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The Jewish Floridian ( August 27, 1954 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 28—Number 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS [ A nswers :s Service fs Charge by 's Advisor (YORK %  ——w social affairs of Israel Delegation; Mrs. Sophie GrinbergVinaver, secretary of the Commission on the Status of Women; and Constantine Stavropoulos, principle director in charge of the UN Legal Department. WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secre tary of State John Foster Dulles was reported this week to appear more hopeful on Hear Eastern affairs than in some time. Philip Klutznick. president of B'nai B'rith. who conferred with the Secretary of State this week, said that Mr. Dulles saw more hope for favorable developments in the Near East. Mr. Klutznick called at j the State Department to discuss : the Arab Israel situation in the %  lijaht of the planned British with drawal from the Suez Canal Zone. Mr. Klutznick said his conversation with Mr. Dulles gave him con fidence that progress would be made. He added that problems in volving Israel are now receiving Mr. Dulles' "personal and intimate attention." In Johannesburg, an Israeli Cabinet member disclosed this week that Israel is negotiating with Britain and the United States regarding steps to be taken following British evacuation of the Canal .zone. Joseph Saphir, the Minister of Transport, said that "we have j warned both the Britsh and AmeriI can Governments of the possible consequences and implications — for them as well as for us — that I might result from Great Britain's evacuation of the Suez Canal area. We are urging both governments to take effective steps against increased tension in the Middle East." The Israeli told South Africans i who greeted him on his arrival there that Israel will not be intimidated by hostile statements and threats from Arab statesmen. Afi firming Israel's desire for peace. ', he added, "if any country attacks us. we are fully prepared to meet the situation." According to reports published in London by the Daily Telegraph. Israel, in a series of five notes it has already sent the British Foreign Office on the Suez Canal situation, seeks assurance that the I final settlement between Britain and Egypt will include an agreeUN Chief Defends Pessimistic Views on Near Eastern Area lontinued on Page 2 idassah Meets Convention YORK (WNS) Senator A. S. Ilonroney, of Oklahoma, adfK the opening session of the inual convention of Hadaslutioned against large-scale fcan military aid to the Arab |es •ring "we cannot hope to le Arab states, or Israel for fatter, so that any of these could cope with the Red in the event of an invasion. Monroney asserted that iich quantity and quality of hat would be useful in with Bg such an invasion would (inly a false hope of security Invasion while upsetting luous balance of power that Usti between Israel and the The Oklahoman said it be unfair to blame the Kis IT Administration for the de% tion in Arab-Israel relations, offered the view that an ited American program of cal and economic aid to land the Arab states offered Continued on Page 4 1 Mill) NATIONS (JTA)-United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold explained this week at a press conference here why he had said that "the time is not yet here for a peace settlement between the Arab states and Israel." This statement had been included in the annual report Mr. Hammarskjold published last week, as prepared for submission to the UN General Assembly which starts its session next month. "Realism is always a good thing in politics." the UN Secretary-General told his press conference. He challenged anyone to contest the truth of his statement about the Arab-Israel peace possibilities at the present time. "We should not fool ourselves that we have gotten farther than we have," he emphasized. Mr. Hammarskjold announced at the press conference the appointment of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, former mediator of the Arab-Jewish war. as one of the UN undersecretaries. However, he denied that Dr. Bunche would be primarily concerned with the Palestine issue. The UN Secretary General paid generous tribute to Maj. Gen Vagn Bennike. retiring chief of staff of the truce supervision organization in Palestine. He said he had "unreserved admiration" for what Gen. Bennike had done, and added it was "what one might expect from a man of his upright moral attitude and great integrity and judgment. "I can't remember." Mr. Hammarskjold went on, "any case of disagreement between myself and Gen. Bennike. There was a complete meeting of minds between us." The Secretary-General added that Gen. Bennike had "made all the contribution that an outstanding personality could make toward peace." The United Nations Security Council, at a closed meeting here this week, approved the draft of a report to be submitted to the forthcoming session of the General Assembly on the activities of the Council during the year ending July 15. 1954. The Council, whose deliberations and decisions during the year were devoted to a great extent to the Arab-Israel issue, also approved a number of amendments to its draff* report which had been circulated before the meeting. The members of the Council decided that, if more amendments are received, a further meeting will be called. Otherwise, the report will be considered adopted. The contents of the drafted report were not tnade public by the Council, nor was the nature of the approved amendments. The Arab-Israel issue does not figure on the agenda of the forthcoming session of the General Assembly, which is scheduled to open here next month. The only item concerning the Palestine situation which appears on the agenda is a report on relief work among Palestine refugees in the Arab coun tries. Will Continue to Oppose Policy Sharett Repeats Objection To U.S. Arming of Arabs xieties." But Mr. Sharett added. "I TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel will calm Israel in the face of her ancontinue to oppose the United States policy of arming the Arab •tales, and will not be satisfied with mere verbal guarantees of its security, which is now even in | greater danger as a, result of the British Egyptian agreement on Suez, that has brought about a change in the Middle East's balance of power. Premier Mo.she Sharett declared at a press conference here. The Israel Premier, who is also Fon gn Minister, said that U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, in his recent talks with Ismel'l Arnha.-s.idor Abba Eban. 'revealed his good will in an effort to don't think that good will alone can satisfy Israel." Sending arms to the Arab states, the Israel Premier stressed, contributes to the deterioration of peace and stability in the Middle East. It is the equivalent of a prize to the Arab states for their refusal to negotiate peace with Israel, he asserted. Not only will delivery of arms to the Arab states make peace in the Middle East more remote, but it will not even help the stabilization of the already shaky re gimes in the Arab countries themselves, nor will it aid relations Continued on Page 3 > > Philip Klutinick ment for Britain to evacuate its heavy military equipment from the Canal zone, its aircraft and its radar installations. The paper asserted that Israel is especially insistent on removal of the Fayid radar installations which control aircraft movements on the Haifa route. In Cairo. Major Salah Salem. Egyptian Minister of National Guidance, published a pamphlet this week to "explain" the terms of the British-Egyptian Suez Canal zone agreement initialled last listic traditions, but is also harmful to the interests of the American Jewish community and the related month. According to this source, the agreement does not permit British reactivation of the Suez l>a-c %  if a "non-Middle East power" should attack Israel, or "if Israel attacks any of the Arab League states." According to Major Salem, the stipulation against British reactivation of the bases "in the event of an attack from Israel" is part of the agreement, but the New York Times, in quoting Major Salem, noted that the statement does not appear in the published text of the agreement. Meanwhile. Lieut. Col Gams! AbContinved en Page 10



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T > %  i. %  *L^ut ffrrHfrr FRIDAY. PAGE 2 ____-^^======== ======:= ^ m ^ ^ Ike', Advisor Attacks JTA Sew* Service Tli,' threat ;1 low Mo* ;" lli(,(l Is hardly veiled that unless JM makes its dispatches consistent!) conform to a pro-Adminlstra ion ,„„„, oi view, rather than letting news developments speak for them selves, stepiH be taken to fix, the 'responsibility' on anj 01 which give JTA I nancial This would be "guilt by zations assistance. Continued from Page 1 purposes which you claim to serve. •The fact that the Jewish Telegraphic Agency enjoys the financial support of a number of Jewish national organizations and fund-raising institutions, including many local welfare funds, I believe. placean additional responsibility on this agency, lest its behavior be association' apparentlj laid at the door of these organisations," be asserted. Assault on Freedom Mr Rocker, in his reply, told Mr Kaizen that "the management ol the Jewish Telegraphic Agencj has full confidence in the integrit) ,,iul sincerity of its staff" and in its loyalty to JTA policy and "the principles ol a free and honorable journalism." He declared thai we must flatly reject your sweeping and completely unsubstantiated denunciation." • He added however, that if "you will submit specific complaints and I h( w ,. r ,, |n ., position to 'I" so, we "The pre-does not stan I re i! % to yield iifreedom, its right to unrestricted expres as iihistorj mak< i clear; and Mr Katzen has been singularlj ill-advised even I the gesture The di| i .ri \ president, Louis P constitutes an effective rejoinder to which we Fulls The American Hebrew York, m an editorial entitled "An ill Advised Move." said thai "al though Mr Katzen offered no bill of particulars in his letter, even il repb '! the supporting evidence, you may be assured that our board of directj ors will give them proper attention." Mr. Rocker also communi j cated the text of the statement he had issued previously to newspap! era asking for comment on the Katzen charges. In that statement, he declared: "Mr. Katzen's attack on the Jewish Telegraphic Agency is a shock ing a.-sault on freedom of the press As such, it will be resisted to the limit by JTA with. I am confident, the full support of the American Jewish press and community. "Mr Katzen's implied threat that national and local Jewish organizations will be held responsible for the activities of JTA is unprecedented in American political affairs. II will not deter JTA from doing its job to the best of ils ability." Censures Official The attack made upon the Jew i-h Telegraphic Agency was severe |y condemned by the English Jewi-h press. Newspaper editorials voiced support of the JTA, and approved the statement by Mr Rocki r The Detroit Jewish News, in an editorial entitled "Erring Politician," said that Mr. Katzen had "committed worse than a blunder when he resorted to high pressure in seeking publicity' from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency That was ihe height of arrogance." The editorial added that "we heartily support Mr Rockers posi lion and we commend him lor it JTA owes an obligation to the communities n serves to present the [gets whether in the newstories or the > xposes ol our able Washington correspondent, Milton Friedman. An attempt to Interfere with 11A commendable position is sheer arrogance." Threats Condemned are impelled to -,i> that he was ex tremely Ill-advised In holding out the threat "that Jewish organiza tions supporting JTA would be held responsible for its actions. "We WOUld be the fir-t to uphold Mr Katun's right lo criticize an) news agencj or newspaper," the editorial declared "Freedom of criticism iinherent in freedom of the pre-But threatol puni live action against the objects of onecriticism are certain I) not the road to preservation ol •> free pre-an ideal which li.ibeta Upheld eloquent!) b) President Eisen bower and which we are -ure Mr Katzen sharewith all ol us The Los Angeles Jewish Voice, in :i front-page column signed by itpublisher. Samuel li Gach said ihaj Mr Katzen "wound up his complaint with a veiled threat against the news agencj and an amateurish attempt to assault of freedom > Mayor Itzhak Karh ol Jerusalem Along with representatives from other communities aero-, the United States, Mrs Selig presented Crime Minister Mo.he Sharetl with sponsors of the Israel Bond campaign in the t nited StateNational sponsors are women who have purchased a minimum of $1,000 in the St.,t, of Israel Bonds' Development laaua Prime Minister Sharett lauded thi role "t Israel Bonds in developing this democracy and urged Mrs. %  nd other delegates to continue th. II efforts to ensure deM > in the Middle East During their visit, the women presented MrSharett with a sponpin making her an honorary IIICIIIIM I The delegation is winding up its two-week stud) of kmh development program of which bond funds Training Inst Slated Next WJ Annual Training L_ entire teaching *£?% nursery school, ,,( h "^ %  !" Jewish community, be held next Monday' at the Center's T.rwnBn announceil b> Mri MjL, man. school .upcrvis.,, teachers will attend workshop,,„.,, hjvi ranged by MrGrot At thopening sessw ton Sirk.n. GMJCC pn* j disCUSS the role „( hf J munity center MrMm bounty Nursery School, will describe how the, a w t ribution tonaj ment of the ichoal f ipw The major unit0 f orojecls for the entire i will be the subject of 11 cussion to lx led by )£] man. Subject matter to aw in this stasion include i enres and concepts coo, health safety social bHt nature study weather. other landSabbath and Jewish and America! Staff will also', workshops involving songs, rhythmics, danctt | arts and craft-, play, i matirs and group project^ Mrs. George Simon, hi of the Flagler (Iranadi! talk on the purposes a of parent-teacher confe Kverett A Brower will i workshop on Jewish The three nursery tea Greater Miami Jewtt | ("enter are liK-ated at Branch. 480 svv 16th i Branch. 153i Ba] rd aril Cranada Center 50NWJ a leather bound honor scroll urn ;,r '' %  "*>> source of revenue. Betaming the nameof all national American traditionalism, that the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, or th. ve| ed lhrea( Jewish journals which cam its re lease-, do not make the newJTA merely reportit If Katzen or the Republican National Committee or the Administration iunhappy with the reaction to the policies they have authored, solution lies with (hem." The Jewish Floridian ol Miami. in a column by Leo Mindlin ; ed out that Mr Katzen stressed the Jew i-h Community's need to identifj itsell more cl< %  Ij with the government's effort to contain international communism as well as with the need to consider this nationsafety primarily. Jewish nain the letter to Dr Wise becomes reinfot I'r i Ii %  • S wi-e ichairman of the JTA hoard, to whom Ml ten originally addressed hii menu %  ides meeting cabinet ministers. recent!) conferred with Mayor Abba lloii-hi. of Haifa, who explained to them the expansion of his rising industrial city. %  DAY WORKERS $5 4 Si and fore Hotel Moids Porter* %  (Mhwashert Colored MoidsPort Time or full Time in Private Hornet ACE EMPLOYMENT %  Zt u t i >( Pn ,. No Charm t 0 Employer J*07 S. •!. FIIMMII M. Ilephuj NIIIIW 1001 ill 417 Wh,n,ton A.I M Ulmttn f ..rtk -4 fiml HI MEW IlllCtOVS f*r Syat**M mi I Also for Metre, ids*] C'-iDC 13T0 TolepiMM MW I •Stall UA1 KISIKVATIONS NOW BffNO TAIW fOK THf MICH HOil I Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center SO N.W. Slit PtACI, MIAMI Cmll fveaUf i: NEWMAN 83 SS9S ADEIMAN13-1420 COVfJU FEtDMAN-MO 7-04*0 "Indidiouslj the column %  The'American Jewish World ol dared, "the'dual allegiance Minneapolis said that Mr. Katzen,' levelled against Zionists ithus in seeking to use "the cudgel of .sounded with the implication thai intimidation" on the JTA. "strike-, lews care about neither, and his womo s lAioisr fomfUttt 1 FREE PfST CONTROL INSPECT/ON 4 '. "" Call 2-1776 Member •( | n .{ | ,„h >*** IMID COTMCI £^&&^ lLSco^ V CHEESE y •••? %  „• %  ,r 3i0 Lincoln Red Meiianin. Phone SS419 Entrance on Washington AT.. 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AUGUST 27, 1954 #*~ *#• ITXrr HHtr PAGE 3 \ett Repeats lotion to U S fug of Arabs „ued from Ptjf 1 various Am!) staff*. Mr. llieves. I, convinced," ho stated, I, arms will not be am d bn envisaged by the sendL, thai conviction affect Israel. Asked Irael would return to the Banian Mixed Armistice m, whoch she has boyseveral months, he rethu depends on "prefiditiuns." kmier warned the Arab fat their continued ecofassment of Israel endanopportunity to receive lion from the Jewish abandoned Arab lands. jht lose,that opportunity in sal ion which Israel has he said. "They should jlhat it will be possible alimand payment on such when they, themselves Huh great losses, day to Blockade, economic boyiiiiilrnnining our position krnational economy." |i-i 'i emphasized that "it clear" that the aban%  > "were not acquired in market, but through ag%  ar .nut invasion on the ^ Arabs, who caused us losses, materially and All that will have to be account," he said. ADL Calendars Available Here Once again this year, the lodges and chapter! of B'nai B'rith. in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League, .ire distributing calendars to all teachers of Dado County. This year Inaugurates a new type oi calendar, which lervea M a memo with eaen day listed, according to an announcement here. The calendari li-t all holidays, holy days and legal holidays which aid teachers in scheduling school work. Included in the calendar are hs' ed materials which can be used in the building of good human relation-. Alii, officials said in Miami tinweek. Calendar distribution, which h been lodge and chapter project for the past three year-, Icarried on by volunteer workers oi the Anti Defamation League committee. Mrs. Flora Supworth is current chairman of the project Members of the Anti-Defamation League of Bfnai B'rith present calendars to the teachers of Dade County, Seated are Mrs. Flora Supworth, chairman of-the project bs* 1954; W. R. Thomas, superintendent of schools; and. MrB.nMally Glazer. chairman of the ADL Council of Greater Miami. Standing are Miss Priscilla Rosenfeld, educational assistant of the AntiDefamation League; and Sanford Swerdlin, Stpk^ ADL chairDon't Short Change Your Own Child!< The BETH EL ACADEMY Miami')* Only Hebrew All Dun School >*has enlarged its facilities and is now registering children in the following departments: > man. People Name Officers Here berson was this week %  idenl of the Young Peogue of Tifereth Israel Center, lected are Jerry Berke, Pent and treasurer; Miri recording secretary; kjold, corresponding secpeting of the organization Bt the home of Mr. and Berke. 143 NW 47th [ITS YOU "aaa" Zamora Women Plan Aetivities Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Center will hold a 10-day whirl of activities from August 22 through 31 to close its summer season. On Sunday. 8:45 p.m., at the HeArthur Causeway, Miami Beach | side, there will be a glass bottom boat to take members on a two and one-half hour moonlight cruise. On Wednesday, August 25, 8:15 p.m., at the Center, a social night with cards, mah-jongg and refreshments is scheduled. Mrs. Lou Kroll is chairman. On Tuesday, August 31, 8.15 p.m., at the Center, the Sisterhood will hold a memberbring-a-member party. Mrs. Milton Chait is chairman. The first fall meeting of the sea>on for the Sisterhood will be held at the Center on Wednesday, September 8, at 8:15. ofycfctptfw* Zeta Beta Tau Men Hold Convention Here Zeta Beta Tau, oldest national college fraternity of Jewish men, is holding its 56th anniversary national convention August 26-29 in the Monte Carlo Hotel. About 350 members are in attendance, representing the fraternity's 47 chapters in the United States and Canada, according to Supreme President L. Reyner Samet. New York trial laweyer. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, ttc. 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PAGE 4 rjmht FkcMiWL======= FRIDAY. vUemsfiftoridia* 1 Published every Friday .Ince 1927 by the Jewish Floridian at 121 N. E Sixth Street Miami '••£•££, Entered a< second-class matter July 4. 1930, it the Host Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of March S.1B7. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jew sh U and the Jewi.h Weekly. Member of the %  *'" ^e • graphic Agency. Seven Arts F-ature Syndicate, world wide News SerCice. National Editrvjal As..af,on An.e^ ican Association of English-Jewi.h Newspapers, Flor.oa Presi Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO'MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE end PLANT -120 NE. Telephones 21141 **f One Yi.ir 3 ^ Friday. August 27. 1954 Volume 28 Av • Sixth Street 12 Full Text of Simon Rifkind Address On Fifth Amendment and Civil ( D.TOR-S NOTC: Klf 5.M Number 35 k %  i. .ni.l IMA, r s. • ii Eiii'i n ill. i.. (in, ni % %  thnltteei crimina In thr ,,r (Ii.Ann Sharett's Warning to U.S. Speaks For Little Nations of tlir World Size and seeming invincibility ol a nation are no sign ol its inner power. Premisr Moshe Sharett illustrated the truth ol this cxiom last week when he told our government's leaders that Israel will continue to oppose United States policy of arming the Arab nations. Recent history nus seen a number of foreign diplomats and spokesmen for countries overseas stand in silent deference as Washington called the moves. Not a small group of them, with better alternatives to our strategy in the cold war against Communism, remained si because they represented small or "backward'' lands currently depending upon American assistance in one fashion or another. This is the second time since he has ussu::he poft ol Prime Minister, however, that Mr. Sharett has seen fit openly to challeng can foreign policy and to express Israel's negative sentiments in the matter of strengthening its outspoken enemies. We do not see this as impudence but as a healthy respect for partners engaged in a common ideal. Mr. Sharett has simply warned the U.S. the" sending arms to the Arabs will contribute to the deterioration of peace and stability in the Middle East, and he does not expect our government, in turn, to take his warning as a sign of belligerence or discord. We should be sorely disappointed if we felt that the Administration is currently interpreting his observation in any other fashion. In essence, Washington is again reminded that Israel also stands solidly among the ranks of anti-Communist nations and that its interests must not be overlooked in the game now being played to guarantee Arab presence in those ranks. In essence, Washington is being urged to consider that Arab threats about possible defections to the Communist camp if the League's wishes are not respected represent, in themselves, doubtful characteristics for a "democratic" ally. In essence, Mr. Sharett here refers to international blackmail — to the fact that Israel will not qu iescently see itself sacrificed as the Valuable HcconK Archives saved from Nazi destruction by the Amsterdam Jewish community throw new light •on the Jewish struggle for civil rights in the Old • and New World during the seventeenth century, accordinq to Dr. I. S. Emmanuel, who has been engaged in research in Holland. Both documents, in the form of petitions remind Dutch authorities of rights already granted officially to the Jews in the New World, rights long recognized and established in Amsterdam, but denied by Peter Stuyvesant, curmudgeon Governor General of New I lands, to the small band of Jewis:: the Dutch colony. Dated 165S and 1657, the documents will be a valuable addition to the information Tercentenary officials are currently amassing for the celebration in 1954 of three hundred years cf Jewish settlement in the United States. AH of which aqain reminds us of the historic purposes of the Tercentenary festival. It seems to us that recognition of the Jewish contribution to our nation s qrowth politically, economically and culturally is certainly valuable. But equally important is the documentation of a people and its experience in a new area of the world I here certainly are institutions in America whose chief concern has been to trace the course of Jewish participation in America's development. But the Tercentenary is the first organized effort in this regard on a large scale Its meaning to future generations is unquesprice the West must : in a Near East deiei We believe the ; service for all small com addition to • %  feelings. He • ,oe not mean or: 0,ce is often spoken by a w Mow to IM> HVvctfh'H this week on 1 %  con Mi long I Accord.ng to the B'n Sec retary of pesioncl ci. I ference turned out to be moi than his brief resurr.' Mr. Dulles has indeed been a busy pe:sonalirj %  his assumption of office in 1951 it ... safe to say that his concern for American foreign polk'. the Near East has taken up a major portion of his time. The "new look" which he recently fash. without a doubt emphasizes the amount of "personal and intimati he has given to the problem. Its .apose has been to give the Administration "hope" in the matter of winning Arc: hip against possible Communist infiltratio:. :. -to assume that Israel's support could be cou: upon no matter what pri might have to pay. Mr. Klutznick's pub!: Jn [ er ence with the Secretary of State ; 0le ambiguous at this time, : l0 indicate the extent to which Mr. Dullei has had a change of heart, if at all, so far as Israel is concerned. Mr. Dulles' observations actuality, have carried no other import than to emphasize that our govei lus continue as before. Until! iguity ia .lied we can do nothing more than' remain skeptical. But the fa I his way around Washington well Ii, slender hope that not all aspects of his conference with the Secretary of! revealed. • By SIMON H. RIFKIND curious repetition of hislh • when thr Bill of Rights w ,ii from the national ni nt unit mini.' applicable I,, the rtatc b) the Fourteenth Iment, it was accomplished %  I .uift devastating war tbii nation weak and cxhau li d Tn ni'. therefore, the sound is thai ol counterft it when I hear the derision to which the Filth Amendment has ubjected, by claiming that th netion is toda) m danger. t iin danger But it also ithe most powerful nation on the : the earth, master of I ni and i'i it-, two adjacent inhabited bj .< pe o ple lotwith patriotism which has trail 'l twice within a lion tn the greatest sacrl u hetl i or not we are today peril than we were in in 1868, i believe th-.t oar %  their pn sent dan n i ously than they :< 1 h.' titfI inIII the l.icl me to t.ikiand we fail to re %  •iniil the < iton i upon us %  havi not had t" fight tii liberties, we have them less It may be that these liberties t" 1 llei ed because ion i i defending shall we rcdl cover their n : the rev eren ce m must be held if 1 were facetious, I • cent IV. orator t h..\. Ii.-i a MB the Founding Path fth) did the) write I tie Fifth Amendnv I l .ii and wide currenc) has been what I retard as the mis • do< rtin.-, the unconstlUl historical!) false doc plea ut the Fifth Iment iin admission of ol subversion, a badge lit) ih.t when 1 hear the i ifth Amendnu nl l ..nimu• %  %  i experience a sense ilsion In that phrase I deteci ii deni il ol seven centuries ol "h m our law. a repudiation ol that high regard for hgnit) which u the proud hallmark ol our law That phrase mocker) ol a practice of iwt m our land a practice which Iso well accepted th.it we for granted Has snj ol reti %  prosecutor call a delendant to thr witness stand 7 Of you are shocked. I the suggestion A defend h.stoo ul the Fifth but this much is • %  •' ""' PnvUoM to remain lil '"',*" i ed by our ancestors '•' nght o| a free ipel i. .... ; : a "'-" '" caue • larded M en,.!!, "'• tolerance of dvilised ," —Pl> not true a %  hat onlr the guilt] I" Plead the Fiftl imuu turn sm m n ilised as mil rhe innocent too n-vi frequent occasion to seek its -non. I" m> v* w the people have not "t'ciently shocked by the "'• in our congresskmal com-1 uti '"'"fffcwl "• hWv.li ..Ino,,; •t*ion s | any state,,,, ,• ,„, be u "" 1 him > without h,. help '& earlier .... n ,.n uhneL.: room lor l„. malevS editor wh„ w,n hau •• even to think of „,,*! fendant (., .,„ wit w ^,j In our i • resiiona], however. .,, ntirenr, cedure prev. .!j^' sobpoenaed to th e w-a If he i: |, 0 he speaks he Porjur>. i| he invokai Amendnu,i, i ; ,. i %  a tcsdiia plea consi a guilt. Onl\ acoioophrei i, tn H two i riietiaa] Nuw I | i seal wt, i'i>Mro| diacrepanc\ t>. tween os/i habits ot di 11 n,\ mA > %  to which I ... r> "These n %  .^.; objectivi ,, u W the meth i.lThi-. in the deadlu -, can becoi ('.^ that both i. i vagi whom th. their -i cunt} the civilii 'Cielji ^.'fl idgaag t tii resj %  rd • II v. t\u da t) fraej age is i thud i to attain il i n .• In guilt, u\ have rei nt\t%.\ %  mine thi iatdi The) tr) • v-er tail ol di a often us. • rt ire to al| '"truth Om i vou (all i notion that n cthods arti taat. then logical!) done lynching }.HI >li aa %  in torture 11 age every lorni For all of these are signed in attaia good When the autl wrote that no man %  ed except l> due prtlvcsf| penence. and it> prxtatl been sanctilinl by \a af| tion It rmbrai es man) among them ..re certamijl lllle(ll A policeman i* nrtij and by policeman 1 meal the otficer un the beat, t FBI agentrongresaoalj gators, indec I the whok-i tor aaspectint irnet:pl apprehend i .. ['ersonanti-social conduct (2i Congn ssional corns not judgeand when tlajl to act like judges the) a^ ers. (3> Beputation ithing, to be tuaraat nai derea. Ih.it iwh) e uej tern wherein thn-c enme have the charge 1 them examined in sstnj juries. <4i IVtit luries mutt [JJ partial a group f !" ** found (5i Th. <•") ent without ci>mpul>ii* comment, and without i (8) The -i i 'd h"''' 1 *' confront the •">' case hin '" c them ,7i He the right who i thi .. -llenc.il (8) The quiet an I violence without and-i within ,9, |, -|, ,1.1 be flj" an oath 11 %  "•? judge who -*"" 1 SaTrtfliti theoW*J against the \ereign (loi If Ihi •••"**?,!! J the puni-shm. nt ;" limits prescribed "J 1 think a *" uk l. me that few '•'"K'fTggl tees seek t-' ""sere wm these ruli k nI k*l Wh> h-w we aln*J sacred bulwarks ol^ believe that '" %  "' withdrawal ol tnear csuse we are atraw (Mr. K^H^i^^*^ ^* st0 ^* t—tm"* "* .hrliriej



