The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
; 23Number 34
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[000 Moroccan Jews Seek Emigration To Israel
Attempt to Suppress Anti-Nazi Book
-d Russell Resigns Army Position
)N (JTA> An official
suppress publication of
look exposing German
i^ainst the Jews, creat-
re here this week when
sell, of Liverpool, the
Lrmy's Assistant Judge
General, resigned his
it than accede to the or-
'SSing his book.
tussell, a wounded and
veteran of both World
s a British representa-
jthe Allied War Crimes
f Friends said this week
[had been deeply moved
of the torture inflict-
European Jewry by the
|d hud drawn on his ex-
and discoveries at Ber-
fn and other Nazi death
writing his book, "The
of the Swastika," which
ed for publication August
Official opposition to the book
was based on reluctance here to
see in print anything that might
be offensive to the Germans who
are being urged to an armed role
in EDC and that might create
further sentiment here against
German rearmament.
A Foreign Office spokesman
said that "the Foreign Office has
never seen the book and has giv-
en no ruling on it. The action tak
en on the book has been taken
entirely on Lord Chancellor's re-
sponsibility. "However," the
spokesman added, "the Lord
Chancellor did first consult the
Foreign Office as to its general
practice in cases where a mem-
ber or former member of the For-
eign Office wished to publish a
book of a controversial nature.
The Lord Chancellor was then
Many Persons Secretly Warned;
Threats Issued to Leave Country
told by the Foreign Office that
the practice wag not to permit
such publication."
The Lord Chancellor subse-
quently stated Lhat the book was
found objectionable "not because
of the nature of the views" ex-
pressed in it but because of the
"undesirability of a holder of ju-
dicial office expressing views
which are intended to affect or.'
may affect a matter of present
public controversy."
The London Daily Express at-
tacked the government stand as
"a monstrous act of censorship."
The paper declared the book is
"strictly factual, a cold recital of
dreadful historical events. It tells
of the concentration camps at
JERUSALEM (JTA) Twenty-1 ported, were injured, shops were
five thousand Jews in Morocco looted, businesses and artisans'
I registered with the Jewish | booths that had been maintained
by Moroccan Jews for generations.
Agency for emigration to Israel, it'
was announced here this week. In
view of the tense situation in Mo-
rocco, the Agency has negotiated
with an Israeli shipping company
for their transportation. Sixteen
hundred Moroccan Jews are to ar-
rive here this month and 2,000 in
September.
A number of well-to-do Jews in
Morocco have received threatening
letters from Arab terrorists, order-
ing these Jews to leave the coun-
try within three months, it was re-
ported here by David Rubino, a
merchant, upon his arrival from
Casablanca.
Rubino, .in giving the first eye-
' witness report on the Moslem ter
1
,ypf
I']TJrt ,?Uchfer!wald- of ,ne : ror against Jews in Morocco, said
Warsaw Ghetto, of the massacres tha, Jews ,os, thejr ,jves ,
of Lidice and Oradour. and of the (ne pogroms in Fez and Petitjean
extermination of G.OCU.000 Jews." | last week. Many other Jews, he re-
U.S. is Charged With
Leading Negative Cause
*/.-

WASHINGTON United States is "trying to pursue
a downward course in economic a-
BiaUnce to Israel." the Senate Ap-
propriations Committee was told
by a hi.yh official of the Foreign
ment and from American Jewry as
well as from Jewish communities
in other countries
The Senate Committee made it
known this week that it had voted
Operations Administration He is to accept the House-recommended
ri_ i.....J
TcDaniel, director of U.S. Operations in Israel, shown
inspection tour of Jewish industry before leaving the
after two and one-half years of service there. Mc-
supervised the expenditure of millions of dollars of
tan grant-in-aid hands.
Norman S. Paul. Near Eastern re
gional director of the Foreign
Operations Administration.
(Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
left for Israel this week to consult
with top leaders of this govern-
ment on current developments.
During his absence. Reuven Shi-
loah. Minister Plenipotentiary of
the Embassy, will act as charge
d'affaires.)
Mr. Paul told the Committee that
the Israelis have made "quite a
remarkable recovery economic-
ally" due to their own effort, and
also due to the aid they received
from the United States Govern-
John 'Gears' Self at Conference
enauer Cabinet Bluebook
Of Old Third Reich Criminals
tt-TON FRIEDMAN .
JTA .
IINGTON Inquiries here
ng Nazi trends in West
are received with suspi-
M quickly dismissed; by
ashington officials, as a- re-
Ihe case of Dr. Otto John.
pmniunists made the most
M by Dr. John that he de-
East Germany because lie
hineed United States and
glides ultimately would re-
|he remilitarization and re
I <>n of Germany. Dr. John,
West German Intelligence j
[mysteriously disappeared
fest Berlin on July 20. He
in East Berlin on August j
i resa conference, where he |
was not perturbed by the
of treason being levelled '
West Germany. The per-
made these charges were
the same persons who had consid-
ered bim a traitor for participating
in the Jirly 20, 1*44, plot to kill
rfitler, he said.
Communist exaggerations and
distortion of fact have been clev-
erly exploited by apologists for
Nazism. Such apologists are using
McCarthyism against all who would
oppose German remilitarization.
An individual's views on whether
Germany should be trusted with a
new army are being interpreted as
proof of either pro or anti-Commu-
nism.
The Communist Party line now
happens to be shrieking out against
Continued on Pat* 2
Cabinet Coalition Endangered by
Restrictions; Disagreement Voiced
figure of $115,000,000 in economic
aid for the Near East. This sum
includes an undetermined amount
for Israel, estimated at $40,000,000
or ten
Arthur Z. Gardiner, chief poli-
tico-economic adviser of the Near
Eastern Division of the State De-
partment, testifying before the
committee, implied that Walter
Clay Lowdermilk, noted American
authority on soil erosion, is favor-
ing Israel for personal gain. Sen.
Everett Dirksen. of Illinois, asked
if Ambassador Eric Johnston's Jor-
dan development program followed
"the basic pattern set out by Low-
dermilk in his books many years
ago." Mr. Gardiner replied:
"Lowdermilk. sir, was an em-
ploye of the Jewish Agency, and
later of the Israelis, and his task
was to find out how much water
could be brought to Jewish tern
too' to serve Jewish needs. Now,
such a paper cannot be carried out
Continued en Page 13
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier,
Moshe Sharetfs coalition cabinet j
Tuesday faced a crisis when the
General Zionists, the second lar-
gest party in the Israeli Parlia-
ment, threatened to vote independ-
ently, and thus bring about a situ-
ation under which measures pro-
posed by the Cabinet may not re
ceive the necessary parliamentary !
majority.
The General Zionists and Pre-
imier Sharetfs party, the Mapai
disagree on the timing for present
ing to Parliament new changes in
the election laws Both the Gener-
al Zionists and the Mapai had al-
ready agreed to the changes them-
selves.
Or. Wolfer C. lowdermilk
.. (barfed with favoritism
were smashed by the rioters.
"The terror is not aimed speci-
fically against the Jews." he de-
clared. "The terror has its own
political motivation. But Jews are
suffering, and losing their lives.
Most Moroccan Jews want to leave
the country, want to emigrate to
Israel. This includes many who, up
til very recently, had no particular
desire to go to Israel. These have
changed their minds overnight, be-
cause of the pogroms."
In Algiers, Francis Lacoste.
French Resident-General in Moroc-
so. expressed his "deep regret"
over the recent pogrom at Petit-
jean which cost six Jewish lives.
He assured Jewish leaders that
he would "put into effect all steps
possible in order to prevent Jews
and other sections of our popula-
tion from coming to harm as a re-
sult of the propaganda let loose
here in consequence of the cam-
paign of hatred launched by ex-
tremists."
Th*se assurances were wired by
him to Benjamin Heller, president
of the Federation of Jewish Com-
munities of Algeria, and Jacques
l.i/arus. head of the World Jew
i-h Congress North African bureau.
The Jewish leaders had telegraph-
ad '! Laeeste, after the pogrom,
expressing "deep emotion and
shock over the outrageous mur-
ders."
M. Lacoste was urged by them to
take "all measures insuring the ef-
ficient protection of Mococcan sub-
jects of Jewish origin." They also
requested him to take steps lead-
ing to the "arrest and just punish-
Continued on Page 13
UN Chief Hopes
Truce Situation
Set to Improve
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Ma j.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns, newly ap-
pointed chief of the United Na-
tions- truce supervisory organiza-
tion in Palestine, told a press con-
ference here this week that he felt
the Anglo-Egyptian agreement re-
garding the Suez Canal would
bring about an improvement in the
atmosphere of the Middle East and
"one would hope that it would have
an effect on the Palestine situa-
tion."
He also expressed the hope that
Israel would return to the Israel-
I Jordan Armistice Com mission,
which Israel has boycotted for sev-
eral months
Gen. Burns, who succeeds Maj.
Gen. Vagn Bennike, said he ex-
; pected to arrive in Jerusalem on
August 19. He revealed that, with
Bennike. he would visit the capi-
tals of the states involved in the
Palestine armistic* agreements.
The new UN truce chief found
the Israel Egyptian Mixed Armis-
tice Commission acting in wiping
the slate clean of charges and
countercharges "an encouraging
development." "I hope to keep that
slate clean," he stated. He has
spent his time here, he said, in
interviewing and seeing the Secre-
i tary-General and the delegates
' from Israel, Lebanon and Egypt.

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Adenauer Cabinet Blnel-ook ..I War Cnnunab
Continued from Page 1
resurgent Nazism. Clear-thinking
Americans remained steadfast in
their anti-Nazism during the Nazi-
Soviet pact. Those were the days
when the Communists expediently
saw fit to aid the Nazi cause It was
then that Russian police turned
over to the Gestapo certain Ger-
man and Austrian Social Demo-
crats, including some of Jewish
faith, who sought refuge in the
Soviet I'nion.
Today, many who uphold free
principles feel that the remilitar-
ization of West Germany would bo
a tragically mistaken strategy to
adopt against Communism. They
[ear ii would facilitate Nazi resur
gence, and create ;> danger oi Ger-
man rapprochement with the Sov
iel Union, in a new alliance against
the West. Communists have raster
i Nazis to important posts in East
Germany while decrying similar
ocess in West Germany. But con-
vincing moral grounds are cited by
patriotic Americans who
know 'I'.it the murderers ol Euro-
,pe*an Jewry cannot-be truste.l U
i guardians of democracy
Soviet spokesmen exaggerate 'in
iNazi menace out of all proportion
| On the other hand. Washington of-
ficials minimize II In i > hl,h
also tend! to obscure the truth
|One doesn't haw to I"' i govern
iment officials to know thai mem-
bers of chancellor Adenauer cab
line! who were Hitler supporters
and Nazi! are Waldemar Krafl
{Minister without Portfolio Theo-
I dor Oberlaender Ministi i t>
M .,,, Exp. Ii G< rhai
Shroeder, Minister \ Interioi
Victor Preusker Housini
The head i I Di Adenauer's
Chancellor] H "' ,,: ,Dkl uh"
was legal adviser to thi N'azi Min-
ister "i Intei ior in th<
gime Dr Glol writi the
official commi
l.,. j raCia] |aws Dr Franz Mass
teller is counsellor ol the
rtice It was the same
Dr Massfeller who wrote Ihi
cial commentarj to the Hit
laws "for Hi' >n ol tier
man blood and honoi He partici
Southeast Region ZOA Plans Meeting
In Jacksonville; Burson to Report
Cantor Abraham \ Marlon.
of Jack-on. Florida
et ij the Zionist Organiza-
- i 11 oi America, has announci d
In- citj will be this
o thi S utheasti i n Region of
ZOA for its 17th annual conven
: 3 tO Ii
rhis year's convention will open
with ition on Fridaj S p
ti mber 3 from 5 t<> (i p m ai the
Hotel Roosevelt Fridaj evening
Kosher dinner "ill be held for
and Jacksonville Jewry
in the Jacksonville Jewish Center
,,t 6 p.in al which time (he Noun-;
.Hidaea- oi Jacksonville "ill pre-
nt a program.
Services in the main synagogue
will follow the dinner, when the
lacksonville Choral Society, under
the direction of Cantor Marton.
will sing. The Hadassah Chapter
ol Jacksonville will tender Kabul-
ath Shabbat at the conclusion of
the services.
On Saturday morning, regular
-ervice> will take place in the Jack
Minville Jewish Center, followed
by a special luncheon held for dele-
gates of the Southeastern ZOA Re-
gion in the Center. At 3 p.m., the
Jacksonville Jewish Community
and the ZOA delegates will be in-
vited to participate in an Oneg
Shabbat al the (enter, which will
this year take the form of an edu-
cation seminar.
Saturday niuht at 8 p.m.. marks
the formal opening of the conven
tion at which time Leo R. Burson.
president of the Southeastern Re
gion. will make his annual reporl.
This session will take place at the
Hotel Roosevelt where all dele
gates will be housed. Director of
the Region. Miss Helen R. Schnei
der. will also submit her summary
oi her first year's affiliation with
leo K. Burson
the Southeastern Region
Sunday's session of the conven
tion will be devoted to elect ion of
: officers. New plans for the ensuing
year will be projected, resulting
j from the session and plans made
at this year's annual national con
vention of ZOA in New York City
held at the end of June.
Sunday evening will be high
lighted by a banquet at 8 p.l
, the Center
Monday has been set aside for
the annual Southern Zionist Youth
Commission meeting at the Hotel
Roosevelt from in a m. to 4 p m
Representative! ol Hadassah and
ZOA will meet to discu-s the many
aspects of the program that the
Commission is prepared to present
young people of the Southea-1 Jew-
ish community.
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in Berlin's Spandau prison as one
,,l (he major ass.K-iates of Hitler
The calendar also contains writings;
contributed "> th'" ol Bo
Defense Mim-ter Theodor Blank.
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PAGE 3
lute Scheduled
luno Beach
. Grand Lodge No. 5 and
Hda Federation of B'nai
Lodges and Chapters will
jihiir first annual B'nai
Ltitute of Judaism in Flor-
|(. Juno Ranch Motel, Juno
[ugusl 26 through 29.
of the Institute will be:
. in a (hanging World."
nil lecturers will be Lud-
FiMihn, novelist of interna-
Inu' and Professor of Com-
Literature at Brandeis
Iy; Marvin Lowenthal,
(lecturer, traveler and hii-
Ind Kabbi Irving Lebrman,
(Kmanu-El of the Miami
kiritual leader.
Simon, local attorney, is
of the Institute Commit-
fcrs are Milton Mannheimer
Matthow Drosdoff, co-
j: Mrs. Jack R. Wein, co-
for women; and Louis
\, St.. president of District
dge No. 5.
jrst B'nai B'rith Institute
[jsm was held at Wilacres,
dtzerland, N.C., in 194.
at time, B'nai B'ritii In-
[ have become nationally
centers of Jewish learn-
ninar form. They are dedi-
the study of the entire
Jewish learning and tra-
ectures are conducted in
nal manner.
[our hope to bring to the
of Florida the learning
|itual rejuvenation that the
were designed to devel-
on explained.
unior Ranch Motel is lo-
J Juno Beach; Fla., approxi-
[l5 miles north of West
ach on U.S. Highway No. 1.
tankn of the Institute
pn Thursday, August 26, at
pith registration and room
fcnts.
School Slates
ration August 23
h and Kindergarten
kperated by the Coral Ga-
n>h Center Sisterhood will
gi'-tration for the fall term
I and 24 from 9 a.m. to 12
the Center, 320 Palermo
Tding to an announce
week.
will open September 7
iividual classes for each
from three to five years,
|by qualified experienced

him includes creative
crafts, music, games, su-
play. tield trips and a
{orientation program cen-
jund the holidays.
Beverages Will
bute Ballantine
pine Beer Company this
ounced that the new firm
Beverages will be their
ributors in the Greater Mi-
p of Ballantine beer and
Coy)*, of Coyle Beverag-
boen associated with the
tributing business here for
20 years. The new com-
its offices in Hialeah.
g Firm Moves
ng Arts, a Miami commer-
cing firm, has moved into
larger quarters at 1200
i st. The new location pro-
ore than 8,000 square feet
' space. Owners and opera
[the firm are Jack, Jesse,
and Al Teitler.
ig Socials Due
[in a series of evening so-
]11 be held by the Israelite
on Saturday at 8 p.m., ac-
to an announcement this
' Morris Goldenberg. hous-
rman, and Isidore Vishkoff,
chairman. The series is
the Center building.
IN MIAMI
087; 732 BISC ,
Mmfthtw K. ttckir
Becker to Continue
Studies at St. Louis
Among the many students who
will shortly be leaving Miami to
continue their studies is Matthew
K. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward L. Becker, 1121 SW 2nd
St.
He will fly to St. Louis on Sep-
tember 2 to begin advanced study
at the Medical School of Washing-
ton University, where he was ac-
cepted in the Fall of 1953 after
completing his pre medical require-
ments at the University of Miami.
The -19-year-old senior complet-
ed the requirements within 3 years
of his entrance at the U of M, with
an overall average of 2.84 out of a
possible 3, as a chemistry major
and zoology minor.
Born November 5, 1934 in Brook-
lyn, N.Y., Matthew lived in New
Jersey and moved here in 1944. He
attended Riverside Elementary
School and Ada Merritt Junior
High School. He is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, where
he played in the band for three
years. He made Etude Club, and
band honorary, and maintained a
94 average while in High School.
In 1951, he was granted a four-
year Dade County Scholastic Schol-
arship to the U of M, where he was
tapped by Phi Eta Sigma. National
Freshman Honorary, which he
served as senior advisor; Alpha Ep-
silon Delta, national pre-medical
honorary, serving as editor of
'Scalpel": Beta Beta Beta, inter-
national biology honorary; chemis-
try honorary of U of M; Alpha
Sigma L'psilon, honor fraternity
leadership group, where he was
scribe; and Alpha Phi Omega, na-
tional honorary service fraternity,
where he acted as alumni secre-
tary.
He was an active member of the
Tau Epsilon Phi, social fraternity,
Tau Xi Chapter, since his freshman
year, where he achieved the na-
tional Best Scribe's Key award, is
a past vice chancellor of his chap-
ter and won the annual scholarship
award trophy twice in succession.
Matthew has also worked as an
orderly at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
He was a student at Miami He-
brew School and Congregation,
serving as junior rabbi and presi-
dent. He was also president of his
confirmation class. For the past
three years he has been a Sunday
school teacher.
Hadassah Convenes
In New York on 22
NEW YORKMore than 4.000
delegates and guests to the 40th an-
nual convention of Hadassah, the
women's Zionist organization, were
arriving in New York this weqk,,by
plane, train, bus and auto from ail
sections of the United States for
the opening on Sunday, August 22.
of the four-day sessions which are
expected to have far-reaching ef-
fects on Hadassah s program in Is-
rael and the United States.
Delegates from the Greater Mi-
ami chapter of Hadassah will be
represented at the convention.
Among those attending will be
Mrs. Samuel Z, Sakrais. chapter
president, and Mrs, Irwin Wein-
stein, president of the Southeast'
region of the women's organiza-
tion.
Because of the gravity of many
of the issues facing the delegates,
the convention will open on Sun-
day afternoon, in contrast with
previous years when Hadassah con-
ventions opened Sunday evenings.
The additional session was sched-
uled to give the delegates suffi-
cient time for a thorough airing of
all problems.
Among the prominent American
and Israeli leaders who will ad-
dress the convention are United
States Senator A. S. Mike Monro-
ney, of Oklahoma; Governor Theo-
dore R. McKeldin, Jr., of Maryland;
Mayor Robert Wagner, of New
York; Israel Consul General Avra-
ham Harman, who is returning this
weekend from a visit to Israel; Dr.
Kalman J. Mann, director general
of the Hadassah Medical Organiz-
ation in Israel; Moshe Kol, of Jeru-
salem, director of the World Youth
Aliyah movement; and Louis Lip-
sky, long one of America's most
distinguished Zionists.
Latest developments affecting
the social, economic and political
well-being of Israel will be placed
before the convention, along with
recommendations relating to the
increasingly-important A m erican
cue and rehabilitation, vocational
aspects of the Hadassah program.
Robert Wogner
Beth David Plays Host
To Bible Study Class
Beth David Synagogue played
host this week to the Bible Study
class of the LeJeune Presbyterian
Church of Coral Gables.
Rev. Barges, minister, in con-
ducting a tour of the churches and
synagogues in Miami, made Beth
David one of his points of call.
Herbert E. Scher, president of
the congregation, and Max Jacob-
son, president of the Men's Club,
welcomed the group. A brief ex-
planation of customs and rituals
was presented to the group by
Nathan Zcichner, Sexton at Beth
David.
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A Lpmkoii for (Jf
The rioting, looting and murder of Jews now
taking place in North Africa should serve as
an example to those among us who continue
to minimize the miraculous reemergence of
Israel.
Occurrences In North Africa are the after-
math of an embarrassed France in Indo-China.
The failure of French colonialism there has
spurred nationalist and independence move-
ments in Morocco and Tunis. With them, have
come unrest and violence against the Jewish
community.
Pierre Mendes Trance has done all he can to
assure the peoples of the world that there will
be no mo:e rioting against Jews; North Afi
leaders, themselves, sensing gains in their po-
litical battle with Paris, are also nun
making such assurances.
The new Tunisian Premier for example, Ta-
har Ben Ammar. has promised that there
be no political, social, economic a
discrimination in the newly-formed
government.
"We consider our Tunisian Jewish CO-cil
as cur bretheren. We wish them Jo live and
prosper on the same basis as Tun Mos-
lems," he scid this week.
But the French Prime Minister's promises
were made at a time when his govemn.'
pev/er further to speak for Morocco stood in
doubt. In turn. North African pledges in that
regard were ostensibly designed to obscure the
Arab League's part in the controversy currently
raging there.
As always, the Jew has been a principal
scapegoat. Reports this week indicate that
some 25,000 Moroccan Jews are seeking to
leave their homes and to enter Israel. Time
was when no Jewish state existed that could
open its doors to the persecuted. Time was
when all of -us would stand, hat in hand, at
back doors to the governments of the world and
beg for mercy and justice. Time was when our
pleas might not have been heard.
Now there is a home for Jews even those
Jews who. but a short time ago, regarded them-
selves as Moroccans and Tunisians and who
offered little assistance to the doughty young
republic of Israel. Surel, there is a lesson here
for us.

