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The Jewish Floridian ( September 10, 1954 )

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e\wiisltUEIIiD!Pidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ij£ 28 Number 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS ivy Asked To Probe For Bias In Security Cases >o More Reinstated By Army In Fort Monmouth Jobs Ps 'Selective Immigration' Poses Problem 1 East Riots Put Jewish State on Spot |B Y NURA LASKY JTA SALEM The riots in and thr change of regime |,ia have had their reperin Israel, where wide secirultural areas. They h serious chronic | %  to I raeL meeting of the Zionist Chasanow Cleared of Charges; Witnesses' Motives Questioned I WASHINGTON (JTA) The fice. All five of the Jews have had tNavy Department, which this week security difficulties ... All Genhad absolved a veteran civilian emtiles remain undisturbed. In the ploye Abraham Chasanow, of absence of a statement of mi Greenbelt, Md„ of charges of being ; for the adverse decision of the a security risk and had restored Assistant Secretary (of the Navvi him to his duties in the Hydroit may well be believed that the graphic Office, was still confrontproceedings which led to that r!eed with the question whether the cision were tainted by anti-Semij suspension of Chasanow and four tism." %  other Jewish employes of the same Chasanow's clearance and resj office — all of whom resided in toration to duty was announced at Greenbelt — was due to anti-Semia press conference by James H. 1 ,lsm Smith. Assistant Secretary of the Chasanow, following his suspenNavy for Air. on the basis of evision. had maintained that some of dence submitted to a special heurhis accusers had been motivated ing board convened by order of by anti-Semitism. His attorney, in v Smith u a matter of executive a brief, had pointed out last April grace that •there are but five members Smith told the press conference of the Jewish .faith who are or that he felt that false allegations. 'were both Greenbelt residents and such as those lodged against (T I employes of the Hydrographic Ofanow, were contrary to the nati (ice There are at least eight memal security interests of the linr I bers of the Gentile faiths who are States. He declined to comment | both residents of Greenbelt and on whether other Greenbelt Jews employes of the Hydrographic Ofwhose separation from the Navy Department was similar to that of Chasanow, would be reinstated The American Jewish Con. winch welcomed the vindication ot Chasanow^as an act of justice, called upon Secretary of the Navy t Charles S. Thomas to determine whether anti Semitism was the ba\i:\\ YORK (JTA) —Two more' The Anti-Defamation League of sis of the false deunuciation laid lists. Would it not be more ad of the 38 civilian employes BUSB'naJ B'rith, in urging this scourge against him. visible first to create proper con ponded from their jobs at Ft Mon upon the Army, pointed out that' Shad Polier. chairman of the ditions for the accommodation of mouth on security charges were this would have determined whethAJC executive committee, in a letsuch large numbers? Giora Josephcleared and KStortd to employ'er the post's supervisory personnel ter to Secretary Thomas, expn thai, treasurer and absorption ment this week, the Army announchad treated non-Jewish employes gratification that Mr. Chasanow chief of the Jewish Agency, was ,. ( | ; ,t r t Monmouth | differently from Jews and whether had been cleared "and that the among those who warned of overTnc W() mt n (ne 2 oth and 21st ; one supervisor hail failed to proc' Navy Department has expressed its hasty action. ,,, w j n reinstatement, were Isidore "f r action cases involving nondecision in terms so clear as to Others, including the North AfSolomon, of Shrewsbury. N.J.. and Jewish employes where adverse in end all questions as to Mr. Cli. rican immigrants organizations, Harold Stein, of West Long Braneb. formation respecting them "was, ows loyalty." He said that "thvarious political parties, and indi Meanwhile the Armv had no y irtual !>' ^milar to the adverse inquestion of anti-Semitism, how,\ tr, remains. Since Mr. Chasanow Continued on Pag 2 Actions Committee last July, Zal man Shragai, head of the Jewish Agency's immigration department. pleaded for admission into Israel of 25,000 "emergency immigrants" from North Africa, comprising mainly just those cases who are he population are pleading; now barred. The lowest strata of nin^ the country's gates French North Africa's 350.000 Jews housands of French North |—those living in the filthy city Jew whose lives, they in -1 mellah (slums), sick in body and I danger. The pressoul, subsisting on begging and ; immigration" laws whatever Jewish welfare organizaentrj to families whose tions (American, French and local) healthy and not provide for them — would be the p, work: and try and settle ; first targets, should there be an anti-Semitic uprising And the political Climate there being what kch lu'ierculars. blind it is right now. there is no saying t insupportod aged. when the highly incitable populano attacks against Jews tion might turn against this malm! >r targets, have been j jority and make them the scapeAfrica. Six goat for failure to achieve political I irdered in I'etitjean. I aims b eeks ago They Mr. Shragai's pla evoked much Y red because they controversy in Israel. There are i, hut because they did those who hold that it is belter ft 1 thi i!' stores during a ; first to settle the residue of the ( (ration as the rebels had recent mass immigration wave.'. rtheless, Jews' those who are still lingering In I rench colony were (transit camps and subsisting on so and felt in danger of thafar I cial welfare aid or occasional fi cd lo the registraworkdays. Hospitals and homes Iters '• the thousands to for chronic invalids are over crowded and have long waiting Dr. Gloria Jofpkthul "over-hasty action" Criteria for Investigation Is Subject of Controversy j Ben Duffy reveal* aaaeintmeat Meanwhile, the Army had no viduals warn that, unless Israel further cnmrnpnt t0 makc on „„„,,. forma ion he accumulated With removes fast, it might be too late. ed rvqucsls na H clarjlv he „atspeot t0 Jiwlsh P"*"""'!, I Who asked whether Israel had the ur( (|f ni Investigation it said it: Meanwhile, attorneys Harry means for absorption four years na(J ^njuc^i mlo h( possibility <; reen and Ira J. Katchen. repre, ago, when Iraq's Jewish commu that anti-Semitism was the motiva-i s <" n,in S M" !" ? 0* the suspended I nity, numbering well over 100.000. ,i on f or t h e suspensions men, wrote to Army Secretary was transferred to Israel in a The Army < aid as( we ek that ir S' !" hurrv had conducted an "independent inSince the "selective immigravestigation" but did not state tion" amendment was passed by JJJJJ or no jt had oxaminw | J*" 7 !" A "* confront and cross-examine wit Mates, that information unknown to them had been used and that the Army refused detailed information on which unfavorable findings were based. used by its Army personnel secur ity boards. The lawyers said em the Knesset two years ago. only lne njaa „) tne gOO civilian em immigrants with curable bodily afp |„y CS at the post to ascertain flictions, such as — in the case wntner tnc sarne criteria had been of North Africans — ringworm of app |i e( t ( 0 non-Jewish personnel as Continued on Pao. 11 to Jewish. Wo rid Forces Divide and Threaten Men e Heads Brotherhood Week Miami Plans Tercentenary Participation On Sunday, September 12, Mi ami Jewry will mark a historic date in America's infancy as they join millions across the nation in observing the 300th anniversary of T h o se refused reinstatement j t he '""ding of 23 Jews on Man merely were notified that their ha,,an ,s,and September 12, 1654 continued employment "would not! For 30 davs — one (or each of be clearly consistent with the in terests of national security" under the years of American-Jewish history — they will celebrate the Terf VORK (JTA)—President "er will again serve as •O1'urman of BrotherI be observed next fry 2u through 27 under the Jrvhip ,| he National Con'' "' i hristians and Jews, "need here by Ben ral chairman of prnood \ Vek Simultaneously fy released a letter Kis P nhower extol Iwhind the annual I"'" which lies behind <( Brotherhood s •'old as our cjviliza %  dents letter de back to the answer given to the first man who asKed, 'Am 1 my brothers keep er?' "Through thousands of years there have been many noble answers to this same question, answers which bravely affirm that all men—of all religions, of all colors, of all languages-are in fact brothers, that no man can live alone But in every age the question is asked, and in every age it must be answered anew. "We live in a period in which the question has a new sharpness and a new edge, because there are new forces in the world which divide and threaten men. forces which work to lock each man within the prison of his own President Eisenhow's Executive Orcentenary theme: "Mans Opportunities and Responsibilities Under Freedom." Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temple Israel, chairman of the Greater Miami committee, has announced der of April 27. 1953 After an adverse ruling by a 1st mind, which makc friend distrust I Army board, the review board in frientf, nation distrust nation. In Washington would invite new the face of these forces it is im| data before making its recommendperative that we heroically by ations to Stevens The lawyers comj £-. hflvc word and deed give voice to our phuned that appeals were hamper, >r th Tcrcentenar> evv ^ faith that every man is indeed ed because of lack of specific rea "£ chajrrTU n of the loca com his brothers keeper, that no hu sons by th. -lower boards. j^^ afo Mrs Natnanje ^^ man being in the world can es-, It was this latest move at Ft. „ simonhoff and George j. cape his spiritual involvement in | Monmouth. in addition to the \ Tahan()ff M;lx c (; ett inBer is sec what happens to any other human ; breaking of the Abraham Chasan-1 ^5 the group Mavor being, that no man. in the trou-. ow case in Uashmgton this week. o of Miami d „ bled sea of mank.nd. can be an, that prompted renewed efforts Mjami %  %  si*"'' ... amon ? ff,C,al C,rc f les t0 draW f an have .ssued official proclamations It is the purpose of Brother acceptable code of practices for re ~. Bni inn „f the Tercentenary hood Week to inspire to give that fair methods of interrogation by ^^SHlS^cS2on^2 annret for our time, with an elogovernment agencies inquiring inopportunitv for V qurnce never before heard," the to Communist activities throughout j a umque PP rlun,t y ,or Amen letter concluded. the nation. Continued on Paja 5 that some 30 participating organ (r.l



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m.f~iei,rktfkHan_ PAGE 2 *J~J!IK!mS== Navy Asked to Probe for Security Case Bias *.-%%*>* J fc P ^* M h.. .,f the case, the editorial conclu r r aro^^J Continued from Paoe 1 was falsely accused, there is still the possibility that the proceeding, against him was prompted, in part, by hostility towards Jews The disquiet caused by the charge of anti-Semitism cannot be allayed solely by the clearance of a particular employe involved. It is essential that the Navy Department determine whether any of the personnel involved in the Chasanow proceeding was guilty of anti-Semitism, and that it make public the results of that investigation." Chasanow, 43, was dismissed from the Navy Department as a security risk on April 7, 1954. and was afforded reconsideration after a public outcry followed newspaper reports. A re-interrogation of informers against Chasanow was conducted. The Navy said that "those informants who were rr interrogated and who had initially given derogatory information against Mr. Chasanow cither failed to corroborate their original tostimony or were unable to produce specifics of earlier allegations A defense t<( Loyalty Board pre. cedures was made by Smith who sought to place the principal blame on informers who supplied the Navy with unfounded allegations against Chasanow. He conceded, however, that the appeal board might have been "a little naive" in failing to investigate the informers. An attempt is now being made by the Navy to prevent such malicious smears from receiving serious consideration in the future. Smith said. Smith was asked if sworn testimony would be henceforth r-quired from those making allegations Dr. Kaplan to Officiate at Beth David High Holy Day Services, Seller Reveals Herbert E. Scher. president, an-1 nounced this week that Dr. Louis L. Kaplan will officiate at High Holiday Services of Beth David Synagogue. Dr. Kaplan, nationally known educator and author, is executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education in Baltimore, Md.. and Dean of Baltimore Hebrew College and Teachers '1 raining School. He received the AB degree at Columbia University, New York, was a Fellow in the Department of Rabbinics at Dropsie College m Philadelphia, and received the Ph.D. degree there. Ht attended the American School of Oriental Research in Palestine and the Institute of Jewish Studies at Hebrew University. Dr. Kaplan is a past president of the National Council for Jewish Education and a member of the Board of Governors at Dropsie College, member of the publication editorial board, Jewish Publication Society of America, and lecturer on Jewish education at Dropsie College and the Jewish Theological Seminary in New "York. He is a „d whether the accused would h given the right to confront the accuser He said 'hat these mat [S would have tO be resolved | elsewhere hi the government The Navy Department. notin„ •the crave Injustice*' done to Cfcai %  now by the original rtarlements and the lengthy proceeding*, said | ; it wished to emphasize that the findings of the board show t hastnow's life "portrays an above ay| erage loyal American citizen It ; llM rited his "long creditable. service for the government, his many varied civic and patriotic acUvities, his exemplary family life, i the high esteem m which he was 1,,-ld b) his termer colleagues who | associated with him for many years, his active religious life and the high esteem in which he is held in his community" Chasanow. commenting on his clearance, thanked those who aided him and said he felt as if he had just -woke up from a bad dream Demands Action The New York Herald Tribune called this week for measures against those who had "knowingly injured Chasanow by bringing false charges Igathst him. The newspaper declared in an editorial that the Navy Department had acted "wisely and well" in admitting injustice to Mr Chasanow and in restoring him to bis post. After reviewing the charges against him and the background Beth KI Prepares For School Season Congregation Beth KI thiweek announced the opening ol its educational activities for the coming : of the case, the editorial conclud•* in Mr. Chasanow s clearance, this country's sense of fair play, decency and j *'•. ThttS' that anyone „,, J cd this man be Fighting <-..mmu B i, 1 7a Kvail unless w J£ 1 !" y agamst uwiJ methods." THE DELICIOUS WAV TO SAY "L'SHANAH^rflTOty 1 BARTOI Jut one of Barton'* asaay Rota Huhaiuh exdusiYoe. New Year assortment: (milk or bittersweet) 1 lb. $1.74, Bailing coat 45c| 2 lb. $3.4i, sailing cost 40c Seed far atosrated Iradsara. Write Barton's, 80 DelCalb An.,i famous for Continental Chocolates 63 Continental Chocolate Shop* in New York, 1"! ilaoelpaia, | Newark. Closed on the Sabbath and all Jewish Holy Dijs. • CILAK CHEESE tsrj • CREAM CREESE IN TIE 9 JEWISH ROME Md % %  wl COMPLETE PEST CONTROL ORKIN Wort*. S'n"^sf^|W^*', 90 Uig ^ FMI INSPECTION Call 2-1776 Member el B'nal B'rlih Dr. louii 1. Kaplan also a member of the citizens welfare committee on public welfare. Maryland State Conference and was a member of the Board of Regents, University of Maryland. In 1946, Dr. Kaplan was awarded the King Christian X Liberation Medal by King Christian ol Denmark, in appreciation of his leadership in raising a fund for the relief of Danish Jews who had escaped to Sweden. He is the author of "A New Approach to the Teaching of the Torah," commentary and inter pretation of the Five Books ol MOM'S, religious plays and pageants and has edited many Hebrew texts and readers. year Beth Kl Academy now baa four grades The faculty, under the supervision ol Hanoi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, consists of Urs Ruth Hi-. Mrs Rachafil Ross. Mrs I) A. Guttridge and Mrs M Civner "New equipment and additional facilities have been provided, and the school is approved by and under the supervision of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction." Rabbi Swirsky said. The Beth El afternoon school added to its staff Rev. Fishel Lutman. who is also cantor of the congregation. The Hebrew classes will com mence on September 13 and Sunday school classes on September 19. DAY WORKERS $5 I, $6 and Far* Hotel Maids Porters %  Dishwashers Colored Maids-Part Time or Fall Time in Private Homes ACE EMPLOYMENT 1*7 N.E. 1st Avt. h. 9.JO07 No Chargs to Employer Affiliation Revealed Affiliation of the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau with the Miami Beach Chamber of Coin merce was announced jointl) this week by Freeland B. Cresap." pros ident of the Miami Beach Cham ber of Commerce, and Jules Gillette, president of the Better Business Bureau of Miami Beach Mrs. Lee is Speaker Stephen s Wise Group of HadassaJi will hold its first meeting of the season al the Monte carlo Hotel on Monday at 12 31) pin Mrs William Lee will be guest speaker. There will also be .. film shown. • look for hSe name 9Cfp*od for gmmra t ion t m Jewish homos. • • I A favorite for Breakstone's Cream I preferred because 'i creamier, smoother. Tht p spread for booeh anil ... the ideol c ompl e —i> fox, whiteftsh, and ol otfl | smoked fish. And so < and thrifty in mot hoody big % lb. pockage. 3 \ J.iw* feSs*. ONE MOTHER TELLS ANOTHER "...WtHm REAL thing!" /Mother^ OLD FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH S. ol. I riM'tliiinn and >l. IO|>IIIIII J.ilHi" "> STORE 417 Washington Ae., Miami Beach Between fourth and Fifth Sti. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Private Use Also lor Hebrew Schools Telephone 5-9017 IS*AU CERT/HCATES *** ,**! 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JEH 10, 1954
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thers Remarks on Red Vote
GE SMATHERS
[s Senator from Florida
Lr long cogitation, I de-
L jn support of a pro-
Ll.iu the Communist
L make the praWiee df
, ,iHf country a, tjV|J> bared that a long, ar-
was ;ihead of us. But
Lity to force a show-
issue came unexpcct-
[score of us joined in
^s most of you know.
[adopted this proposal
to 1.
m its importance, and
feral questions have
[about this issue, I am
with a small portion
rks during the debate:
aboui needing laws to
,'s doing this or that.
School Will
Hen's Club
on Sunday
lected officers of the
, of Miatni Hebrew
t CcmKregation will be
I an installation break-
\Az\ mornjpjl, Septem-
i a.m., in tne Rosedale
lamed at a recent elec-
Edward L. Becker,
kam Cohen, vice presi-
Istone. treasurer; Paul
Tecretary; an(* Herbert
leant at-arms.
include Max Jaeob-
nl ill Beth David Men's
By Kaplan. Temple Is-
[tlub president.
I ceremonies will be Lee
\A\r\i to an announce-
>.im Cohen, chairman
Ithly Sunday breakfast
kbrew School and Con-
en's firmip meets week-
By evenings, 8:15 p.m.,
12th ave. alternating
He>s and board of gov-
Dn and with social pro-
ring the meetings. Lou-
efreshment committee
tunic, of the organiza-
nnj; some 40 members,
lonor committee, with
at the Dade County
support of the Parents
red Boy Scout Troop
petition in the
kmi Jewish Community
Dey li.iII Tournament;
|ll. brew Selu.ol Religi-
kda) Schools, its main
fho h i been reelected
a charter member of
t< S( I.....I. M'rved on
}t directors and is now
I lion's hoard of edu-
because It might be helpful to
Communistsseems to me to be
just like saying that we have an
orange tree, and that the meat on
the oranges on that tree is deadly
poi.son.ous. If these oranges actual-
ly arerdeadly. It obviously results
the roots of the tree are infected.
Now you wouldn't just knock
those oranges .off the tree and
leave the trunk and limbs to breed
a new crop of pqison fruit. The
thing to do is destroy the trunk,
'the roots, the tree itself. That is
the manner in which we should
approach the problem before us
today. ..
"We live under a government of
laws. Duly enacted laws govern our
lives. A man's rights, or privileges,
are not taken from him without
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f1 t 1935. AU Jewish
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rk,n tl" rrntJ with oae of
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WUon of tha famoue l< Tor
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Edward I. Becker
;Vgust rmo.s k> ,
due legal action. However, today
we condemn persons with Commu-
nist leanings or beliefs. We have
been throwing them out of the
teaching profession. We even make
it difficult for Communists to work
in ordinary industry. We are sure-
ly driving them out of all *ocial,
professional, and industrial life,
and yet while we so proscribe these
people, there is no hard and fast
law that says it is wrong or illegal
to be a Communist or that a Com-
munist cannot work in these fields
of endeavor. So today without ben-
efit of law, we pick at them, hold
them up to bad publicity and ridi-
cule, punish and persecute them,
and finally we throw them out; but
not by benefit of law.
"To conduct ourselves this way
without benefit of i lawis to
practice the grossest type of dis-
crimination. We are discriminating
against them for their thoughts
and acts, when under present law,
what they think and do is com-
pletely legal. If we are going to be
a government o/ law, why do we
not meet the problem head on and
say, "We do not like communism;
we fear it; it is oppositive to what
we believe in; therefore, anybody
who believes in it, advocates it, or
who belongs to a political party
which itself advocates or believes
in communism, is guilty of a crime
against the United States?" If we
take this step, then we will have a
legal basis on which we can pro-
scribe them in our society. The
way to face this issue is to meet
the problem head on."
^X\H ORO WITZ- MA RGAR ETEN
G NOODLES
Registration Scheduled
Members of Congregation Monti-
cello Park are in the process of
organizing a teen age and a youth
group in order to provide activities
and social events for the younger
members of the community. Regis-
tration for Sunday and Religious
School will take place at the Cen-
ter on Sunday morning. September
12.
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* JEH 10, 1954 PAGE^ thers Remarks on Red Vote GE SMATHERS [s Senator from Florida L r long cogitation, I deL jn support of a proLl.iu the Communist L ma ke the praWiee df ,„ ,iHf country a, tjV|J>.im Cohen, chairman Ithly Sunday breakfast kbrew School and Conen's firmip meets weekBy evenings, 8:15 p.m., 12th ave. alternating He>s and board of govDn and with social proring the meetings. Louefreshment committee tunic, of the organizannj; some 40 members, lonor committee, with at the Dade County support of the Parents red Boy Scout Troop %  petition in the kmi Jewish Community Dey li.iII Tournament; |ll. brew Selu.ol Religikda) Schools, its main fho h i been reelected a charter member of t< S( I I. M'rved on }t directors and is now I lion's hoard of edubecause It might be helpful to Communists—seems to me to be just like saying that we have an orange tree, and that the meat on the oranges on that tree is deadly poi.son.ous. If these oranges actually arerdeadly. It obviously results the roots of the tree are infected. Now you wouldn't just knock those oranges .off the tree and leave the trunk and limbs to breed a new crop of pqison fruit. The thing to do is destroy the trunk, 'the roots, the tree itself. That is the manner in which we should approach the problem before us today. .. "We live under a government of laws. Duly enacted laws govern our lives. A man's rights, or privileges, are not taken from him without — RZEIT DATES' A GLANCEI OUR READEftSI Idil •'. of Famous 24Irew-English Calendar ITu lie.".. 1 %  • ij-ijrjijaa k" -rp ^BB B. — --"M Hit ion of the calendar I > and English dates f 1 t 1935. AU Jewish I to 1M1 r k,n tl rrntJ with oae of *" to Mnn lor our mn WUon of tha famoue l< Tor l* c< "For f rw copy, jaet "• r latter te: — IwiNt co., o^. a rargri ao, Pa. Edward I. Becker ;VGUST rmo.s K> due legal action. However, today we condemn persons with Communist leanings or beliefs. We have been throwing them out of the teaching profession. We even make it difficult for Communists to work in ordinary industry. We are surely driving them out of all *ocial, professional, and industrial life, and yet while we so proscribe these people, there is no hard and fast law that says it is wrong or illegal to be a Communist or that a Communist cannot work in these fields of endeavor. So today without benefit of law, we pick at them, hold them up to bad publicity and ridicule, punish and persecute them, and finally we throw them out; but not by benefit of law. "To conduct ourselves this way —without benefit of i law—is to practice the grossest type of discrimination. We are discriminating against them for their thoughts and acts, when under present law, what they think and do is completely legal. If we are going to be a government o/ law, why do we not meet the problem head on and say, "We do not like communism; we fear it; it is oppositive to what we believe in; therefore, anybody who believes in it, advocates it, or who belongs to a political party which itself advocates or believes in communism, is guilty of a crime against the United States?" If we take this step, then we will have a legal basis on which we can proscribe them in our society. The way to face this issue is to meet the problem head on." ^X\H ORO WITZMA RGAR ETEN G NOODLES Registration Scheduled Members of Congregation Monticello Park are in the process of organizing a teen age and a youth group in order to provide activities and social events for the younger members of the community. Registration for Sunday and Religious School will take place at the Center on Sunday morning. September 12. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, etc. Accommodating 10 to 1000 People Strictly Kosher Kitchen t'nder Supervision of I;., III. I Joseph K. Rarkovaky Call Saul Herman, 580811 ON THE OCEAN AT UNCOiN Rf>. Dl LIDO HOTEL /Sivilv*.> £ < Coffee Shop Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th Avnu Phone 9-8456 CATERING DIVISION FOB AIL MM PARTIES ROSEDALE RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996 Member of School and College Advisory Center IISIDENT SCHOOL FOR BOYS and GIRLS DAY SCHOOL for BOYS and GIRLS ELEMENTARY thru HIGH-COLLEGE PREP. OXFORD SCHOOL jg LOUIS ARI OB*. *•*-. "•*•• *•" EXCELLENT PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT LICENSED TEACHERS After School Program of Supervised Sports ana* Recreation for All Students _, LUNCH (Rasher) TRANSPORTATION %  aa Optional Religious Education Including Bar Mittvah and Confirmation AT NO AODIT I 0 M A l COST MAJOR NAT POLLACK, B.B.A., M.S., Headmaster 1204 West Avenue, Miami Beach Phones 58-3271 58-1052 Registration Daily (except Satura'ay; through Sepfeinber School Starts September 20th 1 I


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Navy Asked to Probe for Security Case Bias
Continued from Page 1
was falsely accused, there is still
the possibility that the proceed-
ing, against him was prompted, in
part, by hostility towards Jews
The disquiet caused by the charge
of anti-Semitism cannot be allayed
solely by the clearance of a par-
ticular employe involved. It is es-
sential that the Navy Department
determine whether any of the per-
sonnel involved in the Chasanow
proceeding was guilty of anti-Semi-
tism, and that it make public the
results of that investigation."
Chasanow, 43, was dismissed
from the Navy Department as a
security risk on April 7, 1954, and
was afforded reconsideration after
a public outcry followed news-
paper reports. A re-interrogation
of informers against Chasanow was
conducted. The Navy said that
-those informants who were -jfg** T^^tE
interrogated and who had initially *iwn r ^ (_ ^
given derogatory information accusir i
f gainst Mr. Chasanow either failed tcrs wouldI haw
to corroborate their original test, ** *
mony or were unable to produce
specifics of earlier allegations '
A defense of Loyalty Board pro
cedures was made by Smith who
sought to place the principal blame
on informers who supplied the
Navy with unfounded allegations
against Chasanow. He conceded,
however, that the appeal board
might have been "a little naive
in failing to investigate the inform
ers. An attempt is now bring
he rcM'lud
rnment.
he NiVJ Department, noting
the grave Injustice" done to ( has-
mow by the original startements
;in,l the length) proceeding said
,i wished to emphasis* that tne
finding ol the board show < na<-
anow's life "portray* an abwre *
enuje loyal American citizen n
BlM cited his "long creditable
service for the government, nis
muu varied civic and patriotic ac-
tivities, hi- exemplary family Hie.
, the hich esteem in which he was
of the case, the editorial conclud-
"In Mr. Chasanow s clearance,
this country's sense of fair play,
decency and ;
*'*"d ThuiT*
that anyone who
ed this man be
Wrting vmnm%+
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methods." *
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made by the Navy to prevent ""JjJJJ!,, g h|a fl,rmrr c||caCuev who
malicious smears from receiving
serious consideration in the fu-
ture, Smith said.
Smith was asked if sworn testi
mony would be henceforth r-quir-
ed from thote making allegations
Dr. Kaplan to Officiate at Beth David
High Holy Day Services, Scher Reveals
Herbert E. Scher, president, an-
nounced this week that Dr. Louis
L. Kaplan will officiate at High
Holiday Services of Beth David
Synagogue.
Dr. Kaplan, nationally known
educator and author, is executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education in Baltimore. Md., and
Dean of Baltimore Hebrew College
and Teachers Training School. -
He received the AB degree at
Columbia University, New York,
was a Kellow in the Department of
Rabbinics at Dropsie College In
Philadelphia, and received the
Ph.D. degree there.
Ht attended the American Schoo
of Oriental Research in Palestine
and the Institute of Jewish Studies
at Hebrew University.
Dr. Kaplan is a past president of
the National Council for Jewish
Education and a member of the
Board of Governors at Dropsie Col-
lege, member of the publication
editorial board, Jewish Publication
Society of America, and lecturer
on Jewish education at Dropsie
College and the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary in New York. He is

