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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
28Number 33
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
e Starts With Dulles
*se Says U.S. Favors
abs at Israel Expense
JGTON (JTA) Sen.
rse. Oregon Independ-
Se Senate floor this-week
administration policies
ir Bast and charge that
officials apparently are
"trade the freedom of
of Israel for Arabian .
rse told the Senate that.
Ptary of State Dulles'
Near East, the adminis-
been "trying to win the
of the Arab states at
ie of Israel "
tor made known that
?ign aid bill contains
pre pittance" for Israel.
ha l>pen assured that
il get about $40,000,000
ably less than in pre-
-but even this reduced
not been firmly speci-
^rse reminded the Senate
,'nited States and other
ries. as a result of the
rutron of Jewry, pledged
ad safety for Israel as a
of the Jewish people. He j
lat the new administra
iiied to treat Israel fairly
ed the attention of the j
the facts of the current
piled States Government
[no positive action to en-j
lunation of the Egyptian
gainst Israel-bound ship '
e Suez Canal in connec-
the British withdrawal
(Canal Zone, and does not
] it was learned from offi-
es this week.
the American author
negotiating the promised
Imerican arms to Egypt.
pressing for Egyptian
to make peace with Is-
|as learned.
of State John Foster
a press conference this
It he hoped the Anglo-
[negotiations on the Suez
develop so that Egypt-
ire disposed than it is'
.ply with a 1951 United
ilution demanding an
anti-Israel blockade.
kretary's view on this mat-
slicited at a press confer-
question put to turn by
ington correspondent for
correspondent pointed
ie United States was* a
e UN resolution and that
Vertheless Mas continued
Canal passage to ships of
and other registries
tinud en Pag* 3
'Quiet' Bill Calls for Return of
Farben Unit to Nazi Owners;
Justice Department Opposed
Wayne Morse
. ail at stake
Nasser Sees
Washington
As Mediator
LONDON (JTA)Egyptian Pre
mier Carnal Abdel Nasser, in a
press interview published here, is
reported as having expressed his
belief that the United States could
act as mediator between Israel and
the Arab states.
Col. Nasser denied, in the course
of the interview, that the evacua-
tion of the British troops from the
Suez Canal zone would result in
Egyptian aggression against Israel.
"We want peace to cope with our
vital internal problems." he de-
clared. At the same time, he em-
phasized that Egypt would wel-
come American military aid in
building stronger Egyptian armed
forces.
Western statesmen were mean-
while called upon by The Times
of London to address themselves
"without delay" to the question of
Arab-Israel relations. The editor-
ial, entitled, "Middle East Takes
Stock," said:
"For all the improvement in sta-
bility in the Middle East which the
Anglo-Egyptian agreement seems
likely to effect, it has two impor-
tant limitations. It doesn't resolve
the dynastic and national rivalries
which have long bedeviled the
Arab League. Above all, it doesU't
of itself ease Arablsrael relations."
Truce Group
Strengthened
JTA
UNITED NATIONS Since the
beginning of the year, the United
Nations Truce Supervision Organ-
ization in Palestine has bcea con-
siderably strengthened both u to
personnel and equipment. This has
been done at the behest of the
Western Powers. They asked for it
in their resolution censuring Is-
rael for the Kibya incident, a re-
quest which was an obvious sop to
their conscience as they would not
antagonize the Arabs to the extent
of calling for a peace conference
and settlement, the only way of
putting a stop to these unfortu-
nate border raids.
A recent accounting at head-
quarters here shows that the staff
of the Truce Supervision Organiza-
tion has been increased by almost
fifty percent. The latest arrivals in
Palestine have been two military
observers from New Zealand who
j have brought the total number of
these observers to forty-three now,
compared with some twenty-five
last year. Up to December. only-
Belgium. France and the United
States had assigned observers to
1 this organization, but during the
first half of this year, the govern-
ments of Sweden. Denmark, and
Canada have supplied men.
Besides these observers, whose
task is to watch the truce, to see
that there are no infringements of
the armistice agreements, and
when there are to investigate and
decide who is responsible for any
violations, the office staff has also
been augmented. Instead of fifty, it
now numbers sixty-seven. A lawyer
was dispatched from headquarters
here to aid General Burns,
the chief of staff of the Truce Su-
pervision Organization, in some of
the knotty legal problems with
which he has to deal. An informa-
tion officer was also appointed this
year and he arrived in Palestine in
the middle oJune.
The headquarters communica-
tion on the strengthening of the
organization says that it now has
sufficient staff and equipment for
thirteen radio stations instead of
the seven it was operating last
year However, up to a short time
ago. only one extra station had
been added.
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTONResearch staff
members of the Ozalid division of
the General Aniline and Film Cor-
poration have revealed that the
Justice Department has strongly
opposed a move urged by Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
to return Aniline units to their
former Nazi owners.
The Ozalid staff said that Wil
liam P. Rogers. Deputy US Attor-
ney General, made known the Jus-
tice Department s views in a let-
ter. Under the Dirksen bill now be-
fore Congress, properties seized by
the United States during World
War II from Nazis plotting against
this country would be returned to
their foreign owners. The Deputy
Attorney General contended that
such action would be a "windfall"
for Nazis who attempted to destroy
the United States. He said the Jus-
tice Department "is opposed, and
continues to be opposed, to the pro-
posed legislation.
Aniline, part of the t. B. Farben
chemical trust, was among the
properties taken over. It was estab
lished during the war crimes trials
that Farben interests exploited
slave labor.
Secretary Dulles, in Congression-
al hearings, testified that the re-
turn of General Aniline and simi-
lar properties to ex-Nazi industrial
isis would improve American re
lations with Germany.
These Washington developments
transpired against a background of
reports from Germany, which told
of recartelization and warned of
consequences of resurgent German
power.
The Wall Street Journal said
that German trade and industry
, "are returning to their traditional
I pre-war patterns of cartels and
trusts." German heavy industry is
i in the forefront of the movement
; to revive the pre-war steel and coal
I cartels of Europe. By dominating
these cartels prior to World War
II, the Germans were able to exert
decisive influence on the econom-
ies of her future victims.
The Germans regard themselves
as "being dominant among the
partners on industrial power, but
as having only a limited ability to
1 influence the group's (Schumann
| Plan Organization) policies." ac-
cording to the New York Herald-
Tribune The U.S. News and World
Report also says that the German
rartelists resent the Schumann
Plan as a roadblock to their am-
! bitions.
In 1945. the Allies adopted poli-
I cies designed to break up the car-
tels and giant monopolies. But ef-
] fective implementation was not
I achieved in many important cases.
i Now the responsibility has been
turned over to the Germans. They
I are in the process of passing phony
i legislation on the subject.
I The authoritarian and aggressive
spirit is on the march again. Post-
I war moods of defeatism and ingra-
tiation. often misinterpreted as
signs of progress toward democra-
cy, have been replaced by bluster
and arrogance Vital sections of
the German press reflect this
trend.
Freouent warnings have been
sounded by German newspapers
that, unless the Bonn Government
has its way. it will not cooperate
with the West.
The Hamburger Anzeiger de-
manded that Bonn "make it clear
to the Western powers, much more
Continued on Paaw 2
- I
Bias in Employment
Reported Widespread
NEW YORK (JTA)Racial and
religious discriminatory practices
in employment are widespread
throughout the United States, it is
asserted in a report by the Nation-
al Community Relations Advisory
Council, the coordinating body of
national and local Jewish organiz-
ations engaged in combatting anti-
Semitism and in fighting for civil
rights.
"Every study that has been un-
Are Killed in Anti-French Rioting
litical Battle Rages in Morocco
Jews- in TuHisIa
surcd Monday by the hew-
all-Moslem Tunisian
lent that there would be
Jewish discrimination in
try when it secures its
sovereignty from the
iCovernment. It wa> indi-
mbers of the Tunisian
that the Moslem leaders
rr forget that Tunisia re-
ts autonomy through the
French Premier Pierre
France, who is Jewish
i r t s reaching Jewish
[here from Tunisia nay
that the new Tunisian Premier,
Tahar ben Ammar, told Jewish
leaders that they have nothing to
fear when the country will cease
to be a French Protectorate and
will become independent. The
Premier emphasized that the
rights of all religious minorities
in Tunisia will be respected
Jewish organizations here are
meanwhile seriously worried over
the continued outbreaks in
French Morocco, in which Jews
are being murdered and their
property looted in the fight be-
tween Moslem nationalists, who
insist on the return to Morocco
of the former Sultan, Sidi Mo-
hammed ben Youssef, and -the
followers of the present French-
appointed Sultan, Sidi Moham-
med ben Moulay Arafa.
Although the Jews are not in-
volved in the political fight now
raging in Morocco, where six of
them lost their lives in the town
of Petitjean at the hands of an
Arab mob, they are in mortal
fear, according to Zacharia Shus-
ter, European director for the
AJC. who left here this week to
fly to the trouble spot.
Zacftaria Shelter
. flie* from Peris
dertaken, whether under public or
private auspices, whether of a lo-
cality or of an industry, whether
of hiring or of upgrading, has es-
tablished the existence of discrim-
ination against racial, religious and
national minorities," the report
says. It points out that the extent
and areas of discrimination vary
with local conditions.
Discrimination tends to vary di-
rectly with unemployment, the
NCRAC report stresses, but tin
relative u n e mployment levels
among minorities does not alone
necessarily mirror the extent to
which the minority is discriminat-
ed against. Complaints of discrim-
ination do not represent a reliable
index of the scope or seriousness
of the problem. To project pro-
j grams against employment dis-
crimination on the basis of these
criteria, therefore, is to approach
the problem far too narrowly, the
report suggests
The NCRAC points out that in-
dividual job seekers who encounter
employment discrimination fre-
quently fail to file complaints be-
cause of reluctance to become fur-
ther involved in what has been a
distasteful experience and because
of fear of endangering future em-
ployment.
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Return of Farben Unit Rapped
larges, shipbuilding orn;. rfttS I Jf
Kowildt Works of Kiel, recent- v wt.nt to Moscow to negotiate Otto Jom., g ^^;
.ith Kremlin .Othorittes for the ^Jfehfi. technic^
^-^-v^-v-^~v~v^
Continued from Pago 1
AP dispatch said "the mam Ger
man exports to China are iron
goods, machinery, electrical goods,
al in-
energetically than before, that the
intensity of our friendship for
them will depend on the intensity
..l their efforts to solve the Ger-
man problem." A mouthpiece of
Chancellor Adenauers party. The
Rlieinische Post, warned the Unit-
ed States, that, unless the French
become more tractable, Germany
may support the Tauroggen Policy. ..,, ,Uv.......
Tauroggen refers to the time when an(J hj^h precision and optic
the Germans, in a sudden turn-1 ..
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Work Begun on New Beth Sholom
Sanctuary; Old Unit Houses Offices
Work on the superstructure of
the new Temple Beth Sholom on
Chase ave. and 41st St., Miami
Beach, has been begun, according
to in announcement here by Ralph
Spero. president.
Sealed bids were received and
. camined by the construction com-
: Ittee, consisting of Charles Sii
vera, chairman, and James M. Al-
bert. Morris Alpert. Sidney D. An-
sin, Joseph L. Arkin. Leon J. Ell
and Morry D. Morris.
Lowest bidder, the Burk Con-
struction Company, was awarded
the contract and immediately
thereafter Morris Burk and his
associates flew to New York to con-
sult with Ammon and Whitney.
construction engineers who were
responsible tor the famous George
Washington Bridge in New York.
"The functional shell-shaped
Structure, which was designed by
Percival Goodman, well-known
synagogue architect, holds both
Structural and esthetic appeal."'
Spero said. "The handsome and pe- seats with a movable wall so that
culiarlv fitting form for the main'the over-sited lounge ares "1 300
sanctuary is a thin shell concrete seats can be Incorporated At the
quarter-dome, three inches thick west end of the lounge will be an-
al the top. which spans 100 feet, other movable wall so thai the au-
A rhythmic succession of parabolic ditorium area can be incorporated,
dormers glazed in color will pierce making a total seating capacity of
this shell at its baseline. 1.800. A separate chapel will hold
"Room framing for the remain- 100 people The interior finish will
der of the building will consist of follow the same motil ol functional
a four-inch thick concrete hipped simplicity as the exterior
plate'system much like a giant cor-1 In his announcent, Spero stated
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and each corrugation of which houses Beth Sholom. will continue
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PAGE 3
Changes U.S. Policy-Morse
lued from PaoV 1
cargoes to afltf rrooV
les was asked ,&oth'*
us considered in ifj/pru'c-
fchc current Jucz settle
retary replied that ar-
r e a ched between
[the United Kingdom, as
them, provided in gen-
lie parties reaffirm the
he Canal as an interna-
|rway. He added that he
as negotiations and dis-
veloped, the Egyptians
lore disposed than they
comply with the UN
The United States, aaid
has from time to time
in its views on this sub-
ithe week, however, the
uncut indicated that it
trcede in the Suez set-
guarantee free passage
1 to shipping bound to
irael, because "it would
opriate for this Govern-
rge the parties directly
i introduce a new matter
at this point in the
[so would undoubtedly
achievement of a final
said Assistant Secre-
te Thurston B. Morton,
Bf Secretary Dulles. Mr.
>mmunication was ad-
[Chairman Leverett Sal-
(the Senate Armed Serv-
ttee, who recently join
[bipartisan group of leg-
i urge the State Depart-
tercede in the Suet set-
the end that justice
one in connection with
irests.
Department stressed,
at "restriction on traf-
:>m Israel is one aspect
problem of Arab Is
is, an improvement of
rimary objective of the
; in the Near East"
rernment," the commu-
ned, "stands fully be-
ecunty Council resolu-
tember 1, 1951, calling
to lift restrictions on
raft k- bound to or from
is resolution remains
tc the Soviet veto of a
tlution on this subject
lebated by the Security
this year. The United
past has called upon
Aspect the 1951 resolu
rill continue to urge
rith it."
lat Egyptian assent to
a forma! prsce treaty w non-ag-
tWYMMn rPpw*, wrth Israel had been
demanded as a prerequisite for
Egypt's eligibility for American aid
met with spe*dy denial during the
week.
S l bVhcifNew- YMlTTinaMHUSfirted
from Cairo that Egyptian sources
had acknowledged that American
hopes for peace in the Middle
East had been voiced by Ambassa-
dor Jefferson B. Caffery during the
discussions, but that these had
stopped far short of setting Egyp-
tian agreement to peace as a con-
dition for aid.
Dr. Mahomoud Fawzi, the Egyp-
tian Foreign Minister, was quoted
as taking the position that the cur-
rent Egyptian-Israel armistice
agreement was sufficient guaran-
tee against a renewal of hostilities
by Egypt.
As American representatives dis-
cussed with Egypt the nature of
the proposed military aid and the
conditions under which it would be
granted, Rep. Bmanuel Cellen ask-
ed Secretary Dulles to explain why
Israel's application for U. S. mili-
tary assistance has been ignored
since 1952, while arms have been
granted to Iraq, and a similar ar-
rangement is being negotiated with
Egypt.
The New York congressman
asked a number of other questions,
pertaining principally to whether
Egypt has indicated any intention
of improving its relations with Is-
rael in connection with the Suez
settlement. He wanted to know
how we could express concern to
Spain recently about Spanish ship-
ment of arms to Egypt, when the
United States herself is preparing
to do the same thing.
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hope for the bund lies be-
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late, graphs and scientific
language in a paper just
published by Franz Ollen-
dorff, professor of electrical
engineering at Technion, Is-
rael Institute of Technology
in Haifa. There are electronic
devices which can help solve
the problem of blindness. Dr.
Ollendorff has said.
Named 'Sweetheart'
Bob Kay, disc-jockey of radio sta-
tion WMIE, was chosen this week
as "Sweetheart of Omega Delta
Psi," council sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Thursday evening, Kay was
installed as. an honorary member
for life. He was presented with
an engraved loving cup by Brona
Cohen, president.
Rohrlich Chairman
Registration for Hebrew and
Sunday Schpol at West Miami Jew-
ish Center will begin on Sunday,
August 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Fred Rohrlich has been appointed
chairman of the education commit-1
tee.
Barbara Greene
Named President
District Five Southern Regional
Council of B'nai B'rith Young
Adults has elected Barbara Greene,
of Star Chapter, to a second term
as president.
Vice president is Bob Leuthold,
of Hollywood Chapter. Secretary-
treasurer is Rhoda Granat, of Clara
Hirsh Landau Chapter.
Advisor is Lorraine Kahlenberg,
who was elected national first vice
president at the National BYA con-
vention.
The Southern Regional Council
acts as liaison between local BBYA
chapters and national officers and
functions under the auspices of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion. It is composed of representa-
tives from each of the four chap-
ters in the area -Clara Hirsh Lan-
dau, Sharet, Star and Hollywood.
A full season's program of recre-
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being planned, recipients of which
will be among others, the Leo N.
Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot
Springs, Arkansas, the American
Jewish Hospital in Denver, Color-
ado, the Children's Home in Jeru-
salem and the Henry Monsky
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COLUMN HEBE LAST WEEK, I
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Vo]ume 28
August 13. 1951 ,.,,urn. can not be 5eparal-,l : ,^ n
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LEO
MINDLIN .................................. News Editor________
Av
Germany Nine Years After Defeat
The Anti-Defamation League ol are beii
iYnai Brith. in an analj So they seek
submitted her, to representativi ailable an
of the Bonn Government, express- ratization can keep i
ed the belief that democratic milil ii
wth m West Germany still is, in total, the ADL -* id) a l.
nine years after World War II, "a ird document I
formidable task of sell re-educa- w,-t German}
tion" for the German people. ol h
-Nor is it possible for outsid II-
ers to perform such a feat, as the n declares, "come out i
occupation forces have learned,
the League reported. To hi lp "re-
store the faith of the tree world in
Germany." ii recommended a Ger-
man-sponsored and executed pi Bonn Gnverni

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oursell from th un '
.ii sh itildi
gram ol mass education, supported t ,,t. ;
hy substantial government funds, ,|,. horrible crime.'
in which democratic purposi | bj thi S
e< ncepts can penetrate the minds (
of a people who, the ADL sai !. .
still do not pardcip.ii.' fully in pub- Iu. g0VCrnn
lie affairs and whose ol
are still burdened wit
in tradition and thi H I
irus i i anti-Semitism.
The study found thai anti S
ism in Germany has gone in
I. "Germany will avoid overt
anti-Semitism for years to come,
It
achii
ih :
i thai
i I
rmans themsi
.....""" '" mv """ '"V"- wn i-u-rtiuii
.huh vtewi the controversial
into Communist act.sm '
: nation as those subversives whom we *5j
it) ..f the loyal citizen to uphold ihc c
States in t"t" and not alone to (out ih
, ., i document which, at odd moment -,.. ,
I ,, ,.. is especially true lor ,h,
mrluding m.-nibers of the courts wh<
hVkh "
, a ,mal proposition. I attempted to deln -,
lu^ion of honest persons, sincerely concerned fJi
...tie process, with Commum-i lemeaJu
I in.-ans of defending then.
, | indicated thai during these critical time.
retail boi himself guilty to th< ; rnpw
md diffusion, than exists an espei .. .,;
. er.tical judges ol political and social rnoindn ^
lobe preserved.
,
FOR THIS SIMPLE EXPOSITION I Mlb rmm
ml congratulation- I
III : all ol them suspect. II.
\ i ican ought expect i
I, e.i have arrived at I lad |
oc eoragaoua, a i
I mien t s thai are native to thi
i tau lit the rudiments ol
i feel that thi laudator) i .
extra | irpoae perhaps to lend
now amplified to rrt,
mosphere la which thi
1 i. al peril t'> one's sj..
ii ition where i.
el ffusive teehaaajoea bet on
.'.ho advance-, the l Ii
: qulri s boldness an.I unl
en, imponam '

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according to experts long on the haps, do not realize how great the mus) not fn nstituti a of th I
i-Semitism is or can
be. the -iu.!> says. Thi illusion

scene, but the receptivity to anti-
Semitism i- there if any group thai
come- to power should wan! I > ex
ploit it."
Copies of the ADL report, based
on a study made at the invitation
of the Adenauer government, were
presented today by an ADL delega- where anti-Semitism can erupt. |
tion headed by Henry Edward There are lew contact
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that In
Schultz. national chairman of the Germans and Jews, and therefore,
Anti-Defamation League, to Ai- few opportunities for clashes. Even
brecht von Kessel. charge d'affairs t)lc refugee camps, focal points
of the German Mission in Washing-1 nearly all been closed
ton. and to Geoffrey Lewis acting for troub)(1 ri,(,.nt\.. hlW,
directorofthe USJtate Depart- Thc 25,ooo jew- current!) in
ment s Office of German Affairs. W(., (.(.rm;,nv n.],rM.rl, ,,,.
The ADL delegation included munity that threatens to die out
the three-member study team within a generation, the report de
which traveled throughout West ,!.,,-,,. It quotes statistics which
Germany during March and April.' >how ,hat the average Bge is close
i.'.'. all oi its Articlrs md l'i
ip ..ho-., function it
that anti-Semitism has dl mj poatUoB), as well .,- : r that of i
erman phenomem n is helped include the Fifth Aaaendmi ni Thertm
along, lor tho-e who want to be- in ;|.;I daily act hut ol understanding. Instead I think it a|
lieve it, by the fact thai there are )lin. developn nn and again this fact, thus <- :-hms thet
no conspicuous tension areas ,_
etween (he Nazis perpei ill nut hap
pen mans who
must extend thi

with i flourish, but in
acts ol friendship and understand-
ing thai will restore the faith ol
Jews that I more live
normal lives in thai coui It
In this :
thai while thi
":.*l
mmunist's means and object i\. ind our
ition here is strengthened when I rrrr*nba
de reference to a "latent American fl
i- now lul' rid which may. according to them. ooa
ized as "i ativi While I hold that there is some danger*
of tl- l chargctheaa callers, unwitting r M
kance that possibility to the direction a*
ncluston by emphasizing the indecisica an
- rurn-ntl) revolving about suitable me'hods of
' threat and. more ideally, about (he civil
AN EXAMPLE IS IN ORDER.
posed of Jacob Alson. chairman oi
the League's Committee on Ger-
man Aflairs; Benjamin R. Epstein,
the League's national director; and
Nathan C. Belth. its public rela-
tions director. All are from New
York.
at a cost of 800 mark-, i- rarely
used, lacking a decent sized con
uon. "It ,-tand- empt) the
almost perfect symbol oi Jewish
life in German) today, and ol Get
main-Jewi>h relationships," -,i>s
the League. "The old Bge home is
The ADL representatives urged today the principal communal in
eaving
I .is ill impatienct among us as we uncover his cohorts
i. ins from the necessarily slow jixbcull
sal of ^ democratic tortn of government to deal
from an unfortunate willingness at -urn times I
i -titutiona! nghts so that his cohorts ma> bt|
even while no Fedi ral law yet gives us the right t<> do *>
Kickering o\er this seemingly faulty security pn>tra-J
that the United States continue on
the German scene and maintain its
present program in West Germany
as necessary to that nation's sue
cessful integration with western
Europe. They cited the study's
finding that most Germans, though
complaining that the occupation is
stitution in the Jewish communit)
in Germany."
The three-man stud) team in its
visits to eight major cities ol West
Germany, including Berlin, found
that "nine >, an after Hitler, the
traveler's impression i- one ,,(
shock at the
restitution program does not have
the popular support ol Ihi German
peo| Ii
Thi I., ague also recon
thai the Fi deral Indemnify
Law which u says i- not ado
it- implemi i tation mark,
lays in- improved |
and equitabli completion i f r. -n wh" h :l" 'dentally, spella the very opposite ol that Fascism
lution and indemnil
can be an important conlril Ul
not onl) t. justici n the
morale problem fai i
Germ;
Th. lj
"irksome nonetheless prefer tl ""1 ^ '.....1 UttCT devMUtion i and vu l 'nW Nazi [-d on the cross of -illegal BUkthination"
to come'' because "our pre-ence is
comforting and we act as an agent
that mitigates the distrust which
the rest of Europe has for Ger-
mans."
Similarly, the report note- thai weeks
gree of economic activit) and the
feverish effort- at rebuilding Bui
it i- the third, and d<
sion which real
This comes after some days oi

German liberals, fearing the re-
establishment of a national G< i
many army take hope in the plan
for a European Defense Commu-
nity in which German troops
would be associated with the de-
fensive armies of other Eun
powers, as a means of eliminating
the aggressive tradition of German If '^.h V,"",0'1' feverishJ *
militarism. ,n,1' '"/'"Shtful. or -tric-th on-thc
I make. bo -
German- "find themselves being ed man
pushed into the world political. The' returned
arena at a rate faster than their bravely keep h
Iltica HeveInnmont f,i hnn,n ., K '
political development at home per- finds that ho h-,
mits fh-m m A., -rf.1, ..#-* ..IT. ,inas ,na! nc has returned to a
financial aid oi
I '
i n form oi
the |


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make, hut -eldom a really'con'.,
Iruction
educational i,
-rage. ?& ffi -
opposed to be endowed we seek shortcuts loan
istice capable of governing an baaaediate need
ol being undemocratic. Subsequent) himselfi
. ven more ardent spokesman for i n-tituboiull
ntl) hi- argument that this nati< ^llaiO
hi point fuses the image of his guilt ith a
and'
pport of i
fth AmendmasH is thus a lifeline In his frfedea
i- lor the community at larg> to -cparatell
in justice from honest advocate- of the saaef
"Th trat i er finds h<
dozen- of people Germans.
icans, refugees from the East lib-
erals, conservativi pp
atholics, Jews, and even an unn
constructed Nazi or two. He has
met peopi,. who i (!(.
MORE ANO MORE IT BECOMES clear to me W *
resti upon the individual citi/." hois*
indistlc technique, rather than uponai
the court* which do not find thi -Kf* ai
tience from which they. too. Miller and'
is ul justice still unsiippoii. by theQ|
| stal
'I I' r ui to rant against the Bill ol Right*
rtunlt) of dealing wmmarily w*1
the unfounded Communit rharze
Hat her it is for us to
: the moment and to come to an equalDi
"' the Fifth Amendment and its practical a*
It
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mits them to do with safety," the
. .... io uo wnn satety. the spiritual desert: the p^nlc an. ', '" lrfc""n8 l
^aiUlLS,UdL"eSlares' T".thse ^"ng from a deep Bfi2 -ni *
SttKtf V&! ^^t~iEr i'..............M";::;";:';;;:;'"-
PPen'' Conlinu.d on P, ,j
t (*m, t me that three groups all
'he avowed subversive whether admitted b!
pan associations make him snspeet and t
no unquahf,edl) identify, himself with civil hi*-"'"-
ahta judgment. Their approach to im
n.tely. vanes h.Ue. thus obscuring the *
, [J thus becozaaa our duty to shed light on these th'*'
'"' "' sharply and be)ond the poslbil5 ' "mun.st who. u chameleon basking la the pro"**
,"" institution, s^k, to luse tnem into one There P
< column will take up this matter.