A M.m of I'riiK i|l<-s
An Assistant Judge Advocate General to the
British Army resigned his post this week as an
alternative to compromising his principles. This
would be a small detail indeed under ordinary
circumstances.
But our time is fraught with the histories of
men who are making compromises with cir-
cumstance, and it seems to us a tribute to Lord
Russell, of Liverpool. England, that his scrupu-
lous judgment and unswerving sense of moral-
ity have won out over political expediency.
A wounded and decorated veteran of both
World Wars, Lord Russell is the author of a
book entitled "The Scourge of the Swastika."
Deeply moved by evidence of the torture in-
flicted on European Jewry at the hands of the
Nazis and drawing on his experiences and dis-
coveries at Bergan-Belsen and other concentra-
tion camps, the British Army official wrote
what is purportedly a powerful indictment
against the Third Reich, as well as against a
world that remained silent before Hitler.
The crux of the matter is that official circles
in London attempted to suppress publication
of Lord Russell's book this week because it
might anger the Adenauer government at Bonn
At stake, as they see it, is West Germany's wil-
lingness to join the currently controversial Euro-
pean Defense Community.
We applaud Lord Russel for resigning and
for refusing to be intimidated by official pres-
sures. If we ask the Germans to ally them-
selves with us against international Commu-
nism, let us at least not forget their nature
that they were our enemies during two World
Wars and that they sanctioned the murder of
six million Jews.
It seems to us that expediency can not, in
this case, be all one-sided.
During The Week ... a i s
By LEO MINDLIN
IT 15 THE BURDEN OF THE in!i\ idu..l eil

ISRAEL PACT OH JWISH AGUOt STfiTUS
.\<*\v Truce Chiif
in th<
He assumes the d

hat ha* c<
maintain the peace fo: v
begged when they wi
rig the latter's war of indep;
Under former administrations, the unsuc
ful truce mechanism in Palest.:.'
graded the United Nations as a world peace
organization. It must cl?o be said, with a sense
of bitterness, that the "new look" in American
foreign policy contributed no small amount to
general Arab recalcitrance, as well as to the
.nation bloc's specific unwillingness to
respect the decisions reached by hanassed UN
observers there.
It is to be hoped that Gen. Bums will bring
a new sense of vigor and objectivity to the
truce organization. Former United Nations of-
ficials were apparently all too impressed with
the growing spirit of amity between the U.S.
and the Arab nations, as well as with their
need to arrive at decisions in conformity
that amity. A case in point is former truce
chief Ma]. Gen. Vagn Bennike and what has
been reported as his ir, paralysis
face of Commander Elmo Hutchinsoii. /.
can observer attached to the truce organization
Much is at stake in the new appointment
Israel's welfare and the d.gnity of the United
Nations at large.
,, the traditional principles i \
., ,,ih,.r advocates <>f these principle v
their more central belief i ,
. (he ore of my argument here :,., *JJ
... (hat the subversive'* technique | ,V( '"' M
: invnKcs identifying himself with th.. ,,,
toto so that he may benefit from ,
,, |. uncovered and Called before any one ,,|
pirating throughout the nation
thii manner of ohfuscation h.,-
unist propagandistic trap | ., -im,n.''
ti democratic petition a wi
I,idol ; safeguards that delineate i
,1 v, rMve into Um scrutini/n. ; **
...n of guilt. *
nth honest individual
il ner.il attitude tOWSrd :
S be truly considered m
i ll .n-t.lutioii. ~i h ,|JniMJ_
gl\es th ,,rJ^H
An .re an democratic prii
metho i
GENERAL TECHNIQUE THUSFA* EWrLoYE0 I
- h i- been I.) |Jb|
(U-'aper- I lM ..(' n JP-
tag < impetitor i
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\tloin "Ti in th.
I
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lion is based upon
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Bg the will
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\ *ell h< ubjeeta himself t"
I i leral ads.
the Stati tttorne) bXCt ti
ncnl to the < j
Ublished n then)
loping a chain of ifkK
la laws .. I l-ral acts.
r
BUT MIAMI INVESTIGATORS MAINTAIN THEIR

I'.-iriloi. Our Error
For a long time, Moscow has been a
.ng the theory that it can do no ,
ot'tn. "e;o,ld ,s plo: S2
ot the boviet Union
What might b, .
sponse, and Hi
this week wh,
paper, published
accord with Russia^ lX$^* T
is interestinq, howevpr Pf,secution. Ii
story on ^*^J**~*'
Tass dispatch f.om Tel^viv 'Qined ta u
expressed that the public-,KP.""a Was
a denial of a Tass ,S r y Izvos,,a <
in cmy 0,her fash 0nTu^ '2 "" J* "****
Soviet press very rarelv "nusual" s'ce the
of its own stand V ^^^ 'ePdiaUon.
We might now assume that M
cded to cons,der itseU fall Kt TW has *+
probably be more into, JS /e: I" W"W
psychology ,0 add a dS^ *>
toward morbidy in le^T^^^
merei) seeking Information and th*
> not t>' invoked since answet
; i lUon What appears th
i .. i have all involved ,. nti of 12:
.. n.i I.ail.
fact that such citations an rpH
nl undue harshness, there is precedent i here.
i/ed opinion, for the denial of bail except in these i
i Involved; 2) where a pri rnmii
feared ih.it the individual ma) i the jar
What must not be forgotten here is the (act that penoej
i mvi .tigators havi merely been inbpi ei I and qj
' I indicted tor a crime. This situation hold i I
place throughout the nation; Miami fiprtal
i in the 1_' month contempt sentence
ird it would N' interesting to n aiJ
employed when American citizens are u ted
uding murder I'nder these circumstances, thi inrtividuallf
that hi i- suspect and that anything I may hi
him thus, Fifth Amendment immunity i- i.ill> unilj
him b) h..i subsequent!) beeoOMi the prosecuting tency '^T
failure until now to hold self incriminatn : munitysfl
i'i as ( ommunist Investigations are ronceraflf]
- to circumvent the Constitution an *-~tat>ua*
lor incarceration there, points to a .menMT^
in which we an- suffering today Then can be art
Ihi methods our investigative groups use t" uncover
I our tacit approval of them, characteri/. mass I
' certain!) l-oomcrnng at some futun- i .--nd ua
l""".....reedom we hold so dear.
IT MUST BE CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD that, -lonj
Hcall) minded Americans. I am in whole an rd wit :i
ms ..f current Communist investigations natioiiall)
:" unalterabl) opposed to the techniques employes' bf r
which in every manner simulate those used b> I
nt forms we deplore,
the earmark of the slow moving pi
> system of checks and balances in its legisW
''iii'v must involve a willingness to respect :**
" fellow citizens and to insist on then innorrttif
' Proven guilt) nor must it permit pre-judgment in *l
'her organ of mass expression; nor can it brook tfcf
; ">nch atmosphere wherein the surgery, whose endbi "a
while the patientthis free oati n-*"L
nited States depends upon a he.dthy rM"j
well as (r the dignity of the individual 1
',"""' as w'!l must involve recognising the t>pes '-**{
""" committeei of inquiry. Into this ...tegory law
"''""" "hose affiliations with Communism are past.,***
m*'Joined the pan, Msociated themselves with ->.pav!""
! > "lr intellectual or economic reas.m- J
tr.d, .' i'", 'r "' '""""""ism. once and for all separttint-J
-I American ideals, did not emerge for them unt.1
" Red global ambition and political tyranny betaaej
J" as we were attempting to establish universal peace. T"1
() '' an expression of fact.
Wh, jT0ry "' "ur ,,m<' Ganges this nations ph.losoph) ^
0ur *', ormprty reasonable is. in a growing spirit ol t***l
""">^d confusion ,n this regard, apart from pr'^f/J
<..n onl, f.nd us concentrating on the self purged aadj"
while ne?..2,eadw (r ^"P* "' information he ma) gnatt'^J
am .n. u ,ln"1!n ur r"'rcea to out root the stout I *2*1
aJm?o? i V"' "8h, w' mu* forward eantiousl) FttUjJ
mg JJir P,> *' ^hould remember that civil *,|
the monrent n0, ^ und"mi" y what seem, to be .be *


AUGUST 20. 1954
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PAGE 5
Ji in Chicago
,ch, of Royal Beauty Sup-
\liami. left this week to at-
It-, golden jubilee of the
and Barber Supply Institute
d (or Chicago. August 22
2ii itt the Conrad Hilton
usch is known here (or
oarticipation in the Var-
dren'a Hospital.
Youth Group Leaders Sought
Outstanding young citizen of
I each group in Dade County is be-!
ing sought by the area's league of I
Women Voters (or Citizenship Day'
j observance in Bayfront Park Audi \
jtorium on September 17
Each young representative will
I have a reserved seat of honor at
the 8 p.m. citizenship ceremonies
and wm receive a testimonial from
the Harvey W. Seeds Post of the
American Legion, sponsors of Citi-
zenship Day.
Youth enters, school groups and
Wlifiou*. civic and fraternal organ-
izations are urged to select one
such delegate Heading the young
citizens' project is Mrs. Earl C.
Barton, voters' service chairman of
(he Miami League of Women Vot-
ers. Co-chairman is Mrs. M. N.
Good, Langford bldg.
Supporting the project is Dr. W.
R. Thomas, Dade County superin
tendent of public instruction, mem-
| ber of the directing board of the
county wide citizens' executive
committee.
Peretz School to Open
Workmen's Circle Peretz School,
1545 SW 3rd st., Miami, will re
open for the new semester on Tues-
day, September 7, according to an
announcement this week by Louis
j Lasavin, principal. This year, the
curriculum of the school will be
extended, with extra class periods
scheduled, Lasavin explained.
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Miss Heinic Weds
Albert M. Leibow
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sundaj August 15. 5 p.m..
at the Algiers Hotel. Miss Annette
Reinie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Reinie. 811 Jefferson ave .
Miami Beach, became the bride of
Albert M Leibow. son of Mrs Gus-
sie Leibow, Miami, and Meyer Lei-
bow, New York City.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of the
(oral Gables Jewish Center offi-
ciated. Entire motif of the wedding
VII pink.
Best man was Lester Rubin. Maid
ol honor was Miss Sylvia Sir. wear-
ing white lace over nile green fash-
ioned into a floor-length strapless
gown.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Lester
Rubin, who selected a Dior blue
nylon lace and net gown, with
sweetheart neckline.
Usher was Norman Reinie, uncle
ot the bride. Miss Edith Mudrick
was in charge of the guest book.
Bridal gown was styled in white
nylon tulle and Dresden rose lace
Over taffeta, sweetheart neckline,
long fitted sleeves, molded bodice
and bouffant tulle skirt with lace
applique that extended into a
chapel-length train.
Newlywed Mrs I.cibow carried
a bouquet of white carnations and
lily-of-the valley. Her fingertip
Trench illusion veil was attached
to a crown ol seed pearl-
Mother of the bride selected a
midnight blue cocktail-length lace
complemented by 8 corsage
i tiger lilies.
For something borrowed, Mrs.
Philflp Schlossberg, friend of the
sent ihi' bride a p< arl neck-

ption and formal din-
m r at the Algiers, t fi couple flew
Mexico for their honeymoon.
t'pon their return, they will live in
Miami Beach.
a : -
Mrs. Albert M. leibow
Grippo, Meyers on
Havana Honeymoon
Mr and Mr- Melt *'
live '
wedding trip to H
th fi '"
Ih. brides hon
ippo,
and Mr- Lewis Mey. *>*<
ive Miami !;
,\ reo ption lor membi
immi
Delano H< I eremonj
The bride gi
con. Ne* M rk High Sc***
i,Tided iln Universitj oi M
Florida SUte I niversitj She grad-
uated from Sherwtod Music
School Chicago, and opi rated the
Grippe Conservatory! Mu it Mi
mi Beach, until herjrnan
The bridegroom if in the r<
rant buaini n ,
niipAY. AUGUST.
Mrs. Richard Fink left thi- week
to spend a brief vacation with her
parents in California.
Mr and Mr- Martin Polk. 1950
nrDorwTAT T V sw 32nd '' M'-'"" aimouiife Uw
I tiKoUlN ALL I birth of then- -on Garry it on
August 111 at Doctor- Hospital Gar-
rj joins in- three year- old sister,
Nanc) Mr- Polk i- the ilaughter of j
\la\ Rappaport and member of a
pioneer familj hen Rp- ol the
new arrival was held Tuesda) lor
immediate members ol (he famil)
Off on a one-month tour ol Men
ico is Miss Fannie Levitt, ot 281U
SW 26th st.. Miami.
^onNpjo WJfc vpv nn
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Eddy Newman, of Miami River
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Mr and Mrs Gustave Freeman,
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Miss Ethel Levin, of Winston'
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5800 NE 6th ct Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and
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son. Mr. and Mr- Hubert Gross-
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Splash' Party
programming will be
nth a "swim 'n splash"
by the Flagler Granada
(croup on Saturday eve-
ast 21. at the Clevelander
Martin Hirach, chair-
Lted by Mrs. Bernard
fchairman. are in charge
^ning of games, contests,
refreshments.
Oxford School Slates
Registration for all departments
of the new Oxford School will
start on September 1, according to
Dean Rabbi I,ouis Ari Cassel.
Enrollment of boys and girls in
the day and resident departments
will be at the newly renovated
school, 1204 West ave., Miami
Beach, between the hours of 9 a.m
and 5 p.m. daily.
Rabbi Cassel, who is current!}
Enrollment
on a tour of schools in Europe and
Israel, director Abraham Cassel
and other members of the staff will
be on hand to answer questions
and consult with parents and stu-
dents.
Oxford School will cater to chil
Iren from kindergarten through
high school and is offering a com-
pete educational program inclini-
ng arts, crafts and outdoor sports.
The new school, built on the
I grounds of the Adams estate, is
I the first community venture of the
i non-profit Torah Temple. Students
may elect 4o take some, a little or
i no religious education while receiv-
ing a complete education under
I teachers licensed by the State of
Florida.
First classes will start on Sep-
tember 20, and arrangements have
been made for co-educational fa-
cilities where necessary.
Passes Examination
Miss Charlotte Blumberg Fried,
a recent graduate of Northwestern
University School of Dental Hy-
giene, this week received word
that she has passed the Florida
State Board examination
Miss Fried is now associated
with Dr. Irving Gordon, Miami
Beach dental surgeon. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Blumberg, Miami.
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Miss Sussman Becomes Bride of Bert
Goldberg; Couple Honeymoons in Mexico
Miss Joyce Shelby Sussman be-
came the bride Of Bert Goldberg
on Sunday. August 15. in I cere-
mony at 11:30 a.m. in the Kismet
Room <>f the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiated.
The bride is the'daughter of Mr
and Mr- Samuel Sussman, 1580
West ave. Mr. Goldberg's parents
are the Harry Goldbergs, New
York City and Miami Beach
Newlywed Mrs. Goldberg was at-
tired in a waltz-length gown of
delicate starlet blue. The bodice of
French re-embroidered Alencon
lace was treated with a figure-
moulding long torso and deep
sculptured neckline emphasized by
the lace pattern which extended
around the shoulder Into a deep
back.
Her skirt was a billow) bouffant
of layers of misty tulle oxer peau
de soie. The headpiece w I S a
matching lace tiara with elbow-
length veil. She carried a blue
prayerbook with two white orchids
and stephanotis. and w a s given
away by her father.
Matron of honor was Mrs Arnold
Sussnian. Houston, Tex., the bride's
sister-in-law. She wore a short
gown of blue starlet silk chiffon
and carried a cascade bouquet of
white feathered carnations and
blue delphiniums.
Guest book was kept by Miss
Felicia Orovitz. friend of the bride
Max Lerman. of New York, the
groom's brother-in-law, was best
man. Ushers included Arnold Suss-
man, Houston, and Seymour J.
Sussman, Savannah, Ga brothers
ol the bride.
The bride's mother c !i..... a -hurt
mimosa gold gown of chantilly
lace, with brief sleeves and ion
trolled lull skirt.
A short gown of champagne lace
over toa^t silk taffeta was the out-
fit chosen by the groom's mother.
Hi r strapless gown had a crushed
lischu covering the shoulder
and full skirt with inserted lace
tiers
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach High School and holds the
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
University of Miami. She was pres
.dent ot Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
lor two years, a student govern
ment senator. Panhellenic member
and Ibis sorority editor. She is now-
southern regional president of
DPhiE.
Mr. Goldberg graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and holds
a BA degree Irom the U of M. He
was editor of Hurricane, campus
new-paper: president of Sigma
Delta Chi. journalism fraternity;
president of Lead and Ink. journal-
ism honorary; vice president of
Omicron Delta Kappa, national
leadership scholastic fraternity;
vice president of Phi Epsilon Pi,
social fraternity: member of Iron
Arrow, highest men's honorary;
and public relations secretary for
the student government
He is now a member of the pro
fessional chapter of Sigma Delta
Chi and publicity director for Da
nia Jai-Alai Fronton.
A reception held in the Scheher
ezade Room of the hotel was fol-
lowed by a champagne breakfast
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Out-of-town guests included the
bride's maternal grandfather
Louis Romer, ol New York, and
Mrs Harry l.ilstlg anil son, .Ionian
of Bridgeport. COM
The bridal golng-awa> -uit v
an oyster white dressmaker
chiffon worsted Th< couple
honeymooning in Mexico
f
are
Births
Recent births in the Git aler Mi
ami area include the following:
Jeffrey Richard, son of Mr and
Mrs. Sherwin Levine, 421 North
Hibiscus dr.
R erl son ot Mr and Mrs I ouis
Cautin, 12UI Pennsylvan i ave
Nina i
Samuel Zimmerman, '.".'5
Shore dr.
Ross Bennett, son ol Mi
Mrs. Milton Lewis, 2020
dr.
Ira Andre, son ol Mr and Ml
Albeit Kinsler. 1114 Ocean dr
Susan Joyce itei Mr
and Mrs. Davi I I ohi n, 2150 SV.
19th ter.
Barbara Vnne dau ht< r ol Mr
and Mr-. Reuben Levine 891 \i.
156th ter
Calvin Barry, si n of Mr and Mr-
Luis Sher. 3354 SW 28th -I
Sharon Lynn, daughter oi Ml
and Mrs. Hi ward Meyers, 9921 NW
100th si
Michael Bennett, son ol Mr and
Mrs Warren Stern !i s\v 2nd si
Jeffery Alan, son of Mr and Mrs
Irving Saxenhaus 940 SW 2nd si
Mrs. teonerd f. Parker
(iivciii'uld. Parker
Kxehantfe Vows
Barbara Vna Greenfield and
nl i- Parker exchanged vows
ing at a candlelight
the Algiers Hotel
Dr Jom ph u Narot Tempi) l
rael spiritual li
the double ring ci n monj Dr Ja
cob II Kaplan who married the
- parent -. gavi nedic-
lion
The former Miss (ii
i Mr .md Mr Irvint I
1495 N ulilus dr
: lather
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Mr- Paul
the
thj Sail, New York Nan
Edith Bernie and \rli .
tie ii won gowns ul
tlllle
Mr Parki r is f Mi
Mi- Morris Parki i Pa il Parker.
In- brother, was I
Thl lour
ol Europe and will sail >i the
Qui i n Elizi th The) plan to live
in Miami B<
I ,,. Sherman Chooses Lace, Tullel
fiilTela lor Wedding to Medical styj
l?1 .|, Kl ongn gation Sunday
w ,. t! ul the wedding of
rinan and Donald A Her
,. m double ring rites
p formed bj
. i i

Id, bride i- the daughter of Mr.
.,,,,1 Mrs Harrj U Sherman. 015
- I'.. rman is the son
B i man. 2421 Pan-
rwa; and ihe late Mr.
all
Civen in marriage by her par-
id, brtdc wore a gown ol
, and nykm tulle over
white t it!' la styled with a stand-
up ,;i;,r lace bodici short sleeves
nutlets and bouf-
l.irt
\ tiara ol pearls held her veil
prayi rbooii covered
., white orchid and shattered
Matron of honor was the bride's
; Mrs Bob Schwartz. Her bal-
|i ni-a length gown of mauve pink
< iv-tali He and nylon tulle had a
-birred bodice and apron effect.
attendants Mrs Murrcl Kastan.
. of the bridegroom, Joanie
Orlin and Henec Tubman. wore
similar!) styled gowns in blue and
earned matching carnations.
Ithonda and Lotiia Kastan. niece
ami nephew of the bridegroom,
were flower girl and ring bearer.

