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The Jewish Floridian ( July 30, 1954 )

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llie\wiislfcUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining TME JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 23—Number 31 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 30. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS Iritish May Reaffirm 1950 \ig 3 Treaty )NDON (JTA) —The British Ivcrnmeat is considering residing its adherence to the tripardeclaration guaranteeing the rders of Israel and the Arab Ites, in connection with the curnt Anglo-Egyptian negotiations evacuation of the Suez Canal Dc and recent threats by Egypoificials to resume the war linst Israel once the British are %  f Suez. ri.iJ. statement was made in the disc of Commons by Minister of ktf for Foreign Affairs Selwyn byrt, in reply to a number of j-tions on the relationship belt i Israel and the Anglo-EgypUlks. Mr. Lloyd told the lu-c that although no formal ptisl Israel talks had taken place the Suez situation. Israel -had nerally been informed of de%  pments in the Anglo-Egyptian ions, along with other in'ied governments, % lr. Lloyd stressed that the trit:te declaration—by the Unitstates. Britain and France— li be implemented, if the need } %  regardless of the status of Suez area. He added that Bri<>ught to maintain good relawith all the states of the [idle East and said that the BritGovernment was attempting to U< Mate" the situation in that realthough he differentiated keen what he called active and jl.c attempts to achieve peace. impression he gave was that British Government was trying promote the cause of peace, al;h not in a public manner. I debate in Commons had jri;y died when Egyptian ki ier Col Gamal Abdul Nasser, |. -peech marking the second Imrsary of the army revolt Stassen Defends Israel at Foreign Aid Hearing; Taber Calls Leaders 'Bumptious' El Husseini Asked Himmler to Restrict Immigration Bywade's Request Echoes Grand Mufti By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON — When Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade recently urged Israel to allay Arab "fears" of further Jewish immigration into Israel he unwittingly reiterated a line of thought suggested by Grand Mufti Haj Amin El Husseini ten years ago to Heinrich Himmler. Reichsfuhrer SS. Captured Nazi documents in Pentagon files reveal correspondence between Hitler's leading Arab collaborator. El Husseini. and Nazi authorities pertaining to "reassuring" the Arabs that Jewish Immigration into Palestine should be stopped. The documents also show that the Nazis had more success with the indoctrination of Iraq than in any other Arab country. Hitler personally ordered $he at nun y of Iraq for this reason. He signed OKW Older No 447*2 41 dispatching arms and a Nazi military mission Despite Zionist protests, the State Department is now expediting the dispatch of free munitions to j Iraq, the first Arab League recipient of such aid. I An application for similar aid by Israel has been ignored by the State Department since 1952. Palestinian Jewry fought on the Allied side during World War Two. Iraq aided the Nazis. In his speech last May 1 before the anti-Zionist "American Council for Judaism," Byroade indicated sympathetic concern over Arab apprehension lest the Soviet Union release some of its Jewish inhabitants. The Arabs were said to fear that these Jewish refugees might make their way to Israel. El Husseini expressed a similar fear in a letter to Himmler. He asked Himmler to take all possible measures to prevent Jews from leaving Nazi-dominated areas for Palestine. El Husseini said any escape of Jews to Palestine "would be incomprehensible to the Arabs and Moslems, and it would create in them a feeling of keen disappointment." In another letter, El Husseini expressed alarm over the proposed transfer to Palestine of "900 Jewish children to be transported from Hungary." He recommended that "it would be indispensable and infinitely preferable to send them to other countries Continued on Page 3 Position of Jewry Reviewed; Zionist Actions Groi\p Meets in Jerusalem JERUSALEM (JTA)—A picture of world Jewry at the crossroads was presented here this week as the Zionist Actions Committee, highest policy-making body of the World Zionist Movement between world congresses, began a plenary session. In an analysis of the situation of the major concentrations of Jews Jinst Ktng Farouk, threatened an i In various areas of the world, Berl Locker, Jewish Agency co-chairman, asserted that the Jews of the West were faced with an important threat of assimilation, while the Jews in the Eastern bloc countries were viewed with suspicion by the ComaMnist rogime. In the Arab countries, he pointed out, the Jewish inhabitants were in a virtual prison, living as hostages and having but one hope—eventual escape to Israel. As for Israel, the hope of the Jewish nation, he noted that it would require help with immigration and absorption for many years. Speaking on immigration, Mr. Locker said: M We need immigration to Israel not only to save JeWs from the danger of assimilation. but also to save Israel from threatening danger." He warned the Jews in the,Wostern countries that the liberalism of their countries alosion" against Israel. I %  would like to declare that if % o (Israeli) aggressions do not •r and if Israel continues to to comply with repeated decins of the United Nations, the Ration in the Near East may exile,' Colonel Nasser said. [Such an explosion would be far costly to the Arab world than the patrons of Israel who are px risible for keeping her alive." Tie Foreign Office announced week that following a British It.nment protest Spain has fcned the export of arms to Ipt. Reports from Spain recent)old of large arms contracts in 1-r.g orders for machineguns, tars and shells, having been ced in Spain by the Egyptian lerr.ment. [he announcement by the Forlontinoed en Paee 12 may not endure forever without change. Commenting on Israel's position on the international scene. Mr. Locker said it had taken an unfavorable turn. He noted that the recent speech of Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Henry A. Byroade indicated that the United States had partially adopted the British view on dealing with the Arab states. He called on American Jewry to be aware of this change in the American Government's attitude and to be on guard in Israel's behalf. He warned that world Jewry, particularly A m e rican Jewry, would be called upon for financial ajd for a long period, and said that Immigration and absorption of immigrants in Israel was the task of the entire Jewish nation. He stressed, that, while he did not think it was necessary for every Zionist to come to Israel to live, immigration constitutes a basic tenet of Zionism. Contrary to past practice, the Actions Committee this time will start Us general debate on various problems concerning the world Zionist movement only after resolutions are introduced. 'Atheistic Counter-Attack' Urged Red Official Executed; Religion Hit Sharply LONDON (JTA)—M. D. Ryumin, onetime investigating magistrate of the Soviet Ministry of State Security, has been executed for his part in the frame-up of IS Moscow doctors, a number of whom are Jewish, the Moscow Radio, heard here, announced last weekend. Withdrawal May Incite Egypt FRISALEM (JTA)— Apprehen's felt here at the prospect of British withdrawal from the lz (anal zone in Egypt, despite fact that the British Governpt has announced its intention reaffirming the 1950 Britishi "ican-French declaration en guarantees the present P ael frontiers. *as pointed out here that the f.irawal of the British troops the Suez area provides for h t a splendidly equipped milibase there, which, together the present intentions on the "f the United States Govern ft to give military aid to Egypt, radically change the military situation and place Israel in greater danger of Arab aggression. The British departure, it was explained* hare, will bring a greatly strengthened -Egypt up from her own lines on the other side of Sinai and of the Suez Canal, and right against Israels southern border from Elath. on the gulf of Aquaba. to Askalon. which is about one hour's run from Tel Aiv. The present defensible border will then become a border requiring exceptional defense* measure^ on the part of Israel. This, in addition to the American rearmament of Iraq and possibly Syria, has created a situation of gravity and urgency lor Israel. it was stressed here. Israelis claim that the British reaffirmation of the 1950 Tripartite Declaration shows only that Britain understands Israel's apprehensions, but does not by any means reassure Israel or redress regional equilibrium. Although some circles here believe that the reaffirmation of the American-British French declaration, if expressed unequivocally, would be better than nothing, they point out that it could not possibly relieve Israel from the back-breaking compulsion to raise her means of defense to a new high level. The general feeling prevailing Continued on Pete 4 Ryumin was a former aide of the late Lavrenti Beria, executed chief of the Soviet police. He was convicted of having used prohibited methods of investigation to force the doctors to confess to having murdered Andrei Zhdanov and Alexander Scherbakov, high Soviet officials during the Stalin regime, through faulty medicine. Shortly after the death of Premier Stalin, the doctors were released, and Ryumin and several aids were arrested for having faked evidence of the "plot." Pravda, organ of the Communist Party of the USSR, accused Ryumin of having attempted to spread anti-Semitic sentiment in the country through this plot. Meanwhile, reports from Moscow received here during the weekend indicate that the Soviet Government has embarked on a new and intensified campaign against religion, in an effort to discourage people throughout the USSR from attending churches and synagogues. Copies of Pravda, official organ Continued en Pace 12 Russian Move Questioned in Troubled Spot WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rep. John Taber, New York Republican and chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. levelled sharp criticism at Israeli leaders during hearings on Foreign Aid I Legislation, it was learned this j week when the official transcript I was made public. Rep. Taber said: "The heads of | the state were very bumptious and cantankerous so far as the United States goes, when some folks in this committee stopped in Israel." Director Harold E. Stassen of the Foreign Operations Administration | sought to defend Israel from Mr. Taber's attack. The exchange started when Mr. Stassen recommended continued aid to Israel. Rep. Taber interrupted to ask: "Are those people working in that place?" Mr. Stassen replied: "In Israel, yes; they work hard. They have some difficulty adjusting to Tarmwofk^ but in textile industries which they have put in, and things like that, they work hard and are really an industrious people. They have a tremendous spirit. They are just determined that they are going to i make that country succeed." When Mr. Stassen praised Isi rael's spirit and will to succeed. i Rep. Taber said: "You would think i if they have that, they would have a better attitude toward a country' like the United States which is doI ing so much for them." Mr. Stassen answered that, when he visited IsI rael with Secretary of State Dulles, I "the people out on the streets were very friendly." At this point. Rep. Taber attacked the heads of the Israel government, calling them "bumptious" and "cantankerous." Mr. Stassen said he was very sorry to hear that. In another portion of the hearings. Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade testified that the U. S. has failed "to better relations between Israel and the Arab states over the past year." and that he thought the situation "very dangerous" because the Continued en Pee* 2 Htmry A. Brreade sees ta n backfire



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PAGE 2 aWr/fc*-**^ FRIDAY. JULY M Stassen Defends Israel in Foreign Aid Hearing Continued from Page 1 decreasing tension ,n m&^'&S&^ltt'&S&'&Ei ward | area." In his exchange with U i man %  %  "— %  • „ J v ..iri> tne commune • % %  — —.what ,o do shout .he Arab. And as ure and tell hem n. he ^ border areas are more tense.: In his exchange with Mr. Stas-. ""* B, ~ r b ciuntrv an d tell them, ni • There is a possibility of open hos j „„_ Rep Taber a | leg ed that mem an MM t (r|endlv to 0ptiinUm w a s expressed found all lu ,„ aw Art hur Z Gardiner, chief politicotilities always present in that situ(bers 0 f his committee at ion," he said. 'sorts of machinery strewn alongThe State Department. Mr. Bys jde the roads that had never been roade lettered, believes "Russia is ; used, that had been sent over there trying to appear as the friend and champion of the Arab states. We think her motives are quite diflerent and are just the opposite. We believe she will veto anything that will appear constructive toRabbi Herson New Spiritual Leader at Northside Center Rabbi A. Herson. of Waco. Texas, arrived in Miami Tuesday. July 7, i a assume his duties as spiritual Itader of Congregation Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Rabbi Herson resigned his position as public relations director ot the Southwestern Region of the Zionist Organization of America to >cept this new post here at 6500 North Miami ave. For the past eight years, he has %  •ccupied pulpits in Tyler and WaTex.. and was instrumental in the building of new synagogue* in !h cities. Last summer, he visitl I in Israel. Europe and other points east, and upon his return v as urged to accept the public relations post. While in Europe. Rabbi Herson granted a private audience with the Pope in the interestof better relations between Jewish and Christian organizations. A zreat honor was bestowed on the Rabbi when he was elected vice president of the Rabbinical Conference of America. He also served in Waco as auxiliary chaplain of the Veterans Administration Hospital. Connally Air Force Base and for the Lion's Club of which he is an active member. For his inter-faith work and civic .-.etivities, he was recognized by veterans organizations throughout Texas. Accompanying Rabbi Herson are his wife and nine-year-old daughter. Friday evening services will be held at 8:30 p.m. The sermon will be entitled "Planning for Tomorrow Today." A sermonette will be delivered at the Sabbath morning services at 9 a.m. by us. I do not know why we sent it." To this Mr Stassen replied: "I think that machinery along the roads goes some years back, and was damaeed in the war that was Israel, they will invite you to leave the country. The feeling is very intense Rep Carl Andersen. Minnesota Republican, a rankins committee member, supported chairman Taber* allegation* against Israel. He alleged Israel wasted equipment •We most and Norman Paul. fought there" I am not *ure hich furn.*h.d b> the United States road it was. If wo can find out | perm.tud land to b which road it is we will have it inspected and find out. But if it is on the road from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, it is a lot of machinery that | was damaged in the war. and they pulled it off the road and allowed it to rust, as it was not worth repairing." Rep. Taber criticism of Israel was continued in "off-the-recor.1 discuaaioa deleted from the public transcript At the end of thiaar>-t discussion, Mr. Stassen said: "If anyone goes in and start* to lecture them (the Israeli* on how the Arabs should be treated, he will get some very rough treatment in response. There is nothing that causes them to be more incensed Registration Open at Miami Hebrew School Registration for Religious School in the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will take place the week beginning August 2. it has been announced this week by Dave Kleber. chairman of the board of education According to H. M. Drewich. president, the school has been completely renovated. "Classrooms !>een enlarged and redecorated. The latest in lighting fixtures • have been installed, and new j desks and the most modern innovation* in the educational field have been added." Drewich explained. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the congregation, is principal of the School. The teaching staff includes Cantor Berele and Mrs Kelemer. economic adviser of the State Department, on the progress of negotiations by Eric Johnston on r gional water development, think." he said, that on point* at Isaac we found agreement in principal with the Arab states, who are working in a cooperative and constructive endeavor to harness Urns water* In the ,-,*,• ..i the l-ra-li* we also found that Mr. Johnston made great progre-* m his negotiations We are more hopeful than we ever mere." he said, regarding the outcome And I think it might be ble to reach agreements of such nature, within the next few months, that wo can go to work through the United Nations M i Jordan side by the M a ., year." !" Rep. Anderson asked Mr L, iner. If "the attitude of the £ Government has changed i since last October." 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IY. JULY 30. 1954 **•#*#**-*-**#-. PAGE 3 \yroade Echoes Grand Mufti Continued from Page 1 they would find themselves active control, for example, nd, in order thereby to proncself from their menace and the consequent damage." The Aged by removing 400,000 adil Jew* to gas chamber in iig—the NwU of An* of "Zionist expansionism," Isseini asked them to "accord destine and to other Arab ries the right to resolve the Km of the Jewish elements lestine and other Arab counaccordance with the interfile Arabs, and by the same that the question is now settled in the Axis counThe Nazis agreed but subntly failed to "liberate" Palto install this policy of "imJity." It must be pointed out Byroade fought against the Nazis during World War Two and gained distinction as a soldier. As former director of the State Department's Bureau of German Affairs, he is presumed to have first hand knowledge of Nazi-Arab collaboration against the Jewish people and the entire Allied cause. Dr. Fadhil al Jamali. Iraqi Foreign Minister, was recently received at the White House as a guest of honor and complimented because he agreed to accept the gift of U.S. munitions. This was done despite Jaraali's collaboration with the Nazis, his participation in aggression against Israel, and his publicly expressed intention to renew warfare against Israel as soon as possible. The White House is aware of British Intelligence Report S 410/1, inkle to Co-chair rida NCC1 H Weinkle, former head of i Markets and civic leader, has appointed Jewish co-chair:>f the Florida Region of the n.il Conference of Christians lews. He succeeds Louis Heiinklc was awarded the regionCCJ citation in 1953 for his |inding service to the commuvas chairman of the Combinpwish Appeal for 1992 and it of the Greater Miami Federation in 1953 and He has been a member of ederat ion's board since its oration in 1938. inkle is a member of Beth Synagogue, Temple EmanuTemple Israel. He is a of Mount Sinai Hospital kember of B'nai B'rith, as well per fraternal and civic organe is a member of the of the National Council of Federations and Welfare [ora Sisterhood Party erhood of Zamora Jewish hold a "summer kickoff" %  Tuesday evening at the Cencheduled were games and renints, with Mrs. Milton Chait In Sidney Moss in charge. UP UNDER BLANKETS NORTH CAROLINA natural cool mountain pin* J Housekeeping cottagea avail. 1*35 par coupl* waakl/. Special Ifor famihaa. Swimming, BoatShuffleboard, Ping Pong. union. Fishing. EDGEWATER MANOR LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVIlii, N.C *V^V*V< V>rfV


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PAGE 4 fewHtlkitg&L JWDAYJUL Y 30, <-v^-^^v^v^v^v^^^v^*V^v Published tv-y Mto •'•' "5 b **• P "£u? Entered M ..cond-elasi rr.'ter JuJ 4 ;JC *Mto P. Off.ca ol Miami. F!a.. under the c ">''',. L -•. The JawMi Fie-. 3 n r.i .tw'bed f- Je. .U"Jt> and tn Jew,.h Weekly. Vem-er of t-e • .*."_TJS. orapl.e Ag.'cy. Se.en Arti Feature Syna cate. Ws'^1-de Ne. SerCce. Nat ,-nal Ed t-'ai 'H en Am*• lean Aiaocat.on of Enjnah-Je• Neipaper. F Press Association. Telep'-c-es 2-1141 — Zj*<--During The Week .. A I Se • I KbThe Sy LEO MINDLIN S U B $ C • %  T O-f vear ON PATES -.va' July 30 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volun .. LEO MINDLIN News Editor 5714 History Changes Israel's Allies History changes alliances rapidly these days. We ere all prone to think of :r.-.e:r.c-:onal relations with the Soviet Union as an example of this, but current happenings in the Near East ate also an example of evolving attitudes in the face of evolving events. Time was when Great Britain seemed Zionism's arch enemy. S r Winston Churchill, a pivotal figure in English politics for nearly hall a century and protector of the Empire well before he assumed office as Prime Minister at the start of World War II and again after the collapse of the Atlee Socialist regime only recently thumped his chest in Washington. Ml repoaters know that "I am a Zior. Yef, he it was who assumed a major Tole in the formation of Jordan as an independent Arab I 'iil'riiiiiii' Remarks Rep. John Taber's remarks in Congress this week must certainly be regarded cs unfortuncte and another example of the Administras growing anti-Israel pc! The New York Republican is also chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. At a foreign aid hearing, he was most unjudicious in his remarks about the Jewish State. He also called Israeli leadership "bumptuous and cantankerous." This undoubtedly represents a new low in disrespect accorded by one nation to another. We fail to understand the objection that the Republican National Committee is currently voicing against American Jewry. Committee spokesmen insist that our government's policy in the Near East is impartial and that Jews here fail to understand the difficult position in which the U.S. finds itself so far as tie trouble spot is concerned. Even if we were to assume that these protestations are valid, they certainly can not explain away Rep. Taber's remarks in Con cress. Nor can they possibly explain the Republican legislator's insistence that Israelis are wasting American FOA equipment, allowing it to rust on the roads and fields, because they simply don't care to work. This sort of observation smacks of downright, common anti-Semitism and echoes similar remarks made about American Jews before a Senate hearing several weeks ago. when one legislator indicated that he had never seen a Jew on a farm in Iowa. It seems to us that the Administration had better chasten its own cantankerous party members who hold high office in Washington before it can hope that the Republican National Committee's protestations about impartiality will be accepted as true. nation, thus frustration beJ ?S l 3ziK in Palestine. Otr.er exarr.p.es of a. activ •• t notable, of course, was Britain s reluctant release of the Palest.ne mandate ana the haughty manna in which its troops moved out of the' area. With the Terr.r.ue north, the Arabs came up from the south under their direction. No Royal Army '.eader expected that his government s ** %  anything but tempo:•• e::z: *• ild soon be called upon kg tarn imrond in onta n *• I* !" -=~ :: e ** a rout • i virtually planned. Israel ma Brit ish prestiae : -~? rerr.cv:-: :: ita LTOOpa frcm the SUM area B mean the anal wage in : < = significc East and West except perhapi :c: the toehold now m Jordan through Pasha Glubb. Sir Winston's :ece: vuncement in Washington, even if made ca-tiously and with en eye toward Arab favor, nonetheless ecu tinues a precedent established several years ago on his part to woo Israeli fr.ends: While the Jewish State previously viewed these pronouncements skeptically and recognized that this reversal of fortune is based on British military considerations, Israel's leaders todcy are somewhat heartened by London's announced intention last week to reaffirm the 1950 Tripartite Declaration. Egypt's most recent chief of stdte. insurrectionist Nasser, has openly threatened war with Israel when the Suez area is evacuated. Certainly. Britain's reiteration of its willingness to guarantee the Jewish State's borders, according to the articles of the Big Three pact, reflects mainly its reticence to lose control oi the pivotal area and only secondarily its desire to stand behind a declaration that both France and the United States may well repudiate in the face of Arab pressures. But the light of friendship between the two nations -Israel and Great Britain — shines now, even if weakly and even if both are essentially motivated by other fundamentally unrelated considerations. History has. indeed, made strange allies here between two peoples! one of whom engaged in the most intricate sort of diplomatic cajolery less than a decade ago so that the other might never rise to achieve its independence. Swift Gorman .luM"i<<> Few of us hope any longer to change current denazification trends in Germany. We have ceased expressing uncontrollable outrage at the lackadaisical manner in which former war criminals are now being treated. But every once in a while a news report comes across our desks that makes even the most cynical of us bitter. For example, in Cologne. Dr. Emanuel Schaefer. an SS brigadier and Gestapo chief during World War II. was finally charged and convicted on July 26 with having deported the city's 13.000 Jews to their deaths during the Nazi regime. Dr. Schaefer is now serving his sentence — 90 days in jail. A NEW APPROACH IN PUBLIC RELATIONS was in-htutrt, the Republic* Administration proceeded to "clear out the-n, i-u.n back in January, 1953. and to launch forth on t ra m of privately sponsored ine.ss making. Under the i*regime government spokesmen stood behind their .p. lsts "3 to alia) the outraged feelings of major Air „ r can ^ from time to time expressing dissatisfaction with U.S. policy t| The Republicanapparently followed this vote-gen,: but ,1 !ded innovation* of their own. One of the-, ls ^ to publications throughout the counts by tail I Manufacturers and endorsed in spirit if nj (act iministration Psychologically, the newsletter h* effec1 ting a resurgence of freedom prevalent m thei_ industrial world Thus, the Republican Party may p^JI fulfillment'' of its traditional platform on laissezfaiu „ M| makes completely impossible and whuh Mr. hardly afford to follow. This obscurer further the general hoax that a Repuulicai tkj in 1952 .nean virtual abandonment of the new era in „_, nd participation forged by the late Franklin Roosevelt, nued through two terms of Harry S Truman tcnur. in office' Another innovation of the Republican Administr.itmn faj-'jj the appointment of a full time consultant to the Presiuipt ynJoj Bernard Katzen. of the Republican Nation,,rc$i at Washington. DC Mr Katzen is in a frightfully dif: colt and no public relation expert can envy him. for it h !•:• task! fically to advi>c Jewish opinion in the United States th.ii \(tn lion foreign policy, especially in the Middle East, is not in fact' • • • • THE CONSULTANT'S WORK WAS EASY at th. .;mninr editors throughout the nation of the !':• -idetrtiali IN nl i I Judge Simon Soboloff as Solicitor General, i Jack Hal Ml E M nhower, of Murray Snyder as Whiti House i and of Maxwell Raab as advisor to and sscretan of the 1 he let u< all know about the President's n mrmostl hip and respect for the Jews—quite athis wttA liar characttri-tic for a man in high office to enti riain aBi'jf rhick -pecial commendation. But the relations between Israel and the Arab nation -ubseqaa turned sharply around, and Mr. Katzen found it increasir._;> diffjnkj 1 opinion incensed by the "new look" in Steta, ment foreign policy It ultimately became his function to insist < this reversal of fortune in the Near East is s spontaneous milteri ing out of the currently irreconcilable differences between Israeli \rab bloc and that I' S. dapsomacy could not be connected wl new tensionthere. Aan antidote to continued criticism levelled against the. i-tration. Mr Katzen increased his emphasis on Mr. Else n bowers I erous appointments, underscoring the fact that the appointees I Jewish and compounding the felony by failing to discuss tee. and accomplishment as a result of which, alone, they should sumably won their advancement. Finding BO su ccess in this the Republican consultant took particular notice oi the poor i Administration has been receiving in English-Jewish newspapers The re>ult of this survey was the latest method in public i a letter signed by Mr. Katzen on Republican National Committal 1 tionery to Dr George Wise, president of the Jewish Tek Agency Dated July 16. the )etter observes that for a considerablelaj Trry friends and 1 have been troubled by the obviously partuaa i of the reports diMe*iruita*.,tb r J' 0 ur agency." Mr. Katzen "penljtj JTA dispatches "distored by half truth and editorialized with for interpretations and comments." • • • • NOT SATISFIED WITH THIS, the consultant had previously I h-hed. on July 11, an open letter to "The Day-Jewish Journal" of) York City, which was addressed to Dr. S. Margosbes. Declining' a bill of particulars illustrative of this point" (the alleged disto in hi> correspondence with Dr. Wise, Mr. Katsen launcheda| orous defense of I" S. policy toward Israel in the News and VatW( umn of the Yiddish paper. It is bevond my purpose here to analyze this defense in amount of polite talking can lead us to forget the Secretary of! unfortunate remarks upon his return from a feVt-finding touri' the Near East in 1953. American-sponsored Big Three censunj Israel in the Kibya affair, failure of the State Department to inau Arab censure in the Scorpion Pass and Nahalin massacres, our I disregard except for tacitly-expressed disapproval of the i blockadc against shipping to Israel routed through the Suez Canall IS Government Printing Office publication and distribution af J ill-conceived speeches by Assistant Secretary of State Henry AJ roade and a host of other matters and events all shaping the tration s "new look" in the Near East. Mr Katzen generally attempts to explain away these on the basis of Jewish need to identify more closely with our %  ; ment s effort to contain international Communism, as well as wl need to consider this nations safety primarily. Insidiously, the allegiance %  charge levelled against Zionists is thus sounded, *] implication that Jews care about neither, and his veiled threat I Jewatl national orvaniMlUn. i. w_ i_. >_ •..„ h/snmc forced national organizations in the letter to Dr. Wise becomeil OMiY WAY TO SlUNCt A GUN u„K Clp !!. y however Mr Katzen merely succeeds in let* th! £-,*"* ^ ,h durin 8 '* Democratic Administrations. mint Cra,,C k adt '5 pa,d compliments to Zionists, the State f ment wa, quietly urging the Arabs not to pay too much atten the official pronouaoaments in favor of Zioausm." • • • in th?* KA 1 T N co T NUtS TO OBSERVE that all this •* icVn i>,h maniur "' S cret ,s no taught with "behind theba*'< udes tnw^Th ,n 0 trU,h one muM dmit to J w h "WP hl !*J all, m,J *f^ R o^velt regime which were identified, as filed to L" P '. ,, "' n ^ hberal !*><* nich MmuW S n 11' TJS 9f Roosevelf. duplicity ,n the Arab dar? r T^ y Pointing to PDR'i acceptanrtg v\".enth for^ 0n, u ,b *i. Saud as -y mbo1 o* ^ir friendship. Mf a nttl? ade ^P** General Naguib seriously play the I he S w C :Z al l l T i0nS C4 "HIM 51T3. to believt; In eHe^ v? ot d,tJ,w, e My future belligerence on th.-.rg^ sUmed the?;? K J iKt> "* ,h %  • ,he !" in -"*' %  "" ^ Po^ouM > h ,he n< 5ew!hl? ae ^^ ***** "^ ** 1,1 cratir ax-. Jewish State was the result el s subsequent J Admimstrsatton f,„.i, y laclnf £*£ ^aA, m|MaH| CtMtinvad set Pas 19



