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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 32
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Exodus Causes Shift In Mid-East Balance
tstration
iewed
ilure'
BULLETIN
(JTA) House
(John McCormack.
Smocrat, took the
thrs week to de-
f criticizing the Re-
ration's policy of
Mile to Israel and
of State Dulles'
policy in the Near
lions failure."
ck said, in the
ission of the ior-
that Secretary
Bphed the Arab
itionale for the
leir intransigent
Ins." Because of
Rhe United States
"hopes for peace
the area."
[arming Iraq was
ep McCormack.
It the administra-
' Iraq's "political
|ion of minori-
live pro-Nazi re-
bskrd the House:
Tpe sure that a
invaded Israel,
most of her
and which
\ puliln square of
lied upon not to
Iraquis them
laim that they
ft" Israel's con-
in what theory
ie them at their
wishful think-
hat the Iraquis
themselves sa>
Idc by Rep. Mc-
irhere else are
|ry at war with
Use are we giv-
Bhose who boast
Btention of de-
essors, but a
ibor." McCor-
pns to bring
true impartial
ent conditions
an alarming
essential condl-
imcnt of Aral)
arms but eco-
asslstance to
[this area."
UNITED NATIONS (AJP)Arab diplomatic circles at the United
Nations late Wednesday viewed "with greatest gravity" the replace-
ment of Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Vagn Bennike by Canadian Maj. Gen.
E. L. M. Burns as UN truce supervisor in Palestine.
Bennike. they claim, always maintained "a strict neutrality in his
decisions between Arabs and Israel, favoring very often Arab accusa-
tions against-Israel."
The Arabs here are also upset over the fact that the appointment
| was made without prior consultations with any of the Arab states. Hold-
ing that the appointment serves as a great victory for Jewish State
i officials "who had condemned Bennike most violently following the
| Kibya incident." representatives here indicated that the "UN yielded
to Zionist pressures."
Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold surprised newsmen by the
I annquncement that he-had-appointed General Burns to succeed General
; Bennike.
General Bennike's appointment was for one year, the announce
j ment stated, and had expired on June 17. But Mr. Hammarskjold had
I requested the Danish General to remain in office until a successor was
appointed and had arrived in Jerusalem.
All indications during the past year pointed to the fact that Gen
Tal Bt-nuike was not too pleased with his difficult assignment. Mr.
Hammarskjold knew this and acted accordingly.
With a Canadian as Chief of Staff. Israel's position vis-a-vis the
Arabs will certainly be enhanced, observers feel. During the entire
struggle for Statehood, Israel had Canada as one of her staunchest
friends and supporters.
Attlee Criticizes Churchill for
Failure to Gain Arab Guarantees
LONDON (JTA) The balance,
of power shifted in the Middle
East this week. A change occurred
which had been long forecast by
the shadow of events. The British
initialled an agreement with the
Egyptian junta government calling
for complete evacuation of British
troops from the Suez Canal zone
within 20 months, and the with-
drawal of all civilian experts with-
in seven years.
The significance of this agree-
ment for the Middle East and the
world at large was recognized in
all quarters. What was also recog-
nized, but not as loudly, was that
the interests of the State of Israel
was vitally affected by this new
shift. Although Israel was not a
party to the Suez pact, and al-
though it had been consulted by
Britain in only the most general
fashion, friends of Israel in the
major Western capitals raised the
issue.
The inadequacies of safeguards
for Israel's interests in the Anglo-
Louis Lipsky Warns of Misinterpretation
Dulles Urged to Ask Egypt
iFor Break in Area Blockade
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
American Zionist Committee for
Public Affairs has urged Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles to call
upon Egypt to abandon its Suez
Canal blockade against Israel both
"as an important incident of agree-
ment between the United Kingdom
and Egypt, as well as a first step
towards reconciliation between
Egypt and Israel."* 4 <
Louis Lipaky. chairman of the
Ajaerican Zionist Committee for
Public Affairs, said in his letter to
Mr. Dulles that, in view of the fact
that the U.S. Government had play-
ed an important role in advancing
the London-airo pact, "we are n-
titled to urge that the Egyptians
terminate the blockade which has
been condemned by the United
Nations Security Council." The let-
ter pointed out that failure by the
State Department to take such ac-
>n a Replacement?
le May be New
tassador to ^Nasser
TA) State
revealed this
ouse statement
Eta which Presi-
Dt announce the
iry A. Byroade
to Egypt.
now Assistant
for New East-
issignment to
imed at imple-
decision made
Egypt militar
ksible. owing to*
Irawal of Brit
e Suez Canal
have the mis-
nprovement of i
wjtl the Arab |
iw to creating a I
Middle East command of Arab
states linked to NATO, in order to
defend the Near East from Com-
munist peaaiMtion State Depart
ment sources said that inclusion
of Israel in such a pact is not con-
templated. ..because the Arabs
wo* Id not agree to cooperate with
Israel.
The Washington Post editorial
said Mr. Byroade would be sent to
Egypt with "a man-on-the-spot re-
sponsibility for executing what-
ever new look is evolving."
(A rumor in diplomatic circles
here held that Byroade's successor
as Assistant Secretary of State in
charge of Near Eastern Affairs will
V Loy Henderson, a career diplo
mat with long experience in the
Near East.)
tion was "bound to be interpreted
as an intimation of indifference
that would encourage the Egyptian
Government to believe that it may
persist in its present course with-
out challenge." adding that "such
an impression would be most un-
fortunate" since "it would em-
bolden those elements in the
Egyptian Government who do not
regard peace between Israel and
Egypt as desirable."
In a similar move, nine mem-
bers of Congress in a written peti-
tion counselled Mr. Dulles to se-
cure an undertaking of compliance
from Cairo with the U.N. Security
Council resolution calling on Egypt
to abandon the Suez Canal block-
ade against Israel. The signatories
warned that failure to act now
"may actually cause a deteriora-
tion in the situation because it may
be interpreted by Egypt as an indi-
cation that we do not regard the
blockade as a matter of sufficient
concern." .
In the meantime there were
rumors that the U.S. was con-
templating the establishment of a
Western defense base in Israel.
State Department sources said
there was no basis in fact for the
rumors and that there was lacking
information in substantiation of re-
ports of a possible British return to
Haifa after evacuation of the Suez
area.
Mortimer May, in his first public
address in Tel Aviv as president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, urged the United States
to pursue a policy designed to
bring Israel into a Middle East de-
fense network. He spoke at a meet-
ing arranged in his honor by the
General Sad t party of Israel. The
meeting was attended by an audi-
ence of several thousand.
"Our past experience has
shown," said Mr. May, "that we
Americans fare best with those
who arc our true friends, those
who have interests that are mutu-
tooii Upsky
. citas part la pact
ally compatible with ours. That is
the kind of friend Israel is."
.Referring to the Anglo-Egyptian
agreement for evacuation of Brit-
ish troops from the Suez Canal
area, Mr. May declared that the
pact upsets the balance of power
in the Middle East.
Egyptian agreement on evacuation
and surrender of the Suez Canal
zone by Britain to Egypt was one
of the major aspects raised in Com-
mons and Lords as critics of the
Churchill government's pact rose
to attack the agreement.
Clement R. Attlee, head of the
Labor Party and former Prime
Minister, hit out sharply at the
agreement and at Sir Winston. He
termed "curious" the fact that the
question of Palestine had been left
out of the pact, particularly 'be-
cause the Prime Minister has al-
ways been a strong Zionist." He
ashed what had happened to the
British Government's repeated de-
mands that the Suez Canal be left
free for all international traffic,
including Israel's. He noted that
Britain had certain duties to Is-
rael, as well as the Arab States
and Turkey, and demanded to
know what plans had been adopted
for security in the Middle East.
A number of other members, in-
cluding Richard Crossman, raised
similar issues and Crossman and
some other MP's raised the possi-
bility of British bases in Israel to
replace the Suez bases being sur-
rendered. Mr. Crossman insisted
that the future of the entire Mid-
dle East depended on tearing
asunder the "curtain of hatred''
dividing the Israelis and the
Arab*.
Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden.' defending the government >
policy, noted that all critics about
Egypt's handling of Suez traffic
hit only one pointthe blockade
against Israel. This, he pointed out.
was a policy of all the Arab states,
not just Egypt alone.
"If the House wants to see an
end to hostilities between Israel
and the Arab states," he insisted,
the only hope is for Britain to cre-
ate better relations with both sides
and use these relations to help end
the tension and try to bring about
peace. "I do not believe it is possi-
ble to do anything effective in this
particular situation unless we can
reduce the tension," he said.
He denied that the British Gov-
ernment was forgetting its obliga-
tions to Israel. He reaffirmed the
British Government's adherence to
the 1950 tripartite declaration
which guarantees the Middle East
states' borders against aggression.
In the House of Lords, Laborite
Lord Jowett raised the question of
Israel's concern over the Anglo-
Egyptian pact and he suggested the
government act to allay Arab-Israel
hostility, possibly by first con-
tributing to a solution of the Arab
refugee problem.
Johnston Fce!s EisenhWer's
Prestige Continues to Stay Firm
NEW YORK (AJP)During a re-
cent interview with Eric Johnston,
UN correspondent for the INS
Pierre J. Huss got Mr. Johnston to
admit that he did not try to get the
Arab States to get together with
Israel on the projected Jordan Val-
ley TVA scheme.
Following are some of the ques-
tions asked by Huss and the an-
swers received:
tj. Did j-our recent Palestine
visit actually result in a percepti-
ble advance toward common
ground where the spokesmen for
Israel and Jordan, for example, sat
down together or indicated such a
possibility?
A. No, it did not. We have not
asked them to get together, and I
have no intention of doing so. I
just don't think it possible to pur-
suade the Arab countries to sit
down to a conference table with
Israel. We are therefore dealing
with them separately.
Q. Is the prestige of President
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LY, AUGUST G. 1954
Mpateftgglteg
vey Held
Scientists
YORK (JTA)An "extra-
high percentage" of
American scientists come
ewish homes, a survey con-
chy Fortune, one of Amer-
eading magazines, has us-
ed.
jrvey, carried out among
ling young scientists who
lished themselves in nuc-
ysics. as well as in other
of science, shows that 29
of them are Jews, 63 per-
Protestants, 5 percent are
fs, while the remainder
om homes where the par-
no religious affiliation
theistic.
scientists also constitute
percent among twenty of
ling young scientists engag-
nportant scientific work for
1 Electric Bell Tele-
aboratories, and other
In industrial enterprises,
Vey established.
among them is Joshua
rg. 29, the son of a Rabbi,
iurwitz, 35, son of the edi-
be Menorah Journal whom
calls "probably the most
student of nuclear-reactor
industry," Jullian Sch-
I son of a dress manufactur-
[Richard Feynman, son of a
pnager. both physicists who
rn in New York. Fortune
inger and Feynman are
ed the "top theoreticians
"generation." |
iirvey also established that
the parents of the Jew-
ntists gave their religion as
! only nine percent of the
Jewish scientists professed
rish religion. Among the
nts only 23 percent pro-'
heir religion as compared!
percent of their parents,
[the young Catholic scien-
ce wanted to profess their)
beliefs.
! basis of these figures, the
survey comes to the con-
hat there is a general loss
[among young scientists in
niry regardless of their re-
ackground. Forty-five per-
e young scientists declar-
elves agnostics or athe-
twenty-two percent said
religious, but arc not af-
nth any religion,
percentage of scientist--
nh families v;ined con-
in the several fields M
lie Fortune report says.
and medical research it
prcent. physics 1 percent.
17 percent; and in as-
fand meteorology, zero.
PAGE 3
Rabbi Hurwitz Named Zamora Spiritual
Leader; To Arrive Week of August 15
Announcement was made this
week by Abe Maloff, president of
Zamora Jewish Center, Coral Ga-
bles, that Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
of Brookline, Mass., has bee n
called to the pulpit of the Center.
Rabbi Hurwitz comes here, from
the Conservative Temple Beth
Zion, Brookline, and will arrive in
Coral Gables during the early part
of the week of August 15.
Rabbi Hurwitz is a graduate of
Haverford College, Pa., and of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. While in Brookline, he
served also as a member of the
faculty of the New England School
of Theology and was active in the
cultural, social, civic and educa-
tional life of the Jewish and gen-
eral community.
Rabbi Hurwitz served previously
in Brooklyn, N.Y., and in Edmon-
ton, Alberta, Canada. He is active-
ly identified with the Zionist and
Jewish Congress movements, as
well as in interfaith programs.
He attended one of the World
Jewish Congress sessions in Ge-
neva as an American delegate and
Delegates to be Named
Regular meeting of the Norman
Bruce Brown Auxiliary, Jewish
War Veterans, will be held on
Wednesday evening, August 11, 8
p.m., at 1947 West Flagler st. Dele-
gates will be elected for the JWV
national convention slated in Rich-
mond, Va., October 13.
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can Professors at Evanston, 111., on
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ience in Israel."
Rabbi Hurwitz is a former He-
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summer of 1952 attended courses
in Jewish education at the Gradu-
ate School of Dropsie College at
Philadelphia.
Rabbi Hurwitz arrives here with
his wife and their daughter, Jes-
sica, age ten.
Rabbi and Mrs. Hurwitz were re-
cently in Miami as guests of the
Zamora Center and delivered threfe
addresses to the congregation ana"
Sisterhood. The call extended t
the Rabbi was upon a unanimous
vote of the Board and the congre-
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iOBAL SHORTS
Parliament Gets First
Law Regulation
|< JTA)The first of the
nplemrntation regulations)
^Federal Indemnification |
the compensation of in-,
[ claimants came before
it here, a full year after
tscii was passed. Although
Tiation has kept the law
liter and even a dead-
is not yet certain wheth-
fir^t implementation reg-
|1 enter into force on its
te of October 1.
Jews Raise Funds
irtyrs Forest' in Israel
)N (JTA)Intensification
ni-ing among Jews in Yu
In behalf of the planting'
pn the Martyrs Forest in i
_ reported here in a com-'
pn from the Federation of
Communities of Yugosla
peport said that some 3,-
linars had been raised
It Yugoslavia for the
M 10.000 trees. This rep-
Qe-half of the pledge of
in Jews.
im Refuses to
[Ban on Spinoza
fORK (JTA)A proposal
Lthe seventeenth century I
in ..11on of the philoso-!
ch de Spinoza has been
the leaders of the Por-1
Jewish community here,
Is of those who Original-
tthe eminent scholar, the
Times reported here
jKerdam. The suggestion
lider the 300-year-old
ICame from David Ben
el's former Prime Min-
the leaders of the
Jewish community in
bra nded Spinoza's
Heal and dangerous for
Rabbinical Convention
Opposes Marriage Changes
DETROIT (JTA) The proposal,
of the Conservative Kabbinate in I
this country for changing the text |
of the traditional Hebrew marriage '
contractthe Kesubah was as-1
sailed at a convention of the Rab-
binical Council of America, an Or-1
thodox group. Addressing the con- ]
vention. Dr. Theodore Adams,1
president of the organization, said (
that the proposed change is "noth-
ing more than a publicity stunt" I
and "an attempt to break down
basic traditions that are holy." He
claimed that the proposed change
WOOld do nothing to eliminate do
mestic friction.
UN Body Asks Lebanon to
Prevent Arab Infiltration
TEL AVIV (JTA)The chair
man of the Israel-Lebanese Mixed
\imjstiee Commission last vuvk
end called upon Lebanon to keep
element suspected of border in-
filtration and attacks on [anal Ml!
of the fron'ier districts, in order
to prevent the recurrence of recent
attacks. The chairman made his
appeal at. an emergency meeting
of the MAC convened at Israel's
request to consider an attack on
an Israeli tractor operator at Cha-
nitta. in northern Israel, last week.
Possibility of Sight for Blind
Seen by Israeli Scientist
HAIFA (JTA>The possibility of
restoring sensory perception to the
sightless, giving the blind virtual
possibility of "seeing" 'again
through electrical impulses, was
envisaged as within reach by Dr,
Ollendorf, professor of electrical
engineering at the Israel Technical
Institute here. Writing in the lat-
est issue of the Technical Scientific
Bulletin. Dr Ollendorf poses sev-
eral questions relating to the mech-
anism of defective vision and
points out possibilities of their
solution with the aid of electro-
encephalographic methods.
rofessor Reelected to
ty of University
(JTA)Professor Ernst
who holds the chair of
(Commercial Law at the
>rsity here, has been re-
[4he rectorship, or presi-
vu institution for a sec
|tr term, by secret bal-
faculty members. His
[a storekeeper in the an-
community of Fried-
Frankfurt. He himself.
ig as legal counsel for
lirt private bank, receiv
Ointment as lecturer at
,'nnersity He fled from
;l>> Holland then to Tur-
|.hc taught law and the
of law at the universi-
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Israel Demands U.S. Arms
On Equal Basis With Egypt
JERUSALEM (JTA) If the
United States arms Egypt it must
provide Israel with an equal quan
tity of weapons, Dr. Walter Eytan,
director general of Israel's For-
eign Ministry, demanded on a
broadcast here over Kol Zion,
the Israel Government station The
Western Powers' declaration guar-
anteeing the balance of power in
the Middle East lost its validity
the moment the United States de-
cided to strengthen Iraq without
strengthening Israel adequately.
Dr. Eytan declared.
Rumanian Charges Rejected;
Ask Unrestricted Emigration
I JERUSALEN (JTA)The Isrue
I Government has bluntly rejected
Rumanian charges th:it "thou-
sands" of Jews of Rumanian origin
. are being prevented by Israel from
i returning to Rumania and that a
(campaign of incitement against
I Rumania is being carried on in the
Jewish Stale This was revealed in
the Israel Parliament by Premier
' Moshe Sharett. who said that the
reply sent by the Israel Govern-
\ ment to the Government of Ru-
mania termed these chargescon-
tained in a Rumanian note of June
4"devoid of adequate foundation
in fact."
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Russian Emigres Fined in
Germany for Propaganda
MUNICH (JTA) In the first
case tried in Germany on the basis
of a law directed specifically
against anti-Semitism, two Russian
emigre leaders have been fined by
a Munich judge for inciting racial
hatred. After a court session at
vihich an anti-Jewish demonstra-
tion was staged by the defendants
and their Nazi lawyer, a $240 fine,
was imposed on Eugene Arcuik,
alias Dershavin, head of the
RONDD movement tjiat carries on
the tradition of the "Black Hun-
dreds," the notorious pogromist
league of Tsarist Russia.
Jewish Agency Gets Special
Status in Israel; Pact Signed
' JERUSALEM (JTA>An agree-
ment establishing a special status
for the Jewish Agency in its activ-
ities in Israel was formally signed
here between the Lsracl Govern-
ment and the Jewish Agency in the
presence of members of the Cab-
inet and of the Agency's execu-
tive. The ceremony took place in
the chamber where the Israel Cab
inot usually holds its meetings.
0RT Trains 600 in Holland
For Emigration, New Jobs
AMSTERDAM (JTA)More than
600 persons attended various ORT
courses in Holland last year to
either prepare themselves for emi-
gration or to retrain themselves in
new occupations when they failed
to find work in their old fields,
the annual report of the ORT
movement in Holland revealed
here. The ORT offered 19 differ-
ent courses during the past year.
New Groups for Cooperation
Formed in Bonn, Dortmund
BONN (JTA) New chapters of
the Society for Christian-Jewish
Cooperation have been established
in the city of Bonn and in Dort-
mund, making a total of 18 in West
Germany. Principal speaker at the
Bonn charter meeting was Profes-
sor Franz Boehm, who headed the
German delegation to the repara
tions negotiations with Israel at
The Hague and is now a deputy in
the Bon Bundestag. West German
President Theodor Heuss was pres-
ent.
Children Discussed
Regular meeting of the Dynamic
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Friday evening, August 6, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer,
6251 SW 24th st. Mrs. Vo. Gelb will
lecture on "Children and Inferior-
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Johnston Feels Ike's
Prestige Remains Steady
K^enhoworinthe COUntHS >""
dealt with more telling than tne
nti-American feeling and prop;,
andfi w are told prevails in the
liddle East!
A. I am sure it is. Both the
\nibs and the Israelis seem to feel
that the President meant what he
said when he stated a pollCJ W
impartial friendship" t o w arc!
them both. On specific matters. Of
course, there is still resentment in
ne camp or the other. For exam-
ple, Israel is bitterly unhappy
William Gibberson
Affairs of State
Opens at Biltmore
Producer Sam Hirsch has come
up with one of his best comedy
I its nl the summer season at the
Biltmore Playhouse with "Affairs
A State."
Starring in this mirth provoking
\ehicle of the "behind-the-scenes"
pisodes in the nation's capitol are
the husband and wife team of Wil-
liam Gibberson and Vicki Cum-
mings.
Miss Cummings and Gibber-on
keep the play moving at a rapid
| ace throughout and the audience
chuckling from start to finish.
Most amazing about "Affairs of
State"' is the fact that this Broad
way comedy hit was written by a
E renchmanLouis Verneuil. The
Ithor has I sharp grasp Of Amer
an wit and idiom which makes B
i asant evening for everyone
Miss Cummings is excellent in
the role of the spinster school
teacher who agrees to become a
ile. 111 name only to the Senator
The part calls tor Miss Cum-
mings to make a transition from a
owdy school teacher at the be-
ginning Of the play to an attrac
live woman who knows how to
charm Washington officials and
gain the love of a husband who.
heretofore, was only her employer.
Celeste Holm starred in the orig-
inal Broadway production in 1950
and was later succeeded by June
Havoc.
If Gibberson looks familiar to
those attending the play, it is
that he is the announcer for Fulton
J. Sheen's television program.
.,,,, American arms Bid to k
The Arab Stal..... <; / \ "J
aro equally unhappy......"< .
Ih:,t brael i- still receiving mon
l s economic aid than Ihe; are
y On the basis oi your recenl
discuss,,,,,-, what real Poib.l.Ues
doyouseeforoutracingtheshaicy
amisUce situation with a workable
scheme for developing the Jordan
Valley"
A I think the chance- arc very
R,,od First of all. while the iron
"ice situation i- admittedly shaky.
I personally believe thai tly states,
men of both the Aral, nation- and
brael are determined to exercise
restraint Therefore 1 think
there is every chance that we shall
be able to get something going in
the Jordan Valley despite the ten
sions which exist. If we can do
that we shall have eliminated the
explosive issue of the Jordan
waters from the equation and tnus
diminished the possibility thai the
armistice will break down.
Q. Just why is the I'nited
States sufficiently Interested In
this Jordan Valley project to -end
a special emissary ol the President
out there to put it across?
A. I think there are several rea-
son- We are deeplj interested
in maintaining peace and stabilitj
in the strategic Near East One
wav to do this ,- to remove the
specific and Identifiable p 'ints ol
frictiondoctor the -ore spots as
it were The Jordan liner i- one oi
these it we can work oul an ac
ceptable division ol it- waters and
use them to the be-t ol all eon
cerned. we Will have removed one
major cause oi dissension
Dovirf B. oili
To Mark Tisha B'Av
On JNF Radio Program
The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil, of Greater Miami will pre-
program m observance ol twm
B'Av on Jacob Schachters Jewish
Variet) Hour, station WMBM, Sun-
day, Augusl 8, 13 to 2 P-m
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky.
spiritual leader ol Congregation
Beth El, and Rabbi Louis J I
field ol Austin Park Chicago, Ill-
scheduled guesl -i"
the program Cantor Bereli I
mer ol Mian;; Henri I an1'
.....1 "ill :
selection;
Rabbi Mi
den) ol Ihe ouni
the which has
ed by S I '"ll"
chairman
Yiddish School
Gets New Head
thp Workmen's Ctrclo T. L. Per
h.l re embarking this
., project Instead of
.,, the Beach
........rd.nat.ng c..m-
declded to have N.th
'hools conducted on a full time
,,<, Joseph Huntov.
r, Louis Lasavin,
School- ,II continue to direct tbo
,,mM school, l-xated at 1545 SW
The Beach school committee has
,, David H Roaal to conduct
|ts sciwol a) 29 Washington ave.
Rossi a native of Poland, came
,0 the Inited Stotoa at the age of,
Ifl when he became associated
with the Jewish school movement j
,,, the Workmen- Circle. He is a,
graduate of the Workmen's Circle
Teachers Seminary and studied
liberal art- at Syracuse University
and play writing and directing at
Vale
li, taughl at the first Yiddish
school in the South, the Work
,, Circle School in Atlanta.
..... -till in existence after 34 years
o| continued activity
In the Ms. Rossi lectured at the
Rand School of Social Sciences and
organised and directed various
youth theatre groups, while work-
inj ,n -ummer in youth camp*.
I |x,n returning from their sec-
|p ..round the world in 1W0.
Mr and Mrs Rossi settled in Sa
h where he taught in the
Workmen
11H6, at wl
Circle
iiho. at which unntw!
to Palestine "*l
wiuie thet. Rn,
grams ami direclrtT'
Broaden,,, s,^,*!
er thi- k. i_ "al
4 i
er the K
LAfola.
Rossi who b 53. Mi
M.ami Bea, i, n rji
traiion ol PupusMa
day. the 18 it lhe
Wash ii
Samet to Speak
Seymour Sarnet,,
director ol the An
Commute, W||| |tt
at the week!) lunched
Miami Beach Lodj, ,
on Tuesil.i Auwvtuj
at the Di Lido Hotel L
discuss the work of tb]
Jewish Committee.
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:UST 6. 1954
***##> nrwH**n
PAGE 7
Life of Theodor HerzhJHis
rsonal Triumph and Tragedy
IPH NEDAVA
AJP
DTK: .lewlh iincari-
piiuil thr world are
prncni'trale the fiftieth
| pHKHins of Thwnlor
) of Zlnnlam, with a
|a which i-oinmriK'Oil
pint Heral Committee
nnry and the Amerl-
anril have Meheduled
, meeting** durlns the
Mnber and l>eremher.
j\\. 1965. Followlns Is
merit of n aerlea of
UlnK with mime of the
khanea of Herxla life,
ptly Hharetl top hunoni
and aecond prize win*
f Robert S Miirrua
fContest aponanred by
>> Conic reaa.)
ras sealed with the
|n July 4, 1904. She
ad lonely, and everi
htrength to fight for
health (ailed her.
of self-confidence
I. The wave of grief
per Jewry meant lit-
personal loss was
bid no condolences
per.
testament was a
|eed a strange docu-
lie was concerned,
Imost difficult to ex-
Ignored almost en-
meant nothing to
rently didn't think
up their children,
led guardians and
limn, her care. The
Pauline, was to
|'s close friend, Jo-
ty. the industrial
Bo be sent over to
under the guard j
Per personal friend, I
Et Joe Cowen; and j
ghter. Trude. was (
id of an adopted
Folffsohn's at Co-
Bss was now com-
ned against the
ig deprived her of
having left her
taken away her
! lost all interest in
Herzl by only two
away in 1907, at
(During these two
[very little of her
pio also could find
the "fall of her
outwardly she
Pier majestic bear-
1911.
of the House of
[end here. Herzl's
low began their
ing.
rown prince*' of
night to England
[of 1905. He found
country, and al-
spend most of
he never really
I'd. His personal-
loot adjust to the
fe. He proved to
ent. very diligent
being particular
Res But socially
I at ease,
graduation from
never really
Bunds. Wolffsohn
ling the "Herzl's
Jut money could
emotional prob-
i-niely sensitive
a feeliog of in
pdow oi his fain
r*w that he would
tp to anything re
her reputation
a morbid be-
Esses which peo-
irere not due to
at. but really be-
ficr In his own
proud, and he I
receive favours
ill who knew
tif> to his kind
[He was princely
line way all hw
at of his "edd-
and ascetism,
[a spineless gen
mostly shun
types. Slowly
shut before
was not con-
guest even in
of the Zionist
ving the First
aged for a ten-
der hand to lead him. He was poor,
almost penniless, a refined vagrant!
who could find no place for him-
self in this world. He lived in a
dark, miserable attic in a poor dis-1
trict of London, doing some work
as a janitor for a free lodging. He
often went hungry for days. He was
a haunted Hamlet, but without any
desires for vengeance.
Hans' softness and unsecurity
led him to seek his salvation first
in psychiatry and later in religious
experimentations. He craved for
some authority, for guidance in
his confused personal world. He
spent a considerable amount of
money, which he managed to,
scrape together, on visits to Pro-;
fessors Jung and Freud, and he j
studied the latest trends in psy-
chiatry. However, when Jung and
Freud proved unable to help him i
he plunged into religious studies, <
but was soon completely adrift in
the world of mysticism. He had
never really been taught Judaism
in his childhood, for ineodor Herzl
was himself not deeply rooted in
Jewish religion. Hans developed
the notion that Zionism and Jew-
ishness were separate and distinct
ideas, arguing that "one can be a
Zionist nationalist and a Catholic
at one and the same time." He was
within a short period of time all of
the following: a Methodist, a Cath-
olic, and an Anglican. Yet, none of
these provided him with the faith
he sought. After the first of his
conversions, he lost even the little
sympathy that some Jews had for
him in former years. He was now
lonelier than ever before.
Yet he felt that he still had a
duty to discharge. He no longer
saw any clear purpose to his own
life, but he believed that he could
do something for his elder sister,
and. quite of his own volition, he
assumed responsibility for her wel-
fare. However weak he was, Pau-
line was even more helpless.
Pauline was, to say the least, un-
stable. She was flippant, not very
particular about morals, and seem-
ingly intent on drawing from life
whatever earthly pleasure could be
had. While still under the guard-
ianship of the Kremenetzkys, she
became quite unruly. She would
not recognize any authority but her
own. for after all she was Herzl's
daughter. At the same time, she
hated the Zionists and refused to
have anything to do with them.
Her marriage to a certain Vien-
nese engineer, Joseph Hift, was a
complete failure. She was not cap-
able of leading an orderly married
life, and was inspired by the rath-
er low standard of French popular
romances. Her handwritingif this
can serve as an indication of her
personalitywas extremely child-
ish, long after she had reached ma-
turity. Monejfchad no value to her
except, of course, when she was
in great need of it. In this respect,
too, -he differed from Hans, who
methodically kept accounts.
She was divorced from her hus-
band some two years before the
First World War, and lived a dis-
reputable life until the end. Hans'
exhortations and attempts to im-
prove her conduct came to nothing.
Her life was wasted in tne most
pathetically wretched way. Her last
illness overtook her in Bordeaux.
Hans rushed from London to her
bedside, but could no longer be of
any help. She died in September
1930.
Hans blamed himself for being
an indirect cause of her death, be-
lieving that his efforts in her be-
half had been insufficient. He had
no more "duties" to discharge, and
decided that he could no longer
bear himself alive on the earth. He
shot himself in his hotel room. He
was not yet 40 years old; Pauline
was one year older. Both of them
lie buried at Bordeaux in the South
of France. They are almost tot-
gotten, their graves untended.
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Published by the League's Flor-
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1954.
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PAGE 8
Joan Adler Weds
Allan C. Appel Here
At the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter on Sunday. July 25. in a 3
pm. ceremony. Miss Joan Adler.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Ad-
ler. 195 Calais dr.. Miami Beach,
became the bride of Allan C. Ap-
pel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Ap-
pel. 120 Zamora ave.. Coral Gables.
Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. North
Shore spiritual leader, officiated.
Maid of honor was Estelle Ad-
ler. sister of the bride. Mr. Appel
was best man for his son
The bride selected a delicate
pink sheath satin cocktail gown
with a tulle side drape. Her illu-
sion veil was attached to a pillbox
of matching pink satin. She car-
ried orchids on a Bible
After the ceremony, a reception
was held for friends and family at
home. In the evening, a formal din
ner party followed at the Beach
comber.
The bride is a graduate of Lear
School. Miami Beach. Mr. Appel
attends the University of Miami.
The couple flew to New York
Chicago. Detroit and Jamaica for
their honeymoon. Upon their re
turn, they will make their home in
Coral Gables.
Sokoloffs to Mark
Tenth Anniversary
: Ml
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TODAY, AUGlStB
personal]
SPEAKS
Mrs. Sidne) WriMnaJ
gain after ., busy ,^7
Mod. She \i-.it.fi wnkfcj
A. A. Ungar al their 1
to Clayton G-.,fc2J
neas In Wash.ngton rjf "
ed with Miami Beaefcy
Robert Z Greene i,^
Making New York CUVj
law stops Mr. weatr3
terlained by frier,* *
cocktail parti*
Marilvn Levta
Mr. and Mr.
La*

