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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27Number 28
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\dan 'Determined' To
Ind Border Infiltration
kVIV (JTA) Brigadier meeting, to be attended by offi-
Mardecai Makleff, Chief cials of both countries, was sched-
of the Israel Army of uled Plans were also to be con-
said this week that he [ certed for cooperation between the
the position taken by Jordan and Israel forces to prevent
authorities at a top lev-[border violations.
: Israel meeting and their
Bf active measures to pre-
Itration of Israel territory
from Jordan.
ael defense chief said that
No War
Doubt that the incidents which
occur on the Israel-Arab borders
can lead to a full scale resumption
of war between Israel and the Arab
Agency Expansion Is Urged
JERUSALEM (JTA) The ex- Jewish traditional education in or-
pansion of the Jewish Agency by der to prepare psychologically
inviting several outstanding non- and morally every Jew for ulti-
Zionists to join the Agency's ex- mate settlement in Israel
ecutive was advocated here Tues-
day by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, ad-
Owtlint Reorganization
Joseph Sprinzak, Speaker of the
dressing the plenary session of the Israeli Parliament, told the meet
Jewish Agency in whieh the presi- ing that in order to meet new con-
dents of all Zionist groups in the ditiona it is necessary for the Zi-
Lnited States are participating. j onist Organization to convert its
Premier Ben-Gurion, addressing structure to include not only the
the same session, advocated the Zionists but all of the hundreds of
merging of all Zionist parties into thousands of Jews who assist Is-
Id be improvement in the [ countries was expressed at a press \ territorial Zionist federations into rael. Such an organization, he add-
i situation if the Jordan
implemented their com-
The meeting, held un-
Dhairmanship of UN truce
ajor General Vagn Ben-
ught together at Govern-
ise, in Jerusalem, for the
lie in many months, top
d Jordan commanders to
le border situation. Brig-
neral Moshe Dayan, head
[operations, led the Israeli
nd Brigadier General En-
el Adam, of the Arab Leg-
ral Staff, the Jordanian.
jiir hour session was con-
what was described as
sphere of cordiality. The
spokesman said his gov-
was determined to halt
|er infiltration. The Israeli
Dmised the full cooperation
: Israeli forces. A further
ial Security Aid
rations May Be
d In June, 1956
IINGTON (JTA) The
voted this week a $5,318.-
authorization for Mutual
Activities in 1954 in-
approximately $65,000,000
conference at the United Nations
by Lieutenant General William B.
Continued on Pago 4
V
Ike Refugee Bill
Given New Life
On Capitol Hill
WASHINGTON (JTA) Person
al intervention by President Eisen-
hower has shattered the "freeze"
into which Senator Pat McCarran
had succeeded in placing the Ad-
ministration's bill to admit 240.000
refugees into this country over the
next two years, and ensured speedy
reconsideration of the measure by
the Senate Judiciary Committee.
As a result of
tion, a committee vote to postpone
consideration of the bill was over-
ruled and a decision taken to bring
the bill to a committee vote. Ad-
ministration supporters were con-
fident last week that they would
muster enough strength in the com-
mittee to report the bill out to the
Senate for action.
President Eisenhower, it was
learned, informed influential Re-
publican senators that the admin-
which all persons who support Is-
rael could be organized, while the
Zionist organizations would con-
tinue to represent only organized
Zionists.
The Israel Premier emphasized
the "personal responsibility" of
every individual Zionist to Israel,
indicating that every Zionist must
ed, must fulfill three functions:
1. It must assist politically and
economically in Lsrael's consolida-
tion and prosperity; 2. It must work
for Jewish education throughout
the world; 3. It must strive to make
Hebrew the language of world Jew-
ry.
According to the proposal out-
ultimately strive to settle in Lsrael, lined by Mr. Sprinzak. every pur-
and to contribute to the upbuilding
and consolidation of the state. He
also urged intensified Zionist and
1 but at the same time
an amendment to cut off istration regarded passage of the
bill as vital in US psychological
warfare operations aimed at en-
couraging anti-Communist ele-
ments in the Soviet satellite coun-
lire MSA program through-
world in two years' time,
[surprise Senate amendment
MSA to start ending both
Bnomic and military phases tries.
erations on June 30, 1955.
^rations must be terminated
1956.
[authorization bill is the Sen-
Dr. Nahum Goldmann
. advocates expamion
chaser of a shekel, as well as con-
tributors to drives for Israel, would
be eligible to participate in elec-
tions for the World Zionist Con-
gress, and the Congress would elect
the executive bodies of the Zionist
movement.
Mr. Sprinzak said that there was
a reason for the continued exist-
ence of the Zionist parties and
trends in that they could deepen
their ethical and ideological values
without having any special rights
or organization status within a lar-
ger Zionist organization. This, he
asserted, was a natural develop-
ment of the Zionist organization
after the establishment of the state.
Monday night, Levi Eshkol, "Is-
raeli Finance Minister and head of
the Agency's Colonization Depart-
ment, gave the executive a detail-
ed report of the agricultural pic-
ture. He reported that some
Slate Final Approval On
Bonn Reparations Law
The President even had a per-
sonal conversation with Senator
McCarran, seeking to persuade that
ion of a $4,998,000,000 bill' inveterate foe of immigration to
previously by the House, relax his opposition to the meas-
T- *!. unfV,S Sf"ft? McCarran, however, remain-
jns in behalf of Israel. Dif-
a between the two bills will ** adm*nt "< M later the
lved in a Senate-House con-1tne President had not "sold" him
on the measure.
BONN The bill for the pay-
ment of more than 4,000,000,000
marks ($952,000,000) damages to
Jews and other persons who were
persecuted by the Nazis, which was
passed last Thursday in the Bun-
destag, the lower house of par
liament, will come up for final ap-
proval on July 17th before the
Bundesrat, the upper house, it was
learned here.
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imy-eyed tots listen to a story In one of the many modern kinderartens established and
intained by Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Oranization of America, and its
er orrmteatinTv the Workina Women's Conn"" 'Moetxet Harxxtlot) in Israel. Ein Kerem. on
outskirts of Jerusalem, is the kindergarten which Wd established by Mrs. Rahel Ben Zvi.
Lady of Israel and founder of Pioneer Wc men._________
Some objections to certain fea-
tures of the bill may yet be rais-
ed at the Bundesrat, but it is none-
theless expected that the bill will
be enacted in August and will en-
ter into effect on October 1st. It
is understood that the Social Dem-
ocrats, who are strong supporters
of the bill, are already engaged in
preparation of amendments to im-
prove the deficiencies of the meas-
ure. Before proposing these amend-
ments, the leaders of the Social
Democrats will discuss them with
a group of Nazi victims.
Compensations to Nazi victims
under the bill, as adopted by the
Bundestag last Thursday, will be
paid over a period of ten years.
Loss of life would be compensated
with pensions for survivors. Dam-
age to health would be paid for at
a minimum rate of 30 percent of
the victim's normal earning ca-
pacity. Former concentration
camp inmates would receive the
equivalent of $37.50 a month for
the terms of their confinement.
The Communists voted against
the bill in the Bundestag. The
Free Democrats were split with a
majority voting in favor of the
bill. Most of the deputies of the
lavarian Party and of the German
'arty either abstained or voted
.gainst the measure. The bill pass
d by the solid majority of the
votes of all the Social Democrats
and a preponderant majority of
Chancellor Adensuer's Christian
Democrats.
Framior Ben-Gurion
. territorial federations
4,000,000 dunams (1,000.000 acres)
of land could be cultivated in the
near future and that after a while
the hilly regions and the Negev
would yield an additional 1,000.-
000 cultivable dunams.
A total of 3.400.000 dunams are
now under cultivation, including
1.700,000 dunams of irrigated land.
Some 1.500.000 dunams are being
farmed by recent immigrants, Mr.
Eshkol said. He reported that the
Agency had planned to establish
50 new colonies this year but that
the plan could not be carried out
because there were too few candi-
dates for settlement.
Foor-Yoar Plan
In a special section of his re-
port, Mr. Eshkol outlined a four-
year plan for the colonization of
the hilly regions. He said the total
cost of the plan would be 81,515-
000 pounds, of which the Agency
would provide 71,315,000 pounds
and the government, 10,200,000.
At a press conference Tuesday,
Dr. Goldmann told newsmen that
Israel had entered a state of con-
solidation. "Israel has accomplish-
ed more than any other state would
or could have done in the field of
immigration and more than she
herself was able to do," he declar-
ed. "Therefore the present de-
creases in immigration can bring
only good results.
Katzen Says Dulles
Is Neutral In Arab,
Israel Controversy
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
indicated this week that he is
neither pro-Israel nor pro-Arab in
the course of a talk which he had
in the State Department with Ber-
nard Katzen. New York lawyer,
who was an active political worker
for Mr. Dulles when the latter
ought election to the Senate in
1949.
"Mr. Dulles is neither pro-Israel
nor pro-Arab, but pro-American,"
Mr. Katzen said, following his con-
ference with the Secretary of
State. He added that Secretary
Dulles denied a Time Magazine re-
port that he allegedly told the
\rabs that American Jews voted
Democratic and did not support
Dulles.
"I have been also assured that
in the matter of arming the Middle
Eastern states for defense pur-
poses, the security of Israel will
not be overlooked," Katzen said.


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LY, JULY 10, 1953
v.MewM fhrknan
A*ftV*l
mmi Window.
lack H. Bcckwith, of Miami,
ctcd president of the East
tntal Society as the group
Its annual summer conven-
[Nassau Saturday. Other of-
uclude Dr. Albert E. Rosen-
liami, president-elect .
[in;: horizons at the Dadc
j Cancer Institute have led
kangc in the name of the
pnty Cancer Institute. The
lion will henceforth be
the Cancer Institute at
According to Leonard A.
resident. Wien said that
(name indicates better the
I the organization's war on
ed Geismar, chairman of
ping Board, has been nam-
Beach's outstanding citi-
b' year at a Civic League
on dinner Sunday evening
Ugiers Hotel ... Dr. H.
Williams, vice president
University of Miami, has
the honorary chairman-
Khe Dade County Citizens
Be*' on Educational Tele-
pniporary officers include
why Krieger Fink, rccord-
lary. Function of the or-
will be to obtain com-
ipport for educational TV
Comptroller Clarence M.
announced in Tallahassee
h; 'Had approved a charier for
Hppolitan Bank of Miami
It 11 start with a capital
Tof $2,000,000. Members
bw bank's Board will in-
Altmayer, retired execu-
Hlgar Buick Company; Har-
Buidfield. Miami Beach fi-
i and Joseph Weintraub,
id Hthe American Title & In
ompany, Miami Two
Bach students will receive
Brom the Chicago Medical
Hinorrow. They are Lawr-
er, son of Mrs. Doris Ad-
Byron Avenue, and Ed-
kwits, son of Mr. and Mrs.
rkwits, 4510 Meridian Av-
ntatives of the Dade
merican Red Cross Chap-
in Washington Monday for
lay annual Bed Cross con-
Among official chapter
s authorized to cast Dade's
s is Joseph Lipton, presi-
the Dade Federal Savings
Bn Association Dr. S. G.
Ber, Miami Beach, has been
fecretary of the Florida Op-
le Association. Elections
kid Monday in Jacksonville
he final day of the group's
state convention .
ted after 23 years were
three English-born sisters, Mrs.
Lucy Bey, of Far Rockaway. Long
Island, New York; Mrs. M. J. Tay-
lor, of Manchester, England; and
Mrs. Maurice Dwek, 1701 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach. The reun-
ion came in Mrs. Dwek's home. The
sisters are all natives of Manches-
ter .. Mrs. Sam Resnick is new
president of the Palm-Hibiscus
I Islands Garden Club. Other offi-
jcers include the Mesdames Irving
' H. Fineberg, vice president; George
|,Copeland, recording secretary; Vic-
tor H. Lindlahr. corresponding sec-
retary; and A. Milton Dohre, treas-
urer .
At the recent semi-annual con
vention of the Florida Institute of
Certified Public Accountants held
j in Dayton Beach, Milton Sadoff, of
Coral Qables, was awarded a plaque
in recognition of his "outstanding
achievement in passing November,
1952, examinations for Certified
Public Accountants at first sitting
with highest honors in the State
of Florida-' Private Eugene
Edwinn, son of Herman Gin4fer&
151 Collins Avenue, has just been
assigned to the 503rd Military Po-
lice Battalion, Fort Bragg, North
Carolina. He completed his basic
training with the 13th Airborne
Division at Fort Campbell, Ken-
tucky, and will now undergo ad
vanced individual training to qual-
ify him as a Military Policeman .
Paul H. Marks, Miami attorney,
has been named councilman-at-
large of the University of Florida
Alumni Association ... Dr. Mur-
ray Sanders, University of Miami
research professor of microbiology
and newly elected president of a
joint council representing the U of
M and the Carlos Finlay Institute
in Havana, Cuba, said here that
research in the problems of virus
diseases is expected to be further-
ed as a result of a recent confer-
ence representing top scientists of
the two institutions Alan Dav-
id Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Alan, 744 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, has been graduated at the
head of his class of 300 at Duke
University. He earned a Phi Beta
Kappa key while studying political
theory. He will enter Navy Offi-
cer Candidate School at Newport,
Rhode Island, in September .
Sid Sobelson has been installed
commander of Miami Beach Post
No. 85, American Legion. Other
officers include Gerald J. Klein,
vice commander; Herman Grayson,
vice commander; George J. Mich-
PAGB3
aels, finance., officer; Frank Gor-
don, chaplain; Ted Frank, histor-
ian; and Mike Mirelson, sergeant-
at-arms .. Recently arrived at the
port of Inchon, Korea, as a replace-
ment for the First Marine Division
j was Corporal Henry R. Weiss, of
i 341 i. .V 30th Road, Miami .
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Gershwin Concert To Feature Sanroma
At Beach Auditorium Sunday Evening
A program dedicated to the mu- George Gershwin concert. Other
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sic of American composer George
Gershwin has become traditional
for the University of Miami Sum-
mer Symphony Orchestra, and con-
ductor John Bitter will present an-
other such program on Sunday eve-
ning, July 12th, 8 p.m., at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium.
The fourth concert in the third
series of summer pop presentations
will feature Jesus Maria Sanroma
in readings of Gershwin's Concerto
in F Major for Piano and Orches-
tra and Rhapsody In Blue. Mr. San-
roma has been hailed by leading
American critics from coast to
coast. Olin Downes, of the New
York Times, has called him "equal-
led by a very few and outrivaled
by no one."
After a recent Boston recital,
Rudolph Elie, Jr., said that Jesus
Maria Sanroma can supply one of
the most enjoyable piano recitals
of anyone who comes quickly to
mind. "He has wonderful fingers,"
Elie wrote, "a technique that al-
lows him to do just about anything,
an approach to the music that is
filled with integrity and honesty
and an ingratiating personal qual-
ity."
Mr. Bitter and the University of
Miami Summer Symphony Orches-
tra thus have an outstanding re-
citalist with whom to present the
works scheduled to be performed
include the popular songs, I Got
Plenty O' Nuttin', from Porgy And
Bess, Gershwin's folk opera, and
Embraceable You. Also program-
med is the tone poem, An Ameri-
can In Paris. H.L.
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miliasry sago
cne :: their :r.e: ei i pnncipla o.r-
::. s The iecti :: MSA ... be : weal Wow
-.. us : z.'. e:::'= Simed u" esuc.-sr.ra
-~z-.i .:. th Neat East
-;- -- = err :; the QCtlCrU thai will ;_:te:
by -.= ;e-:- :: Mutual Security Aid ii tr.e
3"r*e Z' ls:Ue.
7 _= mother is 3 seriee :: reversals lhat
r-Tii.;;:.- Bsenhowei has ;.:t:e: ort the bands
:: C:re=; We trust that Washington not
jc ;.- ;-' in the rr.r-e: :: Stripping BUI tieterses
..-. two politically ur.o million y pivotal tireis ::
the v.;:.; Much :or. happen by 1956 II .3 lo
re hoped thai she Republicans will :.r. theix
ieode: by then in recognizing lbs :::'.:--:
-ee-c ::: MSA iipproprianoni
i tniiiisM.il Is Their night
The German indemnification r..! which ru.^s
::: paying riise lo one billion -;.:;:= in aam-
~~es to Jev.-s who were persecuted by ti.e
.'"ar.s hos reer. passer by the c-r.destcc This
is Bonn's lower r.ruse c: pcr'..~rr.er.-. Tr.e r.;i
must bow receive approval s. the upper reuse,
(he Bundesrat.
According to reports here. July 17th is the
date set for Lrui ~eus-re= lo be taken before
crucial er.cctr.er.-. Ha one .s ueruded by the
current German u"..--de. The decis.rr. lo In-
demnify Jewtah victims, z: the Third Reich v...:
mecn good business pcht-cciiy and e-ccr.cmic-
cJly. But Chcxceiior Kcnrad Adenauer is to be
rcrgrcrrulate-d tor bis up-... ru"le acu.r.st his
most reccticr.cry colleagues who would not
support the German L.-.demr._-;cation propose!.
Someone once whispered into our ear thct
Ibe Communists are poor misunderstood souis
v.. nothing so much at heart as the good of
tr.e people and thai they are beira maligned
by their enemies, who on reciiy 'er.em.es ci
-he pecpie ti: th*J re-uscr. aior.e 'it is therefore
interesting to -:; that once again the Com-
munists find Me-seives or. the wrong side :i
public opinion.
They teemed up with Adenauer s reactcr.arv
friends to oppose mdemnifWmbn of Jewish vic-
tims. But this srla not Conine* us, at afl. The
Communists have beer, saying o.-.e thing and
uo-a ar.c-rer BBC* 1917. They ere also
cgainst Austrian indemnification a Near East-
em Defense Pact which would include Israel
ar.d the Arab nations, free Jewish ur.migrat.in
from behmd the Iron Curtain. Zionism, the Jew-
n State Lei's see. Now what are they ior?
>ow They Are Honored
Goeoer Vn.vers.ty scholars seem to be
r-ing out of their way these devs to heap
ktaMh upen taek Jew-isn cohecgues. Or should
we say ex ego m the ^^ ^ tfce Sg^ onslanqh,
^feli the cne-thcusand-year^ld Hanover seat
'-' ^TT-7^ --9e "' -I Acuity members fled
-.e superman philosophy recorded in no htar-
cry work they had ever read and sought the
safety of non-Aryan lands.'
,*6 Z^u* WhQt WeUI tiUUgh ** m^ds
wnen the Hanover mayor granted them Goet-
tmaen s honors and exactly what Ihey though.
of German Kultur."
DURING THE COMPARATIVELY PEACEFUL OAYS
rp- and tb* Kavut BUckshir- 1
r.. r.t t'.MMer But our time has been '{* *n
after another W have become inured to th; j
-.rld conflagration u observed ,h cakaiSl
'. tomorrow parade about as rr.u th^T*!
rrj replicas ol pistols and machine funs, speak the ilZll
and jet airplanes and manifest all oi m I
a hysterical and inept elders ha

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* conveniently ignored, and th _
he possible consequences of .r dipU-!!|
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dubbed as crackpots, troublemakers, ur. AmericstJ
pint of impatience with
: and tolerance for opposing point-
^001(1
1 Vl. t|
" '.-A
J-hed Sail
""*d tkl
la amf
*hich must ultimate!} -
nan ideology.
ben iv that we are no longer r.
. e embarked upon a course b>.. .] t0 .
b< '(: from succumbing to the :i!traS
ommunist philosophy But ir.
roving eveo principal
u time has discredited mar
that would not have been consider- d
half a centurj ago and finally taken us to a point wK
we are imitating tbe very tactscs of those for
in contempt.