Mrs. Donald t. tt,n\
Danes for Veteram
To broaden it,\fteran,
the B'nai Bnlh Wono,]
Shore Chapter, arc fcavitf J
Sunday. Augu-t 22. 9 mi
Murrel Kastan was best man for i .. '_ F*7
h,- brother in law Uahen includ Mou,m R"11-' ,{""m"' tstj
ed Hob Schwartz, brother-in-law of Hotel. Chairmen of the i
the bride, Byron Cirlin and San- Mrs. Irwng Rubin and shJ
ford Kimhall. | Weston.
A reception followed at Beth El ------
Vfter August 26. the f
will live in New Orleans.
Mi Herman i a sophomore
in Tu mi Mi in ..I School
Krause. Lustig
mlhal Revealed
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will be married on Oc-
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mi I Mi-- Hlue and Gold.
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Miami on a Miami Fashion Council
hip
The bride-elect wu also a stu-
Inii Art Institute
Mi Lustig, son of the Saul Lus-
York City, attended New-
York University, where he played
varsity basketball He la now in
business in Nee York.
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PAGE 9
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Miss Habih OHtooses
September Wtxldii.tf,
Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Habib. 22S^
271 h .\t., announce the engagement |
of their daughter, Kachcllc, i.,
Adam Kimmski.
Miss Habib graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School, attended
the Lniwrsity ,,f Florida, where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi, and Pratt butitute in
New York.
Mr. Kaminski is a graduate "I
the University of Imsbruck in An-.
tria. where he received a degree >
in Political Science. During World
War II, he headed the American
.Joint Distribution Committc m
Austria for five years, then came
is tdith N. Bernit
Straus
Di- December
'li (if December will
marriage of Edith Na-
and Arnold M. Straus.
elect's mother. Mrs.
lie. 411 82nd ter.. Mi-
is announcing the cou-
thaL
run' attended the Univer-
nda and the University
i here her sorority is Al-
i Phi.
Hi-, whose parents are
Mrs, Alex Straus. 4202
ave., attended Tulane
and the University of
School. His fraternity
,i Tau.
^r of the Interfraternity
belongs to Alpha Kap-
Miicss honorarv.
Miss Margolin is -7
Mr. Heldman's Bride
Mim Loin Margolin 1 became the
>nde of Leonard Feldinan at a
double ring candlelight ceremony,
August 8 in the Algiers Hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Ahram.iwit*. Of the
North Shore Jewish ('enter olii
dated.
Theme of the wedding was pink
and white. The biides gown waa a
Cell Chapman original of pink silk
organza. The bouffant skirl and
sweetheart neckline -vere offset by
ruching of the same material.
Her h;it araa of pink silk organza,
trimmed in tiny seed pearls wi'h
fingertip veil of pink illusion and
traces ol -eed pearls.
Mrs. M. Lakritz, her cousin, was
matron of honor. Ben I tdman,
brother of the groo n, m
man
The bride Is the daugh er ol Mr,
and Mr^ M?v\ ^in, N. a
York. Mr. Feldman is the son of
the A. Feldmans, Miami Beach
The couple will reside in Palm
Beach after a honeymoon trip to
Cuba.
bris Win
on Bench
Mitt Knid David he-
Albert L. Apseloff in
lore Tarrace Hotel on
a< 1- the-daughter of Mr.
Max Davis. 25 North
[Miami Beach. The groom
; of Mrs. Lillian Apseloff,
O. and the late Isaac
fnnah Weindrop. sister of
groom, attended as ma-
nor. Junior bridesmaids
iv Scheineson and Sher-
P
Weindrop carried the
Minna Rae Leveson was
Irl Soloist for the cere-
| Mrs. Cora Leveson.
I Apseloff acted as best
Mitchell Davis, uncle of
\. was groomsman. Usher-
Maurice Beeman and
Jurruain.
honeymoon in New York.
Doffs will be at home in
path.
Miss Kachtllt Habib
to the United States in 1950.
Mr. Kamlnski's brother. Murray
Kamin, lives in Miami at 5530 SW
4th st. with his family.
The wedding will take place-
early in Septomber.
Accent on Laughter
At Biltmore Theater
The emphasis is on laughter this
week at the Biltmore Playhouse as
Sherry Britton and Rex O'Malley
join forces to make "The Little
i Hut" one of the bright spots in
Sam Hirsch's series of legitimate
shows.
With able assistance from John
, Behney, Miss Britton and Mr.
i O'Malley have kept local audi-
ences in laughter since the French
! farce opened Tuesday night.
"The Little Hut" is a situation
] comedy about a husband and a
wife and her clandestine sweet-
! heart, who are stranded on a desert
island.
The complications that ensue
' add up to an enjoyable nights en-
tertainment.
The play will be presented night-
ly except Monday through August
29, with matinees on Saturday and
Sunday.
Miami Chapter Meets
Greater Miami Chapter. Nation-
al Nephrosis Foundation, will hold
a regular meeting on Monday, Au-
gust 23, 8:30 p.m., at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel, room 2A.
Mrs. Lakritz Feted
At Past NuptuaJ
Local residents, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray H. Herlands, 7125 Rue
Granville, Miami Beach, celebrat-
ed their daughter Marlene's recent
marriage to Mr. Arnold H. Lakritz
at a post nuptial luncheon held
in the Scheherazade Room of the
; Algiers Hotel on August 7.
Mr. Lakritz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Lakritz, Long Beach. Long
Island, New York, and Miami
Beach, and the former Miss Her-
I lands were wed on June 28 in Long
Island.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School, the University of
Florida, where she was a member
of Los Picaros, Spanish honorary,
, and the pep" club, Mexico City Col-
lege and Charron Williams Com-
. mercial College.
i She is currently employed as
i secretary to the Dean of the Grad-
[ uale School at the University of
> Miami.
Mr. Lakritz was recently dis-
! charged from the United States
l Army, where he served with the
I Armed Forces radio service as
, chief engineer and announcer at
.the main radio station in Vienna
' Austria.
Since his return from Austria, he
has continued his engineering stu-
, dies at the University of Miami.
i where the couple are presently re-
' siding in the married dormitories.
The bride received her guests in
| her wedding dress of ice blue peau
de soic trimmed in degon lace with
matching hat. Aside from close
friends who attended, were her
cousins. Mrs. Doris Cantor, Miss
Barbara Herlands of Cincinnati.
Ohio, and Miss Lois Margolin, of
Brooklyn, New York, who became
the bride of Mr. Leonard Feldman,
a local Miami Beach resident, on
August 8. also at the Algiers Hotel.
Ktlingers Mark
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ettinger, 922
Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach, re-
cently celebrated their 50th wed-
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children, Arthur and Sidney, who
also live on the Beach.
The Ettingers. who have been
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their permanent home here. They
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Ackerman
Acker man Heads
Loan fund
Following a series of meetings
here, the Baron De Hirsch Loan
Fund of Greater
Miami has been
reorganized and
will be headed by
Leo Ackerraan.
insurance execu-
tive and long-
time resident of
Greater Miami.
Ackerman, who
is treasurer of
Temple Israel,
has long been
identified in 'Mi-
ami with numer-
ous fraternal, re-
ligious and philanthropic groups.
Local leaders indicated this week
that Ackerman's charge of the
newly reorganized loan fund will
mean that "the organization can
take its place amon^j the vital
agencies in our community.''
Elected to serve with Ackerman
are Max Silver. Harry O. Rabe and
Frank Rose, vice presidents; Mau-
rice Grossman, secretary; and Har-
ry Simons, treasurer.
Elected to the board of directors
are Sidney H. Palmer. Morris Al-
pert. R. William Apte. Benjamin
Beck, Leo Eisenstein. William
Friedman. David Kleber. Jack Mu-
ravchick, Al Quadow. Elry Stone.
Archie Buck. Leon J. Ell and Jesse
If. Freed.
The lion fund committee will
consist of Harry Simons, chairman;
Benjamin Beck. Leon Eisenstein.
William Friedman. A. Quadow and
Frank Rom-.
To serve on the publicity com
mittee are Max Silver. Sidney H.
Palmer, co-chairmen. Dave Kleber
and Leon Ell.
On the nominations committee
are Jos Freed, chairman. Morris
Alpert. Archie Buck and Harrv ()
Rabe
Arrangements are now being
completed for the acquisition of
permanent quarters where the loan
committee will met to receive ap-
plications. Date and place of com-
mittee meetings will be announced
shortly.
The reorganized Baron De
Hirsch loan fund is an affiliate
member of the Greater Miami Ji w
i-h Federation, and has adopted as
its slogan. The Free Loan \
of the Organized .lewi-h Commu-
nity."
Loan applicant- may make .'P
pointments at 82 2611.
New Chinch Bug:
Gas Available
Chinch bugs are now making
their annual attack on Miami
lawns, but chemist Harrv Silby has
come up with a new invention to
make certain that brown spots
wont mar the beauty of the many
green gardens kept so carefully
throughout a year by residents
here.
Silby. whose Chemical Special-
ties is at 243 SW 17th ave.. Miami,
is the inventor of a new chinch
bug gas.
"Chinch cas is actually a con-
centrated liquid which, when di
luted with water and sprinkled on
the spots where the bugs attack
grass, releases a lethal antidole
against the well-groomed lawn's
No. 1 enemy." the inventor ex-
plained.
According to Silby. the com
pound kills the chinch bug more
efficiently for two reasons, Firit,
the compound is highly effective
and second, it is a liquid that can
diffuse.
Silby explained that most pow-
ders and dusts can not penetrate
as easily as his firm's product
"Naturally, unless the poison
reaches the bug underground,
where it is at work, the destruc
tion of the* lawn continues."
One gallon of Chinch Gas con-
centrate, when mixed with the
proper amount of water, makes 26
gallons of liquid to use on the
lawn. Details of the product may
be obtained at the firms address
or at- 2-6446.
RELIGIOUS
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning ierv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Sunday services
are scheduled for 8 a.m. and daily
services are at 7:30 a in. and 630
p.m.
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
and preach on the topic: "The
Meaning and Value of Prayer"
Cantor Berele Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy (las- in Mishna is at 5:30
p.m.. followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami Will
hold Friday evening services al
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narol
officiating.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Will
hold Friday evening sen ices at
8:15 pin. Guest Rabbi Norman
Goldburg. of Augusta. Gs will offi-
ciate. Saturday morning services
are at 10;45 a.m. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at .6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Morton
i Samuel SalkOW
nulM,.,| portion- Of the 111
I Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. WlDWWl
by Shalos Seu.io. Daily services
., scheduled for 8 am. and 15
minutes before sundown
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold s.-ruccs Friday
night at 6:15 pja Saul Menngoff.
president, will officiate Sat"**"*
morning at 8:30 am He will speak.
on the subject: "Thou Shalt be
Blessed Before all People." lalimid ,
class will be conducted by vice:
president Louis Dublin at 4 p.m.
Mincha is at 6 45 p m Cantor Abra-
ham Self will render the musical1
portion of the liturgj
CORAL CABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Frida) evening sen
ices at 815 pin with Rabbi Moi
ris Shop offii iatini and preaching
,, the lopic .hi.Kiisni and our
Bill oi Rights' Saturda] morning
services are al 9:48 i m with the
Rabbi discussing the Weekly Por-
tion Kiddu-h ol sanctification will
follow Blessing Of the Sabbath
candles will be bj Mr- Maurice
ttblum in honor ol the naming
ol her grandson
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Frida) evening
services it 630 pm Saturda)
morning services are at 9 a.m.
Class in IVrek will be conducted
ty H. ijieiiberg at 5:30 p.m. Min-
cha is at 6 30 put., followed by
Shah- Seudos Daily services are
will render lfc> ,, | ., in and 7 p.m.
DIRECTORY;
Malavskv officiating nnrt prejilhlnftj
L ,he weekly Portion Cuih*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.,
to he conducted by Rev. Rudolf E.
Brill Saturday services will be
held at 9 am.

NORTH DAQ JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8.15 p.m., with Rabbi Hen-
rj Okolka officiating and preach-
ing on the topic "Impressions of a
Journey Cantor Maurice Neu will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, with the choir assisting
under the direction of Lucille
MOON Saturday morning services
re at 9 a.m. Daily services will
,,t 7 45 a m. and 7 p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. with Rabbi David
Shapiro officiating. Services will
he dedicated to the newborn chil
lr,n ol Mr md Mrs. Leon Poaster.
Dr and Mrs Melvin Stone and Mr.
and Mrs Morton Miller. Cantor
Mordechai Haalman will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
da> morning services are at 9 a.m.
Dail) services will be held at 9
am
The tenth and u,
of a successful ,*]
be presented by th. j.
Miami Symphony o^,
Sunday evening, AJj
P-"J- t the m,^ rj
tonum **Jl
John Bitter will con^J
chestra. Appearing "*?
Mrt will be intenuIl0JS
ed saxophone artist
cher.
Mr. Rancher will b
Concertino do phone and Chamber On!
Jacques Ibert and ihTi
sody for Saxophon*.-
by Eric Coates, both aX
for and dedicated to hi
composers.
Mr. Bitter will comhJ
chestra in Overtur* ^r*
riage of Figaro' w
Amadeus Mozart. Schtasa
Nicolas Rim-ky K.irsaltotti
dante Cantabile and |
Solennelle. 1812, both Ji
Tschaikowsk\
Long a champion of i
phone in svmphonic
Rascher remark- I (,
quently surprising that a.
sicians and the public areg
learning that already
sizeable bod> ol works ant
posers written specificiM
ophone and orchestra
composition- by Debt.
Glaiounow and other-"
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1
jency Polio
[Under Way
fcntvs emergency March
umpaign. part of a nu-
,- to raite S20 million
I, ir to fight polio, got
Monday.
,,untj goal is $85,000.
[, amounts welcome.
I drive chairman Rob-
hd. Jr. in light of the
hce "t polio here.
-uniians can contribute
Lpecial mail appeal en
1,-h they've already re-
Ttland explained,
[a double mailing enve-
mcludM a return por-
Ich addressed to the
limes office at 148 West
he said.
urged Dade Countlans
early returns, with
He out to the March of
feh may also be placed
slopes."
hiuh incidence of polio,
tan noted 143 cases to
Eared with 55 at the
jla-t year.
I maintaining these cases
Jlonal Foundation Polio
fariety Children's Hospi-
endous, and we have al-
Lt over $90,000. and are
pi funds," Pentland ad-
...kI the National
lor Infantile Paraly-
loul ill funds because of
l making the Salk vac-
I giving Gamma Globulin
j for I big polio cast- load
nation.
Beach Jaycees
Given Awards
"Our American Heritage" was
the topic of John B. Orr, Jr.r Dis-
trict 2 Democratic nominee for the
legislature, when he addressed the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce Monday rtight in the
Cromwell Hotel.
Certificates of accomplishment
awarded by the United States Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce were
presented to 21 Beach Jaycees.
They are Max B. Kogen. A. Budd
Cutler, Edward T. Newman, Mar
shall Wolper, Harold Rosen, Dr.
Stanley J. Coltune, Julian Linde-
nauer, Martin Drexel, David Shed-
roff, George Alboum, John Spotts.
William Holloman, Milton T. Horn-
stein, Larry Kimmel, Robert L.
Glasser, Ken Lawrence. Mel
Frumkes, Bob Schwartz, Phillip
Taylor, Paul Deedelman, Norman
Schwartz.
+Jewlsi) IhrlHtr
PAGE 11

lUBB'mw^w
Honeer Women's Groups
Plan Local Functions
Prizes and
for members
games are in, ajort
and their guests of
Sperling to Work Toward
MS Degree at Duke
Leslie H. Sperling, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Sperling, 3160 'SW
23rd ter., has received the BS de-
gree in chemistry from the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Originally from New York, he
moved to Florida in 1945 and
graduated from Miami Senior High
School in 1950.
Sperling plans to enter Duke
University in September to work
toward the MS degree. He has been
granted a $1,350 assistantship by-
Duke.
Anthony Gomez Named
Courtesy Award Winner
An act of courtesy, kindness and
service beyond the call of his duty
was the basis for Anthony Gomez.
a telephone company employee, be
ing selected this week's courtesy
award winner by the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. Leo Eisen-
stein, committee chairman, an-
nounced here.
Gomez was nominated by Ber-
nard D. Kaplan. 7545 Bounty ave.,
Miami Beach.
This week's award, a $25 govern-
ment savings bond, was made avail-
able by the Mercantile National
Bank.
the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women on Saturday night, August
21. at the Royal Palm Hotel.
Mrs. Fred Sandier and Mrs. If-
.in Labbie head the committee of
irrangements for this mid-summer
?ard party.
Walgreen's Drugstore Cafeteria,
244 NE 1st ave., will be thfe scene
for the Golda Meyerson Club's des-
sert-card party, Wednesday noon.
tllgUSl 25. Mrs, Rose Gersten and
Mrs Hose Marks are co-chairmen
for this event.
day, September 12.
Due to a shortage of Sunday
school teachers, a call is beinij
sent out to all Jewish agencies re-
questing applicants for teaching
positions in the Jewish Sunday
schools to register immediately at
the Bureau. 135 NW 3rd ave.
Sunday School Teachers
Needed in Miami
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
will hold registration for new
pupils from September 1 through
19, according to an announcement
of Mrs. Matilda II Ratner, presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation of Greater Miami.
Classes will begin In the after-
noon Jewish schools on Tuesday,
September 7, with classes begin-
ning in the Sunday schools on Sun-
Commentator to Speak
"President Eisenhower, Syng-
man Rhee and Joe McCarthy," will
(> di-iussed by Louis Gross, news
commentator, on Sunday, August
22, 11 a.m., over station WMIE. Jo-
seph Birnbaum will speak on the
Weekly Portion.
* I
Fenkell Attends Meet
Albert Fenkell, president, Alsco
Florida, is attending an interna-
tional sales conference of Alsco,
Inc., in Boston. Alsco is a pioneer
in the aluminum storm window
field and operates 36 plants in the
United States, Canada, and Europe.
being introduced by Gershon S. Miller, president of
Jeach Lodge, B'nai B'rith (left), is Sergeant Floyd Blay-
[charge of the ground observer posts for Miami area.
rgeant addressed the Lodge on civil defense at its
held August 11th in the DiLido Hotel, and secured a
limber of volunteers to help roan the observation post
[on the roof of the Roney Plata HoteL__________________
hg to be
August 28
|Gnldman, general con-
the new Agudath Israel
building at 7801 Cariyle
ii Beach, Wednesday as-
|bi Isaac H. Ever, congre-
Iritual leader, that the
would be completed in
the formal dedication on
I on March 18. the $100,-
|ure has been rushed to
through a recent $15,-
Ibution by Mr. and Mrs.
enker.
titute was chartered by
ige J. H. Morris in Dade
March 30, 1951 and has
Ming rapidly since that
jrdlng to Rabbi Ever.
phip in Agudath Institute
!is 250. with prospects
fluniiling that number as
Beach area continues to
added.
fun services will pay trib-
and Mrs. Schenker for'
"ible the completion of
ng at this early date. In
at the services will be
and national dignitaries
along with a nationally known can-
tor.
Rabbi Ever will deliver the ser-
mon. *__________
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Academy to Resume
Classes September 8
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, an-
nounced this week the opening ol
the 1954-1955 school year on Wed
nesday, September 8, 1954.
ijiplll llflfll
i-R,DAY, Ate
i-i.i.i .

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The Academy tin- year will in
Oblti r 1
.
BARNEY GUBERNICK

i
dude classes from Kindergarten
through the 8th grade. In launch
ing the seventh year t activity oi avis
the school. Babbi Gross id thai
ihe Academy will open with a rec-
ord enrollment oi som 275 -
dents
He added that students will be
coming from all sections ol the
Greater Miami area with speci
added transportation facilitie i
tended for these students, provid
ing them with newer bu es and
shorter travelling time

.

r.-ORRis N*

M

I II
'

Tserson Unveiling
The dedication of a monui
to the memory of '.he lati Vnn
Iserson, formerly of 2001 SW 23
St., wiU take place Sunday, Augu I [ l ...
21. 11 a.m.. at Ml Net"' Cemeterj
with Rabbi A Herson officiating
Mr. IseFson is survived by three
sons, Ernesl i I Miami an I !
and Fred ol New York: three
hters, Miss Agnes ol Mi u .;
- imuel of Nev \
MOH S "OR^l N


M
Isabel Blumberg ol B
i hi grandchildren and I
grandchildren Arrang)
in charge ol Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.
LOL'o C'iF t NBL.ATT
...
MR