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Mia Barbara 1. Gttiott
ietzoff, Rosenthal
Plan for Wedding
Making plan- tor their wedding
are Barbara Joy Getzoff and Victor
Morris Rosenthal, Jr The couple
. re both Universitj of Miami -:u-
Mr. and Mr- Aaron Getzoff. 6880
Harding ave. Miami Beach, are
announcing their daughters en-
gagement. Mr Rosenthal is the
son of Dr V M. Rosenthal. Tampa,
and Mrs. Al Janis. Ka>t Orange.
N.J.
Miss Getzoff is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and i-
currently in her .sophomore year
it the I'M. She belongs to Sigma
Lambda Phi service sorority and
served as a junior counselor. She
was chosen queen of the Propeller
ClUb.
Mr. Rosenthal. a graduate of the
University of Florida, is attending
law school at the L'M. where he
belongs to Nu Beta Kpsilon legal
honorary fraternity
He has received his commission
aa second lieutenant in the Armv
ROTC.
Cowans Reside on
Pine True Drive
The former Babetl
Waltc r 1
at 4732 Pine T-
They were mamer
The bri
Marcus R
v< and the lati "
Mr '
A I
Ni i
versil
Miss I f M ai
- .
Mr
V
I'.KA
the 1
nance hu-.
Summer Dinner Dance
v.- .
given by 1
ni Hadassah
BeacbcomtM r oi
10
Chairmen oi tl
Ruth
Phili.;
and Mr- Hi nrj V
In ehargi
Mr- Ruth
n Ni I
IVtiothal IU-vealed
.,. m. f their daugh-
Marilyn, to Mr. Seymour
been announced by
Louis T Levin, of


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Brooklyn, NY, arm^iS
for a month taj utj^S
Hotel. Mr- U aid is ,
of the Mizrarhi Woom/i
tion of America. Mr yj
teacher in the Nc VJ
school system and put,
of the Mizrai hi V ,uth (
I
Mr. and Mrs Jfrsa#i
are in Europe (in a,
of the continent Witl^
Mr. and Mr- Harn Spsal
Mr. and Mis Chirks fl
son are off on a
along the i.ulf coal _
who is publicity direaarf
Greater Miami Jcwuk |
and a non objective
,___, to add to hi- \krtcW#
" h' h" v{L? Ball ' uv^LESS irnr tocorporaUoa a*f
is presently employed
. Miment there, i
.1 baseball cap- '
n B ach High School.! Rahh "' ',r- **>
I rum laude 3'9. '
.unting degree from backI Iron their tsssssj
: MatoM and rr- \"k- ;' 'h'> t**
,, jue. icd with their
, _. .. i Lawrem i '.rn Just i
": '''.';!lvn Un and ler-rnhj
,, legal fratiiamy
. t i
i Itr.
,s the son of Mr
Won Schwartz. 1232
Mum. Bench

Adult Council Schedules
Picnic of Greynolds Park
Mrs. Samui I Katz. o( *]
They also \ i-:ted lor i
with <,.
graadchildn n Mr ail
Wang ai I Mr ud tij
I '
Mrs 1.
N J and Mr .,r: Mr
Ion ami Ki Jacob D fas]
Mrs. *"( i C*
h Young
t t.reater Miami [HV
VufU*1 8 gV. With Mr Benlunt
heduled t-> leave Max Rlchun. brotkn
! manu-CI and the 0j yr. (
renter Mraaat Jew-( .
1 enter, in tiaae to
irk at 11 S a m.
: the affair are Com
and Jack I>leh-
I tin- week that
tlo- picnic must
' big enough for two
<>ll to the highest
Mrs. Meyers Eke*]
Anna Brenner MtJOj]
Beach attornei and i
Hade ( ounty Sdwal
been electi I uce
International Woost
a ojsjvention "I tk* .
held in Helsinki Fisbay
Palmolive Soap Is Mildesl
elter for tomplexioii"
- .
Mrs. Selig
Visits Israel
Mrs. Monte Sclig. 725 West I)i
Lido dr., Miami Beach, who is
Greater Miami women's division
chairman of State of Israel Bond-
left Miami on a three-week tour of
Israel with other bond drive offi
cials.
The delegation, which will a-
semble in New York for the fact
finding flight to Israel, will return
late in August.
It will visit industrial centers
and rural communities and confer
with top Israel officials, said Mrs
Selig. to see "at first hand how (he
investment dollar provided by the
'ale of development issue bonds is
helping Israel's economy."
Mrs. Selig visited Israel in 1947
on a similar mission under aus-
pices of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater Miami.
The Greater Miami goal this
year in Israel bond sale is $750,000
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JUST 6. 1954
+Je*i4*n*rldUar)
Reveal Joan's Engagement
irris; Bride-Elect Mecl Student
i Al Osheroff, of ____fc
Five., Miami Beach,'
fngagcmcnt of their
I..niisc. to Dr. Jo-1
on of Mr. and Mrs.
Brooklyn, N.Y.
[the bride-elect is a
sophomore class of
.of Miami School of
(graduated from the
[degree, majoring in
ember of Alpha Ep-
emedical honorary
[Beta Beta, biology
|y, and the Chemis-
ety.
ff was also a staff
icane, UM weekly.
Ing undergraduate
attended the Uni-
^sylvania. where she
of the Debate So-
em Dance Group.
ect graduated from
!igh School, where
ni the yearbook in
i of Student Council,
kimial Honor Society,
be International Re-
(ce president of the
of Young Judaea.
?ms Chapter, BBG,
(heart for the Bob
kaptei
at present a resi-
\*\ medicine at the
"oral Gables. He re-
degree from New
(y and graduated
Jnivcrsity School of
re he was a mem-
ta Epsilon. medical
Harris was a mem-
iicean Society, Biol-
lety and the German
[extern at Topeka
i Topeka. Kan., and
[in hip at Queen's
I, New York Citj
B I R T H S
Births in the Greater Miami area
during the past week include the
following:
Bcnita Joy. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Green, 11 Malaga avc.
Karen Lynn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Murray Kaufman. 3590 SW
9th ter.
0
Gary Bernard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Goldstein, 3368 SW
12th
Charlcne Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Necdelman, 3650
NW 15th st.
Goodwill Group Plans
Welfare Card Party
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a card and games
party as part of its welfare work
during the summer on Tuesday,
August 10. 1 p.m.. at 2463 SW 8th
st according to an announcement
this week by Mrs. Ben Johnson.
; chairman.
Hostesses at the affair will be
I the Meadames Jack Shapiro, presi-
dent of the group, and Helen
Dubin.
Roth is Speaker
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Di-
li id will hold a general meeting on
Tuesday evening, August 10. 8:30
p.m.. at the St. Moritz Hotel
Councilman Burnett Roth will be
guest speaker.
Theater Party Due
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, have planned a the
atre party at the Carib Theatre lor
the week of August 15 through 21.
as on* of its fund raising affair-
Ticket chairman is Mrs. David
Brown.
?*
gel
fiancee
Jerry Langel. 917
announce the en-
lot
Mrs. KuI)in Sees
Family Here; May
Not Leave for North
Milton Rubin and wife, Helen,
of Scarsdale. New York, West-
chester County, spent their recent
vacation with Mr. Rubin's mother.
Mrs. Frances N. Rubin, at the
Shore Club Hotel. Miami Beach.
Rubin is president of the Metro-
politan Mirror Co.. whose 40.000-
square foot all glass factory has
just opened in Mount Vernon. N.Y. I
He is also vice president of the i
National Mirror Manufacturing As- j
socialion
Prior to their vacation here. Mrs. |
Rubin entertained her grandchil-i
dren. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I.asdon,
also .,( N Y,
Having had her sister and broih
er-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Goodman, j
Springiield, Mass, and nieces Na-'
talie and Juding Cohen, of Chicago.
. on previous visits here during the
winter. Mrs. Rubin has already
seen most of her family and may
not go North this year for her tra
ditional summer away from Miami
Beach.
Mill LMfCl
York and aecently
service with the
been set for the
- TEACHER
Iriton* voict. perfect
[director, well versed
Br.ih. trained teacher,
position. Conurvi -
|nces. Write: Rabbi
mi It.
CANTOR
fine speaker, trained
musician, able to
'ienced Hebrew, Son-
ftructor, withes to
out ion. Best refer-
Boa 2973. Miami It.
TEACHERS
|ERY and
(GARTEN
, IIF DAY SESSION
US JEWISH CENTER.
START SEPTEMBER.
MEN, 9-12 NOON,
700.
Simchah Campers
To Hold Pageant
As one of the closing events of
the camp season, children of Camp
Simchah will participate Friday in
a pageant showing the life and
progress of Jews in America for
the past 300 years.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. whose topic will
be "Jewish Life in an American-
Jewish Camp."
Script for the pageant consists
of Israeli dancing, singing and nar-
ration and was written by Mrs.
Marjorie Ent. Dance sequences are
by Mrs. Shushannah Spector. Both
are directors of the camp.
As part of the program of Camp
Simchah. the children have also
been active in planting trees in
Israel in memory of Dr. Theodor
Herri, as well as observing the
"Nine Days of Ab" by abstaining
from eating meats during this
period.
Other two directors of Camp
Simchah are Mrs. Gertrude Fallick
and Malcolm P. Furman.
Laurence Edward, son of Mr .
and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, 2964
SW 21st st.
-o
Arlene Kay. daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Gilbert Gcrstein. 3482 SW
27th st.
Joseph Franklin. II. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Greene, 1210 SW
3rd ave.
o
Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kravnick. 3531 SW 11th st.
Michael Raymond, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Shindelman.
13050 NW 17th ct.
o
Andrew Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Rubin. 1401 West
21st st.
Phyllis Iajim daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Wolfeld, 3763 SW
26th ter.
Candacc, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Wolf son. 1060 95th
.St.
Amy Suzanne, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hany Fleming, 6390 SW
114th st.
Barbara Jo, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Malick. 1201 Mar-
seilles dr.
o
David Leroy. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Pritikin, 1597 North
Treasure dr.
o
Diane Karen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Stiffler, 380
North Royal Poinciana blvd.
Loralee Faith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Goldberger. 810
NW 19th ct.
Jane Margot. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Benson, 1770
Normandy dr.
Joseph Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Falk, 301 SW 19th rd.
Carolyn Suzanne, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Davis. 8946
SW 27th st.
YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH
at
MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH
1281 WASHINGTON AVENUE
WITH THE MEl* Of S-0
WORSHIP IN AIR-CONDmONfD COMFORT
DURING THE
HIGH HOLY DAYS
TOM THE FIRST TIMt IN THE NEW EDIFICE OF THE
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Reservations Taken Doily the Synagogue
PHONE 86-5226
Am Anwool Membership Fee ol S18.00 Entitles Member to
One Admission Ticket lor Impressive and Dignified Services
HERTZ WEISS ISAAC H. EVER
President **fci
I
.Senataf KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
CATERING
A Complete Sen (C
No Party Too Small No Party Too Large
775 D.ide Boulevard Miami Beach
Phone 5-9952 If No Answer Call 84-2078
Under Rabbinical Superrmixi
Mrs. Swartz Chairman
Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai
| B'rith Women, will hold its first
. member-bring a member dessert
I luncheon at the Empress Hotel on
Wednesday. August 11. 12 noon.
Mrs. Abe SwarU is chairman.
iw
t li- home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
res. US. pat. off.
Miami Miami Baach Ft Lauderdalo West Palm Boach


Sisterhood Dance Due
The Sisterhood of North Dade |
Jewish Center will hold a swim j
dance at the Biltmore Terrace Ho- j
tel on Saturday evening, August,
14, 8 p.m. _____
A RfFMSHING SUMMtR PRINK
A NOURISHING f00D...
MANISCHEWITZ
borscht
DtUCIOUS WITH IAM TAM CRACKFRS
^Sfi
cwr
SCHOOL
o w s
FOR ROYS (dietary
DAY SCHOOL for BOYS and GIRLS ELEMENTARY thru HIGH-COLLEGE PREP.
AM Occasions
- C010R or
ICK A WHITE
fOGRAPHY
mi.
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Program of Sports and Recreation for All Students
LICENSEO TEACHERS
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Including Bar Mitxvah
3* AT NO ADDITIONAL COST
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Information and Registration:
OX MS. MIAMI BEACH
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2* ID AY,
J^nS^OfGri^ldAdtlress On Fifth Amend*
J. U-1J- IvAl V_^i v___________________teachers The cormrni-1 summoned i 40_ ,
By ERWIN N. GRISWOLD
Dtan of tha Harvard Law Schaol
(EDITOR'S NOTE: I
- n. i- the .ii i> ;,i > nar
llonal amendment
rbapi nol
i conatitu-
...... '" "':!* f
toulc ol eonveraailon amona ail 1 a
rltlaana. Tha Kii'ih Amendment, or at
..,.i thai clauai which aeta loith the
urlvllece aaatlnal aeU-lncrimlnatloa, is
, on tha cantor ol Utter controveraj
both "ai.....-<11> and k* all] siani. i
Alllk'ilKr. Circuit Judge of the Blev-
-nth .iiKii.aai t'Iroult "f FTorida a
Miami, racantly circulated coalaa of
n addraaa made by Deatn Qi
t.iforp tha Maaaachuaettn Bar A
tlon laal a/Inter. The Jewtah norttUaa
hen publlahea tins addreaa aa one "i
., aerlea to appear from time i" time
In the hope ti.t it 'M offer readeri
bai kcround perttlnraa < tha amend-
; and t" iv ii i icnta al largaj.)
Old friends are good friends. Yet
even with the best of friends prob-
-.. ...v.. .---------------------------------------- ----- V,|iu III"! "-----rf ----
lems sometimes arise. I nave tne sj,je|. whether you have ever ncaro
feeling that that is in a sense the anything like it before
situation we find ourselves in with
respect to the Fifth Amendment It
has been with us a long time. It is
rather comforting to have around.
Yet in the past few years it has
come to our consciousness as it
rarely has before, and it has been
troublesome to many members of
the public. It has seemed to me
worth while, therefore, to under
take a review of the Fifth Amend-
ment with the thought that ordi-
narily the better we understand
something in human experience,
the less fearsome it becomes.
Before going further it may be
well to introduce our old friend
itself. The Fifth Amendment con-
tains a number of provisions which
are commonplace. Along with
these is the phrase which reads:
No person shall be compelled
in any criminal case to be a wit-
:ess against himselt." The Massa
chusetts Constitution has a corre-
sponding provision, which ante-
dates that in the Federal Constitu-
tion. Article XII of the Ifassa
chusetts Bill of Rights, adopted in
GovernourI desire to know
from vou. whether you did print
the Charter or not. and who let
you to work?
' BradfordCovernmir. il IS in
impracticable thing for any man
to accuse himself, thou knows it
very well.
GovernourWell. I shall nol
much press you to it. but il >""
were so Ingenuous as u> confess,
,i should go the better with you
Bradford(iovertmur. 1 desire
to know my accuser; I think it
very hard to be put upon accus-
ing myself. .. ,
Governourfan you denj Mai
you printed n" do kno* you
did print it. and bj whose d
turns, and will prove it,
make you smart for it. t"" since
vou are SO stubborn
BradfordI.et me know m)
accusers, and I shall know the
better bow to make mj di f<
Fifth Amendment is to .
art El%
o;,r HOW ran a man (ear hi wii
engaged in espionage of sabotage I provides -pefififiij-
or anything like that, andI never ; the holding of offlft *!
ln,.rlm.nate himsell if h. knuw h
ha- committed m- crime. Judge
Magruder of our own FustICircuil
Court ol Appeals has recent! y gi
.. .. illustration- -i ,hl" 'n,h
''^'"'r heanloi" any such activities! ship in an) comma*'
b) ,.n> member of his group. H jtion by any person h>p
/ould have been horrified by any l ^ m a ^^ **%
WchacOoiU lion or of an* othe,'.
Nevertheless, there were things ,u, .. B
(run time to time which he .lid not ___ "M '
He rationalized them in var- P*n..d of Part}
nothing can be per-! It has been declared^
to be a rommunist a l
setts since 1951. buttfcj
some possible room iff
the effectiuness of Uua|
view of the |>rl>visionof|
it-nether he |u"t~he becarnTtroubied;jil alter act. That the federal)
man ma) well incrimi ,h,. war he slowl) drifted away displace state action ,
natehim AttheveryleaMitv.il from the group He n. ver formally by a nenl d
in effect shift the bu I Hi lust turned away. By ..
S him so that he will hai..... ,he time of th. Korean invsudootn Prem "" "'
prove his own 1950 he wa th.ir.m.im .tisguste-i (Tn,. ri.mum(1er o(
the
en mm
il 10
the
privilege against thai he had been used a- w|ds ^,,".1'
..<..iii. r .. ...... nl.n mini mi':
nation maj
a companion
rule that a man i-
he has been pit
In this connet lion i
he thoh hi ., dupe Bu' he wa also convrnc-
i our established ~,'.,\ ,n hi- own heart of the recti-
innocent until his action-, if not of their
and he did not doubt that
who had been
loDm :
Uttle is heard about self incrimi front ., Supreme Court decisi | with him in the venture
nation during the eighteenth cen written long before our
turv The privilege was included troubles. In Burdick
" of Bights ol stale-. 236 I S 79
,,- innocent of wrong-
. In wa- -ure he was.
*5

century. By the sixteenth century
the idea had been reduced to a
Latin maxim which was rather fre-
quently voiced, but which does not
seem by any means to have reflect-
ted the practice of that period. This
maxim is:
in 1791, and it has been there un recentl) been of concern I am \,,w i,.( me turn to Case 2. This
changed ever since. It is truly an a-k you to assume two ., ,v ,,|M, ., college teacher. He
old friend, with an ancient and I sets ol facts You ma) think that never joined the Communist I'arty
believe useful histor) l>..th oi the sets an \\, never thought ol imning the'
A good many efforts have been likely, and that the) do i I mmunist Part) He Knew a good
Nemo tenetur orodere n,:"u' '" ra"0118}"6 ""; Pnvilege. spond with an out the n I commu-
th m.ughly op-
it He wa-. however, a
man t ted in CMMM
miniater who
life to helping
Hi himself had a great
in aetUIt.i -
; help to al
contribute to
In [act he v.
i kind oi en
He i ted modeag
China R< lief II. b id
g lor the
i tnund him
.i tterheeda of
'mi' "f thi oi .1, rations as a .
Hi was not -ore that he
remembered giving permission t<>
me tin- way; but the
seipsum-or. in English. No one '" l'f ,r L" """''' of Ml I as.
should be required to accuse him- essentia part Ol our basic aw .,... ,,
-elf. But the maxim was then Uttle f" '""" "'""' I llM'"" '
more than an idea. Over the next '" express the rea-"n for tie l-.l,li.....
-.its years, it was apparently Amendment, and why I think it is Clfic case.
standard practice not only to make J s"u"d provision of mar basic laws ,:.
suspected persons give evidence D",n ll'";r, ;,n." v|''','' A !' "
against themselves, but also to use w"ul' llk'" '" u "';"'' "-, is at
torfOre to make Bure that the ac
fused would speak. As we think
ege a- it has continued to this
day, we should not overlook the
lact of its close connection with
the struggle to eliminate torture
;>s a governmental practice.
It seems quite clear that we owe
1he privilege of today primarily to
Freeborn John Liiburn. He was a
cantankerous person, the sort to
gestion thai the privilege against
sell ineriliiinatliiii i- oni Ol the
great landmarks in man
tO make llini-ell el\ lll/i d \- I
have alread) pointed out, the
establishment of the pi. i I
closely linked historically with the
abolition ol torture Now we look
upon torture with abhorrence But
torture was once used by honest
and conscientious public servants
as a means of obtaining informa-
tion about crimes which could nol
whom we owe much for many of ,h'J h X i V x
our basic sights. One of his con- "thcrw se be .I-clo-eM We wan)
temporaries said that "if all the """e "< that 'oday. I am sure. For
world was emptied of all but John 1*5* ^"l'1"^"1. Wt ''V ""
rm. He is

a- its impel i'ou ma; nol
ii speel his I rit)
He believes himself I
tached to the counti
stitution, and he abhor* anything
involving force and violence He
emptied
Liiburn. Liiburn would quarrel
with John and John with Liiburn."
Like most contentious people, he
was stubborn. In 1637, he was
haled before the Star Chamber on
a charge of having imported cer
on his subject- In th
cahn period ol the past middle
l30\. on the solicitation ol i
friend, he wen) to i communist
meeting and toon joined the t om-
which he stands. We have through rZmnn'.'f .. ,M ,h" """ ""
the course of history developed ., '"" '^'"" "u ,,,rVrU>
____ij__-ui. *..u__ *_# .w. irl) appeared un
He thought hi
is a good te-che,- and works h rd u"'", "* "f'.-'u^ ''> |*
..........____ relati l "'" ol the organization, was
make even the most harden,
criminal sign his own death war
rant, or dig his own grave, or pull
the lever that springs the trap on
lam heretical and seditious books. SffiSS, i!^.!}1"*l8"^ ""r '''"'"
He refused to take the oath to ^lJ^S.taK2f^2 '" "1 -|,,,"1>
answer truly, and the Council of
the Star Chamber condemned him
to be whipped and pilloried tor his
'"boldness in refusing to take a
legal oath." without which many
< if tenses might go "undiscovered
and unpunished." And in 1638.
the sentence was carried out.
But Liiburn persisted. He filed m\m.Tr"eontcmp? should" he' 'Z\i
?5i h u Pf'.'ament. and in to compel him to provide the evi
^^^^H:zsL?.^..::m.m,vn;:.^,'u:< .""*" eonvid h.
of punishment such as imprison
that the sentence was "illegal and
against the liberty of the subject."
Later, the House of Lords concur-
red with this view, and ordered an
indemnity paid to him in the
SCI] If his crime is a serious one
careful and often laborious polio
work may be required to prove n
by other evidence. Sometimes no
other evidence can be found Hut
This event seem
Pro lin. but b.
^ thought that in fi
and Hitlensm then
5U< h .: dang! I here
You ma) feel thai
must have
in.:
in,
th,
such
ver) nan