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also a member of the citizens wel-
fare committee on public welfare,
Maryland State Conference and
was a member of the Board of Re-
gents, University of Maryland.
uaociated with him for many
years, Ms active religious life and
the high e>teem in which he if.
held in his community "
Chasanow. commenting on his
clearance, thanked those who aid-
ed him and said he felt as if he
had just "woke up from a had
dream."
Demands Action
The New York Herald Tribune
called this week for measures
against those who had "knowingly
injured Chasanow by bringing false
charges against him.
The newspaper declared in an
editorial that the Navy Depart
tnenl had acted "Wisel) and wll'
in admitting injustice to Mr ("has
now and in restoring him to his
post After reviewing the charges
against him and the background
Beth El Prepares
For School Season
Congregation Beth El thi- week'
announced the opening ol its edu-
cational activities for the coming
year.
Beth El Academy now has four
grades xhe faculty, under the su-
pervision ol Rabbi Shmaryahu T !
Swirsky, consists oi Mrs Ruth
ills-. Mrs. Rachael Ross, Mr- D
A. Guttridge and Mrs M Civner.
"New equipment and additional
facilities have been provided, and
the school is approved by and un-
der the supervision of the Dade
County Boara of Public Instruc-
tion." Rabbi Swirsky said.
The Beth El afternoon school
added to its staff Rev. Kishel Lut-
man, who is also cantor of the con-
um
In 1946, Dr. Kaplan was awarded I gregation.
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Mrs. Lee is Speaker
Stephi n S Wise Croup of Ha-
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FRIDAY, Navy Asked to Probe for Security Case Bias Continued from Page 1 was falsely accused, there is still the possibility that the proceeding, against him was prompted, in part, by hostility towards Jews The disquiet caused by the charge of anti-Semitism cannot be allayed solely by the clearance of a particular employe involved. It is essential that the Navy Department determine whether any of the personnel involved in the Chasanow proceeding was guilty of anti-Semitism, and that it make public the results of that investigation." Chasanow, 43, was dismissed from the Navy Department as a security risk on April 7, 1954, and was afforded reconsideration after a public outcry followed newspaper reports. A re-interrogation of informers against Chasanow was conducted. The Navy said that -those informants who were -jfg** T^^tE interrogated and who had initially *iwn r „ ^ ( ^ given derogatory information accusir i f gainst Mr. Chasanow either failed tcrs wouldI haw to corroborate their original test, **£ *££ mony or were unable to produce specifics of earlier allegations A defense of Loyalty Board pro cedures was made by Smith who sought to place the principal blame on informers who supplied the Navy with unfounded allegations against Chasanow. He conceded, however, that the appeal board might have been "a little naive in failing to investigate the inform ers. An attempt is now bring he rcM'lud rnment. he NiVJ Department, noting •the grave Injustice" done to ( hasmow by the original startements ;in ,l the length) proceeding said ,i wished to emphasis* that tne finding ol the board show < nateem in which he if. held in his community Chasanow. commenting on his clearance, thanked those who aided him and said he felt as if he had just "woke up from a had dream." Demands Action The New York Herald Tribune called this week for measures against those who had "knowingly injured Chasanow by bringing false charges against him. The newspaper declared in an editorial that the Navy Depart tnenl had acted "Wisel) and wll' in admitting injustice to Mr ("has %  now and in restoring him to his post After reviewing the charges against him and the background Beth El Prepares For School Season Congregation Beth El thiweek' announced the opening ol its educational activities for the coming year. Beth El Academy now has four grades xhe faculty, under the supervision ol Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky, consists oi Mrs Ruth ills-. Mrs. Rachael Ross, MrD A. Guttridge and Mrs M Civner. "New equipment and additional facilities have been provided, and the school is approved by and under the supervision of the Dade County Boara of Public Instruction." Rabbi Swirsky said. The Beth El afternoon school added to its staff Rev. Kishel Lutman, who is also cantor of the conum In 1946, Dr. Kaplan was awarded I gregation. £*. ,"?* S hriS, a u X L,bera,i<,n I The Hebrew classes Medal by King Christian ol Den: men „ „„ s ,,, tl mh< r „ %  day school classes will comORKIN Mum 1901 largmt FREE INSPECTION Call 2-1776 Member ol B'nal B'rlth mark, in appreciation of hiership in raising a fund for the relief of Danish Jews who had escaped to Sweden. He is the author of "A New Ap proach to the Teaching of the Torah." commentary and inter pretation of the Five Books oi Moses, religious plays and pageants and has edited many Hebrew texts and readers 19. on September DAY WORKERS $5 t $6 and Fare Hotel MaiSs Porters Dishwashers Colored Maids-Part Time or Fall Timo in Private Homes ACE EMPLOYMENT •17 N.E. let Ave. Ph. 9.3607 No Charge to Employer Affiliation Revealed Affiliation of the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau with the Miami Beach Chamber ol Commerce was announced jolntl) this week by Frceland B. Cresap, president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, and Jules Gillette, president of the Better Business Bureau of Miami Beach. Mrs. Lee is Speaker Stephi n S Wise Croup of Hadassah will hold its first meeting of the season .it the Mont,Carlo Hotel on Honda) at 12:30 p.m Mrs William Lee will be guest speaker, There will also be i film shown §o •!• I rM*liiian and \ \$>s** ggtf w ONE MOTHER TELLS ANOTHER "'iijfjjh MA* thing!" /Mother^ OLD FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH KOSHER PAREVi t*tT made without sugar just the natural swootnoss of the M. H>|IIUII HEBREW BOOK STORE! 417 Washington Ae., Miami Beach I Between fourth and fifth Si | HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Privote Use l Also for Hebrew Schools j'SRS.11 Cf*rmC4f||| choicest fresh water flsh. FO* YOU* HOUDAY TABU w, turner Psrwe Pare E U Mermen*. •re* Ik* *e*t l *w Ufih.M .1 ffi) MOTMWSFOOOWOOUCTS. INC.. hW.A $. N. I. ypJttrlcr •M iln ioad Motxsnm. Phono S-5419 Entrtnc. on Washington Aa. OCULISTS • PrescriDtions FUlexl • Lenseh and Frames Duplicated • Lorqe Selection in Latest Stylo* ]u*t one of Barton's eaauy Koeh Heshenah eadueiroe. 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rFMB ER 10. 1954 PAGE "9 thers Remarks on Red Vote |RGE SMATHERS I Senator from Florid* long cogitation, I dein support of a prollau thf Comnium.st because it might be helpful to Communists—seems to me to be just like saying that we have an orange tree, and that the meat on the oranges on that tree is deadly poisonous. If these oranges actualmakc-llie praWie df'iy are"deadly. It obviously results „, tin, country *j!&-**(&tM flMik} the tree or r ,ir,il I hat a long, ar %  ras ahead of us. But lily to force a showl issue came unexpectcore of us joined in p most of you know, Jdopted this proposal go to 1. its importance, and feral questions have about this issue, I am i-illi a small portion during the debate: ut needing laws to fs doing this or that. &f School Will Men's Club on Sunday fcted officers of the of Miatni Hebrew CongreKation will be %  n installation breaklay mornipf, Septem[a.m.. in the Rosedale |med at a recent elecEdward L. Becker, km Cohen, vice presi|tone. treasurer; Paul Cretan; and Herbert tant at-arms. fa include Max JacobIt of Beth David Men's Kaplan, Temple IsClub president. kerenionies will be Lee fang to an announcei Sam Cohen, chairman hly Sunday breakfast brew School and ConIn s group meets weekevenings, 8:15 p.m., fl2th ave., alternating ess and board of govand with social proIng the meetings. Loufcfreshment committee |iitiet of (he organizang some 40 members, Jonur committee, with fat the Dade County iippnii of the Parents pd Boy Scout Troop ho; competition in the m Jewish Community ly Ball Tournament; ?bre School Religia) S< hools, its main no has been reelected la charier member of r School, served on directors and is now (gallon's board of eduthe roots of the tree are infected. Now you wouldn't just knock those oranges .off the tree and leave the trunk and limbs to breed a new crop of poison fruit. The thing to do is destroy the trunk, 'the roots, the tree itself. That is the manner in which we should approach the problem before us today. "We live under a government of laws. Duly enacted laws govern our lives. A man's rights, or privileges, are not taken from him without :EIT DAM GLANCEI OUR READERS! liti.r. (if Famoua 24tw-English Calendar tu 111 '••ion of the calendar! •* nd English dates to >35. AU Jewish P n hu "ns*l with w of £• to M.U, for „,, nUun PlMm of ,K. tum>m M-TM oit. For %  frw copy, jujt fm ur kll.r to: — "NX CO., "•burgh JO, Sfc, D^I. a due legal action. However, today we condemn persons with Communist leanings or beliefs. We have been throwing them out of the teaching profession. We even make it difficult for Communists to work in ordinary industry. We are purely driving them out of all social, professional, and industrial life, and yet while we so proscribe these people, there is no hard and fast law that says it is wrong or illegal to be a Communist or that a Communist cannot work in these fields of endeavor. So today without benefit of law, we pick at them, hold them up to bad publicity and ridicule, punish and persecute them, and finally we throw them out; but not by benefit of law. 'To conduct ourselves this way —without benefit of;law—is to practice the grossest type of discrimination. We are discriminating against them for thein thoughts and acts, when under present law, what they think and do is completely legal. If we are going to be a government (if law. why do we not meet the problem head on and say, "We do not like communism; we fear it; it is oppo.sitive to what we believe in; therefore, anybody who believes in it, advocates it, or who belongs to a political party which itself advocates or believes in communism, is guilty of a crime £dord I. Becker Mu*r<&* Registration Scheduled Members of Congregation Monticello Park are in the process of organizing a teen age and a youth group in order to provide activities and social events for the younger members of the community. 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PAGE 4 JfiwtetJhvJdB&L ntlDAY. a r****\** J \^***+\0+*\^*^**\^4 Published every Friday sines 1927 by the J w J l h FlerldiM at 12C N. E Sixth Street, Miami '• f lor J", E-.sred a> second-class matter July 4. 1930. at the Posi Of ce 01 Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 18" The Jewith Floridian hai absorbed the Jewjfh Un ty and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewith Tele, graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World wide News Service. National Edit/Mai Asaociation. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Fionas Press Association. ^^^^^___ Fr.ED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDL1N News Editor^ I iiassiiio \v"s I : \ o I MT.I I ion The case of Abraham Chasanow, Nuvy employe dismissed several months ago in Washington for "security reasons," is a sad example of the variety of swift justice which we are being asked to accept during these days of antiCcmmunist activity. Mr. Chasanow has now been exonerated by the Navy and cleared of the charges leveled against him. James H. Smith, Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air, told reporters this week that "We want to see what we can do to restore him not only in his job but in his reputation with the public." The Assistant Secretary, unwittingly or not, has touched precisely on the crux of the problem. Recent methods of investigation into Communist activity throughout the United States demonstrate conclusively the damage done to individual careers by interrogators who fail to take into account the personal factor. We are, all of us. tragically aware of the Communist threat and join in a common hope that our government will be able to deal effectively with that threat in order for the democratic process to triumph and prevail. But we are also aware of the anxiety in this regard cast among the American people by seme of our leaders who presume that the fight against Communism is their personal battie and who are making political hay out of c social menace. These leaders, alone, must accept responsibility for the impatience and unreasonable means with which persons suspected of disloyalty are being treated during inquiries into their past activities. Mr. Chasanow may be exonerated by the Navy, but it remains questionable that his reputation will be cleared as easily as has been his security status. A case is now being formed for the possibility that Mr. Chasanow was a victim of anti-Semitic witnesses. Our government, and its armed services, were gullible enough to accept in sacrosanct fashion the testimony of these anxiety-ridden witnesses against the Navy employe; this constitutes a flagrant charge against all of us — our sense of justice, integrity and fair play. The Chasanow incident should teach us two lessons. First, the American people must demend. once and for all. a rigid code of practices to be followed by any investigatory agency engaged in Communist inquiry. Second, the American people, themselves, must finall recognize that rapid adjudication is more synonymous with concepts of retribution than justice; nor is wish-thinking, they must come to recognize, a substitute for effective action. Neighbors of Mr. Chasanow. who testified to the extent of his Communist activity, were not doing our nation and its security officers a favor; they were merely engaging in flagrant bigotry of one sort to outroot another. In that sense, they took upon themselves the repsonsibility of acting as judge rather than jury. Unity of purpose but division of method is precisely what the real Communist hopes finally to engender among us. While it is the ambition of investigatory agencies to uncover Communists, it is also their clear duty to protect the innocent from unfounded charges. This side of the coin we, as a peo pie, have ignored. There can be no greater disservice done to the United States and its citizens. ^ OFFICE and PLANT -120 N. E-Sixth SheeTelephones 2 1141 Z-JWU During The Week ... A %  i in %  y LEO MINDLIN "IS ~ is oc One Vrf f U B S 3'0t philosopJn* and la enpeoia time. when Dt^Iinsteui has **> reaching the hfat, \^ ( %  cation with humanitarian causes. wmim Mr Kinstcin's career is a fascinating one As earl established his internationally renowned reputation whs 1 ,,1 (he Theory of Relativity. Informed opinion regarrKn, 1 theorj as the first major contribution to physici after Si ton A world previously explained by the Englishman in terms of force and mass, veiocn placed within the larger universe as an aspect i.j craviutjnLj attraction between the product of masses and their radii ^ Einstein'* mind a much more fluid concept Vast eptoi ontological changes in the philosophy of physical result It is particularly fascinating to ponder fo %  '.•act, n ip.imcuidiij isMHMuiiK IU ponner tor %  moment 1 this theory was expounded half a century ago, is% l r that Dr Kinstcin s intellectual contributions t.. civih OPINING OF JfrV/SH IDUCAJION MONTH This Troubled Hour The recent terroristic outbreak against Jews of Tunisia and Morocco seems thousands of miles away from us and only connected to our way of living in a theoretical way. We may deplore it and look upon the riots cs an adjunct to nationalistic movements there, as well as to demonstrations against French colonial influence. But the fact remains that the unfortunate Jews of the area are victims of virulent antiSemitism and that their plight is as sad as was European Jewry's prior to and during World War II. With renewed viaor. new demands are being placed upon Israel to maintain her ports of entry opened wide for an influx of Jewish refugees from the trouble area. It is clear that the problems imposed upon the young republic's progressive program of achievement in this regard will tax the imagination of its leaders. Israel's fundamental philosophy embodies an "open-door" policy tor Jews throughout the world; indeed, this policy is its essential reason for being. But it :s also clear that no new nation can continue maintaining such a record of unselfish devotion to the concept of ingathering without aid from the world outside. Israel's ingathering largely poses no restrictions. The productive individual is as welcome as the weak and the aged, and the preponderance of persons entering the Jewish State who belong to the latter category is legion. It is therefore incumbent upon each of us to share the burden of this ingathering. We can best do that by fulfilling our promises ot aid during the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Those of us who have, as yet. failed to make the gilts we pledged, fail Israel in this troubled hour. Diversity of Opinion Diversity cf opinion is certainly the liieblood of any democracy. When men no longer think for themselves and when they are willmq to ape the politics of their ne.ghbors. it >. clear that a nation has then embarked upon a dan gerous time in its history. But this principle can be carried too far for rosy handling of a Governments daily bus,ness. and Israel seems currently ,o be reaching a dilemma in this regard Po!,„cal expression ptisan U n ,0 PU mildl >' 1S sha 'Py" rrZL haVe ^u obse,V1 ^ with .merest the manner ,n which the younq republic is now atemp,, n g 0 cope w„h this dilemma. It, coalman cabinet, so delicately balanced has on a number of occasion, found itself „, h L hon of toppl t^ it c J^LVXZl ly vote on ordinary issues at hand. Such highly individualistic paht-c, can I. he has bee:, suggesting that n0 rxirtv Ih„lIt any given elector, he *** hus argument Ever 8L nri s ^mhcunce of coal,t,on cabin e r„a. me Juh'S", 1100 lh dUficulty be Cau8e of the vari. v of '?"/ aher ties that have held out for L 0l J lmte !" mum now acceptab.e fo, rep e^SoT ^ thai sick h.en no less significant since then. A man who ei claim iH'fure his middle years and for whom respect' on religious reverence certainly deserves to u •tucllecft put out bj frown Publishers represents an effort (o p^nna] pher in terms of his humanistic impulses, and there catM approach to Dr Einstein than this. • • • • THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF DR I Ideas and Opinions" is a clue to the book's content Aai the picture shows all of the philosophers facial *h mme of its defining planes. In these terms. "Ideas and i sents a surface study of the man's impulses while avoidmjL of his major reasoning. It is perhaps this failing that maki so thoroughly enjoyable and so excellent an introduction it| stein, the thinker. Pervading the entire work is his passionate respect !rj dividual and the reaffirmation of humanityneed to re>pea,l the process of self-determination. There is constant referesaj self as a "lone traveler" and to his sharp awareness, na "of the limits of mutual understanding and consonance people." But out of thib presupposed ineluctable isolation.Dt.1 envisions man's most blessed state—the right to solitude Ttu-i follows from the drive toward independence and self-deten Thus,, political tyranny is for him the worst of all'.... "Force always attract* men of low morality.' he writes, "ail it to ho an invariable rule that tyrants of genius are scoundrels.'' A corollary to this position is his attitude trwjnrt tary. whirh he abhors. 'That a man can take p in f.n:r to the strains of a band is enough to make me Dr Kinstein observes. All of these remarks are clearly interdependent Ther| hiunalterable love for democracy, his belief that man trirectrnrr>}only in a free environment and that reason. %  itself In nature, must remain untrammeled b> violence di Most apparent throughout "Ideas and Opinions j> the pki humility. Reroxnrring civilization's technological achievemeat,| it deplorable that "people living in different countries kill i at irregular time Intervals." Yet, he trusts in a t.indameatati beliel that posterit) will look upon this unfortunate i feeling of pride and justified superiority, in -hurt, tha will have arrived at a point in progress where th< phalanidl soph) a hearth) regard for one's neighbor, which must %  ion can achieve full realization. • • • A FUNDAMENTAL ANTI-MATERIALISM PERVADE! I stein's book, and this can be misinterpreted in th< light of | lory Speaking of intellectual dedication, he loi upon thel •'.•ith lor itown sake as a deterrent to -hment! i" Inexperience, he has found, is there an\ ccesoij between self fulfillment (happiness in the popuiai -ense: with "pigsty morality") and money "Thi \ample ofj pure individuals ithe only thing that can lead u •<> noblef deeds." he writes "(an anyone imagine Moserdandhii I igs of Carnegie?" Similarly, Ma hatred of chauvanism in an> i im and of I be construed as opposing the tenor of our time. IndeftJ on the sound sense of humanity and the fact that thisseafif maUcally corrupted by commercial and political through the schools and the press" seem sociologically i and disquieting today. Forgetting that man> ol these bel pounded in the early thirties when international tensions' lensticall) different, one may naively point, in tarn, to DrJ man> and frequent negative observations on I; u n A I here But this would servo as no real chie to the i pulse of 1*1 Ideas .,nd Opinions" reveals Dr. Einstein in th. highest raiej sopher literally, as one who loves knowledge II is'" *J~ > anti materialist, his philosophic ntethodologt oust be 'Miregard. Our era tends to deify the scienti-t to maketj fallible, omniscient being who deals with facts and who h! necessarily, excised from his nature sentiment and moral^ The philosopher, as metaphysician, has lost meaniniT <-onfiguration. We have, indeed, been brought to belie** ^ nl) with "poetic" and "worthless" values. But it the) *J [I i that our conception of worth is currently distorted! hold in high regard is not the scientist—the Latin able to receive This application of the Kantian imperatise delmeates beyond a doubt Dr. Eiiwte.i 9*£L '" no shunning of the moral impulse in the scientist w Continood an Paa 13



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SEPTEMBER 10. 1954 +Je*ist>fk>r/(f/ar) PAGE 5 ami Plans Local Festival Role \ inued from f9 1 strengthen their' underlet the principle of demo .,l„m and the tradition y among alleitftens." launching of the Tcr throughout the country Sunday, September 12, anal broadcasts over tele,1 radio throughout the ifiami the ABC program of Israel" will be heard nbei 12. at 9:05 a.m., on AM and will be devoted tercentenary celebration. [•Eternal Light" programs station WIOD over the NBC network "ill salute the erccntenary bcinning with the ii>t program on ieptember 12 at •:30 a.m.. and ontinuing evry Sunday hereafter hrough Decem*?i"5. According t"o' the Jewish Theological SemAmerica, under whose the "Eternal Light" proive been presented for| r> this special series will ted to the Tercentenary (feature outstanding plays nationally-known author, iVi>hcngrad. ion station WTVJ will special Tercentenary pro-, 9 a.m. on Sunday. Sep19. and again on Sunday, I [M 26, at 10 a.m. Other nary television presentai be seen by Miami viewers iiary 7. 1955. 10:30 a.m.. kecutively thereafter for fks special meeting of the Miami Tercentenary CornTuesday, immediate and lans for participation in ation by Greater Miami's [immunity was discussed. ^hwartzman. executive dithe Bureau of Jewish has published a Terbullctin for the Jewish Dl Greater Miami containl<">tinns and materials for r < forthcoming celebration. jreau has also made availPMiuree and program bul[adult Jewish organizations of Greater Miami to aid progran chairmen in de veloping specia events w i t h i r thfir own organizaliWH


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PAGE 6 Discussion of Segregation Held First of a series of "Let's Talk it Over" meetings on the subject of racial integration in the public school system was held last week at St. Stephen's Church, Coconut Grove. Following an old-fashioned town meeting pattern, the community heard four panelists from the Dade County Council on Community Relations discuss the legal, as well as the more general aspects of desegregation in Dade County's schools. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu El. was moderator for the panel and the discussion period which followed. • It is hoped," said Hollis Rinehart, chairman of the Council, "that through calm discussion involving all those concerned with the situation we can find sonic constructive suggestions on making the transition from segregated to integrated schools a harmonious one." Meetings in other community centers will be held by the Council and its 45 member organizations in order to hear reactions and suggestion* from the core of the community on the implementation ol the recent Supreme Court decision barring racial segregation in the schools. The panel included Mr Rme hart; Marjorie Stoneiiian Douglas, pioneer Miamian and noted author Mrs. Charles Williams, national president "of the Negro ParentTeachers Associations; and Rabbi Lehrman, To Attend National Seminar Jennie Meyer, of 6251 S\V 24th st Miami, will participate in PioDeer Women's third national leadership seminar to be held at the Lakecrest, StanfordvIIIe, New York, from September 10-20. CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH Moderately Air Conditioned, Beautiful Synagogue 935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach ANNOUNCES THAT THE OFFICE IS OPEN THE ENTIRE DAY FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR SEATS, FOR THE COMING YEAR 571S HIGH HOLIDAY TO GET THE SEATS OF YOUR CHOICE, OBTAIN THEM NOW FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL THE OFFICE, 58-1521 The Spiritual leader Rabbi Joseph f. Rackovsky Prominent Speaker and Renowned Cantor KNOWN AS THE YERUSHALMY Will Conduct Services and Deliver the Sermons HYMAN SHER, President SOLOMON AITER, Vice President SIMON HILL. Secretary Beach Doctor Gets Heart Fund Stipend Work of Miami Reach's Dr. Maurice Le^ In the AeM *£" r arch has won recognition iron ,h„ American Hear! Usoctotion, >t wu learned lasl wees l, r Paul linger. o( Miami Beam president*!**! oi the Heart Ass. ciation, announced thai l>r Lev, director oi research laboratories .,, MI Sinai Hospital, has received a granl ol $5,000 from the national l>oil\ •The monej ijpecifically roi .< stud) oi the conduction system in < -,,, !!; -mi..iiv abnormal hearts i"Unger sail, and it represent a return to this area from the national level of a part ol the Heart Fund collected annually Zeta Beta Tau Elects National Officials I, Reyner Samel ol New York, was reeladted presidenl ol /eta |Bets Tau lasl week while the old1 est national social fraternity of Jewish men continued its 56th annual meeting al the Monte Carlo Hotel. Miami Be,ah Named vice presidents were Stanlej I Hsh' 1. oi New York: Frank Goldman, ol l owell, Mass i harlea GoJdring, ol Los Angeles; Richard S Graham, ol New York; Leonard ll Guldman, ol Denver; and I A Strasbburgi r, ol Mont gomer). Ala jack London, "i New York, was elected treasurer, and ii MIL oi Clev< land, .' ver, oi New Yi rk wa n named ral executive secretarj Supper Party Sunday Mrs Rachel Sakowitt. president „f Dov chapter. Miirachi Women, announces a supper party to be h( U l „n Sunday. September 12. 6 P m at Beth El Congregation, in rai pAY, honor of the btrthdj, Block. Proceed, Aliyah and the and Farm School ,„ Rabbi Joseph R* guest speaker. ^UIIUiUlTAtlOlii NOW MNVC TAKEN HMtlHnUH^ Flagler-GroiMKia Jewish Community Ceiw 1 50 N.W.'Slst HACE, MIAMI NtWMAN S3 5898 ... MIAMI Call Evenings. ADELMAN 83 1420 FELDMAN-MO 7-0490 &f &f { / % AMOK A TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE .11 UIMI riMlH The Beth David Synagogue 2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Extends to its members and friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR We cordially invite you to attend Hioh Holy Day Services at our Synagogue DR. LOUIS I. KAPLAN and CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will conduct the Services assisted by the Beth David Choir AIR-CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE FOR YOUR COMFORT SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS NOW ON SALE DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE A well-known Cantor mill perform the services RESERVE YOUR SEATS 7 to 10 a.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. Moderately Priced l l t 44 Zamora Avenue Coral Gables NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS for HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES In Our Completely Air Condi Center Uniform Prayer Books edited by the United Syi distributed to all worshippers Skull Cops and Service Programs distributed to all worshippers Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz Cantor Rudolph Brill FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 4-6436 RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT FRIDAY and SATURDAY FROM 7 9 P.M. SUNDAY 10 1 P.M. HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS Israelite Center 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT! II you haven't done so, please make reservations immediately. Center Office open every morning 10 a.m. to 12 noon, and evenings 6 to 8 p.m., or call: JACOB SCHIFF-4-5119 JACOB BROWN-48-0713 OFFICE 48 6839 CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEI Cordially Invites TM TO Attend High Holy Day Services At Our Temple 320 PALERMO AVENUE, CORAL GABIES Conducted fey KAMI MORRIS A. SK0P mat CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON Assisted fey THE CORAL CARLES JEWISH CENTER CHOIR Air-Conditioned for Your Comfort For Information Pkose Cell 4*4073 For Information, Please Call 82-4795 BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION CORNER 40th ST. and PRAIRIE AVE. MIAMI BEACH announces dignified HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES R0SH HASHONA Tuesday morning, Sept. 28 Wednesday morning, Sept. 29 Y0M KIPPUR Thursday morning, Oct. 7 PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW PHONE 58-1251 4 ir Conditioned HELP YOUR CHILD TO GET THE RIGHT START IN HEBREW EDUCATION It is one of the most important things you can do for your child tHKOU YOUR CHILD IN TH[ BITH ISKAtl HEBREW SCHOOL NOW I Registration Daily 5 to 8 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 to 10 a.m. DR. IRVING MAKOVSRY, Chairman, Board at Education ^"^"''^"'''W^rfA.WW^.*^, The Synagogue with NO High Holiday Public Honey Appeals Torah Temple Miami Beach ANNOUNCES LOUIS CARTEN Osros EL!MI.\ CERNO! AMOl IATI I> NI *1 TOKMI Rfw LOI IS API CASSEI MA %  "HI MAJOR N.M poll A. K Ms Exia rivs Dim To %  D U T I F U L DIGNIf/ED, E A N I N F V 1 HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES HEBREW-ENGL.SH LITURGY l|CTUt|$ — inmHi N CNGUSR At the Beautiful, Spacious, Perfectly Air