MRS. EVA REINER

Bertha Schwartz, Mrs. Sarah Zis-- -

Pearl Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isidor
l-earl, formerly of 1773 N\V 21-t
ter., Will take place Sunday. Au-
u-t 22. 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memo
rial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S.
T. Swirsky officiating. Mr Pearl is
survived by two sons: Alfred and
Gerald; and seven daughters. Mrs
man. Mrs Mildred Sehlu>sler. Mrs.
Edit* Kramer, Miss Dorothy Loss
arff Mrs Ida Klein and Mrs.
Elaine Goldberg Mr Pearl was a
member of Congregation Beth El
Arrangements are in chargi ol
Palmer's Miami Monument Com
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Builders of Immorla1
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+fe*lst>nrr*H*>n
PAGE 13
Moroccan Tews
>k Israel Emigration
ChdrClf* U Wi + h VM'X (:"V'rnmcnt in Tel Aviv on a
fG W.J. \ I project to develop tourism
from P9 I
tors and i-xecu-
re"
\\ I nnes compared
Uiven by the new
di with the Moroccans, to sec to it
that minority groups- are
guarded there also i
In Tunis, representatives of Jew-
ish organizations continued t;iiks
'" l Im' n here this week with politic;,! lead
1,h'' r! "> makp hat there will .
runisia'8 Jewish
h the anti-JewUh
. Pointing out that
ccs came from the
CO, the Times
|( will lie necessary
v hatever steps are
better modus viven-
fity Singers
ison Here
be
no discrimination against Jews in
the hew convention now being
drawn for limited internal au-
! tonomy for this French protector-
ate. There are 80,000 native Jew-
in Tunisia.
There are general guarantee- on
the law books here now. securing
i equal rights for Jews An 1857
treaty asserts that "no distinction
is to be made between Tunisian
Moslems and Tunisian .lew." Ar-
tj Singers of tide 8B of the Tunisian Constitu-
ted tin- clo-r Oi i .in Thursday eve- jects of the Tunisian regency of
it the Miami whatever religion have i he n^hi to
nter, 21st st. complete security of person, prop
illy and honor."
S ilomon, mem- There have, however, been in-
wa* honored stances of legislative discrimina-
the lead in re- lion against Jhws. a i re of the folk law admitting Tunisian U) n
Vmerica Sing- mental p'^ts, heretofore rest
Yomefl di- tor Frenchmen dhly, -t..!. tint
' positions should be open to
Tunisian Moslems only. The Jew-
ish community U m.w seeking
guarai/ -t further discrim-
ination of that kind in the future,
under the new regime.
Negative Lm4
Continued from Paga 1
lo the full and do justice to Arab
needs.'
Klsewherc in his testimony be-
lore the committee, Mr. Gardiner
said the State Department felt Am
iddr Johnston, in his water de-
velopment negotiations. "was very
Close to agreement on the Arab
side, but that the negotiations with
Israel may prove to be more diffi
cult."'
Mr Gardiner told of the State
Department's genuine conoern"
"over the Arab refugee problem. He
said, 1 do not think that those
who were interested in establish-
I reel over the past 30 years.
in Congress and elsewhere, can
ROW wash their hands of this prnb
lem. Th;- (Arab refugee probienu
I" one ol the results of Hie estafa
lishment of Israel."
Pen Ign aid experts here said
Ho- week that despite the fact
United Btatea representatives had
1 an agreement with the Is-
rael, this agreement may
in
not
They pointed out that the new
Mutual Security Act, now pending
before Congress, would prohibit
implementation of the pact. The
new bill, they said, is so written
that U.S. funds will not be forth-
coming to carry out the project en-
visaged. The new Act specifically
states that the U.S. is not allowed
to use funds for governments
benefiting by the Act to encourage
travel.
The project was expected to coM
$200,000 in American money, with
a corresponding sum in Israeli
pounds to he provided by the [9Mel
Government. An Israel Govern-
ment communique had hailed the
pact promoting tourism to brae),
and 'old of Israel's plan- to cater
to tourist-- and to accommodate
iln m in the best possible way.
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1 \ ices and inter
Former Miami Teacher Dead
Arthur Wolfson, a resident of
Miami for many years, died in New
York on Sunday, August 8.
Mr. Wolfson, who came here
from Flint. Mich, taught in the
Hebrew schools of Greater Miami
and for many years was a member
of the Hebrew Teachers' Associa-
tion.
For the past three years, he had
been associated with Beth David.
He was also known as a cantor and
composed and arranged liturgical
music.
Mr. Wolfson. in addition to his
musical aecompiishmenfs, was well
known in local art circles. On sev-
eral occasions, his paintings were
exhibited.
Masada Dance Due
Hasada, Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist in Irkt, will present
.1 1 oung adult ball on Sunday night,
August 22. in the Neptune Room of
the Robert Richter Hotel. Dancing
uiii star) at 9 p.m. Proceeds of the
affair, according to Jerry Miller,
the District, ill be
used : various Zionist
p>'" < 1 bairn in of the affair
1- Lei! .' ho will be aaslrted
in Soldinger, Stanley Joso-
witz, Gloria Waldman, Mareella
Waldstein, Archie Goodwin and
Abe Schaffer.
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afe small, and each child may re
j ceive t he full training, guidance
i and attention of the teacher. "The
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explained.
Piano lessons, ballet and art
; classes are part of the schools' cre-
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I trips, diversified outdoor sports
1 and horseback riding are also avail-
able.
Every week during the school
term each child receives a physi-
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This year's curriculum at the
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' program for public school children
of working parents attending dou-
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FRIDAY. Al
Simon RifkmTStat^ment on GvllTiteirieB
U11HV" M.'m.m _................wisJied crime BH on tte tadfc
dictions a. how actwf *
been in defending civil liberties bj
cymbaling communism. ^
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Blmon II Rll
hind w.is L'nlted Stalai i>i--11 i.
for the Southern Dlatrlcl ol Sew la f
from 1941 to IMO. I" l'"-' -"i'1 '*
, ii .nl\ laol ..ii Je Ish '"
i,, the Commanding Ueneral, i S
Fun-... European Theati i Hi
r. ii11v a member of the Me 1
CHj Board ol Higher Education The
following address wai delivered befori
the r<.....ni annual meeting ol the
Philadelphia Chapter ol the American
ji m i-ii Committee I
By SIMON H. RIFKIND
Through the bitter and glorious j However, my purp. ;n
experience of many ages, free men I point is not to reuum
have learned that civil liberty is achievements nor todtaHlM prn
never permanently achieved but lent policies, b
must always be regained, a/id that
have '1492 ai
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indictment of
ur.,M I ,: ., grand jurj It prohibits putting
W'TKl..........., u.,iri:irfiv twirr for
"'t^'.M^t".i"., Spanish an) per**
at might
loyalist ho
in jeopardy twice for
.'.,. offense. II provides that
kl'' w,,h '".- ,!,," person -shall b- compelled in
this
past
it must be shared. There can be no
true civil liberty for the nobility
when it does not extend to com
mon folk; or fur Aryans and not
for non-Aryans. Civil liberty for
nice people is impossible if it does
rot reach the malcontents.
Another thing that we have
learned is that those who share and
cherish human rights must always
expect opposition. It was Thomas
Jefferson who reminded us that
the tree of liberty is watered with
the blood of free men.
Sometimes the battle for civil
with vou certain Issues on which
the Committee has not yet taken j
position. Thus I caution you that
the following views are solely mine
as an individual: I do not presume
to voice the sentiments of the Con>
mittee.
Let me ask you to examine the
technique of those infiltrators who
denounce communism and Com-
munists in such ringing terms Fre-
quently they claim to have found
hundredsor may be 57 to 130
Communists.who must bo-I thins
the expression isrooted out.
But when you carefully evaluate
liberties may be fought in so forth-i,ne accmpli'shment of these infil
right a fashion as bloody combat. I (rat0rs. you discover that they
Sometimes the fight is more com-1 seem {0 strike their best blows
plex. at our own civil liberties and at
Today that fight is complex in-j our own national pride and confi
deed. As so often in the past, it is
being waged on two fronts. On one
front is the battle against commu-
nismboth international and do-
mestic. I need hardly argue to an
American Jewish Committee audi-
ence that civil liberties cannot sur-
vive under a Communist regime.
Like all totalitarian systems, com-
munism recognizes that it must de-
stroy individual rights or itself
perish from the criticism of free
men.
As you know, since 1947. the
Committee has rendered a service
to America and to American Jews
through its many notable contribu-
tions to the over-all effort to com-
bat communism. A few examples
may indicate the extent of this pro-
gram.
Through a many-faceted educa-
tional and social action campaign,
and through such pamphlets as
"The Communists Friends or
Foes of Civil Liberties?" and "The
Hands of Esau." the Committee has
been exposing Communist pre-
tenses of befriending ethnic and
nationality groups.
In 1950. when Communist fronts
were circulating the Stockholm
Peace Pledge, the American Jew-
ish Committee initiated a widely-
publicised statement in which the
Synagogue Council, the National
Council of Churches of Christ In
the U.S.A. and the National Catho
lie Welfare Conference exposed
and condemned this bogus peace
movement.
irinei ol Magna i arta. thereby
SuSt'ly W to the urrc*rg
1(;IMkmi. 'I tre.....n ol which Senator Me
Carth) speaks
Mora than a century later ttont
came Sir Edward Coke, i tag*
.,,, .,,,, as wild a radical M Sen-
ator Brick.r. Coki preached dan-
gerous doctrine thai the king wm
under the law and not above it.
I call it dangerous doctrine because
Sir Edward Coke should have re-
alized that in years to come some
long-haired law professor would
argue that if the king VM under
the law. why not Senators and
Congressmen?
Almost two centuries elapsed
and the acorns of "the law Of the
land," sometimes also called "due
process of law." grew into great
oaks I'ndrr the influence
that in criminal pro
accused shall enjoy the right to a
speedy and public trial by an im-
partial jury; that he shall be en-
titled to be informed of the nature
and cause of the accusation, and to
be confronted with the witnesses
against him, that he shall be en-
titled to compel the attendance of
witnesses in his behalf; and that
he shall have the assistance of
counsel for his defense.
I have read these amendments
times without number, and never
yet have I discovered that they
contained any exception against
royalists or traitors or Indians or
Communists. Never have I noticed
that these provisions were limited
to times of peace.
Some persons unversed in our
history seem to have the illusion
that the Fifth Amendment was
of written into the Constitution in a
time of calm and security. Such is
fort to show that everybod) In the ami all it- trappings The) rejected
I state established church They
adopted i federal, rather than a
centralized, administration But
some part- nf their heritage they
country who disagrees with him is
a trlitor,
I might perhaps suggest to that
distinguished statesman that his
phra-e might be mure aptly word-
ed "seven centuries of treason"
kept, and kept well indeed; chief
among these was the notion ol due
For. as the Dean of the Harvard process f law. To perpetuate that
Law School recently reminded u
the roots of the kind of treason of
which the Junior Senator from
Wisconsin speaks reach back at
least as far as the year 1215 when
the English barons, using tin-
threat ol violence against their
king, exacted from him the V
Carta.
Upon the parchment of that
great charter it was written that
"no freeman shall be taken and Im-
prisoned or in any wa) de-
stroyed except b) '
judgment ol his peer- and b) the
law of the land "
There is no suggestion th ii this
firm rule applies in criminal trials,
but that in legislative hearing
thing goes
Betwen the feudal scene
military pomp at Runnyt
heritage they wrote into their Con-
stitution the Fifth and the Sixth
Amendments,
in recent days we have beard
so much about one clause ol the
Fifth Amendment that most of us
have forgotten how much more it
contains It provide- that no per
ion -hall be accused ol a serious
Americans had just bloodily won
their lreedom. And in the South
and Southwest were lands under
the dominion of France and Spain
All of these great powers looked
askance at the rising new state and
did little to conceal their contempt
tor its puny power
It was a pitifully weak nation
indeed, exposed to danger on all
sides, that wrote into the Constitu-
tion a charter of freedom. In fact,
even the idea of nationhood had
imt yet taken firm hold among the
people of the United States; in
their midst lived large numbers
oi royalists who regarded the re-
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In 1951 and again in 1953. afterIwhere this great guaranl..... lib
years of intensive research and ertv was wrested from a kin. and
analysis, the Committee published the Mies-lighted, televisioned
ScruWS ,ht Sov't't Union" chamber of a congressiot
and "The Jews in the Soviet Satel- room, there i- an unbroken chain
Jites documentary studies of the of events
gradual extinction of Jewish life That chain, to which tune had
behind the Iron Curtain i added man) link-, i- what the
Numerous articles in the A.IC- frightened witness at a con
sponsored magazine. "Commen- sional investigation in the
tary and in our French magazine. 1954 -cues for support when he
evidence, have also helped un chooses to remain silent II the
mask the nature and strategy of Wisconsin Senator is correct m la
communism Both publications, for belmg such silence treasonable
example helped combat the world- then we have had seven centuries
nii toC(;mrT'unisl,wlnsP''fd cam-; of preparation for such In
paign to attribute the trial and con- Magna arta was signed in Kng-
viction of the Rosenbergs to anti- land; had it remained there the
'Sm '" ,he Lmted states Gov P|ca "l ,m' Klf,h Amendment
ernmtnt. might never have been heard in
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PAGE 15
IGAL NOTICE
LNDEK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVKN that
ng to i-HK In
the fictitious name of
II CUT CENTER, at 11
nio-nilK to rellw
HI, the clerk of the Clr-
i. i.- County, Kiorni.i
I., ,1 IS OiNSBERO
.; Alts
\pi.llcants
let (ft.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIIV OIVRN that
the underslgneit. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
II. R. MAR at SOT. N W fith Av.. .
Miami, int.'iiHp to register khIiI na.....
with the Clerk of th.. Circuit ('..ml of
I iiulf County. Hortdii.
MAt'liK 8. BITTNEH, Hole Owner
KKSSI.KK \- (iARH
Attorney! for Applicant
17M W, Flintier St.
/U-*V-27
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
k- HEREBY OIVBN tli.it
I, desiring t" engage In
h, r ili.' fictitious name of
IBI'TINO CO., nt .."i
|l! intend to register said
clerk of the Circuit
,. i'..unty, Florida
yvis i BROOKS
IIRI KiKS. in:
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LIGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[- HKRKBT OIVBN that
Irlrtg to engage m
tltlOUl ii-ii......I
. i i 'III >N CO. (Not
W 2nd A V. !., Miami.
lid ii.ime itli the
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is ii KBYSEH
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UNDER FICTITIOUS
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i. .t Ins t.. enlace In
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Miami, l-'i.i.
in the circuit court of the
iith Judicial circuit in and
for dade county, florida. in
CHANCERY. No. 17141J
MART LANZA. I'lalntlff.
vs.
MIcii.m;i. Lanza. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: Mli'H \i:i. LANZA
East, bestei I'.oail
Bronx, NVw York
Von are li.-i eby notified thai BUI
or fmnvlalnf 'or Divorce hs s been
filed against you, and you are eereb;
required to serve a ropy pf ... n An
ewer to the Rill of Complaint on
I'lalntirr attorney, and file th.
hnal Anajrei In ibe office ..f the Clerk
of th4. Cirvuit Court, on nr befora tin
7 da) "f September. Ia.14, otherwise,
the alienation* of sahl RIB of Com-
plaint will I... taken ai OoafeSel .1
acutust you.
Darted this 4 day of August, fsr.I.
K I: LKATHKRMAN,
i 'l. i k ol 'In uii Com t
li> : I, RKBBDKN.
Deputy Clerk is.-.ill
CEOROR .I 'I'AI.I A Nl 'I I', EMU
Attorn*) r.'i I'laimirr
IK) i.i......n Road, Miami Reai b, Fla.
S/6-13-:
|NTV JUDGES' COURT
. TV. FLORIDA
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if intention to make
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discharge
H ii tti.il I li.i,.-
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ii v S'K RLANTi IN, Coun-
i ... i 'ounti. Florida. r.i
rinal report and t..i
Admlnlalratrlg of
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August,
INK sen LESSER
MANNHEIMER
Adnilnfciitl atrix
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;iRCUIT COURT OF THE
Th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY. No. 17172*
i.ms, i'lalntirr
IMS, Defendant
:e BV PUBLICATION
Tl 'MS
1.1 iuule
Avenue
11 i\.ii, Connecticut
tl IIKRKilV RI.XJI IRKD to
op of your answer to the
|n 11mi in the above i-auw
'n the plaintiffs attor-
II. the oiiglnal In the Of-
lerk of the Circuit Court,
-'"th. day of Septeni-
-.aid Hill of Com-
I iken as confessed by
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO 30913-A
In Re: Estate of
HERN V.N BENJ \MIN. I.......-. d
TO A I.l- CREDITORS AND ALT.
F'KRKi i.NH II \VINO claims I iR in
MANDS AUALN'JjtT 8AID ESTATE:.
Vnii. and each ii>.tifi. .i .iii.i required to i : senl . i.i I ma hi i demand! a blch you, w
eitli.-i of you. ma) have against the
. Mate id HERM \N BENJAMIN, de-
caaaad. late ..f Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable Counts Judjrea ..r
Dad* County, ami file I hi
tli'ii- nffii... in the Count) Court
ii...... in Hade County, Florida, within
eight i .ii.ii.i.i: rnontha from the date
of ilo flral p ii.n. .lion hereol
..I demandi i..... in the
l.-tal addraaa of the lalniant and to
be awol n to and pre I .i 'oi -
hhIiI. or eaiiu. will be b
Date Anmm tt, AiD I
I.i if I.- ZIMM"\
IRVINd BENJ WHN
a Bxi- ulori "i the Ijiat Will
and Teatamenl of
HERMAN BENJAMIN
l.. .i .1
AARON M Is'ANNKi:
A tlol ne\ f..t Bxe< nloi s
-I.....land Itlilu Miami. Fla.
8/6-13-JO-^V
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
]h- iimlei- iL-n.il. ile-irinn to enaaae In
I.n.lne-B under the flctitioua name of
SANS Siil'i'l AI'ARTMKNI'S. at fill)
.Ith 8treet, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
lend to register aaid name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of leide
County, Florida.
THOMAS WHITE
._. FRANCES WHITE
FRIEDMAN AND HIIAI'IRo
Attoui.j.s for Thomaa Wlm,. and
EYanres Willie
\ l-ll-tO.27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 171413
EU.KN BROOKS, Plaintiff
fi
EDWARD B BROOK8, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO EDWARD It HidiKS,
Refill, n. nnknown
Ton, EDWARD BROOKS, are here-
in notified that a (till of Ciniilamt mr
Divorce has been filed against you.
..nil you at,- raqutled to Ml
ol ) .mi Anawer or Pleadlna to i
of Complaint on the plaintiff'-- Attor-
ney, BEN KSSEN K23 Beybnld Bldr.,
Miami, and file the original An aver
olina In th. ,,ffi. of the dark
of the Circuit Court on ... before the
tl. da) of Heptember, 1964 it you tail
to do -ii, iudain.-nt by .I.fault will be
Laken a*a nal you f"i the rellaf de-
in.iiiileii in the Mill of Complaint
l i\i: \\H ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, (his Ith day or August. A Ii
i
B. H WEATHERMAN,
k, Circuit i 'oiirt,
1 'ail.- 'ollllt v. Flo! Id i
B) WM, W sriicKiNi;.
ii'ir.nii Court Seal) Deput) Clerk
BEN Essi:.\
Attorne) f.n I'lalntirr
8i : HeyDold HPIk Miami, Fla.
v 6-13-20 r.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVRN thai
the undi ralgned,
buaineati under the flctltloua naai. of
I ERN I'ltiilH'i TS COMPANY
\ W 7-Hi Si .Miami. II.....I Intend
to reclater aaid name with th.. Clerk
of the Circuit Couri ol Dade County.
da
RONALD W FERN (general partner)
SOPHIE B i BRN (limited pai tnei i
13-211
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
th.- in. i. i ing to engage In
M under (In- fictitious nan,., of
RICH sai.ks .ii M(M s W, -Hi Streel
Intend* to register aaid name
with the Clerk of ih. Circuit Court
of I lade Counl i. Floi Ida.
JACK RJ3ICHMAN, Sol* ow n.-r
QEOROE CHERTKOF
At tot ne) for Applicant -
Dlympla Rldg.
7, in 8/6-1" -'I
i
l.n or AugUKt, 19.M
l: I.EATHERMAN,
' Circuit Coin t
. i oiinty K.orldu
; w.M w. errocKiNo,
Deputy Clerk
|ln IMAN KAPLAN
fol I'lalntiff
|li k.iiI.IIiik. MianU H, I-la.
I'
IClRCUIT COURT OF THE
|TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY No. 171724
liOODFRUBND, i'lalntirr,
looDFRIBND, Defendant.
"OTICE TO APPEAR
XRNol.D COOKKRIEND
Soltiel set Place N. W.
Bimgton, i>c
hereby ordered and required
cop) of your answer to the
hi.ii mi (or divorce, a copy
Is eiidoried herewith, on
attorney and rile the orik-
ufftoe or the Clerk pf tiie
nt of Dude County. Hor-
'. lore the XOth day -A Sep-
I. oth.rwls* the allegations
II will be laken aa confesaed
Auaust 16, lf:,4.
E B, I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk or the Circuit Court
n> WM w BTOBKINO,
I may Clerk
1 RAND
I I'lalntirr
Building, Miami 32, Fla.
I-10
N THE COUNTY JUOOts' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. B33302
In Re: ESTATE l'\l I. s ORUEM, 1'rceltsed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credttora and All I'ersotis Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You, and each ot you .are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims nnd demand* which you. or
ileter-ot ymi. may have, against the
estate or PAL'I. 8. ORl'KN. deceaned
late or Dade t'oualy. Florida, to the-
Honor.ihle County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same irf their of-
fices in the County Cotirlhouae In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
rirttt publication hereof. Said claims
or demands, to contain the legal ari-
dreaa or the'rlalmant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or .-ain.;
will be barred. See Section 7S3.1b or
the lt". Flotuitc Act
Date Jul) L'Tth. A 11. IS.14.
KI'RT MKM'KI.
THEODORE BERMA
Aa Administrators of the
Estate of
PAl'L S. ORL'KN. Deceaggd.
KI'RT WEU.ISCII
Attmnev for Administrators
1414 Congress Bldg., Miami, rla.
l/f-ll-re-tf _____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18. HKREItY OJVEN that
the undersigned, desiring engage In
business under the fictitious name or
COMMERCIAL LAWN BERVICE, at
ItOt Fifth Street. Miami Beach. Klor-
ida, Intends to register said name
wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade .-ouhO^norld. ^ fr
7/30 8/6-IJ-20 ______________
S!
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE is HEREBY OIVBN that
ikih-iI. deairlng to engage In
indei th.- fletltlous name of
oltlOI.N'Al.S ill MIAMI. a(
-ml St.. Miami. Intends to
L>ald namelklth the Clerk of
II Court of Dade Count),
CIIAI NCEY STi'Ni:
OREENSTIEN. INC,
'RE R NELSON
l"i Applicant
I .'.-In
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
18 HEREHY OIVBN that
itned. ilesirlng to engage In
iiuUr the fictitious name of
SHi -PH. at 716 Lkn.-oln
flanil lleeh. Intends to reg-
name with the Clerk nt the
. ..de Count v. Horlda.
M^A COpPEB. Bole Owner
/t-ii)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the rb'tltb-na name oT
STFVE CHATl.OS SCRAP METAL *
SAIA Ac.i;. at 1070 N W S7th I ourt.
Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to /-gist r
aaid- name with the < lerk of the u -
cult Court of Dade County. Flo, 1,1 a.
KTEPHEN CHATLOSK* owner
IRENE CHATI.os -' owner
OOLDMAN (lOLI'STKIN
Attorney for Registrants .-,.,-
3K Beacm Boulevard. Miami, Flnruln
7/30 8/6-13-30________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _, ,
NOTICE IK HKREBT OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
business under the (I. tltlous name or
XNTI-I'EST SYSTEM si 1056 Alton
Road, Miami Beach. Florida.
to register the said BUM
Clerk ol the Circuit Ogflt
'''i'Ja'ted at'Mul.1 Peach. Florida. Ml.
9th day of AhU.us.,v.hy.-.4 ^^
nIIkm-vn'k SSl^n h _
IBM AlfMi Road. *"! n'rh S*' ""
8/13-20-27 /3 ___^_____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 171572
JOHN L. BUTTON, Pbtlotirr,
\ -
R( "I'll E BL'TTON, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: KITH E SI'TTON
Route S, Box 47H-A
Nlles, Michigan
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce rm hern (II.
ed against you, and you are required
in serve a CUpV "f your Answer or
I'b-.i'llng to the Bill or Comi.laiin
the plalntirfs Attorney, HENRY
CAIN, 231S W. riagler Si. Miami,
Fla.. and rile the original Anawef Or
Pleading In the ..rrice or the t'Urk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
13th day Of September, 1154. ir you
rail to do go, Judgment by default will
be taken against you (or the idler
demanded In the mil or Complaint
DiiNE AND ORDERED a) Miami,
Flotilla, (his lOlh day or August. A.D.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. UREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal i Deputy Clgrg
HENRT M. CAIN
Attorn*) for piaintirr
W Flugler St.. Miami. Fla.
I I3-2Q-27 f/3____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 58 HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, ipwiriug to engage In
business under (he rictltleus name of
SUNSHINE POOLS, ut 2>0l S.W Mth
Sir. .t. Miami. Ha Intend to register
raid name with the Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit Court or Dade County. Florida
l-.ERNARD SIRKUS
PHIL BAROCAS
7/30 8/6-I3-2U ^_^_____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
' COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 109 149-B
MARKS BROTHERS CO.. a part-
nership consisting or HERMAN
MARKS. PAI I. MARKS. EUGENE
D MARKS anil STANLEY MARKS,
and also ERNEST NEl'FKLD.
Plaintiffs.
MAI'lticE It HARRISON. META
M HEINS, BMMA HEINS TEM-
PLETON, ACATHE c. HEINS, R.
HE8SK II E I N 8 CLEMENTINE
HESSE ANDBRSON, (ka CLEM-
ENTINE M. HESSE. Deceased,
EDMI'NH HESSE ANDERSON and
HARRY ANDBRSON, Deeeaaed;
and all peraoni claiming any estate,
right, title or Intefeal In, or Hen
upon th.- real arof>erty herein m i id. il. or any part thereof, which
Is located in l".nl.- County, State of
Florida:
Tracts 19 and SO of BENDLE IN-
VESTMENT COMPANY'S SUBDI-
VISION, in Section ,-i of Xownetilp
'. I Route, Range It East, acco
Pitt (net eof, r*i urged In Ptal
Rook i. al Pace 17 al Ui. Public
Rts ..I.! ot i i.,cit. i 'ountj I- lorlda,
Dafendiinte.
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i'Mr Mi HESSE ANDERSON,
IDDRERS: ROI'TT: ..
LAI AYBTTE, QA.
ii oibi'r pel tons i laIminl
estate, ibxht, title oi ln(.....st In, or
lo-ii tfpog th,. reni property Involved
In this suit, which is In Dade
I '..UII' Flol III,|, t., w|t
Trui i- II and uO ..r BENDLE IN-
VESTMENT COMPANY'S SUBDI-
VISION, in Section or Towi
.14 S.uth. Kane* | I... I according
to iln- I'l.it ih. i eof, t....i ii.il ,n I'l.ii
Rook I. at Page I of the Public
Records of Dflioe I'-nmi, Florida;
ADDRESS I NKM iWN
Yol' ACE HERERY NOTIFIED
proceeding to Quit I
ought In ih, i*ir. uii i'.
.i ml foi I Mile I "...iti! .. Flot
nil pergons claiming an) estate, right,
or lien upon, the
follow ing described real pn
ate in I'.oi.. County, Florida, to wit:
Ti.i i- II .mil :.n of BENDLE IN-
VESTMENT COMPAN Y s HUR.
I.i visit in, In Section of 1
ship M South, Rang
. .. .Iini; to t he Plat t in-.....f. re -
corded in Plat Book I, al Pa
of Hie Public Records of Dade
i 'mini \. i "I it..
a in i you areta req
a cop) of your Anawei or othet I' H
Ing in the BUI or Complnlnt to yulet
Title .i- \ nde i on Plalntlffa' attor-
neys, OENET at OENET, 120 l.n.- in
Road, M .1:1.1 Bi a.-h. i-ioi Ida, and file
u: in.il A nan er i-i Ol hei I leading
in the office of the 'lerk of '
.-nit Court, on or before the iith das
,.r Sepi.....bar, IM4. if you fall to do
so, j ilium.-nt b) iirr.iult will be taken
against you for the raUal damanded
in ii:.- Bill of Complain! aa Amended
DATED al Miami, Dade County.
Florida, this in day of August. 1164.
E II. LEATHERM \N
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: I. SNBEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
S.' 13-211-27 9/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious num.- of
CORAL WAY TAVERN, at 1231 S.W.
22nd Street, interrd to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
I'AVIIi ;. MAXWELL
THELMA ANTOINETTE
MAX WEI.I.
KESSLER s- OARS
Ad'uneys for Applicants
1711 W Ftegler St.
7.:n l/g-13-MI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
,AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171511
NANCY CLICK, Plalntlfr,
vs.
ECRTON RLICK, Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: licit ton GLICK
Kg!" nth Avenue
Silver Bjirlng*. Maryland
fOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that a 1:111 of Comiilaint for Divorce
been filed against you. and
ai. hereb) required toeaerve a copy
of nun Answer (" the inn of fk.....
i on I'laintlfi s Attomay, agid
fi.. the original Anawer In th- office
or the Clerk or the Circuit Court, mi
or before the i ith da) of September,
in'ii. otn.i wi-.. the alaBgationi .( ggli!
Hill of Complaint'win be taken aa
against you.
da of August, 111*4.
I. I. I.EATHERMAN,
i "lerk of en ,-uit 'out t
H I. BNEEDEN,
Deput) Clerk I seal)
UEI >R< IE -I I'A I.l AM i| I ', I-.SIJ.
Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to angnge in
business under the fictitious names ..f
Ft i.\ 8 INN I >X H RES PAI I: INT,
ui So Dixie Highway, Mia
ild name
a uii the i "lerk thi C n ult Court oC
Ida.
HIKADE a HACKENBERG CO., IN1'.
ii in
HENRY M cain
tor Applicant .
2il8 W. Flaglei Si Miami