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AUGUST 27. 1954 *Jml$t flowtdian PAGE 5 mer Nazi Hatchetman Reported Seen in Egypt h ITAI Yi-anz Rndema hiii diplomat of the Hit [< disappeared two years he had been convicted petitioner of Serbian Jewricd in Orman prc-sdtoII. week to have been faiio and other Arab cap%  cher, now 47, headed the Iction of the German Forfrom 1940 to 1943. He e 1!)40 plan to evacuate nn Europe to Madagas941. he came to Belgrade to order v the execution .auderdale Community Rabbi Says JMarius Ranson. of Fort Be. will officiate at Friting services of Temple >limi. according to an an pnt this week by Rabbi bm-h. Beth Sholom spirji-i' d Rabbi Ranson's ser[•People Are So WondcrIbbi is in his seventh year I lual leader of Temple ;.i Fort Lauderdale. He1 actively engaged there I'll programs. The Jew; kunity of Fort I.auderdale Imposed of some 200 famIsaid Rabbi Ranson explained. j [itan increase from 65 six years ago. -when re%  venants were rampant." of thousands of j,.\v. Tbtti he prepared the Jewish deportations from KHxium. He h ,<. alao been charged with similar crimes m Croatia, Bulgaria, Holland and France. In early 1952 he faced a Nurn berg court during a six-week trial remarkable for the frarilic effort, of the present Bonn Forejfln Office to help and protect him. The prose cutor had asked that he be given life for responsibility in (he killing of 4.900 Serbian Jews and for 'in citement to murder in thousands of cases," but the court was content to impose a brief prison term, ruling that there had been "no base motives" behind his actions. Then the court released Rademacher. "pending appeal." Last year the German Supreme Court criticized the verdict as un tenably mild and referred the case back to a different court for re trial. By that time, however. Rade macher had already fled abroad. Swim-Dance Due Coral Gables Post No. 243. Jewish War Veterans, will hold a membership swim-dance on Saturday* Aueust 28. 8:30 p.m., at 1335 SW 67th ave. Rabbi Caplan New Spiritual Leader at Kneseth Israel Saul Merinjjoff, president of ii Israel Congregation, this weefc announced the appointment of Rabbi Jon;.h EC. Caplan, of Montreal. Canada, graduate of Yeshtva University, Class of 1931, a., spirtual leader. Rabb| (apian is past president of 'he Looi Island Region of the Rabbinical Council of America and for many years was president of the Long Island Division of the American Jewish Congress. He is also past president of the Long Island Zionist Youth Commission and for many years served in an advisory capacity as vice president of the New York Board of Rabbis, which consisted of over 500 Rabbis. Rabbi Caplan for many years lectured on Zionism, brotherhood and Orthodox Judaism on the modern scene throughout the United States and Canada. Rabbi Caplanis married, has two daughters and a sdn. He has resigned his position as Rabbi of Congregation Rodfei Sholom in San Antonio. Texas, to accept the Kneseth Israel pulpit. Joint Moonlight Cruise Slated by North Dade PTA, Sisterhood and Men's Club of the North Dade Jewish Center are sponsoring a moonlight cruise on Sunday. August 29, at 9 p.m. Chartered is the Seven Seas Dreamboat which will sail from Pier 10, City Yacht Basin. Chairman of the affair is Harold Shopmaker, heading a committee composed of Mrs. F. Blank and Mrs. M. Rudolf, of the Sisterhood, A. Schwartz and I. Cohen, of the Men's Club, and Mrs. I. Cohen and Mrs. N. Shopmaker of the PTA. pee Lodge Meets Lodge No. 182. Knights | meets regularly on |evenings at the American II. 65th st. and Biacaync >rding to an announce tTf by George Alboum. frr commander. Al Roth is kretary. Registration on Harold Strumpf. chairman of the School Board of Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, this week announced that registration for the Hebrew and Sunday schools will be held on August 29. September 5 and September 12 between 10 and 12 noon. Abe Tuvim, director of the Foundation of the Jewish National Fund, will serve as special advisor to the committee seminar dealing with JNF activities slated for Sunday, September 5, during the convention of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America in Jacksonville. The convention opens Friday, September 3. Hebrew School to Meet Miami Hebrew School and congregation will have a board of directors meeting on Tuesday, August 31. at 8 p.m., it has been an nounced by H. M. Drewich, president. Roosevelt Temple Meets After a brief summer recess, Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pythian j Sisters, will meet at 8 p.m.. Wednesday, September 1, in their regular meeting hall. 500 SW 17th ave. Worship of Zamora Jewish CcnIweek announced that arntare being made to seat k) worshippers for High service* at the Center. uunced was school regising on daily from I is Speaker %  dy, superintendent of H l ty of Miami Beach. fuesl speaker at the next in moating of B'nai "t Miami Beach on Anuust 31. 12 noon, at Ilutel. according to S Miller, president. n Party Sunday hapter, Mi radii Worn|h..ld a theater party at the I layhouse on Sunday eve28. k' iThe Little Hut." rry Britton and Rex ds nf (he affair are for and Henry chill Memorial ling to Mrs Louis Ma•chairman. Oxford School Director Returns for Registration Registration for Oxford School. 1204 West ave.. Miami Beach, opens September 1, and classes begin on September 20\ according to an announcement this week by Rabbi Abraham Cassel, school director. Rabbi Cassel cut his summer vacation short and has returned here in order to consult with parents who are currently enrolling their children as pupils. Also announced was that Rabbi Canal is now ready to accept a limited number of clients for treatment in his psychological offices at the Roosevelt Bldg., Chase ave and 41st st. Silverware Promotion Announced by Joseph Jacobs Organization NEW YORK—Taking advantage of the abnormally high Jewish purchases of both silverware and foods during the High Holiday season. Birds Eye is tying in its Rogers Silverware offer with a special Jewish promotion and covers a 30-day period of merchandising activity, according to an announcement here this week. Starting trade-wise the middle of September, the promotion points to the Jewish New Year, to the Feast of Succoth and to Simchath Torah. Trade coverage, according to the i announcement, is being spear-. i headed with English-language re-1 ; prints of giant size copy prepared m -Jewish by the Joseph Jacobs Organization for the Jewish news' paper. The reprints are also available | for point-of-sale posters. 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PAGE 6 l^itffkrtlQiL JZ^-AUGOST, Hadassah Meets in Convention Continued from Pan" 1 the best hope oi solving the Middle i dilemma. The Arab Gauntries, the Senator ired, "wiint no (ormal i i,i n [use i" even sit down in mil rence t<> discuss peace terms while seeking "a continuance < %  nt program <>i boj i otl 11 ..ml military harassment, %  .,! other tactics which they think v ill help force Israel out of the Middle East." Israel, however, the ; -aid "is out t<> force, il can, a showdown conference and lor ii"civic, n ; Shan v. : | man ol Hadassah sided a) th asserted thai menfs "continui "' i,„, ui arrogant refusal* i Arab states to enter in with lion, leading towards !>< so ml set. ue I h sah i the oi 11. A h [he'Arab states for a final pea tlements" of their diff. ^ free dee| identification deve out for itself." Oxford Headmaster Named on Beach Director Rabbi Abraham Cassel announced this week the appointment oi Nat Pollack, 36. to the position of headmaster oi the new Oxford School, 1204 West ave Miami Beach Pollack will supervise children i th the daj ami resident deI irtments after leaving his present isil in with the .Miami office of the Internal Revenue Bureau in I me for registration on Septem!• 1 former Air Force major is of tl Robert I ichter Posl Am\ i ts and holds a bershii in tl I group I urii %  thi \*.a. he sened in Mi Beach as an instructor after I rst graduating from Officer's %  andidate School. In 1952. he served "with the Miami-based 435th Troop Carrier Wing in Tripoli. At present, he ion active reserve duty with lhat group. Illeducational background includes extensive teaching while in the Air Force and seven years ol teaching in elementary and high ; school subjects. He holds graduate teaching certificates in Florida and New York. With his wife and three children, Pollack lives in Miami at 3384 NW 6th St. Holder of two degrees, he received his BBA at St. John's Unl versity in preparation for teach ing in -econdary schools and the MS degree lrom Columbia University, majoring in business educa lion. -t# While overseas, he taught sub|< cts to sen icemen tor the University ol Maryland and visited Israel and Germany. He has been very active in all Miami veterans will be in attendance to greet mem at fairs in recent years. bers Not Pollack Cantor Samuel Kelemer (left), of Temple Beth Sholom has oeen elected a vice president of the American r^nji, < Certified Cantors a. the first annual con^S^oSit^ Jion recently held to New York Ctly. CanTja ob S T of Temple Israel, was elected president of the Al„mT(,L School of Sacred Music of the Hebrew U„iorColZpI *! Institute of Religion. n Colle 9 ol holding Hadassah s annual i tln> / ay* w .1 ll u "iff AS IJ \ ifesfii Appointment of Gittelson Revealed • .,, for the religious North shore Jewish r w m begin Sunday, Rabbi x i ,.i. mnounced on e than 425 stud. ted to attend", an m. • %  .. U ..i.d 1..0 pupi liniment ol IbrahMti .1 "lain t principal in ihe I [he KbOOl, WSJ revealed this week b) Eira PinegoW, prast: the congregation GitteJaoa ...Mimed ins duties last Sunday, Gittelson, ; %  graduate of CGNY, d hiMaster ol Education 1 from Hunter College. The I director of education for Hi, Zionist Youth Movement in N, York also holds a Master of Religious Education degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary el America. lit has taught in Hebrew schools lor five years and is an accredited instructor in Hebrew, Knglish. Spanish and French in the New York public school system Rabbi Abramowitz will remain ,,s supervisor of the entire educational program at the rapidly-expanding Center. Finegold said Five Sunda) school classes, eight daily iHebrew school classes and special clssses for Bar Mitzvah and confir^OnHpo ^Set^V Iftfl rtahbt Io*oh E. Rarkovmary 945 Michigan Avnu Miami Buach Phnn* 1S >J** Abrako J. (•*, Rabbi Malavsky to Speak Israelite Center spiritual leader Rabbi Morton Malavsk) will be guest speaker on th.radio pro gram of the Creator Miami llab birtic.d Association Sunda) morning, 9:15 am., over station WGBS Pre-Holiday Social Members of the West Miami Ji M ish Center will be given the oppor t unit > to reservi then seats lor the High Holidays, regi ler children for Hebrew school, Sundae school and Kindergarten at a special!) arranged dance and social on Sundaj evening, August 29 at B 30 | Rabbi Allied Waxman, President, MomMarlin, and officers Why Wait Six Months For Savings Interest? 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AUGUST 27, 1954 \man in Business Sees First Novel Published ***> Her Mian PAGE 7 |i, ,,| estate t<> literature If j>. hut Mist Roae Chapman [aged deftly to make it. the 334 Washington avr. and one of its residents, Lpman'i lateal novel, "I I,, Die." has just been pubComel Press Books, ivcliat was born in what is linnrad. Russia, and by the am ten, she had written fjtliss Rose Chapman I lefl when I was 20 and the United Staleat the oj World War I." she exhiami Beachite, who vows i look a formal English liscussed her many years liness woman in New York %  ore uriving here to live. id everything—all the clas%  e said, "and continue readily even now." orj behind "I Wanted to Tie of accident, and Miss relates it gingerly unjj collegj fellow the building. He was majoring in journalism at the IMIV.Tsily of Miami and asked me to help him with something he wai writing." Apparently, the composition turned out to be more Miss Chapman's than her young charge's. "The best thing about it all." she explained, "was that it received excellent comment from the teacher This started me to think that 1 might be able to write professionally." What gave Miss Chapman addi tional courage was a visit here four years ago with her sister who came to spend six months in Miami Beach. "I had just finished a long piece called Root of Evil.' When my sister, who is an Israeli, return-' ed home, she took the story with her." Before she knew it. MisChapnjan explained, an Israeli editor translated "Root of Evil" from English into Hebrew, published the entire piece and sent her a check for it. "I Wanted to Die" became her next project Right now. the authoress iwork ini: on .i new story, 'Listen to Your Heart." Busy with her literary labors, -he still finds time for activities in the I. R Goodman Group of Hadassah, civil defense, the Recreation Club and, of course, the Landlord-' Association Newly elected'officers of Masoda Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District (left to right) are Lila Gross, recording secretary; Gil Rappaport, Florida director of the Zionist Organization of America arid installing officer; Gloria Waldm an, first vice president; Jerome Miller, presiden Sybil Kaplan, corresponding secretary; Howe rd Stein, financial secretary; and Lillian Buri.s. ^treasurer. Not shown is Bernice Docks, second vice president. Stock Car Racing Begins at Speedway Hialeah Speedway began its night schedule of stock car racing on Saturday evening with two 25lap features highlighting the 10-i event card. The first race got underway at 8:15 p.m. Located at 3300 Okeechobee rd U.S. 27, the new oval will feature automotive competition every Saturday night thereafter, with another night of racing to be added within the next ftw weeks, track manager L. N. 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PAGE 8 Ruth Glein Weds Air Force Lieutenant: Bride is Given in Marriage by Father Miss Ruth Cleln became Mrs S Jack Lubin in an 8 p.m. ceremony .,i Miami Hebrew School and Con gregation on Tuesday evening, August 10. Rabbi Simon April officiated at the double ring rites. The bride j was married in the same ring thai her mother and grandmother wore at their weddings. The former Miss (loin is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J. HilHard Clein. 121 NW 43rd pi Mi ami. Mr. Lubin's parentare the Irving Lubins, 2:i s\v 10th ave The bride was attired in a waltzlength white nylon nel gown trimmed with chantilly lace Her veil was waist-length and o( matching nylon net, extending from a lace headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white carnationand stephanotis, with white orchidIn the center. For something borrowed, the bride wore her grandmother's pearls. She was given away by her lather. Maid of honor was MiPauline Clein, the bride'sister. MrJack Shind, sister of the groom, was matron of honor Mi— Sandra Frogel, friend of the bride and Miss Helene clein. her cousin, were bridesmaids Junior bridesmaids i n c! u d e d Miss Diane clein, the bride's sister, and Miss Eileen Shind, niec< oi the groom. Newlywed Mrs Lubin ia grad nate of Miami Senior High Sen i il she was a member ol National nsic League and president of the Council for Young Judaea She also attended the L'niversitj ol Florida and was vice president ol Hillel. Mr Lubin, ,c second lieutenant in the Air I on e and stationed at Hou ton, Tex attendi 'l Mi imi in High School and gradual Mrs. S. Jock lubin ed from tinL'niversitj ol Florida, where he was a membi i ol Alpha Epsilon Pi Making up the procession were Mr and MrLubin. who brought in their son; Mr Joseph Schein here, who brought in Mrs Clein, the bride's mother and Insister; Mr. and Mrs Mendl Si hi and Mr and Mrs William Clein randpan uple; and uncle Following %  honeymoon trip tn v ara Falls and Ni I where the Lul thi groom's grandi Conn ho was 1 to at the wedding, the} ill n -idc in Housti iDcutsehman, Plotkin Rites VI tended by \ C \v York (luests „, ., double rtng candl. Miss Paula Rcutschman daughtei oi M. Mr R £* ,.,.. MiSol ^ N ^ ffi Rabbi W ",,„ Phillip ,• u. Be ,was : honor „„ % %  I -I,,, included I %  • Lowe import %  %  hioned into a -< ,nd bout%  tulle %  Hot ''' : ,h lusionvcil aittached I %  • I pearls Sh "" '' Bible The bri "' '''' "'""'• Rockawaj High 8cl In Ni l yoi Plotkin is a grad ** il t* FRIDAY. AUGUST] Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Kramer Merle (irossnian, Isadore Kramer Wed: Heirloom Handkerchief is 'Something; Ol irdaj August 14. was the chosen bj Miss Merli Gro I. f Mi id Mr u il : %  1336 N th Vev. ,in j g (he VIi M Benjamin Kr in er. N i 'ity, The double i J.i cen monj took | dec rati d wil white pompoms i ms and tuberose Rabbi Louis J Lehrfield. of the Au >tin Communit) Center in Chicago, officiated, as he h is done at all weddingin the familj ol the bride's parentTh.bride is the rst child ol the second generation being married by Rabbi Li hi lield Best man was [)r. William Kramer, brother of the groom, and ushers were Hank Gordon and Joe Kri-sell. The bride chose iceblue French chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The fitted lace waist fashioned to the bouffant tulle skirt with pointed lace inserts was complemented In a demi-jacket of lace with wing collar and long fitted sleeves. The shoulder-length veil of imported French blue illusion was held in place by a blue hairbraid bow. She carried a white satin Bible with sweetheart roses and shower ered with stephanotis and baby breath. Her "something old" was aq heirloom bridal handkerchief Maid of honor was Miss Ronnie Furic in a white chiffon ballerina She carried a nosegay of baby orchids centered with hybrid pur pie orchid. Miss Pamela Sue Grossnun was junior bridesmaid in a white silk ribbed ballerina. She carried a nosegay of garnet roses and wore matching wristlet. Mrs. Grossman, mother of the bride, chose mauve organza made with boat neckline, and Mrs. Kram er. mother of the groom, wore navy Hlk lace edged with mother of pearl sequins. Both wore white orchid corsages. Guests of honor were Mr and Mrs. Harry Ollswang and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grossman, maternal and paternal grandparents of the bride. Mrs. Ollswang wore beige linen and Mrs. Grossman black and white |a,..,. and I,,,.,, (,,. ,. p urp | e orchid corsages Flowe. were de Signed and executed In the Black stone Flower Shops A reception ;.. the hnmi ol the bride's parents followed the imp tiala, Among out-of-town guests were Mrs. S R Levlnaon, aunt ol the bride from Elmhurst, Ql Mr and Mrs Irving Grossman and fam Hy. cousins of the bride, from Chicago, 111 ; Dr and Mrw.lham Kramer, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. Mr and Mrs Sidnej Kessler, aunt and uncle awell as Mrs Bert Meltzer and daughter aunt and cousin of the groom all from New York The bride is a graduate oi \\ hit,. field School in Miami Beach Tin groom is a graduate of New York schools and attended NYU He is now with the U.S. Navy For her going away costume, the br.de wore a navy bin, shantung ensemble with matching a,-,-. -,, nes and sweetheart rose coi and for her "good luck" gift „ T. mond and emerald ring pr, MtMd to her by the grooms parentLpon completion of a |„ in ,. v moon ,r| P '" Cuba. Mr ami Mrs Kramer will reside in Key ttv.t where the groom is stationed. i Klainc Simonhoff Becomes Mrs. |>|JL Weinstein; Bride Chaoses Tulle and s3 ,,t Mivs Elaine Simonmm h,.tf and Philip Theodore Weiniti l two old Miami famD, Jacob H Kaplan. Rabbi j • Emeritiol Temple Israel, who] 1 has known the bride and groom their binh and who official r ,i at their confirmation, perform eei i -inony in the Club La Sunday, August 15, at 5 p m in the presence of the fam, and dot* friends |, bride entered on the arm %  ither v. ho gave her in marri |{ei own was fashioned ol n I duchess satin, h th< bodice and skirt ii ffling of tulle ,. trim she \. m %  l pearls and orange • ,i ., fingertip length ,. ed a bridal bouquet ; w h.ti IWCJ and orange bios Ittendanti were her ,i. i. \ii Arthur Epstein, matron "l honor, and Miss Shcrna Simonhoff, junior bridesmaid, and • %  MiPanto i>* m re Weinsti in, maid of honor. Attendantwore iMiuffant gownof nk nylon tulle and -at.nique with old [a.-hioned bouquets of j Can beaut > ro-eI Mr Weinstein chose as his best been associated uithtbrbd I ii l/on Ushers were of Pepper and FairckHi. el Simonhoff, brother Of I Both former Florida S, th,. brid Richard Keats, Fmanuel ( C laude Pepper and Vr Ti. Raymond Freeman and j WtJTt among honored gang mel O Hammond A r( i 1 danej 4\ Simonhoff is | dinner followed the cm. md Mrs San Harry Simonhofi ihebnde'st 123 North Baypresided at n Mrs. Hiilia T. II, j, | of Miami Sinci radwiicaJ raduata of %  \ entit). a here she mi) and art She luate work in of Coral G Alter a hone) moon :n the eouple new home I Out of lowi •inch groom I her, ml Weinstein S -hulk. MrDavid I Miami and has ; • idti broad. i Vt and Mrs NI Mai -t :.i degree leans, La • tioi -t Van-: Bernstein AjajL Iber'i ji stein of D l *"J In law Mr an I Mi KB %  the t niversity New York Mrs. lowfrncc Plrtnin 111. retu at 1120 1 Uul York :.:. M •.. • Ml I.,. Wolf, : M r M s,e !" : eiand Dr U Bell .,. i tcr DonWcinhertf. Lefkowitz lu L|V( in Maryland Aovaneed schooling w Ihej both study tor their Master's degree, i' !" oing for newly wedded Mr "^Mrs Howard Lefkowiu !" ey w i irried Sunday m isih. l"T„ Md Th "''nd. groom •"'" onol Mr and Mn v„x i ,, kowiti 3401 SW 24,h „ n1 n I fride h ,h former ,„„ fu Jenberg daughter o. „„. s ,„ ,' v Wmberg,ol bethesd. Md '"' blue and whit,w,.r|,i ln "white lace bale? wh le Phselanopsi, Hei h Weinberg wa only atten.la.it h The new Mrv Lefhsss*^ Bere ^ *.ll StUd. r ""•Mei dearM „ r h, r chemiatrj Mo,0 %  Mrs. Herkerl Urmkmr4 Hirshaut. Bcrrihartl Married August S \ edding trip to Nassau. Cuba and New York ifollowing the wedling of Mr and Mrs. Herbert A Rernhard The br.de is the former Nancy Ellen Hirshaut, daughter of Mr? Heatrice Hirshaut. 612 Michi '-an ive Miami Beacb Rabbi Leon KroaJph ofiiriated at 'he August 8 wedding held in the Monte Carlo Hotel Best man was Lt. Donald Hirsh ut, \ance Air Force Bav. Okla. MIzena Br..dy was maid of hon•r A reception followed at the hotel Newlywed MrBernhard is a MU '-' U <>t she lauKht m local achoeta lh ; brioegroosa, n of Richard Bern hard, of New Jersey. |g re•eereh engineer with Boeing Air %  alt stationed at Patrick Air rorce Beat "• Mtended Newwrii Coiiegw of wgwieering. Mexico „ v Coaaagai ;" 1 'ook his MA degree at ColumMiis ttikerim **• Klein. Schwan Tnth Kcvealed Mr and MrKrnH 320 West 25th St., nW engagement ol lhir Kathcrine. to Dr W*J* son of Mr and Mr!" Schwarz. 4455 North ave The br.de elect *I r Miami Beach Senlof H4 and attended the UP Honda ShewasamcmW' dant council at M.am. Bess School and belongs w m silon Phi sorority. Dr. Schwan. i < r d *'*l f f Beach High School JJ" University and the l Tennessee Collet on is a member ol M fratemit> Dr. Schwan "*?* ,7 Army during '; rld ja No wedding dstt M the betrolhed coOf* —. %  ^ %  aai^lSBmSSJSJBBB^^HBJBBBBBBByS