THE UNBELIEVABLE TALE OP AMERICAN BOOK
Stories trickling through Washington-
Department officer died within a week after they were p
r.t-*' ;re> Apparently, even they were not shocking en-
ir dulled sensibtlittai But it would be sheer folly u.
'ltuat. a\e been seemingly outraged by a creep:.-: McCartb
ism that blatantly attacks American ideals relating to pr..^c\ n> ,
free thought We have been intimidated and resnain >nt inroai- \W must not permit ourselves to b. T.ilarlr a
jted in the matter of free mquirv
ue became a public question by irriiiM {
- to me that the official choice to keep governrr. r.tal reast
ship a secret ii fe-rful in itself When President Dw
appeared in a public addres-. at Dartmouth Lniversit-. ral vkb
1 the need for maintaining a constant : to arir
I the KBDCtitj of our hbranes. The implica: ,f thsal
mark are manifest: that we have already gone a Ion. ... tnw
n:s request for tr.e admuaon of 240 000 refu- Iradine our ^.^ f(>r a irratlOMl ^^^^/ '^ ..?"
oees r.ere du. nexl two years fend them and that we can g0 no (urtbef. The .p^^^*
Recognizing the stated rr.ot.ves behind the a fundamental concern for traditional American liberti. and
Senators jr.m.rrot.on law. the President, in a no than disconcerting that the President should ha\e fmi i
r-ersonal conierer.ee with McCarran, pointed nect'--:'r> l qualify hi> remarks several days later.
Ota that his reaues: was designed to encourage Tho flu'I'^stion was a naive one While defending hu suad on
ar.t:-Ccrr.mun^'t eierr.er.-s in tr.e Soviet satellite ,ho value o( books ,hat discus opposing poUtical and social idMlocia
countries. a< : ac<5ua'nting ourselves with the enemy in ord. r to conht
him more effectively, he intimated that the government
AFTER GERMANY AUSTRIA
A Prosid President Dwighl Eisenhower has won a vic-
tory over Senator Pat McCarran's efforts to kill
one. Mis test of Strength with the Senate has "a'ure of the forces that intruded on the scene between the tune h
thusfcr proven him the victor.
Administration supporters tee! :or.:, dent that
-peech was delivered at Dartmouth
pareatrs spontaneous modifications.
and President Eisenhower's el
they will muster enouah votes to bnng up the
Presidents bill for arum Tr.e President is as
concerned with the refugees or. c humanitarian
I CHOOSE TO BELIEVE THAT THE PRESIDENT wa, uifssa
clarify his stand The forces behind our endless Congressional a
as on a noUtic- haw )e5,lga!lon; embarrassed by such high level irritants, brought to *
seem pitiful that he fore the dangers' inherent ,n the Dartmouth address. Th>< wasfhwl
served wsntal
- underwrite library cens*sa||
nocratic safeguard The censorship had been taking ptata
has had to r^rt to m ~. V ..... mnereni in ine i>artmouth address
bus ana to resc. ... s.rs of parliamentary more cogent meaning with the attendant leak" which
maneuvering in oraer to make this clear. that Amencan policy would centiiaue to undenrrTta bb
----------------------------------------------- a -democratic ^feguard The censorship had been .
II..11... Rw- w c iu,forma,1<'n Sen-ice Libranes overseas which suppre>>ed tk
lUllOS AtM'ds A S|Hko*man J of *-orks of "terature considered inimical to the -afet) of
,___ nation
^-S !--!tC,e "? F0S:r DtUhi "* r^.J1 'S T]'*l t0 ca" a,,pn,ion to ** W Hitlerian book
naton ioBowtaq b* recon. Near Eastern fact- *s ,hat ^h.p can never successfully stay human,t>
fcntLng tour. Many o: r.-j remarks still need '' "" .' ^ ,n''u,r>- The sign of our time po.oU to i
c.anficaton and otr.e: ;:
vr.ons continue lo reflect the di-arjpotaSinl
wr.cn markeo -re l: g ""J
cry rase Mr. Dulles needed =ockesr-n- *S
lha taafa r' ~.~u ---ic.i------ jor
; kC-" = = --eiev.s.on re
Now .t tarn: o -
-''es ur. -.
Near Lz
t iv useless to call attention to tbe old Hitlerian hook bars*
mm
from the |
need ine gn of our time points to instahW
-s iksrurbinq obeer- f,1 Z ,hat Hl" not ,H look behind and that blinds us to the f
lure \se are merely concerned with the present and its mata*
cbauvenistic tactics Perhaps we may finally be moved to heed I
f danger if we recognire that bigotry and police states tbn*
aknee and ignorance We have abeady arrived at tbe point -*
r'-e Secretary re-
lennechary ..-. xder to justify some
e silent in the face of onslaught against the principles P*
snnwto espouse if we succumb to ignorauee then we have feat*
the shores of enslavement
taetaod. ......... ->emoaotc ticket
h^.SS .^StateSecr.
arecorrerneo'.......
To Kiul Infiltration
blockade said that Egyfti &*\
ferenee wHh the passage ol P**|
Jce organization in Pales- through the Sues Canal runs"*
tine for five years. ter to the Sues Canal Convent*
General R.ley who has returned ,WB- th* Egyptian I-raelJ**
from his post, said however, that
">*re is need to -rectify the de-
barkation bne set down
armistice of 1SH8
in the
He emphasised
al armistice agreement, the (taj*
of the United Nations and decs** |
of organs of the United Nations
It warned that the f*'1** *
"Ced thai Mr Dufies ltu} ^ armistice nego!!,!^ map-. snembers of the United WatWM
pro-lsroe. no, p:>A. .. ^i the demarkation line tenv secept and carry out the oet*-;
f porary hne only and urged that '*' ,K* --- r-niwil as
'A'e ore not wi -a ._ ''"''' an f- come und^ the ^ Mr. Dufle, ^Justmenu
agree to
&*, and nnd it dim:. J^^
would auesr-nr. eueve that an
record ^T? ^ .AaMrte toyahtaav I
- r-d with bewilosMiiasa, rhe word^ ^
spokesman', defense h JT w<*dmg of _
- pro-Iarae: Z"Z'lL***T' ^^
pauble? e tWo incom
we
his
fJL^ *J"ch fon*l*es that
Ksypt s blocade of the Suei Canal
unter to Ms obligations aru-
from international conventions
ha. mCm^ ( ,h* l'n,t N"n.
S ES^S submi^ by
ad*c^T?k^.- Comm'ttee on Bloc
*** to United Nations Secur
ty Council
Tbe detailed anary,*, of the
as a tem-1 accept and carry out the
of the Secunty Council '
ed by Article 24 of the aurl
can only lead to a weakening
the organization as an mstnu"*
for the preservation of pes*
The report called for *rt***
reduce tension in the Middle &
and to prevent a threat to the P*** |
from developing in that ate*
of *
It said that termination
blockade would
toward peace.
constitute a


)AY. JULY 10. 1953
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PAGE 5
'I
ill
ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY
TH JACOB CONGREGATION \
[hold Friday evening services
|:45 p.m. Saturday morning
ces are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
is. Daily services are at 7:30
and at 6:45 p.m.

tAELITE CENTER will hold
evening services at 6:45
Saturday morning services
8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton
sky will officiate and preach
sermon: The Tribes Of Is-
ltering The Promised Land,
is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.,
by Shalos Seudos. Daily
es are at 8 a.m., and 15 min-
Bfore sundown.

ITH DADE JEWISH CEN-
111 hold Friday evening serv-
8:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Hen-
lica. of Daytona Beach, will
The Oneg Shabbat fol-
will be under the sponsor-
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weiss-
JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
JUTE will hold Friday eve-
prvices at 7 p.m., with Kab-
Sabbath following at 7:15
[Saturday morning services
9 a.m., when Michael, son
I. Esther Lerman. 721 86th
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Ibaac Ever will officiate.

TH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
111 hold Friday evening serv-
8:15 p.m. This will be the
Ln a series of four family
^services. Rabbi Mayer Ab-
tz will officiate and discuss:
In The Twentieth Century.
: Beg Shabbat will follow.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudath lirnl liiihi, laaJkfl Kver, Or-
lli.i.lnx. 520 7Sth St., Miami Heach
Beth David Kabbl Max Shapiro,
Conm-rvatlve. 2820 8VV 3rd Avo.,
Miami.
Beth ClI)r Khmaryahu Hwlraky, Or-
thodox, 500 KW 17th Ave., Miami
Bath JacobRabbi Moses Mcwheloff.
Orthodox. 301-811 Wuxh. Ave., MB.
Bath Sholom- Kabbl l.pon Kroulxh,
Liberal, 4144 Chase Am- M.B.
Beth Tfilah R.il.iil Joawpt Knrkov-
aky, Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami Hoach.
Coral OablasRahbl Morrla Skop, Lib-
eral. MO Palermo Ave.. C. Uablea.
Downtown SynagogueOrthodox, 125
NW 3rd Ave., Miami.
Flagler-Qranada50 NW 51at Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
tiroaa, Orthodox, tiff
Hialeah-Miami Springs Kcv.i.n.l
I.eo Helm. Conaervatlve, 01 K. 4th
Ave Hialeah.
laraalite Center Rabbi Morton
Malavaky, Conaervatlve, 3198 SW
24th Ter., Miami.
Kneaeth aaraeiliabbl Abraham Caa-
ael. Orthodox, 1416 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving I>ehrman,
Conaervatlve. 1701 Waah. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolKabbl Simon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami.
Monticello Park164th Street and NE
11th Avenue, North Ml..... Beach.
North Dado Rabbi Harry Eitinser,
Conservative. 13620 W. Dixie High-
way, North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witx. Conaervatlve, 620 75th St.,
Miami Beach.
Temple IsraelDr, Joseph Narot, Re-
form. Ill NK 19th St.. Miami
Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, Rabbi I .-.-..!
Shapiro, Conservative, 2030 Polk St.,
Hollywood.
Ti-'eth Israel $500 N. Miami Ave..
Miami.
Weal MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conaervatlve, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
aaxvatlve, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Oablea.
U ff.ft* Camp.
Oponn Monday
The Senior Afternoon Camp at
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, Town Branch, for boys
and girls 12 to "15 years of age, op-
ened Monday with a meeting of
campers in the Center's Lounge.
Activities are conducted each
Monday. Wednesday and Friday af-
ternoon Irom 2 to 5 p.m., for the
six-week period from July 6th
through August 14: h. and include
skating and dancing on the Cen-
ter's patio, archery and golf on
the range, life saving instruction,
cook-outs at Crandon Park, nature
walks at Fairchild Gardens, rec-
reational swims at Miami Beach,
films at the Miami Memorial Pub-
lic Library, and visits.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold early Friday eve-
ning services at 6:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Daily
services are scheduled for 8 a.m.,
and 6:30 p.m.
of Temple Israel, will officiate.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.
: M DAVID SYNAGOGUE will BETH EL CONGREGATION will
Btn'v evening .service- at hold Friday evening services at (i
B.n turi+ay morning serv- p.m. Saturday morning services
Bv> at 9 a.m. Mincha will be are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be
05 p.m.. followed by Shalos;at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
Dally services are at 7:30 dos. Daily services arc at 7:45
B'nai B'rith Youth
Officers Are Named
Council officers for the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization of Great-
er Miami were announced by Mrs.
A. Frank Wellins, chairman of the
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth
Committee.
George Lefcoe, a member of the
I Hurricanes AZA and a sophomore
at Miami High School, will lead
the council consisting of 22 youth
chapters with a membership of ov-
er 500 teen agers. Lefcoe, who
recently won the District No. 5
BBYO oratory and discussion con-
tests, has been a member of the
youth organization for two years.
Dianne Rubinstein. Sholom No.
14 BBG, will act as vice president.
Others are Judy Lewis, Hillel BBG,
recording secretary; Rosemarie
Strauss, BBG No. 14; correspond-
, ing secretary; David Greenfield,
FDR AZA, chaplain; Edmund
I Parnes, sergeant-at-arms. Former
| president Ed Finkelstein Is coun-
i sellor.
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IT MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
)ld Friday evening services
p.m., conducted by Mr. Os-
Mnttetn. Saturday morning
ps are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi
Waxman will officiate and
the Weekly Portion. Junior
es are at 10 a.m., under the
vision of Morris Newmark.
fca will be at 6 p.m., followed
v Baliln Waxman's observations
hies Of Our Fathers.
a e
APLE BETH SHOLOM will
j Friday evening services at
.m., with guest Rabbi Rich-
lirsch, of Denver, Colorado,
(ting. Saturday morning serv-
re at 10:45 a.m., when Dr.
H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus
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TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
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with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi
Emeritus, officiating. Cantor Jac-
ob Bornstein will render the mu-
| sical portions of the liturgy.

TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
evening Services at 8:30 p.m., dedi-
cated to "Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fei-
bus and their newly born daugh-
ter, Terri Lynn. Rabbi David Sha-
piro will officiate and discuss the
Weekly Portion. Subject of his
sermon is scheduled as: Should
The Leader Lead Of Follow. Rev-
erend Mordechai Haalman will
chant the liturgy. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9:30 a.m. Daily
services are scheduled for 9 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular evening services Fri-
day at 6:30'p.m., to be conducted
by Rabbi Max M. Landman and as-
sisted by Cantors David Bagley and
Rudolf B. Brill. Services will begin
at 9 a.m., Saturday. Rabbi Land-
man's sermon, at 10:15 a.m., will
be on the Weekly Portion. Mincha
is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. The
Rabbi's study group will meet at
6 p.m. Subject for discussion will
be the second chapter of Ethics
Of Our Fathers. Shalos Seudos will
be held at 6:45 p.m., and will be
followed by Maariv. Daily services
are at 7 a.m., and Sunday services
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PAGE 7
li lladaNKali
Evening
tli Group of Hadassah
or a social get-together
lay, July 15th, 8 p.m.,
ate Carlo Hotel, accord-
Harry M. Kaplan, pres-
be the first in a aeries
scheduled for the
nth*. Chairman of the
be Mrs. Erwin Stein,
Mrs. Ira KriviUin, co-
will be servfaVby
1. J. Davis, L. Edell,
I, Bess Lesser, L. Sha-
restin.
Dade Relations Group
Names New Officers
Burnett Roth, chairman of the
Nominating Committee for the
Dade County Council on Commu-
nity Relations, this week announc-
ed the election of officers and the
Executive Committee for the term
of 1963-54.
Named chairman of the group is
Hol'lis Rinehart. Other officers in-
clude Paul Scott, 1st vice chair-
man; Malcolm Ross, 2nd vice chair-
man; Roth, 3rd vice chairman; Tel-
fair Knight, treasurer; and Miss
Marie Roberts, secretary.
About Town...
Washington
Federal
Fastest
Among
Growing
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rS observes
e Toped, grand-
IMr. and Mrs. lack
B032 Alton Road,
8 Bch. Dane is one
Uncle Wallace
i the Miami manu-
recutive.

I'LL HOLD ON IT'S SAFER
THAT WAY says Ivy to
her brother, Stephen. Parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sha-
piro, 1225 SW 13th Court,
Miami.
Bahy Photos by Aril more
Financial Statement of Condition
for Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association as of close
of business, June 30, 1953, shows
Washington Federal to be among
the fastest growing Federals in the
United States.
Located between City Hall, Mi-
ami Beach, and the Post Office,
Washington Federal opened to bus-
iness with $280,000 pledged in sav-.
ings accounts. Total assets as of
June 30th, were $4,089,097.94.
$3,643,150.71 represent 3,414 sav-
ings accounts.
Jack D. Gordon, president, said
this week that, "we're very proud
of the tremendous growth of this
association in the short time it has
been open, and we're gratified at
the confidence that has been shown
us." Gordon attributes this growth
to the quality of service, conven-
ience, merchandising policy and
personnel.
Washington Federal was design-
ed by Norman M. Ciller and Asso-
ciates, with decor by John Kron-
enfeld. A mural, by Bill Hinnant.
depicts the historical events in the
life of George Washington. There
are future plans for an architectur-
al exhibit in cooperation with the
American Institute of Architects.
The Association features Home
Modernization loans in which pay-
ments may be made over a period
of time consistent with a sound fi-
nancial practice and mortgage
loans tailored to the needs of the
home owner, with convenient pay-
ments .individually planned to fit
each financial situation.
Officers and directors in addition
to Gordon, president-director (Gay-
nor-Gordon Insurance), arc Arthur
H. Courshon, secretary-director
(Courshon and Courshon, Counsel
to the Association); Ben. GiUer, vice
president-director (Oilier Contract-
ing Co.); Michael Steckloff, vice
president-director (Motel and
Apartment Owner); George W.
Hirsch, vice president, comptroller-
director (accounting firm of Becker
and Hirsch); Milton M. Gaynor,
treasurer-director (Gaynor-Gordon
Insurance).
S. C. Stampleman, director (form-
er chairman of the Board and pres-
ident of Gillette Safety Razor Co.);
Charles Silver, director (president,
Adams Engineering Co.); and
Claude Pepper, director (former
United States Senator; Pepper and
Fairclath, counsel to the Associa-
tion).
Washington Federal officials
said here that they will associate
themselves with the sponsorship
of cultural activities in the Miami
Beach area wherever possible.
UMM0 4 Campers
Are Granted lied
Cross Citations
Twenty-one intermediate tied
Cross swimming certificates will be
awarded to children of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
Beach Branch Day Camp in the
near future, according to Mrs.
George Simon, director.
The 21 children have passed
their intermediate examination and
are now eligible for their first ex-
perience in rowhoats. A special
program of fishing and boating for
these children is now being plan-
ned.
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past week's activities included a
full day program at Crandon Park
for the eight to 12 year olds, where
several children caught tropical
fish and other sea life.