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREHY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to etntiim In
buslnega under tha fictitious name or
IRENE SHOPS, at 1SZ0 Wasalngtea
Avenue. Miami Reach, Morlda. in-
tends to register aakl name with the
(lerk if the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Horlda.
I.OLA ANN. INC ,
a Florida copjMiratlon, sole owner
OEOROE J. TAI.IANOFF, EStJ
Attorney for A|>plicant
tl'ii Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach. Fla.
s/13-20-27 9/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QJVEN that
:'i.' undersigned, deairlng to enBagrc n
undei the flctltloua naiae of
MAYERS :. RoBBINS al llet Con-
gr, b Bidg ^l 'in. Intenda to register
-aid name with ihe Clerh of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florid.,
I i: M IYER8, Sole Owner
20-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the uiMutralsxned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A S DISCOUNT AOENCT. at ::7
N.B J-i Avenue, Miami, Flottda, in-
register said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dadg
County, Florida
ALBERT A SO.VTAO
LED ACKERMAN
MAX R. S1I.VKR I
Attorney for Applicants I
,:-2 Seyliold Building. Miami 32. F.a.
I, Jn-1'7 9/3-10
t.nd to r
C|. ,\ ol
Intends
with the
o( Dade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVBN that
the un.lerslgned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltb.us name or
NXTAI.IKS or MIAMI, at 2J. K.
^r^^H.'-rUe'Wk lSflf?
Court ofU.de ^^untv.n.'.;^
ATA1JE N. OULEN
/ll-2-S7 /3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage in
business under (be fictitious name of
UARDENIA Al'AR T.VIENTS. at -
^tl-^t, Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, and MB-IIO-CIO 9th
Street, Miami Reach. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Cbi k
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
I loi Ma.
IRVINQ KAPLAN and
IDA KAPLAN, his Wife,
Bole owners
I'AI.I.i iT SILVER \- MCl.l.oY
Attorneys for Irving Kaplan
ami Ida Kaplan
> 13-30-17 9/3
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage I"
business under the fictltleus name of
ClEOROsrs AMWM SERVICE, at
11*00 North Miami Avenue, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ot Dade Count).
""""'""koRCE .1 I.ILI.I. Sole .Owner
ROBERT J. l.EWISON
Attorney for tieorge's Amoco Service
7/30 *7.-13-!0 .
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NrrTTCE IS HEREHY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
SHORES BAR. at 11711 NE ?nd Ave-
nue Dade County. Horlda..lntends to
register siild name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade Cou
K1"r,d" RICHARD MILLER. Owner
HENRY M CAIN
Attorn.-v (or owner ,
till W V .agler Street. Miami, Fla.
7/30 8,i-ll-3 ____,
k of
unldj
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thut
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
THE BARGAIN MART, at aXSt N.W.
7th Ave., Intenda to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dads County^ Florida.
FRIENDLY FROST
TELEVISION SERVICE. INC.
MAC M Kit ME 1.1.
KLS AS"**' !!?
/JO I/.-1J40
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engsge In
business under the fictitious name of
JANR'H SHOPS, at 6 Miracle Mile,
total Cables. Ma. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court irf Dade County. Florida.
J \CK KAHN
SALLY KAHN
LEON KAL1SII
Attorney for Aptdkanta
Rail 1 hi Pont Slug
1'13-30-27 9/3
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VHN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
allied novelties, at 94^-944
N.W. :.th Avenue. Intend to register
said name with Uie Clerk of Ote Cir-
cuit Court ol Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM CHANDLER
MICHAEL DEL I'lANO
KESSLER OARS
Attorneys lor Applicants
17-J \V Flaglei St.
7/30 8/6-12-20
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• PAGE 12 Academy to Resume Classes September 8 Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, announced this week the opening ol the 1954-1955 school year on Wed nesday, September 8, 1954. ijiplll llflfll iR,D AY, Ate i-i.i.i %  ,„*....., „, -u The Academy tinyear will in Oblti •• r 1 • %  BARNEY GUBERNICK %  i dude classes from Kindergarten through the 8th grade. In launch ing the seventh year t activity oi AVIS the school. Babbi Gross id thai ihe Academy will open with a record enrollment oi som • 275 dents He added that students will be coming from all sections ol the Greater Miami area with speci added transportation facilitie i tended for these students, provid ing them with newer bu es and shorter travelling time r.-ORRis N* %  M %  I II '• Tserson Unveiling The dedication of a monui to the memory of '.he lati Vnn Iserson, formerly of 2001 SW 23 St., wiU take place Sunday, Augu I [ l ... • 21. 11 a.m.. at Ml Net"' Cemeterj with Rabbi A Herson officiating Mr. IseFson is survived by three sons, Ernesl i I Miami an I and Fred ol New York: three hters, Miss Agnes ol Mi u ; imuel of Nev \ MOH S "OR^l N M Isabel Blumberg ol B i hi grandchildren and I grandchildren Arrang) in charge ol Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. LOL'o C'iF t NBL.ATT ... MR %  MRS. EVA REINER %  Bertha Schwartz, Mrs. Sarah Zis-%  Pearl Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Isidor l-earl, formerly of 1773 N\V 21-t ter., Will take place Sunday. Auu-t 22. 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memo rial Park Cemetery with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr Pearl is survived by two sons: Alfred and Gerald; and seven daughters. Mrs man. Mrs Mildred Sehlu>sler. Mrs. Edit* Kramer, Miss Dorothy Loss arff Mrs Ida Klein and Mrs. Elaine Goldberg Mr Pearl was a member of Congregation Beth El Arrangements are in chargi ol Palmer's Miami Monument Com Friends and relatives are ked to attend. Builders of Immorla 1 Memorials fir the P15T7 0 tVZTC Jewish Trade | St, t aw *"—* %  %  I S I K APLON %  %  MRS BESSit RO mm; m& I HEALTH RfSOPT 00 •If U.'WV f 1C "d .it • o-r c ..v. K* ... ri pom* I i %  • 4 1 tag fi Look for thp 2-S'n' V White Building Thurmond M:nuT.er.t Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opt.i Sundays Phone 83-0249 REGULAR HOME SERVICE Rogulai %  • • %  %  %  DRYWOCD TERMnES ERADICATED HYLOH :JH0Q %  I WANT MY MILK' TRikVH0LE SKT 82-6441 BCACH 5-3444 Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON BAIANCIS UP TO '25.000.00 Compounded Semi-annuaHy • Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st SAVINGS INSURED UP TO 10,000.00 Complete Commercial Banking Services DRIVE-IN TELLERS BANK BY „ AU PAN AMERICAN BANK • %  %  VRS SOPHIA • %  LJJJEAL --• % %  1. \l II \ i ..i Includ %  ,i,,i p.iNia Rln. Ihree •' .iii.l. Iitl.h. n % %  '" %  %  '"' %  • s "> 1,1,1 In ltl\fiul Mrin.-ilil rlaarh itli M i la EMMA GOLDMAN u .. hinjtlun v., Mi in,i nd ConAlnaj ii.i • |,,| || I., .ill |,l V .-.,. ;,„,, ,,..ni|,.-| .if tli, III. I. I .. k-' .III'' III%  • I K.ilin both of Miami %  V %  in.ii Im.l I..I.I in \.- hrl.l lii %  : •! don't Miami MRS aCCKIE COLUB \ iii Khi ..I. I,, i. from ... HI I l> K111' „ .in I ,i In i ii. %  Mirk*) i ,, i Mi II,-, i i.il I. '|..l. a ilh -in MRS ROSE KOMN i .1 \ .M \ Vork a ii.-. %  rHire Aila• a >n. Hir> two \. : i and Mr* ,.. %  / i,.,in ..r M i nil v. I • 'It 14 Ul lll< M. M Ml V.-I .. • Vil>fti\ of ( ;. \I\I1IK • |.li l: %  •I i. ;, i,r I % % %  •I. M B AMA M omp!e1e and jbepindM cTilk\ IAMI TITLC] & abstracts M 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE CO ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSH Title laturaac* Pelicio el KiKiei City Title lasurunct Ce. Capital, Serafei t leirmn f*cW S3.0O0.000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TEXEPHOB "In Ow 20th Year of Come nity Sen I | and fce sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES H0A"0ofN/7fD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Oocro Proffered TEL, 2-2H2I C'foler Miami Delivery v; Our form of 1* l tire U ** fa.^ ^ STATION WWPB 1450 •" Your Oiol proudly Brn,„ !% WWSM CLASSICAL HOUR ^ "ilh ', The D tan i %  < % itnh Com-neafo,,,, ; Morris Nasatir lerv J,ndo, |„ m 9:30 0 1 1 """ Ou, Cue,, ,0 fl rVi„ SiMON W01F •*•••* Yidd,,h Ae.o, Dade Fed $ CAW HEW YOU WITH LOW COST, EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT, HOME FINANCING! Otto*! to BUY, BUILD, REFINANCE, REPAIR or Consult our frtondly Home Loan about your homo financing problem. THERE'S NO OBLIGATION! SAVINGS Account, here ere INSURED IS^ifl Savins* end Loan Insurance Corporati"" i,m ; ,. jl Iwice .i year for you at the current rate n Dade ffedei XJSIPM M. l#TON. Prr, deal Now 4 convenient offices to •*"' -IAIN OffKI l£S\\ AUAPATTAH SRANCH ID ,V*i 1*00 N.W. Mib Street iJV %  ttSOUtCtS IXCUO SI MIIUON D0H*J MSftVIS IXCIEO 1. MHHON P0U"



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AUGUST 20. 1954 £1 jency Polio [Under Way fcntvs emergency March umpaign. part of a nu,to raite S20 million I, ir to fight polio, got •Monday. ,,untj goal is $85,000. [, amounts welcome. I drive chairman Robhd. Jr. in light of the hce "t polio here. -uniians can contribute Lpecial mail appeal en 1,-h they've already reTtland explained, [a double mailing envemcludM a return porIch addressed to the limes office at 148 West • he said. urged Dade Countlans early returns, with He out to the March of feh may also be placed slopes." hiuh incidence of polio, tan noted 143 cases to Eared with 55 at the jla-t year. I maintaining these cases Jlonal Foundation Polio fariety Children's Hospiendous, and we have alLt over $90,000. and are pi funds," Pentland ad...KI the National lor Infantile Paralyloul ill funds because of l making the Salk vacI giving Gamma Globulin j for I big polio castload nation. Beach Jaycees Given Awards "Our American Heritage" was the topic of John B. Orr, Jr. r District 2 Democratic nominee for the legislature, when he addressed the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Monday rtight in the Cromwell Hotel. Certificates of accomplishment awarded by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce were presented to 21 Beach Jaycees. They are Max B. Kogen. A. Budd Cutler, Edward T. Newman, Mar shall Wolper, Harold Rosen, Dr. Stanley J. Coltune, Julian Lindenauer, Martin Drexel, David Shedroff, George Alboum, John Spotts. William Holloman, Milton T. Hornstein, Larry Kimmel, Robert L. Glasser, Ken Lawrence. Mel Frumkes, Bob Schwartz, Phillip Taylor, Paul Deedelman, Norman Schwartz. +Jewlsi) IhrlHtr PAGE 11 lUBB'mw^w Honeer Women's Groups Plan Local Functions Prizes and for members games are in, ajort and their guests of Sperling to Work Toward MS Degree at Duke Leslie H. Sperling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sperling, 3160 'SW 23rd ter., has received the BS degree in chemistry from the University of Florida. Originally from New York, he moved to Florida in 1945 and graduated from Miami Senior High School in 1950. Sperling plans to enter Duke University in September to work toward the MS degree. He has been granted a $1,350 assistantship byDuke. Anthony Gomez Named Courtesy Award Winner An act of courtesy, kindness and service beyond the call of his duty was the basis for Anthony Gomez. a telephone company employee, be ing selected this week's courtesy award winner by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Leo Eisenstein, committee chairman, announced here. Gomez was nominated by Bernard D. Kaplan. 7545 Bounty ave., Miami Beach. This week's award, a $25 government savings bond, was made available by the Mercantile National Bank. the Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women on Saturday night, August 21. at the Royal Palm Hotel. Mrs. Fred Sandier and Mrs. If.in Labbie head the committee of irrangements for this mid-summer ?ard party. Walgreen's Drugstore Cafeteria, 244 NE 1st ave., will be thfe scene for the Golda Meyerson Club's dessert-card party, Wednesday noon. tllgUSl 25. Mrs, Rose Gersten and Mrs Hose Marks are co-chairmen for this event. day, September 12. Due to a shortage of Sunday school teachers, a call is beinij sent out to all Jewish agencies requesting applicants for teaching positions in the Jewish Sunday schools to register immediately at the Bureau. 135 NW 3rd ave. Sunday School Teachers Needed in Miami Jewish schools of Greater Miami will hold registration for new pupils from September 1 through 19, according to an announcement of Mrs. Matilda II Ratner, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Classes will begin In the afternoon Jewish schools on Tuesday, September 7, with classes beginning in the Sunday schools on SunCommentator to Speak "President Eisenhower, Syngman Rhee and Joe McCarthy," will (>• di-iussed by Louis Gross, news commentator, on Sunday, August 22, 11 a.m., over station WMIE. Joseph Birnbaum will speak on the Weekly Portion. I Fenkell Attends Meet Albert Fenkell, president, Alsco Florida, is attending an international sales conference of Alsco, Inc., in Boston. Alsco is a pioneer in the aluminum storm window field and operates 36 plants in the United States, Canada, and Europe. being introduced by Gershon S. Miller, president of Jeach Lodge, B'nai B'rith (left), is Sergeant Floyd Blay[charge of the ground observer posts for Miami area. rgeant addressed the Lodge on civil defense at its held August 11th in the DiLido Hotel, and secured a limber of volunteers to help roan the observation post [on the roof of the Roney Plata HoteL hg to be August 28 |Gnldman, general conthe new Agudath Israel building at 7801 Cariyle ii Beach, Wednesday as|bi Isaac H. Ever, congreIritual leader, that the would be completed in the formal dedication on I on March 18. the $100,|ure has been rushed to through a recent $15,Ibution by Mr. and Mrs. enker. titute was chartered by ige J. H. Morris in Dade March 30, 1951 and has Ming rapidly since that jrdlng to Rabbi Ever. phip in Agudath Institute !is 250. with prospects fluniiling that number as Beach area continues to added. fun services will pay triband Mrs. Schenker for' "ible the completion of ng at this early date. In at the services will be and national dignitaries along with a nationally known cantor. Rabbi Ever will deliver the sermon. %  %  ******** GORDON ROOFING AMD SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22a* AVE. u 4-$A# H.v. yojr roof r^'rad now: u will av on a naw roof ^ %  "Sattafactory Work by Exporianeod Mon' '_._..*w .**% %  >-*'*-"*•** •" %  •** --*•"** listen fo SCHACHTERS Yiddish Program •very S*ay. ** %  *. It to 1 • rkk srsflrsM is *• first aad be* It IwtMt Hitabi m**mu v/£ GUARANTEE mutes, you'll difference! g£S0sy^. £S# &XSS/ Let us mount a set—you'll be amazed! For a driving experience that.will really open your eyes, just ride a few blocks on the U. S. Royal 8. In 10 minutes, you'll change your Ideas about what tires can do for your car. You feel bump* level out, hear tire squeal hushed .. turn easier, atop safer. Come try the totally new tire today! the totally new tire U. S. Roy: i • %  M 1. Total!, now RfOf-USS BOUNCE AND JOUNCE 2. TotoK, now STEERING-EASIER CAI CONTROL 3. 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AUGUST 20. 1954 Q *• %  ***!<§> ncrkflan PAGE 15 IGAL NOTICE LNDEK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY OIVKN that ng to i-HK In the fictitious name of II CUT CENTER, at 11 nio-nilK to rellw HI, the clerk of the Clri. i.County, Kiorni.i I., ,1 IS OiNSBERO .; Alts \pi.llcants let (ft. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIIV OIVRN that the underslgneit. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of II. R. MAR at SOT. N W fith Av .. Miami, int.'iiHp to register KHIII na with the Clerk of th.. Circuit ('..ml of I iiulf County. Hortdii. MAt'liK 8. BITTNEH, Hole Owner KKSSI.KK \(iARH Attorney! for Applicant 17M W, Flintier St. %  /••U-*V-27 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW kHEREBY OIVBN tli.it I, desiring t" engage In h, r ili.' fictitious name of IBI'TINO CO., nt .."i |l! intend to register said clerk of the Circuit ,. i'..unty, Florida yvis i BROOKS IIRI KiKS. in: LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LIGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [HKRKBT OIVBN that Irlrtg to engage m %  tltlOUl II-II I i i 'III >N CO. (Not W 2nd A V. !., Miami. lid ii. ime itli the 'itnit i 'out t of 15 -I* .' M'll is ii KBYSEH iiT.T K I.EK Kit K I) JOI.LT 134 ft KltAVITZ nl %  I UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |]> HKRKBT OIVKN thml i. .t Ins t.. enlace In tlllolls I' %  IS W L'Jll.l Elm i.l... Intend t'. r.-n. with the 'lei k ..f the '..iini \. Kloi Ida %  t.MKRD BLAB Hi TH EL AM %  Miami, l-'i.i. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 17141J MART LANZA. I'lalntlff. vs. MICII.M;I. LANZA. Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Mli'H \i:i. LANZA East, bestei I'.oail Bronx, NVw York Von are li.-i eby notified thai BUI or fmnvlalnf 'or Divorce hs s been filed against you, and you are eereb; required to serve a ropy pf ... n An ewer to the Rill of Complaint on I'lalntirr attorney, and file th. hnal Anajrei In ibe office ..f the Clerk of th 4 Cirvuit Court, on nr befora tin 7 da) "f September. Ia.14, otherwise, the alienation* of sahl RIB of Complaint will I... taken ai OoafeSel .1 acutust you. Darted this 4 day of August, fsr.I. K I: LKATHKRMAN, i 'l. i k ol • 'In uii Com t li> : I, RKBBDKN. Deputy Clerk is.-.ill CEOROR .I 'I'AI.I A Nl 'I I', EMU Attorn*) r.'i I'laimirr IK) i.i n Road, Miami Reai b, Fla. S/6-13-: |NTV JUDGES' COURT TV. FLORIDA i ;-3*e-A -! .1:1:. i %  IF INTENTION TO MAKE I OM FOR FINAL DISCHARGE H ii tti.il I li.i,..in i petition lor tdmlnlatrato > I i|E s. 'HI.L'HMKR, iii..tifi. .i .iii.i required to i : • senl .c hereby ordered and required cop) of your answer to the HI. ii mi (or divorce, a copy Is eiidoried herewith, on attorney and rile the orikufftoe or the Clerk pf tiie nt of Dude County. Hor' %  lore the XOth day -A Sep•I. oth.rwls* the allegations II will be laken aa confesaed Auaust 16, lf:,4. E B, I.EATHERMAN. Clerk or the Circuit Court n> WM w BTOBKINO, I '• may Clerk 1 RAND %  I I'lalntirr Building, Miami 32, Fla. I-10 • N THE COUNTY JUOOts' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. B33302 In Re: ESTATE ald namelklth the Clerk of II Court of Dade Count), CIIAI NCEY STi'Ni: OREENSTIEN. INC, 'RE R NELSON l"i Applicant I .'.-In • CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 18 HEREHY OIVBN that itned. ilesirlng to engage In iiuUr the fictitious name of SHi -PH. at 716 Lkn.-oln flanil lleeh. Intends to regname with the Clerk nt the ..de Count v. Horlda. %  M^A COpPEB. Bole Owner /t-ii) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the rb 'tltb-na name oT STFVE CHATl.OS SCRAP METAL SAIA Ac.i;. at 1070 N W S7th I ourt. Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to /-gist r aaidname with the < lerk of the u cult Court of Dade County. Flo, 1,1 a. KTEPHEN CHATLOS—K* owner IRENE CHATI.os %  ••' % %  owner OOLDMAN (lOLI'STKIN Attorney for Registrants .-„„,.,3K Beacm Boulevard. Miami, Flnruln 7/30 — 8/6-13-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW _, NOTICE IK HKREBT OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the (I. tltlous name or XNTI-I'EST SYSTEM si 1056 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Florida. to register the said BUM Clerk ol the Circuit Ogflt '''i'Ja'ted at'Mul.1 Peach. Florida. Ml. 9th day of A h U.us., v h y.-.4 ^^ NIIKM-VN'K SSL^N h „ IBM AlfMi Road. *• %  %  n rh S *' "" 8/13-20-27 — /3 ___^_____ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 171572 JOHN L. BUTTON, Pbtlotirr, \ R( "I'll E BL'TTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: KITH E SI'TTON Route S, Box 47H-A Nlles, Michigan You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce rm hern (II. ed against you, and you are required in serve a CUpV "f your Answer or I'b-.i'llng to the Bill or Comi.laiin the plalntirfs Attorney, HENRY CAIN, 231S W. riagler Si. Miami, Fla.. and rile the original Anawef Or Pleading In the ..rrice or the t'Urk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day Of September, 1154. ir you rail to do go, Judgment by default will be taken against you (or the idler demanded In the mil or Complaint DiiNE AND ORDERED a) Miami, Flotilla, (his lOlh day or August. A.D. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida %  By M. C. UREEN, (Circuit Court Seal i Deputy Clgrg HENRT M. CAIN Attorn*) for piaintirr W Flugler St.. Miami. Fla. I I3-2Q-2 7 — f/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 58 HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, ipwiriug to engage In business under (he rictltleus name of SUNSHINE POOLS, ut 2>0l S.W Mth Sir. .t. Miami. Ha Intend to register raid name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court or Dade County. Florida l-.ERNARD SIRKUS PHIL BAROCAS 7/30 — 8/6-I3-2U ^_^_____ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 109 149-B MARKS BROTHERS CO.. a partnership consisting or HERMAN MARKS. PAI I. MARKS. EUGENE D MARKS anil STANLEY MARKS, and also ERNEST NEl'FKLD. Plaintiffs. MAI'lticE It HARRISON. META M HEINS, BMMA HEINS TEMPLETON, ACATHE c. HEINS, R. HE8SK II E I N 8 CLEMENTINE HESSE ANDBRSON, (ka CLEMENTINE M. HESSE. Deceased, EDMI'NH HESSE ANDERSON and HARRY ANDBRSON, Deeeaaed; and all peraoni claiming any estate, right, title or Intefeal In, or Hen upon th.real arof>erty herein R< IE -I I'A I.l AM i| I %  ', I-.SIJ. Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. • 13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that ih. undersigned, desiring to angnge in business under the fictitious names ..f Ft i.\ 8 INN I • >X H RES PAI I: INT, %  ui So Dixie Highway, Mia ild name a uii the i "lerk thi C n ult Court oC Ida. HIKADE a HACKENBERG CO., IN 1 '. II in HENRY M CAIN tor Applicant 2il8 W. Flaglei Si Miami %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREHY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to etntiim In buslnega under tha fictitious name or IRENE SHOPS, at 1SZ0 Wasalngtea Avenue. Miami Reach, Morlda. intends to register aakl name with the (lerk if the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda. I.OLA ANN. INC a Florida copjMiratlon, sole owner OEOROE J. TAI.IANOFF, EStJ Attorney for A|>plicant tl'ii Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach. Fla. s/13-20-27 — 9/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY QJVEN that :'i.' undersigned, deairlng to enBagrc n undei the flctltloua naiae of MAYERS :. RoBBINS al llet Congr, B Bidg ^l 'in. Intenda to register -aid name with ihe Clerh of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid., I i: M IYER8, Sole Owner • 20-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the uiMutralsxned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A S DISCOUNT AOENCT. at ::7 N.B J-i Avenue, Miami, Flottda, inregister said name with the the Circuit Court of Dadg County, Florida ALBERT A SO.VTAO LED ACKERMAN MAX R. S1I.VKR I Attorney for Applicants I ,:-2 Seyliold Building. Miami 32. F.a. I, Jn-1'7 — 9/3-10 t.nd to r C|. ,\ ol Intends with the o( Dade NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVBN that the un.lerslgned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltb.us name or NXTAI.IKS or MIAMI, at 2J. K. ^r^^H.'-rUe'Wk l Sflf? Court ofU.de ^^untv.n.'.;^ ATA1JE N. OULEN /ll-2-S7 — /3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage in business under (be fictitious name of UARDENIA Al'AR T.VIENTS. at ^tl-^t•, Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, and MB-IIO-CIO 9th Street, Miami Reach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Cbi k of the circuit Court of Dade County, I loi Ma. IRVINQ KAPLAN and IDA KAPLAN, his Wife, Bole owners I'AI.I.i iT SILVER \MCl.l.oY Attorneys for Irving Kaplan ami Ida Kaplan > 13-30-17 — 9/3 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage I" business under the fictltleus name of ClEOROsrs AMWM SERVICE, at 11*00 North Miami Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade Count). """"' %  ""KORCE .1 I.ILI.I. Sole .Owner ROBERT J. l.EWISON • Attorney for tieorge's Amoco Service 7/30 — *7.-13-!0 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NrrTTCE IS HEREHY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of SHORES BAR. at 11711 NE ?nd Avenue Dade County. Horlda..lntends to register siild name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade Cou K1 r,d RICHARD MILLER. Owner HENRY M CAIN Attorn.-v (or owner till W V .agler Street. Miami, Fla. 7/30 — 8,i-ll-3 k of unldj NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thut the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or THE BARGAIN MART, at aXSt N.W. 7th Ave., Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County^ Florida. FRIENDLY FROST TELEVISION SERVICE. INC. MAC M Kit ME 1.1. K LS AS"**' !!? %  /JO I/.-1J40 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engsge In business under the fictitious name of JANR'H SHOPS, at 6 Miracle Mile, total Cables. Ma. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court irf Dade County. Florida. J \CK KAHN SALLY KAHN LEON KAL1SII Attorney for Aptdkanta Rail 1 hi Pont Slug 1'13-30-27 — 9/3 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VHN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALLIED NOVELTIES, at 94^-944 N.W. :.th Avenue. 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• PAGE 14 fJf^istHcri^l FRIDAY. Al Simon RifkmTStat^ment on GvllTiteirieB U11HV" M.'m.m ..wisJied crime BH on tte tadfc dictions a. how actwf been in defending civil liberties bj cymbaling communism. ^ (EDITOR'S NOTE: Blmon II Rll hind w.is L'nlted Stalai i>i--11 i. • for the Southern Dlatrlcl ol Sew la f from 1941 to IMO. I" l'"-' -"i' 1 '* % %  ii .nl\ laol ..ii Je Ish '" i,, the Commanding Ueneral, i S Fun % %  -.•.. European Theati i Hi r. ii11v a member of the Me 1 CHj Board ol Higher Education The following address wai delivered befori the r< ni annual meeting ol the Philadelphia Chapter ol the American ji M i-ii Committee I By SIMON H. RIFKIND Through the bitter and glorious j However, my purp. ;n experience of many ages, free men I point is not to reuum have learned that civil liberty is achievements nor todtaHlM prn never permanently achieved but lent policies, b must always be regained, a/id that have '1492 ai i '" l v r u";!".: 1 indictment of u r .,M I ,: ., grand jurj It prohibits putting W'TKl. .„ u.,iri:irfiv twirr for "'t^'.M^t".i"., Spanish an) per** at might loyalist ho in jeopardy twice for .'.,„„. offense. II provides that kl w,,h '".,!,," person -shall bcompelled in this past it must be shared. There can be no true civil liberty for the nobility when it does not extend to com mon folk; or fur Aryans and not for non-Aryans. Civil liberty for nice people is impossible if it does rot reach the malcontents. Another thing that we have learned is that those who share and cherish human rights must always expect opposition. It was Thomas Jefferson who reminded us that the tree of liberty is watered with the blood of free men. Sometimes the battle for civil with vou certain Issues on which the Committee has not yet taken J position. Thus I caution you that the following views are solely mine as an individual: I do not presume to voice the sentiments of the Con> mittee. Let me ask you to examine the technique of those infiltrators who denounce communism and Communists in such ringing terms Frequently they claim to have found hundreds—or may be 57 to 130 Communists.who must bo-I thins the expression is—rooted out. But when you carefully evaluate liberties may be fought in so forth-i, ne acc „mpli'shment of these infil right a fashion as bloody combat. I ( ra t 0 rs. you discover that they Sometimes the fight is more com-1 seem { 0 strike their best blows plex. at our own civil liberties and at Today that fight is complex in-j our own national pride and confi deed. As so often in the past, it is being waged on two fronts. On one front is the battle against communism—both international and domestic. I need hardly argue to an American Jewish Committee audience that civil liberties cannot survive under a Communist regime. Like all totalitarian systems, communism recognizes that it must destroy individual rights or itself perish from the criticism of free men. As you know, since 1947. the Committee has rendered a service to America and to American Jews through its many notable contributions to the over-all effort to combat communism. A few examples may indicate the extent of this program. Through a many-faceted educational and social action campaign, and through such pamphlets as "The Communists — Friends or Foes of Civil Liberties?" and "The Hands of Esau." the Committee has been exposing Communist pretenses of befriending ethnic and nationality groups. In 1950. when Communist fronts were circulating the Stockholm Peace Pledge, the American Jewish Committee initiated a widelypublicised statement in which the Synagogue Council, the National Council of Churches of Christ In the U.S.A. and the National Catho lie Welfare Conference exposed and condemned this bogus peace movement. irinei ol Magna i arta. thereby SuSt'ly W to the urrc*rg 1( ; IM KM i . I 'ii nr Basel .\. t II Til r Tom nit l.laht •%  I • %  < Air | t*va Cot Near* t-'Vr „f |.|f, 1 ii Bub r*nl ; Wrknina Trav. J00 Brunch W %  ou Hi* |'>„f| 2: 16 T.i I T.i Iir Ann'red | To II.Ann r,l I • %  la Ann .-.I To II.A i To | Br'ch W. Judy An l.lnkl.tirr PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS in Payoff 11 n .... By Jack Cebh oo 4. 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AUGUST 20. 1954 +JelsiifM(Man PAGE 7 Splash' Party programming will be nth a "swim 'n splash" by the Flagler Granada (croup on Saturday eveast 21. at the Clevelander Martin Hirach, chairLted by Mrs. Bernard fchairman. are in charge ^ning of games, contests, refreshments. Oxford School Slates Registration for all departments of the new Oxford School will start on September 1, according to Dean Rabbi I,ouis Ari Cassel. Enrollment of boys and girls in the day and resident departments will be at the newly renovated school, 1204 West ave., Miami Beach, between the hours of 9 a.m and 5 p.m. daily. R abbi Cass el, who is current!} Enrollment on a tour of schools in Europe and Israel, director Abraham Cassel and other members of the staff will be on hand to answer questions and consult with parents and students. Oxford School will cater to chil Iren from kindergarten through high school and is offering a compete educational program inclining arts, crafts and outdoor sports. The new school, built on the I grounds of the Adams estate, is I the first community venture of the i non-profit Torah Temple. Students may elect 4o take some, a little or i no religious education while receiving a complete education under I teachers licensed by the State of Florida. First classes will start on September 20, and arrangements have been made for co-educational facilities where necessary. Passes Examination Miss Charlotte Blumberg Fried, a recent graduate of Northwestern University School of Dental Hygiene, this week received word that she has passed the Florida State Board examination Miss Fried is now associated with Dr. Irving Gordon, Miami Beach dental surgeon. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Miami. o STAR HOUSEWIFE! ,ii it %  •. %  M > i i %  %  %  -_ ... Use only KOSHER PARVE 5* COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN w ClEA 1 #AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS \*