.....'"' "wnven n.,1V, ,..l. > wine .
Bn nieiii. h Sanitations, u has \^r
he two repi,e, ,,.;, artieU, "m
ial involves the PPo*ton to the proc*
thai appealed to him, and he
did nol bother himself much about
it At'.-r a while he heard some
rumblings that there might be
"in, i immunist influence in these <
organizations, but he was slow to i
that that could be true.
In -nine if the organizations, he .
n committees with thor-
ipectaMe fellow citizens '
Hi did not want to poll out. be-1
fi 11 that this would let
hi- friends down Eventually he
lhal some ol these organize
lion* had been ruled to be sub-
vcrsivi b) the Mtorne) General.
Bui he t.... w,,- a stubborn fel-
low lb believed in the stated
objectives ol these organisations
also a freeborn American.,
i his country's great tra '
d'tii.n- and he allowed his name i
1 be used b) some of these or-1
been said in a
gesture of |
dure of pro-
of the common law. By the latter
half of the seventeenth century,
we find many occasions when the
privilege was recognized by the
English courts, and it has been
recognized ever since. Indeed, it is
still a matter of common law in
England. But it is very deeply im-
bedded in the common law.
Thus, the privilege came to this
continent as a part of the legal
heritage of our early settlers. Some
trace of the privilege is found in
|ted on the basi
then available to
'I the [acts
bun, and the
! not,known !",, And
that is the end of my as-
uming Let us -., *hat happs-na
b these tw^individuals. Remrm
thai each ..( these mdiv.iluaU
lili'Kvnl of any
!.,
those days. | Anglo-American legal svstem, we i'",1"1"" "' h: "'i m- w.thout giv
nough to establish V^X" j even SS^ ^J^g* B ^^ '
against self-.ncnm.nat.on as a part accused to provide that evidence
I believe that is a g.....I standard,
and that it is an expression of one
of the fundamental decencies m
the relation we have developed be-
tween "
As
Justice
reared
"The
elty of
pose
every one.and" needs no.illuMra' ^.T ^ "' K^** "I* '" Cnm'"
'" "'- s before Our ,, Nt ? '"n-id.r Case 1 fi^t
"K tmmunut r>Bf1y He is i
Why Wait Si
For Savings
the mm
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IUST 6, 1954
* Jewish fh>rUian
PAGE II
IGIOUS DIRECTORY
L. the ninth day of the Hebrew month, Av, will be observ-
Jatunliiy evening in synagogues throughout the Greater
Appropriate readings from the prophet. Jeremiah, and
mil be read to mark the destruction of the ancient Holy
k. starting at the conclusion of the Sabbath and continued
ly. underscores Jewry's reverence for the occasion and
} travail of two millcnia of exile
iMANO-EL will hold ^----------;-----------;-----------------
wrvioes *i 6 p....,. Ihe Ninth of Av .. Kiddiwh will fo|.
Ung services are at 9 ,ow Mincha a( Jeromiahs
mi.; Lehrm*n will of- .Book ()f Lament8tions-- wi ^
antnr Philip Brum- read at 7:45 Sund mornj
K the musical por- services are at 8;30 am Mincha g
lurgy Daily services j schedulcd for 2 pm with Maafjv
-pel at 8 a.m. and 1 t0 ^ held at 730 p m
\\ JEWISH CENTER
Jd.i> evening services
Saturday morning
(at 0 a.m., conducted
ci Waxman. The Rab-
ss the Weekly Por-
\\>. at 6:15 p.m. Tisha
will be after sun-
riD SYNAGOGUE will
evening services at
turday morning serv-
a.m., with Harry Si-
of the congregation,
)aily services are at
fcBREW SCHOOL AND
riON will hold Friday
ices at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
[)g services are at 9
Simon April will dis-
Bekly Portion. Cantor
Mr will render the
ions of the liturgy.
B'Av services are
ftr 7:30 p.m. Laments
jread. Sunday morning
iit 9:30 a.m., when
recited.
[BETH SHOLOM will
evening services at
Ibbi Leon Kronish will
preach on the topic:
na B'Av Still Be Ob-
turday morning serv-
) 45 a.m.
[E CENTER will hold
kinj; services at 6:30
iy morning services are
[Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.,
IShalos Seudos.
I
llSRAEL of Miami will
evening services at
nth Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
Cmeritus, officiating.

GRANADA JEWISH
CENTER will hold
ling services at 6:45
lev Leo Heim officiat-
l> morning services are
led Itev Heim will dis-
TonomyA Moral Lee-
Bin." Mincha is at 6:30
rd by Maariv. commem-
de>truction of the Holy
Iday services are at 8
ISRAEL HEBREW
will hold Friday eve-
at 7 p.m., with Kab
th following. Saturday
bices are at 9 a.m. Kab
Ver will officiate and
Ihe topic: "The Fast of
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45 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. Morris Weinstein,
Pres.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Mordechai
Haalman will officiate while Rab-
bi David Shapiro is on vacation.
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.
Daily services are also at 9 a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Arnold
Stern discussing: "Life Where
Are We Going?" Cantor Maurice
Neu will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, with Lucille
Moore directing the choir.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold services Friday
night at 6:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi will
officiate at services on Saturday
morning at 8:30 a.m. There will be
a Talmud class at 5:45 p.m. Mincha
is at 6:45 p.m. Cantor Abraham
Self will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold services Friday at 6:30
p.m. Rev. Rudolf E. Brill will offi-
ciate. Services will begin at 9
a.m., Saturday.
Citizenship Day to
Leaders of Dade County organ
izations will meet at noon Wednes-
day, August 11, to map the area's
Citizenship Day program, general
chairman E. Albert Pallot has an
nounced.
Preceding it will be a veterans!
rally scheduled for 11 a.m., also in
fclks Hall, with Harvey W. Seeds
Port Commander Ed R. Greenfield
-presiding. Greenfield is organiz
ing chairman of all cooperating
veteraaa groups.
Actiorj reports will be given by
Sheriff Tom Kelly, parade mar-
shal; George K. Roller, Jr. and
Frank Imand, men's and civic
be Mapped Here
clubs; Mrs. ilarry Rogers, concert
committee; Mrs. S. J. Bobbitt, Mrs.
Aaron Farr and Mrs. Elry Stone,!
women's clubs; Gilbert J. Balkin.
school essays; Mrs. Max Froom,!
Harvey Seeds Auxiliary; and Bur-
ton P. Nuckols, labor.
Other chairmen are Henry J.
Hotsrfe, Americanism and program
committee; W. Cecil Watson. Mi-
ami Pioneers; Abe S. Goldman,
proclamations; Coral Gables May-
or Dave Hendrick. Jr., Mayors'
committee; Mrs, Earl Barton and
Mrs. Norman Babel, League of
Women Voters and new citizens:
William J. Crockett.. Jr., financial
institution; and Leonard H. Glas-
ser, art consultant.
Heading the large Armed Forces
committee is Major Charles W By-
ers.
Recently added to this county-
wide executive commit!ee wiie W.
('. Thomas, school superintendent,
Tom Q Shurpe. J K. William*.
James E. Heath, Joe H. Adams and
Rbby wet more. ci
A new public officials' commit-
tee includes Bill Lamaff, George
Okell. Jack Orr, R. C. Gautier and
Cliff Herrell.
Citizenship Day is set for Sep-
tember 17 by proclamation of
President Eisenhower.
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Milton Balsam New
Executive Director
At Beth David
Announcement has been made
this week of the appointment ol
Wilton Balsam as executive dim
>ir of Beth David Synagogue.
Herbert Scher, president, revi ll
> il that the appointment is part ol
Dania Bank Officials to Lead
Financial Institution a* Rapid Pace
The rapid ion of the I
Bank I i : l '
fasti



local men who bavi
.' Florida become the natii
growing eommunit]
Proof nl I In' Dai !; II '"
creasing imp
sources, which now approach the
23 million dollar figure
This cum/- :< n sun
whm Leo Robinson
Friedland. along
and Col .1 M. Are con
trolling interest in th '
month- ago, il marked I
step in successful investment pal
terns thai date bai.- more 11
decades
Robinson, for more than 20
an important bank
Greater Miami, left his I Ni
York accounting practio ii 1933
lo come to Miami Here h super
vised accounting al the n
ed Mercantile Bank & Trusl 1
Within a month, he was named
bank cashier, and in 1934 the in-
stitution became the Mercantile
National Hank
In l!'3ti. Robinson invited a served as president "1 the Amen
group ol financii rs to help form a ti Commit!
much-needed bank in Miami sub 1 urrenl
sequently known as the American board of the Greater Miami Ii
Ifo Robinson
^
s
I
Samutl friedland
sold his
Since
interests to si
1933 Robinson also has
been associati d with Ih Da Ii
eral Savings & 1 tan Assn
lie helped organize In the light ol
Hank & Trusl Co Robinson nn-
. mediately was named president,
Milton Balsam and within a leu months the bank's
.--eis jumped from $250,000 lo
expansion program now being; past the million-dollar mark
undertaken by Miami's pioneer ( Assets ol the American Bank &
congregation. I'lVu.-t Co. were about five million
Balsam comes to Beth David' dollars in 1941, when Robinson
with long experience in organic.
t tonal activity He was responsible
for five year- in the Bronx cam ^tf
paign of the United Jewish Appeal, '
New York, during the period of
194840.
In the summer of 1949. he was '
sent to Sullivan County. N.Y., per- '
-mally to conduct pivotal t'.l \
program- there '
Balsam came to Miami in 1950
and a year later joined the staff
I the (ireater Miami Jewish Fed
(ration. He was secretary of the
two successive seasons, when he
resigned and joined the staff of
The Jewish Kloridtan as public re-
lations and circulation director. I
Subsequently taking a leave of]
absence from the English Jewish I
paper. Hal-am returned to I
ation iii a-sisi in Miami's
I 154 general mobilization cam-
; lign
Balsam's appointment as Beth
ai id executive director i- effec-
tive .. ut August 1. Seher said
"Our congregation recognizes its I South Florida's great expa
lion a: a pioneering religious Robinson, along with others had
tution here,' he added We loined li.nr> 1 Lipti
envision innovations in our the new institution foi home fi-
sen ml curricula, as well as in our ncing
"1"" and young adult cul Following two p
Mr. I years with Da I
Robinsi n bought hall interesl in
Ihe Sea lie Hotel, which he op
ated for rive yi
built the Oci an Gate I
side, and until .,, ,
itered Ihe Ocei
er with his late brother,
While still owner ol ll rj
Gate, Robinson had purcl
trolling interest In the Central
& Trusl 1
hree-year tenure helped di
banks asset from 1
hen i" 16 million dollars
Following the sal..... the 1 1 1
tral Bank 4 Trusl Co., Robinson
again was active with Dade Fedei
al until April. 1954, v.,,, ,|h
fnedland, Break) and Arvej he
bought controlling Interest in (he
Dania Hank.
Statistics -how thai from 1933 to
the present. Robinson has played
' fKI'{ '" "'" construction ..1 hall
the buildings n Miami Beach
well as many hot
ments in Miami
both temporary
financing.
With Robinson and Friedland as
suming part controlling interesl
an expansion program tor ihe bank
is in the offing '
Robinson has participated in |0.
cal civic, philanthropic and reli-
gmus endeavors in the Greater M
ami area.
He
as well .1- Ihe
ler Miami Jewish Fi
He also belongs I ;
! I B. tl Sh m and Bel
Robinson is past cl n ol the
Miami Beach Red l 'ross and 1 om-
munit) Chest ai
other local charitable and civh
groups Hi I present
lj serves .,- vice president ol Na
lional Children- 1 ardiac Hospital
1- vice president of Christian Mi
morial Hospital, trustee ol Gr< Ii
Miami Opera Guild and University
"I Miami Symphon) and is a mem
her ol Ihe t M Citizens Bo
Friedland, chairman >i the board
of Food Fair Stores, Inc had been
a tourist to Greater Miami since
1940 lb brought with him .
ni 1 xperience in the t -.>! business,
havini [oundi the I
in 1934 with his brotl
II Pa
The Fo id Fair 1
panded until, in 194 i rii Hand
thai
'. '
land That year. Km
1

1 an l soci il
pointment 1- a major
in tin- Heih David expansion
ram
Axlrod to be Feted
By Miami Chamber
"Jewifi|| I orum
On The Air"
Every Sundov-10:30 lo 11:30 o.m.
Slo:;on: WV.E 1140 on dial
With Vcr'cui Ftalun 1
Piodvted and Dirpcii
S/M0V Sf/DfW
503 S.kV. 17ih Ay,.
Ph. 8: 5430
Board of directors oj the Miami
i hi mber of Commerce this week
unced that the organization
will honor Leo Axlrod at
< al luncheon on
Tuesday, August
17. 12:15 p.m., in
th< Biscayne Ter-
i c Hotel.
Axlrod i- io he
honored f o r his
activities as in>
i Hate p a -1
< hairman ol the
< lumber's Hand-
icapped p i ace
ment Committee,
i cording to Al- Alfred
: Canel, general manager.
- "The unselfish efforts and untir
ing leadership of Leo Axlrod have
w "I t.. place Miami in an out-
standing national position in the
field of handicapped placement,"
< anel explained.
General Melvin Maas. chairman
Of President Eisenhowers Com
n. it tee on Employing the Handi-
capped will travel to Miami apt.
cially for the luncheon and deliver
the main address.
a-
;|- and apart-
i hese include
and permanent
has
been treasurer of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ||
SAM h:rsch P,tnls
VKKI CUMMINGS
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Closing Auq. 15
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Shelbournc Hole! on Miami
|| al o owns (he Monte
World War II. the
! | iii Honda made its
Miami Firmly convinced
big potential, Fried
ructei I more store* to
the cornmunitv
. Kod Fair has 48 stores in
Lite all in South Florida
and .....n will open a forty-ninth
Miami
, |p further the education of
i i oyees, thi- year Fried
i ,nd official I) announced the Food
Si ores Foundation which
cbolarship* to employees,
1 ,,lnii and re-nlents living
prved bj Pood Fair
I imitation already has
41 scholar-hip- during
II i \ ,iil and Johns Hop
ol her-
: i- president of Temple
Itii.niu I peal chairman of the
Mi.in i Reach Community Chest, a
directi t the Dade County Corn
-. i In -t and vice president of
In Miami Jewish Federa- ,
tion
ll< i .. member of the Miami
Bi a i h raxpayers' Association,!
il member of the Inter-Amer- j
nter Authority and a diree- '
tor "i thi Jewish Home for the
\ i
Bretholtz Passes CPA
Examination Here
i h tries il Bretholti, of 917 6th
h iIn- week receiv
ed word ih.it In- passed the May.
1954 certified public accountant's
lion
Bretholtz i> February, 1949
pr.Mt) ol Miami graduate.
where he received the BBA degree,
majoring in accounting He is cur-
rent!) associated with the firm
Weber Thompson and Lefcourt.
Bretholtz i- the son of Mr. Leon
Hrt-thi.lt/ and the late Clara
Bretholtz
Civilian De
l$ Meeting
ih7..w-a|
held ,, sa
z:r^ i
Cer-hn S. Mllw
"meed ,hll mM
tog w.li iH-devJl
tine R(Him ()f thf"M
completely mn /"I
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mu>' Dli> m thunf
national detenu
Blayl.K-k., ,hf JJ
Force civil def^J""
Sgt. Blaylock ,i| ,J
and comment on rwj
City *
The program h
by Gilbert Babia.g|
Americanism kndnwJ
miltee
Fart in pat in8 H1;| J
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Martin Dresd, Bqi
Saul Friedmaa, Jack (
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PAGE 13
1st Visits Miami, Stays
perform the Sym-
le lor Violin and
21, by Edouard
inverting. August 8,
he Miami Beach,
leste Alloo will be
with the Univer
kummcr Symphony
m eighth pop con-
in.
fegociate director of
bny.
Dents, the work's
i i hull trnppn.
llh gor molto, An-
Allegro; but it
hnphimy. nor is it
Baniard. The v.iri-
nd lyrical quail-
showpiece) will
it a capable vm
until three
i,i every s(ata "f
h Florida.
)l concert here in
nek i>\ Mi-
I' I f"It it would be
Hi ; .i which to re-
after an arduous
."' Mias Fit Id ssdd
purchased a home
in which she
her bu inessman-
*,!
.''ist Joan field
. performs Sunday
for a wonderful life," she said
David will remain here with his
grandmother. Mrs. Catherine Field,
during the violinist's tour. Also
in Miami will be Miss Field's eight-
11 ;.i old sun, ( harlcv "But my hus-
band will go with me. Our devo-
tion to music Is that complete."
The American violinist made her
debut with the New Y.rk Phil-!
harmonic Symphony Orchestra and
in recital at town Mall. She was
the first woman concert matter of
the Ballet Ruase de .Monte (hum
and In 1944 became s,i<> violinist
at Nru York's radio station WQXR.
While ..t WQXR, Mist I
wrote, produced and played more
than tw i hundred bi i I whi< h
carried the title "Notes and
Quotes." she h ired at the
While Mouse in recital arid num-
pen sui performances with the
Hew York Philharmonic Sym-'
phony Orchestra undoi the batons
of Sir John Bju-brrnlii. I
Kurt/. William Sejinherg. All
der Small) ns and Rhers.
Report to be Given
Mr*. Israel Goldberg, president
of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess,
announced this week, that a Spe-
cial meeting of the group will take
place on Monday, August 9. at 1
p.m., in the home of Mrs. William
Clein, 160 SW 4th it Reports on
the mass meeting held recently
will he given at that time.
Alumni Elect Greene
Recently elected president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of the
University of Miami Alumni A
elation is Norman Greene.
Other new officers include Dan-
iel Gallup, vice president; Sydcl!
L'ngar, secretary; and Stanley Rat
ner, treasurer.
ii 'lil has also app
transatlantic cable, and Eugene with the orehettrs ol Detroit, st
Field, poet and newspaper coium- Louis, Los Angeles, San Francisco
nit. In September, she will begin and many other throughout this
Lt hu hind Man lho wmler "' in a '"": """ 'l"'<' country, Miss Field had i
' at Town Hall where, with Leopold portant contribution to content-
Mittman, former Nathan Milstein porary music. Her first perform-'
KB, the cou- god Mi.eh., Elman accompanist, ances include the Berezowaky Vic
ejgnt-montn-old the will play an In Memorianr per- tin Concerto with the CBS Sym-
formance of the Charles [ves So- phony. mmI Sonatas bj Pn
Data No. 1 for Violin. Copeland and ivi
"There- a story to thai Miss she will soon unveil a violin
Field added. "I dog th" son.-ita concerto written especially for her
up and gave it premier perform- by Miami's famed composer, Mana-I
e ( Town Mall in 1946. The 7.\
family indud- comDOer' wh0 unfortunatelj died In 1950. Miss Field won the1
tint composer ol two that he had written it back in the t.ltal in Ncw York n,v ;iil awan|
** given to just one artist each year,
Miss Field nibsequently iwjnl- other works to he performed!
\ ed the work for Lynchord, with a Sunday evening include Overture
reading of the Ives Sonata No. 3,\ to the opera "Tannhauser," by |
as well. The violinist practices Richard Wagner; Symphony No. 61
upward of five hours a day, with in B minor. pathetique," op. 74,
the devoted assistance of her hus |,v PeU,r Tacfaalkowaky; "South!
band, who is an avid quartet player pacifie." symphonic scenario, by 1
bnt the winter tea-
Miami." Miss Fieli
lam usually on lour,
1 III the fall ill New
precursor ol Cho-
field, who laid the
in Training
lirsch. 1930 SW 20th
|d a one-year intern
am at the Philadel
Hospital. He is a
le University of Cin-' himself and "totally wrapped up Richard Rodgers; and Second Hun-
of Medicine. in music. Such a marriage makes garian Rhapsody, by Franz Liszt