LUGUST 13. 1954
rans UrgeA.P. tg _j
Admit Error on Aide
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|( ,.inm;iruler Harry T.
[the Jwftti War Vcter-'
I E i called upon the
Pre-- this wct'k to ";i'i-
|r in reporting that the
bnc of those organiza-
prc-icnted a testimon-
Cohn. resigned chief
|th>- Senate Permanent
M Sutjcommittee. at a
(inner held July 28.
tr to Robert Mcl^an.
the Associated Press.
Inted out that although
led Press carried a fol-
reporting that JWV
[having anvthing to do
Himonial. it "in no way
Sufficient retraction of
erroneous statement
pfore. completely un-
fto the membership of
fcr has done our organ-
culable harm." he said,
iht of JWVs long and
and against McCarthy.
ooposition to Senator
Commander Madison
i "we must request that
ked Press make public
of error that can be
our members.
ijn way." he continued.
[be able to erase the
ling associated with an
It makes a mockery of
litv and the democratic
[ which has unwittingly
jor deterent to effec
imunist activity in the
ts "
tr Madison expressed
lth.it the request would
with to "correct what
a grievous and very
I error."
kr veterans throughout
(recently were angered
as they spotted the
Jhlch had found its way
Ipers from coast to
Marry T. MorfisMi
Associated Press is the only effec-
tive means of setting the record
straight.
"The error has struck JWV at
its very heart, for as a guardian ;
arm of American liberty we have
always stood firm in our position
against any demagogue that posted
a threat to America's free way of
life and democratic form of Gov-
ernment." Heller said.
"As an organization bitterly op-
posed to the Godless ideology of '
Communism, we have consistently \
fought those who gave unwitting
I aid and comfort to the Kremlin
! by pursuing methods that, because
of their ignorance, become power-
ful grist to the Communist propa-
ganda mill."
The Jewish War Veterans of the
I USA is the oldest active veterans
] organization in the United States.
1 It was founded to foster the prin-
[ciples of democracy and freedom
and serves as the patriotic voice of
American Jewry.
Florida Bar to
Meet on Beach
The 1959 convention of the Flor-
ida Bar will be held March 31,
Ai.nt i eae>2 1 Miami Beach, Dar-
rej a. Davis, president! announced
tnii / i k
Davis, of Miami Reach, an-
nounced lhal the convention would
ha held earlier than Usual to allow
the convention to consider leglsla-
tion pending before the Florida
Legislature which will convene in
April.
Davis said that the Bar's hoard
of governors had designated the
Honey Plaza Motel as convention
headquarters.
Harry Zukernick. past president
of the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion, was designated by Davil M
chairman of the convention com-
mittee Simon A. Englander. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Bar Asso-
ciation. was named vice chairman
of the committee whose members
also include: '
A. Budd Cutler. Milton Feller.
Milton Grusmark. Harry A. Green-
berg, Walter C. Kovner. Gerald
Klein. Godfrey K. Newman, Wil-
son C. McGee, Arthur M. Nemzer,
Albert Saperstein, Stanley S. Stein,
Vivian Schaeffer, Nelan Sweet and
R. K. Yunes.
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WWPB, according to an announce-
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Nigh fidelity Demonstrated
An evening of entertainment
will be presented by the Mollie
Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary on
Wednesday, August 18. at 8:30
p.m.. at the Monticello Park Jew-
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Larry Kassman. of High-Fidelity
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piracy stemmed from
pt a representative of
jip. which presented a,
|hn. was introduced at
i a member of the Jew-
lerans. The scroll had
lotest connection with
tae Department Com-
liel Meal Heller, of
Veterans Department
minted out that an ad-
|tror on the part of the
rty Tuesday
pup of Hadassah will
[party on Tuesday eve
17. 8 p.m., at the Al-
[Chairman of the affair
Be Helfat. Co-chairmen
III.m Edell and Mis
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Beth David Sisterhood
Plans Card Party
Smorgasbord luncheon and card
party will be given by Beth David
Sisterhood on Wednesday, August
18. at 12 noon, according to Mrs.
Harold Berney. president.
The affair is scheduled at the
synagogue.
Mrs. Richard Herold is chair-
man Serving on the committee are
the Mesdames S. Badanes, M. Berg-
man. M. Coven, I. Kaplan. M. Ra-
binowitz and N. Spiegelman.
Builders if Immortal
Memorials fer the
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Young Adult Affair
Temple Israel Young Adult
Group held a swim dance at
the Lord Tarlton Hotel on Sunday
evening. August 8. 8 p.m.
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Monticello
Slates Drive
Monticollo Park Jewish Center
will launch a campaign Friday,
seeking S35.000 for the construe-,
tion of a new building to augment
its facilities at NE 163rd st. and
nth ave., North Miami Beach, it
has been announced by Herman li.
Novinson, president.
Co-chairmen of the building fund
drive are Jules Klion. Sol Adelman
and Norman Feinberg. A commit-
tee of more than 40 community
Itaders will aid them in planning
the campaign.
The architectural firm of R. J.
Schneider, of Hialeah. has develop-
ed the design for the modern, fire-
proof structure.
Edwin Alter is chairman of the
building committee, which has
worked diligently to make the cam-1
paign a success. Members of this ,
committee include Feinberg, Paul |
bell, Arnold Rubin, Joseph Sam-;
uels, Adelman, Klion and Eli
Ereger.
"We live in the wonderful com-
munity of North Miami Beach,
Which places particular importance
to the development of a good fam-
ily life," Novinson said, in launch-
ing the campaign. "Because of this
feeling which has been developed
in our community, families from
all over South Florida have flocked
to this area to live.
"We therefore must meet our
sponsibilities with respect to the
achii i and recreation oi our chtl-
i en, and that is the prime reason
for the proposed religious school
jilding and recreation center, the
lilding ol which will start on
August 22."
Mayor Daniel Diefenbach. com-
menting upon his invitation to at-
tend tin- rally on August 22, said
I iat "I his is a momentous occasion
in the life of the community of
Lady Wrestlers Here
Lady wrestlers will headline pro-
: Oter Al Ritchie's mat program
Friday night at Miami's Bay front
Park Auditorium, when Mary Jane
Mull, 'if Toledo, tangles with Ida
.is Martinet, Of Mexico City, in
; two out of three falls contest with
I one hour time limit.
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deseed by R. I Schneider, architect. Groundb,^ ^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ CQpsat of (ouj classroomj ^
22, at 2 p.m. Building contract has been
doors. Rabbis study, library, kitchen and me y ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ mrTy K|pjn ^ ^^ ^
North Miami Beach. I shaU be hon Ofth- ^ "J^ lUp Katner. Ben nnkeMeta. Df ob K.U. Aaron W...
Members ol m< i n-rkow deceased. J. Berman. de-
who will be specially honored **?- *" ^ ^ Au.
:.i
The building food committee has who will In ^"l '". Kahan- ceased, Bon Genshaft. David Au-
established a series of Living Me- clude A,ron Segel Joseph K an ^^ ^ g^
mortals, enabling donor- to per- w 1^1, Wallace j4c0bP.it! Sam ^_----------_-----------------------
mortals, enabling donor- to per
petuate the name of B departed
family member, a friend, or the
donor himself Memorial- range
from $500 to $2,500. A tablet in
scribed according to the wishes "I
each contributor will mark I part
of the building which may be dedi-
cated.
Persons contributing $100 to
$500 will have their name In*
on a special donors' plaque Con
tributions oi $25 to $loo will ap
pear on contributors' plaques No
vinson explained
Groundbreaking ceremonies will
take place on Sunday, Vugusl 22,
at 2 p.m.
George J. Talianoff, formi 1
cial Assistant Attornej General "i
the stale oi Florida, vice presi-
dent of Temple Emanu El and An
ti-Defamation League ol B'nai
B'nth leader, will be guesl ol hon
or al the ceremonies
Advance predictions ol pli
point to a successful termination
ir"n WeiM |(J
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"JmlstifhrkMon
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(e Life of Theodor Herzl: His
'ersonal, Triui^pfetnd Tragedy
JOSEPH NEDAVA
AJP
? s NoTK: Jrwlah <>rKHii-

rmiKhnut i* '>n , oinim'inoraft* tht- flftlfl
the puNNinf "f Theodu
>r Zionism, with a
tventn which comnx
h.- Jotaf Ili-nl Cummltta i
h Aaenry nil tht- Ainwt-
. Coanoll have m.IiwIuI.mI
fetal mMtlnga dunna the
fNuvember nnd I ><< rnVirr.
biliary, ISH Kolhiwlng In
li.Kiftlliiieiit cif u sarlafl "f
dealing with aoinp of the
Ite phafWM of Hi-rzl'* life.
. ently shared top bonora
Irnt and aajoond, pn9s win-
lS.'.lt Rnlirrt S. Mm. i
B) i".)tit-nt m|m.ii..ii .1 by
kewlah ConaTWsa.)
terzl's younger daughter.
Until 1943. but her life
lie. She was not as ag-
I'iiulitw Superficially
tiled her father in a few
the was profound and
But she often suf-
melancholia, so much
La time she was confined
iflltitution. Trude was
a jcwi-h cotton manu-
m Czechoslovakia nam-
and had a single child
^phen Theodor.
lien followed in his
steps whare his educa-
icemed. In 1931. at the
he was brought to Eng-
ine years later entered i
[He graduated from the
..aw. but did not quite
her he should make a
lie legal profession. He
This illustrious grand-
very noticable degree,
[get to know about The-
importance in history
already in his teens,
licised his name to Nor-
was almost a closed
until he visited Pales-
[serving in the British
the second World
extent to which Steph-
[was aware of the trag-
j family will apparently
Or. Tfceoetor Hani
. tragic circle closes'
never be known. He was a capable
young man and for the most part,
he led a quiet lite of his own. Only
occasionally did Professor Selig
Brodetzky. wno was his mentor,
discuss Zionist problems with him.
Stephen ultimately planned to set-
tle in the Land of Israel.
But this plan never materialized.
In 1946. he came to the United
States on official business for the
British Army. In November of that
year, in Washington, he committed
suicide by jumping off a bridge.
The reports of his death contained
no indication of a motive for his
act
However, his aunt in London
his father's sisterput forward a
I quits reasonable explanation when
I dlsfusssd the tragedy with her. A
day or two before his death, Steph-
en had received a letter from jiis
mother's maid in Vienna, describ-
ing the last days of his parents.
They had been seized by the Nazis
in 1943 and interned in the There-
sianstadt concentration camp. They
did not survive long. Stephen's
father died of pneumonia and
Trude passed away barely three
! months later. The maid had been
sending food parcels weekly, until
. she was told by the Nazis that there
, was no longer any purpose to this
1 practice.
Until he received this letter
I Stephen had believed that he
would one.nday find his parents
alive. In 194^, he had received spe-
cial leave from the British Army to
visit Frankfurt with a view to trac-
ing his famrfy. But while such ef-
forts were in vain, he did not give
up hope. The finality of the maid's
repugn may #elL have driven him
to suicide. |l
Stephen ^floaore Norman was
the last direct descendant of the
House of Herzl. The tragic circle
had closed.
Israel Ambassador to the United
States; Bruce McDaniel, retiring
director of the United States oper-
ating mission in Israel; and Mayor
Robert F. Wagner, of New York
City.
Commentating on the fashion
show of garments made at the
Alice Seligsburg School of Design
in Israel will be Jinx Falkenbui?
and her husband, Tex McCrary.
The school of design is an integral
part of the vocational education
program in Israel sponsored l>y
Hadassah.
An organization of Amcric D
Jewish women, founded 42 years
ago for the purpose of providing
medical assistance to what v. as
then the Jewish community of Pal-
estine, Hadassah has in the inter-
vening years abroadened its hori-
zons and constitutes today a fJj -
namic force in both Israel and the
United States.
Today, in tne young republic 1
Israel, Hadassah maintains on a
non-sectarian basis seven hospi-
tals, scores of community health
and maternity care stations, an ex-
tensive program of vocational edu-
cation for young adults.
Singer Named to
Beach Planning Board
Miami Beach City Councilman
Harold Turk this week announced
his appointment of Harry Singer to
the City of Miami Beach planning
board.
Singer, vice president and sales
manager of J. A. Cantor Associates,
Inc., has been active in real estate
and investment circles in Miami
Beach since coming to Florida in
1947. He has been with the Cantor
firm since 1950.
A member of the Elks Club and
Zionist Organization of America.
Singer resides with his wife, Paula,
and two children, Amy and Carol,
at 355 19th st Miami Beach.
Miami Hadassah to
Be Represented at
National Meet
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president
of the Florida Region of Hadassah,
women's Zionist Organization of
America, and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sa-
krais. Greater Miami chapter presi-
dent, are planning to attend the na-
tional board meeting of Hadassah
preceding the 40th annual na-
tional convention, which will be
held at the-Waldorf Astoria in New
York City from August 22 through
25.
Outstanding personalities who
are scheduled to address the con-
vention are Senator A. S. Monron-
ey, of Oklahoma, who will analyze
United States foreign policy in the
Middle East; Hon. Abba S. Eban.
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PAGE 8
Carol Ruth Goidstone-to[Become Bndcoi
Marvin Frankel in Los Angeles Ceremonj
Carol Ruth Goldstone and Mar-
vin Sanford Frankel will be mar-
ried at Temple Beth El, Los
Angeles. Cal., on Sunday, August
15, Rabbi Jacob M. Ott will offici-
ate.
Bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Goldstone.
Los Angeles. Mr. Frankels par-
ents are the Mayer H. Frankels.
6865 Bay dr., Normandy Isle, Mi-
ami Beach.
To be given away by her father.
Miss Goldstone will be attired in a
white nylon tulle gown with bouf-
fant skirt and surplice bodice.
Florentine lace will be fashioned
into a long-sleeved jacket with
Peter Pan collar trimmed by seed
pearls.
Her Florentine lace Juliet cap
will crown an illusion veil. White
orchids and liliesof-the valley will
cover the bride's Prayer Book
Announced as matron of honor
is Mrs. Edward Cole, the bride's
sister, who will be attired in a
princess style pink silk organza
gown. She will carry a cascade of
pink delight roses,
Miss Dolores Martin and Mrs.
\\ ( -ley Bilson. bridesmaids, have
chosen pink silk organza gowns al-
so and will carry a bouquet sim-
ilar to Mrs. Cole's.
Flower girls ari' Barbara Weincr
and Jana Greenberg. Bruce L.
Greenberg will act as best man.
Ushers are Edward Cole and Arn-
old Dobrin.
The bride elect's mother has
chosen a toast colored silk organza
gown trimmed with brown velvet,
Powder blue tissue taffeta with
champagne lace inserts will fash
ion the gown ol the groom's moth
er.
Miss Goldstone attended the Uni-
versity hi California at Berkeley,
where she belonged to Sigma Del-
ta Tau sorority, Mr. Frankel grad-
uated from Lear School here and
i- now ;i student at the University
Miss Carol R. Coldsfont
... to wed Mr. Frankel
' of Miami Law S is ;i member of Gamma Theta i p
silon fraternity.
A dinner reci ption ill follow al
Temple Beth HI Out-of-town
-ur-'- will Include Mr and Mi-
ll. Winkelman, the bi
aunt and uncle, oi i Icveland, (I
Mr and Ml Will:.on Sin,
the groom's aunl and uncli
New York City; and Mi Evan M
i Frankel. also Ihe gi le, of
New York
The couple "ill I.
, t\v i k- < 'oi nil.Kin it 'I then
spend two additional week* in New
. .ii k t it.\ i ii< y will i in Mi
mi Beach
High School Friends Anliane's Betrolluil
Plan Kail Ceremonv Told l>\ I
High school friends in Newark.
N J., Miss Ann Sala and Robert I)
Sulzberg are now planning a fall
wedding.
The bride elect ^
is the daughter
ol Mrs. Gertrude
Sala, 4001 Prairie
a v e., M i a m i
Beach, and the
late Thomas Sala.
She is a Univer-
sity Ol Miami
student and a
member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi
sorority and Kap-
pa Delta Pi. edu-
cation honor society.
Mr, Sulzberg attends Rutgers
I niversity and belongs to Alpha
Phi Omega fraternity. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sol/
berg, Newark. N.J.
The couple will live in Miami ;
after their marriage.
j'pkins
The engagement ol their daugh-
ter, Adriane Joyce to Richard
Howard Coan i- announced bj Mr
and Mrs d irge Lipkin 771 SW
llth ~t Miami
Mr. Coan is the son ol l>
Mrs Bernard Ii Coan Brooklinc,
Mass
A Miami Senior II ..Ii School
graduate, Miss Lipkin atl
Universit} ol Miami and
M'ns Sola
Kneaplers Honored;
Move to Gables
An interesting evening took
place at Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center on Wednesday. July
28 Honored guests were Mr. and
Mrs. William Kneapler. who have
recently bought a new home and
will now live in Coral Gables.
The Kneaplers are charter mem-
bers of the organisation, Mr.
Kneapler having been its first pres-
ident.
Entertainment was provided by
members and a 10-year-old dancer.
Rose Mary, who did several ballet
numbers. The evening was high-
lighted by presentation to the
Kneaplers of a plaque with an in-
scription making them life mem
bens of the Center. Also given was
a sterling silver wine cup. inscrib-
ed. Guest speaker was Rabbi B.
Heiloern. of Olean. New York. Re
freshments were served by officers
of the Sisterhood.
Mrs Kneapler was also guest at
a luncheon, card party and swim
on Tuesday. August 3. held at Mi-
ami Airways Hotel in Miami
Springs, given in her honor by the
Center Sisterhood.
Misi ktritnt lipkin
in June from Pramingham Teach
er.s College, Pramingham, Mass
The bride elect will teach in the
Dedham. Mass elemental-) school
system,
Mr. Coan is a graduate oi Boston
University. He and his fiancee have
not yet set date [or their wed
ding.
Mayor Celebrates
Miami Mayor and Mrs \Ih
Aronoviti celebrated their eighth
wedding anniverswj Tueada) ,i
Osceolu i.;ike inn. Hendersonvilie
N.C. where the, ,r .,,,.., .
three-week nation .,, ,
were Mr. and Mrs Leslie Quigj
and part v.
Joanne Hablow Gets
Ring from Kiancc
On 20th Birthdav
Dan I
r ring on
The coaple '
ii i,t i wedding
Se bndeolccl b the d-ugWe.
f Mr and Mrs I '"
m sw lmh
rl Miami senior High School
where she was presldenl ol Ph
, ,., social club member
oTcirls-Chorus. Mixed Chorus
Se Time ,-":l11 "nd
'" '"""'"I'm ,-.
M,,. Hablow attended the im
... ol Mi ouri (oinit Phi
i Sigma social wrorlt) the
Lniversit) Chorus and Junior Ian
hellenic
Tral to Ihe Lnivet
she was
,, | her sororit) and pled
Kenet. MjnJTfl
Hoiu-v.no,,,, j,/
Mr ">d Mr. p, "'
J**a. .mn,,urT2!
Mr
to

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Mill Joanne Hablon
Mr I
radu
High
School He was a memh
I
lull and baseball t<