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)AY. JULY 30. 1954 +Jenisti fkridian PAGE 5 LOBAL SHORTS inhower Confers With ji Minister in Dispute IASHINGTON (JTA) — PresiEisenhower last week conferlat the White House with Iraqi >ii;n Minister Fadhil AI Jamali the Arablsrael situation and matters. Mr. Jamali would tell the press that his discusinvolved "general world proband problems affecting our The President also received Irately Lybian Prime Minister Halim with whom he discussiarious matters in the presence rice President Richard M. NixAssistant Secretary of State ry A. Byroade and other offi>r Group Preaching Bias No Legal Certification )RONTO (JTA) — The Ontario i r Relations Board has refused ji nation to the Christian Labor bciation of Canada because its ^titutional requirements that abers adhere to Christian doc18 "serve to impose restrictions [ eligibility for membership." ((institution of the association that its aim is "the practical |ication of Christian principles llective bargaining." Another its objectives was to "make p,i-,:ii(Ui for Christian economic industrial principles and their per application." : ish Anti-Semite to Trial in Stockholm rOCKHOLM (JTA) — Einar rg, notorious publisher of vio|ly anti-Semitic literature, -is to trial again on charges of vio\R Swedish laws regulating the jcation of books for instiga: of racial hatred. He has been [ncted of similar charges previThis time, police allege that, line of 1852. and several limes f, he produced and distributed : pamphlets, all in foreign land's, most of them in Spanish, taining violent defamations of ch Woman in Cowl for lapping Jewish Orphan HK HAGUE (JTA) — A Dutch has begun the trial of Mrs. I I.andeyk-Van Moorst. 52, on fees of having three times kidbed Rebecca Mehado, 14-year[.'cwjvh war orphan who was vith the Catholic woman when |parents were murdered by the Rather than surrender the to the Jewish community, I.andedykVan Moorst moved [from one convent to another p-event the Dutch police from ing up with her. The prosedemands a one-year sentence. : i lany's Upper House troves Genocide Pact INN I.ITAi — The Bundesrat, Jet Mouse of the West German pamebt, gave unanimous cona bill pledging Germany's ference to the United Nations lontion Against Genocide. This Meted Parliamentary action on Oneasure and left only one step formal signature by President Odor Heuss — before the meabecomes law. The bill, which tws in Germany the crime ph Germany originated in the |em world, was first introducParliament last December. |"sh Body in Germany proves Property Pact [JSSKLDORF (JTA) — The \*A Council of Jews in Ger|y. at its plenary meeting here, toved m principle the underling arrived at in Frankfurt April to distribute heirless puunal and endowment proper Nually between the re-estab|d Jewish communities in Gerv on lh one hand and. on the r. the 'successor organization" JaeaUag major Jewish bodies ughout the world. The funds "">g to these organizations are F*d by them mainly to Jewish 1 bodies and to the Jewish pcy for resettlement purposes. Mendes-France Seeks' Views Of Jews on Calendar Reform PARIS U7A) — French Foreign Minister Pierre Mendes-France has requested Acting Chief Rabbi .!., cob Kaplan of France to present the views of French Jewry on a world calendar reform proposal, it was learned here. Rabbi Kaplan, In reply, stressed the serious repercussions on Jewish religious observance of a proposal now before the United Nations for calendar reform in a manner which would unfix the position of the Sabbath. UN Body Votes to Admit Rumania; U.S. Opposes Move GENEVA (JTA) — The UnRed Nations Economic and Social Council has voted to admit Rumania into membership in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, but the margin by which the vote passed indicated that the application might be rejected in the UNESCO General Council, where membership applications must be accepted by two-thirds majority. The vote on admission was ten for, seven against and one nation abstaining. Voting against were the United States, Britain, France, Turkey, China, Cuba and Ecuador. Venezuela abstained. Israel Will Soon Have to Decide on German Attitudes TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel will soon have to make a decision on whether in establish diplomatic relations with Germany, Dr. Nahum I Goldmann, chairman of the Jewi-h Agency, declared here. Dr. Goldmann stressed that the ques, tion of Israel German relations will become much more important next year, when Germany is expected to regain its sovereignty. Eisenhower Signs Bill Awarding Medal to Berlin WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower this weekend signed the Congressional bill awarding a gold medal to song writer Irving Berlin in recognition of his services in composing many popular songs, including "God Bless America." The President invited Mr. Berlin and his wife to visit the White House to witness the ceremony of signing the bill. Emanu-El Young Adults Plan Sunday Dance Young Adult Group of Temple Emanu-El will hold its annual "Cotton Capers Dance" at the Shore Club Hotel on Sunday, August 1, at 9 p.m., according to Irving Scherr, president The evening will feature entertainment and dancing to the music of Lowel Pontee and his orchestra. Arrangements are being made by Bob Stone, Dave Goldfine, Stan Sonimers, Wilma Fine, Kathy Rothmen, Debbie Graboyes. Zoe Star and Phyllis Goldstein. See or Phone Ma NAT GANS 3-4S1S 4-9M1 LIFI INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Llfo In* Co •07 Biacayna BldB It W. Flaglor St U.S. Regiment Stages Show For Israel's Military Chief WASHINGTON (JTA) — Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan. Chief of Staff of Israel's defense forces, was taken by the U.S. Army to Fort Meade and Second Army Headquarters. The General witnessed the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment stage a tactical demonstration. He was accompanied by Col. Chaim Herzog. chief military attache of the Israel Embassy, Col. Yitzchak Rabin, director of training of the Israel defense forces, and Lt. Col. M Peled. assistant director of training. Construction of $10,000,000 Medical Center Started JERUSALEM (JTA) — Actual construction work on the new $10,000,000 Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center began last week as bulldozers started clearing a site for the erection of a nurses school, the first building to go up. The construction work was held up for the past seven months by a dispute between medical center officials and farmers from the nearby village of Katra who used part of the site for the growing of Senate Body Urges U.S. Prevent Resumption of War WASHINGTON (JTA) — Resumption of the Arab-Israel war "would be so inimical to American interests that the prevention of it must be one of the major points of United States policy," it was urged here in a report on pending Mutual Security legislation issued by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. 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PAGE 6 ^Istnuk^fK == Softball Representative British Withdrawal Seen Dangerous *--*££* Continued from Po 1 here is that the factors now en nere is inai lire I*II> =eject OI uruiui ~ -.•,-—i-„|\ nre-ent defense ;,nn couraging the United States to fronU er up agwnst the frorUers of .eakens Israel P >|ncf ,, woo the Arab states by adjusting Jordi n And few in Israel think positions .fiance in the „ in their favor the military balance jjut the signatories of the Tnpar -etween them and Israel, would. tn > > Declaration would—if Egypt -eigh just as much in the event of gamed her objective—nsk antag -.'iirea&ive move? by Egypt against Israel, especially if these moves were piece-meal. It ifeared, for instance, that Beach Branch Slates Carnival E ^ may be tempte ^T^Tnu^K K SUS Sg th? kraeu port of Bath with the £** "LTEJ pt bhricnllj Brunch on Wednesday III the fifth ooject of bringing the Egyptian wrtl ^ { §dm ^^ Sundav m „m,ng men., softintramurallunges the military balance in tne Jfm represen tatives met to area and make it eas*r Inrfcw P< ^ |ans lor ue end of *Sf ? rte^,,nen, .end n,und play and final play^rSJfS* %  ofb. H b announced by Ted Kapble from its correspondent in Jem Un nealth and physical education ^iem. similarlv emphasised that. wmmMef chairm an. Committee members include Sel oninng the Arab* b> compelling Egyptian withdrawal from the strategic Israeli port on the Gulf Foreign observers here consider as justified Israel's argument that, when the Jewish State was at war with Egypt in 1948. her forces advanced deep into the Sinai penin sula but then withdraw to the Sunday. August 1. will be one north because it was felt that the EgVpVand Britain result m^he ^, ^ ^ ^ „* of the highlights of the Beach Branch Day Camp program for the summer At that time, all groups. as well as parents and friends will participate in an annual carnival. The entire community of Miami Beach has been invited to attend this program, according to Mrs. Harry Morris and Mrs. Albert Gray- i vid Men's Club. Subbot Gets Chamber r.ing for the show are the parents" Courtesy Award Here telephone committee, including Mrs. Clarence Bussey and Mrs. Louis Kessler. chairmen, and the Mesdames Al Portman. Clemen Ehrlich. Seymour Schesnider. JoH ph Feldman and Joseph Ger-ten Camp counsellorworking on the project include Miss Rhoda n. camp program director. Selm;. Saitman. Fred Malakoff. Jame Solomon. Stella Katz. Theodore Wolff. Harriet Mandell. Mt-1 vyn Katzen. Rodney Leslie. James Honigbaum. Stephen Traiman. %  Jem-. Aviva Kaminetzky. Roberta Freeman. Jean Deutch. Barbara Baum. Ins Sprafkin and ile Fine. Groups in camp work on arts and crafts projects, including cork ten -hell jewelry, waste paper baskets, copper crafts and difitrent kinds of puppets. Camp theme for the past week was a birthday party. The camp mi divided according to birthdays, and each month of the year workEddie Subbot. service manager at McGahey s Motors, has been selected this week's winner of the Courtesy Award, conducted year round by the courtesy committee of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Leo Eisenstein. chairman of the courtesy committee, announced thiweek that Subbot was selected on the basi> of a letter received from a New York visitor whose treatment by Subbot wu "so exceptionally fine, hicoarteoai cooperative treatment to c jt-tanding that 1 wish to cali it t attention." Subbot ines at 3150 Freeman Street. Miami. Florida. This week's bond was made available by the Miami Beach Railway Company. Others cooperating in this program by furnishing bonds are Florida Power and Light Company. Chase Federal Savings and Loan. Miami Beach Federal ed on table decorations and skits Savings and Loan and Mercantile : lor t he month. N ational Bank Mrs. Weintraub Named isugurate a supplemental drive Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub Mi-1 f r funds Augus ,6 ,hrou h 31 ami Beach resident %  thiweek Announct m( r "' MrWeintraubs r.amed chairman of the Women's' a PP'ntment wamade here hy on. March of Dimes cam Robert Pentland. Jr. campaign dipaign. which i-cheduled to in I rector Dr. Donald A. Schultz (right), of the Cerebral Palsy Association, receives a wheelchair lor the association bom Senior Vice Commander Ernest Hams, oi the Coral Gables Post No. 243. Jewish War Veterans. Money for the chair was raised through a "Dance for a Wheelchair'' atfaii sponsored by the post. Presentation took place at a recent open meeting of the organization. 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Gordon holds the seconds, two such licenses i-uedtoTJ ber of the Jewish faith in ih.i of Florida. ^' A member of the pj to Gordon family here, he u ated with his brother, Harnl the Gordon Funeral Hoi* %  ed by their father, the lat ( i uel Gordon in 1938, estibj, Miami's first Jewish funeral l The funeral director ni*i ami with his family from i Ga. in 1829. He ittended Senior High School and from the University of { 1838. receiving the BSBA"„ While a student at tke U sfp] played basketball for (our and was subsequently anot, with professional baskeuj| one year. Gordon practiced Miami until 1842. when he i_ the Army and served with tie 1 Infantry Division in Euro*. | Also an honor graduate of fad College of Mortuary Scieaal Temple University in PhiM Pa., he is a member of Tu I Phi fraternity and the Itmek] Veterans of the United States,, The Gordon family is ictntj Miami's philanthropic, and civic affairs *0 S* V£ Wl*. 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IY. JULY 301954 -Jewish fk>rktiani PAGE? 'he Life of Theodor Herzl: His Personal Triumph and Tragedy By JOSEPH NEDAVA AJP llTOlt'S NOTK: .Ifwish onranLH throURhnUt the wmlil > some nf the [Intimate phase* nf Herd's life, luthor recently shared top honors %  nint first and second prise wlnlf thi1953 Robert S. Marrus Vial Kwxay t'ontest sponsored by ir.,rld Jewish CnnirresB.) Heril end Julie Neichsuer feodor Herzl and his wife, Julie hauer. never got along very together. It is, of course, imjle to shoulder either one of with the responsibility for They were simply temperaally unsuited to 6ne another I the very beginning. She was ( %  'hearted, if not frivolous. She pd to enjoy life and was sceptabout Herzl's great mission— y sensible person could see [it was an unattainable dream, was all for the "now" of life, Stely refusing to associate herrith anything that depended tie future, however bright its lise. She fell in love with precisely because of his en"now." This handsome young Fwith the black Assyrian beard fiery, dreamy eyes, was adored nany a young girl in Vienna. las a rising star of the Austrian Ire and newspaper world, and the doors of nearly all the aristocratic societies were open to him. Life could be wonderfully exciting with a man like this. Herzl, on the other hand, was an idealist by nature. Even during those years when he was working for success on the Viennese literary scene, he felt an inner restlessness which would ultimately result in his vision of the Jewish State. He was increasingly inclined to sacrifice the ephemeral benefits of success for a soul-satisfying cause. Herzl married Julie in 1889. and it seems that the first years of their marriage ran smoothly [.enough, if not entirely harmoniously. The three children who were born to them in quick suc| cession helped to bridge the gap between the couple. Herzl was a very sentimental father, and some of his finest ieuilletons centered around the children's room. But when Zionism entered his life, his relationship with his wtfe deteriorated, and there was almost an open rift between them. It was often said that Julie was bitterly antagonistic to Zionism and hated everything that it stood for. This may perhaps be a bit unfair to her. Actually, she was opposed to Zionism in the'same way that she was opposed to any idea that was "not feasible." Moreover, after Herzl published The Jewish State" in 1895, he plunged into political activities, leaving very little time for Julie. He was often away on lengthy les to Appear [Schumann Work; lomon's Last Bow instn Garcia Medeles will be soloist with the University kiami Summer Symphony Or[m on Sfcriday evening, August [p.m.. during the seventh pop frt of the season at Miami Auditorium., ?r makes his third and final irance as guest conductor of trammer symphony, atured work will be the Conin A minor, op. 54, by Robert |mann. with Mr. Medeles at the IO to be performed are Overlo "La Princess Jaune," by %  s Camilla Saint-Saens; Symy No. 85, "The Queen of ?," by Joseph Hydn; inciII music to "A Midsummer Is Dream," by Felix Mendelsand March Slav, op. 31, by. Tschaikowsky. Medeles, a Mexican pianist, born in Jalisco, where he belli is study of music. For fur|study he went to the Normale i>l ot Music in Paris. On his \n (b Mexico, he was invited s* s r.it the National Conlater gave up the post in orlo concentrate on educational )rts;iJi collaboration with the Department of "Belles Since 1944, Mr. Medeles poured the American contigiving concerts of interna|l music in the big theatres of TnlterT States and in the well |n musical centers of Latin T'ca. 1 is known as one of the great bretors of French music, eslly Debussy. Mr. Medeles has d under the sponsorship of i "iM.rs of Educators in the mil South Americas and is Hered in Mexico the most sig|nt • artistic ambassador" Id. [licist to Appear s Mori Fremon, local publicill address Friends of the Lively Arts. 2100 WashingIve., on Friday, August 6. at 1p.m. She will discuss "Pub 1 is an Adventure." Mr. Chaim I Program assistant of the Mipeach Recreation Department, chairman of the meeting. Chaplain Ralph H. Blumenthal. of Philadelphia, has been assigned as instructor to the stall and faculty oi The Chaplain School, Ft. Slocum, N.Y. A veteran of World War II, where he saw service in the China-India-Burma Theater, he will take over hi* teaching duties at the school after completing a four-month orientation course at the Army Command and Staff School in Leavenworth. Kan. Prize-Winning Essays Sought Prize-whining essays on Americanism and citizenship are being sought for use in tfie county-wide Citizenship Jfa\\ ceremonies September 17 iir ttayfeont Park Audi torium. %  „ Citizenship Day is sponsored by the Harvey'W. Seeds Post of the American Legion, in cooperation with the Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization, Service and all civic, fraternal and patriotic groups. General chairman is E. Albert Paliot. Honorary chairman is Federal Judge John W Holland. The essays, with the winners' names, ages and schools should be sen* to th> committee's co-rhairmen. Gilbert J. Balkin or Helen Alpert. BaHrht. director of the B'nai B r i t h Anti-Defamation League, has his office in the Sey bold Building^_ Teenage Club Party Teenage Club of the North Dadc Jewish Center will sponsor a movie party at the center on Saturday, July 31st, 8 p.m. visits to various European capitals. Thise Zionists,'" she used to say, "robbed me of my husband." She was also jealous of the women he used to meet at various conferences and during his calls at the Courts ttf" the mighty. She did not care to attend the Zionist Congresses, and by absenting herself from Zionist society, she ultimately imposed upon herself the burden of loneliness. Then she was highstrung and sensitive, and her earlier gaiety was replaced by a growing morbidity. Julie also cou'J not get along with her mother-in-law. The feeling of dislike was mutual. Here again was a vast difference in temperament. Herzl s mother was majestic, strong-willed and domineering. Julie was over-tender, had been pampered to a point of weakness, and later tended to be hysterical. They clashed on many occasions, and Herzl was often torn between two loyalties. However, he nearly always sided with his mother, whom he adored. He would undertake nothing of importance before consulting her, and on returning from his meetings with the great personages of the day he always rushed first to his parents. Julie came next — and this was. of course, bound to shatter her feelings of security. She found that somebody else "owned" her husband. Then there was the question of finances, although it is doubtful how much Julie knew about their monetary situation before Herzl's death. He received a salary, as is well known, from the "Neue Freie Presse." Yet this could hardly have sufficed even for the bare minimum of his expenses in connection with the Zionist movement. The fact is that, in pursuing his Zionist work. Herzl spent his wife's dowry (the Naschauers were quite wealthy); indeed, this later proved most detrimental to the welfare of hi3 children. He maintained the Zionist organ. "Die Welt," the managing editor of* which was Julie's brother, Paul. The latter must have known the real state of Herzl's financitf affairs. He died at an early fta


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Beatrice Doych Becomes Mrs. Schemer In July 4 Wedding at Rabbi's Home The home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. 711 Lenox ave., Miami Beach, was the scene of (he July 4 afternoon wedding of Miss Beatrice Doych and Gerald Eugene Schemer. The bride is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Herman Doych, 980 SW 7th st., Miami, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schemer, Jacksonville. White embroidered organdy fashioned the ankle-length, bouffant skirted gown of the bride, which featured a fitted pointed bodice and matching long-sleeved bolero with a stand-up collar. Her fingertip veil was edged in pearls and fell from a Juliet cap decorated with seed pearls. Her bouquet was a prayer book shower of stephanotis centered with a white orchid. Maid of honor was the bride's sister. Miss Vickie Doych. who wore a ballerina-length pink dress and carried a colonial bouquet of pastel flowers. Bernard Silverman, of Jacksonville, was best man. The bride's book was kept by Miss Frankie Schemer, sister of the groom. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony and a dinner for the families of the bride and groom was held at the Sterling | Hotel. Mr. Schemer is a graduate of the University of Florida, where he majored in accounting. His social fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi. The bride also attended the University of Florida and was employed by the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. After their honeymoon, the couple will reside in Atlanta. Ga.. where the groom is stationed with the armed forces Mrs. StrmU t. Schtmtr Loretta Israel Becomes Fiancee Loretta Israel and Lawrence Goldberg are making wedding plans for early in September. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Israel. 5011 SW 6th st., are announcing their daughter's engagement. Formerly of Chicago. Ill. Misi Israel graduated from Miami Senior High School. Mr. Goldberg, son of the Israel Goldbergs. 3105 SW L'4th st.. attended Ohio schoolBIRTHS New arrivals In the Greater Miami area include: Mark Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Finkelslein, 316 SW 51-< ave. Sharlene, daugher of Mr. and MrAbraham Kdl.n. 77o NW Hhi WCteJ fraternity. Ifiss Pinkie also attended Washington University, where her ' SGoldstrom.l 1524 Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach leave August 2nd for a one-month i vacation at Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville, N.C. Miss tvfh Koienblulh Rosenbluth, Mesh Plan Fall Wedding Miss Ruth Rosenbluth and Stanley D. Mesh are engaged. The couple's betro(hal is being announced here by (he bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenbluth. New York City Mr. Mesh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mesh. 2902 SW 22nd tcr, Miami. Miss Rosenbluth attended Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mr. Mesh is a graduate of the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. He is now in service in the Army, with the Finance Oltice at Staten Island. NY. A fall wedding is being planned by the betrothed couple Academy Women Launch Greeting Card Project Hebrew Academy Women began ilnweek their annual New Year greeting card project for the third • cutive j car. According to Mrs Sidney Rubinowitz, president, "beautiful and ..rtistic cards have been especially designed for the Academy Women and are now being distributed to local residents and friends of the Acadcmv ." Mrs Isidore Spolter. chairman of the New Year cards committee, slated that a crew of more than 10 women are working on'the* pro jecl and that by the early part'of next week the cards will reach most homes here. "The Hebrew Academy Women have received many congratulatory notes in the past lauding them for initiating this project." said Mrs. Spoiler. The appreciation expressed by the community indicates the important service the Academy Women are rendering to the community in addition to the social and culturat value of this project." Olhers inlillaf jsasW^ project are the Mcsdame.i Benjamin Kornreich. Aaron S Lauer. Rose Lobel. Abraham Mason. Joaepb Rackovsky. David Seid. Ted Selevan. Joseph Shapiro. Abraham Steinberg and Joseph Zemel. Airs, mtlmri t. Uhlttiq* Schlesingers Take Midwest Honevi a/ Mr. and Mrs. David Lee*] New Kensington. Pa. .mm the marriage of their dam dinner was held in the Sen son of Mrs. Rose Schlcsinjerl ami Beach, on Monday. July; Attending the couple wen] Georgene Bobbins and Goldner, both of Miami. A *g dinner was held in the Scq zade Room of the Hotel The bride is a graduate i Kensington public schools aid I Traphagen School of Art. N riarftj hoi 7 mo "'> <>" the Riv.era a the coupie w,„ llve In Am Mayor Abe Aronovitx (right) presents keys to the dry of 1 to Izler Solomon, guest conductor of the University ft? 1 Summer Symphony Orchestra, and Mrs. Solomon, rttf Bmder. member of the board of the Symphony Club. % 