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pt vou.
'Miami Beach, Florida,
July. MM
B, LEA TIIKRMAN,
Irk. Circuit t'oiirt
R. 11 RICK, JR.
Deputy Cleric
1%
INDER FICTITIOUS
lAME LAW
HKRKBY OIVEN that
sd, desiring ti> engage In
the il. mn.us name of
|N MART, .it lAMi N \\
pdn to register Raid name
i>f the Circuit Court of
Florida.
II. V KRuST
IBION SERVICE, INC.
I.I,
da
till
LEGAL NOTICE
JNDER FICTITIOUS
lAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN thst
it, defiling to engaKc in
r ihi- flotltloua llama nf
I'DIO, mi I'.mI. Count)
in register said name
i.f tha Circuit Court of
Florida
Al.Vl.N CLICK
-1.1
JNDER FICTITIOUS
lAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN tint
i-i| daali Ina in image In
n Hi.- rut it i-.iiM ii.i til- at
. :il HtM H W. Mil Street.
| ri k nf the I'ii. int i oiin
Florida.
IRKICHMAN, S..1.- owner
Tertkof
Applicant
M
JNDER FICTITIOUS
lAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN that
ii, desiring in engage, hi
i Hi.- Ildltli.us name of
I. LAWN SERVICE, at
reel, Miami Reach. Kim -
to register said name
ik uf the Circuit Court
iiv Florida
SIDNEY TELLER
_________________
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY UIVBN that
bed, desiring In engage in
the In till.nix name nf
,1 LU8 SCR AT METAL &
.1 IOT0 N.tt 37lh Court.
01 ida. Intend t> register
th the Clerk of the ill
I'.ule County. Florida.
CHATLOH5U'. tnraar
I'll A II.i is 60* uwn.-r
[Ai c.i .l.liSTKIN
Regtatrants
lll.iiileviird. Miami. Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 171094
Ml KIK1, K. COOPER, I'lalnllff
ROBERT K COOPER. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROHKRT K. Cool'KR
c/o llol.li.n State l|..s|.iial
Male Home
Huston, Massachusetts
You are hei.li> notified that a
Rill of c.an|.la lot for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are ie-
or I'leadlng to the Itlll of Complaint
on the iilalntiff'n Attorneys, c.AI.Ill I
A- QOHHBARIAN, :'|n ,lh St,.-el.
Miami Beach, Florida, ami ni,- the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clara ol the Circuit Cowl
on or hefoie the tOtn day of August.
I'i*. I If you fall (o do so, judgment l>v
default will he taken against vou for
the relief demanded In the Hill of
i 'oiiiplnlnt.
IwiNK ANIi OUIiKRKI) at Miami,
Morlda. this Hal day of July. A I).,
19..4.
K. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Circuit Court,
11.nl. County, Morlda
Bj MM. W. STOCKING
Circuit Court Seal) Dcpmv Clerk
CAI.ni I A. il'iSlirsARIAN
MO ;.th Street. Miami Beach, Ma.
Attorney* f,.r I'laintiff
7/25-30 H/g-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, (1. siring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
H. II 11. Co., at 2181 8.W. 2Ind St..
Miami, Ma.. Intend to reglater said
name with the Clerk of the Cireult of
I lade County, Florida.
MAX HAMBURGER
I.AIRA IIAMIURGKR
ROBERT SIIKI.li. IN HAMBl'ROER
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney for Applicants
702 Blacayna Bias,
7. 16-23-30 H/
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 170703
(JENKRAI, MORTGAGE COMPANY,
a Morlda corporation, I'laintiff,
vs.
LOUIS HltOWN. et nl.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: Lolls IIHOWN. also known as
I.KWIS BROWN, ami
ELIZA HKTH M. BROWN, his
wife. 1VN3 S.dg.wi.k Avenue,
Bronx II, New York.
If living, and If said named De-
fendants l>e 'lead, the heirs, de-
visees, legatees, i n-ilitors. as-
sign., s. Ii.ii.iis. end all parties
. laimlng b>. through, under, or
against said named I lefendantH
who may he deceased, and any
And all persona having any right,
claim or Interest through said
named Defendant*.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n suit ha* lieen fileil against \.,u
In the above style.l court to fpranloao
a m.iiiK.igc, recorded in MortcaM
Hn iti-coriis of iiaiic County, Kim nl.i. en-
cumbering the following ilcsiTlhed
properly, to-wit:
Lot *. in Block 7, of WEST
IJWX, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in PuM Hook
, at I'aae ,t, of the public Rec-
ord* of inly, Mm ida
and vou are hcrejK' required to serve
a copi of >.>ur answer or other plead-
ings on Plaintiff* Attorney, HENRY
M CAIN, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
nn or before the IBlh dny of August,
J'C.I otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will In- taken as i onfcssi il
by you
||\TKD at Miami, Florida, this nth
day of Jul>. !! i
K. II LEATHERMAN,
t 'l.-rk, i 'ircuit i 'iiii I
H\ W.M \V BTOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
HKNrtY M. CAIN
Attorney for i'laintiff
Mil weal Racier Street
Miami. Fla.
7/l-2i.JO 8/___________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17100
SHIRLEY F. col.DIN, I'laintiff
IRVING "iol.DIN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO! IRVING COLDIN
c-o Pal Golilin
i.ii? N Spa Hiding
l-.s Angeles 36. Calif.
>"U are hereby notified that a Rill
or complaint for Divorce liaa been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to s.rv.- .. ropy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, ALFRED F.
NESBITT, 74 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, Klorida. and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the offtoe ol
tin- Clerk of the Cfrcull Court on or
before the 27th day of August. IH.'.I.
If you fall to do so. Judgment l.v de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Pill of
Complaint
Thla notice shall be published once
each week for four conaecuttee week-
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
AND ORDERED ai .Miami.
this 19th day of July. A D.
LEGAL NOTICE
DONE
Morlda.
I IT, I.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Chcult Court.
Daile County. Morlda
Hy i: ll. RICE, ii:
"iiuii Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
M.i'r,i:ii I- NESBITT
1711 Polllna Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for ptiuntllf
7/S3-M H/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious naui. of
CORAL WAY TAVERN, at 22:15 B.W
I'Jiul Street, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Morlda.
DAVID ii. MAXWELL
THKLMA ANTOINETTE
MAXWELL
KE88LER & GARS
Attorney* fur Appllcantn
1 Tsj w. Klagler SI.
7,::o 8/-13-:0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRUDENTIAL MORTOAGE .v
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, Morlda.
DAVID FRIEDMAN
7/rt-JO 8/6-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No 33228-AI
In Re: KSTA'I'K OF
i:\lll. /. COHEN,
k i:\iii. ZOLA COHEN,
a k a KM II. COHEN. I......ased
To ah Creditor! and All Pereoni Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to pri s.nt any
claims and demands whih you. or
either of vou, may have against the
eatata of KMIL 7. COHEN, deceased
late of Dade County. Morlda, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offl.es in the Count* Courthouse In
Dad.- County, Morlda, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
I irsl publication hereof. Said claims
or demand* to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and t.. i,e worn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be birred.
Date July IS, AD 1!>.".4.
HILDA COHEN,
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
KMII. Z COHEN, Deceased.
MALVIN ENGLANDER
Atlornev for Executrix
7/lt-23-30 8/6
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
I, desiring lo engage in
[d, the fictitious name of
Pi a U.S. at 3981 s W L'lili
ii. Ma., Intend to reglstel
Ith the ci.Mk ij the Cli -
,f Dade cniint.v. Florida
BERNARD siltKIs
PHIL BAROCAU
I
UNDER FICTITIOUS
| NAME LAW
Is HEREBY QIVEN thai
ned. desiring to engage In
ler the fictitious name of
AMOCO SERVICE, at
Miami Avenue. Intends
-.. .1 name with the Clerk
I ni uf Dade Counly,
IE J. LILLI. Sole owner
LEWIHt IN
ieorge's Amoco Service
i-20
Circuit court of the
i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR OADE
NN CHANCERY, No. 171037
^IKR. I'laintiff
PER Defendant
BY PUBLICATION
frailer
! P..i iiilu idge. (icorgla
|I'. HKRKBY RKtjCIRKD to
of \our answer |o the
p'lplitint In tha above cause
on the pl.iiiiiin s ii'.i -
[fil. lh original in the Of-
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
re the 23 da\ of August.
said Hill ol Ci.inpl.uiii
en as confessed l\ >oii.
II- L'"th day of Jul>. I''t
.1 H LEATHERMAN.
iR'leik of Circuit Court
! i.nle i iiuntv. Morlds
B) \VM. W. STlM'KIN'i:,
Deputv Clerk
telMAN K Mi.AN
Ifor Plaintiff
kl liulldlng, Miami 32. Fla
-13_________________________
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
.ned, desiring to engage In
d.r i be fictitious name of
AR. at 11711 N K :'nd Ave-
iC.-utity, Florida. Intends to
d issme with the Clerk of
Court of Dade Counly,
?HARD MILLER. Owner
CAIN
Owner
ler Hvreet, Miami. Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1707*5
DONALD K. WILSON, Plaintiff,
Vs.
LILLIAN H WILSON. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LILLIAN H WILSON.
Nlppersink Manor
Genoa City, Wisconsin
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Anawer to the Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. MILTON H.
RICHMOND, al one Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Reach. Morlda. and
file llli original answer 111 the office
..I the Cleri of the circuit Court on
..i before August IS, 1&4. otherwise
the allenaii'.ns of said Complaint will
will Ik- taken a- confeaeed by ypu,
K Ii LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: R. H. BICE, JR.
,Seal) I'epuly Clerk
7'1*^:3-30 /
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEWIS DISTRIBUTING CO.. at 6704
W Magler St.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Morlda
LEWIS l BROOKS
ALICE BIUKJKS. Owners
7/30 8/-IS-2ll _____
:e by
AMENDED NOTIC
PUBLICATION
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 143t
JOHN RKRKY. Plaintiff.
UOCSTA PRANCES BERET
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUOUSTA PRANCES HKRKY
Residence and Address I nknu" n
You are hereby notified that a Bill
f Complaint for Dlv..r e has been
filed against vou, and you are requit
...I !., ee'iM. a cop> of Your Answer
or Pleading t" the BUI of CompUxint
., ll,.. plan.lift Attorney II KM.
M C4.IN Ull Waal Flagler Street,
Miami. Fla.. and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the offbe of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 2th day of August IHJ. M
roa fail I., do s... Judgment b) default
Mill lie taken against RUMr tno re-
lief demande.1 In the Bill of torn-
"This notice shall he published once
each week for four MjawU "*"
In THE JEWISH KLoRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORPERED t Miami.
Florida, this 1Mb day of July. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County. Morkta
Itv It M. HAWKINS
HENRY M CAIN
7/U-M */-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 170907
BUUNIE nl.MIH, Plaintiff.
vs.
HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
GOLDEN, husband and wife. Rosa
WRIOHT, a single woman. NATA-
LIE K PORTER, a widow, and
l.olisi: V BCAL, a widow,
I Ll. II"1.1 Ml v
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED-
INGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST
INSTRUMENT
TO:
HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
GOLDEN, husband and wife, ROSA
wiiihiit. a simile woman, Nata-
I.1K K FOSTER, a widow, and
LOUISE V BCAL. I widow, and
all other persons interested.
v.. i are herebj notified to appear
lid..... Judge Urady Crawford, of the
Above Court, in his I'haml>er8 at the
I lade Count) Court House, in Miami.
Morlda, at 10:011 o'clock, A.M.. on
loth day of September. lH'.t, and (then
and there show cause why the instru-
ment hereinafter described should not
be re-established. The Petition, r.
KiCNIK iil.MIS. seeks to re-estab-
lish a promissory note dated June
2.4. 1946, made hy HARRY GOLDEN
and KVKI.Y.N GOLDEN, husband and
wife, and ROSA WRIOHT, a single
woman, to the Petitioner securing the
payment of ll.'i.ooo.uo In puymeats as
aet forth in said note encumbering
the following described property in
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
The North loo feet of Ix>t 9 and
the West IS feet of the North
100 feet of Lot K. Block 12 of
LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND
COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Hook 2. at page
U of the Public Records of
Dade County, Klorida. together
with furniture and fixtures con-
"talned therein, as per inventory
heretofore given,
which mortgage was given to secure
the lost note sought lo be re-eslabll-li-
eil. and which mortgage was record-
ed in Uortgaae His.k 1*71 al page III
of the Public Records ol Dade Counly.
Morlda
The Petition filed herein substan-
tially alleges that the original of said
note is not in Hie custody or control
or the Petitioner and that said note
has been lost or inadvertently de-
stroyed: that Harry loldeii and Eve-
lyn Hidden, husband and wife. Rosa
Wright, a single woman. Natalie F.
Foster, a widow, and Lonlae V. Seal,
a widow, are or have been owners of
the real property described, and are
the only persons known to the Pe-
nt ii.mi to be Interested for or against
the re-establlshment of Ule said note;
that the copy of the note sought to
lie re-established Is a substantial and
exact copy of the original Instrument.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this juth
day of July, l'.'.'<
k B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STtX'KINO.
Deputy Clerk
7 23-30 s/-13________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name i.f
ABLE HIII.DKRS' RENTAL EQUIP-
MENT, al itiu N.W. 14th Avenue.
Miami, Fla., Intend to regislei said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Daile County, Klorida.
JOSEPH RAIIIN
ALBERT FREEDMAN
OOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
II Beecom Boulevard, Miami, Put,
Attorney! for Registrants
7/2:t-:iO K/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fi.-litions name of
C. & H REALTY CO., at number 110
Mlonlgan Avenue in the cu> of Mi-
ami Beach, Klorida. Intend to reajiater
the anld name wlih Ihe Clerk ni the
Circuit Court of Dade Counly. Moi-
Ida.
Dated BI Miami Cach, Morlda. thin
1Mb Dai "f July, lltt
IIY.MAN CHABNER.
*_. .i i t \i iv cn/i'iri
7 tt-M
OLOMON
> l-II
BIEGEL
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engam- in
l.u.-in.ss under the fictitious name of
Kl.NITA FASHIONS, al MS N.W
L'.'.th Street, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of Ute Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
TAL'BES, INC.
KOVNBR & VANNHEIMER
Allorne\s for Taubes. Inc.
7 13-10 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bueineaa under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL HABDWARE A- PAINT
en. at IMS-M N.K. 2nd Avenue, Mi-
ami Slior.-s. Ma., Intends to reglgter
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JEROME s BLONDER
MILTON FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Set hold Bldg.
7/ll-aa 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AITO.MATIC CAR WASH, at Miami
Ave. at 7th St.. N.E.. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Mor-
lda.
BENJAMIN TOPOL
JOHN TOPOI,
MILDRED OSTROW
AARON M. K ANN Kit
Attorney for Applicants
Shoreland Bldg.
7 ::'.-:ii> 8/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171068
MAX MKlHiKBOW and Ol SSIK
MEDGEBOW, his wife, Plaintiffs,
vs.
ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON.
.iisie woman. Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Tu: ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON
P. (i Box 67
Cabot, Pi nnej Ivanta
I .iiilanl
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a sun has been brought in the
above entitled Court by the Plaintifts
Bgalnal ton fttr the puriM.se of re-
scinding the sale by you to plaintiffs.
.1, ,,f the following described real
property, lying in Dade County. Mo -
ida, to wit
Lois IJ, 13, H and If and parts
of Lots IK, 17, 11 and 19, all in
Block l ol cm.Ks SUBDIVI-
SION i", Moilello. Morlda, lying
easterly of Ihe railroad and
weeterly of is. highway #i:
TOGETHER WITH all Improve-
ment* thereon and Inventory as
at mi bed; and
Yin ARE NEREBY REQUIRED to
v,..\. a OOP) of your Answer OO the
plaintiffs' attorney. LEO SIIKINKR.
;',"l Roper Building, Miami 32. Flor-
ida, ami file the original thereof In
the office of the Clerk of the above
Court on Of before the 3<>th day of
August, MM; otherwise the allega-
lions of said complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this :']-! day of July, lsf.4.
K. ll. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
B) l. BNEEDEN.
(Circuit Court Seall 1 i.puty
I,Ei i SHKINER
301 Roper Building. Miami, Morlda
7 rS-IO 8/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CINCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1710SO
IDA OREENSPON, Plaintiff,
SAMI'KL J. OREKNSPON
Defendant.
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAMUEL J. OREENSPON
3300 West Chicago Ave.
Detroit. Mk'htgah
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requli -
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t" the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Atlornev ROBERT M.
HAI'lilt, 3518 West Flagler St Miami.
Fla.. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the JIrd
day of August. 1SS4. If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will he taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in Ihe Hill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DONE AND OHDKRED at Miami.
Florida, thla 30th day of July. A.D.
l'ot E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M. W. PARTENHBIMER.
(Cireult Court Seal) Deputy (Terk
ROBERT M BADKR
2118 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/M-J0 8/-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF i AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In engage m
business under the fli lltloua name of
i AI'.S-A-l'Ol'I'IN at Miami Ave
at 7sth si Northeast, Intend to r.-gi--
ter said name wilh the Clerk of Ho
Circuit Court BBNJAM1A I'oli.l.
JOHN TOPOL
Ml I.DKED i ISTRI >W
AARON M BANNER
Attorney fyr Cara-A-Poppln
7/16-23-30 8/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under fhe fictitious name of
\l .I.IKD- NOVELTIES, at 942-944
N.W .'.th Avenue, intend lo leglste:
said name wilh the Clerk of the Cir-
, m Court of Dade County, Morida.
WILLIAM CHANDLER
MICHAEL DEL PIANO
KESSI.KR OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17s: W Flagler st
: io | t-ia-io
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KEYS TAVERN, at 310 N.W 27th
Avenue. Miami. Morlda. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of lade County.
Morlda. ...
ANDREW HOLLENBECK
HENRY M. CAIN
Attwne> for Applicant
HH W Msgler St.. Miami, Ma.
7f1-30 8/6-13
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PAGE 8 Joan Adler Weds Allan C. Appel Here At the North Shore Jewish Center on Sunday. July 25. in a 3 pm. ceremony. Miss Joan Adler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler. 195 Calais dr.. Miami Beach, became the bride of Allan C. Appel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Appel. 120 Zamora ave.. Coral Gables. Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. North Shore spiritual leader, officiated. Maid of honor was Estelle Adler. sister of the bride. Mr. Appel was best man for his son The bride selected a delicate pink sheath satin cocktail gown with a tulle side drape. Her illusion veil was attached to a pillbox of matching pink satin. She carried orchids on a Bible After the ceremony, a reception was held for friends and family at home. In the evening, a formal din ner party followed at the Beach comber. The bride is a graduate of Lear School. Miami Beach. Mr. Appel attends the University of Miami. The couple flew to New York Chicago. Detroit and Jamaica for their honeymoon. Upon their re turn, they will make their home in Coral Gables. Sokoloffs to Mark Tenth Anniversary : %  Ml v'r" %  TODAY, AU GlStB PERSONAL] SPEAKS Mrs. Sidne) WriMnaJ •gain after ., busy ,^7 MOD. She \ i-.it.fi wnkfcj A. A. Ungar al their %  —1 to Clayton G-.,fc2J neas In Wash.ngton rjf ed with Miami Beaefcy Robert Z Greene i,^ Making New York CUVj law stops Mr. weatr3 terlained by frier,* cocktail parti* Marilvn Levta Mr. and Mr. La* MM 411.C. *>**' Mia Barbara 1. Gttiott ietzoff, Rosenthal Plan for Wedding Making plantor their wedding are Barbara Joy Getzoff and Victor Morris Rosenthal, Jr The couple re both Universitj of Miami -:uMr. and MrAaron Getzoff. 6880 Harding ave. Miami Beach, are announcing their daughters engagement. Mr Rosenthal is the son of Dr V M. Rosenthal. Tampa, and Mrs. Al Janis. Ka>t Orange. N.J. Miss Getzoff is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and Icurrently in her .sophomore year •it the I'M. She belongs to Sigma Lambda Phi service sorority and served as a junior counselor. She was chosen queen of the Propeller ClUb. Mr. Rosenthal. a graduate of the University of Florida, is attending law school at the L'M. where he belongs to Nu Beta Kpsilon legal honorary fraternity He has received his commission aa second lieutenant in the Armv ROTC. Cowans Reside on Pine True Drive The former Babetl Waltc r 1 at 4732 Pine TThey were mamer The bri Marcus R %  v< and the lati %  • • "• Mr A I Ni i versil Miss I f M ai Mr V I'.KA the 1 nance hu -. %  Summer Dinner Dance v.. given by 1 ni Hadassah • BeacbcomtM r oi 10 Chairmen oi tl Ruth Phili.; and MrHi nrj V In ehargi MrRuth n Ni I IVtiothal IU-vealed .,. m „, „f their daughMarilyn, to Mr. Seymour been announced by Louis T Levin, of %  %  Brooklyn, NY, arm^iS for a month taj utj^S Hotel. MrU aid IS of the Mizrarhi WOOM/I tion of America. Mr yj teacher in the Nc V J school system and put, of the Mizrai hi V u th ( I Mr. and Mrs Jfrsa#i are in Europe (in a of the continent Witl^ Mr. and MrHarn Spsal Mr. and Mis Chirks fl son are off on a along the i.ulf coal who is publicity direaarf Greater Miami Jcwuk | and a non objective to add to hi\krtcW# H' h" v{L? Ball < ro P' cal ^'ractHT5 uv^LESS i r nr tocorporaUoa a*f is presently employed Miment there, i .1 baseball cap' n B ach High School.! Rahh "' ,r **> • I rum laude 3' 9 .unting degree from backI Iron their tsssssj : MatoM and rr, \" k ; h '> t** ,, j u „e. icd with their _. .. i Lawrem i '.rn Just i : '''.•';•!£l v n Un and ler-rnhj ,, legal fratiiamy t i •• i Itr. • ,s the son of Mr Won Schwartz. 1232 Mum. Bench %  Adult Council Schedules Picnic of Greynolds Park Mrs. Samui I Katz. o( *] They also \ i-:ted lor i with <,. graadchildn n Mr ail Wang ai I Mr ud tij I %  Mrs 1. N J and Mr .,r„: Mr Ion ami Ki Jacob D fas] Mrs. *•"(•• i C* h Young t t.reater Miami [ H V VufU 1 8 GV. With Mr Benlunt heduled t-> leave Max Rlc h„un. brotkn manu-CI and the 0 j y r ( renter Mraaat Jew( — .——— 1 enter, in tiaae to %  irk at 11 S a m. : the affair are COM and Jack I>lehI tinweek that tlopicnic must big enough for two <>ll to the highest Mrs. Meyers Eke*] Anna Brenner MtJOj] Beach attornei and i Hade ( ounty Sdwal been electi I uce International Woost a ojsjvention "I tk* held in Helsinki Fisbay Palmolive Soap Is Mildesl elter for tomplexioii" — —* Mrs. Selig Visits Israel Mrs. Monte Sclig. 725 West I)i Lido dr., Miami Beach, who is Greater Miami women's division chairman of State of Israel Bondleft Miami on a three-week tour of Israel with other bond drive offi cials. The delegation, which will asemble in New York for the fact finding flight to Israel, will return late in August. It will visit industrial centers and rural communities and confer with top Israel officials, said Mrs Selig. to see "at first hand how (he investment dollar provided by the 'ale of development issue bonds is helping Israel's economy." Mrs. Selig visited Israel in 1947 on a similar mission under auspices of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami. The Greater Miami goal this year in Israel bond sale is $750,000 THAN AMY LEADING TOILET SOAP, FLOATING SOAP...EVEN COLD •pttimliMi mgrtt: aauder %  ( is twtter for your eoss'| > as, • niM soap aaeaos irritation store grail* •g sartor, tmoathar I live brings you all l'n<-fu became it' iha I ild t'm Ptloo*' is sBildci-/J' hoc f C$mpUxu! ^lM0liv E 100%^ hlnj! urn*