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JUST 27. 1954 knisti FhrkMan PAGE 9 Hay's Troth fosses [uni ni their eiaughj;,v. t(i Aaron Yale [„i the Harry Weinr Md.. is being an(r and Mrs. Marion tt-rshurg. fver, the bride-elect |i (or 12 years and Miami Senior High tended Pennsylvania nd the University of &> 4 PERSONALLY Jay Robinson to 1' \ II N G Sfrtrot tWlh n Stage Door Canteen Monthly Stage Door Canteen will be held on Friday evening, August 27. 8 p.m., at the Ocean Front Mr and Mrs Louis Wald. of Miami's own Jay Robinson, who Auditorium. 10th st. and Ocean dr. Brooklyn. NY., have been vacahas caused a senaatiofl for his starMiami Beach. Uooing at the St. Iforta Hotel for ring roles in The Robe" and — %%  ro May • the past month. They arc being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Silverlnan. Mrs. Edna Zeli.s and Mr and Mrs. Adolph Blank, all of Miami Beach Mr. Wald is a New York educator aetive in Mizr.ichi He will be included in Earbecue Saturday Eve "Demetrius and the Gladiators.'' returns here Tuesday night to star in Sam Hirsch's production of Women's Auxiliary of the Miami "Night Must Fall" at the Bi It more Power Squadron will give ;< "mat! Playhouse. hatter" barbecue dinner aboard The young actor is recognized the LCI Miami Power Squadron -.as one of the screens most excitI B,,at docked at the first bend of Whos Who in World Jewry" to j ing new personalities and is ap-! he MacArthur Causeway, on Sat be published in the fall. patently headed for a bright caur lav evening, 6 p.m. In charge are Carolyn Aller and Iola Siebert. l€.sition WanlXl ft ft reer in the theatre. Vacation arrivals at Duncarggan For his local rtage appeaiance. Inn. Hendersonville. N.C., include i Mr. Robinson has chow n one of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baron, Mr. I Emlyn William's most famous and Mis Sydney Sherman. Mr. and dramas. Night Must Fall" openEXECUTIVE SECRETARY. Expert. ; Mrs. Arthur Sternberg. Mr and ed on Broadway aftei i ucc&ful .^itor* 332!SM X ShSSTlES*' Mrs. William C. Parks. Patsy run of over one year In London. i'"t backgiound and exper.ence in Towmley. Lacy Watt*. Betty Rotate, The ,,:..> .VSSff^tSST'ifJ' "autod 8u!i Mr. and Mrs H. E. Tuner and in 1937 by MOM and stirred Robyyfc. Mm A. BOX 897$, Miami 18. Betty Lynn and George, David j ert Montgomery. i Granat. Aaron Geyer and Mr. and i Robinson will portray the part ......... -.,... r Mrs M, M. Landy and children, of Dan. the bell hop turned killer Judy and Mitchell. who terrorized the English counts ft inside. Aaron Liehman. of 342 JefferI nclules. v. ho have hi trothal. n ithe son of the 111 li i Miami Senior High student at Kinloch Park Junior High School and a Star Scout of Boy Scout Troop 362. Immediately [oUowing the services. I reception will be held at the home of his paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs William Clein. 18G0 SW 4th st The William Cleiiu -ire among the original charter members of Beth El. Mr. and Ifn Morris Mark-, maternal grandparents of rr,, %  %  • Dr !" d Mr s Ju ,u : Pcar Michael, will alM l>e |Trcscnt and pital in San Francisco. Dr. and .*/-• / %  Mrs Hecht will live in the Miami! McCarthy Censured? area, where the doctor has open-! "Will the Senate Committee (en sure Joseph R. McCarthy" is the topic to be discussed by Louis Among vacationers at Edgewater Gross, news commentator, on his Manor. Hendersonville. N .('.. are radio program Sunday. August 29. Mr. and Mrs 1 William Zucker11 a.m., over station WMTJE. Joseph nun and family, Mr. and Mrs I. Birnbauin will discuss the Wcekl> Shapiro, Hr and Mrs Joseph KaufPortion. man. Mr and Mrs Roy Katon and J _...............___.... family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Well-'' bank, the Misses Mildred *nd Joan DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. 5tn Street Phono t-8401 AL MEIDENBERQ. Owner will act tion. as co hosti at his recep// m h larrint Htmmtll Hummell is a Coronet graduated from the >t Miami and is now atMarshall Law School lllis fraternity is Sigma son. Mr. and Mrs Harold Berney, Mr. and Mrs Murray Deblinger, Mr. and Mrs. S. Brzozowsky and Mr and Mrs Samuel Malt/. ft Mr and MrMel Schneider, of 3402 SW 15th St., Miami, announce the birth of their daughter, Barbara ha on AugUSl 18 Bl Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr .-md Mrs. Joe Moss, of 335 SW 47th ave. this week announced the birth of their daughter, Joseph Epstein, 9124 Emerson ave stefanie Anne, on August 10 at Karen Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mount Sinai Hospital GrandparMrs. Harold Lefelstem, 940 Jefferen t. s are Mrs. Johanna Frank. Mi son ave. | ami. and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ron, Fred David, son of Mr. and Mrs. New York City. Stanley l.evine. 4490 North Meridi-1 # ft an ave. Rabbi and Mrs Abraham M Cat Amy Donna, daughter of Mr and se |_ 0 f 4625 North Bay rd.. have Mrs. George Davidson. 2842 Pine | returned to their home after a Births at births in the Greater Miami are., include the following: Pan Hi nry, son i i Mr and Mrs Henrj Hoffman, l4-*> Mantua ave. Janel Susan, d; lighter of Mr and Ifn. Jack lavs. 1790 Bay dr. Lee Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER For Local Congregation — 5 Mornings per week EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TEMPLE SINAI THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD Call 3-1577 Levin to melon Girl Irs. Sidney Cohen, of ugland, announce the of their daughter, Lilpbert S. Levin, son of Levin, Miami Beach. ling of the couple will |in London on October ridcgroom elect is now nth the United States [and expects to be disDeeembcr 3. Member 15. the couple l>ome at 1415 Meridian Reach. Tree dr. Mark B., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blank. 3120 Pine Tree dr. Sid Dino Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jacobs, 6925 Trouville esp. Glori Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rubin, 14401 NW 11th ct. Michael Jay. son of Mr and Mrs. David Shifrin. 621 NE 51st st Jeffrey Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwin Levjne, 421 North Hibiscus dr. Nina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zimmerman, 275 South Shore dr. Karen Leah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Kraslow, 951 Sylvania brvd. { Bridge Clinic Slated At Burdines Fridays summer-long vacation in Swan Lake. New York. With Kathy and Danny along, only one other member of the family is missing, andj. he is still visiting his grandmother if in Jerusalem, Israel. Tommy Cas% sel, and his travel companion Rab' % bi Louis Cassel, an 'uncle, have* been through Europe and are now completing their trip with an ex tended stay in the Holy Land. ft ft ft Milton A. Friedman. Miami attorney, and Mrs. Friedman have just returned from a trip to the Carolinas and New York. While in New York. Mr. Friedman attended the B'nai B'rith Youth Commission meeting, of which he Is a national commissioner. YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACK at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Cruise Due Saturday Moonlight cruise, complete with 'dancing and.entertainment, is beBurdine's free bridge clinics Jng sponsore d by the Ladies' Auxslated for the next three Fridays at 1:30 p.m. will present panel experts Alvin Landy. Edward Bums and Robert Rothlein. Landy is executive director of the American Contract Bridge tive U>mri League. Burns ranks as U.S. individual bridge chapion. Rothlein. director of the Charles Goren School of Bridge in Miami, recent ly won place in the knock-out team the coming world Is Honored iil party was held on img at the home of Mr. |Arihur Koff. 2411 SW, of toaT fo ^ liami Guests of honor bridge chapionships. h'ds Mr. and Mrs. StanRothlein is the nephew of Mr married August 15 at and Mrs. Philip V. Salmon, of Mipquc Hotel. ami Beach. iliary of Congregation of Monticello Park. The Southern Seas Cruise Boat, leaving Pier 8. City Yacht Basin. Miami, at 8:30 p.m.. will be the scene for the evening on Saturday, August 28. f { f } £*Uf "KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Garden Parties Buffets CATERING A Compleif Sen-ice No Party Too Small — No Party Too Large 775 Dnde Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-V952 If No Answer Call 84-2078 L'lJf Rabbinical Supervision V For All Occos.'om 30 CMOS r HACK g WHITE A. 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_a. PAGE 10 Israel Seeks Safeguards Continued from Page 1 del Nasser, the Egyptian Premier, asserted this week that there was no prospect of an Arab attack against Israel He said, however, that there was no possibility oi any change In Egypt's attitude towards Israel until the Jewish state implemented United Nations resolutions on Palestine refugees and parti tion. Col. Nasser mainspring of the Egyptian regime, told the New York Times correspondent thai the Suez Canal agreement would nol result in immediate acceptance bj Egypt oi mutual aid pacts with the West, He warned thai pressure for such pacts would onlj be used bj the Communists and ultai \ i tionalists to stir up hatred againsl the West. He a-serted that the Aral) States' had ample manpower "to raise m or \'2 divisions in the defensi of the n but needed equipment thai the West could supplj tn Washington, the Department of Defense reported thai il ihe Egj p tian Arm) h rived in the IS [or six wei intensive stud) of 1 s Vrmj quar ster and ordinance acl. Arrival ol these officers marks the beginning ol Ihe program bj I: h the I 'nited States ill hi avy munitions aid to Egj pt, O b i t u a r i %  MORR.s REEDMAN %  In hi Ih> II ,„„ SlTll ,i in Xi I MRS. EDNA KRASSEN I I Mia l LOUIS MARC %  %  I IDA MARKOV) I %  DAVID S" MORRib DOLLINGER M l! Stevenr Unveiling The .<'eW<*>" "' %  monument to if I Max Stcv •Mh av\. > II '29. Jewish srctiun of H w Ilawn Park < emetery, with ., ph Virol officiating. Mr Stevens isurvived by his wife. on Bernard; a daugh i,r MrRichard E Lencer; two Henry, of Miami, and Abe, ol Philadelphia; and a sitter, Mrs |i ., Melnick. of Philadelphia. i nta are in charge of PalM ami Monument Company. I n.ndand relatives are asked to Btti nd _FRIDAY, %  %  Klein Unveiling Tin dedication of a monument to the memory ol the late Kannie n formerly of I3fi Washington M imi Beach, will take place on Sundi IK 29. at 10 a.m J< wish Section of WiMxIlawn 1 ^rt 'dieter, J ''"" B I Mi-J brother \ !r r "" "•'are ,„ •Wi Miami Monul_| friends and reUtaTl attend LONG. 0| ST V Move DAILY PICK. '•'••"O, Bolt,* Albany, Boitw,, •flier points. DIAL Sfll RETURN LOAOJ M. HEBERMANlj "Ml 1*1 '. Goldfarb Unveiling The dedication ol a monument to the memory of the late David Gold i arh. formerly oi 2687 sw 25th will take place on Sunday, August 31. at 2 p m on the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr Goldfarb is survived by a daughter, Mrs Jennie Raff, of Chicago; three grandchildren and si vi n greal grandchildren Ar ements are in charge ol Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends es are asked to attend. BERTHA COO%  %  SALLY MARCUS %  Dr. Stephen Mayer Passes Woi III V ri to 8 s\\ 9th li • M ni i alii ri Uso suni\ing ia brother, l>r J Emanuel Ma>i Brooklyn NORMANDY SCH001 ESTABLISHED 1936 tm'.itnl mn4 Day Schoaf-Nvrtery Tfcrouqh 1M, j^l Mtilic and DUKIM Hirhnit Academic Standards Visual Education Technique! Complete Sper* • roqrom Honebuck tiding Painting and (VN OPENING OATE: Nursery and primary grades sj Grades through High School Oct. 4th CM/tDf H ADMITTED JO flKST CIADE ON BAUS Of IU 1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE LEO HUBEIMAN MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA TeUpW., R| Approved Member. Privaft Schoofi Association of Dett I Poriman Unveiling il .1 rnon ol the late Marry %  >\\ 11th .-t.. will lake p] inday. 29, i: M iunl N< I with Rabbi Moses Mi -. helofl >li Portman is survivi d by Inwife, Ann.,, and I ters, Mr-. Faye Tupler, and Mrs Grei nberg Ai rangi ments are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relativi a-ked to attend HEAP BIG BARGAIN! HERB'S WHY YOU GET THE BEST'DEAL ON A YORKYORK ROOM AIR CONDITIONER ARE STILL GIVING COMFORT AFTER 16 YEARS OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE! WITH AUTOMATIC DEPENDABLE tfltog £W£ KEDDY KILOWATT vQM You,w "* aH d FLORIDA POWER l UCMT COMPANY M iv When you buy a Room Air Conditioner, you it not just for this Mmmer, hut for next summer too and ihe summer after that You eerl.nnlv don't want it lo Mop working shortly after you've made your last payment. YORK Room A,r Condi turners are still riving comfort after Myean. of -a,,-,,, llir> r v „ t ,— I Stop and think a moment '•• u|lkn nianuae,ur,.r S o fR < K„nA,rC,md„ 1 „ners be m buainta that long' VnRKhasl,een,n,l,, m „ l lallu ale not juat buy ing a bos that at icks in_the window! You're buying a complicated piece of maehmery. How well the "works" are designed and lialanced will determine how many summers of comfort you may enjoy without havin g to spend more mon ey againV Before you are taken in by cheaper units which only aeera to coat leaa in the beginning -sP m and look at the YORK Room Air Conditioner. ** for yourself what you really gat! *CH YORK HILL ^25 S.W. 8th ST. • CERTlfno YORK • %  COMP..T. UN. o.VBS YO U TH| YORK PH. 821411 DIXIE YORK • Mill YORK BROWARD $o.i*j MO D L YOU M||| AT A p|, C g YOU CAN All* ONI ROOM OR A Wmm iU l D,N -'NCLUO,NO MOD.t. THAI N.Af •• • *' ——



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hjGUST 27. 1954 -JenMnorMtoii ten's Circle Southern District jnvene Labor Day Weekend PAGE 11 Beth David Names Committeemen conference of the Circle Southern Dis, i\ -t;i1(~. will year at BirmingLabor Day weekend, i ..scpii DunfbVi Dism Eighteen raprewnjhe Greater Miami ar|, in attend the anip.m ine three lot d ,. m addition to DunIn the Birmingham % %  re Harry Spivack, repfchiSouthern District, Evack. Mrs. Bessie Choir and Mrs. Isidor Cold Mrs. Jack Kalmanson Paskoff. of Branch Cleiberman. Mr. N. : and *Mrs. Jacob Segal |d Mrs. Sam Snyder, of and Mr. and Mrs. liman. of English-speak1050. \ conference is especilant. Duntov said, since | marks S5 years of joint I he widely scattered and seven women's also includes celebra|."i years of Workmen's chea in the South and women's clubs. ircnce will occur be )pening celebration on 12 of I he Tercentenary irrlval in the U.S. ProIt ifs of the Southern DisI ihcoming year will In the theme pfopoatd in Jewish Tcrccnkimittee, with special i Jew i-h labor's role Malek to It Sinai IJ iseph W, Malek has i I by Temple Sinai to conduct High Holy m and to chant Friday % avers, it was announced [by Dr. Clement Geronebtnt, Malek has been a cantor >st ten years. He was with the Coral Gables fcnter and served many. Ions in the East. He was fcr nt ,i Brandeis nationship and is a graduate mdeis Institute of Fine lied with many famous Including Cantor Joseph Must recently. Cantor d the position of secreM I'antorial Association h Miami, sang with the %  torus, appeared on local kal radio programs and ^f the outstanding "salesBonds of Israel Govern%  ,inu on his own programs ^le of Israel Bonds. lalek is the possessor of knor voice and has been ^ple Sinai since SeptemHe is married and pracin Miami Beach. Herbert K Bcher, praaideal of Beth David Synagogue, Ihii week announced the appointment of committee personnel for the year 1954-1980. Stanley < Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and former president of the National Council of Jewish v. i I fare Funds, has been named chaii man ol the nominating committee. Kemberi include Louie Bandel, Louis Beiman, Max Jacobson and Jacob Slier Heading the youth commission i^ Louil lleiman, former president Of District 5 of B'nai B'rith and past president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Assisting are Sidney Aronovitz, Bernard Goodman. Dr. Roy Mack. Dr. Jack Seitlin, Gus Shaw. Bert Sher, Charles Spingarn. Jerome Weinkle and Julian Weinkle. Serving as chairman of the Board of Education is Bert Sher. Members of his committee are Max Gettinger, Edward Gordon, 1 harlea Crupper. Max Handshu, Dr Koy Mack. Frank Rose and Louis Schwarttman, The constitution and by laW committee is chaired by Sidney onovitz. Serving as membei are Marx M. Faber, Harry Gordon, Dr. Jack Seillin. Max Silver, Jer lome Weinkle and Mitchell Shape Membership Committee, under I the leadership of Max Jacobson. president Of the Men's Club, CUM lists of Philip Abrams, Harold Her | ney, Maurice Daum, Harvey Iler, man. Akiba Plager. Robert Purlacb, Gus Shaw and Charles Spingarn On the cemetery committee are Al Quadnw and Morris Rabinowitz. Personnel committee will be under the leadership of Sam Seitlin. Serving with him are Sam Dickson. Milton Friedman, Sidney Pozen and Bert Sher. Finance committee chairman is Frank Rose. Helping are Harry August. John treuer, Max 'handshu, Sidney Lefcourt, Harry Markowitz, Iti" it I'opper. Sidney Pozen. Daniel Serott, Jeroaoe Stern, Philip Wei haw and Julian Weinkle. and vi itiiiK chairman is Alexander. Serving with him are Alex < oben, Fred Sandier and Sam Traurig. 'Cokes in Shorts' Party Monday, August 30. 1:30 p.m. Menorah Group of Iladassah will hold a "cokes in shorts" card party at the home of Mrs. H L. Kopelman, 4410 Monserrate. Coral Gables. Card games and mah jongg will be arranged for the informal afternoon, according to Mrs. Emanuel J. Smith, membership chairman. Joseph Duntov and contribution toward American civilization in the last 70 years and the niche occupied by the Workmen's Circle as one of the oldest fraternal labor groups in the country. Duntov explained. Another function of the conference will be to ratify the various resolutions and recommendations of the 54th national Workmen's Circle convention and of the conventions of the English-speaking branches and the Workmen's Circle schools, ail "f which look place In May at Atlantic City! "Also on the agenda will be the matter of organising new Englishspeaking, and youth branches, in tensified participation in the life of the community in general and in Jewish community life, as well as other questions pertaining to Jewish cultural life in the South," the secretary added. National executive committee will be represented by Daniel E. If.-hin. chairman of the organizational committee, and the Workmen's Circle national Bonds for Israel committee is sending its director, Yehuda Tyberg. Representing the Jewish Labor Committee, national campaign director Benjamin Tabachinsky will speak on the role and influence of the Jewish labor movement in the development of social and coonomic life in the U.S. Holy Day Ticket Sales Israelite Center this week announced the sale of High Holy Day tickets. Co-chairmen of sales are Jacob Brown and Jacob Schiff. Society to Meet Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami will meet Friday evening, August 27, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hirsch, 3110 SW 21st st. Mrs. Joan Meyer will talk on children and their inferiorities. Mrs. Elaine Moss will discuss the usage of psychological words GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22*d AVI. n. 4-51*0 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satiafactory Work_ by Experienced Men" *'er ).i,.ft Male. 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PAGE 12 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services al rt< %  [avskj will officiate and discus%  ( Month ol Preparedness tor Samuel Salkow will rendi r the musical portions ol Ihe III Evenin | services an al 8 30 P m wed b) Shalos Si udos Dailj held al B 15 minutes belore sundown BETH EL CONGREGATION hold Friday even.' 6 30 p in S ilurdaj moi ,,.,, %  o m when I Shmao'ahu Swirskj II and rJis* uss "CU at id Ihi B ing cloud Cantor Fishi I I will render Ihe musical pi ol Ihe liturg) Mil h u I son ul Mr and Mr-. Benjamin Clein u come Bar Mitzvah d ii, Theodore %  Sakowitz liver the chat BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday eveninf at 6.30 pm Saturda) moi serviceare at 8 30 a m Cantor Aaron \Veini;arten will officiate and render the musical port of the liturg) Mincha .al I 10 p.m., followed b) Shalo %  A guesl Rabbi will discu Weekl) Portion Dail> are al 7 30 a.m and I p m TEMPLE ISRAEL i : Mi in will hold Frida) evening .ervice .it 8:15 p m with Rabbi Joseph 1! Narot officiating Ri n for religious school will l hi %  i da) morning FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Frida] evening services al I p.m.. with Re\ Lee Hi im officiating. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., w hen speci il pi for the new month ol Elul will be offered, Rei Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy Mincha iat 6 30 followed by Maarit SUNR4Y PAKH HEALTH RESORT H0TCL-SANIT4RIUH oa to: co\ ., >c!u MJUWIK U1U ,!• -r oCOur -MIAMI ruopm* I TEMPLE EMANU-EL will bl< Friday evi %  Saturda) morning servic. • i PhdiP Brum %  CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER Hai %  Ml ~ thi Prophet iWlll I"' i : Elul BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TiON II hold Frida) evei .ervii I 6 15 p.n at 9 a.m p ( i wi hi conducted l,v ii El*. • I 530 p m Mm eh., is at I DV Shale • Dailj ser m and T p HI TEMPLE BHTH SHOLOM will %  al %  Rabbi Marius Fort Lauderd ill offi i %  • Sul rt ol hi* sermon is Peopli Vn S riul %  • irda) in I %  .. Cantor er will i %  : lion"t the III I ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER Will hold Saturda) mon Hur I : FRIDAY, Mitzvat The Me.m uzvah Allan, son nf ,1 MiSam Tannenbaum. mil i, Bar Mitzvah during the sen-ice Frida) evening serv• 10 p.m "I'll Itev Kudo': I" Brill officiating. TEMPLE SINAI of HolUwuod I) evening -ervices Members of the youth ization will participate and and usherettes. Rabp • Shapiro will officiate. with • Mordechal Haalman chanting lh" liturgy \l Feibus. ill addresthe congregat ion \ i Oneg Shabbat will fol• saturda^ morning services 9 a m with Rabbi Shapiro n the Weekly Pint ion Dail) services are in the morning al 9 NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening service.it 8 15pm, with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and beginning the ln-t in .. series of lectures on J'-wish hlstori m M.UMC, N,„ J> ** Portion, ,,,„* I 1 -** -"^ ( ANSHE EMES TION i!l i i morn.,,, service, £* Jpteial prayers eifllf I !" ,nch -' li.ht,! Suchw Different WEST MIAMI jajjj •111 hold Friday e*J at 6:30 pm Saturday^ ices are at 9 a .m. ^ fred Waxmao offit u | of her sermon i^ til jward and Punishment Hereafter Michael •I Mr and Mr, Wl ,^ will become Bar Miuv* will follow t -;J GLASS F0R EVERY PUR P O VJ L M J J $Totl Ft0MT ruTf Mi w|ww fvrniturt Taps, ttvtlid Mirrari mud Hnihrnnq O.r I.. & <>. IPIUNM and Mirror W 136 S.W. 8th St. Morris Or/in PHONE 1 kid "/ WANT MY MILK" l--a!) -i'^ TRULY NOLEN lati md Loan Insurance Corporation and EAWJ (or yu al Ihe cuirent rate ol 3% P" Dade Fedei JOSfPH M IIPTON. timid—' Now 4 convenient offices to serve fji MAIN OFFKC TAMIAMI


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LIIGUST 27. 1954 l ers To The Editor 'Jewistithx-Minn PAGE 13 Repairs Continue At Beth Sholom Jewish Kloridian: j,. I hive become like un i hem over; to men T.irah I have become uulerlhe Torah, though iwll under the Torah. irrupt, I have befupter Saint Paul re: insidkNU group is [whose motto must be [•hey are a mis nwri who, on Sunday (;,,, heard on the radio. 11 themselves; "Israel 1,1 also The Message of phoney a designation toning can sufgaft \ ringing the ZionThe Ilalikvah — "The (he) run on with our The Shma, "Hear, O Lord our God is One." I radio period you've In ihey are offering you put pure Judaism. il to write for their i succession of ele hi i literature starts to l,,. no less, the "Torah V hal a foul and disiv they -tart to pri< nt L phe i-omplitieouTM t i.i il. but it is all ^ Mm to believe in I ,i -un they a--i i' [' iah." From top to li p 1 is untruth and de I ; ..' .iiiil.i. experleaca un readers with thi.. LEWIS MOKTON Editor. The Jewish Floridian: Rio de Janeiro |j fascinating liut j extremely .sluggish, evidently dm to weather and insecurity. I am here almost a week and find it rather exciting as I move about discussine conditions with JrWrial ists ;ind the populace. The two extremes in population are very evident wealthy and poverty stricken. The American {dollar is held and prized. If we. Americans, are dollar-conscious the Brazilians are dollar worship pen. You mu-t understand that the cruzeiros are consistently dropj ping. When I arrived last Wed nesday. the dollar was worth 60 cruzeiros. Today, six days later, it is worth 66 cruzeiros The average 1 worker receives but one eonto and > 200 cruzeiros a month approximately $19 or $20.' You readily can understand the I unrest, insecurity and fertility for {Communistic propaganda among the overwhelming majority The rich live off.the "fat of the laud." The demand for the dollar, is great. This is winter. It jv much milder than the winters-back home in Mi ami. There are only 45.000 Jews in Rio out of a'2.900.000 population There arc only 110.000 Jews m Bra zil out of 57.000.000 population. Yet Jewish life thrives with lour Jewish periodicals Assimilation though is -evere. dating back several generations. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO H*njtfmiiMRJm>ry *hairrm*" o f the house committee of Tt'rhple Beth Sholom, announced this week that in accordance with the decision taken by the committee and accepted by the board of directors of the Temple, extensive repairs and repainting have been done and BJM stiU-bing mad* m the Kali gioui School and Community r*jn.fT(/in^Wfi!n^ilitics' avail able fl l)ieh Ifloofs Tor the con tinued development of our Religious School program and our youth activities," Rimer said. "Temple Teen Town is boing moved to the Banquet Hall on the first floor, making more space available on the second floor for additional classrooms which now Max Paul Named To Judicial Council Appointment of Max Paul, Miami Beach jeweler, to the Florida Judi cial Council was announced by Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns' office in Tallahassee last week. House oi the Congregation, at 4144 total 22. These renovations will < hase ave.. Miami Beach. permit us to serve our members "While we shall, this year, have and their children and indeed our to continue to use the main floor community, and what is more im of our Religious School and Com portant. these improved services munity Mouse lor worship until will IKmatched by an improved our new sanctuary auditorium, now program of instruction." in the process Of being built, i-. completed, we have, nonetheless, dol *AM HIRSCH presents ICcnvalescenl Home ALLLN. Olrector S A. 12th Avenue li 2 All and 9-0271 Cir, to the Elderly nc 24 Hour Nursing Serw \l Diet* Strictly Observed Semi-Private Rooms. isii Forum The Air" ^r, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. WMIE (1140 en diol) th Various Features L'ccd and Directed by WON SEIDEN 17th Ave. Ph. 12 5410 Kosher Products Promoted Nationally Featuring the Star of David ud urging women to "Be A Star House wile with Kosher Ajax. Fab and I Vel," Colgate-Palmolive is bidding for increased Jewish favor with special promotion in the 12 U.S. cities having major Jewish commu nities. Subject of the page scale September advertisement appearing in 'a complete'list of JewfsrrpublicaI tions, printed in both Jewish and | English, is Ro-hHashona. the Jew 1 ish New Year which falls on Sep j tember 28 and 29. Reprints of the advertisement I are used as effective point-of-sale material by Colgate-Palmolive men in explaining Succoth and Simcoth Torah, as well as Rosh Hashona. the three major Jewish holidays which fall within a 30-day period. fNETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME (Foratorly Douglas Nursinj Home) 5NVALESCENTS — INVALIDS — CHRONIC — AGED It-GISTEREO NURSES 24-HOUR NURSINO CARE Special Diets Strictly Observed U BAYSH0IE PLACE {Between Venetian & McArthur Causeways HNE 9 7640 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K. Specter, Directors Agudath Israel Dedication Saturday Official construction of the new $100,000 Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute building at 7801 Carlyle ave.. was announced completed Wednesday by general contractor Aaron Goldman. Ground was broken for the building at ceremonies in January, with actual contruction started on March 18. Principal speaker at the ground breaking was Senior Circuit Judge • • B. Holt. Dedication services are Saturday morning at 9 a.m.. and will be attended by officials and other dig nitarii The tervii will officially usher in the High Holy days and will jointly serve as I tribute to Mr and Mrs. Louis Schenker. of 501 75th st., who contributed *15.000 recently to the building fund. It was this •_;111 which made poi sible the completion of the synagogue in time for its current dedication. A plaque will be erected both inside and outside the building as a memorial to the couple. The building, which has a seating capacity of 700. plus synagogue offices, is of concrete block and stucco consruction and has been completely air conditioned. The Rabbi explained that this is only the first of a planned group of buildings for the Institute. "We eventually plan to have as complete a facility as any in the southeast. There now are plans work' ing for a separate religious school building." he explained. Rabbi Ever came to Miami Beach I in 1948. One year later, he became spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel ] Synagogue, where he served until March, 1951. when he organized Ahavas Israel Synagogue which opened at 7135 Byron ave.. in Janu ary of 1952. Rabbi Ever has chosen as his 1 sqrmon topic for the Saturday morning dedication worship hour I "Building a Synagogue and the 'outlook for the Future." Cantor Elisha Cerner will render the mu%  sical portion of the liturgy. Opening Tues., Aug. 31 Jay Robinson The Screen's Most Exciting New Personality in "WIGHT MUST fALL" a shocking murder mystery Nightly (except Mon.) 8:30 MATINEES SAT. ana SUN. Box Office Open 10 10 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 7-1842 or 89-9755 IAIIIM. I .'. Is, 2 ', l.ix Inc. Air .Conditioned BIITM0RE PLAYHOUSE 151 N.E. 40th ST. MIAMI Closing Sunday SHERRY BRITT0N in "THE UTTIE NUT" OPEN FROM ROSH HASHONAH THROUGH YOM KIPPUR 1! COMPUTE DAYS Complete Holiday Services in AirConditioned Hall, Conducted by Noted Cantor Finest Strictly Kosher Food, Served in the Famous Victor Tradition Air Conditioned Dining Room and lobby Air Conditioned Rooms Available Planned Entertainment and Television tARir RtiUVATIONi NECESSARY PHONE 5-0041 ON THE OCEAN 12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI REACH BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION CORNER 40th ST. end PRAIRIE AVE. MIAMI BEACH announces DIGNIFIED HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ROSH HASHONA Monday evening, Sept. 27 Tuesday morning, Sept. 28 Wednesday morning, Sept. 29 YOM KIPPUR Wednesday evening, Oct. 6 Thursday morning, Oct. 7 TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS Daily, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., 5 to 8 p.m. Phone 58-1251 AIR CONDITIONED MORRIS WE1NSTEIN, Pros. f General Repair on all Make Trucka and Cora Electric and Acetylene Weldlu*:OULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecko Rebuilt — Body Repalri and Painting r->ee Pick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Service 3 2244, 2-6451 140 S.W. ltd Street all decked out • • • wr-; I/*J "& HOTIL frm M'Alpm From lip 10 w McAlpio is bright end fresh. Guest rooms end public space have been bandsoaiely reckco, ried tad everything's new but the rates. They remain i a ibrilii low, making the / McAlpio New York's J greatest hotel value. $4.50 •.ntjl*. 7.00 dovbU I soo newly redecorated room* with bath and radio. Many rooms with TV, sVoadwav at loefc U. I Week worn Pan* W or t on 9n4 tmH*•*• •".!•* %  Niw TOt TISCM NOtll V* V V* VV-krV-VTT~ w^w^w-— -A CORDIAL INVITATION to worship, "With the Help of GO," in the beautiful and newly air-conditioned AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE 7801 CARIYIE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH DURING THE HIGH H01Y DATS Rosh Hoshonah, Sept. 2l-2f Yam Kippur, Oct. 7 Reservations Now Being Taken Call UN 6 5226 UN 6-8206 Alt service* conducted under the personal aupcrviaion of Rabbi Isaac H. Ever and a well-known cantor. An $18 membership fee entitle* holder to High Holy Day* ticket and ame seat all year long. RABDl IMPRESSIVE DEDICATION SERVICES SATURDAY, AUGUST 2i • A.M. ISAAC H EVER CANTOR ELISHA CERNER 441* WORSHIPPERS CORDIAllY I N 1/I T t D The Synagogue with NO High Holiday Public Money Appeals LOUIS AW CAMEL, M A RABBI MAJOR NAT POLLACK, M 8 ApaflNI rtlATOn Torah Temple LOl IS OARTENHAI S <"\N roR ELISHA CERNER \ ictATi CANTO*. TORAH RI U?I R Miami Beach ANNOUNCES KAUTIFV1, 01GHIfI E 0 MEANINGfUl HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES IES and SERMONS IN ENGLISH Reservations on a 'First Come First Sonet"' Rasis HERRREW-ENGUSH UTURGY Three Seating Sections: A. Men's Section B Women's Section C. Miaed Seeling for Choice Seats in All Sections at the Renutifol, Specious, Perfectly Air Conditioned Avdiforiwm WRITE: R0X 588, MIAMI REACH, FOR RESERVATIONS M0 SOLICITATI0M Of HINDS DURING THE HIGH HOLY DAYS 11



