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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Etapidliiaun
imber 36
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
in Lifts Three-Year Egypt Arms Embargo
Denies ADL Report of Bias
investigations at Fort Monmouth
U.Q. State Department is Pleased
With London Munitions Decision
;vealed
fated to
Files
(JTA) An
said last week-
r;i- "no basis" for
the B'nai B'rith's
Blague that anti-
le motivation for
)i 38 civilian em
>nmouth, N.J., a*
latemenl followed
secret memoraw-
to the Army by
luuary reporting
Die ADL's private
ll" -ituation at Ft.
10 000 word docu-
Neeretary of the
Steveni to exam-
fiOO civilian em-
.illation in order
let her the suspen-
pish civilian em-
its risks was the
tm it ism.
rk. the Anti-Defa-
\ igoroudjf denied
the secret docu-
Extensive excerpts
r.mdum were quot
a l.miy Branch.
Iv. paper. Original
Ipies of the secret
|l \l)l. office were
to the Army.)
the Army spokes
Jerry. Deputy Army
Israel's future fighters against the insect-borne diseases which
afflict men. animals and crops are represented among these
Hebrew University zoology students. Israel, which annually
spends approxibately one and one-half million dollars for the
importation of insecticides, is vitally concerned with the search
by Hebrew University scientists for new techniques and pro-
cesses which will make possible the manufacture in Israel of
increasing amounts of its annual insecticide needs.
LONDON (JTA) The British
Government Tuesday lifted its
three-year-old embargo on the ship-
ment of arms to Egypt. The Israel
Government was informed of the
British Government's decision, the
Foreign Office said. The State De-
partment in Washington was also
informed of the decision.
With the lifting of the embargo,
applications for war material will
again be considered in routine
fashion and under the terms of the
tripartite declaration of 1950 in
which the United States. Britain
and France pledged themselves to
maintain the status quo in rela-
tion to Middle East borders. Al-
I hough the Foreign Office said
that Egypt could now purchase "all
arms" from Britain, it could not
say whether orders placed before
the embargo of October, 1931, was
imposed would now be fulfilled
It is believed here that Egypt
will now place orders with British
armament manufacturers for jet
planes, tanks and other weapons.
In Jerusalem, Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett warned the Western
powers that their efforts to con-
solidate a. democratic defense -\ s
tern based on regional blocs con
fronted Israel with "an unprece-
dented act of territorial ostracism."
The Premier, in a 40-minute re
German Minister Urges Removing
Politics From 'Racially Alien' Hands
BERLIN (JTA) Insinuation
to exclude Jewish influence from
the country's political life, was
voiced at a public meeting here
in after receipt of that Nazis are needed in political
bn, the Secretary of | key positions in Germany, so as
>k action to check
I anti Semitism in
uth case, but "we
n our investigation"
e charges.
ha said ihe Army
as carried out last
d on Pf* 7
he was formerly floor leader in the
state legislature at Hanover, the
Lower Saxony Minister of Eco-
nomics avoided mention of the
word "Jew." However, he referred
to "racially alien elements," a de
by Hermann Ahrens. member of rogatory phrase commonly employ
the Cabinet in the state of I-ower ed in Nazi parlance to designate
Saxony. Jews and "non-Aryans." No trans-
rally convened by lation can render the pungently
Addressing a
the BHE Refugee Party, of which
Leaders Attack Policy of
ithening Arabs Militarily
(JTA) Fierce pro-
the State Depart -
of furnishing arms
states and thus en-
security of Israel
hole Middle East were
Ithis weekend as 300
|he Zionist Organ iza
pca met in a two-day
extraordinary conference of the
ZOA National Administrative
Council.
Addressing a Sunday session, |
Mortimer May, president of the
ZOA, called upon American Zion-.
ists to "speak out in loud and clear :
voice" against the State Depart-
ment policy which he called "un-
fair to Israel, dangerous to peace
and stability in the Middle East
and harmful to America's inter-
ests in that part of the world He
ridiculed the State Department s ;
contention that it was arming the
Arab states as a bulwark against
Communism.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair ;
man of the ZOA National Execu.
tive Committee and a member of;
the Jewish Agency executive.
charged that the Administration in
Washington as a whole i* rcspon
stole for the pro Arab policy of
the State Department. He assert
ed that "things have gone too far
render the
anti Semitic flavor of the expres-
sion, but "ethically alien forces"
or "racially alien elements" comes
closest
In an apparent effort to explain
why formerly prominent Nazis do
not heed the well-meaning advice
to keep in the background for a
decent interval before elbowing
their way to the center of the
political stage, Ahrens told the
BHE audience: "We have recog
in 1945. but we returned to it be-
cause there was no other choice."
The Cabinet Minister's candor in
referring to Nazis as "we" may be
due to attacks directed against him
in a recent election campaign by
neo-Nazi extremist Adolf von Thad-
den, a member of the last Bun-
destag, who charged that Ahrens
failed to represent Nazi interests
properly, even though he had been
elected as a Nazi and with Nazi
votes. Ahrens had joined the Nazi
Party as early as 1931. After the
war, the British considered him
so dangerous a security risk that
they interned him in a camp for
Nazi activities during a two-year
period.
In Frankfurt, more than 2.000
militant Nazis, at a rally near Kas-
sel, meanwhile this week voiced a
nized that politics may not be left | demand for indemnification pay-
in the hands of racially alien ele- ments for time spent in internment
ments. We left the political stage Continued on Pag* 10
view which opened a debate on
foreign policy in the Knesset, bit-
terly assailed completion of the
Suez Canal Zone evacuation agree-
ment "without any vestige of con-
cern for the security of Lsrael" and
denounced the provision of arms
to Egypt.
"We have been in grave situa-
tions before," Mr. Sharett told the
Parliament, "and we will be able
to endure new trials, but we shall
not exempt from responsibility
those who, by their policy, may
bring nearer or aggravate these
ordeals. In close contact, and
against the background of the
world's common destiny, we will
warn them against their line of
action which upsets the balance of
strength in the region."
Mr. Sharett who also holds the
post of Foreign Minister, divided
his survey of Israel's international
position into two sections the
situation resulting from the Anglo-
Egyptian agreement on the Suez
Canal Zone, and the current trend
of LTr.ited States policy, "the In-
evitable result of which is the
widening of the military gap be-
tween Egypt and Israel."
He told the Knesset that Israel,
first and foremost, must rely on
th,? people of Israel and on the
support of "millions of our fellow
.Jews u ho will stand by us in our
struggle and will continue to sup-
port us with brotherly hands."
Mr. Sharett declared that Israel
does not "begrudge Egypt this
memorable achievement" the
agreement for British evacuation
but he raised the question whether
Egypt is "really fit for this respon-
sible status and the honorable task
of guarding the Suez Canal on be-
half of the entire world."
He pointed out that no guaran-
tees had been invoked that Egypt
would honor international obliga-
tions. Israel, he said, was not
aware of any concrete guarantee
given, or even asked of Egypt, to
ensure her compliance with the
United Nations Security Council
decisions on free passage of the
canal.
"We have exposed and will con-
tinue to expose the delusion and
the absurdity of giving arms to
those states for the sake of defend-
ing democracy." he continued.
"How can democracy be upheld
where it does not exist?"
In Washington, the British Gov-
ernment's decision to lift its three-
year-old embargo on arms ship-
Continuod on Paf 7
Immigrants Hold Mass 'Rescue* Meeting
Tunisian Premier Seeks Rapprochement
Tl'NIS (JTA) Tahar ben Am-
mar, new Premier of this French
protectorate, declared today that
it has long been his aim to bring
about "rapprochement between
Jews and Moslems in the Tunis
ian nation." and that he would
continue in that effort.
Premier ben Ammar declared
been his intention to in-
*rtlm Ma,
, elude a Jew in his cabinet. How
and are getting out of hand Ne.th ; ever, since that had proved im-
er the President nor the Secretary p^bi,, up to now. he added, he
of State can be absolved of re- ^ -made certain" that a Jewish
when a reshuffle or enlargement
of the cabinet takes place." There
are about 80,000 native Jews "of
the Tunisian nation" here, in ad-
dition to 20,000 French Jews.
The Prime Minister expressed
his appreciation for the many
messages of good will he received
upon accession to office, and add-
ed: "The message that touched
me most, however, was the one
brought to me in person by Dr.
M. L. .Perlzweig, the director of
the international affairs depart-
ment of the World Jewish Con-
gress, on behalf of his organiza-
tion. They greeted me on this
historic mission' to which I have
been called. I know of no better
appreciation possible for my ef-
forts to bring about rapproche-
ment between the Jews and the
Moslems in our nation."
(In Tel Aviv, meanwhile,
cal thousand immigrants from
North African countries held an
open-air mass meeting to demand
the early rescue of all Jews from
North Africa on a mass scale, and
their transfer to Israel. The meet-
ing was held under the auspices
of a newly organized group call
ing itself the North African New
Immigrants Association.)



I


PAGE 2
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FRIDAY. S
^PTEMBU,
Army Denies ADL Bias Charge
employei al ,nt'
Continued from Page 1
.quentlv pointed out that it was technical civilian
! significant" that in the same let- base
February or March, did not ex- ter tne Department of the Army "For this r.-.i-ni. s<
stronsh recomnie
,. moat without exception in Jews I activity of the Sen.t,
came lansely fr""1 ,he collateral | Subcommittee on i4
The AOL dlsclosei
cording to that letter, on the basis s,,tlll,,nt communication, on Julj 7,
_r __ :_J_______l-_. :______;..: I*.. i ... ii .L.. M\I
curitj officer in question,
rned. required I
of an independent investigation by th(, Armv ha(, deacribed the ADL eryone else comerne. <
the Army of the possibility of reli-' mvmum[Aum as a "verj excellent, full .....naUon^of all the per,
gious bias at Ft. Monmouth. The exhaustjve and candid stud) of the nel file* ''' r'
ADL was not informed and was Mllliltl,m ,,t Ft. Monmouth" The was the critical ia<
never able to ascertain whether
the Army had. as requested by the
ADI-. examined the files of the
600 civilian employes. This exam
ination. according to the ADL.
would have determined whether
supervisory personnel at Ft. Mon-
mouth had treated the cases of
Christian employes differently
from Jews and whether one super-
visor had failed to process for ac-
tion cases involving Christian em-
ployes where the adverse informa-
tion respecting them "was virtual-
ly similar to the adverse informa-
tion he accumulated with respect
to Jewish personnel."
A statement by the ADL subse
Dr. Schneider
Named to Group
Southeast Florida Optometric
Association's president, Dr. S. G.
Schneider. Miami Beach has be in
: allied a member of the American
Optometric Association's depart-
ment ni public information.
Appoint d by Dr Samuel I.
Brown, "t Fostoria, <>_ president
ni the AOA, Dr Schneider is the
iir-t South Florida optometrist
ever named to tin- department.
The Miami Beach vision special
i-t i- president ol the International
Academy (it (Iptometric Contact
Lens Practitioners and secretary
of the Florida Optometric Associa-
tion and editor of the stale group's
bi-monthly journal, the "Florida
Optometrist
Dr. Schneider also is past presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Jaycees
and the Miami Beach Optimist
club.
ADL also noted that Mat Gen
Kirke B Lawton, retiring com
mander of the base, had praised
the report.
We believe that the American
people are entitled to the answers
to the questions which our report
did not answer and which only
the Army can." the ADL declared.
The ADL. in a summary of con-
clusions contained in its memoran-
dum, said this weekend that "we
found sufficient evidence in addi-
tion to persuasive hearsay to con-
clude that one kej security officer
at the installation was personally
anti-Semitic." This officer was
considered to have followed "a
consistent pattern of delays and
other dilator] tactics in clearing
Jewish employes, bul is expedi-
tious when it came to non-Jewish
employes"
The ADL pointed out thai il
unable to prove that the anti-
Semitism ol tin- ke) securitj ol
ficer was a motivating factor in
initiating the suspensions he stim-
I." It noted tli it the an
to the question could onlj have
bet n i.bt.lined b\ careful examina-
tion ol the files "i each l the mxi
The AD1 statement noted a fur
ther conclusion thai "the estab
luihed criteria for securitj evalu-
ation are so without safeguards
thai malicious rumor and the most
careless hearsaj can be the basis
for suspensions and lossol security
clearances
n,e statement also stressed th<
a.ion that "the unMrtunah
public impression that communism
was rampant among the suspended
civilian personnel at Ft. afon
mouth, and that it W1S rooted al
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mist Leaders Attack
American Arab Policy
Liber man
Meyer, Abe
lontinued from Ptr 1
,ve long clung'U> sill, -that ihis>MkI,>i
Jsidcd policy in the Middle
been the work of our
fchelon officials while, on
J,..i level of the State De-
t and the Administration
rfle, friendship and concern
Pl continue unchanged. But
,.. longer console ourselves
L, comforting thought," Dr.
|n declared.
L Shiloab, Israel Minister
Ejnited States, addressing
man is
led Chairman
Iniment of a synagogue
l,r in preparation for the
loh Days at Congregation
ib has been announced by
lorn-. B/
c Uber-I
Irhairman.
I vuth hiral
lid Whit-
Meyr.
tenet and
nhen
barge of|
linn- for
bid:iys 'n ~
| "4ue
are
ILerner, Leo
Malvin Knglander, Hyman
IA I Safra. Louis O. Bloom-
lumiel Knedlander, Jack
ad Louis Shafkin.
eating committee meets
] (he synagogue from 9 a.m.
Joins Hebrew
lemy Faculty
Kact, Jewish educator of
gion. DC, has joined the
|ei the Hebrew Department
Hebrew Academy, Rabbi
Bcr s. Grots, principal, re-
Ithls week.
Be I'll three years, Kast
In an Instructor in Hebrew
V< and Bible at the Hebrew
fc. in Washington, one of
I day schools in the coun-
ts that, he was engaged
roctor at the Yeshiva of
h. Brooklyn, N.Y., and Ra-
Ne Vork City.
Iduate of Hebrew Teacher's
* at Y< thiva University and
in College, Kast also serv-
Jthe Armed Forces for a
| is the author of several
n Hebrew grammar and
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the conference, declared "the de-
velopment of economic stability
and democracy are the most urgent
unA vital goals in the Middle East,"
ThlM- goals.-.bf-'AJntMuM. "will
not be achieved through an arma-
ment race in the area. Neither
will they be achieved if the lead-
ers of the Arab world harbor the
belief that they can gain the friend-
ship of the Western world leader-
ship without abandoning their poli-
cies of boycott. Blockade and bel-
ligerency toward Israel."
In his address, Mr. May announc-
ed that the ZOA is undertaking a
thorough overhaul of the public
relations and information machin-
ery of the organization. The ZOA
president further announced the
establishment of a new Department
of Public Information, which will
operate as a single overall instru
mentality for conducting the public
relations work of the ZOA, and in
which will be integrated a number
of ZOA committees and depart-
ments. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will
serve as honorary chairman of the
new department, Dr. Leon I. Feuer
as chairman, and Harold P. Mason
as executive vice chairman.
Lodge Initiates Largest
Class in History
Maccabee Lodge No. 182, Knights
of Pythias, Tuesday initiated the
largest class in its history.
In the receiving line were
George Alboum, chancellor com-
mander; Harry Mentor, vice chan-
cellor; Sam Avins, prelate; Philip
Jacoby, financial secretary; Harry
Tamarkin, treasurer; Robert Avins,
master-at-arms; Ralph Robin, inner
guard; Lester Cline, outer guard;
David Collins, master of works;
and Irving Kaufman, lodge deputy.
Trustees are Dr. Morris Schwartz-
berg, Morris Laster, Harry Rubin-
stein, Joseph Bass and Albert Zcit-
zew. Secretary is Al Roth.
Samuel D. Gershovitz, of
New York, executive vice
president of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, has been
named 1954 recipient of
Aleph Zadik Alarph's "Sam
Beber Distinguished Alum-
nus Award." Selection of Mr.
Gershovitz was made this
week by delegates attending
the 31st international conven-
tion and Leadewhipi Training
Institute of Aleph Zadik
Aleph, boys' group of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion, at Starlight, Pa.
Auxiliary to Meet
Greater Miami Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold a pre-holiday board meeting
and brunch on Tuesday, September
7. 11:15 a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel.
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thi^ week as new spiritual leader
at Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center.
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Sperer received his AB degree at
City College there and his Rab-
binical degree at Yeshiva Hebron.
He has been active in Zionist af
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director of the Brooklyn Zionist
Youth Community. During the
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Sperer served as mediator on the
Round Table of the Air. .He has
also assisted the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in its teach-
er workshop on Human Relations
at Florida Normal College.
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Hold Officer Election
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elected president of the Temple
Israel Youth Group at its meeting
Sunday.
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president; Barbara W'asserman,
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was shown after election, and a
diacuasion led by Rabbi Joseph
Narot followed.
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Friday, September 3, 1954Numfaer ^
Elul 5, 5714
British Arms Embargo is Lifted
The British qovernment Tuesday lifted its
three-year-old embargo on the shipment of
arms to Egypt. Many possible explanations
are involved in this move.
London is an experienced hand ct interna-
tional maneuverinq. Embarrassment in any
game whose staftes are the balance of power
does not automatically eliminate her as a con-
tender. This has principally been our own
naive alternative, but the venerable British Em-
pire continues to take the long range viewpoint
;n matters of foreign policy and to remain un-
disturbed by temporary setbacks.
London's embarrassment in the Near East
since the end of World V/ar II has bee-i th
fold: an incorrigible Foreign Minister, the late
Ernest Bevin, forced the loss of the Pah ll
mandate and placed an emerging Israel and
England at sharply opposing sides; the Anglo-
Iranian oil dispute resulted in the nationc
tion cf Iran's giqantic oil refineries and the
placsment of Eri.ih control there; the Suez
Canal base is pledged for evacuutic.
the coming elevervmon'h period.
Seemingly, this iecves London with no
parent toehold in the Near East and w
to say in the matter of policy there. Closer
examination, however, will show that B:.
hes assumed the tacitly theoretical, i! not prac-
tical, position of "loyal opposition" to America's
"new look" and the displacement of U S. favor
toward Israel with Arab interest; indeed. Prime
Minister Sir Winston Churchill in Washington
reaffirmed his identification with Zionism at a
time when such identification embcrrassed our
nation's leadership. If his words have not been
backed up by deeds, at least the diplomatic
effort is unquestioned.
Govern-
has
Close to two years nf negotiations and plan-
ninq for the establishment of a single Jewish
national and international miqration agency
are now complete. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, United Service for New Americans and
the miqration services of the Joint Distribution
Committee consolidated this week into a single
agency to be called United Hias Service.
We recall with pride the role of HIAS in
American-Jewish history during the past dec
ades; indeed, there are many citizens among
us who can point to that aaency and its role
in having affected their tiansfer from numerous
European lands here during the early 1900"s
and in havinq made more pleasant and digni-
fied their transition from alien [n naturalized
citizen.
The role of HIAS in New York City, the port
of entry to the United States tor so many mi-
grants, will remain for a long time to come
intimately associated with Jewish settlement in
this nation.
Even so will it he for USNA and the migra-
tion services of JDC which, although funda-
mentally "contemporary" aqencies. brinq to
mind the vast wave of movement by refugees
from the terrors of war and racial oppression.
Founded to deal with the more specific needs
of a specific type of migrant, these organiza-
tions contain in the pages of their history heroic
examples of rescue and rehabilitation of a dif-
ferent sort from those of HIAS but nonetheless
as exalted in purpose.
Now these organizations are merqed into
one. and the spirit of Jewry's concern for its
brothers will be symbolized by United Hias
Service. The merqer. performed on a qlobal
scale, was promoted by the leadership of com-
munities throuahout the world with an eye
toward consolidatinq activities, eliminating
duplicative proqrams in seeminaly varied
plans for immigration and affecting budgetary
savings.
The new, sinqle aqency has a distinguished
record, established by its joint predecessors,
to emulate. With the needs of the potential
citizen ever in its mind, it will continue a serv-
ice lonq since carved upon America's open
door to the oppressed as an example of man's
humanity to man.
Also apparent is that Her Majesty's <
men. by virtue of subsequent negotiation. Iras
dually reestablished ..self in cUj*
financial favor so far as Irons **-
terna i
virtually reestabl
financial favor sc
are concerned. Agreements *"*
year period portend gigantic British profits
lhThe Suez issue remains almost singular as
an area in which London has not yet mended
it. prestige in the eyes of Near f^***
The announcement this week that the
year-old embargo is to be lifted represent
land's first step in an intricate*, "
astateofra] port with 1
Col. Nasser. ,
At st
charge in British

But in

irently con-
- m to:
Of I
Each
.
hand in I
isels de"
i tissue cf ti pie alliances
with Egypt. Is: U.S. |eous-
ly obvious osi simple ob it only
another
thrcuqhout the v;c:ld du
We shall, indeed hav< i .ved at a n<
in human I
vate nations as they are, presumably, sup-
posed to motivate individuals,
U, ip; n
ry moves in I
Th lt Top leaders in the field o! Jewish education
joined this week in a reauest throughout the
nation for parents to enroll their children in a
religious school. Educators in Miami have also
expressed the hope that you.
become students in one of our mc: .
local schools.
We join these leaders in affirming that hope.
It seems to us that an intimate knowledci
their heritaqe has been principally responi
for the survival of the Jewish people during .he
ages of their exile. Known as the "Nation of
ihe Book," we would be denying our most es-
sential characteristic and our most s.
reason for beir.a if we failed in the clear duty
of perpetuating this heritage.
There can be no other path opsn for us than
to instill into the hearts and consciences of our
youth a deep understands of end intimate
respect for the meaning of Judaism to
vidual development and the place cf Jev
values in the world at large. In this wav
can best serve ourselves and others by ex-
ample.
, Religious schools in Mian-.: are now p.-epar-
mg their educational facilities for the 'all so
Tter-,KGUuded by 'heSe m0!lves' -
thrmM Fe ren,sheri
their children so .ha. .hey may lea, lhe'
dignity of Jewish teaching and ,.s relatic
human survival and achievement.
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B.- C-MON H. RIFKIND
vi iher periodi too in <>ur his-
,, have been tearful. And un-
,l ,ii [ear, we have been
i, mpted into foolish and ignoble
.. During the Civil War. (or ex
ample, 'I"- nation adopted unnec
rvsanfo stringent loyalty proced-
rh .. were stimulated, cur-
joUSIj also b) a Senator
from V im onsin and tuck the form
nn loyaltj oaths, Investi-
gations For almost a quarter-cent-
im men were barred from public
, e "i familj tics; pen-
n denied to veterans who
ihe "iron clad' toy-
and ill Hi ni w familiar
p nsible Invest!
. mmitti' was inflicted
v r-rica Not until lS't-t did
il suspicion ind calumny
, In -mil mortal
a that
re] at these
I -| hi re i- no i lion i ul
.. li, beet i
- linglj
..> which
and "ur
i not whethi r
but hov m h i i
he iafa
uui head in tne
.1 wise
Udren with
nal appraisal
ul |l i i the d ingcr and its
i h.
iithel .' MUllt, is
: I) and in-
! couragi isl) oe
lequate to m 11 H
I can
.in army
than In the
i-r that hi
'' i and an
ecord with
i earned
ti jurist
ion who
ell I had
' b. .'
traitors wil detection th in
i i 'i til
Ion and distrust, which bc
'! g<> -ip in pi
undismayed and unintimidated in
eve thai th .i commu
in'. i in process ol die-
eat ii mm begins to
I
m-conformity with
reed political ai well
i'u- u a mark ol disaffec-
I'hen denunciation, without
ration ur backing, takei the
place ol evidence; when- ortho-
dox) chokes freedom o! diaaent;
(aith m the eventual su-
premacy n| r......n has hrcoaae w>
timid that we dare not enter our
lions m the open lists to win
or losi Sui li ti an a- these
solvent whu-h can eat out the 6>
thai binds the utones t<
"' thi) n i) in the end subject ui
to a despotism ki evil an any that
tbej can be allayed
""'> in i ; ,i ..- w< refuse to pro-
' on Mispleien, and .rust om
''il we have tangible
Ivii
,' I >ki n ol the right to
the I mil rVmendmenl 1 have
'ken o( the wisdom of em
til ll shield. It may well he
th.i ome ur many of the witnesses
who have kepi silent behin.t the
I "on of the Fifth Amendment
Ivisedlj or perhaps seen
rhi important aspect
civil liberty i, that the
n, whether to act wi.scly or
""ii-tii> in thai n gard, is not eon
"ted to the authorities but to the
(iti/i n
i adverted to the em
'""" lo whuh one might
Institution to which he is
attached, an organization of which
mber bj his.plea ..t the
i-i th Amendment I have not dealt
witb tnai because it hi -, private
'"'" not a public, legally
ponsibllity, and I
r.lVi'i .''" dpal'"K here only wMfe
Kith r'rtyJA'""' *h"i,1<-"1-h-
ruin Amenoment may well be un-
der ,n oblation to wver his re-
. '' an insUtulinn to which
to rely and do reh m .k
stitutional '" *
"At,
Ctlll mm '"' ,i,',"""" m;,> ri'"-' injury But
Ml m mportant link on Hobor Oay-,9J4 ^^l V^'.iSt
nollj innocent men are privileged
Uhewlae. i llMll|d
agreement clear that c2
committee ""fjj
to perform a,,.! ,,%&
M our governmental JkL
things Th, r, ,;, mangj|
stances of Ctv-n ^.ma3
hM which have renderJ",
service to our country us*.1
t>een saying i> th.,t'connJi-
committei .'fncws?!
Government must render bJ
to the due proci ,,t \M?l
law of the Ian
of liberty, tn our c
privileges: in other ots,
congressional i "inniiUefs,
under the law and not aw
The true functn ,, ,,( con(^
committees m i 'nductiEi
gationa is to learn th.. info,
"v them i>|
ing legislation it not |nelrj
to substitute (ot ;,ttnmMt,
for district attorneys. |or
tivea or pohc on, whiict1
course ol ., rmatal
eaanry (or 1< .-... J
pose a eondit ,,..;J1
their functi
even horrid i it
opinion, ir.
purpose of ...- .
historicali> '*' < *
rm ht ol om
When I
lional i hjvj
abridging thi ; iiixTtwal
citizena I di
inl
Ihe recent ( Mfl]
Axmj and i ''">(*
te, tO" -^j
. inn of tx hat atl
iher.' w.i- thi
Senator had
mihtarj i:
the main
h i
constitutional
with enci upon i
tional Ifbertii |
eaa ot law
In my \ ii
eongrcssioi .. J
snhd ground
pretends t" ., iurt.il
It ll not ., ;
tern end tie i ins aei
try citizen i hen it Ua
by tryin .
which are
aun'i accu i
confront hi "
imii
who do accu
no right i" |
hiv om ben > i when hu^
i~- till need
only to gi\ e stj
to speak In- rhamfaS
when the pi : -pd-(jj
CM lit |>i li i
political, profi
life- is not b) lJ
sanctioned b) law and inSST
beUeve, is pi : '*'
stitution beca
stitutes a bill ul .M.iUiiVr
V hen a i bfhnai
this manner i
cording it- witm -< the oat I
eaa of law
What can yen and Iiloabssj
The first step I lievi >-"J
sure that we ui.-1. r-t.md waafj
responsibihl> In Th?Li^
fact seems to I bees f1-1
recent month Im "ir jt.rawl
dramatise tin situation '"T
focusscd attentioi on a^mi
dividuals The fact U ""''
Congressman-ami tWJ
whoconduci
the agent ol tl j
Mouse ot Repn
cipal is the Senati or tne its-
ResremaUtivi nd Haeii
are resp Under the t ii"'* 'Jj
dutv of Senator- and R-'P^l
lives tO -I' """^
have in ..< i u"n 'Ji
stitution Even -nemfcr "'
grrss. Ilk.' '^Jif
to support the n-ti.ulK*,
ISntheCoi rcssnajss
IxMJy. it seem- io for each citi/en to mf,rl
his represent..'im- tn t
them partl> "^"'^a
transgress,,.n- '"""".wjf
mitteea f the i""- Va
are members I et tn
vnu down with tne
your compl-mt ""T1,'!^*!
duct of e particular ^Bg#r|
gressman. ami that thocS
anything alx"" rt \m
you should m.iK, tn* |
that you expe.-i th.-- Ji
Second. I N>>"*L0k
member that the ""f^Jf
only as strong as-he "vg
it receives from lh'/2|
defend it When the ^
the rights conferred b>
,Conllnud on '*
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[AY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1954
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PAGE 5
IAS-USNA Merger Complete
\ vo|{KClose lo two years
filiations and planning (or
tablishment of a single Jew-
tional and international mi
ncy were culminated
,ck with consolidation of the
Immigrant Aid Society
i, I'nited Service for New
cans (USNA) and the mij'.ra
ervices of the Joint Distrihu-
mmittee (JDC), into a new
called United HIAS Serv-
i*
Touster, last president" of
who has been elected first
lent of I'nited HIAS Service,
[need the consummation of
pnsolidation at a press con-
held here in the agency's
headquarters, at 425 Lafay-
|t The agency became opera-
tollowing a brief ceremony,
which New York State At-
Gcneral Nathaniel Gold-
presented to Touster. Walter
iringer, first chairman of the
kency't executive committee,
frthur Creenleigh, executive
|or a framed facsimile of the
I; of consolidation which
len-Zion Shot to Death
was filed with the Secretary of
State in Albany.
Merger of the Jewish migration
services, performed on a global
scale, was prompted by Jewfao
communities throughout the world.
Aereemont on proposals for the
j merger was first announced on Jan-
uary 28 at a press conference held
, in the New York office- of the
Council of Jewish Federations tnd
; Welfare Funds, which was chaired
[by Edwin Rosenberg, national ly-
i known Jewish communal leader
, who initiated the merger negotia
tions in September, 1952.
The new single agency is expect-
ed to give better and more expedi-
tious service to migrants and to
eliminate duplication and overlap-
( ping in the field of Jewish migra-
I tion. This step was hailed by Tous-
ter as "one of the most significant
developments in American Jewish
organizational life."
HIAS. during its 70-year exist
ence. played a role in the lives of
nearly every Jewish family in
I America and countless thousands
j overseas. USNA, and its predeces-
sors, in resettling Jewish refugees
and displaced persons during the
comprehensive welfare program
| ever undertaken in this country on
behalf of immigrants a program
which reached into every commun-
ity in this country
At the first meeting of the I'nit-
ed HIAS Service board of director-,
which is composed of 80 former
HIAS directors, and a similar num
ber designated by USNA. Green-
leigh, former USNA executive di-
' rector, and widely-known aulhority
in the refugee and migration f.eld,
was appointed executive director,
to head the operations of the new-
agency in all parts of the world.
The budget of HIAS, which for
1954 was set at two million do!
lars, is being covered by contribu-
tions from its vast membership and
by grants from Jewish welfare
funds throughout the United States
and abroad. The approximately
$600,000 budget of USNA and the
| estimated $1,500,000 budget for the
' JDC migration services this year
are covered by allocations from
the UJA. Beginning with 1955,
however, United HIAS Service will!
raise its funds independently
through contributions from indiv-!
iduals and allocations from Jewish '
f
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USalem* Was Miamian past 20 >'ears- carried out the most federations and welfare funds tions.
In a ceremony inaugurating United HIAS Service, newly-
merged Jewish national and international migration agency,
New York State Attorney General Nathaniel Goldstein (second
from right) presents a facsimile copy of the certificate of con-
solidation filed in Albany, to officials of the organization. Re-
ceiving the certificate are Ben Touster (second from left), elect-
ed first president of the worldwide agency; Walter H. Bieringer
(left), chosen chairman of the executive committee; and Arthur
Greenleigh, executive director of the agency'.- global opera-
Samuel Ben-Zion, former
leader of Miami Beach
(enter and a resident of i
1 reel, was shot to death
\ Frida) evening services'
pertinent building he
Jerusalem.
|h Dr Ben-Zion was his son-
uhn is reported critically
Jed in a hospital
luncement of the spiritual
h was made here Sun-
his cousin. Mrs. Pauline
ol 121 2nd ter. Di Lido
prding to reports. Dr. Ben-
i.i- attacked by three killers.
]>: whom have already been
niled Israeli police indi-
Ih it the murder came hard
|t heels of a disagreement
?n Dr. Ben-Zion and one of i
lliants
fici and interment were at-
liy thousands of persons in I
The spiritual leader
Miami Beach last April and '
i| sessions of the Southern '
I National Jewish Welfare
convention.
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JMPAY.gna^.
Bible Translation Shown Faulty
land hasted not to come forth
about a while day And there was
no day iik.- thai before it 01
Critics of the Bible. In their at- j, that the lord Bhould hi
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implored the Lord for a i
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tempts to behttle and show up the Uo the voice of an Isfa fortneu>ra ,h iP,| nly one
Hebrew document as being unsci- fought for teael ,A|.,, the
entific, never tail to point to verse- ,{v careful examinaUon ol thn
2 14. in Joshua Chapter 10. which. ,llU ,,;,....,... u huh is found DCTU InmAFi PllNi* OCf* Itl
s translated, have "the sun stand- r.,,0(l from the rest ot the chanter iiiU||. fi,r _,, ;l > In DC 111 IvIiHUL VVRU .\ tllA II
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other words, Ihe sun remained hid-
den i hind the dark clouds It was
a sunless da)
Hence, the statemenl "The sun
stayed in the midst of heaven' be-
comes understandable The He
brew word "bechatei" (in ""'
midst) ha- its derivation from
"chatxah." which means "to part
or "divide asunder" Thus it is
more feasible thai the reference is
-till." bv white -pair- in the li
Now, does the original Hebrew the whole context of Joshua 10. we
really say that "the sun stood must come to these conclusions:
still?" The answer ia definitely. No. Joshua and his army, marching
The Hebrew word rendered into cautiously along the IS rugged and
stand still" is "dom." Literally it difficult miles in the silent Pales-
means "be dumb" or "quiet." The tinian night, reached the vicinity
text as literally translated reads: of the enemy's slumbering camp
"Then will Joshua speak to the I at Gibon just about dawn.
Lord, in the day when the Lord; Fearing that the impending rise
giveth up the Amorites before the j of the sun might reveal his jp
children of Israel: and he said in proaching movements before Is-
the sight of Israel: Sun, upon Gib-lrael had the chance to attack the |(| (h|, horizon rather than to the
on. be dumb, and thou, moon, in I sleeping Amorites. catching them y^jdjan of Gibon.
the valley of Ajalon. And the sun j thus completely off-guard, | Wni](, 1h,.r,. ,. nihing in the ;
became dumb, and the moon stood, Joshua did what many of his pre- wh)|(, cnapter directly indicating
until a nation will avenge itself decessors and successors had done )h(, (.Xi((., 1|m0 lhj, ,,^hua implor-
upon its enemies. Is this not writ- By the grace of Divine Providence, ^ ,.1(>n,ents to aid his cause.
ten in the book of Jasher? And the he succeeded in enlisting the aid mhin_ m ,,, .xt pjnts ,0 tho
sun stayed in the midst of heaven, of the elements; he charged the ^ (^ ^ H ^ im|ped g
--------------------------------------------------------..-------- dark and cloudy day from the very
outset is evidenced by the fact that
the sudden rout of the enem> wa-
occasioned b) I terrific torm of
literal stones as well as hailstones,
as the record shows This in itself
dismissed the idea held by many
that the sun was shinnii: from the
"midst ol heaven in the accepted
term
Evidenci lo tl thai the
battle endi i the nor-
mal sunset, we find in
27, winch m ike it cli ar that the
five i nen j kii
the trees nil evenii N till
evening" certainlj Indicates thai
were still sum,' hours at least
in go before Ihe sun hat in- i>r.>k-
en through the clouds later in the
da) so as t<> further help Joshua's
armies in routing the enem) went
down We have proof of this in
verse 27 which state- And it
came to pass (namely, later oni. at
CORNER 40th ST. ana1 PRAIRIE AVI.
Temple Beth Shoiom Biltmore Production
Men Schedule Function Attracts Crowds
Jack A Abbott, president of the i From all indications. Jay Robin-
Men's Club of Temple Beth Shol son in "Night Must Fall." the cur
ura, this week announced the rent stage presentation at the Bill
group's annual summer swim and more Playhouse, will break all box
steak party at the Hollywood Beach office records tor producer Sam
Hotel on Saturday, September 4 Hirsch
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The Men's Club of Beth SholoiTl
Since Tuesdaj night's opening,
the northwi Miami Iheatn
ii, 11. a beehive h activity ith lo
cal tin.lire goers turning o
masse to see Hie new icreei
in his first stai i ance since
the star! ol his Hollyw.....I Caret r
Though "Nighl Musi Fall ran
sponsors the youth program ol the over a year in London, and enjo)
congregation. ed success also in its Ne* Vork
staging, the play was act
ahead of its tune, being the lirst
to portray a psychopathic murder-
er and to study his psychological
motivations.
Mr. Robinson plavs the role of tn" "mK down of the sun. that
Dan. the bell hop turned thrill- Joshua <-'""nded and they took
nop
killer. Rhodelle Heller plays the
GMJCC Young Adults to
Mark Labor Day Here
Young Adult League of the
Town Branch Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, will cele-
brate the Labor Day weekend at
the Kingston Hotel and Yacht
Club, according to an announce-
ment this week by Abraham Roch-
stein. advisor and chaperone to the
group.
Festivities will begin Saturday tember 12.
evening. 8 p.m.. with a barbecue1 HEW YORK American I r el
S.J^lm.'d^:5?^,l,,-8ail,J,5l Beach Lodge to Conclude Shipping Co., owner's representa
lUfnt MTi.t- n r ,IV<' "f Zlm Lines, announced the
Meet With Games Party arrival here Wednesda) morning
Next monthly meeting ol Miami "f the S S Jerusalem from Haifa
Beach Lodge, 1591, B'nai B'rith, lwo days ahead of schedule at Pier
will be held Wednesday evening, Hfl- North River The companj sin-
September B, 8 p.m., at Ihe Di wwnced thai there is no chai
Lido Hotel, according to Gershon "' ""' departure date from New
them off the trees All this ex
equally difficult role ol Olivia. plalns 'hc "abouI" '" Ihe passage:
Maybelle Jalass has the pan of the And. lhc sun s,avert ,n ,h" dst
shrewish old ladv "' ,h(' heaven, and hasted not to
John Behney directs the BToduc- COme fnr,h about a whole da>' "
tion which will run through Sep- -
Ahead of Schedule
charge of arrangements is Helen
Feldman. Members will be quar-
tered in individual air conditioned
rooms at the hotel.
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NOW ON SAIE
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A well known Cantor will perform
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7 to 10 a.m., and tram 7 to 9 a.m.
Moderately Priced
S. Miller, president
After a short business mi 11
a -ocial and games parts Will take
place
Co-chairmen of the hospitalit)
committee are Irving Schftzman
and Joseph A Kogos, and commit
tee members are Joseph Epstein,
Joseph Fogelman. Abe Krankel.
| Sol s. Goldstrom, ai Hellman,
Ernest I Kass, Benj Moskowiu,
I Harry Levine, Meyer Teigman, Da
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\tain Lifts Embargo I
On Armament to Egypt
Southeast Region ZOA Convention
To Feature Leading Personalities
ed from Pago I
predicted that negotiations in
Calm for the wanting f American
Egypi wu ha|led by State mihtary ald to Egypt wou|(J ,)e
completed in about a week. He
said that with such new American
I weapons Egypt might expand its
dicated that the Mate ue- army ,(| 500000 men within a year
felt that it was enough 1 .......
In an interview published in the
current issue of U.S. News and
World Report, Premier (Jamal Ab
del Nasser of Egypt demanded that
the United States supply Kgypt
with arms, but expressed the hope
that "no pressure will be put on
ik. .specially as regards a prior
settlement of the Israel question
We will settle that problem our-
StlVW," be insisted.
State Department officials took
Issue with Israel complaints re-
garding the Suez Blockade. They
defended Egypt to a considerable
degree, insisting that Etfypt does
nothing more than exercise il-
legal right to visit sad search for-
eign shipping in Egyptian territor-
ial waters.
kntinu
lent sources. These sourc
C| uiii' emphatic on the
urn the Arab League
"assurances" from the
1 they would not use
fci- aggressively.
Ihile, B spokesman for the
Embassy in Washington
Library Begins
Activities