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PAGE 9
ft Oka
evcalcd
Brilliant, of Brooklyn.
inounccs the engage
daughter, Beatrice, to
el Oka, son of Mr. and
Oka, 1572 Meridian
ii Beach.
|iant graduated from
ill High School in
id attended Brooklyn
the City College of
tended the University
rolina. University of
d received his degree
lity of Miami.
1 are planning to be
mw Beach during the
ember, 1953.
mter Plans
iMeetSunday
Jewish Center will
membership meet-
evening, July 12th,
Recording to an an-
lis week by Meyer
lident.
M
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is also open to un-
ites seeking member-
fl (h Bb'T.ii congregation
H membership chair-
i ial b- will follow during
ft* and activities of
! K be displayed and
SBftual leader is Rab-
- Ik" i
Wlainour
ipr Conter
Th Hfiroup of the Flag-
r-Gr ^wi-h Community
nt H on Thursday, July
-' Kit the Center
!*|h. J Kd. program chair-
an, Bee Miss M. Oddo.
lucatto ^?visor of the Pa
idaj Hushing School for
eor (iirls
rill speak on the
Dmemaker and will
prom the school to
Itrooming, poise and
Alan Kahns To Live In Coral Gables
Mitt Beatrice Brilliant
Photo Ardmore
Card Parties Continue
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
Brith Women, are continuing their
weekly card parties on Wednes-
days, 1 p.m., at the Empress Ho-
tel, according to an announcement
this week.
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Dessert-Card Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will hold a desert card party on
Monday, July 13th. 1 p.m., at Kap-
lan Hall, according to Mrs. Charles
Greenfield, chairman of the affair.
Co-chairmen are Mrs. H. William
Gray and Mrs. Alvin Sandier. Pro-
ceeds will be used to send Temple !
Israel Religious School students to
the Southeast Federation of Tem-
ples Youth Conclave at Sky lake
Camp in Sautce. Georgia.
New English Course
The Miami Beach Community
Center will initiate classes in Eng-
lish for foreign born, according to
Marvin Siegel. director. Lessons
will be held in the Palette Room
of the Center on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, front 7 to 9 p.m., be-
i ginning July 14th, for six weeks.
Miss Joan Cecilia Field and Alan
Stuart Kahn were wed in the De-
troit, Michigan, home of the bride's
parents on June 30th.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Arthur S. Kahn, 802 SW 26th
Road. The bride's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. William Lee Field. I)r
Richard Kertz officiated at the
ceremony.
James Kahn was best man for
his brother. The bride's only at-
tendant was Miss Joanne Hassen-
busch, of St. Joseph, Missouri.
A dinner and reception followed
the ceremony at the Franklin Hills
Country Club. The couple then
left for a trip through Canada and
New England. They will reside in
Coral Gables, where Mr. Kahn is
associated with B. S. Kahn and
Company.
Among guests at the wedding
were the Kahns, Mrs. James Kahn
and Natalie Field, of Miami.
Mrt. Alan S. Kahn
Sanroma Interviewed
Jesus Maria Sanroma, the Puer
to Rican Dianist who will be the
cert on Sunday. July 12th, will be
the guest of Marie Voloe on her
radio program, Saturday. July I ltd
soloist in the all-Gershwin Pop Con- 6:30 p.m., over station WKAT
Ball Officials Meet
Softball representatives of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, Town Branch Intramural
League, met last night to make
final plans for this month's second
round play-offs and for future play.
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""PERSONALLY SPEAKING
iwi."Y-. .n '** -<'" "w ^".brKdi.';i:-
Hirsch Landau Chapter. B nai
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vention there.
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Off to New York for **,
are Mr and Mrs. Harry S. **"* f New York City, are sailing on
and children, of 1800 SW ,7tDjthe 55 constitution for an exten
Street. j sjve sUy in Europe. Mr* Good-,
* ~ : friend is the daughter of Mrs. Jos-
Members of The Jewish Floridian i cph Weiss. 610 SW 18th Avenue.
staff were entertained at the Kenil Mr Goodfriead, a chain store ex-,
worth Hotel last week, where they ecuve, is president of Holly,
heard Al Lorito and his magic vio- stores.
lin. -i? -ir ir
-.': 6 Thc Br-of Ellis Jay Merlin, se-m
Off to California and a tour of o{ Dr ad Mrs. Hyman Merlin, was
the west coast on a four-week va- ne]d on Sunday. July 5th Rever-
cation is Henry Bulbin. of 515 SW m6 Abraham Seif officiated Mr 1
22nd Road I and Mrs. Harold I. Siegel were God-,
parents Maternal grandparents!
Boris Pntcher. Mum. Beach res- are Mr and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
taurateur. has returned from at- Mr .Argintar acted as Sandek Ellis
tending a National Junior Chamber' Jay was born June 28th. at Jack-
of Commerce convention as Miami son Memorial Hospital.
Beach delegate in Minneapolis. *
Minnesota With him were his par- Mj. a|)d Mrs M Solomon, of 711
11
out
de-
an
J
ral
Announcement has been made through the presentation of faafl
by Sidney Aronovitz. local attorney i dramatic presentation-. nattl
and president of the-Hillel Advis- braries and religious wraal
ory Council, that plans for the con- available to all.
Here, at the University *
Architect', view of propoeed Hillel House on UM campu.
Summer Hillel Groundbreakms Planned
Aaron Simons Mark
(ioldcn Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Simon, of 1 struction of a new Hillel House on
at!
itll
1006 8th Street. Miami Beach. tnc main campus of the University imimmi a^jy 200o it*uk
ents. Mr and Mrs. J Pritcher The 5 ~"street"have returned here af-! celebrated their 50th wedding an-1 of Miami are completed and that I opportunity ul,
Pntchers also visited Mr and Mrs visitiBg their children on Staten I nrversary during the fourth ofl,etuaJ ground breaking will ttfa| PP numiy ,
Nathan Pritcher in Shaker Heights. ,sUnd New york Thev are th,e | July weekend They were married place this summer Kton *eaningrul Jewia
Cleveland Ohio, and relatives in new grandparent.s of a'daughter j in Baltimore on July 3. 1903. and j Th(, Duj|,jln . born to their son-in-law and daugh- have resided here during the past ,ne main entrance 0( the university j lei Foundation under the
Memphi-. Tennessee.
Mr and Mr- Russel Brandt and
daughter. Dolores, of Woodmere.
ter there. Mr and Mrs H. Poster.
itvfl
two years campus on the corner of Miller.^up o Dr Donald D Mietaafl
All their children and grand Dnvc an(J Poncc ^ heon Bmag 1
children attended the golden wed yard The lo, measuring 125 x
Long Island. New York, have re Miamians now spending summer dm nlebntmn .,'a part> In the ~, feet .., ted to .*. Bnai
turned home following a two-week wcatiOM in the mountains at Dun- MaM Hotc, S?.,h HilllT Foundation as an it-
stay here as guests'of Mrs. Brandt s craggan Inn. Henderaonrrile North Att,ndinj, their parents. anmver. > WW Found. ,on as an ou
mother. Mrs. Ida Hartz. and broth- Carolina, include Mr and Mrs. Ell Mr and Mrs Fred Slm. "ght gI. in keepmg w.in tm poi
er-inlaw and sister. Mr and Mrs Miller and their daughter. Susan, JJ shrevepnrt. UmkiMIM, and j rebgiou act v
Harry Gordon, of 2210 South Hi- of Miami Beach, and Mr. and MrS( thejr ^^ J()hn and ^ Mr encmrage rel* ~"J )>
ami Avenue Abe Kurman. Mr. and Mrs. Barnet iand Mrs Wa,,er A Slmon Ar|mg integral part of university lite.
Green and Mrs. Louis Margulies, ,on vjrglma and tneir daufihtt.r. ; 'The movement for Jewish re
Mr and Mrs Samuel Stein, of of Miami. I)lane; Mr and Mrs Arcme M Slm. ligious centers on the college cam
4500 North Jefferson Avenue. Mi- ln ;mv.iw.rt with children pus '" thc lm,ed States began in
1923. when the first Hillel unit was
on. Shreveport.
ami Beach, have gone to California Mr. and Mrs Henry S Jacobus. | Wayne and Ronnie Jo
to attend the 25th wedding anni- of Dalla-. Texas, flew here this
Mr and Mrs Melvin J Simon.
versar) ol Mr Stein- brother and week to mark the 80th birthday, navertown
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr- Harry Sunday t<( Mr Jacobus' brother,
Stein, in Fullerton They will also I^mard Jacobus, 901 NF. 72nd Ter-
visit w;th other relative- who live race
The Stein- plan
additional trip- to Hawaii. Las Veg
nd other place- of inti
.lurninc t'. Mian.i Beach Mr.
eretarj ol the
B nai B'rith Lodge here.
Mr E l.anck. <( New York City,;
tibfl hire
with her brother-in-law ami -i-ter.
Mr and Mr- bun- Zeientz. Miami
! inaugurated at the University of
Illinois during that year." Aron-
u\it/ said here "In the ensuing
thirty-year period, more than 200
additional Hillel foundations and
nun-'mrships have been added.
covering the length and breadth of
university life in the United States
Reports hen- axe that state-wide and Canada."
Pennsylvania. with
Laurie and Sharon, and Mr. and
Mr- Ham:.1 Goldwitz, Port Chester,
New York, with their son. Jimmy.
FOR
HOLY
Nawty oraaniMd group,
----

HIGH
DAYS,
jtl
rs.
tervativa approach wanh ca J
bio individual to Itid Hik HaJ
Tl
Day MrvkM, sorving in catw
af spiritual laador, diroctiai
iponiivo roodingj. cipibWr
furor, ate. State romuntrilaB
Reply P. S. Bos 2973, MUir*
LXGAL NOTICE
Ball Series Slated Here
NOTICE UNDER F.CTlTK
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKI ilVl
,n I* ri*iKi]'-.l. del
Mr- Moses Krieger, ol 1114 Al- "r ani1 *" Hyman Lieber and
ton Road, Miami Beach, and her ,h,,|r daughter, Francei Osbiag,
daughter, Dorothy Krieger Kink. ^v/e recently left Memphi- and
are I r Los Angeles, Cali- '""'' now residing in Mountain
fornia, when will spend the Home. Ttnnesaae
summer Thej plan to return here ii ": r
for the High Holy Days, Mr- MnlHn fltnemi. Miami Btaei
pioneer resident, returned from
Mr. and Mrs Philip Catsman are visitinc her children Sam Greene
leaving for Flint and Detroit. Mich and Mr- Rosalind Levine in New
igan. From there, they will go to Jersey to attend the wedding here
Buffalo. New York, for the wed, of her granddaughter, Arlene Lo-
ding of their granddaughter. Max- patkin, to Oscar Rochkind Mrs
ine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Har- Greene left for New Jersey on
ry Kurzman. They will round out Tuesday to resume her visit She
their vacation at Higgins Lake. Ros- plans to be back in Miami Beach
common, Michigan. at the end of September.
"'r ~* 1t it
Mr and Mrs Daniel Kahn an- A surprise birthdav party hon-
nounce the birth of their son. Mich- ored Edie Bernie in the Schebera
ael Norman, at the United States zade dining room of the Algiers
Naval Hospital in Key West on Hotel last week. Helping to
June 9th. Mrs. Kahn is the former celebrate her 2lst birthday were
Jo Anne Bloom, daughter of Mr. several University of Miami loror
enthusiasm is bein;: shown in the A new unit was added recently "?iih-m ih.i. r
American Legion's 1953 Little at the Hebrew University in Israel. i.i^NiT'.Hs.l*uVKioji' n 5]
-.I. Ha., Int.-i,'! I mm
lutmr l:h thr <'\<-l 0
I of !'! Count
AliRAHAM '
I'.oSl
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MYERS, IIKIMA.V k liUX
World Series dated for September Arunovitz explaineil that the
1st through 15th The national jun B nai B'rith Hillel Foundations
lor finals will be played in the were founded to provide organized
ihow-place S1JO0.O00 Miami Stad Jewish (ommumtes an the campus-
ium All will be night fames. Some es of colleges and umw BattaM,
nationwide BOSts which sponsor where Jewi.sh student- could have [ i?,*;'.^ iM,frf"Bld!rn''r5
junior baseball teams are offering the opportunity to participate in | /-* *.-lo
their young player-a trip to Miami religious, cultural and social ac- in the circuit colat
to watch the playoffs if they fail tivities under the direction of L'Ji* _J-uJ*!ci^K.L"ci5.,I
to qualify as contestant-. Jot II trained Jewish youth leaders 'The
Adams, chairman of the tourney growth of the Hillel movement, and
for the sponsor. Harvey Seeds the services it has rendered to nun-
Post, has
naires.
advised local legion-
dreds of thousands of Jewish col-
legiate youth during the last gener-
ation, have won the gratitude and
FOR DAQE COUNTY FLORID
CHANCarTrv.
KSrilK WALK Kit. I\.. titf,
li'H.SKVKl.T Wai.km: .
notice aw PUBLiCATiaej
TO ROfiffKVKl.T ttU-KTB,
a You %rr bercb> icl.f '*"
Home Residents See Play respect of college m6"mirm^\ZJ*&^.$rZ:
A dinner and theater party for Pre&id*nt over the entire North *i > -i "'
the benefit of the Jewish Home for American continent." he said. IhTtSft&a^atiKe''. MM
the Aged will Ik- held at the ( asa "Tnev MBW been unanimous in
blanca Hotel on July 16th. After ,helr P^ise of the Bnai Brith Hil
the meal in the Algiers Room thei'e' foundations for providing not <"'n-uit '"'
group will tee a performance of "nl> desirable religious and oil- \t+ iStfiv+t* "
Anne Of The Thousand Davs bv the ,,lral atmosphere for the Jewish **"rn-t you tor Ux
- th iuii s* "-
li'Ni; ami
i4ufr l -.
SU Sr>h,)ld llulhlina. Mu.ail.
ind filr the orlxlniil A t*
im In thr oHIce of th< >'".
Ol I- !* *3
-.-blanca Players Mrs.' Sol' S.T- students, but for raising the gener '",^n,;""'"."' .tiii"'. ui:b" H
and Mrs. Nathan Bloom. 22350 SW ity daten of Alpha Fosdon Phi" V(rman an 22nd Terrace. Mr. Kahn is the son classmates and other friend- cu-cnalrmcn
YeJF'lS MMS 2*1 ^ ?" Ammg ,hSe at ,he luncheon W)
York. Little Michael also has four were Joy Berick. Ann Brick Bar
sets of great grandparents. On the bara Blackste.n, Barbara Quartin
Hialeoh Wiener Roast
On Sunday, July 12th. a wiener
Mrs. Klee Entertains
New!) elected president of the
maternal side, they are Mr and -Gloria Goodman. Rhoda Halzband' T"M wi" **" *,wn Crandon T,'mP|e B*1" Sholom Sisterhood.
ChLt L ul": HfMlamI' and Fl0nce Ko,k,n' Tob>' Cn. Lois 5*^! N 3' bv ,hc Hial-ah *** B,'rt Klce' avp luncheon
mgjsftxxss. -^^a-iESf *x Jew" (In thP nnlornil wl,. iLoB ^.__ *^ __ aJ ____
On the paternal side, they are Mr. via Bernie. Edie lives at 411
and Mrs. E. Kahn and Mr. and Mrs. Street, M.am. Beach.
M. Vanefsky. all of New York.
Judge and Mrs. Theodore R. Nel- AJS+JSt,* return^
son. of Bay Harbor Islands, an- from New York ^Uy where she
nounce the birth of their son, Jona- attended the weddin. nf 1*1 a u
than Samuel Mrs. Nelson is the ,er, Mrs. Pear. Fo"fs iMfctt
merMerFSiaraH B"TSlet- { PaI- Sie^' While in New York IS
metto, Florida. Judge Nelson has was the guest of h.r a .u. I
served as Municipal Judge of Bay son-in law Mr an!T u ^ a"d
Harbor Islands since June, ^ M^t'Sft tn^-
a ? Isex House.
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Arango. of; a ,
Bogota. Colombia, announce thej Mr anH Mrl 41 ,
bWh ot ,hei, son. Ricd s,e.! K"' ?Z 1?% "' SW
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fc**rf#- fUrtrtts*,
PAGE 11
Continues
fr Program
id Children
regular meetings of
Miami Section, Nation-
pi Jewish Women, are
j during the summer
picil members are con-
king to insure the suc-
|r projects planned for
year, according to a
|vci-k Uppermost on its
ihe 1953-54 club year
project for blind school
County Board of Pub-
n has announced that
ilind and partly blind
be carried on in pub-
this Fall. Specially
its have been engag-
hool Board, but the
pledged itself to pro-
lecessary to purchase
it needed successfully
the classes. Special
riters, records and
s designed express-
itruction. Braille text-
iooI play equipment.
will be purchased
m Council.
also planned a sum
iparty in the form of
heater party on Wed-
22nd. at the Casa-
to raise money for
Mrs. Irving Kobley,
the affair, has an
tickets will entitle
inner and admission
Players' produc-
ee Williams' drama,
Sam Hindi is
play.
tickets are Mrs.
n, Miami Beach, and
Ian. Miami.
Camp Ma-Ra-Bee Sponsors Oneg
Shabbat As Regular, Weekly Feature
Camp Ma Ka Bee. the day camp
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Town
Branch, featured during its first
week of activity an Oneg Shabbat
program which was under the su-
pervision of Rita Fogel and assist-
ed by Linda Eltinger, Sandy Ver-
nick and Evelyn Nieberg.
The program included Israeli
im-Dance
t Swim-Dance spon-
oral Gables Post No.
1 be held on Satur-
the Shoreham-Nor-
11 monies going to
oup's work at the
ital in Coral Gables.
Framkes Joins
lft Newly associated with the Miami
Beach law firm of Broad & Cassel,
420 Lincoln Road, is Melvyn B.
Frumkes, local
attorney and
former assistant
attorney general
in Tallahassee.
A Miami Beach
resident for the
past 20 years,
Frumkes was
graduated from
Miami Beach
High School uriTl
holds the B9BA
and LLB degrees from the Univer-
sity of Florida.
At the UF, he was a member of
Florida Blue Key, Phi Alpha Delta,
Pi Lambda Phi and was selected
for the Hall of Fame.
Frumkes served as administra-
tive assistant to Wallace Sturgis
during the 1953 Legislative session
and was attorney for the Senate
Constitutional Amendment Com-
mittee.
He is the son of Mrs. Irving
Frumkes, 1280 Lenox Avenue, and
holds membership in the Jaycees,
Masons and the Junior Section of
the Florida Bar.
dances, songs and a candle blessing
and wine blessing ceremony. The
Oneg Shabbat will be a regular
Friday afternoon feature of the
imp and will involve all campers
in songs, dances and dramatics
around a Hebrew or Israeli theme.
Those taking part in the pro-
gram were:
Mat Kngrl, Bdwartl Klden. Mli-hn. (;!, Theodore Kllver. Kreil limw,
Samuel StrinKHi't. Si M ->'. S.iri'l-
l'., har. Jeffrey Rosnlok, l.ury F.m I
man, Jori Blutsky, Jerry Bennis, Das-
dee I^evm, Susan M. lniik. Clare <>t-
miwtts, Harriet Honli.i. Jai:<|ue|lit<-
Rosa. Marilyn M..|nl koff.
Merle Rutkln. Ruth Horowlts, 8ar-
lla Aliouktria, Barbara Beyer, Saadra
Saver. Ilarbara Splrrr. Martha Hteln.
Karan Honiwlti, I.ynne Rlenner, Acl-
rlenne Allen. Itoherla s'llveiman. K ward Beraeraoa, Bobsrl I'hamin.
Stanley Click. Allen Merlin, Sherman
Rnthman. Mark Hndloff. Naomi Tropp.
Oeoffry Blecel, Terry Bokoktff, Mar
shall Tanner. Barry Wetltateln, Don-
ald Ztnqult, Murk I.uhet, Iii.-k Roth.
l>alle Kronlier*. Anne Bomatehl,
Michelle Drannnr. Adele BpstelB, San-
dra Kriedlrr, llellt- Klinn. Natasha
l.evlnw.n. Arna Meyer, Sherry Millar,
lilonaom PerU-s and Andrea Sayer.
New Service For
Cab Drivers Here
A hospitalization and life insur-
ance plan, paid for in full by the
company, has been inaugurated for
employees of the Red Top and
Checker Cab and affiliated com-
panies of Miami and Miami Beach.
President William Segal announced
this week.
All employees, who have at least
18 months of consecutive employ-
ment with the company, now are
covered by both life insurance and
hospitalization at no expense to
them.
The taximen's insurance plan is
written by the Continental Assur-
ance Company, and serviced by the
Murray M. Sheldon Agency, locally.
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-779
LEYI
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"Established 1924"
2141 S.W- 3rd St. Call 9-1416
Miami laryngologist Dr. Na-
thaniel Levin has been
awarded a citation lor his
work in rehabilitating the
handicapped by the Miami
Chamber of Commerce's Em-
ploy the Physically Handi-
capped Committee. The ci-
tation was made in recog-
nition of Dr. Levin's work in
teaching persons whose
larynxes have been removed
to speak by the use of ab-
dominal muscles.
Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
820 S. W. 4th SL
Phone 9-2477
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Ohalrmkn of the Board
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
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EDUARDO MORALES
Pint Vice President
J. M. GARCIA
Vice President
W. C. PAYNE
Vice President and Cashier
E. A. GERARD
?lea President
G. D. FAHRNER
Vice President
W. E. BOYD
Assistant Vice President
C. H. MeINTIRE
Assistant Cashier and Auditor
J. L. HALL
Assistant Cashier
PRANCES P. LYONS
Assistant Cashier
W. R. CONWAY
Assistant Cashier
D. R. JACKSON
Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
Chairman of the Board
J. L. CABASSA
First Vice Chairman
GUILLERMO CABRERA
Second Vice Chairman
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
President of Bank
A. J. HARRIS
President. Midwest Mortgage Co.
CECIL P. HOLLAND
President. Ali-Mtsmi Motors, Inc.
KENNETH S. KEYES
Chairman of the Board.
The Keyes Company
SHELBY P. LANGSTON
President, Iangston & Co., Inc.
Insurance
EDUARDO MORALES
First Vlre President of Hank
J. A. ROIG
President, Fellsmere Sugar Producers
Association
G. H. SALLEY
Hunt. Salley & It..man, Attorneys,
Counsel for Bank
M. M. WEISS
President, Tooley-Myron Studios
HERMAN H. WIRSHIMG
Vice lYesldent ,
Serralies Kveralade* Farms. Int.
Pan American Bank Building
250 S.E. First Street, Miami, Fla.
Founded December 1. 1945
Statement of Condition
AS OF JUNE 30. 1953
RESOURCES
Cash..............................................................................* 8,170,456.23
Government Bonds.................................................... 9,934,779.31
State, County and Municipal Bonds........................ 3.511.359.05
Other Bonds .............................................................-... 97.500.00
Federal Reserve Bank Stock...........................______ 36.000.00
Obligations Fully Guaranteed By U. S.
Government..........................-............................. 1,850.45845
Loans and Discounts Fully Secured..
Business and Other Loans.....................
.** >
.... 7.271.808.41
... 3.299,101.84
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit..................-
Accruals and Other Assets........................................
TOTAL RESOUSCES.
LIABILITIES
DEPOSITS ....................................................................
Accruals ........................................................................
Letters of Credit...........................................................
Capital (Common Stock)..............................................S 750.000.00
Surplus. Undivided Profits and Reserves................. 828,093.21
TOTAL LIABILITIES
$34,171,463.29
490.790.20
827.504.34
S35.489.757.83
$33,299,223.53
121.650.89
490.790.20
1,578,093.21
$35,489,757.83
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PAGE 12
Letters To The Editor
t The- J< v.
y, ur attitude, expressed lr.
. of Jane Sfth. in i
lent.
Your nui :
. funen ** be"
rites
lesir, lied for The
ct thai :.ineral home is
.. [ewisfa (an
mffk "' P*r-
-- request is
not to peiiorra them. Why
ild a fami: is* employ
ih< services of a Jewish funeral
-
The procedure which > iggest
r number two namely for the
. ip| List A ;
the funeral homes to choose
rom for such rites does n A mean
n> thing else than a Chevra Ka-
; with the exception that it
d act without ar. organization,
that ] r- as who may
ligible, may be rejected b> the
as which
di u ibject
tsoevei
- per-.
netimi

f the fu
n al-
ill prevent ai
: :
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up
:
'
.
f our S
l us it it and I
exampli [roi ir own tra-
itiens for l
abide by it befon
try to make change- when we do
know how they will work out
Fred Ocha
- tor. The Jewish Ploridian:
Thi- reply to your editorial
ii the Floridian of June 26. 1953.
ctitled, Changes Are In Order.
I Wish to call your attention to
i fe* contradictions in that editor-
You date that the responsi-
'. for thi- religious practice
-hruld be with the Rabbis and "not
with a lay leadership that const i-
it-elf as an authority on re-
ligious law I quite agree with
you and am therefore very much
-u-prised that as a lay person you
presumed to formulate a code of
principles regarding this purely re-
US pha>c of Jewish life. Why
m let our Rabbis do it. since this
h definitely within their sphere^
And if any 'changes are in order,"
lei our religious leaders tell u*
abou
Fur) the point
- can
ed. 1 am
:
thai veo 'k* P"-1*Dta kBO* tha:

undertaker av-umes
lervices provided will be
in accordance w.th Jewish law and
ritual, not knowing that he mu-t
ask and pay for "extras which
now become in
view of the above, and the fact
-.hat rendering of last I
with the funeral h. mea il is V)
to conclude that the number of
- receiving final rites is very
-mail
Th(--< chaotic conditic
Mian hnes*
-eed of a few- individuals aid
! abetted by the indifference
Meyer Cohen