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+J(HtncrMto!L FRIDAY. PAGE 14 GLOBAL SHORTS Festmaster General Unable To Bar Anti-Semitic Mail v, VSHIN v io'ineters wi n the i eastern shore S the lake. The MA. rohibil ill iremism. UN Commission Affirms Israel's Sovereignty TEL W IV 'I M Thi i Mixed Arm minis;. ... : r a a syi I incident on eret March 15, last weekend reaffirmed Israel's soven over the entire Lake and a strip ol ria i" respect this boundary and to prevent further violations ol the territory. H A -' emned Syria tor the attacks m Israeli fishing boats on the lake Rabbi Abranwwitz Named fond Head For Greater Miami Rabbinical Group Ebon Confers With State Department on Suez Pact WASHINGTON (WNS New safeguards to mitigate the threats to Israel's securitj resulting from Britain's evacuation ol the Suei area were proposed to the State Department by Israel al %  conference between here between Israeli Ambassador Abba S. Eban and Assistant Secretary of State Henry A. Byroade. Ambassador Eban pointed out that the Sue/ pact, coupled with U.S. grants of military assistance to Egypt, would upset the balance ol power In the Middle East and encourage Egypl into aggression against Israel. Israeli Reply to Big Three Plan Urges Talks With Arabs JERUSALEM (WNS) — Thn l eleven Big Three proposals dealing with Israel-Jordan border security have been accepted by Israel, it was revealed hero when the Foreign Ministry disclosed that an official reply had been made to the recent proposals suggested by France. Britain and the United States in a move designed to improve the border tension. In identical notes to the Big Three, the Government of Israel said it would agree to demarcate its border-, to erect physical barriers at frontier points and to discuss an arrangement with respect to permitting Arab refuges to pass from the Egypt-held Gaza strip into Jordan via Israel. Bigot Named Deputy Premier Of Richest German State IH SSELDORF J1 \ l" I rich Middelhauve, the first i of a postwar German It political part) to exploil itism tor political etui-, was sworn in here as Deput) MiniI dent and Minister for Economics in North Rhine Westphalia I>r Middelhauve, a publisher and printing shop owner in the small town of Opladen, heads th< Democratic Part) in the wealthiest of West German States Durii tenure ol offici I I the FDP part) organizatioi came a haven lor N.I/I professional Nazi Part) tut aries Churchill Cables Hope for Peace in Middle East Area M.w YORK (W N Si British Prime Minister Sir Winston l hurchill. in a letter to Louis Lipsky, chairman ol the American Zionist Committee tor Public Affairs, voiced hope "that the da) may soon come in the Middli I when Israelis and Arabs will live together in peace." Sir Winston's letter, written by Insecretary, waS in reply to a telegram Mr Lipsk) sent to the British statesman following his June 28 press confer ence at Washington, where the British Prune Minister voiced strong pro Israel sentiments and called himself a Zionist, Exiled Labor Leaders Lash Out Against Anti-Semitism PARIS [WNS Red anti-Semitism, particularly in Rumania, was sharply denounced here tinweek in a statement issued b) the Free Trade Unionists in Exile, an organization of trade union leaders from Soviet Russia and the satellite countrieReferring to the pro tests which have been reverl ing throughout the free world again-t Rumanian persecution of Jew-, the statement said that "the free workerol the world join in these protests against at which icoming from i hind the Iron Curtain Amsterdam to Buy Ruins of Ancient Synagogue from Jews AMSTERDAM J1 \ sterdam cit) i n to purchase Ihi ruin I • %  called V which -tandin the hearl ol the I u ghetto area, from the Jewish communit) I i ,i in the site a museum to -i rve as a reminder ol the one, thriving Amsterdam Jewish Communit) which was destroyed b) thi Nazis The ancient Synagogue, together with the entire Jewish neighborhood, was ra/ed in Hie Germans during the occupation %  this period Iii to the t'nil %  • N Ji wi I v ti| ( pn si nl time he is si tan ol "" Ral %  Miami, MCI president Zionist Di and a mi ml ] the N Until !!• innan ol tin :! %  %  Vt the rlapoel H ition in ll will visit thi %  %  n nexl month :chairman •< the nical Council v [or Isi affairs and spiritual leader of the Young 1rael S\ ii. irk, N J Hi visited Israel recentl) with the | of the Rabbinical Council of America Rabbi 1 4 am.,n pn sental ol the Rab binical Council of America for the purpose of studying the religious position in I-r.,i 1 As a result ol their visit to l rael. the) have worked "Ul a program ot acth Ities and inform I with regard to Israel in the communr binical Council erica Rummage Sale Friday Mi n %  mis Proceeds Slr^ Ve,erans ProgrJ J' r '"" *'!H* J ,hr i.nJ2? di nl of h M \ KB" ^& • ipt| r Vl R ^ Inch '"'" Raltuefe J iDsTI u.l,,** Ltven Maqinnis Recew, Chamber AwardI It abb i maytr Ak*mmwiti .Mrs. Givner Joins Beth Kl Academy Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. of Beth El Hebrew Academy, announced that Mrs Marlene QIVBM hijoined the Fncli-h Department l the Xeadeinv for the fall a> nning September 7. Mrs Givner, formerly a teacher in tin New York City public schools "agraduated from the Cit) I Now York, with the degr f Bachelor of Science in Education, cum laude She is also a member of Kappa Delta Pi, national education honorary i i ur nimmen, she was a : the -t.iff of Council I>a> Camp, which is supported by the National Council of Jewish Women At the Beth Kl Academy. MrGivner will teach the English program of the kindergarten and lir-t grade I! Hebrew Academy provides a full day program for children ol the first, second and third gradein a modern schoolroom RabM Swirsky said. Beth El Registration Ri (ration of students for m Beth Kl Talmud Ti.rah. SOD s'A 17th avt will take place thi Ugh J '"'*"" %  firi!^ IH-S,TI i "] inn II.I Mli ""l.-ii. %  %  | \RS N '' %  NOTICE LNOER Ft '.AME LAM I %  I i lot) Court it 'Ml.II .' I LU MI.M v IN till \\ i .-• llaa .?: — % %  NOTICE UNDER FiC NAME LAW NOT I.I Ihv* un,t," -uriHl. dcsllUfl MIAMI M N VV N rfUUt I Wllll U r Dm) K \i k VI /.I a i i Sen. Humphrey Calls for Hearings on Immigration Law WASHINGTON (JTA>—Sen Hubert H. Humphrey last weekend called for early hearings on the revision of the McCarran Walter Immigration Act. and made public the text of communications exchanged between him and Sen Arthur V. WatkiltS, chairman ol the Senate Immigration Subcommittee. Sen. Humphrey asked Sen Watkins tor hearings on McCarranWalter operation during the late summer and fall when the Senate is not in session, so thai "wi move moi-i rapidly in the 84th t on gross." 'Returnees' to Rumania Forced to Campaign ISTANBUL (JTAl The Jews who have returned to Rumania from israel are being forced b) thi eminent there to propagandize against the Jewish State, according to reportreaching here The Bucharest press and radio have pub licized statemi nts allegedlj made by returneecriticizing conditions in Israel. The letterm the press %  re all written m the sai obviouslj having bei n pi professional propagandi Former Member of Polish Parliament Dies at 66 'I'KI. AVIV (JTA)—Koppel S.-h wartz. poet, journalist, a leader in the Mapia Party, died henAugust 2 at Beilin.son Hospital, at the age of 66. He was born in Poland, where he had been a member of the pre-war parliament. He was also a leader of the Zionist move ment in Galicia before settling in this country. Israel Not Approached by Britain for Troop Permit JEW SALEM 1JTA [fee | n Office den • • ,.,| lv today thai Israel had %  Proached b) Great Britain with propo-al to itation British troops anywhere in Israel The Foreign Office made itde niel in a statement t,, ,|„. At the -am,time, it Instructed it. } in London to inquii British Foreign Office as ,„ ,,„ %  po-ihle source of | rumor ,„,(,. lished last -week to the effect that Britain had approached Israel on the possibilities of establishing a military base at Haifa. | Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7,h Avenue ^ "J^ „<* PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Mkxmi'a One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! 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JGUST 27, 1954 •Jmlsti #tor kUtr PAGE 15 ,L NOTICE %  TV JUDGES' COURT Bo DADE COUNTY, IpROBATE. NO. 334MB >F l\vis Docoa o ad 'TO CREDITORS ,tnl All PersonII.iv|j,,mand* ABHIIIMI Said I, of JTOM ere hereby pined I" present any IIIIIH which vim |ma) have iiRHlnm BY J I County. in the I.WIS. tll-l CIlHCll lorlda. to the u 111 > y Jlldgt-M of Hade the Mima tn their ,iintvCourthouse In lurlda, within eight from the date of the hereof. Said claims ontaln Holev*! dd,.iant and t" oe %  wow .1 i.ifuri'SHiil. Of euno ., .-;.., lion 7tt.il of it. A, I jard, A U l64. N C. I'A VIS .in ,-ir.itor of the i' ,i IIAVIS, Deooa o ad. > xKiiwrr/. iinilnimiiitiii li Miami If, Florida LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that tinmull i signed, desiring to engage In business under the rii-tiilouii um '.[ LI'fll.l.K ORIGINALS HiMIAMI at 1X7 N.W. -'ml St.. Miami. Int.mis to register said name with the i lerk of Hi. circuit Court of Uade County, Florida. CHAUNCEY STUNKUREENSTIKN, |Kf, THEODORE It NELSON Attorm-v I,ii Applicant 8/20-27 — I. I 10 LEGAL NOTICE %  7 ___ TuiT COURT OF THE JDfCIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR DADE JHANCERY No. 17170O IN, I'lalntlff. II.>• 'N'. I'efendant. TO APPEAR t C. NBU* IN -iii Nelson Avenue ri\ laiBOj |iy ordered and required of your answer to the nt for divorce, a copy %  nrioaod herewith, on 11 and file the orlg|ce nt Ihe Clerk of the ol Uadf County. Flornthe tOtk day ..f s.patherwlae the alienations • i.iken aa confessed IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 31366-A RK: F.STATE ol' SAME 8CHL.CSSL.ER, Heoeaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hiereb) given Dial I have fiieii my final report and petition lor i'in,.i DlarhnrBe ae Admlnlatrator of tineata I SADIE BCHLL'SSEK, %  .i and thai on the let da) M October, iSo*. u in appl) to tne HmiLiable W. I It ASK lll.ANTuN. ( ,,unt> Judge "i ii.ni. County, Florida, for Approval of said final report and for final dlacharce aa Administratrix of UM Batata oi SAME BCHI.USSKR, il. ..i sed Tills 16th day of August, I9'.4. JOSEI'HINK SCII I.I SSI OK KOVNER m MANNHKIMElt Attorneys |..i Administratrix i ie : %  ; /-io -i 17. 197.1. II LEATHBRMAN. |ik of the Circuit Court A NI' lalntlff u.lding. Miami ".2. I'l.i. 1" INDER FICTITIOUS |AME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that |il de-lrlng to engage In the fictitious name of ISTKICTION CO. iN#t IN w 2nd Ave Miami, nald name with Ihe [ i 'iri .nt Com i >.f i '.ol.McNF.IL 2V. : KEYHER .'.'i T K. LEE %  :: %  • %  RICK II. JOLLY t KHAVITZ Applleanta no NDER FICTITIOUS AME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that I desiring to engage in t the fictitious name of NER8, at 734 B.W. 22nd i. Florida, intenil to rcg. with the Clerk of tne >l i lade County, Kloriila. (i.MKKli KI.AM KITH El.AM A IN lipllcant r si Miami, Ha. 10 _:UIT COURT OF THE [JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE I CHANCERY. No. 17172* lain, I'lalntlff Defendant BY PUBLICATION liMS larda i; Avenue i n i '.inn. li. ill IEIIEBY RMQl'IRED to f your anawar to the in HI the above oanae the piaintift %  attor! • Ol lglll.il III the illc ol the Circuit Court. I • ii daj "i Bepti HI wise said Hill of Cm I.I km as confessed by pi'.ih day of August. itM II LEATHBRMAN. nk ..f I'II, n il Court nl. County, Florida WM W. BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk |M.\N A. KAPLAN I'lalntlff .tiding. Miami 32. Ha. 1-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1717tS ROBE C. HARRIS, %  widow. Plaintiff. vs. CORA WILLIAMS, a Free Dealer; ROY C. RECTOR and RKi'ToR. hla wife, if married, or if either or both are dead, all unknown heirs, deviee.es. grantees, assignees, lienors. creditors, trustees or other claimants by. through, under or against them; and all persons claiming an) estate, right, title or intereat in, or lien upon, the real property herein described. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO; ROY C. RECTOR an.l RECTOR, his wife. If mairled. or if either or both are dead, all unknown hens. devises, grantoee, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, or other claimants by. through, under or against them Residence I'nknown TO ALL OTHER PERSONS having or claiming any estate, right, title or Interest in, or lien upon, the following .I. srtit.eii land, lo-s'it Lot >l. Itlock 9. HISi'AYNK POINT, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In I'lat lb.ok 14. at Page 3.".. of the Public Hi-, .mis of Dade County, Florida. TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has been commenced against you. and you are ordered and i.-.luned to file your written appearance In aald proceeding on or before tne :'"th day of Septemlier. 154. In the above etyled cause now pending In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County, Florida, In Chancery, by filing the ."initial of your appearance with the Clerk ol this court at the Dole County Courthouse. Miami, Florida, and to serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiffs attorney. (3EOROE •' TALIANOFF, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and in default of said appear.no e. a decree pro confeaau will be entered against you. The relief sought in the above cause is to quiet and confirm the title to the above described land In and to the Plaintiff. RUSK c HARRIS, and to cancel and discharge that certain mortgage ns set forth In the Complaint filed herein. lined at Miami. Florida, this 17th dav of AuaTUSt, lr.4. K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court B| R H RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk is v al) UBoROE .1 TALIANOFP, ESQ. Attorney for Pi.unSff ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fia. I :i-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is rlBREBY CJIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I SANS BOl'CI APARTMENTS, at 610 71th Street, Mldmi Beach. Florida. Intend to leglster said name .lt|i the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida THOMAS WHITE FRANCES WHITE FRIEDMAN AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Thomas White and Frances whit.H/ 6-I3-2II-2 ; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171413 ELLEN BROOKS, Plain tit f BDWART) li BROOKS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; EDWARD B BROOKS, I:, ildence unknown Top, EDWARD BROOKS, are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed aa^uial you, xnd you are required to si of your Ansv.. i oi Pleading to the Bill of rompiamt on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, 821 Beybold llldg., Miami, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of, the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th Hay Of September. IH.'.l If you fall to do so, judgment l.\ default will be I taken against you for the relief denianded in the (till of Complaint. DUNK AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 4th day of August, A.I. ItM. E, It. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I>ade County, Florida By WM W. BTOCKINO, (Circuit Court Seat) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for i'lalntlff in Seybold Bldg., Miami. 11a. 8/S-1S-20-27 LEGA L NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ICUIT COURT OF THE [JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |N AND FOR DADE CHANCERY No. 171724 ODFKIBND, I'lalntlff. DDFRIEND. Defendant. |CE TO APPEAR COLD OOODFRIEND ii M t Place N. w. Ion, Di' ^el,>ordered and required of I ..111 an.-Uel to the int for divorce, a oop) i in losed herewith. on Iprney and file the orlgfli. of the Clerk of the ..f i • oi.Count]. HOTII.the :'"tii dai of s.p •Iherw lae the allegations |lll be taken Ss con!. |ual IK, in i I I l:\THKRMAN. ik of the Circuit i '<"i! i M M \\ BTOCKINO, Deput) ci.ik 1A N D r alntlff illdlng, U ml 11.' JUNDER FICTITIOUS [NAMfc LAW HEREBY OIVBN thai % .•d. desiring io engage in the fictitious name of |IT JEWELERS, at 7M Mine, Miami. Intends to nun., with the Clerk of It %  •in t of Dade Count). I.AURY Il RTKOF Applicant 1-10 I. WHITE IN THE COUNTY JUDUfca' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. B33302 In Re: ESTATE OF PAUL s fJRl'EN, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH creditors and All Pel-onHaving Claims or Demands Against Said Estate ,_ You. and each of you are hereby notified and re.piiied t" present an> claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate ..f PAUL s ORUEN. <>• %  • ••;;•' late of Dade Count*. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dad. Countv. and file the same In their offices in the County CoOrt house in Dade County. Florida, within calendar months from the date first publication hereof. Said or demands to contain th n eight of the claims leiral address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid._or same will be barred. See Section •...!. 16 ol the 1MB Probate Act Date July 1'Tth. AD ItM. KI'RT MENDEL THEODORE PERM V As Administrators of the Estate of PAUL S ORUEN, Deceased. KI'RT WBLLLWCH Attorney for Administrators MM Congress Bldg, Miami. Ha. S/S-1S-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage m business undet the flctll name of VNTI-I'EST SYSTEM, at '" % % %  Al n Road Miami Pea. h El la. Intends the said nan i mm tV clerk ..f the Circuit Court ol Dade ^t'-O ^Mtaml PenhK. a. this "" 1 'I-^-ENE';, SOLOMON Attorney for the Firm: S'oRMAN r si I LI 'Mi >N II...6 Alfii Road. MaaM • n — / ^^^_^_^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 171572 JOHN I.. BUTTON, Plaintiff, vs. RI'TH E BUTTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; RI'TH E BUTTON Route 6. Box IT8-A Nile-. Michigan You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of >our Answer or Pleading t-. the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY M. CAIN, t51I W. Fluffier St. Miami. Pla and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th dav of September, I9M. if you fall to do so. Judgment bl default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of August, A.D. E B I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. B) M. C. OREBN, (Circuit Couit Seal) D. puty Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff HII W Flugler St., Miami. Fla. S/13-20-27 — 9/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 1tf 149-B MARKS BROTHERS CO., a partnership consisting of HERMAN MARKS, P.U'I. MARKS. El'OENI-: li MARKS and STANLEY MARKS, and also ERNEST NEI'FEI.D. Plaintiff a, vs. MAURICE It HARRISON. META M. HEIN8. EMMA HEINH TEMPLBTON, AUATHE C. HEINS, R. HESSE II E I N S CLEMENTINE HESSE ANDERSON, f.k.a. CLEMENTINE M HESSE. Dec, I EDMUND HESSE ANDERSON and HARRY ANDERSON, Deceased, and all persons claiming any estate, rigid, title Ol Interest in, or lien upon the oil property herein described, oi air. p.ut thereof, trhlt-h is located In Dade County, State of Florida I ai II !:• and SO of BBNDLE INVESTMENT COMPANT'tl SUBDIVISION, in Section S ..r Township j| South, Itangi : %  • Eaat, according td the I'l.n thereof, reoor d ed hi Plal Book i. ai Page -: oi the Publli of | ,add I ounty, Hoi i I '.-fendants. AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KDMl'ND HESSE ANDERSON, ADDRESS: ROUTE I.AFAYECTE, HA And all other pet sonclaiming-any estate, right, title or Interest in, or Inn upon the real property Involved In this suit, which Is In Dade County, Florida, to wit: Tracts 4 and 50 of HENDI.E INVESTMENT COMPANY'S SI'BDIVlSltiN, In Section ", of Township ot South, Range 311 East, according to the I'lat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 1, at Page 87 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; ADDRESS; I'NKNOWN. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a proceeding to Quiet Title has been brought in the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County, Florida, against all persons claiming any estate, right, title or interest in. or Hen Upon, the following described real property, situate In Dade County, Florida, to wit: Tracts 49 and B0 of HENDI.E INVESTMENT COMPANY'S BUBDIVISION, in Section .". of Township .14 South. Range 38 East, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 1, at Page 17 of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida: and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer or otli.-i Pleading to ihe Hill of Complaint to Quiet Title as Amended .n Plaintiffs' attorneys. OENET ft GENET, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file th.original Answer or other Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 14th day of September, i".4 If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will lataken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint as Amended. DATED at Miami. Dade Countv. Florida, this 10 day of August. ItM, E II I.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: I. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk S'13-20-27 — 9/3 IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171S10 IN RE: „ ADOPTION Ol' MINOR CHILD. ctrtTIS MICHAEL SESSIONS NOTICE BY PIULICATION — TO: PARK TRAMMEL SESSION'S Bit North Fifth Terrace Birmingham. Alabama PARK TRAMMEL SESSIONS c/o Seaboard Air Line Railway Birmingham. Alabama yoi' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition for the adoption of the minor child, CURTIS MICHAEL SESSIONS, has been filed "ti behalf Of the petitioner, THEODORE i KOWALESKl, and you are hereby required to sel ve a op\ of yolll an-" el to the petition oi tltloner's attorney, RICHARD KRIEOER FINK. 412 Congress I'.uildlng, Miami. Florida, and to file the original in Ihe office ol UJJ Cl.rk of the abo\e Court on or before the >th dav of September, IT.4, oi a default "111 be entered against you. DATED this 1Mb day of August, **'*' K B I.EATHEHMAN. i 'lertt of the circuit Court Dade Countv Floi i.la B, M C QREKN, Deputy clerk 9/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171410 MARY LANZA. I'lalntlff. MICHAEL LANZA. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: MH'HAEI. LANZA 16*". Easl. Ii.sler Road Bronx, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fur Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy *f your An%  wer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 7 .lav of September, ItM; others %  the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed agalnsl you. Dated this 4 day of August. 19.4. E B. I.EATHEI'.MA.N, Clerk of Circuit Court By: I. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk In I QEORGE J. TALLANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fla, I I 11-30-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. |N CHANCERY. No. 171511 NANCY OI.ICK, Plaintiff. \ Pl'RToN <;j,ICK, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: BIRTON CLICK M2S Hth Avenue Bilvei Springs, Marjland YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against >ou, and you are herebj required to serve %  copy of your Answer to the Itlll of Complaint on Plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original Answer In the offll %  of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 14th day of September, ItM; otherwise, the allegations of sail* Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this day of August, 1954. E It LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By: I. SNEEDEN. Deputy Clerk l-eal) GEORGE J TALIANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for i'lalntlff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla, 8/13-20-27 — 'J-i (Seal) I 20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATALIES OF MIAMI, at 23. L. n^rwR^'^rk^f^rc^R CV, ur toff>adeCo„n,v. |; n..rub. NATALIE N COLLN /13SO27 — / NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of l> R. BAR. at 05 K.W. th Ave.. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAI'DE B. BITTNER. Sole Owner KESSLER OARS Attorneys for Applicant 17S2 W. Flugler St. S/0-13-20-27 f n in t NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 30013-A In lie: Estate of HERMAN BENJAMIN. Dffased TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL PERSONS HA VINO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST BA1D ESTATE: You and each of >OII, are hereby notified and required t" preaenl any claims and demands which jrou. Of either Of yOU. mav have aalli-t Mi" asute ol HERMAN BENJAMIN %  • ceased, late of Dade County, Florida. ,,, the Hoi ible Count) Judges I,.,,I,. county, and fibthe same ,,flues In the Count) Cc House in Dade County, Honda with it eight calendar months from the date of the Hist publication hereof, said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to I, MI t.. and present*] as aforesaid oi sun.IM be barred p.,,, \ igusl I x n 19..3. I, HIS ZIMMON IRVING BENJAMIN As Executors of the List Will and Testament of HER MA N BENJA MI V B ^ AARON M. KANNER Attorn*) for Executors hoielaml Bldg. Miami. Fla. S/-t-10-Z7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of IRENE SHOPS, at 1620 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOLA ANN. INC., a Florida corporation, sole owner GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Applicant 42ii Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. I.1-20-27 — 9/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flititiounames of FOX'S INN — FOX'S RESTAURANT, al MM So. Dixie Highway, Miami, tint Idas Intends to reglstei -aid name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida H1KADE & HACKENBERG CO.. INC. Sole Owner HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Apple ant 1518 W Flagler St., Miami %  IS-lO-tl — S/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAYERS and ROBBIN8, al 1102 Conn.-Bldg., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I. R MAYERS, Side Owner I 10-17 — 9/3-10. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage th .under th.rlctltloui name ", GARDENIA APARTMENTS, at MI144-840 Fenneylvanls Avenue, Miami Be oh I-.'" d '. and 000-010-020 Hih Btreet, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reglater said name with the lerk of the ClrCUlt Com I of I ..ide CoUUt) i lorlda. IRVING K 'PLAN and IDA KAPLAN, ins a re, sole owners PALLOT, SILVER • Ml l.l."V Attorneys for Irving Kaplan and Ida Kaplan s/13-20-27 — I '. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JANICE Sllops. at 6ii Miracle Mile. Coral Gables, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dad.County. Floi ida. JACK KAHN SALLY KAHN LEON KALI8H Attorney for Applicants 1001 Dul'ont Bl.lg. 0 I3-2U-27 — 9/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign.il, desiring to .linage in business under the fictitious name of A S DISCOUNT AGENCY, at ::7 N E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Cleik of IM circuit Court Of I'aile County, Florida. ALBERT A SoNTAG l.l'.o ACKERMAN MAX It. SILVER An... ney for Applicants >2J Se\ bold Building, Miami 32, Fla. I 10-27 :• ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jew 1st thrkUnn solicits your '.egal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal ratet Phone 2-4366 for messenger set-Tic*) ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest PricM — QuickC Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-436* • •



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 27, 1954

Subjects

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

Notes

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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01386