JWDAY. AOc
PAGE
Johnston Feels Ikes
Prestige Remains Steady
'Eisenhower in the countries you
,,,11 with more telling than the
tj American feeling ;"> ganda we. aril tl*i prevails" in the
Iddle East?
A I am sure it is. Both the
trab8 and the Israelis seem to feel
that the President meant "hat he
.-.id when he stated a pohey of
impartial friendship" t o W ard
them both. On specific matters, ot
course, there is still resentment in
ne camp or the other. For exam-
ple Israel is bitterly unhappy
I iii'l.
William Gibberson
Affairs of State
Opens at Biltmore
Producer Sam Ilirsch has come
p with one of his best comedy
its ol the summer season at the
Biltmore Playhouse with "Affairs
: State."
Starring in this mirth provokinu
\ chicle of the "behind the-sccnes '
. n>-cides in the nation's capitol are
i he husband and wife team of Wil-
liam Gibberson and Vicki C'um-
ming-.
Miss Cummings and Gibberson
keep the play moving at a rapid
; ace throughout and the audience
chuckling from start to finish.
Most amazing about "Affairs of
State" is the fact that this Broad-
. I) comedy hit was written by a
! renchmanLouis Verneuil. The
. jthor has a sharp grasp of Amer-
,.n wit and idiom which make- a
easanl evening for everyone
Miss < 'ummings i excellent in
,c lull' ol tin1 spinster school
leacher who agrees to become a
ilc 111 iianic only, to the Senator.
The par' calls lor Mis, Cum
nil'- t" make a transition from a
owdy school teacher at the lie
inning Ol the play to an attrac
live woman who knows how to
i.nni Washington officials and
-am the love of a husband who,
heretofore, was only her employer.
Celeste Holm starred in the orig-
,nal Broadway production in 1950
*nd was later succeeded by June
Havoc.
If Gibberson looks familiar to
those attending the play, it is
that he is the announcer for Fulton
J Sheen's television program.
gboul American arm- "<
The Arab States on the other
,r, equallj unhappy aboul Ihefart
h:il IrJ is Mill receiving mon
US economic aid than the
y On the basis Ol V'tir r.;.ent
dkJuasions, what real .";;>" ;
d0 you gee for outraging the sfc*>
.miMice situation with a workab'e
Scheme for developing the Jordan
Valley-'
A i mink the chances are very
good First of all. while the armb
"ice situation is admittedlj dwks
I personally believe that the
men of b"th the Arab nation- ."in
Israel are determined to exero*
restraint Therefore 1 think
there .seven chance.hat we shall
Im- able to get aomething going m
the Jordan Valley despite the ten
,ioiu which exist n w <'''"
that we shall have eliminated the
explosive issue of the Jordan
waters from the equation and thus
dim.n.shed the possibilitj mat the
armistice will break down.
q Just why is the United
states sufficiently interested In
this Jordan Valley project to send
special emissary ol the President
out there to put it across?
A I think there are several res
gong \\e are deepl) interested
In maintaining peace and stability
in th' strategic Near East One
way t" do tin- i- to removi
specific and identifiable poinl
friction doctor the -"re spots, as
Dovid B. <"'
To Mark Tisha B'Av
On JNF Radio Program
The Jewish National Fum
i oi.n
present .i
ol

it were The .Ionian KimT is one ol "'''''"""
these. If we can wort OUl n BC
eil i Greater Mi
program in obsen.mii
B'Ai on Jacob Schachter
Varietj Hour, station WMBM Sun
,,, August H 12 to 2 P'"
Rabbi Shmaryahu S
spiritual leader of Congr.
Bed El and Rabbi Louis J LfW
Held ol Austin Park I hici
lest -p.....
the pi ''"r "'" '
in will rendei
Yiddish School
Gets New Head
U.ikmensOrclcY I. IVr
,,,bark,ng Urn
.,,. project Instead of
h.....- at the Bench
......nl.nat.ng com
.., ,o have both
a full time
Louis Usavin.
Timn school located at 1M5 bW
: l David B Rota! t.. conduct
hool -t 28 Washington ave.
,(,. ,, native ol Poland, came
,,, ,hl, inlted States at the age of
.,, wn,. he became associated
wiUi the Jewish school movement
, ,he uorkmens ('.rcle He is a
graduate of the Workmen a Circle
Teachers Seminary and studied
l.beral arts at Syreeute Iniversity
and plaj wrttBl and directing at
Vale
,,, taught at the first Yiddish
,,l,| the South the Work
men's Circle School in AtlanU.
I,., still in existence after 34 years
nlinneil BCtMtj
In the '30s. Rossi lectured at the
Rand School of Social Sciences and
organised and directed various
south theatre groups, while work
n summer in youth camps.
t |>on returning from their sec-
trip Bround the world in 1940.
Mr and Mrs Hoss, tattled in Sa
h where he taught in the
'rrl
rh tirrve
h
"*
Workmen
1046. at wh.
to Palestine
While there. Ha* ,
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grams and Mir^T"
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Broad
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Lagola
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Miami Bea, h on Aa*/
trail.m i ; ,; ... W||| '
day. the ]., ^t lfct"
Wnahlngton ave.
Samel to Spook
Seymour ytmn
director ol the An*^
Committee vki|| b( nj,]
at the weekly lund**?
Miami Hi ai h I/nip,
on Tuesday, Aagaartf
at the Di Lido How.;
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JWDAY. AOc PAGE Johnston Feels Ikes Prestige Remains Steady 'Eisenhower in the countries you ,,,11 with more telling than the „tj American feeling ;">-cides in the nation's capitol are i he husband and wife team of William Gibberson and Vicki C'umming-. Miss Cummings and Gibberson keep the play moving at a rapid ; ace throughout and the audience chuckling from start to finish. Most amazing about "Affairs of State" is the fact that this Broad. I) comedy hit was written by a renchman—Louis Verneuil. The jthor has a sharp grasp of Amer,.n wit and idiom which makea easanl evening for everyone Miss < 'ummings i excellent in ,c lull' ol tin 1 spinster school leacher who agrees to become a ilc 111 iianic only, to the Senator. The par' calls lor Mis, Cum nil't" make a transition from a owdy school teacher at the lie inning Ol the play to an attrac live woman who knows how to i.nni Washington officials and -am the love of a husband who, heretofore, was only her employer. Celeste Holm starred in the orig,nal Broadway production in 1950 *nd was later succeeded by June Havoc. If Gibberson looks familiar to those attending the play, it is that he is the announcer for Fulton J Sheen's television program. gboul American arm•"< The Arab States on the other ,r, equallj unhappy aboul Ihefart h:il IrJ is Mill receiving mon US economic aid than the y On the basis Ol V'tir r.;.ent dkJuasions, what real .";;>" •' ; d0 you gee for outraging the sfc*> .miMice situation with a workab'e Scheme for developing the Jordan Valley-' A i mink the chances are very good First of all. while the armb "ice situation is admittedlj dwks I personally believe that the men of b"th the Arab nation."in Israel are determined to exero* restraint Therefore 1 think there .seven chance.hat we shall IMable to get aomething going m the Jordan Valley despite the ten ,ioiu which exist n w < % %  '''" that we shall have eliminated the explosive issue of the Jordan waters from the equation and thus dim.n. shed the possibilitj mat the armistice will break down. Q Just why is the United states sufficiently interested In this Jordan Valley project to send %  special emissary ol the President out there to put it across? A I think there are several res gong \\e are deepl) interested In maintaining peace and stability in th' strategic Near East One way t" do tinito removi specific and identifiable poinl friction doctor the -"re spots, as Dovid B. <"' To Mark Tisha B'Av On JNF Radio Program The Jewish National Fum i oi.n present .i ol it were The .Ionian KIM T is one ol "'''''""" these. If we can wort OUl „n BC eil „i Greater Mi program in obsen.mii B'Ai on Jacob Schachter Varietj Hour, station WMBM Sun ,,„, August H 12 to 2 P'" Rabbi Shmaryahu S spiritual leader of Congr. Bed El and Rabbi Louis J LfW Held ol Austin Park I hici lest -p the pi ''" r "'" in will rendei Yiddish School Gets New Head U.ikmensOrclcY I. IVr ,,,bark,ng Urn .,,.„ project Instead of %  h at the Bench nl.nat.ng com .., ,o have both „ a full time Louis Usavin. Timn school located at 1M5 bW :on returning from their sectrip Bro und the world in 1940. Mr and Mrs Hoss, tattled in Sa h where he taught in the •' %  rrl r h tirrve •h "*• Workmen 1046. at wh. to Palestine While there. Ha* directed children^' grams and Mir^T" '" Vf f tVi '"' ii Broad • er the i Lagola Ratal who i, a Miami Bea, h on Aa*/ trail. m i ; ; ... W||| day. the ]., ^ t lfct !" W n a hlng ton ave. Samel to Spook Seymour y t mn director ol the An*^ Committee vki|| b( nj,] at the weekly lund**? Miami Hi ai h I/nip, on Tuesday, Aagaartf at the Di Lido How.; discus* the work of tat] Jewish Commute*. BOTMHDl CHINCH m\ CHINCH • 0 It Two* • IT H *** • SHCCHI II Available tt (at CHEMICAL 243 S.W. WH. vt ceptable division ol its waters and use them to the besl : all eon cerneil. we will have removed one major cause ol dissension Mearhelofl | dent ol the I oui the program which h ranged bj Sam l chairn 0*Dral Repair oa aU atako Tnjrki and Can Electric and Aeatylana Mr.l.ag COULTON BROS. GARA( Wraeka RabuUt — Body Rapalri n1 PaliUaj y-rlli-a-l'p aad UailTarj — '*•" M vmn r-h.M 3-2244, 2^*52 MIUi| garine IF YOU ARE lOOKING FOR A 'CUT-PRICE'DEAL* \ YOU GET A BUILT-IN DISCOUNT WITH A YORK ROOM AIR CONDITIONER! NOW Toe Can Drlna All The loud TN VON .•.lint &f VTOIOrT Gaining A SinxU .Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARIN E FOR DIABETICS, OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS rr Harralni Economical Guaranteed Non-Fattening %  Jaa H at the Ubla— IM It for eooklnf 4-Oi. Size Bottle.Only 75e AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE il w If you look around at the "deal" prices of other makes of Room Air Conditioners-both known and unknown—you'll find YORK has a "qualitv" price compared to the "cut-rate" prices of other uniU-cheaper units which only seem to cost leas in the beginning. Don't be fooled! You're not just buying a hoi that sticks in the window! Your* buying a complicated piece of machinery! You want that unit to work not jujrt this aummtr, but next MBOBMI too-and the umm V after that. You certainly don't want .t to .top working shortly after you've made your Last payment. YORK Room Air Conditionari are stfflaivini '"".tort ntt.-r Hi V e„rs „, aatiafactor y aerv^l Many new, ui j^Conditionen maj not be in \>*, ilia thai longYORK has been in Use merhanifel cooling businaaa aince 1885. and psooeered moat of the devaiop j m enu which have made Room Air C onditjopea posaabla! YORK knows, better then moot, whet makes a Room Air Conditioner givo good %  ervioa year aftff yw. Thoaa extra aunamere of reliebU. comiortinl air conditioning are the beet poeaab le i diacountfS ca n get anywhere! Thafa why YORK is probebly the lowest prices Room AuConditionar oat the market today. Ths beet "diacount" you can get as built into the YORK Room Air Conditionare. So before you fail victim to "cut-rata" pr* and ••diacount" deada, atop in and look at $* Y(HK Room Air Conditioner. See for yours* what you really get! YORK $ COMPLITI UN HILL YORK 1225 S.W. 8th ST. PN. 12-1411 fm (UT1FI "' T0t pan T01 mi TOtt MOW.IO GIVIS YOU THI MAna. „. ._ -.. C *N /OP. ONI tOOM Og a C0MK|T| MOOILt THAI NIAT



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PAGE 12 >kiitfk£iM r Milton Balsam New Executive Director At Beth David Announcement has been made this week of the appointment ol Wilton Balsam as executive dim %  >ir of Beth David Synagogue. Herbert Scher, president, revi ll > il that the appointment is part ol Dania Bank Officials to Lead Financial Institution a* Rapid Pace The rapid ion of the I Bank I i % %  : l fasti % %  local men who bavi .' Florida become the natii growing eommunit] Proof nl I In' Dai ; II '" creasing imp sources, which now approach the 23 million dollar figure This cum/:<• n %  sun whm Leo Robinson Friedland. along and Col .1 M. Are con trolling interest in th • '• monthago, il marked I step in successful investment pal terns thai date bai.more 11 decades Robinson, for more than 20 an important bank Greater Miami, left his I Ni York accounting practio ii 1933 lo come to Miami Here h super vised accounting al the n ed Mercantile Bank & Trusl 1 Within a month, he was named bank cashier, and in 1934 the institution became the Mercantile National Hank In l!'3ti. Robinson invited a served as president "1 the Amen group ol financii rs to help form a ti Commit! much-needed bank in Miami sub 1 urrenl sequently known as the American board of the Greater Miami Ii Ifo Robinson ^ s I Samutl friedland sold his Since interests to si 1933 Robinson also has been associati d with Ih Da Ii eral Savings & 1 tan Assn % %  lie helped organize In the light ol Hank & Trusl Co Robinson nn. mediately was named president, Milton Balsam %  and within a leu months the bank's • .--eis jumped from $250,000 lo expansion program now being; past the million-dollar mark undertaken by Miami's pioneer ( Assets ol the American Bank & congregation. I'lVu.-t Co. were about five million Balsam comes to Beth David' dollars in 1941, when Robinson with long experience in organic. t tonal activity He was responsible for five yearin the Bronx cam ^tf paign of the United Jewish Appeal, New York, during the period of 194840. In the summer of 1949. he was sent to Sullivan County. N.Y., per' -mally to conduct pivotal t'.l \ programthere Balsam came to Miami in 1950 and a year later joined the staff • I the (ireater Miami Jewish Fed (ration. He was secretary of the 1 Lipti envision innovations in our the new institution foi home fisen ml curricula, as well as in our •• ncing •" 1 "" and young adult cul Following two p Mr. I years with Da I Robinsi n bought hall interesl in Ihe Sea lie Hotel, which he op • ated for rive yi built the Oci an Gate I side, and until .,, „, %  itered Ihe Ocei er with his late brother, While still owner ol ll rj Gate, Robinson had purcl trolling interest In the Central & Trusl 1 hree-year tenure helped di banks asset from 1 hen i" 16 million dollars Following the sal the 1 1 1 tral Bank 4 Trusl Co., Robinson again was active with Dade Fedei al until April. 1954, v .,,,„ |h fnedland, Break) and Arvej he bought controlling Interest in (he Dania Hank. Statistics -how thai from 1933 to the present. Robinson has played fKI { '" "'" construction ..1 hall the buildings „n Miami Beach well as many hot ments in Miami both temporary financing. With Robinson and Friedland as suming part controlling interesl an expansion program tor ihe bank is in the offing Robinson has participated in | 0 cal civic, philanthropic and religmus endeavors in the Greater M ami area. He as well .1Ihe ler Miami Jewish Fi He also belongs I ; I B. tl Sh m and Bel Robinson is past cl n ol the Miami Beach Red l 'ross and 1 ommunit) Chest ai other local charitable and CIVH groups Hi I present lj serves .,vice president ol Na lional Children1 ardiac Hospital 1vice president of Christian Mi morial Hospital, trustee ol Gr< Ii Miami Opera Guild and University "I Miami Symphon) and is a mem her ol Ihe t M Citizens Bo Friedland, chairman >i the board of Food Fair Stores, Inc had been a tourist to Greater Miami since 1940 lb brought with him ni 1 xperience in the t • -.>•! business, havini [oundi the I in 1934 with his brotl II Pa The Fo id Fair 1 panded until, in 194 i rii Hand thai '. %  land That year. Km %  1 • %  1 an l soci il pointment 1a major in tinHeih David expansion ram Axlrod to be Feted By Miami Chamber "Jewifi|| I orum On The Air" Every Sundov-10:30 lo 11:30 o.m. Slo:;on: WV.E 1140 on dial With Vcr'cui Ftalun 1 Piodvted and Dirpcii S/M0V Sf/DfW 503 S.kV. 17ih AY,. Ph. 8: 5430 Board of directors oj the Miami i hi mber of Commerce this week unced that the organization will honor Leo Axlrod at < al luncheon on Tuesday, August 17. 12:15 p.m., in th< Biscayne Teri c Hotel. Axlrod iio he honored f o r his activities as in> i Hate p a 1 < hairman ol the < lumber's Handicapped p i ace ment Committee, i cording to AlAlfred : Canel, general manager. "The unselfish efforts and untir ing leadership of Leo Axlrod have w "I t.. place Miami in an outstanding national position in the field of handicapped placement," < anel explained. General Melvin Maas. chairman Of President Eisenhowers Com n. it tee on Employing the Handicapped will travel to Miami apt. cially for the luncheon and deliver the main address. a•; | and aparti hese include and permanent has been treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, || SAM H:RSCH P ,„ tnls VKKI CUMMINGS >rt "AFFAIRS Of ST AW '"" ""* 8 '"'> CeaMdy Hi, WIUIAM GIBBfitSON Hi I W l l K Closing Auq. 15 Nightly „ cep M#B M *T1NEES ST %  • OHlM 0.,„ ,o ,o f 0 "ISIRVATIONS PHONI 7-1842 or 89-9755 Air I auditioned BHTM0RE PLAYHOUSE 1 "N.l.o, hS T..MUM, Opening 4 ug (7 •HE lintl HOT" Shelbournc Hole! on Miami || al o owns (he Monte World War II. the | iii Honda made its Miami Firmly convinced big potential, Fried • ructei I more store* to the cornmunitv Kod Fair has 48 stores in Lite all in South Florida and n will open a forty-ninth Miami |p further the education of i i oyees, thiyear Fried i ,nd official I) announced the Food Si ores Foundation which cbolarship* to employees, 1 ,,lnii and re-nlents living prved bj Pood Fair I imitation already has 41 scholar-hipduring II i \ ,iil and Johns Hop ol her: ipresident of Temple Itii.niu I peal chairman of the Mi.in i Reach Community Chest, a directi t the Dade County Corn • -. i In -t and vice president of •In Miami Jewish Federa, tion ll< i .. member of the Miami Bi a i h raxpayers' Association,! il member of the Inter-Amerj nter Authority and a diree' tor "i thi Jewish Home for the \ i Bretholtz Passes CPA Examination Here i h tries il Bretholti, of 917 6th h iInweek receiv ed word ih.it Inpassed the May. 1954 certified public accountant's lion Bretholtz i> %  February, 1949 pr.Mt) ol Miami graduate. where he received the BBA degree, majoring in accounting He is current!) associated with the firm Weber Thompson and Lefcourt. Bretholtz ithe son of Mr. Leon Hrt-thi.lt/ and the late Clara Bretholtz Civilian De„ l$ Meeting %  ih7..w-a| held ,, sa z:r^ I Cer-h„ n S. Mllw %  "meed hll m £M tog w.li iH-devJl tine R (Him ()f thf "M completely mn /"I hibit.onwnhe^ mu> Dli > m thunf national detenu Blayl.K-k .„, hf JJ Force civil def^J"" Sgt. Blaylock ,i| ,J and comment on rwj City %  The program h by Gilbert Babia.g| Americanism kndnwJ miltee Fart in pat in 8 H1 ;| J Aaron < onnhoi Hngi Martin Dresd, BQI Saul Friedmaa, Jack ( est I Kaas J j nett Roth iuvici ., Teigman and Mu ] flabbl loseoa L1 MS Mlchlgaa^ Miami B*at] Phono tug M'ami Conv LFO ALLtN. s w. im PHonei 2 All M|| SMCillllmg m Cue til CN'onicj, MI. M-Mow) ••• k'cii OicU Hvt nd Stmi-Pnnal fi I A C C FOR EVERY PURPI v i.j j $TOtf Ft0MT PUTI Dtwm ^ furmiutt reps, tonilul Mirrft mmi %  taBveria) 0* I.. & 1^. . %  Miami Bcaclt AUDITORIUM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY SUNDAY EVENING, 8:30 P.M. 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2* ID AY, J^nS^OfGri^ldAdtlress On Fifth Amend* J. U-1JIvAl V_^i v t eachers The cormrni-1 summoned i„ 40 By ERWIN N. GRISWOLD Dtan of tha Harvard Law Schaol (EDITOR'S NOTE: I n. ithe • .ii i> ;,i > nar llonal amendment rbapi nol i conatitu •'" "':!• f toulc ol eonveraailon amona ail 1 a rltlaana. Tha Kii'ih Amendment, or at ..,.i thai clauai which aeta loith the urlvllece aaatlnal aeU-lncrimlnatloa, is on tha cantor ol %  Utter controveraj both "ai -<11> and k* all] siani. i Alllk'ilKr. Circuit Judge of the Blev-nth .iiKii.aai t'Iroult "f FTorida a Miami, racantly circulated coalaa of %  n addraaa made by Deatn Qi t.iforp tha Maaaachuaettn Bar A tlon laal a/Inter. The Jewtah norttUaa hen publlahea tins addreaa aa one "i ., aerlea to appear from time i" time In the hope ti.t it 'M offer readeri bai kcround perttlnraa <• %  tha amend; and t" iv ii i icnta al largaj.) Old friends are good friends. Yet even with the best of friends prob-..•• ...v.. ----. V ,|iu III"! %  — rf lems sometimes arise. I nave tne s j,j e| whether you have ever ncaro feeling that that is in a sense the anything like it before situation we find ourselves in with respect to the Fifth Amendment It has been with us a long time. It is rather comforting to have around. Yet in the past few years it has come to our consciousness as it rarely has before, and it has been troublesome to many members of the public. It has seemed to me worth while, therefore, to under take a review of the Fifth Amendment with the thought that ordinarily the better we understand something in human experience, the less fearsome it becomes. Before going further it may be well to introduce our old friend itself. The Fifth Amendment contains a number of provisions which are commonplace. Along with these is the phrase which reads: No person shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a wit%  :ess against himselt." The Massa chusetts Constitution has a corresponding provision, which antedates that in the Federal Constitution. Article XII of the Ifassa chusetts Bill of Rights, adopted in Governour—I desire to know from vou. whether you did print the Charter or not. and who let you to work? Bradford—Covernmir. il IS in impracticable thing for any man to accuse himself, thou knows it very well. „ Governour—Well. I shall nol much press you to it. but il >"" were so Ingenuous as u> confess, ,i should go the better with you Bradford —(iovertmur. 1 desire to know my accuser; I think it very hard to be put upon accusing myself. .. Governour— fan you denj Mai you printed n" do kno* you did print it. and bj whose d turns, and will prove it, make you smart for it. t"" since vou are SO stubborn Bradford—I.et me know m) accusers, and I shall know the better bow to make mj di f< Fifth Amendment is to art El% o; r HOW ran a man (ear hi WII engaged in espionage of sabotage I provides -pefififiij-£ or anything like that, andI never ; the holding of off lft *! ln ,. rl m.nate himsell if h. knuw h hacommitted mcrime. Judge Magruder of our own FustICircuil Court ol Appeals has recent! y gi %  ..„ .„„„. illustration-i ,hl n h ''^'"'r heanloi" any such activities! ship in an) comma*' b) ,.n> member of his group. H jtion by any person h>p /ould have been horrified by any l ^ m a ^^ **% WchacOoiU %  l ion or of an* othe,'. Nevertheless, there were things u .. B (run time to time which he .lid not M He rationalized them in var* P*n..d of Part} nothing can be per! It has been declared^ to be a rommunist a l setts since 1951. buttfcj some possible room iff the effectiuness of Uua| view of the |>r l >visionof| it-nether he |u" t ~ he becarnTtroubied;jil alter act. That the federal) man ma) well incrimi ,h,. war he slowl) drifted away displace state action natehim AttheveryleaMitv.il from the group He n. ver formally by a nenl d in effect shift the bu I Hi lust turned away. By • .. • S him so that he will hai he time of th. Korean invsudootn P rem "" "' %  prove his own %  %  1950 he wa th.ir.m.im .tisguste-i (Tn ,. ri mum(1er o( the en mm %  il 10 the privilege against thai he had been used aw „| ds ^,,".1' .. %  < .iii. r .. ...... nl.n mini mi': nation maj a companion rule that a man ihe has been pit In this connet lion i he thoh hi ., dupe Bu' he wa also convrnci our established ~,'.,\ n hiown heart of the rectiinnocent until • • his action-, if not of their and he did not doubt that who had been loDm : Uttle is heard about self incrimi front ., Supreme Court decisi • | with him in the venture nation during the eighteenth cen written long before our turv The privilege was included troubles. In Burdick of Bights ol stale-. 236 I S 79 ,,innocent of wrong. In wa-ure he was. *5 century. By the sixteenth century the idea had been reduced to a Latin maxim which was rather frequently voiced, but which does not seem by any means to have reflectted the practice of that period. This maxim is: in 1791, and it has been there un recentl) been of concern I am \,, w i,.( me turn to Case 2. This changed ever since. It is truly an • a-k you to assume two .„„, v ,,| M ., college teacher. He old friend, with an ancient and I se ts ol facts You ma) think that never joined the Communist I'arty believe useful histor) l>..t h oi the sets an \\, never thought ol imning the' A good many efforts have been likely, and that the) do i I mmunist Part) He Knew a good Nemo tenetur orodere n,: u '" ra" 0118 }" 6 ""; Pnvilege. s pond with an out the n I commuth m.ughly opit He wa-. however, a man t ted in CMMM miniater who life to helping Hi himself had a great in aetUIt.i ; help to al contribute to In [act he v. i kind oi en He i ted modeag China R< lief II. b id g lor the i tnund him .i tterheeda of •'•mi' "f thi %  oi .1, rations as a Hi was not -ore that he remembered giving permission t<> me tinway; but the seipsum-or. in English. No one '" l 'f ,r L """''' of Ml I as. should be required to accuse himessentia part Ol our basic aw .,..„„„. ,, -elf. But the maxim was then Uttle f" '""" "'""' I %  llM '"" more than an idea. Over the next '" express t he rea-"n for tie l-.l,li -.its years, it was apparently Amendment, and why I think it is Clfic case standard practice not only to make J s u d provision of mar basic laws ,:. suspected persons give evidence D ,n ll '"; r ;,n ." v| ''','' „ A %  against themselves, but also to use w ul llk '" '" u "';"'' %  "-, is at torfOre to make Bure that the ac fused would speak. As we think s a governmental practice. It seems quite clear that we owe 1he privilege of today primarily to Freeborn John Liiburn. He was a cantankerous person, the sort to gestion thai the privilege against sell ineriliiinatliiii ioni Ol the great landmarks in man tO make llini-ell el\ lll/i d \I have alread) pointed out, the establishment of the pi. i I %  closely linked historically with the abolition ol torture Now we look upon torture with abhorrence But torture was once used by honest and conscientious public servants as a means of obtaining information about crimes which could nol whom we owe much for many of ,h'J !" h X i V x our basic sights. One of his con"thcrw se be .I-clo-eM We wan) temporaries said that "if all the """e "< that 'oday. I am sure. For world was emptied of all but John 1*5* ^"l' 1 "^" 1 W t ''V "" rm. He is %  %  aits impel I'OU ma; nol ii speel his I %  %  rit) He believes himself I • tached to the counti stitution, and he abhor* anything involving force and violence He emptied Liiburn. Liiburn would quarrel with John and John with Liiburn." Like most contentious people, he was stubborn. In 1637, he was haled before the Star Chamber on a charge of having imported cer on his subjectIn th cahn period ol the past middle l30\. on the solicitation ol i friend, he wen) to i communist meeting and toon joined the t omwhich he stands. We have through rZmnn'.'f .. M ,h """ "" the course of history developed ., '"" '^'" %  u ,,,rVrU > i j__-ui. *..u__ *_# .w. irl) appeared un He thought hi is a good te-che,and works h rd u"'", "* "f'.-' u ^ ''> |* %  • ... relati l %  '"• ol the organization, was make even the most harden, criminal sign his own death war rant, or dig his own grave, or pull the lever that springs the trap on lam heretical and seditious books. SffiSS, i!^.!} 1 "*l 8 "^ "" r ''•'"'" He refused to take the oath to ^ l J^ !" S. ta K2f^2 '" "1 |,,, 1 > answer truly, and the Council of the Star Chamber condemned him to be whipped and pilloried tor his '"boldness in refusing to take a legal oath." without which many < if tenses might go "undiscovered and unpunished." And in 1638. the sentence was carried out. But Liiburn persisted. He filed m\m.Tr"eontcmp? should" he' 'Z\i ?5i h u Pf'.'ament. and in to compel him to provide the evi ^^^^ H :z s L?.^..:: m m ,v n ;:.^ u : < ••••• ."•"*• %  • eonvid h„„. of punishment such as imprison that the sentence was "illegal and against the liberty of the subject." Later, the House of Lords concurred with this view, and ordered an indemnity paid to him in the SCI] If his crime is a serious one careful and often laborious polio work may be required to prove n by other evidence. Sometimes no other evidence can be found Hut This event seem Pro lin. but b. ^ thought that in fi and Hitlensm then %  „ 5U< h .: dang! I here You ma) feel thai must have in.: in, th, such ver) nan '•"' "wnven n., 1V ,„ %  ,..L. • • %  > wine Bn nieiii. h %  Sanitations, u has \^ r %  he two repi,e, ,,„.;, artieU, "M ial involves the PPo*ton to the proc* thai appealed to him, and he did nol bother himself much about it At'.-r a while he heard some rumblings that there might be "in, i immunist influence in these < organizations, but he was slow to i that that could be true. In -nine if the organizations, he n committees with thoripectaMe fellow citizens Hi did not want to poll out. be-1 fi 11 that this would let hifriends down Eventually he lhal some ol these organize lion* had been ruled to be subvcrsivi b) the Mtorne) General. Bui he t.... w,,a stubborn fellow lb believed in the stated objectives ol these organisations also a freeborn American., i his country's great tra d'tii.nand he allowed his name i 1 be used b) some of these or-1 been said in a gesture of | dure of proof the common law. By the latter half of the seventeenth century, we find many occasions when the privilege was recognized by the English courts, and it has been recognized ever since. Indeed, it is still a matter of common law in England. But it is very deeply imbedded in the common law. Thus, the privilege came to this continent as a part of the legal heritage of our early settlers. Some trace of the privilege is found in |ted on the basi then available to '•I the [acts bun, and the not,known !„",„, And that is the end of my asuming Let us -., h at happs-na b these tw„ ^ individuals. Remrm thai each ..( these mdiv.iluaU lili'Kvnl of a ny !., those days. | Anglo-American legal svstem, we i'", 1 1 "" "' h: %  "'i mw.thout giv nough to establish V^X" j even SS^ ^J^g* B ^^ against self-.ncnm.nat.on as a part accused to provide that evidence I believe that is a g I standard, and that it is an expression of one of the fundamental decencies m the relation we have developed between As Justice reared "The elty of pose every one .and" needs no.illuMra' ^.T ^ "' K^** "I* '" Cnm '" '" %  "'s before Our ,, Nt ? %  '"n-id.r Case 1 fi^t K tmmunut r> Bf 1y He is i Why Wait Si For Savings THE mm NATIONAL Will Poy lnrttnlt| Savings DeaotiMJ OCTOBER 1, Under The Bank'i I New PeJky W QUARTERI Inferest At TVe Rate Of 2% On Deposits Ti Jl Interest Poy*taf I J*-ory1.A|ij Jury 1. Oct*! Start Saving *' .-.NTIlf N ; tion •• And in woVds" which'^ a^ gS?** bSfoT! SNfPARD MOM %  •aWral Daaaxi lataraa tach Ac frtlM^B K