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% phomore [Scholarship bar-old Miami girl, Barin cr, of 2120 SW 20th st., [named one of three win%  $175 annual international frith GJnl scholarships, lith Youth Organization jlers in Washington, D.C., linced. lardncr, daughter of Mrs. Gardner, la an underPat the University of Mia major in physical eduhi' will enter her sophoIr this fall, president of BZB B'nai ph chapter. Miss Gardner 1-54 president of District a, B'rith Girls, a geographiion which comprises the Ihern states along the Atkast.and Maryland and Ion, D.C. Fa member of Phi Delta Pi national p r ofessional Mother, Baby Core Classes Offered by Local Red Cress Free instruction in mother and baby care will be offered again by the Red Cross in a class beginning at 7 p.m., Tuesday, August 3. at the chapter building, 5020 Biscayne blvd. Persons may complete the free course by attending six sessions from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Instructor will be Mrs Martha Owen Wolfe, registered nurse and director of Red Cross nursing services. Fathers and prospective fathers frequently attend the mother and baby care classes and are welcome, Red Cross officials said. /^ Second Session Opens At Flagler Camp Twenty-five new facgs were added to the day camp scene at the Flagler Granada Day Camp during the opening of the second fourweek period on Monday. On the closing day of the first period, the senior boys presented a woodburning project spelling out "Camp Kadimah" and recording the contribution of this group in 1954. The blocks of wood will be hanged in the brcezeway of the building. On August 2. parents, campers and counselors will each contribute to a talent show scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Dansky and Al Ziegler are in charge of parent participation. Mrs. Alhtrt rick Florence, Albert Pick Schedule Buffet Honoring University Symphony Artists Florence and Albert Pick will have their annual buffet supper on the lawn of their Pinetree dr. home following the pops concert of the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday evening, August 1. The buffet will honor past present and future artists of the Symphony who are in town. Among those present will be Dean and Mrs. John Bitter. Mr. and Mrs. Uler Solomon, Dr. and Mrs. Modeste Alloo, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dubois, pianist Fausto Garcia Medeles, who will be guest artist at the Sunday concert when Mr. Solomon makes his-final appearance in a series of three here, Joan Field, who will be soloist August 8 in ;i reading of the Lalo "Symphonic Espagnol," with Dr. Alloo conducting, and Betty Cole, one of the soloists scheduled for August 15, when Dean Bitter returns to the podium. Other guests will include Dr. and Mrs. Jay F. W. Pearson. Marie Volpe, Mrs. Claude Renshaw, the J. R. O'Neills, the Alexander Kogan-. Dr. and Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell, the Joseph Duntovs, the John B. Reids. Mr. Allen Reskin and others. liss Barbara Gmrimtr education sorority for and will be eligible for In into Alpha Lambda Delta. \\\ honorary society, in Sepii! -hip winners are selected lln.-iof scholastic accompliplus unusual leadership ments in B'nai B'rith. the lity and high school or colli nth Girls, which makes pecified number of these Mini grants available to its each year, is one of the constituent agencies of B'nai i'outh Organization, junior pi B'nai B'rith. fo Feature Exhibits on |isfory, Institution* red by the Fourth of July, kmi Public Library wiM pro [month-long program to'earl jm to the story of the' found iirvHopmcnf of -the United 1 inFrank B.' Sdasa, dire* riounced here. [lain library and its branchcall attcaMdtf through disthe many books that will fcaders better to understand N>reciate the country in %  v live. Dr. Sessa pointed the United States "is many *nd many peoples whose Minds unt euTcure may dif' who have always been held k because they shared a i attl! in one part of the States -can better underappreciate people living fr parts if they will read >ing of their history and the i-h area and people played [-settlement and development I nation," Or. Sessa said. ['so urged that parents take % portunlty to introduce the pwoks that have been writ"ut the United States to khildrcn "so they may learn perstand and cherish their precious heritage—freedom." Camp Groups Prepare For Annual Festival All seven groups of Camp MaKa-Bee are busy planning for the annual camp carnival which will to be held at Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 SW 16th ave.. on Sunday, August 1, from 4 to 8 p.m., it was recently announced by Mrs. Alvin Horowitz, chairman of the Town Branch day camp committee. All campers of each group are; M;_i. F r A „<' n,, busy readying their respective carNlaht Fun Fest Dxxe Vision Forum Slated Here in September The 1954 Chilrlmn's Vision Forum will be held in Miami September 17, Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami Beach, president of the Southeast Florida Optometric Association, announced this week. Featured in thesecond annual forum will be child psychologists, vision specialists and educators as panelists. The forum is jointly sponsored by the University of Miami reading clinic and the SFOA. Arrangements committee chairman for the conference will be Miami Shores optometrist Dr. Stanley Fromm. With Dr. Fromm on the committee will serve Drs. F. P. Archer, Jr., Homestead; Chester Rotter and Robert Tanner, of South Miami; William Watkins, of Hollywood; and Clarence Edewaard. Fort Lauderdale. School teachers and principals in Dade and Broward Counties will receive written invitations to the forum, which is open to the public. Golden Agers Hold Summer Social SundayGolden Age Membership Club of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, held a summer social on Sunday. July 258 p.m., at 430 SW 16th ave. As a regular weekly feature, the club holds a get-together on Thursday evenings and enjoys a program of singing, dancing, movies, discussions and refreshments. These programs will continue on through the summer. 'Movie Week' Held Here Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, 50 NW 51st pi., Miami, is sponsoring a "Movie Week" through July 31st at the Miracle Theatre. Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. Eli Cohen is chairman of the event. Movie version of "The Caine Mutiny" is being shown. Golf Details Studied Further details for the fir-t of the Chamber of Commerce quarterly golf tournaments were completed at a meeting of the Chamber's sports committee Thtmdaj afternoon at the Algiers Hotei. "We are finding real interest among local golfers in the Chamber's plan to hold these four quarterly tournaments a year." said Bernard Mayer, chairman of committee. Stage Door Canteen On Friday evening. July 30, 8 p.m., a monthly stage door canteen will be held at Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th st. and Ocean dr.. Miami Beach. There will be hundreds of hostesses, a 10-piece orchestra, night club entertainment and refreshments, according to Maurice Klein, director of the Servicemen's Recreation Center. nival booths which will include ball-throw, ring toss, shave the balloon and many other games. Besides the game booths and prizes, the day camp committee, which includes the Mesdames Morris Silver, Israel Silver, Henryrik Berns, Herbert Zame and Homer Rievman, are planning to serve refreshments. Proceeds from this carnival will be used to help needy and deserving children to enjoy a creative camp experience. Wise Hadossoh Slates Party Wednesday Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold a theater party at the Biltmore Playhouse on Wednesday evening, August 4, 8:30 p.m. According to Mrs. B. A. Gladwin, president, Mrs. Murray Weid is chairman of the affair, with Mrs. S. Jacobson and Mrs. B. AI pern, cochairmen. Vicki Cummings stars In the Sam Hirsch production, "Affairs of State." far AH Occatiaat 3D COtOt or SUCK A WHITt PHOTOGRAPHY H BARGTEIL North Dade Center Women Plan Affairs Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish Center has an unusual evening planned for Saturday, August 7. They will hold a combination splash party-square dance-wienie roast at the Biltmore Terrace Hotel. A professional caller will be on hand to lead the dancing. Chairmen of the affair is Mrs. P. Schuuman, assisted by Mesdames Koenig, Weissman, Fried land, Masaryk and Book. There will be a regular meeting of the Sisterhood on Monday, August 9, 8 p.m., at the Center. Proceeds for Welfare Proceeds from a card party to be held on Tuesday, August 3, at the Knights of Pythias Lodge. 2483 SW 8th st., are for welfare, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Ben Johnson, chairman of summer projects. Co-chairmen of the affair, sponsored by the Good will Group, are Bessie Gershon and Doris Silver. "Night Fun Fest" is scheduled for Saturday, July 31, 8 p.m., at the Cromwell Hotel by Coral Gables Women, B'nai B'rith. There will be water sports contests and a fashion show feating old and new styles in bathing suits. Mrs. Samuel Meyers, chairman, announces that reservations are being taken by Mrs. William Hechler, Mrs. Sol Rappaport and Mrs. H. Seidler. New Hub Opens in Coral Gables The new Hub will be the most modern and best of its kind in South Florida, according to an announcement this week by Armond Rubin, official of the five-store group in the Miami area. New Coral Gables location of the store is 215 Miracle Mile'and replaces the one which was opened four and a half years aga at 155 Miracle Mile. "The new Hub will be air conditioned, have greatly expanded lines of merchandise and self-service fixtures, all better to serve our patrons," Al Swires, the store's manager, said. Morris Rubin founded the Hub group when he opened the first establishment on North Miami ave. in 1914. The Rubin family continues to serve the Miami community from that location. There are now three stores in Miami, one in Little River and the new one in Coral Gables, which was necessitated because the old one outgrew its quarters. 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Cowen Dead at 64 Sen-ices were held at noon on Sunday for Morris L. Cowen, 64, a resident here since 1909 and a shoe store operator since 1912. The pioneer Miami merchant succumbed to a stroke at his home. 900 West 47th st., Miami Beach, on Friday. He died several hours later at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Cowen was president of the Cowen-Bulbin Shoe Stores. Inc., with two shops on Flagler st. and one on Lincoln rd. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, of Temple Israel, officiated at Gordon's Beach Chapel, with burial following in the family plot of Graceland Park Cemetery. Mr. Cowen is survived by his wife, Emily; two sons. Raymond L.. who is stationed in Europe with the Army, and Myron J.. of Miami; two daughters. Mrs. Don Lubin. Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Stanley Brier, Pawtucket. R.L; two brothers, three sisters and five grand%  children. Born in Scotland, Mr. Cowen came to the United States when he was 17. When he arrived in Miami in 1909. he worked for Burdine's. and three years later opened his own business on NE 1st st.! He always was a great Miami booster, even in the dark days of the 1926 and 1935 hurricanes and the depression of the 1930s when this resort city suffered several years of extreme business hardship. In 1927. he formed a partner-hip with his two brothers-in-law. Henry Bulbin and Max Nankin, in the operation of several shoe stores. This partnership was dissolved in 1932. Mr. Cowen was a charter member of Temple Israel and a member of the Biscayne Bay Lodge. F lc AM. Merris I. Cewee Mrs. Bass Dies in Chicago Mrs. Lena Bass, of Chicago. 111., mother of Mrs. Sam Geltner. 1780 SW 5th st.. Miami, passed away July 19 after a long illness. While a resident of Miami Beach, she was active in the Mizrachi Women's organization. MAX ZUCKERMAN I i" Caraoi-a v< • iWil o( a heiin attack while t ..• Miami \arh Mr X i retired t :t years from Durham, N.t' where he area ,, chartei men ;hBeth Kl i %  • u-nt < %  thf B'nal B'rltl M. ,, • the Wort le No I M %  ml Kern Survl or* i • !u.|e hi M MrAll vv.i • : in and M • I Minn ia, "f Durham, two a!*tera, and I li en \t • ana' JII coarse of tin MRS. ANITA KAHN 74M i 'ai u •.. Miami I J" J In -i local boKuital Monde.) Mi Kahn came here .. rear ,, K ,, from %  un ved oj h.-r hun%  ••I I" -f M ., ,. It. II three aiatera, all of Detroll \... Miami Beach <*hapel wai In of arrangementa. MRS. FRIEDA BURD SW :'"th -t rtl.-il July SO. Kervl wrc held in the Oordoa FuHome ith burial In Mt Nebo ten Bbe ii %  (aidant f..r i I yean, comlaa from Brooklyn Surviving are her husband, Nathan three daughter! .,,,,! ^^,.„ k t .,. dren. DAVID GELLER R6 of ?....-.;• N u •...;,h „, „.,„..,, .,„,, •fully a in a local hospital Survived in' '• %  Mar) F..H. a| s. %  \,. ... held Sunday :it Miami R irer nn*. Intel mem i ia In \ifeme'. JENNIE SAPERSTEIN '""' N r. : ;, I %  ( paaaed awai July %  -•! in local hospital. K • bj .i slater, Mrs Fi. • and ., • eofll Ma> M FMeridde Interment %  -Mr sinal i -emeter^. SAMUEL YUDIN ?,"• "' '-' %  !*W %  \. i f ol i n Mia ii Funeral li ELLA BALZER I 1 NVV Bin I July M in a local h ..,„..,, h isband, u ,:ii im, ne brother and • >.,.. daj ai Mian I River'-.""' interment waa In III Nebo L GEORGE I. ROBINSON -. ff I9H I'.-... ( | Hollywood Kl. ily -'2 in a local hoa'J 1'ital. Kurvlred b] hi wife, Mlnmana one -on. Lawrence Funeral am k • were h-ld at Miami Riverside Interment was in Mt. Slnal Cemetery SAUL KRAMER 7. of „ NW Slrd st. ,,assd away r-aturday in a Miami hospital He came here from Baltimore two years aaro and was a retired contractor. He „_.". 3 "' nnhaa>. Abiaham. of Nea Vork, ami David, of I'liila lei phla; a aUter, MrBloc ma Oorsfcen Men v.. k ata —and nd ran* %  real arandluid Bat i %  • were hi id ion Miami Funeral Home with burial in Mi Sebo Ci Father Gaudin Speaks Father Gaudin, Pastor of Jesu Catholic Church, addressed a reg ular meeting of Hillel B'nai B nth Girls here last week. In the arrangements committee were Roz Russakoff and Louise Srednick. Moskowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memorv -if the late Israel MoskoXf0^o!M^*£ will take place on Sunday. AugU* 1 at 1 p.m.. at Mt. Neto Cem. %  with Rabb. S T. Swirsky officiating. Mr Moskowitz is sun.ved b b_ wife, K.hcl. son Morton. of Miaml tWO daughter. Mil RuJj Steinberg, of New York, and Mrs Ada Rosenstein. of Miami; also two brothers and two s.sters Arrang'ments are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Company, Friends and relatives are asked to attend. ^^^^ Joey Klein to Meet Miguel Diaz Tuesday Free swinging Joey Klein, of New York, will return to action at the Miami Beach Auditorium, Tuesday night against the young Cuban prospect Miguel Diaz, of Havana. Klein, one of the most pleasing welters to show Jere. punched out a 10-round triurkph over veteran Vic Cartel in an} exciting bout in his last local effort Joey is a potent hitter as well as a hustling slugger. He is short on boxing ability, but makes up for it with hi. akressivi In 37 pro bouts Joey has lost nine. He has beaten Freddie (Babe) Herman. Pat Manzi. Joe Tomasello and Bobby Elliott. He lost fights to Carmine Fiore and Danny l,mvanelli. Museum Open During Summer Jewish Museum of Temple Kmanu F.1 will remain open to the public during the summer months w,ih lours each Sunday morning from 10 am until noon, according to an announcement by Samuel Frledland. president. The museum is the only permancnt branch of the museum conducted by the Jewish Theological Seminarv" of America in New York CM) Contained within it* display etoM ire ceremonial and art objects, old prints, ancient manuscripts and books from the earliest stages of printing and rarities seldom seen in large city museums. At its inception, the Temple's Parent Teacher Association adopted the museum as one of its projects. The great number of tourists wishing to visit the museum necessitated the opening of its door, in summer as well as for the winter season. Friedland said. Dade Home Benefits Dade Home for the Cerebral Palsied benefitted from the games party given by Flamingo Court No. 12. Order of the Amaranth at 8 p.m.. Wednesday evening in the Biltmore Terrace Hotel. Mrs Jack Parzen, royal matron of the court, and Sam F.lgison. royal patron, were assisted by a committee composed of Mrs. MalrtfJ Knglander. Mrs Philip Pores, Mrs. Sam Deutch, Mrs. John Gross, Mrs Elgison. Jack Pritt and Mrs. Irving Adelberg. Woolmcn is Speaker At BirtMay p Mm ff Miami, WoniWi Principal speaker ,,t th ,. tion of the City of .yj,Jr birthday and of the:Miami tti Club's 54th birthday *" Woolman, president and manager of Deltac&S *i Woolman came here the DelU-CAS headquarter,, lanta to attend the ceteknL July 28. %  He spoke briefly tion and dinner, set f or .Jj in the Miami Woman's Club k 1737 North Bayshore dr..and.. at the city's celebrates, at g! in Bayfront Park. 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lY, JULY 30, 1954 +JewlstincrkHan ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 11 ,AI HEBREW SCHOOL AND IEGATION will hold Friday services at 6:45 p.m. Satmorning services are at 8:30 abbi Simon April will dis|ic Weekly Portion. Class in will be conducted at 9:30 ffollowed by Mincha and Seudos. Maariv concludes abbath observance. Daily is are at 738-a.m. and 6:45 iRETH ISRAEL NORTH(CENTER will hold Friday \g services at 8:30 p.m., with A. Herson officiating. SubInsermon is: "Planning pmorrow Today." Saturday Dg services are at 9 a.m. • • • VELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 6:30 |aturday morning services are j a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30 Followed by Shalos Seudos. IPLE ISRAEL of Miami will riday evening services at i.m., with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplabbi Emeritus, officiating. • • • tTH SHORE JEWISH CEN*, ,11 hold Friday evening serv\\ 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi May bramowitz officiating. North Club Young Adult League sponsors. Presentation of a trship certificate, which is beLtablished by the club as an \\ award, will be made by JerLman, chairman of the school I, by Stanley Abrahams. Rabbramowitz will discuss: "The imunication of Baruch SpiCantor Edward Klein will the musical portions of the Saturday morning services 8:45 a.m., when the Rabbi preach on the Weekly Por!HE EMES CONGREGATION "Id Friday evening services |5 p.m. Saturday morning es are at 8:30 a.m., when Abraham Sachs will discuss Weekly Portion. Mincha is at i.m. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cot11 be hosts at the Kiddush folin honor of their new Bon. • • • ftPLE EMANU-EL will hold evening services at 6 p.m. lay morning services are at |. when Cantor Philip Brumull chant the liturgy. Daily are in the chapel at 8 a.m. p.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Rudolf E. Brill will officiate. Services will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. • • J AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 7 p.m., followed by Kabbalat Sabbath. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and preaching on the topic: "We Have Been Preserved and Have Survived Our Most Powerful Enemies." Honored at Kiddush will be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krivcher, of Memphis, Tenn. Mincha is at 7 p.m., followed by Maariv at 7:45. • • • NORTH OADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Mr. Joseph Keller discussing the Weekly Portion in the absence of Rabbi Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore and the Center Choir assisting. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: "Herzl's Relationship to the Messianic Ideal." Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m. • • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are 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. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when guest Rabbi Abraham Weinbach, of Plainfield, N.J, will officiate and deliver the sermon. Mincha is at 6:49 p.m.. when the Rabbi, a graduate of Torah Vodaath, will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:30 ajn. and 6:45 and 7 p.m. Cantor on Radio Temple Emanu-El Cantor and Mrs. Philip H. Brummer, of Miami Beach, made guest appearances on two radio programs this week. Cantor Brummer intoned the memorial prayer for Dr. Theodor Herzl, founder of Zionism, during the observance of the 90th anniversary of his death Sunday on the Jacob Shachter Jewish Variety Hour. Together with Mrs. Brummer. he subsequently participated in the Hungarian Sunday Half-Hour at the invitation of the newly-formed local chapter of the World Federation of Jews of Hungarian descent. Dade Nurses Are Asked to Register Dr. Frederick Farrer, medical chairman for disaster in Dade County, this week asked all nurses in the area to register for disaster service. Mrs. Martha Wolfe, R.N., director of Nursing Service for Dade County Civil Defense and the American Red Cross, estimates at least 1,500 nurses are residing in Dade County. "Many have retired from active nursing, many are working from commercial registries and cannot be contacted through local nursing organization," she said. "All these nurses. Civil Defense officials point out, are needed in the civil Defense and Red Cross disaster planning." Mrs. Wolfe has announced that a disaster workshop will be conducted in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on August 27. Hours will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop will be opened by Dr. Farrer. Civil Defense and Red Cross will co-sponsor the program. Films, lectures and group discussions will be used to orient the nurses for disaster. Needs which must be met in natural disaster and in major wartime disaster will be covered. igflrine NOW Tea Gen Drtas .All The tett Tea Tea Wat WITHOUT A Nat I 3AKI BT0R8 RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR BFTICS. OVERWEIGHTS LOW CALORIE DIETS iuaranteed Non-Fattening > M tan 81 ze Bottle.. Only 75c tILABLI AT YOUR :AL FOOD STORE •TOTS YOU TO "T" NO OTHER ICED TEA UKETiTLiY! 80 DELICIOUS$0 REFRESHING! w ,m \/t ,r rfK O.n.rmi R*pir on all Maka Truck* an* Cara Elactrlo and Acatylana WaUllna COULTON BROS. 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PAGE 12 + *l$f fkrlM ML Bond Official Leaves For European Tour MEW YORK—Abraham Killer. i Honkers, businessman, civic r and philanthropist here. left last week for Europe aboard the French Liner He de France on fact-finding mission for the State • I I-rael Bond Organization Keller, who is controller and U i-i,ml treasurer of the State ol I rael Bond Organization, will confer with various government officials, leading industrialists and financiers in many European nations and will participate in drawing plans for the sale of State of Israel Development Bonds in West Report on Bus Franchise Slated at Delano Monday James Norton, president of Presidents' Council of Miami Be.rh.' announced this week that a report' on the bus franchise will be given at next Monday's meeting in the Delano Hotel by A Budd Cutler, local attorney The Miami Beach Railway Company franchise expired in April and a referendum is required before a new franchise can be granted by the City. Terms of the franchise will be brought up for discussion by Cutler, who has made an exhaustive search of the matter. Dr. Spicer Resigns as Medical School Dean Dr. Robert T. Spicer has n %  of tli. 11! for re "' sons of health, effeetivi i He will be succeeded Dr. I! \!..rsh who baa wi:h the school -ince itfounding in 1<52. first as Kst an i for i \clint Dean Universit] President Jaj F W. m. in accepting Dr Si "the brilliant .. hich Dr Spicer contributed to the Medici School al a critical period in its development "To Dr. Spicer. v. DO c at a calculated ri*k to hiown health, (ha Universit) grateful!) acknowledges itdebt Dean Marsh came to Miami from the Universit) ol Oklahoma s Of Medicine in the summer of 1952 when the Medical School mi .. building on the Veterans Hospital grounds .FRIDAY. WIY< **WWA %  YOUNG MAN Ml Permanent Resiw] YEARS EXPERiFfcrt MANAGEMENT 6 'I NESS 1 with aalei. a purchai, n j. otiic* routine decision!, ii| Uni I Will start with prove abihlv CM mu ( Good raferancti c.'i 16*31 ^'"V^V^ Taxpayers Form Dade Association Starting with an advance membership of 500. the Taxpayers Association of Dade County, headed by Troy Haigler. launched a membership campaign this week for • better protection" for Dade County's 600.000 taxpayers. Haigler is the Miami tax consultant whose 10-year study of Dade I ounty's tax structure lil the fuse lor the recent newspaper disclosures charging "careless spending b] public officialTwo immediate aims of his association. Haigler said, are to reduce county taxes by 10 mills, and refund if possible 10 million doli lars to taxpayers. One lawsuit is al-' ready being prepared through the aroup to halt the further acquisition of surplus tax monies, recently exposed as totalling 13 and a half million dollars sitting idle in three banks. "'The best legal opinion informs me -uch staggering surplus can be 'led as unconstitutional." Haigler reported "We intend to i recover 10 million from that amount of 13 and a half million Red Official Executed; Religion Hit Sharply Continued from Page 1 the Communist Party, and of Literary Gazette." a leading paper in Moscow, received here, carry articles calling for an Idini campaign" against religious activities. In a front-page editorial. Pravda requests Com-t propagandists to show bei ers the error of their way bv scientific and atheistic" counterattack. Of particular concern to Pravda is the fact that more and more Soviet children seem to be "infected" with religious ideal Utilities Head Named To Airlines Board McGregor Smith, long a leader in the field of public service utilities and chairman of the Florida Power and Light Company, has been elected to the board of directors' of Eastern Air Lines. Capt Eddie Rickenbacker. chairman, an nounced this week A native of Tennessee, Smith served on that state's railroad and pcblic utilities commission and has been prominently identified in the public service field for more than 33 years. He was president of Louisiana Power and Light Company prior to joining the Florida Power and Light Company as vice president and general manager in 1939. He served as president until May of this year when he was elected to the post of chairman. Credited with a leading part in the new industrialization program of the deep South, which is closely allied to the expansion of air transportation facilities in that area. Smith is a member of various state and civic enterprises throughout Florida, is a trustee of the University of Miami and the Heritage Foundation and is a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Jacksonville branch. One of the seven Eastern Air Lines directors representing important areas served by the airline. Smith lives in Coral Gables, is married and has two sons. He served as an infantry officer in World War I. and is a Scottish Rite Mason, a member of the Elks and the American Legion. Britain May Reaffirm Tripartite Declaration Continued from Page 1 eign Office read-: The Spanish Government hagiven assurance I prevailing international conditions, export of arms t<> countries out-id-' the North At untie Treatj Organization NATO will be prohibited Egypt is not a member of NATO (Earlier, the State Department had marie official inquiries oi the : Spanish Government about th. reported exports of armb) Spain to Egypt and has expressed its eonearn that these exports might be contrary to the provisions of the A m e rican Spani-h military aid agreement The report said that the State Department did not ash Manischewitz Borscht. served by the tall, frosty glasaful. provides nature's own answer to thirst-quenching refreshment. Made exclusively with tender young garden-fresh beets grown especially for Manischewitz. this year-round favorite now does double duty as a wholesome, natural summer beverage that cools. Served with Tarn Tarn Crackers, it's a perfect "fresh-up" treat for family and guests. Horrow Buys Awning Company An accelerated program of saledevelopment will mark operational changes al Miami Ventilated Awning Shatter Co. Inc. as part ol the expansion planned by nnew owner and lident, Benjamin Horrow. Sole ownership of i he business haju-t been acquired by Horrow upon purchase of the half interest formerly held by Jack Dickson. "•"•"' Miami Ventilated Awning Shutter Co., whose iactor> showroom is located at 1M6 NW 7th ave., ; With a branch showroom in Ft. Laoderdale, manufactures the original patented "Ventilated" awning shutter a. designed and I engineered by the company, Na-t tionally advertised, Miami Venti-' lated Awningenjoy a wide mar. ket in Florida especial]} in Dade County. Horrow, a major in the AAF during World War ll took up restdence in Miami at the end of the war Former!} a practicing attorney in Philadelphia, he was active in business and CIVICattain in that city and was founder anil pre! ident of the Philadelphia Junior Bar Association. Former president ol the University of Pennsylvania Club ol Miami, Horrow now serves %  u and director oi thi and is seen tar) oi the \ 11 Islands Improvi men) Association Horrow. whose home ilocated Di 1 ido Island, said that the phenomenal growth ol South Flor and the peal emphasis on h .me ownership in this area leads him to believe that onl) .. small part oi hicompany's ultimate de wlopn n< has i/,., i Spain to discontinue the exports but drew Spain's attention t„ the fact that the American-Spanish pact states that armsupplied to spam should be used exclusively for the defense oi Sp "pom-pm < >Sfct\'8v lift Rabbi loewoh E. Faci-oTak-y MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phona S-3SM THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol "Mt'u i.Kls Forum On Thi' Air** EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Wilfc Variaas f***n Pre d ated *d fiaracfad k r MIDDLE AGED HOUSEKEEPER VV/ •Or twa acntlemen lj„ claaniaf end caaking. Mr j_j • %  swat 2 5763. Miami Convalescent I LEO ALLEN. Dlr.rt-1 *w a.w. 12th A*,* Phonaa a.MS? and |J Saaclalixlnfl In Or* to th. c Chronically III. 24-Mour Nur, ••. Spacial Olttt Stnctl, Private ana Sami.Pnv-.t 'WWWVListen to SCHACHTBTS Yiddish Pn fvary Sunday, WMBM, 12 *] rfcb araeran j, t „. first i It listening "WWWW 3-Bedroom Home Far Racaaditioaad, Dost Cunt, fm lar tttired Caaalt. Near In, •ad Israelite Center, frke 3*30 S.W. 32nd A.., W S/440M SfJMN 503 $ w. i7ts. A... M*., nim SAM HttSCH .restart ] IN PERSON VICKI CUMMINGf] "AFFAIRS Of m with [The Timely triadwr C WILIIAM GIMEI50* OfENINC TUCSDAT M Twa Weeks OaK/M Nightly (exce.f i MATINEES SAT n Ba> Office Open II FOt tfSCIVATIONS 7-1842 or 89-975 |A4HV. I.SS i.*s • : % %  Air Conditioned | BILTMOKE PLA1 IS1 N.I. 40th ST. -1 •LENTY OP f REE A NEW ESTABLISHED CONSERVATIVE TEMPLE Holding High Holiday Services for the first time like to engage a Cantor-Leader for same C.ntacl: M. I. tOSENFElD, il S. OIXIE. LAKE WOftTH, lU Tales*—a SeQ4 effr e-l Israel Fish Expert Visits Here A 44-year-old Israeli. Shimon Tal. is in charge of the United Nations Technical Assistance Board in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He is now in Miami on a brief isil and the first of a series of -teps at fishery stations throughout the United States as guest of : he government. Tal is an expert on fish. He came to Israel in 1933. Five years later, he was sent by the Jewish Agency to Yugoslavia, where he -tudied fish culture and brought back the knowledge he acquired 'o his kibbutz—Nir David. The vouthful looking UN expert is llao secretary of the Fish Breed ra Association of Israel. When the United Nations -ft. asked his government for some of the Jewish States secret "weapons" in the matter of fish culture, Tal was recommended, and so began his tenure at Port au Prince. "Today, we are recognized as having about the best varietv of carp in the world." Tal explained We started out with Europe's prize specimens-developed over a period of 50 years—and finally produced the Israel variety, which is nothing like any carp known to the people in America thJ'i i tL n ^ W J Carp apparen,1 > t0 k the UN Food and Agriculture Organization by storm, for samples of the prize fish are now being examined by experts in Jamaica Republic and British Guiana Tal who ,s married and has w<> children, leaves Miami „ tomakehi-lirstst,,,, „ the GOTemment Fishery Station in Au r„ r ? -A 1 Z Where as u **l f the United States, he will examine fish studies there and also in.ro duce the Israel carp His tour", duty wah the UN agency ends on November 1. when he returns to rf J al is ,hp Swsi of Simon Sei h dl ^[ of "Jewish Forum on the A,r" here. Both were born n Rzeszow. P u | and A|so JJJ n :th .Israeli Miami's landmarks loin 1 r an a P mera e nU of **"v? l0Ul st -. a close friend. Miami AUDITORIUM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY SUNDAY EVENING, 8:90 P.M. 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r. JULY 30. 1954 +Jelstncrkiton PAGE 13 constructionism Gets Drubbing from Samuels jtjlIT, I'L — J udaism in | led Slates cannot .survive in re is a total reconstrucl ( i sh life, fccrtcd Dr. Mordecai M. 73-year-old professor of Josophies of Religions at ti>h Theological Seminary, liii.l If.ibbj. to 60 men and iian Joins Overseas IYOIIK Irwin Rubenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ru1017 SW 9th St.. Miami, bed the overseas staff of Jthe international welfare He left Friday, July 23, Itwild airport for Bolivia, he will act as a field obIi the CARE distribution of pounds of milk powder !>i children and welfare instein is a graduate of Rutliverslly and received the it .TOP from the School ineed International Studies lingtay, JD.C. in 1954. He pveral weeks this summer k.,iloiitrl University in Mexktenary Discussed |i Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon meeting on noon. August 3. at the Di We! Or. Benjamin Rosenkectatiya. director of Greater JUIJI> Federation, will be \>t aker. His subject is: "Our enary Challenge." Ihina in? kid China be taken into jthe |i!l be the subject of a dis| by Louis Gross, journalist inn ntator, on his radio projnday morning, August 1, I over station WMIE. Joseph Im will discuss the Weekly women attending the second of a series of B'nai B'rith Institutes of Judaism just concluded at Camp B'nai B'rith here. Dr. Kaplan, founder of the Reconstructionist -movement Jn American Judaism,'said that there can be no luture for Judaism in America until American Jews defined their status in the modern world, for themselves as well as for others. The religious leader added that Jewish values have been critically affected by the modern world and that Jewish traditions must be revitalised. "Without n genuine reconstruction of Judaism, there is no hope for Judaism in this country or in Israel." Dr. Kaplan said. Taking issue with Dr. Kaplan was Maurice Samuel, noted author and lecturer, who was. also a member of the Institute fatuity. Samuel argued that Jewish life is currently undergoing a rebirth. He pointed to the impact of the establishment of Israel, the general expansion of interest in the teachings of the Jewish sages and the selection of Philip Klutznick president of B'nai B'rith, as signs of creative development in American Jewry. The scholars clashed when Samuel charged that Kaplan was undermining the Jewishness of American Jewish youth by his sociological approach. Dr. Kaplan retorted that Socrates was similarly accused of corrupting youth. On Israel, both authorities were more in agreement. They felt that, if the Judaism that emerged in that country w s a true continuation of ancient traditions, the cultural impact upon Jews in this country would be tremendous. Dr. Kaplan insisted, however, that Israel could not be used as a crutch to strengthen American Judaism and that American Jews must utilize their own resources and think through their own problems. 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Judy I To Be Ann oed I t T.lnklrtter I To Be AnnVed I To Be Ann'ced j Art Llnkletter juatry Parade Coifn-O-Vllle I To Be Ann'ced Blr Payoff |K I'ayoll ik I'obb Cactua Jlni • Mr. W'laard Mi mil in Says tinlztn is Pawn his own Jewishness. Continued from Page 4> helmsman of the most powerful nation in the world and refusing to bend before Arab intimidation which was, in 1947-48, no less strong than it is now. It is increasingly clear that Mr. Katzen's position must become more and more untenable. The phrase, "my friends," in his letter to Dr. Wise is a delusion. For, in rationalizing a Near East foreign policy that is totally irreconcilable with everything except the desire to maintain the status quo in an area where status quo must inevitably mean war. Mr. Katzen is no friend of the Administration but a pawn sacrificed on the altar of No non-Jewish public relations expert could fulfill the task assigned him by the Republican National Committee. Through what more suitable agency could Washington have found the temerity to impugn the integrity of the JTA and to inform readers of "The Day-Jewish Journal" that our open dealings with the Arabs today "you will admit, is an advantage"? Senesch Hadassah Manna Senesch Group of Hadassah will hold an evening games party at the Algiers Hotel on Tuesday evening, August 3, 8.p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Murray Schwartzman and Mrs. Phillip Adams. Mowrict Samuel clashes with Rabbi of Judaism as a deepening of the B'nai B'rith as a movement for survivalism. V|; This Institute is one of seven being held in consecutive weeks at Camp B'nai B'rith this summer. URANIUM STOCKS THE MEW SOURCE OF WEALTH Call or write for free booklet Frank L. Edenfield & Co. ( .. t %  *. Inveilment Securities FIRST FED. IIDC. PHONI 1340 N.E. 2nd AVI. I9-B692 .•kie 8 I To Be Ann'ced Pilile of Family! 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PAGE 14 +Jmlstnorl(0ari Democrats Denounce Administration Policy WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Democratic National Committee, through its official publication, this week characterized the Republican Administration's policy in the Near East as anti-Israel and as a failure. The. "Democratic Digest," organ of the Democratic Party, charged in an appraisal of the Administration's policy of •impartiality" that it has not only failed to win friends for America but has made ArabIsrael peace prospects even more remote than they were in 1952. The reason for Republican failure, it was held, could be found in appeasement of Arab intransigeance. Questioning the decision to grant free munitions to Iraq, it was pointed out that "there is no evidence that the United States has obtained any assurances that the arms will not be used against the Israelis." It was also emphasized that the granting of such arms "may be taken by the extreme nationalists as a tacit t)lessing on their turning the guns against Israel," and that the U.S. has no assurance that these weapons will be used on our side in the event of an East-West showdown. The Democrats maintained that while the United States cannot "impose peace" in the Near East "we ought not to make peace more difficult by letting it appear that we have relinquished hopes of its attainment. We ought not to encourage any side in the delusion that we condone continued con-! flict. We should not arm one side." | Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' "impartiality" speech of June 1, 1953, it was charged, "fitted in with the thinking of Arab I leaders who have always accused | America of preferring Israel." The Arab states have been encouraged by the slogan to increase their pressure for concessions at Israel's expense, the article says. "The inevitable result of the new policy has been a sharp increase in ArabIsrael tension, marked by a series of violent border incidents." the organ of the Democratic Party charges. The article stressed the fact that the new republican policy "has not brought peace to the region; it has not improved relations between Israel and the Arab states. And it has not helped the United States itself for it has won us the friendship of neither side." New K of P Lodge Formed in Miami Maccabee Lodge, Knights of Pythias, announced at its last convention the formation of No. 182 Benevolent Association, Inc. Officers are Ruby Kutun, president; John Lipton. vice president; Harry Rubinstein, treasurer; and Phil Jacoby, secretary. Signing of the charter of the Benevolent Association, launched the group's 1954 membership campaign. Present Chancellor Commander of the lodge is George Alboum. Vice Chancellor is Harry Monter. Secretary Al Roth reports that the meetings are held every Tues day evening, 8:30 p.m.. at the American Legion Post Building, 65th st. and Biscayne blvd. The rank of Esquire was bestowed on Max Adrian, Robert Markley, Max Smiley and Sam Wenig. LEGAL HOTICE GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-SS60 Have your roof repaired now: you will sav* on a now roof lator • %  Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Esloe Named International Head Louis Esloe, well known in the hotel industry and of the Hotel Greeters of America, has been appointed at the St. Louis Convention as new international director of the "See America First" program of the United States, Canada. Mexico and Cuba. For the past three years, he has been presented with the national grand award for his work in promoting the "See America First" slogan. In the next session of Congress, Senator George Smathers will present Esloe's Bill, authorizing the President to proclaim the week beginning the last Monday in June of each year as "See America First Week." Esloe has done much in sponsoring a state essay contest to junior high school students, and he is planning this year to direct a national essay contest on a similar basis. Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME Adefe* A. ffKftHM Rachline Honored At Testimonial On Saturday evening. July 24th, a testimonial dinner was tendered in honor of Past District Deputy Grand Chancellor Adolph A. Rachline, of the Order Knights of Pythias. Some 300 Knights and their friends attended the dinner at Barney's. Rachline, a member of the Order since 1917, has lived in Miami since 1947. He helped organize the benevolent program for Knights in his lodge, which was subsequently used as a master plan for similar programs of other lodges in the local district. Talks lauding his work in the seventh district of the Pythian Order were made by Jack Brown, Chancellor Commander of Roosevelt Lodge No. 177; Lewis Pomerantz. president of the 177th Benevolent; as well as its past president. Nathan S. Miller. Arrangements were in charge of a committee headed by Emanuel Hollander, chairman, and Abe Cutler. Dr. George Conger, Grand Prelate, and Irving Yelen, District Deputy of the Grand Lodge of Florida, were in attendance. Messages were read from Samuel Wych Getzen and R K Bell, forWWPB proudly presents mer Grand Chancellors, u well as from Grand Chancellor Glen Hooker. Rachline and his wife, Gertrude, were presented with gifts from the 177th Benevolent. STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with The Dean of Jewish Commentator! MORRIS NASATIR EVERY SUNDAY from 9:30 t. 11 a.m. Listen T. Our Cut st Artist SIMON WOLF Noted Yiddish Actor aaal Playwright PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MVami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3s'//-/3 a.w. otn atrewi morie -a:i** Sisterhood Meet Set Sisterhood of Beth Lmeth Congregation will meet on August 11. at the groups new permanent address, 12201 NW 7th ave. The Sis terhood plans to hold a card and mah jong party in the Biltmore Terrace Hotel at the end of August. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE" CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I. E rw TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ni D F SS^JV'IN CHANCERYNo ,7,85 Ml KIM, K. COOPER, Blamtlff iMh 'L H< 23SPBfc 1-f-n.Unt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROBERT |-; COOPER %  •,.. Boston sii.iv H., s „iu| MHIV Home Boston, Maaaachuaetti Bm U" >""•', hereby notified thai l '.' ',•'"" irorc. hu bee" "i.. i aaalnat you, and you an quired to earve • cop, -,f \,.„, A .,- %  •" i/••"''>-• to ih. i .,..,,'; ft WJBTOARIAS IO i <,,,.! M "/","', i • • I "',,"-";' ''"*<""• In he %  ,'.' '' '-EATHERMAN, 1. %  Mr,,,,, cJS 22!, v Attorney, na. 7/23-10 — k N0TICE NA^i R L ;' CT,T '<>u NOTICE UNDBR FICTITIOUE NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY Ul\ F..N that the underalaneA dealrinir to enta-e '" ,",!,, undo tb. .IctlUoua MnMiet ,AY STI'DIO, Bl 1 1, Intend* to reslster Mild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of """" > AI.VIN OMCK 7/t3 -30 — /-! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COSNVY IN CHANCERY No. ,70*43 ROSE I.II.I.IAN MEYER, a.k.a. ROSE METER, rialntiif. A i R w i A M MATH A N i Ei. jQFt i:n. *"•• %  ABRAHAM N tm ( hiiL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Til ABRAHAM NATHANIEL METER, a.k.a. IBRAHAM N METER. :1s Falrmount Street Norwich. Connecticut _._„_ Y..C ARE HEREBY NuTIHED • hal a Hill f Complaint For Oivorce ami For Other Relief has been filed axalnst von. and you arc required to serve a copy of your Anawer to the Hill of Complaint ''"" IWvorce and FkW Other Relief on Ihe Plaintiff" a Attorney*. QENET & (1K.NET, 4!0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the orlntnal Anawer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 17th day of Auauet. 1J4. or a Decree Pro t'onfeaao will be entered aainst you ... DATED at Miami Beach, Florida. """ 3,M TB. J M E RM.N, Clerk, Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk 7/16-:'3-10 — / IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, Ne. 17106a MAX MEDOEBOW and U1SSIE MEDOBBOW, tils wife, Plaintiff*. ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON. ;i single woman. Defendanl. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO ALICE SI MON H JOHNSTON IO Box 67 Cabot, Pennsylvania l lefendJual TOP ARK HERKBT NOTIFIED ih.it .i Bill baa bean bronchi in the above entitled <'"url %  > the I'lalntlffa against you for tinpurpose of raarlndlna the ale bi yoti i" plaintiffs, etc • %  ,h' following described real property, lima In MM Couniy. Florida, to "II Lota It, II. II and |i and parta of Lota 1R, 17. I* and IS. all in Block 1 of COLE8 SI'HIilVIBION at ModeUo. Florida, lyln* i^flvrly of the railroad and westerly "f is hiahwav ci. TOOBTHER WITH all improven.vnts th.-reon and inventory aa attached, and ^ III vnr HEREBT REQUIRED to aervv I oop) "f fOW Answer on the plaintiffk' alt..rne>. I.Ku SHEINEB. :'."! Ropei Bulldlnc, .Miami 3.-. Florida, anil file thv oriclnal lhvi,.f in Hi.office "f the Clara at the abova Court on or before the Smh day of Auguat, i'.'.i. otherwlaa iiie allecaUona .f >,.i.l i ..iMpliiint will be taken i .I r.\ you DONE IND HHDERED at* Mi..mi. Florida, Ihli tlal das ..f July, K II IJCATHERMAN, ill i k. rir. mi Court II) I. SNEEDEN, ri'irculi i "..\nt Heal) Deputy tHEINER H %  H Id ni M i.l. i %  %  F1UDAY, JUL Y M LIGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 17,Oat WALTER KREI \l \ \. II, v AMELI V GARCIA FREEMAN, I defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO \MII.I\ liARCIA FREEMAN I IVeal Ne V..ik. New York Tpl ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED BUI of Complaint for Divorce ha.i" .ii filed anaiiiM v,,ii in the above entitled causa and ma are bereb) required to aaree %  cop* of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plalntirra attorneys, and file the %  •"k-i.,1 In th. ,..,,.,. ,,, ,,,.. rUrk „ f ',''• '' "It I "Hit "n or before the 31st day of AUKUM. IH4; otberwlae, a de','••;, ''' "''"*" *'" *entered aaralnal you This notice .hall he published once ''"' h .,JV.''' k '"' f "" r consecutive weeks In nil: JKHiMi FLORIDIAN Dated at Miami. Horlda. this nd da) of July, iaM R B I.EATIIERMAN, Mark, ilr.uli Court By: I. SNEEDEN, '•A1.I...T. SM.VER .^.^j;^ Attornayi for I'Uiniiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU* • %  %  -' dealrlna to e ,aV in •' the flcffilo^aSKS WDNBT TELLER in NOTICE UND f R L ^CTITIOU. V that %  i rioeni",, ; ard. Miami, NOTICE UNDER L n CT1Tlou s| N M|ivV-,.„.VL. '"""'"• "•'"•• Of "'• in n,; 'L' V '••'-'•' ""I Court of I la .'." ,k f ; 1-tNARD SUM V-t/$.U.£ UU AOcJ3 IN TMI CIRCUIT COURT^ 1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL aarf'' FLORIDA, IN AND Foa 0 '* COUNTY. IN CHANCERY? HE FKAZ1EK. RK U ff *• EVA 1KA7.1KR. DafVaaaat NOTICE BY PUBL ICITU, T... Eva F>aaler OLICAT '0nl Weal Halnbrldce •;,.,„_, TOC ARE HEREBY KrXRifs "' a copy of youi „,„." BUI of -ompla,,,, n .he'JJJj /or divorce, on the ilainiSv'a nays, and file the otbjlnal H\M < the Clerk of ti n£f*\ on or before the 2J ,|... Ii"' p !•• .4. otherwlae said llul uf ,-.' will be taken aa ronl. ...,i ,,r*_ Dated this Mth da\ of i,,!,**! K. B L&THlM < lerk of i in ,|, ."JM Dade Count. yJ^Fl By WM, W STOC MTERS. HKIMA.N 1 "* 5 KAP?*Attorrreya for llalntlff ^*" I M Seybold Bulldinn, MUisl n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIB NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY .imp.; the undersigned, desliinc tg SM. business under the fictliUiumTT LITTLE PULK8 STIIU.) i J" County. Pl„ intends t., n'tht.S naaie with the Clerk „f tCni Court of Dade Count v. Florkbn 7/u-u i/.-n AUXN NOTICE UNDER FTCTTI NAME LAW NOTICEIS HEREBY I]1VB the undersigned, dealnnj to a business under the fii t MCALLISTER OIFT • KNTEIT McAllister Arcade, intend. t„ said name with the clerk of' cult Court Of Dade Count, yu Lous <;ivsRl KKSSLF.R ft QAHS B| Attorneys for Applk-aniii 17I W. Ftacler 8t. 7 30 — l/-U-0 NOTICE UN6ER FICTlfil NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVRN i the undersigned, desinni in liuslness under the fictitious n_, THE BARGAIN MART al tttH 7th Ave, Intends to red -tei uUi with the Clerk of the Circuit I Dsde County, Mumls FKIENDLT FRuST TELEVISION SERVICE, MAC MERMEI.I. SI* Alnslev III,It 7,30 — /-13-2U NOTICE UNDER FICTITH NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ilITEXj the underslsned. desliin k to ta Inislness under the fi. titious i SHORES BAR. at 11711 N.K.M9 nue, Dade County, Florida, Inn reirlster said name with tat the Circuit Court of Had* Hlorlda. RICHARD MILLER. HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Owner W. Ilaaler Street, Miami, I 7/30 — g/#-ll-*0 CERTIFICATE OF CORPOIMTI DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND iV TH AUTHORITY OF THE TAT OF FLORIDA TO ALL T<> WHOM THESE ENTS SHALL COME, iREKTHI w liereaa, lnYiE ACKERMAN. MIAMI Bl HARRIET CROSS. MIAMI I iMHtoTHY ANOEVINK, MIAMI BEACH, RENA K. tJROKS, MIAMI BEACH did '•" Ihe llth day oi I •ecemfcea.1' Ii3, cause to be inci iuaied el tinluuvisions of Chapter tM. T Statutes. .loYCE-H \RRIET r corporatioa, with its principal-; of business at MIAMI BLACK. II colNTV. In the St.. i whereas the proper ..ffi.er of I corpormtloB did on the l'th July. A D i-e P. be fa the office of the I v of I the State of Florida. I duly cated resolution adopted by the i h-lileis under the pruvbwaa ell Chapter SOS. Florid;. Statutes. I Ihe dissolution of such cnrporill Now. therefore, the Seen State does hereby certify '"."* %  ulna and that he Is -at fle-1 tkaf resjiilrenienle or law lia.e beea plied with. IN WITNF:SS WHERI have hereunto et my aaal hava-affixed uy_ Heal of the state of at Taluthaasee, the thla the nineteenth f| July, AD lfil R. A. ORAT, • SEAL) liiryerl 7 '10/54 NOTICE UNDER FlCTlTIO NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RF:HY orrsfj the underslaned. deslnnit to eejjr business under the flctltk>a_ CORAL WAT TAVERN, at llnd Street, Intend I" rep name with the Clerk "f '"' Court of Ihtde Oount) Hone* DAVID U. MAXW I I I. „,_SEI.MA ANTolNFTTTh MA-\ KESHLBR a OARS Vttcineys for Applicants 17*1 W. Flagler St 7.10 — Vl l-l NOTICE UNDER FlCTITlO NAME LAW NOTICHRIS HEREIO ''1'JJJ the undersigned, desli in* I" • inislness under tlo A I.I.I El i NOVELTIES Ct %  v,,t |,„..), at **1 -*H N *J Ji lataM t.. raaisti %  %  >•' ""? tb. Clark af the Clnuii t curt County, Flotilla ..,,.„ WILLIAM i HVN I' MICHAEL I'LI' KSSI.F:R a OARS Mtorneys for Applicant" 171! W Hauler St. 7/0 — 8/a -fl-lU NOTICE UNDER FICTITW NAME LAW rt NOTICE IS HERFI > n the iinderslaned. deslrtn* i" neaa under the fictit •.•" men SVI.ES. at 1W* "_ Miami. Intends ta >e*', r ",. lth the Clerk of of Dade Count ejM ,-K REICHMAN. SO" HOE CHERTKOE Attorney fKApplicant oi. n.pla Hide 7/ — i/a-il-M