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PAGE 10 +/&!*££*£*&*£. Ackerman Acker man Heads Loan fund Following a series of meetings here, the Baron De Hirsch Loan Fund of Greater Miami has been reorganized and will be headed by Leo Ackerraan. insurance executive and longtime resident of Greater Miami. Ackerman, who is treasurer of Temple Israel, has long been identified in 'Miami with numerous fraternal, religious and philanthropic groups. Local leaders indicated this week that Ackerman's charge of the newly reorganized loan fund will mean that "the organization can take its place amon^j the vital agencies in our community.'' Elected to serve with Ackerman are Max Silver. Harry O. Rabe and Frank Rose, vice presidents; Maurice Grossman, secretary; and Harry Simons, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors are Sidney H. Palmer. Morris Alpert. R. William Apte. Benjamin Beck, Leo Eisenstein. William Friedman. David Kleber. Jack Muravchick, Al Quadow. Elry Stone. Archie Buck. Leon J. Ell and Jesse If. Freed. The lion fund committee will consist of Harry Simons, chairman; Benjamin Beck. Leon Eisenstein. William Friedman. A. Quadow and Frank ROM-. To serve on the publicity com mittee are Max Silver. Sidney H. Palmer, co-chairmen. Dave Kleber and Leon Ell. On the nominations committee are Jos Freed, chairman. Morris Alpert. Archie Buck and Harrv () Rabe Arrangements are now being completed for the acquisition of permanent quarters where the loan committee will met to receive applications. Date and place of committee meetings will be announced shortly. The reorganized Baron De Hirsch loan fund is an affiliate member of the Greater Miami Ji w i-h Federation, and has adopted as its slogan. •The Free Loan \ of the Organized .lewi-h Community." Loan applicantmay make .'P pointments at 82 2611. New Chinch Bug: Gas Available Chinch bugs are now making their annual attack on Miami lawns, but chemist Harrv Silby has come up with a new invention to make certain that brown spots wont mar the beauty of the many green gardens kept so carefully throughout a year by residents here. Silby. whose Chemical Specialties is at 243 SW 17th ave.. Miami, is the inventor of a new chinch bug gas. "Chinch cas is actually a concentrated liquid which, when di luted with water and sprinkled on the spots where the bugs attack grass, releases a lethal antidole against the well-groomed lawn's No. 1 enemy." the inventor explained. According to Silby. the com pound kills the chinch bug more efficiently for two reasons, Firit, the compound is highly effective and second, it is a liquid that can diffuse. Silby explained that most powders and dusts can not penetrate as easily as his firm's product "Naturally, unless the poison reaches the bug underground, where it is at work, the destruc tion of the* lawn continues." One gallon of Chinch Gas concentrate, when mixed with the proper amount of water, makes 26 gallons of liquid to use on the lawn. Details of the product may be obtained at the firms address or at2-6446. RELIGIOUS BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning iervices are at 9 a.m. Sunday services are scheduled for 8 a.m. and daily services are at 7:30 a in. and 630 p.m. • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Meaning and Value of Prayer" Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy (lasin Mishna is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami Will hold Friday evening services al 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narol officiating. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15 pin. Guest Rabbi Norman Goldburg. of Augusta. Gs will officiate. Saturday morning services are at 10;45 a.m. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at .6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Morton i Samuel SalkOW nulM ,.,| portionOf the 111 I Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. WlDWWl by Shalos Seu.io. Daily services .„, scheduled for 8 am. and 15 minutes before sundown KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold s.-ruccs Friday night at 6:15 pja Saul Menngoff. president, will officiate Sat"**"* morning at 8:30 am He will speak. on the subject: "Thou Shalt be Blessed Before all People." lalimid class will be conducted by vice: president Louis Dublin at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 6 45 p m Cantor Abraham Self will render the musical 1 portion of the liturgj CORAL CABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening sen ices at 815 pin with Rabbi Moi ris Shop offii iatini and preaching ,,„ the lopic .hi.Kiisni and our Bill oi Rights' Saturda] morning services are al 9:48 i m with the Rabbi discussing the Weekly Portion Kiddu-h ol sanctification will follow Blessing Of the Sabbath candles will be bj MrMaurice ttblum in honor ol the naming ol her grandson BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening services it 630 pm Saturda) morning services are at 9 a.m. Class in IVrek will be conducted ty H. ijieiiberg at 5:30 p.m. Mincha is at 6 30 put., followed by ShahSeudos Daily services are will render lfc> ,, | ., in and 7 p.m. DIRECTORY; Malavskv officiating nnrt prejilhlnftj L ,he weekly Portion Cuih* ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m., to he conducted by Rev. Rudolf E. Brill Saturday services will be held at 9 am. • • • NORTH DAQ€ JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8.15 p.m., with Rabbi Henrj Okolka officiating and preaching on the topic "Impressions of a Journey Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir assisting under the direction of Lucille MOON Saturday morning services %  re at 9 a.m. Daily services will ,,t 7 45 a m. and 7 p.m. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. Services will he dedicated to the newborn chil lr,n ol Mr md Mrs. Leon Poaster. Dr and Mrs Melvin Stone and Mr. and Mrs Morton Miller. Cantor Mordechai Haalman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturda> morning services are at 9 a.m. Dail) services will be held at 9 am The tenth and u, of a successful „,*] be presented by th. j. Miami Symphony o^, Sunday evening, A Jj P-"Jt the M,^ rj tonum **Jl John Bitter will con^J chestra. Appearing "*? Mrt will be intenu Il0 JS ed saxophone artist cher. Mr. Rancher will b Concertino do ol works ant posers written specificiM ophone and orchestra compositionby Debt. Glaiounow and other-" SAVE 3 TO 4 HOURS 1AB0R PER INSTALLATION WITH THE NEW MAULE REDI-HUNG DO Complete With Your Choice of Hardware • Door Hung with Precision • Casings Accurately Mitered • Stops in Place Whether you're building one house or 100 our new interior Redi-Hung Door and Jamb Units will save you hours of time, labor ond money. Available in all standard sires, each unit is furnished complete with V/i' flush gum veneer door, neatly mitered clear Douglas Fir casings and two-piece clear kiln dried Douglas Fir jamb adjustable to fit walls up to 5Vi' wide. Cash In On This Time and Money Savins Door Package r a i MIAMI P0MPAN0 J0/5 North Miom. Aveove f T. 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PAGE 6 Miss Heinic Weds Albert M. Leibow In a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sundaj August 15. 5 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Miss Annette Reinie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reinie. 811 Jefferson ave Miami Beach, became the bride of Albert M Leibow. son of Mrs Gussie Leibow, Miami, and Meyer Leibow, New York City. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of the (oral Gables Jewish Center officiated. Entire motif of the wedding VII pink. Best man was Lester Rubin. Maid ol honor was Miss Sylvia Sir. wearing white lace over nile green fashioned into a floor-length strapless gown. Matron of honor was Mrs. Lester Rubin, who selected a Dior blue nylon lace and net gown, with sweetheart neckline. Usher was Norman Reinie, uncle ot the bride. Miss Edith Mudrick was in charge of the guest book. Bridal gown was styled in white nylon tulle and Dresden rose lace Over taffeta, sweetheart neckline, long fitted sleeves, molded bodice and bouffant tulle skirt with lace applique that extended into a chapel-length train. Newlywed Mrs I.cibow carried a bouquet of white carnations and lily-of-the valley. Her fingertip Trench illusion veil was attached to a crown ol seed pearlMother of the bride selected a midnight blue cocktail-length lace complemented by 8 corsage i tiger lilies. For something borrowed, Mrs. Philflp Schlossberg, friend of the sent ihi' bride a p< arl neck• %  ption and formal dinm r at the Algiers, t fi couple flew Mexico for their honeymoon. t'pon their return, they will live in Miami Beach. A— : Mrs. Albert M. leibow Grippo, Meyers on Havana Honeymoon Mr and MrMelt *' live wedding trip to H th fi '" Ih. brides hon ippo, and MrLewis Mey. *>*< ive Miami ; ,\ reo ption lor membi immi Delano H< I eremonj The bride gi con. Ne* M rk High Sc*** i,Tided iln Universitj oi M Florida SUte I niversitj She graduated from Sherwtod Music School Chicago, and opi rated the Grippe Conservatory! Mu it Mi %  mi Beach, until herjrnan The bridegroom if in the r< rant buaini n niipAY. AUGUST. Mrs. Richard Fink left thiweek to spend a brief vacation with her parents in California. Mr and MrMartin Polk. 1950 nrDorwTAT T V sw 32nd %  '' M '-'"" aimouiife Uw I tiKoUlN ALL I birth of then-on Garry it on August 111 at DoctorHospital Garrj joins inthree yearold sister, Nanc) MrPolk ithe ilaughter of j \la\ Rappaport and member of a pioneer familj hen Rpol the new arrival was held Tuesda) lor immediate members ol (he famil) Off on a one-month tour ol Men ico is Miss Fannie Levitt, ot 281U SW 26th st.. Miami. ^onNpjo WJfc vpv nn Rabbi JotWDh E. RackovsJr* MS Michigan ATHIUI Miami Beach "Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday-10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various features Produced and Directed by SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17fh Ave. Ph. 82-5410 Eddy Newman, of Miami River side Memorial Chapeliin Ml W York and Canada on a one-month vacation, Mr and Mrs Gustave Freeman, ol Miami Beach, left on Wi it in. in atten. i the wedding of their iuni Bar Mitzvah ol their nephew Before returning home on Septi mber 23 they will visit their Ira nds and relative 8 m Neu York Miss Ethel Levin, of Winston' Salem. N ('. ivisiting her uncle and aunt. Mr and MrIsaac Levin, 5800 NE 6th ct Miami Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and their three children are vacation ing at the Osceola Lake Inn. Hen dersonviile. N c Also vacationing are Mr. and Mrs Paul Topel and son. Mr. and MrHubert Grossberger and daughter. Ellen Mrs Vetta Marshal and lamily. MrJack August and daughter. Robin, Mrs. Groman. Mr and Mrs Sam Jackowitz and family, Mr and Mrs I. Zuckerman and family, Mr and Mr-. .1 Rogers. Mr, and MrMurraj Birchansky, Mr and Mi Louis Rosenberg and family, Mr and MrBernard Davidson and family, Dr and MrHerman 1. Okun. Mr and Mrs M..\ Waver and -on Ml Bella Gross and Mr and Mr\1 1'erle and sons Larry and Edward. Mr and MrMurraj man 6223 Vltoi i Miami i .in ofl on .i lhr< i week varsonville, N I :.:lKH SINGER'S PRIVATE SCHOOL years up Years up FIRST GRADE $ SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE DAM COtfMrr SCHOOL ClflU/CVtUM FOUOkVfD KINDERGARTEN 4 OtfAlffffB 1/CINSfO TtKKflS • EXCELLENT FULL COURSE LUNCHES • ALL FACILITIES • TRANSPORTATION • MODERATE FEES Ask for Booklet REGISTER NOW >. 140 N.W. 27th AVENUE %  PHONE 641226 Evenings and Weekends Coll 48-7282 THE MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK will pay interest again to its savings depositors on OCTOBER 1,1954 e Only ot the Mercantile National will your savings earn interest four times each year at 2%% on deposits to $15,00c Deposits en or before Au 9 ust 5 will eorn f f0n August 1 ond receive interest credit OCTOBER I, 1954 i Start Saving Here Today! SCHOOL STARTS SEPTEMBER 1st '"..iN..:."'.*""'— '•.,.! O.oo,i, llltBf-i|et Mr. and Mrfclu, at home follow*, ^ month vacation t„ ur yT (Orleans. Chicago j/JJ ARE YOIRS* FR E P -.. *"* Mt Drop a Note or %  Card to: GORDON FUNERAL HOMf IN MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 7 10S.W. 12tliAvt. 1333Dode*A •tIASI to Mtr PNO*l