btemlier. the Miami Public
I .in- its fall activities.
|n library will be open on
evening and Sunday and
ic< will "Be extended from
|1, :i |i in Monday through
iaa). from 1 to 6, the li
, pen tor reading and
1 mm .icfrvities will begin
September with
111111 altyiJC uli;i and the
film -ciii's. "Music at
|l im oi recorded mu-1
be presented in the
Park BandshsJ] on Mon-
idnesday and Friday from
fcJU pill.
Author Nights, at which
H luthon will appear, will
November,
|o be Discussed
Bader, well-known attor-
(li-cu-s facets in the trial
le\ Hall and.Mrs. Mills,
he early thirties. Title of
[will be "She Escaped the
and will be heard at
summer meeting of
jf the Seven Lively Arts
ly. September 3, 8:30 p.m..
I Mi.1 Mil Beach Community
Funds Now
Realizing the importance of get'
ting immediate funds for current
polm drive. Miami Beach Chapter
of B'nai B'rith women this week
contributed $50 to the campaign.
Mis Helen Sanders, president,
pointed out: "We can't arrange a
polio party quick enough for the
emergency. So we are giving the
money first and arranging for the
party later. We hope this will be
an incentive for other groups to
do the same thing."
Ploy Published
Last minute preparations for the
convention of th.- Southeastern
Region of the Zionist Organization
of America, taking place at the
Hotel Roosevelt, Jacksonville, over
Labor Day weekend. September 3
to 5. have been announced from
the regional office m Atlanta by
Ml Helen R. Schneider, director
Outstanding personalities of the
convention will be Mortimer May.
.national president of the Zionist
Organization of America, who will
be guest speaker at the Sunday
evening banquet to be held at the
Jacksonville Jewish ('enter; Dr.
Sidney Marks, executive director
of ZOA. who will address the tor
Ml Opening session of the eon
vention on Saturday evening; Leo
I! Burson, president of the region,
who will deliver' hi- presidential
a'fflress ;,t ihe Sunday luncheon,
and Abe Tuvlm, director ol the
Jewish National Fund Foundation.
Highlights of the convention will
l" 1 Kabbalat Sh;ibb;it reception
tendtsed by the Jacksonville chap-
ter of Hadussah under the leader*
ship ol Mis [);rvid Armel and
chaired by Mrs. Barney. Margolin
Educational seminars >iwill take
place at the Oneg Shabbat on Sat-
urday afternoon and SuikI.iv morn
ing.
Ree Oft ions to delegates and
! Young Zionist Districts of the re-
gion will follow the Saturday eve-
ning session, sponsored by the
i Jacksonville Zionist District.
The banquet on Sunday evening
[ will have as one of its guests of
! honor, the Hon. Hayden Burns,
Mayor of Jacksonville. The Center
Choral Society, under the direc-
tion of Cantor Abraham Marton,
will present selections during the
dinner and a dance will follow
the banquet.
Included in the program, begin-
ning on Friday evening at 6 p.m.
with a Shabbat dinner, is a pres-
entation by the Young Judaea
direction of Mrs. Irving Bruckner
of that city.
Special ZOA worship services
will take place in the Jacksonville
Jewish (enter, Friday evening,
September 3. 8 p.m. Philip Selber,
president of the Center, will de-
liver greetings.
A record attendance is expected
from the seven states ol this re
"This Most Precious Jewel," a
playlet with music for teen agers.
written bv Svlvia Brummer. wife
of Cantor Philip Brummer, of Tem-
1 =_ em : u_._- _.,ki; t.^A groups of Jacksonville under the
pie Enianu-El. is being published <" r
by the Bloch Company of New | # .^n. ^ ^
York City, according to an an- I Miami Zionists to
nouncement here this week. j Send Delegates
Delegates from the Zionist dis-
tricts of Greater Miami are prepar-
ing for the Southeastern Region
convention of the Zionist Organiza-
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Sam Soldinger. Lila Gross, Lee
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worm. Dave Goodwin, and Sheldon
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Shore Zionist District
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+Jeistn*rldton
FRIDAY^SEPTEMug,,
Miss Brooks Weds Dental Student: Ring
For Her Ceremony is Family Heirloom
Miss Shirley Dianne Brooks mar
ried Lawrence I Brant in a 6:30
p.m. service on Sunday at the Dl
Lido Hotel Rabbi Morris Skop Ol
ficiated.
For the rites, the bride wore the
gown of chantilly lace over slipper
fatin which has become traditional
attire lor brides in her lather's
family.
Newlywed Mrs Brant is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis .1
Brooks, no N\v 40th ave, The
groom's parents are the Benjamin
Bruits, of 2475 S\V 21st st.
The bridal dress was d< si
with fan-shaped train and point on
hand sleeves Her illusion veil fell
fingertip-length from a crown of
seed pearls. Shi' carried a tin)
mother of pearl Bible covered with
white orchids and stephanotis
An heirloom wedding rum also
vas used In the ceremonj Mr-
Martin Knobel was matron of hon-
or for her Bister She chose blue
nylon chiffon.
Junior bridesmaids were Debor-
ah and Candy Blumenthal. cousins
of the bride.
Harvey L. Brant was best man
for his brother. A cocktail party
ceremony at the hotel
The newlyweds are motoring to
New York for their honeymoon
They will live in Baltimore for a
ear while Mr. Brant completes Mis
studies in the University of Mary-
land School of Dentistrv.
Births
Births in the Greater Miami area
during tb" past week Include:
Gary R., son of Mr. and Mi- Mar
tin Polk. 1950 SW 32ld pi
Susan l.ee. daughter ol Mr, and
Mrs. Alvin Schwartz, 830 Michigan
Joyce Ann. daughter Mr and
Mrs. Eugene Rosenthal, 3261 SW
.8ili ter
Kind Ruby, daughter ol Mr ami
Ars Milton Miller. 8051 SW 11th
St.
Bonn> Robin, dl : [hter ol Mr
. nd Mr- Philip I).:. n, 2798 m\
34th ct.
son ol Mr and Mr In in
I5n SW 12th -'
Sandra, daughter of Mr and
Mrs, Bruce Esplin, 8780 SW 48th
St
Larry Harvey, son ol Mi and
Mrs William Litwin, 552 s\\ 9th
St.
Barrj Stew rt, son ol Mr and
Mrs Herman Press, 15200 NE 10th
ct.
Robin Gayle, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Jerome Tali. 6180 SW
10th .st.
Susan Anne, daughter of Mr and
Mr- Joseph Krull, 74 ir. SW 30th
ter.
Mrs. Lawrtnce I. Brant
Miss Silvcrman Weds
Mr. Saul Cohen
Ann Arbor. Mich, will be the
new home ol tin- newb wedded Mr
and Mr- Saul S
ohen, mat ried
'ugusl I!' in tin'
Inn Hotel
ll .i: bor
N
..n l

Is the son of
N wG
Mi
ol hoi as In-
brother's besl
A reception al Ih i Ho
tel followed thi Ih,
couple I- tc ,i!
wedding trip
Radio Hour Change
Gross and Bimbaum Viddish
.mi tin- v.,-, k anno inci d that
beginning Sund ty. Si | 5. its
ntation will be in ard
P m over station VVMIE
Mrs. Cohen
Miss Sandra Bossak. of Miami, poses beside 96-acre Lake
Shushana at Camp Belle Aire. high in the Cumberland Moun-
tains of Tennessee. A junior counselor. Sandra is the 17-vear
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak. 3894 NW 2nd
nlr 5nnWK T5 ,his ,al1 a' Miami Se1 High School
Over 200 boys and girls, age six through 16. from 14 states
are attending Belle Aire .his year, including nine from ,he
Mam, area. One of seven counselors a. the camp from
Miami. Sandra teaches arts and crafts. She belongs to^empE
Israel and is secretary of its youth group. She is a pas seal
tary of B'nai B nth Girls and a senior direcjor of Anchor
Kvelvh Nicberg Wears Twin Sister'^
\i Home Ceremony in Miami .\i!.rns|.;'
i pijn Ruth Nieberg became url Niebers h.> ls
Mi. William Schwaivman in a 4:30 riage by lv, fa,he| *"
on Sunday, August Rabbi Morn
h ;,, .T.142 SW 5th St le.aler I 1
. ; Mr and Ml- Sam .ter. oftil
The groom k
Skop.
I
lie |
taffeta |
'hat her IwJ
Miss Merit 1. Jacobs
.liiciilis. KtfflVl'tZ
Ik'lrothal Revealed
Miss Merle Joy Jacobs and Gi i
aid Kraveti are engaged Intro
duction of the couple took place
three years ago, when Gerrj was
spending the Labor Dai weekend
al Hie Karnel Hotel. Look Shel-
drake \ v
The bride elect i- the daughter
ol Mr and Mrs Julius Jacobs of
the Karnel Hotel and 960 SM
-i Miami Mr Kravctz is of
Brooklyn, N V
A former copy girl for The Mi
Herald Miss Jacobs ; nw w i itcs
the Top- in Pops record n
column ol the Fun in I
j, xiphoi at I
versitj "i Mian i, n
li-h
She iilso t
He
Cox hi \, u
'i
both will i
I Diversity Students
Married Sim.lay
i
Del h <;a '
I Gottfi
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The bride is tl Mr
Ir- \1 i
D : G :,,
The bride's
i';i"; his
' '"' man w,. 11,.....,,,.
Gottfried -I'-'- included Melvin
,l!""'v Tallaha..... i, w ,,
;"" New York, and D I,
i.t'U 1-
A reception and d
Iheceremon) al the Ah, ],,.,,.,
Newlywed Mr- Gotl
sophomore, and the brid. room is
in In- iinal y,
School ol Architecture
1(I,i!"V'"m"'' ""' SW
loth si Miami
Bride-Kleel lVud
. '"'"> [ive friends ol bn
'"'I Muravchick feted I
; -;'"'11- luncheon held ,, g "'
"lay, Augu t 29, t ih.
Hotel Hostesse were ll
,i"'1- and M,-- I l"ul,"'h"
2Kf.....'.....-SMSfi
Mi.ss Muravchick
wedding will take ^ """
day. Septcn!!,! S?he2 S"
Hotel. dl Uu Suonj
'tit
wriejj
'andi
Mm
'"! "f h-ioar.
w uu>k|
;nl< cirnatk^J
'"l**d Mjr^l
brothfT. i
I 1
lotl th
blue silk
Mri. William Schmrimmm
ian loel Lachman, son of
Mr. and Mis. Rulph Lach-
1454 Adams ave.. Mi-
ll, will become Bar
-::; on Saturday. S*p-
ei 4, 10:15 a.m.. at Tern
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
w:'l offiaate. Nor-
u student at Both Shol-
|i0U9 School, is in ihe
ith grade al Miami Beach
hool.
d Sehwar/manl*!*?;
ave. His hrr.-h.r j
Schwarxma, ,,,sl
The hnde ,lred
Wlon net ., *h.t>t_ff
gown, with
the back
the white
wore for
An.;n '
A Wn"' bl(BH
orchid itri
semble
Matron ol ,r ftls
Brblich, !h ,,"
St I.oin M sh< a, |
a short in'
of vi!.
pink carnal ii
(ierstenteld n
a grey net dn
al*o carried ;
Ushers inci
here, the brii
Louis.
Mothers
groom wore
trimmed in beaded Ik*
ring of the groom's motheri
eel at thr ceremony
Newlywed Mr- St*
formerl.v oi Si Uiuis.
from Miami High School|
now attending the I'rue
Miami, where -he i> mx
education She i- a men
Delta I'hi l; m
Lambda I'hi service MflM
Kappa Helta Pi honors] i
fraternity
I'residei
.she is ,,! ...n for I
Teachers ol rxa
The grool
Univenit) of u :ui
he belonced {
fr.ilerni'v II
Book and
Box Thea
Also I : pi .
Omefa -r'nitv.kj
ow iis ., i: Iic'uCjI
Mr Sclv |
in the I S
With tile I I
Miami in I '
in Japan
After a on m
City and Ai "uaicj
!* at h"ii. ;
6
Bergman Iter
Mitzvali Siiiurdiiy
Philip Be,. fi
his Bar Mi" iturda
at Congre
!tor Aaron U
I ate A ice pi |
Social Hall I lip U ""'
, Mr. and Ml
He is pupi I' v
I Junior lliuh
Be litmus Si I
Tots About T
own.
IS WANTED ON THE
P"ONE: chirps wiruwm.
r?wn Mwqolit. daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. George Margol-
Beach <3ld Sl- M5mi
THIS IS MINE Gorf
smiles insiatantly *
son of Dr. and Mi*
Rose. 9850 East Bof?lf
dr.. Miami Beach.
itai.