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lY, JULY 30. 1954 *Jenisli lh*kH-r PAGE i 5 LEGAL NOTICE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fB IS HEREBY OIVEN that prr-teni-l, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of ORNAMENTAL IRdN at 21-"' N.W. Mlml Court. E> r.KlMt.'iald name with the f Hi.' Circuit Court of Dade Florida. WILLIAM SHIFT ft LEON SIIIFK, Owners >RK NELSON i tor Applicants 1-30 riCE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURTOF YHI FNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF JA IN AND FOR DADC lY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170M1 KI> A BARNES Arc DAVID Ilalhtlff, BcHARDSON MC DAVID, Defendant. [SUIT FOR DIVORCE U> RICHARDSON .MC DAVID I ih Street .. York City. N.V. Ire hereby notified that n Dill jpinint for divorce has la-en fc\rnt you, and you are requlrrv# a cop/ of your APWII or In illDill of Complaint on pniifn Attorney, CHARLES I du 1'out Building. Miami. I anil riI•I lie original Anawer Jlna In the office of the Clerk i || Court on or before the HI August. 1S54, If you fall judgment I'V default will be ;:unst you for the relief darn the Hill of Complaint. i shall be published once rk for four loiiaecutlve weeks JKWISH ll.DltlDIAN. AND ORDERED at Miami. ih Is 2nd day of July, AD. I B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Datle County, Florida. I.i M. W. STOCKING. CHI t Seal) Deputy Clerk h .-' .1 RICH I Pl.iillllff [ Pont Building. Miami. Florida 13-30 JTICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT D FOR OADE COUNTY. ; A IN PROBATE, No. 33094-A ESTATE ,inunds Against s. t ,.| (and each of you. are hereby onI required t<> present any land demaada which you. or fef vou, maj have against the ( Wlis CEZANNE KKI.SKY. hi ate of WarrM County, Non In Hi.Honorable County • I %  ide oiinty. and file the ih. i: office* In the County ns.m I M.I.County. Florida. eight e.iletidar months from I of the first publication here1ml or demands to conrga tddresa of the claimant I II-II t.. and presented as 1,1. in-nil, will be barred. I oh. AD. 1954. 1 \l \KI \ B KEL0BY, [ \> AM illary Kxecutrix of the i.i-i Will and Testament of [JAMES CEZANNE KKI.SKY. Deceased. fl. GOLDSTEIN fur Maria H. Keleey, ,.i..,!> Executrix l-U BOUNTY JUDGES COURT \DE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30576B PTATK OF pNK. FINE, Deceased OF INTENTION TO MAKE %  PLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE |i I Is hereby given that 1 have final report and p.-titlon for discharge as Ancillary KxecuItl.estate of EUOENB FINK, V. and that on the 10th day of 19M, will apply to the Honorlur.ty Judges of Dade County. f..r approval of aald final rep"d. il.slrlng to engage In iler the fictitious name of .'S HVKMI.K FCRNlTIHK. Washington Ave. Miami is to register aald name clerk ..f I lie Circuit Court of Dunty, Florida. ELBA SOHIN, Owner SHAPIRO ft FKIED ) Applicant CE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW IH HEREBY OIVEN that 'igned. desiring to engage In uder the fictitious name of I'KnlU CTIONS. at 433 Flast "rive. Miami Beach. Florida. 1 r.giBipr M \^ mm, with the r the circuit Court of Dade pARD J. STERN. Sole Owner CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW F '• is HEREBY OIVEN that yigti.-d. desiring to engage In 1 'he fl.tltlous name of Floria" *. W "**'"• Sl i Is to register lerk of the Clrn.i' .'I J>' 1 County. Florida. *> N'K THA I UN,; CORF. y TALI %  SJQ '•>r I'etltluner -30 LEGAL NOTICE „ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I, r^5r N TH J UD,C,AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170S53 MART K. BCHCLTZ, l-la,ntirf, vs. ARTHUR JOSEPH SCIHI.T/. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARTHUR JOSEPH SCHULTZ 2S46 Mathews Avenue Bronx. New York You are hereby notified that a BUI S. P >,n P •• 0, '<>r I'ivoue has been filed against-you, and you are requu-?!J toerve a copy of your Answer or I leading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorn. v HENRY M CAIN and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offl, f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the th day of August. 1954. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded i n the em of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THF: JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 7rh day of July. AD. F:. I}. LKATHERMAN, cieiR, Circuit Court. Dad,. County, Florida By M. c GREEN. 0*B.'l Court Seal) J Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2518 West Flagler Stre. Miami, Fla. T/t-U-St-SO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE |8 HKKKUY tJIVEN that th. imdi-rslgned. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "f 5, B H ;, Co • "* 2SSI s u --" rt SI • Miami. Flu.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit of Dade County. Florida. MAX HAMBURQER LAURA IIAMIII'RtlEH HiillKHT SHELDON HAMBURGER SIDNEY EPRONSON Attorney for Applicants 702 Blscayne Hldg. 7/18-21-30 — ./ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 33228 AI In Re: ESTATE <>F" KMll. 7. COHEN, a/k/a BMIL SOLA COHEN, a/k'a EMUCOHEN. e ased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against S.,nl Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. mac nave against the estate of F:.MIl. 7. I'dHEN, .1.-,eased late of Dude 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 swurn lo and presented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 12, AD IM'';'".,''"'"' on the plaintiffs Attorney HENRI M CAIN. 21IS West FTagler Street. Miami, Fin., and file the original Answer "or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or %  •• fore the 24th day of Auguet. 1J4. If you fall to do s„, iudgmenthy default Mill be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill Of I oinPl TMs notice shall be published once each week for tow MMOBti** week. ,n llll. JEWISH KLoltlDIAN IS.N-K AND ORDERED at Miami, i, this lth day of July. A.i. 1,54 %  H LKATHERMAN, Clark, I'li.uii c.uit. I>ade Counti. Florida : M. HAWKINS (Oaeult Com l Seal) Deputy tick HENRY M CAIN Attorney 'or Plaintiff __ IMS West Flagler Street. Miami. Fla. 7/21-SV — /-l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ft,l V |^ !" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR 'DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 170703 GENERAL MORTGAGE COMPANY; a Florida corporation. Plaintiff. LOUIS BROWN, et al.. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: LOUI8 BROWN, also known as LEWIS BROWN, and ELIZABF:TH M. HKOWN. his wife. 13 Sedgewlck Avenue. Broax M. New York. If living, and If said named Defendants he dead, the heirs, devisees, legatees, creditors, assignees, lienors. and all parties claiming by. through, under, or against said nanied Defendants who may be dec-eased, and any and all persons having any right, claim os Interest through said named Defendants. YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been filed against vou in the above styled court to foreclooe a mortgage, recorded In Mortgage Jlook 247.'., Page 12, of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida, encumbering the following described properly, to-wlt: Lot .s, in Block 7, of WEST LAWN, acoordlng to the Mat thereof, i ec-orded In Plat Book 9. at Page 3. of the Public Records of Dade County. F'lorida. u are hereby required to serve a cop) of >our anafKI or other pleadings on Plalntlffs'Aftornev, HENRY M. CAIN, and file the originul In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 16th day of August. Lot, otherwise the allegations of naM complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th day of Julv. ISM E. B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court By: W.M W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 251 s West F'lagler Street Miami, F'la. 7/U-23-30 — g/ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 170007 EIGNIK OLM18, Plaintiff. vs. HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and wife, ROSA WRIGHT, a single woman. NATALIE F' FT)STF:R. a widow, and LOUISE V. SCAL. a widow, Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDINGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST INSTRUMENT TO: HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and M'ife, ROSA WRIGHT, a single woman. NATALIE I FOSTER, a widow, and LOUISE V SCAL, a widow, and all other persons interested. You are hereby notified to appealbefore.Judge Grady CraM-foid. of the above Court. In his Chambers at the Dade County Court House, in Miami, Florida, at l" mi o'clock, A.M.. on loth day of September, lt).~>4, and then and there shortcause rt-hy the instrument hereinafter described should not be re-established. The Petitioner. EUGNIF; OLMIS, seeks to re-establish a promissory note dated June 24, I94, made by HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and wife, and ROSA WRIGHT, a single woman, to the Petitioner securing the payment of 115.000.00 in payments as set forth in aald note encumbering the following described property In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: The North 100 feet of Lot 9 and the West 15 feet of the North 100 feet of Lot 8, Block 12 of LAWRENCE ESTATF: LAND COMPANY X SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 2. at page 46 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, together with furniture and fixtures contained therein, as per Inventory heretofore given, which mortgage was given to secure the lost note sought to lie re-established, and which mortgage was recorded in Mortgage Hook 1676 at page 227 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. The Petition filed herein substantially alleges that the original of aald note is not In the custody or control of the Petitioner and that said note has been lost or Inadvertently destroyed; that Harry Golden and Evelyn Golden, husband and wife, Rosa Wright, a single woman, Natalie F". F'oster, a widow, and Louise V. Seal, a widow, are or have been owners of the real property described, and are the only persons known to the Petitioner to be Interested for or against the re-establishment of the said note: that the copy of the note sought to be re-established Is a substantial and exact copy of the original Instrument. DATED at Miami. Florida, this llh day of July, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 7,23-30 — 8/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 171030 IDA GREF:N8P0N, Plaintiff. SAMUEL J. GREENSPON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAMUEL J. GREENSPON 3100 West Chicago Ave. Detroit. Michigan You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. ROBF:RT M HADKH. 251* West Flagler St., Miami. Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Court on or before the BM day of August. 19S4. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in TDK JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 20th day of July. A.D. %  It LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By M. W PARTENHEIMER, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ROBERT M. RADER w> „, Kll West F'lagler Street. Miami. Fia. Attorney for Plaintiff 7/23-30 —/•- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17100S SHIRLEY F 1 GOLDIN, Plaintiff vs. IRVING GOLDIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IRVING GOLDIN c-o Pat Gold In 607 N. Spauldlng Ixw Angeles 36. Calif. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. ALFRED V NKSHITT. R719 Collins Avenue. Mi; Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 27th day of August, ls.',4. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will IK taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Hill of < omplalnt. This notice shall he published once each week for tour consecutive weeks in THE JKWISH FLOfUDlAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Mia Ida. this IJMh day of July. A.D. i: B. LEATHERMAN, clerk, ciivult Court. I'ade Ckiuntv, Horlda Bj R. II, RICE, .11! (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ALFRED INKSHITT 6749 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7,23-30 — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of ABLE BUILDERS' RENTAL EQUIPMENT, at 5410 N.W. 14th Avenue. Miami. F'la., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida.. JOSEPH RABIN ALBERT FREEDMAN GOI. OMAN .*• GOLDSTEIN II I:,-.,, oin Boulevard. Mia ml. Fla. Attorney! for Registrants 7/23-31) — K/6-I3 k NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ELNITA I ASHIONS. at ttl N w I'.'.th Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coutl ,.t Dad* County. F'lorida. TAUBES. INC. KOVNER ft MANNHEIMBR Attorneytor Taubea, Inc. 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 nan,...f NATIONAL HARDWARE ft PAINT CO., al 981S-K NE. 2nd Avenue. Miami Shores. F'la.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME S HLoNDER MILToN FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Beybold Bldg. 7/23-30 — X/6-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AUTOMATIC CAR WASH, at Miami Ave. at 79th St., N.E.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida. BENJAMIN TOPOL JOHN TOPOL MIir"'-D OSTROW AARON If. KANNER Attorney lor Applicants Shoreland Bldg. 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Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ALU'!-: GATTO 37K8 97th Street Jackson Heights, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to seYve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint on plaintiff's attoruev, HAROLD R0SF:N. (06 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer on the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, on or before the 30th day of July. 1954, otherwise aald Hill of Complaint. will be taken as confessed by you. DATI:D this 24th day of June. 19S4. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R 11 RICE, JR. Deputy Clerk 7/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS Hi'HF.HY GIVEN that Mi. tiii'lersign. ,1, .I. -siring tt engage in bualneaa under the fictitious name of DAVID ELECTRIC, at %  .-'.. Nw St., Miami, Intends to rOplater said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID J. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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llie\wiislfcUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining TME JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 23Number 31
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 30. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Iritish May
Reaffirm 1950
\ig 3 Treaty
)NDON (JTA) The British
Ivcrnmeat is considering resi-
ding its adherence to the tripar-
declaration guaranteeing the
rders of Israel and the Arab
Ites, in connection with the cur-
nt Anglo-Egyptian negotiations
evacuation of the Suez Canal
Dc and recent threats by Egyp-
oificials to resume the war
linst Israel once the British are
f Suez.
ri.iJ. statement was made in the
disc of Commons by Minister of
ktf for Foreign Affairs Selwyn
byrt, in reply to a number of
j-tions on the relationship be-
lt i Israel and the Anglo-Egyp-
Ulks. Mr. Lloyd told the
lu-c that although no formal
ptisl Israel talks had taken place
the Suez situation. Israel -had
nerally been informed of de-
pments in the Anglo-Egyptian
ions, along with other in-
'ied governments,
?lr. Lloyd stressed that the tri-
t:te declarationby the Unit-
states. Britain and France
li be implemented, if the need
}' regardless of the status of
Suez area. He added that Bri-
<>ught to maintain good rela-
with all the states of the
[idle East and said that the Brit-
Government was attempting to
U< Mate" the situation in that re-
although he differentiated
keen what he called active and
jl.c attempts to achieve peace.
impression he gave was that
British Government was trying
promote the cause of peace, al-
;h not in a public manner.
I debate in Commons had
jri;y died when Egyptian
ki ier Col Gamal Abdul Nasser,
|. -peech marking the second
Imrsary of the army revolt
Stassen Defends Israel at Foreign Aid
Hearing; Taber Calls Leaders 'Bumptious'
El Husseini Asked Himmler to Restrict Immigration
Bywade's Request Echoes Grand Mufti
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTON When Assistant Secretary of
State Henry A. Byroade recently urged Israel to allay
Arab "fears" of further Jewish immigration into
Israel he unwittingly reiterated a line of thought
suggested by Grand Mufti Haj Amin El Husseini ten
years ago to Heinrich Himmler. Reichsfuhrer SS.
Captured Nazi documents in Pentagon files re-
veal correspondence between Hitler's leading Arab
collaborator. El Husseini. and Nazi authorities per-
taining to "reassuring" the Arabs that Jewish Immi-
gration into Palestine should be stopped.
The documents also show that the Nazis had more
success with the indoctrination of Iraq than in any
other Arab country. Hitler personally ordered $he
at nun y of Iraq for this reason. He signed OKW
Older No 447*2 41 dispatching arms and a Nazi
military mission
Despite Zionist protests, the State Department is
now expediting the dispatch of free munitions to
j Iraq, the first Arab League recipient of such aid.
I An application for similar aid by Israel has been
ignored by the State Department since 1952. Pales-
tinian Jewry fought on the Allied side during World
War Two. Iraq aided the Nazis.
In his speech last May 1 before the anti-Zionist
"American Council for Judaism," Byroade indicated
sympathetic concern over Arab apprehension lest
the Soviet Union release some of its Jewish inhabi-
tants. The Arabs were said to fear that these Jewish
refugees might make their way to Israel.
El Husseini expressed a similar fear in a letter
to Himmler. He asked Himmler to take all possible
measures to prevent Jews from leaving Nazi-domi-
nated areas for Palestine. El Husseini said any
escape of Jews to Palestine "would be incompre-
hensible to the Arabs and Moslems, and it would
create in them a feeling of keen disappointment."
In another letter, El Husseini expressed alarm
over the proposed transfer to Palestine of "900 Jew-
ish children to be transported from Hungary." He
recommended that "it would be indispensable and
infinitely preferable to send them to other countries
Continued on Page 3
Position of Jewry Reviewed; Zionist
Actions Groi\p Meets in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA)A picture
of world Jewry at the crossroads
was presented here this week as
the Zionist Actions Committee,
highest policy-making body of the
World Zionist Movement between
world congresses, began a plenary
session.
In an analysis of the situation of
the major concentrations of Jews
Jinst Ktng Farouk, threatened an i In various areas of the world, Berl
Locker, Jewish Agency co-chair-
man, asserted that the Jews of the
West were faced with an important
threat of assimilation, while the
Jews in the Eastern bloc countries
were viewed with suspicion by the
ComaMnist rogime. In the Arab
countries, he pointed out, the Jew-
ish inhabitants were in a virtual
prison, living as hostages and hav-
ing but one hopeeventual escape
to Israel. As for Israel, the hope
of the Jewish nation, he noted that
it would require help with immi-
gration and absorption for many
years.
Speaking on immigration, Mr.
Locker said: MWe need immigra-
tion to Israel not only to save JeWs
from the danger of assimilation.
but also to save Israel from threat-
ening danger." He warned the
Jews in the,Wostern countries that
the liberalism of their countries
alosion" against Israel.
I would like to declare that if
?o (Israeli) aggressions do not
r and if Israel continues to
to comply with repeated deci-
ns of the United Nations, the
Ration in the Near East may ex-
ile,' Colonel Nasser said.
[Such an explosion would be far
costly to the Arab world than
the patrons of Israel who are
px risible for keeping her alive."
Tie Foreign Office announced
week that following a British
It.nment protest Spain has
fcned the export of arms to
Ipt. Reports from Spain recent-
)old of large arms contracts in
1-r.g orders for machineguns,
tars and shells, having been
ced in Spain by the Egyptian
lerr.ment.
[he announcement by the For-
lontinoed en Paee 12
* *
may not endure forever without
change.
Commenting on Israel's position
on the international scene. Mr.
Locker said it had taken an unfav-
orable turn. He noted that the re-
cent speech of Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Affairs
Henry A. Byroade indicated that
the United States had partially
adopted the British view on deal-
ing with the Arab states.
He called on American Jewry to
be aware of this change in the
American Government's attitude
and to be on guard in Israel's be-
half. He warned that world Jewry,
particularly A m e rican Jewry,
would be called upon for financial
ajd for a long period, and said
that Immigration and absorption of
immigrants in Israel was the task
of the entire Jewish nation. He
stressed, that, while he did not
think it was necessary for every
Zionist to come to Israel to live,
immigration constitutes a basic
tenet of Zionism.
Contrary to past practice, the
Actions Committee this time will
start Us general debate on various
problems concerning the world
Zionist movement only after reso-
lutions are introduced.
'Atheistic Counter-Attack' Urged
Red Official Executed;
Religion Hit Sharply
LONDON (JTA)M. D. Ryumin,
onetime investigating magistrate
of the Soviet Ministry of State Se-
curity, has been executed for his
part in the frame-up of IS Moscow
doctors, a number of whom are
Jewish, the Moscow Radio, heard
here, announced last weekend.
Withdrawal May Incite Egypt
FRISALEM (JTA) Apprehen-
's felt here at the prospect of
British withdrawal from the
lz (anal zone in Egypt, despite
fact that the British Govern-
pt has announced its intention
reaffirming the 1950 British-
i "ican-French declaration
en guarantees the present
P ael frontiers.
*as pointed out here that the
f.irawal of the British troops
the Suez area provides for
h t a splendidly equipped mili-
base there, which, together
the present intentions on the
"f the United States Govern
ft to give military aid to Egypt,
radically change the military
situation and place Israel in great-
er danger of Arab aggression.
The British departure, it was ex-
plained* hare, will bring a greatly
strengthened -Egypt up from her
own lines on the other side of
Sinai and of the Suez Canal, and
right against Israels southern
border from Elath. on the gulf of
Aquaba. to Askalon. which is about
one hour's run from Tel Aiv. The
present defensible border will then
become a border requiring excep-
tional defense* measure^ on the
part of Israel.
This, in addition to the Amer-
ican rearmament of Iraq and pos-
sibly Syria, has created a situation
of gravity and urgency lor Israel.
it was stressed here. Israelis claim
that the British reaffirmation of
the 1950 Tripartite Declaration
shows only that Britain under-
stands Israel's apprehensions, but
does not by any means reassure
Israel or redress regional equili-
brium.
Although some circles here be-
lieve that the reaffirmation of the
American-British French declara-
tion, if expressed unequivocally,
would be better than nothing, they
point out that it could not possibly
relieve Israel from the back-break-
ing compulsion to raise her means
of defense to a new high level.
The general feeling prevailing
Continued on Pete 4
Ryumin was a former aide of
the late Lavrenti Beria, executed
chief of the Soviet police. He was
convicted of having used prohibit-
ed methods of investigation to
force the doctors to confess to hav-
ing murdered Andrei Zhdanov and
Alexander Scherbakov, high Soviet
officials during the Stalin regime,
through faulty medicine.
Shortly after the death of Pre-
mier Stalin, the doctors were re-
leased, and Ryumin and several
aids were arrested for having fak-
ed evidence of the "plot." Pravda,
organ of the Communist Party of
the USSR, accused Ryumin of hav-
ing attempted to spread anti-Sem-
itic sentiment in the country
through this plot.
Meanwhile, reports from Mos-
cow received here during the week-
end indicate that the Soviet Gov-
ernment has embarked on a new
and intensified campaign against
religion, in an effort to discourage
people throughout the USSR from
attending churches and syna-
gogues.
Copies of Pravda, official organ
Continued en Pace 12
Russian Move
Questioned in
Troubled Spot
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.
John Taber, New York Republican
and chairman of the House Appro-
priations Committee. levelled
sharp criticism at Israeli leaders
during hearings on Foreign Aid
I Legislation, it was learned this
j week when the official transcript
I was made public.
Rep. Taber said: "The heads of
| the state were very bumptious and
cantankerous so far as the United
States goes, when some folks in
this committee stopped in Israel."
Director Harold E. Stassen of the
Foreign Operations Administration
| sought to defend Israel from Mr.
Taber's attack.
The exchange started when Mr.
Stassen recommended continued
aid to Israel. Rep. Taber interrup-
ted to ask: "Are those people
working in that place?" Mr. Stas-
sen replied: "In Israel, yes; they
work hard. They have some diffi-
culty adjusting to Tarmwofk^ but
in textile industries which they
have put in, and things like that,
they work hard and are really an
industrious people. They have a
tremendous spirit. They are just
determined that they are going to
i make that country succeed."
When Mr. Stassen praised Is-
i rael's spirit and will to succeed.
i Rep. Taber said: "You would think
i if they have that, they would have
a better attitude toward a country'
. like the United States which is do-
I ing so much for them." Mr. Stassen
answered that, when he visited Is-
I rael with Secretary of State Dulles,
I "the people out on the streets were
very friendly." At this point. Rep.
Taber attacked the heads of the
Israel government, calling them
"bumptious" and "cantankerous."
Mr. Stassen said he was very sorry
to hear that.
In another portion of the hear-
ings. Assistant Secretary of State
Henry A. Byroade testified that
the U. S. has failed "to better re-
lations between Israel and the
Arab states over the past year."
and that he thought the situation
"very dangerous" because the
Continued en Pee* 2
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FRIDAY. JULY M
Stassen Defends Israel in Foreign Aid Hearing
Continued from Page 1
decreasing tension ,n m&^'&S&^ltt'&S&'&Ei
ward
| area."
In his exchange with
U i man !""-----. j ,v..iri> tne commune .-
what ,o do shout .he Arab. And as ure v that foes rice vena If V\u S'Yhlm' n.*hedI under the U.S. aid program.
Arab cun,r>and tell hem n. he ^
border areas are more tense.: In his exchange with Mr. Stas-. ""* B,~r b ciuntrv and tell them, ni
There is a possibility of open hos j Rep Taber a|leged that mem an MM t (r|endlv to 0ptiinUm w a s expressed
found all lu "......_........ ,aw Arthur Z Gardiner, chief politico-
tilities always present in that situ-(bers 0f his committee
at ion," he said. 'sorts of machinery strewn along-
The State Department. Mr. By- sjde the roads that had never been
roade lettered, believes "Russia is ; used, that had been sent over there
trying to appear as the friend and
champion of the Arab states. We
think her motives are quite dif-
lerent and are just the opposite.
We believe she will veto anything
that will appear constructive to-
Rabbi Herson New
Spiritual Leader at
Northside Center
Rabbi A. Herson. of Waco. Texas,
arrived in Miami Tuesday. July 7,
i a assume his duties as spiritual
Itader of Congregation Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center.
Rabbi Herson resigned his posi-
tion as public relations director
ot the Southwestern Region of the
Zionist Organization of America to
. >cept this new post here at 6500
North Miami ave.
For the past eight years, he has
ccupied pulpits in Tyler and Wa-
Tex.. and was instrumental in
the building of new synagogue* in
!h cities. Last summer, he visit-
l I in Israel. Europe and other
points east, and upon his return
v as urged to accept the public
relations post.
While in Europe. Rabbi Herson
granted a private audience
with the Pope in the interest- of
better relations between Jewish
and Christian organizations. A
zreat honor was bestowed on the
Rabbi when he was elected vice
president of the Rabbinical Con-
ference of America.
He also served in Waco as auxil-
iary chaplain of the Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital. Connally Air
Force Base and for the Lion's Club
of which he is an active member.
For his inter-faith work and civic
.-.etivities, he was recognized by
veterans organizations throughout
Texas.
Accompanying Rabbi Herson are
his wife and nine-year-old daugh-
ter.
Friday evening services will be
held at 8:30 p.m. The sermon will
be entitled "Planning for Tomor-
row Today." A sermonette will be
delivered at the Sabbath morning
services at 9 a.m.
by us. I do not know why we sent
it." To this Mr Stassen replied: "I
think that machinery along the
roads goes some years back, and
was damaeed in the war that was
Israel, they will invite you to leave
the country. The feeling is very
intense "
Rep Carl Andersen. Minnesota
Republican, a rankins committee
member, supported chairman Ta-
ber* allegation* against Israel. He
alleged Israel wasted equipment
We
most
and
Norman
Paul.
fought there" I am not *ure hich furn.*h.d b> the United States
road it was. If wo can find out | perm.tud land to b
which road it is we will have it in-
spected and find out. But if it is
on the road from Jerusalem to Tel
Aviv, it is a lot of machinery that
| was damaged in the war. and they
pulled it off the road and allowed
it to rust, as it was not worth re-
pairing."
Rep. Taber criticism of Israel
was continued in "off-the-recor.1 "
discuaaioa deleted from the public
transcript At the end of thi- aa-
r>-t discussion, Mr. Stassen said:
"If anyone goes in and start* to
lecture them (the Israeli* on how
the Arabs should be treated, he
will get some very rough treatment
in response. There is nothing that
causes them to be more incensed
Registration Open at
Miami Hebrew School
Registration for Religious School
in the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will take place the
week beginning August 2. it has
been announced this week by Dave
Kleber. chairman of the board of
education
According to H. M. Drewich.
president, the school has been
completely renovated. "Classrooms
!>een enlarged and redecorat-
ed. The latest in lighting fixtures
have been installed, and new j
desks and the most modern innova-
tion* in the educational field have
been added." Drewich explained.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the congregation, is prin-
cipal of the School. The teaching
staff includes Cantor Berele and
Mrs Kelemer.
economic adviser of the State De-
partment, on the progress of ne-
gotiations by Eric Johnston on r
gional water development,
think." he said, that on
point* at Isaac we found agree-
ment in principal with the Arab
states, who are working in a co-
operative and constructive endeav-
or to harness Urns water* In the
,-,*, ..i the l-ra-li* we also found
that Mr. Johnston made great prog-
re-* m his negotiations
We are more hopeful than we
ever mere." he said, regarding the
outcome And I think it might be
ble to reach agreements of
such nature, within the next few
months, that wo can go to work
through the United Nations Mi
Jordan side by the Ma .,
year." '
Rep. Anderson asked Mr l,
iner. If "the attitude of the
Government has changed i
since last October." Mr. Ga
replied: "definitely, and sohaji
attitude of the Arab governn
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\yroade Echoes Grand Mufti
Continued from Page 1
they would find themselves
active control, for example,
nd, in order thereby to pro-
ncself from their menace and
the consequent damage." The
Aged by removing 400,000 ad-
il Jew* to gas chamber in
iigthe NwU of An*
of "Zionist expansionism,"
Isseini asked them to "accord
destine and to other Arab
ries the right to resolve the
Km of the Jewish elements
lestine and other Arab coun-
accordance with the inter-
file Arabs, and by the same
that the question is now
settled in the Axis coun-
The Nazis agreed but sub-
ntly failed to "liberate" Pal-
to install this policy of "im-
Jity."
It must be pointed out Byroade
fought against the Nazis during
World War Two and gained dis-
tinction as a soldier. As former
director of the State Department's
Bureau of German Affairs, he is
presumed to have first hand knowl-
edge of Nazi-Arab collaboration
against the Jewish people and the
entire Allied cause. -
Dr. Fadhil al Jamali. Iraqi For-
eign Minister, was recently receiv-
ed at the White House as a guest
of honor and complimented be-
cause he agreed to accept the gift
of U.S. munitions. This was done
despite Jaraali's collaboration with
the Nazis, his participation in ag-
gression against Israel, and his
publicly expressed intention to re-
new warfare against Israel as soon
as possible.
The White House is aware of
British Intelligence Report S 410/1,
inkle to Co-chair
rida NCC1
H Weinkle, former head of
i Markets and civic leader, has
appointed Jewish co-chair-
:>f the Florida Region of the
n.il Conference of Christians
lews. He succeeds Louis Hei-
inklc was awarded the region-
CCJ citation in 1953 for his
|inding service to the commu-
vas chairman of the Combin-
pwish Appeal for 1992 and
it of the Greater Miami
Federation in 1953 and
He has been a member of
ederat ion's board since its or-
ation in 1938.
inkle is a member of Beth
Synagogue, Temple Emanu-
Temple Israel. He is a
of Mount Sinai Hospital
kember of B'nai B'rith, as well
per fraternal and civic organ-
e is a member of the
of the National Council of
Federations and Welfare
[ora Sisterhood Party
erhood of Zamora Jewish
hold a "summer kickoff"
Tuesday evening at the Cen-
cheduled were games and re-
nints, with Mrs. Milton Chait
In Sidney Moss in charge.
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1948. It tells how Jamali was in-
strumental in the advancement of
the Nazi cause in Iraq. He con-
tributed bringing about bloody an-
ti-Jewish pogroms which took
many lives.
Zionists believe that State De-
partment policies and Administra-
tion actions prejudicial to Israel
should be opposed because such
developments jeopardize the se-
curity interests of the entire .free
world. They feel that the way to
fight Communist totalitarianism is
by supporting freedom rather than
by forming dubious alliances with
undemocratic elements. No re-
sponsible Zionist has equated By-
roade's recent pronouncements
with pro-Nazism. It is considered
a tragic irony, however, that he
has allowed himself to be persuad-
ed to some aspects of Arab propa-
ganda which were previously ad-
vanced in the grim days of Arab-
Nazi collaboration.
Weiss, Luck
Named Officers
Judy Weiss was elected presi-
dent and Edward Luck, vice presi-
dent at a meeting this week of the
Senior Day Camp of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Town Branch.
The camp is for boys and girls
aged 13 to 15 and is open to the
entire community.
Among the activities participat-
ed in by the Center's Senior Day
Camp are picnics and outings,
swim parties, socials, discussion
sessions and sports and games.
The camp meets each Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 1:30 to 5:30
p.m., at the GMJCC, Town Branch,
450 SW 18th ave.
Members include Judy Weiss,
Edward Luck, Barbara Melnick,
Sandy Hantman, Sandy Levine,
Freddie Lewis, Arline Marlin,
Sharon Loewenstein, Mardi Jacob-
son, Martin Luck, Linda Kurland,
Jerry Kellert, Larry Lefsky, Cedle
Solomon, Stan Warhafd and Andy
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volun..
LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor
5714
History Changes Israel's Allies
History changes alliances rapidly these
days. We ere all prone to think of :r.-.e:r.c-:onal
relations with the Soviet Union as an example
of this, but current happenings in the Near
East ate also an example of evolving attitudes
in the face of evolving events.
Time was when Great Britain seemed Zion-
ism's arch enemy. S r Winston Churchill, a
pivotal figure in English politics for nearly hall
a century and protector of the Empire well be-
fore he assumed office as Prime Minister at the
start of World War II and again after the col-
lapse of the Atlee Socialist regime only recent-
ly thumped his chest in Washington. Ml
repoaters know that "I am a Zior.
Yef, he it was who assumed a major Tole in
the formation of Jordan as an independent Arab
I 'iil'riiiiiii' Remarks
Rep. John Taber's remarks in Congress this
week must certainly be regarded cs unfortun-
cte and another example of the Administra-
s growing anti-Israel pc!
The New York Republican is also chairman
of the House Appropriations Committee.
At a foreign aid hearing, he was most unjudici-
ous in his remarks about the Jewish State. He
also called Israeli leadership "bumptuous and
cantankerous." This undoubtedly represents a
new low in disrespect accorded by one nation
to another.
We fail to understand the objection that the
Republican National Committee is currently
voicing against American Jewry. Committee
spokesmen insist that our government's policy
in the Near East is impartial and that Jews here
fail to understand the difficult position in which
the U.S. finds itself so far as tie trouble spot is
concerned.
Even if we were to assume that these protes-
tations are valid, they certainly can not explain
away Rep. Taber's remarks in Con cress. Nor
can they possibly explain the Republican legis-
lator's insistence that Israelis are wasting
American FOA equipment, allowing it to rust
on the roads and fields, because they simply
don't care to work.
This sort of observation smacks of downright,
common anti-Semitism and echoes similar re-
marks made about American Jews before a
Senate hearing several weeks ago. when one
legislator indicated that he had never seen a
Jew on a farm in Iowa.
It seems to us that the Administration had
better chasten its own cantankerous party
members who hold high office in Washington
before it can hope that the Republican National
Committee's protestations about impartiality
will be accepted as true.
nation, thus
frustration beJ ?Sl3ziK
in Palestine. Otr.er exarr.p.es of a.
activ
t notable, of course, was Britain s re-
luctant release of the Palest.ne mandate ana
the haughty manna in which its troops moved
out of the' area. With the Terr.r.ue
north, the Arabs came up from the south under
their direction. No Royal Army '.eader expect-
ed that his government s ** any-
thing but tempo:- -e::z:" *
ild soon be called upon kg tarn imrond in
onta n I* -=~ ::'e **a
rout i virtually planned.
Israel ma Brit"
ish prestiae :-~?
rerr.cv:-: :: ita LTOOpa frcm the Sum area B
mean the anal wage in :" < =
significc
East and West except perhapi :c: the
toehold now m Jordan through
Pasha Glubb.
Sir Winston's :ece: vuncement in
Washington, even if made ca-tiously and with
en eye toward Arab favor, nonetheless ecu
tinues a precedent established several years
ago on his part to woo Israeli fr.ends:
While the Jewish State previously viewed
these pronouncements skeptically and recog-
nized that this reversal of fortune is based on
British military considerations, Israel's leaders
todcy are somewhat heartened by London's
announced intention last week to reaffirm the
1950 Tripartite Declaration.
Egypt's most recent chief of stdte. insurrec-
tionist Nasser, has openly threatened war with
Israel when the Suez area is evacuated. Cer-
tainly. Britain's reiteration of its willingness to
guarantee the Jewish State's borders, accord-
ing to the articles of the Big Three pact, reflects
mainly its reticence to lose control oi the
pivotal area and only secondarily its desire
to stand behind a declaration that both France
and the United States may well repudiate in
the face of Arab pressures.
But the light of friendship between the two
nations -- Israel and Great Britain shines
now, even if weakly and even if both are es-
sentially motivated by other fundamentally un-
related considerations. History has. indeed,
made strange allies here between two peoples!
one of whom engaged in the most intricate sort
of diplomatic cajolery less than a decade ago
so that the other might never rise to achieve its
independence.
Swift Gorman .luM"i<<>
Few of us hope any longer to change cur-
rent denazification trends in Germany. We
have ceased expressing uncontrollable out-
rage at the lackadaisical manner in which
former war criminals are now being treated.
But every once in a while a news report
comes across our desks that makes even the
most cynical of us bitter.
For example, in Cologne. Dr. Emanuel
Schaefer. an SS brigadier and Gestapo chief
during World War II. was finally charged and
convicted on July 26 with having deported the
city's 13.000 Jews to their deaths during the
Nazi regime. Dr. Schaefer is now serving his
sentence 90 days in jail.
A NEW APPROACH IN PUBLIC RELATIONS was in-htutrt,
the Republic* Administration proceeded to "clear out the-n,
i-u.n back in January, 1953. and to launch forth on t
ram of privately sponsored ine.ss making. Under the i*-
regime government spokesmen stood behind their .p. _lsts"3
to alia) the outraged feelings of major Air r,can ^
from time to time expressing dissatisfaction with U.S. policy t|
The Republican- apparently followed this vote-gen,:
but ,1 !ded innovation* of their own. One of the-, ls ^
to publications throughout the counts by tail
I Manufacturers and endorsed in spirit if nj
(act iministration Psychologically, the newsletter h*
effec1 ting a resurgence of freedom prevalent m thei_
industrial world Thus, the Republican Party may p^JI
fulfillment'' of its traditional platform on laissezfaiu M|
makes completely impossible and whuh Mr.
hardly afford to follow.
This obscurer further the general hoax that a Repuulicai tkj
in 1952 .nean virtual abandonment of the new era in _,
nd participation forged by the late Franklin Roosevelt,
nued through two terms of Harry S Truman tcnur. in office'
Another innovation of the Republican Administr.itmn faj-'jj
the appointment of a full time consultant to the Presiuipt ynJoj
Bernard Katzen. of the Republican Nation,,rc$i
at Washington. DC Mr Katzen is in a frightfully dif: colt
and no public relation expert can envy him. for it h !: task!
fically to advi>c Jewish opinion in the United States th.ii \(tn
lion foreign policy, especially in the Middle East, is not in fact'