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Florida and i M v I
men I
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.l(;tll l'xi\W Is In lie
Introduced Sunday
\l WVpinan Parly
S V, ,
weddn
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Ml- :
i Mr Weprnan i-
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Michigan when
Alt ami .Hi degn i
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Mm. htry Kay
s Wed Here; to
an* Mi Mr "**.!
SW IHh ave .*
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next yw ,-,, ,,, ,.
ida, Where sh, \ !^
New York h, (,, *
A graduate o, v,,,
at the t niversity of
culizing in -p, ,'Ch ,.
is a past president mS
dat.on and ...mh,r JS
Tau. social ,
Mr Mint/ i. owner awi
of Little Wolf) Rp
ixiicte-,. ,, ,,,;-
The wedding wiilta^J
day. August i.y 5 ""j
Martinique Mote! Mm,?
I A cocktail |Mrh .m^j
SaHirdav night at ,_*
home Oi Mr and 5tn
binowitz, ho.t and ko,
Mr. and Mr-
K;.\
Live in New Orleans
.In 1 \ 31 w,.s the uedding date for
er Judith Newman and
I. ncj were married in a
m.in> .ii Ihe home of Rabbi
toP (oral Gables Jewish
iritual leader.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.!
Mi- Murray Newman. 4240
Miami where a recep-
tion !
net fashioned the
liridi lh gown with
fingertip length
wed ling land which Mr
il 11 I n Ihe bride's finger
in his grandmother.
r was Mildred Ja-
1 \. a man s^trr of* the
i Linda Moilgfl were
/. || ni Houston. w best
idi d Arnold New
the bride, Harry
; Solonun and David
Miami
n <>f Mrs Kath-
eei K New Oi leant, is a gradu-
ti I niversity and a
f Phi 1 psilofl Pi frater-
rut) I i.ited with Radio
n WTIX in New Orleans.
K.i> attended the Univer-
I ollowing their wed-
h I i nda. the cou
in New Orleans.
the bride, wi
Ken*,
-i\t a
Wi
Mill S fir it law
the wedding party attkil
nu-dut< l> after the
A reception and a
low
The couple will -prodll
their hone> moon in I
return to Miami Beadkj
Mint/ will attend darj
Tau national conn
Monte Carlo
Nursery Schools Registration
! r the three nun-1 In charg- o, mlon
-O JTT"
chiM.ls ol the Greater Miami Maurice GrossaMsVj
unity Center will J sup>n
i 11 iirmg the week begin
\u-ust 23. it was
Mi Mas Gettinger.
ii ml chairman of
i nn llmenl will bo con-
tti rough Friday of
1 .i m to \2 noon
i- will open on Sep
when over 200 children ,i
oi three and six
crved at the three
hranrhi Parents wishing to rej-1
lh ir (hildren should bring'
' s, h,,| rlosest to thrm '
Ihe hours mentioned above, j
ier raid. Too nchuols
:"',' I follows: Town
Branch. 4.'hi sw ieth ave.: Beach |
' -i'- H i) rd ; and Flagler-
Granada 50 NW mm p|.
k Died to small groups, no
ill br enraged in such acti*
lhan ten per group, the chil
its and crafts, block bufM
ms dramatic pU>, water and sand; Micas U'cisS CM
rhvthms ,nd trips Happy oheerv- October M "'
' "he s-bth and of Jew- Octob,-r 10 "*"1
form an important Miss Margaret fit*"
11'" Program, according to ri to Marcus Rs
Mr- Grttinger ( hildren in the five I Their enKagen>s-nt oi
r old age range will be' here b% her mk*l
readmeu find grade pro- Weiss. 1124 Ptwl**]
lami Beach
' enroll for morning t The bride cleft
'nl at ,ther of the three the bookkeefsef
! t' Nuioai
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are licensed by the
Boatd Transport.
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- Ho, nutritional
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JUST 13, 1954
+Je*lsHhrikHan
PAGE 9
nlyn Morris
to Gerald
igineer
( Hy M. Morris. 2645
liiimi. announce the
\f thrir daughter,
niv Frank, of Hope-
mt Mr. and Mrs. QaV-
New York City.
I is i .student at Cor-
uhere she will re-
ar's deRrce in Feb-
uple's wedding will
jfiami in March.
Ed i- a graduate of
thool. She received
at the tlniversity
year in dietetic in-
Medical College of
led She also served
If years as assistant
|ian at the college
I as dietetic teacher
Hospital, Richmond,
then resumed her
Bell University.
President of District
Young Women, past
\c Home Economics
|niversity of Miami
of the Home Eco-
Ite Women at Cor-
trved with the U.S.
br of duty included
lawa He graduated
pvcrsity of Buffalo
in electrical engi-
l*s. I.erson
led Merc
Evening. August 15.
reception to honor
Im Herson. Mrs. Her-
lauuhter, Diana.
law are Mrs. Silas
fs. Harry Rollnick.
lance of the sister-
lee has planned a
km. which will in-
|s by Cantor Albert
Ifereth Israel Band
music.
ke will include Rab-
s"n. President and
jKutun. Mrs. Adc-
jresident of the Sis-
ortnn Durst, rcpre-
kn s Club.
Patricia Reisman to
Wed Norman Sporn
The engagaaaeatt of a Mary
WMhincton College. University of
Virginia, sophomore to a student at
the Medical College of Virginia
has been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. 1 L. Reisman, 2251 SW 7th st.
Their daughter. Patricia Nina,
will wed Irving Norman Sporn. son
of the Michael Sporns of Rich-
mond, Va.
Miss Reisman is a graduate of
Miami Senior Kigli School. Mr.
Sporn graduated from the Univer-
sity of Virginia before enrolling in
medical school.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Mill Ktialyn Merr'n
neering. He is now affiliated with
the Nitrogen Division of Allied
Chemical & Dye Co. at Hopewell.
The couple will reside at Hope-
well after their marriage.
Births
Recent births in the Greater Mi-
ami area, include the following:
Robert Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Waldman, 6260 SW
58th ave., Miami.
Paul Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Kaminsky, 2635 SW 36th
ave., Miami.
Barbara Debra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Donoff, 930 10th
st., Miami Beach.
Barry Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Alfred Kut.scher. 2500 SW
25th ter.. Miami.
David Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Feldman, 820 NE 139th st.,
Miami.
Robert Barry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Finkelstein, 7945
Carlyle ave.. Miami Beach.
Gizelle Zippora Leila, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman,
1560 Meridian ave Miami Beach.
Julia Anne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Auffhammer, 6840
SW 7th St., Miami.
Linda Barbara, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Robinson, 642 SW
9th st., Miami.
Janet Lee, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Feldman. 191 SW 18th
rd., Miami.
Lawrence Shawn, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Edelblum. 2530 SW
22nd ter., Miami.
Charlene Marie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Jordan. 500 SW 24th
I id. Miami.
Marilyn Arlene, daughter of Mr.
jand Mrs. Stanley Schreiber, 228
NE 35th st Miami.
Steven Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Kram, 1567 Drexel ave.,
Miami Beach.
Melinda Ann, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Neilinger, 1545
Mcrcade ave.. Coral Gables.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Vacation arrivals at Duncraggan
Inn. Hendcrsonville. N.C., from the
Miami area include Mr. and Mrs.
Sol S. Goldstrom, 1524 Jefferson
ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus O. Saro-
kin. Island ave.. Belle Isle; Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Rubin. 1435 West ave.;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shultz. 3153
Royal Palm ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Lift, 3704 Anderson rd.. Coral
Gables; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kay,
5152 SW 6th st.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
A. Ross. 1601 South Treasure dr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Shapiro, 4235
Adams ave., and Sandra and Allen;
Louis Rabinowitz, 1931 Bay dr.;
and Donald Swartz, 6821 Indian
Creek dr.
s*? tV fr
Mrs. Milton Malakoff leaves Fri-
day for New York and Chicago on
a vacation through Labor Day. In
Chicago, she will visit her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Oliver Williams. With
Mrs. Malakoff will be her son,
Fred, who is preparing for en-
trance into Antioch College at Yel-
low Springs, O.
ft -Cr
Mr. and Mrs. Max Merkin and
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Witman, of
Tampa, are visiting Mrs. Merkin's
and Mrs. Witman's sisters. Miss
Edith Kanner and Mrs. Ben E.
Frank, of 355 SW 30th ave.. Miami.
With the Merkins are their chil-
I dren, Elise and Merice.
Ernest Fuld. of 2721 SW 20th
I st., Miami, has returned home af-
I ter spending two months in Eur-
ope.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blank an-
nounce the birth of their son. Mark
1 B. on August 3 at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital.
of State of Israel Bonds in advanc-
ing industry and agriculture.
Delegations will tour modern fac-
, tories, irrigation development -
i and farms to see firsthand ;.id rei
: dered by Israel Bonds.
CANTOR TEACHER
Well t-amed Baritone voice, pe-fect
musician, choir director, well versed
in reading the Torah, trained teacher
witlpet to change position. Conttrv* -
fcive, best references. Write: Rabtr
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RABBI CANTOR
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I Cantor, excellent musician, able to-
train choir, experienced Hebrew. Sun-
dny school instructor. wishes to
change present position. Best rctc-
ei-ce. Rabui J., Box 2973, Miami 13
Miii Patricia Uthman
Mrs. Selig Received
By Mrs. Hcn-Zvi
Mrs. Monte Selig, of 725 West
Dil.ido dr. Miami Beach, was re-
ceived by Mrs. Rachel Ben/.vi. wife
of Israel s President, in Jerusalem
Friday.
Mrs. Selig is a member of the
women's delegation of Israel Bonds
and holds the position of women's
bond chairman in Greater Miami.
The group was received at Lydda
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A U.i M. V>^-*V ^-*" Oil question are In other work drlih._
By ERWIN N. GRISWOLD
Dean of the Harvard Law Schaol
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Pernar
fi,..- (I.......i% 'lO'a h ..ii~i 11.1 -
ii.,n..I amendment been ..- much a
tuple >>f convweatlon among all i a
ritiaena The Klfth Amendmenl, al
|>anl thai elauae "i>" i> eta ''*> lllr
urivilece agalnnl aelf-lnci-lmlnatlon, la
now th.. center ..f a blttei ronlrov. r!
tmth national!) and Iwall} Staniei
Miltmlo-. C'lreutl Juaaji ol tHe Elev-
enth Judicial I'lroull of Honda at
Miami, recentl} rin-ulaled i p n ui
n addraaa mad< bj Dean Urlawold
l i,.,-,. the \i .--... huwtti. H \
ii..ii last winter The Jcwlati Klor Wllan,
in ;, final Inatallment. here |ubllah< -
thla addreaa as on< at a aerli ......
1 ,... from Him- lime in im- hope
thai it in otter readers ba. ktrround
itertalnin* to the i.....ndmenl and M
civil rtghti at lrn< i
onai4! Mliwrw
. Ibefurtb. -.,
.n- in question are In other work ... hbenti,.
Ih.\ have families to support l( a quegt^rJa
|UT)
tha
ill
as
lcgll
law
an-
"BO
Let
the mi
to cause
money; s
turned oul to be communist iron
But he mi never a membei Ol II"
3?JL
wtivf a
i
r
JAV1
4 -hi h. willing i" answer man.
u,trntoC2 Th.,-- jJJ.i'S Induced I. rel
nan vho tad lent his name 'u""wer ,ny questions at all
Zh, nd ha,l contrived '*;. "*
y; nd the causes have oo* MJ te contended that
-, ....... K r,.mnuilll-t frontv H""'. ....., ,h onvl 21
he, have waived the prtvl
m trials and in investigation*. Bui
ran it be said clearly that hi-
,(,,.,, u ahrayi immoral?
of course he may be wrong in
his imoment of these other peo
qwataa
u-l'Htlv
> -in
formally _
^ubcoBtaJJ
mure it J '**
After much internal torment: Jr^m,^BrhV'ls"kd wheOei
the witness B^cMta ...claim fJ^Vft J *?,JJ
the privilege of the Fifth Amend .. ,, we hx., realli tl i" n
ment with respect to the question '' ( h No then giv. his client >-;' '',,,,.' mo
of his past membership in he ^nm *Ufc subjecttag himsell to lege al the ea '"""';'
communist Party. Putting aside neJJ2 (pf Ja prosecution for ment, w as to be lun '
the question of his wisdom in do j, ma r nt|y ,,, ,hat ,,,., ol waiver
ing this, can there be any doubt
that the claim is legally proper''
Past membership in the Commu-
nist Partv is not a crime in itself:
but admitting such membership
mav well be a link in a chain of
proof of a criminal charge against
him. Persons have been prosecut-
ed under the Smith Act for mem
bershia in the Communist Partj
plus something else. If he sup-
plies the proof "f bis own member
ship in the Party, he does not know
what other evidence may then be
brought against him to show that
he has committed a crime. Thus,
an answer to the question will
definitely incriminate him. that is.
provide "evidence which could be
used in a prosecution against him.
Yet, remember that he thoroughly
believes that he is not guilty of
any crime: and on the facts I have
given he is not guilty of a crime.
There are other factors that in
fluence his conclusion. His own
experience is an ordeal. He does
not want his friends to be subject
ed to it. He believes in their in
nocence of any crime. If he thought
that they had committed crimes,
he would promptly tell the proper
officers of the Government. By
claiming the privilege against self
incrimination, he can refrain from
naming any of his associates. He
feels a strong sense of loyalty to
them. He feels a strong sense of
loyalty to his country, too; but
since he is convinced that neither
he nor his associates have in fact
done anything wrong, his desire
perjury, tie ma> nmi ...... ...... ,
proof of the fact of his joining and ,-(, doctrine of waivt r i i
contributing I..... n >'"- lieve. the true explanation o -
which have turned oul to be front ,,.,.,,i ol
organizations might lead a jur> to swer sucn questions as H
that he actual!) was a ,..,,,- taught comn
Havi
believe
*<>und pr,^-
"'"" He m-
'" ,h* Seasu;
"-nutnti m_
1 "" meajieil
won to cotwJL
They may be worse than he br.^dth o( |J*I
think* they are But we all have own state w-i
to a-.- judgment on auch things seat of th, ?
A man may honestly feel tha! he making inqajij
___. Lmi a* 9n r^lKawPs in ... .... -_ .^
sld'erable i-xtent such questions mittees.
ran only be resolved in a man's t accept s
own conscience. We are a society give me hm
which has long depended on and that .inlvth,;
applauded the virtues of the rug tan effettiwh
fed individualist
I da not justify the past or pres
ent enduct of anyone. I seek ml)
t., explat* He^-ause of claims of
privilege under the Fifth Amend
ment ..n.l refusal to answer ques-
tion v many members of the gen
ildir ha\e come to have fear '" n j Iod, m
iiaeuaw:
Sylvia
'Ut \t
it to them lu
And so |
started TV
incriminitwj
rit'h AneaoaaT
' allth S
long
turn. II he says, "No." to the ques
lion ol communist membership,
then in his own interest he ma)
have to undertake to stale and
explain hi- membership and activi-
ties in the various front organize
tions, The net result ma) be thai
he will have to gi\.- much evidence
which could be Died against him
in an attempt to prove that he wi
a member of the communist con-
spiracy. It would appear, there
fore, that he can propcrh claim
the privilege even though his an-
swer to the question as to Commu-
nist Party membership at an) time
would honestly and rightl) be
"No."
In both of the cases I have put.
the privilege may be claimed al
though the individual was guilt) ol
no crime. In each case, the infer
ence which would be taken hum
the claim of the privilege would in
tact be unwarranted The claim
of the privilege is surely a serious
business, hut it is equall) surely
lege ..- to questions
torts of communist activit)
tll.T
Hen
. ri..us error of judgment
academic person to claim
Bave situation where th.- privilege ol the Fifth Amend
the obvious infi :i" "' "r '" "-fuse to answer ques
fusal to answer th.- question ma> lions, but the conduct, regrettable
i completely unwarranted tl > doea not show the exist
Finally, I would like to make fce of treaawo, eaaj*a tage. or any other serious crime.
The great misfortune from all
this, I believe, is that charges are
igamst our universities and
other educational institutions, and
more ..r less believed by some aeg
mil
nation of w
I our
reference to one more pi
which is collateral to tha! ol the
Filth Amendment Suppose I wit-
ness i- summoned before an in-
vestigating commute. He
not claim a privilege against self
incrimination and talks tree!) menu of our psjQf**. Am tttHt
about himself, insweruu all quei -"' ,i?ink .". '""' ar* "
t.on. about his own activit) He > ha!^d- .T_" m> lVwen,
take- the position, however, that ''''h J" a faculty member at
he will not answer questions IDOUt *V* "ven
others Or suppose i person first
afiSMhB
III
to protect them from having to not the equivalent of an admission
experience his own predicament
seems to him to have prevailing
weight in the actual circumstances
He claims the privilege. Then-
can be no doubt. 1 believe, that
his claim of privilege is legall)
justified. Yet. on the facts I have
assumed he is not guilty of any
crime. Of course his claim ..I
privilege as to his membership in
the Communist Party means that
he must also claim the privilege
as to all other questions which
relate in any way to what he did.
or to his associates in the activity.
For if he answers any of those
questions, it will clearly connote
his own communist activity.
There is one small point which
might be brought in here. It is
sometimes said that the privilege
may only be rightly claimed if the
answer to the incriminating ques-
tion would be "yes." I do not be-
lieve that is true. Our man in
Case 1 has testified that he is not
now a communist. He claims the
privilege as to a question which
asks him if he ever was a member
of the Communist Party. He i-
then asked: "When did you cease
to be a member?" He must claim I
the privilege as to this, or else
his answer will disclose that he
once was a member, as to which he
has
lege.
new
member
>
of criminal conduct
There are other reasons wh) a
person may claim the privilegl m
.1 particular case II. migh
bad advice; but I do not wanl to
press that, as i think that in man)
ol these cases the individual's
troubles an- caused m part by the
lact that he chooses I., make hi
refuses to an-wer virtually all
questions, claiming the Fifth
Amendment privilege but he later
decides to wan.- the privilege i- t"
himself However, he refusi
a nutter which he regards a
of principle to identif) othei
what should be the situation
with respect t" such per
The problem i> undeniabl) a
difficult .me s.i long as the wit
ness was claiming the pn\ ill
i i argued thai he had done
1; he '
an) run.-, the e\ idence shu .
broii
and tried OUt in court III- :
oughl) convinced that the Univer
-it> ha- acquitted itself well, and
th.it it has been of great value to
intr> during that time. It
i- .in injustice not only to the fac-
ult> members but to the country
to allow any conclusion to stand
that they are not good Americans
or that the) do not serve their
countr) well' I think that the Har-
-. hool with which I am
lei) connected, is a great
untry and to the
commonwealth, and. in essence.
i ,t conservative in-
..ir land If there are
.m\ wh.. think otherwise, let them
facts, carefully and
thoughtfully

60, 66 .1893):
It is not everv one
who can
diffen nt problems
Whether he h
at all. and if he does do so. he has {
the protection of an impartial
as committed i juriu,-. and the r.*ht to have his
tterapt
mg to explain transactions of a
suspicious character, and of-
fences charged against him. will
often confuse and embarrass him
to such a degree as to increase
rather than remove prejudices
against him. It is not cver\ one
however honest, who would'
therefore, willingly be placed on
the witness stand.
indict, formation that is sought relates to
' *'*] Wat' '-- --*
"gnize fully the power of the Sen-
id
M relevant to the ,nu'irv We I 'h'' }lt^L^etmi^a ot **
should not forget that,? ~ ?TS5 "' Hr,,n""t These are
lion f..r con.,,,, w deliberative bodies, and all points
within the past year b "/"'V usually "P"fed
Preme Oourl on the ground ,ha", ff' "^ m"n"M'rs ^ BC'
,l"'.'|l..-H..,.s,-ked.h.- WI-,,,...
are taken after debate, and
*^*
giving
valuable information for a possible
prosecution. Moreover, he may
not be sure just when he with-
drew: it was a gradual process.
And he may have legitimate fears
that an honest answer he might
give to a question relating to the
transitional period might get him
involved in a prosecution for per-,
ed Vefm,he rCCrdS' and ^ En,-
sh Vh T7 '" an,"h''' Person
She hen declined to name the Mr
son to whom she had Sven then?
Finh'A^H PrivileKP "der the-
rm h Amendment. The Sunn.ml
Cjrt held that by Kiv,nK ,h?
mony she did she had waived ,,.
Privilege, and that she wasVulitS
of contempt for refusing"to J?
ng. I., i u
more assum
"me thai the wit
' ""- positive in hls'owa
that the p.-r,on.
mind
With whom he
was associated did Z "' '"'
our -Munm .,,. wr"n {"
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13, 1954
+Jewlst>ncricftor)
JUS DIRECTORY
YNAOOCUE will
services a(
r morning scrv
with Harry $i-
i congregation.
services arc
i ally services
and 6:30 p.m.

SMOLOM will
MTvices at
Samet, director
i Region of the
Mlttee, will
turday morn
t 10:45 a.m. Can
will render
of the liturgy.
MAIL NORTH-
l Friday
l'Jp.m. Rahhi
Bslclatr and
TO Search of
Albert Glantz
musical portions of
arning serv-
> the Rabbi
t Ye, My Peo-
arlstein, Bella Ja-
Lllary Hai-
ti at Kiddush
r:
e u.
'.( *
I our
VISH CENTER
rening services
|T morning serv-
Habbi Alfred
I "A Triple
roken." John
Ir. and Mrs. Albert
.*) W^B Bs*^Brn **r
I Goldstein, and
C Mr and Mrs
1 become Bar
will follow.

$CHOOL AND
rill hold Friday
8:45 p.m. Sat
^Be are at 9
April will offi-
n the topic: "Let
Comfort." Cantor
Blant the mus-
jurgy. Misha
followed by
dos.
i will hold
at 6 p.m.
s are at 9
in the cha-
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen, 3210
SW 18th st., will become Bar Mitz-
vah. He will interpret the life and
message of Jeremiah. The Rosens
will be hosts at the Kiddush fol-
lowing.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky will officiate and discuss:
"Comfort Ye, My People." Mincha
is scheduled for 6:45 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before
sundown.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.,
with Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiat-
ing. Services will begin at 9 a.m.,
Saturday.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. Jay Burton Keys
will discuss: "The Fifth Amend-
ment." Cantor Maurice Neu will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, with the choir assisting
under the direction of Lucille
Moore.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Services will be dedi-
cated to Allen Scheinblum, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Scheinblum,
whose Bar Mitzvah is scheduled
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi
David Shapiro will officiate, with
Rev. Mordechai Mailman render-
ing the musical portions of the lit-
urgy.

ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
will hold services on Friday at 5
p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak
on the Portion of the Week. Min-
cha is at 6:45 p.m.

FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim offici-
ating. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Min-
cha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by
Maariv.
Carpenter Piano
Concertino Sunday
Dean John Bitter returns to the
podium at the Sunday evening con- j
cert of the University of Miami j
Summer Symphony Orchestra at
Miami Beach Auditorium after a
four week respite during which Iz-
ler Solomon and Dr. IMoueste Alloo
did guest stints here.
Soloist will be Esther I'ayne. pi-
anist, in a performance of the Con
certino for Piano and Orchestra
by John Aldcn Carpenter. UM
tympanist Betty Cole will also be
heard in a Concerto for Tympani
by Jaromir Weinberger.
Other works to be performed in-

**"
PAGE 11
dude Prelude to Act III from
'Lohengrin," by Wagner; Danse
Macabre, Camille Saint-Saens; Per-
petuum Mobile, Johann Strauss:
Barcarolle from "Tales of Hoff-
man," Jacques Offenbach; and se-
lections from "Naughty Marrietta,"
by Victor Herbert.
Also to be heard are Let Pre-
lude^, by Franz Liszt, and selec-
tions from Brigadoon, by Freder-
ick Loewe
Mm Payne is an American pi-
anist. She received her early train-
ing at the Chicago American Con-
servatory of Music, afterwards
completing her studies in Europe.
She has concertized extensively
throughout the United States.
Morrisette to be Honored
William L. Morrisette, Jr., East-
ern Airlines executive recently
promoted to vice president in
charge of traffic and sales, will
be honored at a testimonial lunch-
eon on Thursday, August 19, by
the Miami Beach Hotel Associa-
tion. In making the announcement,
executive president Samuel Riv-
kind stated that some 300*persons
are expected to pay tribute to Mor-
risette at the affair scheduled for
i the Sans Souci Hotel at noon. Saul
I Cohen, president of the Hotel As-
I sociation, will preside.
of Miami will
|Jac
k officiating.
Treaty Discussed
'The Secret Treaty Between
Moscow and the Arab League" will
ob H. Kap-l06 discussed by radio commenta-
tor Louis Gross on his program
Sunday, August 15, 11 a.m., over
station WMIE. Joseph Birnbaum
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
%
start!
'
L CONGREGA
Ken-ices Friday
H, guest will offi-
H>rning services,
iss will be con-
esident Louis
mcha is at 6:45
m Seif will ren-
ion of the lit-
JEWISH CEN-
ly evening scrv
[with Rabbi Mor-
in the first of
>ly Day Sabbath
fe>f his sermon is:
iterance of Rab-
ihts." Cantor Irv-
Robert Strass-
rtll conduct the
of the liturgy.
services are at
slvyn Rosen, son
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Gen. Maas to Speak
At Axlrod Luncheon
Gen. Melvin Maas will be prin
pi aker at a Miami Chamber
immerce luncheon hoi
txlrod on AugiM IT at the
iyne Terrace Hotel.
Gen M ass.
vhii heads Pi
dent Eisenhow
committee
in emp oj in Ihe |
handicapped
p ,i y tribute to |
Axlrod, former
chairman of the
Miami Chamber's
Kill (I I c : p p 6 'I
placement ci>m
mlttee here
.wired has i"'
come known na-
tinallj fi In- work m finding i"'1-
disabled persona and i- one
. f those responsible for Miami's
ad< rship in ihi- field of activity.
A former Congressman and for-
ler coinmander-in-chief <>t the
Military Order of World Wars,
Gen Maas became blind in 1951
Since then, he has devoted him
-elf to helping others who are
handicapped.
Hi- i- well known in Miami
here he ha- spoken several times
i the past few year-
Moos
Mizrachi Women
Plan Party
Mizrachi Women oi Miami Beach
v. ill raise funds for orphaned chil-!
icn in Israel a! a game! parly in |
the Blackstone Hotel on Tuesda)
mgust IT. H p m.
An affiliate ol the National \Ii/
ichi Women's Organization ol
,merica, the Miami Beach group j
as been active for the past 14 ;
ear-, helping in the support and '
lucation Oi thousands ol displac I
I children who have found reluge
i Israel.
Special villages in Israel have
established for this purpose
Mrs Samuel (irundwerg is chair
kii of the August 17 affair. Serv-
Ig on her committee are the Mes-
anies A. Silverman. Kose I.ustig.
\he Mostov, Joseph Brenner, l#na
.i iu r, Rose Babil and Ida Fried-
man.
The public is invited, according
i Mrs K-thi-r Kisen.-tem. pi.-.i
nt
Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs. Ha.old Shapiro (left, will de-
vote the major portion oi a six-week European tour to a trip
through Mrs. Shapiro's homeland. Israel, in September and
October. The Mayor end Miami Beach's First Lady will be
joined by a limited group of local residents on the good-will
tour, highlight of which will be spending the High Holy Days
with Mrs. Shapiro's family in Tel Aviv, Planning the trip
them is Georqe Beiner. manager of European travel foi Inter-
national Tours. A sabra Mayor Shapiro's w i the former
Sylvia Chinio, will be visiting her horn I the first I
since their maiiiage in June 1953 The occasion will also be
the return journey ci Mis. Esther Chinio. the Mayor's mother-
in-law. who crrived for a visit with the newlyweds eight
months ago. The lout -duled to include offic
with Israeli leaders at >n cf keys to the City
cf Miami Beach by Mayo: Shapiro. A limited number of ap-
plications are being accepted. Arrangements may be made
exclusively wiih Internationa! Tours 1638 Collins ave., 5-2133.
Hadassah Barbecue Will
Feature Films on Israel
A barbecue dinner meeting will
e held at the home ol Mr. and
Mrs Robert Robinson, 4180 Nau-
tilus dr.. Miami Beach on Wedno-
B) August 18 T p ill for mem
ers and guests of the I It Good
tan Group of Hadassah.
In chargi i i reservations i- Miss
h> Parker, 1549 Euclid avi
In. must be contacted bj August
Rev. Edward W Ullrich, seen
tar) ol the Great! r Miami chap
r -i the American Christian Pal-
tine Committee, and Mrs flinch
v ill show picture- of Israel and
resent interesting highlights ol
their recent trip to th- Near East
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PAGE 13
k- Nine
ifter Defeat
^ed from Paoe 4
ilciiutcracy is always
Germany after a lost
explains the major
,' failure of the re-
brta "f the American
Bministratim."
A I) I. observes, Ger-
prs are showing "par-
Ein with the orients-
Mctting personnel and
i, d teaching materials
iltizensbip training. It
11;, easier t . i. .tin; appropriate
bd thai of retraining
latter is a massive
ta k which can be
t>> a broadened inter-
ti\- and facilities with
the West
rjed foreign exchange
KU-rman teachers can
fatly toward breaking
c authoritarian tradi-
9n schools."
hive development in
nan] the report aaj -,
r; "i German citizens
rmr educational and
let to stimu
non in public affairs.
lir task i- so formid-
n al impact will be
LBiich civic^cadcrshi;>
Kips receive very sub
Ifnmen! aid.
American viewpoint.
lee lo private groups
Kation ol the basic
lyolunl < iation.
ie public in Germany
r! a history of vo'.un-
ii support for Men
pun-.p priming" by a
i ency can provide
le means of eventual
Independence."
Hugo Pick, Retired Hotel
Operator, Dies at 70
Hugo Pick. 70. retired Illinois
betel man, resident of Evanston.
III., and Miami Beach, and husband
of Mrs Muriel Hirsch Pick. Miami
Beach real estate dealer and hotel
owner, died August 4. Services
were held Tuesday in Chicago Mrs.
Pick is now at the Belmar Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Mr. Pick, who originally re
in Evanston. became a part time
resident of Miami Beach four yet
ago when he and Mrs Hirsch were
i married al the Beach home of his
brother, Albert.
The Pick brothers formerly were
associated With each other in the
open U n of 2ti hotels and their
I hotel supply hou.se was one ol the
best known in the country.
Besides his wife, Mr. Pick is -in
vived by a daughter, Mrs .lane
Magnus, of Winnetka, III.; two
son-. Donald, of Denver, and
Charles, Of the Great Lake. Naval
Training (enter. Ill .: his brother
and a sister, Mrs Max Brede. of
GJencoe, HI., and eight grandchil-
dren.
Mrs. Berrin Chairman
Regular meeting of the Flagler-
Qranada Women's Group will be
held Thursday evening. August 19.
at the Center building. Results of
I last month's luncheon, plans for
| the coming swim dance and "secret
I pal" reports will be discussed. Mrs,
; Ray Berrin is program chairman
Miami Convalescent Home
LEO ALLEN, Director
335 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone. 2-5437 and S-027S
Soeciallzlng in Care to the Elderly and
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nuraino Serv-
ice. Special Dieta Strictly Observed.
Private and Semi-Priv-U Rooma.
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Jfcerry Briffon
(einer Dead in
it Age of 74
iner died in Savan
: age of 74. He was
lived in Savannah for
years, having come
ark City.
was a retired plumb
Dr and a member of
| Bj nagogue.
pved by his wife, Dora,
rry W. and Oscar B.,
ldren and two broth-
|g Mitchell T. Reiner,
rwere in Savannah,
Del Mrs. Mitchell Rein-
present at the inter-
Ill Israel
[k Opening:
Sherry Britton to
Appear at Biltmore
Res 0'Maliey. Broadway star, re-
turns to the Biltmore Playhouse
Tuesday night to CO star with lot
ly Sherry Britton in the "The Lit-
tle Hot"
O'Malley created a large follow-
ing among Greater Miami theater
fans as the result of his perform-
here earlier this summer in
"O' Mistress Mine" and "Private
Lives
Miss Britton has been seen fre-
quently on such television shows
as "Danger." "Suspense." "Studio
One......Ihe Milton Berie Show."
"Sid Caesar Show." and "I've Got A
Secret." She also recently starred
opposite Gary Merrill in "The
Mask."
Her stage successes include "The
Little Foxes," "Dial M For Mur-
der," "Remains to be Seen." "Des-
ert Song" and "The Man Who
Came to Dinner."
"The Liftle Hut" is a comedy
concerning three people ship-
wrecked on a desert island. Local
favorite John Behney heads the
supporting cast.
"Affairs Of State:" featuring
Vicki Cummings and William Gib-
berson. concludes a successful run
here Sunday night. There are ma-
tinees on Saturday and Sunday.
Producer is Sam Hirsch.
Israel Hebrew Institute
K opening of its new
Carlyle ave.. Miami
Saturday, August 28th,
cording to Rabbi Isaac
Iritual leader.
[communal leaders will
pn the first services at
Bgoguc building. Rabbi
Abrin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Louis
Abrin. formerly of 1539 Pennsyl-
vania ave., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, August 15, at 2 p.m.,
on the Jewish Section of Wood-
, lawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
iver a special sermon. Joseph Naro, oficialig. Mr. Abrin
M" 'is survived by his wife, Minnie; a
!|son. William; and two daughters,
Mrs. Betty Klein and Mrs. Saul
Cohen. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
MRS. MAE S. ORCENBERG
JO, of .'-"! Ei f'oral I iahlea, who
.*". iii. .! Hal .-1
I.,.i ni
ter .mil "f B'i mi All*