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 28Number 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[Answers
:s Service
fs Charge by
's Advisor
(YORK jhic Agency has rejected,
iplctely unsubstantiated,"
charges made against it
kard Katzen. consultant on
[affairs to the Republican
i ommittee, Louis P. Rock
hitlent of the JTA, an-
this week.
[Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
|o axe to grind." Mr. Rocker I
Republican official. "Its
nee its inception ih 1917
and will continue to be,
bnt the news honestly and
ply to the best of its ability, i
.nt and report faithfully |
irately all information on
development! of concern
[.! .'. ish community and to
the community with the
which to base judgments !
isions."
r-tter lo Dr. George S. Wise,
)n of the JTA board, which
I to the press before it [
|vered to the JTA. Mr. Kat |
iplained of the "obviously j
i nature of the reports dis-
led by your agency He said ,
f'aware of the duty of news |
to keep the public alert as I
doings of the government
nun in public life," adding '
irever, when the picture la
ided, then it cea-es to |
}ful reporting and turns into
Ml ion and propagan- i
I (onceded that he m
bitting a "bill of particulars
pve of this point, although
of my ability to do so "
thai "any unbiased
lot these reports must be
Not only are the re-
pe ided, but very' often dls
vith half truths and editori-
hth uncalled for interpreta-
ml comments."
he declared, "that such
ban attitude is not only In-
lil'le with the principles of a
less and American journa-
bu{ also counter to the
Israel Seeks Safeguards in Suez
Withdrawal; Dulles Reports Hope
Col. Nasser Denies Egypt Ready
For Attack but Affirms Hostility
Israel becomes the eleventh country to ratify the Convention
on the Political Rights of Women, which provides that women
shall be entitled to vote in all elections, to be eligible for elec-
tion and to hold public office on equal terms with men. Seen
here at the conclusion of a ratification ceremony at the United
Nations are (right to left) Mordecai R. Kidron. deputy repre-
sentative of Israel to the UN; Mrs. Zina Hinnnnn!>w
social affairs of Israel Delegation; Mrs. Sophie Grinberg-
Vinaver, secretary of the Commission on the Status of Women;
and Constantine Stavropoulos, principle director in charge of
the UN Legal Department.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles
was reported this week to appear
more hopeful on Hear Eastern af-
fairs than in some time.
Philip Klutznick. president of
B'nai B'rith. who conferred with
the Secretary of State this week,
said that Mr. Dulles saw more hope
for favorable developments in the
' Near East. Mr. Klutznick called at
j the State Department to discuss
: the Arab Israel situation in the
lijaht of the planned British with
drawal from the Suez Canal Zone.
Mr. Klutznick said his conversa-
tion with Mr. Dulles gave him con
fidence that progress would be
made. He added that problems in
volving Israel are now receiving
Mr. Dulles' "personal and intimate
attention."
In Johannesburg, an Israeli Cab-
inet member disclosed this week
that Israel is negotiating with Brit-
ain and the United States regard-
ing steps to be taken following
British evacuation of the Canal
.zone.
Joseph Saphir, the Minister of
Transport, said that "we have
j warned both the Britsh and Ameri-
I can Governments of the possible
. consequences and implications
! for them as well as for us that
I might result from Great Britain's
evacuation of the Suez Canal area.
' We are urging both governments to
take effective steps against in-
creased tension in the Middle
East."
The Israeli told South Africans
i who greeted him on his arrival
there that Israel will not be intim-
idated by hostile statements and
threats from Arab statesmen. Af-
i firming Israel's desire for peace.
', he added, "if any country attacks
, us. we are fully prepared to meet
the situation."
According to reports published
in London by the Daily Telegraph.
Israel, in a series of five notes it
has already sent the British For-
eign Office on the Suez Canal sit-
uation, seeks assurance that the
I final settlement between Britain
' and Egypt will include an agree-
UN Chief Defends Pessimistic
Views on Near Eastern Area
lontinued on Page 2
idassah Meets
Convention
YORK (WNS) Senator A. S.
Ilonroney, of Oklahoma, ad-
fK the opening session of the
inual convention of Hadas-
lutioned against large-scale
fcan military aid to the Arab
|es
ring "we cannot hope to
le Arab states, or Israel for
fatter, so that any of these
could cope with the Red
in the event of an invasion.
Monroney asserted that
iich quantity and quality of
hat would be useful in with
Bg such an invasion would
(inly a false hope of security
Invasion while upsetting
luous balance of power that
Usti between Israel and the
The Oklahoman said it
! be unfair to blame the Kis
it Administration for the de-
?tion in Arab-Israel relations,
offered the view that an
ited American program of
cal and economic aid to la-
nd the Arab states offered
Continued on Page 4
1 Mill) NATIONS (JTA)- -Unit-
ed Nations Secretary-General Dag
Hammarskjold explained this week
at a press conference here why he
had said that "the time is not yet
here for a peace settlement be-
tween the Arab states and Israel."
This statement had been included
in the annual report Mr. Hammar-
skjold published last week, as pre-
pared for submission to the UN
General Assembly which starts its
session next month.
"Realism is always a good thing
in politics." the UN Secretary-Gen-
eral told his press conference. He
challenged anyone to contest the
truth of his statement about the
Arab-Israel peace possibilities at
the present time. "We should not
fool ourselves that we have gotten
farther than we have," he empha-
sized.
Mr. Hammarskjold announced
at the press conference the ap-
pointment of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche,
former mediator of the Arab-Jew-
ish war. as one of the UN under-
secretaries. However, he denied
that Dr. Bunche would be primar-
ily concerned with the Palestine
issue.
The UN Secretary General paid
generous tribute to Maj. Gen Vagn
Bennike. retiring chief of staff of
the truce supervision organization
in Palestine. He said he had "un-
reserved admiration" for what Gen.
Bennike had done, and added it
was "what one might expect from
a man of his upright moral atti-
tude and great integrity and judg-
ment.
"I can't remember." Mr. Ham-
marskjold went on, "any case of
disagreement between myself and
Gen. Bennike. There was a com-
plete meeting of minds between
us." The Secretary-General added
that Gen. Bennike had "made all
the contribution that an outstand-
ing personality could make toward
peace."
The United Nations Security
Council, at a closed meeting here
this week, approved the draft of
a report to be submitted to the
forthcoming session of the General
Assembly on the activities of the
Council during the year ending
July 15. 1954.
The Council, whose deliberations
and decisions during the year were
devoted to a great extent to the
Arab-Israel issue, also approved a
number of amendments to its draff*
report which had been circulated
before the meeting. The members
of the Council decided that, if more
amendments are received, a further
meeting will be called. Otherwise,
the report will be considered
adopted. The contents of the draft-
ed report were not tnade public
by the Council, nor was the nature
of the approved amendments.
The Arab-Israel issue does not
figure on the agenda of the forth-
coming session of the General As-
sembly, which is scheduled to open
here next month. The only item
concerning the Palestine situation
which appears on the agenda is a
report on relief work among Pal-
estine refugees in the Arab coun
tries.
Will Continue to Oppose Policy
Sharett Repeats Objection
To U.S. Arming of Arabs
xieties." But Mr. Sharett added. "I
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel will calm Israel in the face of her an-
continue to oppose the United
States policy of arming the Arab ,
tales, and will not be satisfied
with mere verbal guarantees of its !
security, which is now even in |
greater danger as a, result of the
British Egyptian agreement on
Suez, that has brought about a
change in the Middle East's balance
of power. Premier Mo.she Sharett
declared at a press conference
here.
The Israel Premier, who is also
Fon gn Minister, said that U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, in his recent talks with Is-
mel'l Arnha.-s.idor Abba Eban. 're-
vealed his good will in an effort to
don't think that good will alone can
satisfy Israel."
Sending arms to the Arab states,
the Israel Premier stressed, con-
tributes to the deterioration of
peace and stability in the Middle
East. It is the equivalent of a prize
to the Arab states for their refusal
to negotiate peace with Israel, he
asserted. Not only will delivery of
arms to the Arab states make peace
in the Middle East more remote,
but it will not even help the stab-
ilization of the already shaky re
gimes in the Arab countries them-
selves, nor will it aid relations
Continued on Page 3
> >
Philip Klutinick
ment for Britain to evacuate its
heavy military equipment from the
Canal zone, its aircraft and its ra-
dar installations.
The paper asserted that Israel is
especially insistent on removal of
the Fayid radar installations which
control aircraft movements on the
Haifa route.
In Cairo. Major Salah Salem.
Egyptian Minister of National
Guidance, published a pamphlet
this week to "explain" the terms of
the British-Egyptian Suez Canal
zone agreement initialled last
listic traditions, but is also harm-
ful to the interests of the American
Jewish community and the related
month. According to this source,
the agreement does not permit
British reactivation of the Suez
l>a-c- if a "non-Middle East power"
should attack Israel, or "if Israel
attacks any of the Arab League
states."
According to Major Salem, the
stipulation against British reactiva-
tion of the bases "in the event of
an attack from Israel" is part of
the agreement, but the New York
Times, in quoting Major Salem, not-
ed that the statement does not ap-
pear in the published text of the
agreement.
Meanwhile. Lieut. Col Gams! Ab-
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Ike', Advisor Attacks JTA Sew* Service
Tli,' threat -
;1 low Mo* ;"lli(,(l
Is hardly veiled that unless JM
makes its dispatches consistent!)
conform to a pro-Adminlstra ion
,, oi view, rather than letting
news developments speak for them
selves, step- iH be taken to fix,
the 'responsibility' on anj 01
which give JTA I nancial
This would be "guilt by
zations
assistance.
Continued from Page 1
purposes which you claim to serve.
The fact that the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency enjoys the finan-
cial support of a number of Jew-
ish national organizations and
fund-raising institutions, including
many local welfare funds, I believe.
place- an additional responsibility
on this agency, lest its behavior be association' apparentlj
laid at the door of these organisa-
tions," be asserted.
Assault on Freedom
Mr Rocker, in his reply, told
Mr Kaizen that "the management
ol the Jewish Telegraphic Agencj
has full confidence in the integrit)
,,iul sincerity of its staff" and in its
loyalty to JTA policy and "the prin-
ciples ol a free and honorable jour-
nalism." He declared thai we
must flatly reject your sweeping
and completely unsubstantiated de-
nunciation."
He added however, that if "you
will submit specific complaints and I h(, 'w,.r,, |n ., position to 'I" so, we
"The pre-- does not stan I re i!%
to yield ii- freedom, its right to
unrestricted expres
as ii- historj mak< i
clear; and Mr Katzen has been
singularlj ill-advised even I
the gesture The di| i
.ri \ president, Louis P
constitutes an effective rejoinder
to which we Fulls -
The American Hebrew
York, m an editorial entitled "An
ill Advised Move." said thai "al
though Mr Katzen offered no bill
of particulars in his letter, even il
repb '!
the supporting evidence, you may
be assured that our board of direct- j
ors will give them proper atten-
tion." Mr. Rocker also communi j
cated the text of the statement he
had issued previously to newspap- !
era asking for comment on the Kat-
zen charges. In that statement, he
declared:
"Mr. Katzen's attack on the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency is a shock
ing a.-sault on freedom of the press
As such, it will be resisted to the
limit by JTA with. I am confident,
the full support of the American
Jewish press and community.
"Mr Katzen's implied threat that
national and local Jewish organiza-
tions will be held responsible for
the activities of JTA is unprece-
dented in American political af-
fairs. II will not deter JTA from
doing its job to the best of ils
ability."
Censures Official
The attack made upon the Jew
i-h Telegraphic Agency was severe
|y condemned by the English Jew-
i-h press. Newspaper editorials
voiced support of the JTA, and
approved the statement by Mr
Rocki r
The Detroit Jewish News, in an
editorial entitled "Erring Politi-
cian," said that Mr. Katzen had
"committed worse than a blunder
when he resorted to high pressure
in seeking publicity' from the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency That was
ihe height of arrogance."
The editorial added that "we
heartily support Mr Rockers posi
lion and we commend him lor it
JTA owes an obligation to the com-
munities n serves to present the
[gets whether in the new- stor-
ies or the > xposes ol our able
Washington correspondent, Milton
Friedman. An attempt to Interfere
with 11A commendable position
is sheer arrogance."
Threats Condemned
are impelled to -,i> that he was ex
tremely Ill-advised In holding out
the threat "that Jewish organiza
tions supporting JTA would be
held responsible for its actions.
"We WOUld be the fir-t to uphold
Mr Katun's right lo criticize an)
news agencj or newspaper," the
editorial declared "Freedom of
criticism i- inherent in freedom
of the pre-- But threat- ol puni
live action against the objects of
one- criticism are certain I) not
the road to preservation ol > free
pre-- an ideal which li.i- beta Up-
held eloquent!) b) President Eisen
bower and which we are -ure Mr
Katzen share- with all ol us
The Los Angeles Jewish Voice, in
:i front-page column signed by it-
publisher. Samuel li Gach said
ihaj Mr Katzen "wound up his
complaint with a veiled threat
against the news agencj and an
amateurish attempt to assault of
freedom Press Reports
The column added "II is most
important to remind our little Jew-
ish dictator, attempting to earn his
Republican oat- at the expense Ol

Mrs Monte Sellg (lefti listens attentively as Lt. Col Dinah
Worth of the Israel Women's Corps and CO- of Camp
"Deboiah." describes the girls' training. Mrs. Sehg ia chair-
man of the Women's Division, State of Israel Bonds, in Greater
Miami.
Mayors to be
Presented Bibles
JKHi SALEM Two Jerusalem
Bibles will be presented bj Mr-
Monte s,ii- to Mayor Ibe Irono-
vita and Mayor Harold Shapiro, "f
Miami and Miami Beach, on her
return from a two-week fact-find-
ing tour ol l-rael
Mrs Selfe ol 725 We t Hi Lido
dr. i- chairman ol tie Women's
Division oi State ol Israel Bonds
in Greater Miami She w.,-
the Bibles for presentation l>>
Mayor Itzhak Karh ol Jerusalem
Along with representatives from
other communities aero-, the Unit-
ed States, Mrs Selig presented
Crime Minister Mo.he Sharetl with
sponsors of the Israel Bond cam-
paign in the t nited State-
National sponsors are women
who have purchased a minimum of
$1,000 in the St.,t, of Israel Bonds'
Development laaua
Prime Minister Sharett lauded
thi role "t Israel Bonds in develop-
ing this democracy and urged Mrs.
nd other delegates to con-
tinue th. ii efforts to ensure de-
M > in the Middle East
During their visit, the women
presented Mr- Sharett with a spon-
pin making her an honorary
iiiciiiIm i
The delegation is winding up its
two-week stud) of kmh develop-
ment program of which bond funds
Training Inst
Slated Next WJ
Annual Training L_
entire teaching *?%
nursery school, ,,( ,h "^
Jewish community,
be held next Monday'
at the Center's T.rwnBn
announceil b> Mri MjL,
man. school .upcrvis.,, *
teachers will attend
workshop- ,,.,, hjvi
ranged by Mr- Grot
At th- opening sessw
ton Sirk.n. GMJCC pn*
j disCUSS the role ( ,hf .
J munity center Mr- Mm
bounty Nursery School,
will describe how the,
a wtribution tonaj
ment of the ichoal fipw,
The major unit- 0f
orojecls for the entire i
will be the subject of 11
cussion to lx led by )]
man. Subject matter to aw
in this stasion include i
enres and concepts coo,
health safety social bHt
nature study weather.
other land- Sabbath
and Jewish and America!
Staff will also',
workshops involving
songs, rhythmics, danctt |
arts and craft-, play, i
matirs and group project^
Mrs. George Simon, hi
of the Flagler (Iranadi!
talk on the purposes a
of parent-teacher confe
Kverett A Brower will i
workshop on Jewish
The three nursery tea
Greater Miami Jewtt |
("enter are liK-ated at
Branch. 480 svv 16th i
Branch. 153i Ba] rd aril
Cranada Center 50NWJ
a leather bound honor scroll urn ;,r'' "*>> source of revenue. Be-
taming the name- of all national
American traditionalism, that the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, or th. ve|,ed lhrea(
Jewish journals which cam its re
lease-, do not make the new- JTA '
merely report- it If Katzen or the
Republican National Committee or
the Administration i- unhappy
with the reaction to the policies
they have authored, solution lies
with (hem."
The Jewish Floridian ol Miami.
in a column by Leo Mindlin ;
ed out that Mr Katzen stressed
the Jew i-h Community's need to
identifj itsell more cl< Ij with
the government's effort to contain
international communism as well
as with the need to consider this
nation- safety primarily.
Jewish na-
in the letter
to Dr Wise becomes reinfot
I'r i Ii S wi-e i- chairman of
the JTA hoard, to whom Ml
ten originally addressed hi- i
menu
ides meeting cabinet ministers.
recent!) conferred with Mayor
Abba lloii-hi. of Haifa, who ex-
plained to them the expansion of
his rising industrial city.

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\ett Repeats
lotion to U S
fug of Arabs
ued from Ptjf 1
various Am!) staff*. Mr.
llieves.
I, convinced," ho stated,
I, arms will not be am d
bn envisaged by the send-
L, thai conviction lh.it the Arabs did in two
We are convinced that
would u.se thOM arms
Bel"
Leti revealed that Israel
V\n'A her talks alto with
th Government with re-
, Suei developments, in-
, > affect Israel. Asked
Irael would return to the
Banian Mixed Armistice
m, whoch she has boy-
several months, he re-
thu depends on "pre-
fiditiuns."
kmier warned the Arab
fat their continued eco-
fassment of Israel endan-
opportunity to receive
lion from the Jewish
abandoned Arab lands.
jht lose,that opportunity
in sal ion which Israel has
he said. "They should
jlhat it will be possible al-
imand payment on such
when they, themselves
Huh great losses, day to
Blockade, economic boy-
iiiiilrnnining our position
krnational economy."
|i-i 'i emphasized that "it
clear" that the aban-
> "were not acquired in
market, but through ag-
ar .nut invasion on the
^ Arabs, who caused us
losses, materially and
All that will have to be
account," he said.
ADL Calendars
Available Here
Once again this year, the lodges
and chapter! of B'nai B'rith. in co-
operation with the Anti-Defama-
tion League, .ire distributing cal-
endars to all teachers of Dado
County.
This year Inaugurates a new
type oi calendar, which lervea m
a memo with eaen day listed, ac-
cording to an announcement here.
The calendari li-t all holidays, holy
days and legal holidays which aid
teachers in scheduling school work.
Included in the calendar are hs'
ed materials which can be used in
the building of good human rela-
tion-. Alii, officials said in Miami
tin- week.
Calendar distribution, which h
been lodge and chapter project
for the past three year-, i- carried
on by volunteer workers oi the
Anti Defamation League commit-
tee.
Mrs. Flora Supworth is current
chairman of the project


Members of the Anti-Defamation League of Bfnai B'rith pre-
sent calendars to the teachers of Dade County, Seated are
Mrs. Flora Supworth, chairman of-the project bs* 1954; W. R.
Thomas, superintendent of schools; and. MrB.nMally Glazer.
chairman of the ADL Council of Greater Miami. Standing are
Miss Priscilla Rosenfeld, educational assistant of the Anti-
Defamation League; and Sanford Swerdlin, Stpk^ ADL chair-
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berson was this week
idenl of the Young Peo-
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Center,
lected are Jerry Berke,
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kjold, corresponding sec-
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Bt the home of Mr. and
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Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center will hold a 10-day whirl of
activities from August 22 through
31 to close its summer season.
On Sunday. 8:45 p.m., at the He-
Arthur Causeway, Miami Beach
| side, there will be a glass bottom
boat to take members on a two
and one-half hour moonlight
cruise.
On Wednesday, August 25, 8:15
p.m., at the Center, a social night
with cards, mah-jongg and refresh-
ments is scheduled. Mrs. Lou
Kroll is chairman.
On Tuesday, August 31, 8.15
p.m., at the Center, the Sisterhood
will hold a memberbring-a-mem-
ber party. Mrs. Milton Chait is
chairman.
The first fall meeting of the
sea>on for the Sisterhood will be
held at the Center on Wednesday,
September 8, at 8:15.
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Hold Convention Here
Zeta Beta Tau, oldest national
college fraternity of Jewish men,
is holding its 56th anniversary na-
tional convention August 26-29 in
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
About 350 members are in at-
tendance, representing the fra-
ternity's 47 chapters in the United
States and Canada, according to
Supreme President L. Reyner Sa-
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On Fifth Amendment and Civil
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In thr
,,r (Ii.- Ann
Sharett's Warning to U.S. Speaks
For Little Nations of tlir World
Size and seeming invincibility ol a nation
are no sign ol its inner power. Premisr Moshe
Sharett illustrated the truth ol this cxiom last
week when he told our government's leaders
that Israel will continue to oppose United States
policy of arming the Arab nations.
Recent history nus seen a number of foreign
diplomats and spokesmen for countries over-
seas stand in silent deference as Washington
called the moves. Not a small group of them,
with better alternatives to our strategy in the
cold war against Communism, remained si
because they represented small or "backward''
lands currently depending upon American as-
sistance in one fashion or another.
This is the second time since he has ussu:-
:he poft ol Prime Minister, however, that Mr.
Sharett has seen fit openly to challeng
can foreign policy and to express Israel's nega-
tive sentiments in the matter of
strengthening its outspoken enemies. We do
not see this as impudence but as a healthy
respect for partners engaged in a common
ideal.
Mr. Sharett has simply warned the U.S. the"
sending arms to the Arabs will contribute to the
deterioration of peace and stability in the Mid-
dle East, and he does not expect our govern-
ment, in turn, to take his warning as a sign of
belligerence or discord.
We should be sorely disappointed if we felt
that the Administration is currently interpreting
his observation in any other fashion. In es-
sence, Washington is again reminded that
Israel also stands solidly among the ranks of
anti-Communist nations and that its interests
must not be overlooked in the game now being
played to guarantee Arab presence in those
ranks. In essence, Washington is being urged
to consider that Arab threats about possible
defections to the Communist camp if the
League's wishes are not respected represent,
in themselves, doubtful characteristics for a
"democratic" ally.
In essence, Mr. Sharett here refers to inter-
national blackmail to the fact that Israel
will not quiescently see itself sacrificed as the
Valuable HcconK
Archives saved from Nazi destruction by the
Amsterdam Jewish community throw new light
on the Jewish struggle for civil rights in the Old
and New World during the seventeenth cen-
tury, accordinq to Dr. I. S. Emmanuel, who has
been engaged in research in Holland.
Both documents, in the form of petitions re-
mind Dutch authorities of rights already grant-
ed officially to the Jews in the New World,
rights long recognized and established in Am-
sterdam, but denied by Peter Stuyvesant, cur-
mudgeon Governor General of New I
lands, to the small band of Jewis::
the Dutch colony.
Dated 165S and 1657, the documents will be
a valuable addition to the information Tercen-
tenary officials are currently amassing for the
celebration in 1954 of three hundred years cf
Jewish settlement in the United States.
AH of which aqain reminds us of the historic
purposes of the Tercentenary festival. It seems
to us that recognition of the Jewish contribution
to our nation s qrowth politically, economically
and culturally is certainly valuable. But equal-
ly important is the documentation of a people
and its experience in a new area of the world
I here certainly are institutions in America
whose chief concern has been to trace the
course of Jewish participation in America's de-
velopment. But the Tercentenary is the first
organized effort in this regard on a large scale
Its meaning to future generations is unques-
price the West must :
in a Near East deiei
We believe the ;
service for all small com
addition to
feelings. He ,oe*
not mean or: 0,ce
is often spoken by a w
Mow to IM> HVvctfh'H
this week on 1

con
Mi
long I
Accord.ng to the B'n
Sec retary of !
pesioncl ci. I
ference turned out to be moi
than his brief resurr.' Mr. Dulles has
indeed been a busy pe:sonalirj his as-
sumption of office in 1951 it ... safe to say
that his concern for American foreign polk'.
the Near East has taken up a major portion of
his time.
The "new look" which he recently fash.
without a doubt emphasizes the amount of
"personal and intimati he has given
to the problem. Its .apose has been
to give the Administration "hope" in the matter
of winning Arc: hip against possible
Communist infiltratio:. :. -to
assume that Israel's support could be cou:
upon no matter what pri
might have to pay.
Mr. Klutznick's pub!: Jn[er.
ence with the Secretary of State ;0le
ambiguous at this time, : l0 indicate
the extent to which Mr. Dullei has had a
change of heart, if at all, so far as Israel is
concerned. Mr. Dulles' observations
actuality, have carried no other import than to
emphasize that our govei lus,
continue as before. Until! iguity ia
.lied we can do nothing more than' remain
skeptical. But the fa I
his way around Washington well Ii,
slender hope that not all aspects of his confer-
ence with the Secretary of!
revealed.

By SIMON H. RIFKIND
, curious repetition of his-
lh when thr Bill of Rights
w,ii from the national
ni nt unit mini.' applicable
I,, the rtatc b) the Fourteenth
Iment, it was accomplished
I .uift devastating war
tbii nation weak and
cxhau li d
Tn ni'. therefore, the sound is
thai ol counterft it when I hear
the derision to
which the Filth Amendment has
ubjected, by claiming that
th netion is toda) m danger.
t i- in danger But it also
i- the most powerful nation on the
: the earth, master of I
ni and i'i it-, two adjacent
inhabited bj .< people lot-
with patriotism which has
trail 'l twice within a
lion tn the greatest sacrl
u hetl i or not we are today
peril than we were in
in 1868, i believe th-.t oar
their pn sent dan
n i ously than they
:< 1 h.' titfI
in- III the l.icl
me
to t.iki-
and we fail to re
iniil the
< iton i upon us
havi not had t" fight
tii liberties, we have
them less It may be
, that these liberties t"
1 llei ed because
ion i i defending
shall we rcdl cover their
n : the reverence m
must be held
if 1 were facetious, I
cent IV. orator
. t h..\. Ii.-i a MB
the Founding Path
fth) did the) write I tie
Fifth Amendnv I
l .ii and wide currenc) has been
what I retard as the mis
do< rtin.-, the unconstlUl
' historical!) false doc
plea ut the Fifth
Iment i- in admission of
' ol subversion, a badge
lit)
ih.t when 1 hear the
i ifth Amendnu nl l ..nimu-
i experience a sense
ilsion In that phrase I de-
teci ii deni il ol seven centuries ol
"h m our law. a
repudiation ol that high regard for
hgnit) which u the proud
hallmark ol our law That phrase
mocker) ol a practice of
iwt m our land a practice
which I- so well accepted th.it we
for granted Has snj ol reti
prosecutor call a de-
lendant to thr witness stand7 Of
you are shocked. I
' the suggestion A defend
N i do we speak of
h Ami ndment burglars."
Amendment traffic viola-
Fitth Amendment anti
trusi law violator! Nor, for that
I .peak .if -Fifth
Vmendmenl Senators."
' recall that when
"'- ol .i Senator recently
' investigation, he
' o insure that be would
I" to confront and
rusen He de-
' m. n. nt the
available to him,
inMUed -tut no be allowed
lance of wit
n hu .iwii behalf
th.Thhn.'I "V* ,n<"
'' ""> h.stoo ul the Fifth
but this much is
' ""' PnvUoM to remain lil
'"',*" i ed by our ancestors
'' nght o| a free
ipel
i. .... ;" : a "'-" '" caue
larded M en,.!!,
"' tolerance of dvilised
," Pl> not true a
hat onlr the guilt]
I" Plead the Fiftl
imuu turn sm m n
ilised
as
mil
rhe innocent too
n-vi frequent occasion to seek its
-non.
I" m> v* w the people have not
"t'ciently shocked by the
"' '" " ""'' the courtroom and the
";"' halits that have been cultt-1
v> in our congresskmal com-1
uti
'"'"fffcwl
" hWv.li ..Ino,,;
t*ions......, |
any state,,,, ,, "
be u""1 him >
without h,. help '&
earlier .... n ,.n uhneL.:
room lor l. malevS
editor wh w,n hau,
even to think of ,,*!
fendant (., ., witw^,j
In our i resiiona],
however. .,, ntirenr,
cedure prev. .!- j^'
sobpoenaed to the w-a
If he i- : |,0
he speaks he
Porjur>. i| he invokai
Amendnu,i, i;,. iatcsdiia
plea consi a
guilt. Onl\ .
acoioophrei i,
tn h two i riietiaa]
Nuw I |i
seal wt, i'i>Mro|
diacrepanc\ t>. tween os/i
habits ot di 11 n,\ mA >
to which I ... r> "
"These n .^.;
objectivi ,,u W
the meth i.l-
Thi-. in
the deadlu -,
can becoi ('.^
that both i.
i vagi
whom th.
their -i cunt}
the civilii
'Cielji ^.'fl
idgaag t
tii resj
rd ii
v. t\u da
t) fraej
age is i thud i
to attain il i n In
guilt, u\
have rei nt\t%.\
mine thi iatdi
The) tr) v-er tail
ol di a
often us. rt ire to al|
'"truth Om i vou (all i
notion that n cthods arti
taat. then logical!)
done lynching }.hi >li
aa in torture 11
age every lorni
For all of these are
signed in attaia good
When the autl
wrote that no man
ed except l> due prt they were peakiaj
method
Due pn r\i>lvcsf|
penence. and it> prxtatl
been sanctilinl by \a af|
tion It rmbrai es man)
among them ..re certamijl
lllle-
(ll A policeman i* nrtij
and by policeman 1 meal
the otficer un the beat, t
FBI agent- rongresaoalj
gators, indec I the whok-i
tor aaspectint irnet:pl
apprehend i .. ['erson-
anti-social conduct
(2i Congn ssional corns
not judge- and when tlajl
to act like judges the) a^
ers.
(3> Beputation i-
thing, to be tuaraat nai
derea. Ih.it i- wh) e uej
tern wherein thn-c
enme have the charge1
them examined in sstnj
juries.
<4i IVtit luries mutt [JJ
partial a group f **
found
(5i Th. <")
ent without ci>mpul>ii*
comment, and without i
(8) The -i i 'd h"'''1*'
confront the ">'
case hin '" c
them
,7i He the right
who i thi
.. -llenc.il
(8) The
quiet an I
violence without and-i
within
,9, |, -|, ,1.1 be flj"
an oath 11 *"?
judge who -*""1' ,
SaTrtfliti theoW*J
against the \ereign
(loi If Ihi "**?,!!j
the puni-shm. nt ;" "
limits prescribed "J
1 think a *"ukl.
me that few ''"K'fTggl
tees seek t-' ""sere wm
these ruli k,nIk*l
Wh> h-w we aln*J
sacred bulwarks ol^
believe that '""'
withdrawal ol tnear
csuse we are atraw
(Mr. K^H^i^^*^ ^*st0^*
ttm"* "*
.hrliriej