I wish to thank you v
for th. Essay and Journalism Med-
hich I received through
tied paper
I regretted very much that you
: give me
: : in person because 1
that would haw enjoyed
22*IjJ
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A Usser s vice president and execut.ve director; Albeit Sto chamnan. Board 1
fors Max'Paul, 2nd vice president; and Hyman Lake, tegal adwtear and secretary.vj
Harry Sirkin. president Function of the newly formed organixat.on to fUl tfa, J
Retarded and mentally .11 children who can not participate in the program of the pu*]
system. Spiritual advisor is Rabbi Irving Lehiman.____________
our graduation ceremonies and the rider it an honor to have been
entire program thai evening. ted by your paper as the re- |
,... experience for ^^Sf^St to
have been called by Rabbi ,^ ^ expK.utjons and |
nder Gross to the dais and ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
to be handed this beautiful medal
for Essay and Journalism
I can assure you that I will for
ever cherish this award which I
cd and will always con
writer
I.t tor I'.nckman
Graduate, (lass of 1953
The Hebrew Academy
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'10, 1953
JewlstrhrkMan
PAGE 13
Obituaries
three i
on,
Kitty
h were
'" WMU
In i
el
WEISBERQ
Ih St.. itl^d July 3ril.
id sheet metal work-
Lfn>m Brooklyn
Ivlnn are hi* Wife,
he; a . Mr>
Brfiauil; h moii, a mih-
li1'1' liiidi en. Si : \ Ice*
In New Vi.ik, with
Funeral Hmo In
^rranei-iiH'iitH.
COHEN
A I Miami Honch,
hai tender, he rame
iYork City II years
li tnna Cohen, mid
Raj ne.i < '..hen. Miir-
|ea were held Ki Ida )
fcpel. Miami Hearh,
Nebo Cemetery.
TAYLOR
|.Ave.. Miami ReftCh,
came hare leveo
r.vn Hawr, Pa Bud
wife. Mr- Kebeeca
pic; throe daughter*,
r Phlladelphl i,
Mm and Mm it...-;.-
lor Miami. Rervlooa
twin* day In Klver-
[Ch.ipel. IIum.iI was
it
IREISHER
rator i.f 200 NE
|nd. Me mine here
[York. Hiid I* Hur-
Khel. Sprvtoe were
ph Memorial Chap"
It. Hobo !oBMtary.
EHRLICH
It., died Saturday.
years ago from
laH a retired real
founded the Na-
irer AasoclatkM In
bro. He alan or-
Over forty Club.
Wife, Helen; and
if Miami, and Hon-
Ireii Kara held Mon-
flami Chapel, with
Cell.. Cemetery.
SHAPIRO
i I'l St.. M hull I
on June 30th. A
fcrp owner, he had
ne\*en i purs. Sur-
Ile.kle. Of Miami
ktera, Mrs. Mildred
le Itoth and Mi-
| all of New York;
Miami lieach; and
ell. if Miami, and
of New York. Ro-
to New York for
lent. Arrangenientn
iKlvernlde Memorial
Seaeh.
LEO J. LERMAN
>.r Tfa -K(th St., passed away ud-
denly on July 4th ft>rmerl) or Chl-
eajto where he was ennaced in the
electrical roil tin ('ting hualnrsx. Ho
wan a member of the 01 Loull Club.
Survived by his wife, Rather: two
aona. Uerald and Michael; two sla-
ters. Mrs. Qoidle Kogit, of Laih
boa Alujelee, and Mis Beatrice Otaaer,
of < lil. .ik... and h brother. I'hlllp.
Sei vie es were held Mon.hu at Itlyer-
alde Memorial Chapel. Intel m. i,i fo|.
h.w.il In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
NAT SOLENOER
0, formerly of 1KH Meridian A\o.. a
resident ..r Miami llea.h for II wars,
passed away Jnne :mth. II. in, here
In.in New Vork and a-former sales-
man of bakery auppllea. Survived bv
his wife, Mlllan; two dniiRhters, Miss
Pranrtene, of Miami Beach, ni Mis
Mildred Kaiser, of Yonkers, NY.; one
brother ami on.- later. The bod) .v..-
aant to New York for Bai VtOPa and
burial Arranremeata were in ha
of lllverslde Memorial Chapel, Mian,I
Beaoh.
TANIA LOVE
.".0, formerly of ISn., Pennsylvania Avp..
Miami Baaoh, passed away Jui..
She eiint- here right years ao From
Nan Vork. Her urvfaora InHude a
niece, Mrs. Qokteane Bunurln, of Mi-
ami Peach. Services were held on
July Ind, with Rabbi Irvine; U)irmnn
officiating. Interment was In Ml Ne-
bo Cemetery. Arrangements were in
eharae of Klyetside Memoi ial Chapel
of Miami Poach.
_ ROSE BARENBAUM
7.".. funnel ly of Mfl Collins Ave.. Mi-
ami Peach, passed away July 1st. A
former resjdent of Arlington, Va., she
Is survived by her ilaiiKhter. Mrs. Leah
Bohwarsman, Of Arlington. Kemains
were sent to Philadelphia for services
and burial. Arrangements were In
chance of Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Miami Beach.
FLORA KATZIN
79. formerly of 17.14 Meridian Ave Mi-
ami Beach, passed away July 4th. A
former resident of Short Hills. N.J.,
ahe la survived by her daughter. Mrs.
Ixmis J. Cohen, of Newark. Kemains
were sent to Newark for aervlces and
burial. Arrangements were in charge
of Kiverside Memorial Chapel of Mi-
ami Beach.
LEON OALANTER
82, of IliO 100th Kt Bay Harbor,
passed away Tuesday. Survived by his
wife. Hannah: daughters Mrs. Ada
Suiiiii. Mrs. Margie Dixnn: brothers
Will. Meyer. Wellman. I>r. Harry: sla-
ters Mrs. Carl Schneider. Mrs. Nor-
man Itoth; and 3 grandchildren. Serv-
ices were held Thursday at Gordon's
Mlnml Beach Chapel. Interment fol-
lowed at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
MAX HILSENRATH
a retired real estate salesman, who
came here five years aero, died Mon-
day In a local hospital. He lived at
2" NK 41st St. funeral services were
In New York. Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami, was In charge of local
arrangements. He la survived by hie
wife, Henrietta.
MORRIS RICHTER
.14. of 3970 Indian Creek l>r., operator
of a women's apparel atore at ltOC
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, died
Saturday. He sold hla bualneas In New
York to move to the Beach several
months i-o. His wife. Mrs. Sylvia
Iti.-liter, survives him. Services and
burial took place In New York. Riv-
erside Chapel, Miami Beach, waa In
charge of local arrangements.
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Bender Is Named
Commander Of
Florida JWV
\V:llard H. Binder, of 586, >V.
13th
ted state commander of tne
Department of Florida, Jewish

held
in Tai
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Zomora Membership Tea
. ne second ta a >l'ries of sum
1 mer membership teas was held ye*
terday by the Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood at th. h
'sidn.
ted the Mi
ach ai S