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JST 6. 1954 *J*rtstncrkHnn PAGE 13 1st Visits Miami, Stays perform the Symle lor Violin and 21, by Edouard inverting. August 8, he Miami Beach, leste Alloo will be with the Univer kummcr Symphony m eighth pop conin. fegociate director of bny. %  Dents, the work's i i hull trnppn. llh gor molto, AnAllegro; but it hnphimy. nor is it Baniard. The v.irind lyrical quailshowpiece) will it a capable vm until three i,i every s(ata "f h Florida. )l concert here in • nek i>\ MiI' I f"It it would be Hi ; .i which to reafter an arduous ."' Mias Fit Id ssdd purchased a home in which she her bu inessman*,! .''ist Joan field performs Sunday for a wonderful life," she said David will remain here with his grandmother. Mrs. Catherine Field, during the violinist's tour. Also in Miami will be Miss Field's eight11 ;.i old sun, ( harlcv "But my husband will go with me. Our devotion to music Is that complete." The American violinist made her debut with the New Y.rk Phil-! harmonic Symphony Orchestra and in recital at town Mall. She was the first woman concert matter of the Ballet Ruase de .Monte (HUM and In 1944 became s,i<> violinist at Nru York's radio station WQXR. While ..t WQXR, Mist I wrote, produced and played more than tw i hundred bi i I whi< h carried the title "Notes and Quotes." she h ired at the While Mouse in recital arid numpen sui performances with the Hew York Philharmonic Sym-' phony Orchestra undoi the batons of Sir John Bju-brrnlii. I Kurt/. William Sejinherg. All der Small) ns and Rhers. Report to be Given Mr*. Israel Goldberg, president of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess, announced this week, that a Special meeting of the group will take place on Monday, August 9. at 1 p.m., in the home of Mrs. William Clein, 160 SW 4th it Reports on the mass meeting held recently will he given at that time. Alumni Elect Greene Recently elected president of the Miami Beach Chapter of the University of Miami Alumni A elation is Norman Greene. Other new officers include Daniel Gallup, vice president; Sydcl! L'ngar, secretary; and Stanley Rat ner, treasurer. ii 'lil has also app transatlantic cable, and Eugene with the orehettrs ol Detroit, st Field, poet and newspaper coiumLouis, Los Angeles, San Francisco nit. In September, she will begin and many other throughout this Lt hu hind Man lho wmler "' in a '"" : """ •' l "'<' country, Miss Field had i at Town Hall where, with Leopold portant contribution to contentMittman, former Nathan Milstein porary music. Her first perform-' KB, the cougod Mi.eh., Elman accompanist, ances include the Berezowaky Vic • %  ejgnt-montn-old the will play an In Memorianr pertin Concerto with the CBS Symformance of the Charles [ves Sophony. MMI Sonatas bj Pn Data No. 1 for Violin. Copeland and ivi "Therea story to thai Miss she will soon unveil a violin Field added. "I dog th" son.-ita concerto written especially for her up and gave it %  premier performby Miami's famed composer, Mana-I %  e %  ( Town Mall in 1946. The 7.\ family indudcomDO er wh0 unfortunatelj died In 1950. Miss Field won the 1 tint composer ol two < &f o. completely forgot Rauffman Memorial Award that he had written it back in the t ltal in Ncw York n v ;iil awan | *•* %  given to just one artist each year, Miss Field nibsequently iwjnlother works to he performed! \ ed the work for Lynchord, with a Sunday evening include Overture reading of the Ives Sonata No. 3, \ to the opera "Tannhauser," by | as well. The violinist practices Richard Wagner; Symphony No. 61 upward of five hours a day, with in B minor. •p a thetique," op. 74, the devoted assistance of her hus |,v PeU r Tacfaalkowaky; "South! band, who is an avid quartet player pacifie." symphonic scenario, by 1 bnt the winter teaMiami." Miss Fieli lam usually on lour, 1 III the fall ill New precursor ol Chofield, who laid the in Training lirsch. 1930 SW 20th |d a one-year intern am at the Philadel Hospital. He is a le University of Cin-' himself and "totally wrapped up Richard Rodgers; and Second Hunof Medicine. in music. Such a marriage makes garian Rhapsody, by Franz Liszt >t\an< ie\ v_\** v L teo *e* ee P S* w &< & o 6.C P>P riot* oN^ TOUR IS SCHEqULED TO DEPART EARLY SEPTEMBER Arrangements being handled exclusively by INTERNATIONAL TOURS -c 1638 COLLINS AVENUE at LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Office Hours 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Daily and Sunday PHONE 5 2133 ^PRODUCTS fjUNE h: TBedWM 7^r#Ei}G5 MARGARINE URANIUM STOCKS 1HI NEW SOURCE OF WEALTH Calf or writ* for Irte booklet Frank L. Edenfield & Co. (not INC.) FIRST FED. BIDC. 8340 N.E. 2*4 AVE. Investment Securities PHONE S62 MOVING IS SU EASY...WHEN YOU CALL 4"-^fefr Van Lined Miami's Oldest end 0n ol the Souths Largest I 0 n t Distance 1 rd Door-'0Door Meters SHORT 01 LONG-TERM STORAGE VllilE III OUR TWO. MOOERH.T-STORT WAREHOUSES Fireproof Construction Only Private Storage Rooms is Greater Miami • Silver and Rug Vaults. 100% A. 0. T. Automat* Fire and Burglary Protection WIT *?.5? fc^ g,u, ru. ,r.u w^. fitf **. '^*\$tt$$?S*,



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:UST 6. 1954 ***##> nrwH**n PAGE 7 Life of Theodor HerzhJHis rsonal Triumph and Tragedy IPH NEDAVA AJP %  DTK: .lewlh iincaripiiuil thr world are prncni'trale the fiftieth | pHKHins of Thwnlor ) of Zlnnlam, with a |a which i-oinmriK'Oil pint Heral Committee nnry and the Amerlanril have Meheduled meeting** durlns the Mnber and l>eremher. j\\. 1965. Followlns Is %  merit of n aerlea of UlnK with mime of the khanea of Herxla life, ptly Hharetl top hunoni and aecond prize win* f Robert S Miirrua fContest aponanred by •>> Conic reaa.) ras sealed with the |n July 4, 1904. She ad lonely, and everi htrength to fight for health (ailed her. of self-confidence I. The wave of grief per Jewry meant litpersonal loss was bid no condolences per. testament was a |eed a strange doculie was concerned, Imost difficult to exIgnored almost enmeant nothing to rently didn't think up their children, led guardians and limn, her care. The Pauline, was to |'s close friend, Joty. the industrial Bo be sent over to under the guard j Per personal friend, I Et Joe Cowen; and j %  ghter. Trude. was ( id of an adopted Folffsohn's at CoBss was now comned against the ig deprived her of having left her taken away her lost all interest in Herzl by only two away in 1907, at (During these two [very little of her pio also could find the "fall of her outwardly she Pier majestic bear1911. of the House of [end here. Herzl's %  low began their ing. rown prince*' of night to England [of 1905. He found country, and alspend most of he never really I'd. His personalloot adjust to the fe. He proved to ent. very diligent being particular Res But socially I at ease, graduation from never really Bunds. Wolffsohn ling the "Herzl's Jut money could emotional probi-niely sensitive a feeliog of in pdow oi his fain r*w that he would tp to anything re her reputation a morbid beEsses which peoirere not due to at. but really beficr In his own proud, and he I receive favours %  ill who knew tif> to his kind [He was princely line way all hw at of his "eddand ascetism, [a spineless gen mostly shun types. Slowly shut before was not conguest even in of the Zionist ving the First aged for a tender hand to lead him. He was poor, almost penniless, a refined vagrant! who could find no place for himself in this world. He lived in a dark, miserable attic in a poor dis-1 trict of London, doing some work as a janitor for a free lodging. He • often went hungry for days. He was a haunted Hamlet, but without any desires for vengeance. Hans' softness and unsecurity led him to seek his salvation first in psychiatry and later in religious experimentations. He craved for some authority, for guidance in his confused personal world. He spent a considerable amount of money, which he managed to, scrape together, on visits to Pro-; fessors Jung and Freud, and he j studied the latest trends in psychiatry. However, when Jung and Freud proved unable to help him i he plunged into religious studies, < but was soon completely adrift in the world of mysticism. He had never really been taught Judaism in his childhood, for ineodor Herzl was himself not deeply rooted in Jewish religion. Hans developed the notion that Zionism and Jewishness were separate and distinct ideas, arguing that "one can be a Zionist nationalist and a Catholic at one and the same time." He was within a short period of time all of the following: a Methodist, a Catholic, and an Anglican. Yet, none of these provided him with the faith he sought. After the first of his conversions, he lost even the little sympathy that some Jews had for him in former years. He was now lonelier than ever before. Yet he felt that he still had a duty to discharge. He no longer saw any clear purpose to his own life, but he believed that he could do something for his elder sister, and. quite of his own volition, he assumed responsibility for her welfare. However weak he was, Pauline was even more helpless. Pauline was, to say the least, unstable. She was flippant, not very particular about morals, and seemingly intent on drawing from life whatever earthly pleasure could be had. While still under the guardianship of the Kremenetzkys, she became quite unruly. She would not recognize any authority but her own. for after all she was Herzl's daughter. At the same time, she hated the Zionists and refused to have anything to do with them. Her marriage to a certain Viennese engineer, Joseph Hift, was a complete failure. She was not capable of leading an orderly married life, and was inspired by the rather low standard of French popular romances. Her handwriting—if this can serve as an indication of her personality—was extremely childish, long after she had reached maturity. Monejfchad no value to her —except, of course, when she was in great need of it. In this respect, too, -he differed from Hans, who methodically kept accounts. She was divorced from her husband some two years before the First World War, and lived a disreputable life until the end. Hans' exhortations and attempts to improve her conduct came to nothing. Her life was wasted in tne most pathetically wretched way. Her last illness overtook her in Bordeaux. Hans rushed from London to her bedside, but could no longer be of any help. She died in September 1930. Hans blamed himself for being an indirect cause of her death, believing that his efforts in her behalf had been insufficient. He had no more "duties" to discharge, and decided that he could no longer bear himself alive on the earth. He shot himself in his hotel room. He was not yet 40 years old; Pauline was one year older. Both of them lie buried at Bordeaux in the South of France. They are almost totgotten, their graves untended. Freedom Pamphlet Available Here The availability for community distribution of a new pamphlet by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, entitled "iiie meaning of Freedom" has been announced by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Board, Florida Regional office, Anti Defamation League of B'nai B nth Published by the League's Florida regional office, the pamphlet is a printing of the sermon delivered by Rabbi Lehrman on the first day of Passover, April 18. 1954. "We believe Rabbi Lehrman's sermon to be an inspiring expression on the understanding and appreciation of freedom. In this sermon is shown the meaningful relationship between freedom and religion as the underlying foundations for the democratic way of life." Talianoff stated. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! 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LY, AUGUST G. 1954 Mpateftgglteg •vey Held Scientists YORK (JTA)—An "extrahigh percentage" of American scientists come ewish homes, a survey conchy Fortune, one of Amereading magazines, has used. jrvey, carried out among ling young scientists who lished themselves in nucysics. as well as in other of science, shows that 29 of them are Jews, 63 perProtestants, 5 percent are fs, while the remainder om homes where the parno religious affiliation theistic. scientists also constitute percent among twenty of ling young scientists engagnportant scientific work for 1 Electric Bell Teleaboratories, and other In industrial enterprises, Vey established. among them is Joshua rg. 29, the son of a Rabbi, iurwitz, 35, son of the edibe Menorah Journal whom calls "probably the most student of nuclear-reactor industry," Jullian SchI son of a dress manufactur[Richard Feynman, son of a pnager. both physicists who •rn in New York. Fortune inger and Feynman are ed the "top theoreticians "generation." | iirvey also established that the parents of the Jewntists gave their religion as only nine percent of the Jewish scientists professed rish religion. Among the nts only 23 percent pro-' heir religion as compared! percent of their parents, [the young Catholic science wanted to profess their) beliefs. basis of these figures, the survey comes to the conhat there is a general loss [among young scientists in niry regardless of their reackground. Forty-five pere young scientists declarelves agnostics or athetwenty-two percent said religious, but arc not afnth any religion, percentage of scientist-nh families v;ined conin the several fields M lie Fortune report says. and medical research it prcent. physics 1 percent. 17 percent; and in asfand meteorology, zero. PAGE 3 Rabbi Hurwitz Named Zamora Spiritual Leader; To Arrive Week of August 15 Announcement was made this week by Abe Maloff, president of Zamora Jewish Center, Coral Gables, that Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Brookline, Mass., has bee n called to the pulpit of the Center. Rabbi Hurwitz comes here, from the Conservative Temple Beth Zion, Brookline, and will arrive in Coral Gables during the early part of the week of August 15. Rabbi Hurwitz is a graduate of Haverford College, Pa., and of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. While in Brookline, he served also as a member of the faculty of the New England School of Theology and was active in the cultural, social, civic and educational life of the Jewish and general community. Rabbi Hurwitz served previously in Brooklyn, N.Y., and in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He is actively identified with the Zionist and Jewish Congress movements, as well as in interfaith programs. He attended one of the World Jewish Congress sessions in Geneva as an American delegate and Delegates to be Named Regular meeting of the Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, will be held on Wednesday evening, August 11, 8 p.m., at 1947 West Flagler st. Delegates will be elected for the JWV national convention slated in Richmond, Va., October 13. Available lor BANQUETS WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS Sfricfh/ Kosher Catering Availoaft by Request Under Supcrvuion of GRFATIK MIAMI VAAD HAKASIIRI RAHHI JoaWH t' RAI KOVSKY Telephone Saul Herman 58-0811 —for assistance in developing your ideas LINCOLN ROAD AT COLLINS AVENUE sors of Hebrew who went to Israel to study the life and culture of the reborn Jewish State. The Rabbi served as chaplain of the group and upon his return here addressed the annual convention of American Professors at Evanston, 111., on "An American Clergyman's Experience in Israel." Rabbi Hurwitz is a former Hebrew school principal and in the summer of 1952 attended courses in Jewish education at the Graduate School of Dropsie College at Philadelphia. Rabbi Hurwitz arrives here with his wife and their daughter, Jessica, age ten. Rabbi and Mrs. Hurwitz were recently in Miami as guests of the Zamora Center and delivered threfe addresses to the congregation ana" Sisterhood. The call extended t the Rabbi was upon a unanimous vote of the Board and the congregation. irS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI PH 3-0874 732 BISC. BLVD 6 Coffee Shop ivi Popular Pries WA^W*WW*W^r^^*^*W^^ Rofcbi I. lean Hurwili in the summer of 1953 was a member of a group of American profesComplefe/y Air Condition**" SHE! RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN A Umqui txp w ltm n fa OMmg Htutun it* 7 Coorse Dinners (fret Wine, Seltier ond Knishes) from $1.50 Delicatessen to Tako Home WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HAIL MIAMI BEACH y 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday S p.m. to t p.m.