rpTEMBER 3. 1954
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PAGE 9
[man's Troth
BteinToM
e |hal blossomed in
Hi'.'.h School between
,. > popular students,
Miu Lillian Gil-
football star Malcolm
became the festive
PERSONALLY
S P E A K fKG
Prof and Mrs. Leonard DcLonga
announce the birth of their on
Roy, on August 22 at Mount Sinai
Hospital. Mrs DeLonga is the
former Sandra Katz. The brii wai
held on Sunday, August 29. with
Rev. Abraham Sell officiating.
Prof DeLonga. whose paintings
have been hun.^ in ntimerous New
York museum-, and in galleries
throughout the nation, was last
week named chairman 01 the De-
partment of Art at T< U Wi
University
Mr and Mrs Sidney II. Palmer
are leaving Sunday lor Atlanta,
Columbia, 8.C., New York, Detroit
and Windsor, Ontai io
Mr, and Mrs. Morton Weiss, ol
1722 S\V 18th st.. announce the
birth of their son, Jeffrey, at
Mount Siml Hospital on T-uesdas
Jeffrey join- hi- three-year-old
brother, Sheldon. Grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman C> berger. The bris will be held on
August 31 at home.
Joseph Kogos. of 814 Michigan
lave., Miami Beach, is at home after
.a three-month vacation in Boston
and Cape Cod, visiting his children.
The birth of their daughter,
Laurel Gay, on August 9 at Doctors
Hospital is announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Steen. 3811 NW 58th
fleets parents. Mr. and ; p(_ LaUrei jjns her four-year-old
Oilman, of 1251 Still- sjstcr_ Sharon Leslie. Orandpar-
Mr Stem is the son of cn(s are Mr and Mrs Bcn No(o.
Mrs. Erwin Stein, 762 V||/ Ml;imi Beach, and Mr. and
j Mrs. Philip Steen. Miami.
U a sophomore at .
Miami, which Mr.
I led She is mem- MW Alto Becker, spiritual
|pha Kpsllon Phi. Mr. to*tT of the Downtown Syria-
|l | are ZeU Beta gOgW, has returned from his sum
I K ippa Psi.
Training institute (or nursery school teacher* w
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center for
Teachers from the nursery schools at Beth Dav
also attended the sessions. At the opening se
Sirkin (front row, third from left), GMJCC presi
nursery school chairman. Front row 'left to ri
Mrs. Sirkin. Mrs. Maurice Grossman, nursery
dore Weinstock and Mrs. Blair Zimmett. Back
trice Rice. Marilyn Greenberg, Roberta Epst
Pred and Mrs. Nathan L. Cohen. Not present
us conducted for two full days la3t week by the
combined staff of its thr^e nursery schools.
d Conaregation and Noith Shore Jewish Center
ssion, the qroup heard talks by Mrs. Milton
dent, and Mrs. Max Gettinger (third from right),
ght) are Marsha Harri3. Mrc. Georqe Simon,
school supervisor, Mrs. Gettinger. Mrs. Theo-
row (left to right) are Mrs. Janice Grant. Bea-
ein, Mrs. Everett A. Brower, Mrs. Stanley M.
is Mrs. Louise Cassal.
|ss lil/ion Oilmen
rden party last Sal-
ling and the announce-
iiuple's betrothal.
the .-innouncement were
\ ni luded Mr. and
hn Sti in, young Mr,
ii aunt, the Lewis
i andmotber, Mrs.
\ ,-- Betty EaCOtt,
i- in, Miss Gilman's
hti Ml Khoda Berman,
i. istein and Mis*
f: Mr and Mrs.
Ml and Mrs Paul
i. iplan, Phil Wolo-
Mr, and Mr*
:. i others,
y part) at the iil
place immediately
V Stein's induction into
in en set for the
mer vacation, during which time
he attended the convention of the
Rabbinical Council of America
held last montn in Detroit
Miss Dorfman to
Marry September 5
September 5 is the date which <
Miss Florence Dorfman and Allyn 1
J. Orbach have set for their wed-
ding.
Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack'
Dorfman. 2395 SW 26th ter. an-
nounce the engagement Mr. Or-
bach i.s the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cliff Orbach. 431 SW 73rd ave.
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will officiate
at their wedding in Congregation j
Beth El.
The bride-elecl is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
member of the Miami Young
Adults.
Mrs Louis Staffin are
h 1431 SW 13th it, |
li i celebrating Iheir 50th
i isary with their
in i hicago. The Staffins
|i and two (laughters,
:' ii and two great
Mrs Staffin is a
the Ladies' Auxil-
Jewish Home for the
\merican Jewish Con-
lr s- fiin is a manufactur-
pattresses, with factories
ni the Inited States.
&
\i I Ml Harry N. Schiff !
'in! Mrs William Hir.-tch,
Ii ch and Miami, have
[ai liimcraggan Inn, Hen-
|ll' N C, where they will
lor the next two weeRs
ft &
|'< Mrs B Weissman, of
pridian ave., are expected
September 12 from
mnrnr vacation spent at
I" Motel, South Fallsburg.
Academy Women
Launch Project
To assist in the campaign for a
new Hebrew Academy building,
the Hebrew Academy Women this
week initiated the new "Binyan
Bank Project," Mrs. Sidney Rubin-
owitz. president, reported.
The square-shape banks, espe-
cially designed for the Academy
women, will bear a pic'ure of the
future building of the Academy.
Mrs Joseph Shapiro i.s general
chairman, Mrs Benjamin Korn
iikIi is quota chairman and Mrs
Irving Rubinstein has been named
caotain for the Miami area.
Bores will be distributed to
homes throughout the Greater Mi-
ami area and neighboring commu-
nities.
Those reaching a quota of sis
fchai), will be entitled to attend
;. donor luncheon scheduled for
the early part of April.
Other captains are the Mr-
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Rackovsky, Isidore Spoiler, Irving
Firtel, Alexander Miller, Samuel
M, Grundwerg Morris Dubler. Ab
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JfUDAY. s|
Anti-Semites
Stage White
House Vigil
Washington UTA) Picked
bearing anti-Semitic signs marched
in front of the White House this
week and distributed literature
which said "Free America from
the Jews" and "Vote anti-.lt'\vish
A picket line was established in
front of the Executive Mansion
Signs were displayed reading:
"Jew-Communists and Jew-con-
trolled press are against Sen Mc-
Carthy. Please help him Other
signs said: "Defy the Jews and
Ri rton Si ~'i' gation" and "Jew led
NAACP and Jewish B'nui B'rith's
AIM. made Supreme ("cunt bai
' Mil."
The picket- said thej repri snl
eel the "Christian Am, Ji
I'..' w." organized in Atlanta by '
B sinner A special police detail
si 1 by, but the pick* tin was
allowed to continue
Application forms were distrib-
ute d bj the agitators. These forms
said "no cowards wanted," and
spelled out the program as one
designed to "send the Jew Devils
hack." The form said: "Whin the
Jews arc gone we Americans will
own rich America."
Liebman Named Chairman of Religious
Council for Miami Israel Bond Drive
attorney and a
Hoard of Governors of State
- "' Bonds, has
Of
BmbW '" *hP Bo,',' '"lines,,,,,,,." M-- S.UJ
wrote "I have seen new ~**""J
Ireater Mi,
I. Coun
, tor Israel "^-."Vii.mi quota
"t,.......,,-,, raeYB.....btbbgrijW
To date Mies are close to W ,
lirbman
Housewives Plan
Polio Benefit
Housewives Of (ireater Miami
have got together to plan a polio
benefit on September 12. 8 p.m..
at the Electrician's Auditorium.
1657 N\V 17th ave.
Entertainment will include danc-
ing, games and refreshments.
Prizes offered will include two
weekends, one at the White House
Hotel and one at the Di Lido Ho-
tel in Miami Beach.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Bernie Stauber. with Mrs. Jerald
Rosen acting as publicity chair-
man. The benefit is being planned
by mothers, most of them mem-
bers of B'rai B'rith women's
groups, under the leadership of
Mrs. David Dubov.
, All funds are for the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
f the appoint
mi, was made
ji i week by Ja-
ifa Sher, Creal
r Miami chair
man ol State oi
Israel Bonds,
who i- currently visiting Denver
slur explained thai Liebman
will correlate activities ior Ihe ap-
proaching High Hoi) Daj appeals
and will work with Rabbi Mayer
imowitz, wh has been named
Israel Bond chairman bj the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ
at inn
It is expected that plans tor the
sale ol l irael Boi ds will be studied
. bj the Miami Rabbis w hi i
ciation holds h- firs) meeting
,m Wednesday September k
At the same time, >t was learned
I that Mrs Monte Selig, chairman
|ot the Women's Division ol Israel
Bonds, will be returning to Miami
within the week, following her two
eek fact-finding tour oi Israel.
In a letter to friends here. Mrs
Selig declared herself to be "most
impressed" with the progress m
Israel during the past six years
She visited in 1948 as a member
Pioneer
launch
Charter Dance Saturday
Saturday night. September 4. 8
p.m.. the Young People's League of
Tifereth Israel Northside (enter
will hold a charter dance at the
Center They will be hosts to a
number of teen age groups from
other congregations, Music will be
offered by the YPL Band.
TV Program
Resumes Sunday
Television viewers will again see
an outstanding television program
when "You Are There" returns to
WTVJ at 4 p.m.. September 5. spon-
sored by Florida Power 4 Light Co
Readers of Radio Television'
i Daily selected the show as the top ;
documentary of the year. "Out-
' standing Educations Program" was
l the title bestowed by Ihe National
Association for Better Radio and
! Television.
On September 5. chief newsman
Walter Cronklte will dispatch his
staff of CBS reporters to get the
facts on "The Treason of Aaron
Burr." Viewers will ..... the duel
with Alexander Hamilton in which
, Hamilton was killed. Burr's denun-
ciation by his friends, his arrest
and trial in the IS Circuit Court
'at Richmond, Va.
000 mark
Pioneer Women
Plan Functions
Kadimah l hapter ol
Women's Organization wi
lts [g ion this month with
two events
Opening meeting on Thui
evening I""
.,, the Miami H, bn
lion will featun as
Seymour H Lieh
m) mbi r ol Ihe national executive
01 the Zionisl Organi: ti
Amei ; ,t"'
Board ol "' Bonds for
[srai I
I .. bman sub eel is Th,
Hei 'l Father ol Zionism "
Proceeds iron, ., luncheon card
part) sponson .1 bj Kadimah < h ip
ter on Wednesday, September 15,
12 30 p m al the Canton Restau-
rant will go for Moetzel Hapoaloth,
Israeli counterpart of the Amen
can Pioneer Women
In Israel, Moetzet Hapoaloth
number- 270,000 women and their
program encompasses agricultural
training schools f<>r youths, day
nurseries, convalescent care for
thousands and a youth village "Am
Karem" in the hills of Jerusalem,
where youngsters from more than
40 nations are brought back to
normal healthy living.
Mrs (ele Segal and Mrs. Sid
Braun are in charge of arrange-
ments Children in Israel will ben
efit from the proceeds raised by
Club I of ihe Pioneer Women's
Organization at its child rescue
fund card party on Tuesday eve-
ning, September 7. 8 p.m., at the
Blackstone Hotel
MTs Ceha Beckernan, president,
reports that Mr- Silverburg, Mr-
Leah Notkin and Mrs Bettj Schec
ter are in charge ol arrangements
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Minister Urges
'Alien' Removal
Continued from Poge 1
eamps I s Military Government
authorities considered them dan
gerous securit) threats, due ,,, the
high offices the) occupii d or the
exceptional!) fervent fanaticism
thev exhibited
Under the nan,,- of Association
of Former Internees, these Nazis
banded together to pre., their
. claims and to urge that all denazi
, "nation court convictions b, i i
' Punged from the record A qua
|tionnaire circulated prior to the
rail) asked lor the names of -form
er internment camp comrades who
now hoi.i kej positions in econom
ic life
' 'iiir.-d speak, r a Pn
Hl;"ln,tl Grimm, a prom.nenl
*' lurisl and admirer ol Hit
f*fi 1 ampaiqn
Tops SI00.000
foal total of n
"- March : Din,
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Robert I J?
lirector ai
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Emanu-El Sisterhood
'..............i';; ]'^uz
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New York Attorney Named to Faculty
Heinnrrt R*TleUher, member of ami. from 1940
I rtructed and f*f ^vMM
with the help of funds provided by
State of Israel Bonds
i.,.. New York Bar. has fatkMd the
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b) HI, llurwitz. director of
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1 lei-her was instructor for the
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SEPTEMBER 3. 1954
Emanu-EI I Oxford School,Buys
Additional Quarters
Oxford School has
+Je*lst)Tk>rknan
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;traf ion on
, School Of Temple'
17111 \\a-hm:ti>n ave.,
mistering children fr the
Uiool year in '' l|,,,,l,'w
^i. sunda) School and
ced I>r. Herman R.
j ,iii;iii of the school.
owiti this ireek mM
a boon planned to
needs of student* at all
1,\. I- "IB aildi
excellent knowledge of,
language and tradi-
-tuff i> expertly trained 1
III methods of capturing
g| of the child and mak-
Febrew and Sunday School
table and worthwhile ex-
|t which he eagerly looks
leliglona School students
tec limes weekly. Classes
raining in Jewish history
lav customs, as well as in-
acquired an
additional 200 feet of bayfrunt
property on Miami Beach to estab
lish a Kirl's residence and to make
way for the Coming school build-
in:, gee-online i" an announcement
this week hy Kabbi Abraham (a
-el. din-dor.
Oxford DM been boil; at 1204
West ;ivi\. and now will ha\e id-
ditional facilities on the estate
formerly owned by well known Mir
Reon Dr. Cayetano I'anettiere at
1254 West avc.
The large piece of property. 200 I
hy 441 feet, now gives Oxford j
School and Torah Temple almost
three acres of choice Miami Beach
bayfront land on which to build
and extend the many planned com-
munity activities which will follow
the teachings of Rabbi Cassel.
Using modern psychology as a
basis for a religious and education-
al approach, Oxford will offer
Hebrew language. | schooling in grades from kinder-
eased enrollment of girls I arten through high school with
lew
[department continues a
need during the past
he added. Children in
hd grade or above are eligi-
fnrollment and are provid-
transportation from the i oepteiTiDer lb
religious training,
Mitzvah. optional.
including Bar
Citizenship Day
BiscayM and North
Irnuntary Schools.
School is open to all chil-
:i Kindergarten through
lc ClasSOl are held for
through the sixth grade
lay mornings in two ses-
| y mornings for the sev
ill.- and above
. School mOOtl each
ionium after a breakfa-t
,nd includea loth to 12th
:h school pupils. The cur-
includes the makeup of
jtsh community, discussion
\ of importance to its
jp and the training of the
I to be Sunday School teach-
rine Nursery' 's 'n session
;>m 9 a.m. to 12 noon. In
to supervised play and
ebration of the childrens"
p, there are weekly Sab-
trties in which tote from
five years of age partici-
traditional prayers and
Transportation is provided
| from tne Temple
of education is Saul
Notice that Citizenship Day has
been changed to Thursday, Septem-
ber 16, is being sent to all civic,
patriotic, women's and fraternal
organizations participating.
Previous date had been an-
nounced here as September 17.
The September 16 ceremonies
will be preceded aa scheduled by
a 7 p.m. parade directed by Sheriff
Tom Kelly and the 8 p.m. official
program in Bayfront Park Auditor-
ium.
Citizenship Day is sponsored by
the Harvey W. Seeds Post. Ameri-
can Legion One of the invited
speakers, said Post Commander Ed
R. Greenfield, will be State Depart
ment Commander Joseph Jenkins.
Prominent in the event will be
the National Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section, and the
Conference of Jewish Women with
its 71 affiliates. Also working close-
ly with the program directors are
Mrs. Harry Rogers. Mrs. Sam Ko-
mack and Mrs. Charles Brown, of
the Miami Beach High school PTA.
Coordinator is Helen Alpert.
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Starlight. Pa., from September 1-10.
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Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will hold its annual "September Af-
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September 5, 9 p.m., at the Robert-
Riekter Hotel. In charge of ar-
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man, president, and Ona Lowe,
chairman. Assisting
ll Carol Kahn and
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JRIDAY. SE
RELIGIOUS
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m. Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will render the musical por-
tions ol the liturgy during Satur-
day morning services at 8:30 a.m.
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Bergman, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Suedos. A guest
Itabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Daily services are at 730 a.m.
and 6:30 and 7 p.m.
K
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services Bl
ices are at 8:30 am. Rabbi Shmary
ahu Swirsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: "The Dream
and the Program Cantor Rishel
[.illman will render the musical
portions of the liturgy
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 6:15 p.m. Rabhi Abraham
Sachs will preach on the Weekly
Portion
BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Saturday morning sen
ici are at 9 a m Sunday services
will be helil at 8 a.m. Daily services
are scheduled [or 730 a m. and
p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urdaj morning services are at 8:30
a m, when Rabbi Simon April will
officiate and preach on the topic:
Totalitarianism, Monarchy and
Democracy Cantor. Berele Kele-
mer will render the musical por
tions of the liturgy. Class in Mi.-hna
i- scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followed
bj Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen
ic< I at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and speakiQg on
the topic: "Jewish Pilgrim Fath-
ers." Cantor Maurice Neu will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy, with Lucille Moore direct
he choir. Saturday and Sun I.e.
morning service, are at a.m.
servici are scheduled for
7 IS a.m. and 7 p.m.
*
temple sinai of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., dedicated to members
i I the Sisterhood. Mrs. Abraham
Fine, president, will address the
congregation Rabbi David Shapiro
will officiate Subject ol his ser
men is: The Eternal Spirit of
J h ish Optimism." Cantor Mordi
(hai Haalman "ill render tin- musi
( il portions ol the liturg) An
Shabbal will follow Satur
morning srvicfls are at 9 a m
'ii R ibi will discuss the
ly Portion. Daily si
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
i riday evening sen ici 11 6:13
p.m. S rui morning si rvici -
are at 8:30 a m with Rabbi Mor
l< ^ Malai skj officiating and dis
Pursuit Justice
iamuel Salkow will render the
ms ol the liturg)
Mint ha will be at 6 IS p m fol
" lb; Sh i"- Seudos
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening -i-v
let at 8 15 p.111 with Rabbi Morris
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skop officiating and preaching i n
the topic: "How to Treat People
Who Work for You." Saturdaj
morning service- will includi
Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son oi
Mr. and Mr*. J ick rol
uri I oral Gables rhe To-
backs will be h ists al thi Kid hish
following

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold i id, >V'CI s ''
6:30 p hi with Rabbi Mi I
officiating Saturdaj moi
ices are Bl 8 30 a m Wh< n the
Hal.hi will discuss the Week!) Por-
tion. Class in Bible is sch
for 5 30 p m Minch i will be al
ii 30 p m followed bj Shall
dos tar and Mrs Joseph Schwartz
will be lie r
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Kndav evening service* al
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing "M>
Answer to Ihe state Questionnaire
on Segregation in the Schools."
Saturday morning services are al
10:45 a.m., when Norman Joel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lachman,
4454 Adam- ave., will become Bar
Mitzvah. Canter Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portions oi
the liturg]
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will
Kndav evening sen ici al I
P m ui'h Ri i Leo Hcin ufl
ing Saturdaj morning services are
scheduled for 9 a m hen I.
Ilcini will discuss the Weeklj Por
tion ami chanl Ihe liturgj Mint ha
will be at 6:30 p.n i bj
M.i,.'
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
SIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj
evening services al 8:30 p.m Rab-
bi Abraham Herson will officiate
and preach on the topic "Quesl for
Happiness Cantor Albert GlantZ,
assisted by the choir, will render
the nni-leal portions oi the liturgy
Participants will be .loan Peralstein
and Jerry Berke. Bobbj Hollander
will assist at Kiddush Opening the
Ark will be Phil Brown Greeting
worshippers at the dour will lie
Larrj Iserson and Den- Gold, with
Ronnie Shalt and David I'earl-lem
acting as usher- Rabbi and Mrs
Herson will be hosts at the i
Shabbat following, in honor of
their tenth wedding anniversarj
Saturday m i i ervices an
9 a m when the Rabin will (li-
eu-- "Authoritj and Justice
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION will ln.ld servici Friday at
n p in Special announcements for
activities i,i (he followi
will be marl,- bj saui \i, nngofl
president, and Abraham Finestom
in-t vice president, on Saturdaj
Sept J. 1954 Talmud class will
be conducted bj Louis D ibl I
i i' in Mincha is al 6 *S p.m Can-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL wil.....Id
Fridaj evenii ervta
WiIh Rabbi Irving Lehman
ciatii s ','";:
are at an, W,H
di-ca-'!:
rendei the
TEMPLE ISRAEL *H
hold I
nfficial : '< ,n ''"' l:''!-''
in lav
12, from 9:30
12
Mantell Unveiling
M, de lication ol a monu
to thi Ihe late '
Mantell formerlj ol 530 SVt 39th
ave will lake place Sundaj Si p
10 ., m al Mounl Nebo
I'emeter: with R I bi 1 on Horo
ti II i- -in-
vived bj his wifi Frieda; his fath
er, Morns and five brothers Al
i ments are in charge ol Palm
ei Miami Mounmenl Companj
i, an a-ked to
II
Smith Unveiling
Thi numenl to
Ihe n Ihe lati
cl will lake | e Sunda Sep
Mounl N

nffici
bj In i
menl re in
V mi Menu
Friends
Mami Convalescent Home
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3)5 S W ijth Avenue
Phwi I-M17 and Ofl
Soecializ'ng ,n Cjr? to \ne Elde'W ii
Chronically III. 24.Hour Njt,ml Srrv
icf Sociai Di-t Sl->rtiy Ot>rrvtfl
Pr'vnte .md Bmi.Privtt4 Rooma
Mr and Mrs FYmmum Prager.
formerlj ol Miami Reach and of
New York City, died Sunday. Auk
,,-t 8. in a KLM Royal Dutch Air-
line- cra-h in the Azores
Mr and Mrs Prager were (lying
France to Smith America
I i an there. I hi y were H havi
!i e to 1 isit Mrs I'rnue:
parents Mr and Mis Samuel Lern-
1804 Euclid ave
Mr Prefer waa in the import-
, xport bu-iness in .New York City
ami held a Professorship at OCNY
Mi and Mrs l.erner are |
, w in Neu Suk making prepara
tan- for services and interment
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PAGE 13
BAL SHORES' Rifkind CH^l^^-fies Statement
Ihorett Opposes
Minor Parties
In WNSi Opposition
Eduction "i legislation
nlnnr political parties
fcs than four percent of
tttonal vote was report -
born reiterated here
Anti-Semites Behind New
Program in Massachusetts
WORCESTER (WNSl The Amor
ica First of Massachusetts' pre-
tend* being "merely a superpatrm-
tic organization with an isolationist
program" but it is in fact merely
u, r'.Moshe Shar-1 a cvor" designed by hate mongers j
,dvocatei of the M vehicle for reaching "new poo
the Ccneral Zion- P,e ** ,n'"'r ha,e propaganda by;
exploiting current issues of the
day," it was charged here at the
1 state convention of the Massachu-
setts Federation of Labor by Julius
Bernstein, executive secretary o
the Labor Committee to Combat
Intolerance. At the same time,
Bernstein disclosed that three of
the five officers of Hie newly
in Par-
Be
[are
Lulcl limit seats
Vpartii receiving more
ftenl ol the votes in a
ctioti.
Labor Leaders
bterest in Israel
jy iWNS) Determination
Jr., change in the l/nited
loiernment's attitude
Le|. because the Ameri-
fnovemenl ii Interested
-i curity," was made
m American labor lead-
nd the CIO as they
| n day tour of
re departing, the
I nisti reiterat-
.-., n i" Prw
Bk Ben Zvi that they
j can toward in>
l ii > toward
spokesman,
ibus, ohio. Mid
i mi nl was
security."
jetnftisnl in Fort
i Dismissals
|>N WAS. Denial
. he moth .i
; I ,!i ,i- -i'-
38 cr.ilian- at
| \ Y wa- made
iii.,n who
I tigation of
\ .,. the ba-e
l a,i- "no basis '
i < ontained bo
i tted last Keb
\n b> the Anti De
up of B'nai Bnth
N-inan Raid that
:..1:1111 was rc-
Secrel irj "l the Army
I. She reports''
the Fort Mon-
F but we found
our investigation'' to
I
formed organization "are well-
known supporters and distributors
of the vicious materials produced
by the hate-yourneighbor organize
lions."
Hadassah Adopts $9,000,000
Budget; Mrs. Shulman Named
>IE\v yokk rWNS) A bad
S9.000.000 fi.r 1094-1908 to IU|
its medical, social well.m'. youth
aUyah, vocational education and
land programs in Israel and Jew-
ish education in the I'tiit- St
was adopted ;> ire bj Radassab at
its 40th annual convention. At the
-ame time th>- conventi in re i
id Mi- Herman Shulman. ol S
ford Conn., to a second oni
term .1- president.
Continued from Page 4
ter of liberty a allowed to become
a mark Ol dishonor and disloyalty,
then the Constitution itself is in
danger Consequently, you can by
example and by word disavow any
such interpretation
Verj recently the Dean of Har
vard Law School made a number
of suggestions, all of which are
food and I think you would be
well advised to support tin ni Here
is his list:
Ticket Sale at Beth David
Distribution Ol ticket, for High
Holiday services was started at
Beth David Synagogue on Wednes
day according to an announcement
made by Herbert E. Scher. presi-
dent Board of directors has been
constituted as seating committee
and will b at the synagogue Mon-
day through Thursday evenings
from 7 to !) p in and on Sunday
mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
through September 26 Invitation
is I" ing extended tn -Indent- and
members of the Armed Services to
rts ol i:> 'Ii David Syns
for tl: sen ices,
  • tees.
    (2) Forbid secret sessions of com-
    mittees without the consent of the
    witness,
    (3) End the practice of issuing
    blank subpoena- to be filled in by
    committee investigators.
    i4i Require that every witness
    receive a specification of the sub-
    ject matter concerning which he
    is to be examined.
    (5) Give every witness the right
    to be represented by counsel who
    shall have the privilege of speak-
    ing.
    .6) Eliminate all ballyhoos like
    television, radio and new-reel-
    from the hearing.
    (7) (live the accused the right
    to produce witnesses in his favor
    and to testify in hi, own behalf.
    181 Give him the right to be con-
    fronted by the witnesses against
    him and to cross examine them.
    With respect to the last recom-
    mendation, I know you will hear
    that it would be quite impossible
    because it would compel the Gov-
    UJA Aims at Raising Fifty
    Million in Second Half Drive
    NEW York (WNSI The United
    Jewish Appeal opened the second
    half of its 1954 nationwide cam-
    paign la-t week with all effort-
    aimed at raising S5U.000.000 in cash
    by year's end for the strengthening
    of refugee settlement program- in
    Israel, and emigration and welfare
    programs in Europe and North Af-
    rica, it wa< annorjiieod here hj
    Edward M. M Warburg, general
    chairman of the CIA
    Footballers Interviewed
    Merle Roberts will interview out-
    standing pi;.- ers frOtt Miami High
    ill team ami Coach
    Charles Tate on 'he W fNZ radio
    program, "Sports Hi-Spots," on
    mber t>. al 9:30 p m.
    The 19 minute pro {ram, heard each
    Monday evening and now entering
    il econd -1 u under the spon
    sorship of Florida Power & Light
    Co., bas won huh praise from high
    >] coaches in Dade county.
    [dents Are Obliged
    in Israel
    d;i (WNSl Dr. t'ri
    i ii he to the Isnel
    Mission in Germany,
    |i the fourth annual
    ol Jewish Students As-
    [m Germany that Jewish
    in universities are
    oral obligation to com-
    Prof. Einstein to be Host at
    Conference on University
    NSW YORK iWNSi The crisis
    facing the Hebrew Universit) ol
    i Jerusalem, in exile from it- home
    Mount Scopu. since the out-*
    p '
    break of Arab-Israel hostilities In
    1948, will be discussed by Jewish
    leaders, including scholars and ed-
    ucators from here and abroad, dur-
    ing a two-day conference to take
    place in New York on September
    18 and in Princeton. N V on Sep-
    tember 19. Heading the ii-t of
    tudies in Israel, or to | scholars who will participate in the
    oon as they have discussions will be Professor Al
    fir German degree. In a beit Einstein, honorary chairman
    Iddn the speaker re- of the Board of Governors of the
    p n cent decision of the Hebrew University and honorary
    hist i xecutive to adopt a president of the American Friends
    bj authorizing the es- j of the Hebrew University Prof.
    i a Zionist Organiza- Einstein will be host at the Prince
    ermany, ton meeting.
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    That argument is a confession of.
    bad police work. It is not a valid
    argument. We have enforced the
    criminal laws of the United State-
    arid of all the states, throughout
    the history of this country under
    the so-called handicap of the
    right of confrontation. We have
    done so with a very high degree of
    success. The plea of committees
    that it would not be feasible in thi-
    ease is a specious one and ought
    not to be accepted.
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    inherited from its predecessor the
    memory of freedom and of consti-
    tutional government; but every
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    day when the winds are full of doc-
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    and determination to defend them.
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    Bureau of Jewish Education Joins Call
    For Maximum Student Enrollment Here
    throughout the
    >..;d that "we must create tin
    Jewish parents cnrougauui u ->....... -
    United States are urged to enroll dit :nmur..ty interesl
    their children tor a Jewish educa- participation in th< r '
    tion and to participate acttwb in ment. in the |
    the educational programs ol their education
    own communities in a "Call to -
    ish Parents." issued by the Ameri-
    can Association for Jewish Educa-
    tion and endorsed bj tin
    of more than 20 of the major na-
    tional Jewish organisations
    The call, in part. States: "The
    beginning of thi- school year this
    Fall, will coincide with Ihi
    in? of an historic celebration, the
    Observance ol the 300th anniver-
    sary of Je\u-h settlement on these
    shores. The accomolishments of
    the Jews who settled here ennoble
    our lives, but they also char
    with responsibilities
    "We have the obligation to
    it that the great spiritual, ethical
    and cultural traditions which they,
    among others, brought to this coun
    h our
    and chall<
    V-. : Ml 'he Jl
    schoi
    on Tueed t. Septet
    fir>t i

    12
    On Miami B>

    , :;:""- Eu<
    - Jewish Center
    620 75th D T, mple Beth
    '
    Temple Emanu-EI
    1701 Washing)
    nun- Cii Viddisl
    try will be maintained and chen-h- lingtoi
    ed"
    The Bureau of Jewish Education
    thi> week joined in the national
    call and urged all parent- in the
    Greater Miami Jewish community
    to register their children in a
    school of their choice dun:
    registration period from Septem-
    l through 19
    Mr- Matilda H Ratner. pre-i
    dent of the Bureau, in joininu the
    nal call to Jewish parent-.
    High Holiday
    Plans Revealed
    Torah Temple. 1024 \Ve*t ave .
    Miami Beach, thi- week announct ii
    i Kt< Osit l plans : >r the coming
    Huh Holidays Chartered by the
    State of Florida several months
    aso. the congregation includes.
    Oxford School, a non-sectarian.
    non-profit school for children from
    all over the world, as well
    boys and eirl-
    Sniney Davidson, trustee and
    chairman of the buildins coaunit-
    nnouneed that Torah Temple
    will conduct its h mce-
    at Mil iscus Auditorium. Ii"
    Alton rd. Rjbbi Louis Ai
    i ader. who is return-
    : rom Istm I in tinM fur the
    '
    Rosh Hashona and Yum Kippur
    sen h
    operatic Cani
    hau- will render the musical por-
    i assisted by
    i
    There ill be n.....lit it I
    funds dunr.- the entire H
    da\ period, the announci ment rt
    vealed The purchase ol a I
    entitle- the -eat holder to th>- u-<
    of a new prayer book. prayer
    shawl and honors at the Ark
    Slichoth will be conducted on
    Saturday. September 18. at mid-
    night.
    In Miami, the toll
    :- ar, Beth D
    Beth El
    tOrth : \ -
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    thirteen certified public account-
    ant- *4 ""' '
    quiremenU in the last examination
    the wghhRhts of a
    din* '-> '* "' .
    ,,, the H i I
    \. i. Wien
    Rob.
    untancy, made
    t, ,i
    m re -n hand
    - Seidman
    he Interns Revi ni
    -.,-, ,| by the
    Seiaman.
    \ York
    d Public Ac-
    irman "f the
    Institute of Accounl
    liscussed the man) ch
    ,,, thi ,n,,|r Impact
    on thi and tax consultant
    Among tin au lii net which drew
    nd tax consultants
    from all i "-'rr>
    j of the State Bar
    t Alt* mill head
    Institute of Certi-
    u tants; and Mrs.
    M Thompson, vice prealdenl
    int) I PA group.
    Library Receives
    Plaque Citation
    Public Library has
    received
    Public Relations
    servici for ii-
    Pub
    r cites the Mi-
    nding
    iblif relations dis-
    ; ALA Confer-
    linated library
    and newspaper stories
    librar) also, at the Amer-
    \ ition I onven-
    | : special award
    .....n D ma Publicit)
    -..< v. was given for the
    ; it- pub-
    licity with

    FRIDAY, S]
    Israelite,Center SlatM
    Social Affairs. Meeting
    Israelite (enter plans a night
    social mi Saturday evening, lap
    (ember 4. b p.m.. at the (inter
    building Mrs. Sol Kocnigsborg is
    .,. | barge ol the affair, with Isidore
    Vishkofl acting ..- progrtm aM*
    ni.hi
    Sunday, SepteBaber \2. will bo
    o| ., Monte Carlo night at
    the Center. to chairmen are
    K,lei ami Harry B. Sil-
    vermao
    Regular meeting <>f the Israelite
    Will be held Tuesday eve-
    Septembar 7, at 8:30 i>m .
    ling to Bfl announcement this
    week b) (buries Fidelman, presi-
    denL __________
    Show to be Discussed
    Business meeting of the Norman
    Bruce Brown Auxiliary. No. 174,
    Jewish War Veterans, will be held
    on Wednesday evening. September
    8. 8pm. at the Republican Club.
    1947 Weal Hagler st.
    "OT.cr^oT^--
    NA.inr :^\fi
    I,,.,,,
    HKRVI.
    kV., II gj
    will, -l
    .,f I.
    MM I
    NOTICE UNDeT^;
    .'."'< *
    i.....
    A I. \ \ I
    Attornr, {TasTS
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Beth David Registers
    Beth David P..
    take plac-
    September 5. : m. to 12
    and will
    out the week
    Hebrew Sch.-
    >*fnber T
    Junior Services Mapped
    For High Holy Days
    I for
    i cord-

    spir-
    S
    t thi
    the PTA m d< vi p

    uIl> the
    Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new
    quarters for Maule Industries Ir.c, were .
    officially wielding the shove! on the site a- 52
    building will be a practical display of the au~
    Maule Industries. Inc. Exterior walls ol the'ac
    between Maule pre-cast concrete panels with
    louvres will shield the glass expanses from the
    operating air conditioning costs. The building
    weight concrete floors, covered with plastic ti
    be ma on Maule concrete joists. Pancocs- Fa
    tf Witters Construction Company. Hialea'-
    >' 'o right) are F. K. Foster, sales manner M
    Fn W. Hooper, director: Buchanan: R. G. Wit
    Mina=taT. vice president. Movie Ind-stries
    Pr coast. Ferondino, SlreeU and Burnftam arc
    " "oncret" cot
    - are crr^
    . K contr----- - Inc.; M-Y O
    for

    -w b" -
    rrv
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Ni.TKi: IS HKREBY OIVEN ilim
    : nfl i" -iiKii(<- In
    out name of
    - i \\ I.I .0 ill S. .i 1 SIM
    I .1 i..Oil,--. Fl.i In-
    rciater naiil itam* nh iba
    Ctri in' 'ouri "i Dada
    i i Ida
    - i am.i:ii;ii 8 i\ B, ini"
    \ Floi Ida '' poraUon)
    i7-r<______________________
    \OTICE BV PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172302
    si ^ m>i it FRIEND, Plaintiff,
    P-KIEND, D. '-i
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I.I.K I KIKND
    \. .. \
    .< fork, Niw Turk
    i .1 i I. Ill
    bacn
    i. i
    \ 11 w ,r "i
    I '. rii|.ljililt on
    Utnrnvy. KTANUEY
    JUKI. H..... Ml-
    I l( Hlld f il. il,.
    I :. I -tic In th- offirr
    r, l".
    do ". judanwat hi tfa-
    I
    col ..r i'..in

    -!..! I'<- i.uli|:.Nh-'l ..in
    rceka
    In Till U u l.-ll n.i iRHMAN
    i I u MUml,
    A !
    I.KATIIKRMAN,
    r li- ii
    i .
    H M RICK ll:
    ' N i

    Fta,

    Alt
    I ?.
    toi in \ r

    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    :- in III M GIVEN thai
    IV I
    1 l>itu>
    II 4 I I T I \ V\ I.NIK
    ~ Owi
    ' I : .\ I
    Ippllranta
    i
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    N"i K"l I- HKREBY OIVEN tht
    i-i i i. I di ir.nit to cixxaitr In
    Ii I.. fli in i.hi. niiiiii- ..f
    "l!I. l\Nli:i. SlIfKTSWEAR, at
    w*at ki .i Miami n.
    HI Id ii.iiii.- III, the
    Court of l>aJi-
    N kTH \N ZWtTMAN
    M \ IN II UEVENHON
    III M I-I--
    ;>llialila
    Ii I I Uu Idlna
    CERTIFICATE OF co*
    DlSSOLUTia* ^
    IN THE NAME AND J
    AUTHORITY OF THErl
    ADRIAN N BALfiTtj
    CHARI.EH I |.
    MARIE
    Kn l
    did on thi m
    IS4f, i Inconan
    Hi.. |,r.,
    Btatutn, s i:\v n>\
    h In
    Of Maim Tlhi
    <'ouni>, in il,. stati
    hn.
    , orporatl .,. ,h. J
    Auguai. A Ii ; i aaa tl
    In ilir offli ^ min
    "' il" in
    In all i
    tockholili ,
    aid i'Ii., tt-irtdi I
    howlni ihi
    ' Ion
    N" tht
    pllad iiii
    IN WITXI
    havi idio mi
    rrixad _
    i hi- 8UU H
    at ... (h (
    Tl
    V I' 1H.
    It \ : I: \v
    i si-M.i ..,
    i
    NOTICE OF APPLICATI9
    TAX DEED
    File iISM
    Not). ^-irrt '
    THANIKI. U si DIM, iMl
    F'EARI.M ::kW|
    ii,I. r. -'- HI
    '"it> '.r m
    :
    June, A I
    . !
    <.ll(
    ratr
    iiropn led In lukj
    i. s el
    1-j.UI. nt I
    I '. I
    i'
    Ho
    Tin ,f bMJ
    undar (hi
    th. i B1 I'll
    I'.rllfi ..' '
    lute lo i ...:laaaj
    ..ii Hi.- Itl
    Datad tl
    a D
    |- II l.KATHB
    I
    >TE"
    ill Coui'
    S/J-10-ST -.'
    NOTICE UNOER FICTTI
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is IIKREBT OH
    thr in n ''
    bulnr- uu i. It" fi.-tlilaawj
    HAI.I.MAKK I.MIkRATOT
    H'mi Avon Miami Har,i
    Intanda lo ra|l*l<-r "l.,ll"'J|
    rit-rk ..f n nil ,a" *\
    Hit HARKY liKRiUKHI
    f/s-io-i: -i
    INTEREST ON
    SAVINGS PAID
    QUARTERLY
    Ocrober 1-Jonuory 1
    April 1-July 1
    MERCANTILE
    NATIONAL BANK
    of MIAMI BEACH
    LINCOLN RD AT WASHINGTON
    UDEBAl DCPOSlT ins CORP
    '"Sums iach acct touoooo
    NOTICE UNDEH FlCTlT
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE I- I1KRI
    ihr IMldl ''"*..
    I,uiii.
    .Aim.i.a [ics
    IMl- ,
    Inlrnd to !il
    lark '( l
    County, Fl'iiiiiii
    ll vl:i:> Kl.Ki>
    N iiKHRilB m
    MORTON
    Ml.hi.i. ""'
    f \\ I
    /J-l0-l7-:
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITI
    NAME LAW
    NOTK'E I- HI .T,2a
    tha undaralcn.
    .:
    uld na.m- with \]''* *2
    UCou. ,:^:ki'
    naatr
    Ki:K8U5K aABS,i
    I7 W Flaaln W
    f/1-10-17 -H
    NOTICE is HKftBJtJ^
    thr u.Mrr.lKi.i'1.,rXtK-J
    bualnaaa un.l.r tlJJ "S ,1 B
    I! A It INVI -'^Jrad-.
    ''^'riViS*1
    MORRIS **
    MflRTON M BBjnin.
    i W Mal"" "'
    -J-IO-I7-J4