THE CONSULTANT'S WORK WAS EASY at th. .;mninr
editors throughout the nation of the !': -idetrtiali
- in nl i I Judge Simon Soboloff as Solicitor General, i Jack Hal
Ml E m nhower, of Murray Snyder as Whiti House i
and of Maxwell Raab as advisor to and sscretan of the 1
he let u< all know about the President's n mrmostl
hip and respect for the Jewsquite a- this wttA
liar characttri-tic for a man in high office to enti riain aBi'jf
rhick -pecial commendation.
But the relations between Israel and the Arab nation -ubseqaa
turned sharply around, and Mr. Katzen found it increasir._;> diffjnkj
1 opinion incensed by the "new look" in Steta,
ment foreign policy It ultimately became his function to insist <
this reversal of fortune in the Near East is s spontaneous milteri
ing out of the currently irreconcilable differences between Israeli
\rab bloc and that I' S. dapsomacy could not be connected wl
new tension- there.
A- an antidote to continued criticism levelled against the.
i-tration. Mr Katzen increased his emphasis on Mr. Else n bowers I
erous appointments, underscoring the fact that the appointees I
Jewish and compounding the felony by failing to discuss tee.
and accomplishment as a result of which, alone, they should
sumably won their advancement. Finding bo success in this
the Republican consultant took particular notice oi the poor i
Administration has been receiving in English-Jewish newspapers
The re>ult of this survey was the latest method in public i
a letter signed by Mr. Katzen on Republican National Committal1
tionery to Dr George Wise, president of the Jewish Tek
Agency Dated July 16. the )etter observes that for a considerablelaj
Trry friends and 1 have been troubled by the obviously partuaa i
of the reports diMe*iruita*.,tbrJ'0ur agency." Mr. Katzen "penljtj
JTA dispatches "distored by half truth and editorialized with
for interpretations and comments."

NOT SATISFIED WITH THIS, the consultant had previously I
h-hed. on July 11, an open letter to "The Day-Jewish Journal" of)
York City, which was addressed to Dr. S. Margosbes. Declining'
a bill of particulars illustrative of this point" (the alleged disto
in hi> correspondence with Dr. Wise, Mr. Katsen launcheda|
orous defense of I" S. policy toward Israel in the News and VatW(
umn of the Yiddish paper.
It is bevond my purpose here to analyze this defense in
amount of polite talking can lead us to forget the Secretary of!
unfortunate remarks upon his return from a feVt-finding touri'
the Near East in 1953. American-sponsored Big Three censunj
Israel in the Kibya affair, failure of the State Department to inau
Arab censure in the Scorpion Pass and Nahalin massacres, our I
disregard except for tacitly-expressed disapproval of the i
blockadc against shipping to Israel routed through the Suez Canall
IS Government Printing Office publication and distribution af J
ill-conceived speeches by Assistant Secretary of State Henry AJ
roade and a host of other matters and events all shaping the
tration s "new look" in the Near East.
Mr Katzen generally attempts to explain away these .
on the basis of Jewish need to identify more closely with our;
ment s effort to contain international Communism, as well as wl
need to consider this nations safety primarily. Insidiously, the '
allegiance charge levelled against Zionists is thus sounded, *]
implication that Jews care about neither, and his veiled threat I
Jewatl national orvaniMlUn. i. w_ i_.__.. >_ .. h/snmc
forced
national organizations in the letter to Dr. Wise becomeil
OMiY WAY TO SlUNCt A GUN
u- KClp!!.y- however' Mr Katzen merely succeeds in let*
th! -,*"* ^ ",h* durin8 '* Democratic Administrations.
mint Cra,,C .k'adt'5 pa,d compliments to Zionists, the State f
ment wa, quietly urging the Arabs not to pay too much atten
the official pronouaoaments in favor of Zioausm."
*
in th?* KA1T"N co"TNUtS TO OBSERVE that all this *
icVn i>,h ,maniur "' S*cret n9 J7la,'ns ,oda> ,s no taught with "behind theba*'<
udes tnw^Th ,n0trU,h- one muM dmit to Jw"h "WPhl,!*J
all, m,J *f^ Ro^velt regime which were identified, as
filed to L"P'.,,"'n ^ hberal !*><* *nich MmuW
S n 11' TJS 9f Roosevelf. duplicity ,n the
Arab dar? r T^*"y Pointing to PDR'i acceptanrt- g
v\".enth for^0n,u,b*i.Saud as -ymbo1 o* ^ir friendship. Mf
a nttl? ade ^P** General Naguib seriously play the I
he S wC:Zal llTi0nS C-4* "HIM 51T3. to believt;
In eHe^ v?otd,tJ,w,e My future belligerence on th.-.rg^
sUmed the?;? KJiKt> "* ,h, ,he in -"*' "" ^
Po^ouM>h",hen<5ew!hl?ae ^^ ***** "^ ** 1,1
cratir ax-. Jewish State was the result el s subsequent J
* Admimstrsatton f,.i,y laclnf ^aA, m|M-aH|
CtMtinvad set Pas 19