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fclJST 20. 1954 +fe*lst>nrr*H*>n PAGE 13 Moroccan Tews >k Israel Emigration ChdrClf* U Wi + h VM X (: "V'rnmcnt in Tel Aviv on a fG W.J. \ I project to develop tourism from P9 I tors and i-xecure" \\ I nnes compared Uiven by the new di with the Moroccans, to sec to it that minority groupsare guarded there also i In Tunis, representatives of Jewish organizations continued t;iiks '" l Im n !" here this week with politic;,! lead 1 ,h '' !" r "> makp !" hat there will £. runisia'8 Jewish h the anti-JewUh Pointing out that ccs came from the CO, the Times %  |( will lie necessary v hatever steps are better modus vivenfity Singers ison Here be no discrimination against Jews in the hew convention now being drawn for limited internal au! tonomy for this French protectorate. There are 80,000 native Jewin Tunisia. There are general guaranteeon the law books here now. securing i equal rights for Jews An 1857 treaty asserts that "no distinction is to be made between Tunisian Moslems and Tunisian .lew." Artj Singers of tide 8B of the Tunisian Constituted tinclo-r Oi Solar, 1 itrin and BranDead at 67 67. died Satber home in Mrs. Peldman was li resident and spent %  ere alter returning 1940 She was originm, England, having uted States in 1914. survived by her Kurtz, of Ncwm Philip Keldman, Kidman flew North %  1 \ ices and inter Former Miami Teacher Dead Arthur Wolfson, a resident of Miami for many years, died in New York on Sunday, August 8. Mr. Wolfson, who came here from Flint. Mich, taught in the Hebrew schools of Greater Miami and for many years was a member of the Hebrew Teachers' Association. For the past three years, he had been associated with Beth David. He was also known as a cantor and composed and arranged liturgical music. Mr. Wolfson. in addition to his musical aecompiishmenfs, was well known in local art circles. On several occasions, his paintings were exhibited. Masada Dance Due Hasada, Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist in Irkt, will present .1 1 oung adult ball on Sunday night, August 22. in the Neptune Room of the Robert Richter Hotel. Dancing uiii star) at 9 p.m. Proceeds of the affair, according to Jerry Miller, the District, ill be used : various Zionist p>'" <• %  1 bairn in of the affair 1Lei! .' ho will be aaslrted in Soldinger, Stanley Josowitz, Gloria Waldman, Mareella Waldstein, Archie Goodwin and Abe Schaffer. ^PRODUCTS {JUNE Guest Speaker Sunday Rabbi Isaac K\er. Agudath Israel spiritual leader, will be guest sneaker on the Jewish Variety Hour Sunday. 12:30 p.m., over station WMBM. according to an an nouncement this week by Jacob Schachter. program director. HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI ANNOUNCES WITH OHP S0M0W TNf MAIN OF ARTHUR WOLFSON IN NEW YORK ON SUNDAY, AUGUST lth il Treat for the Home Folks! SPEND A GLORIOUS WEEKEND AT ^tOTft • WKM. • CABANAS V THE OCEAN Of t.9tt STIEET TKK SEASON MAJXVRY MMER SEASON RATES I Room o Entertainmant • Cocktail Lounga • UM of Beach and Pool Facilities Cent anytime r>ia"ay-leeve tmfllm* Sunday Ireakfosts — 2 Dinners in Dining Room inches at the Poolside Dairy Snack Bar Dietary laws Sfrfcffr 0asrf 4 36 ft CMaJs 00 f or the Week-end Registration at Begler School Begler School announces the op! ening of registration for its Kindergarten and grade classes for the coming fall term. Classes will start September 1. As in the past year, every child will be tested prior to admission to determine his school readiness and proper grade placement, according to the directors. All classes at the Begler School afe small, and each child may re j ceive t he full training, guidance i and attention of the teacher. "The Begler School program is planned on the basis of 12 children to every kindergarten group and 15 for ] every grade level," the directors explained. Piano lessons, ballet and art ; classes are part of the schools' creI ative art program. Nature study, I trips, diversified outdoor sports 1 and horseback riding are also available. Every week during the school term each child receives a physi! cal check-up by the school physician. This year's curriculum at the Begler School includes a special program for public school children of working parents attending dou. ble sessions. 1B*t BUTTER MARGARINE \ General Repair on all Make Trucka and Cars Kin trie and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. 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AUGUST 20. 1954 *Jeist Flcrkflair) PAGE 5 %  Ji in Chicago ,ch, of Royal Beauty Sup\liami. left this week to atIt-, golden jubilee of the and Barber Supply Institute d (or Chicago. August 22 2ii itt the Conrad Hilton usch is known here (or oarticipation in the Vardren'a Hospital. Youth Group Leaders Sought Outstanding young citizen of I each group in Dade County is be-! ing sought by the area's league of I Women Voters (or Citizenship Day' j observance in Bayfront Park Audi \ jtorium on September 17 Each young representative will I have a reserved seat of honor at the 8 p.m. citizenship ceremonies and wm receive a testimonial from the Harvey W. Seeds Post of the American Legion, sponsors of Citizenship Day. Youth enters, school groups and Wlifiou*. civic and fraternal organizations are urged to select one such delegate Heading the young citizens' project is Mrs. Earl C. Barton, voters' service chairman of (he Miami League of Women Voters. Co-chairman is Mrs. M. N. Good, Langford bldg. Supporting the project is Dr. W. R. Thomas, Dade County superin tendent of public instruction, mem| ber of the directing board of the county wide citizens' executive committee. Peretz School to Open Workmen's Circle Peretz School, 1545 SW 3rd st., Miami, will re open for the new semester on Tuesday, September 7, according to an announcement this week by Louis j Lasavin, principal. This year, the curriculum of the school will be extended, with extra class periods scheduled, Lasavin explained. CANTORS CHOOSE MAZING NEW COFFEE 1*1** CHOt** 4* '* T %  <8£ y\ouse Minut ;H**' *tl.t Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of red coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous MAXWELL HOUSE FLAVOR! Utterly unlike old-ityle "instants"... just at quick but tastes o different I In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special MaxweU House processleaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! 100% pure coffee ...no tiller, oddedl You just add hot water ... and the bursting 'Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted. One sip and you'll never KO back to old ways! Saves you money, tool When you use the large economy-size jar of Instant MaxweU House, you save up to 75<—compared to three pounds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pure coffee enjoyment on the Sabbath—and every dayl Next Sabbath and every Sabbath—today and every day—enjoy all the wealth of deliciousneas, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family and friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the overwhelming tavorite in Jewish homes! [100% pure coffee...the only instant coffee with that ftl !" !" -TME.I.AST-PttOP flavor!



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PAGE 4 9-ki &A wtel P Publlah.d every Friday tlnee 19Z7 by the Jewlih Flondian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930. at the Post FRED K. SHOCH ET E ditor an d Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Meridian OFFICE and PLANT-.20 N!.^ St.ee Telephones 2-11-1 ruth i — nrriTTn-i One Year 3 00 Friday. Auau Volume 28 A LPMKOII for (Jf The rioting, looting and murder of Jews now taking place in North Africa should serve as an example to those among us who continue to minimize the miraculous reemergence of Israel. Occurrences In North Africa are the aftermath of an embarrassed France in Indo-China. The failure of French colonialism there has spurred nationalist and independence movements in Morocco and Tunis. With them, have come unrest and violence against the Jewish community. Pierre Mendes Trance has done all he can to assure the peoples of the world that there will be no mo:e rioting against Jews; North Afi leaders, themselves, sensing gains in their political battle with Paris, are also nun making such assurances. The new Tunisian Premier for example, Tahar Ben Ammar. has promised that there be no political, social, economic a discrimination in the newly-formed government. "We consider our Tunisian Jewish CO-cil as cur bretheren. We wish them Jo live and prosper on the same basis as Tun Moslems," he scid this week. But the French Prime Minister's promises were made at a time when his govemn.' pev/er further to speak for Morocco stood in doubt. In turn. North African pledges in that regard were ostensibly designed to obscure the Arab League's part in the controversy currently raging there. As always, the Jew has been a principal scapegoat. Reports this week indicate that some 25,000 Moroccan Jews are seeking to leave their homes and to enter Israel. Time was when no Jewish state existed that could open its doors to the persecuted. Time was when all of -us would stand, hat in hand, at back doors to the governments of the world and beg for mercy and justice. Time was when our pleas might not have been heard. Now there is a home for Jews — even those Jews who. but a short time ago, regarded themselves as Moroccans and Tunisians and who offered little assistance to the doughty young republic of Israel. Surel, there is a lesson here for us. A M.m of I'riiK i|l<-s An Assistant Judge Advocate General to the British Army resigned his post this week as an alternative to compromising his principles. This would be a small detail indeed under ordinary circumstances. But our time is fraught with the histories of men who are making compromises with circumstance, and it seems to us a tribute to Lord Russell, of Liverpool. England, that his scrupulous judgment and unswerving sense of morality have won out over political expediency. A wounded and decorated veteran of both World Wars, Lord Russell is the author of a book entitled "The Scourge of the Swastika." Deeply moved by evidence of the torture inflicted on European Jewry at the hands of the Nazis and drawing on his experiences and discoveries at Bergan-Belsen and other concentration camps, the British Army official wrote what is purportedly a powerful indictment against the Third Reich, as well as against a world that remained silent before Hitler. The crux of the matter is that official circles in London attempted to suppress publication of Lord Russell's book this week because it might anger the Adenauer government at Bonn At stake, as they see it, is West Germany's willingness to join the currently controversial European Defense Community. We applaud Lord Russel for resigning and for refusing to be intimidated by official pressures. If we ask the Germans to ally themselves with us against international Communism, let us at least not forget their nature — that they were our enemies during two World Wars and that they sanctioned the murder of six million Jews. It seems to us that expediency can not, in this case, be all one-sided. During The Week ... A i s By LEO MINDLIN IT 15 THE BURDEN OF THE in!i\ idu..l eil ISRAEL PACT OH JWISH AGUOt STfiTUS .\<*\v Truce Chiif in th< He assumes the d • •hat ha* c< maintain the peace fo: v begged when they wi rig the latter's war of indep; Under former administrations, the unsuc • ful truce mechanism in Palest.:.' graded the United Nations as a world peace organization. It must cl?o be said, with a sense of bitterness, that the "new look" in American foreign policy contributed no small amount to general Arab recalcitrance, as well as to the .nation bloc's specific unwillingness to respect the decisions reached by hanassed UN observers there. It is to be hoped that Gen. Bums will bring a new sense of vigor and objectivity to the truce organization. Former United Nations officials were apparently all too impressed with the growing spirit of amity between the U.S. and the Arab nations, as well as with their need to arrive at decisions in conformity that amity. A case in point is former truce chief Ma]. Gen. Vagn Bennike and what has been reported as his ir, paralysis face of Commander Elmo Hutchinsoii. /•. can observer attached to the truce organization Much is at stake in the new appointment Israel's welfare and the d.gnity of the United Nations at large. ,,„ %  the traditional principles „i \ ., ,,ih,. r advocates <>f these principle v their more central belief i „ %  „„, (he ore of my argument here :,., *JJ ... (hat the subversive'* technique | V( '"' M : invnKcs identifying himself with th.. ,,, toto so that he may benefit from ,, |„.„ uncovered and Called before any one ,,| „ pirating throughout the nation thii manner of ohfuscation h.,unist propagandistic trap | ., im n .'' ti democratic petition a wi I,idol ; safeguards that delineate i ,1 v, rMve into UM scrutini/n. ; ** ...n of guilt. •* %  nth honest individual il ner.il attitude tOWSrd : S be truly considered m • %  i %  ll .n-t.lutioii. ~i h ,| J niM J_ gl\es th %  • ,, r J^H • • An .re an democr a tic prii metho i GENERAL TECHNIQUE THUSFA* EWr L o Y E0 I •h ibeen I.) |JB| %  (U-'aperI lM ..(' %  n JP%  tag < impetitor i irainnKs Interest i T I" \tloin "Ti in th. I • .i about their affiliation lion is based upon I \tl t i the S Bg the will tlON i_ ted ti an i i m ike place him \ *ell h< ubjeeta himself t" • I i leral ads. the Stati tttorne) bXCt ti ncnl to the < j Ublished %  n then) • loping a chain of ifkK %  la laws .. I l-ral acts. r BUT MIAMI INVESTIGATORS MAINTAIN THEIR I'.-iriloi. Our Error For a long time, Moscow has been a .ng the theory that it can do no ot'tn. %  e ; o,ld ,s plo: S2 ot the boviet Union What might b, sponse, and Hi this week wh, paper, published accord with Russia^ lX$£^* T is interestinq, howevpr Pf ,se cution. Ii story on ^*^££J**~*' Tass dispatch f.om Tel^viv Qined ta u expressed that the public-,„K P ."" a Was a denial of a Tass ,S r y Izvos,,a < in cmy 0 her fash 0n Tu^ '2 "" J* "**** Soviet press very rar elv nusual s 'ce the of its own stand V ^^^ e PdiaUon. We might now assume that M„ cded to cons,der itseU fall Kt T W has *+ probably be more into, JS / e: I" W "W psychology 0 add a dS^ *•>• toward morbid„ y in le^T^^^ merei) seeking Information and th* > not t>' invoked since answet ; i lUon What appears th i .. i have all involved •,. nti of 12: .. %  n.i I.ail. fact that such citations an rpH nl undue harshness, there is precedent i here. i/ed opinion, for the denial of bail except in these i i Involved; 2) where a pri rnmii feared ih.it the individual ma) i the jar What must not be forgotten here is the (act that penoej i mvi .tigators havi merely been inbpi ei I and qj %  I indicted tor a crime. This situation hold i I place throughout the nation; Miami • fiprtal i in the 1_' month contempt sentence ird it would N' interesting to n aiJ employed when American citizens are u ted uding murder I'nder these circumstances, thi inrtividuallf that hi isuspect and that anything I may hi him thus, Fifth Amendment immunity i. i.ill> unilj him b) h..i subsequent!) beeoOMi the prosecuting tency '^T failure until now to hold self incriminatn : munitysfl i'i as ( ommunist Investigations are ronceraflf] to circumvent the Constitution an *-~tat>ua* lor incarceration there, points to a .menMT^ in which we ansuffering today Then can be art Ihi methods our investigative groups use t" uncover I %  our tacit approval of them, characteri/. mass I certain!) l-oomcrnng at some futuni .--nd ua l """ reedom we hold so dear. IT MUST BE CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD that, -lonj Hcall) minded Americans. I am in whole an rd wit :i ms ..f current Communist investigations natioiiall) : unalterabl) opposed to the techniques employes' bf r which in every manner simulate those used b> I nt forms we deplore, the earmark of the slow moving pi > system of checks and balances in its legisW ''iii'v must involve a willingness to respect :** fellow citizens and to insist on then innorrttif Proven guilt) nor must it permit pre-judgment in *l 'her organ of mass expression; nor can it brook tfcf ; ">nch atmosphere wherein the surgery, whose endbi a while the patient—this free oati n-*"L •• %  nited States depends upon a he.dthy rM"j well as („r the dignity of the individual 1 ',"""' as w l must involve recognising the t>pes '-** { """ committeei of inquiry. Into this ...tegory law "''"•"" "hose affiliations with Communism are past.,*** M* J oined the pan, „ Msociated themselves with ->.pav !• •" %  > "lr intellectual or economic reas.mJ tr.d, .' i'", r "' '""""""ism. once and for all separttint-J %  !" -I American ideals, did not emerge for them unt. 1 Red global ambition and political tyranny betaaej J" as we were attempting to establish universal peace. T" 1 () '' an expression of fact. — Wh, jT 0ry "' ur ,,m< Ganges this nations ph.losoph) ^ 0ur *', ormp rty reasonable is. in a growing spirit ol t***l """>^d confusion ,n this regard, apart from pr'^f/J <..n onl, f.nd us concentrating on the self purged aadj" while ne?..2 ,eadw ( r ^"P* "' information he ma) gnatt'^J am .n. u l n 1 n ur r "'rcea to out root the stout I *2*1 aJm?o? i V"' 8h, • w mu forward eantiousl) FttUjJ mg JJir P,> %  *'• ^ hould remember that civil "• *,| the monrent n0, ^ und mi y what seem, to be .be



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iUGUST 20. 1954 +Je*isfincr/cftor, PAGE 9 ^RB^'^^% i A Miss Habih OHtooses September Wtxldii.tf, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Habib. 22S^ 271 h .\t., announce the engagement | of their daughter, Kachcllc, i., Adam Kimmski. Miss Habib graduated from Miami Beach High School, attended the Lniwrsity ,,f Florida, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi, and Pratt butitute in New York. Mr. Kaminski is a graduate "I the University of Imsbruck in An-. tria. where he received a degree > in Political Science. During World War II, he headed the American .Joint Distribution Committc m Austria for five years, then came is tdith N. Bernit Straus DiDecember 'li (if December will marriage of Edith Naand Arnold M. Straus. • elect's mother. Mrs. lie. 411 82nd ter.. Miis announcing the couthaL run' attended the Univernda and the University i here her sorority is Ali Phi. Hi-, whose parents are Mrs, Alex Straus. 4202 ave., attended Tulane and the University of School. His fraternity ,i Tau. ^ %  r of the Interfraternity belongs to Alpha KapMiicss honorarv. Miss Margolin is -7 Mr. Heldman's Bride • Mim Loin Margolin 1 became the >nde of Leonard Feldinan at a double ring candlelight ceremony, August 8 in the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Mayer Ahram.iwit*. Of the North Shore Jewish ('enter olii dated. Theme of the wedding was pink and white. The biides gown waa a Cell Chapman original of pink silk organza. The bouffant skirl and sweetheart neckline -vere offset by ruching of the same material. Her h;it araa of pink silk organza, trimmed in tiny seed pearls wi'h fingertip veil of pink illusion and traces ol -eed pearls. Mrs. M. Lakritz, her cousin, was matron of honor. Ben I tdman, brother of the groo n, m man The bride Is the daugh er ol Mr, and M r ^ M?v\ ^in, N a York. Mr. Feldman is the son of the A. Feldmans, Miami Beach The couple will reside in Palm Beach after a honeymoon trip to Cuba. bris Win on Bench Mitt Knid David heAlbert L. Apseloff in lore Tarrace Hotel on a< 1the-daughter of Mr. Max Davis. 25 North [Miami Beach. The groom ; of Mrs. Lillian Apseloff, O. and the late Isaac fnnah Weindrop. sister of groom, attended as manor. Junior bridesmaids iv Scheineson and SherP Weindrop carried the Minna Rae Leveson was Irl Soloist for the cere| Mrs. Cora Leveson. I Apseloff acted as best Mitchell Davis, uncle of \. was groomsman. UsherMaurice Beeman and Jurruain. honeymoon in New York. Doffs will be at home in path. Miss Kachtllt Habib to the United States in 1950. Mr. Kamlnski's brother. Murray Kamin, lives in Miami at 5530 SW 4th st. with his family. The wedding will take placeearly in Septomber. Accent on Laughter At Biltmore Theater The emphasis is on laughter this week at the Biltmore Playhouse as Sherry Britton and Rex O'Malley join forces to make "The Little i Hut" one of the bright spots in Sam Hirsch's series of legitimate shows. With able assistance from John Behney, Miss Britton and Mr. i O'Malley have kept local audiences in laughter since the French farce opened Tuesday night. "The Little Hut" is a situation ] comedy about a husband and a wife and her clandestine sweet! heart, who are stranded on a desert island. The complications that ensue add up to an enjoyable nights entertainment. The play will be presented nightly except Monday through August 29, with matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Miami Chapter Meets Greater Miami Chapter. National Nephrosis Foundation, will hold a regular meeting on Monday, August 23, 8:30 p.m., at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, room 2A. Mrs. Lakritz Feted At Past NuptuaJ Local residents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Herlands, 7125 Rue Granville, Miami Beach, celebrated their daughter Marlene's recent marriage to Mr. Arnold H. Lakritz at a post nuptial luncheon held in the Scheherazade Room of the ; Algiers Hotel on August 7. Mr. Lakritz. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lakritz, Long Beach. Long Island, New York, and Miami Beach, and the former Miss HerI lands were wed on June 28 in Long Island. The bride attended Miami Beach High School, the University of Florida, where she was a member of Los Picaros, Spanish honorary, and the pep" club, Mexico City College and Charron Williams Com. mercial College. i She is currently employed as i secretary to the Dean of the Grad[ uale School at the University of > Miami. Mr. Lakritz was recently dis! charged from the United States l Army, where he served with the I Armed Forces radio service as chief engineer and announcer at .the main radio station in Vienna Austria. Since his return from Austria, he has continued his engineering stu, dies at the University of Miami. i where the couple are presently re' siding in the married dormitories. The bride received her guests in | her wedding dress of ice blue peau de soic trimmed in degon lace with matching hat. Aside from close friends who attended, were her cousins. Mrs. Doris Cantor, Miss Barbara Herlands of Cincinnati. Ohio, and Miss Lois Margolin, of Brooklyn, New York, who became the bride of Mr. Leonard Feldman, a local Miami Beach resident, on August 8. also at the Algiers Hotel. Ktlingers Mark (iolricn Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ettinger, 922 Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with two of their children, Arthur and Sidney, who also live on the Beach. The Ettingers. who have been coming to Miami Beach from Yonkers, NY., since 1935. plan to make their permanent home here. They have two other children, Seymour, and Mrs. Bernard Krasner, who both live in Yonkers. Wfi in :' K.I hn Mrs. Leonard FeMmn YOUNG ENGLISH WOMAN •rrivierfl New York November. Good reference!. WANTS SITUATION AS COOK OR GENEIAl HELP. Florid*, lor b MMortht with orthodox family. BOM PC 17533, W. M. Smith 1 Son Ltd., Hem th o tor 3, England. 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tewifeltUHIiDiciidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ; 23—Number 34 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS [000 Moroccan Jews Seek Emigration To Israel Attempt to Suppress Anti-Nazi Book -d Russell Resigns Army Position )N (JTA> — An official suppress publication of look exposing German i^ainst the Jews, creatre here this week when sell, of Liverpool, the Lrmy's Assistant Judge General, resigned his IT than accede to the or'SSing his book. tussell, a wounded and veteran of both World s a British representajthe Allied War Crimes f Friends said this week [had been deeply moved of the torture inflictEuropean Jewry by the |d hud drawn on his exand discoveries at Berfn and other Nazi death writing his book, "The of the Swastika," which ed for publication August Official opposition to the book was based on reluctance here to see in print anything that might be offensive to the Germans who are being urged to an armed role in EDC and that might create further sentiment here against German rearmament. A Foreign Office spokesman said that "the Foreign Office has never seen the book and has given no ruling on it. The action tak en on the book has been taken entirely on Lord Chancellor's responsibility. "However," the spokesman added, "the Lord Chancellor did first consult the Foreign Office as to its general practice in cases where a member or former member of the Foreign Office wished to publish a book of a controversial nature. The Lord Chancellor was then Many Persons Secretly Warned; Threats Issued to Leave Country told by the Foreign Office that the practice wag not to permit such publication." The Lord Chancellor subsequently stated Lhat the book was found objectionable "not because of the nature of the views" expressed in it but because of the "undesirability of a holder of judicial office expressing views which are intended to affect or.' may affect a matter of present public controversy." The London Daily Express attacked the government stand as "a monstrous act of censorship." The paper declared the book is "strictly factual, a cold recital of dreadful historical events. It tells of the concentration camps at JERUSALEM (JTA) — Twenty-1 ported, were injured, shops were five thousand Jews in Morocco looted, businesses and artisans' I registered with the Jewish | booths that had been maintained by Moroccan Jews for generations. Agency for emigration to Israel, it' was announced here this week. In view of the tense situation in Morocco, the Agency has negotiated with an Israeli shipping company for their transportation. Sixteen hundred Moroccan Jews are to arrive here this month and 2,000 in September. A number of well-to-do Jews in Morocco have received threatening letters from Arab terrorists, ordering these Jews to leave the country within three months, it was reported here by David Rubino, a merchant, upon his arrival from Casablanca. Rubino, .in giving the first eye' witness report on the Moslem ter 1 ,ypf I' ] TJrt ,? Uch f er wald of ,ne : ror against Jews in Morocco, said Warsaw Ghetto, of the massacres tha ££ Jews os thejr jves ,„ of Lidice and Oradour. and of the (ne pogroms in Fez and Petitjean extermination of G.OCU.000 Jews." | last week. Many other Jews, he reU.S. is Charged With Leading Negative Cause */.WASHINGTON n of Germany. Dr. John, West German Intelligence j [mysteriously disappeared fest Berlin on July 20. He in East Berlin on August j i resa conference, where he | was not perturbed by the of treason being levelled West Germany. The permade these charges were the same persons who had considered bim a traitor for participating in the Jirly 20, 1*44, plot to kill rfitler, he said. Communist exaggerations and distortion of fact have been cleverly exploited by apologists for Nazism. Such apologists are using McCarthyism against all who would oppose German remilitarization. An individual's views on whether Germany should be trusted with a new army are being interpreted as proof of either pro or anti-Communism. The Communist Party line now happens to be shrieking out against Continued on Pat* 2 Cabinet Coalition Endangered by Restrictions; Disagreement Voiced figure of $115,000,000 in economic aid for the Near East. This sum includes an undetermined amount for Israel, estimated at $40,000,000 or ten Arthur Z. Gardiner, chief politico-economic adviser of the Near Eastern Division of the State Department, testifying before the committee, implied that Walter Clay Lowdermilk, noted American authority on soil erosion, is favoring Israel for personal gain. Sen. Everett Dirksen. of Illinois, asked if Ambassador Eric Johnston's Jordan development program followed "the basic pattern set out by Lowdermilk in his books many years ago." Mr. Gardiner replied: "Lowdermilk. sir, was an employe of the Jewish Agency, and later of the Israelis, and his task was to find out how much water could be brought to Jewish tern too' to serve Jewish needs. Now, such a paper cannot be carried out Continued en Page 13 JERUSALEM (JTA) — Premier, Moshe Sharetfs coalition cabinet j Tuesday faced a crisis when the General Zionists, the second largest party in the Israeli Parliament, threatened to vote independently, and thus bring about a situation under which measures proposed by the Cabinet may not re ceive the necessary parliamentary majority. The General Zionists and Preimier Sharetfs party, the Mapai disagree on the timing for present ing to Parliament new changes in the election laws Both the General Zionists and the Mapai had already agreed to the changes themselves. Or. Wolfer C. lowdermilk .. (barfed with favoritism were smashed by the rioters. "The terror is not aimed specifically against the Jews." he declared. "The terror has its own political motivation. But Jews are suffering, and losing their lives. Most Moroccan Jews want to leave the country, want to emigrate to Israel. This includes many who, up til very recently, had no particular desire to go to Israel. These have changed their minds overnight, because of the pogroms." In Algiers, Francis Lacoste. French Resident-General in Morocso. expressed his "deep regret" over the recent pogrom at Petitjean which cost six Jewish lives. He assured Jewish leaders that he would "put into effect all steps possible in order to prevent Jews and other sections of our population from coming to harm as a result of the propaganda let loose here in consequence of the campaign of hatred launched by extremists." Th*se assurances were wired by him to Benjamin Heller, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Algeria, and Jacques l.i/arus. head of the World Jew i-h Congress North African bureau. The Jewish leaders had telegraphad '! Laeeste, after the pogrom, expressing "deep emotion and shock over the outrageous murders." M. Lacoste was urged by them to take "all measures insuring the efficient protection of Mococcan subjects of Jewish origin." They also requested him to take steps leading to the "arrest and just punishContinued on Page 13 UN Chief Hopes Truce Situation Set to Improve UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Ma j. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, newly appointed chief of the United Nationstruce supervisory organization in Palestine, told a press conference here this week that he felt the Anglo-Egyptian agreement regarding the Suez Canal would bring about an improvement in the atmosphere of the Middle East and "one would hope that it would have an effect on the Palestine situation." %  • He also expressed the hope that Israel would return to the IsraelI Jordan Armistice Com mission, which Israel has boycotted for several months Gen. Burns, who succeeds Maj. Gen. Vagn Bennike, said he ex; pected to arrive in Jerusalem on August 19. He revealed that, with Bennike. he would visit the capitals of the states involved in the Palestine armistic* agreements. The new UN truce chief found the Israel Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission acting in wiping the slate clean of charges and countercharges "an encouraging development." "I hope to keep that slate clean," he stated. He has spent his time here, he said, in interviewing and seeing the Secrei tary-General and the delegates from Israel, Lebanon and Egypt. '. •