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S EPTEMBER 10. 19 64 ^JmUkihrtWmti PAGE? Jonah Caplan in Miami utiv( board of Kneseth IcongreKation. welcomed Lj Sunday of its new spiriR a hbi Jonah E. Cap. r ot ban i>anamio. Tex. b5* r t I**" tUv „' from Yeshiva Univer[with I l>f Miami Jewish „ ,, ition from 1931 "apian <"" ,es to Kneseth agregaiion after serving Erection Rodfei Sholem itonic He established the fh Da) School there and [il such school in the State paplan previoualy served t ] leader "I Congregation \.i,,, i, Long Island, for During that period, he Men) ol the Long Island Uic Rabbifjfl) Council of I president "f the Long %  vision "f thg American inRri'— and a representaf e national administrative of the American Jewish also I jrstj president of Ksland Zionist Youth Comlaml al the time he left IY vice preuient of the Board of Rabbis, repre(ire than 500 reformed, %  ve and orthodox Rabbis lr Ne York, New Jersey L •.. %  nt. ^plini: the pulpit at KneRabbi Caplan empha|t the future of our repritage i> in the hands of even as the strength of tn is dependent upon a pell-informed youth." splan -luted that he plans fcr.d varied program of aclr young adulU here. I.'.til in Miami accompawife and children. Mayor Shapiro Puts Off Israel Tour Until Spring Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, returning from a brief va cation and business trip with Mrs. Shapiro to Milwaukee. Chicago and DPhiE Alumni to Meet several other mid-Western cities, I First meeting of the season for this week revealed that the good the Greater Miami Chapter Rev. ROM to Chant At Hebrew Academy residents who would visit several European capitals enroute to Israel for a sojourn of several weeks Nathan Ginsberg, chairman of the house and synagogue committees of the Hebrew Academy, this week announced that Rev. Akiva Ross, cantor, of Brooklyn NY. will conduct High Holiday services at I durm 8 tne Jewish autumnal Holy the Academy synagogue. Cantor Ross has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past four vears. He was cantor at the Wyona Miami Chapter of will tour to Israel he planned for DeUaPhi E ^T ^ni^iS"!? K will be on Monday. September 13, September has been postponed un-. 830 p m at the nome 0 f Mrs. til spring. Joseph Shapiro, 1520 West ave., Mr. and Mrs. Shapiro earlier anMiami Beat*. Plans for the comnounced they would assist in for-1 in vear win be d'**"** mation of a limited group of local \ Street Synagogue. Brooklyn, for 12 years. Prior to that, he was cantor of the Miller Avenue Synagogue, one of the largest congregations in Brooklyn, for more than 15 years. Days. The mayor said that the press of business has necessitated putting off the tour. rtubbi loeaaob E. RackovakY •45 Michigan Artnu* Miami Beach Oion* *. ia* ^ je Party od ol Congregation Beth (II hold a package party uclid ave.. on Wednesday loctober 13. 8 p.m. ItVr. Saizman To Otlieiate Temple Beth Sholom, of Lake Worth. Fla.. has completed plans I to worship during the High Holy I Days in the congregation's newly erected building, according to an announcement this week by Carl F. Altman. president. Joining in the announcement were William Arnold. L Rosenfeld and I) Greenberg, members of the religious committee. Rev. Joseph C. Saizman. who recently moved to Miami from Savannah. Ga„ will be spiritual leader at the services. Rev. Saizman served Congregation Agudath Achim in Savannah for eight years. Other activities of Temple Beth Sholom include participation in the Lake Worth Hebrew Benevolent | Association, under the leadership | of William Arnold and Lillian 1 Winkler. Beth Sholom Sisterhood To Hear Book Review Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will open the season with a membership tea on Wednesday, September 15, 12:30 p.m., in the Temple's banquet hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Sisterhood president. Featured attraction of the meeting wil! be a book review by Rabbi Leon Kronish, who will discuss Elmer Davis" book, "But We Were Born Free." Also featured will be a musical announcement of the events of the coming year, by Trixie Levin. 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PAGE 8 Frances Bloom Becomes Mrs Burton Lcvc>; In Akron Riles; Couple Will Uvc in Miami Tlu ta MU. liberal arts honorao Gwnma Alpha CM. advertu and Mrs. David Bloom, of Akron Mr. Levey's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levey, 1850 SW ICth ter.. Miami. Given in marriage by her father. the bride was attired in a nylon white satin tulle gown with Homeiominu past secretary. U 'The bride was ate • student senator and belonged to Sigma Lambda Phi, service sororit) Mr. Levej Is also a I M gradual an .| is now a -.'.nor In law S wnnc saiin IUIHs"jp'l IS ii"" %  %  "* %  •i appliques embroidered over ,, ( WM president ol the Muae _^_j i,i; n i.,,,-,!,.r.wl Iw ..i i.w., siit'nvi I psll'tli. Body ami Alpha Sigma Lps'lon Intertraternitj honorary, m add tion, he belonged to Omicrom D lu Kappa, hlghesl men's honorary, was a student senator, lav, sen ihi scooped neckline bordered b> satin flowers. Her tight bodice to a full skirt and chapel Irani • fingertip veil was formed from a crown of satin appliques on net trimmed with seed pearls The la] corsage was of white orch Is pinned to a white Bible. Matron Of honor was Mrs. Irving Bitnick. sister of the bride. Another -ister, Miss Ileen Bloom, acted I maid of honor. Bridesmaids ini led Miss Gloria Goodman. Miami Beach, sorority sister of the le, Miss Marlene Labinson, For. Hills. NY., also a sorority sisMrs. Walter Seidler. CleveI. (>.. cousin of the bride, and V.. Morton Kawaler. Miami, sister (i the groom Flower girls included Miss Diane nick, of Akron, niece of the bride, and Miss Wendy Butnick. of i • veland, cousin of the bride .moid Glantz. Ol Miami, fraterni; brother of the groom, served at Mrs. Levey's best man. Ushers e Saul Schiffman. Long Island. N.V.. Sheldon Seamon. also of Long Is!: ml. Robert lieinian. Brooklyn, \ "... the groom's fraternity brother Irving Botnick, Akron brother IW of the bride. Al Butnick. ( veland. cousin of the bride, and Alan Lupka, ol Westport. Conn friend of the groom reception followed the cere j at the Beth El social hall. I lowing a wedding trip to New Y k and the Laurel Country Club, school couple will he at home alter Mr Levej Was I September 8 at 1800 SW 22nd ave., i! law Epsilon Ph i m j the Dade I ount) Scl lat The newlvwecN met at the Cniterfraternitj Award versity of Miami. At the U of M. ing fraternit) man ol 1954 He •• Levej was treasurer <>f Nu was chairman ol Ihe i i ipa 'I. HI. hlghesl woman's honMiami Honor Council and ry; president of Alpha Upsilon her ol the Pep lub social fraternity; associate, For two years Mi Levej ha Sigma Cpsilon. inter-fratern w |th the tinted States An I honorary; and Bororitj editor ol n, ,. now a membei ol Ihe i I War Veterans and VVi N She was also a member ol Delta sonic Lodge Mrs. Burton levey representative and a i the Dean's Committee al i Mrs. Martin Rosmbero Judith Kdelman is Rosenberg's |;, H 1 Judith Edelman became ,,, Marvin S Rosenbei the Di Lido Hotel S I, n Kronish officiated Edelman, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Ham Edelman Euclid ave wore % %  '" lulle and chantilb lace over with sweethi eeves lace pep th skirl \ %  ura ol lai held her four lien d vet R .i and nylon Judith B %  \ %  l t -!, !• !. %  %  i M. %  \ %  • I hotel followe : Ihe cen \ %  Las Vegas ilifon nn Baj Harboi I : \hirilvn Joy Krensky in Informal WecMinff „ ,., informal pink and white ,„„„, wedding on Thursday. Sep,,, ml ,.. r2 .a. llam Mi^Manlyn .,,„ Krensky. daughter of Mr and Mrs ,„„. I Krensky. 4895 Deln ,r, a' e became the bride of II,i M B Smith, son erf Mr and loseph smith. 1490 Uneoln H ,i,ti Leon Kronish. of* Temple Beth Shdom. performed the douMl rmg ceremony, assisted by Canto, Samuel Kelemer. I ?1 .. ,„.,„ was Samuel S. Smith, r ol Ihe groom. Maid of hon ,„ was Judith Lynn Krensky. MStcr ol the bride, wlu.se engagement ,s being announced this week 1 he bride selected a stark white nylon tulle ballerina-length, offthe shoulder gown with inserts of .lique jewels on the bod.ee Her nn8 ertip French illusion WD was attached to a leweled crown. She ,.,.,, ,| ,, spraj of orchids on ber tion Bible. Ml smith presented his hncte strand of pearls and match,..,., Mr. and Mrs Nat u maternal giandoareati of the bride, flew in from Chicago for •' Mtll "' ; Ihe bride is a graduate of ftfi.,.;,, Beach High School, where she t,ve in school affairs. She is the '. niversity of Miami. he ia member of Alpha Delta frtshman women's ran and made the dean's she is now pledging Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority v sn i'h ia graduate of Miami High sdiooi lecelred his i cum lauile at Miami and is I On a ron Helta Kappa, net) Iron Arrow, pres\ Beta Epsilon. legal Ira \ |li.. EpsilOB Pi fraraiDAY -SE PTEMim,| We(lsH ;in ,. s I Groom is Att3 I Comment K.l„„ r „, J j Uw Quartern hfls I'H | serving as ecretart T I League of Miami Br-"J. is a Mason ** I After a wedding .home, the couple f|p W JT | City and |„ flro^-T ihoneytnan. !>,„ he p [Will make their horn*-, mandy dr Miami Bf-. Mri. Harry I. A< lei mans on Cuban 'lour After Wedding "ir and Mrs. S. Howard Adelman on a wedding trip to Cuba [oling their marriage Saturday in i al Gables Jewish (enter Rabbi M nA Skop performed the 8:30 ; ceremony. The bride is thp former Renee toss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I iA Ross, 1642 SW 2ist st. Mr A %  Iman's parents are Mr. and part) were Al* in Ross I Jennifer Ri •and rini I* Leonard The bride's gown wa ered nj Ion lulle She won a n ill h ing headpiece attached lo an elbow length veil and earned ., I ouquet of white i lered uith an orchid Her attendants were gowned in trench blue and carried i u n it ions and orchids The flower girl yellow and scattered rose petals from a basket with yellow and white streamers A reception al the center fi ed the cen monj The bride attended schools in New York and majored in art She is active in the (oral Gables Young Adult Group. The bridegroom s.-r\ ed two years in the Navj uated in law from the University of Miami. Joanne's Troth Told l'>\ Wcintraubs Mr and MrJi North di %  %  the ei %  ni their daugl %  Mile s Si h apik. -mi ol Di Mr Daniel l> Schlapil 11 ^^i Mrs. S. Howard Addition Mrs. Philip E. Adelman, 20 SW 54. h ave. The bride's sister-in-law. Mrs. Al in Ross, was matron of honor. Miss Muriel Schoenberg was maid < i honor. Lawrence Roseman was be-t man. Others in the wedding PERSONALLY SPEAK I N (i Mr and Mrs. William Bornstein of 871 North Venetian dr cele brated their 41st wedding annivei sary on Saturday evening with a dinner at the Shelborne Hotel •tr a Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Friedland, of Ft. Campbell, Ky.. announce the birth of their daughter, Beth Rena, on July 23. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Denmark Miami Beach. Paternal grandfather is J. G. Friedland, of Maitland Fla. •tfr Mr. and Mrs. Henry S (.recn baum celebrated their 25th wed ding anniversary on September 7 Krensky, (icrar Betrothal Raj Mr and Mrs Louulj 49.*>5 I %  .if. al engagenuir I their i dith L) nn I Th.>m HH ard. ol Mian IWach. and Mrs Theo. Lit* rago. Ill ,: i* i Miami Be.i h Hun SrWl tended Sophie Neaoaf 1 '^f^" "'" '•••• r.i.f„,a Th, hruleel.,,. ., rulli ami. Law School H. A December wedd.ng ,s pU m ,, In I.lit" Miss Ovrofkr Hihmmm Dorothy Irishman's Ik-lrolhal to Merton Minsky Revealed Mr and Mi. j Martin Fishman, llardee rd (oral Gables, an%  Ihe engagement of their ter Doroth) Sandra, to Merlon n Minsk) son of Mr and Mrs. David Muuky, West Bridgewater. M MiFishman, a graduate of Boaton I niversity •, Sargent College ol Physical ilocation, was president of i|,n,.| there. She is now leaching al West Miami Junior High School Mu waactive in Girl Scout actiwtie. in Dude County and is hiai the Clara Hirsrh Landau hapter ol B'nai B'nth Mr Minsk) received his degree 1 hemiatr) from TufU College, Medford Mm Hi, fraternity is Alpha Kpsilon Pi He is president '•' King Leather Products. Brock 'on. M* He u a member of the American Leather ctwmista Association and 'serving on the associate board "f directors of the VMHA and the r.mpie Israel Brotherhood In Brockton Mill !•*•* tNew Orleans. U.-jj member of A CapealJ s now a senior at %  "'J. Miami. maj'Tint J" "J memrx-r ol Alpha ^ soront) J Mr Gerard rewwjy or's degn-e in."2Ta ing „ th e LB^Jj and graduated *Tjl eeived his Maten^J| 1C „t the t"i" also cum laude He is a mrnotf] Miami Bea* merre l"^ bW €(| tM and Veteran' For the P ,n e been president ot dWooing CJ The cuple r* married Octobrt Beach. Fla



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SEPTEMBER 10. 1954 +Jurist Fkrkllan Barbara Pallot and Howard ifelzen i Lewis Bernstein assaU Honc y | W "; Continu e Studies j Wed in Double King Cereinonv PAGE 9 double ring ceremony on L soplembcr 5, 11:30 a.m., f. n > Hotel, Miss Barbara ',' Pallot. daughter of Mr. [,,.uis E. Pallot. 5O70 Al,,,,iMir the bride of How LCatzcn, son of Mr. and Mrs. [Katzen, 1543 Michigan ave •on Kronish officiated. of the entire wedding :.],„ %  and white. man was Gerald Miller. Here Helvin Katzen, couhe groom, Norton S. Pallot jl, maid Pallot, brothers of H, and Fred Singer. (Norton S. Pallot. sister-in|he bride, and Mrs. S. Ronpt, also vivter-in-law of the Here matrons of honor. Fmai'lwere s>ylvia Perli .in of the bride. Iris [and Rhoda Berman. Rhoda and Judy Solloway, cou(the brirlo. were in charge %  nest book. Uendants wore hallerinaicr blue hued empire with demi jackets, skirts and carried boulilur and white flowers, r; le elected a gown of imfrwcled low knot lace patbMrri bodice with scalloped Br! neckline, long point to eeves and bouffant skirt Chanting tiers of misty nyI he jeweled lace motifs. he front and back studded lull train. She carried rchids on a Bible. the bride and groom are if Miami Beach High I MrKatzen attended the ui Alabama and is now Mrs. Howard M. Kalien Naomi Hadassah to Open Fall Season Ihiversit) of Miami. She is in Alpha Kpsilon Phi Naomi Group of Hadauah is activating its fall naaoil with a membership and reenrollment tea OB the Alc.i/ar Roof Garden on Monday evening. September 13. at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Arthur Hershbeilf, member ship chairman, this week invited a member of Pi yung married women from all secI'hi fraternity and is al.soj U ons f Greater Miami to attend. the University of Miami. | Mrs William Lee, liee president flew to Nassau for their of the Greater Miami Chapter of n and upon their return Hadassah, and coordination coI 1543 Michigan ave. chairman Mrs Irwin Liss will be I continue their education j honored guests of the evening. in charge of the program are (I Mrs John Lamb, of Los j Mrs. Mot* Cohen and Mrs. Martin sister and brother-in-law Felder. nom, flew in for the wed-, ELDERLY WIDOW health, would like to share with congenial woman. -t location. Ph. 14-9131 details. Simon Seiden Back Simon Seiden. director of Jewish on the Air. is back again on his full schedule from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., over station WAIIK. In a double ring candlelight ceremony on September 5, 2:15 p.m., at the Shelborne Hotel, Miss Judy Lewis, daughter of Mrs. Charles Stanley, 735 West 40th st., Miami Beach, and Joel Lewis, of 'VVoodmere. Long Island, NY., became the bride of Joe Bernstein, Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bernstein, 5851 North Bay rd. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple EmanuEl. officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The decor of the entire wedding was pink and white. Best man was Joe Bernstein, Sr. Maid of honor was Mary E. Bernstein, slater of the groom. Ushers included Lawrence Cohen, of Greensboro, M.C., and Richard Backer, of Winston Salem, N.C. The bride selected a waltz-length gown designed in white nylon tulle | and imported chantilly lace. Her off-the shoulder neckline was created with the lace and blended down into a long dropped waistline, where hand-clipped lace was appliqued to the large bouffant skirt. The tiara was designed of the same imported lace and hand beaded with imported jewels to blend with the neckline of the gown. The gown was custom designed for the bride by Lloyd Richard, of The House of Lloyd. For something borrowed. Miss Helen I. Degutz lent the bride her confirmation Bible which was covered with white orchids and stephanotis. Her only piece of jewelry was a strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, where she was active in all school events. She attended the University of Florida and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority Mr. Bernstein is also a graduate of Miami Beach High School and is an alumnus of the University of Miami, where he joined Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He is presentlyserving in the U.S. Army at Camp Gordon. C.a. The couple are planning to honeymoon in Florida. They will make their home in Augusta, Ga. tone Al Gluck. Mr Gluck, who has appeared at benefit performances for many civic organizations in Miami and Miami Beach, featured "I'll Be Seeing You" in tribute to Mrs. Gray, as well as "Auf Weiderse!m," "Come Back to Sorrento" and "Till the End of Time." At the conclusion of the evening's festivities, Mrs. Casten presented Mrs. Gray with a gift in behalf of herself and her co-hostesses. Animore Mri. Jot Bernstein Mrs. Gray Honored At Surprise Party Tenants in the El Vanala apartment building at 1121 Pennsylvania aye.. Miami Beach, united in a farewell party honoring Mrs. Minnie Gray, Tuesday evening. August 31. Mrs. Gray, long an active syna! gogue and women's club member | throughout the Miami Beach area, recently celebrated her 73rd birthIday. Known for her prolific letter writing and thoughtful birthday and anniversary remembrances by a host of friends throughout the country, she daily devotes many hours to this hobby. Her mailing j list numbers several hundred friends. Mrs. Tillie Casten was hostess at 'the party supper in her apartment. | following which the many guests I gathered in the patio for singing and entertainment. ^, Co-hostesses for the event were i the Mesdames Lena Epstein, Ber1 tha Storch. Ada Denon, Anna Arn' old, Ida Wortman. Anna Hurris and Rose Austrian, all neighbors. An added feature of the evening was the presence of young bariSAM HIRSCH presents RUTH CHATTERT0N in the hilarious comedy hit "OLD ACQUAINTANCE" By JOHN VAN DRUTEN with a Broadway Cast Opening Tues., Sept. 14 2 wetks only Nightly (except Mon.i 8:30 MATINEES SAT. and SUN. Box Office Open 10-10 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 7-1842 or 89-9755 l.vim i.ss i M : :.o tai |ne. Air Conditioned BILTMORE PLAYHOUSE 151 N.E. 40th ST. MIAMI Cloiinf. 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PAGE 10 J*lo motioi rad'o broadctjn'T test! Question. 4—That no motion picture vision or radio permitted while a witnr •ss u Uoes "so that the essential procI of detecting subversion does not nesa of procedurehe •***>*•* Zwm£l 'of "Its power, and that the lead to the enduring injury of investlgsting the behavior oi his leiexereW which define the | iwcr. and tl ,. .dthough ve-ted fying. Such publicity. J ud g* J* said, has tempted w.tnesL *2 even Congressmen to p| j ft '!? public spotlight so that „,,* hearings have appeared to ben*! spectacles rather than -erioT? tempts to ascertain fact, 5—That individual guilt or i** cenee—or the meting out ol p£ permitted to function with fewer < ishment—should not concern'a B than two member-, present, prefer-1 vestigating committee except ,bh representing both major pollj report possible violations of si Inu 1 I,. I ha. nrnriA, I %  -it ardent supporters of such in respect to individual guilt or in ries through adoption and purnocence. This t of unfair procedures which the .nd and commendable legislative poses of investigation neither uire nor justify." '."he remedy, he said, is a mat' for Congress alone to prescribe ause constitutionally there are the should be permitted hi become, their function But it has become "notorious!) known." he added, "that among the unfair and unjust consequences of the conduct of some committees, not a few innocent persons have provisions or legal restraints on been charged with subversive activprocedure of Congressional ity by accusatory witnesses who -imittecs. have been heard at length But the The problem then rests square accused either have not been af h on the shoulders of the Conforded an opportunity to be heard frets itself." Judge Rose said. in defense or, if given that oppor Palestine was formed m Miami to le told the subcommittee that (unity, are offered it so belatedly aH | ,„ the development of a homerinhere of Congress, beyond their that stigma stains the reputalan(J for {hl j ( u < sic role as law-makers, are "retion of the accused, and the public --. red to comport themselves as mood, lashed by the times in which f inspire respect for the laws for we live, impoverishes his rente here whose objectives are the .e\ ich they exact compliance from dies" habitation and training of new the people. Fairness of treatment The problem of 'self-discipline" settlers and youths for a produced anils of the government is is not unique with Congress. Judge jive life in Israel." according to xiheart of the due process of law Rose testified. Theoretically, he |f n Isaac Pushkin, president i isrz ass? zx %  ;;. --.ny, -^n^s ^X W SKS letSKomm.ttee and te'SiTmttbii to witness and riK hts." Judge Hose ,,„ r |^ n I.',, n tion League ,.r, ... those whose repu tat.ons have Q, unique society the State m —— I not permit its legitimate concent Rabbi Hurwitz to Be Welcomed at Zamora Affair arrangements have been comp*< ted by the officers and board of : ectors of Zamora Jewish Center for a reception-to honor the C %  nter's new spiritual leader, Rab*i B. Leon Hurwitz. and Mrs. Hur/ on Sunday evening. Septem12, at 8:30 p.m.. in the congregation's newly air conditioned 1 ilding. 44 Zamora ave Coral •toe. This day has been chosen bec. .se of its significance to the Jewpeople. Abe Ifaloff. president. lained. "All over the nation. < ebrations will be held comment'.ting 300 yean of American J. .T) Invitations have been extended ', the Rabbinate in the Greater School Program to ..mi area, as well as to the clergy I other civic and community lei ders. Miami Pioneer Women's Organizations Plan Local Efforts as Season Opens Sixteen years ago, theiiM local the season's activities of the four Pioneer Women's Organization for '""' Spiers Club I Mrs Louis Beckerman. president ol Club 1. announces the opening, meeting will be on September 16. Today there are (our chapterThursday evening. 8 p.m.. at Knes| seth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid ave. Club II Club II will hold its opening f meeting at Kneseth Israel < ongrethe Greater Miami Council ol I'u. gation auditorium on Monday eveneer Women's Organizations | ning. September 13, 8 p.m. Mrs "Pioneer Women is not a philan \ Bernard Powell, president, will thropic organisation bul one that present plans for the coming winfor security to destroy the rights and privileges of individual citizens, for when the individual ^. fers needlessly, democracy languishes. It is both desirable aid | feasible that a balance be struct between the two." he said. ftafcki I. lean Mvrwiti holds firmly to the idea that Labor Zionism is a constructive in vestment for the new State of Is! rael. the bulwark of democracy in the Middle Bast," she explained September marks the opening of Southern Section Welfare Board Plans Convention "The Jewish Community Onreet the Tercentenary ol the American Jewish Community." will be the theme of the ninth annual convention of the Southern Sec tion-JWB, which will be held on Saturda) through Monday. November 6 to 8. in Houston. Tex at ter activities Golds Meyer ion Club Gold! Meyerson Club will serve refreshments at its opening meeting to be held at Beth El Congregation. 500 SW 17th ave.. Tuesday evening. September 14. 8 p.m.. Mrs. Ethel Shore, cultural chairman, will present a program with Mrs. Miriam Halperin and Mrs. Rose riiss Kadimah Chapter This group keynoted its opening meeting Thursday evening, at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 SW 12th ave. with Mr. I Seymour B Liehman. member Of the national executive of the ZionI i-t organization of America and a i member oi the Board of Governor! Ol Bonds lor Israel, acting as guest -pe.iker His topic was "Thcodor the Shamrock Hotel and newly con structed Jewish Communjt) Cen tferzl -Father' of "zioounn. ,: ter Mrs ( ele Segal and Mrs Sol Of the Braun announce that plans are major complete for a luncheon-card parinstitute itReligious School procommunity in the 11 Southern Open at Beth David Beth David Hebrew School will Section, reports that even The reception will take place in t main building, and after the8 ram fr m ,he ,mrd 6 rade up with states, between Florida and Texas, I gram, refreshmentwill be ,pn Masses offering courses in He is expected to he represented at t< ved in the newly completed brew li,n uage. customs aad cen the meeting Among matters dis1 Hip Catsman Hall.' i monies and history, according to cussed will be the organization. Plans and arrangements were an an !" ""cement this week operation and administration of ier the supervision of Mr Ma-1 Registration wi continue Sun-1 Jewish Community Centers, during i. assisted bv Dr Sidney Moss d ay September 12. from 10 a m to lhe American Jewish Tercenten.gram chairman, and the MesJ 2 noon, throughout the week. Forar > tj sponsored by Kadimah Chapter Dr. Walter Borenstein has just received the PhD degree in Spanish from the University of Illinois. He is pictured with hia wife. Audrey, who was granted a Masters degree in Sociology at the same time. Native Miamians, they are the son and daughter-inlaw of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Borenstein. 2426 NE 2nd ave. Beth Emeth Congregation Hal Sunday School Registration Sunday School registration I* Beth Emeth Congregation is beiej held daily from 8 to 10 p.m. cording to an announcement tsJJ on Wednesday. September 15. 12:301 week. School sessions held at Ties B. H. Chesman. Sidney Moss. nuel Altman. Benjamin Fried. n. S. Wm. Locket and Mr. Al liner. mal classes will begin on September 13. National speakers and a dramatic production specially written for the Tercentenarv. will high-light Registration for Sunday School will again take pktce on Sunday convention In addition to open morning The Sundav School offers !"f! et ng f' ,he c,,nl, 'rence agenda a 12-year program of stud\. rany w "' lnc,u workshoppanel (Using from Kindergarten to ConfirmJJ ,swonB clinics and demonstra ation. """" n topics which are of direct %  ru i ii concern to Centers Armed Bu lhe double session program Dro ;_ rn "" !" r% of vides .or the correlation o, exu., S^ff"*"? ^JV M U>< Shaloma Group of HsMtaBSnb curncular activities during Vchool y. I be held on Monday. September hours, including arts and crafts, Shaloma Hadassah Has Officer Installation Annual installation luncheon II at noon, in the Pagoda Room mU sic. dramatics, dancing and athletics the Saxony Hotel. Installation ceremonies will be I low ed '•>; a musical program. dergsfttnpro^mTatoeveilsWe ..Samuel Sakrais pres.dent of ,| Beth Klv „, { h Greater Ham, chapter, will be by trained toadlen.^ccor(IIngto V tailing officer. JePome (1 Gordon education dm,. •Irs. Max Gratz and Mrs Harry tor Children 3. 4 and 5 years ol munities in the Southern area Kaplan and Mrs. Milton Sirkin president of the Greater Miami Jewish Communit] Center, anes Peeted to announce the name, of Daily Nursery School and. Kinthe M ,„ ; „ delegation shorth / toff are chairmen for the day i I have been accepting reserva t ns. Jfficers to be installed are the JVodames Nat Waldman. presii t; Martin Goldstein. David FurI n and Joseph Lateiner, vice } Udents; Abraham Nathan, hont ry vice president; Maurice Covr recording secretary; Abraham P. bin, corresponding secretary; r rence Berkowitz. financial secT''.try.: Herman Popkin. treasurer; a I Milton Sirkin. parliamentarian. age, are eligible to attend Gables Women Launch Membership Drive • 'oral Gabies Chapter ol B'nal Bnth Women will launch its „„.,„ bership drive with s brunch at the home of Mrs Bernard Goodman 4" p.m., at the Canton Restaurant, 809 SW 8th st Proceeds will go for Moetzet Hapoaloth. the Israeli counterpart of the American Pioneer Women. Greater Miami Council Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations will meet at Bettys Restaurant. 1414 Biscayne blvd.. Tuesday. September 21. 11:30 am for their monthly luncheon meeting." 12201 NW 7th ave.. begin on Seetember 12. Mrs. Lynn Woods, of 1015 NW 128th ter is in charge ol information. Also announced is the sal* << tickets for the High Holidays Stt* ley Clatter, of 1100 NW 128th a. in charge of information, reaw that Rabbi M. J. Freedman conduct services. >od of Coral Gables JewBu > H,, "n dr. on Tnsadai • will hold its first meetSnaT-s^ T *" 5" Nl Sisterhood Opens Season Sisterhoc ish Center ing of the season on Tuesday. Sepj mVmhersh.p'Tnnounc tember 14, 8:15 p.m.. at the Cen s 'd Biegel is in charge of reserva ter. Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld. presi ; ,ons dent, will introduce new commit-1 hTh k c gr nup wi als have a me mUzar, 3170 SW 4th *t. activities. mar Weaving is one of the popular course* offered in one ojP^ neer Woman's vocational training schools at Hadeia. W* This training aids in rehabilUation and tends to give *• dent and newcomer aiirmer grasp on eventual security