Bender
Komkorg WiH
Supervise Kosher
Food I'lul l*l


ties
I thi ne* ini
plan!
". Street.
th Mi-
1 purchasing plan,
will

t that
e than favorabl) with
: Rabbi Jos
Eye Adjustment
Changes Outlook
Dr S Allen Gardner. Miami op-
tometrist, is the author of an ar-
ticle in the OptometriC Weekly
which tell- the -top. of a patient
regaining hi- poise and confidence
by the use of contact tenses.
The local eye specialist describes
the patient as being blind in one
and having little vision in the
other due to head injuries suffer
ed at the age of 19. Not only was
the patient's vision seriously im-
! but his blind eye was un
sightly, and ti. .th vision
would turn at an awkward II
in order to fa
Dr Gardner describes the mak-
ing of a ontact lens for
lh( i while another
made to simulate a normal
tient's whole a'' I
on lil doctor
Even thou is a li-
ne has never prai
N .-. he i
: starting a law prai I
Mrs Murry Grossman and Mrs. A. A. Hayden. camp representative* of Camp Carlynl
and girls at Hendersonville. North Carolina, at the Seaboard Railroad station. Miami,
ble children lor their annual trip to Camp Corlyle lor the summer. .
Beer Unveiling
ti ,n of a monument
to thi "i the late Tillie
formerly of 1408 Euclid Ave
will be held n Sui June
12th 12 I i 1 HI N< hi i erne-
t.ry with Cantor Abraham Self of-
ficiating Mr- Beer is survived by
her husband. Mai; one -on. Al-
bert J. two daughters, Mr- Ann i
Hochman and Mr- Pearl Berman;
and three brother-. Morris. Aaron
and Meyer Kuchs, all of Miami
Arrangements are in charRe of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Sr or Priori*
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9911
LITE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Lit* l"i Co.
0* Biocjyo Bidg
19 W. FUglor St.
r!
I'OUB
404
NOW
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
fnDrt 0 non
Jewish Trade
Sock-Hop Dance
The Coral Gables Young Adults
will hold a sock-hop dance on Sun-
day evening. July 12th. 9pm. at
the Elk'.- Auditorium. 720 West
Avenue. The group plans it next
meeting for Wednesda) evening,
July 15th. at the Coral Gable- Jets
ish Center
YIDDISH CLASSICAL
HOUR
with
The Dean of Jewish Commentators
MORRIS NASATIR
Harry Kornbtrg
eph Rakovsky, the kosher meats
II bs other deep freeze foods
high as 40 per
cent through wholesale purchi
Included in the plan is an Amana
ht food freezer in which to
large quantities of frozen
food- Kornberg said here that the
for the freezer and food
will be less than the housewife
now spends at retail prices,
Information i- available at 3 3485
and 9-7695.
4 nourishing Food...
A Refreshing Drink*
I WANT MY MILK
Will Return
Sunday. October 4th
with a
New Program
and
Two New Features
Look for the- 2-Slory White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS S40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
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LY 10. 1953
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PAGE 15
SAL NOTICE
IDlT COURT OC THC
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
JADE COUNTY, FLOR-
4ANCERY. No. 1*0617
17ENTES, Plaintiff,
NTES, Defendant.
BY PUBLICATION
JJE FUENTE8, HO W. 99
[York 24, New York, are
rd that a BUI of Com-
J>lvoice has been filed
an.I you are required to
iof your Answer or Plead-
Bill of Comirtamt on the
tomey, THKolxiRK j.
Ml*. Seybold Building, Ml-
k, and file the original
Pleading In the office of
[ the Circuit Court, on or
H day of July. 1951. If
> n jt.iinvi you fur llio re-
in the Hill of Complaint.
3 OKI>KRKI> at Miami,
13rd day of June. 1953.
I!. LEATHERMAN,
irk, Circuit Court.
id., county, Florida
i Heal)
Wit. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
1-17
LEGAL NOTICE
JNDER FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
d. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
JERO d/b/a TRAVEL-
[XI. at P. a Box 927.
s Intends to register
|h the Clerk of the Clr-
Dade County. Florida.
DAVID OOLDBERO
Owner and Operator
A'R
[Applicant
Tldg.
17
JNDER FICTITIOUS
|AME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
id. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
PARTMENTH, at 1116-
lilvd opa Locka. Fla.,
ster said name with the
| Circuit Court of Dade
KORASH. Sole Owner
Applicant
K
JNDER FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN thst
desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
M ORILL, at 3S8 H.W.
ml. Intend to register
|h the Clerk of the Cir-
Dade County, Florida.
MARIE VENTOL.ORA
TIILMAN
Oers
8SI.ER
Applicants
_fe.
.17
JNDER FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
Thereby given th.it
desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
Ift-KUNDE MFG. CO.
kSU Blue Drive, Miami.
Register said name with
Circuit Court of Dade
IANK W. HODGIN8
ICIIARD F. KL'.NDE
I8LKR
Lppllcants
i;
JNDER FICTITIOUS
|AME LAW
HEREHY GIVEN that
"I. desiring to engage In
kr the fictitious name of
MEN'S WEAR, at 49X3
ri Miami Beach. Florida.
|ster said name with the
Circuit Court of Dade
pa
IRWIN A I.PER
ANNETTE AM'ER
IERTKOF, ESQ.
|U-17______________________
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Is HBRBBY GIVEN that
pied, desiring to engage in
Jer the fictitious name of
>\VAKE, at :t667-a69 West
Miami, Flu., Intend to
name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County,
ERNEST ROSCOE
FLORENCE ROSCOE
Sole Owners
RAND
Applicant
i Building
HO-17_____________________
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[IB HEREBY GIVEN that
tned, desiring to engage In
jder the fictitious name of
1ANER8 AND LACNDER-
V< B.W. Sth Ave., Miami,
la to register aald name
;ii-i k of the Cireuit Court
Buntv, Florida
ROBERT BROWN
D3ER
t>r Applicant
Building
I-lti-17
fc UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is hereby given that
Rygn-d. desiring to engage in
Bl. i the fictitious name of
CL KANHUS & LAUN-
|t SlMiS B.W. 16th Terr.
Intends to register aald
tin- Clerk of the Circuit
[hide County, Floi i,i i
EMANCEL SEITUN
iPEl;
V Applicant
*. HiiildlnK
UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
"IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Kned, desiring to encase In
idei the fictitious name of
I RKNCH, at Miami H
J to register said name with
If the Circuit Court of Dade
p::.l,
KTHET, CARNEY
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
CHANCERY. No. 180776
FRED GIBSON, Plaintiff.
va.
LELA WILLIAM, and If married.
-----------, her husband. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME til-' THE
STATE OF' FLORIDA
TO: l.ELA WILLIAMS, If living, and
If married, ....._....._. WILLIAMS.
her husband, whose resident m
are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tors or other parties claiming by.
thiniiKh, under or against LELA
WILLIAMS, not known to be
dead or alive, and If married,
, her husband,
not known to be dead or alive;
AND Aj.su as to each of the
above named defendant Individ-
uals, if they be deceased, then
an unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
tees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against such defendants; AND
ALSO all other and unknown per-
sons having or claiming to hava
any right, title or interest In the
property which Is the sabjeel
matter of this suit, said property
lying and being In Dade County,
Florida, and more particularly
described as follows:
Lots 19 and 20, MIDWAY, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof re-
corded In Plat Book 3, at Page
177, of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
YOB AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
Plaintiff above named, for the. pur-
pose of quieting title of the plaintiff
in and to the property involved hers-
Inabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBT ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your appear-
ance in said suit on or before the 7th
day of August. 19S3. and In default
of such Appearance, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you
and each of you.
This Order to be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Florldian. a Newspaper
published In Dade County, Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
this lBt day of July, 19.'i3.
e. b. leathf:rman.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
7/3-10-17-24
certificate of corporate
Dissolution
in the name and by the
authority of the state
of florida
to all to whom thf:sw pres-
ents shall come. greetings:
This Is to certify that, whereas,
lohn F\ Slemlenskl. Miami Reach, Fla
-itefania Slemlenskl, Miami Beach, Fin.
ilenry Slemlenskl, Miami Beach, Fin.
Jifl on the L-.'.th day of January, A.D.
.950, cause to be incorporated under
-he provisions of Chapter 10096. Laws
>f F'lorldn, Acts of 192.',, BUN DECK
CORP., a corporation, with Its prin-
cipal plan- of business at Miami
Beach, Dade County, in the State of
Florida, and whereas the stockholders
of said corporation tllil on the 27th
day of June. A.D. 1953. cause to be
tiled in the office of the Secretary
>f State of the State of Florida, a con-
tent of all the stockholders under the
provisions of said Chapter 1009*, Laws
of Florida, Acts of 192S, requesting
the dissolution of anld corporation,
therefore the Secretary of State Is
satisfied that said corporation has
compiled with the requirements of
law.
IN WITNF:KH WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have ufflxed the Great
Baal of the State of Florida, at
TaHahsst.ee, the Capital, this
the twenty-seventh day of
June. A.D. 1953.
R. A. GRAY,
-... Secretary of State.
7/10/53
LILLIAN FEOMKM
u-v,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 303S4-B
In Re: KHTATE OF1
MEYER J. CLICK, also known as
M. J. GLICK, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MEYER J. CLICK, also
known as M. J. GLICK. deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. BLANTON FRANK B.
HOWLING. County Judges of -Dade
County, and file the same in their
office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar month from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date June 12th. A.D. 1933.
JACtilt FISHMAN
e1iiei. lesowoder
charlf:s lippow
As Administrators of the
Estate of
MEYKIt J. CLICK, a/k/a
M. J. GLICK, Deceased.
GEORGE CHBIlTKtiF
Attorney for Administrators
6,26 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PLASTIC PLORI&T CO. (Not Inc.).
at 119 N.E. th Street Miami, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
Sole Owner
7/1S-17-21-S1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: is hf:rf:by given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BOOTERY. at 272 Miracle Mile,
Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Da.le County. F'lorlda.
JOSEPH HYMAN, Sole Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
7/10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 160&S3
MILTON WIENER. Plaintiff,
vs.
GERTRI'DE WIENER, Defendant.
ordf:r of- publication .
to: gerthcdf: wif:nek, 178 e.
93th Street. Brooklyn, New York
you arf; herkhy notified
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
baa l.ei-ii filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer on the Plaintiffs attorney and
file the original Answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 3rd day of August, 1963;
otherwise. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
ni.iniled in the BUI of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of July, 1953.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By V. B. M.o laiii.n,
Deputy Clerk (seal)
c,f:orge j. talianoff. esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MARY-WILL APT*., at 1331-53-33
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile
County, Florida.
Wt)l,FK MENDBLCYS
miriam mf:.ndf:lzys
Owners
WILLIAM I BBJENNBR
Attorney for Owners
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
F'LORMIR TRUCKING COMPANY, at
200 Ludlum Drive, Miami Springs,
Fla.. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MIRIAM HERLANDS
F'LORENCE RUDN1CK
Sole Owners
MORTON M. B1EGEL
Attorney for Applicants
19 W. Flagler Street
/2 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage It
business under the fictitious name of
20TH CENTURY MANUFACTURING
CO., at 2411 N. Miami Ave.. Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
RICHARD HAMILTON
Sole Owner
7/10-17-24-31
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28541-A
RE: f:statf: OF
F'RANCES RINGER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICF: Is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executors of
the estate of PRANCES RINGER, de-
ceased; and that on the 24th day of
July, 1953, we will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executors of the
Estate of FRANCES RINGER, de-
ceased.
Thla 17th day of June, 1953.
/s/ WILLIAM PARKER
a I DOROTHY PARKER
(ecutora of the Estate of
Prances Ringer, Deceased.
MYERS. IIE1MAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executors
660 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida.
1/19-26 7/1-10
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1*41
File A-17951
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
M. HARKINS. holder of County Tax
Sale Certificate No. 8033. Issued the
28th day of May, A.D. 1951, has filed
same In my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following deHcrlhcil property In
the County of Dade, State of Florida,
to-wlt:
It 64, University Park. Plat Book
IS, Page 46, In the County of Dade,
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
of DR. P. R TUAYNoll
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the proper!)
described herein will be sold to the
highest i.i.id.i .it the court rtotne
dooi "ti the ftrwt Monday In the month
of August. 1933. which Is the 3rd day
of August, 1953
Dated this 15th day of Julie, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Couit Seal)
Br N. C. BTERRETT,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NORTH SHORE BEAUTY SAI>>N, at
7111 Harding Avenue, Miami Reach,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
SAMLEL HOLTZMAN (Owner)
6/19-26 7/3-10
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28855- B
RE: ESTATE OF
ETHEL SMALL WARMAN,
f/k/a ETHEL SMALL,
a/k/a F:THF:L WARMAN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given thst I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as F:xecutor of the
estate of ETHEL SMALL WARMAN,
f/k/a ETHF:L SMALL, a/k/a ETHEL
WARMAN, deceased; and that on the
27th day of July, 1953. I will apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of the Estate of
ETHEL SMALL WARMAN, f/k/a
BTHBL SMALL. a/k/a ETHEL
WARMAN. deceased.
This 24th day of June, 1953.
LOUIS SMALL. Executog
OF:NET A GENET
Attorneys for Exeoutor and for Estate
1/24 7/3-19-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tho fictitious name of
WILMI'R REALTY ASSOCIATES. In-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM HANDELMAN
IRENE HANDELMAN
MURRAY FLASHNER
ISABEL FLASHNER
HARRY 7.1 KERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
41'ti Lincoln ltd Miami Peach, Fla.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HFTREI1Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TOMMY'S DECK BAR, at 627 6th
HJajnl Beach, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florids.
FRANCIS UMRERTO CORP.
A Florida Corp.
ELI r.KEGER
Attorney for Applicant
133 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
/ Vi-ie-i?
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0913
BERTHA ELIZABETH O'DoNNEI.I,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDWARD JOHN O'DONNEI.I.
Defendant.
TO: EDWARD JOHN ODONNELL
66-42 Gray Street, Middle Village
Loaw Island, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit t'oui-t en or before the 10th
day of August. A.D. 1953; otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
7th dsy of July', 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By: M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff- Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
7/1U-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MECHANICS TOOL SUPPLY CO., at
4812 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULES WERNER
NATALIE WERNER
7/3-10-17-24
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
Ne. 27SM
RE: ESTATE OF
-MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN,
deceased: and that on the 20th day of
July, 1953, will apply to the Honorable
FRANK It DOWIJNG. County Judge
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for finnl dis-
charge as F^xecutor of the Estate of
MJM'KICF: BRAUNSTEIN, deceased.
This 12th day of June. 1953.
s/ JULES BRAUNSTEIN
MAX. R. SU.VER
Attorney for Exec tit or
6/19-26 7 3-1U
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 160S70
ROC1LIA RUSSELL. Plaintiff,
vs.
STEPHF:N J RISSELL. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: STEPHEN J RUSSELL,
2I01 North Miller Avenue,
Richmond. Virginia.
You. STEPHEN I KISSELL. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Liilalntirra Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
TS Florida, and file the original Answer
or Heading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day of August. 1953. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.k (or four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.oRlIHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of July, A.D.
E It LEATHERMAN,
clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Conn Sell Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
-j; Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
T/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MtiltAVs JEWELERS, at 111 NE :'nd
Avenue, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY SCHKCHTKR
SALLY .SCHECHTER
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
50 Seybold llldg.
6/19-26 7/3-10 |
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Ne. 301M-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SIMON MILLER, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said F:state:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, oc
either of you, may have against the
estate of SIMON MILLER, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and flic the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dado County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date June 10, A.D. 1953.
PAULINE MILLER.
As Executrix of the I--\.t Will
and Testament of
SIMON MILLER. Deceased.
GBR8HON S MILLER
Attorne) for Mrs. Pauline Miller
I 19-M 7/3-10
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30619-B
In Jte: KSTATE of
MICHAEL HELLER. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against tin-
estate of MICHAEL HELLER, de-
ceased late of Dade County,' Florida,
to the Hon. FRANK II. DOWLING.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. F'lor-
lda. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Hate June 30, AD. 1913. -
LEA H. HELLER,
As administratrix of the
Estate of
MICHAEL HELLER.
Deceased.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Administratrix
7/3-10-17-24__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JOHNSTON"*.' STEAK, at 315 S.W.
18th Ave., Miami, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MYER 8TILLERMAN
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN II. KAPLAN
Attotneys for Owner
650 Seybold Bldg.
7/10-17-24-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24703
RE ESTATE I IF
CHAR1.F:s F REDBR, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of CHARLES F\ REDER. de-
ceased, and that on the 3rd day of
August. 1953. will apply to the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade < ounty.
F'lorlda, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as !Ex-
ecutor of the Estate of CHARLES F.
REDER, deceased.
This 25th day of June. 1953.____
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LY, JULY 10, 1953 v.MewM fhrknan A*ftV*l mmi Window. lack H. Bcckwith, of Miami, ctcd president of the East tntal Society as the group Its annual summer conven[Nassau Saturday. Other ofuclude Dr. Albert E. Rosenliami, president-elect [in;: horizons at the Dadc j Cancer Institute have led kangc in the name of the pnty Cancer Institute. The lion will henceforth be the Cancer Institute at According to Leonard A. resident. Wien said that (name indicates better the I the organization's war on ed Geismar, chairman of ping Board, has been namBeach's outstanding citib' year at a Civic League on dinner Sunday evening Ugiers Hotel ... Dr. H. Williams, vice president University of Miami, has the honorary chairmanKhe Dade County Citizens Be*' on Educational Telepniporary officers include why Krieger Fink, rccordlary. Function of the orwill be to obtain comipport for educational TV Comptroller Clarence M. %  announced in Tallahassee h; 'Had approved a charier for Hppolitan Bank of Miami It 11 start with a capital Tof $2,000,000. Members %  bw bank's Board will in%  Altmayer, retired execuHlgar Buick Company; HarBuidfield. Miami Beach fii and Joseph Weintraub, id Hthe American Title & In %  ompany, Miami Two Bach students will receive Brom the Chicago Medical Hinorrow. They are Lawr%  er, son of Mrs. Doris AdByron Avenue, and Edkwits, son of Mr. and Mrs. rkwits, 4510 Meridian Avntatives of the Dade merican Red Cross Chapin Washington Monday for lay annual Bed Cross conAmong official chapter %  s authorized to cast Dade's %  s is Joseph Lipton, presi%  the Dade Federal Savings Bn Association Dr. S. G. Ber, Miami Beach, has been fecretary of the Florida Ople Association. Elections kid Monday in Jacksonville he final day of the group's state convention ted after 23 years were three English-born sisters, Mrs. Lucy Bey, of Far Rockaway. Long Island, New York; Mrs. M. J. Taylor, of Manchester, England; and Mrs. Maurice Dwek, 1701 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. The reunion came in Mrs. Dwek's home. The sisters are all natives of Manchester .. Mrs. Sam Resnick is new president of the Palm-Hibiscus I Islands Garden Club. Other offijcers include the Mesdames Irving H. Fineberg, vice president; George |,Copeland, recording secretary; Victor H. Lindlahr. corresponding secretary; and A. Milton Dohre, treasurer At the recent semi-annual con vention of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants held j in Dayton Beach, Milton Sadoff, of Coral Qables, was awarded a plaque in recognition of his "outstanding achievement in passing November, 1952, examinations for Certified Public Accountants at first sitting with highest honors in the State of Florida Private Eugene Edwinn, son of Herman Gin4fer& 151 Collins Avenue, has just been assigned to the 503rd Military Police Battalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He completed his basic training with the 13th Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and will now undergo ad vanced individual training to qualify him as a Military Policeman Paul H. Marks, Miami attorney, has been named councilman-atlarge of the University of Florida Alumni Association ... Dr. Murray Sanders, University of Miami research professor of microbiology and newly elected president of a joint council representing the U of M and the Carlos Finlay Institute in Havana, Cuba, said here that research in the problems of virus diseases is expected to be furthered as a result of a recent conference representing top scientists of the two institutions Alan David Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Alan, 744 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, has been graduated at the head of his class of 300 at Duke University. He earned a Phi Beta Kappa key while studying political theory. He will enter Navy Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island, in September Sid Sobelson has been installed commander of Miami Beach Post No. 85, American Legion. Other officers include Gerald J. Klein, vice commander; Herman Grayson, vice commander; George J. MichPAGB3 aels, finance., officer; Frank Gordon, chaplain; Ted Frank, historian; and Mike Mirelson, sergeantat-arms .. Recently arrived at the port of Inchon, Korea, as a replacement for the First Marine Division j was Corporal Henry R. Weiss, of i 341 i. .V 30th Road, Miami f/"€*' ^UNE* DAIRY %  •^V BO A Kin ,^91 BRAND Gershwin Concert To Feature Sanroma At Beach Auditorium Sunday Evening A program dedicated to the muGeorge Gershwin concert. Other HEALTH -EGGS BEST BUTTER dent t and L Srhn^ DflSM sic of American composer George Gershwin has become traditional for the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra, and conductor John Bitter will present another such program on Sunday evening, July 12th, 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The fourth concert in the third series of summer pop presentations will feature Jesus Maria Sanroma in readings of Gershwin's Concerto in F Major for Piano and Orchestra and Rhapsody In Blue. Mr. Sanroma has been hailed by leading American critics from coast to coast. Olin Downes, of the New York Times, has called him "equalled by a very few and outrivaled by no one." After a recent Boston recital, Rudolph Elie, Jr., said that Jesus Maria Sanroma can supply one of the most enjoyable piano recitals of anyone who comes quickly to mind. "He has wonderful fingers," Elie wrote, "a technique that allows him to do just about anything, an approach to the music that is filled with integrity and honesty and an ingratiating personal quality." Mr. Bitter and the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra thus have an outstanding recitalist with whom to present the works scheduled to be performed include the popular songs, I Got Plenty O' Nuttin', from Porgy And Bess, Gershwin's folk opera, and Embraceable You. Also programmed is the tone poem, An American In Paris. H.L. *pl& and JbependaHe effle <&**ar M IAMI TITLC <( Obstruct Co. 15 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY IOWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE! 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LY 10, 1953 + k*vi*tlW>rtcH>>r PAGE 7 li lladaNKali Evening tli Group of Hadassah or a social get-together lay, July 15th, 8 p.m., ate Carlo Hotel, accordHarry M. Kaplan, presbe the first in a aeries scheduled for the nth*. Chairman of the be Mrs. Erwin Stein, Mrs. Ira KriviUin, cowill be servfaVby 1. J. Davis, L. Edell, I, Bess Lesser, L. Sharestin. Dade Relations Group Names New Officers Burnett Roth, chairman of the Nominating Committee for the Dade County Council on Community Relations, this week announced the election of officers and the Executive Committee for the term of 1963-54. Named chairman of the group is Hol'lis Rinehart. Other officers include Paul Scott, 1st vice chairman; Malcolm Ross, 2nd vice chairman; Roth, 3rd vice chairman; Telfair Knight, treasurer; and Miss Marie Roberts, secretary. About Town... Washington Federal Fastest Among Growing **"*• IG BETTER rS observes e Toped, grandIMr. and Mrs. lack B032 Alton Road, 8 Bch. Dane is one %  Uncle Wallace i the Miami manurecutive. %  I'LL HOLD ON — IT'S SAFER THAT WAY says Ivy to her brother, Stephen. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shapiro, 1225 SW 13th Court, Miami. — Bahy Photos by Aril more Financial Statement of Condition for Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association as of close of business, June 30, 1953, shows Washington Federal to be among the fastest growing Federals in the United States. Located between City Hall, Miami Beach, and the Post Office, Washington Federal opened to business with $280,000 pledged in sav-. ings accounts. Total assets as of June 30th, were $4,089,097.94. $3,643,150.71 represent 3,414 savings accounts. Jack D. Gordon, president, said this week that, "we're very proud of the tremendous growth of this association in the short time it has been open, and we're gratified at the confidence that has been shown us." Gordon attributes this growth to the quality of service, convenience, merchandising policy and personnel. Washington Federal was designed by Norman M. Ciller and Associates, with decor by John Kronenfeld. A mural, by Bill Hinnant. depicts the historical events in the life of George Washington. There are future plans for an architectural exhibit in cooperation with the American Institute of Architects. The Association features Home Modernization loans in which payments may be made over a period of time consistent with a sound financial practice and mortgage loans tailored to the needs of the home owner, with convenient payments .individually planned to fit each financial situation. Officers and directors in addition to Gordon, president-director (Gaynor-Gordon Insurance), arc Arthur H. Courshon, secretary-director (Courshon and Courshon, Counsel to the Association); Ben. GiUer, vice president-director (Oilier Contracting Co.); Michael Steckloff, vice president-director (Motel and Apartment Owner); George W. Hirsch, vice president, comptrollerdirector (accounting firm of Becker and Hirsch); Milton M. Gaynor, treasurer-director (Gaynor-Gordon Insurance). S. C. Stampleman, director (former chairman of the Board and president of Gillette Safety Razor Co.); Charles Silver, director (president, Adams Engineering Co.); and Claude Pepper, director (former United States Senator; Pepper and Fairclath, counsel to the Association). Washington Federal officials said here that they will associate themselves with the sponsorship of cultural activities in the Miami Beach area wherever possible. UMM0 4 Campers Are Granted lied Cross Citations Twenty-one intermediate tied Cross swimming certificates will be awarded to children of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Beach Branch Day Camp in the near future, according to Mrs. George Simon, director. The 21 children have passed their intermediate examination and are now eligible for their first experience in rowhoats. A special program of fishing and boating for these children is now being planned. The second period of camp begins July 20th and will continue for four weeks. Highlights of the past week's activities included a full day program at Crandon Park for the eight to 12 year olds, where several children caught tropical fish and other sea life. Spaas 1 year vacati.ii in 1h. \ %  la. Ridge Mountains The Horowitz Kosher inn 331 First Ave., W. H.nd.rs.nville, N.C. 31st UASOM Fin. Koihir foods, prepared in I— American 6tyle by expert casks. Writ, er phone 20S for reearva-' tioni. All rooms with private and connecting baths. Under 1'ersonal Supervision of i Mrs. A. Horowitz rWWWWWWWWWl •* ,,course we have Miami Diaper Service! 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LY 10. 1953 f~a/'* FIrur-*****) PAGE 15 SAL NOTICE IDlT COURT OC THC JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN JADE COUNTY, FLOR4ANCERY. No. 1*0617 17ENTES, Plaintiff, NTES, Defendant. BY PUBLICATION JJE FUENTE8, HO W. 99 [York 24, New York, are rd that a BUI of ComJ>lvoice has been filed %  an. I you are required to iof your Answer or PleadBill of Comirtamt on the %  tomey, THKolxiRK J. Ml*. Seybold Building, Mlk, and file the original Pleading In the office of [ the Circuit Court, on or H day of July. 1951. If > NKRKI> at Miami, 13rd day of June. 1953. I!. LEATHERMAN, irk, Circuit Court. id., county, Florida i Heal) %  Wit. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 1-17 LEGAL NOTICE JNDER FICTITIOUS IAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that •d. desiring to engage In the fictitious name of JERO d/b/a TRAVEL[XI. at P. a Box 927. s„ Intends to register |h the Clerk of the ClrDade County. Florida. DAVID OOLDBERO Owner and Operator A'R [Applicant Tldg. %  17 JNDER FICTITIOUS |AME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that id. desiring to engage In the fictitious name of PARTMENTH, at 1116lilvd opa Locka. Fla., ster said name with the | Circuit Court of Dade KORASH. Sole Owner Applicant K JNDER FICTITIOUS IAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN thst desiring to engage In the fictitious name of M ORILL, at 3S8 H.W. %  ml. Intend to register |h the Clerk of the CirDade County, Florida. MARIE VENTOL.ORA TIILMAN Oers 8SI.ER Applicants _fe. .17 JNDER FICTITIOUS IAME LAW THEREBY GIVEN th.it desiring to engage In the fictitious name of Ift-KUNDE MFG. CO. kSU Blue Drive, Miami. Register said name with Circuit Court of Dade IANK W. HODGIN8 ICIIARD F. KL'.NDE I8LKR Lppllcants i; JNDER FICTITIOUS |AME LAW HEREHY GIVEN that "I. desiring to engage In kr the fictitious name of MEN'S WEAR, at 49X3 r i Miami Beach. Florida. |ster said name with the Circuit Court of Dade pa IRWIN A I.PER ANNETTE AM'ER IERTKOF, ESQ. |U-17 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Is HBRBBY GIVEN that pied, desiring to engage in Jer the fictitious name of >\VAKE, at :t667-a69 West Miami, Flu., Intend to name with the Clerk of Court of Dade County, ERNEST ROSCOE FLORENCE ROSCOE Sole Owners RAND Applicant i Building HO-17 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [IB HEREBY GIVEN that tned, desiring to engage In jder the fictitious name of 1ANER8 AND LACNDERV< B.W. Sth Ave., Miami, la to register aald name ;ii-i k of the Cireuit Court Buntv, Florida ROBERT BROWN D3ER t>r Applicant Building I-lti-17 fc UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  is HEREBY GIVEN that Rygn-d. desiring to engage in Bl. i the fictitious name of CL KANHUS & LAUN|t SlMiS B.W. 16th Terr. Intends to register aald tinClerk of the Circuit [hide County, Floi i,i i EMANCEL SEITUN iPEl; V Applicant *. HiiildlnK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "IS HEREBY GIVEN that Kned, desiring to encase In idei the fictitious name of I RKNCH, at Miami H J to register said name with If the Circuit Court of Dade p::.l, KTHET, CARNEY LEGAL NOTICE IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THI 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 180776 FRED GIBSON, Plaintiff. va. LELA WILLIAM, and If married. her husband. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME til-' THE STATE OF' FLORIDA TO: l.ELA WILLIAMS, If living, and If married, _. WILLIAMS. her husband, whose resident M are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by. thiniiKh, under or against LELA WILLIAMS, not known to be dead or alive, and If married, her husband, not known to be dead or alive; AND Aj.su as to each of the above named defendant Individuals, if they be deceased, then an unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such defendants; AND ALSO all other and unknown persons having or claiming to hava any right, title or interest In the property which Is the sabjeel matter of this suit, said property lying and being In Dade County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lots 19 and 20, MIDWAY, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, at Page 177, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOB AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the Plaintiff above named, for the. purpose of quieting title of the plaintiff in and to the property involved hersInabove described. YOU ARE HEREBT ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your appearance in said suit on or before the 7th day of August. 19S3. and In default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you and each of you. This Order to be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Florldian. a Newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, this lBt day of July, 19.'i3. E. B. LEATHF:RMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN. (Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 7/3-10-17-24 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THF:SW PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS: This Is to certify that, whereas, lohn F\ Slemlenskl. Miami Reach, Fla -itefania Slemlenskl, Miami Beach, Fin. ilenry Slemlenskl, Miami Beach, Fin. Jifl on the L-.'.th day of January, A.D. .950, cause to be incorporated under -he provisions of Chapter 10096. Laws >f F'lorldn, Acts of 192.',, BUN DECK CORP., a corporation, with Its principal planof business at Miami Beach, Dade County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the stockholders of said corporation tllil on the 27th day of June. A.D. 1953. cause to be tiled in the office of the Secretary %  >f State of the State of Florida, a content of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 1009*, Laws of Florida, Acts of 192S, requesting the dissolution of anld corporation, therefore the Secretary of State Is satisfied that said corporation has compiled with the requirements of law. IN WITNF:KH WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have ufflxed the Great Baal of the State of Florida, at TaHahsst.ee, the Capital, this the twenty-seventh day of June. A.D. 1953. R. A. GRAY, -• %  ... Secretary of State. 7/10/53 LILLIAN FEOMKM u-v, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 303S4-B In Re: KHTATE OF 1 MEYER J. CLICK, also known as M. J. GLICK, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MEYER J. CLICK, also known as M. J. GLICK. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON FRANK B. HOWLING. County Judges of -Dade County, and file the same in their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June 12th. A.D. 1933. JACtilt FISHMAN E1IIEI. LESOWODER CHARLF:S LIPPOW As Administrators of the Estate of MEYKIt J. CLICK, a/k/a M. J. GLICK, Deceased. GEORGE CHBIlTKtiF Attorney for Administrators 6,26 — 7/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PLASTIC PLORI&T CO. (Not Inc.). at 119 N.E. th Street Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT J. HIRSCH Sole Owner 7/1S-17-21-S1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE BOOTERY. at 272 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da.le County. F'lorlda. JOSEPH HYMAN, Sole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 7/10-17-24-31 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 160&S3 MILTON WIENER. Plaintiff, vs. GERTRI'DE WIENER, Defendant. ORDF:R OFPUBLICATION TO: GERTHCDF: WIF:NEK, 178 E. 93th Street. Brooklyn, New York YOU ARF; HERKHY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce baa l.ei-ii filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the Plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 3rd day of August, 1963; otherwise. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief deni. iniled in the BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of July, 1953. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By V. B. M.o LAIII.N, Deputy Clerk (seal) C,F:ORGE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 7/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MARY-WILL APT*., at 1331-53-33 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. Wt)l,FK MENDBLCYS MIRIAM MF:.NDF:LZYS Owners WILLIAM I BBJENNBR Attorney for Owners 7/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of F'LORMIR TRUCKING COMPANY, at 200 Ludlum Drive, Miami Springs, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIRIAM HERLANDS F'LORENCE RUDN1CK Sole Owners MORTON M. B1EGEL Attorney for Applicants 19 W. Flagler Street /2 — 7/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage It business under the fictitious name of 20TH CENTURY MANUFACTURING CO., at 2411 N. Miami Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RICHARD HAMILTON Sole Owner 7/10-17-24-31 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28541-A RE: F:STATF: OF F'RANCES RINGER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICF: IS hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executors of the estate of PRANCES RINGER, deceased; and that on the 24th day of July, 1953, we will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executors of the Estate of FRANCES RINGER, deceased. Thla 17th day of June, 1953. /s/ WILLIAM PARKER a I DOROTHY PARKER (ecutora of the Estate of Prances Ringer, Deceased. MYERS. IIE1MAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executors 660 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida. 1/19-26 — 7/1-10 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1*41 File A-17951 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that M. HARKINS. holder of County Tax Sale Certificate No. 8033. Issued the 28th day of May, A.D. 1951, has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following deHcrlhcil property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: It 64, University Park. Plat Book IS, Page 46, In the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the of DR. P. R TUAYNoll • Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the proper!) described herein will be sold to the highest i.i.id.i .it the court rtotne dooi "ti the ftrwt Monday In the month of August. 1933. which Is the 3rd day of August, 1953 Dated this 15th day of Julie, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Couit Seal) Br N. C. BTERRETT, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NORTH SHORE BEAUTY SAI>>N, at 7111 Harding Avenue, Miami Reach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. SAMLEL HOLTZMAN (Owner) 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28855B RE: ESTATE OF ETHEL SMALL WARMAN, f/k/a ETHEL SMALL, a/k/a F:THF:L WARMAN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given thst I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as F:xecutor of the estate of ETHEL SMALL WARMAN, f/k/a ETHF:L SMALL, a/k/a ETHEL WARMAN, deceased; and that on the 27th day of July, 1953. I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of ETHEL SMALL WARMAN, f/k/a BTHBL SMALL. a/k/a ETHEL WARMAN. deceased. This 24th day of June, 1953. LOUIS SMALL. Executog OF:NET A GENET Attorneys for Exeoutor and for Estate 1/24 — 7/3-19-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho fictitious name of WILMI'R REALTY ASSOCIATES. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM HANDELMAN IRENE HANDELMAN MURRAY FLASHNER ISABEL FLASHNER HARRY 7.1 KERNICK Attorney for Applicants 41'ti Lincoln ltd Miami Peach, Fla. 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HFTREI1Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TOMMY'S DECK BAR, at 627 6th HJajnl Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florids. FRANCIS UMRERTO CORP. A Florida Corp. ELI r.KEGER Attorney for Applicant 133 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. •/ — Vi-ie-i? NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0913 BERTHA ELIZABETH O'DoNNEI.I, Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD JOHN O'DONNEI.I. Defendant. TO: EDWARD JOHN ODONNELL 66-42 Gray Street, Middle Village Loaw Island, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit t'oui-t en or before the 10th day of August. A.D. 1953; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 7th dsy of July', 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By: M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of PlaintiffSolicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 7/1U-17-24-31 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MECHANICS TOOL SUPPLY CO., at 4812 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULES WERNER NATALIE WERNER 7/3-10-17-24 DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT Ne. 27SM RE: ESTATE OF -MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN, deceased: and that on the 20th day of July, 1953, will apply to the Honorable FRANK It DOWIJNG. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for finnl discharge as F^xecutor of the Estate of MJM'KICF: BRAUNSTEIN, deceased. This 12th day of June. 1953. s/ JULES BRAUNSTEIN MAX. R. SU.VER Attorney for Exec tit or 6/19-26 — 7 3-1U NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 160S70 ROC1LIA RUSSELL. Plaintiff, vs. STEPHF:N J RISSELL. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: STEPHEN J RUSSELL, 2I01 North Miller Avenue, Richmond. Virginia. You. STEPHEN I KISSELL. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the •Liilalntirra Attorney. BEN ESSEN. TS>rricg orl Uoal rota*. PhotM 2-1141 km m —nm ots T SEITUN