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I (lables,
iii .i.
\' K ii.-1 ..I Home
r.i.i i.i I followed .n ait, Ni '
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MAX BLUM
, Alton iii
died Augual ".. -
.
Bui iii followed In Ml Nebo
1
, er a'
Em-
eat: I i In ng, i
and Harry: and
.ill of Miami.

itc to Mr. and
iker, "donors of
fiade possible the corn-
he structure."
lynagogue building will
(city of 700 and will be
air conditioned.
trends Retains
Distributorship
president of Nation-
inc is now the distri-
idweiser beer only in
la The distributorship
ISIDOR ORUTIN
7ii, of 1*5 fc vv |nth ave., |
Auguel m I- I --ii:'.ii Burvivi I
bj .ii- Ife, Row Ren a na wen
to Se ni, i ,ii. in bj Miami Rival I4<
MAX FREIFELO
13 nf 70S TStn si Miami Beach. Died
Sijml.iv A woolen I.....Is wholesale
he leaves his wife,
l,..,l,. two mum, Wilbur, m Miami
Beach, himI Beymoar, In Burbank, < al.
Iiea.-h Mi-nmrlal Chapel airajged tor
ea and burial tn New xork.
JULIUS B. KAHAN
IS, of 606" I'lne Tree dr., Miami Be i'li.
iii.ii Sunday la a Miami Beacli h""/
i,Ii.,I Mr. Kah.tn. who lived li.n- ."
veara, l survived b) nil wil.I. 1 -rlha.
;,,i -.., Btaaley. both ol Ml*
it,mil Betvlcoa. wart held la the
Riverside Miami Beach Chaoel wlili
burial in Mt. Hobo Camefary.
FANNY DAVIS MARQOLIS
B. paaaad awaj on Tuaooay, Auguat
1 having been one ol the pioneer Jewa
,,'f llr.ilila. Kuxvlvore arc three.......
Dr, joaeph atargoUa, of Miami, Hyman
iini.l.ii. nf Tampa, and Morrli M.. ot
Wa.hlnaton, D.C Ir <'btere,
Mra. Mi'-e Qreenbera-, of Orlando, lira.
Sylvia u. "in.in and Mis Besa Bf-
(teln. In.th "f Tampa, and Mra. I ella
rannen, of Port Myers. Seim. s ware
h.lil al il.inl.his Miami hiiiieiiil lli.nn
with burial In the family plot at Mi
NobO Cemetery.
ANNA~QESCMAN
M, formerly of 111". I'elina> Ivallla ave
paaaad away on Aiigtiat >. "'*'*'"
., hman i aurvlved by her buaband,
Samuel. Iteinalna were aent I" l.i"--k-
lyn for aexricea and Interment Ar-
ranaemenu were in iharae ..i Rivar-
Ma Chapel of Miami Ileaeh.
SOPHTfTKESSLER
.',, formerly of 1J5 Mlchipn av<
paa.e.1 away on Atiauat .> Mra. keaa-
Irr had been a rt-aldent "f Miami
Ileaeh for the past five year-
is aur\'lvr min: one son. St.v. n. one ilaUKhtei.
Mra Dorothy Tifford: four alatera ami
two brothers. ServUea wer.-held at
Ulv. rslde fhap.l .-f Miami Beach,
s..
Sil'l.ll -.111. tel> .
Registration Slated
Registration for the Israelite
Center Religious School will be
held on Sunday. August 15. 9 a.m.
Mi.
wK_
Intel meiit waa I
with Rabbi Mom la. Bkop ofrielatlnic.
n Mt.
Iributor of
he has relinquished.
Iv< iser since the repeal.
that the beer is now
[selling in the area.
is been prominent in
Imi's Jewish and gen-
irdes His son, Jerry,
with the Budweiser
up.
Kramer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument,.
to the memory of the late Samuel; to 12 noon, and Monday, August
16. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A faculty under the guidance of
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will be in
charge of the Sunday and Hebrew
Schools, it was announced by
Nathan Fragin and Morris Aron,
co cation.
[L. Kramer, formerly of 1539 SW
16th st., will take place Sunday,
August 15, 2 p.m., at Mount Nebo
im Beach, Fort Lauder-1 Cemetery, with Rabbi Alfred Wax-
le Greater Miami area. \ man officiating. Mr. Kramer is
pnal Brands executive ; survived by his wife. Annette;
Hall.mt me three sons, Richard P.. Sanford H.
and Morton D.; two daughters. Miss
Beverly Kramer and Mrs. Gertrude
Olens; two brothers, Irving and
Isidore; and one sister. Mrs. Dora
Godfried. all of Miami. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
I attend. ^^_^^__
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LEGAL WOTICB
Beth David Launches Final Phase
Of Construction Program, SdierSays
Beth David and their cWldi*n.
Final phase of construction for
the completion of Beth David Syna-
gogue has been inaugurated, ac-
cording to an announcement made
this week by Herbert E. Scher.
president.
contracts for air conditioning,
plastering and sound have been
let. and work starts immediately.
Scher said. Stuart Cooling Corp.
will install a Carrier air condition-
ing system of over 100-ton capa-
city. Dickson Plastering Co. has
been awarded the contract to in-
stall acoustical tile and plastering
throughout the interior of the
building.
The sound system will include
the latest high fidelity, theater
tvpe equipment.
' Included in the plan is a new
library for the use of members of
Center Camps Slate
Final Special Events
A musical production, "The
Vizard of Oz." will be one of the
special events that will serve as a
climax for the day camping season
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center this week
This production will be present-
ed by the boys and girls of Camp
Ma-Ka-Bce at the Town Branch on
Friday afternoon. Campers will
also receive their annual swimming
awards at this time.
Final weeks program at Camp
Ma Ka-Bee also included an old
fashioned barbeque picnic at Cran-
don Park and an evening social
for the senior boys and girls
groups.
Camp Sholom. at the Center's
Beach Branch, is getting ready for
a camp banquet on Friday, for
which the theme is 'Gay Nineties
Day." At Camp Kadimah. in the
Flagler-Granada Center, a carnival
was held Thursday, and a visit to
the Serpentarium is scheduled for
Friday. Swimming certifications
will also be presented on the last
day of camp.
Tamara Chapter
Plans Memorial
Theater party. Tamara Night.''
will be held by Tamara Chapter,
Mizrachi Women's Organization,
at the Biltmore Playhouse on Sun-
day evening. August 15. 8:30 p.m.
Starring are Vicki lummings
and William tiibberxm in the Sam
Hirsch production of "Affairs of
Mute."
The organization holds parties at
the Biltmore every second Sunday,
according to Mrs Alfred Stone,
president Proceeds are for the
Dina and Henry chill Memorial
Fund. The Chills were killed in ;m
auto accident last year
In charge of the "Tamara Night
series i- Mr> Louis Makovsky, with
whom reservations cm i>e made,
and Mrs. Stone.
*3W V5N\Hr,3.
Rabbi IcDh E. RackoTsky
MS Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Fiona S-3SM
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n Ko'rach. of Smith Konh. Ar
Citects, and Henry Nelson, eon-
suiting engineer, will supervise th
installations and promise comple-
tion of the work In time tor the
High Holidays .
"These installations will insure
the utmost in comfort to our eon
greg.nl> and will bring to fruition
tKe hopes and aspirations of the
members of Beth David." ScBei
explained.
Board of directors, serving as a
special building committee, have
inaugurated a series of Sunda>
morning breakfast meetings de-
signed to meet the many problems
attendant to the construetion pro-
gram. .
Serving with Scher on the com-
mittee are Sidney Lefcourt. Louis
Heiman. Bert Sher. Frank Rose.
Jacob Sher. Harry Simons. Philip
Abrams. Nathan Alexander. Sidney
Aronovitz. Harry August. Louie
Bande). Samuel Dickson, John Fell
er. Max Gettinger. Harry Cordon,
Max Handshu. Harvey Herman.
Abe Kasow. Dr Roy Mack. Harry
Markowitz.
Stanley C. Myers. Akilu PU
Sidnev Pozen. Albert Quadew, Ed-
ward Safer. Dr. Jack Seitlin, Sam
Seitlin. Daniel Serott. Mitchell Sha-
po. Joseph Siegel. S. J. SptCtor,
Charles Spingarn. Bernard A Ster-
ling, Jerome Stern. Max Swart:.
Jerome Weinkle and Julian Wein-
kle.
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Sholem Lodge Schedules
Theater Party August 19
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will
sponsor a theater night at the Bilt-
more Theater. 151 NK 40th si Mi
ami. on Thursday evening. August
19. Curtain time is 8:30 p m
Starring will be Sherry Britton.
television and motion picture act-
ress, in the Sam Hirsch production
of "The Little Hut Co Marring i
Rex O'Malley, Broadway perform-
er, who has appeared in recent
Biltmore plays here.
Sholem Lodge has as its goal
the sale of 540 Beats for the theater
night. In charge ol reservations
are Dr. M A KUinman, Olympia
building, and Ed Klein 8
buildii
Part of the proceed- .uv for the
reo nth finished n111l House on
.he Universit) ol Miami campus at
Miller id. and Dixie hwaj
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JUST 13, 1954
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PAGE 15
NOTICE
CREDITORS
TY JUDGES' COURT
OAOE COUNTY.
IOBATE NO. 30*13-A
VJAMIN, Deceased.
IHT'IKS AND Ai.r.
[N.I CLAIMS OK DK-
ft(T SAID ESTATE:
of you, are hereby
|nM mis which ypu, or
iv have aftalnst the
Ian BENJAMIN, de-
p;1.|i- County, Florida,
('utility Judgea of
|i>,l file the Hani* In
the County Court
nunty. Florida, within
KinthH from the date
11 Ion hereof. Said
Inds to contain the
[the claimant and to
presented aa afoce-
rill I"' liarreil.
\ a ins.
fclMM' IM
Ihhn Jam in
Eon of the Last Will
intent of
BENJAMIN
1 eased
K.N'KB
L'utorn
ll,i:; Miami, Ma.
LEGAL NOTICE
1 FICTITIOUS
E LAW
kp.kby UIVBN that
;' iiije to antraae In
|hi fictitious name of
MART, at 6SX6 N.W.
to r.KiHt.r Mid name
it the Circuit Court of
oi Ida,
' KROST
b.N SERVICE, INC.
)ER FICTITIOUS
1L LAW
tEREIIV GIVEN thr.t
ilehiiirifc to encase In
he In tltloiia name of
I Dm* County
register alid name
bf the Cli cult Court of
rii.i Ida.
AI.V1N C.I.KK
)ER FICTITIOUS
|ME LAW
BKKKIIY GIVEN that
deali inic to engage In
the fictitious name of
ki || '; s W. Mil Street,
[to reslater ald atuna
nf the Circuit Court
r'lartda
ill MM AN, Sole owner
fTKOr'
Ipl l .Hit
PDER FICTITIOUS
IE LAW
Ikp.ery OIVBN that
deilriiui to engage In
ftli,' fictitious name of
i I.AWN SKRVICK. at
)t. Miami lieach. VVtf-
tcglster Maid name
f the Circuit Court
Florida.
KIDNEY TKI-I.liR
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No 1710M
MI-IMKI, E. COOPER, I'laintIM
VS.
ROBERT K COOPER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RoiiKHT i: COOPER
i o itoKton state Uoapital
Mai.- raonve
Bomk.ii. Massachusetts
n,T'-"i. "''', >"'l'> notified thai a
Bill of ( oniplslnl for Divorce haa been
filed against you, and you are rc-
<|uire or Handing to the Bill of c.mplalnt
on the plaintlff'ii Attorneys, OAI.HI'T
A OOsHfiAKiAN, 240 -' :.th Htreal
Miami Beach, Florida, ami file the
HiKuial Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Cleik of the Circuit Court
on or liefoi.- the 2 !' .I. It you fall tu do so. Judgment by
default will he taken agaliiKt von for
the- relief demanded in Hi.- Hill of
Complaint.
IK>NK AND nriKKHKP at Miami,
Florida, this 21*1 day <-4 Julv, AD,
19i4.
ft B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
I lade County, norhta
By WM W. STOCKINVj
(Circuit Court SVatl Deput) (Lik
GALBVT C.OKHGiARIAN
240 Mri stt.et. Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorneys for I'lnintiff
7/23-30 8/J-13
gy^y^-'V- ^vo&WMMb NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,,r
SANS Mil'i'l AI'AHTMKNTS. at l(l
.4th Street. Miami JJeach, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade
Co ty, Florida.
T1K.MAS WHITE
,____ FRANCES WHITE
PRIEDMAN A NO SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Thomas White and
Franoes White
8/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIEHKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
II. R. BAR. at N.W. 6th Ave..
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court f
I Mde County, Florida
M M OK S BITTNER. Sole Owner
KES8LRR ft tiARS
Attorney! for Applicant
17*2 W Fiagl.-r St.
s,8-13-20-27
(OER FICTITIOUS
M E LA W
PEREBY tJIVEN that
desiring to engage In
[the fictitious name of
SCRAP METAL &
|470 N.W. 37th Court.
a. Intend to register
" Clerk of the Clr-
ide County, Florida.
fHATUis-30% owner
ill.os56** owner
:; BgistraAtl
l> .ml. Miami, Florida
IDER FICTITIOUS
kME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
OI.S. at (Ml S W. 24th
FFTa intend to register
the Clerk of the Clr-
[ 11 ide i "ounty, Florida
BERNARD KIRKl'S
[I'llll. IIAHOCAS
10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 17141J
MARY I.AN/A, Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL LANZA, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To MICHAEL LANZA
III. East heater Road
Bronx, New fork
You are hereby notified thai BID
of complaint for Divorce has boon
filed against you, and you aie hereby
required to aenra copy of your An-
to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, and file the orig-
inal Answ.i in the office of the I I. I k
of the Circuit Court, on or before the
7 day of September, ISM; otherwise,
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as .,nl.-., ,1
against you.
Hated this 4 day of August, Hot.
f: b. i.eatherman,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: I. SNEEDEN,
lieputy Clerk (seal)
GEOROR J. TALIANOFV, ESy
Attorney for Plaintiff
12(1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
s 'lt-M-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 171413
ELLEN BROOKS. Plaintiff
vs.
EDWARD I!. BRiioKS, Oefendnnt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EDWARD Ii. brooks,
Residence unknown
Tou. EDWARO BROOKS, are li-rc-
tlfied that a Bill of Complaint for
Olvorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve ,,, v
o| your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attor-
ney, BEN ESSEN, m S.yl.ol.| Rldg .
Miami, and file the original Answer
>r Pi.-iidiug in the office of the Clerk
of Oie Circuit Court on or befoie the
sth day of September, IM4). if you fall
to do so, judgment by defaolt will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complain!
IXeNE ANO ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day Of August. A.D.
r.'.M
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Da.de County. Florida
B) WM W STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleik
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
i2.i S.-vbold Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
|/S-ll-U.tI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171008
SHiRI,F:Y F\ UOLDIN. Plaintiff
vs.
IRVING OOLDI.V. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IRVING OOLDIN
c-o Put Soldla
fi"7 N SpauMtlil-
Ix.s Angeles M, Calif.
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
oi Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agahMI you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a ropy of your Answer or
Pleading -to the Rill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, W.FItEO F'
NEHBITT, 67IS Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
h-fore the 27th day of August. IIS4.
If you full to do so, Judgnieifl by de-
fault will be taken against von for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
i.ilnt.
II.is notice -hall be publish..,! once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORttllAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi......,
Florida, this 19th day of July, A.D.
lfOi.
ft It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County. Florid i
By It II. RICE, JR.
LEGAL NOTICE
(( it I',,,,,! Seal)
ALFRED h NB8BITT
6749 Collins Avenue
.Miami Penh, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/23-;!0 l/t-U
lx-put> Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engajce In
business under the ti< tftlous name of
CORAL WAY TAVERN, at 22.15 S W.
22nd Street, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of th circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
I'.W ID G. MAXWELL
TIJi:i.\l.\ ANTOINETTE
MAXWELL
KESSLER *- tiARH
Attorney* for Applicants
17St W. Flagler St.
T/SQ 8/6-13-20
IDER FICTITIOUS
kME LAW
IEREBT GIVEN that
, de-iiing to engage in
the tu tiiioiis name of
llncii BERVICB, (I
laml Avenue. Intends
I name with the Clerk
[Court of Dade County-,
.1 I.ILLL Sole Owner
|BVi IS( .N
urge's Amoco Service
10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. B33302
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAIL S (JRCEN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agaluat Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified und required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate Of PAIL S ORl'EN, deceased
late of Hade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges uf Dade
Countv. and file the same In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented us aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Sci tlon 733.16 of
the 1943 Probate Act
Dale July 27th. AD 19..4.
KI'HT MENDEL
THEODORE PERMA
As Administrators of the
Batata of
PACE S GTtUEN, Deceased.
Kl'RT WELI.ISi II
Attorney for Administrators
HI I Congress Rldg.. Miami, Fla.
8/6-13-2M :'T
SUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
AND FOR DAOE
[CHANCERY, No. 171037
Plaintiff
J:. I'efendant
[BV PUBLICATION
ler
tibridit... c.eorgias
lEREIIY RKCJI IRKD to
[of your answer to the
|lnt In the above cause
the plaintiff's attor-
the original In the Of-
Irk of the Circuit Court,
[the 23 day of August.
said Bill of Complaint
s confessjad by you
0th day of July. 1'>4.
1: LEATHERMAN,
ri k of circuit Court
lie County, Florida
WM W STOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk
I AN KAPLAN
i Plaintiff
kuilding, Miami 12. Fla.