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nuD* Y SEPTEMBER 10. 1954 +Jewls$t fhrkMrm PAGE 11 UN Head Hit o&AYab'Stateinmt By ARTHUR L1WIS JTA I'NrTFD NATIONS—In his an Lil report, the Secretary General ufmaflr %  Element about Palesi,„. which has caused a number of Lomat.c -v.-brows to be raised. \Z declaration that "the time is „,i vet rip* for a peace settlement KL lwf en Ihe Arab States and Israel' i-regarded as extraordinary a n d that is the kindest comment heard around here. This was n<>t some sort of FreuBarry Kafea Barry Kutun to Be Bar Mitzvah Barry Kutun. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Kutun. 5980 North Bayshore dr. Miami, will became Bar Mitzvah during Friday evening servi icti of Tifereth Urael Northside Center. Rabhi A llcrson, spiritual leadir will officiate. Following the ceremony, the Kutuns will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. At the Saturday morning service Ihe B.ir Mitzvah will read the traditional Haftorah and deliver an address. Kiddush will follow. Barry a a student at Miami Edison Junior High School and received his religioua education at Til.nth Urael. dian slip included by mischance in the annual report which is to be considered by the Ninth General Assembly when it meets here at the end of September. Mr. Dag Hammar.skjold is quite categoric, for he says "I feel that it should be recognized" as such. As one Western delegate said here, the Secretary General's state ment may be accurate, but it is certainly not politic. What it does is to give comfort to the Arab intransigeants and let them know that they need not worry about their refusal to meet or negotiate with the Israelis. In the opinion of many people here, it was an unwise utterance by the impartial head of an international organization. Further along in his remarks on the Palestine situation, Mr. Ham marskjold says that "it is the duty of the countries concerned to put an end to actions of reprisal which, in a sinister series of attacks and counterattacks, have cost many innocent lives and have embittered the relations between the peoples of the region." He makes no mention of the original action which was the cause of the reprisals. Of course, this may be just an error but it does make it appear as if the Secretary General were more concerned over the reaction to aggression rather than to the aggression itself. Aside from these two faults, however, the report on a whole is generally praised here as providfully preserve the right of a Mem'.o a bearing under the Rebekah Lodge Meets Beginning Tuesday, September 14 Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9 ter^iatlbn to Charter." In another part of the report, Mr. Hammarskjold says that memw,u sUrt lts metings at 8 p.m. and ng a new approach on many sub-1 ber governments have equal rights' convene evcr y second and fount Jects. Mr. Hammarskjold does not and adds that the "United Nations Tuesdays of each month at their shrink from expressing his view on must oppose any policy in accord-, new location, American Legion ance with those principles, not in a **• 1828 Alton rd spirit of partiality but as an ex"• which was raised so sharply by the; pression of loyalty to the Char District Represented Guatemalan fighting and the American demand that this be referred to the Organization of American States. While saying "that the importance of regional arrangements ii fully recognized in the Charter ami the aprr>priate use of such ar rangements is encouraged," th Secretary General nevertheless makes it clear that the United Nations has the ultimate respon sibility. Furthermore, he says that "a policy giving full scope to the proper role of regional agencies can and should at the same time te ^u e r. At the recent Zionist Convent*, n The Secretary General contin, l( the southeastern Region held in lies: The attitude proper to the Jackso nville. the Coral Gables Zionist district was represented bj Morris Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Are Hurewitz and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kravitz. United Nations is thus not one of neutrality but one of active efforts to further its most fundamental purposes." Such sentiments please the Israeli delegates here for they bear out their contention about Article \ Kisner to be Honored 35 (2) of the Charter and that Jor-1 Louis Kisner, new director of dan put itself in the wrong by re-1 education at the Coral Gables Je. fusing to accept the obligations of ish Center, will be honored goring pacific settlement contained in this a reception of the PTA on Sunda... article during the Security CounSeptember 12, 8 p.m., 320 Palerir..,. cil meetings recently. I Coral Gables. See or Phene Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 4-9981 lift INSURANCE NffOS Metropolitan life Insurance Co. W Biscoyne Bid,., 19 W. Fl.ltr \-w Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program t'try today, WMIM, 12 to t p.m. TkU program It MM first Uikii tt largest listening swa l — f Rabbi Louis Ari Cassel (elft) turns over to his brother. Rabbi Abraham Cassel, a sacred Torah which the Rabbi brought by plane all the way from Israel. 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PAGE 12 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Subject of his fcrmoR is: 'The Bible and the Sword — War and Love Thy Neighbor." Mlncha is at 6 p.m Regular morning services are scheduled for 7 a.m. Sunday jerv ices will be at 8 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Choir members will be presented with gifts. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate, with Cantor Ifordechai Haalman rendering the musical portions of the liturgy An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the Weekly Portion. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the theme: "Fall of a Titan."' Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. tt 9 <* NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening servIces at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preaching on the third in a series of lee tures dealing with "Jews in the American Colonies." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy. asM-ted by the choir under the direction of Lucille Moore. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi Okolica will discuss the Weekly Portion. Sunday services are at 9 a.m. Daily services will be held 7:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday mornins services are at 8:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan officiating. Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A reception honoring Rabbi Caplan and his family will follow. The Rabbi will conduct a class for adults at 4:45 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Mr. and Mrs I Eisenstein will be hosts Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m.. when Rabbi Joseph N'arot will officiate and di* cuss: "Can We Make War More Humane." Henry 1) Williams, .lr son ot Mr and MrHnirv l> Wil liani*. will become Bar Mitzvafa CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morri will deliver the first in a series <>i three sermons on the theme "Choosing What is Worthwhile in Life." Saturday morning services are at 9:45 a.m. when William, son of Mr. and Mrs Andrew Weiss 23S San!illane. Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah. He will interpret i he Weeklj Portion Kiddush will follow, with Mr and Mrs Weiss serving ahosts in honor of their son. • BETH TFILAH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening services al t> p.m. Saturdaj morning services are at 8:30 am Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and preach on the Weeklj Portion. Class in "Ethics of Our Fathers ,s scheduled for 5 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed b) Shalos Seudos and Maariv DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services al 630 pin Saturdaj morning sen ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi An. i Becker will officiate an.I preach on the Weeklj Portion ( lass in Bible ial 9 90 p.m followed I) Mincha at 6:30 p.m Shalos Seudos will conclude the Sabbath obsen ance, with Mr and Mrs Joseph Schwartz acting as hosts BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening servi 6:15 p m Saturday morning sen ices are at 9 i m Michael, son ol Mr. and Mr~ Albert Rosenthal. will become Bar MitZVah Th< enthals will sponsor floral offer ings Sundaj services are al m Daily services will be held al 7.30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. REGULAR HOME SERVICE Reg u in.visits to yojr home are the bett-r and mo'e economical way DRYWOOD TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TINT METHOD Straight 5-Year Guarantee on Dry wood or Subterranean Termites MIAMI — §41 Biscaynt Blvd. 82-6441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 SliNRAl KAkk HEALTH RESORT Horn5*N'TAH.II ''IU COKVA11 4TIIK1 .•-. o> CO.n MIAMI fLCRlOA ot f II 1. & preach OU >heWeekb Portua &"'• *>'"' Brummer ^,ftnWhemu4a. portions theiiturgj Robert, son rt Mr *j Mrg Abe Podvin will become Ba chapel at 8 a m and 8 30 P m FRIDAY. SEPTTMurt, Saturday at 0 a n conducted BET H ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold r'ndaj '• senicft al i : morning services are Class in Perek us ii Eisenberg it 5:30 p.m Mln C ha is al 8 13 p.m followed '<> Shi Seudos Dailj servic ,,i T ;III .i m and 7 p m FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Pridaj evening services a B pm u th i. Leo Heim official %  the muMcal P Dream." Dr. Jacob Rosenthal will serve Kiddush in honor ol Mrs Celia Schenker. Mincha iat ti p.m.. followed by Salos Seudos Rabbi Ever will discuss the Weeklj Portion. Daily services are al 8 DO am and 6:30 p.m Sundav services are scheduled for 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj evening services at 6 15 p.m. Saturday mornini! services are at 830 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: "Disobedient Children." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the rjiu.sical portions ol the liturgy Class in Mishna is scheduled for 5:15 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Sell do.s. Dailj services are at 7 30 a in and 6:15 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6.15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavskj will officiate and discuss the Week ly Portion. Cantor Samuel SalkOW will render the musical portions ol the liturgy. Mincha is at 6 15 p.m. followed by ShaloSeudos. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will I hold services Friday at 6 20 pm Rabbi B. Leon HurwiU will ciate. assisted by Rev Rudolf F Brill Services will begin at 9 am. Saturdaj Rabbi HurwiU will speak on the Portion ol the Law • • a TEMPLE EMANU-EL wfll hold Fridaj evening services at 6 pm Saturdaj mornii at fl a m Rabbi Irving Lehrman will NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Sunset senices on Pridaj evening at 6:30 p.m urdaj morning services will begin ; ,t 9 a m with Rabbi Mayer Ab ramowiti officiating The Rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Law Dailj services are even morning al 7 43 a m and <> 30 pm Prof. Bavley Honored Prol Hillel Bavlej was honored Thursdaj evening at a reception held ill Temple Knialiu El bj th. A reai hi rs Association of Greater Miami Prol Bavley, ol the Jewish Theological Seminar) of America, is an active contributor t<> Ihe Hebrew publication, "Hadoar." and a recognized authority on Hebrew literature. M'ami Convalescent Homo LEO ALLEN. Director J35 i.V*. 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MY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1954 trael Put on Spot Sew Near East Rioting -Jewls§>ik>r**>%*7 PAGE 13 mo-i C C -inoed from Pae 1 I ( trachoma in, an early t c. wfff admitted/• More! ces-inj*.. camp* were set; i nt ., "•farti 1 ''African cities, L -ick were cured prior L e for Israel. Physicians L l-rarl Health Ministry were I help in the processing, inctor-ueneral, return om a (our of North African ters a few weeks ago. At |tirr<. Tunisia was in a turpr. %  to M. Mendes-France's rmt I "I the country's intern lu[ Dr Btesh found no antiII Mlity anywhere; but he -. instead of the usual 5( -i 60 applicants for emilon'" iM'ael. the numbers had t. lictween 200 and 300. !•• Tunisian political settleannounced, numbers r in considerably. These lull well how fast the c;.change, how quiet indil be turned into howling Matter of seconds, vi rj wealthy five percent of wish population, those part of the means for t and sick 40 percent west rung of the ladder, • emigrate to Israel, Dr. ;nd; considering them} -< nrh citizens, they would blj i migrate to France, once :i becomes unbearable rr. in North Africa. The midi-mainly people with acaning, merchants and servants, would not r But the remaining runt of skilled laborers, workers, farmers and iand the mass of those te in the slums — they are the ones who throng the Jewish Agency's application centers. They are all too poor to pay even part of rlpeir fares. But the question of the after gency transfer" of thensand! cannot go to Lsrael is now being discussed by the Coordinating Committee on Immigration, consisting of Government and Jewish Agency authorities. West Miami Plans Social To Welcome New Members Reservations are still being made for seats for the High Holidays, and officers are in attendance every evening between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. to reserve seats and register students for Hebrew School, Sunday School and Kindergarten at West Miami Jewish Center, according to word this wee!. A dance and social will be held on Saturday night for the purpose of welcoming new and prospective members. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader, Morris Marlin, president, and all officers will be present to discuss matters and give information. Music will be provided by Sammy Lane and his orchestra. Services Scheduled Plans have been completed and I tickets are now on sale for High I Holiday services at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, it has | been announced this week by II M. Drewich, president. Rabbi Simon I April, spiritual leader, will offi ciate. with Cantor Berele Kelemer j rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Students of the Religious School will assist in the choir. id.in Sees New Einstein Bock As Indictment Against Education Continued f r+m Page % -peciali/ed knowledge—more closely resembles srwHl trained .. harmoniously developed person." < -.sential motivation for thV -phtlostiAier-physicist "must be Beauty in the highest Graeco Keatwan sense, and U is here r.nislein's anti-materialism assumes valid fftrm.' As T see it, r worth of "Ideas and Opinions" lief -"precisely in that, the ;i~ false the artificial schism in reasoning fostered by mod•ive processes. The book thus serves To destroy a pre-deter(I illogical attitude toward science and the scientist by setthe methodology of a man who pfttbaffiy ranks among the valted intellects in the histbry of human civilization In that Kinstein emerges totally unlike his many contemporaries— t for whom Locke and Hume are as important as the knowl11 hematics. : -tein would be the first to deny this characterization of him i cult of individuals is always, in my view, unjustified.'' be the very beginning of his book, subsequently adding. "Whotakes to set himself up as Judge in the field of Truth and is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods." But Dr. philosophic accomplishment speaks for itself; his feelings >rm Guest i room, sod puWic ipece hart ba haodoely redecorated MM! evesythiat's %  but the rate*. They reauua %  ibr.li, low, making the McAlpta New York's greatest hotel value. $4.50 single, 7.00 -•wbla 1)00 newly redecorated roornt with be* aad r*jv Many room* with TV. a.—rfwyet Mm • I Wt tnm fe* •• &f •• ,n4 ft.*e -*• •**—* NIW TOIK Miss ffvfh Chafferfen Hebrew High School Slates Registration Hebrew High school of Greater Miami is now registering qualified students for the coming year, according to Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. Ratner declared this week that the Hebrew High School "offers the adolescent a mature ap proach towards Jewish life by means of a deeper understanding of our heritage and creates a further step toward future leadership in the Jewish community." The Hebrew High School, according to Mrs. Ratner. will accept children who are graduates of a Hebrew school or have at least an equivalent knowledge thereof. The school registers graduates from the various congregations of Miami and Miami Beach, with branches in these two areas. The Beach branch meets at Temple Emanu-El, 17th st. and James ave., and the Miami branch meets at the Bureau of Jewish Education. 135 NW 3rd ave. Classes meet from two to three times weekly after public school hours. The school is under the direction of Herbert Berger, director of extension activities of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and the faculty also includes Fred Barad. 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=AGE 14 '• •i Letters To The Editor Editor, The Jewish Floridian: wuh The Rabbinical Assoc.ation of Greater Miami greets the Jeu.-n c ununity upon the advent of the High Holy Day season This the time when every Jew prepares to appear before the Creator. It is the Jime when the Synagogue. Center and Temple call t-.erv Jewish heart to prayer and communion with God. The Rabbinical Association urges all Jews to affiliate IbMMrtvei With a local congregation, so that the linkage of every Jew with our faith may be a permanent one. We protest against the fly-by-night mushroom synagogues which threaten to plague our community. Servicearranged by private in.li viduab for this period of the year are only a misuse of public funds ar.d a challenge to the dignity of our faith. Mushroom svnagogues do not represent their worshippers in the community, nor do they render religious service during the year. TOO) ., hindrance to Jewish religious achievements. We plead with those planning to create mushroom synagogues not to destrov established Jewish institutions which render great service to all types of Jews, and not to divert the funds and affiliation of Jews their private enterprise, from bonafide Jewish congregations which : k forward to this time of the year for the life blood and financial t„.-tenance of their organizations. We urge everv Jew to make early arrangements and obtain re-er vatioai for attendance to established religious congregationonly. Help strengthen the unity, dignity and activity of our faith through the support of an accredited synagogue, center or temple in our local community. The Rabbinical Association hopes that the prayers of united Israel will be accepted by God and that He will grant us a happy, healthy New Year. RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI Rabbi Simon April. President Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Secretary LEGAL NOTICE Ki>-i.ri: .\ (1 w-> V C F 0 L S R NV D V A ,^CHSS& r vN... ,7*0, Mini >:' N l' 1 -"""" Academy Wmn Mark Dedicated to Jewish Education Month, the Hebrew Academy Women presented a special program 2JS "Back to Cheder" at their first meeting in the Prince Mich, ael Hotel on Wednesday Mrs Genhoa Miller, dramatics llir( ,„r "i the Hebrew Academy, FRIDAY, SPTEMB ERft ^ Program lor Education discussed cheder days j n & %  „_. Mrs. Sidney Rubino*,tPj*dent, heard reports rende~ST committee chairmen and rev,,* that —rmen and rty. ,!" rd ,?" r ? y is ^hedohTj 4 that a card party j, ^hwtauJ take place in the t ,, r .,i n~Z the Kitt Plaza Hotel on w!? day evening, September 15. %  riiKRKSA ai UIN l*';"''-'" 1 SUIT FOR DIVORCE .,.,, nirr.is \ rjl iRlxo ii ilryanl tM CAM %  k \ %  .... h >,.,,. Mi....... KlnrMf. p. rile :-..:,"•„'.' n.l.-.l in thai II I al 'I'lnplaim "7,!:::,.,,.. ........... powuhj, ',„.",: ,M, 1)RIKRKD l M 1 -,.., ,.i., thl Id A IR I i:\lHKHM\N. Clerk, Circuit Pourl i. I. i -.. ,i • %  l %  •' i i R'M W smiTKIXO IC n ill '''"i" Ktatl PPtt i I" I _^_^__ Torah Temple Announces Institute Torah Temple, of 1254 West ave.. Miami Beach, has announced the : unding of its Institute for Education. The first department, which is ready to serve the youth : the community, is Torah Temple's religious school. Rabbi Louis Ari Cassel. spiritual Itader of the school and educationel director, has formulated plans 1. r the opening of classes on September 20. Boys and girls may enroll now for Hebrew and religious ii -t ruction and recreation at the camptlt of Torah Temple Institute. Rabbi Cassel announced that there will be classes for over) age from-beginners in Hebrew to the -t advanced. Classes will be held daily. Torah Temple's educational program also includes supervised recreation for the religionschool students and afternoon macks. A child enrolled in Torah Temple InBtitUte will be picked up at hipublic or private school brought t' Torah Temple Campus, be given r Ik and macks and then %  -. The student may -pend hifree time in supervised play and recreation while .it the Institute. Rabbi Cassel explain( Registration will continue throughout this month and ma] be if either by phone or in person at the West ave. address. Bar M tzvah and Confirmation preparation will be given the studenta at i. additional cost to their parents. Israelite Center Slates Activities I-raelite Center Sunday School session will begin on Sunday. September 12. at 10 am., according to Rabbi Morton Malavsky. principal. The Center will hold a Monte Carlo night of fun on Sunda> tcmber 12. with George Kessler, i chairman. Harry B. Silverman is j co-chairman. It was also revealed that the High Holiday issue of the Israelite Center publication. "The Echo." will be ready shortly. Ilene Barocas ieditor and Pauline Silver man acting aen editor. PTA of the Israelite Center will hold itfir-t meeting of the year on Tue-day. September 13. Mrs. Nathan Fragin ipresident. Forum will be conducted b) Rabbi Morton Malavsky New Group Show At Mirell Gallery A new group -how ibeing held M the Mirell Gallery. 18 Anthon> Arcade, Coconut Grove, through Si ptember 15. New workwill be -hown by the gallery group, plus one new comer. John Kacere. instructor of fine arts, at the Gainesville Cniversity, Gainesville. Florida. Gallery hours will be from 10 until 4 every day. except Wednesday afternoon and all day Sunday. Edmund Weyhe will direct the art classes, as usual, this season. Federation Committee to Meet Tuesday Evening cutive committee of the %  r Miami Jewish Federation will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday, September 14. B:19 p.m.. at Temple Bmanu-EL Major portion of the meeting will idevoted in a review and adoption of the operating budget tor Federation in the period 1954 to June 1. 1955 According to Stanley C Myers, president, various committees have been at work for man) weekanalyzing Federationoperations and will lxprepared to submit a detailed report to the committee. Good Will Campaign Revealed in Tallahassee TALLAHASSEE — A campaign to make every Florida citizen an "ambassador of good will" as a meanol boosting the tourist trade got underway thiweek. Shapiro Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Benjamin Shapiro, formerly of 2131 SW 20th st.. will take place Sunday. September 12. at 2 p.m.. on the Shandiloff Lodge. Jewish People's Fraternal Order l'lot of Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Kahlii Henry Okolica officiating Mr Shapiro isurvived by his Wile, Anna: three -<>n-, Harry and [rving, ol Miami, and,Samuel, of New York; three daughters, Mrs Beatrice Price ol Miami; Mrs Helen Zotosk) and Mrs Tillle Spec tor ni New York; also two broth ers, two sisters and u grandchildren Arrangements are in charge n|" I'.. linerMiami Monument Com pany Freudand relatives are asked to attend NURSERY ELEMENTARY KINDERGARTEN HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE PREPARATORY COMMERCIAL CULTURAL COURSES Registrations now being accepted Classes Start Monday, September 13th Morning and All Day Sessions licensed end fujeriented flty Outdoor and Indoor Facilities for CUts Imtractien Small Classes with Individual Attention Spacious Grounds-Swimmina Pl on Premises Recommended by-20 years successful admiaistratien by MM director, Ida R. leor 1010 WEST AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-0606 Approved Member, Private Sck—I Association of Dode Ce-onty >T*25s£% Mrs. Pegler Receives Chamber Courtesy Award For her "courteous and cheerful disposition," Mrs. Lillian F Pegler, private secretary to the vice president and assistant loan officer at the chase Federal Savings and Loan Association, won this weekcourtesy award of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. 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)AY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1954 LEGAL NOTICE ~7Zc COUNTY JUDOCS' COURT iSn FOR DADI COUNTY, u. 334Q48 P^T 1 C E 1, TO iR^TOR L HI fredlinrs and All Persons Havt", cIsTnis or Demands Against Said V.'.IL and BCl "t >ou are hirrby ..j and rcuulred to present any i'uis and „( Dad'' County, Florida, to the lonnrable County Judges of Dade ,, mly and file the aame In their S' l„ the County Courthouse In _5* County, Florida, within eight Llri dar months from the date of the ^..'publication heteof. Hnld rlalma ,i, IIMIUIK I" contain the legal adE, .>f the claimant and to be sworn I. .nil titrrriiO'il aforesaid, or same f,|t he barred See Flection 733.16 of V, IMI I'robalc Act. flute August 23rd, A.n. 1934. ad/ IVAN C, HAVIH As Administrator of the FM.it c Of HENRY J. DAVIS, Deceased. JHKOOORE I SAK0W1T7. attorney for Administrator I S-ybold Hldg.. Miami 31. Florida [[.; J/.1-I0-17 _^^_____ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM€ ILEVENTM JUDICIAL CIHClllT OF IiORlOA IN AND FOR OAOE OUNTV. IN CHANCERY *4o. t717eo 1>ITH NEI4WN, I'Ulntlff. llTEK NBIiJQN, I>efendnt. NOTICE TO APPEAR Mil I'KTER C. NKLWON vJe Mis Fiusan Nelson Relvldere Avenue 11ford, Mew Jersey" IYou are hereby ordered and required i i. cop) of your answer t'i the |ll i mplalnl for divorce, a ci.j.y J ahlch ienclosed herewith, on lalniilfattorney and file the origu| m Hie office of the Clerk of the In nit Court of Hade County, F'lorL on or bel the 20th day of Sip[ II othorwlM the alligations Saul lull will I" taken ua confeaaed J \. w.M \v RTOCK1NQ, H.puty Clerk Ens, IIKIMAN A KAI'LAN %  ••rneya for Plaintiff I IIMMIK. Miami 32, Fla. 9 :i-lo IN COUNTY JUDGESCOURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 31366 A HE: KSTATK OK SAI1II-: SCHI.lsSl.i:it. Heceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is herebj given that I have filed nu final report and petition for % inHl lelKharge as Administrator of the estate of HA OIK scin.l'ssKIt. deceased; and that on the 1st day of Ortotwr. 1;.4. will apply to the llmioraulr W. FRANK HI.ANToN. County Judge of Hade County, Florida, fur am>rval of aald flintreport and ur final dlsrhaige as Administratrix of the Estate of SAOIK SellLUoSKK, deceHm-tl. This lih day of August, lt.'.l. JOBKVIHNE sell l.rssER KOVNKK %  MANNHEIMBll Attorney, for Administratrix t/10-27 — S/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 17176 ROME C. HAKRjS. a widow, 1'laintlff, vs. COIW WIMJAMS. a Free Dealer; UUY C. RECTOR and RB'Tiilt. hie wife. If married, or If either or both are dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, lieniirs. ieditors, trustees or other claimants by, through, under or against them; anil all persons claiming any estate, right, title or Intereat In. or Hen upon, the real properti herein described, Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: ROY c RKt'TllR and RECTOR, his wife, if married, or if either or Imth ore dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, gran'• • i. lienors, creditors, trustees, or other claimants by, through, under or against them Residence I'nkmiwn TO ALL OTIIKIt PERSONS having or claiming any estate, ilaht, title or Interest In, or Hen upon, the following described land, lo-wlt: l.ot 2:1, iii.sk K. IHSCAYM: Pi IINT, .i.i -II. ling to the Plst thereof, recorded In I'lat Book II. at I'age It, of the Public Record! of Dads County, Hoi Ida. TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has l*en i-oinmenced against VOV, and you are ordereil and required to file your written appearance In said proceeding on or before Ihe 20th day of September. I'ail. in the above styled cause now pending in tintlrcult Curt of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County, Florida, In chancery, by filing; the original of your appearance with the Clerk of this Court at the Dade County Courthouse. Miami, Florida, and to serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney, I1EOROE J. TALIA.NOKK. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and In default of said appearance, a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. The relief sought la the above cause is to quiet and confirm the title to the above described land In nod to the Plaintiff. HOSK C -HAHKIS. and to cancel and discharge that certain mortgage as set forth In the Complaint filed herein. Dated at Miami, K mrWa. this 17th day of August, 1954. E. B. L.EATHKRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE. JR. (seal) Deputy Clerk (seal) OBORGE J TAUANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 4L'0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 8/20-27 — 9/3-10 NOT OTII ii.. I. in. .turn I BXIlY lion w CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K IS HEREBY GIVEN that -mned, desiring to engage In II. I. r the fictitious name of n LEATHER CLEANERS. w .'2nd Avenue, Miami. Dade I .i Intend to register said nil the Clerk of the Circuit l Hade County, Florida. iiMKR A. KLAM 111'Til KLAM (Hole Ownere M c.\|\ f..r Applicants Elagler si., Miami. Fla. 17 NOTI |tt)Tlt' nu.I. fUl.N'Y ul \l I Dull RKIl CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HERKIIY 41IVEN that %  lesliing to engage In null i Hie fictitious name of sin IPS. at 710 Lincoln ami (leach. Intends to regl name with the Clerk of the HI of Hade County. Florida. Ki'CA coni'EK, Bble owner l-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  d, doatiing to cnga*e In Ii r the fictitious names of '' I'llST, HOTKI. DITPONT, HOTEL, at 210 29th Miami Beach. Florida. In* > .aid names with the the circuit Court of Dade n.ulda. SKA ISI.i: HOLDING CORP. DAVID R. HOCHBERG. iv v ,. President 1N| .l: A MANNHEIMEA """•v. for Applicants ~ VI-10-17 D Irk kinNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 172043 I.EItoY WII.KKHSoN. Plaintiff vs. CLARA W1I.KKRSON. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CLARA VVILKERSON, c/o Hurley FNirnlce Iliiselhurst, Miss. You, CLARA WILKKItSON. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed. against you, and you are renulreil to serve a OOP) of your Answer or PL-ading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HEN ESSKN. S23 Seybold Blilg.. Miami, Fla., and file the ... Iginal Answer or pl.-adlng In the Office of ihe Clerk of she circuit Court on or before the L'Tth day Of September, 19"i4 If you fall to do so. Judgment b\ default will he takes against you for the relief demanded in the BH1 iif Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ICsh day of August, A.D. l i K It. I.EATHKItMAN. Clerk, I'ln ull Court. Dade Cou nty, Klorlda. Bv M C GREEN. (Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Clerk DEN ESSEN Attorney for 1'laintlff /J7 — /-l"-IT LtOAVL e rOTlCi ,N THE' dtndO^ZB&rbFTtt VZV^£l C L Al CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 172097 MA R GA RE T VALIANT ROGERS, Plaintiff vs. JAM EH I. YON ROGERS. JR. I of. II.1,1 III NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JAMES I.YON ROGERS, JR.. 1.04 CarrMton Avenue Uuxt. .II. Baltlinoie, Marvbind YOIARE HKRKBY MITIHEI) thai a Rill of Cnmplalni f..i Dlvorec has been filed agalnit you, and you are herehj rdqulrsd to serve a OOP) of your answer or otherwise plead to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the attorney for the Plaintiff. AARON MT KANNKR, 239 Homeland Building. Miami. Klorlda, and file the original or such answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida at Miami. Florida, on or before the 4th day of October, IM4 If M>U fall to do so Judgment by default Will be taken agalnsl >ou for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint for IMvorcDated at Miami, Florida, this J7th day of August. 1:.4. F:. B. LEATHF:RMAN, QI rk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida By: WM. W. STOCKING Dcuuty Clerk AARON M. KANNEIL KStj. *tArney for the Plaintiff 239 Hhoreland llldg., Miami, Florida 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Al. ASH ABB SCRAP IRON AND Ml I \ i. I loilda corporation, at L'ns 4h Street, Miami Beach. Florid i intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda. AL ANf) ARE. INC IU ABE N GOODMAN. President STANLEY -"' Kl LEVINE Attomoi for Al And Ab.-. Inc. 9/1-10-17 -^4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or MAYKHS and BOBBINS, at 1102 t'on' :MK Miami. Intends to register ..id name with His Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dud. County. Florida. 1 It MAYERS. Sole Owsssr l/M-H /-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MITICF: IS IIKHKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of EVER RKADY WATKIt HEATER MF>; CO at 0 N.W.14th St.. Miami, Florida, intend to register ihe •aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN STRAUSS URACK STRAUS! 9/3-10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the und. r.ign.-.l, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE STI'MO CRAFT SHOP, at 110* Grand Ave. ( Miami, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. LOUIS AMOROSO III. Owner MARLOW, B1NNAMON & MARLOW Attorneys for Applicant. MM-". Langford Bidg. I : 10-17-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business, under Ihe fictitious name of BUSTER'S BAR, n Mi W. Flaglsr SI Intend to rei I name with the clerk oi the Clrcull Cowl ol Dade County, llot Ida ELIAS \v KEAN EVELYN KEAN KE8SLER XGAR8 AttotBeyi for Applicants I7M W. F'laul.r 8/27 — 9/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HERKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STANLEIGHS, at 2114 Ponce de lawin Blvd., Uoral Gables. FTa., Intends to regrtster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANLEIGHS COVE. INC. (A Florida Corporation) J/J-10-17-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172202 SEYMOUR FRIEND, Plaintiff. vs. E8TELLE FRIEND. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: KSTKLLK FRIEND lS'in Ocean Parkway Brooklyn, Men York, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are requires! to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the mil of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, STAM.KY JOEL LEVINE, Ml Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 4th day of October, W.4. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against %.-o for tinrelief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWIBH F Li iRIDIAN. DONE AND iiRliKREH at Miami. Florida, this 31st day of August. A.D. F. B. l.KATHKRMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, I tde County, Florida B) It II KICK, JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk STANLEY JOEL I.KVINK, ESQ.. Attorney for Plaintiff •ft". Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FUV 8/J-10'17'*4 l\c*?o <14B\^ FICTITIC U1UC I A ... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171S1S ADOPTION OF MINOR CHILD, CeTRTIS MICHAEL SESSIONS NOTH'K BY ITBI.HWTION TO: PARK TRAMMEL SESSIONS 2315 North Fifth Terrace Birmingham. Alalmma PARK TRAMMEL SESSIONS c'o Seaboard Air Une Railway Birmingham. Alabama YOU ARK HKRKBY NOTIFIED that a petition for the adoption of the minor child. CURTIS MICHAEL SESSIONS has lieen filed on behalf of Ihe petitioner, THKoDoltK J KOWALESKI, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the petition on petitioner*! attorney. RICHARD KKIK'IKR KINK. IU' I onpress Building. Miami. Florida, and to file the original In the office of the cl.rk of the aboxe Court on or before the 28th day of September. IM4, 0* a default will be entered against iron. DATED: this IMh day of August, E. B l.EATIIKRMAN. Clerk of the Clrcull Court Dade County. Florida By M. C GREEN. • Seal) Deputy Clerk t/n-n /-!• OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ARNOLD'S FASHIONS, LTD, al CSJ Collins A vs., Miami Beach, Fla. I Sherry I rontenac Hotel Bldg.), Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK ZVYIBEL JOSEPH ZEMEL. Ally. 'il'.'. Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla. 8/27 — 9/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CADILLAC COSMETICS AND PERKITMES. at 1.-.U6 g.W, Kith Avenue. IMend to register said name with the I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count), F'lorlda. HARRY KLEIN N GEORGE ZIKGLKR MORTON M BETOEL Attorney for Applicants II \V. Klagler St S/J-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WALTHALL'S SUNDRY. at 184 N.W. 27th Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IKMAR FRED PICK Hole Owner KE8SLBR eV GARS Attorneys for Applicant 17X2 W. Flagler St J/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKHKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of L. C. HUGHES and L. c. HUGHES SERVICE STATION, at 2XIHI SW 27th A ve Intend to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TIB l.MAS ,1 UATSl IN HAKKIK HUGHES, Sole Owners HERMAN BRETAN Attorney for Applicants 71 \V Fl.igl.r St. 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the uiidreigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of \ .va DISCOUNT AGENCY, at 37 Ni: 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name WEIUI I lie Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT A. SONTAG LEO ACKERMAN MAX II. SILVER Attot ne) for Appltcantf MS Seybold Building, Miami 32, FTa. J,2U-27 — 9/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LORD DANIKL SPORTSWEAR, at 327 West Flagler Street, Miami, hln.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda. NATHAN ZWITMAN ALVIN H. LEVKNSON HAROLD STRUMPE Attorney for Applicants i4T Seybold Building 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE'IS HFiREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In luisiness under the flctltloui* name of HALLMARK LABORATORIES, at 7772 Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami P.each. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEATRICE n MAIITKL Sole Owner 9/10-17-24 — 10/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERKBY GIVEN thai the undersign.il. desiring to one business under the fictitious name of I'l.i IRIDA MOTORS, at 14X3 N W 36th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends 141 regist.i s.iiil name with the cl.rk of ihe Circuit Court of Dad.County, ilot ida. 1 LORIDA AUTO BALES, INC. 9/10-17-24 — lo 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEIti:ilY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business und.r the fictitious name of IIAI.IJilARK LABORATORIES, al van West Avenue, Miami Hem Ii. Florida, Intends to register said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol D.nle Counn, Plorlds DR. HARRY GBRBHON MARTEL Sol.Owner /I-l-I7 :'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN II ; the undersigned, desiris>to engage In business under the fictitious name of MORI CRFCDIT JEWELERS, at 7' N Iv 2nd Avenue, Miami. Intends i register said name with the clerk f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LARRY L. WHITE GEORGE CHERTKOF' Attorney for Applicant Olympla Bldg. l/M-fl — 9/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl it the undersigned, desiring to engage i business under the fictitious name H & It INVESTMENT, at til N Sth Street, Intend to register s' name with the Clerk of the Circait Court of Dade County. FlorMn. ELI ROSOWSKY MORRIS B. HORWITZ MORTON M. BKIGKI. Attorney for Applicants II W. Flagler BL s/J-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN tl..t the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name JOYKTTE AITS, at 2900 W. Flag SI intend to register said nairo ^ the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol DCounty, Florida. JOSF7rH & YETTA WINIII Side Owners KKSSI.KK A GARS Attorneys for Applicants 17*2 W. Flagler St. 9/3-HI-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN tht the undersigned, desiring to eng luisiness under the fictitious name of MIAMI METAL SUPPLY, at H I N.W. North River Drive, Miami. FT Ida. intends to register said na•• with the Clerk of the Circuit Co of Dade County. Florida MAX \V. TEMCHIN KATZENTINE, HECKERL1NG A: WHITE Attorneys for Miami Metal Supply %  2 7 — 9/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I the undersigned, desiring to engage buslneai under ihe fictitious name s'PORTIES Of MIAMI, at III N 82nd Street, Inti mi to i egjster name uitli the I'lerk of the c! Court of Dad.County. Florida. CHARLES TERMIN -Vr, F:STHER KASSAB ROBERT J LEW1SON I for SiMirtles of Miami. 9/10-17-21 — 10/1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP TAX DEED File 51580 Notice Is hereby given that NATHANIEL W. SIBGEL and Jll. S I'KARI.MAN an undivided one ha Ulterest each, holders as % %  • •rili of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered MI7, dated the 2nd day of June, A D lS-'.2. has filed said Cert cate In my office, and has made ap| cation for lax deed to Issue theri i m accordance with law. Said O cate embraces the following descril• l property, situated In Dade Coun;/, Florida, to-wit: Lot II, Block 46. Silver Bluff Kstates Section C, Plat Boo!: 10, IHige i, in the City of Miami. County of Dade, State o! Florida. %  The assessment of said propertv under the Certificate Issued was a the name of Unknown. Unload ssid Certificate shall be redeemed aocorllug to law, tax deed will Issue there -i on the Ith day of October. A.D. II Dated this 1st day of Septemb-::, A.D. 19C4. E B. I.F1VTHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dads County. Florida By N. C. STERRETT, (Circuit Court Seal) DepUt) Cli !i .1-1(1-27-24 — 10/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti fhridUan solicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 lot messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43CC • • i