    SEPTEMBER 3. 1954,
    +Je*lst FlcrkUar
    PAGE 15
    [legal noticb
    No. 33494B
    V 0JAUSE0E8COCUONUTRVT
    |n probate
    iatk o_
    .1 I'.WI.-v
    ri
    JeceiiMed
    CE TO CREDITORS
    ,T,Ts and All 1'eraons llav-
    Asalnst Saul
    l.euiam
    I, ,,f you lire hereby
    i t.. present any
    ,,,i, which y.,u. or
    ,n in.iv have iiKiilnal Ik*
    i vi;v .1 I'AVIS, dnwwil
    S County, I'lorl.la. to the
    fount) Judgei ol Dada
    l (iii the same In their
    l. county Courthouse In
    ,';' Klorlifa. rlthl eight
    ,,,,),, from the date of the
    ,,,,,,, ne.....f Said claims
    . ,.....ntaln the legal ad-
    ml and lo be ""i
    Miteil M aforesaid, or name
    ,,,.,, See Section 733.16 of
    nbati Aft.
    rd, A l> II i
    IVAN BaviB
    Administrator of the
    'v||v''j UAVIS. Deceased.
    ,, i KAKowrra
    .,,, Administrator
    |d |1 ,ln Miami 32. Florida
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS
    _r ,- NAME LAW
    Ts-OTICK IS HKRKBY fJIVKN that
    the undci signed, desii tna to engage in
    business uii-l.i II.. fictitious nun.- oi
    l.lfl l.t.i: OIll'SINAI.S l.|- MIAMI al
    127 N.W. 2nd St., Miami, Intend, to
    register said name ulth the Clerk of
    the Clroull Court 01 Dade County,
    Florida
    CHAUNCKT STONE-
    (1REENMT1KN, INC
    THKODORE It NELSON
    An..in.-* for Api.ii. ..in
    y/20-27 :
    ICIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ItH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    IN AND FOR OADt
    IN CHANCERY No. 1W09
    Ci:i.S"-V I'liilntlff,
    Nl'l.soX. defendant.
    btice to appear
    ,.i:ti:i: c nklkon
    ^:i>.iii Nelson
    Fl ,,| \. a Jei -.*>*
    Ii, i.i... ordered and required
    i| \ .in aiiHwer to the
    i, i..i divorce. .. opy
    U i, losed herewith, on
    and file the orig-
    the '"let k of the
    ..in r of 11.1.1. Oounty, Flor-
    h. 20th daj ..f Bap-
    ... the allegatlona
    :..ken aa 1 onfoaeea1
    17, IIM
    I.EATHRRMAN,
    ol the 'In mi Court
    1 K A N11

    Miami It, l-1.
    IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    No. 3136b-A
    RE: EHTATE OF
    sakik HCHLCHSLKK, 1.......,.,.,1
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICR la hereby given that 1 have
    filed my final report and petition lor
    Final KlwhaiKe as Admfhlstratoi of
    the estate ol SAIHK sell 1.1'SSKK.
    deceased; and thai on the 1st da) ..f
    October, lljj, will apply to the Hon-
    orable W. F'HANK III.ANToN. Coun-
    ty JudKe of li.ul,. < .Tint>. Florida, for
    approval of said final report anil for
    final discharge an Admlnistia 111.\ ..f
    the Batata ..f SADIE SCHLCSSElt,
    deceased.
    This 16th day of August, in".I
    JOHEI'HINE S( HI.I SSKIl
    IGOVNBR MANNHBIMKR
    Attorneys for A1ln1l111-.I1 atrix
    1/20-27 tys-io
    LNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    I- III l:l. l:V OIVEN that
    . t Ing to engage In
    fi iltloui name ol
    . ,|. iN CO \,,l
    .1 Ave Miami.
    aid name with the
    Court of 1 ?.. |..\ 1. M. m:ii.
    illN KEYSER I
    I: 1 1.1.1:
    \ k 1: .1. ILL* -
    y Is R WIT/.
    hppltcanti
    II I!
    UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    : is HKREBY QIVEN that
    1 ni; I.. engage ill
    . fli 1 itloua name of
    fl.KANKRK. at Til S \V. 22nd
    111
    i"i..inl.1, intend to rap
    th the Clark of ih.-
    : I lade Count) Floi Ida
    oMERI) i:i. AM
    HI Til 1U.AM
    CAIN
    1 .mi
    (lei m Mi., mi. 11.1.
    CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    V IN AND FOR DADE
    IN CHANCERY. No. 17172S
    in rnjis, 1M. 1 ntiff
    oMS, 1 ndant
    ICE BY PUBLICATION
    s\ TnMS
    \'. -
    nne- 1
    B1 1:1:01 li:i:i> 10
    .11 anaej at to Iba
    in the abova cavaa
    11 th< i.i.iini if 1 .- attor-
    . Kin.11 In the 1 >f-
    :| .. 11 11.1 1 'OUI t.
    1 .iii daj "t Sept.in-
    1 >.-. "Hid Hill of Corn-
    ken aa unfeaaed b)
    ilajr ..f August, IMt.
    I H I.KATHERMAN,
    ol 11. ult Court
    I'.i.i. County, Florida
    1 u \i u KTOCK1NO,
    I'eputy Clerk
    HUM \\ \ KAl'I.AN
    |>> fin Plaintiff
    J Hulldlng, Miami 32. Fla.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY No. 171795
    RO8B c HARRIS, a widow, I'laintlff.
    VI,
    CI'HA WILLIAMS, a Fr.-.- Dealer;
    ItuV C KKCTOK and
    RECTOR, his wife. If married, or If
    either or both are tlead. all unknown
    hatra, daWaaaa, Kranteew. aaakrn
    llaBora, oradltora, truataaa or othar
    clainianta by, thnniKh. under ..r
    aaajnat them; and all persona ,1..lin-
    ing any estate, right, title or Intel -
    ii in, ..i lien upon, the real prop-
    arts herein deacrlbed, [vefendanti*.
    NOTICE TO APPEAR
    Th R"Y C iti:. Ti IR and
    RECTOR, III* wife, if main..I.
    or if t'lfhc: ..: both are dead, ..II
    unknown haira, devlaeea, rran-
    i... b, jo-ij;!,.., 1a, llenon 1 1 .1.
    torn, truateaa, ... other claim-
    ants bj. throuajh, undi 1 ...
    Hgatniil tin in
    Ri -I'l.in I'nknow n
    TO ALL iiTIII'.H PERSON'S
    having or rlatmlng an) eatati
    1 liiht. nil..... Inti reel In, or
    Ui ri upon, the folk)* Ii d<
    .-, 1 1 I.e.I land, lo-w 11
    I...I .'.. Block BI8TAYNE
    Pi iIN'T, bci ordina to the Plat
    thereof, recorded li I
    14. at Tag,- lb, ..( the Public
    it... .1.1.- of i'.i.i-- County,
    Florida.
    l*OU ALL HERBBT NOTIP1FJD
    ii...t ..11 nctloa baa baen commenced
    againM you, and you are ordered and
    required to file y..ur written appear-
    ance in natd pr.Meeiiing on or before
    the 10th da) of Beptambar, IM4. In the
    LboTa ttylod rauae now p.n.ling in
    the Ir.-ult Court of th.' 1:1.
    ,1 Circuit In anil for Dade
    County, FTorida, in Chanoary, by filing
    Hi,, original ol your appear.in. e v.ilh
    th. CUrk of till* court al Hie Dade
    Count) Courthouae, Miami. Florida,
    and to aerve a copy thereof upon
    Plaint iff a attorney, tJEOROE J TAL-
    IANOPK, IM Lln.oln Road. Miami
    Reach. Florida, and In default of aald
    app.'.uaii.. a decree pro confaaeo "ill
    be entered agaiiiKt you. The relief
    sought In the above cauaa ll '" oulel
    aad confirm the title to the above
    ifeacribad land In and 10 the Plaintiff.
    RORE c HARRIS, and to 1 inpal and
    ge that certain nHirtaracc aet
    firth 111 the Complaint filed herein
    |. led at Miami. Floi Ida. thla l.th
    day of Auguat, 154.
    1: it LEATHERMAN,
    Clark of Circuit Coui 1
    1U I! II RICK IR.
    (.;,!) DepUtA Clerk 1-.al)
    OBOROE I TALIANOFF, ESQ.
    At tome) for Plaintiff
    420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
    :. 3-10
    ________LBOAt NOTrCE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COuW of' tHE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
    CHANCERY. No. 172067
    MAROARET VALIANT Ri KiKllS.
    I'laintlff
    vk _
    IAMM LV'iN R0OER8, JR.
    fendant
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    T'i JAMES I.YoN ROGERS, .11!.
    1 an 'arrolton Avenue
    Ruaton, Baltimore, Maryland
    Yin ARE HEREBY NnTICII-:i>
    thai a Hill of Complaint foi lilvorce
    en filed agaln-r you, and >..u
    a> hei eb) 1 aquhfad 1 opj
    ..r your anawar ..1 otharwlae pli
    the Hill of Complaint for I>l. I he attorney f..r the Plaintiff, AARON
    M KANNBR. 239 ShoreUnd Hulldlng.
    Miami, Florida, and fil^ the original
    of ii'h anawai or plaadlns in the
    office of ih.- Clark pf the circuit
    Com! in ami f..r Dade County, nor>-
    id 1 al Miami. Florida, on <>i bafore
    the 4th da) of 1 idol,." ||\ 1
    If you fall to do ho Judii uiciit by
    d.-faiill will be taken againr.1 >ou for
    the relief demanded In the Hill of
    1 'omplaiut foi I ii\ ..'
    I'.'.d at Miami. Florida, this 27th
    da) oi AUSTUat, r-'i
    1: It LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk of ih,. Circuit Court
    I lade CounM 11"! Ida
    Ry: \\ M W BTOCKINO
    11.-putv Clerk
    AARON M. KANNI l: Effcj
    , Mttorne) for the Plaintiff
    UI Hhoreland Bids Miami. Florida
    9'3-io-i;-24
    iih!#W ft*-
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business iind.i the flctltloui name of
    EVER READY WATER HEATER
    \ii-.; CO., al (SO N W nth si Mi-
    ami, II..1 Ida. Intend t.. register the
    aid name with the Clark of the 'ii -
    cull Curt of Dade County, Florida.
    NATHAN SIRACSS
    GRACE BTRKVSS
    17-tf
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, dealrlng lo engagre In
    business inder Uf f ma ..1
    111 I; HTt'Olt) CRAFT SHOP nl JIM
    1 Irand ^ 1 M Is n I, Intendi lo ri
    the CUrk ..f 11
    .111 court of Dade County, Florida
    I,, .ris AMI 'RI "Si 1 III 1 > n< 1
    marlow, sinnamon a marlow
    Ait..1 ney foi Applli Bill
    104-S l-angford I
    ' J.l 1-17-24
    riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW.
    ' 1-' IS HEREBY arVEN that
    "Igned, desiring to engage in
    '1 I. 1 the fictitious name of
    (:ii I.KATHKR CLEANERS,
    u il Avenue, Miami. Hade
    Intend to ragtatar said
    mi the Clark of th.- circuit
    "' I'ade County. Florida.
    "Mi:i: a 1:1. \m
    1 i I'M KI.AM 1 Sole owners
    M CAIN
    1 ..lltM
    si Miami. Fla.
    NCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ll -11 Ing lo engage in
    , 1 lie 1 a Itlous name .(
    f\ Tin Lincoln
    1 ... h, Intends to rag-
    1 mi.' lih the ci.-i k ..f the
    1 iad 1'..nni.. Floi .1
    t ......PER, .-..1. 1 .ii.


    ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    ItEHV i!IVF:N that
    desiring 1
    11 n. mi .
    t -1 -TKM Alton
    I Reach, I nl. 11. N
    1 I 1..... w Ith Hi'
    ult 1 ..in', of Dade
    a 1
    l:. .. It. Florida, thl
    1
    1 1 GENE I. SOU4IMON
    1 be nn
    1 SOLOMON
    Mi ml i:- .. h

    L\\
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172043
    LEROY wilkkksi iN. Plaintiff
    CLARA WII.KKRSON. Defendant
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: CLARA WILKERSON,
    ,, 11 11 la) 1 11 in.
    rlaaelhurat, Mlaa.
    You. ci.AKA WILKERSON are
    in-i.ii. notified thai .. Hill ol Com-
    plaint for lilvorce has baen
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that
    the mi.I. cm .1. .....11 in- '
    , indei ih. ii. 1 name of
    Bl'MTER'S BAR, al Ml Flaglai St.,
    1 name with the
    Clerk "' the Cln ull Com I oi Dada
    1'. .11111 \. l- loi Ida
    Kl.lAS \v KEAN
    EVELYN MAN
    KESSLER g OARS
    Attorneys for Applicants
    1712 \\ Flaglor
    1/(7 I :i-io-it
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF in
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    NO. 1(9 140-B
    MARKS HIUiTIIKRS CO., a pail
    unship conslHtlng of HERMAN
    MARKS, PAIL MARKS, KIGKNK
    I' marks and STANLEY MARKS,
    and alxo ERNEST NEUFELO,
    Plaintiffs,
    vs.
    MACRICl: R HARKISON, MFITA
    M HEINS, EMMA II KINS TEM-
    PLETON, AGATHB C, HEINS I:
    HESSE HEINS, CLEMENTINE
    HESSE ANDERSON, r.k.a CLEM'
    ENTINK M HESSE, Deceased,
    EDMUND HERHE ANDERSON and
    HARRY ANDERSON. Deceaaad,
    and all aaraong claiming any eatate,
    right, title 01 Intereal In, or Hen
    upon the real property herein de-
    scribed, or any part thereof, which
    i* 1.--m..,1 in Dade County, state of
    Florida,
    Tract! '. and 511 of BENDLE IN-
    VESTMENT c.iMCANYS SUBDI-
    VISION, 111 Section 5 of Township
    .".4 South, Rang.- II Beat, according
    to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
    Rook 1, m Page ; of ih.- Public
    n.....rds .'. Dana County. Florida.
    Iiefpndant.s.
    AMENDED
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Th EDMUND HESSE ANDFMt.-'t i.N,
    ADDRESS HOL'TF: I,
    LAFAYETTE, OA.
    And all other |>ersons claiming any
    estate, right, lille or interest In, or
    li.-n upon the real property Involved
    In this suit, which Is In Dade
    County, F'lorida, to wit:
    Tracts 1:. and m ,,t BENDLE IN-
    VESTMENT COMPANY'S SUBDI-
    VISION, in Section .". of Townahlp
    ".t South, Range ;; Beat, according
    to the Plat thereof, recorded In l'l..i
    Hook 1, al I'age s7 of the Public
    Records of Dada County, F'l.....la;
    ADDRESS UNKNOWN
    YOU arf: HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that a pcpceedlng to Quiet Title has
    been brought in the circuit Court, in
    and for Dade Coanty, F'lorida. HgaiiiHt
    all persons claiming any estate, right,
    title 01 interval In, or lien upon, the
    following dew rlbed real property, sltu-
    ate In I Mde 1 kiunt) Floi Ida, to a 11
    Treats t'1 and :.....f BENDLE IN-
    VESTMENT COMPANY'S BUB-
    DIVISION, In s. tlon ol Town-
    ship 51 So mi East, a. -
    cording to th.- Plat thereof, re-
    corded in Plal Book l. al I'age vT
    of the Public Records of 11
    1 '..uiiti. i-'.ot Ida .
    and you are hereto required to serve
    .....i.\ of your Answer or othei Plead-
    ing to the Hill ol Complaint to yuiei
    Title as Amended on Plaintiff-'
    neys, GENET a GENET, 120 Ml
    Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
    ! lie I'll. el Or OthCI I 'll
    111 the office of the "lark "f th.
    cull Court, on ..1 before the 11th >
    ,.f Septembei. ISM if you f-.il to do
    .so, judgment by default ill be taken
    against you foi the relief demanded
    . Bill of Complaint as Amended
    DATED at Miami. Dada County,
    Florida, thla 10 dai ..t August. r.,i.
    1: B LEATHERMAN,
    1 'l.-rk ..f the Cll cull I 'OUI 1
    By: I. SNBEDEN,
    Deputy Clerk
    s '11-2"-2T 9/3
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
    the und.-i Mgiied. dealrlng to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    MIAMI METAL BUPPLY, at IMI
    N.W. North River Drive, Miami. Flor-
    ida, intends to register sanl name.
    with the Clerk of the circuit Court
    .a I ..ol.- 1 'ount \ Florida.
    MAX W TEMCHIN
    KATZENTINE, HECKERLING
    V WHITE
    Attorneys lor Miami Metal Supply .
    S/27 S/3-ln-li
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HKREBV QIVEN that
    the me lei signed, deetring to engage In
    under the fictitious name of
    ARNOLDS FASHIONS, LTD., at 65".
    Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla.
    (Sherry I rotitena. Hotel Bide.), in-
    tends lo register said name with the
    Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade
    Count>, Floi id-1
    JACK ZWI6EL
    JOSEPH ZEMEL, Atty.
    MS Lincoln Road
    Miami Reach. F'la.
    8/27 i/a-io-ii
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171511
    NANCY (H.ICK. Plaintiff,
    vs.
    BURTON CLICK, Defendant.
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    TOi BURTON in.n'K
    Ml 11th Avenue
    liver Springs. Mar\land
    Y(.l AIH-: HKIiKIIV NiiTIFIED
    that a Hill of Complaint for Invoice
    hi- been Hied ..gainst you, and you
    si.- herein required to jerye copy
    of your Answer to tin- Hill ..f Com-
    plaint on I'laiiitlff's Attorney, and
    file the original Answer in the office
    of the clerk of the Circuit Court, pn
    or before the 14th day of September.
    ..... 1 h.. allegation! of gala
    Hin of Complaint win be taken aa
    you.
    Dated th da) of August. 1 :". 1
    1; 1. LEATHERMAN,
    1 lerk of 1 'Ircult 1 'ourt
    !. SNEEDEN.
    Deputy clerk (seal)
    OEl 'ROE 1 TALI \M >F F, ESQ.
    foi Plaintiff
    120 Lin. om 1!......, Miami R.-a. h. Fla.
    I 13-10-27 I ;
    against you. and >>.u Bra
    serve a copv of \our Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
    plaintiffs Attorney. HFIN KSSI-.N. -l
    Sevbold Hldg Miami. Fla., and file
    the original Answer or Pleading In the
    offlre on or before the 27th day of Septem-
    ber, l:.4. If inu fail to do so. lung-
    meiil la default will be taken against
    you for th. relief demanded In UM Bill
    of Complaint _
    DONE AND <>RI>f:RF:D nt Miami.
    Fn..ri.lu. this ir.th day of August. A D
    1: n LBATHERMAN,
    Clerk, cin-tilt Court.
    Hade Oounty, Floi
    Hv M C UREEN,
    .circuit Court Seal) Deput) .....II
    REN EHSEN
    Attorne) for Plaintiff
    t/XI s/3-10-17 _____
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
    the undei signed, dealrlng engage In
    business under the fictitious names of
    THE I'll'i'NT. HOTEL Dl'PONT,
    |)CI"ONT HOTEL, at -'"' MB
    Street, Miami Bench, Florida, in-
    tendl 10 legist,! -aid name- with the
    of the Cln ult Com 1 of 1 lade
    Count.. Florida.
    SBA ISLE HOLDINQ CORP.
    B) DAVID R HOCHBBRO,
    Pi e.-i.lellt
    KOVNBR tc MANNHEIMER
    Attorney 1 for Applicants
    v 2? :> 3-10-17___________________________
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171572
    JOHN 1. BUTTON, Plaintiff,
    vs.
    Rl'TII 1: BUTTON, Defend
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO. Rl'TII F: BUTTON
    Route I, BOX I I *
    Niles, Michigan
    You are hereby notified thai
    .,' omplallil lor IHvol. 1 I. !"- n 'I.
    ilnal vou, and you are renulred
    ... s.-n,. ,, cop) ..f your An-.1 01
    Pleading to the Bill of Comulalm on
    the plalntlifs Attorne), HENRY M
    CAIN, itll W Flagler 81 Miami,
    ki., and fib- th.- original Anawai 01
    Pleading In the office "f the Cl< 'k ..t
    ihe Circuit Court on or before the
    llth day of September, r.i.i if you
    fail to do so. judgment b) default will
    i. taken again*! >"" r the relief
    ,1, mended In the Bill of CompUUil
    DONE \NH iiRHF:RI:Ii at Miami.
    Florida, this 10th day of August, A.l>.
    19ii' r LBATHBRMAM,
    Clerk. Circuit Court.
    Had,. County, Florida.
    B) M C. QREEN,
    (Circuit Couit Seal) Deputy t-lerk
    HENRY M CAIN
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    gfilS W. Fiagler St Miami. Ha.
    8/13-20-27 /S
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage .11
    business under the fictitious name of
    IRENE SIR U'S, at ISM Washington.
    Avenue, Miami Reach. Florida. In-
    tends to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
    County. Florida.
    LOLA ANN. INC..
    a Florida corporation, sole owner
    QBOROE I TAI.IANOPF, KStj.
    I i.plicant
    ij" Lincoln R.i. Mian.1 Beach, Fin.
    1 rj 1/3
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
    the undersigned, dealrlng to en|
    n
    FOX S INN FOX 8 RESTAURANT,
    Dixie Highway, Miami,
    . Intends to 1 gtati name
    . Clerk ol the I in ull !oui t of
    1 ids 1 'ounYj. 11." Ida
    HIKADE a.- HACKENBERQ CO., INC,
    Sole 1 11. lo
    HENRY M CAIN
    Attorne) for Applicant
    SMS W, Fiaglei St, Miami
    I 11-20-27 -
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVLN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    ini.it,.ss under the flctltloui name of
    MAYERS and RoHHINS. at II112C011-
    gri Bldg Miami. Intendi to register
    said name with the Clerk "f Ih'
    rult Court of I Mde County, Florida
    I. R. MAYERS, Sole owner
    I 10-21 t-M
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
    the undersigned, dealrlng t" eng
    bus.....ss under the fictitious name of
    liARHLNlA APARTMENTS, nl MI-
    NI M i'. nni) Ivnnla \ 1 le, M iml
    Beach, I 120 th
    Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
    name y .Hi the Clei k
    ,,( u,e en. ui -..in t ..I Dade Count).
    IRVINO K M'I.an and
    IDA K Ml.AN. h wi'e.
    PAI.LOT SILVER At Mi'l.l.oY
    Attorneys fo rrvln* Kaplan
    and Ida K I ,dan
    . 11-20-27 -
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage u
    business under the fictitious name ..f
    A s DI8COUNT AtlEXCY. at 37
    NK 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
    tend to reglatei Mild name "ith the
    1 leik of the 1 'i-. '..t 1 'ourt of i'ade
    Count) .1
    ALBERT \ BONTAQ
    I.I". A1 K 1.11.MAN
    U \\ R SILVER
    Attorne) for Applicants
    921 Sevbold Building, Miami 12, Fla.
    v :'" 21 I ".-1 I
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    1,1 the fictitious name ;>f
    N \T M.ll oF" MIAMI
    Fiaglei 1,tend to
    nant with the Clerk of
    c.Hirt of Dade Count) Floi ;la
    .....ROE 1 1 1 "if;-!,.,
    \\l\l.n: \ COLEN
    i/ii-to-rr '_________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICT1TIOU*
    NAME LAW ,
    noticf: is hlkki'.v hi\ f.N ihst
    CREDIT JEt"
    N- ,- Miami. In'
    aid 1..in- with the
    III Court of I'a.ie
    n'""'-' LARRY 1. WHIT*
    KC.H CHI RTKi
    Mtorn. !
    1.1st Ride
    In t.
    Clerk .a
    1 *oiint> .
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR-
    IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171i1e
    kDOITION of MINOR 'in 1.0.
    CURTIS MICHAEL BESSIONS
    NOTK'F- BY PUBLICATION
    To PARK TRAMMFX SESSIONS
    N01 th F'lfili Tl '
    Hinnlngham. All
    PARK TR IMMEL si sslyNs
    C .. Seal-.'Id All Lin.- I.
    Birmingham, Alabama _.__-,
    YOU ARE HEREBY MUM I ED
    thai petition foi the adoptlcwn niuit
    Alld, OURTIS MICHAEL SES
    SIONS "" l"'h.lf "I.i
    .Hjtltloner, THEODORK J KoUAl.-
    i:SK I and > oil ale I., -i. b) ,
    . v, .,,.. ,.f ...in anawei te
    lo
    RICHARO K
    Building Miami. II. ]
    I,. the original In the office of the
    >| the ii..... Courl on or before
    leptembei l, '
    1 agalnjl
    DATED 'I'- lath da) ..1 August.
    1: i: LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    I lade 1 '011110 I'l'.i id 1
    B) M c OREEN
    Deputj Clark
    , U/3-10
    .1 I 'I to
    NOTICE UNDfcR FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhat
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business un.iei the flctltloua name of
    JANICE SHOPS, at 6 Miracle M.I.'.
    Coral tlables. Fla., Intend to registel
    said name wltn the Clerk of the Clr-
    , ult Cm 1 .rf I Hide County. Florida.
    JACK KAIIN
    SALLY KA11N
    LEoN KALISH
    Attorne* foi Applicants
    1001 Kul'ont Hldg.
    v 13-20-23 0/3
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    PAGE 6 +jewlst£hrtB2!L JMPAY.gna^. Bible Translation Shown Faulty land hasted not to come forth about a while day And there was no day iik.thai before it 01 Critics of the Bible. In their atj, t hat the lord Bhould hi By O. BEN AHARON AJP dumb.' Thai implored the Lord for a i tion tl S(AT RESERVATIONS NOW If INS TAfttN 10* tH l HIQ!^** Flagler-Granada Jewish Community fZ? 50 N.W. Sltt PUCI. MIAMI f Call EvOninqs: NEWMAN-83-5898 ADEIMAN-83-1420 COVttu,, HIDMAN-MO 7-0490 !" VIW **N forth from the he ••• .„„ --ti ,..11. ." ,,| (IT !( %  .%  % %  tempts to behttle and show up the Uo the voice of an Isfa fortneu>ra h iP ,| nly one Hebrew document as being unscifought for teael A | the entific, never tail to point to verse, {v „ ca reful examinaUon ol thn 2 14. in Joshua Chapter 10. which. llU ,,;,.„...,... u huh is found • DCTU INMAFI PllNi* OCf* Itl s translated, have "the sun standr .,, 0(l from the rest ot the chanter iiiU|| fi r _,,„„„ ;l „ > In DC 111 IvIiHUL VVRU .\ tllA II i,U u;.„ in Hi.' li'ht of ., 1 hut. ... .* J nn.ii.il .wr other words, Ihe sun remained hidden i hind the dark clouds It was a sunless da) Hence, the statemenl "The sun stayed in the midst of heaven' becomes understandable The He brew word "bechatei" (in ""' midst) haits derivation from "chatxah." which means "to part or "divide asunder" Thus it is more feasible thai the reference is -till." bv white -pairin the li Now, does the original Hebrew the whole context of Joshua 10. we really say that "the sun stood must come to these conclusions: still?" The answer ia definitely. No. Joshua and his army, marching The Hebrew word rendered into cautiously along the IS rugged and •stand still" is "dom." Literally it difficult miles in the silent Palesmeans "be dumb" or "quiet." The tinian night, reached the vicinity text as literally translated reads: of the enemy's slumbering camp "Then will Joshua speak to the I at Gibon just about dawn. Lord, in the day when the Lord; Fearing that the impending rise giveth up the Amorites before the j of the sun might reveal his jp children of Israel: and he said in proaching movements before Isthe sight of Israel: Sun, upon Gib-lrael had the chance to attack the |(| (h| horizon rather than to the on. be dumb, and thou, moon, in I sleeping Amorites. catching them y^jdjan of Gibon. the valley of Ajalon. And the sun j thus completely off-guard, | Wni]( 1h ,. r ,. ,. n „ihing in the ; became dumb, and the moon stood, Joshua did what many of his prewh)|( cn apter directly indicating until a nation will avenge itself decessors and successors had done )h( ( Xi(( ., 1|m0 lhj ,,^ hua im plorupon its enemies. Is this not writBy the grace of Divine Providence, ^ ,. 1(>n ,ents to aid his cause. ten in the book of Jasher? And the he succeeded in enlisting the aid mhin m ,,„, „. xt p „ jnts 0 tho sun stayed in the midst of heaven, of the elements; he charged the ^ ( ^ ^ H ^ im|ped g .—. dark and cloudy day from the very outset is evidenced by the fact that the sudden rout of the enem> waoccasioned b) I terrific torm of literal stones as well as hailstones, as the record shows This in itself dismissed the idea held by many that the sun was shinnii: from the "midst ol heaven in the accepted term Evidenci lo tl thai the battle endi i the normal sunset, we find in 27, winch m ike it cli ar that the five i nen j kii the trees nil evenii N till evening" certainlj Indicates thai were still sum,' hours at least in go before Ihe sun hat ini>r.>ken through the clouds later in the da) so as t<> further help Joshua's armies in routing the enem) went down We have proof of this in verse 27 which stateAnd it came to pass (namely, later oni. at CORNER 40th ST. ana 1 PRAIRIE AVI. Temple Beth Shoiom Biltmore Production Men Schedule Function Attracts Crowds Jack A Abbott, president of the i From all indications. Jay RobinMen's Club of Temple Beth Shol son in "Night Must Fall." the cur ura, this week announced the rent stage presentation at the Bill group's annual summer swim and more Playhouse, will break all box steak party at the Hollywood Beach office records tor producer Sam Hotel on Saturday, September 4 Hirsch IIIMIItll DIGNIFIED MUtti HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES Y0M KIPPUR Weanesdoy wni^, Oct. J TWsdoy morai.,, ^ j R0SH HASHONA Mondoy (venial, Saet. 27 Tuesday awmiftfl, Seat. 21 Wednesday maraktf. Seat. 2* AM CONDITIONED TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS Daily, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., 5 to I p.m. Phone Sit MORRIS WEMSTEIN, Pres. Steve Hunter and his orchestra will provide music, and a flour i be featured. Tick• i • or available in the Temple's through Albert l. Ron. chairman ol the program com itti The Men's Club of Beth SholoiTl Since Tuesdaj night's opening, the northwi -• Miami Iheatn ii, 11. a beehive H activity ith lo cal tin.lire goers turning o masse to see Hie new icreei in his first stai i ance since the star! ol his Hollyw I Caret r Though "Nighl Musi Fall ran sponsors the youth program ol the over a year in London, and enjo) congregation. ed success also in its Ne* Vork staging, the play was act ahead of its tune, being the lirst to portray a psychopathic murderer and to study his psychological motivations. Mr. Robinson plavs the role of tn "mK down of the sun. that Dan. the bell hop turned thrillJoshua <-'"" !" nded and they took nop killer. Rhodelle Heller plays the GMJCC Young Adults to Mark Labor Day Here Young Adult League of the Town Branch Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will celebrate the Labor Day weekend at the Kingston Hotel and Yacht Club, according to an announcement this week by Abraham Rochstein. advisor and chaperone to the group. Festivities will begin Saturday tember 12. evening. 8 p.m.. with a barbecue 1 HEW YORK — American I r el S.J^ lm .' d ^:5?^ ,l, ,8a il J,5l Beach Lodge to Conclude Shipping Co., owner's representa lUf n t MTi.tn r ,IV< f Zlm Lines, announced the Meet With Games Party arrival here Wednesda) morning Next monthly meeting ol Miami f the S S Jerusalem from Haifa Beach Lodge, 1591, B'nai B'rith, lwo days ahead of schedule at Pier will be held Wednesday evening, Hfl North River The companj sinSeptember B, 8 p.m., at Ihe Di wwnced thai there is no chai Lido Hotel, according to Gershon "' ""' departure date from New them off the trees All this ex equally difficult role ol Olivia. plalns hc abouI '" Ihe passage: Maybelle Jalass has the pan of the And lhc sun s,avert ,n ,h !" dst shrewish old ladv "' ,h( heaven, and hasted not to John Behney directs the BToducCOme fnr,h about a whole da >' tion which will run through SepAhead of Schedule charge of arrangements is Helen Feldman. Members will be quartered in individual air conditioned rooms at the hotel. SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS NOW ON SAIE DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE A well known Cantor will perform the services RESERVE YOUR SEATS 7 to 10 a.m., and tram 7 to 9 a.m. Moderately Priced S. Miller, president After a short business mi 11 a -ocial and games parts Will take place Co-chairmen of the hospitalit) committee are Irving Schftzman and Joseph A Kogos, and commit tee members are Joseph Epstein, Joseph Fogelman. Abe Krankel. | Sol s. Goldstrom, AI Hellman, Ernest I Kass, Benj Moskowiu, I Harry Levine, Meyer Teigman, Da i vid Schwartz and Morris Rriegel York to Haifa scheduled for Sep b mbi r n at Tier 42 ROOM, BOARD and SMALL SALARY Jo Middleo 9 ed Woman in |,„., 'or companiomhip. 2129 j yy J.J St., Phone 82-7092. CALLING ALL PARENTS] The BETH EL ACADEMI Minmi'tt Only Hvbrvir All Day Srhool has enlarged its facilities and is now registering i in the following departments: KINDERGARTEN GRADE I GRADE II GRADE ID We offer an intensive, traditional Jewish education I well integrated and progressive program oi general i —modernity of pedagogical methods—fully accrsdnsiij the County School System — certified, expert and q enced teachers — modern and well-ventilated and I equipped classrooms — excellent playground racilrSes^ daily hot lunches — fully insured bus service — real tuition — limited number of pupils per teacher. ENROLL YOUR CHILD IMMEDIATELY come, write or phone THE BETH EL ACADEMY 500 S.W. 17th Avenue Phone A parent is never so tall as when he stoops lo bnaJ 1 child closer to his heritage and destiny. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER Cordially Imittt You To Atttni High Holy Day Services At Our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAl GABIES Conducted by RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP and CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON Assitled by THE CORAl GABIES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR Air-Conditioned for Your Comfort for Information Please Call 48-8073 The Synagogue with NO High Ho/May Public Honey Appeals Torah Temple LOt is AIU CASSEL MA K MIM; MAJOR NAT POLLACK Ms ADMINITATO Miami Beach LOUIS CARTENHAl* CajrraR ELISHA (ERNE* ASfQCIATI 0' T fo*>H Rf*" ANNOUNCES "••Mr-tl, OIGMirilO, %  l A V f t a f HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES HHREW-ENGUSH ur...,. fc,l#M ?!% %  • HEBREW-ENGIISH HTURGY Three Se.ti,, $ ttli ,„. IECTU1ES mi SERMONS IN ENGtlSH eserarni M • -.serar.oni .• Men Onl, Wome(| "fUtt Cam tktl S"^ *" ^ '" "' '•"•'•, lajMBBJJ A „ e^H .a Prke Re.„,iM, S^;.,, ttfitttlf ^ m ^ s ^^ im '<* E.VAT,0HSfc a ^ '"' ^ '^ ""* ^ ,Ke *-"•"0k. ^ ,204 West A.a^. w by rW •* Sm,1A "" Of fUNDS DURING THI HIGH HOLY DAYS I SUCH0SSATURDAY, SEPTEMtHMItl, MIONIGHT Admissiaii free