)AY. JULY 30. 1954
+Jenisti fkridian
PAGE 5
LOBAL SHORTS
inhower Confers With
ji Minister in Dispute
IASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
Eisenhower last week confer-
lat the White House with Iraqi
>ii;n Minister Fadhil AI Jamali
the Arablsrael situation and
matters. Mr. Jamali would
tell the press that his discus-
involved "general world prob-
and problems affecting our
' The President also received
Irately Lybian Prime Minister
Halim with whom he discuss-
iarious matters in the presence
rice President Richard M. Nix-
Assistant Secretary of State
ry A. Byroade and other offi-
>r Group Preaching Bias
No Legal Certification
)RONTO (JTA) The Ontario
i r Relations Board has refused
ji nation to the Christian Labor
bciation of Canada because its
^titutional requirements that
abers adhere to Christian doc-
18 "serve to impose restrictions
[ eligibility for membership."
((institution of the association
that its aim is "the practical
|ication of Christian principles
llective bargaining." Another
its objectives was to "make
p,i-,:ii(Ui for Christian economic
industrial principles and their
per application."
: ish Anti-Semite to
Trial in Stockholm
rOCKHOLM (JTA) Einar
rg, notorious publisher of vio-
|ly anti-Semitic literature, -is to
trial again on charges of vio-
\r Swedish laws regulating the
jcation of books for instiga-
: of racial hatred. He has been
[ncted of similar charges previ-
This time, police allege that,
line of 1852. and several limes
f, he produced and distributed
: pamphlets, all in foreign lan-
d's, most of them in Spanish,
taining violent defamations of
ch Woman in Cowl for
lapping Jewish Orphan
HK HAGUE (JTA) A Dutch
has begun the trial of Mrs.
I I.andeyk-Van Moorst. 52, on
fees of having three times kid-
bed Rebecca Mehado, 14-year-
[.'cwjvh war orphan who was
vith the Catholic woman when
|parents were murdered by the
Rather than surrender the
to the Jewish community,
I.andedykVan Moorst moved
[from one convent to another
p-event the Dutch police from
ing up with her. The prose-
demands a one-year sentence.
----:______________i
lany's Upper House
troves Genocide Pact
INN I.ITAi The Bundesrat,
Jet Mouse of the West German
pamebt, gave unanimous con-
a bill pledging Germany's
ference to the United Nations
lontion Against Genocide. This
Meted Parliamentary action on
Oneasure and left only one step
formal signature by President
Odor Heuss before the mea-
becomes law. The bill, which
tws in Germany the crime
ph Germany originated in the
|em world, was first introduc-
Parliament last December.
|"sh Body in Germany
proves Property Pact
[JSSKLDORF (JTA) The
\*A Council of Jews in Ger-
|y. at its plenary meeting here,
toved m principle the under-
ling arrived at in Frankfurt
April to distribute heirless
puunal and endowment proper
Nually between the re-estab-
|d Jewish communities in Ger-
v on lh one hand and. on the
r. the 'successor organization"
JaeaUag major Jewish bodies
ughout the world. The funds
"">g to these organizations are
F*d by them mainly to Jewish
1 bodies and to the Jewish
pcy for resettlement purposes.
Mendes-France Seeks' Views
Of Jews on Calendar Reform
PARIS U7A) French Foreign
Minister Pierre Mendes-France has
requested Acting Chief Rabbi .!.,
cob Kaplan of France to present
the views of French Jewry on a
world calendar reform proposal, it
was learned here. Rabbi Kaplan, In
reply, stressed the serious reper-
cussions on Jewish religious ob-
servance of a proposal now before
the United Nations for calendar re-
form in a manner which would un-
fix the position of the Sabbath.
UN Body Votes to Admit
Rumania; U.S. Opposes Move
GENEVA (JTA) The UnRed
Nations Economic and Social Coun-
cil has voted to admit Rumania in-
to membership in the United Na-
tions Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization, but the mar-
gin by which the vote passed indi-
cated that the application might
be rejected in the UNESCO Gen-
eral Council, where membership
applications must be accepted by
two-thirds majority. The vote on
admission was ten for, seven
against and one nation abstaining.
Voting against were the United
States, Britain, France, Turkey,
China, Cuba and Ecuador. Vene-
zuela abstained.
Israel Will Soon Have to
Decide on German Attitudes
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel will
soon have to make a decision on
whether in establish diplomatic re-
lations with Germany, Dr. Nahum
I Goldmann, chairman of the Jew-
i-h Agency, declared here. Dr.
Goldmann stressed that the ques-
, tion of Israel German relations will
become much more important next
year, when Germany is expected
. to regain its sovereignty.
Eisenhower Signs Bill
Awarding Medal to Berlin
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower this weekend
signed the Congressional bill
awarding a gold medal to song
writer Irving Berlin in recognition
of his services in composing many
popular songs, including "God
Bless America." The President in-
vited Mr. Berlin and his wife to
visit the White House to witness
the ceremony of signing the bill.
Emanu-El Young Adults
Plan Sunday Dance
Young Adult Group of Temple
Emanu-El will hold its annual
"Cotton Capers Dance" at the
Shore Club Hotel on Sunday, Au-
gust 1, at 9 p.m., according to Irv-
ing Scherr, president
The evening will feature enter-
tainment and dancing to the music
of Lowel Pontee and his orchestra.
Arrangements are being made
by Bob Stone, Dave Goldfine, Stan
Sonimers, Wilma Fine, Kathy Roth-
men, Debbie Graboyes. Zoe Star
and Phyllis Goldstein.
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WASHINGTON (JTA) Maj.
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of Israel's defense forces, was
taken by the U.S. Army to Fort
Meade and Second Army Head-
quarters. The General witnessed
the Third Armored Cavalry Regi-
ment stage a tactical demonstra-
tion. He was accompanied by Col.
Chaim Herzog. chief military at-
tache of the Israel Embassy, Col.
Yitzchak Rabin, director of train-
ing of the Israel defense forces,
and Lt. Col. M Peled. assistant di-
rector of training.
Construction of $10,000,000
Medical Center Started
JERUSALEM (JTA) Actual
construction work on the new
$10,000,000 Hadassah Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center began last
week as bulldozers started clearing
a site for the erection of a nurses
school, the first building to go up.
The construction work was held
up for the past seven months by
a dispute between medical center
officials and farmers from the
nearby village of Katra who used
part of the site for the growing of
Senate Body Urges U.S.
Prevent Resumption of War
WASHINGTON (JTA) Re-
sumption of the Arab-Israel war
"would be so inimical to American
interests that the prevention of it
must be one of the major points
of United States policy," it was
urged here in a report on pending
Mutual Security legislation issued
by the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee. The committee reaf-
firmed its support of the tripartite
declaration of May 25, 1950, in
which opposition was expressed to
the use of force by any country in
the Near East.
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^Istnuk^fK
== Softball Representative
British Withdrawal Seen Dangerous *--**
Continued from Po 1
here is that the factors now en
nere is inai lire i*ii> =- eject OI uruiui ~ -.,-- i-|\ nre-ent defense ;,nn
couraging the United States to fronUer up agwnst the frorUers of .eakens Israel P >|ncf ,,
woo the Arab states by adjusting Jordi,n And few in Israel think positions .fiance in the
in their favor the military balance jjut the signatories of the Tnpar
-etween them and Israel, would. tn> > Declaration wouldif Egypt
-eigh just as much in the event of gamed her objectivensk antag
-.'iirea&ive move? by Egypt against
Israel, especially if these moves
were piece-meal.
It i- feared, for instance, that
Beach Branch
Slates Carnival
E^ may be tempte ^T^Tnu^K K SUS Sg
th? kraeu port of Bath with the ** "LTeJpt bhricnllj Brunch on Wednesday III the fifth
ooject of bringing the Egyptian wrtl ^{ dm ^^ Sundav mm,ng men., soft-
intramural-
lunges the military balance in tne Jfm representatives met to
area and make it eas*r Inrfcw P< ^ |ans lor ue end of
*Sf ?'rte^,,nen, .end n,und play and final play-
^rSJfS* ofb. H b announced by Ted Kap-
ble from its correspondent in Jem Un_ nealth and physical education
^iem. similarlv emphasised that. wmmMef chairman.
Committee members include Sel
oninng the Arab* b> compelling
Egyptian withdrawal from the stra-
tegic Israeli port on the Gulf
Foreign observers here consider
as justified Israel's argument that,
when the Jewish State was at war
with Egypt in 1948. her forces ad-
vanced deep into the Sinai penin
sula but then withdraw to the
Sunday. August 1. will be one north because it was felt that the
EgVpVand Britain result m^he ^, ^ ^ ^ *
of the highlights of the Beach
Branch Day Camp program for the
summer At that time, all groups.
as well as parents and friends will
participate in an annual carnival.
The entire community of Miami
Beach has been invited to attend
this program, according to Mrs.
Harry Morris and Mrs. Albert Gray-
- and Mrs. Abraham Cohen, day
camp chairman.
Among those assisting in plan
Mnai Desert, with British forces
at its southern edge, was an effec-
tive barrier to Egyptian military
adventure against Israel.
Those in Israel who make this
claimand they include some in
fluential members of the govern-
mentadd that these circum-
stances were foremost also in the
I minds of the Israeli negotiators
.rthdrawai of MMrr~ Murray ^on. Knights of Pyth-
the Suez Canal base. I ^ Wen* J ^ ^
10ns w,ll be matena lv weak tt* .
SS3KST-SS ^bard. Center Voung Adult
Z expected Egyptian develop- League: and Joe Levme. Beth Da-
ment by diplomatic action >
i vid Men's Club.
Subbot Gets Chamber
r.ing for the show are the parents" Courtesy Award Here
telephone committee, including
Mrs. Clarence Bussey and Mrs.
Louis Kessler. chairmen, and the
Mesdames Al Portman. Clemen
Ehrlich. Seymour Schesnider. Jo-
H ph Feldman and Joseph Ger-ten
Camp counsellor- working on
the project include Miss Rhoda
n. camp program director.
Selm;. Saitman. Fred Malakoff.
Jame Solomon. Stella Katz. Theo-
dore Wolff. Harriet Mandell. Mt-1
vyn Katzen. Rodney Leslie. James
Honigbaum. Stephen Traiman.
Jem-. Aviva Kaminetzky.
Roberta Freeman. Jean Deutch.
Barbara Baum. Ins Sprafkin and
ile Fine.
Groups in camp work on arts
and crafts projects, including cork
ten -hell jewelry, waste pa-
per baskets, copper crafts and dif-
itrent kinds of puppets.
Camp theme for the past week
was a birthday party. The camp
mi divided according to birthdays,
and each month of the year work-
Eddie Subbot. service manager
at McGahey s Motors, has been
selected this week's winner of the
Courtesy Award, conducted year
round by the courtesy committee
of the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce
Leo Eisenstein. chairman of the
courtesy committee, announced
thi- week that Subbot was selected
on the basi> of a letter received
from a New York visitor whose
treatment by Subbot wu "so ex-
ceptionally fine, hi- coarteoai
cooperative treatment to c jt-tand-
ing that 1 wish to cali it t
attention."
Subbot ines at 3150 Freeman
Street. Miami. Florida.
This week's bond was made
available by the Miami Beach Rail-
way Company. Others cooperating
in this program by furnishing
bonds are Florida Power and Light
Company. Chase Federal Savings
and Loan. Miami Beach Federal
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Dr. Donald A. Schultz (right), of the Cerebral Palsy Association,
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Commander Ernest Hams, oi the Coral Gables Post No. 243.
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Presentation took place at a recent open meeting of the or-
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PAGE?
'he Life of Theodor Herzl: His
Personal Triumph and Tragedy
By JOSEPH NEDAVA
AJP
llTOlt'S NOTK: .Ifwish onran-
Lh throURhnUt the wmlil > [iik III iiiiiiiifiiiciraii- the flftlsth
hiiics the pausing of Tbodor
founttw of ZionlKiii. with a
of i-vcnts whlrh I'onimenred
ji Th Joint Herat Committee
. Jewish An*n<-y and the Amnrl-
Eliiiilt Council have acheduled
memorial meetings during- the
_., <(f Novi-mber and December,
End January. 1SS8. Following In
i, .mil Inntallmi-nt of a series of
Irtk'lea dealing '"> some nf the
[Intimate phase* nf Herd's life,
luthor recently shared top honors
nint first and second prise wln-
lf thi- 1953 Robert S. Marrus
Vial Kwxay t'ontest sponsored by
ir.,rld Jewish CnnirresB.)
Heril end Julie Neichsuer
feodor Herzl and his wife, Julie
hauer. never got along very
together. It is, of course, im-
jle to shoulder either one of
with the responsibility for
They were simply tempera-
ally unsuited to 6ne another
I the very beginning. She was
('hearted, if not frivolous. She
pd to enjoy life and was scep-
tabout Herzl's great mission
y sensible person could see
[it was an unattainable dream,
was all for the "now" of life,
Stely refusing to associate her-
rith anything that depended
tie future, however bright its
lise. She fell in love with
precisely because of his en-
"now." This handsome young
Fwith the black Assyrian beard
fiery, dreamy eyes, was adored
nany a young girl in Vienna.
las a rising star of the Austrian
Ire and newspaper world, and
the doors of nearly all the aristo-
cratic societies were open to him.
Life could be wonderfully exciting
with a man like this.
Herzl, on the other hand, was an
idealist by nature. Even during
those years when he was working
for success on the Viennese liter-
ary scene, he felt an inner rest-
lessness which would ultimately re-
sult in his vision of the Jewish
State. He was increasingly inclin-
ed to sacrifice the ephemeral bene-
fits of success for a soul-satisfying
cause.
Herzl married Julie in 1889. and
it seems that the first years of
their marriage ran smoothly
[.enough, if not entirely harmoni-
ously. The three children who
were born to them in quick suc-
| cession helped to bridge the gap
between the couple. Herzl was a
very sentimental father, and some
of his finest ieuilletons centered
around the children's room. But
when Zionism entered his life, his
relationship with his wtfe deteri-
orated, and there was almost an
open rift between them. It was
often said that Julie was bitterly
antagonistic to Zionism and hated
everything that it stood for. This
may perhaps be a bit unfair to her.
Actually, she was opposed to Zion-
ism in the'same way that she was
opposed to any idea that was "not
feasible."
Moreover, after Herzl published
The Jewish State" in 1895, he
plunged into political activities,
leaving very little time for Julie.
He was often away on lengthy
les to Appear
[Schumann Work;
lomon's Last Bow
instn Garcia Medeles will be
soloist with the University
kiami Summer Symphony Or-
[m on Sfcriday evening, August
[p.m.. during the seventh pop
frt of the season at Miami
Auditorium.,
?r makes his third and final
irance as guest conductor of
trammer symphony,
atured work will be the Con-
in A minor, op. 54, by Robert
|mann. with Mr. Medeles at the
io to be performed are Over-
lo "La Princess Jaune," by
s Camilla Saint-Saens; Sym-
y No. 85, "The Queen of
?," by Joseph Hydn; inci-
II music to "A Midsummer
Is Dream," by Felix Mendels-
and March Slav, op. 31, by.
Tschaikowsky.
Medeles, a Mexican pianist,
born in Jalisco, where he be-
lli is study of music. For fur-
|study he went to the Normale
i>l ot Music in Paris. On his
\n (b Mexico, he was invited
s*sr.it the National Con-
later gave up the post in or-
lo concentrate on educational
)rts;iJi collaboration with the
Department of "Belles
" Since 1944, Mr. Medeles
poured the American conti-
giving concerts of interna-
|l music in the big theatres of
TnlterT States and in the well
|n musical centers of Latin
T'ca.
1 is known as one of the great
bretors of French music, es-
lly Debussy. Mr. Medeles has
d under the sponsorship of
i "iM.rs of Educators in the
mil South Americas and is
Hered in Mexico the most sig-
|nt artistic ambassador"
Id.
[licist to Appear
s Mori Fremon, local public-
ill address Friends of the
Lively Arts. 2100 Washing-
Ive., on Friday, August 6. at
1p.m. She will discuss "Pub
1 is an Adventure." Mr. Chaim
I Program assistant of the Mi-
peach Recreation Department,
chairman of the meeting.
Chaplain Ralph H. Blumen-
thal. of Philadelphia, has
been assigned as instructor
to the stall and faculty oi The
Chaplain School, Ft. Slocum,
N.Y. A veteran of World War
II, where he saw service in
the China-India-Burma The-
ater, he will take over hi*
teaching duties at the school
after completing a four-month
orientation course at the
Army Command and Staff
School in Leavenworth. Kan.
Prize-Winning
Essays Sought
Prize-whining essays on Ameri-
canism and citizenship are being
sought for use in tfie county-wide
Citizenship Jfa\\ ceremonies Sep-
tember 17 iir ttayfeont Park Audi
torium. *
Citizenship Day is sponsored by
the Harvey'W. Seeds Post of the
American Legion, in cooperation
with the Department of Justice
Immigration and Naturalization,
Service and all civic, fraternal and
patriotic groups.
General chairman is E. Albert
Paliot. Honorary chairman is Fed-
eral Judge John W Holland.
The essays, with the winners'
names, ages and schools should
be sen* to th> committee's co-rhair-
men. Gilbert J. Balkin or Helen
Alpert. BaHrht. director of the
B'nai B r i t h Anti-Defamation
League, has his office in the Sey
bold Building- ________^_
Teenage Club Party
Teenage Club of the North Dadc
Jewish Center will sponsor a movie
party at the center on Saturday,
July 31st, 8 p.m.
visits to various European capitals.
Thise Zionists,'" she used to say,
"robbed me of my husband." She
was also jealous of the women he
used to meet at various confer-
ences and during his calls at the
Courts ttf" the mighty. She did not
care to attend the Zionist Con-
gresses, and by absenting herself
from Zionist society, she ultimately
imposed upon herself the burden
of loneliness. Then she was high-
strung and sensitive, and her ear-
lier gaiety was replaced by a grow-
ing morbidity.
Julie also cou'J not get along
with her mother-in-law. The feel-
ing of dislike was mutual. Here
again was a vast difference in tem-
perament. Herzl s mother was ma-
jestic, strong-willed and domineer-
ing. Julie was over-tender, had
been pampered to a point of weak-
ness, and later tended to be hyster-
ical. They clashed on many oc-
casions, and Herzl was often torn
between two loyalties. However,
he nearly always sided with his
mother, whom he adored. He
would undertake nothing of im-
portance before consulting her,
and on returning from his meet-
ings with the great personages of
the day he always rushed first to
his parents. Julie came next
and this was. of course, bound to
shatter her feelings of security.
She found that somebody else
"owned" her husband.
Then there was the question of
finances, although it is doubtful
how much Julie knew about their
monetary situation before Herzl's
death. He received a salary, as is
well known, from the "Neue Freie
Presse." Yet this could hardly
have sufficed even for the bare
minimum of his expenses in con-
nection with the Zionist movement.
The fact is that, in pursuing his
Zionist work. Herzl spent his wife's
dowry (the Naschauers were quite
wealthy); indeed, this later proved
most detrimental to the welfare of
hi3 children. He maintained the
Zionist organ. "Die Welt," the man-
aging editor of* which was Julie's
brother, Paul. The latter must
have known the real state of
Herzl's financitf affairs. He died
at an early fta considered by the Naschauers as
"the first victim of Zionism."
Herzl's father. Jacob, supported
him steadfastly until the time of
his death in 1902. Herzl never for-
got that it was his father who had
lovingly copied the final draft of
"The Jewish State," and that the
old man had always been a fervent
believer in his ideas. On this ac-
count, too, Julie often clashed with
him. She was tired of his stories
about the devotion of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schenker. ot 501 74th st.. Miami Beach,
this week made a cash donation "in the five figure bracket"
which will spur the completion of the new synagogue building
of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, according to Rabbi Isaac
Ever, spiritual leader. The auditorium, to seat 700 persons,
will be completed in time for the High Holy Days.
Vicki Cummlngs in 'Affairs of State' at
Biltmore Tuesday; Gibberson Male Lead
Lovely Vicki Cummings will star
in Sam Hirsch's next production,
"Affairs of State," which opens
Tuesday, August 3, at the Biltmore
Playhouse for a two-week run. The
Broadway comedy hit will be pre-
sented nightly, except Monday, at
8:30 p.m.. with matinees on Satur-
day and Sunday.
Miss Cummings. who began her
career as a lyric soprano, estab-
lished herself in the legitimate
, theatre when she appeared on
I Broadway in "Voice of The Tur-
tle."
I From that point on the Boston-
I born act"es hs hecom ip of
I the theatre's ablest and busiest
I comediennes. She also starred in
I the Broadway production of "I've
I Got Sixpence."
Moviegoers will remember Miss
' Cummings for her comedy role in
"I Can Get It For You Wholesale," |
and radio fans have heard her on
many programs, including "Thea-
tre Guild of the Air." Her more
than 200 television appearances in-
clude Robert Montgomery Pre*
ents. Tho Somerset Maugham Plav-
house, Broadway TV Theatre. Me-
dallion Theatre and the Philco
Playhouse.
In recent months. Miss Cum-
mings has been touring the coun-
try in summer stock.
( Heading the supporting cast of
the Biltmore's next production will
Miss VickPCvmm'mys
be the Broadway and screen star.
William Gibberson. On Broadway.
I Mr. Gibberson has appeared in "It
Takes Two,1' "For Love or Money."
I "Oh Mr. Meadowbrook." and "Tuo
Blind Mice."
In addition to his many screen
i appearances, Mr. Gibberson has
I done a great deal of television
| work and two years ago became
host for the Admiral Corporation
TV program.
Quarter century of medical service is acknowledged by Dr. Jesse Halperin (second from,
right), secretary of national medical society P hi Delta Epsilon, as he pins gold keys on Drs.
Julius Pearson and Maurjce Edelman. Newly installed president Dr. Leo Levin looks on dur-
ing proceedings at the Algiers Hotel, where th e society's annual banquet was held as part
ol its Golden Jubilee yxn\


Beatrice Doych Becomes Mrs. Schemer
In July 4 Wedding at Rabbi's Home
The home of Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff. 711 Lenox ave., Miami Beach,
was the scene of (he July 4 after-
noon wedding of Miss Beatrice
Doych and Gerald Eugene Schem-
er.
The bride is the daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. Herman Doych, 980 SW
7th st., Miami, and the bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Schemer, Jacksonville.
White embroidered organdy
fashioned the ankle-length, bouf-
fant skirted gown of the bride,
which featured a fitted pointed bo-
dice and matching long-sleeved bo-
lero with a stand-up collar. Her
fingertip veil was edged in pearls
and fell from a Juliet cap decorat-
ed with seed pearls. Her bouquet
was a prayer book shower of ste-
phanotis centered with a white or-
chid.
Maid of honor was the bride's
sister. Miss Vickie Doych. who
wore a ballerina-length pink dress
and carried a colonial bouquet of
pastel flowers. Bernard Silverman,
of Jacksonville, was best man. The
bride's book was kept by Miss
Frankie Schemer, sister of the
groom.
A reception was held immediate-
ly following the ceremony and a
dinner for the families of the bride
and groom was held at the Sterling |
Hotel.
Mr. Schemer is a graduate of the
University of Florida, where he
majored in accounting. His social
fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi. The
bride also attended the University
of Florida and was employed by
the Southern Bell Telephone and
Telegraph Co.
After their honeymoon, the
couple will reside in Atlanta. Ga..
where the groom is stationed with
the armed forces
Mrs. StrmU t. Schtmtr
Loretta Israel
Becomes Fiancee
Loretta Israel and Lawrence
Goldberg are making wedding
plans for early in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Israel. 5011
SW 6th st., are announcing their
daughter's engagement.
Formerly of Chicago. Ill. Misi
Israel graduated from Miami Sen-
ior High School.
Mr. Goldberg, son of the Israel
Goldbergs. 3105 SW L'4th st.. at-
tended Ohio school-
BIRTHS
New arrivals In the Greater Mi-
ami area include:
Mark Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs
Daniel Finkelslein, 316 SW 51-<
ave.
Sharlene, daugher of Mr. and
Mr- Abraham Kdl.n. 77o NW H ave.
Alan Keith, son of Mr andI Mrs
Murray Marcus. 1901 SW 36th ave
o
Phvllis Ellen, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Benjamin Kahn. 25. WH
85th st.
o
James Mitchell, son of Mr and
Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, MM AdMU
ave
0
JoAnne. daughter of Mr "'*
Mi- Herbert Myers. '-0l M"
seilles dr.
Deborah GoWa, daughter ol Can
lor and Mrs. Abraham Seit. 1011
Michigan ave
o
Maurice, son of Mr and Mr-
Leonard Baskin, 531 Zamora ave
o
Arthur, son ol Mr and Mrs. Al-
bert Rosenberg. 315 West 60th st..
Hialeah.
o
Susan Lee, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Clarence Siegel. 1128 NW 7th
ave.
Robert Dean, son of Mr and Mrs
William Kessler, 2622 SW 8th -I
o
Marvin Mark. BOD of Mr. and
Mr- Samuel Davidson. 6103 SW
14th st.
Judith Kay's Troth
Revealed by KinUIes
The engagement of their daugh-
,,r, Judith Kay. t MartiniE Us*
ling. Miami, is announced by Mr.
and Mr- Paul P 1 inkle. St, Louta,
Mo
Mr Uebling la (he son of Mrs.
,.,,, |.ling. 1236 SW 22n.l ave.,
and graduated from the University
0f Miami He is now in his senior
vear at Washington University
School of Medicine. St. Louis.
He i- a member of Phi Beta PI
medical fraternity and Tau Ep-ulon
|>hi WCteJ fraternity.
Ifiss Pinkie also attended Wash-
ington University, where her roritv was Sigma Delta Tau.
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Mist Judith K. finale
Personally
New vacation arrivals at Dun-
craggan Inn. Hendersonville. N.C,
include Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin,
1819 SW 3rd St.; Mrs. Jack Pector,
1895 SW 25th st.; Mr. and Mrs. B.
Schrager. 64 Ocean dr.; Mr. and
Mrs. Al Wise. 608 SW 18(h ave.:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker. 615
We-t 471h st.; Mr. and Mrs. S. I.
Besvinick. 4011 Prairie ave.; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Salter. 960 Bay
dr.; and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Kazer,
Ocean Haven Hotel.
6 -Cr ft
Mrs. Charles Leeds is recuper-
ating in her Bayfront Manor home
after major surgery at Mount Si-
nai Hospital.
A it ft
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Ham
mond. of 5901 North Bayshore dr..
left Thursday for Baltimore. Md.,
to visit Dr. Hammond's parents
and Mrs. Hammond's brother and
sister-in-law. They will return to
Miami via New York and a flight
to Puerto Rico, where Mrs. Ham-
mond's brother and sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Sy Robins, are engag-
ed in extensive hydroponic farm-
ing projects.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, of
Tucson, Ariz., former Miami resi-
dents, are visiting their children.
Df. and Mrs. Murray Miller, and
grandchildren. Michael Ann and
Alison, of 200 NW 41st ave
ft ft ft
Here from Irvington. N.J., on a
one-month vacation visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Cohen. 1711 SW 9th st.. is Mrs,
Gideon Lichtman. With her are
daughters Beth Lynn and Debra
Suzanne. Mrs. Lichtman is the
former Esther Ann Cohen of this
city.
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A sojourn in Europe is on the
agenda for Sadye Nathan. Miami
Beach beauty authoritv, who will
sail from New York August 14 on
(he He de France. Miss Nathan
plans to travel through France
Italy and Switzerland.
ft ft ft
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Gronstein.
of 1523 Meridian ave.. left last
week for an extended vacation to
visit with their children in Los
Angeles.
Speaki
mq
Vacationing at Edgewater Man-
or. Hendersonville, N.C. are Judge
and Mrs. Raymond Nathan and'
family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel'
Maltz. Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Oko-
lica. Mr. A. Segal. Rabbi and Mrs,
J. Silberberg, Mr. and Mrs. S.'
Levin, Mr. Louis Friend and Mr
and Mrs. L. J. Uttel.
ft ft ft
Vacationers at Osceola Lake Inn.
Hendersonville. N.C. include Dr.
nd Mrs. S. J. Kaufman and family,'
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Greiss and
son. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fo-1
gel. Mr. and Mrs. B. Deutschman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou August. Mr. and
Mrs. S. Pozen and son. Sam Pas-
ternak. Mr. and Mrs M. A. Baskin
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mark.'
Dr. and Mrs. Julian Robinson, Mr. i
and Mrs. A. A. Rothstein. Mr. and '
Mrs. D. Rifkin and Mr. and Mrs. |
Sam Lubin.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver. 710
SW 21st rd., are off with their sons
on a two-week motor tour through
New York and the mountains.
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Back after a tour through Geor-
gia. North Carolina and Virginia
arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Adel-
man. of 4451 SW 1st at, Miami.
With them were their children
Harriet, Ted and Marty.
ft ft ft
,nM,r ,d Mrs JosePh Schwadron.
1941 SW 19th ave.. Miami, are on
vacation in Hendersonville NC
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beck of
2331 SW 19th st.. Miami, have been
entertaining Mr. Becks brother
Martin Beck, of New York City for
the past few weeks He left Fri-
day for an extended trip through
the southwest.
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Miami Mayor and Mrs Abe:
Aronov.tz and daughter. Edith are
spending several weeks at o.sce-'
ola Lake Inn. Hendersonville. N.C.'
oir ,afnfd '"** *>' S- Goldstrom.l
1524 Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach '
leave August 2nd for a one-month i
vacation at Duncraggan Inn. Hen-
dersonville, N.C.
Miss tvfh Koienblulh
Rosenbluth, Mesh
Plan Fall Wedding
Miss Ruth Rosenbluth and Stan-
ley D. Mesh are engaged. The
couple's betro(hal is being an-
nounced here by (he bride-elect's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ro-
senbluth. New York City
Mr. Mesh is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Mesh. 2902 SW 22nd
tcr, Miami.
Miss Rosenbluth attended Brook-
lyn College in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mr. Mesh is a graduate of the
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Alpha Phi Omega fra-
ternity. He is now in service in
the Army, with the Finance Oltice
at Staten Island. NY.
A fall wedding is being planned
by the betrothed couple
Academy Women
Launch Greeting
Card Project
Hebrew Academy Women began
iln- week their annual New Year
greeting card project for the third
cutive j car.
According to Mrs Sidney Ru-
binowitz, president, "beautiful and
..rtistic cards have been especially
designed for the Academy Women
and are now being distributed to
local residents and friends of the
Acadcmv ."
Mrs Isidore Spolter. chairman of
the New Year cards committee,
slated that a crew of more than
10 women are working on'the* pro
jecl and that by the early part'of
next week the cards will reach
most homes here.
"The Hebrew Academy Women
have received many congratulatory
notes in the past lauding them for
initiating this project." said Mrs.
Spoiler. The appreciation ex-
pressed by the community indi-
cates the important service the
Academy Women are rendering to
the community in addition to the
social and culturat value of this
project."
Olhers inlillaf jsasW^ project
are the Mcsdame.i Benjamin Korn-
reich. Aaron S Lauer. Rose Lobel.
Abraham Mason. Joaepb Rackov-
sky. David Seid. Ted Selevan. Jo-
seph Shapiro. Abraham Steinberg
and Joseph Zemel.
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Airs, mtlmri t. Uhlttiq*
Schlesingers Take
Midwest Honevi
a/
Mr. and Mrs. David Lee*]
New Kensington. Pa. .mm
the marriage of their dam
dinner was held in the Sen
son of Mrs. Rose Schlcsinjerl
ami Beach, on Monday. July;
Attending the couple wen]
Georgene Bobbins and
Goldner, both of Miami. A *g
dinner was held in the Scq
zade Room of the Hotel
The bride is a graduate i
Kensington public schools aid I
Traphagen School of Art. N York City. She is now coordn.
1 of advertising and publicity
Serbin of Miami.
Mr. Schlesinger is a grad'-itej
Duke University and received I
degree in education from the I
versity of Miami. He i- a (ea
in Forida's Dade < ounty
; system.
He is well known in the
j having appeared in many ta
| cal productions, including ll
j Community Plavtr-
After a wedding trip through!]
midwest, the couple will re.u
their home. 300 NW 20th art.
True Sisters Lunch i
Algiers Wednesday]
I The 106th annual luncheoB]
the United Order of the Tret!
ters will be held on We
August 4. at the Hotel Algiers.!
Joseph Berman, chairman .of J
function, announced.
The annual get together.?*;
is scheduled for 12 r.oon a
Scheherazade Room, i- l*n''
members of the Order, in
women from out-of town
who will be in Miami Beach!
"True Sister Day."
Assisting in the arrange
for the affair, that wif! nxtnifj
card party following lunrheotj
Mrs. Marie London and Mrs-1
Feldoa.
Mrs. Sue Seigelbautn irl
dent of the organization tWM
sors cancer solicitation
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Jordan Matlinsto
Live in Amsterdam
Jordan Mall.n and Mun Denial
Ph.v||ls von der Roer were mar-
July 27 AmS'erdam- """'nd. on
,br,d7U^ graduate
nurse, j, a den,a| ^
echninan and i, employed ln ,h,'
Children I Dental Clinic
Mr. Matlin. son of Mr and Mr,
Irving J. Matl.n. IIlg sw 5n ,
graduated from TuUne I ,J '
He is now ,n his senior year at he
University of Amsterdam. !
mg medicine. >
riarftj hoi7mo"'> <>" the Ri-
v.eraa the coupie w, llve In Am
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Mayor Abe Aronovitx (right) presents keys to the dry of 1
to Izler Solomon, guest conductor of the University ft?1
Summer Symphony Orchestra, and Mrs. Solomon, rttf
Bmder. member of the board of the Symphony Club.