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 10, 1954

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01388

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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e\wiisltUEIIiD!Pidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ij 28 Number 37
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ivy Asked To Probe For Bias In Security Cases
*
>o More Reinstated By Army In Fort Monmouth Jobs
Ps 'Selective Immigration' Poses Problem
1
* East Riots Put Jewish State on Spot
|BY nura lasky
JTA
SALEM The riots in
, and thr change of regime
|,ia have had their reper-
in Israel, where wide sec-
irultural areas. They
h serious chronic
| to I raeL
meeting of the Zionist
Chasanow Cleared of Charges;
Witnesses' Motives Questioned
I WASHINGTON (JTA) The fice. All five of the Jews have had
tNavy Department, which this week security difficulties ... All Gen-
had absolved a veteran civilian em- tiles remain undisturbed. In the
ploye Abraham Chasanow, of absence of a statement of mi
Greenbelt, Md of charges of being ; for the adverse decision of the
a security risk and had restored Assistant Secretary (of the Navvi
him to his duties in the Hydro- it may well be believed that the
graphic Office, was still confront- proceedings which led to that r!e-
ed with the question whether the cision were tainted by anti-Semi-
j suspension of Chasanow and four tism."
other Jewish employes of the same Chasanow's clearance and res-
j office all of whom resided in toration to duty was announced at
' Greenbelt was due to anti-Semi- a press conference by James H.
1 ,lsm Smith. Assistant Secretary of the
Chasanow, following his suspen- Navy for Air. on the basis of evi-
sion. had maintained that some of dence submitted to a special heur-
his accusers had been motivated ing board convened by order of
by anti-Semitism. His attorney, in vSmith u a matter of executive
a brief, had pointed out last April grace
that there are but five members Smith told the press conference
of the Jewish .faith who are or that he felt that false allegations.
'were both Greenbelt residents and such as those lodged against (T
I employes of the Hydrographic Of- anow, were contrary to the nati
(ice There are at least eight mem- al security interests of the linr
I bers of the Gentile faiths who are States. He declined to comment
| both residents of Greenbelt and on whether other Greenbelt Jews
employes of the Hydrographic Of- whose separation from the Navy
* Department was similar to that of
Chasanow, would be reinstated
The American Jewish Con.
winch welcomed the vindication ot
Chasanow^as an act of justice, call-
ed upon Secretary of the Navy
t Charles S. Thomas to determine
whether anti Semitism was the ba-
\i:\\ YORK (JTA) Two more' The Anti-Defamation League of sis of the false deunuciation laid
lists. Would it not be more ad of the 38 civilian employes bus- B'naJ B'rith, in urging this scourge against him.
visible first to create proper con ponded from their jobs at Ft Mon upon the Army, pointed out that' Shad Polier. chairman of the
ditions for the accommodation of mouth on security charges were this would have determined wheth- AJC executive committee, in a let-
such large numbers? Giora Joseph- cleared and KStortd to employ- 'er the post's supervisory personnel ter to Secretary Thomas, expn
thai, treasurer and absorption ment this week, the Army announc- had treated non-Jewish employes gratification that Mr. Chasanow
chief of the Jewish Agency, was ,.(| ;,t rt Monmouth | differently from Jews and whether had been cleared "and that the
among those who warned of over- Tnc ,W() mt.n (ne 2oth and 21st ; one supervisor hail failed to proc- Navy Department has expressed its
hasty action. ,,, wjn reinstatement, were Isidore "- f"r action cases involving non- decision in terms so clear as to
Others, including the North Af- Solomon, of Shrewsbury. N.J.. and Jewish employes where adverse in end all questions as to Mr. Cli.
rican immigrants organizations, Harold Stein, of West Long Braneb. formation respecting them "was, ows loyalty." He said that "th-
various political parties, and indi Meanwhile the Armv had no yirtual!>' ^milar to the adverse in- question of anti-Semitism, how,\
tr, remains. Since Mr. Chasanow
Continued on Pag 2
Actions Committee last July, Zal
man Shragai, head of the Jewish
Agency's immigration department.
pleaded for admission into Israel
of 25,000 "emergency immigrants"
from North Africa, comprising
mainly just those cases who are
he population are pleading; now barred. The lowest strata of
nin^ the country's gates French North Africa's 350.000 Jews
housands of French North |those living in the filthy city
Jew whose lives, they in -1 mellah (slums), sick in body and
I danger. The pres- soul, subsisting on begging and
; immigration" laws whatever Jewish welfare organiza-
entrj to families whose tions (American, French and local)
healthy and not provide for them would be the
p, work: and try and settle ; first targets, should there be an
anti-Semitic uprising And the po-
litical Climate there being what
kch lu'ierculars. blind it is right now. there is no saying
t insupportod aged. when the highly incitable popula-
no attacks against Jews tion might turn against this ma-
lm! >r targets, have been j jority and make them the scape-
Africa. Six goat for failure to achieve political
I irdered in I'etitjean. I aims
b eeks ago They Mr. Shragai's pla evoked much
Y red because they controversy in Israel. There are
i, hut because they did those who hold that it is belter
ft1 thi i!' stores during a ; first to settle the residue of the (
(ration as the rebels had recent mass immigration wave.'.
rtheless, Jews' those who are still lingering In
I rench colony were (transit camps and subsisting on so
and felt in danger of thafar I cial welfare aid or occasional
fi cd lo the registra- workdays. Hospitals and homes
Iters the thousands to for chronic invalids are over
crowded and have long waiting
Dr. Gloria Jofpkthul
. "over-hasty action"
Criteria for Investigation
Is Subject of Controversy
j
Ben Duffy
- reveal* aaaeintmeat
Meanwhile, the Army had no ,
viduals warn that, unless Israel further cnmrnpnt t0 makc on ,,. forma ion he accumulated With re-
moves fast, it might be too late. ed rvqucsls ,na, H clarjlv ,he at- speot t0 Jiwlsh P"*"""'!- ,
I Who asked whether Israel had the ur(, (|f ,ni, Investigation it said it: Meanwhile, attorneys Harry
means for absorption four years na(J ^njuc^i mlo ,h(, possibility <;reen and Ira J. Katchen. repre-
, ago, when Iraq's Jewish commu that anti-Semitism was the motiva-i s<"n,inS M"? 0* the suspended
I nity, numbering well over 100.000. ,ion for the suspensions men, wrote to Army Secretary
was transferred to Israel in a The Army hurrv- had conducted an "independent in-
Since the "selective immigra- vestigation" but did not state
tion" amendment was passed by JJJJJ or no, jt had oxaminw| J*" 7a "* "
confront and cross-examine wit
Mates, that information unknown
to them had been used and that
the Army refused detailed informa-
tion on which unfavorable findings
were based.
used by its Army personnel secur
ity boards. The lawyers said em
the Knesset two years ago. only lne njaa ) tne gOO civilian em
immigrants with curable bodily af- p|yCS at the post to ascertain
flictions, such as in the case wntner tnc sarne criteria had been
, of North Africans ringworm of app|ie(t (0 non-Jewish personnel as
Continued on Pao. 11 to Jewish.
Wo rid Forces Divide and Threaten Men
e Heads Brotherhood Week
Miami Plans
Tercentenary
Participation
On Sunday, September 12, Mi
ami Jewry will mark a historic date
in America's infancy as they join
millions across the nation in ob-
serving the 300th anniversary of
T h o se refused reinstatement jthe '""ding of 23 Jews on Man
merely were notified that their ha,,an ,s,and September 12, 1654
continued employment "would not! For 30 davs one (or each of
be clearly consistent with the in
terests of national security" under
the years of American-Jewish his-
tory they will celebrate the Ter-
f VORK (JTA)President
"er will again serve as
O- 1'urman of Brother-
I be observed next
fry 2u through 27 under the
Jrvhip ,| ,he National Con-
'' "' i hristians and Jews,
"need here by Ben
' ral chairman of
prnood \Vek Simultaneous-
ly fy released a letter
' KisPnhower extol
" Iwhind the annual
I"'" which lies behind
<( Brotherhood
's '- old as our cjviliza
-dents letter de
- back to the an-
swer given to the first man who
asKed, 'Am 1 my brothers keep
er?'
"Through thousands of years
there have been many noble an-
swers to this same question, an-
swers which bravely affirm that
all menof all religions, of all
colors, of all languages-are in
fact brothers, that no man can
live alone But in every age the
question is asked, and in every
age it must be answered anew.
"We live in a period in which
the question has a new sharpness
and a new edge, because there
are new forces in the world which
divide and threaten men. forces
which work to lock each man
within the prison of his own
President Eisenhow's Executive Or- centenary theme: "Mans Oppor-
tunities and Responsibilities Un-
der Freedom."
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temple
Israel, chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami committee, has announced
der of April 27. 1953
After an adverse ruling by a 1st
mind, which makc friend distrust I Army board, the review board in
frientf, nation distrust nation. In Washington would invite new
the face of these forces it is im- | data before making its recommend-
perative that we heroically by ations to Stevens The lawyers com- j -. hflvc ,
word and deed give voice to our phuned that appeals were hamper- >r th Tcrcentenar>. evv^
faith that every man is indeed ed because of lack of specific rea chajrrTU,n of the loca, com.
his brothers keeper, that no hu sons by th. -lower boards. j^^ afo Mrs Natnanje, ^^
man being in the world can es-, It was this latest move at Ft. simonhoff and George j.
cape his spiritual involvement in | Monmouth. in addition to the \ Tahan()ff M;lx c (;ettinBer is sec
what happens to any other human ; breaking of the Abraham Chasan-1 ^5 the group Mavor
being, that no man. in the trou-. ow case in Uashmgton this week. o of Miami d .
bled sea of mank.nd. can be an, that prompted renewed efforts Mjami
si*"'' ...... amon? "ff,C,al. C,rcfles t0 ,draW fan have .ssued official proclamations
It is the purpose of Brother acceptable code of practices for re~.Bni,inn f the Tercentenary
hood Week to inspire to give that fair methods of interrogation by ^^SHlS^cS2on^2
annret for our time, with an elo- government agencies inquiring in- opportunitv for V
qurnce never before heard," the to Communist activities throughout j a umque PPrlun,ty ,or Amen
letter concluded. the nation. Continued on Paja 5
that some 30 participating organ

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Navy Asked to Probe for Security Case Bias
*.-%%*>* J 'fc*-P^* .......M h.. .,f the case, the editorial conclu
rraro^^J
Continued from Paoe 1
was falsely accused, there is still
the possibility that the proceed-
ing, against him was prompted, in
part, by hostility towards Jews
The disquiet caused by the charge
of anti-Semitism cannot be allayed
solely by the clearance of a par-
ticular employe involved. It is es-
sential that the Navy Department
determine whether any of the per-
sonnel involved in the Chasanow
proceeding was guilty of anti-Semi-
tism, and that it make public the
results of that investigation."
Chasanow, 43, was dismissed
from the Navy Department as a
security risk on April 7, 1954. and
was afforded reconsideration after
a public outcry followed news-
paper reports. A re-interrogation
of informers against Chasanow was
conducted. The Navy said that
"those informants who were rr
interrogated and who had initially
given derogatory information
against Mr. Chasanow cither failed
to corroborate their original tosti-
mony or were unable to produce
specifics of earlier allegations "
A defense t<( Loyalty Board pre.
cedures was made by Smith who
sought to place the principal blame
on informers who supplied the
Navy with unfounded allegations
against Chasanow. He conceded,
however, that the appeal board
might have been "a little naive"
in failing to investigate the inform-
ers. An attempt is now being
made by the Navy to prevent such
malicious smears from receiving
serious consideration in the fu-
ture. Smith said.
Smith was asked if sworn testi-
mony would be henceforth r-quir-
ed from those making allegations
Dr. Kaplan to Officiate at Beth David
High Holy Day Services, Seller Reveals
Herbert E. Scher. president, an-1
nounced this week that Dr. Louis
L. Kaplan will officiate at High
Holiday Services of Beth David
Synagogue.
Dr. Kaplan, nationally known
educator and author, is executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education in Baltimore, Md.. and
Dean of Baltimore Hebrew College
and Teachers '1 raining School.
He received the AB degree at
Columbia University, New York,
was a Fellow in the Department of
Rabbinics at Dropsie College m
Philadelphia, and received the
Ph.D. degree there.
Ht attended the American School
of Oriental Research in Palestine
and the Institute of Jewish Studies
at Hebrew University.
Dr. Kaplan is a past president of
the National Council for Jewish
Education and a member of the
Board of Governors at Dropsie Col-
lege, member of the publication
editorial board, Jewish Publication
Society of America, and lecturer
on Jewish education at Dropsie
College and the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary in New "York. He is
ad whether the accused would h
given the right to confront the
accuser He said 'hat these mat
[S would have tO be resolved |
elsewhere hi the government ,
The Navy Department. notin
the crave Injustice*' done to Cfcai
now by the original rtarlements
and the lengthy proceeding*, said |
; it wished to emphasize that the
findings of the board show t has-
tnow's life "portrays an above ay- |
erage loyal American citizen It ;
llM rited his "long creditable.
service for the government, his
many varied civic and patriotic ac-
Uvities, his exemplary family life, i
the high esteem m which he was
' 1,,-ld b) his termer colleagues who |
associated with him for many
years, his active religious life and
the high esteem in which he is
held in his community"
Chasanow. commenting on his
clearance, thanked those who aid-
ed him and said he felt as if he
had just -woke up from a bad
dream "
Demands Action
The New York Herald Tribune
called this week for measures
against those who had "knowingly
injured Chasanow by bringing false
charges Igathst him.
The newspaper declared in an
editorial that the Navy Depart-
ment had acted "wisely and well"
in admitting injustice to Mr Chas-
anow and in restoring him to bis
post. After reviewing the charges
against him and the background
Beth KI Prepares
For School Season
Congregation Beth KI thi- week
announced the opening ol its edu-
cational activities for the coming :
of the case, the editorial conclud-
* .
in Mr. Chasanow s clearance,
this country's sense of fair play,
decency and j
*'. ThttS'
that anyone ,, J
cd this man be
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fare committee on public welfare.
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gents, University of Maryland.
In 1946, Dr. Kaplan was awarded
the King Christian X Liberation
Medal by King Christian ol Den-
mark, in appreciation of his lead-
ership in raising a fund for the
relief of Danish Jews who had es-
caped to Sweden.
He is the author of "A New Ap-
proach to the Teaching of the
Torah," commentary and inter
pretation of the Five Books ol
Mom's, religious plays and pageants
and has edited many Hebrew texts
and readers.
year
Beth Kl Academy now baa four
grades The faculty, under the su-
pervision ol Hanoi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky, consists of Urs Ruth
Hi-. Mrs Rachafil Ross. Mrs I)
A. Guttridge and Mrs M Civner
"New equipment and additional
facilities have been provided, and
the school is approved by and un-
der the supervision of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion." Rabbi Swirsky said.
The Beth El afternoon school
added to its staff Rev. Fishel Lut-
man. who is also cantor of the con-
gregation.
The Hebrew classes will com
mence on September 13 and Sun-
day school classes on September
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rFMBER 10. 1954
PAGE "9
thers Remarks on Red Vote
|rge smathers
I Senator from Florid*
long cogitation, I de-
in support of a pro-
llau thf Comnium.st
because it might be helpful to
Communistsseems to me to be
just like saying that we have an
orange tree, and that the meat on
the oranges on that tree is deadly
poisonous. If these oranges actual-
makc-llie praWie df'iy are"deadly. It obviously results
, tin, country *j!&-**(&tM flMik} the tree or
r,ir,il I hat a long, ar
ras ahead of us. But
lily to force a show-
l issue came unexpect-
core of us joined in
p most of you know,
Jdopted this proposal
go to 1.
its importance, and
feral questions have
about this issue, I am
i-illi a small portion
during the debate:
ut needing laws to
fs doing this or that.
?
School Will
Men's Club
on Sunday
fcted officers of the
of Miatni Hebrew
CongreKation will be
n installation break-
lay mornipf, Septem-
[a.m.. in the Rosedale
|med at a recent elec-
Edward L. Becker,
km Cohen, vice presi-
|tone. treasurer; Paul
Cretan; and Herbert
tant at-arms.
fa include Max Jacob-
It of Beth David Men's
Kaplan, Temple Is-
Club president.
kerenionies will be Lee
fang to an announce-
i Sam Cohen, chairman
hly Sunday breakfast
brew School and Con-
In s group meets week-
evenings, 8:15 p.m.,
fl2th ave., alternating
ess and board of gov-
and with social pro-
Ing the meetings. Lou-
fcfreshment committee
|iitiet of (he organiza-
ng some 40 members,
Jonur committee, with
fat the Dade County
iippnii of the Parents
pd Boy Scout Troop
ho; competition in the
m Jewish Community
ly Ball Tournament;
?bre School Religi-
a) S< hools, its main
no has been reelected
la charier member of
r School, served on
directors and is now
(gallon's board of edu-
the roots of the tree are infected.
Now you wouldn't just knock
those oranges .off the tree and
leave the trunk and limbs to breed
a new crop of poison fruit. The
thing to do is destroy the trunk,
'the roots, the tree itself. That is
the manner in which we should
approach the problem before us
today. .
"We live under a government of
laws. Duly enacted laws govern our
lives. A man's rights, or privileges,
are not taken from him without
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d^i. a
due legal action. However, today
we condemn persons with Commu-
nist leanings or beliefs. We have
been throwing them out of the
teaching profession. We even make
it difficult for Communists to work
in ordinary industry. We are pure-
ly driving them out of all social,
professional, and industrial life,
and yet while we so proscribe these
people, there is no hard and fast
law that says it is wrong or illegal
to be a Communist or that a Com-
munist cannot work in these fields
of endeavor. So today without ben-
efit of law, we pick at them, hold
them up to bad publicity and ridi-
cule, punish and persecute them,
and finally we throw them out; but
not by benefit of law.
'To conduct ourselves this way
without benefit of;lawis to
practice the grossest type of dis-
crimination. We are discriminating
against them for thein thoughts
and acts, when under present law,
what they think and do is com-
pletely legal. If we are going to be
a government (if law. why do we
not meet the problem head on and
say, "We do not like communism;
we fear it; it is oppo.sitive to what
we believe in; therefore, anybody
who believes in it, advocates it, or
who belongs to a political party
which itself advocates or believes
in communism, is guilty of a crime
dord I. Becker
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E-.sred a> second-class matter July 4. 1930. at the Posi
Of ce 01 Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 18"
The Jewith Floridian hai absorbed the Jewjfh Un ty
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LEO MINDL1N .................................. News Editor^
I iiassiiio\v"s I:\oimt.iI ion
The case of Abraham Chasanow, Nuvy em-
ploye dismissed several months ago in Wash-
ington for "security reasons," is a sad example
of the variety of swift justice which we are be-
ing asked to accept during these days of anti-
Ccmmunist activity.
Mr. Chasanow has now been exonerated by
the Navy and cleared of the charges leveled
against him. James H. Smith, Jr., Assistant
Secretary of the Navy for Air, told reporters this
week that "We want to see what we can do to
restore him not only in his job but in his
reputation with the public."
The Assistant Secretary, unwittingly or not,
has touched precisely on the crux of the prob-
lem. Recent methods of investigation into Com-
munist activity throughout the United States
demonstrate conclusively the damage done to
individual careers by interrogators who fail to
take into account the personal factor.
We are, all of us. tragically aware of the
Communist threat and join in a common hope
that our government will be able to deal ef-
fectively with that threat in order for the demo-
cratic process to triumph and prevail.
But we are also aware of the anxiety in this
regard cast among the American people by
seme of our leaders who presume that the
fight against Communism is their personal bat-
tie and who are making political hay out of
c social menace. These leaders, alone, must
accept responsibility for the impatience and
unreasonable means with which persons sus-
pected of disloyalty are being treated during
inquiries into their past activities.
Mr. Chasanow may be exonerated by the
Navy, but it remains questionable that his repu-
tation will be cleared as easily as has been
his security status. A case is now being formed
for the possibility that Mr. Chasanow was a
victim of anti-Semitic witnesses. Our govern-
ment, and its armed services, were gullible
enough to accept in sacrosanct fashion the tes-
timony of these anxiety-ridden witnesses
against the Navy employe; this constitutes a
flagrant charge against all of us our sense
of justice, integrity and fair play.
The Chasanow incident should teach us two
lessons. First, the American people must de-
mend. once and for all. a rigid code of prac-
tices to be followed by any investigatory
agency engaged in Communist inquiry. Sec-
ond, the American people, themselves, must
finall recognize that rapid adjudication is more
synonymous with concepts of retribution than
justice; nor is wish-thinking, they must come
to recognize, a substitute for effective action.
Neighbors of Mr. Chasanow. who testified to
the extent of his Communist activity, were not
doing our nation and its security officers a
favor; they were merely engaging in flagrant
bigotry of one sort to outroot another. In that
sense, they took upon themselves the repsonsi-
bility of acting as judge rather than jury. Unity
of purpose but division of method is precisely
what the real Communist hopes finally to en-
gender among us.
While it is the ambition of investigatory
agencies to uncover Communists, it is also their
clear duty to protect the innocent from unfound-
ed charges. This side of the coin we, as a peo
pie, have ignored. There can be no greater
disservice done to the United States and its
citizens.
^ OFFICE and PLANT -120 N. E-Sixth Shee-
Telephones 2 1141 Z-JWU
During The Week ... a
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One VrffU B S 3'0 """ Friday, September 10. I** ?
VIUme 28 Elul 12. 57,4
A NEW WORK BY DR. ALBERT Einstein will be *
Publisher! in New York City on Septemh. r 24 bJ5
t W_ I.....L .. I ill II I -1 .
tnloM," I he book is a potpourri of thinking
1,1 fiany,
the famous uh.Mfi>t philosopJn* and la enpeoia
time. when Dt^Iinsteui has **> reaching the hfat,\^
(cation with humanitarian causes. wmim
Mr Kinstcin's career is a fascinating one As earl
established his internationally renowned reputation whs1"
,,1 (he Theory of Relativity. Informed opinion regarrKn,1
theorj as the first major contribution to physici after Si
ton A world previously explained by the
Englishman in terms of force and mass, veiocn
placed within the larger universe as an aspect i.j craviutjnLj
attraction between the product of masses and their radii ^
Einstein'* mind a much more fluid concept Vast eptoi
ontological changes in the philosophy of physical
result
It is particularly fascinating to ponder fo
'.act,
n i- p.imcuidiij isMHMuiiK iu ponner tor moment
1 this theory was expounded half a century ago, is%l
r that Dr Kinstcin s intellectual contributions t.. civih
OPINING OF JfrV/SH IDUCAJION MONTH
This Troubled Hour
The recent terroristic outbreak against Jews
of Tunisia and Morocco seems thousands of
miles away from us and only connected to our
way of living in a theoretical way.
We may deplore it and look upon the riots
cs an adjunct to nationalistic movements
there, as well as to demonstrations against
French colonial influence.
But the fact remains that the unfortunate
Jews of the area are victims of virulent anti-
Semitism and that their plight is as sad as was
European Jewry's prior to and during World
War II.
With renewed viaor. new demands are being
placed upon Israel to maintain her ports of en-
try opened wide for an influx of Jewish refu-
gees from the trouble area. It is clear that the
problems imposed upon the young republic's
progressive program of achievement in this re-
gard will tax the imagination of its leaders.
Israel's fundamental philosophy embodies
an "open-door" policy tor Jews throughout the
world; indeed, this policy is its essential reason
for being. But it :s also clear that no new
nation can continue maintaining such a record
of unselfish devotion to the concept of ingather-
ing without aid from the world outside.
Israel's ingathering largely poses no re-
strictions. The productive individual is as wel-
come as the weak and the aged, and the pre-
ponderance of persons entering the Jewish
State who belong to the latter category is
legion.
It is therefore incumbent upon each of us
to share the burden of this ingathering. We can
best do that by fulfilling our promises ot aid
during the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. Those of us who have, as yet. failed
to make the gilts we pledged, fail Israel in this
troubled hour.
Diversity of Opinion
Diversity cf opinion is certainly the liieblood
of any democracy. When men no longer think
for themselves and when they are willmq to
ape the politics of their ne.ghbors. it >. clear
that a nation has then embarked upon a dan
gerous time in its history.
But this principle can be carried too far for
rosy handling of a Governments daily bus,-
ness. and Israel seems currently ,o be reaching
a dilemma in this regard Po!,cal expression
ptisan Un ,0 PU' mildl>' 1S sha'Py"
rrZLhaVe ^u obse,V1^ with .merest the
manner ,n which the younq republic is now
atemp,,ng ,0 cope wh this dilemma. It, co-
alman cabinet, so delicately balanced has on
a number of occasion, found itself ,h L
hon of toppl t^ it cJ^LVXZl
ly vote on ordinary issues at hand.
Such highly individualistic paht-c, can I.
he has bee:, suggesting that n0 rxirtv IhlIt
any given elector, 'he ***
hus argument Ever 8Lnri ,s ^mhcunce of
coal,t,on cabinera. me Juh'S",1100' lh*
dUficulty beCau8e of the vari. v of '?"/ aher
ties that have held out for L0lJlmte' *
mum now acceptab.e fo, rep e^SoT ^
thai
sick
h.en no less significant since then. A man who ei
claim iH'fure his middle years and for whom respect'
on religious reverence certainly deserves to u tucllecft
put out bj frown Publishers represents an effort (o p^nna]
pher in terms of his humanistic impulses, and there catM
approach to Dr Einstein than this.

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF DR I
Ideas and Opinions" is a clue to the book's content Aai
the picture shows all of the philosophers facial *h
mme of its defining planes. In these terms. "Ideas and i
sents a surface study of the man's impulses while avoidmjL
of his major reasoning. It is perhaps this failing that maki
so thoroughly enjoyable and so excellent an introduction it|
stein, the thinker.
Pervading the entire work is his passionate respect !rj
dividual and the reaffirmation of humanity- need to re>pea,l
the process of self-determination. There is constant referesaj
self as a "lone traveler" and to his sharp awareness, na
"of the limits of mutual understanding and consonance
people." But out of thib presupposed ineluctable isolation.Dt.1
envisions man's most blessed statethe right to solitude Ttu-i
follows from the drive toward independence and self-deten
Thus,, political tyranny is for him the worst of all'....
"Force always attract* men of low morality.' he writes, "ail
it to ho an invariable rule that tyrants of genius are
scoundrels.'' A corollary to this position is his attitude trwjnrt
tary. whirh he abhors. 'That a man can take p
in f.n:r to the strains of a band is enough to make me
Dr Kinstein observes.
All of these remarks are clearly interdependent Ther|
hi- unalterable love for democracy, his belief that man
trirectrnrr>}- only in a free environment and that reason.
itself In nature, must remain untrammeled b> violence di
Most apparent throughout "Ideas and Opinions j> the pki
humility. Reroxnrring civilization's technological achievemeat,|
it deplorable that "people living in different countries kill i
at irregular time Intervals." Yet, he trusts in a t.indameatati
beliel that posterit) will look upon this unfortunate i
feeling of pride and justified superiority, in -hurt, tha
will have arrived at a point in progress where th< phalanidl
soph) a hearth) regard for one's neighbor, which must
ion can achieve full realization.