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    PAGE 16 *Jtistn€rktiJW>JL.. your suggestions as to how we can even better serve you ore not only welcomed but en-] couraged! DOZ. CANADIAN ACE BEER BOCK OR ALE c EXTRA STRONG 12-OZ. CANS 5.2' BUMBLE BEE CHUNK GREEN LABEL 0 Uv c MEL-O-SWIET DUCHESS COUNTY FAIR ICE C R E AM VANILLA -^ ssssss, 2 "NTS 29 ESSEX FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5 '• %  C 99 c s SPECIAL PICNIC FEATURE COCA-COLA CASE OF 24 69 C PLUS DEPOSIT i i BLUE RIBBON U.S.CHOICE CHUCK AST LB. BLUE RIBBON U. S. CHOICE RIB ROAST C R R ?. SS lb JJCVWWL $Aay. MIDGET GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN EVISCERATED TURKEYS HYGRADE'S SKINLESS ALL MEAT LB. PKG. 9 49 69 FRANKS FORMOST GENUINE KOSHER MIDGET SALAMI LB FANCY CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 FANCY CALIFORNIA LARGE ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 29 29 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY jam.



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    rpTEMBER 3. 1954 k*i<,H!i,icHnr> PAGE 9 [man's Troth BteinToM e |hal blossomed in Hi'.'.h School between „,. > popular students, Miu Lillian Gilfootball star Malcolm became the festive PERSONALLY S P E A K fKG Prof and Mrs. Leonard DcLonga announce the birth of their on Roy, on August 22 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs DeLonga is the former Sandra Katz. The brii wai held on Sunday, August 29. with Rev. Abraham Sell officiating. Prof DeLonga. whose paintings have been hun.^ in ntimerous New York museum-, and in galleries throughout the nation, was last week named chairman 01 the Department of Art at T< U Wi University Mr and Mrs Sidney II. Palmer are leaving Sunday lor Atlanta, Columbia, 8.C., New York, Detroit and Windsor, Ontai io Mr, and Mrs. Morton Weiss, ol 1722 S\V 18th st.. announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey, at Mount Siml Hospital on T-uesdas Jeffrey joinhithree-year-old brother, Sheldon. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman C> IC^NBERQ. OOMT Mrs Monle Selia, 725 West Di Lido dr.. Miami Beach, is shown left as she presents Mrs. Zippcrah Sharett. wile of Israel s Prime Minister, with a silver pin making her an honorary sponsor of State of Israel Bonds. Theater Party Due To assist in reaching the $9,000. 000 goal set at the recent national convention of Hadassah in New York City. Mt. Scopus Group be Kins its season with theatre party at the Biltmore Playhouse on Wed nesdaj evening, September 8. "Night Must rail." starring JayRobinson, will be featured. Mrs. Irwin I.iss is in charge of rescn.itions Ear AM Occti*s 30 COtM or BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY BAR0T6IL g-64M Organizations and Religious Institutions We will eppreciefe reteiVi'm a* e>rly M pmsikl* ffce Rosh *•• greetings fraae •rfewiiatiaeM mm4 release** iwifrferfl^e* fe appear w Ike saecief seeflee) •> The Jewish fhridimm New fear faYtfaa *• %  ecofee" te rel.gi.ei I*t1itwti—t •*€ erg.ei.etieai. Call •• •* *"•• To* Can Urine All The. lord Ten YOB %  fail vrrnoiT Galnlne A Blnele Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS l nanataee • Bcestenlcal r e YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH Guaranteed Non-Fattening" ajn | m t%laale— mm H far MM* 4-Oz. 8iz BottlcOnly 75o AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORI MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH ] 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE %. I Inhome off SUNSHINE FASHIONS •rep QJa pat off. Miami • Miami Beach • Ft. Lauderdala West Palm Beach



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    [AY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1954 */'H/V,l fkrirfirtr PAGE 5 IAS-USNA Merger Complete \ vo|{K—Close lo two years filiations and planning (or tablishment of a single Jewtional and international mi ncy were culminated ,ck with consolidation of the Immigrant Aid Society i, I'nited Service for New cans (USNA) and the mij'.ra ervices of the Joint Distrihummittee (JDC), into a new called United HIAS Servi* Touster, last president" of who has been elected first lent of I'nited HIAS Service, [need the consummation of pnsolidation at a press conheld here in the agency's headquarters, at 425 Lafay|t The agency became operatollowing a brief ceremony, which New York State AtGcneral Nathaniel Goldpresented to Touster. Walter iringer, first chairman of the kency't executive committee, frthur Creenleigh, executive |or a framed facsimile of the I; of consolidation which len-Zion Shot to Death was filed with the Secretary of State in Albany. Merger of the Jewish migration services, performed on a global %  scale, was prompted by Jewfao • %  communities throughout the world. Aereemont on proposals for the j merger was first announced on January 28 at a press conference held in the New York officeof the Council of Jewish Federations tnd ; Welfare Funds, which was chaired [by Edwin Rosenberg, national lyi known Jewish communal leader who initiated the merger negotia tions in September, 1952. The new single agency is expected to give better and more expeditious service to migrants and to eliminate duplication and overlap( ping in the field of Jewish migraI tion. This step was hailed by Touster as "one of the most significant developments in American Jewish organizational life." HIAS. during its 70-year exist ence. played a role in the lives of nearly every Jewish family in I America and countless thousands j overseas. USNA, and its predecessors, in resettling Jewish refugees and displaced persons during the comprehensive welfare program | ever undertaken in this country on behalf of immigrants — a program which reached into every community in this country At the first meeting of the I'nited HIAS Service board of director-, which is composed of 80 former HIAS directors, and a similar num ber designated by USNA. Greenleigh, former USNA executive di' rector, and widely-known aulhority in the refugee and migration f.eld, was appointed executive director, to head the operations of the newagency in all parts of the world. The budget of HIAS, which for 1954 was set at two million do! lars, is being covered by contributions from its vast membership and by grants from Jewish welfare funds throughout the United States and abroad. The approximately $600,000 budget of USNA and the | estimated $1,500,000 budget for the JDC migration services this year are covered by allocations from the UJA. Beginning with 1955, however, United HIAS Service will! raise its funds independently through contributions from indiv-! iduals and allocations from Jewish f£ 1 I I o ^M Baf -— Mj^k %  IH 1 ^^m ^^H MK ^H MM mm mmx29k %  n USalem* Was Miamian • past 20 >' ears carried out the most federations and welfare funds tions. In a ceremony inaugurating United HIAS Service, newlymerged Jewish national and international migration agency, New York State Attorney General Nathaniel Goldstein (second from right) presents a facsimile copy of the certificate of consolidation filed in Albany, to officials of the organization. Receiving the certificate are Ben Touster (second from left), elected first president of the worldwide agency; Walter H. Bieringer (left), chosen chairman of the executive committee; and Arthur Greenleigh, executive director of the agency'.global operaSamuel Ben-Zion, former leader of Miami Beach (enter and a resident of i 1 reel, was shot to death \ Frida) evening services' pertinent building he Jerusalem. |h Dr Ben-Zion was his sonuhn is reported critically Jed in a hospital luncement of the spiritual h was made here Sunhis cousin. Mrs. Pauline ol 121 2nd ter. Di Lido prding to reports. Dr. Beni.iattacked by three killers. ]>: whom have already been niled Israeli police indiIh it the murder came hard |t heels of a disagreement ?n Dr. Ben-Zion and one of i lliants fici and interment were atliy thousands of persons in I The spiritual leader Miami Beach last April and i| sessions of the Southern I National Jewish Welfare convention. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Miller Electric Co. ,uality Contracting and Service !20 S. 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    SEPTEMBER 3. 1954 Emanu-EI I Oxford School,Buys Additional Quarters Oxford School has +Je*lst)Tk>rknan PAGE II ;traf ion on School Of Temple' 17111 \\a-hm:ti>n ave., mistering children fr the Uiool year in •'' l |,,,,l, w ^i. sunda) School and ced I>r. Herman R. j ,iii;iii of the school. ow iti this ireek MM a boon planned to needs of student* at all 1,\. I"IB aildi excellent knowledge of, language and tradi-tuff i> expertly trained 1 III methods of capturing g | of the child and makFebrew and Sunday School table and worthwhile ex|t which he eagerly looks leliglona School students tec limes weekly. Classes raining in Jewish history lav customs, as well as inacquired an additional 200 feet of bayfrunt property on Miami Beach to estab lish a Kirl's residence and to make way for the Coming school buildin:, gee-online i" an announcement this week hy Kabbi Abraham (a -el. din-dor. Oxford DM been boil; at 1204 West ;ivi\. and now will ha\e idditional facilities on the estate formerly owned by well known Mir Reon Dr. Cayetano I'anettiere at 1254 West avc. The large piece of property. 200 I hy 441 feet, now gives Oxford j School and Torah Temple almost three acres of choice Miami Beach bayfront land on which to build and extend the many planned community activities which will follow the teachings of Rabbi Cassel. Using modern psychology as a basis for a religious and educational approach, Oxford will offer Hebrew language. | schooling in grades from kindereased enrollment of girls I arten through high school with lew [department continues a %  need during the past he added. Children in hd grade or above are eligifnrollment and are providtransportation from the i oepteiTiDer lb religious training, Mitzvah. optional. including Bar Citizenship Day BiscayM and North Irnuntary Schools. School is open to all chil•:i Kindergarten through lc ClasSOl are held for through the sixth grade lay mornings in two ses|m 9 a.m. to 12 noon. In to supervised play and ebration of the childrens" p, there are weekly Sabtrties in which tote from five years of age particitraditional prayers and Transportation is provided | from tne Temple of education is Saul Notice that Citizenship Day has been changed to Thursday, September 16, is being sent to all civic, patriotic, women's and fraternal organizations participating. Previous date had been announced here as September 17. The September 16 ceremonies will be preceded aa scheduled by a 7 p.m. parade directed by Sheriff Tom Kelly and the 8 p.m. official program in Bayfront Park Auditorium. Citizenship Day is sponsored by the Harvey W. Seeds Post. American Legion One of the invited speakers, said Post Commander Ed R. Greenfield, will be State Depart ment Commander Joseph Jenkins. Prominent in the event will be the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, and the Conference of Jewish Women with its 71 affiliates. Also working closely with the program directors are Mrs. Harry Rogers. Mrs. Sam Komack and Mrs. Charles Brown, of the Miami Beach High school PTA. Coordinator is Helen Alpert. See or Phone Me NAT GANS rh. 3-4616 4 9981 INSURANCE NffOS eoliton life Iniwrance Co. scoyne Bldg., 19 W. H.fJ.r Listen to SCHACHTER'S Idish Program •ndoy, WMBM, 12 to 1 fM I'om it Hi* tint oat kMtk litenin| m ii m f Lodge Names Delegate Allan Cordish. 3604 SW 24th st., has been chosen by the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Florida State University to attend the ninth annual Hillel summer institute in Starlight. Pa., from Septemb er 1-10. A GMDorTiSo?ir^^ SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. P. 4-5860 i Have your roof repaired now; you will eave on a new roof later • %  Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 S.W 3rd St. Call 9-Mli 'ALMER'S MIAMI Haml'a One | And Only JEWISH IONUMENT BUILDERS rge Stock )n Hand For | Immediate Delivery! MONUMENT GO. Serving tin Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS Ltt H h//-/ |>.. MA fhoom 4-43 Proceeds for Israel Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold its annual "September Affair" dance on Sunday evening, September 5, 9 p.m., at the RobertRiekter Hotel. In charge of arrangements are Elaine Schwartzman, president, and Ona Lowe, chairman. Assisting ll Carol Kahn and Ruth IM-..I Preeeed* are for Meier Shfi i hildren %  village. Parn inge grove and Henrletta Szoid School ol Nursing, all in Israel. • Bayfront estate of Dr. Cayetano Panettiere at 1254 West ave., Miami Beach, which has just been purchased by Torah Temple for its new girl's resident school addition to Oxford School. CHAZAN WANTED for High Holidays by Downtown Synagogue. Inquire evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 or telephone 82-1881. vffc GUARANTEE r '<**o5 mutes, yi differenci j^/y/yvww sssss/. let us mount a set—you'll be amazed! For a driving experience that will really open your eyes. Just ride • few blocks on the U. S. Royal 8. In 10 minutes, you'll change your ideas about what tires can do for your car. You feel bumps level out, hear tire squeal hushed... turn easier, stop safer. Come try the totally new tire today! the totally new tire U. S. Royj • MfT ). Totall, new R/Df-IESS MMtt AND JOUNCE 2. Totally new STEERING-EASIER CAR CONTROL 3. Total/? new TRACTION-STOPS FASTER, STRAIGHTER 4. Totally new MILEAGE— UP TO 250 EXTRA MILES PER 1.000 5. 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    PAGE 12 *•* iff n^rtfall JRIDAY. SE RELIGIOUS BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions ol the liturgy during Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bergman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Suedos. A guest Itabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 730 a.m. and 6:30 and 7 p.m. K • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services Bl i.irmerlv ol Miami Beach and REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your home are the better and more economical way DRYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TENT METHOD Straight 5-Year Guarantee on Diywood or Subterranean Termite! TRULY NOLENi <$w~f tiKiaimiiits MIAMI — 841 Biscayne Blvd. 826441 MIAMI BEACH 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 skop officiating and preaching i n the topic: "How to Treat People Who Work for You." Saturdaj morning servicewill includi Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son oi Mr. and Mr*. J ick rol uri I oral Gables rhe Tobacks will be h ists al thi Kid hish following • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold i id, • %  > V CI s •'' 6:30 p HI with Rabbi Mi I officiating Saturdaj moi ices are Bl 8 30 a m Wh< n the Hal.hi will discuss the Week!) Portion. Class in Bible is sch for 5 30 p m Minch i will be al II 30 p m followed bj Shall dos tar and Mrs Joseph Schwartz will be lie r TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Kndav evening service* al 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing "M> Answer to Ihe state Questionnaire on Segregation in the Schools." Saturday morning services are al 10:45 a.m., when Norman Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lachman, 4454 Adamave., will become Bar Mitzvah. Canter Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions oi the liturg] FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will Kndav evening sen ici al I P m ui'h Ri i Leo Hcin ufl ing Saturdaj morning services are scheduled for 9 a m hen I. Ilcini will discuss the Weeklj Por tion ami chanl Ihe liturgj Mint ha will be at 6:30 p.n %  i bj M.i,.' TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj evening services al 8:30 p.m Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate and preach on the topic "Quesl for Happiness Cantor Albert GlantZ, assisted by the choir, will render the nni -leal portions oi the liturgy Participants will be .loan Peralstein and Jerry Berke. Bobbj Hollander will assist at Kiddush Opening the Ark will be Phil Brown Greeting worshippers at the dour will lie Larrj Iserson and DenGold, with Ronnie Shalt and David I'earl-lem acting as usherRabbi and Mrs Herson will be hosts at the i Shabbat following, in honor of their tenth wedding anniversarj Saturday m i i ervices an 9 a m when the Rabin will (lieu-"Authoritj and Justice KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will ln.ld servici Friday at n p in Special announcements for activities i,i (he followi will be marl,bj saui \i, nngofl president, and Abraham Finestom in-t vice president, on Saturdaj Sept J. 1954 Talmud class will be conducted bj Louis D ibl • I i i' in Mincha is al 6 *S p.m CanTEMPLE EMANU-EL wil Id Fridaj evenii ervta WiI h Rabbi Irving Lehman ciatii s %  ";: are at an, W,H di-ca-'!: rendei the TEMPLE ISRAEL *H hold I %  nfficial : '< ,n ''"' l: '!-'' %  in lav 12, from 9:30 • 12 Mantell Unveiling M, de lication ol a monu to thi Ihe late Mantell formerlj ol 530 SVt 39th ave will lake place Sundaj Si p 10 ., m al Mounl Nebo I'emeter: with R I bi 1 %  on Horo ti II i-invived bj his wifi Frieda; his fath er, Morns and five brothers Al i ments are in charge ol Palm ei Miami Mounmenl Companj • i, an a-ked to II Smith Unveiling Thi numenl to Ihe n %  Ihe lati cl will lake | e Sunda Sep • Mounl N %  nffici bj In i menl re in V mi Menu Friends Mami Convalescent Home LEO ALLFV O'-f-tor 3)5 S W ijth Avenue Phwi I-M17 and •Ofl Soecializ'ng ,n Cjr ? to \ne Elde'W II Chronically III. 24.Hour Njt,ml Srrv icf Sociai Di-t Sl->rtiy Ot>rrvtfl Pr'vnte .md Bmi.Privtt4 Rooma Mr and Mrs FYMMUM Prager. formerlj ol Miami Reach and of New York City, died Sunday. AUK ,,-t 8. in a KLM Royal Dutch Airlinecra-h in the Azores Mr and Mrs Prager were (lying France to Smith America I i an there. I hi y were H havi !i e to 1 isit Mrs I'rnue: parents Mr and Mis Samuel Lern1804 Euclid ave Mr Prefer waa in the import, xport bu-iness in .New York City ami held a Professorship at OCNY Mi and Mrs l.erner are | w in Neu Suk making prepara tanfor services and interment '/ WANT HI "•lowish I o in in On The Air" Every Sundoy-10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: V.'M E 1140 on dial With Various features Produced end Directed by SIMON SfJDfN 303 S.W. T7fft Ave. Ph. 82-5180 STATION WWPB 1450 on Yojr C al proiiHy pro-.,nil % •-, HEALTH RtSORl P.\. HOTCt : % %  >•, %  tawt, £**^C* "* ••*' **•*' 411 r'I. ; REGISTERED NUmia 24 HO C -,..... r.p.,r on ,„ Mak T COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wr,ok. Rebuilt Bod! 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    PAGE 2 +J*i_ president ni the AOA, Dr Schneider is the iir-t South Florida optometrist ever named to tindepartment. The Miami Beach vision special i-t ipresident ol the International Academy (it (Iptometric Contact Lens Practitioners and secretary of the Florida Optometric Association and editor of the stale group's bi-monthly journal, the "Florida Optometrist Dr. Schneider also is past president of the Miami Beach Jaycees and the Miami Beach Optimist club. ADL also noted that Mat Gen Kirke B Lawton, retiring com mander of the base, had praised the report. We believe that the American people are entitled to the answers to the questions which our report did not answer and which only the Army can." the ADL declared. The ADL. in a summary of conclusions contained in its memorandum, said this weekend that "we found sufficient evidence in addition to persuasive hearsay to conclude that one kej security officer at the installation was personally anti-Semitic." This officer was considered to have followed "a consistent pattern of delays and other dilator] tactics in clearing Jewish employes, bul is expeditious when it came to non-Jewish employes" The ADL pointed out thai il •unable to prove that the antiSemitism ol tinke) securitj ol ficer was a motivating factor in initiating the suspensions he stimI." It noted tli it the an to the question could onlj have bet n i.bt.lined b\ careful examination ol the files "i each %  l the MXI The AD1 statement noted a fur ther conclusion thai "the estab luihed criteria for securitj evaluation are so without safeguards thai malicious rumor and the most careless hearsaj can be the basis for suspensions and lossol security clearances n,e statement also stressed th< a.ion that "the unMrtunah public impression that communism was rampant among the suspended civilian personnel at Ft. afon mouth, and that it W1S rooted al DAY WORKERS S5 A $6 and Fort Hotel Mo.ds Porters Dishwasher* Colored Moids-Port Time or foil Time in Privoto Homei ACE EMPLOYMENT %  17 N E. tit v. No Charge Ph. J-SS07 Employer CIEAM CHEESE ISTT CREAM CHEESE IN THE JEWISH HOME UNLESS ITS too* for the name accepted for generations m Jewnh homes A fovorite for gentry Breakstone's Creom Cheesfl preferred became if, rid JJ creamier, smoother. The spread for bagels ond ... the ideal complem**!, lox, whrtefish, and all oft* smoked fish. And si con* and thrifty in thai handy big V* rb. package. • • • • • • • • MOVING IS SO EASY.. WHEN YOU CI.L S. el. I'YiM'fllM.'lll and >l. IIY|IIIIII IFYOUSUFFER g% M M MJ of HEADACHE rf% / # NEURALGIA NEURITIS FAST RELIEF with The way thousands of physicians and demists recommend MfJIf'i WHY Anocin il like o doctor's prescription. That is, Anocin contains not i„st one but a combination of medically proved ac'ive ingredients. No other .product gives foster, longer-lasting relief from po*n of headache, neuritis, neuralgia than Angcin Tablets Buy Anoonii todoyl WL I&>|.IIIII 'HEBREW BOOK STORE* | 417 Washington Ae., Miami Beach j Between Fourth and Fifth Sfs. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES j for Synagogues and Private Use i Also for Hebrew Schools Telephone 5 9017 llSIAf 1 CERTIFICATES S=2*fe* VcwtLim, MIIMI i Oldest and One el the laitk'i Lltfii Lent Distinct ill DIM llDlli Mill L World's Largest Pest Control Company Call 2-1776 Member o< B'nol a'rh* Firt KKPECTKHI J Lula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVER Y • Cut Flowers • Potted Plants • Corsages Funera Designs • Weddings • Parties 1910 S.W. 8th STREET 2-5790 Phones • 2-5384 350 Lincoln Road Mezzanine — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Are. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Framea Duplicated • Large Selection in Lateat Stylea STORAGE SPACE NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR TWO, MODERN. 7 STORY WAREHOUSES Fireproof Construction Only Private Stooge Rooms si Greater Mum • Silver IMRU|VMINJ. 100% K 0 T. Automatic Eke and Burglary Protection p HONE 82-7^1 s 1 r.rr\ •Mr.-.-.-.-.s ::::: :::::i::::i:y 1111^ i\ FOR THE SUNDAY pltffjCBASW THE BREAD THAT'S. NATURALLY. GOOD! 'J ZjffltyfA BOHEMIAN fiyf PUMPERNICKEL IR£MCH BREAD £6(7 TWIST* CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI III The most valuable possession or Riverside is tke good will of the families: we ferve. ivn'siilf MEMORIAL CHAPEL" 4 \^ \j FUNERAL DIIECTOIS AUGUST BROS, BREAD 361 W 8TM STRffT MIAMI FlODIDA rree Poking TW0 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Miami Bett* W Flagler & 20th Ave. 1236 Washington A* i I'hone 9 2664 Phone S-lW %  34.HOUR llllMtll M**** 1 lDWA D T. NIWMAN. Funeral Dir--jor AB %  %  **<" l HIW VOKK : 76th fcffet and Amrterdam Ave. aaoOKLVN • MONX • toieo II* HD



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    PAGE 8 +Jeistn*rldton FRIDAY^S EPTEMug,, Miss Brooks Weds Dental Student: Ring For Her Ceremony is Family Heirloom Miss Shirley Dianne Brooks mar ried Lawrence I Brant in a 6:30 p.m. service on Sunday at the Dl Lido Hotel Rabbi Morris Skop Ol ficiated. For the rites, the bride wore the gown of chantilly lace over slipper fatin which has become traditional attire lor brides in her lather's family. Newlywed Mrs Brant is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis .1 Brooks, no N\v 40th ave, The groom's parents are the Benjamin Bruits, of 2475 S\V 21st st. The bridal dress was d< si with fan-shaped train and point on hand sleeves Her illusion veil fell fingertip-length from a crown of seed pearls. Shi' carried a tin) mother of pearl Bible covered with white orchids and stephanotis An heirloom wedding rum also vas used In the ceremonj MrMartin Knobel was matron of honor for her Bister She chose blue nylon chiffon. Junior bridesmaids were Deborah and Candy Blumenthal. cousins of the bride. Harvey L. Brant was best man for his brother. A cocktail party Robin, dl %  : [hter ol Mr nd MrPhilip I). •:. n, 2798 M\ 34th ct. son ol Mr and Mr In in %  I5n SW 12th -' Sandra, daughter of Mr and Mrs, Bruce Esplin, 8780 SW 48th St Larry Harvey, son ol Mi and Mrs William Litwin, 552 s\\ 9th St. Barrj Stew rt, son ol Mr and Mrs Herman Press, 15200 NE 10th ct. Robin Gayle, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerome Tali. 6180 SW 10th .st. Susan Anne, daughter of Mr and MrJoseph Krull, 74 ir. SW 30th ter. Mrs. Lawrtnce I. Brant Miss Silvcrman Weds Mr. Saul Cohen Ann Arbor. Mich, will be the new home ol tinnewb wedded Mr and MrSaul S ohen, mat ried 'ugusl I!' in tin' Inn Hotel ll .i: bor N ..n l %  Is the son of N wG Mi ol hoi as Inbrother's besl A reception al Ih i Ho tel followed thi Ih, couple Itc ,i! wedding trip Radio Hour Change Gross and Bimbaum Viddish .mi tinv.,-, k anno inci d that beginning Sund ty. Si | 5. its ntation will be in ard P m over station VVMIE Mrs. Cohen Miss Sandra Bossak. of Miami, poses beside 96-acre Lake Shushana at Camp Belle Aire. high in the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee. A junior counselor. Sandra is the 17-vear old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Bossak. 3894 NW 2nd nl r 5nn W K T5 ,his ,al1 a Miami Se !" 1 High School Over 200 boys and girls, age six through 16. from 14 states are attending Belle Aire .his year, including nine from he Mam, area. One of seven counselors a. the camp from Miami. Sandra teaches arts and crafts. She belongs to^empE Israel and is secretary of its youth group. She is a pas seal tary of B'nai B nth Girls and a senior direcjor of Anchor Kvelvh Nicberg Wears Twin Sister'^ \i Home Ceremony in Miami .\i!.r ns| ;' i pijn Ruth Nieberg became url Niebers h.> ls Mi. William Schwaivman in a 4:30 riage by lv, fa he| *" on Sunday, August Rabbi Morn h •;,, .T.142 SW 5th St le.aler I 1 ; Mr and MlSam .ter. oftil The groom K Skop. I lie | taffeta | 'hat her IW J Miss Merit 1. Jacobs .liiciilis. KtfflVl'tZ Ik'lrothal Revealed Miss Merle Joy Jacobs and Gi i aid Kraveti are engaged Intro duction of the couple took place three years ago, when Gerrj was spending the Labor Dai weekend al Hie Karnel Hotel. Look Sheldrake \ v The bride elect ithe daughter ol Mr and Mrs Julius Jacobs of the Karnel Hotel and 960 SM -i Miami Mr Kravctz is of Brooklyn, N V A former copy girl for The Mi Herald Miss Jacobs ; nw w i itcs the Topin Pops record n column ol the Fun in I j, xiphoi at I versitj "i Mian i, n li-h She iilso t He Cox hi \, u 'i both will i I Diversity Students Married Sim. l ay i Del h <; a I Gottfi 11 The bride is tl Mr %  Ir\1 i D : G • %  : The bride's i' ;i "; %  • his %  '" %  •' man w,. 11, ,,„,. Gottfried -I'-'included Melvin ,l !""' v Tallaha i,„ w ,„,„ ;"" New York, and D I, i.t'U 1A reception and d Iheceremon) al the Ah, ],,.,,., Newlywed MrGotl sophomore, and the brid. room is in Iniinal y, School ol Architecture 1( I ,I!"V'"M"'' ""' SW loth si Miami Bride-Kleel lVud '"• %  '"> [ive friends ol bn '"•'—•I Muravchick feted I %  ; ; '"' 11 luncheon held ,,„ g "' "lay, Augu t 29, „t ih. Hotel Hostesse were ll ,i "' 1 and M,-I „ l u l, "' h 2Kf -SMSfi Mi.ss Muravchick %  wedding will take ^ """ day. Septcn!!,! S? he 2 S Hotel. dl Uu Suonj % %  'tit wriejj 'andi Mm '"! "f h-ioar. w uu>k| ;nl < cirnatk^J '"l**d Mjr^l brothfT. i •I 1 lotl th blue silk Mri. William Schmrimmm ian loel Lachman, son of Mr. and Mis. Rulph Lach1454 Adams ave.. Mill, will become Bar • % %  -::; on Saturday. S*pei 4, 10:15 a.m.. at Tern Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon w:'l offiaate. Noru student at Both Shol|i0U9 School, is in ihe ith grade al Miami Beach hool. d Sehwar/manl*!*?; ave. His hrr.-h.r j„ Schwarxma, ,,, sl „£ The hnde ,„ lred Wlon net ., *h.t>t_ff gown, with the back the white wore for An.;n A Wn "' bl(BH orchid itri semble Matron ol • r ftls Brblich, !h ,„„," St I.oin M sh< a, | a short in' of vi % %  !. • pink carnal ii (ierstenteld n a grey net dn al*o carried ; Ushers inci here, the brii Louis. Mothers groom wore trimmed in beaded IK* ring of the groom's motheri eel at thr ceremony Newlywed MrSt* formerl.v oi Si UIUIS. from Miami High School| now attending the I'rue Miami, where -he i> mx education She ia men Delta I'hi l; m Lambda I'hi service MflM Kappa Helta Pi honors] i fraternity I'residei • .she is ,,! %  ...n for I Teachers ol rxa The grool Univenit) of u :UI he belonced { fr.ilerni'v II Book and Box Thea Also I : pi Omefa -r'nitv.kj ow iis ., i: IIC'UCJI Mr Sclv | in the I S With tile I I Miami in I in Japan After a %  on m City and Ai %  "uaicj !* %  at h"ii. ; 6 Bergman Iter Mitzvali Siiiurdiiy Philip Be,. fi his Bar Mi" iturda at Congre !tor Aaron U I ate A ice pi | Social Hall I '• lip U ""' Mr. and Ml He is pupi I' v I Junior lliuh Be litmus Si I Tots About T own. IS WANTED ON THE P"ONE: chirps wiruwm. r? wn Mwqolit. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. George MargolBeach <3ld Sl M5 mi THIS IS MINE Gorf smiles insiatantly son of Dr. and Mi* Rose. 9850 East Bof ? lf dr.. Miami Beach. itai.