AUGUST 27. 1954
*Jml$t flowtdian
PAGE 5
mer Nazi Hatchetman
Reported Seen in Egypt
h ITAI Yi-anz Rndema
h- iii diplomat of the Hit
[< disappeared two years
he had been convicted
petitioner of Serbian Jew-
ricd in Orman prc-s- dto-
II. week to have been
faiio and other Arab cap-
cher, now 47, headed the
Iction of the German For-
from 1940 to 1943. He
e 1!)40 plan to evacuate
nn Europe to Madagas-
941. he came to Belgrade
to order vthe execution
.auderdale
Community
Rabbi Says
JMarius Ranson. of Fort
Be. will officiate at Fri-
ting services of Temple
>limi. according to an an
pnt this week by Rabbi
bm-h. Beth Sholom spir-
ji-i'
d Rabbi Ranson's ser-
[People Are So Wondcr-
Ibbi is in his seventh year I
lual leader of Temple
;.i Fort Lauderdale. He1
actively engaged there
I'll programs. The Jew- ;
kunity of Fort I.auderdale '
Imposed of some 200 fam-
Isaid
Rabbi Ranson explained. j
[it- an increase from 65
six years ago. -when re-
venants were rampant."
of thousands of j,.\v. Tbtti
he prepared the Jewish deporta-
tions from KHxium. He h ,<. alao
been charged with similar crimes
m Croatia, Bulgaria, Holland and
France.
In early 1952 he faced a Nurn
berg court during a six-week trial
remarkable for the frarilic effort,
of the present Bonn Forejfln Office
to help and protect him. The prose
cutor had asked that he be given
life for responsibility in (he killing
of 4.900 Serbian Jews and for 'in
citement to murder in thousands of
cases," but the court was content
to impose a brief prison term, rul-
ing that there had been "no base
motives" behind his actions. Then
the court released Rademacher.
"pending appeal."
Last year the German Supreme
Court criticized the verdict as un
tenably mild and referred the case
back to a different court for re
trial. By that time, however. Rade
macher had already fled abroad.
Swim-Dance Due
Coral Gables Post No. 243. Jew-
ish War Veterans, will hold a mem-
bership swim-dance on Saturday*
Aueust 28. 8:30 p.m., at 1335 SW
67th ave.
Rabbi Caplan New
Spiritual Leader at
Kneseth Israel
Saul Merinjjoff, president of
ii Israel Congregation, this
weefc announced the appointment
of Rabbi Jon;.h EC. Caplan, of Mon-
treal. Canada, graduate of Yeshtva
University, Class of 1931, a., spir-
tual leader.
Rabb| (apian is past president of
'he Looi Island Region of the Rab-
binical Council of America and for
many years was president of the
Long Island Division of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress.
He is also past president of the
Long Island Zionist Youth Com-
mission and for many years served
in an advisory capacity as vice
president of the New York Board
of Rabbis, which consisted of over
500 Rabbis.
Rabbi Caplan for many years
lectured on Zionism, brotherhood
and Orthodox Judaism on the
modern scene throughout the Unit-
ed States and Canada.
Rabbi Caplanis married, has two
daughters and a sdn. He has re-
signed his position as Rabbi of
Congregation Rodfei Sholom in
San Antonio. Texas, to accept the
Kneseth Israel pulpit.
Joint Moonlight Cruise
Slated by North Dade
PTA, Sisterhood and Men's Club
of the North Dade Jewish Center
are sponsoring a moonlight cruise
on Sunday. August 29, at 9 p.m.
Chartered is the Seven Seas
Dreamboat which will sail from
Pier 10, City Yacht Basin.
Chairman of the affair is Harold
Shopmaker, heading a committee
composed of Mrs. F. Blank and
Mrs. M. Rudolf, of the Sisterhood,
A. Schwartz and I. Cohen, of the
Men's Club, and Mrs. I. Cohen and
Mrs. N. Shopmaker of the PTA.
pee Lodge Meets
Lodge No. 182. Knights |
meets regularly on
|evenings at the American
II. 65th st. and Biacaync
>rding to an announce
tTf by George Alboum.
frr commander. Al Roth is
kretary.
Registration on
Harold Strumpf. chairman of the
School Board of Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center, this
week announced that registration
for the Hebrew and Sunday schools
will be held on August 29. Septem-
ber 5 and September 12 between
10 and 12 noon.
Abe Tuvim, director of the
Foundation of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, will serve as spe-
cial advisor to the commit-
tee seminar dealing with
JNF activities slated for Sun-
day, September 5, during the
convention of the South-
eastern Region of the Zionist
Organization of America in
Jacksonville. The convention
opens Friday, September 3.
Hebrew School to Meet
Miami Hebrew School and con-
gregation will have a board of
directors meeting on Tuesday, Aug-
ust 31. at 8 p.m., it has been an
nounced by H. M. Drewich, presi-
dent.
Roosevelt Temple Meets
After a brief summer recess,
Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pythian
j Sisters, will meet at 8 p.m.. Wed-
nesday, September 1, in their reg-
ular meeting hall. 500 SW 17th
ave.
Worship
of Zamora Jewish Ccn-
Iweek announced that ar-
nt- are being made to seat
k) worshippers for High
service* at the Center.
uunced was school regis-
ing on daily from
I
is Speaker
dy, superintendent of
H l ty of Miami Beach.
fuesl speaker at the next
in moating of B'nai
"t Miami Beach on
Anuust 31. 12 noon, at
Ilutel. according to
S Miller, president.
n Party Sunday
hapter, Mi radii Worn-
|h..ld a theater party at the
I layhouse on Sunday eve-
28.
k' i- The Little Hut."
rry Britton and Rex
ds nf (he affair are for
and Henry chill Memorial
ling to Mrs Louis Ma-
chairman.
Oxford School Director
Returns for Registration
Registration for Oxford School.
1204 West ave.. Miami Beach, op-
ens September 1, and classes begin
on September 20\ according to an
announcement this week by Rabbi
Abraham Cassel, school director.
Rabbi Cassel cut his summer va-
cation short and has returned here
in order to consult with parents
who are currently enrolling their
children as pupils.
Also announced was that Rabbi
Canal is now ready to accept a
limited number of clients for treat-
ment in his psychological offices
at the Roosevelt Bldg., Chase ave
and 41st st.
Silverware Promotion
Announced by Joseph
Jacobs Organization
NEW YORKTaking advantage
of the abnormally high Jewish pur-
chases of both silverware and foods
during the High Holiday season.
Birds Eye is tying in its Rogers
Silverware offer with a special
Jewish promotion and covers a
30-day period of merchandising ac-
tivity, according to an announce-
ment here this week.
Starting trade-wise the middle
of September, the promotion
' points to the Jewish New Year, to
the Feast of Succoth and to Sim-
chath Torah.
Trade coverage, according to the i
announcement, is being spear-.
i headed with English-language re-1
; prints of giant size copy prepared
m -Jewish by the Joseph Jacobs !
. Organization for the Jewish news-
' paper.
The reprints are also available |
for point-of-sale posters. Behind
the Jewish press advertising, the
Joseph Jacobs Organization has
alao launched a heavy publicity
program, designed to reach Jewish
I consumers and merchants, alike.
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PAGE 6
l^itffkrtlQiL
JZ^-AUGOST,
Hadassah Meets in Convention
Continued from Pan" 1
the best hope oi solving the Middle
i dilemma.
The Arab Gauntries, the Senator
ired, "wiint no (ormal i
i,i n [use i" even sit down in
. mil rence t<> discuss peace terms
while seeking "a continuance nt program <>i boj i otl 11
..ml military harassment,
. .,! other tactics which they think
v ill help force Israel out of the
Middle East." Israel, however, the
; -aid "is out t<> force, il
can, a showdown conference
and lor ii- "civic, n
;
Shan '
v. .
:
|
man ol Hadassah
sided a) th
asserted thai
menfs "continui "' '
i,, ui arrogant refusal* i
, Arab states to enter in
with lion, leading towards !>< so ml set-
.
ue I
h
sah i
the oi
' 11. a h
[he'Arab states for a final pea tlements" of their diff. ^
free dee| identification deve
out for itself."
Oxford Headmaster
Named on Beach
Director Rabbi Abraham Cassel
announced this week the appoint-
ment oi Nat Pollack, 36. to the
position of headmaster oi the new
Oxford School, 1204 West ave .
Miami Beach
Pollack will supervise children
i th the daj ami resident de-
I irtments after leaving his present
isil in with the .Miami office of
the Internal Revenue Bureau in
I me for registration on Septem-
! 1
former Air Force major is
of tl Robert
I ichter Posl Am\ i ts and holds a
bershii in tl I group
I urii thi \*.a. he sened in Mi
Beach as an instructor after
I rst graduating from Officer's
andidate School.
In 1952. he served "with the
Miami-based 435th Troop Carrier
Wing in Tripoli. At present, he
i- on active reserve duty with lhat
group.
Ill- educational background in-
cludes extensive teaching while in
the Air Force and seven years ol
teaching in elementary and high ;
school subjects. He holds graduate
teaching certificates in Florida and
New York.
With his wife and three chil-
dren, Pollack lives in Miami at
3384 NW 6th St.
Holder of two degrees, he re-
ceived his BBA at St. John's Unl
versity in preparation for teach
ing in -econdary schools and the
MS degree lrom Columbia Univer-
sity, majoring in business educa
lion. -t#
While overseas, he taught sub-
|< cts to sen icemen tor the Uni-
versity ol Maryland and visited
Israel and Germany. He has been
very active in all Miami veterans will be in attendance to greet mem
at fairs in recent years. bers
Not Pollack
Cantor Samuel Kelemer (left), of Temple Beth Sholom has
oeen elected a vice president of the American r^nji, <
Certified Cantors a. the first annual con^S^oSit^
Jion recently held to New York Ctly. CanTja obST
of Temple Israel, was elected president of the AlmT(,L
School of Sacred Music of the Hebrew UiorColZpI *!
Institute of Religion. n Colle9 m their homes and that the)
establish as a personal goal the
abilitj to read the Biblt In the
original Hebrew she also pro-
posed that Hadassah take the mi
tiative in organizing a Herd Pil-
grima i [ Amei u in J< to Israel
in ,-,,: t .th current ol
atiee arj ol the
death ol rheodoi Hi n Shi
n the di i consider
the possibiht> ol holding Hadas-
sah s annual i
tln>
/
a-
y*w .1 ll u "iff
AS ij \
ifesfii
Appointment of
Gittelson Revealed
.,, for the religious
, North shore Jewish
r wm begin Sunday, Rabbi
x i ,.i. mnounced on
e than 425 stud.
ted to attend", an m-
. .. U ..i.d 1..0
pupi *
liniment ol IbrahMti .1 "la-
in t principal in ihe
I [he KbOOl, WSJ revealed
this week b) Eira PinegoW, prast-
: the congregation GitteJaoa
...Mimed ins duties last Sunday,
Gittelson, ; graduate of CGNY,
, d hi- Master ol Education
1 from Hunter College. The
I director of education for
Hi, Zionist Youth Movement in
N, York also holds a Master of
Religious Education degree from
the Jewish Theological Seminary
el America.
lit has taught in Hebrew schools
lor five years and is an accredited
instructor in Hebrew, Knglish.
Spanish and French in the New
York public school system
Rabbi Abramowitz will remain
,,s supervisor of the entire educa-
tional program at the rapidly-ex-
panding Center. Finegold said Five
Sunda) school classes, eight daily
iHebrew school classes and special
clssses for Bar Mitzvah and confir-
^OnHpo ^Set^V Iftfl
rtahbt Io*oh E. Rarkovmary
945 Michigan Avnu
Miami Buach
Phnn* 1S
>J**
Abrako
J. (*,

Rabbi Malavsky to Speak
Israelite Center spiritual leader
Rabbi Morton Malavsk) will be
guest speaker on th.- radio pro
gram of the Creator Miami llab
birtic.d Association Sunda) morn-
ing, 9:15 am., over station WGBS
Pre-Holiday Social
Members of the West Miami Ji m
ish Center will be given the oppor
tunit> to reservi then seats lor the
High Holidays, regi ler children
for Hebrew school, Sundae school
and Kindergarten at a special!) ar-
ranged dance and social on Sundaj
evening, August 29 at B 30 |
Rabbi Allied Waxman, Presi-
dent, Mom- Marlin, and officers
Why Wait Six Months
For Savings Interest?
THE MERCANTILE
NATIONAL BANK
Will Pay Interest To
Savings Depositors
OCTOBER 1, 1954
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AUGUST 27, 1954
\man in Business Sees
First Novel Published
------ ***> Her Mian
PAGE 7
|i, ,,| estate t<> literature If
j>. hut Mist Roae Chapman
[aged deftly to make it.
. the 334 Washington avr.
and one of its residents,
Lpman'i lateal novel, "I
I,, Die." has just been pub-
Comel Press Books,
ivcliat was born in what is
linnrad. Russia, and by the
am ten, she had written
fjtliss Rose Chapman
I lefl when I was 20 and
the United Stale- at the
oj World War I." she ex-
hiami Beachite, who vows
i look a formal English
liscussed her many years
liness woman in New York
ore uriving here to live.
id everythingall the clas-
e said, "and continue read-
ily even now."
orj behind "I Wanted to
Tie of accident, and Miss
relates it gingerly
unjj collegj fellow
the building. He was maj-
oring in journalism at the Imiv.t-
sily of Miami and asked me to help
him with something he wai writ-
ing."
Apparently, the composition
turned out to be more Miss Chap-
man's than her young charge's.
"The best thing about it all." she
explained, "was that it received
excellent comment from the teach-
er This started me to think that 1
might be able to write profession-
ally."
What gave Miss Chapman addi
tional courage was a visit here four
years ago with her sister who came
to spend six months in Miami
Beach. "I had just finished a long
piece called Root of Evil.' When
my sister, who is an Israeli, return-'
ed home, she took the story with
her."
Before she knew it. Mis- Chap-
njan explained, an Israeli editor
translated "Root of Evil" from
English into Hebrew, published the
entire piece and sent her a check
for it. "I Wanted to Die" became
her next project
Right now. the authoress i- work
ini: on .i new story, 'Listen to
Your Heart." Busy with her liter-
ary labors, -he still finds time for
activities in the I. R Goodman
Group of Hadassah, civil defense,
the Recreation Club and, of
course, the Landlord-' Association
Newly elected'officers of Masoda Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District (left to right) are
Lila Gross, recording secretary; Gil Rappaport, Florida director of the Zionist Organization of
America arid installing officer; Gloria Waldm an, first vice president; Jerome Miller, presiden ,
Sybil Kaplan, corresponding secretary; Howe rd Stein, financial secretary; and Lillian Buri.s.
^treasurer. Not shown is Bernice Docks, second vice president.
Stock Car Racing
Begins at Speedway
Hialeah Speedway began its
night schedule of stock car racing
on Saturday evening with two 25-
lap features highlighting the 10-i
event card. The first race got
underway at 8:15 p.m.
Located at 3300 Okeechobee rd .
U.S. 27, the new oval will feature
automotive competition every Sat-
urday night thereafter, with anoth-
er night of racing to be added with-
in the next ftw weeks, track man-
ager L. N. Dodd announced
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PAGE 8
Ruth Glein Weds Air Force Lieutenant:
Bride is Given in Marriage by Father
Miss Ruth Cleln became Mrs S
Jack Lubin in an 8 p.m. ceremony
.,i Miami Hebrew School and Con
gregation on Tuesday evening,
August 10.
Rabbi Simon April officiated at
the double ring rites. The bride j
was married in the same ring thai
her mother and grandmother wore
at their weddings.
The former Miss (loin is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Hil-
Hard Clein. 121 NW 43rd pi Mi
ami. Mr. Lubin's parent- are the
Irving Lubins, 2:i s\v 10th ave
The bride was attired in a waltz-
length white nylon nel gown trim-
med with chantilly lace Her veil
was waist-length and o( matching
nylon net, extending from a lace
headpiece. She carried a bouquet
of white carnation- and stephan-
otis, with white orchid- In the
center.
For something borrowed, the
bride wore her grandmother's
pearls. She was given away by her
lather.
Maid of honor was Mi- Pauline
Clein, the bride'- sister. Mr- Jack
Shind, sister of the groom, was
matron of honor Mi Sandra Fro-
gel, friend of the bride and Miss
Helene clein. her cousin, were
bridesmaids
Junior bridesmaids i n c! u d e d
Miss Diane clein, the bride's sister,
and Miss Eileen Shind, niec< oi
the groom.
Newlywed Mrs Lubin i- a grad
nate of Miami Senior High Sen i il
she was a member ol National
nsic League and president of
the Council for Young Judaea She
also attended the L'niversitj ol
Florida and was vice president ol
Hillel.
Mr Lubin, ,c second lieutenant
in the Air I on e and stationed at
Hou ton, Tex attendi 'l Mi imi
in High School and gradual
Mrs. S. Jock lubin
ed from tin- L'niversitj ol Florida,
where he was a membi i ol Alpha
Epsilon Pi
Making up the procession were
Mr and Mr- Lubin. who brought
in their son; Mr Joseph Schein
here, who brought in Mrs Clein,
the bride's mother and In- sister;
Mr. and Mrs Mendl Si hi
and Mr and Mrs William Clein
randpan uple; and
uncle
Following honeymoon trip tn
v ara Falls and Ni I
where the Lul thi
groom's grandi
Conn ho was 1 to at
the wedding, the} ill n -idc in
Housti
iDcutsehman, Plotkin
Rites VI tended by
\C\v York (luests
' ., double rtng candl.
Miss Paula Rcutschman daughtei
oi M. Mr R *
,.,.. Mi- Sol
^ N ^ ffi
Rabbi W ",,
Phillip
, u.
Be '
,- was :
honor
I -I,,, included I
' Lowe
import
hioned into a -<
. ,nd bout-

tulle
Hot ''' : ,h "
lusionvcil a- ittached I
I
pearls
Sh "" ''
Bible .
The bri "' '''' "'""'
Rockawaj High 8cl.....' In Ni 'l
yoi
Plotkin is a grad ** il t*
FRIDAY.
AUGUST]
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Kramer
Merle (irossnian, Isadore Kramer Wed:
Heirloom Handkerchief is 'Something; Ol
irdaj August 14. was the
chosen bj Miss Merli
Gro
I.
f Mi id Mr u il
: 1336 N. th Ve-
v.
,in jg (he VIi
M Benjamin Kr in er. N
i 'ity, The double i
J.i cen monj took |
dec rati d wil white
pompoms i
ms and tuberose
Rabbi Louis J Lehrfield. of the
Au >tin Communit) Center in Chi-
cago, officiated, as he h is done at
all wedding- in the familj ol the
bride's parent- Th.- bride is the
rst child ol the second generation
being married by Rabbi Li hi lield
Best man was [)r. William Kram-
er, brother of the groom, and ush-
ers were Hank Gordon and Joe
Kri-sell.
The bride chose iceblue French
chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The
fitted lace waist fashioned to the
bouffant tulle skirt with pointed
lace inserts was complemented In
a demi-jacket of lace with wing
collar and long fitted sleeves. The
shoulder-length veil of imported
French blue illusion was held in
place by a blue hairbraid bow.
She carried a white satin Bible
with sweetheart roses and shower
ered with stephanotis and baby
breath. Her "something old" was
aq heirloom bridal handkerchief
Maid of honor was Miss Ronnie
Furic in a white chiffon ballerina
She carried a nosegay of baby
orchids centered with hybrid pur
pie orchid. Miss Pamela Sue Gross-
nun was junior bridesmaid in a
white silk ribbed ballerina. She
carried a nosegay of garnet roses
and wore matching wristlet.
Mrs. Grossman, mother of the
bride, chose mauve organza made
with boat neckline, and Mrs. Kram
er. mother of the groom, wore navy
Hlk lace edged with mother of
pearl sequins. Both wore white
orchid corsages.
Guests of honor were Mr and
Mrs. Harry Ollswang and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Grossman, maternal
and paternal grandparents of the
bride. Mrs. Ollswang wore beige
linen and Mrs. Grossman black and
white |a,..,. and I,,,.,, (,,. ,. purp|e
orchid corsages Flowe. were de
Signed and executed In the Black
stone Flower Shops
A reception ;.. the hnmi ol the
bride's parents followed the imp
tiala, Among out-of-town guests
were Mrs. S R Levlnaon, aunt ol
the bride from Elmhurst, Ql Mr
and Mrs Irving Grossman and fam
Hy. cousins of the bride, from Chi-
cago, 111 ; Dr and Mr- w.lham
Kramer, brother and sister-in-law
of the groom. Mr and Mrs Sidnej
Kessler, aunt and uncle a- well
as Mrs Bert Meltzer and daughter
aunt and cousin of the groom all
from New York
The bride is a graduate oi \\ hit,.
field School in Miami Beach Tin
groom is a graduate of New York
schools and attended NYU He
is now with the U.S. Navy
For her going away costume, the
br.de wore a navy bin, shantung
ensemble with matching a,-,-. -,,
nes and sweetheart rose coi
and for her "good luck" gift T.
mond and emerald ring pr, MtMd
to her by the grooms parent-
Lpon completion of a |in,.v
moon ,r|P '" Cuba. Mr ami Mrs
Kramer will reside in Key ttv.t
where the groom is stationed.
i
Klainc Simonhoff Becomes Mrs. |>|jl
Weinstein; Bride Chaoses Tulle and s3
,,t Mivs Elaine Simon- mm
h,.tf and Philip Theodore Wein-
iti l two old Miami fam-
D, Jacob H Kaplan. Rabbi j
Emeriti- ol Temple Israel, who]1
has known the bride and groom
their binh and who official
r,i at their confirmation, perform
eeii-inony in the Club La
Sunday, August 15, at 5
p m in the presence of the fam-
, and dot* friends
! |, bride entered on the arm
ither v. ho gave her in mar-
ri |{ei own was fashioned ol
n I duchess satin,
h th< bodice and skirt
ii ffling of tulle .
,. trim she \. m
l pearls and orange
,i ., fingertip length
,. ed a bridal bouquet
, ; wh.ti IWCJ and orange bios
Ittendanti were her
,i. i. \ii Arthur Epstein, ma-
tron "l honor, and Miss Shcrna
Simonhoff, junior bridesmaid, and
Mi- Panto i>*
m re Weinsti in, maid of honor. At-
tendant- wore iMiuffant gown- of
nk nylon tulle and -at.nique
with old [a.-hioned bouquets of j
Can beaut> ro-e- I
Mr Weinstein chose as his best been associated uithtbrbd
I ii l/on Ushers were of Pepper and FairckHi.
el Simonhoff, brother Of I Both former Florida S,
th,. brid Richard Keats, Fmanuel (Claude Pepper and Vr Ti.
Raymond Freeman and j WtJTt among honored gang
mel O Hammond A r(" i1' danej 4\
Simonhoff is | dinner followed the cm.
md Mrs San Harry Simonhofi ihebnde'st
123 North Bay- presided at