?phomore
[Scholarship
bar-old Miami girl, Bar-
in cr, of 2120 SW 20th st.,
[named one of three win-
$175 annual international
frith GJnl scholarships,
lith Youth Organization
jlers in Washington, D.C.,
linced.
lardncr, daughter of Mrs.
Gardner, la an under-
Pat the University of Mi-
a major in physical edu-
hi' will enter her sopho-
Ir this fall,
president of BZB B'nai
ph chapter. Miss Gardner
1-54 president of District
a, B'rith Girls, a geograph-
iion which comprises the
Ihern states along the At-
kast.and Maryland and
Ion, D.C.
Fa member of Phi Delta Pi
national p r ofessional
Mother, Baby Core Classes
Offered by Local Red Cress
Free instruction in mother and
baby care will be offered again by
the Red Cross in a class beginning
at 7 p.m., Tuesday, August 3. at
the chapter building, 5020 Biscayne
blvd.
Persons may complete the free
course by attending six sessions
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Tuesday
and Thursday evenings. Instructor
will be Mrs Martha Owen Wolfe,
registered nurse and director of
Red Cross nursing services.
Fathers and prospective fathers
frequently attend the mother and
baby care classes and are welcome,
Red Cross officials said.
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Second Session Opens
At Flagler Camp
Twenty-five new facgs were add-
ed to the day camp scene at the
Flagler Granada Day Camp during
the opening of the second four-
week period on Monday.
On the closing day of the first
period, the senior boys presented
a woodburning project spelling
out "Camp Kadimah" and record-
ing the contribution of this group
in 1954. The blocks of wood will
be hanged in the brcezeway of the
building.
On August 2. parents, campers
and counselors will each contri-
bute to a talent show scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Dansky
and Al Ziegler are in charge of
parent participation.
Mrs. Alhtrt rick
Florence, Albert Pick Schedule Buffet
Honoring University Symphony Artists
Florence and Albert Pick will have their annual buffet supper on
the lawn of their Pinetree dr. home following the pops concert of the
University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra at the Miami Beach
Auditorium on Sunday evening, August 1. The buffet will honor past
present and future artists of the Symphony who are in town.
Among those present will be Dean and Mrs. John Bitter. Mr. and
Mrs. Uler Solomon, Dr. and Mrs. Modeste Alloo, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Dubois, pianist Fausto Garcia Medeles, who will be guest artist at the
Sunday concert when Mr. Solomon makes his-final appearance in a
series of three here, Joan Field, who will be soloist August 8 in ;i
reading of the Lalo "Symphonic Espagnol," with Dr. Alloo conducting,
and Betty Cole, one of the soloists scheduled for August 15, when Dean
Bitter returns to the podium.
Other guests will include Dr. and Mrs. Jay F. W. Pearson. Marie
Volpe, Mrs. Claude Renshaw, the J. R. O'Neills, the Alexander Kogan-.
Dr. and Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell, the Joseph Duntovs, the John B. Reids.
Mr. Allen Reskin and others.

liss Barbara Gmrimtr
education sorority for
and will be eligible for
In into Alpha Lambda Delta.
\\\ honorary society, in Sep-
ii! -hip winners are selected
lln.-i- of scholastic accomp-
li- plus unusual leadership
ments in B'nai B'rith. the
lity and high school or col-
li nth Girls, which makes
pecified number of these
Mini grants available to its
each year, is one of the
constituent agencies of B'nai
i'outh Organization, junior
pi B'nai B'rith.
fo Feature
Exhibits on
|isfory, Institution*
red by the Fourth of July,
kmi Public Library wiM pro
[month-long program to'earl
jm to the story of the' found
iirvHopmcnf of-the United1
in- Frank B.' Sdasa, dire*
riounced here.
[lain library and its branch-
call attcaMdtf through dis-
the many books that will
fcaders better to understand
N>reciate the country in
v live. Dr. Sessa pointed
the United States "is many
*nd many peoples whose
Minds unt euTcure may dif-
'! who have always been held
k because they shared a
iattl!
_ in one part of the
States -can better under-
appreciate people living
fr parts if they will read
>ing of their history and the
i-h area and people played
[-settlement and development
I nation," Or. Sessa said.
['so urged that parents take
?portunlty to introduce the
pwoks that have been writ-
"ut the United States to
khildrcn "so they may learn
perstand and cherish their
precious heritagefreedom."
Camp Groups Prepare
For Annual Festival
All seven groups of Camp Ma-
Ka-Bee are busy planning for the
annual camp carnival which will
to be held at Town Branch, Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
450 SW 16th ave.. on Sunday, Aug-
ust 1, from 4 to 8 p.m., it was
recently announced by Mrs. Alvin
Horowitz, chairman of the Town
Branch day camp committee.
All campers of each group are; M;_i. F rA<' n,,
busy readying their respective car- Nlaht Fun Fest Dxxe
Vision Forum Slated
Here in September
The 1954 Chilrlmn's Vision For-
um will be held in Miami Septem-
ber 17, Dr. S. G. Schneider, Miami
Beach, president of the Southeast
Florida Optometric Association,
announced this week.
Featured in the- second annual
forum will be child psychologists,
vision specialists and educators as
panelists. The forum is jointly
sponsored by the University of Mi-
ami reading clinic and the SFOA.
Arrangements committee chair-
man for the conference will be
Miami Shores optometrist Dr. Stan-
ley Fromm. With Dr. Fromm on
the committee will serve Drs. F.
P. Archer, Jr., Homestead; Chester
Rotter and Robert Tanner, of
South Miami; William Watkins, of
Hollywood; and Clarence Ede-
waard. Fort Lauderdale.
School teachers and principals
in Dade and Broward Counties will
receive written invitations to the
forum, which is open to the public.
Golden Agers Hold
Summer Social Sunday-
Golden Age Membership Club of
the Town Branch. Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, held a
summer social on Sunday.
July 25- 8 p.m., at 430 SW 16th
ave.
As a regular weekly feature, the
club holds a get-together on Thurs-
day evenings and enjoys a pro-
gram of singing, dancing, movies,
discussions and refreshments.
These programs will continue on
through the summer.
'Movie Week' Held Here
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center, 50 NW 51st pi., Mi-
ami, is sponsoring a "Movie Week"
through July 31st at the Miracle
Theatre. Miracle Mile, Coral Ga-
bles. Eli Cohen is chairman of the
event. Movie version of "The
Caine Mutiny" is being shown.
Golf Details Studied
Further details for the fir-t of
the Chamber of Commerce quar-
terly golf tournaments were com-
pleted at a meeting of the Cham-
ber's sports committee Thtmdaj
afternoon at the Algiers Hotei.
"We are finding real interest
among local golfers in the Cham-
ber's plan to hold these four quar-
terly tournaments a year." said
Bernard Mayer, chairman of com-
mittee.
Stage Door Canteen
On Friday evening. July 30, 8
p.m., a monthly stage door canteen
will be held at Ocean Front Audi-
torium, 10th st. and Ocean dr.. Mi-
ami Beach. There will be hun-
dreds of hostesses, a 10-piece or-
chestra, night club entertainment
and refreshments, according to
Maurice Klein, director of the
Servicemen's Recreation Center.
nival booths which will include
ball-throw, ring toss, shave the bal-
loon and many other games.
Besides the game booths and
prizes, the day camp committee,
which includes the Mesdames Mor-
ris Silver, Israel Silver, Henryrik
Berns, Herbert Zame and Homer
Rievman, are planning to serve re-
freshments. Proceeds from this
carnival will be used to help needy
and deserving children to enjoy
a creative camp experience.
Wise Hadossoh Slates
Party Wednesday
Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha-
dassah will hold a theater party
at the Biltmore Playhouse on Wed-
nesday evening, August 4, 8:30
p.m.
According to Mrs. B. A. Gladwin,
president, Mrs. Murray Weid is
chairman of the affair, with Mrs.
S. Jacobson and Mrs. B. AI pern, co-
chairmen.
Vicki Cummings stars In the
Sam Hirsch production, "Affairs of
State."
far AH Occatiaat .
3D COtOt or
SUCK A WHITt
PHOTOGRAPHY
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North Dade Center
Women Plan Affairs
Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish
Center has an unusual evening
planned for Saturday, August 7.
They will hold a combination
splash party-square dance-wienie
roast at the Biltmore Terrace Ho-
tel. A professional caller will be
on hand to lead the dancing.
Chairmen of the affair is Mrs.
P. Schuuman, assisted by Mes-
dames Koenig, Weissman, Fried
land, Masaryk and Book.
There will be a regular meeting
of the Sisterhood on Monday,
August 9, 8 p.m., at the Center.
Proceeds for Welfare
Proceeds from a card party to
be held on Tuesday, August 3, at
the Knights of Pythias Lodge. 2483
SW 8th st., are for welfare, accord-
ing to an announcement this week
by Mrs. Ben Johnson, chairman of
summer projects. Co-chairmen of
the affair, sponsored by the Good
will Group, are Bessie Gershon and
Doris Silver.
"Night Fun Fest" is scheduled
for Saturday, July 31, 8 p.m., at
the Cromwell Hotel by Coral Ga-
bles Women, B'nai B'rith. There
will be water sports contests and a
fashion show feating old and new
styles in bathing suits. Mrs. Samuel
Meyers, chairman, announces that
reservations are being taken by
Mrs. William Hechler, Mrs. Sol
Rappaport and Mrs. H. Seidler.
New Hub Opens
in Coral Gables
The new Hub will be the most
modern and best of its kind in
South Florida, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Armond
Rubin, official of the five-store
group in the Miami area.
New Coral Gables location of the
store is 215 Miracle Mile'and re-
places the one which was opened
four and a half years aga at 155
Miracle Mile.
"The new Hub will be air condi-
tioned, have greatly expanded
lines of merchandise and self-serv-
ice fixtures, all better to serve our
patrons," Al Swires, the store's
manager, said.
Morris Rubin founded the Hub
group when he opened the first es-
tablishment on North Miami ave.
in 1914. The Rubin family con-
tinues to serve the Miami com-
munity from that location. There
are now three stores in Miami, one
in Little River and the new one in
Coral Gables, which was necessi-
tated because the old one outgrew
its quarters.
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of
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Cowen Dead at 64
Sen-ices were held at noon on
Sunday for Morris L. Cowen, 64,
a resident here since 1909 and a
shoe store operator since 1912.
The pioneer Miami merchant
succumbed to a stroke at his home.
900 West 47th st., Miami Beach,
on Friday. He died several hours
later at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Mr. Cowen was president of the
Cowen-Bulbin Shoe Stores. Inc.,
with two shops on Flagler st. and
one on Lincoln rd.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, of Tem-
ple Israel, officiated at Gordon's
Beach Chapel, with burial follow-
ing in the family plot of Graceland
Park Cemetery.
Mr. Cowen is survived by his
wife, Emily; two sons. Raymond L..
who is stationed in Europe with
the Army, and Myron J.. of Miami;
two daughters. Mrs. Don Lubin.
Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Stanley
Brier, Pawtucket. R.L; two broth-
ers, three sisters and five grand-
children.
Born in Scotland, Mr. Cowen
came to the United States when he
was 17. When he arrived in Mi-
ami in 1909. he worked for Bur-
dine's. and three years later open-
ed his own business on NE 1st st.!
He always was a great Miami
booster, even in the dark days of
the 1926 and 1935 hurricanes and
the depression of the 1930s when
this resort city suffered several
years of extreme business hard-
ship.
In 1927. he formed a partner-hip
with his two brothers-in-law. Hen-
ry Bulbin and Max Nankin, in the
operation of several shoe stores.
This partnership was dissolved in
1932.
Mr. Cowen was a charter mem-
ber of Temple Israel and a member
of the Biscayne Bay Lodge. F lc
AM.
Merris I. Cewee
Mrs. Bass Dies in Chicago
Mrs. Lena Bass, of Chicago. 111.,
mother of Mrs. Sam Geltner. 1780
SW 5th st.. Miami, passed away
July 19 after a long illness. While
a resident of Miami Beach, she was
active in the Mizrachi Women's
organization.
MAX ZUCKERMAN
I i" Caraoi-a v<
iWil o( a heiin attack while t
.. Miami \- arh Mr X
i retired t
:t years from Durham, N.t'
where he area ,, chartei men
;h- Beth Kl i '
u-nt the Wort le No
I M ml Kern Survl or* i
!u.|e hi M
Mr- All vv.i : in and M

I Minn
ia, "f Durham, two a!*tera, and
I li en \t ana'
jii coarse of tin
MRS. ANITA KAHN
74M i 'ai u .. Miami I
J" J In -i local boKuital Monde.) Mi -
Kahn came here .. rear ,,K,, from
un ved oj h.-r hun-
I I" -f M ., ,. It. II
three aiatera, all of Detroll \...
Miami Beach <*hapel wai In
of arrangementa.
MRS. FRIEDA BURD
SW :'"th -t rtl.-il July SO.
Kervl wrc held in the Oordoa Fu-
Home ith burial In Mt Nebo
ten Bbe i- i (aidant f..r i i
yean, comlaa from Brooklyn Surviv-
ing are her husband, Nathan
three daughter! .,,,,! ^^,. k.t.,.
dren.
DAVID GELLER
R6 of ?....-.; N u ...;,h .,..,, .,,,
fully a in a local hospital Survived
in- Mar) F..H. a| s. \,. ...
held Sunday :it Miami R irer
nn*. Intel mem i ia In \i-
feme'.
JENNIE SAPERSTEIN
'""' N r. : ;, I ( paaaed awai
July -! in local hospital. K
bj .i slater, Mrs Fi.
and ., eofll Ma> M FM-
eridde Interment
-Mr sinal i -emeter^.
SAMUEL YUDIN
?," "' '-'' !*W
\. i fol
i n Mia ii
Funeral li
_ ELLA BALZER
I 1 NVV Bin I
July M in a local h ..,..,,
h isband, u ,:ii im, ne brother
and >.,..
daj ai Mian I River-
'-.""' interment waa In III Nebo
L
GEORGE I. ROBINSON
-. ff I9H I'.-... (| Hollywood Kl.
ily -'2 in a local hoa'J
1'ital. Kurvlred b] hi wife, Mlnm-
ana one -on. Lawrence Funeral am
k were h-ld at Miami Riverside
Interment was in Mt. Slnal Cemetery
SAUL KRAMER
7. of NW Slrd st. ,,assd away
r-aturday in a Miami hospital He
came here from Baltimore two years
aaro and was a retired contractor. He
_.". 3"' are his wife, Sarah Fanny; three sons
BCvard a of N,w Yrk. Herman L...
..f s.mth Africa, an.l Bernard, of N-
York! a daughter Mr.. Sophia Moaa
two l>nnhaa>. Abiaham. of
Nea Vork, ami David, of I'liila lei
phla; a aUter, Mr- Bloc ma Oorsfcen
Men v.. k ata and nd ran*
real arand- luid Bat i were hi id
ion Miami Funeral Home with
burial in Mi Sebo Ci
Father Gaudin Speaks
Father Gaudin, Pastor of Jesu
Catholic Church, addressed a reg
ular meeting of Hillel B'nai B nth
Girls here last week.
In the arrangements committee
were Roz Russakoff and Louise
Srednick.
Moskowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memorv -if the late Israel Mos-
koXf0^o!M^*
will take place on Sunday. AugU*
1 at 1 p.m.. at Mt. Neto Cem.
with Rabb. S T. Swirsky officiat-
ing. Mr Moskowitz is sun.ved b
b_ wife, K.hcl. son Morton. of Mi-
aml. tWO daughter. Mil RuJj
Steinberg, of New York, and Mrs
Ada Rosenstein. of Miami; also two
brothers and two s.sters Arrang'-
ments are in charge of Palmers
Miami Monument Company,
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend. ^^^^
Joey Klein to Meet
Miguel Diaz Tuesday
Free swinging Joey Klein, of
New York, will return to action
at the Miami Beach Auditorium,
Tuesday night against the young
Cuban prospect Miguel Diaz, of Ha-
vana.
Klein, one of the most pleasing
welters to show Jere. punched out
a 10-round triurkph over veteran
Vic Cartel in an} exciting bout in
his last local effort
Joey is a potent hitter as well
as a hustling slugger. He is short
on boxing ability, but makes up
for it with hi. akressivi
In 37 pro bouts Joey has lost
nine. He has beaten Freddie (Babe)
Herman. Pat Manzi. Joe Tomasello
and Bobby Elliott. He lost fights
to Carmine Fiore and Danny l,m-
vanelli.
Museum Open
During Summer
Jewish Museum of Temple
Kmanu F.1 will remain open to the
public during the summer months
w,ih lours each Sunday morning
from 10 am until noon, according
to an announcement by Samuel
Frledland. president.
The museum is the only perma-
ncnt branch of the museum con-
ducted by the Jewish Theological
Seminarv" of America in New York
CM) Contained within it* display
etoM ire ceremonial and art ob-
jects, old prints, ancient manu-
scripts and books from the earliest
stages of printing and rarities sel-
dom seen in large city museums.
At its inception, the Temple's
Parent Teacher Association adop-
ted the museum as one of its proj-
ects. The great number of tour-
ists wishing to visit the museum
necessitated the opening of its
door, in summer as well as for the
winter season. Friedland said.
Dade Home Benefits
Dade Home for the Cerebral Pal-
sied benefitted from the games
party given by Flamingo Court No.
12. Order of the Amaranth at 8
p.m.. Wednesday evening in the
Biltmore Terrace Hotel.
Mrs Jack Parzen, royal matron
of the court, and Sam F.lgison.
royal patron, were assisted by a
committee composed of Mrs. Mal-
rtfJ Knglander. Mrs Philip Pores,
Mrs. Sam Deutch, Mrs. John Gross,
Mrs Elgison. Jack Pritt and Mrs.
Irving Adelberg.
Woolmcn is Speaker
At BirtMay pMm
ff Miami, WoniWi
Principal speaker ,,t th,.
tion of the City of .yj,Jr
birthday and of the:Miami tti
Club's 54th birthday *"
Woolman, president and
manager of Delta- c&S *i
Woolman came here
the DelU-CAS headquarter,,
lanta to attend the ceteknL
July 28. "
He spoke briefly *
tion and dinner, set for .Jj
in the Miami Woman's Club k
1737 North Bayshore dr..and..
at the city's celebrates, at g!
in Bayfront Park.
Woolman, who learned tat
a World War I "Jenny;- bj
ed the Delta organization ak,
beginning as the world's firstg
dusting outfit back in 1625
The crop dusting depa_
still a flourishing tiranchofl
C&S. and its planes are i
South Florida each *lnTer;
fruit and vegetable grows*
Woolman and his flyers <
first crop dusting in Pw
and two years later he ii
the first International air
passenger route on the we* i
of South America a route
later became the nucleus:
present Panagra system.
In lf29. Delta began
passenger service bej_wtei
and Jackson, Mis.
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ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE 11
,AI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
IEGATION will hold Friday
services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
morning services are at 8:30
abbi Simon April will dis-
|ic Weekly Portion. Class in
will be conducted at 9:30
ffollowed by Mincha and
Seudos. Maariv concludes
abbath observance. Daily
is are at 738-a.m. and 6:45
iRETH ISRAEL NORTH-
(CENTER will hold Friday
\g services at 8:30 p.m., with
, A. Herson officiating. Sub-
In- sermon is: "Planning
pmorrow Today." Saturday
Dg services are at 9 a.m.

VELITE CENTER will hold
evening services at 6:30
|aturday morning services are
j a.m. Mincha will be at 6:30
Followed by Shalos Seudos.
IPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
riday evening services at
i.m., with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
labbi Emeritus, officiating.

tTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
*, ,11 hold Friday evening serv-
\\ 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi May
bramowitz officiating. North
Club Young Adult League
sponsors. Presentation of a
trship certificate, which is be-
Ltablished by the club as an
\\ award, will be made by Jer-
Lman, chairman of the school
I, by Stanley Abrahams. Rab-
bramowitz will discuss: "The
imunication of Baruch Spi-
Cantor Edward Klein will
the musical portions of the
. Saturday morning services
8:45 a.m., when the Rabbi
preach on the Weekly Por-
!HE EMES CONGREGATION
"Id Friday evening services
|5 p.m. Saturday morning
es are at 8:30 a.m., when
Abraham Sachs will discuss
Weekly Portion. Mincha is at
i.m. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cot-
11 be hosts at the Kiddush fol-
in honor of their new
Bon.

ftPLE EMANU-EL will hold
evening services at 6 p.m.
lay morning services are at
|. when Cantor Philip Brum-
ull chant the liturgy. Daily
are in the chapel at 8 a.m.
p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Rev. Rudolf E. Brill will officiate.
Services will be held Saturday at 9
a.m.
j
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 7 p.m., followed
by Kabbalat Sabbath. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating
and preaching on the topic: "We
Have Been Preserved and Have
Survived Our Most Powerful En-
emies." Honored at Kiddush will
be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krivcher,
of Memphis, Tenn. Mincha is at 7
p.m., followed by Maariv at 7:45.

NORTH OADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Mr. Joseph
Keller discussing the Weekly Por-
tion in the absence of Rabbi Hen-
ry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neu
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore
and the Center Choir assisting.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: "Herzl's
Relationship to the Messianic
Ideal." Saturday morning services
are at 10:45 a.m.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are 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.
.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m.. when
guest Rabbi Abraham Weinbach,
of Plainfield, N.J, will officiate
and deliver the sermon. Mincha
is at 6:49 p.m.. when the Rabbi,
a graduate of Torah Vodaath, will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7:30 ajn. and 6:45
and 7 p.m.
Cantor on Radio
Temple Emanu-El Cantor and
Mrs. Philip H. Brummer, of Miami
Beach, made guest appearances on
two radio programs this week.
Cantor Brummer intoned the
memorial prayer for Dr. Theodor
Herzl, founder of Zionism, during
the observance of the 90th anniver-
sary of his death Sunday on the
Jacob Shachter Jewish Variety
Hour.
Together with Mrs. Brummer. he
subsequently participated in the
Hungarian Sunday Half-Hour at the
invitation of the newly-formed lo-
cal chapter of the World Federa-
tion of Jews of Hungarian descent.
Dade Nurses Are Asked to Register
Dr. Frederick Farrer, medical
chairman for disaster in Dade
County, this week asked all nurses
in the area to register for disaster
service.
Mrs. Martha Wolfe, R.N., direc-
tor of Nursing Service for Dade
County Civil Defense and the
American Red Cross, estimates at
least 1,500 nurses are residing in
Dade County.
"Many have retired from active
nursing, many are working from
commercial registries and cannot
be contacted through local nurs-
ing organization," she said. "All
these nurses. Civil Defense offi-
cials point out, are needed in the
civil Defense and Red Cross disas-
ter planning."
Mrs. Wolfe has announced that
a disaster workshop will be con-
ducted in the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel on August 27. Hours will be
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The workshop will be opened by
Dr. Farrer. Civil Defense and Red
Cross will co-sponsor the program.
Films, lectures and group discus-
sions will be used to orient the
nurses for disaster. Needs which
must be met in natural disaster
and in major wartime disaster will
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Bond Official Leaves
For European Tour
MEW YORKAbraham Killer.
i Honkers, businessman, civic
r and philanthropist here.
left last week for Europe aboard
the French Liner He de France on
fact-finding mission for the State
I I-rael Bond Organization
Keller, who is controller and U
i-i,ml treasurer of the State ol I
rael Bond Organization, will con-
fer with various government offi-
cials, leading industrialists and
financiers in many European na-
tions and will participate in draw-
ing plans for the sale of State of
Israel Development Bonds in West
Report on Bus Franchise
Slated at Delano Monday
James Norton, president of Pres-
idents' Council of Miami Be.rh.'
announced this week that a report'
on the bus franchise will be given
at next Monday's meeting in the
Delano Hotel by A Budd Cutler,
local attorney
The Miami Beach Railway Com-
pany franchise expired in April
and a referendum is required be-
fore a new franchise can be grant-
ed by the City. Terms of the fran-
chise will be brought up for dis-
cussion by Cutler, who has made
an exhaustive search of the mat-
ter.
Dr. Spicer Resigns as
Medical School Dean
Dr. Robert T. Spicer has n