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    r • PAGE 12 > *V iff f*""l'*i"ri JPIDAY, SE RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY'^ WkWt BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services ;it 6:30 p. PI I antor Aaron WeUV ten will rend* r t 'it musici (ions oi the liturgy nurin;, rvices ..i 8 30 .i in. Philip, son ol Mr and Mrs. Abraham Bergman, will becomi Mitzvah. Mincha is at 6:30 p m. wed bj Shalos Suedos \ Rabbi will disc tl Weeklj Por I ion Dailj si n ici an it 1 %  nd 630 and 7 p m BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj evening services al (i:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen are at 8.30 a m Rabbi Shmarj ahu Swirskj will officiate and rh on the topic "The Dream and the Program." Cantor Ri-hel Lutman will render the musical portions of the liturgy ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are :.t 8.30 a in Mincha will be at 6:15 p.m Rabbi Abraham Sachs will preach on the Weekly Portion BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services al 6:15 p.m. Saturdaj morning sen are al 9 a m Sundaj services will be held al B a m Daily sen ices re s heduled for 7 30 a m. and p.m MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold 1 i \' MIIIL: -( \ ices .it 6:45 p.m v I urd o morning sen-ices are at 8 30 m., when Rabbi Simon April will %  fficiate and preach on the topic: Totalitarianism, Monarchy and K racj Cantos Berele Kclemer will render the musical por t ions of the liturgy Class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followt d 1 Mincha and Shalos Seudos NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and speaking on the topic. 'Jewish Pilgrim Father-." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore direct • choir Saturday and Sunday ii es are ..t '.> ., m servici are scheduled for i a in and 7 p m • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood v. ill hold Friday evening services 0 p m dedicated to members nf the Sistei M I raham president, will address thi Rabbi David Shapiro will officii %  oi hiser mon is: "The Eternal spirit of ii Optimism." Cantor Moid. Ha '.-rr.tr. will rendi r the musi cal portionol the liturgy An t illou n I rvicft are al !l ,, m th R ibi will discuss the '•' %  eekl; Daily s< at 9 a m ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday • • (;.]-, S tui morning u nices with Rabbi M i Malavsk] officiating and disJustice i an kovi will rendi %  iioi th" liturgy ha will I" t 6:15 p.n Sh Jos s. udos CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv• 8.15 p.in with Rabbi Morns TCUPIF FVtANU EL will hold Skop TEMPLE E the Who Work for 1 ., mi ,., will TEMPLE ISRAEL (•rvices at DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE i. I ..! %  • ror R -liKi p in will when the Rabbi will discuss thi W Class in Bibl owed b> S • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM hold Fridaj evenin i -> r> ici 8 15 p in with I Leon ( [or R 'ici mda> 12 fron 12 i Mantell Unveiling im< ni • i eorge r |j ol 530 SV. Sunday, Sep in ., m al Moan! Nebo with Rabbi Leon Horo • M intell i-ur officiating and discuss D > hiwil la his fath Answer to the Stati Qu v ,.,. M,,,,,. a nd five brothers Ar on Segn in in the Schools • are in charge ol PalmSaturda) morning services are al in 45 .i in when Norman Joel, son oi Mr and Mrs Ralph Lachman. 4454 Adams ave will becomi Mitt ah Cantoi Samuel K. will rendi r the mu turgj Prn§erl Killed in Air Crash Mr and Mrs Fruuuin Prager. formerly ol Miami Beach and of \,. w Y,,ik City, dud Sunday. AUR u-t 8. in 1 KLM KpvaJ Hutch Airlinecrash in the Azores Ml and MrPrager were flying from France In South America II then thvy were to havr. ,i here In rteil Mrs PmajM parents, Mr and Kra, Samuel I^-rn %  1804 Kiii'lid 1*1 Mr Prager was m the import xporl buslneas in New York City and held a ProfessoraMp at CCMY there Mr and Mrs I.erner are now in Nee York making prepara (ii ntor services and interment Joseph Rose Dead at 45 Joseph Rose, executive director oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation from June 1944 to Srptcm; 1940, died of a heart attack on Sunday, August 15. at Easton. Pa Mr Rose was 45 years old. 'I WAiTi? fl'nfe. J24 i Miami Mounmenl < "ompanj i at ivi are aski Smith Unveiling II' n ol a monument 10 Ihe • : 'be late Elii FLAGLCR-GRANADA JEWISH I Mount Neb p m with Rev. Leo Hi ing Saturdi ;m,,n '" survived COMMUNITY CENTER Fridj scheduli d I I a.m., when Ri Menu will discuss the W eekl> Por by her huband llarrj and seven %  -i i Vri re in TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH SIDE CENTER will hold I I evening services al 8:30 p.m Rab bi Abraham Herson will officiate and preach on the topic Quest for llappine-Cantor Albert Clant/ assisted by the choir, will render the musical portionol the liturg) Participants will be -loan Peralstein and Jerry Berke. Bobb) Hollander will a--i-t al Kiddii-h Opening the Ark will be Phil Browi Greeting worshippers al the door will be Larrj Iserson and Doris Gold, with Bonnie Shalt and David Pearlstein acting as ushers Rabbi and Mrs Herson will be hosts al the I Shabbat following, in honor ol their tenth wedding anniversary Saturdaj morning services are al 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will dis cuss "Authorit) ai ce." KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold servici Frid %  > p m Special announcement activities ol the following week will be made bj Saul Mi r president, and Abraham Finestom lir-t vice president S I Sepl 4. 1854 Talmud class will nducted I Lou Dublii • 4 p in Mincha is al 6 4.") p m Can~ HtAlTM RI >. HOTCt 54 V itHIM -> "Mr wish I o in in On The Air" Every Sundoy-10:30 to 11:30 o m. Stotion: V.'ME 1140 on dial Wild Various fralurn Produced end Diiected by SIM0.1 SEIDEN 503 5.1V. 17th Ave. Ph. 825180 U>* MIAMI fifor, ; STATION VVWPB J > 1450 on Yojt D.ol J t privily prr:,ms i : YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR j wi'h ; The Crcn 0 1 Jw,ih CamiMntafan '. Morris Nasatir ] I fvry Sunday fron ?:30 to 11 ajn \ les U 0 Jr Cveii /,,, SIMON W01F Noted Yiddish Actor and Playwright REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular visits to your home are the better and more economical way DRYWOOD TERMJYES ERADICATED NYLON TENT METHOD Straight 5-Year Guarantee on Diywood or Subterranean Termites TRULY N0LEN lirnr u 136 s.w. sth St. -'"rror ^ur^ Morris Or/in PHONE 3-4834 ^9 6srd, B Fendell Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memor) oi the late Augusta Fendell, formerly of 62 NW 19th ave will take place Sunday. September 6, 1 p m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Kabbi S T Swirsky it ing Mrs. Fendell is surviv ed b) hi r husband lakkm, and seven children Friends*and retail ves are aski .1 to attend. ••:.-^l m and be sort FLORlll D AIR | E] No^otimni Vitamin "D" "Milk ProW] 0ers PrshrM Creoter Miasti I Vitit Osr Fsmsl hi of Bird Rd. ssd tion and chant the liturg) Mincha charge ol Pali Miami 1 will be at 6:30 | Friends Maai MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtoi. Director S505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone e7-82M Kami Convalesrenl Home LEO ALLEN O'-r I-3!6 S w. Hih Avenue Phonrt J1 .*!? and •0*'l Soecialumg in Care to tse E Ide' ly "' Chronically III. 24 Hour Njrir5 Sery irSociai Dirtj Stririiy Obierved Pnv.nte and Baml Privtls Rooms (pomplete and Jbependat/e c%//e IAMI TITLC & Qhtract Co, M 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUimi ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSl Tilt* Inturancs Psliciei si Kansas City Tills laswranc* Co. Capital, Smrplmi A Icisrvri licfi S3.000.000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE! "In Oui 20th Year of Community Service'' DadeFedei CAN HOP YOU WITH LOW COST, EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT HOME FINANCING to BUY, BUILD, REFINANCE, REPAIR or RfMO0B| Conault our friendly Home Loan Official" about your home financing problems NOWTHERE'S NO OBLIGATION! SAVINGS Accounts here are INSURED to S10.0UO b> he savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and EARN wce %  >..„ 1,,,>ou at the curren( ra t,. ol 3% K DadeFede XJStfH M IIPTON. Pri<*n' wxm M. IITTON. rrs-wMfit Now 4 convenient oHices to $n g .. ••lac MAIM OP'KI PI4. Mrst AMS 'W NW. J.t* $t, M TAMIAMI 11*110 IDISON CfNTB I [OISON Cini" r^ 577 M-W. ^* A J* RESOURCES EXCEED 59 MILLION D0LU* RESERVES EXCEED 3% MILLION DOU*"* CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY (LABOR A*>


    rrEMBER 3. 1954
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    PAGE 13
    BAL SHORTS Rifkind CivftjX4#>S?Mes Statement
    Anti-Semites Behind New
    Program in Massachusetts
    WORCESTER (WNS) The "Amer
    lea nm of Massachusetts"' pre-
    tends being "merely a superpatno-
    lie organisation with an iMlatSwaM
    program" but it is in fact "mrtly
    a cover" designed by hale mongers
    as vehicle for reaching "new pen
    pie for their hate propaganda by
    ' exploiting current issues of the
    arelt Opposes
    [Minor Parties
    (WNS) Opposition
    faction ol legislation
    |nr political parties
    than tour percent of
    p.,,,,,1 rote WM report-
    hern reiterated here
    in mier Moshe Shar-
    i ,dvocates of the
    k,,. the General Zion-
    tkl limit seats in I'ar-
    jarties receiving more dy. was charged here at the
    nit of the otes in a
    lion.
    ibor Leaders
    lerest in Israel
    w \S> Determination
    ,;i change in the United
    state convention of the Massachu
    setts Federation of Labor by Julius
    Bernstein, executive secretary of
    the Labor Committee to Combat
    Intolerance. At the same time.
    Bernstein disclosed that three DJ
    the five officers of the newly
    lernment's attitude
    formed organization rare well
    known supporters and distributors
    e the'Ameri- "f the v.cious material! produced
    I enl la interested by the hateyour neighbor organrza
    ty," wa made "ns
    American labor lead-
    .|.I;(| the CIO as they
    , r a ten day tour of
    Before departing, the
    , | mista reltorat"
    d Iven to Pre*
    Ben Zvi that they
    , ,;i toward ln>
    i |)'ilicy
    n spokesman,
    i (iluo, said
    y r movement
    i t secorit)
    Hodassah Adopts $9,000,000
    Budget; Mrs. Shulman Named
    NK\v York fWN8l A bud
    S9.000.000 for 1864-1 MM to Hipp irt
    its medical, loeial welfare, youth
    toward ;'o>.ih. vocational eclue.it ion and
    land programs in Israel Bad lew
    i-h education in the Uniti I St
    dopted :i n bj Hada
    its 40th annual convention At the
    same time the convent! in i
    ed Mrs. Herman Shulman, "i Stan
    ford. Conn, to n second one-year
    term a- president.
    Continued from Paga 4
    ter of liber.-} n allowed to become j
    a mark oi diahonor and disloyalty,
    then the Constitution itself la in
    danger. Consequently, you can by
    example and by word disavow any
    such interpretation
    V* iv recently the Dean of Har I
    card Law SchM>l made a number
    of suggestions, all of which are
    good, and I think you would be
    well advised to support them Her.'
    i- nil list:
    Ticket Sale at Beth David
    Distribution ol tickets tor High
    Holida) services was started at
    Beth David Synagogue on Wednes-
    day, according to an announcement
    made by Herbert E. Scher. presi
    dint Board of directors has been
    constituted as a seating committee
    and will be at the synagogue Mon
    day through Thursday evenings
    from 7 to 9 p.m.. and on Sunday
    mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m..
    through September 26. invitation
    is being extended to students anil
    members of the Armed Services to
    be guests oi I;, Mi Davi I Syna
    for th
    (1) Abolish one-man subcommit- [
    tees.
    (2) Forbid secret sessions of com-
    mittees without the consent of the
    witness
    (.'!> End the practice of issuing
    blank subpoenas to be filled in by
    committee investigators
    (4) Require that every witness
    receive a specification of the sub-
    ject matter concerning which he
    is to be examined.
    (5) Give every witness the right
    to be represented by counsel who
    shall have the privilege of speak-
    ing.
    .6) Eliminate all ballyhoos like
    television, radio and newsreels
    from the hearing.
    i7i Give the accused the right
    to produce witnesses in his favor
    and to testify in his own behalf.
    (8) Give him the right to he con
    fronted by the witnesses against
    him and to cross examine them.
    With respect to the last recom
    mendation, 1 know you will hear
    that it would be quite impossible
    because it would compel the Gov
    :~!tism in Fort
    Dismissals
    WNS Denial
    I the motl > '
    |.. n I'll a- so
    . : some 38 ch ilbuil .it
    I \ Y. was made
    pol iman who
    l an investigation of
    m ,, the base
    was "no basis
    j, (ontained in a
    mitti a l..st Feo-
    ,m i;\ the Anti De-
    ..-'iir of B'nai B nth
    man said that
    i randum was re-
    , ,r> of the Army chajrman ((f the I'JA.
    check the reports_______________
    in the Fort Mon
    UJA Aims at Raising Fifty
    Million in Second Half Drive
    NEW YOHK (WNS) The United
    h Appeal opened the second
    half of its 1954 nationwide cam-
    paign last week with ail efforts
    aimed at raising S50.000.000 in c h
    by rear's end for the strengthening
    of refugee settlement programs in
    Israel, and emigration and welfare
    programs in Europe and North Af-
    rica, it was announced here by
    Edward M. M Warburg, general
    n--als "but we found
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    ^£PTEMBEHj : _1954^ I*~ut lUril-rtn PAGE 13 BAL SHORES' Rifkind CH^l^^-fies Statement Ihorett Opposes Minor Parties In WNSi Opposition Eduction "i legislation %  nlnnr political parties fcs than four percent of tttonal vote was report born reiterated here Anti-Semites Behind New Program in Massachusetts WORCESTER (WNSl The Amor ica First of Massachusetts' pretend* being "merely a superpatrmtic organization with an isolationist program" but it is in fact merely u, r'.Moshe Shar-1 a c vor designed by hate mongers j • ,dvocatei of the M vehicle for reaching "new poo the Ccneral ZionP ,e ** ,n '"' r ha,e propaganda by; exploiting current issues of the day," it was charged here at the 1 state convention of the Massachusetts Federation of Labor by Julius Bernstein, executive secretary o£ the Labor Committee to Combat Intolerance. At the same time, Bernstein disclosed that three of the five officers of Hie newly in ParBe [are Lulcl limit seats Vpartii • receiving more ftenl ol the votes in a ctioti. Labor Leaders bterest in Israel jy iWNS) Determination Jr., change in the l/nited loiernment's attitude L e |. because the Amerifnovemenl ii Interested -i curity," was made m American labor leadnd the CIO as they | n day tour of re departing, the I nisti reiterat.-., n i" Prw B k Ben Zvi that they j can toward in> l ii > toward spokesman, ibus, ohio. Mid %  i mi nl was security." jetnftisnl in Fort i Dismissals |>N WAS. Denial %  he moth .i ; I ,!i ,i-i'• %  38 cr. ilianat | \ Y wamade iii.,n who I tigation of \ %  .,. the ba-e l A i"no basis i < ontained bo %  i tted last Keb \n b> the Anti De UP of B'nai Bnth %  N-inan Raid that :..1:1111 was rcSecrel irj "l the Army I. She reports'' the Fort MonF but we found our investigation'' to I formed organization "are wellknown supporters and distributors of the vicious materials produced by the hate-yourneighbor organize lions." Hadassah Adopts $9,000,000 Budget; Mrs. Shulman Named >IE\v YOKK rWNS) A bad S9.000.000 fi.r 1094-1908 to IU| its medical, social well.m'. youth aUyah, vocational education and land programs in Israel and Jewish education in the I'tiit' St was adopted ; > ire bj Radassab at its 40th annual convention. At the -ame time th>conventi in re i id MiHerman Shulman. ol S ford Conn., to a second oni term .1president. Continued from Page 4 ter of liberty a allowed to become a mark Ol dishonor and disloyalty, then the Constitution itself is in danger Consequently, you can by example and by word disavow any such interpretation Verj recently the Dean of Har vard Law School made a number of suggestions, all of which are food and I think you would be well advised to support tin ni Here is his list: Ticket Sale at Beth David Distribution Ol ticket, for High Holiday services was started at Beth David Synagogue on Wednes day according to an announcement made by Herbert E. Scher. president Board of directors has been constituted as %  seating committee and will b at the synagogue Monday through Thursday evenings from 7 to !) p in and on Sunday mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., through September 26 Invitation is I" ing extended tn -Indentand members of the Armed Services to rts ol i:> 'Ii David Syns for tl: sen ices,
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    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Etapidliiaun imber 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS in Lifts Three-Year Egypt Arms Embargo Denies ADL Report of Bias investigations at Fort Monmouth U. Q State Department is Pleased With London Munitions Decision ;vealed fated to Files (JTA) — An said last weekr;i"no basis" for the B'nai B'rith's Blague that antile motivation for )i 38 civilian em >nmouth, N.J., a* latemenl followed secret memoraw%  to the Army by %  luuary reporting Die ADL's private ll" -ituation at Ft. 10 000 word docuNeeretary of the Steveni to examfiOO civilian em••.illation in order let her the suspenpish civilian emits risks was the tm it ism. rk. the Anti-Defa\ igoroudjf denied the secret docuExtensive excerpts r.mdum were quot a l.miy Branch. Iv. paper. Original Ipies of the secret |l \l)l. office were to the Army.) the Army spokes Jerry. Deputy Army Israel's future fighters against the insect-borne diseases which afflict men. animals and crops are represented among these Hebrew University zoology students. Israel, which annually spends approxibately one and one-half million dollars for the importation of insecticides, is vitally concerned with the search by Hebrew University scientists for new techniques and processes which will make possible the manufacture in Israel of increasing amounts of its annual insecticide needs. LONDON (JTA) — The British Government Tuesday lifted its three-year-old embargo on the shipment of arms to Egypt. The Israel Government was informed of the British Government's decision, the Foreign Office said. The State Department in Washington was also informed of the decision. With the lifting of the embargo, applications for war material will again be considered in routine fashion and under the terms of the tripartite declaration of 1950 in which the United States. Britain and France pledged themselves to maintain the status quo in relation to Middle East borders. AlI hough the Foreign Office said that Egypt could now purchase "all arms" from Britain, it could not say whether orders placed before the embargo of October, 1931, was imposed would now be fulfilled It is believed here that Egypt will now place orders with British armament manufacturers for jet planes, tanks and other weapons. In Jerusalem, Prime Minister Moshe Sharett warned the Western powers that their efforts to consolidate a. democratic defense -\ s tern based on regional blocs con fronted Israel with "an unprecedented act of territorial ostracism." The Premier, in a 40-minute re German Minister Urges Removing Politics From 'Racially Alien' Hands BERLIN (JTA) — Insinuation to exclude Jewish influence from the country's political life, was voiced at a public meeting here in after receipt of that Nazis are needed in political bn, the Secretary of | key positions in Germany, so as >k action to check I anti Semitism in uth case, but "we n our investigation" e charges. ha said ihe Army as carried out last d on Pf* 7 he was formerly floor leader in the state legislature at Hanover, the Lower Saxony Minister of Economics avoided mention of the word "Jew." However, he referred to "racially alien elements," a de by Hermann Ahrens. member of rogatory phrase commonly employ the Cabinet in the state of I-ower ed in Nazi parlance to designate Saxony. Jews and "non-Aryans." No transrally convened by lation can render the pungently Addressing a the BHE Refugee Party, of which Leaders Attack Policy of ithening Arabs Militarily (JTA) — Fierce prothe State Depart of furnishing arms states and thus ensecurity of Israel hole Middle East were Ithis weekend as 300 |he Zionist Organ iza pca met in a two-day extraordinary conference of the ZOA National Administrative Council. Addressing a Sunday session, | Mortimer May, president of the ZOA, called upon American Zion-. ists to "speak out in loud and clear : voice" against the State Department policy which he called "unfair to Israel, dangerous to peace and stability in the Middle East and harmful to America's interests in that part of the world He ridiculed the State Department s ; contention that it was arming the Arab states as a bulwark against Communism. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair ; man of the ZOA National Execu. tive Committee and a member of; the Jewish Agency executive. charged that the Administration in Washington as a whole i* rcspon stole for the pro Arab policy of the State Department. He assert ed that "things have gone too far render the anti Semitic flavor of the expression, but "ethically alien forces" or "racially alien elements" comes closest In an apparent effort to explain why formerly prominent Nazis do not heed the well-meaning advice to keep in the background for a decent interval before elbowing their way to the center of the political stage, Ahrens told the BHE audience: "We have recog in 1945. but we returned to it because there was no other choice." The Cabinet Minister's candor in referring to Nazis as "we" may be due to attacks directed against him in a recent election campaign by neo-Nazi extremist Adolf von Thadden, a member of the last Bundestag, who charged that Ahrens failed to represent Nazi interests properly, even though he had been elected as a Nazi and with Nazi votes. Ahrens had joined the Nazi Party as early as 1931. After the war, the British considered him so dangerous a security risk that they interned him in a camp for Nazi activities during a two-year period. In Frankfurt, more than 2.000 militant Nazis, at a rally near Kassel, meanwhile this week voiced a nized that politics may not be left | demand for indemnification payin the hands of racially alien elements for time spent in internment ments. We left the political stage Continued on Pag* 10 view which opened a debate on foreign policy in the Knesset, bitterly assailed completion of the Suez Canal Zone evacuation agreement "without any vestige of concern for the security of Lsrael" and denounced the provision of arms to Egypt. "We have been in grave situations before," Mr. Sharett told the Parliament, "and we will be able to endure new trials, but we shall not exempt from responsibility those who, by their policy, may bring nearer or aggravate these ordeals. In close contact, and against the background of the world's common destiny, we will warn them against their line of action which upsets the balance of strength in the region." Mr. Sharett who also holds the post of Foreign Minister, divided his survey of Israel's international position into two sections — the situation resulting from the AngloEgyptian agreement on the Suez Canal Zone, and the current trend of L T r.ited States policy, "the Inevitable result of which is the widening of the military gap between Egypt and Israel." He told the Knesset that Israel, first and foremost, must rely on th,? people of Israel and on the support of "millions of our fellow .Jews u ho will stand by us in our struggle and will continue to support us with brotherly hands." Mr. Sharett declared that Israel does not "begrudge Egypt this memorable achievement" — the agreement for British evacuation— but he raised the question whether Egypt is "really fit for this responsible status and the honorable task of guarding the Suez Canal on behalf of the entire world." He pointed out that no guarantees had been invoked that Egypt would honor international obligations. Israel, he said, was not aware of any concrete guarantee given, or even asked of Egypt, to ensure her compliance with the United Nations Security Council decisions on free passage of the canal. "We have exposed and will continue to expose the delusion and the absurdity of giving arms to those states for the sake of defending democracy." he continued. "How can democracy be upheld where it does not exist?" In Washington, the British Government's decision to lift its threeyear-old embargo on arms shipContinuod on Paf 7 Im migrants Hold Mass 'Rescue* Meeting Tunisian Premier Seeks Rapprochement Tl'NIS (JTA) — Tahar ben Ammar, new Premier of this French protectorate, declared today that it has long been his aim to bring about "rapprochement between Jews and Moslems in the Tunis ian nation." and that he would continue in that effort. Premier ben Ammar declared been his intention to in*rtlm Ma, elude a Jew in his cabinet. How and are getting out of hand Ne.th ; ever, since that had proved imer the President nor the Secretary p^bi,, up to now. he added, he of State can be absolved of re^ -made certain" that a Jewish when a reshuffle or enlargement of the cabinet takes place." There are about 80,000 native Jews "of the Tunisian nation" here, in addition to 20,000 French Jews. The Prime Minister expressed his appreciation for the many messages of good will he received upon accession to office, and added: "The message that touched me most, however, was the one brought to me in person by Dr. M. L. .Perlzweig, the director of the international affairs department of the World Jewish Congress, on behalf of his organization. They greeted me on this historic mission' to which I have been called. I know of no better appreciation possible for my efforts to bring about rapprochement between the Jews and the Moslems in our nation." (In Tel Aviv, meanwhile, cal thousand immigrants from North African countries held an open-air mass meeting to demand the early rescue of all Jews from North Africa on a mass scale, and their transfer to Israel. The meeting was held under the auspices of a newly organized group call ing itself the North African New Immigrants Association.) %  %  I