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'10, 1953 •JewlstrhrkMan PAGE 13 Obituaries three i on, m Brooklyn Ivlnn are hi* Wife, he; a . Mr> Brfiauil; H MOII, a MIHli 1 1 liiidi en. Si : \ Ice* In New Vi.ik, with Funeral Hmo In ^rranei-iiH'iitH. COHEN A I • Miami Honch, hai tender, he rame iYork City II years li %  tnna Cohen, mid Raj ne.i < '..hen. Miir|ea were held Ki Ida ) fcpel. Miami Hearh, Nebo Cemetery. TAYLOR |.Ave.. Miami ReftCh, came hare leveo r.vn Hawr, Pa Bud wife. MrKebeeca pic; throe daughter*, r Phlladelphl i, MM and Mm it...-;.lor Miami. Rervlooa twin* day In Klver[Ch.ipel. IIUM.II was it IREISHER rator i.f 200 NE |nd. Me mine here [York. Hiid I* HurKhel. Sprvtoe were ph Memorial Chap" It. Hobo !oBMtary. EHRLICH It., died Saturday. years ago from laH a retired real founded the Nairer AasoclatkM In BRO. He alan orOver forty Club. Wife, Helen; and if Miami, and HonIreii Kara held Monflami Chapel, with Cell.. Cemetery. SHAPIRO i I'l St.. M hull I on June 30th. A fcrp owner, he had ne\*en i purs. SurIle.kle. Of Miami ktera, Mrs. Mildred %  le Itoth and Mi| all of New York; Miami lieach; and ell. if Miami, and of New York. Roto New York for lent. Arrangenientn iKlvernlde Memorial Seaeh. LEO J. LERMAN >.r Tfa -K(th St., passed away uddenly on July 4th ft>rmerl) or Chleajto where he was ennaced in the electrical roil tin ('ting hualnrsx. Ho wan a member of the 01 Loull Club. Survived by his wife, Rather: two aona. Uerald and Michael; two slaters. Mrs. Qoidle Kogit, of LAIH boa Alujelee, and Mis Beatrice Otaaer, of < lil. .IK... and H brother. I'hlllp. Sei vie es were held Mon.hu at Itlyeralde Memorial Chapel. Intel m. I,I fo|. h.w.il In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. NAT SOLENOER 0, formerly of 1KH Meridian A\o.. a resident ..r Miami llea.h for II wars, passed away Jnne :mth. II. in, here In.in New Vork and a-former salesman of bakery auppllea. Survived bv his wife, Mlllan; two dniiRhters, Miss Pranrtene, of Miami Beach, ni Mis Mildred Kaiser, of Yonkers, NY.; one brother ami on.%  later. The bod) .v..aant to New York for Bai VtOPa and burial Arranremeata were in ha of lllverslde Memorial Chapel, Mian,I Beaoh. TANIA LOVE .".0, formerly of ISn., Pennsylvania Avp.. Miami B a a oh, passed away Jui.. She eiinthere right years ao From Nan Vork. Her %  urvfaora InHude a niece, Mrs. Qokteane Bunurln, of Miami Peach. Services were held on July Ind, with Rabbi Irvine; U)irmnn officiating. Interment was In Ml Nebo Cemetery. Arrangements were in eharae of Klyetside Memoi ial Chapel of Miami Poach. ROSE BARENBAUM 7.".. funnel ly of Mfl Collins Ave.. Miami Peach, passed away July 1st. A former resjdent of Arlington, Va., she Is survived by her ilaiiKhter. Mrs. Leah Bohwarsman, Of Arlington. Kemains were sent to Philadelphia for services and burial. Arrangements were In chance of Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. FLORA KATZIN 79. formerly of 17.14 Meridian Ave Miami Beach, passed away July 4th. A former resident of Short Hills. N.J., ahe la survived by her daughter. Mrs. Ixmis J. Cohen, of Newark. Kemains were sent to Newark for aervlces and burial. Arrangements were in charge of Kiverside Memorial Chapel of Miami Beach. LEON OALANTER 82, of IliO 100th Kt Bay Harbor, passed away Tuesday. Survived by his wife. Hannah: daughters Mrs. Ada Suiiiii. Mrs. Margie Dixnn: brothers Will. Meyer. Wellman. I>r. Harry: slaters Mrs. Carl Schneider. Mrs. Norman Itoth; and 3 grandchildren. Services were held Thursday at Gordon's Mlnml Beach Chapel. Interment followed at Mt. Nebo Cemetery MAX HILSENRATH a retired real estate salesman, who came here five years aero, died Monday In a local hospital. He lived at 2" NK 41st St. funeral services were In New York. Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami, was In charge of local arrangements. He la survived by hie wife, Henrietta. MORRIS RICHTER .14. of 3970 Indian Creek l>r., operator of a women's apparel atore at ltOC Washington Ave., Miami Beach, died Saturday. He sold hla bualneas In New York to move to the Beach several months i-o. His wife. Mrs. Sylvia Iti.-liter, survives him. Services and burial took place In New York. Riverside Chapel, Miami Beach, waa In charge of local arrangements. MCKIMWATING C0U**UTS MMf OF NEW ORLEANS Preach ceisie to .he world Immoui Maw Or / %  ow l i a a* er larvee* to %  leimroly efatespfaere ef eeief M world charm. Open Daily and Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 4153 N.W. 36th Street Miami, Florida Ph. 88 3703 ER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK ef AGES MEMORIALS Summer means full speed ahead for members of the Belle Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, who are making 300 dolls for shipment to the B'nai B'rith Children's Hospital in Israel. Members are shown explaining the process to George Lefcoe, president of the B'nai B'rith Youth Council consisting of 22 youth groups. Shown left to right are Zelda Jackson, Suzanne Lamm, chapter president, Roberta Shaven, Helene Rosner, Barbara Medcove, Francinlee Hand, Lefcoe, Barbara Feuer, Jeanette Sermonetta and Joyce Rothenberg. The chapter was named after Mrs. Irving Lehrman, wife of the Miami Beach Jewish Center spiritual leader. e'"V^V^>e^Ne^V^><-^e'^e^>e' >^V^V'*><, ^e^Ne^V^V^^^>e^>e^^ 1NSURAN s&! 4?0 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA 'PHONE 5-2978 / >~v*-\r*~*~V\**^r' KILL FLYING INSECTS REAL-KILL INSe'CTBCMB 'H'kVOX \ $147 „ OZ. CAN sums* J I Schrager Drug Store 1001 W. Flaaler St. Miami We Deliver Ph. 2-0707 rCDCT Available To Our Regular Subscribers Only! FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY ... WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS I YOUR CHOICE OF ONE OF THESE 3 CHOICE GIFTS ^ WITH EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN (SEE NOTE BELOW) Tina Lohman's Cook Book Contains over 500 traditional Jewish recipes. Strictly kosher — just like mother used to make. Tooley-Myron Portrait Certificate Entitles you. or any member of your family to one lovely Silver tone Portrait—actual studio value $5.00. •MHQHMMM % % % % % % % % % % % % %  1 I French Benzol Gift Coupon Entitles you to $2.00 worth of cleaning or 1 laundry — FREE 1 liilrir; !„:! 1 lK*>mhti'. Mafl %  ^Jetr/sti I krid kin 1 1 0. lex 2973 I K:ai II, Fieri** I ACT NOW DON'T DELAY Clip This Coupon 'PLEASE do not ask for these expensive gifts unless you are now a regular subscriber which makes you eligible to call your friends and neighbors for NEW subscriptions ... and receive your choice of one of these gifts as a token of our appreciation. fnc/oi.rf eject* find %3JH lor I wfcich you Will icndIHt JEWISH f L0KIDIAN ft eat *•* • I Name AMr**t Cit, I I I Shrh •fees* notify .he rrcieienf that this Iftibscriptiom is keine ten. as my tto. | SifW I Address I Send at My eift: I *^aw



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' +Jmi&ncrid&* FRTOAYJULY lo,, PAGE 10 ""PERSONALLY SPEAKING iwi."Y-. •— .n ••• %  %  -<•'" "w ^". br Kd i.';i:Hirsch Landau Chapter. B nai 2U2£S3££.~] Chait. •.." vention there. %  £ %  £ Off to New York for %  %  are Mr and Mrs. Harry S. ** %  £"* „ f Ne w York City, are sailing on and children, of 1800 SW ,7tD j the 55 constitution for an exten Street. j sjve sUy in Europe. Mr* Good-, ~ : friend is the daughter of Mrs. JosMembers of The Jewish Floridian i cph Weiss 610 SW 18th Avenue. staff were entertained at the Kenil Mr Goodfriead, a chain store ex-, worth Hotel last week, where they ecu „ ve is president of Holly, heard Al Lorito and his magic viostores lin. -i? -ir ir -.': 6 £ T hc Br-of Ellis Jay Merlin, se-m Off to California and a tour of o{ Dr a „d Mrs. Hyman Merlin, was the west coast on a four-week vane ] d on Sunday. July 5th Revercation is Henry Bulbin. of 515 SW m6 Abraham Seif officiated Mr 1 22nd Road I and Mrs. Harold I. Siegel were God-, £ £• •£ parents Maternal grandparents! Boris Pntcher. Mum. Beach resare Mr and Mrs. Oscar Argintar taurateur. has returned from atMr .Argintar acted as Sandek Ellis tending a National Junior Chamber' Jay was born June 28th. at Jackof Commerce convention as Miami son Memorial Hospital. Beach delegate in Minneapolis. Minnesota With him were his parMj a|)d Mrs M Solomon, of 711 11 out dean J ral Announcement has been made through the presentation of faafl by Sidney Aronovitz. local attorney i dramatic presentation-. nattl and president of the-Hillel Advisbraries and religious wraal ory Council, that plans for the conavailable to all. Here, at the University Architect', view of propoeed Hillel House on UM campu. Summer Hillel Groundbreakms Planned Aaron Simons Mark (ioldcn Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Simon, of 1 struction of a new Hillel House on at! itll 1006 8th Street. Miami Beach. tnc main campus of the University imimmi a^jy 200 o i t *uk ents. Mr and Mrs. J Pritcher The 5 ~"street"have returned here af-! celebrated their 50th wedding an-1 of Miami are completed and that I opportunity ul, Pntchers also visited Mr and Mrs visitiB g their children on Staten I nrversary during the fourth ofl,etuaJ ground breaking will ttfa| PP numiy %  Nathan Pritcher in Shaker Heights. sUnd New york Thev are t h, e | July weekend They were married place this summer • Kton *eaningrul Jewia Cleveland Ohio, and relatives in new grand p arent .s of a'daughter j in Baltimore on July 3. 1903. and j Th( Duj |,j ln In the ~, feet „.., ted to .*„. Bnai turned home following a two-week wcatiOM in the mountains at DunMaM Hotc S?.,h HilllT Foundation as an itstay here as guests'of Mrs. Brandt s craggan Inn. Henderaonrrile North %  Att ndinj their parents anmver ££> WW Found. ,on as an ou mother. Mrs. Ida Hartz. and brothCarolina, include Mr and Mrs. Ell Mr and Mrs Fred Slm "ght g I in keepmg w.in tm poi er-inlaw and sister. Mr and Mrs Miller and their daughter. Susan, JJ shrevepnrt. UmkiMIM and £ j£ rebgiou act v £ !" Harry Gordon, of 2210 South Hiof Miami Beach, and Mr. and MrS ( thejr ^^ J()hn and ^ Mr encmrage rel* ~"J )> ami Avenue Abe Kurman. Mr. and Mrs. Barnet iand Mrs Wa ,, er A Slmon Ar|mg integral part of university lite. Green and Mrs. Louis Margulies, on vjrglma and tneir daufihtt r ; 'The movement for Jewish re Mr and Mrs Samuel Stein, of of Miami. I)lane; Mr and Mrs Arcme M Slm ligious centers on the college cam 4500 North Jefferson Avenue. Mil„ n ;„mv.iw.rt with children pus '" thc lm,ed States began in 1923. when the first Hillel unit was on. Shreveport. ami Beach, have gone to California Mr. and Mrs Henry S Jacobus. | Wayne and Ronnie Jo to attend the 25th wedding anniof Dalla-. Texas, flew here this Mr and Mrs Melvin J Simon. versar) ol Mr Steinbrother and week to mark the 80th birthday n avertown sister-in-law, Mr. and MrHarry Sunday t<( Mr Jacobus' brother, Stein, in Fullerton They will also I^mard Jacobus, 901 NF. 72nd Tervisit w;th other relativewho live race The Steinplan additional tripto Hawaii. Las Veg nd other placeof inti .•••lurninc t'. Mian.i Beach Mr. eretarj ol the B nai B'rith Lodge here. Mr E l.anck. <•( New York City,; tibfl hire with her brother-in-law ami -i-ter. Mr and MrbunZeientz. Miami inaugurated at the University of Illinois during that year." Aronu\it/ said here "In the ensuing thirty-year period, more than 200 additional Hillel foundations and nun-' m rships have been added. covering the length and breadth of university life in the United States Reports henaxe that state-wide and Canada." Pennsylvania. with Laurie and Sharon, and Mr. and MrHam:.1 Goldwitz, Port Chester, New York, with their son. Jimmy. FOR HOLY Nawty oraaniMd group, %  %  HIGH DAYS, jtl rs. tervativa approach wanh ca J bio individual to Itid Hik HaJ Tl Day MrvkM, sorving in catw af spiritual laador, diroctiai iponiivo roodingj. cipibWr !" furor, ate. State romuntrilaB Reply P. S. Bos 2973, MUir* LXGAL NOTICE Ball Series Slated Here NOTICE UNDER F.CTlTK NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKI ilVl ,n I* ri*iKi]'-.l. del MrMoses Krieger, ol 1114 Al" r ani1 %  *" Hyman Lieber and ton Road, Miami Beach, and her ,h,,|r daughter, Francei Osbiag, daughter, Dorothy Krieger Kink. ^ v/e recently left Memphiand are I r Los Angeles, Cali'""'' now residing in Mountain fornia, when will spend the Home. Ttn n e saae summer Thej plan to return here ii "£: £r for the High Holy Days, MrMnlHn fltnemi. Miami Bt aei pioneer resident, returned from Mr. and Mrs Philip Catsman are visitinc her children Sam Greene leaving for Flint and Detroit. Mich and MrRosalind Levine in New igan. From there, they will go to Jersey to attend the wedding here Buffalo. New York, for the wed, of her granddaughter, Arlene Loding of their granddaughter. Maxpatkin, to Oscar Rochkind Mrs ine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs HarGreene left for New Jersey on ry Kurzman. They will round out Tuesday to resume her visit She their vacation at Higgins Lake. Rosplans to be back in Miami Beach common, Michigan. at the end of September. "' r ~* %  %  1t it Mr and Mrs Daniel Kahn anA surprise birthdav party honnounce the birth of their son. Michored Edie Bernie in the Schebera ael Norman, at the United States zade dining room of the Algiers Naval Hospital in Key West on Hotel last week. Helping to June 9th. Mrs. Kahn is the former celebrate her 2lst birthday were Jo Anne Bloom, daughter of Mr. several University of Miami loror enthusiasm is bein;: shown in the A new unit was added recently ••" % IIH-M IH.I. r • American Legion's 1953 Little at the Hebrew University in Israel. i.i^ N iT'.Hs. l *uV K ioji' N 5] -.I. Ha., Int.-i,'! I MM lutmr l:h thr <'\<-l 0 I of !•'!•• Count AliRAHAM I'.oSl S..lf <> i.. MYERS, IIKIMA.V k liUX World Series dated for September Arunovitz explaineil that the 1st through 15th The national jun B nai B'rith Hillel Foundations lor finals will be played in the were founded to provide organized ihow-place S1JO0.O00 Miami Stad Jewish (ommumtes an the campusium All will be night fames. Some es of colleges and umw BattaM, nationwide BOSts which sponsor where Jewi.sh studentcould have [ i?,*;'.^ i„ M ,frf"Bld!r n '' r5 junior baseball teams are offering the opportunity to participate in | /-* — *.-lo their young player-a trip to Miami religious, cultural and social acIN THE CIRCUIT COLAT to watch the playoffs if they fail tivities under the direction of L'Ji* J u J*! c i^K.£L" c i5. I to qualify as contestant-. Jot II trained Jewish youth leaders '•The Adams, chairman of the tourney growth of the Hillel movement, and for the sponsor. Harvey Seeds the services it has rendered to nunPost, has naires. advised local legiondreds of thousands of Jewish collegiate youth during the last generation, have won the gratitude and FOR DAQE COUNTY FLORID CHANCarTrv. KSrilK WALK Kit. I\.. titf, li'H.SKVKl.T WAI.KM: NOTICE aw PUBLiCATiaej TO ROfiffKVKl.T ttU-KTB, a icl.f ••' '*•" Home Residents See Play respect of college m6"mirm^\ZJ* £& ^.$rZ:£ A dinner and theater party for P re& id*nt over the entire North *i • ••>• -i "' the benefit of the Jewish Home for American continent." he said. IhTtSft&a^atiKe''. MM the Aged will IKheld at the ( asa Tnev MBW been unanimous in blanca Hotel on July 16th. After ,helr P^ise of the Bnai Brith Hil the meal in the Algiers Room thei' e foundations for providing not • < "'n-uit '"••' group will tee a performance of nl > •' desirable religious and oil\t+ i££Stfiv+t* Anne Of The Thousand Davs bv the ,,lral atmosphere for the Jewish %  **"rn-t you tor Ux th IUII s* "-— %  li'Ni; ami i4ufr L -. SU Sr>h,)ld llulhlina. Mu.ail. • ind filr the orlxlniil A %  •T* im In thr oHIce of th< %  >'". Ol I% %  •!* *3 • -.-blanca Players Mrs.' Sol' S.Tstudents, but for raising the gener '",^N ,;""'"."' .tiii"'. ui:b" H and Mrs. Nathan Bloom. 22350 SW ity daten of Alpha Fosdon Phi" V(rman an' Cn. Lois 5*^! N 3 bv ,hc Hial -ah *** B, rt Klce avp luncheon mgjsftxxss. -^^ %  ai ESf x Jew < o mmun "' ,r h,r ard of D,re, ,rs at %  (In thP nnlornil wl,. iLoB ^.__ •_ *^ a J On the paternal side, they are Mr. via Bernie. Edie lives at 411 and Mrs. E. Kahn and Mr. and Mrs. Street, M.am. Beach. M. Vanefsky. all of New York. Judge and Mrs. Theodore R. NelAJS+JSt,* return^ son. of Bay Harbor Islands, anfrom New York ^Uy where she nounce the birth of their son, Jonaattended the weddin. nf 1*1 A U than Samuel Mrs. Nelson is the %  ,er, Mrs. Pear. Fo"fs i Mfctt me r M er F S i ara H B "T Slet { PaI Sie ^' While in New York IS metto, Florida. Judge Nelson has was the guest of h.r A .u. I served as Municipal Judge of Bay son-in law Mr an!T u ^ a d Harbor Islands since June, ^ •M^t'Sft tn^ A ? I s ex House. Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Arango. of; A Bogota. Colombia, announce thej Mr anH Mrl 41 ,• bWh ot ,hei, son. Ric„ d s ,„ e „.! K "' !" ?Z £1?% "' SW M„. a* aesfegaTa WVB. I daughter of Mrs. Joseph Weiss. Algien Hotel last week. M01HII CHAT HA1 IT JH £ CASABLANCA PLAYERS' MAXWELL ANDERSON'S MM (IF THE I I IIIIIS AMI HAYS '•• *.;••*, to fc t „ |, MKI M U,t> HlM1 %  MM rlory AMNf aouTaJ i _. | RESERVATIONS — NIGHTLY AT J o R c F0AM CH *' • A c^„. a :40 PJt Thru '^ 1.15 & a.v, r a .*. rv d i I JULY 19 „ < Taasaa ___„ • %  i m,mi *-• %  ina 0./U lnc i I *• Th. aho. \ PHONE 86-8851 CASABLANCA HOTEL MOROCCO ROOM 6345 Collins %  *w-*a. ami •**-• % %  m K it I.I: xi l,K r1 .•Ink. %  imd. n> M I it -l> UKN BaMMM, KWi Attomo) tat noiniiif Ml H*VIH.I<1 Bulldlnx. Mia"* : IU-I7-14-J1 NOTIC TO CREO'T" IN THE COUNTY JUOO IN ANO FOH DADS TLORIOA. IN PnOBATt. "• In Roi KKTATK <'IIIAItltY I. BCHEII I I •*„, To All "roud il.Bin(l> ^^M^. rllher of yoa. may h *.\'„KiS! r.t.l. of HARRY I. '"J caad lalo of !••'' %  u f" igM I,. Uir llonnil>l* I '•' ",„ *0. In IMdo Ooanly. "" r,d *J, *J ] D.I, Juno S^ D AJ !" LA. Korut.i •;' "' and Teatanor.. P0L, HARRY I. M HKN KHMKN, %  >*, Attornry for Bierul" 1 7/I-10-IT-JI