n
Mrs. Hiilia T. II, j,
| of Miami Sinci radwiicaJ
raduata of
\ entit). a here she mi-
) and art She
luate work in of Coral G
Alter a hone) moon :n _
the eouple
new home I
Out of lowi inch
groom I her, ml
Weinstein S -hulk.
Mr- David I
Miami and has
; idti broad.
i Vt and Mrs
NI Mai -t .
:.i degree leans, La
tioi -t Van-: Bernstein AjajL
Iber'i ji stein of D l *"J
In law Mr an I Mi Kb
the t niversity New York
Mrs. lowfrncc Plrtnin
111. .
retu
at 1120 1
Uul
York :.:.
' M ..
Ml I.,. Wolf, : Mr. M
s,e!" ': eiand Dr
U Bell .,. i
tcr Don-
Wcinhertf. Lefkowitz
lu L|V(' in Maryland
Aovaneed schooling w Ihej both
study tor their Master's degree, i-
' oing for newly wedded Mr
"^Mrs Howard Lefkowiu
ey w i irried Sunday m
isih. l"TMd Th"''nd. groom
"'" onol Mr and Mn vx i ,,
kowiti 3401 SW 24,h ,n1'nI
fride h ,h former fu
Jenberg daughter o. s, ,'v
Wmberg,ol bethesd. Md
* '"' blue and whit,- w,.r|,iln-
' "white lace bale?
wh'le Phselanopsi, Hei
"h Weinberg wa
only atten.la.it h"
The new Mrv Lefhsss*^ ,
"Bere ^ *.ll StUd. r '
""Mei dearM r h,'r
chemiatrj Mo,0 *
Mrs. Herkerl Urmkmr4
Hirshaut. Bcrrihartl
Married August S
\ edding trip to Nassau. Cuba
and New York i- following the wed-
ling of Mr and Mrs. Herbert A
Rernhard The br.de is the former
Nancy Ellen Hirshaut, daughter of
Mr? Heatrice Hirshaut. 612 Michi
'-an ive Miami Beacb
Rabbi Leon KroaJph ofiiriated at
'he August 8 wedding held in the
Monte Carlo Hotel
Best man was Lt. Donald Hirsh
ut, \ance Air Force Bav. Okla.
mi- zena Br..dy was maid of hon-
r A reception followed at the
hotel
Newlywed Mr- Bernhard is a
'mU'-'u' <>t oUege and received the
"A negrae from CttmMt ttniver
-"> she lauKht m local achoeta
lh; brioegroosa, n of Richard
Bern hard, of New Jersey. |g re-
eereh engineer with Boeing Air
'alt stationed at Patrick Air
rorce Beat
" Mtended Newwrii Coiiegw of
wgwieering. Mexico v Coaaagai
;"1 'ook his MA degree at Colum-
Miis ttikerim **
Klein. Schwan
Tnth Kcvealed
Mr and Mr- KrnH
320 West 25th St., nW
engagement ol lhir
Kathcrine. to Dr W*J*
son of Mr and Mr- "
Schwarz. 4455 North
ave
The br.de elect *- I *r*
Miami Beach Senlof H4
and attended the UP
Honda ShewasamcmW'
dant council at M.am. Bess
School and belongs w m
silon Phi sorority.
Dr. Schwan. i Beach High School JJ"
University and the l
Tennessee Collet on
is a member ol M
fratemit>
Dr. Schwan "*?* ,7
Army during ';rldja
No wedding dstt M
the betrolhed coOf*
.
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JUST 27. 1954
* knisti FhrkMan
PAGE 9
Hay's Troth
fosses
[uni ni their eiaugh-
j;,v. t(i Aaron Yale
[i the Harry Wein-
r, Md.. is being an-
(r and Mrs. Marion
tt-rshurg.
fver, the bride-elect
|i (or 12 years and
Miami Senior High
tended Pennsylvania
nd the University of
&>
4
PERSONALLY Jay Robinson to
1' \ I- I N G SfrtrottWlhn*
Stage Door Canteen
Monthly Stage Door Canteen will
be held on Friday evening, August
27. 8 p.m., at the Ocean Front
Mr and Mrs Louis Wald. of Miami's own Jay Robinson, who Auditorium. 10th st. and Ocean dr.
Brooklyn. NY., have been vaca- has caused a senaatiofl for his star- Miami Beach.
Uooing at the St. Iforta Hotel for ring roles in The Robe" and_________________
%-
ro May
the past month. They arc being
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Silverlnan. Mrs. Edna Zeli.s and
Mr and Mrs. Adolph Blank, all
of Miami Beach Mr. Wald is a
New York educator aetive in Miz-
r.ichi He will be included in
Earbecue Saturday Eve
"Demetrius and the Gladiators.''
returns here Tuesday night to star
in Sam Hirsch's production of Women's Auxiliary of the Miami
"Night Must Fall" at the Bi It more Power Squadron will give ;< "mat!
Playhouse. hatter" barbecue dinner aboard
The young actor is recognized the LCI Miami Power Squadron
-.as one of the screens most excit- I B,,at- docked at the first bend of
Whos Who in World Jewry" to j ing new personalities and is ap-!,he MacArthur Causeway, on Sat
be published in the fall. patently headed for a bright ca- ur'lav evening, 6 p.m. In charge
are Carolyn Aller and Iola Siebert.
l.sition WanlXl
ft ft reer in the theatre.
Vacation arrivals at Duncarggan For his local rtage appeaiance.
Inn. Hendersonville. N.C., include i Mr. Robinson has chow n one of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baron, Mr. I Emlyn William's most famous
and Mis Sydney Sherman. Mr. and dramas. Night Must Fall" open- executive secretary. Expert.
; Mrs. Arthur Sternberg. Mr and ed on Broadway aftei i ucc&ful .^itor*332!SmXShSSTlES*'
Mrs. William C. Parks. Patsy run of over one year In London. i'"t backgiound and exper.ence in
Towmley. Lacy Watt*. Betty Rotate, The ,,:..> .- VSSff^tSST'ifJ'"autod -8u!i
Mr. and Mrs H. E. Tuner and in 1937 by MOM and stirred Rob- yyfc. Mm a. box 897$, Miami 18.
Betty Lynn and George, David j ert Montgomery. "
i Granat. Aaron Geyer and Mr. and i Robinson will portray the part____......... -.,... r -___
Mrs M, M. Landy and children, of Dan. the bell hop turned killer
Judy and Mitchell. who terrorized the English coun-
ts ft inside.
Aaron Liehman. of 342 Jeffer- I 'nclu Michael Cfein
Michael Clein lo
Be Bar Mitzvah
Michael Allen Clein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben B. Clein. 4360 SW
1st st.. Miami, will become Bar | and Mrs.'Sam Hecht? Miami 'Beach.
son ave.. former secretary of Bia-
lik Branch No. 290, Farband. has
returned home following an ex-
tended visit with his children in
Camden. N.J. Mrs. Liebman is due
to join her husband here soon.
ft ft ft
Dr. Hyman Hecht. son of Rev.
-h
lll'ill
was a member
Phi sorority.
WANTED
Two Ladies or Couple
to share new modern hone with
"Night Must Fall" will be pre- 1 wioow elegantly furnished air
Mitzvah on Saturday. August 28. ..---, sented nightly except Monday, for ceadMeatd bedroom 2 bathrooms
".! Beth Fl Concree-ition returned to Miami after serv-! ,W() wceRs Therc arp ma(inees on all modern conveniences
at Bctn M congregation. ,,, a ,ur of duty as cmef of lhc
Jala-s. Rhodelle Heller. John Beh-
ney, Ed Krasner, Joan Curtis. Dor-
een Curtiss and Hope Stokes. Mr.
Behney will direct the production
The current presentation of
"The Little Hut." starring Sherry
Britton and Rex O'Malley. will
close Sunday.
CANTOR
WISHES POSITION
FOR HIGH HOIY DAYS. Con conduct
all services and read from the Torah.
CAU 83 5716
Michael attended Hebrew school foot clinic at Letterman Army IIos
was graduated tor four years at the Flagler-Gra-
liversity of Miami, I nada Jewish Center. He is an 8th
i wm l'i Lamb-1 grade
erved two years in
Saturday and Sunday.
No. Dode
6-2793 North Miami Beach location.
ed offices.
Armed Forces.
w
Model, Law
Kngatfed
lliimmell and
I are engaged- The
.1 liter of Mr.
i Hummel], 505
f I.,,l>les. v. ho have
hi trothal.
n i- the son of the
111
li i Miami Senior High
student at Kinloch Park
Junior High School and a Star
Scout of Boy Scout Troop 362.
Immediately [oUowing the serv-
ices. I reception will be held at
the home of his paternal grand-
parents, Mr and Mrs William
Clein. 18G0 SW 4th st
The William Cleiiu -ire among
the original charter members of
Beth El. Mr. and Ifn Morris
Mark-, maternal grandparents of rr,, Dr. d Mr.s Ju!,u: Pcar-
Michael, will alM l>e |Trcscnt and
pital in San Francisco. Dr. and .*/- /
Mrs Hecht will live in the Miami! McCarthy Censured?
area, where the doctor has open-! "Will the Senate Committee (en
sure Joseph R. McCarthy" is the
topic to be discussed by Louis
Among vacationers at Edgewater Gross, news commentator, on his
Manor. Hendersonville. N .('.. are radio program Sunday. August 29.
Mr. and Mrs 1 William Zucker- 11 a.m., over station WMTJE. Joseph
nun and family, Mr. and Mrs I. Birnbauin will discuss the Wcekl>
Shapiro, Hr and Mrs Joseph Kauf- Portion.
man. Mr and Mrs Roy Katon and J_...............___....
family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Well-''
bank, the Misses Mildred *nd Joan
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larrint Htmmtll
Hummell is a Coronet
graduated from the
>t Miami and is now at-
Marshall Law School
lllis fraternity is Sigma
son. Mr. and Mrs Harold Berney,
Mr. and Mrs Murray Deblinger,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Brzozowsky and
Mr and Mrs Samuel Malt/.
ft
Mr and Mr- Mel Schneider, of
3402 SW 15th St., Miami, announce
the birth of their daughter, Bar-
bara ha on AugUSl 18 Bl Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
Mr .-md Mrs. Joe Moss, of 335
SW 47th ave. this week announc-
ed the birth of their daughter,
Joseph Epstein, 9124 Emerson ave stefanie Anne, on August 10 at
Karen Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mount Sinai Hospital Grandpar-
Mrs. Harold Lefelstem, 940 Jeffer- ent.s are Mrs. Johanna Frank. Mi
son ave. | ami. and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ron,
Fred David, son of Mr. and Mrs. New York City.
Stanley l.evine. 4490 North Meridi-1 # ft
an ave. Rabbi and Mrs Abraham M Cat
Amy Donna, daughter of Mr and se|_ 0f 4625 North Bay rd.. have
Mrs. George Davidson. 2842 Pine | returned to their home after a
Births
at births in the Greater Mi-
ami are., include the following:
Pan Hi nry, son i i Mr and Mrs
Henrj Hoffman, l4-*> Mantua ave.
Janel Susan, d; lighter of Mr and
Ifn. Jack lavs. 1790 Bay dr.
Lee Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Irs. Sidney Cohen, of
ugland, announce the
of their daughter, Lil-
pbert S. Levin, son of
Levin, Miami Beach.
ling of the couple will
|in London on October
ridcgroom elect is now
nth the United States
[and expects to be dis-
Deeembcr 3.
Member 15. the couple
l>ome at 1415 Meridian
Reach.
Tree dr.
Mark B., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Blank. 3120 Pine Tree dr.
Sid Dino Harris, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Jacobs, 6925 Trouville
esp.
Glori Ann. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Rubin, 14401 NW 11th
ct.
Michael Jay. son of Mr and Mrs.
David Shifrin. 621 NE 51st st
Jeffrey Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sherwin Levjne, 421 North
Hibiscus dr.
Nina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Zimmerman, 275 South
Shore dr.
Karen Leah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Kraslow, 951 Sylvania
brvd.
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Bridge Clinic Slated
At Burdines Fridays
summer-long vacation in Swan
Lake. New York. With Kathy and
Danny along, only one other mem-
ber of the family is missing, andj.
he is still visiting his grandmother if
in Jerusalem, Israel. Tommy Cas- ?
sel, and his travel companion Rab- '?
bi Louis Cassel, an 'uncle, have*
been through Europe and are now
completing their trip with an ex
tended stay in the Holy Land.
ft ft ft
Milton A. Friedman. Miami at-
torney, and Mrs. Friedman have
just returned from a trip to the
Carolinas and New York. While in
New York. Mr. Friedman attended
the B'nai B'rith Youth Commis-
sion meeting, of which he Is a
national commissioner.
YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACK
at
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1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Cruise Due Saturday
Moonlight cruise, complete with
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Burdine's free bridge clinics Jng sponsored by the Ladies' Aux-
slated for the next three Fridays
at 1:30 p.m. will present panel ex-
perts Alvin Landy. Edward Bums
and Robert Rothlein.
Landy is executive director of
the American Contract Bridge
tive
U>mri
League. Burns ranks as U.S. indi-
vidual bridge chapion. Rothlein.
director of the Charles Goren
School of Bridge in Miami, recent
ly won place in the knock-out team
the coming
world
Is Honored
iil party was held on
img at the home of Mr.
|Arihur Koff. 2411 SW, of toaT fo^
liami Guests of honor bridge chapionships.
h'ds Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Rothlein is the nephew of Mr
married August 15 at and Mrs. Philip V. Salmon, of Mi-
pquc Hotel. ami Beach.
iliary of Congregation of Monticel-
lo Park. The Southern Seas Cruise
Boat, leaving Pier 8. City Yacht
Basin. Miami, at 8:30 p.m.. will be
the scene for the evening on Satur-
day, August 28.
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PAGE 10
Israel Seeks
Safeguards
Continued from Page 1
del Nasser, the Egyptian Premier,
asserted this week that there was
no prospect of an Arab attack
against Israel He said, however,
that there was no possibility oi any
change In Egypt's attitude towards
Israel until the Jewish state imple-
mented United Nations resolutions
on Palestine refugees and parti
tion.
Col. Nasser mainspring of the
Egyptian regime, told the New
York Times correspondent thai the
Suez Canal agreement would nol
result in immediate acceptance bj
Egypt oi mutual aid pacts with the
West, He warned thai pressure
for such pacts would onlj be used
bj the Communists and ultai \ i
tionalists to stir up hatred againsl
the West.
He a-serted that the Aral) States'
had ample manpower "to raise m
or \'2 divisions in the defensi of the
n but needed equipment thai
the West could supplj
tn Washington, the Department
of Defense reported thai
il ihe Egjptian Arm) h
rived in the IS [or six wei
intensive stud) of 1 s Vrmj quar
ster and ordinance acl.
Arrival ol these officers marks
the beginning ol Ihe program bj
I: h the I'nited States ill
hi avy munitions aid to Egj pt,
O b i t u
a r i
MORR.s REEDMAN

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MORRib DOLLINGER
M l!
Stevenr Unveiling
The .<'eW<*>" "' monument to
if I Max Stcv
Mh av\.
> II '29.
Jewish srctiun of
H w.....Ilawn Park < emetery, with
., ph Virol officiating. Mr
Stevens i- survived by his wife.
on Bernard; a daugh
i,r Mr- Richard E Lencer; two
- Henry, of Miami, and
Abe, ol Philadelphia; and a sitter,
Mrs |i ., Melnick. of Philadelphia.
i nta are in charge of Pal-
M ami Monument Company.
I n.nd- and relatives are asked to
Btti nd
_FRIDAY,





Klein Unveiling
Tin dedication of a monument to
the memory ol the late Kannie
n formerly of I3fi Washington
M imi Beach, will take place
on Sundi IK 29. at 10 a.m .
J< wish Section of WiMxIlawn
1 ^rt 'dieter,
J''"" B I Mi-J
brother \!r ,
r'"" "'- are ,
Wi Miami Monul_|
friends and reUtaTl
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Goldfarb Unveiling
The dedication ol a monument to
the memory of the late David Gold
iarh. formerly oi 2687 sw 25th
will take place on Sunday,
August 31. at 2 p m on the Jewish
Section of Woodlawn Park Ceme-
tery, with Rabbi Simon April offi-
ciating. Mr Goldfarb is survived by
a daughter, Mrs Jennie Raff, of
Chicago; three grandchildren and
si vi n greal grandchildren Ar
ements are in charge ol Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Co. Friends
. es are asked to attend.
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hjGUST 27. 1954
-JenMnorMtoii
ten's Circle Southern District
jnvene Labor Day Weekend
PAGE 11
Beth David Names Committeemen
conference of the
Circle Southern Dis-
, i\ -t;i1(~. will
year at Birming-
Labor Day weekend,
i..scpii DunfbVi Dis-
m Eighteen raprewn-
jhe Greater Miami ar-
|, in attend the an-
ip.m ine three lot d
,. m addition to Dun-
In the Birmingham
re Harry Spivack, rep-
fchi- Southern District,
Evack. Mrs. Bessie Cho-
ir and Mrs. Isidor Co-
ld Mrs. Jack Kalmanson
Paskoff. of Branch
Cleiberman. Mr. N.
: and *Mrs. Jacob Segal
|d Mrs. Sam Snyder, of
and Mr. and Mrs.
liman. of English-speak-
1050.
\ conference is especi-
lant. Duntov said, since
| marks S5 years of joint
I he widely scattered
- and seven women's
also includes celebra-
|."i years of Workmen's
chea in the South and
women's clubs.
ircnce will occur be
)pening celebration on
12 of I he Tercentenary
irrlval in the U.S. Pro-
It ifs of the Southern Dis-
I ihcoming year will
' In the theme pfopoatd
in Jewish Tcrccn-
kimittee, with special
i Jew i-h labor's role
Malek to
It Sinai
IJ iseph W, Malek has
i I by Temple Sinai
to conduct High Holy
m and to chant Friday
?avers, it was announced
[by Dr. Clement Gerone-
btnt,
Malek has been a cantor
>st ten years. He was
with the Coral Gables
fcnter and served many.
Ions in the East. He was
fcr nt ,i Brandeis nation-
ship and is a graduate
mdeis Institute of Fine
lied with many famous
Including Cantor Joseph
Must recently. Cantor
d the position of secre-
M I'antorial Association
h Miami, sang with the
torus, appeared on local
kal radio programs and
^f the outstanding "sales-
Bonds of Israel Govern-
,inu on his own programs
^le of Israel Bonds.
lalek is the possessor of
knor voice and has been
^ple Sinai since Septem-
He is married and prac-
in Miami Beach.
Herbert k Bcher, praaideal of
Beth David Synagogue, Ihii week
announced the appointment of
committee personnel for the year
1954-1980.
Stanley < Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and former president of the
National Council of Jewish v. i I
fare Funds, has been named chaii
man ol the nominating committee.
Kemberi include Louie Bandel,
Louis Beiman, Max Jacobson and
Jacob Slier
Heading the youth commission
i^ Louil lleiman, former president
Of District 5 of B'nai B'rith and
past president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Assisting are
Sidney Aronovitz, Bernard Good-
man. Dr. Roy Mack. Dr. Jack Seit-
lin, Gus Shaw. Bert Sher, Charles
Spingarn. Jerome Weinkle and
Julian Weinkle.
Serving as chairman of the
Board of Education is Bert Sher.
Members of his committee are
Max Gettinger, Edward Gordon,
1 harlea Crupper. Max Handshu,
Dr Koy Mack. Frank Rose and
Louis Schwarttman,
The constitution and by laW
committee is chaired by Sidney
onovitz. Serving as membei -
are Marx M. Faber, Harry Gordon,
Dr. Jack Seillin. Max Silver, Jer
lome Weinkle and Mitchell Shape
Membership Committee, under
I the leadership of Max Jacobson.
president Of the Men's Club, cum
lists of Philip Abrams, Harold Her
| ney, Maurice Daum, Harvey Iler-
, man. Akiba Plager. Robert Purlacb,
Gus Shaw and Charles Spingarn
On the cemetery committee are
Al Quadnw and Morris Rabinowitz.
Personnel committee will be under
the leadership of Sam Seitlin.
Serving with him are Sam Dickson.
Milton Friedman, Sidney Pozen
and Bert Sher.
Finance committee chairman is
Frank Rose. Helping are Harry
August. John treuer, Max 'hand-
shu, Sidney Lefcourt, Harry Mar-
kowitz, It- i" it I'opper. Sidney Po-
zen. Daniel Serott, Jeroaoe Stern,
Philip Wei haw and Julian Wein-
kle.
and vi itiiiK chairman is
Alexander. Serving with
him are Alex < oben, Fred Sandier
and Sam Traurig.
'Cokes in Shorts' Party
Monday, August 30. 1:30 p.m.
Menorah Group of Iladassah will
hold a "cokes in shorts" card party
at the home of Mrs. H L. Kopel-
man, 4410 Monserrate. Coral
Gables. Card games and mah
jongg will be arranged for the in-
formal afternoon, according to Mrs.
Emanuel J. Smith, membership
chairman.
Joseph Duntov
and contribution toward American
civilization in the last 70 years and
the niche occupied by the Work-
men's Circle as one of the oldest
fraternal labor groups in the coun-
try. Duntov explained.
Another function of the confer-
ence will be to ratify the various
resolutions and recommendations
of the 54th national Workmen's
Circle convention and of the con-
ventions of the English-speaking
branches and the Workmen's Cir-
cle schools, ail "f which look place
In May at Atlantic City!
"Also on the agenda will be the
matter of organising new English-
speaking, and youth branches, in
tensified participation in the life
of the community in general and
in Jewish community life, as well
as other questions pertaining to
Jewish cultural life in the South,"
the secretary added.
National executive committee
will be represented by Daniel E.
If.-hin. chairman of the organiza-
tional committee, and the Work-
men's Circle national Bonds for Is-
rael committee is sending its direc-
tor, Yehuda Tyberg. Representing
the Jewish Labor Committee, na-
tional campaign director Benjamin
Tabachinsky will speak on the role
and influence of the Jewish labor
movement in the development of
social and coonomic life in the
U.S.
Holy Day Ticket Sales
Israelite Center this week an-
nounced the sale of High Holy Day
tickets. Co-chairmen of sales are
Jacob Brown and Jacob Schiff.
Society to Meet
Dynamic Psychological Society
of Greater Miami will meet Friday
evening, August 27, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hirsch, 3110
SW 21st st. Mrs. Joan Meyer will
talk on children and their inferior-
ities. Mrs. Elaine Moss will discuss
the usage of psychological words.
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PAGE 12
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services al
cea arc al 9 a.m. Services Sunday
arc scheduled for 8 a.m., and daily
services arc al 7 M) a m and 6:30
p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Frida)
evening services al 6:45 p.m Sal
urday morning services arc at 8:30
a.m. Rabin Simon April will of-
ficiate and discuss: "Shall We
Segregate Ourselves." Cantor Ber
ele Ki'lemer will render the nui-i
oal portion- of the liturg) Class
in Mishna is at 5:30 p.m.. followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold service- Friday
evening at 6 p.m. Special announce-
ment for activities of the follow-
ing week will he made hy Saul
Meringoff. president, and Abraham
Finestone, first vice president Tal-
mud class will be conducted by
Louis Dublin at 4 p.m. Mincha is
at 6:45 p.m. Cantor Abraham Seif
will render the musical portion
of the service
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services al 830 p.m. Of-
fleers and members ol the Young
People's League will be honored
Rabbi A. Herson will officiate, with
members of the group serving as
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat follow
ing. Participating will be Larry
[serson, Marshall GUntZ, Mark
I.akin, Harold Metzger. Bonnie
Schaft, Miriam Berzof, Irwina Rob-
erts! Norma Auerbach and Doris
Gold. Cantor Albert Glantl will
render the musical portion- ol the
liturgy, with Jack Berke leading
the choir. Rabbi Herson will dis-
cuss: "Youth Guardians of Our
Heritage." Saturday morning -en
ices are at 9 a.m. Subject of the
.sermon is: "Freedom of Will."
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services al 6:30
p m Saturday morning services
a i i 8:30 a.m.. when special praj
REGULAR HOME SERVICE
R-gi.lar visits to your home are the
b rter and more economical way
DRYWOOD TERMITES
ERADICATED
NYLON TENT METHOD
Straight 5-Year Guarantee on
D /wood or Subterranean Trmtt*a
ers will be offered fot
month ol Elul Rabl i M >rt<
[avskj will officiate and discus-
(. Month ol Preparedness
tor Samuel Salkow will rendi r the
musical portions ol Ihe III
Evenin | services an al 8 30 P m
wed b) Shalos Si udos Dailj
. held al B
15 minutes belore sundown
BETH EL CONGREGATION
hold Friday even.'
6 30 p in S ilurdaj moi
,,.,, o m when I
Shmao'ahu Swirskj II "!
and rJis* uss "CU at id Ihi B
ing cloud Cantor Fishi I I
will render Ihe musical pi
ol Ihe liturg) Mil h u I son ul Mr
and Mr-. Benjamin Clein u
come Bar Mitzvah d
ii, Theodore Sakowitz
liver the chat
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday eveninf
at 6.30 pm Saturda) moi
service- are at 8 30 a m Cantor
Aaron \Veini;arten will officiate
and render the musical port
of the liturg) Mincha .- al I 10
p.m., followed b) Shalo -
A guesl Rabbi will discu
Weekl) Portion Dail>
are al 7 30 a.m and I
p m
TEMPLE ISRAEL i : Mi in will
hold Frida) evening .ervice .it
8:15 p m with Rabbi Joseph 1!
Narot officiating Ri n for
religious school will l hi i
da) morning
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Frida] evening services al I
p.m.. with Re\ Lee Hi im officiat-
ing. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., w hen speci il pi
for the new month ol Elul will
be offered, Rei Heim will discuss
the Weekly Portion and chant the
liturgy Mincha i- at 6 30
followed by Maarit
SUNR4Y PAKH
HEALTH RESORT
H0TCL-SANIT4RIUH
oa to: co\ ., >c!u
MJUWIK U1U
,! -r o- COur
-Miami ruopm* I
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will bl<
Friday evi
Saturda) morning servic.
i PhdiP Brum

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER
Hai

Ml ~
thi Prophet i-
Wlll I"' i
: Elul
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TiON II hold Frida) evei
.ervii I 6 15 p.n
at 9 a.m
. p(., i wi hi conducted
l,v ii El*. I 530 p m Mm
eh., is at I DV
Shale Dailj ser
m and T p hi
TEMPLE BHTH SHOLOM will
al
Rabbi Marius
Fort Lauderd ill offi
i Sul rt ol hi* sermon is
Peopli Vn S
. riul irda) in -
I .. Cantor
er will i
: lion- "t the III I
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER Will
hold Saturda) mon
Hur
I :
FRIDAY,
Mitzvat
The Me.m
uzvah Allan, son nf
,1 Mi- Sam Tannenbaum.
mil i, Bar Mitzvah during
the sen-ice Frida) evening serv-
10 p.m "I'll Itev
Kudo': I" Brill officiating.
TEMPLE SINAI of HolUwuod
I) evening -ervices
Members of the youth
ization will participate and
and usherettes. Rab-
p Shapiro will officiate.
with Mordechal Haalman
chanting lh" liturgy \l Feibus.
ill addres- the congre-
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lers To The Editor
*'Jewistithx-Minn
PAGE 13
Repairs Continue At Beth Sholom
Jewish Kloridian:
j,. I hive become like
un i hem over; to men
T.irah I have become
uulerlhe Torah, though
iwll under the Torah.
irrupt, I have be-
fupter Saint Paul re-
: insidkNU group is
[whose motto must be
[hey are a mis
nwri who, on Sunday
(;,,, heard on the radio.
11 themselves; "Israel
1,1 also The Message of
phoney a designation
toning can sufgaft
\ ringing the Zion-
The Ilalikvah "The
(he) run on with our
The Shma, "Hear, O
Lord our God is One."
I radio period you've
In ihey are offering you
put pure Judaism.
il to write for their
i succession of ele
hi i literature starts to
l,,. no less, the "Torah
V hal a foul and dis-
iv they -tart to pri< nt
L phe i-ompliti- eouTM
t i.i il. but it is all
^ Mm to believe in
I ,i -un they a--i i'
[' iah." From top to
li p1 is untruth and de
I ; ..' .iiiil.i.
experleaca
un readers with thi..
LEWIS MOKTON
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
Rio de Janeiro |j fascinating liut j
extremely .sluggish, evidently dm
to weather and insecurity. I am '
here almost a week and find it
rather exciting as I move about
discussine conditions with JrWrial
ists ;ind the populace.
The two extremes in population
are very evident wealthy and
poverty stricken. The American
{dollar is held and prized. If we.
Americans, are dollar-conscious
the Brazilians are dollar worship
pen. You mu-t understand that
the cruzeiros are consistently drop-
j ping. When I arrived last Wed
nesday. the dollar was worth 60
cruzeiros. Today, six days later, it
is worth 66 cruzeiros The average
1 worker receives but one eonto and
> 200 cruzeiros a month approxi-
mately $19 or $20.' '
You readily can understand the
I unrest, insecurity and fertility for
{Communistic propaganda among
the overwhelming majority The
rich live off.the "fat of the laud."
The demand for the dollar, is great.
This is winter. It jv much milder
than the winters-back home in Mi
ami.
There are only 45.000 Jews in
Rio out of a'2.900.000 population
There arc only 110.000 Jews m Bra
zil out of 57.000.000 population.
Yet Jewish life thrives with lour
Jewish periodicals Assimilation
though is -evere. dating back sev-
eral generations.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
H*njtfmiiMRJm>ry *hairrm*",of
the house committee of Tt'rhple
Beth Sholom, announced this week
that in accordance with the deci-
sion taken by the committee and
accepted by the board of directors
of the Temple, extensive repairs
and repainting have been done and
bjm stiU-bing mad* m the Kali
gioui School and Community
r*jn.fT(/in^Wfi!n^ilitics' avail
able fl l)ieh Ifloofs Tor the con
tinued development of our Reli-
gious School program and our
youth activities," Rimer said.
"Temple Teen Town is boing
moved to the Banquet Hall on the
first floor, making more space
available on the second floor for
additional classrooms which now
Max Paul Named
To Judicial Council
Appointment of Max Paul, Miami
Beach jeweler, to the Florida Judi
cial Council was announced by Act-
ing Gov. Charley E. Johns' office
in Tallahassee last week.
House oi the Congregation, at 4144 total 22. These renovations will
< hase ave.. Miami Beach. permit us to serve our members
"While we shall, this year, have and their children and indeed our
to continue to use the main floor community, and what is more im
of our Religious School and Com portant. these improved services
munity Mouse lor worship until will Ik- matched by an improved
our new sanctuary auditorium, now program of instruction."
in the process Of being built, i-.
completed, we have, nonetheless, dol *AM HIRSCH presents
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S A. 12th Avenue
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Cir, to the Elderly nc
24 Hour Nursing Serw
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^r, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
WMIE (1140 en diol)
th Various Features
L'ccd and Directed by
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Kosher Products
Promoted Nationally
Featuring the Star of David ud
urging women to "Be A Star House
wile with Kosher Ajax. Fab and
I Vel," Colgate-Palmolive is bidding
for increased Jewish favor with
! special promotion in the 12 U.S.
cities having major Jewish commu
nities.
Subject of the page scale Sep-
tember advertisement appearing in
'a complete'list of Jewfsrrpublica-
I tions, printed in both Jewish and
| English, is Ro-hHashona. the Jew
1 ish New Year which falls on Sep
j tember 28 and 29.
Reprints of the advertisement
I are used as effective point-of-sale
material by Colgate-Palmolive men
in explaining Succoth and Simcoth
Torah, as well as Rosh Hashona.
the three major Jewish holidays
which fall within a 30-day period.
fNETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME
(Foratorly Douglas Nursinj Home)
5NVALESCENTS INVALIDS CHRONIC AGED
It-GISTEREO NURSES 24-HOUR NURSINO CARE
Special Diets Strictly Observed
U BAYSH0IE PLACE {Between Venetian & McArthur Causeways
HNE 9 7640 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K. Specter, Directors
Agudath Israel
Dedication Saturday
Official construction of the new
$100,000 Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute building at 7801 Carlyle
ave.. was announced completed
Wednesday by general contractor
Aaron Goldman. Ground was
broken for the building at cere-
monies in January, with actual
contruction started on March 18.
Principal speaker at the ground
breaking was Senior Circuit Judge
B. Holt.
Dedication services are Satur-
day morning at 9 a.m.. and will be
attended by officials and other dig
nitarii -
The tervii will officially usher
in the High Holy days and will
jointly serve as I tribute to Mr
and Mrs. Louis Schenker. of 501
75th st., who contributed *15.000
recently to the building fund.
It was this _;111 which made poi
sible the completion of the syna-
gogue in time for its current dedi-
cation. A plaque will be erected
both inside and outside the build-
ing as a memorial to the couple.
The building, which has a seat-
ing capacity of 700. plus synagogue
offices, is of concrete block and
stucco consruction and has been
completely air conditioned.
The Rabbi explained that this is
only the first of a planned group
of buildings for the Institute. "We
eventually plan to have as com-
plete a facility as any in the south-
east. There now are plans work-
' ing for a separate religious school
building." he explained.
Rabbi Ever came to Miami Beach
I in 1948. One year later, he became
spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel
] Synagogue, where he served until
March, 1951. when he organized
Ahavas Israel Synagogue which op-
ened at 7135 Byron ave.. in Janu
ary of 1952.
Rabbi Ever has chosen as his
1 sqrmon topic for the Saturday
morning dedication worship hour
I "Building a Synagogue and the
'outlook for the Future." Cantor
Elisha Cerner will render the mu-
sical portion of the liturgy.
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Alt service* conducted under
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PAGE 14
GLOBAL SHORTS
Festmaster General Unable
To Bar Anti-Semitic Mail
v, VSHIN
v
- io'ineters wi......n the i
eastern shore S the lake. The MA.
rohibil ill
iremism.
UN Commission Affirms
Israel's Sovereignty
TEL W IV 'I M Thi !
i Mixed Arm minis-
;. ... : r a
a syi I incident on
eret March 15, last weekend
reaffirmed Israel's soven
over the entire Lake and a strip ol
ria i" respect this
boundary and to prevent further
violations ol the territory. H -A-'
emned Syria tor the attacks
m Israeli fishing boats on the lake
Rabbi Abranwwitz Named fond Head
For Greater Miami Rabbinical Group
.
Ebon Confers With State
Department on Suez Pact
WASHINGTON (WNS New
safeguards to mitigate the threats
to Israel's securitj resulting from
Britain's evacuation ol the Suei
area were proposed to the State
Department by Israel al confer-
ence between here between Israeli
Ambassador Abba S. Eban and As-
sistant Secretary of State Henry
A. Byroade. Ambassador Eban
pointed out that the Sue/ pact,
coupled with U.S. grants of mili-
tary assistance to Egypt, would up-
set the balance ol power In the
Middle East and encourage Egypl
into aggression against Israel.
Israeli Reply to Big Three
Plan Urges Talks With Arabs
JERUSALEM (WNS) Thn.....l
eleven Big Three proposals deal-
ing with Israel-Jordan border se-
curity have been accepted by Is-
rael, it was revealed hero when the
Foreign Ministry disclosed that an
official reply had been made to
the recent proposals suggested by
France. Britain and the United
States in a move designed to im-
prove the border tension. In iden-
tical notes to the Big Three, the
Government of Israel said it would
agree to demarcate its border-, to
erect physical barriers at frontier
points and to discuss an arrange-
ment with respect to permitting
Arab refuges to pass from the
Egypt-held Gaza strip into Jordan
via Israel.
Bigot Named Deputy Premier
Of Richest German State
IH SSELDORF J1 \ l" I
rich Middelhauve, the first i
of a postwar German It
political part) to exploil
itism tor political etui-, was sworn
in here as Deput) Mini- I
dent and Minister for Economics
in North Rhine Westphalia I>r
Middelhauve, a publisher and
printing shop owner in the small
town of Opladen, heads th<
Democratic Part) in the wealthiest
of West German States Durii
tenure ol offici I I
the FDP part) organizatioi
came a haven lor N.i/i .
professional Nazi Part) tut
aries
Churchill Cables Hope for
Peace in Middle East Area
M.w YORK (W N Si British
Prime Minister Sir Winston
l hurchill. in a letter to Louis Lip-
sky, chairman ol the American
Zionist Committee tor Public Af-
fairs, voiced hope "that the da)
may soon come in the Middli I
when Israelis and Arabs will live
together in peace." Sir Winston's
letter, written by In- secretary, waS
in reply to a telegram Mr Lipsk)
sent to the British statesman fol-
lowing his June 28 press confer
ence at Washington, where the
British Prune Minister voiced
strong pro Israel sentiments and
called himself a Zionist,
Exiled Labor Leaders Lash
Out Against Anti-Semitism
PARIS [WNS Red anti-Semit-
ism, particularly in Rumania, was
sharply denounced here tin- week
in a statement issued b) the Free
Trade Unionists in Exile, an or-
ganization of trade union leaders
from Soviet Russia and the satel-
lite countrie- Referring to the pro
tests which have been reverl
ing throughout the free world
again-t Rumanian persecution of
Jew-, the statement said that "the
free worker- ol the world join in
these protests against at
which i- coming from i hind the
Iron Curtain "
Amsterdam to Buy Ruins of
Ancient Synagogue from Jews
AMSTERDAM J1 \
sterdam cit) i n
to purchase Ihi ruin I
called V which
-tand- in the hearl ol the I u
ghetto area, from the
Jewish communit) I i ,i in
the site a museum to -i rve as a re-
minder ol the one, thriving Am-
sterdam Jewish Communit) which
was destroyed b) thi Nazis The
ancient Synagogue, together with
the entire Jewish neighborhood,
was ra/ed in Hie Germans during
the occupation