A FUNDAMENTAL ANTI-MATERIALISM PERVADE! I
stein's book, and this can be misinterpreted in th< light of |
lory Speaking of intellectual dedication, he loi upon thel
'.ith lor it- own sake as a deterrent to -hment!
i" In- experience, he has found, is there an\ ccesoij
between self fulfillment (happiness in the popuiai -ense:
with "pigsty morality") and money "Thi \ample ofj
pure individuals i- the only thing that can lead u <> noblef
deeds." he writes "(an anyone imagine Mose- rdandhii
I igs of Carnegie?"
Similarly, Ma hatred of chauvanism in an> i im and of I
be construed as opposing the tenor of our time. IndeftJ
on the sound sense of humanity and the fact that thisseafif
' maUcally corrupted by commercial and political
through the schools and the press" seem sociologically i
and disquieting today. Forgetting that man> ol these bel
pounded in the early thirties when international tensions'
lensticall) different, one may naively point, in tarn, to DrJ
man> and frequent negative observations on I; u nA
I here
But this would servo as no real chie to the i pulse of 1*1
Ideas .,nd Opinions" reveals Dr. Einstein in th. highest raiej
sopher literally, as one who loves knowledge II is'" *J~
> anti materialist, his philosophic ntethodologt oust be
'Mi- regard. Our era tends to deify the scienti-t to maketj
fallible, omniscient being who deals with facts and who h!
necessarily, excised from his nature sentiment and moral^
The philosopher, as metaphysician, has lost meaniniT
<-onfiguration. We have, indeed, been brought to belie** ^
nl) with "poetic" and "worthless" values. But it the) *J
[I i that our conception of worth is currently distorted!
hold in high regard is not the scientistthe Latin Greek philosopher- but the technologist of laboratories
who amorally fashions philosophic revelation according -
exigency
In a brilliant discussion on Bertrand Russell's ThN*; ,
edge Dr Einstein explains this unfortunate state Exsmin w
of thinking, empirical rationalism and pure reason, he"
historic development of the latter to the exclusion "nV.
"nal ascendency of the a posteriori with its absurd a"^
11 -'"'ii "t the a priori as a partner to the process f
IT FINALtV COMtS DOWN TO WHAT Ma* Weberl
" Hie need for dedication in science ami "hi'
der, mu,, be the value of a man: "in what hf*TT.
nat he i> able to receive This application of the Kantian
imperatise delmeates beyond a doubt Dr. Eiiwte.i 9*L
'" no shunning of the moral impulse in the scientist w
Continood an Paa 13


SEPTEMBER 10. 1954
+Je*ist>fk>r/(f/ar)
PAGE 5
ami Plans Local Festival Role
\
inued from f9 1
strengthen their' under-
let the principle of demo
.,lm and the tradition
y among alleitftens."
launching of the Tcr
throughout the country
Sunday, September 12,
anal broadcasts over tele-
,1 radio throughout the
ifiami the ABC program
of Israel" will be heard
nbei 12. at 9:05 a.m., on
AM and will be devoted
tercentenary celebration.
[Eternal Light" programs
station WIOD over the
NBC network
"ill salute the
erccntenary bc-
inning with the
ii>t program on
ieptember 12 at
:30 a.m.. and
ontinuing ev-
ry Sunday
hereafter
hrough Decem-
*?i"5. According
t"o' the Jewish
Theological Sem-
America, under whose
the "Eternal Light" pro-
ive been presented for|
r> this special series will
ted to the Tercentenary
(feature outstanding plays
nationally-known author,
iVi>hcngrad.
ion station WTVJ will
, special Tercentenary pro-,
9 a.m. on Sunday. Sep-
19. and again on Sunday, I
[m 26, at 10 a.m. Other
nary television presenta-
i be seen by Miami viewers
iiary 7. 1955. 10:30 a.m..
kecutively thereafter for
fks
special meeting of the
Miami Tercentenary Corn-
Tuesday, immediate and
lans for participation in
ation by Greater Miami's
[immunity was discussed.
^hwartzman. executive di-
the Bureau of Jewish
. has published a Ter-
bullctin for the Jewish
Dl Greater Miami contain-
l<">tinns and materials for
r< forthcoming celebration.
jreau has also made avail-
PMiuree and program bul-
[adult Jewish organizations
of Greater Miami
to aid progran
chairmen in de
veloping specia
events w i t h i r
thfir own organ-
izaliWH the Tercenten
ary period o
September, 1954
to May. 1955.
The Tercenten
ary celebratioi.
period has been flMifaff
proclaimed as a time of "thanks
giving, prayer, study and celebra-
tion" by local leaders. Calling
upon Greater Miami Jewry to par
ticipate in the Tercentenary
through their organizations and
through individual participation,
members of the local committee
called upon everyone to partici-
pate in the Tercentenary, "to of-
fer thanks for the blessings be-
stowed upon us in America; to
pray for the continued peace and
prosperity for our country- and all
its inhabitants and to rededicate
ourselves to the ideals of our faith
within the freedom of American
democracy."
Organizations will devote at
least one meeting during the year
to the anniversary program Speak-
ers and materials will be provided
by the Tercentenary Committee.
An art exhibit by American Jew-
ish artists pi the Lowe Gallery
will be sponsored by the partici-
pating groups.
iiw University of Miami orche*
tra will devote a concert to music
by American Jewish artists
At least one community-wide
program featuring a nationally
! known speaker
'and pageantry
Ion a large scale
is planned, prob
ably for January
During Thanks
giving Sabbath
to be known
I I Tercentenary
Sabbath there
will be specia
services to give
thanks for the
pa*t 300 year; Oettinger
and prayers for the''nation for the
coming centuries*
Students in the Hebrew religious
schools of the aWa wilj compete
in essay, speech and art contests
on the theme of Ud.role\of Ameri-
can Mi jthe nation.
Shmnhou will head a committee
which will spend-the year in com-
j piling a history tf Jews in South
Florida. Their work will be the
] beginning of a Jewish archives for
jthe area. Dr. Narot said.
No dates for any of the events
have been set yet. Dr. Narot added.
and other events may be added as
plans progress.
Participating organizations in-
clude American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, B'nai
B'rith (Anti Defamation League,
Miami Chapter, Sholom Lodge,
Women's Metropolitan Council,
B'Ml B'rith Youth Organization
and B'nai B'rith Council!: Bran
dels University Women's Commit
tee, Bureau of Jewish Education.
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Hadas-
ah.
Jewish War Veterans (Miami
' Beach Post 330 and Norman Bruce
; Brown Auxiliary 174), National
1 Council of Jewish Women, Rab-
1 binical Association of Greater Mi
I ami, Synagogues of Greater Mi-
; ami (Beth David Congregation.
! Coral Gables Jewish Center, North
Shore Jewish Center. Temple Beth
! Sholom and Temple Israel), Work-
' men's Circle, Yiddish Scientific
Institute, Zionist Council of South
| Florida and Zionist Organization of
i America (Miami Beach Israel Dis-
itrict).
The Officers and Board Members of
(Cinujregattrm J3etli Karob
The Pioneer Congregation en Miami Beach
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
announce that
reiervations art now being taken to*
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
IN BOTH SYNAGOGUES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED
BlAUJIfUl SERVICES WITH A TRA/NED CM0IR
The seating committee is at the synagegue daily (excepting en the
Sabbath l from 9 a.m. to 9 .m. to help you select
and reserve your seats
SEIICHOSS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, AT MIDNIGHT
**
The
A? i BEANS
MJCCUJ
with the *seal and
Or Jotoph Nret
flfc
Holiday Ball Sunday
Young Adult Group of Temple
Emanu El will hold its annual hol-
iday ball on Sunday night, Septem-
ber 12, 9 p.m., in the Driftwood
Room of the Nautilus Hotel, an-
nounced Irving Scherr. president.
Music will be by Sid Stanley and
his orchestra. Members of the ar-
rangements committee are Bob
Stone, Dave Goldfine. Gerald Roth-
bard. Debbie Graboyes, Kalhy
Rothman. Sue Shepard. Rhoda Ru-
bin. Wilma Fine and Zoe Star.
the words
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Discussion of
Segregation Held
First of a series of "Let's Talk
it Over" meetings on the subject
of racial integration in the public
school system was held last week
at St. Stephen's Church, Coconut
Grove.
Following an old-fashioned town
meeting pattern, the community
heard four panelists from the Dade
County Council on Community Re-
lations discuss the legal, as well
as the more general aspects of de-
segregation in Dade County's
schools.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tem-
ple Emanu El. was moderator for
the panel and the discussion period
which followed.
It is hoped," said Hollis Rine-
hart, chairman of the Council,
"that through calm discussion in-
volving all those concerned with
the situation we can find sonic con-
structive suggestions on making
the transition from segregated to
integrated schools a harmonious
one."
Meetings in other community
centers will be held by the Council
and its 45 member organizations
in order to hear reactions and sug-
gestion* from the core of the com-
munity on the implementation ol
the recent Supreme Court decision
barring racial segregation in the
schools.
The panel included Mr Rme
hart; Marjorie Stoneiiian Douglas,
pioneer Miamian and noted author
Mrs. Charles Williams, national
president "of the Negro Parent-
Teachers Associations; and Rabbi
Lehrman,
To Attend National Seminar
Jennie Meyer, of 6251 S\V 24th
st Miami, will participate in Pio-
Deer Women's third national lead-
ership seminar to be held at the
Lakecrest, StanfordvIIIe, New
York, from September 10-20.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Moderately Air Conditioned, Beautiful Synagogue
935 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
ANNOUNCES
THAT THE OFFICE IS OPEN THE ENTIRE DAY FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO
RESERVE OR TAKE THEIR SEATS, FOR THE COMING
YEAR 571S HIGH HOLIDAY
TO GET THE SEATS OF YOUR CHOICE, OBTAIN THEM NOW !
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
THE OFFICE, 58-1521
The Spiritual leader
Rabbi Joseph f. Rackovsky
Prominent Speaker and Renowned Cantor
KNOWN AS
THE YERUSHALMY
Will Conduct Services and Deliver the Sermons
HYMAN SHER, President SOLOMON AITER, Vice President
SIMON HILL. Secretary
Beach Doctor Gets
Heart Fund Stipend
Work of Miami Reach's Dr.
Maurice Le^ In the AeM *"
r.....arch has won recognition iron
,h American Hear! Usoctotion, >t
wu learned lasl wees
l,r Paul linger. o( Miami Beam
president*!**! oi the Heart Ass.
ciation, announced thai l>r Lev,
director oi research laboratories
.,, mi Sinai Hospital, has receiv-
ed a granl ol $5,000 from the na-
tional l>oil\
The monej i- jpecifically roi .<
stud) oi the conduction system in
<-,,,!!;-mi..iiv abnormal hearts i"-
Unger sail, and it represent a
return to this area from the na-
tional level of a part ol the Heart
Fund collected annually
Zeta Beta Tau
Elects National Officials
I, Reyner Samel ol New York,
was reeladted presidenl ol /eta
|Bets Tau lasl week while the old-
1 est national social fraternity of
Jewish men continued its 56th an-
nual meeting al the Monte Carlo
Hotel. Miami Be,ah
Named vice presidents were
Stanlej I Hsh' 1. oi New York:
Frank Goldman, ol l owell, Mass
i harlea GoJdring, ol Los Angeles;
Richard S Graham, ol New York;
Leonard ll Guldman, ol Denver;
and I A Strasbburgi r, ol Mont
gomer). Ala
jack London, "i New York, was
elected treasurer, and ii
mil oi Clev< land, .<- named sec-
retarj Robert W Reis i I l ini in-
nan. will he historian l ee D l>'
ver, oi New Yi rk wa n named
ral executive secretarj
Supper Party Sunday
Mrs Rachel Sakowitt. president
f Dov chapter. Miirachi Women,
announces a supper party to be
h(,Ul n Sunday. September 12. 6
P m at Beth El Congregation, in
raipAY,
honor of the btrthdj,
Block. Proceed,
Aliyah and the
and Farm School ,
Rabbi Joseph R*
guest speaker.
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Extends to its members and friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
We cordially invite you to attend Hioh Holy Day Services
at our Synagogue
DR. LOUIS I. KAPLAN
and
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will conduct the Services
assisted by the Beth David Choir
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distributed to all worshippers
Skull Cops and Service Programs
distributed to all worshippers
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SEPTEMBER 10. 1964
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Jonah Caplan
in Miami
utiv(. board of Kneseth
IcongreKation. welcomed
Lj Sunday of its new spiri-
Rahbi Jonah E. Cap-
.r, ot ban i>anamio. Tex.
b5* "r-t I**" *tUv
' from Yeshiva Univer-
[with I l>f Miami Jewish
, ,, ition from 1931
"apian <"",es to Kneseth
agregaiion after serving
Erection Rodfei Sholem
itonic He established the
fh Da) School there and
[il such school in the State
paplan previoualy served
t] leader "I Congregation
\.i,,, i, Long Island, for
During that period, he
Men) ol the Long Island
Uic Rabbifjfl) Council of
I president "f the Long
vision "f thg American
inRri' and a representa-
fe national administrative
of the American Jewish
also I jrstj president of
Ksland Zionist Youth Com-
laml al the time he left
iy vice preuient of the
Board of Rabbis, repre-
(ire than 500 reformed,
ve and orthodox Rabbis
lr Ne York, New Jersey
L ..nt.
^plini: the pulpit at Kne-
Rabbi Caplan empha-
|t the future of our re-
pritage i> in the hands of
even as the strength of
tn is dependent upon a
pell-informed youth."
splan -luted that he plans
fcr.d varied program of ac-
lr young adulU here.
I.'.til in Miami accompa-
wife and children.
Mayor Shapiro Puts Off Israel Tour Until Spring
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, returning from a brief va
cation and business trip with Mrs.
Shapiro to Milwaukee. Chicago and
DPhiE Alumni to Meet
several other mid-Western cities, I First meeting of the season for
this week revealed that the good the Greater Miami Chapter
Rev. Rom to Chant
At Hebrew Academy
residents who would visit several
European capitals enroute to Israel
for a sojourn of several weeks
Nathan Ginsberg, chairman of
the house and synagogue commit-
tees of the Hebrew Academy, this
week announced that Rev. Akiva
Ross, cantor, of Brooklyn NY. will
conduct High Holiday services at I durm8 tne Jewish autumnal Holy
the Academy synagogue.
Cantor Ross has been a resident
of Miami Beach for the past four
vears. He was cantor at the Wyona
Miami Chapter of
will tour to Israel he planned for DeUaPhi E^T ^ni^iS"!?
_ K will be on Monday. September 13,
September has been postponed un-. 830 p m at the nome 0f Mrs.
til spring. Joseph Shapiro, 1520 West ave.,
Mr. and Mrs. Shapiro earlier an- Miami Beat*. Plans for the com-
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mation of a limited group of local -------\-------------------------------------------------------
Street Synagogue. Brooklyn, for 12
years. Prior to that, he was cantor
of the Miller Avenue Synagogue,
one of the largest congregations
in Brooklyn, for more than 15
years.
Days.
The mayor said that the press
of business has necessitated put-
ting off the tour.
rtubbi loeaaob E. RackovakY
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od ol Congregation Beth
(II hold a package party
uclid ave.. on Wednesday
loctober 13. 8 p.m.
ItVr. Saizman
To Otlieiate
Temple Beth Sholom, of Lake
Worth. Fla.. has completed plans
I to worship during the High Holy
I Days in the congregation's newly
erected building, according to an
announcement this week by Carl
F. Altman. president.
Joining in the announcement
were William Arnold. L Rosenfeld
and I) Greenberg, members of the
religious committee.
Rev. Joseph C. Saizman. who re-
cently moved to Miami from Sa-
vannah. Ga will be spiritual lead-
er at the services. Rev. Saizman
served Congregation Agudath Ach-
im in Savannah for eight years.
Other activities of Temple Beth
Sholom include participation in the
Lake Worth Hebrew Benevolent
| Association, under the leadership
| of William Arnold and Lillian
1 Winkler.
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
To Hear Book Review
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol-
om will open the season with a
membership tea on Wednesday,
September 15, 12:30 p.m., in the
Temple's banquet hall, according
to an announcement by Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Kaplan, Sisterhood presi-
dent.
Featured attraction of the meet-
ing wil! be a book review by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, who will discuss
Elmer Davis" book, "But We Were
Born Free." Also featured will be
a musical announcement of the
events of the coming year, by
Trixie Levin.
Mrs. Norman Russ will serve as
chairman, and Mrs. Aaron Farr,
hospitality chairman of Sisterhood,
will be in charge of refreshments
and greeting new members. Mrs.
Arthur Courshon. vice president
and membership chairman, has
been working on arrangements for
the tea
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Frances Bloom Becomes Mrs Burton Lcvc>;
In Akron Riles; Couple Will Uvc in Miami
Tlu.ta mu. liberal arts honorao
Gwnma Alpha CM. advertu
and Mrs. David Bloom, of Akron
Mr. Levey's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Levey, 1850 SW ICth ter..
Miami.
Given in marriage by her father.
the bride was attired in a nylon
white satin tulle gown with
Homeiominu
past
secretary.
U'The bride was ate student
senator and belonged to Sigma
Lambda Phi, service sororit)
Mr. Levej Is also a I M gradual
an.| is now a -.'.nor In law S
wnnc saiin iuih- s"-......... jp'l IS ii"" "*...........
i appliques embroidered over ,,(, WM president ol the Muae
_^_j____i,i;n i.,,,-,!,.r.wl Iw ..i i.w., siit'nvi I psll'tli.
Body ami Alpha Sigma Lps'lon
Intertraternitj honorary, m add
tion, he belonged to Omicrom D l-
u Kappa, hlghesl men's honorary,
was a student senator, lav, sen.....
ihi scooped neckline bordered b>
satin flowers. Her tight bodice
to a full skirt and chapel Irani
fingertip veil was formed from
a crown of satin appliques on net
trimmed with seed pearls The
la] corsage was of white or-
ch Is pinned to a white Bible.
Matron Of honor was Mrs. Irving
Bitnick. sister of the bride. Anoth-
er -ister, Miss Ileen Bloom, acted
I maid of honor. Bridesmaids in-
i led Miss Gloria Goodman. Mi-
ami Beach, sorority sister of the
le, Miss Marlene Labinson, For-
. Hills. NY., also a sorority sis-
Mrs. Walter Seidler. Cleve-
I. (>.. cousin of the bride, and
V.. Morton Kawaler. Miami, sister
(i the groom
Flower girls included Miss Diane
nick, of Akron, niece of the
bride, and Miss Wendy Butnick. of
i veland, cousin of the bride
.moid Glantz. Ol Miami, frater-
ni; brother of the groom, served
at Mrs. Levey's best man. Ushers
e Saul Schiffman. Long Island.
N.V.. Sheldon Seamon. also of Long
Is!: ml. Robert lieinian. Brooklyn,
\ "... the groom's fraternity broth-
er Irving Botnick, Akron brother
IW of the bride. Al Butnick.
( veland. cousin of the bride, and
Alan Lupka, ol Westport. Conn .
friend of the groom
. reception followed the cere
j at the Beth El social hall.
I lowing a wedding trip to New
Y k and the Laurel Country Club, school
couple will he at home alter Mr Levej Was I
September 8 at 1800 SW 22nd ave., i! law Epsilon Ph i
mj the Dade I ount) Scl lat
The newlvwecN met at the Cni- terfraternitj Award
versity of Miami. At the U of M. ing fraternit) man ol 1954 He
Levej was treasurer <>f Nu was chairman ol Ihe i i
ipa 'I.hi. hlghesl woman's hon- Miami Honor Council and .
. ry; president of Alpha Upsilon her ol the Pep lub
. social fraternity; associate, For two years Mi Levej
ha Sigma Cpsilon. inter-fratern w|th the tinted States An I
honorary; and Bororitj editor ol n, ,. now a membei ol Ihe
i I War Veterans and VVi N
She was also a member ol Delta sonic Lodge
Mrs. Burton levey
representative and a i
the Dean's Committee al
i
Mrs. Martin Rosmbero
Judith Kdelman is
Rosenberg's |;,'H'1'
Judith Edelman became
,,, Marvin S Rosenbei
the Di Lido Hotel S
I, n Kronish officiated
Edelman, daughter ol Mr
and Mrs Ham Edelman
Euclid ave wore -" '" *
lulle and chantilb lace over
with sweethi
eeves lace pep
th skirl
\ ura ol lai
held her four lien d vet
R '
.- i
and nylon Judith B
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t -!, .
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hotel followe : Ihe cen
\ Las Vegas
ilifon
nn Baj Harboi I
:
\hirilvn Joy Krensky
in Informal WecMinff
,., informal pink and white
,, wedding on Thursday. Sep-
,,,ml,..r2.a. llam Mi^Manlyn
.,, Krensky. daughter of Mr and
Mrs ,. I Krensky. 4895 Deln-
,r, a' e became the bride of
II,im B Smith, son erf Mr and
loseph smith. 1490 Uneoln
' h ,i,ti Leon Kronish. of* Temple
Beth Shdom. performed the dou-
Ml. rmg ceremony, assisted by Can-
to, Samuel Kelemer.
I?1 .. ,., was Samuel S. Smith,
r ol Ihe groom. Maid of hon
, was Judith Lynn Krensky. ms-
tcr ol the bride, wlu.se engagement
,s being announced this week
1 he bride selected a stark white
nylon tulle ballerina-length, off-
the shoulder gown with inserts of
.lique jewels on the bod.ee Her
nn8ertip French illusion WD was
attached to a leweled crown. She
,.,.,, ,| ,, spraj of orchids on ber
tion Bible.
Ml smith presented his hncte
, strand of pearls and match-
,..,., Mr. and Mrs Nat
u maternal giandoareati of
the bride, flew in from Chicago for
' Mtll"'; -------
Ihe bride is a graduate of ftfi-
.,.;,, Beach High School, where she
t,ve in school affairs. She is
the '. niversity of Miami.
he i- a member of Alpha
, Delta frtshman women's
ran and made the dean's
. she is now pledging Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority
v sn i'h i- a graduate of Miami
High sdiooi lecelred his
i cum lauile at
Miami and is I
On a ron Helta Kappa,
net) Iron Arrow, pres-
\ Beta Epsilon. legal Ira
\ |li.. EpsilOB Pi fra-
raiDAY-SEPTEMim,|
We(lsH;in,.s
I Groom is Att3
I Comment K.lr J
j Uw Quartern hflsI'H
| serving as ecretart T
I League of Miami Br-"J.
, is a Mason **
I After a wedding
.home, the couple f|pWJT
| City and | flro^-T
ihoneytnan. !>, ,hep
[Will make their horn*-,
mandy dr Miami Bf-.
Mri. Harry I.
A< lei mans on Cuban 'lour After Wedding
"ir and Mrs. S. Howard Adelman
on a wedding trip to Cuba [ol-
ing their marriage Saturday in
i al Gables Jewish (enter Rabbi
M n- A Skop performed the 8:30
; ceremony.
The bride is thp former Renee
toss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I i- A Ross, 1642 SW 2ist st. Mr
A Iman's parents are Mr. and
part) were Al* in Ross I
Jennifer Ri and rini I*
Leonard
The bride's gown wa
ered nj Ion lulle She won a n ill h
ing headpiece attached lo an elbow
length veil and earned ., I ouquet
of white i lered uith an
orchid
Her attendants were gowned in
trench blue and carried i u n it ions
and orchids The flower girl
yellow and scattered rose petals
from a basket with yellow and
white streamers
A reception al the center fi
ed the cen monj
The bride attended schools in
New York and majored in art She
is active in the (oral Gables Young
Adult Group. The bridegroom s.-r\
ed two years in the Navj
uated in law from the University of
Miami.
Joanne's Troth Told
l'>\ Wcintraubs
Mr and Mr- Ji
North di
the ei
ni their daugl
Mile s Si h apik. -mi ol Di
Mr Daniel l> Schlapil 11
^^i
Mrs. S. Howard Addition
Mrs. Philip E. Adelman, 20 SW
54. h ave.
The bride's sister-in-law. Mrs.
Al in Ross, was matron of honor.
Miss Muriel Schoenberg was maid
< i honor. Lawrence Roseman was
be-t man. Others in the wedding
PERSONALLY
SPEAK I N (i
Mr and Mrs. William Bornstein
of 871 North Venetian dr cele
brated their 41st wedding annivei
sary on Saturday evening with a
dinner at the Shelborne Hotel
tr a
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Friedland,
of Ft. Campbell, Ky.. announce the
birth of their daughter, Beth Rena,
on July 23. Maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Denmark
Miami Beach. Paternal grandfath-
er is J. G. Friedland, of Maitland
Fla.
tfr *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S (.recn
baum celebrated their 25th wed
ding anniversary on September 7
Krensky, (icrar
Betrothal Raj
Mr and Mrs Louulj
49.*>5 I .if. al
engagenuir I their i
dith L) nn I Th.>mHh
ard. ol Mian IWach.
and Mrs Theo. Lit*
rago. Ill
,: i* i
Miami Be.i h Hun SrWl
tended Sophie Neaoaf
1 '^f^"
"'" r.i.f,a
Th, hruleel.,,. .,rulli
ami. Law School H. ,
A December wedd.ng ,s pUm,,
In I.lit"
Miss Ovrofkr Hihmmm
Dorothy Irishman's
Ik-lrolhal to Merton
Minsky Revealed
Mr and Mi. j Martin Fishman,
llardee rd (oral Gables, an-
Ihe engagement of their
ter Doroth) Sandra, to Mer-
lon n Minsk) son of Mr and Mrs.
David Muuky, West Bridgewater.
M
Mi- Fishman, a graduate of Boa-
ton I niversity Sargent College
ol Physical i- location, was presi-
dent of i|,n,.| there. She is now
leaching al West Miami Junior
High School
Mu wa- active in Girl Scout ac-
tiwtie. in Dude County and is hia-
i the Clara Hirsrh Landau
' hapter ol B'nai B'nth
Mr Minsk) received his degree
1 hemiatr) from TufU College,
Medford Mm Hi, fraternity is
Alpha Kpsilon Pi He is president
'' King Leather Products. Brock
'on. M*
He u a member of the American
Leather ctwmista Association and
'- serving on the associate board
"f directors of the VMHA and the
r.mpie Israel Brotherhood In
Brockton
Mill !** t-
New Orleans. U.-jj
member of A CapealJ
,s now a senior at ."'J.
Miami. maj'Tint J" "J
memrx-r ol Alpha ^
soront) J
Mr Gerard rewwjy
or's degn-e in."2Ta
ing the LB^Jj
and graduated *Tjl
eeived his Maten^J|
,1C, t the t"i"
also cum laude
He is a mrnotf]
Miami Bea*
merre l"^bW(-|
tM and Veteran'
For the P ,n.e.
been president ot
dWooing CJ
The cuple r*
married Octobrt
Beach. Fla