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r, JULY 10. 1953 Jen is*fkrintr PAGE 9 ft Oka evcalcd Brilliant, of Brooklyn. inounccs the engage daughter, Beatrice, to el Oka, son of Mr. and Oka, 1572 Meridian ii Beach. |iant graduated from ill High School in id attended Brooklyn the City College of tended the University rolina. University of d received his degree lity of Miami. 1 are planning to be mw Beach during the ember, 1953. mter Plans iMeetSunday Jewish Center will membership meetevening, July 12th, Recording to an anlis week by Meyer lident. M %  is also open to unites seeking memberfl (h Bb'T.ii congregation H membership chairi ial Bwill follow during ft* and activities of K be displayed and SBftual leader is RabIk" i Wlainour ipr Conter Th Hfiroup of the Flagr-Gr ^ %  wi-h Community nt H on Thursday, July -•' Kit the Center *|h. J Kd. program chairan, Bee Miss M. Oddo. lucatto ^ % visor of the Pa idaj Hushing School for %  eor (iirls %  rill speak on the Dmemaker and will prom the school to Itrooming, poise and Alan Kahns To Live In Coral Gables Mitt Beatrice Brilliant — Photo !• Ardmore Card Parties Continue Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai Brith Women, are continuing their weekly card parties on Wednesdays, 1 p.m., at the Empress Hotel, according to an announcement this week. Temple Israel Sisterhood Dessert-Card Party The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will hold a desert card party on Monday, July 13th. 1 p.m., at Kaplan Hall, according to Mrs. Charles Greenfield, chairman of the affair. Co-chairmen are Mrs. H. William Gray and Mrs. Alvin Sandier. Proceeds will be used to send Temple Israel Religious School students to the Southeast Federation of Temples Youth Conclave at Sky lake Camp in Sautce. Georgia. New English Course The Miami Beach Community Center will initiate classes in English for foreign born, according to Marvin Siegel. director. Lessons will be held in the Palette Room of the Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays, front 7 to 9 p.m., bei ginning July 14th, for six weeks. Miss Joan Cecilia Field and Alan Stuart Kahn were wed in the Detroit, Michigan, home of the bride's parents on June 30th. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur S. Kahn, 802 SW 26th Road. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Field. I)r Richard Kertz officiated at the ceremony. James Kahn was best man for his brother. The bride's only attendant was Miss Joanne Hassenbusch, of St. Joseph, Missouri. A dinner and reception followed the ceremony at the Franklin Hills Country Club. The couple then left for a trip through Canada and New England. They will reside in Coral Gables, where Mr. Kahn is associated with B. S. Kahn and Company. Among guests at the wedding were the Kahns, Mrs. James Kahn and Natalie Field, of Miami. Mrt. Alan S. Kahn Sanroma Interviewed Jesus Maria Sanroma, the Puer to Rican Dianist who will be the cert on Sunday. July 12th, will be the guest of Marie Voloe on her radio program, Saturday. July I ltd soloist in the all-Gershwin Pop Con! 6:30 p.m., over station WKAT Ball Officials Meet Softball representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch Intramural League, met last night to make final plans for this month's second round play-offs and for future play. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. Sth Street Phone 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERQ. Ownei [use members of the nonstrating proper [make-up. DON'T 1ET BUGS KEEP YOU INDOORS t. Si >r The fo-Ke I Service" by Elaine, one Flower Shops, j bh you throughout ['and ceremony — no' rge. Budget wed-' JOO with same serv-: in an orthodox' fverscd in religious will show you pictures of weddings Free consulta-. [borne at your* con-1 Elaine at 58-1598. lower Shops, 1240 %  mi Beach, and 8871 Miami.—Adv. REAL-KILL NOW KILLS BUGS 3-WAYS This rupdern Insecticide kills buffs by contact, ingestion and vapor action. Enjoy this summer Keep REAL-KILL handy. = YOU WILL FIND MOST COMPLETE SELECTION ofID GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at IS BROTHERS MIAMI EEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE i •] ffl l I!&§ the home of INSHINE FASHIONS' |PHI Off. IMiaatf Beach Ft Lt.uderd.l-, Wast Palm Beach small bust? in-between size? nm pun STRAPLESS Adds fullness confidentially—without pads or puffs! If you're a less-than-perfect A, B, or C cup, then here's the one bra designed to help you look your loveliest in strapless fashions. The flawless, flattering contour's built right into the patented Maqicup! Can't wash out ever. Come see yourself in Hidden Treasure! '/i whitt nylon, t/iei 32 to 38 $5.00 45 W. Flagler St.—dial 3-351* 1*5 Miracle Mile — dial 83-3882 58 S.E. First St. — dial 3 1008 8320 N.E. 2nd Ave dial 89-7041



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LY 10. 1953 • fc**rf#fUrtrtts*, PAGE 11 Continues fr Program id Children regular meetings of Miami Section, Nationpi Jewish Women, are j during the summer picil members are conking to insure the suc|r projects planned for year, according to a |vci-k Uppermost on its ihe 1953-54 club year project for blind school County Board of Pubn has announced that ilind and partly blind be carried on in pubthis Fall. Specially ITS have been engaghool Board, but the pledged itself to prolecessary to purchase it needed successfully the classes. Special riters, records and s designed expressitruction. Braille textIOOI play equipment. will be purchased m Council. also planned a sum iparty in the form of heater party on Wed22nd. at the Casato raise money for Mrs. Irving Kobley, the affair, has an tickets will entitle inner and admission Players' producee Williams' drama, Sam Hindi is play. tickets are Mrs. n, Miami Beach, and Ian. Miami. Camp Ma-Ra-Bee Sponsors Oneg Shabbat As Regular, Weekly Feature Camp Ma Ka Bee. the day camp sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, featured during its first week of activity an Oneg Shabbat program which was under the supervision of Rita Fogel and assisted by Linda Eltinger, Sandy Vernick and Evelyn Nieberg. The program included Israeli im-Dance t Swim-Dance sponoral Gables Post No. 1 be held on Saturthe Shoreham-Nor11 monies going to oup's work at the ital in Coral Gables. Framkes Joins lft'. S.iri'll'., har. Jeffrey Rosnlok, l.ury F.M I man, Jori Blutsky, Jerry Bennis, Dasdee I^evm, Susan M. lniik. Clare <>tmiwtts, Harriet Honli.i. Jai:<|ue|litalle Kronlier*. Anne Bomatehl, Michelle Drannnr. Adele BpstelB, Sandra Kriedlrr, llelltKlinn. Natasha l.evlnw.n. Arna Meyer, Sherry Millar, lilonaom PerU-s and Andrea Sayer. New Service For Cab Drivers Here A hospitalization and life insurance plan, paid for in full by the company, has been inaugurated for employees of the Red Top and Checker Cab and affiliated companies of Miami and Miami Beach. President William Segal announced this week. All employees, who have at least 18 months of consecutive employment with the company, now are covered by both life insurance and hospitalization at no expense to them. The taximen's insurance plan is written by the Continental Assurance Company, and serviced by the Murray M. Sheldon Agency, locally. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-779 LEYI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 S.W3rd St. Call 9-1416 Miami laryngologist Dr. Nathaniel Levin has been awarded a citation lor his work in rehabilitating the handicapped by the Miami Chamber of Commerce's Employ the Physically Handicapped Committee. The citation was made in recognition of Dr. Levin's work in teaching persons whose larynxes have been removed to speak by the use of abdominal muscles. Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th SL Phone 9-2477 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-2007 RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING IE HEAT REAL-KILL i BUG KILLER Neighborhood >d Fair [Listen To lACHTER'S fid dish Program WMBM, It M I p.m. i* KM lint ess has the listMiMf sesiesct %  t Jewish Phlloioaher R. LYONS. New. mi KAMA SPKTOt PAN AMERICAN BANK of MIAMI OFFICERS and DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES Ohalrmkn of the Board THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. President EDUARDO MORALES Pint Vice President J. M. GARCIA Vice President W. C. PAYNE Vice President and Cashier E. A. GERARD % lea President G. D. FAHRNER Vice President W. E. BOYD Assistant Vice President C. H. MeINTIRE Assistant Cashier and Auditor J. L. HALL Assistant Cashier PRANCES P. LYONS Assistant Cashier W. R. CONWAY Assistant Cashier D. R. JACKSON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES Chairman of the Board J. L. CABASSA First Vice Chairman GUILLERMO CABRERA Second Vice Chairman THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. President of Bank A. J. HARRIS President. Midwest Mortgage Co. CECIL P. HOLLAND President. Ali-Mtsmi Motors, Inc. KENNETH S. KEYES Chairman of the Board. The Keyes Company SHELBY P. LANGSTON President, Iangston & Co., Inc. Insurance EDUARDO MORALES First Vlre President of Hank J. A. ROIG President, Fellsmere Sugar Producers Association G. H. SALLEY Hunt. Salley & It..man, Attorneys, Counsel for Bank M. M. WEISS President, Tooley-Myron Studios HERMAN H. WIRSHIMG Vice lYesldent Serralies Kveralade* Farms. Int. Pan American Bank Building 250 S.E. First Street, Miami, Fla. Founded December 1. 1945 Statement of Condition AS OF JUNE 30. 1953 RESOURCES Cash %  8,170,456.23 Government Bonds „ .. 9,934,779.31 State, County and Municipal Bonds 3.511.359.05 Other Bonds -... 97.500.00 Federal Reserve Bank Stock. 36.000.00 Obligations Fully Guaranteed By U. S. Government 1,850.45845 Loans and Discounts Fully Secured.. Business and Other Loans..... .* %  •* •• %  • %  > %  ••• .... 7.271.808.41 ... 3.299,101.84 Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit Accruals and Other Assets ..... TOTAL RESOUSCES. LIABILITIES DEPOSITS Accruals Letters of Credit Capital (Common Stock) S 750.000.00 Surplus. Undivided Profits and Reserves 828,093.21 TOTAL LIABILITIES $34,171,463.29 490.790.20 827.504.34 S35.489.757.83 $33,299,223.53 121.650.89 490.790.20 1,578,093.21 $35,489,757.83 BANKING HEART OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE Serving the Greater Miami Area Connections Throughout Latin America COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Commercial Loans Special Checking Accounts Personal Loan Department* • Automobile Loans Safe Deposit Vaults • Commercial Banking Collection Department • Foreign Department Escrow Department • Savings Accounts • Pan Am Charge Plan • Installment Loan Department Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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fewiislh-IEItDiriidliiaup Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 27—Number 28 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS \dan 'Determined' To Ind Border Infiltration kVIV (JTA) — Brigadier meeting, to be attended by offiMardecai Makleff, Chief cials of both countries, was schedof the Israel Army of uled Plans were also to be consaid this week that he [ certed for cooperation between the the position taken by Jordan and Israel forces to prevent authorities at a top lev-[border violations. : Israel meeting and their Bf active measures to preItration of Israel territory from Jordan. ael defense chief said that No War Doubt that the incidents which occur on the Israel-Arab borders can lead to a full scale resumption of war between Israel and the Arab Agency Expansion Is Urged JERUSALEM (JTA) The exJewish traditional education in orpansion of the Jewish Agency by der to prepare — psychologically inviting several outstanding nonand morally — every Jew for ultiZionists to join the Agency's exmate settlement in Israel ecutive was advocated here Tuesday by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, adOwtlint Reorganization Joseph Sprinzak, Speaker of the dressing the plenary session of the Israeli Parliament, told the meet Jewish Agency in whieh the presiing that in order to meet new condents of all Zionist groups in the ditiona it is necessary for the ZiLnited States are participating. j onist Organization to convert its Premier Ben-Gurion, addressing structure to include not only the the same session, advocated the Zionists but all of the hundreds of merging of all Zionist parties into thousands of Jews who assist IsId be improvement in the [ countries was expressed at a press \ territorial Zionist federations into rael. Such an organization, he addi situation if the Jordan implemented their comThe meeting, held unDhairmanship of UN truce ajor General Vagn Benught together at Governise, in Jerusalem, for the lie in many months, top d Jordan commanders to le border situation. Brigneral Moshe Dayan, head [operations, led the Israeli nd Brigadier General Enel Adam, of the Arab Legral Staff, the Jordanian. jiir hour session was conwhat was described as sphere of cordiality. The spokesman said his govwas determined to halt |er infiltration. The Israeli Dmised the full cooperation : Israeli forces. A further ial Security Aid rations May Be d In June, 1956 IINGTON (JTA) — The voted this week a $5,318.authorization for Mutual Activities in 1954 — inapproximately $65,000,000 conference at the United Nations by Lieutenant General William B. Continued on Pago 4 V Ike Refugee Bill Given New Life On Capitol Hill WASHINGTON (JTA) — Person al intervention by President Eisenhower has shattered the "freeze" into which Senator Pat McCarran had succeeded in placing the Administration's bill to admit 240.000 refugees into this country over the next two years, and ensured speedy reconsideration of the measure by the Senate Judiciary Committee. As a result of tion, a committee vote to postpone consideration of the bill was overruled and a decision taken to bring the bill to a committee vote. Administration supporters were confident last week that they would muster enough strength in the committee to report the bill out to the Senate for action. President Eisenhower, it was learned, informed influential Republican senators that the adminwhich all persons who support Israel could be organized, while the Zionist organizations would continue to represent only organized Zionists. The Israel Premier emphasized the "personal responsibility" of every individual Zionist to Israel, indicating that every Zionist must ed, must fulfill three functions: 1. It must assist politically and economically in Lsrael's consolidation and prosperity; 2. It must work for Jewish education throughout the world; 3. It must strive to make Hebrew the language of world Jewry. According to the proposal outultimately strive to settle in Lsrael, lined by Mr. Sprinzak. every purand to contribute to the upbuilding and consolidation of the state. He also urged intensified Zionist and 1 — but at the same time an amendment to cut off istration regarded passage of the bill as vital in US psychological warfare operations aimed at encouraging anti-Communist elements in the Soviet satellite counlire MSA program throughworld in two years' time, [surprise Senate amendment MSA to start ending both Bnomic and military phases tries. erations on June 30, 1955. ^rations must be terminated 1956. [authorization bill is the SenDr. Nahum Goldmann advocates expamion chaser of a shekel, as well as contributors to drives for Israel, would be eligible to participate in elections for the World Zionist Congress, and the Congress would elect the executive bodies of the Zionist movement. Mr. Sprinzak said that there was a reason for the continued existence of the Zionist parties and trends in that they could deepen their ethical and ideological values without having any special rights or organization status within a larger Zionist organization. This, he asserted, was a natural development of the Zionist organization after the establishment of the state. Monday night, Levi Eshkol, "Israeli Finance Minister and head of the Agency's Colonization Department, gave the executive a detailed report of the agricultural picture. He reported that some Slate Final Approval On Bonn Reparations Law The President even had a personal conversation with Senator McCarran, seeking to persuade that ion of a $4,998,000,000 bill inveterate foe of immigration to previously by the House, relax his opposition to the measT*£!•. u n fV ,S Sf"ft? *•• McCarran, however, remainjns in behalf of Israel. Dif. %  a between the two bills will ** ad m nt "< M later the lved in a Senate-House con-1 tne President had not "sold" him on the measure. BONN — The bill for the payment of more than 4,000,000,000 marks ($952,000,000) damages to Jews and other persons who were persecuted by the Nazis, which was passed last Thursday in the Bundestag, the lower house of par liament, will come up for final approval on July 17th before the Bundesrat, the upper house, it was learned here. -*-OB^ %  tsa* *s —*5*v imy-eyed tots listen to a story In one of the many modern kinderartens established and intained by Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Oranization of America, and its er orrmteatinTv the Workina Women's Conn"" 'Moetxet Harxxtlot) in Israel. Ein Kerem. on outskirts of Jerusalem, is the kindergarten which Wd established by Mrs. Rahel Ben Zvi. Lady of Israel and founder of Pioneer Wc men. Some objections to certain features of the bill may yet be raised at the Bundesrat, but it is nonetheless expected that the bill will be enacted in August and will enter into effect on October 1st. It is understood that the Social Democrats, who are strong supporters of the bill, are already engaged in preparation of amendments to improve the deficiencies of the measure. Before proposing these amendments, the leaders of the Social Democrats will discuss them with a group of Nazi victims. Compensations to Nazi victims under the bill, as adopted by the Bundestag last Thursday, will be paid over a period of ten years. Loss of life would be compensated with pensions for survivors. Damage to health would be paid for at a minimum rate of 30 percent of the victim's normal earning capacity. Former concentration camp inmates would receive the equivalent of $37.50 a month for the terms of their confinement. The Communists voted against the bill in the Bundestag. The Free Democrats were split with a majority voting in favor of the bill. Most of the deputies of the lavarian Party and of the German 'arty either abstained or voted .gainst the measure. The bill pass •d by the solid majority of the votes of all the Social Democrats and a preponderant majority of Chancellor Adensuer's Christian Democrats. Framior Ben-Gurion territorial federations 4,000,000 dunams (1,000.000 acres) of land could be cultivated in the near future and that after a while the hilly regions and the Negev would yield an additional 1,000.000 cultivable dunams. A total of 3.400.000 dunams are now under cultivation, including 1.700,000 dunams of irrigated land. Some 1.500.000 dunams are being farmed by recent immigrants, Mr. Eshkol said. He reported that the Agency had planned to establish 50 new colonies this year but that the plan could not be carried out because there were too few candidates for settlement. Foor-Yoar Plan In a special section of his report, Mr. Eshkol outlined a fouryear plan for the colonization of the hilly regions. He said the total cost of the plan would be 81,515000 pounds, of which the Agency would provide 71,315,000 pounds and the government, 10,200,000. At a press conference Tuesday, Dr. Goldmann told newsmen that Israel had entered a state of consolidation. "Israel has accomplished more than any other state would or could have done in the field of immigration and more than she herself was able to do," he declared. "Therefore the present decreases in immigration can bring only good results. Katzen Says Dulles Is Neutral In Arab, Israel Controversy WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles indicated this week that he is neither pro-Israel nor pro-Arab in the course of a talk which he had in the State Department with Bernard Katzen. New York lawyer, who was an active political worker for Mr. Dulles when the latter ought election to the Senate in 1949. "Mr. Dulles is neither pro-Israel nor pro-Arab, but pro-American," Mr. Katzen said, following his conference with the Secretary of State. He added that Secretary Dulles denied a Time Magazine report that he allegedly told the \rabs that American Jews voted Democratic and did not support Dulles. "I have been also assured that in the matter of arming the Middle Eastern states for defense purposes, the security of Israel will not be overlooked," Katzen said.