INDER FICTITIOUS
|AME LAW
IIKKKHY OIVBN that
i. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
at 11711 N E 2nd Ave-
|aty, Florida. Intends to
name with, the Clerk of
lourt of Dad* County,
UN
pwner
Street. Miami. >"U-
N
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 5704
W. Flagler St Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
LEWIS I BROOKS
ALICE BROOKS, owners
7/10 8/6-13-20 ____.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 170907
EUGNIB OLMltL Plaintiff,
BARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
GOLDEN, husband and wife. ROSA
wright, a single woman, Nata-
lie E. FOSTER, a widow, and
LOCISE V BCAL, a widow.
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED-
INGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST
INSTRUMENT
To:
HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN
OOLDBN, husband and wife. ROSA
WRIGHT, a single woman, NATA-
I.IF: F' FOSTER, a Widow, and
LOUISE V. BCAL, a widow, and
all other persons Interested.
You are hereby notified to appear
before Judge Gratfe) Crawford, of the
above Court, in his chaml>ers at the
Dade Countv Court House. In Miami.
Florida, at" 10:00 o'clock. AM on
null daj of September, UJ4, and then
and there show cause why the instru-
ment hereinafter described should not
be re-established. The Petition,!.
Bl'GNIE OLMIS, seeks to re-estab-
lish a promissory note dated June
21. ISM. made bf HARRY OOLDBN
and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and
wife, and ROSA WRIGHT, a single
woman, to the Petitioner securing the
pavment of $15,0*0.00 in payments as
set forth In said note encumbering
the following described property in
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
The North 100 feet of lot 9 and
the West 15 feet of the North
100 feet of Lot 1. Block 12 of
LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND
COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Hook 2. at page
46 of the FMblic Records of
Dade County, Florida, together
with furniture and fixtures con-
tained therein, as per Inventory
heretofore given,
which mortgage was given to secure
the lost note sought to he re-aatabHsh-
ed, and which mortgage was record-
ed in Mortgage Book 1676 at page 22i
of the Public Records of Dade County.
Florida.
The Petition filed herein substan-
tially alleges that the original of said
note Is not In the custody or control
of the Petitioner and that said note
has been lost or in.idwi t. ntly de-
stroved. that Harry Oolden and !>-
Ivn (iolden, husband and wife. Ilo-a
Wright, a single woman, Natalie F".
F'oster, a widow, and lulse V BctU.
a widow, are or have been owners of
the real property described, and are
the only persons known to the pe-
titioner to he Interested for or against
the re-establishment of the said note.
that the copy of the note sought to
be re-established Is a substantial and
exact copy of the original instrument
DATED at Miami, Florida, this ISth
day of July, 1954.
* K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
7/23-30 8/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ABLE BUILDERS' RENTAL EQUIP-
MENT, at 5410 N.W. 14th Avenue.
Miami, F'la.. Intend to registei said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
JOSE:!'!! RABIN
ALBERT FRBEDMAN
GOLDMAN OOLDSTEIN
'.'.' r. loin Boulevard. Miami. Fla.
Attorney! for Registrant
H/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealt Ing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
El.MTA FASHIONS, at 2SS N W.
26th Street, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
TAl'IIKS. INC.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Taubcs, inc.
: IS-SS x/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL HARDWARE PAINT
CO.. at SS15-25 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Mi-
ami Shore-. Fla., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JEROME s BLONDER
MILTON FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Be/bold Bldg.
I 8-6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
AUTOMATIC CAR WASH, at Miami
Ave. at 79th St.. N.E., intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
, BENJAMIN TOPOL
JOHN TOPOL
MILDRED OSTROW
AARON M. KANNER
Attorney for Applicants
Sh..rclan.l Bldg.
7 -". CD 8/6-13
NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVPIN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PRUDENTIAL MORTGAGE
REALTY INVESTMENT CO., at 44
N E 1st Ave., intends to register
Dame With the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit dint of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID F-R1EDMAN
7/2:1-30 8/6-13 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF7N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
C & B REALTY CO.. at number 330
.Michigan Avenue In the City of Mi-
ami Iifach, Florida, Intend to register
the saiil rune wilh the I'lerk of th
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
Dated at Miami Pe.-nh, Florida, this
loth Day of July, ISM.
IIYMAN CHABNER
SOLOMON SIEGEL
7/23-30 8/6-13______________^__
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17105S
MAX MEDCEROW and OI'SBIE
MEI>GF:BoW, his wife, Plaintiffs.
vs.
ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON,
a -ingle .....an. Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON
P O. Dnx 67
Cabot, Pennsylvania
I lefendanl
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been bioiight in lh
above entitled Court by the Plaintiff*
against you for the purisise of re-
al! b) you to plaintiffs,
etc of tbe following described real
property, l> lug in Dade County, Floi .
Ida. to wit
Lots IS, 13. 14 and It and parts
of Lots 16, 17. H and 1, all in
Ph., k 1 of COLES SUBDIVI-
SION a' Modcllo, F'lorlda, lying
terly of the railroad and
westerly of U.S. highway *1:
TO;f:TI1F:R WITH all improve-
ments thereon and inventor/ as
attached: and
TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
nerve I oopy of vour Answer on tho
plaintiffs' attorney, LEO BHEINER,
304 Roper Building. Miami 32. Flor-
id.,, ,,ml file the original thereof In
the office of the clerk of the above
Court on or before the 30th day of
August, 154; otherwise the allega-
tions of said complaint will be taken
... confessed by you.
I a in l: \M> ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21st day of July. 1954.
i: it. ijcathehman.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By I. SNEEDEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy
l.Eo BHEINER
304 Roper Building, Miami, Florida
7/23-30 8/6-13___
:e by
AMENDED NOTIC
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TW
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1SS3JS
JOHN BEREY, Plaintiff.
aiocsta nUNCM BmMT.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUGUSTA KRANCF:S BERET
Residence and Address I !"">*"
You are bei.bv notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of Your Answer
or Pleading t" the Bill "f > "U''',"vl
on the plaintiff- Attorney HENRI
M CAIN. ISM West Flagler Street.
Miami, Fla.. and file the original Ans-
wer or Heading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 24th day of August. 19.H. if
ydU fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of torn-
" This notice shall be published once
each week for four consej-utlve weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl/HtlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lth day of July. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
(lerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By R M HAWKINS.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney fpr Plaintiff
2511 West Flagler Street. Miami, FU.
f/M-a* -r- */< .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 171030
IDA fiREENSPON, Pl.nniii!.
SAMUEL J. flREENSPON.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAMUEL J. OREENBI'oN
3300 West Chicago Ave.
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FRIDAY, %  r) PAGE 6 Monticello Slates Drive Monticollo Park Jewish Center will launch a campaign Friday, seeking S35.000 for the construe-, tion of a new building to augment its facilities at NE 163rd st. and nth ave., North Miami Beach, it has been announced by Herman li. Novinson, president. Co-chairmen of the building fund drive are Jules Klion. Sol Adelman and Norman Feinberg. A committee of more than 40 community Itaders will aid them in planning the campaign. The architectural firm of R. J. Schneider, of Hialeah. has developed the design for the modern, fireproof structure. Edwin Alter is chairman of the building committee, which has %  worked diligently to make the cam-1 paign a success. Members of this committee include Feinberg, Paul | bell, Arnold Rubin, Joseph Sam-; uels, Adelman, Klion and Eli Ereger. "We live in the wonderful community of North Miami Beach, Which places particular importance to the development of a good family life," Novinson said, in launching the campaign. "Because of this feeling which has been developed in our community, families from all over South Florida have flocked to this area to live. "We therefore must meet our sponsibilities with respect to the %  achii i and recreation oi our chtli %  en, and that is the prime reason for the proposed religious school jilding and recreation center, the lilding ol which will start on August 22." Mayor Daniel Diefenbach. commenting upon his invitation to attend tinrally on August 22, said I iat "I his is a momentous occasion in the life of the community of Lady Wrestlers Here Lady wrestlers will headline pro: Oter Al Ritchie's mat program Friday night at Miami's Bay front Park Auditorium, when Mary Jane Mull, 'if Toledo, tangles with Ida .is Martinet, Of Mexico City, in ; two out of three falls contest with I one hour time limit. BOTHERED WITH CHINCH BUGS? CHINCH GAS • Do It Yourself • Easy to Apply • Success Guaranteed Available at the Manufacturer CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES 243 S.W. 17th AVE. PH. 2-6446 t 1 AA ,\ j m m i -~~^^^^^^^ ,, MnnHcello Park Jewish Center of North Miami Beach. Proposed Religious School Bui.dinc .and ReasonRenter ^^ ^ ^ new b;;ildina will ak place on ^ deseed by R. I Schneider, architect. Groundb,^ ^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ CQpsat of (ouj classroomj ^ 22, at 2 p.m. Building contract has been doors. Rabbis study, library, kitchen and me y ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ mrTy K|pjn ^ ^^ ^ North Miami Beach. I shaU be hon Ofth^ "J^ lU p Katner. Ben nnkeMeta. D f ob K.U. Aaron W... Members ol m< i n-rkow deceased. J. Berman. dewho will be specially honored **?*" ^ ^ Au :.i The building food committee has who will IN ^" l •'". Kah anceased, Bon Genshaft. David Auestablished a series of Living Meclude A ,ron Segel Joseph K an ^^ ^ g^ mortals, enabling donorto perw 1^1, Wallace j4c0bP.it! Sam ^_ mortals, enabling donorto per petuate the name of B departed family member, a friend, or the donor himself Memorialrange from $500 to $2,500. A tablet in scribed according to the wishes "I each contributor will mark I part of the building which may be dedicated. Persons contributing $100 to $500 will have their name In* on a special donors' plaque Con tributions oi $25 to $loo will ap pear on contributors' plaques No vinson explained Groundbreaking ceremonies will take place on Sunday, Vugusl 22, at 2 p.m. George J. Talianoff, formi 1 cial Assistant Attornej General "i the stale oi Florida, vice president of Temple Emanu El and An ti-Defamation League ol B'nai B'nth leader, will be guesl ol hon or al the ceremonies Advance predictions ol pli point to a successful termination ir "n WeiM |(J William Katimsn. Oswi Jacob Pinsky. liorru I Ben Moskouitz urjarine NOW To* C*n Orlne All Ttie Iced "> Vea •Vant WsTIIOVT Galnlne A KlnrU Ounre. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABKTirs. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS *nr Wmrm'e** Frnnomlcal Guaranteed Xon-Fal telling On M on the table—use II for cooking •-Ox. Size Bottle.. 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,.*.,*//*"/'" SgA^ AU(jJ PAGE 12 Gen. Maas to Speak At Axlrod Luncheon Gen. Melvin Maas will be prin pi aker at a Miami Chamber immerce luncheon hoi txlrod on AugiM IT at the iyne Terrace Hotel. Gen M ass. •vhii heads Pi dent Eisenhow committee in emp oj in Ihe | handicapped p ,i y tribute to | Axlrod, former chairman of the Miami Chamber's Kill (I I c : %  p p 6 'I placement ci>m mlttee here .wired has i"' come known natinallj fi Inwork m finding i"' 1 disabled persona and ione f those responsible for Miami's ad< rship in ihifield of activity. A former Congressman and forler coinmander-in-chief <>t the Military Order of World Wars, Gen Maas became blind in 1951 Since then, he has devoted him -elf to helping others who are handicapped. Hiiwell known in Miami here he haspoken several times i the past few yearMoos Mizrachi Women Plan Party Mizrachi Women oi Miami Beach v. ill raise funds for orphaned chil-! icn in Israel a! a game! parly in | the Blackstone Hotel on Tuesda) mgust IT. H p m. An affiliate ol the National \Ii/ ichi Women's Organization ol ,merica, the Miami Beach group j as been active for the past 14 ; ear-, helping in the support and lucation Oi thousands ol displac I I children who have found reluge I Israel. Special villages in Israel have established for this purpose Mrs Samuel (irundwerg is chair KII of the August 17 affair. ServIg on her committee are the Mesanies A. Silverman. Kose I.ustig. \he Mostov, Joseph Brenner, l#na .i IU r, Rose Babil and Ida Friedman. The public is invited, according i Mrs K-thi-r Kisen.-tem. pi.-.i nt Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs. Ha.old Shapiro (left, will devote the major portion oi a six-week European tour to a trip through Mrs. Shapiro's homeland. Israel, in September and October. The Mayor end Miami Beach's First Lady will be joined by a limited group of local residents on the good-will tour, highlight of which will be spending the High Holy Days with Mrs. Shapiro's family in Tel Aviv, Planning the trip them is Georqe Beiner. manager of European travel foi International Tours. A sabra Mayor Shapiro's w i the former Sylvia Chinio, will be visiting her horn I the first I since their maiiiage in June 1953 The occasion will also be the return journey ci Mis. Esther Chinio. the Mayor's motherin-law. who crrived for a visit with the newlyweds eight months ago. The lout -duled to include offic with Israeli leaders at >n cf keys to the City cf Miami Beach by Mayo: Shapiro. A limited number of applications are being accepted. Arrangements may be made exclusively wiih Internationa! Tours 1638 Collins ave., 5-2133. Hadassah Barbecue Will Feature Films on Israel A barbecue dinner meeting will e held at the home ol Mr. and Mrs Robert Robinson, 4180 Nautilus dr.. Miami Beach on WednoB) August 18 T p ill for mem ers and guests of the I It Good tan Group of Hadassah. In chargi i i reservations iMiss •h> Parker, 1549 Euclid avi In. must be contacted bj August Rev. Edward W Ullrich, seen tar) ol the Great! r Miami chap r -i the American Christian Pal%  tine Committee, and Mrs flinch v ill show pictureof Israel and resent interesting highlights ol their recent trip to thNear East DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY ftalih 0. Hollander Complete Insurance Service 3S94 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 3 864? Bay-Bee Diaper Service C R I A r t R MIAMI'S ; R $ r An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Bob/ Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENJE PHONE 9-5593 [OPENING TUES., AUG. 17 SAM HIRSCH presents Sherry Britton and Rex O'Malley in the |Yeor's Most Talked About Corned/ "THE LITTLE HUT" Nightly (txctot Man.) 8:30 MATINEES SAT. and SUN. Box Office Open 10 10 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 7-1842 or 89-9755 •'"'• 13 I.8S I oH Mratvr •/ ftitrml II.m. U !< %  Sy"" '** ._ r.i„,i >*„tw t UII Iwmrmr* < • •f" AMERICAN SAVII MlHK lOUQlNQ 4 lON ASSOCIAOCUm 1*5 WASHINGTON AVI. MIAMI' !" (Just north of Lincoln**^


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AUGUST 13. 1954 "JmlstifhrkMon PAGE? (e Life of Theodor Herzl: His 'ersonal, Triui^pfetnd Tragedy JOSEPH NEDAVA AJP % s NoTK: Jrwlah <>rKHiirmiKhnut i* '>nr Zionism, with a tventn which comnx h.Jotaf Ili-nl Cummltta i %  h Aaenry nil thtAinwt. Coanoll have M.IIWIUI.MI fetal mMtlnga dunna the fNuvember nnd I > % %  << %  rnVirr. biliary, ISH Kolhiwlng In li.Kiftlliiieiit cif u sarlafl "f dealing with aoinp of the Ite phafWM of Hi-rzl'* life. ently shared top bonora Irnt and aajoond, pn9s winlS.'.lt Rnlirrt S. Mm. i %  B) i".)tit-nt M|M.II..II .1 by kewlah ConaTWsa.) terzl's younger daughter. Until 1943. but her life lie. She was not as agI'iiulitw Superficially tiled her father in a few the was profound and But she often sufmelancholia, so much La time she was confined iflltitution. Trude was a jcwi-h cotton manum Czechoslovakia namand had a single child ^phen Theodor. lien followed in his steps whare his educaicemed. In 1931. at the he was brought to Engine years later entered i [He graduated from the ..aw. but did not quite her he should make a lie legal profession. He This illustrious grandvery noticable degree, [get to know about Theimportance in history already in his teens, licised his name to Norwas almost a closed until he visited Pales[serving in the British the second World extent to which Steph[was aware of the tragj family will apparently Or. Tfceoetor Hani tragic circle closes' never be known. He was a capable young man and for the most part, he led a quiet lite of his own. Only occasionally did Professor Selig Brodetzky. wno was his mentor, discuss Zionist problems with him. Stephen ultimately planned to settle in the Land of Israel. But this plan never materialized. In 1946. he came to the United States on official business for the British Army. In November of that year, in Washington, he committed suicide by jumping off a bridge. The reports of his death contained no indication of a motive for his act However, his aunt in London— his father's sister—put forward a I quits reasonable explanation when I d l s f usssd the tragedy with her. A day or two before his death, Stephen had received a letter from jiis mother's maid in Vienna, describing the last days of his parents. They had been seized by the Nazis in 1943 and interned in the Theresianstadt concentration camp. They did not survive long. Stephen's father died of pneumonia and Trude passed away barely three months later. The maid had been sending food parcels weekly, until she was told by the Nazis that there was no longer any purpose to this 1 practice. Until he received this letter I Stephen had believed that he would one.nday find his parents alive. In 194^, he had received special leave from the British Army to visit Frankfurt with a view to tracing his famrfy. But while such efforts were in vain, he did not give up hope. The finality of the maid's repugn may #elL have driven him to suicide. |l Stephen ^floaore Norman was the last direct descendant of the House of Herzl. The tragic circle had closed. Israel Ambassador to the United States; Bruce McDaniel, retiring director of the United States operating mission in Israel; and Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York City. Commentating on the fashion show of garments made at the Alice Seligsburg School of Design in Israel will be Jinx Falkenbui? and her husband, Tex McCrary. The school of design is an integral part of the vocational education program in Israel sponsored l>y Hadassah. An organization of Amcric D Jewish women, founded 42 years ago for the purpose of providing medical assistance to what v. as then the Jewish community of Palestine, Hadassah has in the intervening years abroadened its horizons and constitutes today a fJj namic force in both Israel and the United States. Today, in tne young republic 1 Israel, Hadassah maintains on a non-sectarian basis seven hospitals, scores of community health and maternity care stations, an extensive program of vocational education for young adults. Singer Named to Beach Planning Board Miami Beach City Councilman Harold Turk this week announced his appointment of Harry Singer to the City of Miami Beach planning board. Singer, vice president and sales manager of J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc., has been active in real estate and investment circles in Miami Beach since coming to Florida in 1947. He has been with the Cantor firm since 1950. A member of the Elks Club and Zionist Organization of America. Singer resides with his wife, Paula, and two children, Amy and Carol, at 355 19th st„ Miami Beach. Miami Hadassah to Be Represented at National Meet Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president of the Florida Region of Hadassah, women's Zionist Organization of America, and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Greater Miami chapter president, are planning to attend the national board meeting of Hadassah preceding the 40th annual national convention, which will be held at the-Waldorf Astoria in New York City from August 22 through 25. Outstanding personalities who are scheduled to address the convention are Senator A. S. Monroney, of Oklahoma, who will analyze United States foreign policy in the Middle East; Hon. Abba S. Eban. Mrs. Samuel Z. Safcrais ROOFING AND METAL WORKS ad AVI. Ph. 4 5160 [roof repaired now; you : on a new roof later factory Work by banenced Men" %  \^-^^-\/--V•>f"*—V> LEVI (NG COMPANY bblished 1924" 3rd St. CaU 9-14J8 mer lectric Co. Contracting and rvice W. 4th St 9-2477 ill Forum "he Air" -10:30 ta 11.30 a.**. f (114* M dial) (I feafaret I ana* Direct**! ay )H SEIDEN Avt. h. 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I V •• %  %  -. PAGE 4 wjewisl' i/ii-ii"! l lf: jwHfnrrHur N. E. Sixth Streei .FRIDAY AUC During The Week ... A %  %  Si PubH.h.d every Friday alnce 1927 by the J.wl.h Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street Miarni 18. F oHd^ Entered a. second-class matter July 4.19.0 at the Office of Miami. Fla..; under the Act o' M r cn J 1874. ^de^^^icr^ioraV^r^^ n.^me. lean Association of Engliih-Jewish Newspapers. Fio.ioa Press Association. ^ OFFICE and PLANT "-•_ 2 2**^ ^^ '.,*•< IN A S U B SC R I P* l T ,. >r .. By LEO MINOLIN %  v-s One Vc.ir COLUMN HEBE LAST WEEK, I men! a."i aspect sjjf Am^k,, ,1 ih.,i ihc amendment is an mi -tllu! 1 Panof r, FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Vo]ume 28 August 13. 1951 ,„„.,„, urn. can not be 5eparal-,l : %  ,^ n tnaa ^ Nui | f„r methnt those of u w), LEO MINDLIN News Editor Av Germany Nine Years After Defeat The Anti-Defamation League ol are beii iYnai Brith. in an analj So they seek submitted her, to representativi ailable an of the Bonn Government, expressratization can keep i ed the belief that democratic milil II wth m West Germany still is, in total, the ADL -* id) a l. nine years after World War II, "a „ ir d document I formidable task of sell re-educaw,-t German} tion" for the German people. ol h -Nor is it possible for outsid IIers to perform such a feat, as the n declares, "come out i occupation forces have learned, the League reported. To hi lp "restore the faith of the tree world in Germany." ii recommended a German-sponsored and executed pi Bonn Gnverni %  I in II oursell from th %  un .II sh itildi %  gram ol mass education, supported t ,, t ; hy substantial government funds, ,|,. horrible crime.' in which democratic purposi | bj thi S e< ncepts can penetrate the minds ( of a people who, the ADL sai !. still do not pardcip.ii.' fully in pubIu g 0VC rnn lie affairs and whose ol are still burdened wit in tradition and thi H I irus i i anti-Semitism. The study found thai anti S ism in Germany has gone in I. "Germany will avoid overt anti-Semitism for years to come, %  It achii %  ih : i thai • i I rmans themsi """ '•" mv """ '"V"• wn %  i -u-rtiuii .huh vtewi the controversial into Communist act.sm : nation as those subversives whom we *5j it) ..f the loyal citizen to uphold ihc c States in t"t" and not alone to (out ih ., i document which, at odd moment -,.. „, I ,, ,.. is especially true lor ,h, mrluding m.-nibers of the courts wh< hVkh "• ,„ a ma l proposition. I attempted to deln -, lu^ion of honest persons, sincerely concerned fJi ...tie process, with Commum-i lemeaJu I in. -ans of defending then. | indicated thai during these critical time. retail boi himself guilty to th< ; rnp w md diffusion, than exists an espei .. .,;„„ er.tical judges ol political and social rnoin d „„ n ^ lobe preserved. • • • FOR THIS SIMPLE EXPOSITION I Mlb rmm ml congratulationI III : all ol them suspect. II. \ •• • i ican ought expect i I, e.i have arrived at I lad | oc eorag aoua, a i I mien t s thai are native to thi i tau lit the rudiments ol i feel that thi laudator) i extra | irpoae — perhaps to lend • %  now amplified to rrt mosphere la which thi 1 i. al peril t'> one's sj.. II ition where i. el ffusive teehaaajoea bet on .'.ho advance-, the l Ii : qulri s boldness an.I unl en, imponam %  mcnl • %  On th. i '' %  %  %  according to experts long on the haps, do not realize how great the mus) not fn nstituti a of th I • i-Semitism is or can be. the -iu.!> says. Thi illusion scene, but the receptivity to antiSemitism ithere if any group thai cometo power should wan! I > ex ploit it." Copies of the ADL report, based on a study made at the invitation of the Adenauer government, were presented today by an ADL delegawhere anti-Semitism can erupt. „|„ tion headed by Henry Edward There are lew contact %  that In Schultz. national chairman of the Germans and Jews, and therefore, Anti-Defamation League, to Aifew opportunities for clashes. Even brecht von Kessel. charge d'affairs t ) lc refugee camps, focal points of the German Mission in Washing1 nearly all been closed ton. and to Geoffrey Lewis acting for troub)(1 ,„ ri ( ,. nt \ „„.. hlW director•of t he USJtate DepartThc 25 ,ooo jewcurrent!) in ment s Office of German Affairs. W( „., ( ( rm; nv n ] r „ M rl „ ,,,„„. The ADL delegation included munity that threatens to die out the three-member study team within a generation, the report de which traveled throughout West %  !.,,-,,. It quo tes statistics which Germany during March and April. >how ha t the average Bge is close %  i.'.'. all oi its Articlrs md l'i ip ..ho-., function it that anti-Semitism has dl mj poatUoB), as well .,: r that of i erman phenomem n is helped include the Fifth Aaaendmi ni Thertm along, lor tho-e who want to bein ; |„. ;I daily act hut ol understanding. Instead I think it a| lieve it, by the fact thai there are )lin developn nn and again this fact, thus <-• : -hms thet no conspicuous tension areas ,„„_• •etween (he Nazis perpei ill nut hap pen mans who must extend thi %  with i flourish, but in acts ol friendship and understanding thai will restore the faith ol Jews that I more live normal lives in thai coui It In this : thai while thi "•:.*l mmunist's means and object i\. ind our ition here is strengthened when I rrrr*nba %  de reference to a "latent American fl inow lul' rid which may. according to them. ooa ized as "i ativi While I hold that there is some danger* of tll chargctheaa callers, unwitting r M kance that possibility to the direction a* ncluston by emphasizing the indecisica an rurn-ntl) revolving about suitable me'hods of threat and. more ideally, about (he civil AN EXAMPLE IS IN ORDER. posed of Jacob Alson. chairman oi the League's Committee on German Aflairs; Benjamin R. Epstein, the League's national director; and Nathan C. Belth. its public relations director. All are from New York. at a cost of 800 mark-, irarely used, lacking a decent sized con uon. "It ,-tandempt) the almost perfect symbol oi Jewish life in German) today, and ol Get main-Jewi>h relationships," -,i> s the League. "The old Bge home is The ADL representatives urged today the principal communal in eaving I .is ill impatienct among us as we uncover his cohorts i. ins from the necessarily slow jixbcull sal of ^ democratic tortn of government to deal from an unfortunate willingness at -urn times I i -titutiona! nghts so that his cohorts ma> bt| even while no Fedi ral law yet gives us the right t<> do *>• Kickering o\er this seemingly faulty security pn>tra-J that the United States continue on the German scene and maintain its present program in West Germany as necessary to that nation's sue cessful integration with western Europe. They cited the study's finding that most Germans, though complaining that the occupation is stitution in the Jewish communit) in Germany." The three-man stud) team in its visits to eight major cities ol West Germany, including Berlin, found that "nine >, an after Hitler, the traveler's impression ione ,,( shock at the restitution program does not have the popular support ol Ihi German peo| Ii Thi I., ague also recon thai the Fi deral Indemnify Law which u says inot ado itimplemi i tation mark, lays inimproved • | and equitabli completion i f r. -n wh h :l 'dentally, spella the very opposite ol that Fascism lution and indemnil can be an important conlril Ul not onl) t. justici n • the morale problem fai i Germ; Th. lj "irksome nonetheless prefer tl "" 1 ^ 1 UttCT devMUtion i and vu l nW Nazi [-d on the cross of -illegal BUkthination" to come'' because "our pre-ence is comforting and we act as an agent that mitigates the distrust which the rest of Europe has for Germans." Similarly, the report notethai weeks gree of economic activit) and the feverish effortat rebuilding Bui it ithe third, and d< sion which real This comes after some days oi %  German liberals, fearing the reestablishment of a national G< i many army take hope in the plan for a European Defense Community in which German troops would be associated with the defensive armies of other Eun powers, as a means of eliminating the aggressive tradition of German If '^.h V,"", 0 1 feverish J militarism. ,n, 1 '"/'"Shtful. or -tric-th on-thc I make. bo -••— German"find themselves being ed man pushed into the world political. The' returned arena at a rate faster than their bravely ,„ keep „ h Iltica HeveInnmont f,i h nn n „, %  ., K political development at home perfinds that ho h-, mits fh-m m A., -rf.1, ..#-*„ ..IT. ,inas ,na nc has returned to a financial aid oi I i n form oi „ t he | % %  %  %  • I make, hut -eldom a really'con'., %  Iruction educational i, -rage. ?£& ffi opposed to be endowed — we seek shortcuts loan istice capable of governing an baaaediate need ol being undemocratic. Subsequent) himselfi ven more ardent spokesman for i n-tituboiull • ntl) hiargument that this nati< • ^llaiO hi point fuses the image of his guilt ith a and' pport of i fth AmendmasH is thus a lifeline In his frfedea ilor the community at larg> to -cparatell in justice from honest advocateof the saaef "Th trat i er finds h< dozenof people Germans. %  icans, refugees from the East liberals, conservativi p p •. %  atholics, Jews, and even an unn constructed Nazi or two. He has met peopi,. who i (!( MORE ANO MORE IT BECOMES clear to me W *• resti upon the individual citi/." hois* indistlc technique, rather than uponai the court* which do not find thi -Kf* ai tience from which they. too. Miller and' is ul justice still unsiippoii. by theQ| • | stal 'I I' r ui to rant against the Bill ol Right* rtunlt) of dealing wmmarily w* 1 • the unfounded Communit rharze Hat her it is for us to : the moment and to come to an equalDi "' the Fifth Amendment and its practical a* It itnplet. mits them to do with safety," the .... io uo wnn satety. the spiritual desert: the p^nlc an ', '" lrfc "" n 8 l ^ a i U lL S,Ud L" e Sl ares • T ". th se ^"ng from a deep Bfi 2 -ni %  SttKtf V&£ ^^t~iEr i' M ;::; ;: ; ;;:; "PPen '' Conlinu.d on P,„ ,j t ( m t„ me that three groups all 'he avowed subversive whether admitted b! %  •• pan associations make him snspeet and t no unquahf,edl) identify, himself with civil hi*-"'"ahta judgment. Their approach to IM n.tely. vanes h.Ue. thus obscuring the [J thus becozaaa our duty to shed light on these th'*' '"' "' sharply and be)ond the poslbil5 '