SEPTEMBER 10. 1954
+Jurist Fkrkllan
Barbara Pallot and Howard ifelzen i Lewis Bernstein
assaU Honcy|W"; Continue Studies j Wed in Double
King Cereinonv
PAGE 9
double ring ceremony on
L soplembcr 5, 11:30 a.m.,
f. n> Hotel, Miss Barbara
',' Pallot. daughter of Mr.
, [,,.uis E. Pallot. 5O70 Al-
,,,,iMir the bride of How
LCatzcn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
[Katzen, 1543 Michigan ave
on Kronish officiated.
of the entire wedding
:.], and white.
man was Gerald Miller.
Here Helvin Katzen, cou-
he groom, Norton S. Pallot
jl, maid Pallot, brothers of
H, and Fred Singer.
(Norton S. Pallot. sister-in-
|he bride, and Mrs. S. Ron-
pt, also vivter-in-law of the
Here matrons of honor.
Fmai'l- were s>ylvia Perl-
i .in of the bride. Iris
[and Rhoda Berman. Rhoda
and Judy Solloway, cou-
(the brirlo. were in charge
nest book.
Uendants wore hallerina-
icr blue hued empire
- with demi jackets,
! skirts and carried bou-
lilur and white flowers,
r; le elected a gown of im-
frwcled low knot lace pat-
bMrri bodice with scalloped
Br! neckline, long point to
eeves and bouffant skirt
Chanting tiers of misty ny-
I he jeweled lace motifs.
he front and back studded
lull train. She carried
rchids on a Bible.
the bride and groom are
if Miami Beach High
I Mr- Katzen attended the
ui Alabama and is now
Mrs. Howard M. Kalien
Naomi Hadassah to
Open Fall Season
Ihiversit) of Miami. She is
in Alpha Kpsilon Phi
Naomi Group of Hadauah is
activating its fall naaoil with a
membership and reenrollment tea
OB the Alc.i/ar Roof Garden on
Monday evening. September 13. at
8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Arthur Hershbeilf, member
ship chairman, this week invited
- a member of Pi yung married women from all sec-
I'hi fraternity and is al.sojUons "f Greater Miami to attend.
the University of Miami. | Mrs William Lee, liee president
. flew to Nassau for their of the Greater Miami Chapter of
n and upon their return Hadassah, and coordination co-
I 1543 Michigan ave. chairman Mrs Irwin Liss will be
I continue their education j honored guests of the evening.
in charge of the program are
(I Mrs John Lamb, of Los j Mrs. Mot* Cohen and Mrs. Martin
sister and brother-in-law Felder.
nom, flew in for the wed-,____________________
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Simon Seiden. director of Jew-
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full schedule from 10:30 to 11:30
a.m., over station WAIIK.
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on September 5, 2:15
p.m., at the Shelborne Hotel, Miss
Judy Lewis, daughter of Mrs.
Charles Stanley, 735 West 40th st.,
Miami Beach, and Joel Lewis, of
'VVoodmere. Long Island, NY., be-
came the bride of Joe Bernstein,
Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bern-
stein, 5851 North Bay rd. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El. officiated.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. The decor of the
entire wedding was pink and white.
Best man was Joe Bernstein, Sr.
Maid of honor was Mary E. Bern-
stein, slater of the groom.
Ushers included Lawrence Co-
hen, of Greensboro, M.C., and
Richard Backer, of Winston Salem,
N.C.
The bride selected a waltz-length
gown designed in white nylon tulle
| and imported chantilly lace. Her
off-the shoulder neckline was cre-
ated with the lace and blended
down into a long dropped waist-
line, where hand-clipped lace was
appliqued to the large bouffant
skirt.
The tiara was designed of the
same imported lace and hand bead-
ed with imported jewels to blend
with the neckline of the gown. The
gown was custom designed for the
bride by Lloyd Richard, of The
House of Lloyd.
For something borrowed. Miss
Helen I. Degutz lent the bride her
confirmation Bible which was cov-
ered with white orchids and steph-
anotis. Her only piece of jewelry
was a strand of pearls, gift of the
bridegroom.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School, where she
was active in all school events.
She attended the University of
Florida and is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority
Mr. Bernstein is also a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
is an alumnus of the University of
Miami, where he joined Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity. He is presently-
serving in the U.S. Army at Camp
Gordon. C.a.
The couple are planning to hon-
eymoon in Florida. They will make
their home in Augusta, Ga.
tone Al Gluck. Mr Gluck, who has
appeared at benefit performances
for many civic organizations in Mi-
ami and Miami Beach, featured
"I'll Be Seeing You" in tribute to
Mrs. Gray, as well as "Auf Weider-
se!m," "Come Back to Sorrento"
and "Till the End of Time."
At the conclusion of the eve-
ning's festivities, Mrs. Casten pre-
sented Mrs. Gray with a gift in
behalf of herself and her co-hos-
tesses.
Animore
Mri. Jot Bernstein
Mrs. Gray Honored
At Surprise Party
Tenants in the El Vanala apart-
ment building at 1121 Pennsyl-
vania aye.. Miami Beach, united
in a farewell party honoring Mrs.
Minnie Gray, Tuesday evening.
August 31.
Mrs. Gray, long an active syna-
! gogue and women's club member
| throughout the Miami Beach area,
recently celebrated her 73rd birth-
Iday. Known for her prolific letter
writing and thoughtful birthday
and anniversary remembrances by
a host of friends throughout the
! country, she daily devotes many !
hours to this hobby. Her mailing j
list numbers several hundred ,
friends.
Mrs. Tillie Casten was hostess at
'the party supper in her apartment.
| following which the many guests
I gathered in the patio for singing
and entertainment. ^,
Co-hostesses for the event were
i the Mesdames Lena Epstein, Ber-
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and Rose Austrian, all neighbors.
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J*l Washington Urged tflJ^rt^fJfWWfrjfWf1
O O J" .,.. u____h- nose as part of a code ol
ries
of proced-
nUDAY, SEPTEfcgER M,
been called into
>o motioi
rad'o broadctjn'T
test!
Question.
4That no motion picture
vision or radio '
permitted while a
witnr
ss u
Uoes "so that the essential proc-
I
of detecting subversion does not nesa of procedure- he ***>** Zwml 'of "Its power, and that the
lead to the enduring injury of in- vestlgsting the behavior oi his lei- exereW
which define the |
iwcr. and tl
,. .dthough ve-ted
fying. Such publicity. Judg* J*
said, has tempted w.tnesL *2
even Congressmen to p| jft'!?
public spotlight so that ,,*
hearings have appeared to ben*!
spectacles rather than -erioT?
tempts to ascertain fact,
5That individual guilt or i**
ceneeor the meting out ol p
permitted to function with fewer < ishmentshould not concern'aB
than two member-, present, prefer-1 vestigating committee except ,
,bh representing both major poll- j report possible violations of si
. Inu1 I,. I ha. nrnriA, I .....
-it ardent supporters of such in respect to individual guilt or in
ries through adoption and pur- nocence. This
t of unfair procedures which the
.nd and commendable legislative
poses of investigation neither
uire nor justify."
'."he remedy, he said, is a mat-
' for Congress alone to prescribe
ause constitutionally there are
the
should be permitted hi become,
their function "
But it has become "notorious!)
known." he added, "that among the
unfair and unjust consequences of
the conduct of some committees,
not a few innocent persons have
provisions or legal restraints on been charged with subversive activ-
procedure of Congressional ity by accusatory witnesses who
-imittecs. have been heard at length But the
The problem then rests square accused either have not been af
h on the shoulders of the Con- forded an opportunity to be heard
frets itself." Judge Rose said. in defense or, if given that oppor Palestine was formed m Miami to
le told the subcommittee that (unity, are offered it so belatedly aH| the development of a home-
r- inhere of Congress, beyond their that stigma stains the reputa- lan(J for {hl, j(,u,
< sic role as law-makers, are "re- tion of the accused, and the public
--. red to comport themselves as mood, lashed by the times in which
f inspire respect for the laws for we live, impoverishes his rente here whose objectives are the .e-
\ ich they exact compliance from dies" habitation and training of new
the people. Fairness of treatment The problem of 'self-discipline" settlers and youths for a produc-
ed anils of the government is is not unique with Congress. Judge jive life in Israel." according to
xi- heart of the due process of law Rose testified. Theoretically, he |fn Isaac Pushkin, president
- iisrz ass? zx ;;. --.ny, -^n^s ^xwsks
letSKomm.ttee and te'SiTmttbii to witness and riKhts." Judge Hose ,,r|^
n I.',, n tion League ,.r, ... those whose reputat.ons have q, unique society the State m
_ ----------'-------------------------- I not permit its legitimate concent
Rabbi Hurwitz to
Be Welcomed at
Zamora Affair
arrangements have been com-
p*< ted by the officers and board of
: ectors of Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter for a reception-to honor the
C nter's new spiritual leader, Rab-
*i B. Leon Hurwitz. and Mrs. Hur-
/ on Sunday evening. Septem-
12, at 8:30 p.m.. in the con-
gregation's newly air conditioned
1 ilding. 44 Zamora ave Coral
toe.
This day has been chosen be-
c. .se of its significance to the Jew-
people. Abe Ifaloff. president.
lained. "All over the nation.
< ebrations will be held comment-
'.ting 300 yean of American
J. .T) '
Invitations have been extended
', the Rabbinate in the Greater School Program to
..mi area, as well as to the clergy
I other civic and community
lei ders.
Miami Pioneer Women's Organizations
Plan Local Efforts as Season Opens
Sixteen years ago, theiiM local the season's activities of the four
Pioneer Women's Organization for '""' Spiers
Club I
Mrs Louis Beckerman. president ,
ol Club 1. announces the opening,
meeting will be on September 16.
Today there are (our chapter- Thursday evening. 8 p.m.. at Knes- |
seth Israel Congregation, 1415
Euclid ave.
Club II
Club II will hold its opening
f meeting at Kneseth Israel < ongre-
the Greater Miami Council ol I'u. gation auditorium on Monday eve-
neer Women's Organizations | ning. September 13, 8 p.m. Mrs
"Pioneer Women is not a philan \ Bernard Powell, president, will
thropic organisation bul one that present plans for the coming win-
for security to destroy the rights
and privileges of individual citi-
zens, for when the individual ^.
fers needlessly, democracy lan-
guishes. It is both desirable aid
| feasible that a balance be struct
between the two." he said.
ftafcki I. lean Mvrwiti
holds firmly to the idea that La-
bor Zionism is a constructive in
vestment for the new State of Is-
! rael. the bulwark of democracy in
the Middle Bast," she explained
September marks the opening of
Southern Section
Welfare Board
Plans Convention
"The Jewish Community On-
reet the Tercentenary ol the
American Jewish Community." will
be the theme of the ninth annual
convention of the Southern Sec
tion-JWB, which will be held on
Saturda) through Monday. Novem-
ber 6 to 8. in Houston. Tex at
ter activities
Golds Meyer ion Club
Gold! Meyerson Club will serve
refreshments at its opening meet-
ing to be held at Beth El Congre-
gation. 500 SW 17th ave.. Tuesday
evening. September 14. 8 p.m.. Mrs.
Ethel Shore, cultural chairman,
will present a program with Mrs.
Miriam Halperin and Mrs. Rose
riiss
Kadimah Chapter
This group keynoted its opening
meeting Thursday evening, at Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion, 1101 SW 12th ave. with Mr. I
Seymour B Liehman. member Of
the national executive of the Zion- I
i-t organization of America and a i
member oi the Board of Governor!
Ol Bonds lor Israel, acting as guest
-pe.iker His topic was "Thcodor
the Shamrock Hotel and newly con
structed Jewish Communjt) Cen tferzl-Father'of"zioounn.,:
ter
Mrs ( ele Segal and Mrs Sol
Of the Braun announce that plans are
major complete for a luncheon-card par-
institute it- Religious School pro- community in the 11 Southern
Open at Beth David
Beth David Hebrew School will Section, reports that even
The reception will take place in
t main building, and after the-8ram fr"m ,he ,mrd 6rade up with states, between Florida and Texas,
I gram, refreshment- will be ,pn Masses offering courses in He is expected to he represented at
t< ved in the newly completed brew li,nuage. customs aad cen the meeting Among matters dis-
1 Hip Catsman Hall.' i monies and history, according to cussed will be the organization.
Plans and arrangements were an an""cement this week operation and administration of
ier the supervision of Mr Ma-1 Registration wi" continue Sun-1 Jewish Community Centers, during
i. assisted bv Dr Sidney Moss 'day- September 12. from 10 a m to lhe American Jewish Tercenten-
.gram chairman, and the Mes- J2 noon, throughout the week. For- ar>
tj sponsored by Kadimah Chapter
Dr. Walter Borenstein has
just received the PhD degree
in Spanish from the Univer-
sity of Illinois. He is pictured
with hia wife. Audrey, who
was granted a Masters de-
gree in Sociology at the same
time. Native Miamians, they
are the son and daughter-in-
law of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Borenstein. 2426 NE 2nd ave.
Beth Emeth Congregation Hal
Sunday School Registration
Sunday School registration I*
Beth Emeth Congregation is beiej
held daily from 8 to 10 p.m. *
cording to an announcement tsJJ
on Wednesday. September 15. 12:301 week. School sessions held at
Ties B. H. Chesman. Sidney Moss.
nuel Altman. Benjamin Fried-
. n. S. Wm. Locket and Mr. Al
liner.
mal classes will begin on Septem-
ber 13.
National speakers and a dramatic
production specially written for
the Tercentenarv. will high-light
Registration for Sunday School
will again take pktce on Sunday convention In addition to open
morning The Sundav School offers !"f!et!ngf' ,he c,,nl,'rence agenda
a 12-year program of stud\. rany w"' lnc,u workshop- panel (Us-
ing from Kindergarten to Confirm- JJ,swonB- clinics and demonstra
ation. """" "n topics which are of direct
ru i ii concern to Centers Armed Bu
lhe double session program Dro ;_ "rn"" r%
of vides .or the correlation o, exu., S^ff"*"?^JVM "
U>< Shaloma Group of HsMtaBSnb curncular activities during Vchool
y. I be held on Monday. September hours, including arts and crafts,
Shaloma Hadassah
Has Officer Installation
Annual installation luncheon
II at noon, in the Pagoda Room mUsic. dramatics, dancing and ath-
letics
the Saxony Hotel.
Installation ceremonies will be
I low_ed '>; a musical program. dergsfttnpro^mTatoeveilsWe
..Samuel Sakrais pres.dent of ,| Beth ,Klv, {. h
- Greater Ham, chapter, will be by trained toadlen.^ccor(IIngto
V tailing officer. JePome (1 Gordon education dm,.
Irs. Max Gratz and Mrs Harry tor Children 3. 4 and 5 years ol
munities in the Southern area
Kaplan and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Communit] Center, an- es
Peeted to announce the name, of
Daily Nursery School and. Kin- the M,; delegation shorth

/ toff are chairmen for the day
i I have been accepting reserva
t ns.
Jfficers to be installed are the
JVodames Nat Waldman. presi-
i t; Martin Goldstein. David Fur-
I n and Joseph Lateiner, vice
} Udents; Abraham Nathan, hon-
t ry vice president; Maurice Cov-
r recording secretary; Abraham
P. bin, corresponding secretary;
r rence Berkowitz. financial sec-
T''.try.: Herman Popkin. treasurer;
a I Milton Sirkin. parliamentarian.
age, are eligible to attend
Gables Women Launch
Membership Drive
'oral Gabies Chapter ol B'nal
Bnth Women will launch its .,
bership drive with s brunch at the
home of Mrs Bernard Goodman 4"
p.m., at the Canton Restaurant, 809
SW 8th st Proceeds will go for
Moetzet Hapoaloth. the Israeli
counterpart of the American Pio-
neer Women.
Greater Miami Council
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women's Organizations will
meet at Bettys Restaurant. 1414
Biscayne blvd.. Tuesday. Septem-
ber 21. 11:30 am for their month-
ly luncheon meeting."
12201 NW 7th ave.. begin on See-
tember 12. Mrs. Lynn Woods, of
1015 NW 128th ter is in charge ol
information.
Also announced is the sal* <<
tickets for the High Holidays Stt*
ley Clatter, of 1100 NW 128th a.
in charge of information, reaw
that Rabbi M. J. Freedman
conduct services.
>od of Coral Gables Jew- Bu> H,,"-n' dr. on Tnsadai
will hold its first meet- SnaT-s^ T *" 5" Nl"
Sisterhood Opens Season
Sisterhoc
ish Center
ing of the season on Tuesday. Sep- j mVmhersh.p'Tnnounc
tember 14, 8:15 p.m.. at the Cen s'd Biegel is in charge of reserva
ter. Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld. presi ;,,ons
dent, will introduce new commit-1 h-Thkc gr.nup wi" als" have a mem-
Uzar, 3170 SW 4th *t.
activities.
mar
Weaving is one of the popular course* offered in one ojP^
neer Woman's vocational training schools at Hadeia. W*
This training aids in rehabilUation and tends to give *
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nuD*Y'
SEPTEMBER 10. 1954
+Jewls$t fhrkMrm
PAGE 11
UN Head Hit o&AYab'Stateinmt
By ARTHUR L1WIS
JTA
I'NrTFD NATIONSIn his an
Lil report, the Secretary General
ufmaflr Element about Pales-
i,. which has caused a number of
Lomat.c -v.-brows to be raised.
\Z declaration that "the time is
,i vet rip* for a peace settlement
KLlwfen Ihe Arab States and Is-
rael' i-- regarded as extraordinary
.and that is the kindest comment
heard around here. '
This was n<>t some sort of Freu-
Barry Kafea
Barry Kutun to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Barry Kutun. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rubin Kutun. 5980 North Bayshore
dr. Miami, will became Bar Mitz-
vah during Friday evening serv- i
icti of Tifereth Urael Northside
Center.
Rabhi A llcrson, spiritual lead-
ir will officiate. Following the
ceremony, the Kutuns will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat.
At the Saturday morning serv-
ice Ihe B.ir Mitzvah will read the
traditional Haftorah and deliver an
address. Kiddush will follow.
Barry a a student at Miami Edi-
son Junior High School and re-
ceived his religioua education at
Til.nth Urael.
dian slip included by mischance in
the annual report which is to be
considered by the Ninth General
Assembly when it meets here at
the end of September. Mr. Dag
Hammar.skjold is quite categoric,
for he says "I feel that it should be
recognized" as such.
As one Western delegate said
here, the Secretary General's state
ment may be accurate, but it is
certainly not politic. What it does
is to give comfort to the Arab in-
transigeants and let them know
that they need not worry about
their refusal to meet or negotiate
with the Israelis. In the opinion of
many people here, it was an un-
wise utterance by the impartial
head of an international organiza-
tion.
Further along in his remarks on
the Palestine situation, Mr. Ham
marskjold says that "it is the duty
of the countries concerned to put
an end to actions of reprisal which,
in a sinister series of attacks and
counterattacks, have cost many in-
nocent lives and have embittered
the relations between the peoples
of the region." He makes no men-
tion of the original action which
was the cause of the reprisals.
Of course, this may be just an
error but it does make it appear
as if the Secretary General were
more concerned over the reaction
to aggression rather than to the
aggression itself.
Aside from these two faults,
however, the report on a whole is
generally praised here as provid-
fully preserve the right of a Mem-
'.o a bearing under the
Rebekah Lodge Meets
Beginning Tuesday, September
14 Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 9
ter^iatlbn to
Charter."
In another part of the report,
Mr. Hammarskjold says that mem- w,u sUrt lts metings at 8 p.m. and
ng a new approach on many sub-1 ber governments have equal rights'convene evcry second and fount
Jects. Mr. Hammarskjold does not and adds that the "United Nations Tuesdays of each month at their
shrink from expressing his view on must oppose any policy in accord-, new location, American Legion
ance with those principles, not in a ** 1828 Alton rd-
spirit of partiality but as an ex- --------------------"---------
which was raised so sharply by the; pression of loyalty to the Char District Represented
Guatemalan fighting and the Amer-
ican demand that this be referred
to the Organization of American
States.
While saying "that the impor-
tance of regional arrangements ii
fully recognized in the Charter ami
the aprr>priate use of such ar
rangements is encouraged," th
Secretary General nevertheless
makes it clear that the United
Nations has the ultimate respon
sibility. Furthermore, he says that
"a policy giving full scope to the
proper role of regional agencies
can and should at the same time
te^u e r. At the recent Zionist Convent*, n
The Secretary General contin- ,l( the southeastern Region held in
lies: The attitude proper to the Jacksonville. the Coral Gables
Zionist district was represented bj
Morris Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Are
Hurewitz and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Kravitz.
United Nations is thus not one of
neutrality but one of active efforts
to further its most fundamental
purposes."
Such sentiments please the Is-
raeli delegates here for they bear
out their contention about Article \ Kisner to be Honored
35 (2) of the Charter and that Jor-1 Louis Kisner, new director of
dan put itself in the wrong by re-1 education at the Coral Gables Je. -
fusing to accept the obligations of ish Center, will be honored goring
pacific settlement contained in this a reception of the PTA on Sunda...
article during the Security Coun- September 12, 8 p.m., 320 Palerir..,.
cil meetings recently. I Coral Gables.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman officiating. Subject
of his fcrmoR is: 'The Bible and
the Sword War and Love Thy
Neighbor." Mlncha is at 6 p.m
Regular morning services are
scheduled for 7 a.m. Sunday jerv
ices will be at 8 a.m.
temple Sinai of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Choir members will be
presented with gifts. Rabbi David
Shapiro will officiate, with Cantor
Ifordechai Haalman rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the
Weekly Portion.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and preach on the theme: "Fall of
a Titan."' Cantor Fishel Lutman
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy.
tt 9 <*
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
Ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen-
ry Okolica officiating and preach-
ing on the third in a series of lee
tures dealing with "Jews in the
American Colonies." Cantor Mau-
rice Neu will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. asM-ted by
the choir under the direction of
Lucille Moore. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m.. when Rabbi
Okolica will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Sunday services are at 9
a.m. Daily services will be held
7:15 a.m. and 7 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ins services are at 8:30 a.m.. with
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan officiating.
Cantor Abraham Seif will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
A reception honoring Rabbi Cap-
lan and his family will follow. The
Rabbi will conduct a class for
adults at 4:45 p.m. Mincha will be
at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Mr. and Mrs I
Eisenstein will be hosts Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 11 a.m.. when Rabbi Jo-
seph N'arot will officiate and di*
cuss: "Can We Make War More
Humane." Henry 1) Williams, .lr
son ot Mr and Mr- Hnirv l> Wil
liani*. will become Bar Mitzvafa
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening sen
ices at 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morri -
will deliver the first in a series <>i
three sermons on the theme
"Choosing What is Worthwhile in
Life." Saturday morning services
are at 9:45 a.m. when William, son
of Mr. and Mrs Andrew Weiss 23S
San!illane. Coral Gables, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah. He will inter-
pret i he Weeklj Portion Kiddush
will follow, with Mr and Mrs
Weiss serving a- hosts in honor of
their son.
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BETH TFILAH CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening
services al t> p.m. Saturdaj morn-
ing services are at 8:30 am Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky will officiate
and preach on the Weeklj Portion.
Class in "Ethics of Our Fathers
,s scheduled for 5 p.m. Mincha will
be at 5:30 p.m.. followed b) Shalos
Seudos and Maariv
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services al
630 pin Saturdaj morning sen
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi An.
i Becker will officiate an.I preach
on the Weeklj Portion ( lass in
Bible i- al 9 90 p.m followed I)
Mincha at 6:30 p.m Shalos Seudos
will conclude the Sabbath obsen
ance, with Mr and Mrs Joseph
Schwartz acting as hosts
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening servi.....
6:15 p m Saturday morning sen
ices are at 9 i m Michael, son ol
Mr. and Mr~ Albert Rosenthal.
will become Bar MitZVah Th<
enthals will sponsor floral offer
ings Sundaj services are al m
Daily services will be held al 7.30
a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
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theiiturgj Robert, son rt Mr *j
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chapel at 8 a m and 8 30 P m
FRIDAY. SEPTTMurt,
Saturday
at 0 a n
conducted
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION will hold r'ndaj '
senicft al i :
morning services are
Class in Perek
us ii Eisenberg it 5:30 p.m Mln
Cha is al 8 13 p.m followed '<>
Shi..... Seudos Dailj servic
,,i t ;iii .i m and 7 p m
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Pridaj evening services a B .
pm u th i. Leo Heim official
the muMcal P tionsol Ihe litui daj morn
ing services ar. I "' "*""
|ie\ Menu will dlsCUNS the Week
:\ Portion
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:30 pm Saturdaj
morning services arc at 9 am with
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and
discussing: "The Tower ol >
Dream." Dr. Jacob Rosenthal will
serve Kiddush in honor ol Mrs
Celia Schenker. Mincha i- at ti p.m..
followed by Salos Seudos Rabbi
Ever will discuss the Weeklj Por-
tion. Daily services are al 8 DO am
and 6:30 p.m Sundav services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj
evening services at 6 15 p.m. Satur-
day mornini! services are at 830
a.m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic: "Dis-
obedient Children." Cantor Berele
Kelemer will render the rjiu.sical
portions ol the liturgy Class in
Mishna is scheduled for 5:15 p.m..
followed by Mincha and Shalos Sell
do.s. Dailj services are at 7 30 a in
and 6:15 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6.15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 8 a.m. Rabbi Morton Malavskj
will officiate and discuss the Week
ly Portion. Cantor Samuel SalkOW
will render the musical portions ol
the liturgy. Mincha is at 6 15 p.m.
followed by Shalo- Seudos.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will I
hold services Friday at 6 20 pm
Rabbi B. Leon HurwiU will
ciate. assisted by Rev Rudolf F
Brill Services will begin at 9 am.
Saturdaj Rabbi HurwiU will speak
on the Portion ol the Law
a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL wfll hold
Fridaj evening services at 6 pm
Saturdaj mornii at fl
a m Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Sunset senices on
Pridaj evening at 6:30 p.m
urdaj morning services will begin
;,t 9 a m with Rabbi Mayer Ab
ramowiti officiating The Rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Law Dailj services are even
morning al 7 43 a m and <> 30 pm
Prof. Bavley Honored
Prol Hillel Bavlej was honored
Thursdaj evening at a reception
held ill Temple Knialiu El bj th.
a reai hi rs Association of
Greater Miami Prol Bavley, ol
the Jewish Theological Seminar)
of America, is an active contribu-
tor t<> Ihe Hebrew publication,
"Hadoar." and a recognized au-
thority on Hebrew literature.
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Mrs Abe Podvin. 1587 Wash-
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will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. September 11, at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi liv-
ing Lehrman will officiate.
Robert is a student of the Re-
ligious School at Temple
Emanu-El and is in the eighth
grade at Miami Beach Junior
High School.
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MY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1954
trael Put on Spot
Sew Near East Rioting
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mo-i
CC-inoed from Pae 1
I ( trachoma in, an early
t c. wfff admitted/ More-
! ces-inj*.. camp* were set;
int., "farti1 ''African cities,
L -ick were cured prior
L e for Israel. Physicians
L l-rarl Health Ministry were
I help in the processing,
inctor-ueneral, return
om a (our of North African
ters a few weeks ago. At
|tirr<. Tunisia was in a tur-
pr. to M. Mendes-France's
rmt I "I the country's intern
lu[ Dr Btesh found no anti-
II Mlity anywhere; but he
-. instead of the usual
5( -i 60 applicants for emi-
lon'" iM'ael. the numbers had
t. lictween 200 and 300.
! Tunisian political settle-
announced, numbers
r in considerably. These
lull well how fast the
c;.- change, how quiet indi-
l be turned into howling
Matter of seconds,
vi rj wealthy five percent of
. wish population, those
part of the means for
t and sick 40 percent
, west rung of the ladder,
emigrate to Israel, Dr.
;nd; considering them-
} -< nrh citizens, they would
blj i migrate to France, once
:i becomes unbearable
rr. in North Africa. The mid-
i-- mainly people with aca-
ning, merchants and
! servants, would not
- r But the remaining
runt of skilled laborers,
workers, farmers and
i- and the mass of those
. te in the slums they
are the ones who throng the Jew-
ish Agency's application centers.
They are all too poor to pay even
part of rlpeir fares.
But the question of the after
gency transfer" of thensand!
cannot go to Lsrael is now being
discussed by the Coordinating
Committee on Immigration, con-
sisting of Government and Jewish
Agency authorities.
West Miami Plans Social
To Welcome New Members
Reservations are still being made
for seats for the High Holidays,
and officers are in attendance ev-
ery evening between 7:30 and 9:30
p.m. to reserve seats and register
students for Hebrew School, Sun-
day School and Kindergarten at
West Miami Jewish Center, accord-
ing to word this wee!.
A dance and social will be held
on Saturday night for the purpose
of welcoming new and prospective
members. Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
spiritual leader, Morris Marlin,
president, and all officers will be
present to discuss matters and give
information. Music will be provid-
ed by Sammy Lane and his orches-
tra.
! Services Scheduled
Plans have been completed and
I tickets are now on sale for High
I Holiday services at Miami Hebrew
! School and Congregation, it has
| been announced this week by II M.
Drewich, president. Rabbi Simon
I April, spiritual leader, will offi
! ciate. with Cantor Berele Kelemer
j rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy. Students of the Relig-
ious School will assist in the choir.
id.in Sees New Einstein Bock
As Indictment Against Education
Continued f r+m Page %
-peciali/ed knowledgemore closely resembles srwHl trained
.. harmoniously developed person."
< -.sential motivation for thV -phtlostiAier-physicist "must be
Beauty in the highest Graeco Keatwan sense, and U is here
r.nislein's anti-materialism assumes valid fftrm.' As T see it,
r worth of "Ideas and Opinions" lief -"precisely in that, the
;i~ false the artificial schism in reasoning fostered by mod-
ive processes. The book thus serves To destroy a pre-deter-
(I illogical attitude toward science and the scientist by set-
the methodology of a man who pfttbaffiy ranks among the
' valted intellects in the histbry of human civilization In that
Kinstein emerges totally unlike his many contemporaries
. t for whom Locke and Hume are as important as the knowl-
11 hematics.
: -tein would be the first to deny this characterization of him
i cult of individuals is always, in my view, unjustified.'' be
the very beginning of his book, subsequently adding. "Who-
takes to set himself up as Judge in the field of Truth and
is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods." But Dr.
philosophic accomplishment speaks for itself; his feelings
>rm .ils an intelligence of such superiiu-ity that, compared \v*ith it,
-tematic thinking and acting of human beings is an utterly
nl reflection.
.. prototype of the ancient savant, who makes the pretentions
dern technologists, with their compulsive causalties, seem
Dr. Einstein's sociology is at times elemental, it is that the
iliod of expression in "Ideas and Opinions" mirrors the max-
- morality and his deep religiosity stand out sharply in bold
symbolizes the vital proofif proof be neededthat science
phy are one.
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Miss ffvfh Chafferfen
Hebrew High School
Slates Registration
Hebrew High school of Greater
Miami is now registering qualified
students for the coming year, ac-
cording to Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner.
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Mrs. Ratner declared this week
that the Hebrew High School "of-
fers the adolescent a mature ap
proach towards Jewish life by
means of a deeper understanding
of our heritage and creates a fur-
ther step toward future leadership
in the Jewish community."
The Hebrew High School, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ratner. will accept chil-
dren who are graduates of a He-
brew school or have at least an
equivalent knowledge thereof.
The school registers graduates
from the various congregations of
Miami and Miami Beach, with
branches in these two areas. The
Beach branch meets at Temple
Emanu-El, 17th st. and James ave.,
and the Miami branch meets at
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
135 NW 3rd ave. Classes meet from
two to three times weekly after
public school hours.
The school is under the direction
of Herbert Berger, director of ex-
tension activities of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and the faculty
also includes Fred Barad.
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Chatterton
"Old Acquaintance," producer,
Sam Hirsch's new- production at J
the Biltmore Playhouse, opening
TuesdaynigtiK wood screen star Ruth Chatterton.
A native New Yorker, Miss Chat-
terton made her Broadway debut
in "The Great Name" and since
then has been an outstanding fig-
ure in the American theater.
Following a number of Broad-
way stage hits. Miss Chatterton
went to Hollywood, where she es-
tablished herself as one of Amer-
ica's film favorites. Her outstancl
ing performance in "Dodsworth"
earned her an Academy award.
In recent years. Miss Chatterton
has been starring in European
plays and also made several movies
in London. When she returned to
the United States she was signed
for the leading role in Ben Ames
Williams' "Leave Her To Heaven."
After a long four in "Private
Lives," Miss Chatterton next ap-
peared in "Second Best Bed," and
her most recent success was "Id-
iot's Delight." which co-starred Lee
Tracy at New York's City Center
of Music and Drama.
"Old Acquaintance" was written
by John van Druten. who has writ-
ten such hits as "Voice of the Tur-
tle," "I Am a Camera" and "Bell,
Book and Candle."
-Night Must Faii." starring lay I Social Hoard Meet
Robinson, concludes a successful '
two:week run Sunday night. There
are also matinee performances Sat-
urday an* Sunday:*
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
(left) and Judge Theodore
Nelson announce start of a
campaign to obtain 300 new
members for the North Shore
Jewish Center. Judge Nelson
is chairman of the special
drive, which chose as its goal
the figure symbolized by the
Tercentenary year of Jewish
settlement in the United
States.
Beach Division of
Council Schedules
Mount Sinai Approved
For Obstetrics, Gynecology
American Medical Association's
approval of the residency training
program in obstetrics and gyne-
cology at Mount Sinai Hospital was
announced this week by Max Oro-
vitz, president.
Orovitz stated that the Council
Miami Beach Division of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
held a social hour board meeting
to launch the new season at a cof-
fee in the Di Lido Hotel on Wed-
nesday.
Hostesses were Mrs. Jean C.
l-ehman, president, assisted by
vice presidents Mrs. Sam Berlin,
Mrs. Raymond Feiner, Mrs. How-
ard Grove and hospitality chair-
man Mrs. Morton Greenwood.
Board members received gifts of
fountain pens in Council colors,
stamped with time and date of
on Medical Education and Hos-1
pitals and the American Board of j monthly meetings.
Obstetrics and Gynecology approv-1 Officers and members
ed the training program for a
period of.two years.
of the
board who received gifts were cor-
responding secretary Mrs. Joseph
Orovitz also revealed that the j Gleicher, recording secretary Mrs.
hospital received continued ap-
proval for the following training
programs: rotating internships,
residency program in medicine, 3
years, residency program in sur-
gery, 3 years, residency program in
pathology, 4 years, and residency
program in radiology, 1 year.
The residency in obstetrics and
gynecology was the latest to be
Morris Burk. financial secretary
Mrs. Harold Vinson. treasurer Mrs.
Carl Lundy and auditor Miss Edna
Heller.
Other members of the board are
the Mesdames Burton Goldstein.
Ada Joseph. Harold Rand. Alex-
ander Robbins. Sidney Schwartz,
David Catsman. Barney Hodes,
Maxwell Hyman. Donald Rubin.
approved. Orovitz said that Mount Joseph Williamson, Abraham Boox-
Sinai Hospital will continue to
seek approvals in those _medical
and surgical specialties which are
prepared to meet the high stand-
ards of the Ameriean Medical As-
sociation and the specialty boards
Party Opens New
Term at Lear School
An "open house" party Thurs-
day was the signal for the opening
of the 21st year of continuous op-
eration for the Lear School at 1010
West ave., Miami Beach.
Beginning at 2 p.m. in the
afternoon, the staff of the school
led by its director-principal, Ida
Lear, played host to scores of
youngsters and their parents who
annually attend opening day at the
school's grounds which border
Biscayne Bay.
The new auditorium, built at the
closing of the last term, was the
scene for the youngsters' activi-
ties.
Lear School wiH begin its fall
semester on Monday, September
13, and will offer a curriculum for
students of all age groups, from
kindergarten through college and
preparatory classes. Featured in
this year's programming will be
courses in drama, costume design-
ing and mechanical drawing, as
well as the regular academic and
business courses.
An added feature this year will
be a special course in instrumental
music for those who desire it. The
school is now open -for inspection
as well as for registration.
baum. Joseph Duntov, Theodore
Pntikin and Burghard Steiner.
Chairmen are the Mesdames
Saul Herman. Al Braunstein. Ben
Lond. Leopold Schwartz, Philip
Lefkowitz. Harry Orleans, Aaron
Farr, Max Dreyer, David Pollack.
Arthur Triester, Murray Kostoff
and Jerry Lelchuk.
Other chairmen attending were
the Mesdames Donald Murray.
Harry Barnhard, Harold Turk. Al-
exander Li bow, Alexander Kogan.
Herbert Mathes, Irving Lehrman,
Harry Schiff, Ben Z. Ginsburg.
Maurice Serotta, Irving Blasberg.
Jack Levkoff. Harry Faber, Irwin
Garson. Sidney Teller, I. E. Harris.
Bernard Wall, Louis Fried, Her-
bert I.inick and Jacob Cohen.
Students to Worship
Religious School students at
Flagler Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center are being prepared to
conduct their own services during
the coming High Holidays under
the direction of Rev. Leo Heim, re-
ligious leader, and Samuel Hollan-
der, Sunday School principal, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week.
Holy Days Discussed
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center held its first meeting of
the season on Wednesday at the
Center. ""Guest speaker was Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. who discussed
the High Holy Days.