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1 PAGES Johnston Feels Ike's Prestige Remains Steady K^enhoworinthe COUntHS >"" dealt with more telling than tne „nti-American feeling and prop;, andfi w are told prevails in the liddle East! A. I am sure it is. Both the \nibs and the Israelis seem to feel that the President meant what he said when he stated a pollCJ W • impartial friendship" t o w arc! them both. On specific matters. Of course, there is still resentment in ne camp or the other. For example, Israel is bitterly unhappy William Gibberson Affairs of State Opens at Biltmore Producer Sam Hirsch has come up with one of his best comedy I its nl the summer season at the Biltmore Playhouse with "Affairs •A State." Starring in this mirth provoking \ehicle of the "behind-the-scenes" pisodes in the nation's capitol are the husband and wife team of William Gibberson and Vicki Cummings. Miss Cummings and Gibber-on keep the play moving at a rapid | ace throughout and the audience chuckling from start to finish. Most amazing about "Affairs of State"' is the fact that this Broad way comedy hit was written by a E renchman—Louis Verneuil. The Ithor has I sharp grasp Of Amer an wit and idiom which makes B i asant evening for everyone Miss Cummings is excellent in the role of the spinster school teacher who agrees to become a ile. 111 name only to the Senator The part calls tor Miss Cummings to make a transition from a owdy school teacher at the beginning Of the play to an attrac live woman who knows how to charm Washington officials and gain the love of a husband who. heretofore, was only her employer. Celeste Holm starred in the original Broadway production in 1950 and was later succeeded by June Havoc. If Gibberson looks familiar to those attending the play, it is that he is the announcer for Fulton J. Sheen's television program. .,,„,„, American arms Bid to K The Arab Stal <; / \ "J aro equally unhappy. "< Ih: t brael istill receiving mon l s economic aid than Ihe; are y On the basis oi your recenl discuss,,,,,-, what real Poib.l.Ues doyouseeforoutracingtheshaicy amisUce situation with a workable scheme for developing the Jordan Valley" A I think the chancearc very R ,,od First of all. while the iron "ice situation iadmittedly shaky. I personally believe thai tly states, men of both the Aral, nationand brael are determined to exercise restraint Therefore 1 think there is every chance that we shall be able to get something going in the Jordan Valley despite the ten sions which exist. If we can do that we shall have eliminated the explosive issue of the Jordan waters from the equation and tnus diminished the possibility thai the armistice will break down. Q. Just why is the I'nited States sufficiently Interested In this Jordan Valley project to -end a special emissary ol the President out there to put it across? A. I think there are several reason. We are deeplj interested in maintaining peace and stabilitj in the strategic Near East One wav to do this ,to remove the specific and Identifiable p 'ints ol friction—doctor the -ore spots as it were The Jordan liner ione oi these it we can work oul an ac ceptable division ol itwaters and use them to the be-t ol all eon cerned. we Will have removed one major cause oi dissension Dovirf B. oili To Mark Tisha B'Av On JNF Radio Program The Jewish National Fund Council, of Greater Miami will preprogram m observance ol TWM B'Av on Jacob Schachters Jewish Variet) Hour, station WMBM, Sunday, Augusl 8, 13 to 2 P-m Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. spiritual leader ol Congregation Beth El, and Rabbi Louis J I field ol Austin Park Chicago, Illscheduled guesl -i" the program Cantor Bereli I mer ol Mian;; Henri I an 1 1 "ill : selection; Rabbi Mi den) ol Ihe • ouni the which has ed by S I '" ll chairman Yiddish School Gets New Head THP Workmen's Ctr clo T. L Per h.l re embarking this ., ,„• project Instead of .,, the Beach rd.nat.ng c..mdeclded to have N.th 'hools conducted on a full time ,,„„<„, Joseph Huntov. r, Louis Lasavin, School,II continue to direct tbo ,, mM school, l-xated at 1545 SW The Beach school committee has ,, David H Roaal to conduct | ts sciwol a) 29 Washington ave. Rossi a native of Poland, came 0 the Inited Stotoa at the age of, Ifl when he became associated with the Jewish school movement j ,,, the WorkmenCircle. He is a, graduate of the Workmen's Circle Teachers Seminary and studied liberal artat Syracuse University and play writing and directing at Vale li, taughl at the first Yiddish school in the South, the Work ,,„ „Circle School in Atlanta. ..... -till in existence after 34 years o| continued activity In the Ms. Rossi lectured at the Rand School of Social Sciences and organised and directed various youth theatre groups, while workin j ,n -ummer in youth camp*. I |x,n returning from their sec|p ..round the world in 1W0. Mr and Mrs Rossi settled in Sa h where he taught in the Workmen 11H6, at wl Circle IIHO. at which unntw! to Palestine !" "*l wiuie thet. Rn,„ d ballvary — Mnraokat smn Pti.au 3-2244. 2 44JI 1*1 li. | IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A 'CUT-PRICE' DEAL* YOU GET A BUILT-IN DISCOUNT WITH A YORK ROOM AIR CONDITIONER! gurine NOW Ton Can Drtna All The lcr4 Tea Von riant &f VTTHOIT Gaining A Slnala .Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARIN E FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS F,.r. Hirmlm K, onoml,l c.uaranteed Non-Fattening : tm • %  tka Ubla—nat It for eooklai &f -Oi. Size Bottle.. Only 75o AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE If you look around at the "deal" prices of other makes of Room Air Conditionersboth known and unknown—you'll find YORK has a "quality" price compared to the "cut-rate" prices of other units—cheaper units which only teem to cost leas in the beginning. Don't be fooled! 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+ it*inr*tm*r
Life of Theodor Herzl.JHis
rsonal Triumph and Tragedy
IU fc.ifr f\ A V/ A ____1_____. ...
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EPH NEDAVA
AJP
|hoiii the world r*
mnt-fiiiiiuii- the finii-th
, 1ira*iiijC of Th.-)l.ir
of Zlonliim, with a
l which i-iMiiin.-nri-i!
oim iirtzi Commits**
MCV and the Amerl-
niu'il hav- whwlult-d
, meetlnjcn during the
rtnl'fi and l^remher.
JTy. 19S5 Following- la
lliiunt of ii itIh of
llliiK with Home of the
pham-s of Herml'a life.
nth ahared top honor*
Kiwi aeoond prise wln-
a Robert S Marraa
Contaat |>onitoi >-d by
i MiiKreaa. >
vas sealed with the
| on July 4, 1904. She
rid lonely, and everi
strength to fight for
health failed her.
of self-confidence
I The wave of grief
per Jewry meant lit-
personal loss was
End no condolences
her.
testament was a
eed a strange docu-
he was concerned,
[most difficult to ex-
ignored almost en-
meant nothing to
putty didn't think
up their children.
I'll guardians and
from her care. The
r. Pauline, was to
|'s close friend. Jo-
ky, the industrial-
t" be sent over to
under the guard
^er personal friend.
list Joe Cowen; and
lighter. Trude. was
id of an adopted
r*olffsohn's at Co-
sss was now com-
led against the
ag deprived her of
W having left her
taken away her
lost all interest in
Herzl by only two
away in 1907. at
[During these two
wry little of her
Mio also could find
r the "fall of her
|h outwardly she
[her majestic bear-
1911.
ly of the House of
[end here. Herat's
[now began then
ling.
krown prince" of
)ught to England
[of 1905. He found
country, and al-
ptu spend most of
he never really
ed. His personal
[not adjust to the
|lfe. He proved to
ent, very diligent
being particutor-
iges. But socially
at ease,
graduation from
never really
[funds. Wolffsohn
thing the "Herat's
But money could
emotional prob-.
iTii'ly sensitive
a feeling of in
acinw in his fam
ew that he would
ip to anything Te-
ller's reputation
a morbid be-
Bsses which peo-
fwere not due to
tit. but really be-
ler. In his own
proud, and he
receive favours
[All who knew
stif > to hit kmil
[He was princely
ting way all his
nt of his "add-
and ascetism,
a spineless gen-
pie mostly shun
types. Slowly
Bo shut before
the was not con-
guest even in
of the Zionist
ring the First
ftnged for a ten-
der hand to lead him. He was poor,
almost penniless, a refined vagrant
who could find no place for him-
self in this world. He lived in a
dark, miserable attic in a poor dis-
trict of London, doing some work
a* a janitor for a free lodging. He
often went hungry for days. He was
a haunted Hamlet, but without any
desires for vengeance.
Hans' softness and unsecurity
led bim to seek his salvation first
in psychiatry and later in religious
experimentations. He craved for
some authority, for guidance in
his confused personal world. He
spent a considerable amount of
money, which he managed to
scrape together, on visits to Pro-
fessors Jung and Freud, and he
studied the latest trends in psy-
chiatry. However, when Jung and
Freud proved unable to help him
he plunged into religious studies,
but was soon completely adrift in
the world of mysticism. He had
never really been taught Judaism
in his childhood, for ineodor Heral
j was himself not deeply rooted in
| Jewish religion. Hans developed
the notion that Zionism and Jew-
ishness were separate and distinct
l''. arguing that "one can be a
OonJal nalionalist and a Catholic
at one and the same time." He was
within a short period of time all of
I the following: a Methodist, a Cath-
I olic, and an Anglican. Yet, none of
| these provided him with the faith
| he sought. After the first of his
conversions, he lost even the little
sympathy that some Jews had for I
him in former years. He was now
lonelier than ever before.
Yet he felt that he still had a
duty to discharge. He no longer
saw any clear purpose to his own
life, but he believed that he could
do something for his elder sister,
and, quite of his own volition, he
assumed responsibility for her wel-
, fare. However weak he was, Pau-
I line was even more helpless.
Pauline was, to say the least, un-
i stable. She was flippant, not very
particular about morals, and seem-
ingly intent on drawing from life
whatever earthly pleasure could be
| had. While still under the guard-
ianship of the Kremenetzkys. she
became quite unruly. She would
not recognize any authority but her
own, for after all she was Herat's
daughter. At the same time, she
hated the Zionists and refused to
have anything to do with them.
Her marriage to a certain Vien-
nese engineer, Joseph Hift, was a
complete failure. She was not cap-
able of leading an orderly married
life, and was inspired by the rath-
er low standard of French popular
romances. Her handwritingif this
can serve as an indication of her
personalitywas extremely child-
ish, long after she had reached ma-
turity. Monejkhad no value to her
except, of course, when she was
in great need of it. In this respect,
too. she differed from Hans, who
methodically kept accounts.
She was divorced from her hus-
band some two years before the
First World War, and lived a dis-
reputable life until the end. Hans'
exhortations and attempts to im-
prove her conduct came to nothing.
Her life was wasted in trie most
pathetically wretched way. Her last
illness overtook her in Bordeaux.
Hans rushed from London to her
bedside, but could no longer be of
any help. She died in September
1930.
Hans blamed himself for bring
an indirect cause of her death, be-
lieving that his efforts in her be-
half had been insufficient. He had
no more "duties" to discbarge, and
decided that he could no longer
bear himself alive on the earth. He
shot himself in his hotel room. He
was not yet 40 years old; Pauline
was one year older. Both of them
lie buried at Bordeaux in the Sou'h
of France. They are almost tot-
gotten, their graves untended.
Freedom Pamphlet
Available Here
The availability for community
distribution of a new pamphlet by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach, entitled
"me meaning of Freedom" ha-
been announced by George J. Tal-
ianoff, chairman of the Board,
Florida Regional office, Anti Defa-
mation League of B'nai B nth
Published by the League's Flor-
ida, regional office, the pamphlet
is a printing of the sermon dettv-
ered by Rabbi Lehrman on the
first day of Passover, April 18.
1954.
"We believe Rabbi Lehrman'*
sermon to be an inspiring expres-
sion on the understanding and ap-
preciation of freedom. In this ser-
mon is shown the meaningful re-
lationship between freedom and
religion as the underlying founda-
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life," Talianoff stated.
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l^wii^lhJEIbipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -Number 32 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS Exodus Causes Shift In Mid-East Balance tstration iewed ilure' BULLETIN (JTA) — House (John McCormack. Smocrat, took the thrs week to def criticizing the Reration's policy of Mile to Israel and of State Dulles' policy in the Near lions failure." ck said, in the ission of the iorthat Secretary Bphed the Arab itionale for the leir intransigent Ins." Because of Rhe United States "hopes for peace the area." [arming Iraq was ep McCormack. It the administra' Iraq's "political |ion of minorilive pro-Nazi rebskrd the House: Tpe sure that a invaded Israel, most of her and which \ puliln square of lied upon not to Iraquis them laim that they ft" Israel's conin what theory ie them at their wishful thinkhat the Iraquis themselves sa> Idc by Rep. Mcirhere else are |ry at war with Use are we givBhose who boast Btention of deessors, but a ibor." McCorPNS to bring true impartial ent conditions an alarming essential condlimcnt of Aral) arms but ecoasslstance to [this area." UNITED NATIONS (AJP)—Arab diplomatic circles at the United Nations late Wednesday viewed "with greatest gravity" the replacement of Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Vagn Bennike by Canadian Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns as UN truce supervisor in Palestine. Bennike. they claim, always maintained "a strict neutrality in his decisions between Arabs and Israel, favoring very often Arab accusations against-Israel." The Arabs here are also upset over the fact that the appointment | was made without prior consultations with any of the Arab states. Hold• ing that the appointment serves as a great victory for Jewish State i officials "who had condemned Bennike most violently following the | Kibya incident." representatives here indicated that the "UN yielded to Zionist pressures." Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold surprised newsmen by the I annquncement that he-had-appointed General Burns to succeed General ; Bennike. General Bennike's appointment was for one year, the announce j ment stated, and had expired on June 17. But Mr. Hammarskjold had I requested the Danish General to remain in office until a successor was appointed and had arrived in Jerusalem. All indications during the past year pointed to the fact that Gen • Tal Bt-nuike was not too pleased with his difficult assignment. Mr. Hammarskjold knew this and acted accordingly. With a Canadian as Chief of Staff. Israel's position vis-a-vis the Arabs will certainly be enhanced, observers feel. During the entire struggle for Statehood, Israel had Canada as one of her staunchest friends and supporters. Attlee Criticizes Churchill for Failure to Gain Arab Guarantees LONDON (JTA) —The balance, of power shifted in the Middle East this week. A change occurred which had been long forecast by the shadow of events. The British initialled an agreement with the Egyptian junta government calling for complete evacuation of British troops from the Suez Canal zone within 20 months, and the withdrawal of all civilian experts within seven years. The significance of this agreement for the Middle East and the world at large was recognized in all quarters. What was also recognized, but not as loudly, was that the interests of the State of Israel was vitally affected by this new shift. Although Israel was not a party to the Suez pact, and although it had been consulted by Britain in only the most general fashion, friends of Israel in the major Western capitals raised the issue. The inadequacies of safeguards for Israel's interests in the AngloLouis Lipsky Warns of Misinterpretation Dulles Urged to Ask Egypt iFor Break in Area Blockade WASHINGTON (WNS) — The American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs has urged Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to call upon Egypt to abandon its Suez Canal blockade against Israel both "as an important incident of agreement between the United Kingdom and Egypt, as well as a first step towards reconciliation between Egypt and Israel."* 4 < Louis Lipaky. chairman of the Ajaerican Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, said in his letter to Mr. Dulles that, in view of the fact that the U.S. Government had played an important role in advancing the London-£airo pact, "we are ntitled to urge that the Egyptians terminate the blockade which has been condemned by the United Nations Security Council." The letter pointed out that failure by the State Department to take such ac>n a Replacement? le May be New tassador to ^Nasser TA) — State revealed this ouse statement Eta which PresiDt announce the iry A. Byroade to Egypt. now Assistant for New Eastissignment to imed at impledecision made Egypt militar ksible. owing to* Irawal of Brit e Suez Canal have the misnprovement of i wjtl the Arab | iw to creating a I Middle East command of Arab states linked to NATO, in order to defend the Near East from Communist peaaiMtion State Depart ment sources said that inclusion of Israel in such a pact is not contemplated. ..because the Arabs wo* Id not agree to cooperate with Israel. The Washington Post editorial said Mr. Byroade would be sent to Egypt with "a man-on-the-spot responsibility for executing whatever new look is evolving." (A rumor in diplomatic circles here held that Byroade's successor as Assistant Secretary of State in charge of Near Eastern Affairs will V Loy Henderson, a career diplo mat with long experience in the Near East.) tion was "bound to be interpreted as an intimation of indifference that would encourage the Egyptian Government to believe that it may persist in its present course without challenge." adding that "such an impression would be most unfortunate" since "it would embolden those elements in the Egyptian Government who do not regard peace between Israel and Egypt as desirable." In a similar move, nine members of Congress in a written petition counselled Mr. Dulles to secure an undertaking of compliance from Cairo with the U.N. Security Council resolution calling on Egypt to abandon the Suez Canal blockade against Israel. The signatories warned that failure to act now "may actually cause a deterioration in the situation because it may be interpreted by Egypt as an indication that we do not regard the blockade as a matter of sufficient concern." In the meantime there were rumors that the U.S. was contemplating the establishment of a Western defense base in Israel. State Department sources said there was no basis in fact for the rumors and that there was lacking information in substantiation of reports of a possible British return to Haifa after evacuation of the Suez area. Mortimer May, in his first public address in Tel Aviv as president of the Zionist Organization of America, urged the United States to pursue a policy designed to bring Israel into a Middle East defense network. He spoke at a meeting arranged in his honor by the General Sad t party of Israel. The meeting was attended by an audience of several thousand. "Our past experience has shown," said Mr. May, "that we Americans fare best with those who arc our true friends, those who have interests that are mututooii Upsky citas part la pact ally compatible with ours. That is the kind of friend Israel is." .Referring to the Anglo-Egyptian agreement for evacuation of British troops from the Suez Canal area, Mr. May declared that the pact upsets the balance of power in the Middle East. Egyptian agreement on evacuation and surrender of the Suez Canal zone by Britain to Egypt was one of the major aspects raised in Commons and Lords as critics of the Churchill government's pact rose to attack the agreement. Clement R. Attlee, head of the Labor Party and former Prime Minister, hit out sharply at the agreement and at Sir Winston. He termed "curious" the fact that the question of Palestine had been left out of the pact, particularly 'because the Prime Minister has always been a strong Zionist." He ashed what had happened to the British Government's repeated demands that the Suez Canal be left free for all international traffic, including Israel's. He noted that Britain had certain duties to Israel, as well as the Arab States and Turkey, and demanded to know what plans had been adopted for security in the Middle East. A number of other members, including Richard Crossman, raised similar issues and Crossman and some other MP's raised the possibility of British bases in Israel to replace the Suez bases being surrendered. Mr. Crossman insisted that the future of the entire Middle East depended on tearing asunder the "curtain of hatred'' dividing the Israelis and the Arab*. Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden.' defending the government > policy, noted that all critics about Egypt's handling of Suez traffic hit only one point—the blockade against Israel. This, he pointed out. was a policy of all the Arab states, not just Egypt alone. "If the House wants to see an end to hostilities between Israel and the Arab states," he insisted, the only hope is for Britain to create better relations with both sides and use these relations to help end the tension and try to bring about peace. "I do not believe it is possible to do anything effective in this particular situation unless we can reduce the tension," he said. He denied that the British Government was forgetting its obligations to Israel. He reaffirmed the British Government's adherence to the 1950 tripartite declaration which guarantees the Middle East states' borders against aggression. In the House of Lords, Laborite Lord Jowett raised the question of Israel's concern over the AngloEgyptian pact and he suggested the government act to allay Arab-Israel hostility, possibly by first contributing to a solution of the Arab refugee problem. Johnston Fce!s EisenhWer's Prestige Continues to Stay Firm NEW YORK (AJP)—During a recent interview with Eric Johnston, UN correspondent for the INS Pierre J. Huss got Mr. Johnston to admit that he did not try to get the Arab States to get together with Israel on the projected Jordan Valley TVA scheme. Following are some of the questions asked by Huss and the answers received: tj. Did j-our recent Palestine visit actually result in a perceptible advance toward common ground where the spokesmen for Israel and Jordan, for example, sat down together or indicated such a possibility? A. No, it did not. We have not asked them to get together, and I have no intention of doing so. I just don't think it possible to pursuade the Arab countries to sit down to a conference table with Israel. We are therefore dealing with them separately. Q. Is the prestige of President Continued an Page 6



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IUST 6, 1954 *• Jewish fh>rUi§an PAGE II IGIOUS DIRECTORY L. the ninth day of the Hebrew month, Av, will be observJatunliiy evening in synagogues throughout the Greater Appropriate readings from the prophet. Jeremiah, and mil be read to mark the destruction of the ancient Holy k. starting at the conclusion of the Sabbath and continued ly. underscores Jewry's reverence for the occasion and } travail of two millcnia of exile iMANO-EL will hold ^ ; ; wrvioes *i 6 p....,. Ihe Ninth of Av .. Kiddiwh will fo| Ung services are at 9 ow Mincha „ a( Jer omiahs mi.; Lehrm*n will of.• Book ()f Lament8tions -wi „ ^ antnr Philip Brumread at 7:45 Sund mornj K the musical porservices are at 8;30 am Mincha g lurgy Daily services j schedulcd for 2 pm with Maafjv -pel at 8 a.m. and 1 t0 ^ held at 730 p m \\ JEWISH CENTER Jd.i> evening services Saturday morning (at 0 a.m., conducted ci Waxman. The Rabss the Weekly Por\\>. at 6:15 p.m. Tisha will be after sunriD SYNAGOGUE will evening services at turday morning serva.m., with Harry Siof the congregation, )aily services are at fcBREW SCHOOL AND riON will hold Friday ices at 6:45 p.m. Sat[)g services are at 9 Simon April will disBekly Portion. Cantor Mr will render the ions of the liturgy. B'Av services are ftr 7:30 p.m. Laments jread. Sunday morning iit 9:30 a.m., when recited. [BETH SHOLOM will evening services at Ibbi Leon Kronish will preach on the topic: na B'Av Still Be Obturday morning serv) 45 a.m. [E CENTER will hold kinj; services at 6:30 iy morning services are [Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., IShalos Seudos. I • • • llSRAEL of Miami will evening services at nth Dr. Jacob H. KapCmeritus, officiating. • • • %  GRANADA JEWISH CENTER will hold ling services at 6:45 lev Leo Heim officiatl> morning services are led Itev Heim will dis%  Tonomy—A Moral LeeBin." Mincha is at 6:30 rd by Maariv. commemde>truction of the Holy Iday services are at 8 ISRAEL HEBREW will hold Friday eveat 7 p.m., with Kab th following. Saturday bices are at 9 a.m. Kab Ver will officiate and Ihe topic: "The Fast of NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 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. Morris Weinstein, Pres. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Mordechai Haalman will officiate while Rabbi David Shapiro is on vacation. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Daily services are also at 9 a.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Arnold Stern discussing: "Life — Where Are We Going?" Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold services Friday night at 6:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi will officiate at services on Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. There will be a Talmud class at 5:45 p.m. Mincha is at 6:45 p.m. Cantor Abraham Self will render the musical portion of the liturgy. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Rudolf E. Brill will officiate. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Citizenship Day to Leaders of Dade County organ izations will meet at noon Wednesday, August 11, to map the area's Citizenship Day program, general chairman E. Albert Pallot has an nounced. Preceding it will be a veterans! rally scheduled for 11 a.m., also in fclks Hall, with Harvey W. Seeds Port Commander Ed R. Greenfield -presiding. Greenfield is organiz ing chairman of all cooperating veteraaa groups. Actiorj reports will be given by Sheriff Tom Kelly, parade marshal; George K. Roller, Jr. and Frank Imand, men's and civic be Mapped Here clubs; Mrs. ilarry Rogers, concert committee; Mrs. S. J. Bobbitt, Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs. Elry Stone, women's clubs; Gilbert J. Balkin. school essays; Mrs. Max Froom,! Harvey Seeds Auxiliary; and Burton P. Nuckols, labor. Other chairmen are Henry J. Hotsrfe, Americanism and program committee; W. Cecil Watson. Miami Pioneers; Abe S. Goldman, proclamations; Coral Gables Mayor Dave Hendrick. Jr., Mayors' committee; Mrs, Earl Barton and Mrs. Norman Babel, League of Women Voters and new citizens: William J. Crockett.. Jr., financial institution; and Leonard H. Glasser, art consultant. Heading the large Armed Forces committee is Major Charles W Byers. Recently added to this countywide executive commit!ee wiie W. ('. Thomas, school superintendent, Tom Q Shurpe. J K. William*. James E. Heath, Joe H. Adams and Rbby wet more. c i A new public officials' committee includes Bill Lamaff, George Okell. Jack Orr, R. C. Gautier and Cliff Herrell. Citizenship Day is set for September 17 by proclamation of President Eisenhower. Set or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 4-W81 UH INSURANCE MUDS Metropolitan life Insurance Co. 907 Biscayne Blag., 19 W. 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IGUST 6. 1954 U. NOTICE Jen i f fk>rkMari PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE JIT COURT OF" THI JDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR OADE kHANCERV No. 170*43 MKYKR. a.lea. I'lalnllff. Ill (A NIK I. METER, \.M N. MKYKR. I >.(fnil.i nl |V PUBLICATION NATHANIEL i k.a. M N. MKYKR. unt Street i.nncctlcut HEREBY NOTIFIED Complaint Koi Divorce Relief has been filed tul you me required 10 your Answer to the It for Divorce anil Km r InPlaintiff's Af.v OBNBT. 420 Llni i' iih, Klorida, anil 111 Answer In the i iffice the Circuit Court, on frth. day "f August, 1.*>4. I'm Confesao will be pt vou. 'Miami Beach, Florida, July. MM B, LEA TIIKRMAN, Irk. Circuit t'oiirt R. 11 RICK, JR. Deputy Cleric 1% INDER FICTITIOUS lAME LAW HKRKBY OIVEN that sd, desiring ti> engage In the il. mn.us name of |N MART, .it lAMi N \\ pdn to register Raid name i>f the Circuit Court of Florida. II. V KRuST IBION SERVICE, INC. I.I, %  da till LEGAL NOTICE JNDER FICTITIOUS lAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN thst •it, defiling to engaKc in r ihiflotltloua llama nf I'DIO, MI I'.MI. Count) in register said name i.f tha Circuit Court of Florida Al.Vl.N CLICK -1.1 JNDER FICTITIOUS lAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN tint I-I| daali Ina in • image In n Hi.rut it i-.iiM II.I TILat :il HtM H W. Mil Street. | register th the Clerk of the ill I'.ule County. Florida. CHATLOH—5U'. tnraar I'll A II.i is 60* uwn.-r [Ai c.i .l.liSTKIN Regtatrants lll.iiileviird. Miami. Florida NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD£ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 171094 Ml KIK1, K. COOPER, I'lalnllff ROBERT K COOPER. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROHKRT K. Cool'KR c/o llol.li.n State l|..s|.iial Male Home Huston, Massachusetts You are hei.li> notified that a Rill of c.an|.la lot for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are iev default will he taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Hill of i 'oiiiplnlnt. IwiNK ANIi OUIiKRKI) at Miami, Morlda. this Hal day of July. A I)., 19..4. K. H. LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit Court, 11.nl. County, Morlda Bj MM. W. STOCKING Circuit Court Seal) Dcpmv Clerk CAI.ni I A. il'iSlirsARIAN MO ;.th Street. Miami Beach, Ma. Attorney* f,.r I'laintiff 7/25-30 — H/g-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that the undersigned, (1. siring to engage In business under the fictitious name of H. II 11. Co., at 2181 8.W. 2Ind St.. Miami, Ma.. Intend to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Cireult of I lade County, Florida. MAX HAMBURGER I.AIRA IIAMIURGKR ROBERT SIIKI.li. IN HAMBl'ROER SIDNEY BFRONSON Attorney for Applicants 702 Blacayna Bias, 7. 16-23-30 — H/ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 170703 (JENKRAI, MORTGAGE COMPANY, a Morlda corporation, I'laintiff, vs. LOUIS HltOWN. et nl.. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: Lolls IIHOWN. also known as I.KWIS BROWN, ami ELIZA HKTH M. BROWN, his wife. 1VN3 S.dg.wi.k Avenue, Bronx II, New York. If living, and If said named Defendants l>e 'lead, the heirs, devisees, legatees, i n-ilitors. assign., s. II.II.IIS. end all parties laimlng b>. through, under, or against said named I lefendantH who may he deceased, and any And all persona having any right, claim or Interest through said named Defendant*. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that n suit ha* lieen fileil against \.,u In the above style.l court to fpranloao a m.iiiK.igc, recorded in MortcaM Hn.>ur answer or other pleadings on Plaintiff* Attorney, HENRY M CAIN, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn or before the IBlh dny of August, J'C.I otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will Intaken as i onfcssi il by you ||\TKD at Miami, Florida, this nth day of Jul>. !!• i K. II LEATHERMAN, t 'l.-rk, i 'ircuit i 'IIII I H\ W.M \V BTOCKING, Deputy Clerk HKNrtY M. CAIN Attorney for i'laintiff Mil weal Racier Street Miami. Fla. 7/l-2i.JO — 8/ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17100 SHIRLEY F. col.DIN, I'laintiff IRVING "iol.DIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO! IRVING COLDIN c-o Pal Golilin i.ii? N Spa Hiding l-.s Angeles 36. Calif. >"U are hereby notified that a Rill or complaint for Divorce liaa been filed against you, and you are required to s.rv... ropy of your Answer or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, ALFRED F. NESBITT, 74 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Klorida. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offtoe ol tinClerk of the Cfrcull Court on or before the 27th day of August. IH.'.I. If you fall to do so. Judgment l.v default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Pill of Complaint Thla notice shall be published once each week for four conaecuttee weekIn THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN AND ORDERED ai .Miami. this 19th day of July. A D. LEGAL NOTICE DONE Morlda. I IT, I. K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Chcult Court. Daile County. Morlda Hy i: ll. RICE, II: "iiuii Court Seal) Deputy Clerk M.i'r,i:ii INESBITT 1711 Polllna Avenue Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for ptiuntllf 7/S3-M — H/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious naui. of CORAL WAY TAVERN, at 22:15 B.W I'Jiul Street, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Morlda. DAVID ii. MAXWELL THKLMA ANTOINETTE MAXWELL KE88LER & GARS Attorney* fur Appllcantn 1 Tsj w. Klagler SI. 7,::o 8/-13-:0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRUDENTIAL MORTOAGE .v REALTY INVESTMENT CO., at 44 N.K 1st Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morlda. DAVID FRIEDMAN 7/rt-JO — 8/6-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No 33228-AI In Re: KSTA'I'K OF i:\lll. /. COHEN, %  k %  I:\III. ZOLA COHEN, a k a KM II. COHEN. I ased To AH Creditor! and All Pereoni Having Claims or Demands Against Said You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to pri s.nt any claims and demands whih you. or either of vou, may have against the eatata of KMIL 7. COHEN, deceased late of Dade County. Morlda, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offl.es in the Count* Courthouse In Dad.County, Morlda, within eight calendar months from the date of the I irsl publication hereof. Said claims or demand* to contain the legal address of the claimant and t.. i,e worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be birred. Date July IS, AD 1!>.".4. HILDA COHEN, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of KMII. Z COHEN, Deceased. MALVIN ENGLANDER Atlornev for Executrix 7/ lt-23-30 — 8/6 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that I, desiring lo engage in [d, %  the fictitious name of Pi a U.S. at 3981 s W L'lili ii. Ma., Intend to reglstel Ith the ci.Mk ij the Cli ,f Dade cniint.v. Florida BERNARD siltKIs PHIL BAROCAU I UNDER FICTITIOUS | NAME LAW Is HEREBY QIVEN thai ned. desiring to engage In ler the fictitious name of AMOCO SERVICE, at Miami Avenue. Intends -.. .1 name with the Clerk I % % %  ni uf Dade Counly, IE J. LILLI. Sole owner LEWIHt IN %  ieorge's Amoco Service i-20 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR OADE NN CHANCERY, No. 171037 ^IKR. I'laintiff PER Defendant BY PUBLICATION frailer P..i iiilu idge. (icorgla |I'. HKRKBY RKtjCIRKD to of \our answer |o the p'lplitint In tha above cause on the pl.iiiiiin s %  ii'.i [fil. lh„ original in the OfClerk of the Circuit Court, re the 23 da\ of August. • said Hill ol Ci.inpl.uiii %  en as confessed l\ >oii. IIL'"th day of Jul>. I''t .1 H LEATHERMAN. iR'leik of Circuit Court i.nle i •iiuntv. Morlds B) \VM. W. STlM'KIN'i:, Deputv Clerk telMAN K Mi.AN Ifor Plaintiff kl liulldlng, Miami 32. Fla -13 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that .ned, desiring to engage In d.r i be fictitious name of AR. at 11711 N K :'nd AveiC.-utity, Florida. Intends to d issme with the Clerk of Court of Dade Counly, ?HARD MILLER. Owner CAIN Owner %  ler Hvreet, Miami. Fla. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1707*5 DONALD K. WILSON, Plaintiff, Vs. LILLIAN H WILSON. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LILLIAN H WILSON. Nlppersink Manor Genoa City, Wisconsin TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Anawer to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. MILTON H. RICHMOND, al one Lincoln Road Building, Miami Reach. Morlda. and file llli original answer 111 the office ..I the Cleri of the circuit Court on ..i before August IS, 1&4. otherwise the allenaii'.ns of said Complaint will will IKtaken aconfeaeed by ypu, K Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court By: R. H. BICE, JR. ,Seal) I'epuly Clerk 7'1*^:3-30 — / NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEWIS DISTRIBUTING CO.. at 6704 W Magler St.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morlda LEWIS l BROOKS ALICE BIUKJKS. Owners 7/30 — 8/-IS-2ll :E BY AMENDED NOTIC PUBLICATION IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 143t JOHN RKRKY. Plaintiff. UOCSTA PRANCES BERET Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AUOUSTA PRANCES HKRKY Residence and Address I nknu" n You are hereby notified that a Bill „f Complaint for Dlv..r e has been filed against vou, and you are requit • ...I !., ee'iM. a cop> of Your Answer or Pleading t" the BUI of CompUxint .,„ ll,.. plan.lift Attorney II KM. M C4.IN Ull Waal Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offbe of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2th day of August IHJ. M roa fail I., do s... Judgment b) default Mill lie taken against RUMr tno relief demande.1 In the Bill of torn•"•This notice shall he published once each week for four MjawU !" "•*" In THE JEWISH KLoRIDIAN. DONE AND ORPERED t Miami. Florida, this 1Mb day of July. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court Dade County. Morkta Itv It M. HAWKINS er8 at the I lade Count) Court House, in Miami. Morlda, at 10:011 o'clock, A.M.. on loth day of September. lH'.t, and (then and there show cause why the instrument hereinafter described should not be re-established. The Petition, r. KiCNIK iil.MIS. seeks to re-establish a promissory note dated June 2.4. 1946, made hy HARRY GOLDEN and KVKI.Y.N GOLDEN, husband and wife, and ROSA WRIOHT, a single woman, to the Petitioner securing the payment of ll.'i.ooo.uo In puymeats as aet forth in said note encumbering the following described property in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: The North loo feet of Ix>t 9 and the West IS feet of the North 100 feet of Lot K. Block 12 of LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 2. at page U of the Public Records of Dade County, Klorida. together with furniture and fixtures con"talned therein, as per inventory heretofore given, which mortgage was given to secure the lost note sought lo be re-eslabll-lieil. and which mortgage was recorded in Uortgaae His.k 1*71 al page III of the Public Records ol Dade Counly. Morlda The Petition filed herein substantially alleges that the original of said note is not in Hie custody or control or the Petitioner and that said note has been lost or inadvertently destroyed: that Harry loldeii and Evelyn Hidden, husband and wife. Rosa Wright, a single woman. Natalie F. Foster, a widow, and Lonlae V. Seal, a widow, are or have been owners of the real property described, and are the only persons known to the Pent II. mi to be Interested for or against the re-establlshment of Ule said note; that the copy of the note sought to lie re-established Is a substantial and exact copy of the original Instrument. DATED at Miami. Florida, this juth day of July, l'.'.'•<• k B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STtX'KINO. Deputy Clerk 7 23-30 — s/-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name i.f ABLE HIII.DKRS' RENTAL EQUIPMENT, al itiu N.W. 14th Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intend to regislei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Daile County, Klorida. JOSEPH RAIIIN ALBERT FREEDMAN OOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN II Beecom Boulevard, Miami, Put, Attorney! for Registrants 7/2:t-:iO — K/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fi.-litions name of C. & H REALTY CO., at number 110 Mlonlgan Avenue in the cu> of Miami Beach, Klorida. Intend to reajiater the anld name wlih Ihe Clerk ni the Circuit Court of Dade Counly. MoiIda. Dated BI Miami Cach, Morlda. thin 1Mb Dai "f July, lltt IIY.MAN CHABNER. *_•. .i i t \i iv cn/i'iri 7 tt-M — %  OLOMON > l-II BIEGEL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engamin l.u.-in.ss under the fictitious name of Kl.NITA FASHIONS, al MS N.W L'.'.th Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of Ute Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida TAL'BES, INC. KOVNBR & VANNHEIMER Allorne\s for Taubes. Inc. 7 13-10 — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bueineaa under the fictitious name of NATIONAL HABDWARE APAINT en. at IMS-M N.K. 2nd Avenue, Miami Slior.-s. Ma., Intends to reglgter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME s BLONDER MILTON FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Set hold Bldg. 7/ll-aa — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AITO.MATIC CAR WASH, at Miami Ave. at 7th St.. N.E.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Morlda. BENJAMIN TOPOL JOHN TOPOI, MILDRED OSTROW AARON M. K ANN Kit Attorney for Applicants Shoreland Bldg. 7 ::'.-:ii> — 8/6-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171068 MAX MKlHiKBOW and Ol SSIK MEDGEBOW, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON. .iisie woman. Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND Tu: ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON P. (i Box 67 Cabot, Pi nnej Ivanta I .• .iiilanl YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a sun has been brought in the above entitled Court by the Plaintifts Bgalnal ton fttr the puriM.se of rescinding the sale by you to plaintiffs. .1, ,,f the following described real property, lying in Dade County. Mo ida, to wit Lois IJ, 13, H and If and parts of Lots IK, 17, 11 and 19, all in Block l ol cm.Ks SUBDIVISION i", Moilello. Morlda, lying easterly of Ihe railroad and weeterly of is. highway #i: TOGETHER WITH all Improvement* thereon and Inventory as at MI bed; and Yin ARE NEREBY REQUIRED to v,..\. a OOP) of your Answer OO the plaintiffs' attorney. LEO SIIKINKR. ;',"l Roper Building, Miami 32. Florida, ami file the original thereof In the office of the Clerk of the above Court on Of before the 3<>th day of August, MM; otherwise the allegalions of said complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this :']-! day of July, lsf.4. K. ll. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court B) l. BNEEDEN. (Circuit Court Seall 1 i.puty I,Ei i SHKINER 301 Roper Building. Miami, Morlda 7 rS-IO — 8/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CINCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1710SO IDA OREENSPON, Plaintiff, SAMI'KL J. OREKNSPON Defendant. UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAMUEL J. OREENSPON 3300 West Chicago Ave. Detroit. Mk'htgah You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are requli ed to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t" the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Atlornev ROBERT M. HAI'lilt, 3518 West Flagler St Miami. Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the JIrd day of August. 1SS4. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will he taken against vou for the relief demanded in Ihe Hill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN DONE AND OHDKRED at Miami. Florida, thla 30th day of July. A.D. l ot E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By M. W. PARTENHBIMER. (Cireult Court Seal) Deputy (Terk ROBERT M BADKR 2118 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 7/M-J0— 8/-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF i AW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring In engage m business under the fli lltloua name of i AI'.S-A-l'Ol'I'IN at Miami Ave at 7sth si Northeast, Intend to r.-gi-ter said name wilh the Clerk of Ho Circuit Court W AARON M BANNER Attorney fy r Cara-A-Poppln 7/ 1 6-23-30 — 8/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under fhe fictitious name of \l .I.IKDNOVELTIES, at 942-944 N.W .'.th Avenue, intend lo leglste: said name wilh the Clerk of the Cir, m Court of Dade County, Morida. WILLIAM CHANDLER MICHAEL DEL PIANO KESSI.KR ,• OARS Attorneys for Applicants 17s: W Flagler st : io | t-ia-io NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KEYS TAVERN, at 310 N.W 27th Avenue. Miami. Morlda. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of lade County. Morlda. ... ANDREW HOLLENBECK HENRY M. CAIN Attwne> for Applicant HH W Msgler St.. Miami, Ma. 7f1-30 — 8/6-13 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 'Jenisii fkridicin solicits your legal notice/*. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal Phone 2-4366 lor me*enger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Can the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at