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Miami Reach. Florida, and In default of aald app.'.uaii. %  • %  a decree pro confaaeo "ill be entered agaiiiKt you. The relief sought In the above cauaa ll '" oulel aad confirm the title to the above ifeacribad land In and 10 the Plaintiff. RORE c HARRIS, and to 1 inpal and ge that certain nHirtaracc aet firth 111 the Complaint filed herein |. led at Miami. Floi Ida. thla l.th day of Auguat, 154. 1: it LEATHERMAN, Clark of Circuit Coui 1 1U I! II RICK IR. („.;,!) DepUtA Clerk 1-.al) OBOROE I TALIANOFF, ESQ. At tome) for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. :. 3-10 LBOAt N OTrCE IN THE CIRCUIT COuW OF' tHE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 172067 MAROARET VALIANT Ri KiKllS. I'laintlff VK IAMM LV'iN R0OER8, JR. fendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T'i JAMES I.YoN ROGERS, .11!. 1 an 'arrolton Avenue Ruaton, Baltimore, Maryland Yin ARE HEREBY NnTICII-:i> thai a Hill of Complaint foi lilvorce en filed agaln-r you, and >..u a> •• hei eb) 1 aquhfad 1 opj ..r your anawar ..1 otharwlae pli the Hill of Complaint for I>l•.< T. on I he attorney f..r the Plaintiff, AARON M KANNBR. 239 ShoreUnd Hulldlng. Miami, Florida, and fil^ the original of ii'h anawai or plaadlns in the office of ih.Clark pf the circuit Com! in ami f..r Dade County, nor > id 1 al Miami. Florida, on <>i bafore the 4th da) of 1 idol,." ||\ 1 If you fall to do HO Judii uiciit by d.-faiill will be taken againr.1 >ou for the relief demanded In the Hill of 1 'omplaiut foi I ii\ ..' I'.'.d at Miami. Florida, this 27th da) oi AUSTUat, r-'i 1: It LEATHERMAN, Clerk of ih,. Circuit Court I lade CounM 11"! Ida Ry: \\ M W BTOCKINO 11.-putv Clerk AARON M. KANNI l: Effcj Mttorne) for the Plaintiff UI Hhoreland Bids Miami. Florida 9'3-io-i;-24 iih!#W ft* !" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business iind.i the flctltloui name of EVER READY WATER HEATER \ii-.; CO., al (SO N W nth si Miami, II..1 Ida. Intend t.. register the % %  aid name with the Clark of the • 'ii cull Curt of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN SIRACSS GRACE BTR K VSS 17-tf NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng lo engagre In business inder Uf f ma ..1 111 I; HTt'Olt) CRAFT SHOP nl JIM 1 Irand ^ 1 %  M Is n I, Intendi lo ri the CUrk ..f 11 .111 court of Dade County, Florida I,, .ris AMI 'RI "Si 1 III 1 > n< 1 MARLOW, SINNAMON a MARLOW Ait..1 ney foi Applli Bill 104-S l-angford I '• J.l 1-17-24 riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW. 1-' IS HEREBY arVEN that "Igned, desiring to engage in '1 I. 1 the fictitious name of ( :ii I.KATHKR CLEANERS, u il Avenue, Miami. Hade Intend to ragtatar said • mi the Clark of th.circuit "' I'ade County. Florida. "Mi:i: A 1:1. \M 1 i I'M KI.AM 1 Sole owners M CAIN 1 ..lltM si Miami. Fla. NCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that ll -11 Ing lo engage in 1 lie 1 a Itlous name .•( f\ Tin Lincoln 1 •... h, Intends to rag1 mi.' lih the ci.-i k ..f the • 1 iad 1'..nni.. Floi .1 %  t PER, .-..1. 1 .II. %  %  ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ItEHV I!IVF:N that desiring 1 11 • %  n. mi t -1 -TKM Alton I Reach, I nl. 11. N %  1 I 1 w Ith Hi' ult 1 ..in', of Dade %  a 1 l:. .. It. Florida, thl %  1 1 1 GENE I. SOU4IMON 1 be n n 1 SOLOMON Mi ml i:.. h • L\\ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172043 LEROY WILKKKSI iN. Plaintiff CLARA WII.KKRSON. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CLARA WILKERSON, %  %  ,, 11 11 la) 1 11 in. •• rlaaelhurat, Mlaa. You. ci.AKA WILKERSON are in-i.ii. notified thai .. Hill ol Complaint for lilvorce has baen NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that the mi.I. cm .1. 11 in' indei ih. ii. 1 — name of Bl'MTER'S BAR, al Ml Flaglai St., 1 name with the Clerk "' the Cln ull Com I oi Dada 1'. .11111 \. lloi Ida Kl.lAS \v KEAN EVELYN MAN KESSLER g OARS Attorneys for Applicants 1712 \\ Flaglor 1/(7 I :I-IO-IT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF in£ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 1(9 140-B MARKS HIUiTIIKRS CO., a pail unship conslHtlng of HERMAN MARKS, PAIL MARKS, KIGKNK I' MARKS and STANLEY MARKS, and alxo ERNEST NEUFELO, Plaintiffs, vs. MACRICl: R HARKISON, MFITA M HEINS, EMMA II KINS TEMPLETON, AGATHB C, HEINS I: HESSE HEINS, CLEMENTINE HESSE ANDERSON, r.k.a CLEM' ENTINK M HESSE, Deceased, EDMUND HERHE ANDERSON and HARRY ANDERSON. Deceaaad, and all aaraong claiming any eatate, right, title 01 Intereal In, or Hen upon the real property herein described, or any part thereof, which i* 1.--m..,1 in Dade County, state of Florida, Tract! '. and 511 of BENDLE INVESTMENT c.iMCANYS SUBDIVISION, 111 Section 5 of Township .".4 South, Rang.II Beat, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Rook 1, M Page ; of ih.Public n rds .'. Dana County. Florida. Iiefpndant.s. AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TH EDMUND HESSE ANDFMt.-'t i.N, ADDRESS HOL'TF: I, LAFAYETTE, OA. And all other |>ersons claiming any estate, right, lille or interest In, or li.-n upon the real property Involved In this suit, which Is In Dade County, F'lorida, to wit: Tracts 1:. and M ,,t BENDLE INVESTMENT COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION, in Section .". of Townahlp ".t South, Range ;; % %  • Beat, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In l'l..i Hook 1, al I'age s7 of the Public Records of Dada County, F'l la; ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARF: HEREBY NOTIFIED that a pcpceedlng to Quiet Title has been brought in the circuit Court, in and for Dade Coanty, F'lorida. HgaiiiHt all persons claiming any estate, right, title 01 interval In, or lien upon, the following dew rlbed real property, sltuate In I Mde 1 kiunt) Floi Ida, to a 11 Treats t' 1 and : f BENDLE INVESTMENT COMPANY'S BUBDIVISION, In s. tlon %  ol Township 51 So mi East, a. cording to th.Plat thereof, recorded in Plal Book l. al I'age vT of the Public Records of 11 1 '..uiiti i-'.ot Ida and you are hereto required to serve i.\ of your Answer or othei Pleading to the Hill ol Complaint to yuiei Title as Amended on Plaintiff-' neys, GENET A GENET, 120 Ml Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file lie I'll. %  el Or OthCI I 'll 111 the office of the "lark "f th. cull Court, on ..1 before the 11th •> ,.f Septembei. ISM if you f-.il to do .so, judgment by default ill be taken against you foi the relief demanded Bill of Complaint as Amended DATED at Miami. Dada County, Florida, thla 10 dai ..t August. r.,i. 1: B LEATHERMAN, 1 'l.-rk ..f the Cll cull I 'OUI 1 By: I. SNBEDEN, Deputy Clerk s '11-2"-2T — 9/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that the und.-i Mgiied. dealrlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI METAL BUPPLY, at IMI N.W. North River Drive, Miami. Florida, intends to register sanl name. with the Clerk of the circuit Court .a I ..ol.1 'ount \ Florida. MAX W TEMCHIN KATZENTINE, HECKERLING V WHITE Attorneys lor Miami Metal Supply S/27 — S/3-ln-li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBV QIVEN that the me lei signed, deetring to engage In under the fictitious name of ARNOLDS FASHIONS, LTD., at 65". Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla. (Sherry I rotitena. Hotel Bide.), intends lo register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade Count>, Floi id-1 JACK ZWI6EL JOSEPH ZEMEL, Atty. MS Lincoln Road Miami Reach. F'la. 8/27 — i/a-io-ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171511 NANCY (H.ICK. Plaintiff, vs. BURTON CLICK, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TOi BURTON in.n'K Ml 11th Avenue %  liver Springs. Mar\land Y(.l AIH-: HKIiKIIV NiiTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Invoice hibeen Hied ..gainst you, and you si.herein required to jerye .• copy of your Answer to tinHill ..f Complaint on I'laiiitlff's Attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, pn or before the 14th day of September. ..... 1 h.. allegation! of gala Hin of Complaint win be taken aa you. Dated th %  da) of August. 1 :•". 1 1; 1. LEATHERMAN, 1 lerk of 1 'Ircult 1 'ourt !. SNEEDEN. Deputy clerk (seal) OEl 'ROE 1 TALI \M >F F, ESQ. foi Plaintiff 120 Lin. om 1! Miami R.-a. h. Fla. I 13-10-27 — I ; against you. and >>.u Bra serve a copv of \our Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. HFIN KSSI-.N. -l Sevbold Hldg Miami. Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offlre RI>F:RF:D nt Miami. Fn..ri.lu. this ir.th day of August. A D 1: n LBATHERMAN, Clerk, cin-tilt Court. Hade Oounty, Floi Hv M C UREEN, .circuit Court Seal) Deput) I I REN EHSEN Attorne) for Plaintiff t/XI — s/3-10-17 _____ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undei signed, dealrlng %  • engage In business under the fictitious names of THE I'll'i'NT. HOTEL Dl'PONT, |)CI"ONT HOTEL, at -'"'• %  MB Street, Miami Bench, Florida, intendl 10 legist,! -aid namewith the of the Cln ult Com 1 of 1 lade Count.. Florida. • SBA ISLE HOLDINQ CORP. B) DAVID R HOCHBBRO, Pi e.-i.lellt KOVNBR tc MANNHEIMER Attorney 1 for Applicants v 2 ? — :> 3-10-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 171572 JOHN 1. BUTTON, Plaintiff, vs. Rl'TII 1: BUTTON, Defend SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO. Rl'TII F: BUTTON Route I, BOX I I Niles, Michigan You are hereby notified thai .,' omplallil lor IHvol. 1 I. !"%  n 'I. ilnal vou, and you are renulred ... s.-n,. ,, cop) ..f your An-.1 01 Pleading to the Bill of Comulalm on the plalntlifs Attorne), HENRY M CAIN, itll W Flagler 81 Miami, KI., and fibth.original Anawai 01 Pleading In the office "f the Cl< 'k ..t ihe Circuit Court on or before the llth day of September, r.i.i if you fail to do so. judgment b) default will i„. taken again*! >"" r the relief ,1, mended In the Bill of CompUUil DONE \NH IIRHF:RI:II at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of August, A.l>. 19ii %  R LBATHBRMAM, Clerk. Circuit Court. Had,. County, Florida. B) M C. QREEN, (Circuit Couit Seal) Deputy t-lerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff gfilS W. Fiagler St Miami. Ha. 8/13-20-27 — /S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage .11 business under the fictitious name of IRENE SIR U'S, at ISM Washington. Avenue, Miami Reach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida. LOLA ANN. INC.. a Florida corporation, sole owner QBOROE I TAI.IANOPF, KStj. I i.plicant ij" Lincoln R.i. Mian.1 Beach, Fin. 1 rj — 1/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to en| n FOX S INN FOX 8 RESTAURANT, Dixie Highway, Miami, Intends to 1 gtati name Clerk ol the I in ull !oui t of 1 %  ids 1 'ounYj. 11." Ida HIKADE A.HACKENBERQ CO., INC, Sole 1 11. lo HENRY M CAIN Attorne) for Applicant SMS W, Fiaglei St, Miami I 11-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVLN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ini. IT, .ss under the flctltloui name of MAYERS and RoHHINS. at II112C011gri Bldg Miami. Intendi to register said name with the Clerk "f Ih' rult Court of I Mde County, Florida I. R. MAYERS, Sole owner I 10-21 — '• t-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, dealrlng t" eng bus ss under the fictitious name of liARHLNlA APARTMENTS, nl MINI M i'. nni) Ivnnla \ 1 • le, M iml Beach, I %  120 th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend name y .Hi the Clei k ,,( u,e en. ui -..in t ..I Dade Count). IRVINO K M'I.AN and IDA K Ml.AN. h wi'e. PAI.LOT SILVER AT Mi'l.l.oY Attorneys fo rrvln* Kaplan and Ida K I ,dan •. 11-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage u business under the fictitious name ..f A • s DI8COUNT AtlEXCY. at 37 NK 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to reglatei Mild name "ith the 1 leik of the 1 'i-. '..t 1 'ourt of i'ade Count) .1 ALBERT \ BONTAQ I.I". %  A1 K 1. 11. MAN U \\ R SILVER Attorne) for Applicants 921 Sevbold Building, Miami 12, Fla. v :'" 21 I ".-1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 1,1 the fictitious name ;>f N \T M.ll oF" MIAMI Fiaglei 1,tend to %  nant with the Clerk of c.Hirt of Dade Count) Floi ;la ROE 1 1 1 "if;-!,., \\l\l.n: \ COLEN i/ii-to-rr — NOTICE UNDER FICT1TIOU* NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HLKKI'.V HI\ F.N ihst CREDIT JEt" N ,Miami. In' %  aid 1..inwith the III Court of I'a.ie n '""'-' LARRY 1. WHIT* KC.H CHI RTKi Mtorn. 1.1st Ride In t. Clerk .a 1 *oiint> IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171i1e kDOITION OF MINOR 'in 1.0. CURTIS MICHAEL BESSIONS NOTK'FBY PUBLICATION To PARK TRAMMFX SESSIONS N01 th F'lfili Tl Hinnlngham. All PARK TR IMMEL si sslyNs C .. Seal-.'Id All Lin.I. Birmingham, Alabama _.__-, YOU ARE HEREBY MUM I ED thai petition foi the adoptlcwn niuit Alld, OURTIS MICHAEL SES SIONS "" l"' h lf "I.i .Hjtltloner, THEODORK J KoUAl.i:SK I and > oil ale I., -i. b) v .,,.. ,.f ...in anawei te lo RICHARO K Building Miami. II. ] • I,. the original In the office of the >| the ii Courl on or before leptembei l, %  •' 1 agalnjl DATED 'I'lath da) ..1 August. 1: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court I lade 1 '011110 I'l'.i id 1 B) M c OREEN Deputj Clark — U/3-10 .1 I 'I to NOTICE UNDfcR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business un.iei the flctltloua name of JANICE SHOPS, at 6 Miracle M.I.'. Coral tlables. Fla., Intend to registel said name wltn the Clerk of the Clr, ult Cm 1 .rf I Hide County. Florida. JACK KAIIN SALLY KA11N LEoN KALISH Attorne* foi Applicants 1001 Kul'ont Hldg. v 13-20-23 — 0/3 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Je*ist> fhridHan solicits your legal notices. 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    PAGE 14 r %  Bureau of Jewish Education Joins Call For Maximum Student Enrollment Here throughout the >..;d that "we must create tin Jewish parents cnrougauui u % %  •> -• United States are urged to enroll dit :nmur..ty interesl their children tor a Jewish educaparticipation in th< r tion and to participate acttwb in ment. in the | the educational programs ol their education own communities in a "Call to ish Parents." issued by the American Association for Jewish Education and endorsed bj tin of more than 20 of the major national Jewish organisations The call, in part. States: "The beginning of t hischool year this Fall, will coincide with Ihi in? of an historic celebration, the Observance ol the 300th anniversary of Je\u-h settlement on these shores. The accomolishments of the Jews who settled here ennoble our lives, but they also char with responsibilities "We have the obligation to it that the great spiritual, ethical and cultural traditions which they, among others, brought to this coun h our and chall< V-. • : Ml 'he Jl schoi on Tueed t. Septet fir>t i %  12 On Miami B> %  •, :;:""Eu< -• %  Jewish Center 620 %  75th D T, mple Beth Temple Emanu-EI 1701 Washing) nunCii Viddisl try will be maintained and chen-hlingtoi ed" The Bureau of Jewish Education thi> week joined in the national call and urged all parentin the Greater Miami Jewish community to register their children in a school of their choice dun: registration period from Septeml through 19 MrMatilda H Ratner. pre-i dent of the Bureau, in joininu the %  nal call to Jewish parent-. High Holiday Plans Revealed Torah Temple. 1024 \Ve*t ave Miami Beach, thiweek announct ii i Kt< Osit l plans : >r the coming Huh Holidays Chartered by the State of Florida several months aso. the congregation includes. Oxford School, a non-sectarian. non-profit school for children from all over the world, as well boys and eirlSniney Davidson, trustee and chairman of the buildins coaunitnnouneed that Torah Temple will conduct its h mceat Mil iscus Auditorium. Ii" Alton rd. Rjbbi Louis Ai i ader. who is return: rom ISTM I in tinM fur the Rosh Hashona and Yum Kippur sen h operatic Cani hauwill render the musical pori assisted by i %  There ill be n lit it I funds dunr.the entire H da\ period, the announci ment rt vealed The purchase ol a I entitlethe -eat holder to th>u-< of a new prayer book. prayer shawl and honors at the Ark Slichoth will be conducted on Saturday. September 18. at midnight. In Miami, the toll :ar, Beth D Beth El tOrth : \ 320 P Conservat x %  •* P' • ih-Miami S tei S • %  Te:: • V: lfth st.: West Wort rele lYi 1543 %  \i by the Bui [sraeli! 3198 SV. ticell" Pai NE %  ..r.d 11th i Ji;-h Center 13630 Dixie Highwaj Tifereth Israel (Conservat 850 North art 44 / The Cer be called • %  %  %  II CPA'i Present Certificates Here Presentation of certificateto thirteen certified public accountant' *4 ""' quiremenU in the last examination the wghhRhts of a din* %  '-> %  '•* "' ,,, the H i %  I %  \. i. Wien Rob. untancy, made t, „,i m re -n hand Seidman he Interns Revi ni -.,-•, ,| by the Seiaman. \ York d Public Acirman "f the Institute of Accounl liscussed the man) ch ,,, thi • ,n,,|r Impact on thi and tax consultant Among tin au lii net which drew nd tax consultants from all i "-' rr > •j of the State Bar t Alt* mill head Institute of Certiu tants; and Mrs. M Thompson, vice prealdenl int) I PA group. Library Receives Plaque Citation Public Library has received %  Public Relations servici for iiPub r cites the Minding %  iblif relations dis; ALA Conferlinated library and newspaper stories librar) also, at the Amer\ ition I onven%  | : special award n D ma Publicit) -..< v. was given for the ; itpublicity with %  FRIDAY, S] Israelite,Center SlatM Social Affairs. Meeting Israelite (enter plans a night social mi Saturday evening, lap (ember 4. b p.m.. at the (inter building Mrs. Sol Kocnigsborg is .,. | barge ol the affair, with Isidore Vishkofl acting ..progrtm aM* ni. HI Sunday, SepteBaber \2. will bo • o| ., Monte Carlo night at the Center. to chairmen are K,— lei ami Harry B. Silvermao Regular meeting <>f the Israelite Will be held Tuesday eveSeptembar 7, at 8:30 i> m ling to Bfl announcement this wee k b) (buries Fidelman, presidenL Show to be Discussed Business meeting of the Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary. No. 174, Jewish War Veterans, will be held on Wednesday evening. September 8. 8pm. at the Republican Club. 1947 Weal Hagler st. "OT.cr^oT^-NA.inr :^\fi I,,.,,, HKRVI. kV., II gj will, -l .,f I. MM I NOTICE UNDET^; .'."'< %  i..... A I. \ \ I Attornr, {TASTS LEGAL NOTICE Beth David Registers Beth David P.. take placSeptember 5. :• m. to 12 and will out the week Hebrew Sch.• >*fnber T Junior Services Mapped For High Holy Days %  I for i cord%  %  spirS t thi the PTA m d< vi p %  %  %  uIl > the Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new quarters for Maule Industries Ir.c, were officially wielding the shove! on the site a52 building will be a practical display of the au~ Maule Industries. Inc. Exterior walls ol the'ac between Maule pre-cast concrete panels with louvres will shield the glass expanses from the operating air conditioning costs. The building weight concrete floors, covered with plastic ti be ma on Maule concrete joists. PancocsFa tf Witters Construction Company. Hialea'>' 'o right) are F. K. Foster, sales manner M Fn W. Hooper, director: Buchanan: R. G. Wit M—ina=taT. vice president. Movie Ind-stries Pr coast. Ferondino, SlreeU and Burnftam arc "• "oncret" cot •are crr^ K contr i it FRIEND, Plaintiff, P-KIEND, D. '-i SUIT FOR DIVORCE I.I.K I KIKND \. .. \ .< fork, Niw Turk i .1 i I. Ill bacn i. i \ 11 w ,r "i %  I '. rii|.ljililt on Utnrnvy. KTANUEY JUKI. • H MlI l( Hlld f il. il,. I :. • I -tic In thoffirr r, l" %  %  %  do ". judanwat hi tfa%  I %  • col ..r i'..in %  %  !..! I'itu> II 4 I I T I \ V\ I.NIK ~ Owi I : .\ • I • • Ippllranta i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N "i K"l IHKREBY OIVEN tht i-i i i. I di • ir.nit to cixxaitr In Ii I.. %  fli in i. HI. niiiiii..f "l!I. l\Nli:i. SlIfKTSWEAR, at • w*at KI .i Miami n. %  HI %  Id ii.iiii. III, the Court of l>aJiN kTH \N ZWtTMAN M \ IN II UEVENHON III M I-I-;>llialila Ii I I Uu Idlna CERTIFICATE OF co* DlSSOLUTia* ^ IN THE NAME AND J AUTHORITY OF TH E rl ADRIAN N BALfiTtj CHARI.EH I |. MARIE Kn l did on thi m IS4f, i Inconan Hi.. |,r., Btatutn, s i:\v n>\ •h In Of Maim Tlhi <'ouni>, in il,. stati hn. orporatl .,. h „J Auguai. A Ii ; %  i aaa tl In ilir offli ^ min "' il" • in In all i %  tockholili • •!„ „, •aid I'II., tt-irtdi I %  howlni ihi Ion •N" tht „ pllad iiii IN WITXI havi •, IDIO MI rrixad %  i hi8UU H at ... (h ( Tl %  V I' 1H. It \ %  : I: \v i siM .i .„., i NOTICE OF APPLICATI9 TAX DEED File iISM Not). '• ^-irrt THANIKI. U si DIM, iMl F'EARI.M ::KW| II, I. r. -'HI '"it> '.r M : June, A I • • <.ll( ratr • iiropn • led In lukj i. s el 1-j.UI. nt I I '. I i' Ho Tin %  ,f BMJ undar (hi th. i B1 I'll I'.rllfi ..' lute lo i ...:laaaj ..ii Hi.Itl Datad tl A D |II l.KATHB I %  >TE" ill Coui' %  S/J-10-ST -.' NOTICE UNOER FICTTI NAME LAW NOTICE is IIKREBT OH thr in n '•' bulnr- uu i. It" fi.-tlilaawj HAI.I.MAKK I.MIKRATOT H'MI Avon .• Miami Har,i Intanda lo ra|l*l<-r "l. ,ll "'J| rit-rk ..f n • %  nil ,a *\ Hit HARKY liKRiUKHI f/s-io-i: -i INTEREST ON SAVINGS PAID QUARTERLY Ocrober 1-Jonuory 1 April 1-July 1 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN RD AT WASHINGTON UDEBAl DCPOSlT INS CORP '"Sums IACH ACCT TOUOOOO NOTICE UNDEH FlCTlT NAME LAW NOTICE II1KRI ihr IMldl '' %  "*.. %  I,UIII. %  .Aim. i. A [ics IMl, Inlrnd to !" !il %  lark '•( l County, Fl'iiiiiii ll vl:i:> Kl.Ki> N iiKHRilB m MORTON Ml. HI. i. • % %  ""' f \\ I /J-l0-l7-: NOTICE UNDER FICTITI NAME LAW NOTK'E IHI !" T ,2a tha undaralcn. .: uld na.mwith \ ] ''* *2 UCou. ,:^:KI' naatr Ki:K8U5K aAB S,i I7 W Flaaln W f/1-10-17 -H NOTICE is HKftBJtJ^ thr u.Mrr.lKi.i'1.,rXtK-J bualnaaa un.l.r tlJJ "S ,1 B I! A It INVI -'^Jrad-. '••'^' %  riViS* 1 MORRIS • ** MflRTON M BBjnin. i W Mal"" "' •-J-IO-I7-J4


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    JPIDAY, SE
    RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY'^ WkWt
    BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
    will hold Friday evening services
    ;it 6:30 p.pi I antor Aaron WeUV
    ten will rend* r t 'it musici
    (ions oi the liturgy nurin;,
    - rvices ..i 8 30 .i in.
    Philip, son ol Mr and Mrs. Abra-
    ham Bergman, will becomi
    Mitzvah. Mincha is at 6:30 p m.
    wed bj Shalos Suedos \
    Rabbi will disc tl Weeklj Por
    I ion Dailj si n ici an it 1
    . nd 630 and 7 p m
    BETH EL CONGREGATION will
    hold Pridaj evening services al
    (i:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen
    are at 8.30 a m Rabbi Shmarj
    ahu Swirskj will officiate and
    rh on the topic "The Dream
    and the Program." Cantor Ri-hel
    Lutman will render the musical
    portions of the liturgy
    ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
    will hold Friday evening services
    at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning
    services are :.t 8.30 a in Mincha
    will be at 6:15 p.m Rabbi Abraham
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    Portion
    BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
    hold Friday evening services al
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    MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
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    k racj Cantos Berele Kcle-
    mer will render the musical por
    t ions of the liturgy Class in Mishna
    is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.. followt d
    1 Mincha and Shalos Seudos
    NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
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    ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
    Okolica officiating and speaking on
    the topic. 'Jewish Pilgrim Fath-
    er-." Cantor Maurice Neu will ren-
    der the musical portions of the
    liturgy, with Lucille Moore direct
    choir Saturday and Sunday
    ii es are ..t '.> ., m
    servici are scheduled for
    i a in and 7 p m

    TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
    v. ill hold Friday evening services
    0 p m dedicated to members
    nf the Sistei M I raham
    president, will address thi
    Rabbi David Shapiro
    will officii oi hi- ser
    mon is: "The Eternal spirit of
    ii Optimism." Cantor Moid.
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    hold Fridaj evenin i -> r> ici
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    [or R 'ici
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    r|j ol 530 SV.
    . Sunday, Sep
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    with Rabbi Leon Horo
    M intell i- -ur
    officiating and discuss D> hi- wil la his fath
    Answer to the Stati Qu v ,.,. m,,,,,. and five brothers Ar
    on Segn in in the Schools are in charge ol Palm-
    Saturda) morning services are al
    in 45 .i in when Norman Joel, son
    oi Mr and Mrs Ralph Lachman.
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    Mitt ah Cantoi Samuel K- .
    will rendi r the mu
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    Prnerl Killed in Air Crash
    Mr and Mrs Fruuuin Prager.
    formerly ol Miami Beach and of
    \,.w Y,,ik City, dud Sunday. Aur
    u-t 8. in 1 KLM KpvaJ Hutch Air-
    line- crash in the Azores
    Ml and Mr- Prager were flying
    from France In South America
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    parents, Mr and Kra, Samuel I^-rn
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    Joseph Rose Dead at 45
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    oi the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration from June 1944 to Srptcm- ;
    1940, died of a heart attack
    on Sunday, August 15. at Easton.
    Pa Mr Rose was 45 years old.
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    , i Miami Mounmenl < "ompanj
    i at ivi are aski
    Smith Unveiling
    II' n ol a monument 10
    Ihe : 'be late Elii
    FLAGLCR-GRANADA JEWISH
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    p m with Rev. Leo Hi
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    COMMUNITY CENTER
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    scheduli d I I a.m., when Ri
    Menu will discuss the W eekl> Por
    by her huband llarrj and seven
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    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH
    SIDE CENTER will hold I I
    evening services al 8:30 p.m Rab
    bi Abraham Herson will officiate
    and preach on the topic Quest for
    llappine-- Cantor Albert Clant/
    assisted by the choir, will render
    the musical portion- ol the liturg)
    Participants will be -loan Peralstein
    and Jerry Berke. Bobb) Hollander
    will a--i-t al Kiddii-h Opening the
    Ark will be Phil Browi Greeting
    worshippers al the door will be
    Larrj Iserson and Doris Gold, with
    Bonnie Shalt and David Pearlstein
    acting as ushers Rabbi and Mrs
    Herson will be hosts al the I
    Shabbat following, in honor ol
    their tenth wedding anniversary
    Saturdaj morning services are al
    9 a.m., when the Rabbi will dis
    cuss "Authorit) ai ce."
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    r SEPTEMBER 3, 1954 *• Jewish rhrkn nn PAGE 3 mist Leaders Attack American Arab Policy Liber man Meyer, Abe lontinued from Ptr 1 ,ve long clung'U> MkI >i Jsidcd policy in the Middle been the work of our fchelon officials while, on J,..i level of the State Det and the Administration rf le, friendship and concern P l continue unchanged. But ,.. longer console ourselves L, comforting thought," Dr. | n declared. L Shiloab, Israel Minister Ejnited States, addressing •man is led Chairman Iniment of a synagogue l,r in preparation for the loh Days at Congregation ib has been announced by lorn-. B/ c Uber-I Irhairman. I vuth hiral lid WhitMeyr. tenet and nhen barge of| linnfor bid:iy s n ~ | "4ue are ILerner, Leo Malvin Knglander, Hyman IA I Safra. Louis O. Bloomlumiel Knedlander, Jack %  ad Louis Shafkin. %  eating committee meets ] (he synagogue from 9 a.m. Joins Hebrew lemy Faculty Kact, Jewish educator of gion. DC, has joined the |ei the Hebrew Department Hebrew Academy, Rabbi Bcr s. Grots, principal, reIthls week. Be I'll three years, Kast In an Instructor in Hebrew V< and Bible at the Hebrew fc. in Washington, one of I day schools in the counts that, he was engaged roctor at the Yeshiva of h. Brooklyn, N.Y., and RaNe Vork City. Iduate of Hebrew Teacher's at Y< thiva University and in College, Kast also servJthe Armed Forces for a |••• EXCELLENT PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT LICENSED TEACHERS After School Preorow of Supervised Sports and Recreation lor All Students ^ a LUNCH (Kosher) TRANSPORTATION "* %  *. Optional Reltareas Education lr