this
period
Iii to the t'nil

N
Ji wi I
v ti|( pn si nl time he is si
tan ol "" Ral
Miami, mci president
Zionist Di
and a mi ml "]
the N
Until !! innan
ol tin :! '*
Vt the
rlapoel H
ition in ll
will visit thi "

n nexl month
:- chairman < the
nical Council v
[or Isi affairs and
spiritual leader of the Young 1-
rael S\ ii. irk, N J
Hi visited Israel recentl) with
the | of the Rabbinical
Council of America Rabbi 1 4
am- .,- n pn sental ol the Rab
binical Council of America for the
purpose of studying the religious
position in I-r.,i 1
As a result ol their visit to l
rael. the) have worked "Ul a pro-
gram ot acth Ities and inform I
with regard to Israel in the com-
munr binical Council
erica
Rummage Sale Friday
Mi n
mis
Proceeds Slr^
Ve,erans ProgrJ
J'r'"" *'!H* J
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Maqinnis Recew,
Chamber AwardI
It abb i maytr Ak*mmwiti
.Mrs. Givner Joins
Beth Kl Academy
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. of
Beth El Hebrew Academy, an-
nounced that Mrs Marlene QIVBM
hi- joined the Fncli-h Department
l the Xeadeinv for the fall a>
nning September 7.
Mrs Givner, formerly a teacher
in tin New York City public
schools "a- graduated from the
Cit) I Now York, with
the degr.....f Bachelor of Science
in Education, cum laude She is
also a member of Kappa Delta Pi,
national education honorary
i i ur nimmen, she was a
: the -t.iff of Council
I>a> Camp, which is supported by
the National Council of Jewish
Women At the Beth Kl Academy.
Mr- Givner will teach the English
program of the kindergarten and
lir-t grade
I! Hebrew Academy pro-
vides a full day program for chil-
dren ol the first, second and third
grade- in a modern schoolroom
RabM Swirsky said.
Beth El Registration
Ri (ration of students for
m Beth Kl Talmud Ti.rah.
SOD s'A 17th avt will take place
thi Ugh I" 12 a in i lays Afternoon
II COfJUMM
i Sund
i pti mber M
Arthur Mafiaa* n
winner ol the Miami
bcr of ( ommi'
for the week,
Eisen-ti
chairman
ccwaaij
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Sen. Humphrey Calls for
Hearings on Immigration Law
WASHINGTON (JTA>Sen Hu-
bert H. Humphrey last weekend
called for early hearings on the
revision of the McCarran Walter
Immigration Act. and made public
the text of communications ex-
changed between him and Sen
Arthur V. WatkiltS, chairman ol
the Senate Immigration Subcom-
mittee. Sen. Humphrey asked Sen
Watkins tor hearings on McCarran-
Walter operation during the late
summer and fall when the Senate
is not in session, so thai "wi
move moi-i rapidly in the 84th t on
gross."
'Returnees' to Rumania
Forced to Campaign
ISTANBUL (JTAl The Jews who
have returned to Rumania from is-
rael are being forced b) thi
eminent there to propagandize
against the Jewish State, according
to report- reaching here The Buch-
arest press and radio have pub
licized statemi nts allegedlj made
by returnee- criticizing conditions
in Israel. The letter- m the press
re all written m the sai
obviouslj having bei n pi
professional propagandi
Former Member of Polish
Parliament Dies at 66
'I'KI. AVIV (JTA)Koppel S.-h
wartz. poet, journalist, a leader in
the Mapia Party, died hen- August
2 at Beilin.son Hospital, at the age
of 66. He was born in Poland,
where he had been a member of
the pre-war parliament. He was
also a leader of the Zionist move
ment in Galicia before settling in
this country.
Israel Not Approached by
Britain for Troop Permit
JEW SALEM 1JTA [fee |
n Office den ,.,|lv
today thai Israel had
Proached b) Great Britain with ,
propo-al to itation British troops
anywhere in Israel "
The Foreign Office made it- de
niel in a statement t,, ,|. ,
At the -am,- time, it Instructed it.
} in London to inquii
British Foreign Office as ,,
po-ihle source of | rumor ,,(,.
lished last-week to the effect that
Britain had approached Israel on
the possibilities of establishing a
military base at Haifa. |
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PAGE 15
,L NOTICE
TV JUDGES' COURT
Bo DADE COUNTY,
IpROBATE. No. 334MB
>F
l\vis Docoaoad
'to creditors
* ,tnl All Person- II.iv-
|j,,mand* AbhIiimI Said
I, of JTOM ere hereby
pined I" present any
iiiiIh which vim
|ma) have iiRHlnm
BY J I
County.
in
the
I.WIS. tll-l CIlHCll
lorlda. to the
u 111 >
y
Jlldgt-M of Hade
the Mima tn their
,iintv- Courthouse In
lurlda, within eight
from the date of the
hereof. Said claims
ontaln Ho- lev*! dd-
,.iant and t" oe wow
.1 i- .ifuri'SHiil. Of euno
., .-;.., lion 7tt.il of
it. A, I
jard, A U l64.
N C. I'A VIS
.in,-ir.itor of the
i'
,i iiavis, Deooaoad.
> xKiiwrr/.
iinilnimiiitiii
li Miami If, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
tin- mull i signed, desiring to engage In
business under the rii-tiilouii um '.[
LI'fll.l.K ORIGINALS Hi- MIAMI at
1X7 N.W. -'ml St.. Miami. Int.mis to
register said name with the i lerk of
Hi. circuit Court of Uade County,
Florida.
CHAUNCEY STUNK-
UREENSTIKN, |Kf,
THEODORE It NELSON
Attorm-v I,ii Applicant
8/20-27 I. I 10
LEGAL NOTICE
7 ________________
TuiT COURT OF THE
JDfCIAL CIRCUIT OF
AND FOR DADE
JHANCERY No. 17170O
IN, I'lalntlff.
II.> 'N'. I'efendant.
TO APPEAR
t C. NBU* IN
-iii Nelson
Avenue
ri\ laiBOj
|iy ordered and required
of your answer to the
nt for divorce, a copy
nrioaod herewith, on
11 and file the orlg-
|ce nt Ihe Clerk of the
ol Uadf County. Flor-
n- the tOtk day ..f s.p-
atherwlae the alienations
i.iken aa confessed
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31366-A
RK: F.STATE ol'
SAME 8CHL.CSSL.ER, Heoeaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hiereb) given Dial I have
fiieii my final report and petition lor
i'in,.i DlarhnrBe ae Admlnlatrator of
tin- eata.....I SADIE BCHLL'SSEK,
.i and thai on the let da) M
October, iSo*. u in appl) to tne Hmi-
Liable W. I It ASK lll.ANTuN. ( ,,un-
t> Judge "i ii.ni. County, Florida, for
Approval of said final report and for
final dlacharce aa Administratrix of
Um Batata oi same BCHI.USSKR,
il. ..i sed
Tills 16th day of August, I9'.4.
JOSEI'HINK SCII I.I SSI OK
KOVNER m MANNHKIMElt
Attorneys |..i Administratrix
i ie :; /-io
-i 17. 197.1.
II LEATHBRMAN.
|ik of the Circuit Court
A NI'
lalntlff
u.lding. Miami ".2. I'l.i.
1"
INDER FICTITIOUS
|AME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
|il de-lrlng to engage In
_ the fictitious name of
IstkictioN CO. iN#t
In w 2nd Ave Miami,
nald name with Ihe
[ i 'iri .nt Com i >.f i '.ol.-
McNF.IL 2V.
: KEYHER .'.'i
T K. LEE ::
RICK II. JOLLY
t KHAVITZ
Applleanta
no

NDER FICTITIOUS
AME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
I desiring to engage in
t the fictitious name of
NER8, at 734 B.W. 22nd
i. Florida, intenil to rcg-
. with the Clerk of tne
>l i lade County, Kloriila.
(i.MKKli KI.AM
KITH El.AM
A IN
lipllcant
r si Miami, Ha.
10
_:UIT COURT OF THE
[JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
I CHANCERY. No. 17172*
lain, I'lalntlff
. Defendant
BY PUBLICATION
liMS
' larda
i; Avenue
i n i '.inn. li. ill
IEIIEBY RMQl'IRED to
f your anawar to the
in hi the above oanae
the piaintift attor-
! Ol lglll.il III the il-
lc ol the Circuit Court.
I ii daj "i Bepti hi -
wise said Hill of Cm
i.ikm as confessed by
pi'.ih day of August. itM
II LEATHBRMAN.
nk ..f i'ii,nil Court
nl. County, Florida
WM W. BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
|M.\N A. KAPLAN
I'lalntlff
.tiding. Miami 32. Ha.
1-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1717tS
ROBE C. HARRIS, widow. Plaintiff.
vs.
CORA WILLIAMS, a Free Dealer;
ROY C. RECTOR and -
RKi'ToR. hla wife, if married, or if
either or both are dead, all unknown
heirs, deviee.es. grantees, assignees,
lienors. creditors, trustees or other
claimants by. through, under or
against them; and all persons claim-
ing an) estate, right, title or inter-
eat in, or lien upon, the real prop-
erty herein described. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO; ROY C. RECTOR an.l
RECTOR, his wife. If mairled.
or if either or both are dead, all
unknown hens. devises, gran-
toee, assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or other claim-
ants by. through, under or
against them
Residence I'nknown
TO ALL OTHER PERSONS
having or claiming any estate,
right, title or Interest in, or
lien upon, the following .I. -
srtit.eii land, lo-s'it
Lot >l. Itlock 9. HISi'AYNK
POINT, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In I'lat lb.ok
14. at Page 3.".. of the Public
Hi-, .mis of Dade County,
Florida.
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action has been commenced
against you. and you are ordered and
i.-.luned to file your written appear-
ance In aald proceeding on or before
tne :'"th day of Septemlier. 154. In the
above etyled cause now pending In
the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit In and for Dade
County, Florida, In Chancery, by filing
the ."initial of your appearance with
the Clerk ol this court at the Dole
County Courthouse. Miami, Florida,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
Plaintiffs attorney. (3EOROE TAL-
IANOFF, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and in default of said
appear.no e. a decree pro confeaau will
be entered against you. The relief
sought in the above cause is to quiet
and confirm the title to the above
described land In and to the Plaintiff.
RUSK c HARRIS, and to cancel and
discharge that certain mortgage ns set
forth In the Complaint filed herein.
lined at Miami. Florida, this 17th
dav of AuaTUSt, lr.4.
K B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
B| R H RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk isval)
UBoROE .1 TALIANOFP, ESQ.
Attorney for Pi.unSff
ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fia.
I :i-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is rlBREBY CJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of I
SANS BOl'CI APARTMENTS, at 610
71th Street, Mldmi Beach. Florida. In-
tend to leglster said name .lt|i the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
THOMAS WHITE
FRANCES WHITE
FRIEDMAN AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Thomas White and
Frances whit.-
H/6-I3-2II-2; _
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171413
ELLEN BROOKS, Plain tit f
BDWART) li BROOKS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; EDWARD B BROOKS,
I:, ildence unknown
Top, EDWARD BROOKS, are here-
by notified thai a BUI of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed aa^uial you,
xnd you are required to si
of your Ansv.. i oi Pleading to the Bill
of rompiamt on the plaintiffs Attor-
ney, BEN ESSEN, 821 Beybold llldg.,
Miami, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of, the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
6th Hay Of September. IH.'.l If you fall
to do so, judgment l.\ default will be
I taken against you for the relief de-
nianded in the (till of Complaint.
DUNK AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day of August, A.I.
ItM.
E, It. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I>ade County, Florida
By wm W. BTOCKINO,
(Circuit Court Seat) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for i'lalntlff
in Seybold Bldg., Miami. 11a.
8/S-1S-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ICUIT COURT OF THE
[JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
|N AND FOR DADE
CHANCERY No. 171724
ODFKIBND, I'lalntlff.
DDFRIEND. Defendant.
|CE TO APPEAR
COLD OOODFRIEND
ii m t Place N. w.
Ion, Di'
^el,>- ordered and required
of I ..111 an.-Uel to the
int for divorce, a oop)
i in losed herewith. on
Iprney and file the orlg-
fli. of the Clerk of the
..f i oi.- Count]. Hot-
ii.- the :'"tii dai of s.p
Iherw lae the allegations
|lll be taken Ss con!.
|ual ik, in i
I I l:\THKRMAN.
ik of the Circuit i '<"i! i
M M \\ BTOCKINO,
Deput) ci.ik
1A N D
r alntlff
illdlng, U ml 11.'
JUNDER FICTITIOUS
[NAMfc LAW
HEREBY OIVBN thai
?.d. desiring io engage in
the fictitious name of
|IT JEWELERS, at 7M
Mine, Miami. Intends to
nun., with the Clerk of
It "in t of Dade Count).
I.AURY
Il RTKOF
Applicant
1-10
I. WHITE
IN THE COUNTY JUDUfca' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. B33302
In Re: ESTATE OF
PAUL s fJRl'EN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah creditors and All Pel-on- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate ,_ ,
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and re.piiied t" present an>
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate ..f PAUL s ORUEN. <> ;;'
late of Dade Count*. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dad.
Countv. and file the same In their of-
fices in the County CoOrt house in
Dade County. Florida, within
calendar months from the date
first publication hereof. Said
or demands to contain th
n
eight
of the
claims
leiral ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid._or same
will be barred. See Section ...!. 16 ol
the 1MB Probate Act
Date July 1'Tth. AD ItM.
KI'RT MENDEL
, THEODORE PERM V
As Administrators of the
Estate of
PAUL S ORUEN, Deceased.
KI'RT WBLLLWCH
Attorney for Administrators
mm Congress Bldg, Miami. Ha.
S/S-1S-20-27 ___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage m
business undet the flctll..... name of
VNTI-I'EST SYSTEM, at '" Al" n
Road Miami Pea. h El.....la. Intends
the said nan i mm tV
clerk ..f the Circuit Court ol Dade
^t'-O ^Mtaml Penh- K.......a. this
""1".....'I-^-ENe';, SOLOMON
Attorney for the Firm:
S'oRMAN r si I LI 'Mi >N
II...6 Alfii Road. MaaM
n / ^^^_^_^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 171572
JOHN I.. BUTTON, Plaintiff,
vs.
RI'TH E BUTTON, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; RI'TH E BUTTON
Route 6. Box IT8-A
Nile-. Michigan
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce baa been fil-
ed against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of >our Answer or
Pleading t-. the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. HENRY M.
CAIN, t51I W. Fluffier St. Miami.
Pla and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
13th dav of September, I9M. if you
fall to do so. Judgment bl default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
DoNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of August, A.D.
E B I.EATIIERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
B) M. C. OREBN,
(Circuit Couit Seal) D. puty Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
HII W Flugler St., Miami. Fla.
S/13-20-27 9/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 1tf 149-B
MARKS BROTHERS CO., a part-
nership consisting of HERMAN
MARKS, P.U'I. MARKS. El'OENI-:
li MARKS and STANLEY MARKS,
and also ERNEST NEI'FEI.D.
Plaintiff a,
vs.
MAURICE It HARRISON. META
M. HEIN8. EMMA HEINH TEM-
PLBTON, AUATHE C. HEINS, R.
HESSE II E I N S CLEMENTINE
HESSE ANDERSON, f.k.a. CLEM-
ENTINE M HESSE. Dec, I
EDMUND HESSE ANDERSON and
HARRY ANDERSON, Deceased,
and all persons claiming any estate,
rigid, title Ol Interest in, or lien
upon the oil property herein de-
scribed, oi air. p.ut thereof, trhlt-h
is located In Dade County, State of
Florida
I ai II !: and SO of BBNDLE IN-
VESTMENT COMPANT'tl SUBDI-
VISION, in Section S ..r Township
j| South, Itangi : Eaat, according
td the I'l.n thereof, reoorded hi Plal
Book i. ai Page -: oi the Publli
- of | ,add I ounty, Hoi i
I '.-fendants.
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KDMl'ND HESSE ANDERSON,
ADDRESS: ROUTE ,
I.AFAYECTE, HA
And all other pet son- claiming-any
estate, right, title or Interest in, or
Inn upon the real property Involved
In this suit, which Is In Dade
County, Florida, to wit:
Tracts 4 and 50 of HENDI.E IN-
VESTMENT COMPANY'S SI'BDI-
VlSltiN, In Section ", of Township
ot South, Range 311 East, according
to the I'lat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 1, at Page 87 of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida;
ADDRESS; I'NKNOWN.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a proceeding to Quiet Title has
been brought in the Circuit Court, in
and for Dade County, Florida, against
all persons claiming any estate, right,
title or interest in. or Hen Upon, the
following described real property, situ-
ate In Dade County, Florida, to wit:
Tracts 49 and B0 of HENDI.E IN-
VESTMENT COMPANY'S BUB-
DIVISION, in Section .". of Town-
ship .14 South. Range 38 East, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book 1, at Page 17
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida:
and you are hereby required to serve
a copy of your Answer or otli.-i Plead-
ing to ihe Hill of Complaint to Quiet
Title as Amended .n Plaintiffs' attor-
neys. OENET ft GENET, 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
th.- original Answer or other Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court, on or before the 14th day
of September, i".4 If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will la- taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint as Amended.
DATED at Miami. Dade Countv.
Florida, this 10 day of August. ItM,
E II I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: I. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
S'13-20-27 9/3
IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171S10
IN RE:
ADOPTION Ol' MINOR CHILD.
ctrtTIS MICHAEL SESSIONS
NOTICE BY PIULICATION
TO: PARK TRAMMEL SESSION'S
Bit North Fifth Terrace
Birmingham. Alabama
PARK TRAMMEL SESSIONS
c/o Seaboard Air Line Railway
Birmingham. Alabama ......
yoi' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for the adoption of the
minor child, CURTIS MICHAEL ses-
sions, has been filed "ti behalf Of the
petitioner, THEODORE i KOWAL-
ESKl, and you are hereby required to
sel ve a op\ of yolll an-" el to the
petition oi.....tltloner's attorney,
RICHARD KRIEOER FINK. 412 Con-
gress I'.uildlng, Miami. Florida, and to
file the original in Ihe office ol UJJ
Cl.rk of the abo\e Court on or before
the >th dav of September, IT.4, oi a
default "111 be entered against you.
DATED this 1Mb day of August,
**'*' K B I.EATHEHMAN.
i 'lertt of the circuit Court
Dade Countv Floi i.la
B, M C QREKN,
Deputy clerk
9/3-10 _____.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 171410
MARY LANZA. I'lalntlff.
MICHAEL LANZA. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MH'HAEI. LANZA
16*". Easl. Ii.sler Road
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint fur Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy *f your An-
wer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney, and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before the
7 .lav of September, ItM; others
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
agalnsl you.
Dated this 4 day of August. 19.4.
E B. I.EATHEI'.MA.N,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: I. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk In I
QEORGE J. TALLANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fla,
I I 11-30-27______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. |N CHANCERY. No. 171511
NANCY OI.ICK, Plaintiff.
\ -
Pl'RToN <;j,ICK, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: BIRTON CLICK
M2S Hth Avenue
Bilvei Springs, Marjland
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against >ou, and you
are herebj required to serve copy
of your Answer to the Itlll of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's Attorney, and
file the original Answer In the offll
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
or before the 14th day of September,
ItM; otherwise, the allegations of sail*
Bill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed against you.
Dated this day of August, 1954.
E It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: I. SNEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk l-eal)
GEORGE J TALIANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for i'lalntlff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla,
8/13-20-27 'J-i
(Seal)
I 20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATALIES OF MIAMI, at 23. L.
n^rwR^'^rk^f^rc^R
CV,urtoff>adeCon,v.|;n..rub.
NATALIE N COLLN
/13- SO- 27 /
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
l> R. BAR. at 05 K.W. th Ave..
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MAI'DE B. BITTNER. Sole Owner
KESSLER OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17S2 W. Flugler St.
S/0-13-20-27__________
f
n
in t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 30013-A
In lie: Estate of
HERMAN BENJAMIN. Dffased
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HA VINO CLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST BA1D ESTATE:
You and each of >oii, are hereby
notified and required t" preaenl any
claims and demands which jrou. Of
either Of yOU. mav have aalli-t Mi"
asute ol HERMAN BENJAMIN
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida.
,,, the Hoi ible Count) Judges
i,.,,i,. county, and fib- the same
,,flues In the Count) Cc
House in Dade County, Honda with it
eight calendar months from the date
of the Hist publication hereof, said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
I, mi..... t.. and present*] as afore-
said oi sun.- im be barred
p.,,, \ igusl I x n 19..3.
I, HIS ZIMMON
IRVING BENJAMIN
As Executors of the List Will
and Testament of
HER MA N BENJA MI Vb ^
AARON M. KANNER
Attorn*) for Executors
hoielaml Bldg. Miami. Fla.
S/-t-10-Z7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
IRENE SHOPS, at 1620 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOLA ANN. INC.,
a Florida corporation, sole owner
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
42ii Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
I.1-20-27 9/3_____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flititiou- names of
FOX'S INN FOX'S RESTAURANT,
al MM So. Dixie Highway, Miami,
tint Idas Intends to reglstei -aid name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
H1KADE & HACKENBERG CO.. INC.
Sole Owner
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Apple ant
1518 W Flagler St., Miami
IS-lO-tl S/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAYERS and ROBBIN8, al 1102 Con-
n.-- Bldg., Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
I. R MAYERS, Side Owner
I 10-17 9/3-10.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage th
.- under th.- rlctltloui name ",
GARDENIA APARTMENTS, at MI-
144-840 Fenneylvanls Avenue, Miami
Be oh I-.'" d '. and 000-010-020 Hih
Btreet, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to reglater said name with the lerk
of the ClrCUlt Com I of I ..ide CoUUt) ,
i lorlda.
IRVING K 'PLAN and
IDA KAPLAN, ins a re,
sole owners
PALLOT, SILVER Ml l.l."V
Attorneys for Irving Kaplan
and Ida Kaplan
s/13-20-27 I '.______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JANICE Sllops. at 6ii Miracle Mile.
Coral Gables, Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court oi Dad.- County. Floi ida.
JACK KAHN
SALLY KAHN
LEON KALI8H
Attorney for Applicants
1001 Dul'ont Bl.lg.
0 I3-2U-27 9/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.il, desiring to .linage in
business under the fictitious name of
A S DISCOUNT AGENCY, at ::7
N E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Cleik of IM circuit Court Of I'aile
County, Florida. _
ALBERT A SoNTAG
l.l'.o ACKERMAN
MAX It. SILVER
An... ney for Applicants
>2J Se\ bold Building, Miami 32, Fla.
I 10-27 :
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