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LUGUST 13. 1954 rans UrgeA.P. tg _j Admit Error on Aide vJe* isii fkridHic-nn PAGE 5 |( ,.inm;iruler Harry T. [the Jwftti War Vcter-' I E i called upon the Pre-this wct'k to ";i'i|r in reporting that the bnc of those organizaprc-icnted a testimonCohn. resigned chief |th>Senate Permanent M Sutjcommittee. at a (inner held July 28. tr to Robert Mcl^an. the Associated Press. Inted out that although led Press carried a folreporting that JWV [having anvthing to do Himonial. it "in no way Sufficient retraction of erroneous statement pfore. completely unfto the membership of fcr has done our organculable harm." he said, iht of JWVs long and and against McCarthy. ooposition to Senator Commander Madison i "we must request that ked Press make public of error that can be our members. IJN way." he continued. [be able to erase the ling associated with an It makes a mockery of litv and the democratic [ which has unwittingly %  jor deterent to effec imunist activity in the ts tr Madison expressed lth.it the request would with to "correct what a grievous and very I error." kr veterans throughout (recently were angered as they spotted the Jhlch had found its way Ipers from coast to Marry T. MorfisMi Associated Press is the only effective means of setting the record straight. "The error has struck JWV at its very heart, for as a guardian ; arm of American liberty we have always stood firm in our position against any demagogue that posted a threat to America's free way of life and democratic form of Government." Heller said. "As an organization bitterly opposed to the Godless ideology of Communism, we have consistently \ fought those who gave unwitting I aid and comfort to the Kremlin by pursuing methods that, because of their ignorance, become powerful grist to the Communist propaganda mill." The Jewish War Veterans of the I USA is the oldest active veterans ] organization in the United States. 1 It was founded to foster the prin[ciples of democracy and freedom and serves as the patriotic voice of American Jewry. Florida Bar to Meet on Beach The 1959 convention of the Florida Bar will be held March 31, Ai.nt i eae>2 1 Miami Beach, Darrej A. Davis, president! announced tnii •/ i k Davis, of Miami Reach, announced lhal the convention would ha held earlier than Usual to allow the convention to consider leglslation pending before the Florida Legislature which will convene in April. Davis said that the Bar's hoard of governors had designated the Honey Plaza Motel as convention headquarters. Harry Zukernick. past president of the Miami Beach Bar Association, was designated by Davil M chairman of the convention committee Simon A. Englander. president of the Miami Beach Bar Association. was named vice chairman of the committee whose members also include: '• A. Budd Cutler. Milton Feller. Milton Grusmark. Harry A. Greenberg, Walter C. Kovner. Gerald Klein. Godfrey K. Newman, Wilson C. McGee, Arthur M. Nemzer, Albert Saperstein, Stanley S. Stein, Vivian Schaeffer, Nelan Sweet and R. K. Yunes. SUNRAYPAKK HEALTH RESORT HO:FL-4AKU>IUM #c* em ctVALt*ctmj AN* OtHOWC tK*> laVoll n,nair REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your home are the better and more economical way DRYWOOD TERMffES ERADICATED NYLON TENT METHOD Straight 5-Y.ar Guarantee on Drywood or Subterranean Termite. TRULY NOLEN Himimm 'Shulamith' in English Raymond Smolover will be narrator in a transcribed English performance of Abraham Goldtadden's operetta, "Shulamith.'' on the Yiddish Classical Hour Sunday. August 15. 9:30 a.m., over station WWPB, according to an announcement this week by Morris Nasatir, program director. Nigh fidelity Demonstrated An evening of entertainment will be presented by the Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary on Wednesday, August 18. at 8:30 p.m.. at the Monticello Park Jewish Center. Bob Greenberg and Larry Kassman. of High-Fidelity Associates, will lecture on high fidelity and demonstrate recording equipment for classical and popular musical selections. MIAMI — 841 Biacayne Blvd. 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 piracy stemmed from pt a representative of jip. which presented a, |hn. was introduced at i a member of the Jewlerans. The scroll had lotest connection with tae Department Comliel Meal Heller, of Veterans Department minted out that an ad|tror on the part of the rty Tuesday pup of Hadassah will [party on Tuesday eve 17. 8 p.m., at the Al[Chairman of the affair Be Helfat. Co-chairmen III.m Edell and Mis i President of the Ira Krivitzin IT MY MILK" Beth David Sisterhood Plans Card Party Smorgasbord luncheon and card party will be given by Beth David Sisterhood on Wednesday, August 18. at 12 noon, according to Mrs. Harold Berney. president. The affair is scheduled at the synagogue. Mrs. Richard Herold is chairman Serving on the committee are the Mesdames S. Badanes, M. Bergman. M. Coven, I. Kaplan. M. Rabinowitz and N. Spiegelman. Builders if Immortal Memorials fer the rror> XX JVCXD Jewish Trade Young Adult Affair Temple Israel Young Adult Group held a swim dance at the Lord Tarlton Hotel on Sunday evening. August 8. 8 p.m. STATION WWPB 1450 an Tear Dial proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with The Dean of Jewish Commentators Morris Nasatir Every Sunday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. lisfea To Our Cuest Artist SIMON WOLF Noted Yiddish Actor and Playwright MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. 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JGUST 13, 1954 Jewlsli fhrkUan PAGE 13 kNine ifter Defeat ^ed from Paoe 4 •ilciiutcracy is always Germany after a lost explains the major ,' failure of the rebrta "f the American Bministratim." A I) I. observes, Gerp rs are showing "parEin with the orientsMctting personnel and %  i, d teaching materials iltizensbip training. It 11;, easier t> a broadened interti\and facilities with the West rjed foreign exchange KU-rman teachers can fatly toward breaking %  c authoritarian tradi9n schools." hive development in nan] the report aaj -, r; "i German citizens rmr educational and let to stimu non in public affairs. lir task iso formidn al impact will be LBiich civic^cadcrshi;> Kips receive very sub Ifnmen! aid. American viewpoint. lee lo private groups Kation ol the basic lyolunl %  < iation. ie public in Germany r! a history of vo'.unii support for Men pun-.p priming" by a i ency can provide le means of eventual Independence." Hugo Pick, Retired Hotel Operator, Dies at 70 Hugo Pick. 70. retired Illinois betel man, resident of Evanston. III., and Miami Beach, and husband of Mrs Muriel Hirsch Pick. Miami Beach real estate dealer and hotel owner, died August 4. Services were held Tuesday in Chicago Mrs. Pick is now at the Belmar Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Pick, who originally re in Evanston. became a part time resident of Miami Beach four yet ago when he and Mrs Hirsch were i married al the Beach home of his brother, Albert. The Pick brothers formerly were associated With each other in the open U n of 2ti hotels and their I hotel supply hou.se was one ol the best known in the country. Besides his wife, Mr. Pick is -in vived by a daughter, Mrs .lane Magnus, of Winnetka, III.; two son-. Donald, of Denver, and Charles, Of the Great Lake. Naval Training (enter. Ill .: his brother and a sister, Mrs Max Brede. of GJencoe, HI., and eight grandchildren. Mrs. Berrin Chairman Regular meeting of the FlaglerQranada Women's Group will be held Thursday evening. August 19. at the Center building. Results of I last month's luncheon, plans for | the coming swim dance and "secret I pal" reports will be discussed. Mrs, ; Ray Berrin is program chairman Miami Convalescent Home LEO ALLEN, Director 335 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone. 2-5437 and S-027S Soeciallzlng in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nuraino Service. Special Dieta Strictly Observed. Private and Semi-Priv-U Rooma. ^VfC"* ^" las' Jfcerry Briffon (einer Dead in it Age of 74 iner died in Savan : age of 74. He was lived in Savannah for years, having come ark City. was a retired plumb Dr and a member of | Bj nagogue. pved by his wife, Dora, rry W. and Oscar B., ldren and two broth|g Mitchell T. Reiner, r were in Savannah, Del Mrs. Mitchell Reinpresent at the interIll Israel [k Opening: Sherry Britton to Appear at Biltmore Res 0 'Maliey. Broadway star, returns to the Biltmore Playhouse Tuesday night to CO star with lot •• ly Sherry Britton in the "The Little Hot" O'Malley created a large following among Greater Miami theater fans as the result of his performhere earlier this summer in "O' Mistress Mine" and "Private Lives Miss Britton has been seen frequently on such television shows as "Danger." "Suspense." "Studio One. Ihe Milton Berie Show." "Sid Caesar Show." and "I've Got A Secret." She also recently starred opposite Gary Merrill in "The Mask." Her stage successes include "The Little Foxes," "Dial M For Murder," "Remains to be Seen." "Desert Song" and "The Man Who Came to Dinner." "The Liftle Hut" is a comedy concerning three people shipwrecked on a desert island. Local favorite John Behney heads the supporting cast. "Affairs Of State:" featuring Vicki Cummings and William Gibberson. concludes a successful run here Sunday night. There are matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Producer is Sam Hirsch. Israel Hebrew Institute K opening of its new Carlyle ave.. Miami Saturday, August 28th, cording to Rabbi Isaac Iritual leader. [communal leaders will pn the first services at Bgoguc building. Rabbi Abrin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Abrin. formerly of 1539 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, August 15, at 2 p.m., on the Jewish Section of Wood, lawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi iver a special sermon. Joseph Naro of£iciali „g. M r. Abrin M 'is survived by his wife, Minnie; a | s on. William; and two daughters, Mrs. Betty Klein and Mrs. Saul Cohen. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. MRS. MAE S. ORCENBERG JO, of •.'-"! Ei f'oral I iahlea, who %  *". iii. .! Hal .-1 • I.,.i ni ter .mil "f B'I mi All* %  •on. I* I (lables, iii .i. \' K %  i I .-1 ..I Home r.i.i I.I I followed .n ait, Ni %  MAX BLUM Alton iii died Augual %  ".. Bui iii followed In Ml Nebo 1 er a' Emeat: I i In ng, i and Harry: and .ill of Miami. itc to Mr. and iker, "donors of fiade possible the cornhe structure." lynagogue building will (city of 700 and will be air conditioned. trends Retains Distributorship president of Nationinc is now the distriidweiser beer only in la The distributorship ISIDOR ORUTIN 7II, of 1*5 fc vv |nth ave., | Auguel m %  II --ii:'.ii Burvivi I bj .II%  Ife, Row Ren a na wen to Se Ivallla ave paaaad away on Aiigtiat >. •"'*'•*'" ., hman i aurvlved by her buaband, Samuel. Iteinalna were aent I" l.i"--klyn for aexricea and Interment Arranaemenu were in iharae ..i Rivar%  Ma Chapel of Miami Ileaeh. SOPHTfTKESSLER .',, formerly of 1J5 Mlchipn av< paa.e.1 away on Atiauat .> Mra. keaaIrr had been a rt-aldent "f Miami Ileaeh for the past five year%  • is aur\'lvr Registration Slated Registration for the Israelite Center Religious School will be held on Sunday. August 15. 9 a.m. Mi. wK_ Intel meiit waa I with Rabbi MOM la. Bkop ofrielatlnic. n Mt. Iributor of he has relinquished. Iv< iser since the repeal. that the beer is now [selling in the area. is been prominent in Imi's Jewish and genirdes His son, Jerry, with the Budweiser up. Kramer Unveiling The dedication of a monument,. to the memory of the late Samuel; to 12 noon, and Monday, August 16. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A faculty under the guidance of Rabbi Morton Malavsky will be in charge of the Sunday and Hebrew Schools, it was announced by Nathan Fragin and Morris Aron, coee Pick-Dp a ad Delivery — Wrecker' "erjlee 344, rust •*• *••• %  LONC-OISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New Tack, Hew Jer.ey. Philod.lahie, %  BMaMff*, Woshiatlea, Aleoar, Betea, rrovMeoce oil other aeiatt. DIAL 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES M LIEBERMAN MS roii INS ft SONS Ave. Come in and see us whenever you need money for any reasonable purpose! Our Loan Department will act quickly and in strictest confidence. 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l^uHMJi^PAGE Z | Return of Farben Unit Rapped larg es, shipbuilding o r „n„ ; rfttS I Jf Kowildt Works of Kiel, recent< t*n J (; ,, r „,„, Intelll v wt .nt to Moscow to negotiate Otto Jom., g ^^ ; .ith Kremlin .Othorittes for the ^Jfehfi. technic^ ^-^-v^-v-^~v~v^ Continued from Pago 1 AP dispatch said "the mam Ger man exports to China are iron goods, machinery, electrical goods, al inenergetically than before, that the intensity of our friendship for them will depend on the intensity ..l their efforts to solve the German problem." A mouthpiece of Chancellor Adenauers party. The Rlieinische Post, warned the United States, that, unless the French become more tractable, Germany may support the Tauroggen Policy. ..,„„„, ,„ U v Tauroggen refers to the time when an(J hj ^ h precision and optic the Germans, in a sudden turn1 .. ^!a B ^e^S^; ,h,he | Thedubi lability of ^ Work Begun on New Beth Sholom Sanctuary; Old Unit Houses Offices Work on the superstructure of the new Temple Beth Sholom on Chase ave. and 41st St., Miami Beach, has been begun, according to in announcement here by Ralph Spero. president. Sealed bids were received and camined by the construction com: Ittee, consisting of Charles Sii vera, chairman, and James M. Albert. Morris Alpert. Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph L. Arkin. Leon J. Ell and Morry D. Morris. Lowest bidder, the Burk Construction Company, was awarded the contract and immediately thereafter Morris Burk and his associates flew to New York to consult with Ammon and Whitney. construction engineers who were responsible tor the famous George Washington Bridge in New York. "The functional shell-shaped Structure, which was designed by Percival Goodman, well-known synagogue architect, holds both Structural and esthetic appeal."' Spero said. "The handsome and peseats with a movable wall so that culiarlv fitting form for the main'the over-sited lounge ares "1 300 sanctuary is a thin shell concrete seats can be Incorporated At the quarter-dome, three inches thick west end of the lounge will be anal the top. which spans 100 feet, other movable wall so thai the auA rhythmic succession of parabolic ditorium area can be incorporated, dormers glazed in color will pierce making a total seating capacity of this shell at its baseline. 1.800. A separate chapel will hold "Room framing for the remain100 people The interior finish will der of the building will consist of follow the same motil ol functional a four-inch thick concrete hipped simplicity as the exterior plate'system much like a giant cor-1 In his announcent, Spero stated rugated board which spans 80 feet that the present structure, which and each corrugation of which houses Beth Sholom. will continue measures 4 by 14 feet. Roofing mato serve as the Religious School n rial for the entire structure will and Community House "f the conbe a sprayed-on cocoon plastic." I gregation. 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iisltUEIIiDjpidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 28—Number 33 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS e Starts With Dulles *se Says U.S. Favors •abs at Israel Expense JGTON (JTA) — Sen. rse. Oregon IndependSe Senate floor this-week administration policies ir Bast and charge that officials apparently are "trade the freedom of of Israel for Arabian rse told the Senate that. Ptary of State Dulles' Near East, the adminisbeen "trying to win the of the Arab states at ie of Israel %  tor made known that ?ign aid bill contains pre pittance" for Israel. ha l>pen assured that il get about $40,000,000 ably less than in pre-but even this reduced not been firmly speci^rse reminded the Senate ,'nited States and other ries. as a result of the rutron of Jewry, pledged ad safety for Israel as a of the Jewish people. He j lat the new administra iiied to treat Israel fairly ed the attention of the j the facts of the current piled States Government [no positive action to en-j lunation of the Egyptian %  gainst Israel-bound ship e Suez Canal in connecthe British withdrawal (Canal Zone, and does not ] it was learned from offies this week. the American author negotiating the promised Imerican arms to Egypt. pressing for Egyptian to make peace with Is|as learned. of State John Foster a press conference this It he hoped the Anglo[negotiations on the Suez develop so that Egyptire disposed than it is' .ply with a 1951 United ilution demanding an anti-Israel blockade. kretary's view on this matslicited at a press conferquestion put to turn by ington correspondent for correspondent pointed ie United States was* a e UN resolution and that Vertheless Mas continued Canal passage to ships of and other registries tinud en Pag* 3 'Quiet' Bill Calls for Return of Farben Unit to Nazi Owners; Justice Department Opposed Wayne Morse ail at stake Nasser Sees Washington As Mediator LONDON (JTA)—Egyptian Pre mier Carnal Abdel Nasser, in a press interview published here, is reported as having expressed his belief that the United States could act as mediator between Israel and the Arab states. Col. Nasser denied, in the course of the interview, that the evacuation of the British troops from the Suez Canal zone would result in Egyptian aggression against Israel. "We want peace to cope with our vital internal problems." he declared. At the same time, he emphasized that Egypt would welcome American military aid in building stronger Egyptian armed forces. Western statesmen were meanwhile called upon by The Times of London to address themselves "without delay" to the question of Arab-Israel relations. The editorial, entitled, "Middle East Takes Stock," said: "For all the improvement in stability in the Middle East which the Anglo-Egyptian agreement seems likely to effect, it has two important limitations. It doesn't resolve the dynastic and national rivalries which have long bedeviled the Arab League. Above all, it doesU't of itself ease Arablsrael relations." Truce Group Strengthened JTA UNITED NATIONS — Since the beginning of the year, the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine has bcea considerably strengthened both u to personnel and equipment. This has been done at the behest of the Western Powers. They asked for it in their resolution censuring Israel for the Kibya incident, a request which was an obvious sop to their conscience as they would not antagonize the Arabs to the extent of calling for a peace conference and settlement, the only way of putting a stop to these unfortunate border raids. A recent accounting at headquarters here shows that the staff of the Truce Supervision Organization has been increased by almost fifty percent. The latest arrivals in Palestine have been two military observers from New Zealand who j have brought the total number of these observers to forty-three now, compared with some twenty-five last year. Up to December. onlyBelgium. France and the United States had assigned observers to 1 this organization, but during the first half of this year, the governments of Sweden. Denmark, and Canada have supplied men. Besides these observers, whose task is to watch the truce, to see that there are no infringements of the armistice agreements, and when there are to investigate and decide who is responsible for any violations, the office staff has also been augmented. Instead of fifty, it now numbers sixty-seven. A lawyer was dispatched from headquarters here to aid General Burns, the chief of staff of the Truce Supervision Organization, in some of the knotty legal problems with which he has to deal. An information officer was also appointed this year and he arrived in Palestine in the middle o£June. The headquarters communication on the strengthening of the organization says that it now has sufficient staff and equipment for thirteen radio stations instead of the seven it was operating last year However, up to a short time ago. only one extra station had been added. By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON—Research staff members of the Ozalid division of the General Aniline and Film Corporation have revealed that the Justice Department has strongly opposed a move urged by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to return Aniline units to their former Nazi owners. The Ozalid staff said that Wil liam P. Rogers. Deputy US Attorney General, made known the Justice Department s views in a letter. Under the Dirksen bill now before Congress, properties seized by the United States during World War II from Nazis plotting against this country would be returned to their foreign owners. The Deputy Attorney General contended that such action would be a "windfall" for Nazis who attempted to destroy the United States. He said the Justice Department "is opposed, and continues to be opposed, to the proposed legislation. Aniline, part of the t. B. Farben chemical trust, was among the properties taken over. It was estab lished during the war crimes trials that Farben interests exploited slave labor. Secretary Dulles, in Congressional hearings, testified that the return of General Aniline and similar properties to ex-Nazi industrial isis would improve American re lations with Germany. These Washington developments transpired against a background of reports from Germany, which told of recartelization and warned of consequences of resurgent German power. The Wall Street Journal said that German trade and industry "are returning to their traditional I pre-war patterns of cartels and trusts." German heavy industry is i in the forefront of the movement ; to revive the pre-war steel and coal I cartels of Europe. By dominating these cartels prior to World War II, the Germans were able to exert decisive influence on the economies of her future victims. The Germans regard themselves as "being dominant among the partners on industrial power, but as having only a limited ability to 1 influence the group's (Schumann | Plan Organization) policies." according to the New York HeraldTribune The U.S. News and World Report also says that the German rartelists resent the Schumann Plan as a roadblock to their am! bitions. In 1945. the Allies adopted poliI cies designed to break up the cartels and giant monopolies. But ef] fective implementation was not I achieved in many important cases. i Now the responsibility has been turned over to the Germans. They I are in the process of passing phony i legislation on the subject. I The authoritarian and aggressive spirit is on the march again. PostI war moods of defeatism and ingratiation. often misinterpreted as signs of progress toward democracy, have been replaced by bluster and arrogance Vital sections of the German press reflect this trend. Freouent warnings have been sounded by German newspapers that, unless the Bonn Government has its way. it will not cooperate with the West. The Hamburger Anzeiger demanded that Bonn "make it clear to the Western powers, much more Continued on Paaw 2 I Bias in Employment Reported Widespread NEW YORK (JTA)—Racial and religious discriminatory practices in employment are widespread throughout the United States, it is asserted in a report by the National Community Relations Advisory Council, the coordinating body of national and local Jewish organizations engaged in combatting antiSemitism and in fighting for civil rights. "Every study that has been unAre Killed in Anti-French Rioting litical Battle Rages in Morocco —Jewsin TuHisIa surcd Monday by the hewall-Moslem Tunisian lent that there would be Jewish discrimination in %  try when it secures its sovereignty from the iCovernment. It wa> indimbers of the Tunisian that the Moslem leaders rr forget that Tunisia rets autonomy through the French Premier Pierre France, who is Jewish i r t s reaching Jewish [here from Tunisia nay that the new Tunisian Premier, Tahar ben Ammar, told Jewish leaders that they have nothing to fear when the country will cease to be a French Protectorate and will become independent. The Premier emphasized that the rights of all religious minorities in Tunisia will be respected Jewish organizations here are meanwhile seriously worried over the continued outbreaks in French Morocco, in which Jews are being murdered and their property looted in the fight between Moslem nationalists, who insist on the return to Morocco of the former Sultan, Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef, and -the followers of the present Frenchappointed Sultan, Sidi Mohammed ben Moulay Arafa. Although the Jews are not involved in the political fight now raging in Morocco, where six of them lost their lives in the town of Petitjean at the hands of an Arab mob, they are in mortal fear, according to Zacharia Shuster, European director for the AJC. who left here this week to fly to the trouble spot. Zacftaria Shelter flie* from Peris dertaken, whether under public or private auspices, whether of a locality or of an industry, whether of hiring or of upgrading, has established the existence of discrimination against racial, religious and national minorities," the report says. It points out that the extent and areas of discrimination vary with local conditions. Discrimination tends to vary directly with unemployment, the NCRAC report stresses, but tin relative u n e mployment levels among minorities does not alone necessarily mirror the extent to which the minority is discriminated against. Complaints of discrimination do not represent a reliable index of the scope or seriousness of the problem. To project proj grams against employment discrimination on the basis of these criteria, therefore, is to approach the problem far too narrowly, the report suggests The NCRAC points out that individual job seekers who encounter employment discrimination frequently fail to file complaints because of reluctance to become further involved in what has been a distasteful experience and because of fear of endangering future employment. hf