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    PAGE 10 tmisLDC&&L JfUDAY. s| Anti-Semites Stage White House Vigil WASHINGTON UTA) — Picked bearing anti-Semitic signs marched in front of the White House this week and distributed literature which said "Free America from the Jews" and "Vote anti-.lt'\vish A picket line was established in front of the Executive Mansion Signs were displayed reading: "Jew-Communists and Jew-controlled press are against Sen McCarthy. Please help him Other signs said: "Defy the Jews and Ri rton Si ~'i' gation" and "Jew led NAACP and Jewish B'nui B'rith's AIM. made Supreme ("cunt bai Mil." The picketsaid thej repri snl eel the "Christian Am, Ji I'..' w." organized in Atlanta by •' B sinner A special police detail si 1 by, but the pick* tin was allowed to continue Application forms were distribute d bj the agitators. These forms said "no cowards wanted," and spelled out the program as one designed to "send the Jew Devils hack." The form said: "Whin the Jews arc gone we Americans will own rich America." Liebman Named Chairman of Religious Council for Miami Israel Bond Drive attorney and a Hoard of Governors of State •— %  %  Bonds, has Of B mbW '" hP Bo,',' '"lines,,,,,,,." M-S.UJ wrote "I have seen new ~**""J Ireater Mi, I. Coun tor Israel "•^-."Vii.mi quota "t, ,,-,, raeYB btbbgrijW To date Mies are close to W •, lirbman Housewives Plan Polio Benefit Housewives Of (ireater Miami have got together to plan a polio benefit on September 12. 8 p.m.. at the Electrician's Auditorium. 1657 N\V 17th ave. Entertainment will include dancing, games and refreshments. Prizes offered will include two weekends, one at the White House Hotel and one at the Di Lido Hotel in Miami Beach. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Bernie Stauber. with Mrs. Jerald Rosen acting as publicity chairman. The benefit is being planned by mothers, most of them members of B'rai B'rith women's groups, under the leadership of Mrs. David Dubov. All funds are for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis f the appoint mi, was made • ji i week by Jaifa Sher, Creal r Miami chair man ol State oi Israel Bonds, who icurrently visiting Denver slur explained thai Liebman will correlate activities ior Ihe approaching High Hoi) Daj appeals and will work with Rabbi Mayer imowitz, wh has been named Israel Bond chairman bj the Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ at inn It is expected that plans tor the sale ol l irael Boi ds will be studied bj the Miami Rabbis w hi i ciation holds Hfirs) meeting ,m Wednesday September K At the same time, >t was learned I that Mrs Monte Selig, chairman |ot the Women's Division ol Israel Bonds, will be returning to Miami within the week, following her two eek fact-finding tour oi Israel. In a letter to friends here. Mrs Selig declared herself to be "most impressed" with the progress m Israel during the past six years She visited in 1948 as a member Pioneer launch Charter Dance Saturday Saturday night. September 4. 8 p.m.. the Young People's League of Tifereth Israel Northside (enter will hold a charter dance at the Center They will be hosts to a number of teen age groups from other congregations, Music will be offered by the YPL Band. TV Program Resumes Sunday Television viewers will again see an outstanding television program when "You Are There" returns to WTVJ at 4 p.m.. September 5. sponsored by Florida Power 4 Light Co Readers of Radio Television' i Daily selected the show as the top ; documentary of the year. "Out' standing Educations Program" was l the title bestowed by Ihe National Association for Better Radio and Television. On September 5. chief newsman Walter Cronklte will dispatch his staff of CBS reporters to get the facts on "The Treason of Aaron Burr." Viewers will the duel with Alexander Hamilton in which Hamilton was killed. Burr's denunciation by his friends, his arrest and trial in the IS Circuit Court 'at Richmond, Va. 000 mark Pioneer Women Plan Functions Kadimah l hapter ol Women's Organization wi lts [g ion this month with two events Opening meeting on Thui evening I"" %  .,, the Miami H, bn lion will featun as Seymour H Lieh m) m bi r ol Ihe national executive 01 the Zionisl Organi: ti Amei ; ,t "' Board ol "' Bonds for [srai I I .. bman sub eel is Th, Hei 'l Father ol Zionism Proceeds iron, ., luncheon card part) sponson .1 bj Kadimah < h ip ter on Wednesday, September 15, 12 30 p m al the Canton Restaurant will go for Moetzel Hapoaloth, Israeli counterpart of the Amen can Pioneer Women In Israel, Moetzet Hapoaloth number270,000 women and their program encompasses agricultural training schools f<>r youths, day nurseries, convalescent care for thousands and a youth village "Am Karem" in the hills of Jerusalem, where youngsters from more than 40 nations are brought back to normal healthy living. Mrs (ele Segal and Mrs. Sid Braun are in charge of arrangements Children in Israel will ben efit from the proceeds raised by Club I of ihe Pioneer Women's Organization at its child rescue fund card party on Tuesday evening, September 7. 8 p.m., at the Blackstone Hotel MTs Ceha Beckernan, president, reports that MrSilverburg, MrLeah Notkin and Mrs Bettj Schec ter are in charge ol arrangements ^fcMAKE THEIR *^"^NEW YEAR JOJ IN ISRAEL „/A SWEET & "FRUITFUL ONE WITH A PRECIOUS GIFT OF FOOD GIFT SCRIP FOR $10, $15, $20, $25 and $50 PARCEL CERTIFICATES FROM $10.50 to $26.50 THE OLDEST AND LARGEST GIFT SERVICE TO ISRAEL SERVICE olio ffriftrafoM. rart'oi oft -iK. apptioru.i. c ai ,$vt t.'t 0 t, M j order thru your local Service for Israel agency SIMON SEIDEN, 502 S.W. 17th Ave., Tel. 82-5480 GEORGE KR0NENG0LD TRAVEL SERVICE, 141 N.E. 3rd Ave. Tel. 2-7631 Minister Urges 'Alien' Removal Continued from Poge 1 eamps I s Military Government authorities considered them dan gerous securit) threats, due ,,, the high offices the) occupii d or the exceptional!) fervent fanaticism thev exhibited Under the nan,,of Association of Former Internees, these Nazis banded together to pre., their claims and to urge that all denazi "nation court convictions b, i i Punged from the record A qua |tionnaire circulated prior to the rail) asked lor the names of -form er internment camp comrades who now hoi.i kej positions in econom ic life %  • % %  'iiir.-d speak, r a Pn Hl ;" ln,tl Grimm, a prom.nenl *' lurisl and admirer ol Hit f*fi 1 ampaiqn Tops SI00.000 foal total of n •"•March % %  : Din, ', ", """" : ciall) Robert I J? lirector ai v "": db com mu, it,, cam) Emanu-El Sisterhood %  '— i';; ] '^ u z quaintance vwth i<.„h New York Attorney Named to Faculty Heinnrrt R*TleUher, member of ami. from 1940 I rtructed and f*f ^vMM with the help of funds provided by State of Israel Bonds i.,.. 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    \ SEPTEMBER 3. 1954 *Jelstrk>rktl*n PAGE 7 \tain Lifts Embargo I On Armament to Egypt Southeast Region ZOA Convention To Feature Leading Personalities ed from Pago I predicted that negotiations in Calm for the wanting „f American Egypi wu ha|led by State mihtary ald to Egypt wou|(J )e completed in about a week. He said that with such new American I weapons Egypt might expand its dicated that the Mate uearmy (| 500000 men within a year felt that it was enough 1 ....... In an interview published in the current issue of U.S. News and World Report, Premier (Jamal Ab del Nasser of Egypt demanded that the United States supply Kgypt with arms, but expressed the hope that "no pressure will be put on IK. .specially as regards a prior settlement of the Israel question We will settle that problem ourStlVW," be insisted. State Department officials took Issue with Israel complaints regarding the Suez Blockade. They defended Egypt to a considerable degree, insisting that Etfypt does nothing more than exercise illegal right to visit sad search foreign shipping in Egyptian territorial waters. kntinu lent sources. These sourc C| uiii' emphatic on the urn the Arab League "assurances" from the 1 they would not use fciaggressively. Ihile, B spokesman for the Embassy in Washington Library Begins Activities btemlier. the Miami Public I„ .inits fall activities. |n library will be open on evening and Sunday and ic< will "Be extended from |1, :i |i in Monday through iaa). from 1 to 6, the li pen tor reading and 1 mm .icfrvities will begin September with 111111 altyiJC uli;i and the film -ciii's. "Music at |l im oi recorded mu-1 be presented in the Park BandshsJ] on Monidnesday and Friday from fcJU pill. Author Nights, at which H luthon will appear, will November, |o be Discussed Bader, well-known attor(li-cu-s facets in the trial le\ Hall and.Mrs. Mills, %  he early thirties. Title of [will be "She Escaped the and will be heard at summer meeting of jf the Seven Lively Arts ly. September 3, 8:30 p.m.. I Mi.1 Mil Beach Community Funds Now Realizing the importance of get' ting immediate funds for current polm drive. Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith women this week contributed $50 to the campaign. Mis Helen Sanders, president, pointed out: "We can't arrange a polio party quick enough for the emergency. So we are giving the money first and arranging for the party later. We hope this will be an incentive for other groups to do the same thing." Ploy Published Last minute preparations for the convention of th.Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America, taking place at the Hotel Roosevelt, Jacksonville, over Labor Day weekend. September 3 to 5. have been announced from the regional office m Atlanta by Ml Helen R. Schneider, director Outstanding personalities of the convention will be Mortimer May. .national president of the Zionist Organization of America, who will be guest speaker at the Sunday evening banquet to be held at the Jacksonville Jewish ('enter; Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of ZOA. who will address the tor %  Ml Opening session of the eon vention on Saturday evening; Leo I! Burson, president of the region, who will deliver' hipresidential a'fflress ; ,t ihe Sunday luncheon, and Abe Tuvlm, director ol the Jewish National Fund Foundation. Highlights of the convention will l" 1 Kabbalat Sh;ibb;it reception tendtsed by the Jacksonville chapter of Hadussah under the leader* ship ol Mis [);rvid Armel and chaired by Mrs. Barney. Margolin Educational seminars >iwill take place at the Oneg Shabbat on Saturday afternoon and SUIKI.IV morn ing. Ree O f t ion s to delegates and Young Zionist Districts of the region will follow the Saturday evening session, sponsored by the i Jacksonville Zionist District. The banquet on Sunday evening [ will have as one of its guests of honor, the Hon. Hayden Burns, Mayor of Jacksonville. The Center Choral Society, under the direction of Cantor Abraham Marton, will present selections during the dinner and a dance will follow the banquet. %  Included in the program, beginning on Friday evening at 6 p.m. with a Shabbat dinner, is a presentation by the Young Judaea direction of Mrs. Irving Bruckner of that city. Special ZOA worship services will take place in the Jacksonville Jewish (enter, Friday evening, September 3. 8 p.m. Philip Selber, president of the Center, will deliver greetings. A record attendance is expected from the seven states ol this re "This Most Precious Jewel," a playlet with music for teen agers. written bv Svlvia Brummer. wife of Cantor Philip Brummer, of Tem1 = %  EM : u_._-„ _.,KI; t.^A groups of Jacksonville under the pie Enianu-El. is being published < r by the Bloch Company of New | # .^ n ^ ^ York City, according to an anI Miami Zionists to nouncement here this week. j Send Delegates Delegates from the Zionist districts of Greater Miami are preparing for the Southeastern Region convention of the Zionist OrganizaTELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Mondoy (September 3-6) TO R N I N 6~ SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY i) I !K I ••mu S< hool Siiiei ..n I toon Shu I-II tit Cartoon KhOtt 1 Be Anno %  I %  artooii Cl'rrlir" Kanrh Ed McConn Today I I I Tot Pat., Mus. 1 I l>liiK l' School I III Your AOO'I 8m T,-i. rail IM Ooa'i WOIM ri i! 1 Rich To Pe Ami • 1 Bnper circ-Ji Toward Light I'hrlHlophem To Bl Ann • • I Whil H Tr'ble (Jury Moore To r.e Ann'ced Arthur Oodrrey Strike II lli.h r.' v 1 1 P T n 1 • • ..Islll ItiK Top This la The LIfel Menu MaSTeC COBI at Carnlvl H'r.-h Kor Tom. • aiding Light i"t Nowa : %  %  Traveler AFTMNOON Cartoon o vllle Sunday SchiM.I OeWhSS (J-Mitn In Bob r'nlea I've Sot Neti Ixivc of Life WH<-onie Trav. f.'" 11 With Judy l.lnkli r 1 bk r-obb Roy Kogera To Be Ann'ced 1 Cwrfn-O V llle <'.," lua Jim "To To To Re Ann'ced Be Ann'ced Be Ann'ced Br'cb W. Judy Art Linkletter Mr Wlaard To" Be Ann'cod Big Payoff To IU, Al.lW'l I'rlde of Khmily | Ja.'k Oobh tion of America which is to be held this weekend at the Roosevelt Hotel, Jacksonville. Miami Beach-Israel District will send Fred Jonas, president, Seymour Liebman, Arthur Pekelner. Saul Collins. Joseph Alter and John L. Leibowitz. Irving Saal. president, will attend from the Miami Zionist District Masada Miami Beach 'Young Zionist District representatives will be Marcella Waldstein, Abe Schafer. Gloria Waldman. Sibyl Kaplan. Sam Soldinger. Lila Gross, Lee Brody, Howard Stein, Bernice Decks, Claire Dressier. Serita Spi ro, Archie Goodwin. Bill Goldworm. Dave Goodwin, and Sheldon Lelchuk. president of the North Shore Zionist District Jonas and Liebman are scheduled to deliver reports at the convention. Iloiim, To fie Ann'ced To 11.Ann'ced Jackie' %  House I „ I 1 %  • I. id) L .1111 Studio of Wrld' The Uuhtbcrga Valiant thirty s.. i Storm Uncla Martin T hie W. 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    rrEMBER 3. 1954 >• L~nHlrrirfv-**l PAGE 13 BAL SHORTS Rifkind CivftjX4#>S?Mes Statement Anti-Semites Behind New Program in Massachusetts WORCESTER (WNS) The "Amer lea nm of Massachusetts"' pretends being "merely a superpatnolie organisation with an iMlatSwaM program" but it is in fact "mrtly a cover" designed by hale mongers as vehicle for reaching "new pen pie for their hate propaganda by exploiting current issues of the arelt Opposes [Minor Parties (WNS) Opposition faction ol legislation | n „r political parties than tour percent of p.,,,,,1 rote WM reporthern reiterated here in mier Moshe Shari ,dvocates of the k,,. the General Ziontkl limit seats in I'arjarties receiving more dy. was charged here at the nit of the otes in a lion. ibor Leaders lerest in Israel w \S> Determination ;i change in the United state convention of the Massachu setts Federation of Labor by Julius Bernstein, executive secretary of the Labor Committee to Combat Intolerance. At the same time. Bernstein disclosed that three DJ the five officers of the newly lernment's attitude formed organization r are well known supporters and distributors e the'Ameri" f the v.cious material! produced I „enl la interested by the hateyour neighbor organrza ty," wa made ns American labor lead.|.„ I;( | the CIO as they r a ten day tour of Before departing, the | mista reltorat" d Iven to Pre* Ben Zvi that they ,;i toward ln> i |)'ilicy n %  spokesman, i (iluo, said y r movement i t secorit) Hodassah Adopts $9,000,000 Budget; Mrs. Shulman Named NK\v YORK fWN8l A bud S9.000.000 for 1864-1 MM to Hipp irt its medical, loeial welfare, youth toward ; 'o>.ih. vocational eclue.it ion and land programs in Israel Bad lew i-h education in the Uniti I St dopted : i n bj Hada its 40th annual convention At the same time the convent! in i ed Mrs. Herman Shulman, "i Stan ford. Conn, to n second one-year term apresident. Continued from Paga 4 ter of liber.-} n allowed to become j a mark oi diahonor and disloyalty, then the Constitution itself la in danger. Consequently, you can by example and by word disavow any such interpretation V* iv recently the Dean of Har I card Law SchM>l made a number of suggestions, all of which are good, and I think you would be well advised to support them Her.' inil list: Ticket Sale at Beth David Distribution ol tickets tor High Holida) services was started at Beth David Synagogue on Wednesday, according to an announcement made by Herbert E. Scher. presi dint Board of directors has been constituted as a seating committee and will be at the synagogue Mon day through Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m.. and on Sunday mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. through September 26. invitation is being extended to students anil members of the Armed Services to be guests oi I;, Mi Davi I Syna for th (1) Abolish one-man subcommit[ tees. (2) Forbid secret sessions of committees without the consent of the witness (.'!> End the practice of issuing blank subpoenas to be filled in by committee investigators (4) Require that every witness receive a specification of the subject matter concerning which he is to be examined. (5) Give every witness the right to be represented by counsel who shall have the privilege of speaking. .6) Eliminate all ballyhoos like television, radio and newsreels from the hearing. I7I Give the accused the right to produce witnesses in his favor and to testify in his own behalf. (8) Give him the right to he con fronted by the witnesses against him and to cross examine them. With respect to the last recom mendation, 1 know you will hear that it would be quite impossible because it would compel the Gov :~!tism in Fort Dismissals WNS Denial I the motl > •' |.. n I'll aso : some 38 ch ilbuil .it I \ Y. was made pol %  iman who l an investigation of m ,,• the base was "no basis j, (ontained in a mitti a l..st Feo,M i;\ the Anti De..-'iir of B'nai B nth man said that i randum was re, • ,r> of the Army cha j rman (( f the I'JA. %  check the reports in the Fort Mon UJA Aims at Raising Fifty Million in Second Half Drive NEW YOHK (WNS) The United h Appeal opened the second half of its 1954 nationwide campaign last week with ail efforts aimed at raising S50.000.000 in c h by rear's end for the strengthening of refugee settlement programs in Israel, and emigration and welfare programs in Europe and North Africa, it was announced here by Edward M. M Warburg, general n--als "but we found our investigation" to char lents Are Obliged in Israel OR! V.NSi Dr. Url I ii hi 1 to the Israel Mission in Germany. ire .it the fourth annual ol Jewish Students As |in Germany that Jewish IGi rinan universities .ue ii.il obligation to com•tudies in Israel, or to • on as they have Prof. Einstein to be Host at Conference on University NEW YOHK iWNSi The crisis facing the Hebrew Universit) of Jerusalem, in exile from its home on Mount Scopus since the out-" break of Arab Israel hostilities In 1948. will be discussed by Jewish leaders, including scholars and ed ucators from here and abroad, during a two-day conference to take place in New York on September 18 and in Princeton, N. Y on September 19. Heading the list of scholars who will participate in the discussions will be Professor Albert Einsteia. honorary chairman fir German degree. In a j. Idn-s the speaker re-! of the Board of Governors of the recent decision of the t i xocutive to adopt a > authorizing the esi a Zionist Organiza%  rmany Hebrew University and honorary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Prof. Einstein will be host at the Prince ton meeting. to open an account or add to your savings by SEPTEMBER 10th because you earn dividends horn September lit [MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCRUM SERVICE ALLEN I. FAMISH, Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 3-5491 BuU 1 iftff** (sett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building URST STRUT MIAMI, FLORIDA wonc frMfl S*A51 to do so at America's fastestgrowing savings institution :;S;i|;! WASHINGTON FEDERAL jijij: SAVINGS *K0 10AN ASSOCIATION ::;:§:>$ %  ;: because more and more people are discovering that, at :|i|:| Washington Federal, you get so many more "extras 'or your Wf safety, comfort and convenience. of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. L rOSSETT. fnprto* >"V"^*V *>''V* V*VV 'V ernment to. disclose its informers That argument is a confession of. bad police work. It is not a valid argument. We have enforced the criminal laws of the United States, and of all the states, throughout the history of this country under the so-called handicap of the right of eonfrontatidn. We have done so with a very high degree o£ success. The plea of committees that it would not be feasible in this case is a specious one and ought not to be accepted. Every American generation has inherited from its predecessor the memory of freedom and of constitutional government; but every generation, if it would retain these priaea ol our civilization, must gain them anew in its own lifetime. This day when the winds are full of doctrines subversive of the Constitution and inimical to our liberties, is the time to redevelop muscle and determination to defend them. In 4heir defense we shall survive If we lose them, survival is mean ingles Footballers Interviewed Merle Roberts will interview out standing pla; era from Miami High School's football team and Coach Charles Tate on the W l.\z radio im, "Sports Hi spiits.'' on Monday, Si ptember >'> at 9:30 p m. The IT) minute program, hoard each Monday evening and now entering %  i ".id j i ar under the sponsorship o| Florida Power A. Light Co., has won high praise from high school coaches in Dade county. fe PRODUCTS fJUNE Three Miamians Enter Antioch College in Ohio Three Miamians will enter Anti och College, Yellow Springs, o, to begin Work for their bachelor's degrees, under a live year study plus-work program. They are Judith ROSS, 11 SIC 14th st ; Naomi Ruth Ross. 1565 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach; and Josi ph Malakoff, of 8025 Noremac ave, Miami Beach. -fiat BUTTER From lip to toe ihe McAIpio it bright and fresh. Guest rooms and public spice have beta handsomely redecoried and everything'* new but the rates. They remain I a lbri\tj low, mikira the / McAlp.n New York's J greatest, hotel value. from $4.50 single, 7.00 devble I )00 newly redecorated i with Wb and radio. Many roorna erleh TV„ liMdwti •• I4II $. 1 klt frWH *^fMt Statfaa •nd lmir. Slate SviUtng NIW TOIK • V



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    PAGE 4 > If^Utn^rHi^fL FRIDAY. SFPTm ni Published every Friday lnce 19?7 by the Jewish Floridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street, Miami 18, f'orida. Entered as second class matter July 4. 1830. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Vn ty and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. _—. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Pub lisher Volume 2 8 LEO MINDLIN News Editor i/'jf-nni. acrid ijn L CK OFFICE and-PLANT-.20 NESixthSuee. Telephones 2-1141 Full Text of Simon Rif kind Address On Fifth Amendment and Civil k ruth i RATES One Year c u B S C B^P T I O T N o VM $5.0C .EDITORS NOTE: Ml II llif'" l>l| '"' %  •• %  %  N %  ~"" k Friday, September 3, 1954 Numfaer ^ Elul 5, 5714 British Arms Embargo is Lifted The British qovernment Tuesday lifted its three-year-old embargo on the shipment of arms to Egypt. Many possible explanations are involved in this move. London is an experienced hand ct international maneuverinq. Embarrassment in any game whose staftes are the balance of power does not automatically eliminate her as a contender. This has principally been our own naive alternative, but the venerable British Empire continues to take the long range viewpoint ;n matters of foreign policy and to remain undisturbed by temporary setbacks. London's embarrassment in the Near East since the end of World V/ar II has bee-i th fold: an incorrigible Foreign Minister, the late Ernest Bevin, forced the loss of the Pah ll mandate and placed an emerging Israel and England at sharply opposing sides; the AngloIranian oil dispute resulted in the nationc tion cf Iran's giqantic oil refineries and the placsment of Eri.ih control there; the Suez Canal base is pledged for evacuutic. the coming elevervmon'h period. Seemingly, this iecves London with no parent toehold in the Near East and w to say in the matter of policy there. Closer examination, however, will show that B:. hes assumed the tacitly theoretical, i! not practical, position of "loyal opposition" to America's "new look" and the displacement of U S. favor toward Israel with Arab interest; indeed. Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill in Washington reaffirmed his identification with Zionism at a time when such identification embcrrassed our nation's leadership. If his words have not been backed up by deeds, at least the diplomatic effort is unquestioned. Governhas Close to two years nf negotiations and planninq for the establishment of a single Jewish national and international miqration agency are now complete. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, United Service for New Americans and the miqration services of the Joint Distribution Committee consolidated this week into a single agency to be called United Hias Service. We recall with pride the role of HIAS in American-Jewish history during the past dec ades; indeed, there are many citizens among us who can point to that aaency and its role in having affected their tiansfer from numerous European lands here during the early 1900"s and in havinq made more pleasant and dignified their transition from alien [n naturalized citizen. The role of HIAS in New York City, the port of entry to the United States tor so many migrants, will remain for a long time to come intimately associated with Jewish settlement in this nation. Even so will it he for USNA and the migration services of JDC which, although fundamentally "contemporary" aqencies. brinq to mind the vast wave of movement by refugees from the terrors of war and racial oppression. Founded to deal with the more specific needs of a specific type of migrant, these organizations contain in the pages of their history heroic examples of rescue and rehabilitation of a different sort from those of HIAS but nonetheless as exalted in purpose. Now these organizations are merqed into one. and the spirit of Jewry's concern for its brothers will be symbolized by United Hias Service. The merqer. performed on a qlobal scale, was promoted by the leadership of communities throuahout the world with an eye toward consolidatinq activities, eliminating duplicative proqrams in seeminaly varied plans for immigration and affecting budgetary savings. The new, sinqle aqency has a distinguished record, established by its joint predecessors, to emulate. With the needs of the potential citizen ever in its mind, it will continue a service lonq since carved upon America's open door to the oppressed as an example of man's humanity to man. Also apparent is that Her Majesty's < men. by virtue of subsequent negotiation. Iras dually reestablished ..self in cU£j* financial favor so far as Irons £**- %  terna i virtually reestabl financial favor sc are concerned. Agreements %  *•"* year period portend gigantic British profits lh The Suez issue remains almost singular as an area in which London has not yet mended it. prestige in the eyes of Near f^** !" The announcement this week that the year-old embargo is to be lifted represent land's first step in an intricate*, astateofra] port with 1 Col. Nasser. At st charge in British %  But in %  irently conm to: • Of '• I Each %  hand in I isels de" i tissue cf ti pie alliances with Egypt. Is: U.S. |eously obvious %  osi simple ob it only another • • thrcuqhout the v;c:ld du We shall, indeed hav< i .ved at a n< %  in human I vate nations as they are, presumably, supposed to motivate individuals, U, ip; n ry moves in I Th lt< k Eiiioui School Top leaders in the field o! Jewish education joined this week in a reauest throughout the nation for parents to enroll their children in a religious school. Educators in Miami have also expressed the hope that you. become students in one of our mc: local schools. We join these leaders in affirming that hope. It seems to us that an intimate knowledci their heritaqe has been principally responi for the survival of the Jewish people during .he ages of their exile. Known as the "Nation of ihe Book," we would be denying our most essential characteristic and our most s. reason for beir.a if we failed in the clear duty of perpetuating this heritage. There can be no other path opsn for us than to instill into the hearts and consciences of our youth a deep understands of end intimate respect for the meaning of Judaism to vidual development and the place cf Jev values in the world at large. In this wav can best serve ourselves and others by example. Religious schools in Mian-.: are now p.-eparmg their educational facilities for the 'all so T ter -,K GU u ded by heSe m0!lves th£ rm „ M Fe ren,sheri • their children so .ha. .hey may lea, lhe dignity of Jewish teaching and ,. s relatic human survival and achievement. Ill %  -<• !"i f ^ b. TOT, %  ,,,,., ,,( Hi. ill %  B.C-MON H. RIFKIND vi iher periodi too in <>ur his,, have been tearful. And un,„l ,ii [ear, we have been i, mpted into foolish and ignoble .. During the Civil War. (or ex ample, 'I"nation adopted unnec rvsanfo stringent loyalty procedrh .. were stimulated, curj oUS Ij also b) a Senator from V IM onsin and tuck the form • nn loyaltj oaths, Investigations For almost a quarter-centim men were barred from public e "i familj tics; penn denied to veterans who ihe "iron clad' toyand ill Hi ni w familiar p nsible Invest! • mmitti' was inflicted v r-rica Not until lS't-t did il suspicion ind calumny In -mil mortal a that re] at these I -| hi re ino i lion i ul .. li, beet i • linglj ..•> which and "ur i not whethi r but hov m h i i he iafa uui head in tne .1 wise Udren with nal appraisal ul |l i i the d ingcr and its i h. iithel .' MUllt, is : I) and in! couragi isl) oe lequate to m 11 H %  I can .in army than In the i-r that hi '' i and an ecord with i earned ti jurist ion who ell I had b. .' traitors wil detection th in i i 'i til Ion and distrust, which BC %  g<> -ip in pi undismayed and unintimidated in eve thai th .i commu in'. i in process ol dieeat ii mm begins to I m-conformity with reed political ai well i'uu a mark ol disaffecI'hen denunciation, without ration ur backing, takei the place ol evidence; whenorthodox) chokes freedom o! diaaent; (aith m the eventual supremacy n| r. n has hrcoaae w> timid that we dare not enter our lions m the open lists to win or losi Sui li ti an athese solvent whu-h can eat out the 6> thai binds the utones t< "' thi) n i) in the end subject ui to a despotism ki evil an any that tbej can be allayed ""'> in i ; ,i ..w< refuse to pro'• %  %  on Mispleien, and .rust OM %  'il we have tangible Ivii ,' I >ki n ol the right to the I mil rVmendmenl 1 have '•ken o( the wisdom of em til ll shield. It may well he th.i ome ur many of the witnesses who have kepi silent behin.t the I "on of the Fifth Amendment Ivisedlj or perhaps seen rhi important aspect civil liberty i, that the •n, whether to act wi.scly or • ""ii-tii> in thai n gard, is not eon "ted to the authorities but to the ( i ti/i n %  i adverted to the em '""" lo whuh one might Institution to which he is attached, an organization of which mber bj his.plea ..t the i-i th Amendment I have not dealt witb tnai because it hi -, private '"'" %  not a public, legally ponsibllity, and I r.lVi'i .''" dpal '"K here only wMfe Kith r' rty J A ""' h "i ,1< 1 h ruin Amenoment may well be under n oblation to wver his re. '•' an insUtulinn to which to rely and do reh m k stitutional '" %  At, Ctlll mm '"' • ,i,',"""" m;, > ri '"-' injury But Ml m mportant link on Hobor Oay-, 9J4 ^^l V^'.iSt nollj innocent men are privileged Uhewlae. i llMll | d agreement clear that c2 committee ""fjj to perform a,,.! ,,„%& M our governmental JkL things Th, r, ; man gj| stances of C t„v-n ^.ma3 hM which have renderJ", service to our country us*. 1 t>een saying i> th.,t'connJicommittei .'fncws?! Government must render bJ to the due proci ,,t \ M ? l law of the Ian of liberty, tn our c privileges: in other •ots, congressional i "inniiUefs, under the law and not a w The true functn ,, ,,( con( ^ committees m i %  nductiEi gationa is to learn th.. info, v them i>| ing legislation it no t | nelr j to substitute (ot ;,ttnm Mt for district attorneys. | or tivea or pohc on, whii ct 1 course ol ., %  rmatal eaanry (or 1< %  .-..•. %  J pose a eondit ,,..;J1 their functi even horrid i it opinion, ir. purpose of .... historicali> %  '*' %  < £* rm ht ol om When I lional i %  hjvj abridging thi ; iiixTtwal citizena I di • inl %  Ihe recent ( Mfl] Axmj and i '' %  "•>(* %  te, tO" -^j inn of tx hat atl iher.' w.ithi Senator had mihtarj i: the main • h i constitutional with enci upon i tional Ifbertii | eaa ot law In my \ ii eongrcssioi .. J snhd ground %  pretends t" ., • % %  iurt.il It ll not ., ; tern end tie i %  ins aei try citizen i hen it Ua by tryin which are aun'i accu i confront hi imii who do accu no right i" | hiv om ben > i when hu ^ i~till need only to gi\ e stj to speak InrhamfaS when the pi : -pd-(jj CM lit |>i li i political, profi lifeis not b) lJ sanctioned b) law and inSST beUeve, is pi : '•*' stitution beca stitutes a bill ul .M.iUiiVr V hen a i bfhnai this manner i cording itwitm %  -< • the oat I eaa of law What can yen and Iiloabssj The first step I lievi >-"J sure that we ui.-1. r-t.md waafj responsibihl> In Th ?Li^ fact seems to I %  bees f 1 1 recent month IM "ir jt.rawl dramatise tin situation '"T focusscd attentioi on a^mi dividuals The fact U ""'' Congressman-ami tWJ whoconduci the agent ol tl j Mouse ot Repn cipal is the Senati or tne its ResremaUtivi nd Haeii are resp "^"'^a transgress,,.n' '"""".wjf mitteea f the i""Va are members I et tn vnu down with tne your compl-mt ""T 1 ,'!^*! duct of e particular ^Bg#r| gressman. ami that tho c S anything alx"" rt \ m you should m.iK, tn* | that you expe.-i th.-* Ji Second. I N % %  >>"*L0k member that the ""f^Jf only as strong as-he "vg it receives from lh '/£2| defend it When the ^ the rights conferred b> ,Conllnud on '•* aSi -ite.