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;UST 6, 1954 + it*inr* t m* r Life of Theodor Herzl.JHis rsonal Triumph and Tragedy IU fc.ifr f\ A V/ A %  1 %  %  ... PAGE 7 EPH NEDAVA AJP %  onitoi >-d by i MiiKreaa. > vas sealed with the | on July 4, 1904. She rid lonely, and everi strength to fight for health failed her. of self-confidence I The wave of grief per Jewry meant litpersonal loss was End no condolences her. testament was a %  eed a strange docuhe was concerned, [most difficult to exignored almost enmeant nothing to putty didn't think up their children. I'll guardians and from her care. The r. Pauline, was to |'s close friend. Joky, the industrialt" be sent over to under the guard ^er personal friend. list Joe Cowen; and lighter. Trude. was id of an adopted r*olffsohn's at Cosss was now comled against the ag deprived her of W having left her taken away her lost all interest in Herzl by only two away in 1907. at [During these two wry little of her Mio also could find r the "fall of her |h outwardly she [her majestic bear1911. ly of the House of [end here. Herat's [now began then ling. krown prince" of )ught to England [of 1905. He found country, and alptu spend most of he never really ed. His personal [not adjust to the |lfe. He proved to ent, very diligent being particutoriges. But socially at ease, graduation from never really [funds. Wolffsohn thing the "Herat's %  But money could emotional prob-. %  iTii'ly sensitive a feeling of in acinw in his fam ew that he would ip to anything Teller's reputation a morbid beBsses which peofwere not due to tit. but really beler. In his own proud, and he receive favours [•All who knew stif > to hit kmil [He was princely ting way all his %  nt of his "addand ascetism, a spineless genpie mostly shun types. Slowly Bo shut before the was not conguest even in of the Zionist ring the First ftnged for a tender hand to lead him. He was poor, almost penniless, a refined vagrant who could find no place for himself in this world. He lived in a dark, miserable attic in a poor district of London, doing some work a* a janitor for a free lodging. He often went hungry for days. He was a haunted Hamlet, but without any desires for vengeance. Hans' softness and unsecurity led bim to seek his salvation first in psychiatry and later in religious experimentations. He craved for some authority, for guidance in his confused personal world. He spent a considerable amount of money, which he managed to scrape together, on visits to Professors Jung and Freud, and he studied the latest trends in psychiatry. However, when Jung and Freud proved unable to help him he plunged into religious studies, but was soon completely adrift in the world of mysticism. He had never really been taught Judaism in his childhood, for ineodor Heral j was himself not deeply rooted in | Jewish religion. Hans developed the notion that Zionism and Jewishness were separate and distinct l'••'•. arguing that "one can be a OonJal nalionalist and a Catholic at one and the same time." He was within a short period of time all of I the following: a Methodist, a CathI olic, and an Anglican. Yet, none of | these provided him with the faith | he sought. After the first of his conversions, he lost even the little sympathy that some Jews had for I him in former years. He was now lonelier than ever before. Yet he felt that he still had a duty to discharge. He no longer saw any clear purpose to his own life, but he believed that he could do something for his elder sister, and, quite of his own volition, he assumed responsibility for her wel, fare. However weak he was, PauI line was even more helpless. Pauline was, to say the least, uni stable. She was flippant, not very particular about morals, and seemingly intent on drawing from life whatever earthly pleasure could be | had. While still under the guardianship of the Kremenetzkys. she became quite unruly. She would not recognize any authority but her own, for after all she was Herat's daughter. At the same time, she hated the Zionists and refused to have anything to do with them. Her marriage to a certain Viennese engineer, Joseph Hift, was a complete failure. She was not capable of leading an orderly married life, and was inspired by the rather low standard of French popular romances. Her handwriting—if this can serve as an indication of her personality—was extremely childish, long after she had reached maturity. Monejkhad no value to her —except, of course, when she was in great need of it. In this respect, too. she differed from Hans, who methodically kept accounts. She was divorced from her husband some two years before the First World War, and lived a disreputable life until the end. Hans' exhortations and attempts to improve her conduct came to nothing. Her life was wasted in trie most pathetically wretched way. Her last illness overtook her in Bordeaux. Hans rushed from London to her bedside, but could no longer be of any help. She died in September 1930. Hans blamed himself for bring an indirect cause of her death, believing that his efforts in her behalf had been insufficient. He had no more "duties" to discbarge, and decided that he could no longer bear himself alive on the earth. He shot himself in his hotel room. He was not yet 40 years old; Pauline was one year older. Both of them lie buried at Bordeaux in the Sou'h of France. They are almost totgotten, their graves untended. Freedom Pamphlet Available Here The availability for community distribution of a new pamphlet by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, entitled "me meaning of Freedom" habeen announced by George J. Talianoff, chairman of the Board, Florida Regional office, Anti Defamation League of B'nai B nth Published by the League's Florida, regional office, the pamphlet is a printing of the sermon dettvered by Rabbi Lehrman on the first day of Passover, April 18. 1954. "We believe Rabbi Lehrman'* sermon to be an inspiring expression on the understanding and appreciation of freedom. In this sermon is shown the meaningful relationship between freedom and religion as the underlying foundations for the democratic way of life," Talianoff stated. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! 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AUGUST 6. 195 T k**ist> HUT Mian PAGE 5 IOBAL SHORTS Parliament Gets First Law Regulation |< JTA)—The first of the nplemrntation regulations) ^Federal Indemnification | the compensation of in-, [ claimants came before it here, a full year after tscii was passed. Although Tiation has kept the law liter and even a deadis not yet certain whethfir^t implementation reg|1 enter into force on its te of October 1. Jews Raise Funds irtyrs Forest' in Israel )N (JTA)—Intensification ni-ing among Jews in Yu In behalf of the planting' pn the Martyrs Forest in i reported here in a com-' pn from the Federation of Communities of Yugosla peport said that some 3,linars had been raised •It Yugoslavia for the M 10.000 trees. This repQe-half of the pledge of in Jews. im Refuses to [Ban on Spinoza fORK (JTA)—A proposal L the seventeenth century I in ..11on of the philoso-! ch de Spinoza has been the leaders of the Por-1 Jewish community here, Is of those who Originalt the eminent scholar, the Times reported here jKerdam. The suggestion lider the 300-year-old ICame from David Ben %  el's former Prime Minthe leaders of the Jewish community in bra nded Spinoza's Heal and dangerous for Rabbinical Convention Opposes Marriage Changes DETROIT (JTA) The proposal, of the Conservative Kabbinate in I this country for changing the text | of the traditional Hebrew marriage contract—the Kesubah — was as-1 sailed at a convention of the Rabbinical Council of America, an Or-1 thodox group. Addressing the con] vention. Dr. Theodore Adams, 1 president of the organization, said ( that the proposed change is "nothing more than a publicity stunt" I and "an attempt to break down basic traditions that are holy." He claimed that the proposed change WOOld do nothing to eliminate do mestic friction. UN Body Asks Lebanon to Prevent Arab Infiltration TEL AVIV (JTA)—The chair man of the Israel-Lebanese Mixed \imjstiee Commission last vuvk end called upon Lebanon to keep element suspected of border infiltration and attacks on [anal Ml! of the fron'ier districts, in order to prevent the recurrence of recent attacks. The chairman made his appeal at. an emergency meeting of the MAC convened at Israel's request to consider an attack on an Israeli tractor operator at Chanitta. in northern Israel, last week. Possibility of Sight for Blind Seen by Israeli Scientist HAIFA (JTA>—The possibility of restoring sensory perception to the sightless, giving the blind virtual possibility of "seeing" 'again through electrical impulses, was envisaged as within reach by Dr, Ollendorf, professor of electrical engineering at the Israel Technical Institute here. Writing in the latest issue of the Technical Scientific Bulletin. Dr Ollendorf poses several questions relating to the mechanism of defective vision and points out possibilities of their solution with the aid of electroencephalographic methods. rofessor Reelected to ty of University (JTA)—Professor Ernst who holds the chair of (Commercial Law at the >rsity here, has been re[4he rectorship, or presivu institution for a sec |tr term, by secret balfaculty members. His [a storekeeper in the ancommunity of FriedFrankfurt. He himself. ig as legal counsel for lirt private bank, receiv Ointment as lecturer at ,'nnersity He fled from ;l>> Holland then to Tur|.hc taught law and the of law at the universillbul and Ankara He reJecmany live year-, ago. \NT MY MILK" be sure it's ORIDA IRIES VMOGINMD imin "D" Milk ilk Products" tro Protected L 2-2*21 Miami Delivery Our farm at | M. tad l aaaaa r Creek Israel Demands U.S. Arms On Equal Basis With Egypt JERUSALEM (JTA) — If the United States arms Egypt it must provide Israel with an equal quan tity of weapons, Dr. Walter Eytan, director general of Israel's Foreign Ministry, demanded on a broadcast here over Kol Zion, the Israel Government station The Western Powers' declaration guaranteeing the balance of power in the Middle East lost its validity the moment the United States decided to strengthen Iraq without strengthening Israel adequately. Dr. Eytan declared. Rumanian Charges Rejected; Ask Unrestricted Emigration I JERUSALEN (JTA)—The Isrue I Government has bluntly rejected • Rumanian charges th:it "thousands" of Jews of Rumanian origin are being prevented by Israel from i returning to Rumania and that a (campaign of incitement against I Rumania is being carried on in the Jewish Stale This was revealed in the Israel Parliament by Premier Moshe Sharett. who said that the reply sent by the Israel Govern\ ment to the Government of Rumania termed these charges—contained in a Rumanian note of June 4—"devoid of adequate foundation in fact." SUNRAYFARK HF.ALTH RESORT MOTELSANITARIUM to* max. coMVALEiCEMi i • w aorr coui i HIDAJ Russian Emigres Fined in Germany for Propaganda MUNICH (JTA) — In the first case tried in Germany on the basis of a law directed specifically against anti-Semitism, two Russian emigre leaders have been fined by a Munich judge for inciting racial hatred. After a court session at vihich an anti-Jewish demonstration was staged by the defendants and their Nazi lawyer, a $240 fine, was imposed on Eugene Arcuik, alias Dershavin, head of the RONDD movement tjiat carries on the tradition of the "Black Hundreds," the notorious pogromist league of Tsarist Russia. Jewish Agency Gets Special Status in Israel; Pact Signed JERUSALEM (JTA>—An agreement establishing a special status for the Jewish Agency in its activities in Israel was formally signed here between the Lsracl Government and the Jewish Agency in the presence of members of the Cabinet and of the Agency's executive. The ceremony took place in the chamber where the Israel Cab inot usually holds its meetings. 0RT Trains 600 in Holland For Emigration, New Jobs AMSTERDAM (JTA)—More than 600 persons attended various ORT courses in Holland last year to either prepare themselves for emigration or to retrain themselves in new occupations when they failed to find work in their old fields, the annual report of the ORT movement in Holland revealed here. The ORT offered 19 different courses during the past year. New Groups for Cooperation Formed in Bonn, Dortmund BONN (JTA) —New chapters of the Society for Christian-Jewish Cooperation have been established in the city of Bonn and in Dortmund, making a total of 18 in West Germany. Principal speaker at the Bonn charter meeting was Professor Franz Boehm, who headed the German delegation to the repara tions negotiations with Israel at The Hague and is now a deputy in the Bon Bundestag. West German President Theodor Heuss was present. 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JUST 6. 1954 +Je*i4*n*rldUar) Reveal Joan's Engagement irris; Bride-Elect Mecl Student i Al Osheroff, of %  fc Five., Miami Beach,' fngagcmcnt of their I..niisc. to Dr. Jo-1 on of Mr. and Mrs. Brooklyn, N.Y. [the bride-elect is a sophomore class of .of Miami School of (graduated from the [degree, majoring in ember of Alpha Epemedical honorary [Beta Beta, biology |y, and the Chemisety. ff was also a staff •icane, UM weekly. Ing undergraduate attended the Uni^sylvania. where she of the Debate Soem Dance Group. ect graduated from !igh School, where ni the yearbook in i of Student Council, kimial Honor Society, be International Re(ce president of the of Young Judaea. ?ms Chapter, BBG, (heart for the Bob kaptei at present a resi\*\ medicine at the "oral Gables. He redegree from New (y and graduated Jnivcrsity School of re he was a memta Epsilon. medical Harris was a memiicean Society, Biollety and the German [extern at Topeka i Topeka. Kan., and [•in hip at Queen's I, New York Citj B I R T H S Births in the Greater Miami area during the past week include the following: Bcnita Joy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green, 11 Malaga avc. Karen Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Murray Kaufman. 3590 SW 9th ter. —0— Gary Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Goldstein, 3368 SW 12th Charlcne Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Necdelman, 3650 NW 15th st. Goodwill Group Plans Welfare Card Party Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a card and games party as part of its welfare work during the summer on Tuesday, August 10. 1 p.m.. at 2463 SW 8th st according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Ben Johnson. ; chairman. Hostesses at the affair will be I the Meadames Jack Shapiro, president of the group, and Helen Dubin. Roth is Speaker Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dili id will hold a general meeting on Tuesday evening, August 10. 8:30 p.m.. at the St. Moritz Hotel Councilman Burnett Roth will be guest speaker. Theater Party Due Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, have planned a the atre party at the Carib Theatre lor the week of August 15 through 21. as on* of its fund raising affairTicket chairman is Mrs. David Brown. ?* %  — gel fiancee Jerry Langel. 917 announce the enlot Mrs. KuI)in Sees Family Here; May Not Leave for North Milton Rubin and wife, Helen, of Scarsdale. New York, Westchester County, spent their recent vacation with Mr. Rubin's mother. Mrs. Frances N. Rubin, at the Shore Club Hotel. Miami Beach. Rubin is president of the Metropolitan Mirror Co.. whose 40.000square foot all glass factory has just opened in Mount Vernon. N.Y. I He is also vice president of the i National Mirror Manufacturing Asj socialion Prior to their vacation here. Mrs. | Rubin entertained her grandchil-i dren. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I.asdon, also .,( N Y, Having had her sister and broih er-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Goodman, j Springiield, Mass, and nieces Na' talie and Juding Cohen, of Chicago. on previous visits here during the winter. Mrs. Rubin has already seen most of her family and may not go North this year for her tra ditional summer away from Miami Beach. Mill LMfCl York and aecently service with the been set for the TEACHER Iriton* voict. perfect [director, well versed Br.ih. trained teacher, position. Conurvi |nces. %  Write: Rabbi %  mi It. CANTOR fine speaker, trained musician, able to 'ienced Hebrew, Sonftructor, withes to out ion. Best referBoa 2973. Miami It. TEACHERS |ERY and (GARTEN IIF DAY SESSION US JEWISH CENTER. START SEPTEMBER. MEN, 9-12 NOON, •700. Simchah Campers To Hold Pageant As one of the closing events of the camp season, children of Camp Simchah will participate Friday in a pageant showing the life and progress of Jews in America for the past 300 years. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. whose topic will be "Jewish Life in an AmericanJewish Camp." Script for the pageant consists of Israeli dancing, singing and narration and was written by Mrs. Marjorie Ent. Dance sequences are by Mrs. Shushannah Spector. Both are directors of the camp. As part of the program of Camp Simchah. the children have also been active in planting trees in Israel in memory of Dr. Theodor Herri, as well as observing the "Nine Days of Ab" by abstaining from eating meats during this period. Other two directors of Camp Simchah are Mrs. Gertrude Fallick and Malcolm P. Furman. Laurence Edward, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, 2964 SW 21st st. %  o Arlene Kay. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Gcrstein. 3482 SW 27th st. Joseph Franklin. II. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greene, 1210 SW 3rd ave. —o— Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kravnick. 3531 SW 11th st. Michael Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shindelman. 13050 NW 17th ct. —o— Andrew Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rubin. 1401 West 21st st. Phyllis IAJIM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wolfeld, 3763 SW 26th ter. Candacc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wolf son. 1060 95th .St. Amy Suzanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hany Fleming, 6390 SW 114th st. Barbara Jo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Malick. 1201 Marseilles dr. —o— David Leroy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pritikin, 1597 North Treasure dr. —o— Diane Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stiffler, 380 North Royal Poinciana blvd. Loralee Faith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Goldberger. 810 NW 19th ct. Jane Margot. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Benson, 1770 Normandy dr. Joseph Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falk, 301 SW 19th rd. Carolyn Suzanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Davis. 8946 SW 27th st. YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1281 WASHINGTON AVENUE WITH THE MEl* Of S-0 WORSHIP IN AIR-CONDmONfD COMFORT DURING THE HIGH HOLY DAYS TOM THE FIRST TIMt IN THE NEW EDIFICE OF THE AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE 7801 CARLYLE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Reservations Taken Doily • the Synagogue PHONE 86-5226 AM Anwool Membership Fee ol S18.00 Entitles Member to One Admission Ticket lor Impressive and Dignified Services HERTZ WEISS ISAAC H. EVER President **fci I .Senataf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties CATERING A Complete Sen (C No Party Too Small — No Party Too Large 775 D.ide Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-9952 If No Answer Call 84-2078 Under Rabbinical Superrmixi Mrs. Swartz Chairman Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai | B'rith Women, will hold its first member-bring a member dessert I luncheon at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday. August 11. 12 noon. Mrs. Abe SwarU is chairman. iw t lihome of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •res. US. pat. off. Miami • Miami Baach Ft Lauderdalo West Palm Boach %  Sisterhood Dance Due The Sisterhood of North Dade | Jewish Center will hold a swim j dance at the Biltmore Terrace Hoj tel on Saturday evening, August, 14, 8 p.m. _____ A RfFMSHING SUMMtR PRINK A NOURISHING f00D... MANISCHEWITZ borscht DtUCIOUS WITH IAM TAM CRACKFRS ^Sfi cwr SCHOOL o w s FOR ROYS (dietary DAY SCHOOL for BOYS and GIRLS ELEMENTARY thru HIGH-COLLEGE PREP. AM Occasions C010R or ICK A WHITE fOGRAPHY mi. •0444S EXCELLENT PRE.SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Program of Sports and Recreation for All Students LICENSEO TEACHERS Optional Religious Education Including Bar Mitxvah 3* AT NO ADDITIONAL COST 1204 VIRST AVENl'E • MIAMI BEACH • TLORIDA Information and Registration: %  OX MS. MIAMI BEACH i