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JUST 13, 1954 3. Jewlst>fk)rkilam PAGE 15 NOTICE CREDITORS TY JUDGES' COURT OAOE COUNTY. IOBATE NO. 30*13-A %  VJAMIN, Deceased. IHT'IKS AND Ai.r. [N.I CLAIMS OK DKft(T SAID ESTATE: of you, are hereby |nM • ,l file the Hani* In the County Court nunty. Florida, within KinthH from the date 11 Ion hereof. Said Inds to contain the [the claimant and to presented aa afocerill I"' liarreil. \ a INS. fclMM' IM IHHN JAM IN Eon of the Last Will intent of BENJAMIN 1 eased K.N'KB L'utorn ll,i:; Miami, Ma. LEGAL NOTICE 1 FICTITIOUS E LAW KP.KBY UIVBN that %  ;' IIIJE to antraae In |h i fictitious name of MART, at 6SX6 N.W. to r.KiHt.r Mid name it the Circuit Court of oi Ida, KROST b.N SERVICE, INC. )ER FICTITIOUS 1L LAW tEREIIV GIVEN thr.t ilehiiirifc to encase In he In tltloiia name of I DM* County register alid name bf the Cli cult Court of rii.i Ida. AI.V1N C.I.KK )ER FICTITIOUS |ME LAW BKKKIIY GIVEN that deali inic to engage In %  the fictitious name of ki || '•; s W. Mil Street, [to reslater ald atuna nf the Circuit Court r'lartda ill MM AN, Sole owner fTKOr' Ipl l .Hit PDER FICTITIOUS IE LAW IKP.ERY OIVBN that deilriiui to engage In ftli,' fictitious name of i I.AWN SKRVICK. at )t. Miami lieach. VVtftcglster Maid name • f the Circuit Court Florida. KIDNEY TKI-I.liR NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No 1710M MI-IMKI, E. COOPER, I'laintIM VS. ROBERT K COOPER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RoiiKHT i: COOPER i o itoKton state Uoapital Mai.raonve BOMK.II. Massachusetts n,„ T '-"i. "''•', >"' l '> notified thai a Bill of ( oniplslnl for Divorce haa been filed against you, and you are rc<|uireNK AND nriKKHKP at Miami, Florida, this 21*1 day <-4 Julv, AD, 19i4. ft B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, I lade County, norhta By WM W. STOCKINVj (Circuit Court SVatl Deput) (Lik GALBVT C.OKHGiARIAN 240 Mri stt.et. Miami Beach, Fla. Attorneys for I'lnintiff 7/23-30 — 8/J-13 gy^ y^-'V^vo&WMMb .ml. Miami, Florida IDER FICTITIOUS kME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to engage In the fictitious name of OI.S. at (Ml S W. 24th FFTa intend to register the Clerk of the Clr[ 11 ide i "ounty, Florida BERNARD KIRKl'S [I'llll. IIAHOCAS 10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 17141J MARY I.AN/A, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL LANZA, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION To MICHAEL LANZA III. East heater Road Bronx, New fork You are hereby notified thai %  BID of complaint for Divorce has boon filed against you, and you aie hereby required to aenra • copy of your An%  • to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answ.i in the office of the I I. I k of the Circuit Court, on or before the 7 day of September, ISM; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as .,nl.-•., ,1 against you. Hated this 4 day of August, Hot. F: B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: I. SNEEDEN, lieputy Clerk (seal) GEOROR J. TALIANOFV, ESy Attorney for Plaintiff 12(1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. s '••lt-M-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 171413 ELLEN BROOKS. Plaintiff vs. EDWARD I!. BRiioKS, Oefendnnt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EDWARD Ii. BROOKS, Re side nce unknown Tou. EDWARO BROOKS, are li-rctlfied that a Bill of Complaint for Olvorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve ,,, v o| your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, m S.yl.ol.| Rldg Miami, and file the original Answer •>r Pi.-iidiug in the office of the Clerk of Oie Circuit Court on or befoie the sth day of September, IM4). if you fall to do so, judgment by defaolt will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complain! IXeNE ANO ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 4th day Of August. A.D. r.'.M E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Da.de County. Florida B) WM W STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Cleik HEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff i2.i S.-vbold Bldg.. Miami. Fla. |/S-ll-U.tI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171008 SHiRI,F:Y F\ UOLDIN. Plaintiff vs. IRVING OOLDI.V. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IRVING OOLDIN c-o Put Soldla fi"7 N SpauMtlilIx.s Angeles M, Calif. Tou are hereby notified that a Bill oi Complaint for Divorce has been filed agahMI you, and you are required to serve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading -to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, W.FItEO F' NEHBITT, 67IS Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or h-fore the 27th day of August. IIS4. If you full to do so, Judgnieifl by default will be taken against von for the relief demanded In the Bill of i.ilnt. II.is notice -hall be publish..,! once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORttllAN DONE AND ORDERED at Mi Florida, this 19th day of July, A.D. lfOi. ft It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County. Florid i By It II. RICE, JR. LEGAL NOTICE (( it I',,,,,! Seal) ALFRED h NB8BITT 6749 Collins Avenue .Miami Penh, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 7/23-;!0 — l/t-U lx-put> Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engajce In business under the ti< tftlous name of CORAL WAY TAVERN, at 22.15 S W. 22nd Street, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of th circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'.W ID G. MAXWELL TIJi:i.\l.\ ANTOINETTE MAXWELL KESSLER *tiARH Attorney* for Applicants 17St W. Flagler St. T/SQ — 8/6-13-20 IDER FICTITIOUS kME LAW IEREBT GIVEN that de-iiing to engage in the tu tiiioiis name of llncii BERVICB, (I laml Avenue. Intends I name with the Clerk [Court of Dade County-, .1 I.ILLL Sole Owner |BVi IS( .N urge's Amoco Service 10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. B33302 In Re: ESTATE OF PAIL S (JRCEN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agaluat Said Estate: You. and each of you are hereby notified und required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate Of PAIL S ORl'EN, deceased late of Hade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges uf Dade Countv. and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented us aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Sci tlon 733.16 of the 1943 Probate Act Dale July 27th. AD 19..4. KI'HT MENDEL THEODORE PERMA As Administrators of the Batata of PACE S GTtUEN, Deceased. Kl'RT WELI.ISi II Attorney for Administrators HI I Congress Rldg.. Miami, Fla. 8/6-13-2M :'T SUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR DAOE [CHANCERY, No. 171037 Plaintiff J:. I'efendant [BV PUBLICATION ler tibridit... c.eorgias lEREIIY RKCJI IRKD to [of your answer to the |lnt In the above cause the plaintiff's attorthe original In the OfIrk of the Circuit Court, [the 23 day of August. said Bill of Complaint s confessjad by you 0th day of July. 1'>4. 1: LEATHERMAN, ri k of circuit Court lie County, Florida WM W STOCKINO. Deputy Clerk I AN KAPLAN i Plaintiff kuilding, Miami 12. Fla. %  INDER FICTITIOUS |AME LAW IIKKKHY OIVBN that i. desiring to engage In the fictitious name of at 11711 N E 2nd Ave|aty, Florida. Intends to name with, the Clerk of lourt of Dad* County, "UN 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 5704 W. Flagler St Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida LEWIS I BROOKS ALICE BROOKS, owners 7/10 — 8/6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 170907 EUGNIB OLMltL Plaintiff, BARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and wife. ROSA WRIGHT, a single woman, NATALIE E. FOSTER, a widow, and LOCISE V BCAL, a widow. Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDINGS TO RE-ESTABLISH LOST INSTRUMENT To: HARRY GOLDEN and EVELYN OOLDBN, husband and wife. ROSA WRIGHT, a single woman, NATAI.IF: F' FOSTER, a Widow, and LOUISE V. BCAL, a widow, and all other persons Interested. You are hereby notified to appear before Judge Gratfe) Crawford, of the above Court, in his chaml>ers at the Dade Countv Court House. In Miami. Florida, at" 10:00 o'clock. AM on null daj of September, UJ4, and then and there show cause why the instrument hereinafter described should not be re-established. The Petition,!. Bl'GNIE OLMIS, seeks to re-establish a promissory note dated June 21. ISM. made bf HARRY OOLDBN and EVELYN GOLDEN, husband and wife, and ROSA WRIGHT, a single woman, to the Petitioner securing the pavment of $15,0*0.00 in payments as set forth In said note encumbering the %  following described property in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: The North 100 feet of lot 9 and the West 15 feet of the North 100 feet of Lot 1. Block 12 of LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 2. at page 46 of the FMblic Records of Dade County, Florida, together with furniture and fixtures contained therein, as per Inventory heretofore given, which mortgage was given to secure the lost note sought to he re-aatabHshed, and which mortgage was recorded in Mortgage Book 1676 at page 22i of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. The Petition filed herein substantially alleges that the original of said note Is not In the custody or control of the Petitioner and that said note has been lost or in.idwi t. ntly destroved. that Harry Oolden and !> %  Ivn (iolden, husband and wife. Ilo-a Wright, a single woman, Natalie F". F'oster, a widow, and lulse V BctU. a widow, are or have been owners of the real property described, and are the only persons known to the petitioner to he Interested for or against the re-establishment of the said note. that the copy of the note sought to be re-established Is a substantial and exact copy of the original instrument DATED at Miami, Florida, this ISth day of July, 1954. K. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk 7/23-30 — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ABLE BUILDERS' RENTAL EQUIPMENT, at 5410 N.W. 14th Avenue. Miami, F'la.. Intend to registei said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. JOSE:!'!! RABIN ALBERT FRBEDMAN GOLDMAN OOLDSTEIN %  '.'.' r. loin Boulevard. Miami. Fla. Attorney! for Registrant • — H/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealt Ing to engage in business under the fictitious name of El.MTA FASHIONS, at 2SS N W. 26th Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. TAl'IIKS. INC. KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Taubcs, inc. : IS-SS — x/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL HARDWARE PAINT CO.. at SS15-25 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shore-. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JEROME s BLONDER MILTON FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Be/bold Bldg. I — 8-6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol AUTOMATIC CAR WASH, at Miami Ave. at 79th St.. N.E., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN TOPOL JOHN TOPOL MILDRED OSTROW AARON M. KANNER Attorney for Applicants Sh..rclan.l Bldg. 7 -". CD — 8/6-13 NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVPIN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PRUDENTIAL MORTGAGE • REALTY INVESTMENT CO., at 44 N E 1st Ave., intends to register Dame With the Clerk Of the Circuit dint of Dade County, Florida. DAVID F-R1EDMAN 7/2:1-30 — 8/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF7N that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of C & B REALTY CO.. at number 330 .Michigan Avenue In the City of Miami Iifach, Florida, Intend to register the saiil rune wilh the I'lerk of th Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami Pe.-nh, Florida, this loth Day of July, ISM. IIYMAN CHABNER SOLOMON SIEGEL 7/23-30 — 8/6 -13 _^__ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 17105S MAX MEDCEROW and OI'SBIE MEI>GF:BOW, his wife, Plaintiffs. vs. ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON, a -ingle an. Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: ALICE SIMONS JOHNSTON P O. Dnx 67 Cabot, Pennsylvania I lefendanl TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been bioiight in lh above entitled Court by the Plaintiff* against you for the purisise of real! b) you to plaintiffs, etc of tbe following described real property, l> lug in Dade County, Floi Ida. to wit Lots IS, 13. 14 and It and parts of Lots 16, 17. H and 1, all in Ph., k 1 of COLES SUBDIVISION a' Modcllo, F'lorlda, lying terly of the railroad and westerly of U.S. highway *1: TO;F:TI1F:R WITH all improvements thereon and inventor/ as attached: and TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to nerve I oopy of vour Answer on tho plaintiffs' attorney, LEO BHEINER, 304 Roper Building. Miami 32. Florid.,, ,,ml file the original thereof In the office of the clerk of the above Court on or before the 30th day of August, 154; otherwise the allegations of said complaint will be taken ... confessed by you. I a IN l: \M> ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21st day of July. 1954. i: it. IJCATHEHMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By I. SNEEDEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy l.Eo BHEINER 304 Roper Building, Miami, Florida 7/23-30 — 8/6-13 :E BY AMENDED NOTIC PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TW ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1SS3JS JOHN BEREY, Plaintiff. AIOCSTA nUNCM BmMT. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AUGUSTA KRANCF:S BERET Residence and Address I !"">*" You are bei.bv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of Your Answer or Pleading t" the Bill "f > ••"U'''," v l on the plaintiffAttorney HENRI M CAIN. ISM West Flagler Street. Miami, Fla.. and file the original Answer or Heading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 24th day of August. 19.H. if ydU fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of torn" This notice shall be published once each week for four consej-utlve weeks In THE JEWISH Fl/HtlDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lth day of July. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. (lerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By R M HAWKINS. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney fpr Plaintiff 2511 West Flagler Street. Miami, FU. f/M-a* -r*/•< NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 171030 IDA fiREENSPON, Pl.nniii!. SAMUEL J. flREENSPON. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAMUEL J. OREENBI'oN 3300 West Chicago Ave. Detroit. Michigan You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copv of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, ROBERT M BADER, 2S18 West Flasler St.. Miami. Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of August. 1S54. If you fall to do so, judgment by defsult will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Cumntainl. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERF3) at Miami. Florida, this 20th day o< July. A.D. 54 E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida Bv M. W. PARTENHEIMER. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk ROBERT M. BATIER 1518 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff T/M-as /•-; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JANICE SIKH'S, at M Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Cleik of Ihi i lilt Court .rl I i.ide COUnU Eloi Ida. I LS-fv-21 — :• •: JACK KAHN SALLY KAHN LEON KALI8H Attorney foi ipnllcanta 1 oil I Dul'oiit Bldg. 8.6-13-2U-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALLIED NOVELTIES'. at S42-944 N W "ith Avenue, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WIW.IAM CHANDLF:R MICHAEL DEL PIANO KI'.SSI.ER GARS Attorneys for Applicants 1781 W. Flaglei st. 7


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I SrtoWGS^Acldre?,? QnFifth Amen A U.i M. V>^-*V ^-*" Oil question are In other work drlih.—_ By ERWIN N. GRISWOLD Dean of the Harvard Law Schaol (EDITOR'S NOTE: Pernar f i ,..(I i% 'lO'a h %  ..ii~i 11.1 ii.,n..I amendment been ..much a tuple >>f convweatlon among all i a ritiaena The Klfth Amendmenl, %  al |>anl thai elauae "i>" i> eta • %  ''*> lllr urivilece agalnnl aelf-lnci-lmlnatlon, la now th.. center ..f a blttei ronlrov. r! tmth national!) and Iwall} Staniei Miltmlo-. C'lreutl Juaaji ol tHe Eleventh Judicial I'lroull of Honda at Miami, recentl} rin-ulaled i p n ui %  n addraaa mad< bj Dean Urlawold l„ i,.,-,. the \i .--... huwtti. H \ ii.. II last winter The Jcwlati Klor Wllan, in ;, final Inatallment. here |ubllah< thla addreaa as on< at a aerli 1 ,... from Him!•• lime in imhope thai it in otter readers ba. ktrround itertalnin* to the i n dmenl and M civil rtghti at lrn< i onai 4 Mliwrw Ibefurtb. -., „.nin question are In other work ... hbenti,. Ih.\ have families to support l( a quegt^rJa |UT) tha ill as lcgll law an"BO Let the mi to cause money; s turned oul to be communist iron But he mi never a membei Ol II" 3?JL wtiv f a i r JAV1 4 -hi h. willing i" answer man. u,trntoC2 Th.,-jJJ.i'S Induced I. rel nan v ho tad lent hi s name u "" wer ny questions at all ZH, nd ha,l contrived '*£;. %  "* y; nd the causes have oo* • MJ te contended that -, K„ r,.mnuilll-t frontv H""'. ,h„ onvl 21 he, have waived the prtvl m trials and in investigation*. Bui ran it be said clearly that hi,„(,,.,, u ahrayi immoral? of course he may be wrong in his imoment of these other peo qwataa u l'Htlv •> -in formally %  ^ubcoBtaJJ mure it —J '*•* %  After much internal torment: Jr^ m, ^ B r h V'ls"kd wheOei the witness B^cMta ...claim fJ^Vft J *?,JJ the privilege of the Fifth Amend ..„„ ,, we hx ., realli tl i" n ment with respect to the question •'' ( h No then giv. his client >-;' '',,,,.' mo of his past membership in he ^ n m U fc subjecttag himsell to lege al the ea '"""';' communist Party. Putting aside ne JJ2 (pf J a prosecution for ment, w as to be lun the question of his wisdom in do • • j, ma r nt|y ,,,„• ha t ,„,„ %  ,., ol waiver ing this, can there be any doubt that the claim is legally proper'' Past membership in the Communist Partv is not a crime in itself: but admitting such membership mav well be a link in a chain of proof of a criminal charge against him. Persons have been prosecuted under the Smith Act for mem bershia in the Communist Partj plus something else. If he supplies the proof "f bis own member ship in the Party, he does not know what other evidence may then be brought against him to show that he has committed a crime. Thus, an answer to the question will definitely incriminate him. that is. provide "evidence which could be used in a prosecution against him. Yet, remember that he thoroughly believes that he is not guilty of any crime: and on the facts I have given he is not guilty of a crime. There are other factors that in fluence his conclusion. His own experience is an ordeal. He does not want his friends to be subject ed to it. He believes in their in nocence of any crime. If he thought that they had committed crimes, he would promptly tell the proper officers of the Government. By claiming the privilege against self incrimination, he can refrain from naming any of his associates. He feels a strong sense of loyalty to them. He feels a strong sense of loyalty to his country, too; but since he is convinced that neither he nor his associates have in fact done anything wrong, his desire perjury, tie ma> nmi • % %  % % %  %  %  proof of the fact of his joining and •,-(,„ doctrine of waivt r i i contributing I n >'"lieve. the true explanation o which have turned oul to be front ,,.,„.,,i ol organizations might lead a jur> to swer suc n questions as H that he actual!) was a ,..,,,taught comn Havi believe *<>und pr,^"'•"" He M'" ,h Seasu; %  -••nutnti m_ 1 % %  %  meajieil won to cotwJL They may be worse than he br.^dth o( |J*I think* they are But we all have own state w-i to a-.judgment on auch things seat of th, ? A man may honestly feel tha! he making inqajij LMI ••a* 9n r^lKawPs in ... .... -_ .^ sld'erable i-xtent such questions mittees. ran only be resolved in a man's t• accept s own conscience. We are a society give me HM which has long depended on and that .inlvth,; applauded the virtues of the rug tan effettiwh fed individualist I da not justify the past or pres ent enduct of anyone. I seek ml) t., explat* He^-ause of claims of privilege under the Fifth Amend ment ..n.l refusal to answer question v many members of the gen ildir ha\e come to have fear %  n J IOD, m iiaeuaw: Sylvia %  'Ut \t it to them lu And so | started TV incriminitwj rit'h AneaoaaT allth S %  long turn. II he says, "No." to the ques lion ol communist membership, then in his own interest he ma) have to undertake to stale and explain himembership and activities in the various front organize tions, The net result ma) be thai he will have to gi\.much evidence which could be Died against him in an attempt to prove that he wi a member of the communist conspiracy. It would appear, there fore, that he can propcrh claim the privilege even though his answer to the question as to Communist Party membership at an) time would honestly and rightl) be "No." In both of the cases I have put. the privilege may be claimed al though the individual was guilt) ol no crime. In each case, the infer ence which would be taken hum the claim of the privilege would in tact be unwarranted The claim of the privilege is surely a serious business, hut it is equall) surely lege ..to questions torts of communist activit) tll.T Hen ri..us error of judgment academic person to claim Ba ve %  situation where th.privilege ol the Fifth Amend the obvious infi :i "' r '" "-fuse to answer ques fusal to answer th.question ma> lions, but the conduct, regrettable i„ completely unwarranted tl > doea not show the exist Finally, I would like to make fce of treaawo, eaaj*a ha! ^ d T !" m> l V wen takethe position, however, that '''' h J" • %  a faculty member at he will not answer questions IDOUt *V !" "ven others Or suppose i person first afiSMhB III to protect them from having to not the equivalent of an admission experience his own predicament seems to him to have prevailing weight in the actual circumstances He claims the privilege. Thencan be no doubt. 1 believe, that his claim of privilege is legall) justified. Yet. on the facts I have assumed he is not guilty of any crime. Of course his claim ..I privilege as to his membership in the Communist Party means that he must also claim the privilege as to all other questions which relate in any way to what he did. or to his associates in the activity. For if he answers any of those questions, it will clearly connote his own communist activity. There is one small point which might be brought in here. It is sometimes said that the privilege may only be rightly claimed if the answer to the incriminating question would be "yes." I do not believe that is true. Our man in Case 1 has testified that he is not now a communist. He claims the privilege as to a question which asks him if he ever was a member of the Communist Party. He ithen asked: "When did you cease to be a member?" He must claim I the privilege as to this, or else his answer will disclose that he once was a member, as to which he has lege. new member > of criminal conduct There are other reasons wh) a person may claim the privilegl m .1 particular case II. migh bad advice; but I do not wanl to press that, as i think that in man) ol these cases the individual's troubles ancaused m part by the lact that he chooses I., make hi refuses to an-wer virtually all questions, claiming the Fifth Amendment privilege but he later decides to wan.the privilege it" himself However, he refusi a nutter which he regards a of principle to identif) othei what should be the situation with respect t" such %  per The problem i> undeniabl) a difficult .me s.i long as the wit ness was claiming the pn\ ill i i argued thai he had done 1; he an) run.-, the e\ idence shu broii and tried OUt in court III:• oughl) convinced that the Univer -it> haacquitted itself well, and th.it it has been of great value to intr> during that time. It i.in injustice not only to the facult> members but to the country to allow any conclusion to stand that they are not good Americans or that the) do not serve their countr) well' I think that the Har-. hool with which I am lei) connected, is a great untry and to the commonwealth, and. in essence. i ,t conservative in..ir land If there are .m\ wh.. think otherwise, let them facts, carefully and thoughtfully 60, 66 .1893): It is not everv one who can diffen nt problems Whether he h at all. and if he does do so. he has { the protection of an impartial as committed i juriu,-. and the r.*ht to have his tterapt mg to explain transactions of a suspicious character, and offences charged against him. will often confuse and embarrass him to such a degree as to increase rather than remove prejudices against him. It is not cver\ one however honest, who would' therefore, willingly be placed on the witness stand. % %  indict, formation that is sought relates to *'*] Wat' —'---* % %  "gnize fully the power of the Senid M relevant to the %  ,n„u'irv We I h '' } lt ^L^ etmi ^ a ot ** should not forget that,? ~ ?TS5 "' H r,,n ""t These are lion f..r con.,,,, w deliberative bodies, and all points within the past year b "/"'V !" usually "P"fe d Preme Oourl on the ground ,ha", ff' "^ m n M rs ^ BC ,l "'.'|l..-H..,.s,-ked.h.WI-,,,... are taken after debate, and *^* giving valuable information for a possible prosecution. Moreover, he may not be sure just when he withdrew: it was a gradual process. And he may have legitimate fears that an honest answer he might give to a question relating to the transitional period might get him involved in a prosecution for per-, ed Ve f m ,he rCC r dS and ^ En,sh Vh T7 '" an, h ''' Person She hen declined to name the Mr son to whom she had Sven then? Finh'A^H PrivileKP "der therm h Amendment. The Sunn.ml Cjrt held that by K i v ,n K ,h? !" mony she did she had waived ,,. Privilege, and that she wasVulitS of contempt for refusing"to J? •ng. I., i u more assum %  "me thai the wit %  ""positive in hls'owa that the p.r ,on. mind With whom he was associated did Z "' '"' our -Munm „.,,. wr n { Lula Jones "•efi far AN OccawiMS •I I I V I I T • Cat • PMae NfMtt Caraofta • faawral .tiat • We*M" Mt a • (WgftsrfaWt ItW S.W. IH. SHUT 2 5790 Phofm 253M oiidpoH''' __ • Srort*k*ll oodrtc*"' Interest October I -:



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FRIDAY. AUGUsTr PAGE 8 Carol Ruth Goidstone-to[Become Bndcoi Marvin Frankel in Los Angeles Ceremonj Carol Ruth Goldstone and Marvin Sanford Frankel will be married at Temple Beth El, Los Angeles. Cal., on Sunday, August 15, Rabbi Jacob M. Ott will officiate. Bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Goldstone. Los Angeles. Mr. Frankels parents are the Mayer H. Frankels. 6865 Bay dr., Normandy Isle, Miami Beach. To be given away by her father. Miss Goldstone will be attired in a white nylon tulle gown with bouffant skirt and surplice bodice. Florentine lace will be fashioned into a long-sleeved jacket with Peter Pan collar trimmed by seed pearls. Her Florentine lace Juliet cap will crown an illusion veil. White orchids and liliesof-the valley will cover the bride's Prayer Book Announced as matron of honor is Mrs. Edward Cole, the bride's sister, who will be attired in a princess style pink silk organza gown. She will carry a cascade of pink delight roses, Miss Dolores Martin and Mrs. \\ ( -ley Bilson. bridesmaids, have chosen pink silk organza gowns also and will carry a bouquet similar to Mrs. Cole's. Flower girls ari' Barbara Weincr and Jana Greenberg. Bruce L. Greenberg will act as best man. Ushers are Edward Cole and Arnold Dobrin. The bride elect's mother has chosen a toast colored silk organza gown trimmed with brown velvet, Powder blue tissue taffeta with champagne lace inserts will fash ion the gown ol the groom's moth er. Miss Goldstone attended the University HI California at Berkeley, where she belonged to Sigma Delta Tau sorority, Mr. Frankel graduated from Lear School here and inow ;i student at the University Miss Carol R. Coldsfont ... to wed Mr. Frankel of Miami Law S\ I High school friends in Newark. N J., Miss Ann Sala and Robert I) Sulzberg are now planning a fall wedding. The bride elect ^ is the daughter ol Mrs. Gertrude Sala, 4001 Prairie a v e., M i a m i Beach, and the late Thomas Sala. She is a University Ol Miami student and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and Kappa Delta Pi. education honor society. Mr, Sulzberg attends Rutgers I niversity and belongs to Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sol/ berg, Newark. N.J. The couple will live in Miami ; after their marriage. j'pkins The engagement ol their daughter, Adriane Joyce to Richard Howard Coan iannounced bj Mr and Mrs d irge Lipkin 771 SW llth ~t Miami Mr. Coan is the son ol l> Mrs Bernard Ii Coan Brooklinc, Mass A Miami Senior II ..Ii School graduate, Miss Lipkin atl Universit} ol Miami and M'ns Sola Kneaplers Honored; Move to Gables An interesting evening took place at Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center on Wednesday. July 28 Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Kneapler. who have recently bought a new home and will now live in Coral Gables. The Kneaplers are charter members of the organisation, Mr. Kneapler having been its first president. Entertainment was provided by members and a 10-year-old dancer. Rose Mary, who did several ballet numbers. The evening was highlighted by presentation to the Kneaplers of a plaque with an inscription making them life mem bens of the Center. Also given was a sterling silver wine cup. inscribed. Guest speaker was Rabbi B. Heiloern. of Olean. New York. Re freshments were served by officers of the Sisterhood. Mrs Kneapler was also guest at a luncheon, card party and swim on Tuesday. August 3. held at Miami Airways Hotel in Miami Springs, given in her honor by the Center Sisterhood. Misi k tritnt lipkin in June from Pramingham Teach er.s College, Pramingham, Mass The bride elect will teach in the Dedham. Mass elemental-) school system, Mr. Coan is a graduate oi Boston University. He and his fiancee have not yet set %  date [or their wed ding. Mayor Celebrates Miami Mayor and Mrs \ IH Aronoviti celebrated their eighth wedding anniverswj Tueada) ,i Osceolu i. ;i ke inn. Hendersonvilie N.C. where the, r „ .,,,.„., three-week nation .,„,„„„ „„,„ were Mr. and Mrs Leslie Quigj and part v. Joanne Hablow Gets Ring from Kiancc On 20th Birthdav Dan • %  I r ring on The coaple % %  ii i,t i wedding Se bndeolccl b the d-ugWe. „f Mr and Mrs I '" m sw lmh rl Miami senior High School where she was presldenl ol Ph ,.,„ social club member oTcirls-Chorus. Mixed Chorus Se Time -" :l11 nd '" '"""'"I'M ,-„. M,,. Hablow attended the im ... ol Mi ouri (oinit Phi i Sigma social wrorlt) the Lniversit) Chorus and Junior Ian hellenic Tral to Ihe Lnivet she was ,,„ „| her sororit) and pled Kenet. MjnJTfl Hoiu-v.no,,,, j,/ Mr ">d Mr. p, "' J**a. .mn,, ur T2! Mr to A Mill Joanne Hablon Mr I radu High School He was a memh I lull and baseball t< %  Hi Florida and i M v I men I Ii .l(;tll l'xi\W Is In lie Introduced Sunday \l WVpinan Parly S V, weddn • • % %  '-•'• 21 I SW M avi M Ml: i Mr Weprnan i.. era Michigan when Alt ami .Hi degn i •fc i with h; '" ,llf la nn ol \\. Wepman MM. htry Kay s Wed Here; to an* Mi M„ r "**.! SW IHh ave .* The On<| „ lM next y w ,-,, ,,„, ,. • ida, Where s h „\ !^ New York h, (,„, £* A graduate o, v,,, at the t niversity of culizing in -p, ,' C h ,. is a past president MS dat.on and „ ... m h r JS Tau. social Mr Mint/ i. owner awi of Little Wolf) Rp ixiicte-,. ,, ,,„,;The wedding wiilta^J day. August i.y „ 5 ""j Martinique Mote! Mm,? I A cocktail | M rh .m^j SaHirdav night at ,_* %  home Oi Mr and 5tn binowitz, ho.t and ko, Mr. and MrK;.\ Live in New Orleans .In 1 \ 31 w,.s the uedding date for er Judith Newman and I. ncj were married in a m.in> .ii Ihe home of Rabbi toP (oral Gables Jewish iritual leader. The bride is the daughter of Mr.! MiMurray Newman. 4240 • Miami where a reception net fashioned the liridi lh gown with fingertip length wed ling land which Mr il 11 I n Ihe bride's finger in his grandmother. r was Mildred Ja1 \. a man s^trr of* the i Linda Moilgfl were /. || ni Houston. w best idi d Arnold New the bride, Harry %  ; Solonun and David Miami n <>f Mrs Katheei K New Oi leant, is a graduti I niversity and a f Phi 1 psilofl Pi fraterrut) I i.ited with Radio n WTIX in New Orleans. K.i> attended the UniverI ollowing their wedh I i nda. the cou in New Orleans. the bride, wi Ken*, -i\t a Wi Mill S fir it law the wedding party attkil nu-dut< l> after the A reception and a low The couple will -prodll their hone> moon in I return to Miami Beadkj Mint/ will attend darj Tau national conn Monte Carlo Nursery Schools Registration %  r the three nun-1 In chargo, mlon -O JTT" chiM.ls ol the Greater Miami Maurice GrossaMsVj unity Center will J sup>n i 11 II rmg the week begin \u-ust 23. it was Mi Mas Gettinger. ii ml chairman of i nn llmenl will bo contti rough Friday of 1 .i m to \2 noon iwill open on Sep when over 200 children ,i oi three and six crved at the three hranrhi Parents wishing to rej-1 lh ir (hildren should bring' s, h,„,| rlosest to thrm Ihe hours mentioned above, j i•• %  er raid. Too nchuols : "' %  I follows: Town Branch. 4.'HI sw ieth ave.: Beach | %  -i'H i) rd ; and FlaglerGranada 50 NW MM P |. k Died to small groups, no •ill br enraged in such acti* lhan ten per group, the chil %  its and crafts, block bufM ms dramatic pU>, water and sand; Micas U'cisS CM rhvthms ,nd trips Happy oheervOctober M "' "he s-bth and of JewOctob,-r 10 "*"1 form an important Miss Margaret fit* 11 '" Program, according to r i to Marcus Rs MrGrttinger ( hildren in the five I Their en K agen>s-nt oi r old age range will be' here b% her m k *l readmeu find grade proWeiss. 1124 Ptwl**] lami Beach enroll for morning t The bride cleft '•nl at ,ther of the three the bookkeefsef t' Nuioai Town and hearh Branches are licensed by the Boatd Transport. < %  '" available from home to Ho, nutritional "I'd for thoaeen %  lull day ba-i Morns Brothers r*J*"j Mr K-ms the *V Mn.lr%.ng AbftawjaiL MM ave Is eaif^i Shoe Store and M*" ajOth Tr.K.p in*I Their weddiag %  the Lincoln MM**



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%  %  4 %  ; • 9 .j e lstitkri0ML tt^AY. AIM PAGE 14 LEGAL WOTICB Beth David Launches Final Phase Of Construction Program, SdierSays Beth David and their cWldi*n. £ Final phase of construction for the completion of Beth David Synagogue has been inaugurated, according to an announcement made this week by Herbert E. Scher. president. contracts for air conditioning, plastering and sound have been let. and work starts immediately. Scher said. Stuart Cooling Corp. will install a Carrier air conditioning system of over 100-ton capacity. Dickson Plastering Co. has been awarded the contract to install acoustical tile and plastering throughout the interior of the building. The sound system will include the latest high fidelity, theater tvpe equipment. Included in the plan is a new library for the use of members of Center Camps Slate Final Special Events A musical production, "The Vizard of Oz." will be one of the special events that will serve as a climax for the day camping season of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center this week This production will be presented by the boys and girls of Camp Ma-Ka-Bce at the Town Branch on Friday afternoon. Campers will also receive their annual swimming awards at this time. Final weeks program at Camp Ma Ka-Bee also included an old fashioned barbeque picnic at Crandon Park and an evening social for the senior boys and girls groups. Camp Sholom. at the Center's Beach Branch, is getting ready for a camp banquet on Friday, for which the theme is •'Gay Nineties Day." At Camp Kadimah. in the Flagler-Granada Center, a carnival was held Thursday, and a visit to the Serpentarium is scheduled for Friday. Swimming certifications will also be presented on the last day of camp. Tamara Chapter Plans Memorial Theater party. •Tamara Night.'' will be held by Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi Women's Organization, at the Biltmore Playhouse on Sunday evening. August 15. 8:30 p.m. Starring are Vicki lummings and William tiibberxm in the Sam Hirsch production of "Affairs of Mute." The organization holds parties at the Biltmore every second Sunday, according to Mrs Alfred Stone, president Proceeds are for the Dina and Henry chill Memorial Fund. The Chills were killed in ;m auto accident last year In charge of the "Tamara Night series iMr> Louis Makovsky, with whom reservations cm i>e made, and Mrs. Stone. *3W V5N\Hr 3. Rabbi IcDh E. RackoTsky MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Fiona S-3SM ^ ~^— —' n Ko'rach. of Smith Kon h. Ar Citects, and Henry Nelson, eonsuiting engineer, will supervise th installations and promise completion of the work In time tor the High Holidays "These installations will insure the utmost in comfort to our eon greg.nl> and will bring to fruition tKe hopes and aspirations of the members of Beth David." ScBei explained. Board of directors, serving as a special building committee, have inaugurated a series of Sunda> morning breakfast meetings designed to meet the many problems attendant to the construetion program. Serving with Scher on the committee are Sidney Lefcourt. Louis Heiman. Bert Sher. Frank Rose. Jacob Sher. Harry Simons. Philip Abrams. Nathan Alexander. Sidney Aronovitz. Harry August. Louie Bande). Samuel Dickson, John Fell er. Max Gettinger. Harry Cordon, Max Handshu. Harvey Herman. Abe Kasow. Dr Roy Mack. Harry Markowitz. Stanley C. Myers. Akilu PU Sidnev Pozen. Albert Quadew, Edward Safer. Dr. Jack Seitlin, Sam Seitlin. Daniel Serott. Mitchell Shapo. Joseph Siegel. S. J. SptCtor, Charles Spingarn. Bernard A Sterling, Jerome Stern. Max Swart:. Jerome Weinkle and Julian Weinkle. 6UEVENTt*jO.*KP^ FLO" AND FORW"^ NO 171448 I RAtS : HATED B) P LEATHERMAS. u M il •• KINO Sholem Lodge Schedules Theater Party August 19 Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will sponsor a theater night at the Biltmore Theater. 151 NK 40th si Mi ami. on Thursday evening. August 19. Curtain time is 8:30 p m Starring will be Sherry Britton. television and motion picture actress, in the Sam Hirsch production of "The Little Hut Co Marring i Rex O'Malley, Broadway performer, who has appeared in recent Biltmore plays here. Sholem Lodge has as its goal the sale of 540 Beats for the theater night. In charge ol reservations are Dr. M A KUinman, Olympia building, and Ed Klein 8 buildii Part of the proceed.uv for the reo nth finished n111l House on .he Universit) ol Miami campus at Miller id. and Dixie hwaj LEGAL NOTICE FL COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. NO. 144 144B MARKS Rt) -THERM ;":,''.,'. s v JuKH PAI L MARKS El r.KSE M A MU:K< ....! "AXLETMARK8. an,..,s. l K HNKSTN. l M ] ..P. uff)i HAfRICE n HARRISON MBTA M HEIN8 EMMA l K > > %  ETON v.; ATHE '• HJ INS R. HKME HEIN* V HESSE ANDERSON fk IDEM\K M Ml .-riiMCNP HESSE AN ynA HARRY ANDERS N tate, •v h-rnn v ST i • Ml kNI S B. • I li:• AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T" BDMI'ND HESSE \\; i:i:-"N. \1 i|RI ss Ri ifTI • LAF'ATETTE IA any %  %  • %  • Hen u n In ihi rait, a In I %  l %  .,'. : I I \l'!.k MEN WBDI\ -. • %  • ft I .. Una* Plat "..% % %  Rook .>r Par %  %  %  %  %  ADDRl ss I SEN' 'U s V. %  !AR PIED • 1 • r I tinxlchl In l %  %  ... %  •N THE etWcuiT COURT or THE 1, EVENThfc-WUOICIAL CIRCUIT, IN iSD FOVDI COUNTY, FLOS* D 'N CHANCERY N... 171511 NvV v OUtfC Plaintiff. x IJCK rtefrwdaWit ORDER OF PUBLICATION %  i .s ill.K'K II, \wlllle Mr> land I I A NOTIFIED ; % %  i nl r-i PI van •• i : OH, an.I W.II • u,-. %  • i.. thr Alll ..r Coin. miff. Ufflifr, anal nal An* In the office :i •'•.uit. on • ith ila n mix i. Ilogmtluna of IMU nphilot 'UI •>• lakrii an %  "' >, ; u >< i]ii> of A usual. ISM. I II I.KATIIKUMAN. i"lrrk of fluult <"<>urt lix I. HNKKDKN, l>cput) i'lrrk (aaal) %  i tUASow, ung. ry foi n.tlntlff ... In Road, .Miami Beach. Ha. It — /l NOTICE BY RULICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THSI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADC COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Na. ITISrt JOHN 1. St TTON. I-Ulnllff. va. Rt'TH E St'TToN. Dafandant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T ti"llfll that a Dill • for I'lvi.ir* tu< bun 111.H! .Tit >ou, an.l >ou t r*t|Ulrrour Anawrr or I' 1 ..i Una t<. thr Hill of <'omiilalnt on Attorney. IIB.NRV M. PAIN llaRlrr Hi. Miami. I lilr thr original Anawrr or K in ihnfflca of thr dark of i "..uit .in or before the >. ;.t.-Illl.rr. IM4 if ^..ll ., ,.ln lit bl 'It-fault will \.. f..r the rrllrf i. thr Hill ..f < -ini|i|alnt RDKKRD al Miami, .lay of Aucuat. AD. %  i \ HERMAN. I .urt. I i id< %  > inlj Florida. 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tern 1.1 "' p r lBM '• %  *H •n fo u 1th „f v uf the M BftjftJ] 2 jfiL %  i r, .., ;nly a, but i rf ihemfcf i ... | 1 T*w %  MA r '•Ilhi sj 1 n*| > M h**j | hKh aoaa t nd Ik w j pntaftl the 13, 1954 +Jewlst>ncricftor) JUS DIRECTORY YNAOOCUE will services a( r morning scrv with Harry $ii congregation. services arc i ally services and 6:30 p.m. • SMOLOM will MTvices at Samet, director i Region of the Mlttee, will %  turday morn t 10:45 a.m. Can • will render of the liturgy. MAIL NORTH%  l Friday l'Jp.m. Rahhi Bslclatr and TO Search of Albert Glantz musical portions of %  arning serv> the Rabbi t Ye, My Peoarlstein, Bella JaLllary Haiti at Kiddush r: e u. '.( I our VISH CENTER rening services |T morning servHabbi Alfred I "A Triple roken." John Ir. and Mrs. Albert .*) W^B Bs*^Br n ** r I Goldstein, and C Mr and Mrs 1 become Bar will follow. • $CHOOL AND rill hold Friday 8:45 p.m. Sat ^Be are at 9 April will offin the topic: "Let Comfort." Cantor Blant the musjurgy. Misha %  followed by dos. i will hold at 6 p.m. s are at 9 in the chaof Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen, 3210 SW 18th st., will become Bar Mitzvah. He will interpret the life and message of Jeremiah. The Rosens will be hosts at the Kiddush following. • • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss: "Comfort Ye, My People." Mincha is scheduled for 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m., with Rev. Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Jay Burton Keys will discuss: "The Fifth Amendment." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir assisting under the direction of Lucille Moore. • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Services will be dedicated to Allen Scheinblum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Scheinblum, whose Bar Mitzvah is scheduled Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate, with Rev. Mordechai Mailman rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. • • ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION will hold services on Friday at 5 p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak on the Portion of the Week. Mincha is at 6:45 p.m. • • • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:45 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rev. Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. Carpenter Piano Concertino Sunday Dean John Bitter returns to the podium at the Sunday evening conj cert of the University of Miami j Summer Symphony Orchestra at Miami Beach Auditorium after a four week respite during which Izler Solomon and Dr. IMoueste Alloo did guest stints here. Soloist will be Esther I'ayne. pianist, in a performance of the Con certino for Piano and Orchestra by John Aldcn Carpenter. UM tympanist Betty Cole will also be heard in a Concerto for Tympani by Jaromir Weinberger. Other works to be performed in— ** %  •" PAGE 11 dude Prelude to Act III from 'Lohengrin," by Wagner; Danse Macabre, Camille Saint-Saens; Perpetuum Mobile, Johann Strauss: Barcarolle from "Tales of Hoffman," Jacques Offenbach; and selections from "Naughty Marrietta," by Victor Herbert. Also to be heard are Let Prelude^, by Franz Liszt, and selections from Brigadoon, by Frederick Loewe MM Payne is an American pianist. She received her early training at the Chicago American Conservatory of Music, afterwards completing her studies in Europe. She has concertized extensively throughout the United States. Morrisette to be Honored William L. Morrisette, Jr., Eastern Airlines executive recently promoted to vice president in charge of traffic and sales, will be honored at a testimonial luncheon on Thursday, August 19, by the Miami Beach Hotel Association. In making the announcement, executive president Samuel Rivkind stated that some 300*persons are expected to pay tribute to Morrisette at the affair scheduled for i the Sans Souci Hotel at noon. Saul I Cohen, president of the Hotel AsI sociation, will preside. of Miami will |Jac %  k officiating. Treaty Discussed 'The Secret Treaty Between Moscow and the Arab League" will ob H. Kap-l 0 6 discussed by radio commentator Louis Gross on his program Sunday, August 15, 11 a.m., over station WMIE. Joseph Birnbaum will discuss the Weekly Portion. % start! — •' %  L CONGREGA Ken-ices Friday H, guest will offiH>rning services, iss will be conesident Louis mcha is at 6:45 m Seif will renion of the litJEWISH CENly evening scrv [with Rabbi Morin the first of >ly Day Sabbath fe>f his sermon is: iterance of Rabihts." Cantor IrvRobert Strassrtll conduct the of the liturgy. services are at slvyn Rosen, son Set or Phone Ma NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 4-*981 Uf I INSURANCE MUDS Metropolitan til* Insurance Ct. 907 Biscayne Bid*., 19 W. FIfUr|


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JUST 13, 1954 +Je*lsHhrikHan PAGE 9 nlyn Morris to Gerald %  igineer ( Hy M. Morris. 2645 liiimi. announce the \f thrir daughter, niv Frank, of Hopemt Mr. and Mrs. QaV%  New York City. I is i .student at Coruhere she will rear's deRrce in Febuple's wedding will jfiami in March. Ed ia graduate of thool. She received at the tlniversity year in dietetic inMedical College of led She also served If years as assistant |ian at the college I as dietetic teacher Hospital, Richmond, then resumed her Bell University. President of District %  Young Women, past %  \c Home Economics |niversity of Miami of the Home EcoIte Women at Cortrved with the U.S. br of duty included lawa He graduated pvcrsity of Buffalo in electrical engil*s. I.erson led Merc Evening. August 15. reception to honor Im Herson. Mrs. Herlauuhter, Diana. law are Mrs. Silas fs. Harry Rollnick. lance of the sisterlee has planned a km. which will in|s by Cantor Albert Ifereth Israel Band music. ke will include Rabs"n. President and jKutun. Mrs. Adcjresident of the Sis%  ortnn Durst, rcprekn s Club. Patricia Reisman to Wed Norman Sporn The engagaaaeatt of a Mary WMhincton College. University of Virginia, sophomore to a student at the Medical College of Virginia has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. 1 L. Reisman, 2251 SW 7th st. Their daughter. Patricia Nina, will wed Irving Norman Sporn. son of the Michael Sporns of Richmond, Va. Miss Reisman is a graduate of Miami Senior Kigli School. Mr. Sporn graduated from the University of Virginia before enrolling in medical school. No date has been set for the wedding. Mill Ktialyn Merr'n neering. He is now affiliated with the Nitrogen Division of Allied Chemical & Dye Co. at Hopewell. The couple will reside at Hopewell after their marriage. Births Recent births in the Greater Miami area, include the following: Robert Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Waldman, 6260 SW 58th ave., Miami. Paul Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kaminsky, 2635 SW 36th ave., Miami. Barbara Debra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Donoff, 930 10th st., Miami Beach. Barry Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Kut.scher. 2500 SW 25th ter.. Miami. David Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldman, 820 NE 139th st., Miami. Robert Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Finkelstein, 7945 Carlyle ave.. Miami Beach. Gizelle Zippora Leila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman, 1560 Meridian ave Miami Beach. Julia Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Auffhammer, 6840 SW 7th St., Miami. Linda Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson, 642 SW 9th st., Miami. Janet Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Feldman. 191 SW 18th rd., Miami. Lawrence Shawn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edelblum. 2530 SW 22nd ter., Miami. Charlene Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jordan. 500 SW 24th I id. Miami. Marilyn Arlene, daughter of Mr. jand Mrs. Stanley Schreiber, 228 NE 35th st Miami. Steven Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kram, 1567 Drexel ave., Miami Beach. Melinda Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neilinger, 1545 Mcrcade ave.. Coral Gables. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Vacation arrivals at Duncraggan Inn. Hendcrsonville. N.C., from the Miami area include Mr. and Mrs. Sol S. Goldstrom, 1524 Jefferson ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus O. Sarokin. Island ave.. Belle Isle; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin. 1435 West ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shultz. 3153 Royal Palm ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lift, 3704 Anderson rd.. Coral Gables; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kay, 5152 SW 6th st.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Ross. 1601 South Treasure dr.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Shapiro, 4235 Adams ave., and Sandra and Allen; Louis Rabinowitz, 1931 Bay dr.; and Donald Swartz, 6821 Indian Creek dr. %  s*? TV fr Mrs. Milton Malakoff leaves Friday for New York and Chicago on a vacation through Labor Day. In Chicago, she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Oliver Williams. With Mrs. Malakoff will be her son, Fred, who is preparing for entrance into Antioch College at Yellow Springs, O. %  ft -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Max Merkin and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Witman, of Tampa, are visiting Mrs. Merkin's and Mrs. Witman's sisters. Miss Edith Kanner and Mrs. Ben E. Frank, of 355 SW 30th ave.. Miami. With the Merkins are their chilI dren, Elise and Merice.


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AUGUST 13, 1954 **#€#>**-**•?> PAGE 3 Changes U.S. Policy-Morse lued from PaoV 1 cargoes to afltf rrooV les was asked ,&o th '* us considered in ifj/pru'cfchc current Jucz settle retary replied that arr e a ched between [the United Kingdom, as them, provided in genlie parties reaffirm the he Canal as an interna|rway. He added that he as negotiations and disveloped, the Egyptians lore disposed than they comply with the UN The United States, aaid has from time to time in its views on this subithe week, however, the uncut indicated that it trcede in the Suez setguarantee free passage %  1 to shipping bound to irael, because "it would opriate for this Governrge the parties directly i introduce a new matter at this point in the [so would undoubtedly achievement of a final said Assistant Secrete Thurston B. Morton, Bf Secretary Dulles. Mr. >mmunication was ad[Chairman Leverett Sal(the Senate Armed Serv%  ttee, who recently join [bipartisan group of legi urge the State Departtercede in the Suet setthe end that justice one in connection with irests. Department stressed, at "restriction on traf:>m Israel is one aspect problem of Arab Is is, an improvement of rimary objective of the ; in the Near East" rernment," the communed, "stands fully beecunty Council resolutember 1, 1951, calling to lift restrictions on raft Kbound to or from is resolution remains tc the Soviet veto of a tlution on this subject lebated by the Security this year. The United past has called upon Aspect the 1951 resolu rill continue to urge rith it." lat Egyptian assent to a forma! prsce treaty w non-agtWYMMn rPpw*, wrth Israel had been demanded as a prerequisite for Egypt's eligibility for American aid met with spe*dy denial during the week. S l bVhcifNewYMlTTinaMHUSfirted from Cairo that Egyptian sources had acknowledged that American hopes for peace in the Middle East had been voiced by Ambassador Jefferson B. Caffery during the discussions, but that these had stopped far short of setting Egyptian agreement to peace as a condition for aid. Dr. Mahomoud Fawzi, the Egyptian Foreign Minister, was quoted as taking the position that the current Egyptian-Israel armistice agreement was sufficient guarantee against a renewal of hostilities by Egypt. As American representatives discussed with Egypt the nature of the proposed military aid and the conditions under which it would be granted, Rep. Bmanuel Cellen asked Secretary Dulles to explain why Israel's application for U. S. military assistance has been ignored since 1952, while arms have been granted to Iraq, and a similar arrangement is being negotiated with Egypt. The New York congressman asked a number of other questions, pertaining principally to whether Egypt has indicated any intention of improving its relations with Israel in connection with the Suez settlement. He wanted to know how we could express concern to Spain recently about Spanish shipment of arms to Egypt, when the United States herself is preparing to do the same thing. \PBI6 RGAIN! AUTOMATIC SPENDABLE HEDDY KIIOWATT Yr Wirod Hond •A POWER A COMPANY Possibility of a new-world of hope for the bund lies behind the mathematical formulate, graphs and scientific language in a paper just published by Franz Ollendorff, professor of electrical engineering at Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa. There are electronic devices which can help solve the problem of blindness. Dr. Ollendorff has said. Named 'Sweetheart' Bob Kay, disc-jockey of radio station WMIE, was chosen this week as "Sweetheart of Omega Delta Psi," council sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Thursday evening, Kay was installed as. an honorary member for life. He was presented with an engraved loving cup by Brona Cohen, president. Rohrlich Chairman Registration for Hebrew and Sunday Schpol at West Miami Jewish Center will begin on Sunday, August 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fred Rohrlich has been appointed chairman of the education commit-1 tee. Barbara Greene Named President District Five Southern Regional Council of B'nai B'rith Young Adults has elected Barbara Greene, of Star Chapter, to a second term as president. Vice president is Bob Leuthold, of Hollywood Chapter. Secretarytreasurer is Rhoda Granat, of Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter. Advisor is Lorraine Kahlenberg, who was elected national first vice president at the National BYA convention. The Southern Regional Council acts as liaison between local BBYA chapters and national officers and functions under the auspices of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. It is composed of representatives from each of the four chapters in the area -Clara Hirsh Landau, Sharet, Star and Hollywood. A full season's program of recreation, education and service is being planned, recipients of which will be among others, the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas, the American Jewish Hospital in Denver, Colorado, the Children's Home in Jerusalem and the Henry Monsky Foundation in Washington, D.C. •II decked out.•• from 'HomTy From dp to to* ch McAlpia it bright sod fresh. Guest I rooms end public spnea have been handsomely redeco, rated and tvtmhlag'* %  / but the raw*. They resnaiB I a thrifty low, making d / McAlpm New York's -V greatest hottl value. • $4.50 single, 7.00 double 1500 newly redecorated rooms, with bath and radio. Many rooms with TV. sVoWwey at Mth ft. ) kJ.