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Letters To The Editor
Editor, The Jewish Floridian: wuh
The Rabbinical Assoc.ation of Greater Miami greets the Jeu.-n
c ununity upon the advent of the High Holy Day season
This the time when every Jew prepares to appear before the
Creator. It is the Jime when the Synagogue. Center and Temple call
t-.erv Jewish heart to prayer and communion with God.
The Rabbinical Association urges all Jews to affiliate IbMMrtvei
With a local congregation, so that the linkage of every Jew with our ,
faith may be a permanent one.
We protest against the fly-by-night mushroom synagogues which
threaten to plague our community. Service- arranged by private in.li
viduab for this period of the year are only a misuse of public funds
ar.d a challenge to the dignity of our faith.
Mushroom svnagogues do not represent their worshippers in the
community, nor do they render religious service during the year. TOO)
., hindrance to Jewish religious achievements.
We plead with those planning to create mushroom synagogues not
to destrov established Jewish institutions which render great service to
all types of Jews, and not to divert the funds and affiliation of Jews
their private enterprise, from bonafide Jewish congregations which
: k forward to this time of the year for the life blood and financial
t.-tenance of their organizations.
We urge everv Jew to make early arrangements and obtain re-er
vatioai for attendance to established religious congregation- only.
Help strengthen the unity, dignity and activity of our faith through
the support of an accredited synagogue, center or temple in our local
community.
The Rabbinical Association hopes that the prayers of united Israel
will be accepted by God and that He will grant us a happy, healthy
New Year.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI
Rabbi Simon April. President
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Secretary
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Dedicated to Jewish Education
Month, the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en presented a special program
2JS "Back to Cheder" at their
first meeting in the Prince Mich,
ael Hotel on Wednesday
Mrs Genhoa Miller, dramatics
llir(,,r "i the Hebrew Academy,
FRIDAY, SPTEMBERft ^
Program lor Education
discussed cheder days jn &_.
Mrs. Sidney Rubino*,tPj*-
dent, heard reports rende~ST
committee chairmen and rev,,*
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the Kitt Plaza Hotel on w!? *
day evening, September 15.
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Torah Temple
Announces Institute
Torah Temple, of 1254 West ave..
Miami Beach, has announced the
: unding of its Institute for Edu-
cation. The first department,
which is ready to serve the youth
: the community, is Torah Tem-
ple's religious school.
Rabbi Louis Ari Cassel. spiritual
Itader of the school and education-
el director, has formulated plans
1. r the opening of classes on Sep-
tember 20. Boys and girls may en-
roll now for Hebrew and religious
ii -t ruction and recreation at the
camptlt of Torah Temple Institute.
Rabbi Cassel announced that
there will be classes for over) age
from-beginners in Hebrew to the
-t advanced. Classes will be
held daily.
Torah Temple's educational pro-
gram also includes supervised rec-
reation for the religion- school
students and afternoon macks. A
child enrolled in Torah Temple In-
BtitUte will be picked up at hi-
public or private school brought
t' Torah Temple Campus, be given
r Ik and macks and then
-. The student may
-pend hi- free time in super-
vised play and recreation while .it
the Institute. Rabbi Cassel explain-
(
Registration will continue
throughout this month and ma] be
if either by phone or in person
at the West ave. address. Bar
M tzvah and Confirmation prepara-
tion will be given the studenta at
i. additional cost to their parents.
Israelite Center
Slates Activities
I-raelite Center Sunday School
session will begin on Sunday. Sep-
tember 12. at 10 am., according to
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. principal.
The Center will hold a Monte
Carlo night of fun on Sunda>
tcmber 12. with George Kessler,
i chairman. Harry B. Silverman is
j co-chairman.
It was also revealed that the
, High Holiday issue of the Israelite
Center publication. "The Echo."
will be ready shortly. Ilene Baro-
cas i- editor and Pauline Silver
man acting a- en editor.
PTA of the Israelite Center will
hold it- fir-t meeting of the year
on Tue-day. September 13. Mrs.
Nathan Fragin i- president. Forum
will be conducted b) Rabbi Morton
Malavsky
New Group Show
At Mirell Gallery
A new group -how i- being held
M the Mirell Gallery. 18 Anthon>
Arcade, Coconut Grove, through
Si ptember 15.
New work- will be -hown by the
gallery group, plus one new comer.
John Kacere. instructor of fine
arts, at the Gainesville Cniversity,
Gainesville. Florida.
Gallery hours will be from 10
until 4 every day. except Wednes-
day afternoon and all day Sunday.
Edmund Weyhe will direct the art
classes, as usual, this season.
Federation Committee to
Meet Tuesday Evening
cutive committee of the
r Miami Jewish Federation
will hold its next regular meeting
on Tuesday, September 14. B:19
p.m.. at Temple Bmanu-EL
Major portion of the meeting
will i- devoted in a review and
adoption of the operating budget
tor Federation in the period 1954
to June 1. 1955
According to Stanley C Myers,
president, various committees have
been at work for man) week- ana-
lyzing Federation- operations and
will lx- prepared to submit a de-
tailed report to the committee.
Good Will Campaign
Revealed in Tallahassee
TALLAHASSEE A campaign
to make every Florida citizen an
"ambassador of good will" as a
mean- ol boosting the tourist trade
got underway thi- week.
Shapiro Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Benja-
min Shapiro, formerly of 2131 SW
20th st.. will take place Sunday.
September 12. at 2 p.m.. on the
Shandiloff Lodge. Jewish People's
Fraternal Order l'lot of Mount
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Kahlii Henry Okolica officiat-
ing Mr Shapiro i- survived by his
Wile, Anna: three -<>n-, Harry and
[rving, ol Miami, and,Samuel, of
New York; three daughters, Mrs
Beatrice Price ol Miami; Mrs Hel-
en Zotosk) and Mrs Tillle Spec
tor ni New York; also two broth
ers, two sisters and u grandchil-
dren Arrangements are in charge
n|" I'..liner- Miami Monument Com
pany Freud- and relatives are
asked to attend
NURSERY ELEMENTARY
KINDERGARTEN HIGH SCHOOL
COLLEGE PREPARATORY COMMERCIAL
CULTURAL COURSES
Registrations now being accepted
Classes Start
Monday, September 13th
Morning and All Day Sessions
* licensed end fujeriented flty
* Outdoor and Indoor Facilities for CUts Imtractien
* Small Classes with Individual Attention
* Spacious Grounds-Swimmina Pl on Premises
* Recommended by-20 years successful admiaistratien by mm
director, Ida R. leor
1010 WEST AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-0606
Approved Member, Private SckI Association of Dode Ce-onty
>T*25s%
Mrs. Pegler Receives
Chamber Courtesy Award
For her "courteous and cheerful
disposition," Mrs. Lillian F Pegler,
private secretary to the vice presi-
dent and assistant loan officer at
the chase Federal Savings and
Loan Association, won this week-
courtesy award of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce.
This week's award, a $25 gov-
ernment savings bond, was made
available by the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank.
Fastow Unveiling
The dedication of a monu
to the memory ol the Lite Maurice
Fastow, Cormerl) ol itH4 Pennsyl
vania ave will take place Sunda)
September 12. 1 p.m.,
Sinai Memorial Park (.meter
Fastow i- survived bj hit wit-
Anna, two sons, Albert and Irv-
ing; lour listers, one brothei
one grandchild An I are
in charge ol Palmer- Miami Monu
mc-nt Companj Friends and rela-
tives are a-ked to attend

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)AY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1954
LEGAL NOTICE
~7Zc COUNTY JUDOCS' COURT
iSn FOR DADI COUNTY,
u. 334Q48
P^T1CE1,TO,-,iR^TOR
L hi fredlinrs and All Persons Hav-
t", cIsTnis or Demands Against Said
, v.'.Il and BCl "t >ou are hirrby
..j and rcuulred to present any
i'uis and t'%..,r of vim. may have again*! the
Irate eJ 1IKNUV J. DAVIS, deceased
r1'"'-. .. i ,-....ote I-lor Mo In lh>
( Dad'' County, Florida, to the
lonnrable County Judges of Dade
,,mly and file the aame In their
S' l the County Courthouse In
_5* County, Florida, within eight
Llri dar months from the date of the
^..'publication heteof. Hnld rlalma
. ,i, iimiuIk I" contain the legal ad-
E, .>f the claimant and to be sworn
I. .nil titrrriiO'il aforesaid, or same
f,|t he barred See Flection 733.16 of
V, IMI I'robalc Act.
flute August 23rd, A.n. 1934.
ad/ IVAN C, HAVIH
As Administrator of the
FM.it c Of
HENRY J. DAVIS, Deceased.
JHKOOORE I SAK0W1T7.
attorney for Administrator
I S-ybold Hldg.. Miami 31. Florida
[[.; J/.1-I0-17 _^^_____
, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM
ILEVENTM JUDICIAL CIHClllT OF
IiORlOA IN AND FOR OAOE
OUNTV. IN CHANCERY *4o. t717eo
1>ITH NEI4WN, I'Ulntlff.
llTEK NBIiJQN, I>efendnt.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mil I'KTER C. NKLWON
vJe Mis Fiusan Nelson
Relvldere Avenue
11ford, Mew Jersey"
IYou are hereby ordered and required
i i. cop) of your answer t'i the
|ll i mplalnl for divorce, a ci.j.y
J ahlch i- enclosed herewith, on
lalniilf- attorney and file the orig-
u| m Hie office of the Clerk of the
In nit Court of Hade County, F'lor-
L on or bel..... the 20th day of Sip-
[ II othorwlM the alligations
Saul lull will I" taken ua confeaaed
J \. [I., I; August 17. lS'it.
r. ii lkatiikhman,
i i.ik of the Clicuil Court
kMI'KI. I HAM'
j' I'l.imtlff
I mid lluilding. Ml.uni 32, Ha.
3-10
LEOAL
IC.1
uu jt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY OfVKN that
the undci signed, desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the ftctitloos name nf
LCCILLK (IRItilNAI.s OF MIAMI at
117 N.W. 2nd .. Mutml. Intend. "
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit .'nun of Hade County,
Florida.
CIIAINCKY STUNK-
thbodorr n.afecS',KN- ISC-
Attorney for Applicant
8/20-27 S/3-10
JmistifhrkHan
PAGE J5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
J.OTICK is hekkiiy GIVEN that
ned, )- irlng to engage in
hi i. r the fictitious nun.. ..f
. JTRI CTION CO (Not
i :. \\ Ind Av Miami,
, til to n gM n inn- with ihe
..I Ihi I In .ii Court of Dade
k. da
Kill I. M.Ni:il. |
JOHN R. KE1 SKI: 231*
ItollKRT K I.Ki: .
iERICK Ii Ji H.l.Y 20';
IN 7. wiit a KRAVITZ
|t<'in.\.- fur Appitoanti
) I'l'lg.
.1-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fciVTIt'K IS HEREBY tllVHN that
lerslgned, desiring to engage In
sincss iindei I In fictitious name of
i'KI, (1.i:a.m:HS. at 714 B.W, 22nd
ime. Miami, Klorlda, Intend to reg-
er aald name with the Clork of the
hint Court of Hade County, Klorlda.
'MKIth KI-Ail
KITH KLAM
fNRY M CAIN
.ornej foi Apidlrant
Is w Ki.,rlr Kt Mtaml. Fla.
7 I ^1-10
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
JUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17172t
l.MII.KS TOMS, I'Ulntlff
JSA li'MS, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.I.I.- \ Ti i.MS
n llot.l ilarde
imbui Avenue
N. llaven, Connecticut
il MtK HEREBY RBQUIRBD to
e a i i \ of your unswer to the
j! Complaint in the aliove cause
envoi ..n the plaintiff's attor-
ilie 01 Iginal In the i It-
'll i k of the circuit Com t.
Hi.- Nth day of Kept.m-
l otherwise said Hill of Com-
^ I taken as confessed by
li
Ihli li'.th day of August. 1$54.
i: It. l.KA IIIKKMAN,
Cl.rk of Circuit Court
I .ole County. Elorlda
H> w.M \v RTOCK1NQ,
H.puty Clerk
Ens, IIKIMAN A KAI'LAN
rneya for Plaintiff
I iiMmik. Miami 32, Fla.
9 :i-lo
IN COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 31366 A
HE: KSTATK OK
SAI1II-: SCHI.lsSl.i:it. Heceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herebj given that I have
filed nu final report and petition for
? inHl lelKharge as Administrator of
the estate of HA OIK scin.l'ssKIt.
deceased; and that on the 1st day of
Ortotwr. 1;.4. will apply to the llmi-
oraulr W. FRANK HI.ANToN. Coun-
ty Judge of Hade County, Florida, fur
am>rval of aald flint- report and ur
final dlsrhaige as Administratrix of
the Estate of SAOIK SellLUoSKK,
deceHm-tl.
This lih day of August, lt.'.l.
jobkVihne sell l.rssER
KOVNKK MANNHEIMBll
Attorney, for Administratrix
t/10-27 S/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 17176
ROME C. HAKRjS. a widow, 1'laintlff,
vs.
COIW WIMJAMS. a Free Dealer;
UUY C. RECTOR and...........
RB'Tiilt. hie wife. If married, or If
either or both are dead, all unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
lieniirs. ieditors, trustees or other
claimants by, through, under or
against them; anil all persons claim-
ing any estate, right, title or Inter-
eat In. or Hen upon, the real prop-
erti herein described, Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: ROY c RKt'TllR and
RECTOR, his wife, if married,
or if either or Imth ore dead, all
unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
' i. lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or other claim-
ants by, through, under or
against them
Residence I'nkmiwn
TO ALL OTIIKIt PERSONS
having or claiming any estate,
ilaht, title or Interest In, or
Hen upon, the following de-
scribed land, lo-wlt:
l.ot 2:1, iii.sk k. ihscaym:
Pi IINT, .i.i -ii.ling to the Plst
thereof, recorded In I'lat Book
II. at I'age It, of the Public
Record! of Dads County,
Hoi Ida.
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action has l*en i-oinmenced
against VOV, and you are ordereil and
required to file your written appear-
ance In said proceeding on or before
Ihe 20th day of September. I'ail. in the
above styled cause now pending in
tin- tlrcult Curt of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit in and for Dade
County, Florida, In chancery, by filing;
the original of your appearance with
the Clerk of this Court at the Dade
County Courthouse. Miami, Florida,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
Plaintiff's attorney, I1EOROE J. TAL-
IA.NOKK. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach. Florida, and In default of said
appearance, a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you. The relief
sought la the above cause is to quiet
and confirm the title to the above
described land In nod to the Plaintiff.
HOSK C -HAHKIS. and to cancel and
discharge that certain mortgage as set
forth In the Complaint filed herein.
Dated at Miami,-KmrWa. this 17th
day of August, 1954.
E. B. L.EATHKRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. JR.
(seal) Deputy Clerk (seal)
OBORGE J TAUANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
4L'0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
8/20-27 9/3-10
NOT
OTII
ii.. I.
in. .-
turn
I
BXIlY
lion .
w
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-mned, desiring to engage In
ii.I. r the fictitious name of
n LEATHER CLEANERS.
w .'2nd Avenue, Miami. Dade
I .i Intend to register said
nil the Clerk of the Circuit
l Hade County, Florida.
iiMKR A. KLAM
111'Til KLAM (Hole Ownere
M c.\|\
f..r Applicants
Elagler si., Miami. Fla.
17
NOTI
|tt)Tlt'
nu.I.
fUl.N'Y
ul \l
I
Dull .
RKIl
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HERKIIY 41IVEN that
lesliing to engage In
null i Hie fictitious name of
sin IPS. at 710 Lincoln
ami (leach. Intends to reg-
l name with the Clerk of the
hi of Hade County. Florida.
Ki'CA coni'EK, Bble owner
l-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
d, doatiing to cnga*e In
Ii r the fictitious names of
'' I'llST, HOTKI. DITPONT,
hotel, at 210 29th
Miami Beach. Florida. In*
> .aid names with the
' the circuit Court of Dade
n.ulda.
SKA ISI.i: HOLDING CORP.
DAVID R. HOCHBERG.
iv v ,. President
1N|.l: A MANNHEIMEA
"""v. for Applicants
~ VI-10-17
D
Irk .
kin-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 172043
I.EItoY WII.KKHSoN. Plaintiff
vs.
CLARA W1I.KKRSON. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CLARA VVILKERSON,
c/o Hurley FNirnlce
Iliiselhurst, Miss.
You, CLARA WILKKItSON. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed.
against you, and you are renulreil to
serve a OOP) of your Answer or PL-ad-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. HEN ESSKN. S23
Seybold Blilg.. Miami, Fla., and file
the ... Iginal Answer or pl.-adlng In the
Office of ihe Clerk of she circuit Court
on or before the L'Tth day Of Septem-
ber, 19"i4 If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment b\ default will he takes against
you for the relief demanded in the BH1
iif Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ICsh day of August, A.D.
l*i' K It. I.EATHKItMAN.
Clerk, I'ln ull Court.
Dade County, Klorlda.
Bv M C GREEN.
(Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Clerk
DEN ESSEN
Attorney for 1'laintlff
/J7 /-l"-IT
LtOAVL erOTlCi
,N THE' dtndO^ZB&rbFTtt
VZV^lCLAl- CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 172097
MARGARET VALIANT ROGERS,
Plaintiff
vs.
JAM EH I. YON ROGERS. JR.
I of. II.1,1 III
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JAMES I.YON ROGERS, JR..
1.04 CarrMton Avenue
Uuxt..ii. Baltlinoie, Marvbind
YOI- ARE HKRKBY MiTIHEI)
thai a Rill of Cnmplalni f..i Dlvorec
has been filed agalnit you, and you
are herehj rdqulrsd to serve a OOP)
of your answer or otherwise plead to
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on
the attorney for the Plaintiff. AARON
MT KANNKR, 239 Homeland Building.
Miami. Klorlda, and file the original
or such answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County, Flor-
ida at Miami. Florida, on or before
the 4th day of October, IM4
If M>U fall to do so Judgment by
default Will be taken agalnsl >ou for
the relief demanded in the BUI of
Complaint for IMvorc-
Dated at Miami, Florida, this J7th
day of August. 1:.4.
f:. b. leathf:rman,
Qi rk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Dcuuty Clerk
AARON M. KANNEIL KStj.
*tArney for the Plaintiff
239 Hhoreland llldg., Miami, Florida
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Al. ASH ABB SCRAP IRON AND
Ml I \ i. I loilda corporation, at
L'ns 4h Street, Miami Beach. Flor-
id i intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Klorlda.
AL ANf) ARE. INC
IU ABE N GOODMAN. President
STANLEY -"'Kl- LEVINE
Attomoi for Al And Ab.-. Inc.
9/1-10-17 -^4_____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
MAYKHS and BOBBINS, at 1102 t'on-
' :Mk Miami. Intends to register
..id name with His Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dud. County. Florida.
1 It MAYERS. Sole Owsssr
l/M-H /-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
miticf: IS IIKHKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
EVER RKADY WATKIt HEATER
MF>; CO at 0 N.W.- 14th St.. Mi-
ami, Florida, intend to register ihe
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN STRAUSS
URACK STRAUS!
9/3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. r.ign.-.l, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE STI'MO CRAFT SHOP, at 110*
Grand Ave.( Miami, intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
LOUIS AMOROSO III. Owner
MARLOW, B1NNAMON & MARLOW
Attorneys for Applicant.
mm-". Langford Bidg.
I : 10-17-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business, under Ihe fictitious name of
BUSTER'S BAR, n Mi W. Flaglsr SI .
Intend to rei I name with the
clerk oi the Clrcull Cowl ol Dade
County, l- lot Ida
ELIAS \v KEAN
EVELYN KEAN
KE8SLER X- GAR8
AttotBeyi for Applicants
I7M W. F'laul.r
8/27 9/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice ih herkby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STANLEIGHS, at 2114 Ponce de
lawin Blvd., Uoral Gables. FTa., In-
tends to regrtster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
STANLEIGHS COVE. INC.
(A Florida Corporation)
J/J-10-17-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172202
SEYMOUR FRIEND, Plaintiff.
vs.
E8TELLE FRIEND. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: KSTKLLK FRIEND
lS'in Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, Men York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
es! to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the mil of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, STAM.KY
JOEL LEVINE, Ml Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 4th day of October, W.4.
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against %.-o for tin-
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWIBH F Li iRIDIAN.
DONE AND iiRliKREH at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of August. A.D.
F. B. l.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
I tde County, Florida
B) It II KICK, JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
STANLEY JOEL I.KVINK, ESQ..
Attorney for Plaintiff
ft". Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FUV
8/J-10'17'*4
, l\c*?o <14b\^ fictitic
U1UC I A ...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 171S1S
ADOPTION OF MINOR CHILD,
CeTRTIS MICHAEL SESSIONS
NOTH'K BY ITBI.HWTION -----
TO: PARK TRAMMEL SESSIONS
2315 North Fifth Terrace
Birmingham. Alalmma
PARK TRAMMEL SESSIONS
c'o Seaboard Air Une Railway
Birmingham. Alabama ____
YOU ARK HKRKBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for the adoption of the
minor child. CURTIS MICHAEL SES-
SIONS has lieen filed on behalf of Ihe
petitioner, THKoDoltK J KOWAL-
ESKI, and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your answer to the
petition on petitioner*! attorney.
RICHARD KKIK'IKR KINK. IU' I on-
press Building. Miami. Florida, and to
file the original In the office of the
cl.rk of the aboxe Court on or before
the 28th day of September. IM4, 0* a
default will be entered against iron.
DATED: this IMh day of August,
E. B l.EATIIKRMAN.
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. C GREEN.
Seal) Deputy Clerk
t/n-n /-!
. OUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARNOLD'S FASHIONS, LTD, al CSJ
Collins A vs., Miami Beach, Fla.
I Sherry I rontenac Hotel Bldg.), In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK ZVYIBEL
JOSEPH ZEMEL. Ally.
'il'.'. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
8/27 9/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CADILLAC COSMETICS AND PER-
KITMES. at 1.-.U6 g.W, Kith Avenue.
IMend to register said name with the
I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count), F'lorlda.
HARRY KLEIN
___ N GEORGE ZIKGLKR
MORTON M BETOEL
Attorney for Applicants
II \V. Klagler St
S/J-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WALTHALL'S SUNDRY. at 184
N.W. 27th Avenue, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
IKMAR FRED PICK
Hole Owner
KE8SLBR eV GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17X2 W. Flagler St
J/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
L. C. HUGHES and L. c. HUGHES
SERVICE STATION, at 2XIHI SW 27th
A ve Intend to register said name
with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
TIB l.MAS ,1 UATSl IN
HAKKIK HUGHES, Sole Owners
HERMAN BRETAN
Attorney for Applicants
71 \V Fl.igl.r St.
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiid- reigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
\ .v- a DISCOUNT AGENCY, at 37
Ni: 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name weIUi i lie
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ALBERT A. SONTAG
LEO ACKERMAN
MAX II. SILVER
Attot ne) for Appltcantf
MS Seybold Building, Miami 32, FTa.
J,2U-27 9/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LORD DANIKL SPORTSWEAR, at
327 West Flagler Street, Miami, hln..
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klorlda.
NATHAN ZWITMAN
ALVIN H. LEVKNSON
HAROLD STRUMPE
Attorney for Applicants
i4T Seybold Building
9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE'IS HFiREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
luisiness under the flctltloui* name of
HALLMARK LABORATORIES, at
7772 Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami
P.each. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BEATRICE n MAIITKL
Sole Owner
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERKBY GIVEN thai
the undersign.il. desiring to one
business under the fictitious name of
I'l.i IRIDA MOTORS, at 14X3 N W
36th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends
141 regist.i s.iiil name with the cl.rk
of ihe Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
i- lot ida.
1 LORIDA AUTO BALES, INC.
9/10-17-24 lo 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEIti:ilY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business und.r the fictitious name of
IIAI.IJilARK LABORATORIES, al van
West Avenue, Miami Hem Ii. Florida,
Intends to register said name ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol D.nle
Counn, Plorlds
DR. HARRY GBRBHON MARTEL
Sol.- Owner
/I-l-I7 :'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN II ;
the undersigned, desiris>- to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MORI CRFCDIT JEWELERS, at 7' '
N Iv 2nd Avenue, Miami. Intends i
register said name with the clerk f
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LARRY L. WHITE
GEORGE CHERTKOF'
Attorney for Applicant
Olympla Bldg.
l/M-fl 9/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl it
the undersigned, desiring to engage i
business under the fictitious name
H & It INVESTMENT, at til N
Sth Street, Intend to register s- '
name with the Clerk of the Circait
Court of Dade County. FlorMn.
eli rosowsky
morris b. horwitz
Morton m. bkigki.
Attorney for Applicants
II W. Flagler BL
s/J-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN tl..t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
JOYKTTE AITS, at 2900 W. Flag
SI intend to register said nairo ^
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol D-
County, Florida.
JOSF7rH & YETTA WINIII
Side Owners
KKSSI.KK A GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17*2 W. Flagler St.
9/3-HI-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN tht
the undersigned, desiring to eng
luisiness under the fictitious name of
MIAMI METAL SUPPLY, at H I
N.W. North River Drive, Miami. FT
Ida. intends to register said na-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Co
of Dade County. Florida
MAX \V. TEMCHIN
KATZENTINE, HECKERL1NG
A: WHITE
Attorneys for Miami Metal Supply
* 27 9/3-10-17 __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I
the undersigned, desiring to engage
buslneai under ihe fictitious name '
s'PORTIES Of MIAMI, at III N
82nd Street, Inti mi to i egjster -
name uitli the I'lerk of the c!
Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
CHARLES TeRMIN -Vr,
f:sther kassab
robert j lew1son
I for SiMirtles of Miami.
9/10-17-21 10/1__________ ___________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP
TAX DEED
File 51580
Notice Is hereby given that NA-
THANIEL W. SIBGEL and Jll. S
I'KARI.MAN an undivided one ha
Ulterest each, holders as -
rili of Miami Tax Sale Certificate
Numbered MI7, dated the 2nd day of
June, A D lS-'.2. has filed said Cert
cate In my office, and has made ap|
cation for lax deed to Issue theri i
m accordance with law. Said O
cate embraces the following descril- l
property, situated In Dade Coun;/,
Florida, to-wit:
Lot II, Block 46. Silver Bluff
Kstates Section C, Plat Boo!:
10, IHige i, in the City of Mi-
ami. County of Dade, State o!
Florida.
The assessment of said propertv
under the Certificate Issued was a
the name of Unknown. Unload ssid
Certificate shall be redeemed aocorl-
lug to law, tax deed will Issue there -i
on the Ith day of October. A.D. II
Dated this 1st day of Septemb-::,
A.D. 19C4.
E B. I.F1VTHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dads County. Florida
By N. C. STERRETT,
(Circuit Court Seal) DepUt) Cli '
!i .1-1(1-27-24 10/1
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