of tli. '11! for re"'
sons of health, effeetivi i
He will be succeeded
Dr. I! \!..rsh who baa
wi:h the school -ince it- founding
in 1<52. first as Kst
an i for i \clint Dean
Universit] President Jaj F W.
m. in accepting Dr Si
"the brilliant
.. hich Dr Spicer contributed to
the Medici School al a critical
period in its development
"To Dr. Spicer. v. DO c
at a calculated ri*k to hi- own
health, (ha Universit) grateful!)
acknowledges it- debt "
Dean Marsh came to Miami from
the Universit) ol Oklahoma s
Of Medicine in the summer of 1952
when the Medical School mi ..
building on the Veterans Hospital
grounds
.FRIDAY. WIY<
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Taxpayers Form
Dade Association
Starting with an advance mem-
bership of 500. the Taxpayers As-
sociation of Dade County, headed
by Troy Haigler. launched a mem-
bership campaign this week for
better protection" for Dade Coun-
ty's 600.000 taxpayers.
Haigler is the Miami tax consul-
tant whose 10-year study of Dade
I ounty's tax structure lil the fuse
lor the recent newspaper disclos-
ures charging "careless spending
b] public official-
Two immediate aims of his asso-
ciation. Haigler said, are to re-
duce county taxes by 10 mills, and
refund if possible 10 million dol- i
lars to taxpayers. One lawsuit is al-'
ready being prepared through the
aroup to halt the further acquisi-
tion of surplus tax monies, recent-
ly exposed as totalling 13 and a
half million dollars sitting idle in
three banks.
"'The best legal opinion informs
me -uch staggering surplus can be
'led as unconstitutional."
Haigler reported "We intend to i
recover 10 million from that
amount of 13 and a half million "
Red Official Executed;
Religion Hit Sharply
Continued from Page 1
the Communist Party, and of
Literary Gazette." a leading
paper in Moscow, received
here, carry articles calling for an
Idini campaign" against re-
ligious activities. In a front-page
editorial. Pravda requests Com-
-t propagandists to show be-
i ers the error of their way bv
scientific and atheistic" counter-
attack. Of particular concern to
Pravda is the fact that more and
more Soviet children seem to be
"infected" with religious ideal
Utilities Head Named
To Airlines Board
McGregor Smith, long a leader
in the field of public service utili-
ties and chairman of the Florida
Power and Light Company, has
been elected to the board of direc-
tors' of Eastern Air Lines. Capt Ed-
die Rickenbacker. chairman, an
nounced this week
A native of Tennessee, Smith
served on that state's railroad and
pcblic utilities commission and has
been prominently identified in the
public service field for more than
33 years.
He was president of Louisiana
Power and Light Company prior to
joining the Florida Power and
Light Company as vice president
and general manager in 1939. He
served as president until May of
this year when he was elected to
the post of chairman.
Credited with a leading part in
the new industrialization program
of the deep South, which is closely
allied to the expansion of air trans-
portation facilities in that area.
Smith is a member of various state
and civic enterprises throughout
Florida, is a trustee of the Uni-
versity of Miami and the Heritage
Foundation and is a director of the
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Jacksonville branch.
One of the seven Eastern Air
Lines directors representing impor-
tant areas served by the airline.
Smith lives in Coral Gables, is mar-
ried and has two sons.
He served as an infantry officer
in World War I. and is a Scottish
Rite Mason, a member of the Elks
and the American Legion.
Britain May Reaffirm
Tripartite Declaration
Continued from Page 1
eign Office read-: The Spanish
Government ha- given assurance
I prevailing interna-
tional conditions, export of arms
t<> countries out-id-' the North At
untie Treatj Organization NATO
will be prohibited Egypt is not
a member of NATO
(Earlier, the State Department
had marie official inquiries oi the
: Spanish Government about th. re-
ported exports of arm- b) Spain to
Egypt and has expressed its eon-
earn that these exports might be
contrary to the provisions of the
A m e rican Spani-h military aid
agreement The report said that
the State Department did not ash
Manischewitz Borscht. served by the tall, frosty glasaful. pro-
vides nature's own answer to thirst-quenching refreshment.
Made exclusively with tender young garden-fresh beets grown
especially for Manischewitz. this year-round favorite now does
double duty as a wholesome, natural summer beverage that
cools. Served with Tarn Tarn Crackers, it's a perfect "fresh-up"
treat for family and guests.
Horrow Buys
Awning Company
An accelerated program of sale-
development will mark operational
changes al Miami Ventilated Awn-
ing Shatter Co. Inc. as part ol
the expansion
planned by n-
new owner and
lident, Ben-
jamin Horrow.
Sole ownership
of i he business
ha- ju-t been ac-
quired by Hor-
row upon pur-
chase of the half
interest formerly
held by Jack
Dickson. """'
Miami Ventilated Awning Shut-
ter Co., whose iactor> showroom
is located at 1M6 NW 7th ave.,
; With a branch showroom in Ft.
Laoderdale, manufactures the
original patented "Ventilated"
awning shutter a. designed and I
engineered by the company, Na-t
tionally advertised, Miami Venti-'
lated Awning- enjoy a wide mar-
. ket in Florida especial]} in Dade
County.
Horrow, a major in the AAF dur-
ing World War ll took up rest-
dence in Miami at the end of the
war Former!} a practicing attor-
ney in Philadelphia, he was active
in business and civic- attain in
that city and was founder anil pre-
! ident of the Philadelphia Junior
Bar Association.
Former president ol the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania Club ol Mi-
ami, Horrow now serves .- u
and director oi thi
and is seen tar) oi the \ 11
Islands Improvi men) Association
Horrow. whose home i- located
' Di 1 ido Island, said that the
phenomenal growth ol South Flor
and the peal emphasis on
h .me ownership in this area leads
him to believe that onl) .. small
part oi hi- company's ultimate de
wlopn n< has i/,.,i
Spain to discontinue the exports
but drew Spain's attention t the
fact that the American-Spanish
pact states that arm- supplied to
spam should be used exclusively
for the defense oi Sp
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Israel Fish Expert Visits Here
A 44-year-old Israeli. Shimon
Tal. is in charge of the United
Nations Technical Assistance
Board in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
He is now in Miami on a brief
isil and the first of a series of
-teps at fishery stations through-
out the United States as guest of
:he government.
Tal is an expert on fish. He
came to Israel in 1933. Five years
later, he was sent by the Jewish
Agency to Yugoslavia, where he
-tudied fish culture and brought
back the knowledge he acquired
'o his kibbutzNir David. The
vouthful looking UN expert is
llao secretary of the Fish Breed
ra Association of Israel.
When the United Nations
-ft.
asked his government for some of
the Jewish States secret "wea-
pons" in the matter of fish cul-
ture, Tal was recommended, and
so began his tenure at Port au
Prince.
"Today, we are recognized as
having about the best varietv of
carp in the world." Tal explained
We started out with Europe's
prize specimens-developed over
a period of 50 yearsand finally
produced the Israel variety, which
is nothing like any carp known to
the people in America "
thJ'iitLn^WJCarp,apparen,1> t0k
the UN Food and Agriculture Or-
ganization by storm, for samples
of the prize fish are now being
examined by experts in Jamaica
Republic and British Guiana
Tal who ,s married and has
w<> children, leaves Miami .....
tomakehi-lirstst,,,, the Got-
emment Fishery Station in Au
rr?-a1Z Where" as u**l f the
United States, he will examine
fish studies there and also in.ro
duce the Israel carp His tour",
duty wah the UN agency ends on
November 1. when he returns to
rfJal .is ,hp Swsi of Simon Sei
hdl^[ of "Jewish Forum
on the A,r" here. Both were born
n Rzeszow. Pu|and. A|so JJJ
n:th.Israeli Miami's landmarks
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PAGE 13
constructionism Gets
Drubbing from Samuels
jtjlIT, I'l Judaism in |
led Slates cannot .survive
in re is a total reconstruc-
l(ish life,
fccrtcd Dr. Mordecai M.
73-year-old professor of
Josophies of Religions at
ti>h Theological Seminary,
liii.l If.ibbj. to 60 men and
iian Joins
Overseas
iYOIIK Irwin Rubenstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ru-
1017 SW 9th St.. Miami,
bed the overseas staff of
Jthe international welfare
He left Friday, July 23,
Itwild airport for Bolivia,
he will act as a field ob-
Ii the CARE distribution of
pounds of milk powder
!>i children and welfare in-
stein is a graduate of Rut-
liverslly and received the
it-.top from the School
ineed International Studies
lingtay, JD.C. in 1954. He
pveral weeks this summer
k.,iloiitrl University in Mex-
ktenary Discussed
|i Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
. luncheon meeting on
noon. August 3. at the Di
We! Or. Benjamin Rosen-
kectatiya. director of Greater
JuijI> Federation, will be
\>t aker. His subject is: "Our
enary Challenge."
Ihina in?
kid China be taken into jthe
|i!l be the subject of a dis-
| by Louis Gross, journalist
inn ntator, on his radio pro-
jnday morning, August 1,
I over station WMIE. Joseph
Im will discuss the Weekly
women attending the second of a
series of B'nai B'rith Institutes of
Judaism just concluded at Camp
B'nai B'rith here.
Dr. Kaplan, founder of the Re-
constructionist -movement Jn
American Judaism,'said that there
can be no luture for Judaism in
America until American Jews de-
fined their status in the modern
world, for themselves as well as
for others. The religious leader
added that Jewish values have
been critically affected by the mod-
ern world and that Jewish tradi-
tions must be revitalised. "With-
out n genuine reconstruction of
Judaism, there is no hope for Ju-
daism in this country or in Is-
rael." Dr. Kaplan said.
Taking issue with Dr. Kaplan
was Maurice Samuel, noted author
and lecturer, who was. also a mem-
ber of the Institute fatuity. Samuel
argued that Jewish life is currently
undergoing a rebirth. He pointed
to the impact of the establishment
of Israel, the general expansion of
interest in the teachings of the
Jewish sages and the selection of
Philip Klutznick president of B'nai
B'rith, as signs of creative develop-
ment in American Jewry.
The scholars clashed when Sam-
uel charged that Kaplan was un-
dermining the Jewishness of Amer-
ican Jewish youth by his sociologi-
cal approach. Dr. Kaplan retorted
that Socrates was similarly accus-
ed of corrupting youth.
On Israel, both authorities were
more in agreement. They felt that,
if the Judaism that emerged in
that country w*s a true continua-
tion of ancient traditions, the cul-
tural impact upon Jews in this
country would be tremendous. Dr.
Kaplan insisted, however, that Is-
rael could not be used as a crutch
to strengthen American Judaism
and that American Jews must util-
ize their own resources and think
through their own problems. He
praised the B'nai B'rith Institutes
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helmsman of the most powerful na-
tion in the world and refusing to
bend before Arab intimidation
which was, in 1947-48, no less
strong than it is now.
It is increasingly clear that Mr.
Katzen's position must become
more and more untenable. The
phrase, "my friends," in his letter
to Dr. Wise is a delusion. For, in
rationalizing a Near East foreign
policy that is totally irreconcilable
with everything except the desire
to maintain the status quo in an
area where status quo must inevi-
tably mean war. Mr. Katzen is no
friend of the Administration but
a pawn sacrificed on the altar of
No non-Jew-
ish public relations expert could
fulfill the task assigned him by the
Republican National Committee.
Through what more suitable agen-
cy could Washington have found
the temerity to impugn the in-
tegrity of the JTA and to inform
readers of "The Day-Jewish Jour-
nal" that our open dealings with
the Arabs today "you will admit,
is an advantage"?
Senesch Hadassah
Manna Senesch Group of Hadas-
sah will hold an evening games
party at the Algiers Hotel on Tues-
day evening, August 3, 8.p.m. Hos-
tesses are Mrs. Murray Schwartz-
man and Mrs. Phillip Adams.
Mowrict Samuel
. clashes with Rabbi
of Judaism as a deepening of the
B'nai B'rith as a movement for
survivalism. _V|;
This Institute is one of seven
being held in consecutive weeks at
Camp B'nai B'rith this summer.
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Democrats Denounce
Administration Policy
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Democratic National Committee,
through its official publication,
this week characterized the Repub-
lican Administration's policy in the
Near East as anti-Israel and as a
failure.
The. "Democratic Digest," organ
of the Democratic Party, charged
in an appraisal of the Administra-
tion's policy of impartiality" that
it has not only failed to win friends
for America but has made Arab-
Israel peace prospects even more
remote than they were in 1952.
The reason for Republican failure,
it was held, could be found in ap-
peasement of Arab intransigeance.
Questioning the decision to grant
free munitions to Iraq, it was point-
ed out that "there is no evidence
that the United States has obtain-
ed any assurances that the arms
will not be used against the Is-
raelis." It was also emphasized
that the granting of such arms
"may be taken by the extreme na-
tionalists as a tacit t)lessing on
their turning the guns against Is-
rael," and that the U.S. has no as-
surance that these weapons will be
used on our side in the event of
an East-West showdown.
The Democrats maintained that
while the United States cannot
"impose peace" in the Near East
"we ought not to make peace more
difficult by letting it appear that
we have relinquished hopes of its
attainment. We ought not to en-
courage any side in the delusion '
that we condone continued con-!
flict. We should not arm one side." |
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles' "impartiality" speech of
June 1, 1953, it was charged, "fit-
ted in with the thinking of Arab I
leaders who have always accused |
America of preferring Israel." The
Arab states have been encouraged
by the slogan to increase their
pressure for concessions at Israel's
expense, the article says. "The in-
evitable result of the new policy
has been a sharp increase in Arab-
Israel tension, marked by a series
of violent border incidents." the
organ of the Democratic Party
charges.
The article stressed the fact that
the new republican policy "has not
brought peace to the region; it has
not improved relations between Is-
rael and the Arab states. And it
has not helped the United States
itself for it has won us the friend-
ship of neither side."
New K of P Lodge
Formed in Miami
Maccabee Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, announced at its last con-
vention the formation of No. 182
Benevolent Association, Inc.
Officers are Ruby Kutun, presi-
dent; John Lipton. vice president;
Harry Rubinstein, treasurer; and
Phil Jacoby, secretary.
Signing of the charter of the
Benevolent Association, launched
the group's 1954 membership cam-
paign. Present Chancellor Com-
mander of the lodge is George Al-
boum. Vice Chancellor is Harry
Monter.
Secretary Al Roth reports that
the meetings are held every Tues
day evening, 8:30 p.m.. at the
American Legion Post Building,
65th st. and Biscayne blvd.
The rank of Esquire was bestow-
ed on Max Adrian, Robert Mark-
ley, Max Smiley and Sam Wenig.
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Louis Esloe, well known in the
hotel industry and of the Hotel
Greeters of America, has been ap-
pointed at the St. Louis Conven-
tion as new international director
of the "See America First" pro-
gram of the United States, Canada.
Mexico and Cuba.
For the past three years, he has
been presented with the national
grand award for his work in pro-
moting the "See America First"
slogan.
In the next session of Congress,
Senator George Smathers will pre-
sent Esloe's Bill, authorizing the
President to proclaim the week
beginning the last Monday in June
of each year as "See America First
Week."
Esloe has done much in sponsor-
ing a state essay contest to junior
high school students, and he is
planning this year to direct a na-
tional essay contest on a similar
basis.
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Adefe* A. ffKftHM
Rachline Honored
At Testimonial
On Saturday evening. July 24th,
a testimonial dinner was tendered
in honor of Past District Deputy
Grand Chancellor Adolph A. Rach-
line, of the Order Knights of Pyth-
ias. Some 300 Knights and their
friends attended the dinner at Bar-
ney's.
Rachline, a member of the Order
since 1917, has lived in Miami since
1947. He helped organize the bene-
volent program for Knights in his
lodge, which was subsequently
used as a master plan for similar
programs of other lodges in the
local district.
Talks lauding his work in the
seventh district of the Pythian Or-
der were made by Jack Brown,
Chancellor Commander of Roose-
velt Lodge No. 177; Lewis Pomer-
antz. president of the 177th Bene-
volent; as well as its past presi-
dent. Nathan S. Miller. Arrange-
ments were in charge of a com-
mittee headed by Emanuel Hol-
lander, chairman, and Abe Cutler.
Dr. George Conger, Grand Pre-
late, and Irving Yelen, District
Deputy of the Grand Lodge of
Florida, were in attendance. Mes-
sages were read from Samuel
Wych Getzen and R K Bell, for-
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Rachline and his wife, Gertrude,
were presented with gifts from the
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I. .ErwTH.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR niDF
SS^JV'IN CHANCERYNo ,7,85
Ml KIM, K. COOPER, Blamtlff
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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CoSnVy IN CHANCERY No. ,70*43
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Hill of Complaint ''"" IWvorce and FkW
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or before the 17th day of Auauet. 1j4.
or a Decree Pro t'onfeaao will be
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DATED at Miami Beach, Florida.
"""3,mTb.JMErm.n,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
7/16-:'3-10 /_____________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, Ne. 17106a
MAX MEDOEBOW and U1SSIE
MEDOBBOW, tils wife, Plaintiff*.
ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON.
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F1UDAY, JULY M,
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 17,Oat
WALTER KREI \l \ \. II,
v -
AMELI V GARCIA FREEMAN,
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Ne V..ik. New York
Tpl ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
BUI of Complaint for Divorce
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BUI of -ompla,,,, ,n .he'JJJj
/or divorce, on the ilainiSv'a
nays, and file the otbjlnal H\M
< the Clerk of ti nf*\
on or before the 2J ,|... Ii"'p-
! .4. otherwlae said llul uf ,-.'
will be taken aa ronl. ...,i ,,r*_
Dated this Mth da\ of i,,!,**!
K. B L&THlM
< lerk of i in ,|, ."JM
Dade Count. yJ^Fl
By WM, W STOC
MTERS. HKIMA.N1"*5 KAP?*-
Attorrreya for llalntlff ^*" I
M Seybold Bulldinn, MUisl n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIB
NAME LAW "
NOTICE IK HEREBY .imp.;
the undersigned, desliinc tg sm.
business under the fictliUiumTT
LITTLE PULK8 STIIU.)i J"
County. Pl intends t., n'tht.S
naaie with the Clerk f tCni
Court of Dade Count v. Florkbn
7/u-u i/.-n AUXN
NOTICE UNDER fTctTi
___ NAME LAW
NOTICE- IS HEREBY i]1VB
the undersigned, dealnnj to a
business under the fii t _
McAllister oift knteiT
McAllister Arcade, intend. t '
said name with the clerk of'
cult Court Of Dade Count, yu
Lous <;ivsRl
KKSSLF.R ft QAHS *B|
Attorneys for Applk-aniii
17I W. Ftacler 8t.
7 30 l/-U-0
NOTICE UN6ER FICTlfil
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVRN i
the undersigned, desinni in
liuslness under the fictitious n_,
THE BARGAIN MART al tttH
7th Ave, Intends to red -tei uUi
with the Clerk of the Circuit I
Dsde County, Mumls
FKIENDLT FRuST
TELEVISION SERVICE,
MAC MERMEI.I.
SI* Alnslev III,It
7,30 /-13-2U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITH
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ilITEXj
the underslsned. desliink- to ta
Inislness under the fi. titious i___
SHORES BAR. at 11711 N.K.M9
nue, Dade County, Florida, Inn
reirlster said name with tat
the Circuit Court of Had*
Hlorlda.
RICHARD MILLER.
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Owner
W. Ilaaler Street, Miami, I
7/30 g/#-ll-*0
CERTIFICATE OF CORPOIMTI
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND iV TH
AUTHORITY OF THE TAT
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL T<> WHOM THESE
ENTS SHALL COME, iREKTHI
w liereaa,
lnYiE ACKERMAN.
MIAMI Bl
HARRIET CROSS.
MIAMI I
iMHtoTHY ANOEVINK,
MIAMI BEACH,
RENA K. tJROKS,
MIAMI BEACH
did '" Ihe llth day oi I ecemfcea.1'
Ii3, cause to be inci iuaied el
tin- luuvisions of Chapter tM. T
Statutes. .loYCE-H \RRIET r
corporatioa, with its principal-;
of business at MIAMI BLACK. II
colNTV. In the St.. i
whereas the proper ..ffi.er of I
corpormtloB did on the l'th
July. A D i-e P. be fa
the office of the I v of I
the State of Florida. I duly
cated resolution adopted by the i .
h-lileis under the pruvbwaa ell
Chapter SOS. Florid;. Statutes. I
Ihe dissolution of such cnrporill
Now. therefore, the Seen
State does hereby certify '"."*
ulna and that he Is -at fle-1 tkaf
resjiilrenienle or law lia.e beea '
plied with.
in witnf:ss wheri
have hereunto et my
aaal hava-affixed uy_
Heal of the state of
at Taluthaasee, the
thla the nineteenth f|
July, AD lfil
R. A. ORAT,
SEAL) liiryerl
7 '10/54
NOTICE UNDER FlCTlTIO
NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:hy orrsfj
the underslaned. deslnnit to eejjr
business under the flctltk>a_
CORAL WAT TAVERN, at
llnd Street, Intend I" rep
name with the Clerk "f '"'
Court of Ihtde Oount) Hone*
DAVID U. MAXW I I I. ,_-
SEI.MA ANTolNFTTTh MA-\
KESHLBR a OARS
Vttcineys for Applicants
17*1 W. Flagler St
7.10 V-ll-l
NOTICE UNDER FlCTITlO
NAME LAW ,
Notichris HEREIO ''1'JJJ
the undersigned, desli in* I"
inislness under tlo
A I.I.I El i NOVELTIES Ct
v,,t |,..), at **1 -*H N *J Ji
lataM t.. raaisti >' ""?
tb. Clark af the Clnuii t curt
County, Flotilla ..,,.
WILLIAM i HVNI'
MICHAEL I'LI- '
kssi.f:r a oars
Mtorneys for Applicant"
171! W Hauler St.
7/0 8/a-fl-lU
NOTICE UNDER FICTITW
NAME LAW rt,
notice is herfi > "n -
the iinderslaned. deslrtn* i"
neaa under the fictit ." ,
men svi.es. at 1W* "_
Miami. Intends ta >e*'-,'r ",.
lth the Clerk of '
of Dade Count ejM
,-K REICHMAN. SO"
HOE CHERTKOE
Attorney fK- Applicant
oi. n.pla Hide
7/ i/a-il-M


lY, JULY 30. 1954
*Jenisli lh*kH-r
PAGEi5
LEGAL NOTICE
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
prr-teni-l, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
ORNAMENTAL IRdN
_ at 21-"' N.W. Mlml Court.
E> r.KlMt.'i- ald name with the
f Hi.' Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
WILLIAM SHIFT ft
LEON SIIIFK, Owners
>RK NELSON
i tor Applicants
1-30
riCE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT- OF YHI
FntH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JA IN AND FOR DADC
lY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170M1
KI> A BARNES Arc DAVID
Ilalhtlff,
BcHARDSON MC DAVID,
Defendant.
[SUIT FOR DIVORCE
U> RICHARDSON .MC DAVID
I ih Street
.. York City. N.V.
Ire hereby notified that n Dill
jpinint for divorce has la-en
fc\rnt you, and you are requlr-
rv# a cop/ of your Apwii or
In ill- Dill of Complaint on
pniifn Attorney, CHARLES
I du 1'out Building. Miami.
I anil riI- I lie original Anawer
Jlna In the office of the Clerk
i || Court on or before the
hi August. 1S54, If you fall
, judgment I'V default will be
;:unst you for the relief da-
rn the Hill of Complaint.
i shall be published once
rk for four loiiaecutlve weeks
JKWISH ll.DltlDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
ih Is 2nd day of July, AD.
I B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Datle County, Florida.
I.i M. W. STOCKING.
Chi t Seal) Deputy Clerk
h .-' .1 RICH
I Pl.iillllff
[ Pont Building. Miami. Florida
13-30
JTICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
D FOR OADE COUNTY.
; A IN PROBATE, No. 33094-A
ESTATE Cs CEZANNE kki.sky,
Iieceased
Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
oc l>,inunds Against s.t,.|
(and each of you. are hereby
onI required t<> present any
land demaada which you. or
fef vou, maj have against the
( Wlis CEZANNE KKI.SKY.
hi ate of WarrM County, Non
In Hi.- Honorable County
I ide oiinty. and file the
ih. i: office* In the County
ns.- m I M.I.- County. Florida.
eight e.iletidar months from
I of the first publication here-
1ml or demands to con-
rga tddresa of the claimant
I ii-ii t.. and presented as
1,1. in- -nil, will be barred.
I oh. AD. 1954.
1 \l \KI \ B KEL0BY,
[ \> Am illary Kxecutrix of the
i.i-i Will and Testament of
[JAMES CEZANNE KKI.SKY.
Deceased.
fl. GOLDSTEIN
fur Maria H. Keleey,
,.i..,!> Executrix
l-U
BOUNTY JUDGES- COURT
\DE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30576B
PTATK OF
pNK. FINE, Deceased
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
|i I Is hereby given that 1 have
final report and p.-titlon for
discharge as Ancillary Kxecu-
Itl.- estate of EUOENB FINK,
V. and that on the 10th day of
19M, will apply to the Honor-
lur.ty Judges of Dade County.
f..r approval of aald final re-
p Executrix ,.f the estate of
i ine, di .-..s.-.i.
l-i.-l day of July, 1951.
JKAN FINE
A. FR IK DM AN
for Ancillary Executrix
13-30
TiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|CE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ersigned, desiring to engage In
i under the fictitious name of
I' E t.Ml'SEMENT CO at r.l
ft It St., Miami. Intend to regla-
naine with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade Cituntv, Florida.
(JOSEPH KiMIANoVS'KY
[BERNARD KOGANOVSKY
I'N M. IIKIC.KI,
for Applicanta
anlel St.
ft
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[' i. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
>"d. il.slrlng to engage In
iler the fictitious name of
.'S HVKMI.K FCRNlTIHK.
Washington Ave. Miami
is to register aald name
' clerk ..f I lie Circuit Court of
Dunty, Florida.
ELBA SOHIN, Owner
SHAPIRO ft FKIED
) Applicant
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
IH HEREBY OIVEN that
'igned. desiring to engage In
uder the fictitious name of
- I'KnlU CTIONS. at 433 Flast
"rive. Miami Beach. Florida.
1 r.giBipr M\^ mm, with the
r the circuit Court of Dade
pARD J. STERN. Sole Owner
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
F is HEREBY OIVEN that
yigti.-d. desiring to engage In
1 'he fl.tltlous name of
Floria" *. W' "**'" Sl
i Is to register
lerk of the Clr-
n.i' .'I J>'1* County. Florida.
*> N'K THA I UN,; CORF.
y tali sjq
'>r I'etltluner
-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I, r^5rN.TH.JUD,C,AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 170S53
MART K. BCHCLTZ, l-la,ntirf,
vs.
ARTHUR JOSEPH SCIHI.T/.
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARTHUR JOSEPH SCHULTZ
2S46 Mathews Avenue
Bronx. New York
You are hereby notified that a BUI
S. P>,nP,0, '<>r I'ivoue has been
filed against-you, and you are requu--
?!J toerve a copy of your Answer or
I leading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorn.v, HENRY M
CAIN and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the offl,.....f the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
th day of August. 1954. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the em of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7rh day of July. AD.
f:. I}. LKATHERMAN,
cieiR, Circuit Court.
Dad,. County, Florida
_ By M. c GREEN.
0*B.'l Court Seal) J Deputy Clerk

HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff ,
2518 West Flagler Stre. Miami, Fla.
T/t-U-St-SO
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |8 HKKKUY tJIVEN that
th. imdi-rslgned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
5, B, H;,Co "* 2SSI s u --"rt SI
Miami. Flu.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit of
Dade County. Florida.
MAX HAMBURQER
LAURA IIAMIII'RtlEH
HiillKHT SHELDON HAMBURGER
SIDNEY EPRONSON
Attorney for Applicants
702 Blscayne Hldg.
7/18-21-30 ./
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 33228 AI
In Re: ESTATE <>F"
KMll. 7. COHEN,
a/k/a BMIL SOLA COHEN,
a/k'a EMU- COHEN. .....eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against S.,nl
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. mac nave against the
estate of F:.MIl. 7. I'dHEN, .1.-,eased
late of Dude 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 swurn
lo and presented aa aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date July 12, AD IM HILDA COHEN.
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
KMIL Z. COHEN, Deceased.
MALVIN ENOLANDER
Attornev for Executrix
7/16-23-30 S/
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17076S
DONALD E. WILSON. Plaintiff.
VI.
LILLIAN B. WILSON. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LILLIAN B. WILSON.
Nlpperslnk Manor
ii.ii..a Cltv, Wisconsin.
YOU ARK IIKHKHY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. MIl.TuN II
RICHMOND, at One Lincoln Road
Building. Miami Heach, Florida, and
file the original answer in the office
of the Cleik of the Circuit Court on
or before August IS. 1854. otherwise
the allegations of said Complaint will
III be taken as confessed by you
H. II. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
7/1S-23-30 8/t)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEWIS DISTRIBUTING CO.. at 5704
W. Flagler St.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LEWIS J. BROOKS
AI.ICK BROOKS, owners
7/30 */-U-10
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S63M
JOHN BBREY. Plaintiff,
aOOUSTA IRJUNCM BEREY
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUGUSTA FRANCES BEREY
Residence and Address Unknown
You are her. I.v notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to nerve a copj of lour Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of >'';'".,''"'"'
on the plaintiffs Attorney HENRI
M CAIN. 21IS West FTagler Street.
Miami, Fin., and file the original Ans-
wer "or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
fore the 24th day of Auguet. 1j4. If
you fall to do s, iudgmenthy default
Mill be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill Of I oin-
PlTMs notice shall be published once
each week for tow MMOBti** week.
,n llll. JEWISH KLoltlDIAN
IS.N-K AND ORDERED at Miami,
i, this lth day of July. A.i.
1,54 H LKATHERMAN,
Clark, I'li.uii c.uit.
I>ade Counti. Florida
: M. HAWKINS
(Oaeult Com l Seal) Deputy tick
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney 'or Plaintiff __
IMS West Flagler Street. Miami. Fla.
7/21-SV /-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ft,lV|^ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
'DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 170703
GENERAL MORTGAGE COMPANY;
a Florida corporation. Plaintiff.
LOUIS BROWN, et al.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: LOUI8 BROWN, also known as
LEWIS BROWN, and
elizabf:th m. hkown. his
wife. 13 Sedgewlck Avenue.
Broax M. New York.
If living, and If said named De-
fendants he dead, the heirs, de-
visees, legatees, creditors, as-
signees, lienors. and all parties
claiming by. through, under, or
against said nanied Defendants
who may be dec-eased, and any
and all persons having any right,
claim os Interest through said
named Defendants.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been filed against vou
in the above styled court to foreclooe
a mortgage, recorded In Mortgage
Jlook 247.'., Page 12, of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida, en-
cumbering the following described
properly, to-wlt:
Lot .s, in Block 7, of WEST
LAWN, acoordlng to the Mat
thereof, i ec-orded In Plat Book
9. at Page 3. of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. F'lorida.
u are hereby required to serve
a cop) of >our anafKI or other plead-
ings on Plalntlffs'Aftornev, HENRY
M. CAIN, and file the originul In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 16th day of August.
Lot, otherwise the allegations of naM
complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of Julv. ISM
E. B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: W.M W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
251 s West F'lagler Street
Miami, F'la.
7/U-23-30 g/________
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 170007
EIGNIK OLM18, Plaintiff.
vs.
HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
GOLDEN, husband and wife, Rosa
WRIGHT, a single woman. NATA-
LIE F' FT)STF:r. a widow, and
LOUISE V. SCAL. a widow,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED-
INGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST
INSTRUMENT
TO:
HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
GOLDEN, husband and M'ife, ROSA
WRIGHT, a single woman. NATA-
LIE I FOSTER, a widow, and
LOUISE V SCAL, a widow, and
all other persons interested.
You are hereby notified to appeal-
before.Judge Grady CraM-foid. of the
above Court. In his Chambers at the
Dade County Court House, in Miami,
Florida, at l" mi o'clock, A.M.. on
loth day of September, lt).~>4, and then
and there short- cause rt-hy the instru-
ment hereinafter described should not
be re-established. The Petitioner.
EUGNIF; OLMIS, seeks to re-estab-
lish a promissory note dated June
24, I94, made by HARRY GOLDEN
and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and
wife, and ROSA WRIGHT, a single
woman, to the Petitioner securing the
payment of 115.000.00 in payments as
set forth in aald note encumbering
the following described property In
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
The North 100 feet of Lot 9 and
the West 15 feet of the North
100 feet of Lot 8, Block 12 of
LAWRENCE ESTATF: LAND
COMPANY X SUBDIVISION, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book 2. at page
46 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida, together
with furniture and fixtures con-
tained therein, as per Inventory
heretofore given,
which mortgage was given to secure
the lost note sought to lie re-establish-
ed, and which mortgage was record-
ed in Mortgage Hook 1676 at page 227
of the Public Records of Dade County,
Florida.
The Petition filed herein substan-
tially alleges that the original of aald
note is not In the custody or control
of the Petitioner and that said note
has been lost or Inadvertently de-
stroyed; that Harry Golden and Eve-
lyn Golden, husband and wife, Rosa
Wright, a single woman, Natalie F".
F'oster, a widow, and Louise V. Seal,
a widow, are or have been owners of
the real property described, and are
the only persons known to the Pe-
titioner to be Interested for or against
the re-establishment of the said note:
that the copy of the note sought to
be re-established Is a substantial and
exact copy of the original Instrument.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this llh
day of July, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
7,23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 171030
IDA GREF:N8P0N, Plaintiff.
SAMUEL J. GREENSPON.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAMUEL J. GREENSPON
3100 West Chicago Ave.
Detroit. Michigan
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. ROBF:RT M
HADKH. 251* West Flagler St., Miami.
Fla., and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk ,,f
the Circuit Court on or before the BM
day of August. 19S4. If you fail to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 20th day of July. A.D.
It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M. W PARTENHEIMER,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ROBERT M. RADER w> ,
Kll West F'lagler Street. Miami. Fia.
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/23-30 /-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17100S
SHIRLEY F1. GOLDIN, Plaintiff
vs.
IRVING GOLDIN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IRVING GOLDIN
c-o Pat Gold In
607 N. Spauldlng
Ixw Angeles 36. Calif.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and yon are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. ALFRED V
NKSHITT. R719 Collins Avenue. Mi;.....
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 27th day of August, ls.',4.
If you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will Ik taken against vou for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
< omplalnt.
This notice shall he published once
each week for tour consecutive weeks
in THE JKWISH FLOfUDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Mia Ida. this IJMh day of July. A.D.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk, ciivult Court.
I'ade Ckiuntv, Horlda
Bj R. II, RICE, .11!
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
ALFRED I- NKSHITT
6749 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7,23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
ABLE BUILDERS' RENTAL EQUIP-
MENT, at 5410 N.W. 14th Avenue.
Miami. F'la., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, F'lorida..
JOSEPH RABIN
ALBERT FREEDMAN
goi.OMAN .* GOLDSTEIN
II I:,-.,, oin Boulevard. Mia ml. Fla.
Attorney! for Registrants
7/23-31) K/6-I3 k
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ELNITA I ASHIONS. at ttl N w
I'.'.th Street, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Coutl ,.t Dad* County. F'lorida.
TAUBES. INC.
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMBR
Attorney- tor Taubea, Inc.
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 nan,.- ..f
NATIONAL HARDWARE ft PAINT
CO., al 981S-K NE. 2nd Avenue. Mi-
ami Shores. F'la.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JEROME S HLoNDER
MILToN FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Beybold Bldg.
7/23-30 X/6-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:RF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AUTOMATIC CAR WASH, at Miami
Ave. at 79th St., N.E.. intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lor-
ida.
BENJAMIN TOPOL
JOHN TOPOL
MIir"'-D OSTROW
AARON If. KANNER
Attorney lor Applicants
Shoreland Bldg.
I/xS-M 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF I*W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CARS-A-Pi il'PIN at Miami Avenue
at 79th St., Northeast, intend to regis-
ter suld name with the Clerk of Hie
Circuit Court of Dade County. F'lorida.
BENJAMIN Tol'ol.
JOHN TOPOL
MILDRED OSTROW
AARON M. KANNER
Attorney for i'ars-A-Poppln'
7/16-23-30 8/t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KEYS TAVERN, at 3111 N.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florlila, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ANHREW IIOLLENBECK
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2518 W. F'lagler St.. Miami. Fla.
7/23-30 8/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 170344
THOMAS GATTO, Plaintiff.
vs.
ALICE GATTO. Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ALU'!-: GATTO
37K8 97th Street
Jackson Heights, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to seYve a copy of
your Answer to the BUI of Complaint
on plaintiff's attoruev, HAROLD
R0SF:N. (06 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the original
Answer on the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 30th day of July.
1954, otherwise aald Hill of Complaint.
will be taken as confessed by you.
DATI:D this 24th day of June. 19S4.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R 11 RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
7/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hi'HF.HY GIVEN that
Mi. tiii'lersign. ,1, .I.-siring tt engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
DAVID ELECTRIC, at .-'.. Nw
St., Miami, Intends to rOplater said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID J. ZANGWILL
7 23-30 v
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEBKBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PRUDENTIAL MORTGAGE ft
REALTY INVESTMENT CO., at 44
N K. 1st Ave Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, F'lorida.
DAVID F'RIEDMAN
7/23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign,-,!, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
C ft S REALTY CO., at number 32i>
Michigan Avenue in the city of Mi-
ami Beach. Florida. Intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of tha
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
Dated at Miami Heach, Florida, thla
l.'.th Day of July. MM
HYMAN CHABNER
SOLOMON BIEOEL
7/23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 170375
mary fhancf:s NEBINGER.
Plaintiff
vs.
GEORGE RAOER NEBDTOER,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GEORGE RAGER NEBINGER
Post office Box 211
R. D. 2, Carlisle. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you. and you are required
to aerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. KUWARD S.
RB8N1CK, 233 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2nd day of August. t94.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault wUI be taken against you fur
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JICWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla Mth day of June. A.D.
mil.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. BTOCKINO.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleric
7/2-9-U-2S
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