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* lwi danger oi German rapprochement with the Sov iel Union, in a new alliance against the West. Communists have raster i Nazis to important posts in East Germany while decrying %  • similar ocess in West Germany. But convincing moral grounds are cited by patriotic Americans who know 'I'.it the murderers ol Euro,pe*an Jewry cannot-be truste.l U i guardians of democracy Soviet spokesmen exaggerate 'in iNazi menace out of all proportion | On the other hand. Washington officials minimize II In i %  %  > hl,h also tend! to obscure the truth |One doesn't haw to I"' i govern iment officials to know thai members of chancellor Adenauer cab line! who were Hitler supporters and Nazi! are Waldemar Krafl {Minister without Portfolio TheoI dor Oberlaender Ministi i t> M .,„,, Exp. Ii G< rhai Shroeder, Minister \ Interioi Victor Preusker Housini The head i I Di Adenauer's Chancellor] '• H "'• ,,: ,Dkl uh was legal adviser to thi N'azi Minister "i Intei ior in th< gime Dr Glol writi the official commi l„.,. j raC i a ] | a ws Dr Franz Mass teller is counsellor ol the rtice It was the same Dr Massfeller who wrote Ihi cial commentarj to the Hit laws "for Hi' >n ol tier man blood and honoi He partici Southeast Region ZOA Plans Meeting In Jacksonville; Burson to Report Cantor Abraham \ Marlon. of Jack-on. Florida et ij the Zionist Organizai 11 oi America, has announci d • Incitj will be this o thi S utheasti i n Region of ZOA for its 17th annual conven : 3 tO Ii rhis year's convention will open with ition on Fridaj S p ti mber 3 from 5 t<> (i p m ai the Hotel Roosevelt Fridaj evening Kosher dinner "ill be held for and Jacksonville Jewry in the Jacksonville Jewish Center ,,t 6 p. in al which time (he Noun-; .Hidaeaoi Jacksonville "ill pre• nt a program. Services in the main synagogue will follow the dinner, when the lacksonville Choral Society, under the direction of Cantor Marton. will sing. The Hadassah Chapter ol Jacksonville will tender Kabulath Shabbat at the conclusion of the services. On Saturday morning, regular -ervice> will take place in the Jack Minville Jewish Center, followed by a special luncheon held for delegates of the Southeastern ZOA Region in the Center. At 3 p.m., the Jacksonville Jewish Community and the ZOA delegates will be invited to participate in an Oneg Shabbat al the (enter, which will this year take the form of an education seminar. Saturday niuht at 8 p.m.. marks the formal opening of the conven tion at which time Leo R. Burson. president of the Southeastern Re gion. will make his annual reporl. This session will take place at the Hotel Roosevelt where all dele gates will be housed. Director of the Region. Miss Helen R. Schnei der. will also submit her summary oi her first year's affiliation with leo K. Burson the Southeastern Region Sunday's session of the conven tion will be devoted to elect ion of : officers. New plans for the ensuing year will be projected, resulting j from the session and plans made at this year's annual national con vention of ZOA in New York City held at the end of June. Sunday evening will be high lighted by a banquet at 8 p.l the Center Monday has been set aside for the annual Southern Zionist Youth Commission meeting at the Hotel Roosevelt from in a m. to 4 p m Representative! ol Hadassah and ZOA will meet to discu-s the many aspects of the program that the Commission is prepared to present young people of the Southea-1 Jewish community. n the Wannsee "<' r '/ which was concerned among pother ,,„„ with the qu. pulsorj sterilu DI i %  h l '"r",'"'!"!'. ted Hi..! pen personnel ol I Nazi and Rib ,rop diplomats H, Stal. Department ha* tions about thi i. the fact that v '" ,. in the -ui : th. 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PAGE 8 +Jels*nu*tori_ FRIDAY. AUGT J Miss Sussman Becomes Bride of Bert Goldberg; Couple Honeymoons in Mexico Miss Joyce Shelby Sussman became the bride Of Bert Goldberg on Sunday. August 15. in I ceremony at 11:30 a.m. in the Kismet Room <>f the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. The bride is the'daughter of Mr and MrSamuel Sussman, 1580 West ave. Mr. Goldberg's parents are the Harry Goldbergs, New York City and Miami Beach Newlywed Mrs. Goldberg was attired in a waltz-length gown of delicate starlet blue. The bodice of French re-embroidered Alencon lace was treated with a figuremoulding long torso and deep sculptured neckline emphasized by the lace pattern which extended around the shoulder Into a deep back. Her skirt was a billow) bouffant of layers of misty tulle oxer peau de soie. The headpiece w I S a matching lace tiara with elbowlength veil. She carried a blue prayerbook with two white orchids and stephanotis. and w a s given away by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs Arnold Sussnian. Houston, Tex., the bride's sister-in-law. She wore a short gown of blue starlet silk chiffon and carried a cascade bouquet of white feathered carnations and blue delphiniums. Guest book was kept by Miss Felicia Orovitz. friend of the bride Max Lerman. of New York, the groom's brother-in-law, was best man. Ushers included Arnold Sussman, Houston, and Seymour J. Sussman, Savannah, Ga brothers ol the bride. The bride's mother c !i a -hurt mimosa gold gown of chantilly lace, with brief sleeves and ion trolled lull skirt. A short gown of champagne lace over toa^t silk taffeta was the outfit chosen by the groom's mother. Hi r strapless gown had a crushed lischu covering the shoulder and full skirt with inserted lace tiers The bride graduated from Miami Beach High School and holds the Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Miami. She was pres .dent ot Delta Phi Epsilon sorority lor two years, a student govern ment senator. Panhellenic member and Ibis sorority editor. She is nowsouthern regional president of DPhiE. Mr. Goldberg graduated from Miami Beach High School and holds a BA degree Irom the U of M. He was editor of Hurricane, campus new-paper: president of Sigma Delta Chi. journalism fraternity; president of Lead and Ink. journalism honorary; vice president of Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership scholastic fraternity; vice president of Phi Epsilon Pi, social fraternity: member of Iron Arrow, highest men's honorary; and public relations secretary for the student government He is now a member of the pro fessional chapter of Sigma Delta Chi and publicity director for Da nia Jai-Alai Fronton. A reception held in the Scheher ezade Room of the hotel was followed by a champagne breakfast NOW PLAYING THRU AUGUST 29 SAM HIRSCH presents Sherry Britton and Rex O'Malley in the [Year's Most Talked About Comedy "THE LITTLE HUT" with JOHN BEHNEY Nightly (except Mon.) 8:30 MATINEES SAT. end SUN. Box Olfice Open 10-10 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 7-1842 or 89-9755 ADULTS ONiril! <1>. 1.2.-. l.l |.50 tax Iftc, Air Conditioned BIITM0RE PLAYHOUSE 151 N.E. 40th ST. MIAMI Opening Aug. 31 Jay Robinson in "NIGHT MUST fAW RabM ShmarSwir-k\. Beth Kl spiritual • i v?ib#i Out-of-town guests included the bride's maternal grandfather Louis Romer, ol New York, and Mrs Harry l.ilstlg anil son, .Ionian of Bridgeport. COM The bridal golng-awa> -uit v an oyster white dressmaker chiffon worsted Th< couple honeymooning in Mexico f are Births Recent births in the Git aler Mi ami area include the following: Jeffrey Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Sherwin Levine, 421 North Hibiscus dr. R erl son ot Mr and Mrs I ouis Cautin, 12UI Pennsylvan i ave Nina i Samuel Zimmerman, '.".'5 Shore dr. Ross Bennett, son ol Mi Mrs. Milton Lewis, 2020 dr. Ira Andre, son ol Mr and Ml Albeit Kinsler. 1114 Ocean dr Susan Joyce itei Mr and Mrs. Davi I I ohi n, 2150 SV. 19th ter. Barbara Vnne dau ht< r ol Mr and Mr-. Reuben Levine 891 \i. 156th ter Calvin Barry, si n of Mr and MrLuis Sher. 3354 SW 28th -I Sharon Lynn, daughter oi Ml and Mrs. Hi ward Meyers, 9921 NW 100th si Michael Bennett, son ol Mr and Mrs Warren Stern !i s\v 2nd si Jeffery Alan, son of Mr and Mrs Irving Saxenhaus 940 SW 2nd si Mrs. teonerd f. Parker (iivciii'uld. Parker Kxehantfe Vows Barbara Vna Greenfield and nl iParker exchanged vows ing at a candlelight the Algiers Hotel Dr JOM ph u Narot Tempi) l rael spiritual li the double ring ci n monj Dr Ja cob II Kaplan who married the parent -. gavi nediclion The former Miss (ii i Mr .md Mr Irvint I 1495 N ulilus dr : lather Hi ; %  'l!i' i rchid %  Hui MrPaul the %  thj Sail, New York Nan Edith Bernie and \rli %  tie „II won gowns ul tlllle Mr Parki r is f Mi MiMorris Parki i Pa il Parker. Inbrother, was I Thl lour ol Europe and will sail >i the Qui i n Elizi •" th The) plan to live in Miami B< I ,,. Sherman Chooses Lace, Tullel fiilTela lor Wedding to Medical styj l ?1 .|, Kl ongn gation Sunday w ,. t! ul the wedding of rinan and Donald A Her ,. m double ring rites p formed bj %  i i %  Id, bride ithe daughter of Mr. .,,,,1 Mrs Harrj U Sherman. 015 I'.. rman is the son B i man. 2421 Panrwa; and ihe late Mr. all Civen in marriage by her parid,• brtdc wore a gown ol a nd nykm tulle over white t it!' la styled with a standup %  ,;i ; ,r lace bodici short sleeves nutlets and bouf• l.irt \ tiara ol pearls held her veil prayi rbooii covered ., white orchid and shattered Matron of honor was the bride's ; Mrs Bob Schwartz. Her bal|i ni-a length gown of mauve pink < iv tali He and nylon tulle had a -birred bodice and apron effect. attendants Mrs Murrcl Kastan. %  of the bridegroom, Joanie Orlin and Henec Tubman. wore similar!) styled gowns in blue and earned matching carnations. Ithonda and Lotiia Kastan. niece ami nephew of the bridegroom, were flower girl and ring bearer. Mrs. Donald t. tt, n \ Danes for Veteram To broaden it,\ f teran, the B'nai Bnlh Wono,] Shore Chapter, arc fcavitf J Sunday. Augu-t 22. 9 mi Murrel Kastan was best man for i .. '_ F *7 h,brother in law Uahen includ • Mou,m R 11 -' ,{ "" m tstj ed Hob Schwartz, brother-in-law of Hotel. Chairmen of the i the bride, Byron Cirlin and SanMrs. Irwng Rubin and shJ ford Kimhall. | Weston. A reception followed at Beth El Vfter August 26. the f will live in New Orleans. Mi Herman i a sophomore in Tu mi Mi in ..I School Krause. Lustig mlhal Revealed i'.cl Jr* Krause and Herwill be married on Ocnd Mr (iene L. I U SW liith ter Miami. ,n ipli betrothal tillWl Ki iduated from Minior High School, where she mi I Mi-Hlue and Gold. ttei led the I'ruversity of Miami on a Miami Fashion Council hip The bride-elect wu also a stuInii Art Institute Mi Lustig, son of the Saul Lus%  York City, attended NewYork University, where he played varsity basketball He la now in business in Nee York. k Mitt Svitnnt I. 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AUGUST 20. 1954 **/€#>/fcr*h#7 PAGE 3 lute Scheduled luno Beach Grand Lodge No. 5 and Hda Federation of B'nai Lodges and Chapters will jihiir first annual B'nai Ltitute of Judaism in Flor| ( Juno Ranch Motel, Juno [ugusl 26 through 29. of the Institute will be: in a (hanging World." nil lecturers will be LudFiMihn, novelist of internaInu' and Professor of ComLiterature at Brandeis Iy; Marvin Lowenthal, (lecturer, traveler and hiiInd Kabbi Irving Lebrman, (Kmanu-El of the Miami kiritual leader. Simon, local attorney, is of the Institute Commitfcrs are Milton Mannheimer Matthow Drosdoff, coj: Mrs. Jack R. Wein, cofor women; and Louis \, ST.. president of District dge No. 5. jrst B'nai B'rith Institute [jsm was held at Wilacres, dtzerland, N.C., in 194. at time, B'nai B'ritii In[ have become nationally centers of Jewish learnninar form. They are dedithe study of the entire Jewish learning and traectures are conducted in nal manner. [our hope to bring to the of Florida the learning |itual rejuvenation that the were designed to develon explained. unior Ranch Motel is loJ Juno Beach; Fla., approxi[l5 miles north of West ach on U.S. Highway No. 1. tankn of the Institute pn Thursday, August 26, at pith registration and room fcnts. School Slates ration August 23 h and Kindergarten kperated by the Coral Gan>h Center Sisterhood will gi'-tration for the fall term I and 24 from 9 a.m. to 12 the Center, 320 Palermo Tding to an announce week. will open September 7 iividual classes for each from three to five years, |by qualified experienced • him includes creative crafts, music, games, suplay. tield trips and a {orientation program cenjund the holidays. Beverages Will bute Ballantine pine Beer Company this ounced that the new firm Beverages will be their ributors in the Greater Mip of Ballantine beer and Coy)*, of Coyle Beveragboen associated with the tributing business here for 20 years. The new comits offices in Hialeah. g Firm Moves ng Arts, a Miami commercing firm, has moved into larger quarters at 1200 i st. The new location proore than 8,000 square feet space. Owners and opera [the firm are Jack, Jesse, and Al Teitler. ig Socials Due [in a series of evening so]11 be held by the Israelite on Saturday at 8 p.m., acto an announcement this Morris Goldenberg. housrman, and Isidore Vishkoff, chairman. The series is the Center building. IN MIAMI 087; 732 BISC Mmfthtw K. ttckir Becker to Continue Studies at St. Louis Among the many students who will shortly be leaving Miami to continue their studies is Matthew K. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Becker, 1121 SW 2nd St. He will fly to St. Louis on September 2 to begin advanced study at the Medical School of Washington University, where he was accepted in the Fall of 1953 after completing his pre medical requirements at the University of Miami. The -19-year-old senior completed the requirements within 3 years of his entrance at the U of M, with an overall average of 2.84 out of a possible 3, as a chemistry major and zoology minor. Born November 5, 1934 in Brooklyn, N.Y., Matthew lived in New Jersey and moved here in 1944. He attended Riverside Elementary School and Ada Merritt Junior High School. He is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, where he played in the band for three years. He made Etude Club, and band honorary, and maintained a 94 average while in High School. In 1951, he was granted a fouryear Dade County Scholastic Scholarship to the U of M, where he was tapped by Phi Eta Sigma. National Freshman Honorary, which he served as senior advisor; Alpha Epsilon Delta, national pre-medical honorary, serving as editor of 'Scalpel": Beta Beta Beta, international biology honorary; chemistry honorary of U of M; Alpha Sigma L'psilon, honor fraternity leadership group, where he was scribe; and Alpha Phi Omega, national honorary service fraternity, where he acted as alumni secretary. He was an active member of the Tau Epsilon Phi, social fraternity, Tau Xi Chapter, since his freshman year, where he achieved the national Best Scribe's Key award, is a past vice chancellor of his chapter and won the annual scholarship award trophy twice in succession. Matthew has also worked as an orderly at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was a student at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, serving as junior rabbi and president. He was also president of his confirmation class. For the past three years he has been a Sunday school teacher. Hadassah Convenes In New York on 22 NEW YORK—More than 4.000 delegates and guests to the 40th annual convention of Hadassah, the women's Zionist organization, were arriving in New York this weqk,,by plane, train, bus and auto from ail sections of the United States for the opening on Sunday, August 22. of the four-day sessions which are expected to have far-reaching effects on Hadassah s program in Israel and the United States. Delegates from the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah will be represented at the convention. Among those attending will be Mrs. Samuel Z, Sakrais. chapter president, and Mrs, Irwin Weinstein, president of the Southeast' region of the women's organization. Because of the gravity of many of the issues facing the delegates, the convention will open on Sunday afternoon, in contrast with previous years when Hadassah conventions opened Sunday evenings. The additional session was scheduled to give the delegates sufficient time for a thorough airing of all problems. Among the prominent American and Israeli leaders who will address the convention are United States Senator A. S. Mike Monroney, of Oklahoma; Governor Theodore R. McKeldin, Jr., of Maryland; Mayor Robert Wagner, of New York; Israel Consul General Avraham Harman, who is returning this weekend from a visit to Israel; Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director general of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel; Moshe Kol, of Jerusalem, director of the World Youth Aliyah movement; and Louis Lipsky, long one of America's most distinguished Zionists. Latest developments affecting the social, economic and political well-being of Israel will be placed before the convention, along with recommendations relating to the increasingly-important A m erican cue and rehabilitation, vocational aspects of the Hadassah program. Robert Wogner Beth David Plays Host To Bible Study Class Beth David Synagogue played host this week to the Bible Study class of the LeJeune Presbyterian Church of Coral Gables. Rev. Barges, minister, in conducting a tour of the churches and synagogues in Miami, made Beth David one of his points of call. Herbert E. Scher, president of the congregation, and Max Jacobson, president of the Men's Club, welcomed the group. A brief explanation of customs and rituals was presented to the group by Nathan Zcichner, Sexton at Beth David. ajfifctf <&KI BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, ate. .\. i .MI HKHI.II inn in to 1000 People Strictly Koihtr Kitchen I'nder SuiMTVi^lon of Rabbi J o—p h !•;. Ilarkov.iky Call Saul Herman, 58-0811 IH LIDO HOTEL S^'S 1 /SlV|l^£> i Coffee Shop Flamingo Chapter Affair Flamingo Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will hold a "Splash N' Dance" at the Bombay Hotel on Saturday, August 21. SPEND YOUK StimmiK VACATION IN THE BLUE RIDGt mOUNTAINS Osceola Lake Inn HENDERSONVIUE, NORTH CAROUNA Joe Rubin, Ownr-Mgr. 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