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)AY. JULY 10. 1953 **§** nmricUnn PAGE 5 'I ill ILIGIOUS DIRECTORY TH JACOB CONGREGATION \ [hold Friday evening services |:45 p.m. Saturday morning ces are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha 6:45 p.m., followed by Shalos is. Daily services are at 7:30 and at 6:45 p.m. • • • tAELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 6:45 Saturday morning services 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton sky will officiate and preach sermon: The Tribes Of Isltering The Promised Land, is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., by Shalos Seudos. Daily es are at 8 a.m., and 15 minBfore sundown. • • • ITH DADE JEWISH CEN111 hold Friday evening serv8:15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Henlica. of Daytona Beach, will The Oneg Shabbat folwill be under the sponsor1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles WeissJDATH ISRAEL HEBREW JUTE will hold Friday eveprvices at 7 p.m., with KabSabbath following at 7:15 [Saturday morning services 9 a.m., when Michael, son I. Esther Lerman. 721 86th will become Bar Mitzvah. Ibaac Ever will officiate. • • • TH SHORE JEWISH CEN111 hold Friday evening serv%  8:15 p.m. This will be the %  Ln a series of four family ^services. Rabbi Mayer Abtz will officiate and discuss: In The Twentieth Century. :• %  Beg Shabbat will follow. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Agudath lirnl liiihi, laaJkfl Kver, Orlli.i.lnx. 520 7Sth St., Miami Heach Beth David — Kabbl Max Shapiro, Conm-rvatlve. 2820 8VV 3rd Avo., Miami. Beth Cl—I)r Khmaryahu Hwlraky, Orthodox, 500 KW 17th Ave., Miami Bath Jacob—Rabbi Moses Mcwheloff. Orthodox. 301-811 Wuxh. Ave., MB. Bath SholomKabbl l.pon Kroulxh, Liberal, 4144 Chase AM. M.B. Beth Tfilah R.il.iil Joawpt Knrkovaky, Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace., Miami Hoach. Coral Oablas—Rahbl Morrla Skop, Liberal. MO Palermo Ave.. C. Uablea. Downtown Synagogue—Orthodox, 125 NW 3rd Ave., Miami. Flagler-Qranada—50 NW 51at Place, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander tiroaa, Orthodox, tiff
ehrman, Conaervatlve. 1701 Waah. Ave., M.B. Miami Hebrew School—Kabbl Simon April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave., Miami. Monticello Park—164th Street and NE 11th Avenue, North Ml Beach. North Dado— Rabbi Harry Eitinser, Conservative. 13620 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx. Conaervatlve, 620 75th St., Miami Beach. Temple Israel—Dr, Joseph Narot, Reform. Ill NK 19th St.. Miami Temple Sinai, The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Rabbi I •.-.-..! Shapiro, Conservative, 2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Ti-'eth Israel — $500 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. Weal Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Conaervatlve, 5720 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox. 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conaaxvatlve, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Oablea. U ff.ft* € Camp. Oponn Monday The Senior Afternoon Camp at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, for boys and girls 12 to "15 years of age, opened Monday with a meeting of campers in the Center's Lounge. Activities are conducted each Monday. Wednesday and Friday afternoon Irom 2 to 5 p.m., for the six-week period from July 6th through August 14: h. and include skating and dancing on the Center's patio, archery and golf on the range, life saving instruction, cook-outs at Crandon Park, nature walks at Fairchild Gardens, recreational swims at Miami Beach, films at the Miami Memorial Public Library, and visits. • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold early Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. Daily services are scheduled for 8 a.m., and 6:30 p.m. of Temple Israel, will officiate. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. : M DAVID SYNAGOGUE will BETH EL CONGREGATION will Btn'v evening .serviceat hold Friday evening services at (i B.n turi+ay morning servp.m. Saturday morning services Bv> at 9 a.m. Mincha will be are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be 05 p.m.. followed by Shalos;at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos SeuDally services are at 7:30 dos. Daily services arc at 7:45 B'nai B'rith Youth Officers Are Named Council officers for the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization of Greater Miami were announced by Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Committee. George Lefcoe, a member of the I Hurricanes AZA and a sophomore at Miami High School, will lead the council consisting of 22 youth chapters with a membership of over 500 teen agers. Lefcoe, who recently won the District No. 5 BBYO oratory and discussion contests, has been a member of the youth organization for two years. Dianne Rubinstein. Sholom No. 14 BBG, will act as vice president. Others are Judy Lewis, Hillel BBG, recording secretary; Rosemarie Strauss, BBG No. 14; correspond, ing secretary; David Greenfield, FDR AZA, chaplain; Edmund I Parnes, sergeant-at-arms. Former | president Ed Finkelstein Is couni sellor. *3V VIW VT TT3. ^poiiHpw '•S.tJ.yav IT* flabbl )oMDh E. Rackorsky MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone) 5-3595 TV REPAIRS IMMEDIATE TtUVISION SERVICE NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 for Call Phone CITY WIDE TV 83-12M GOBDOIl HOOFING AMD SHEET METAL WORKS Have yen. zee* repaired now| yea will sava en • new rest* later "Satlsfaetery Week by experiences Man'' •Maw. ana Avanaa •MONI 4 %  *•* SERVEL'S §[HfflM(!])IM[Kf id at 7 p.m. IT MIAMI JEWISH CENTER )ld Friday evening services p.m., conducted by Mr. OsMnttetn. Saturday morning ps are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Waxman will officiate and the Weekly Portion. Junior es are at 10 a.m., under the vision of Morris Newmark. fca will be at 6 p.m., followed v Baliln Waxman's observations %  hies Of Our Fathers. • a e APLE BETH SHOLOM will j Friday evening services at .m., with guest Rabbi Richlirsch, of Denver, Colorado, (ting. Saturday morning servre at 10:45 a.m., when Dr. H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus IAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale; and FUt.il Rough or Pulveriiad Grade A. Soil Phone 4-033S EDWARD ALTER 1113 S. W. 21st Terraca WORK GUARANTEED a.m., and at 6:45 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Frijday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the mu| sical portions of the liturgy. • • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday evening Services at 8:30 p.m., dedicated to "Mr. and Mrs. Irving Feibus and their newly born daughter, Terri Lynn. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: Should The Leader Lead Of Follow. Reverend Mordechai Haalman will chant the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m. Daily services are scheduled for 9 a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular evening services Friday at 6:30'p.m., to be conducted by Rabbi Max M. Landman and assisted by Cantors David Bagley and Rudolf B. Brill. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Rabbi Landman's sermon, at 10:15 a.m., will be on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. The Rabbi's study group will meet at 6 p.m. Subject for discussion will be the second chapter of Ethics Of Our Fathers. Shalos Seudos will be held at 6:45 p.m., and will be followed by Maariv. Daily services are at 7 a.m., and Sunday services are at 9 a.m. •. Hotel \SC W. 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St. A Downtown Location, Hose to Everything! Nicely appointed Rooms. Air-conditioned Rooms are Optional. inquel Rooms and Sample Rooms! NO TRAYS TO FILL... SPILL... EMPTY OR FORGET TO REFILL! End mess and bother of ice cube trays today! 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+Jenistntd&*£L PAGE 12 Letters To The Editor T TheJ< v. y, ur attitude, expressed lr. of Jane Sfth. in i lent. Your nui : funen ** be • rites lesir, lied for The ct thai :.ineral home is .. [ewisfa (an mffk "' P* r -request is • not to peiiorra them. Why ild a fami: is* employ ih< services of a Jewish funeral The procedure which > iggest r number two namely for the %  ip| List A ; %  the funeral homes to choose rom for such rites does n A mean n> thing else than a Chevra Ka; with the exception that it d act without ar. organization, that ] • ras who may ligible, may be rejected b> the as which DI '••• u ibject tsoevei '• %  • • -• per-. netimi %  f the fu n alill prevent ai : • • : ist for tl %  I • • %  %  %  • %  %  I up : %  %  %  %  • • f our S l us it it and I exampli [roi ir own traitiens for l • abide by it befon try to make changewhen we do • know how they will work out Fred Ocha tor. The Jewish Ploridian: Thi. reply to your editorial ii the Floridian of June 26. 1953. ctitled, Changes Are In Order. I Wish to call your attention to i fe* contradictions in that editorYou date that the responsi'.• for thireligious practice -hruld be with the Rabbis and "not with a lay leadership that const iit-elf as an authority on religious law I quite agree with you and am therefore very much -u-prised that as a lay person YOU presumed to formulate a code of principles regarding this purely reUS pha>c of Jewish life. Why m let our Rabbis do it. since this H definitely within their sphere^ And if any 'changes are in order," lei our religious leaders tell u* abou Fur) %  the point can ed. 1 am : thai veo k P"1 D ta kBO tha: %  undertaker av-umes lervices provided will be in accordance w.th Jewish law and ritual, not knowing that he mu-t ask and pay for "extras which now become in view of the above, and the fact -.hat rendering of last I with the funeral h. mea il is • V) to conclude that the number of receiving final rites is very -mail Th(--< chaotic conditic Mian hnes -eed of a fewindividuals aid abetted by the indifference Meyer Cohen %  I wish to thank you v for th. Essay and Journalism Medhich I received through tied paper I regretted very much that you : • • give me : : in person because 1 that would haw enjoyed 22*IjJ il A Usser s vice president and execut.ve director; Albeit Sto£ chamnan. Board 1 fors Max'Paul, 2nd vice president; and Hyman Lake, tegal adwtear and secretary.vj Harry Sirkin. president Function of the newly formed organixat.on to fUl tfa, J Retarded and mentally .11 children who can not participate in the program of the pu*] system. Spirit ual advisor is Rabbi Irving Lehiman. our graduation ceremonies and the rider it an honor to have been entire program thai evening. ted by your paper as the re| ,„„... experience for ^^Sf^St to have been called by Rabbi ,^ ^ expK utjons and | nder Gross to the dais and ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ to be handed this beautiful medal for Essay and Journalism I can assure you that I will for ever cherish this award which I cd and will always con writer I.t tor I'.nckman Graduate, (lass of 1953 The Hebrew Academy f LIFE IN %  M :-0507 IkTsS Kosher Meat NowAtPricesYouCanAfford PARKWAY MEATS -'POULTRY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 12S5 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 We now have available for our Foor 1 Club Members KOSKER MEATS Under the Strict Rabbinical Supervision and Endorsement of RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Our Meats are KOSHERED and conform with all Orthodox Requirements "READY FOR THE POT" All our Kosher Packages bear a two-color ink "SEAL OF KOSHER" Supervision We will furnish jou with U.S. Choir. Grade Strictly Ko^er Meat. Fish. Vegetables. Fruit Juice* and many other items at unbelievable g B ST. U"NC h T S ^oS/VT?' Seems incredible but its true! The combined payments for both your food and FINEST MOD FREEZER for YOUR family! •/iMHxaa mi MtamJ Convclescent Home %  't tc the Elderly irg • • %  • S| I i D iti Strictly Ob Privet* LEO ALLEN, Director 3i5 S.W. -2th ,.. Phone 1-M2T and -0?"'S I FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CALL PHONE 9-7695 Do You teal that the cost ai Kosher Mr*] to too bigs? SAVE] SAVE SAVE Buy the Wholesale] Way Office: 215 S. Miami Ave. Phone 9 7VK D, ^ ^^ ~ --^^^s__ 9 7695 Plan,: 521 S.W. 8th St.. Miami. Fla. pbooj I p^V^rV



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I I i >i*fe#iggMBE PAGE 14 Bender Is Named Commander Of Florida JWV \V:llard H. Binder, of 586, >V. 13th ted state commander of tne Department of Florida, Jewish %  held in Tai the i lude %  %  %  %  Zomora Membership Tea ne second ta a > l ries of sum 1 mer membership teas was held ye* terday by the Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood at th. h 'sidn. „ted the Mi ach ai S %  Bender Komkorg WiH Supervise Kosher Food I'lul l*l %  %  ties I • thi ne* ini %  plan! •". Street. th Mi%  1 purchasing plan, will %  t that %  e than favorabl) with : Rabbi Jos Eye Adjustment Changes Outlook Dr S Allen Gardner. Miami optometrist, is the author of an article in the OptometriC Weekly which tellthe -top. of a patient regaining hipoise and confidence by the use of contact tenses. The local eye specialist describes the patient as being blind in one and having little vision in the other due to head injuries suffer ed at the age of 19. Not only was the patient's vision seriously im! but his blind eye was un sightly, and ti. .th vision would turn at an awkward II in order to fa Dr Gardner describes the making of a ontact lens for lh( i • while another made to simulate a normal tient's whole a'' I on lil doctor Even thou is a line has never prai N .-. he i %  : starting a law prai I Mrs Murry Grossman and Mrs. A. A. Hayden. camp representative* of Camp Carlynl and girls at Hendersonville. North Carolina, at the Seaboard Railroad station. Miami, ble children lor their annual trip to Camp Corlyle lor the sum mer. Beer Unveiling ti ,n of a monument to thi "i the late Tillie formerly of 1408 Euclid Ave will be held n Sui %  June 12th 12 I i 1 HI N< hi i ernet.ry with Cantor Abraham Self officiating MrBeer is survived by her husband. Mai; one -on. Albert J. two daughters, MrAnn i Hochman and MrPearl Berman; and three brother-. Morris. Aaron and Meyer Kuchs, all of Miami Arrangements are in charRe of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Sr or Priori* NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9911 LITE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lit* l"i Co. 0* Biocjyo Bidg 19 W. FUglor St. r! I'OUB 404 NOW Builders of Immortal Memorials for the fnDrt 0 non Jewish Trade


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>itmirf fkrH&r FRIDAY. JULY 10.11 ?A3£ 4 During The Week • • A • i s P • h -. -.. : x £ ? OC Friday M] .MSA Is Iloait A Hlmv :%  :Ret lunchly npf --., :;;.;.;;:-. %  iost veaj :r. the :;=_5 :: miliasry sago cne :: their :r.e: ei i pnncipla o.r ::.— s The iecti :: MSA ... be : weal Wow •-.. us •: z.'. e:::'= Simed u" esuc.-sr.ra -~z-.i .:. th Neat East -;%  -= err :; the QCtlCrU thai will ;_:te: by -.= ;e-::: Mutual Security Aid ii tr.e 3"r*e Z' ls:Ue. 7 _= mother is 3 seriee :: reversals lhat r-Tii.;;:.Bsenhowei has ;.:t:e: ort the bands :: C:r—e=; We trust that Washington % % %  not jc ;.;-' in the rr.r-e: :: Stripping BUI tieterses ..-. two politically ur.o million y pivotal tireis :: the v.;:.; Much :or. happen by 1956 II .3 lo re hoped thai she Republicans will :.r. theix ieode: by then in recognizing lbs :::'.:•--: -ee-c ::: MSA iipproprianoni i tniiiisM.il Is Their night The German indemnification r..! which ru.^s ::: paying riise lo one billion -;.:;:= in aam~~es to Jev.-s who were persecuted by ti.e .' %  "ar.s hos reer. passer by the c-r.destcc This is Bonn's lower r.ruse c: pcr'..~rr.er. Tr.e r.;i must BOW receive approv al s. the upper reuse, (he Bundesrat. According to reports here. July 17th is the date set for Lrui ~eus-re= lo be taken before crucial er.cctr.er.-. Ha one .s ueruded by the current German u"..--de. The decis.rr. lo Indemnify Jewtah victims, z: the Third Reich v...: mecn good business pcht-cciiy and e-ccr.cmiccJly. But Chcxceiior Kcnrad Adenauer is to be rcrgrcrrulate-d tor bis up-... ru"le acu.r.st his most reccticr.cry colleagues who would not support the German L.-.demr._-;cation propose!. Someone once whispered into our ear thct Ibe Communists are poor misunderstood souis v.. nothing so much at heart as the good of tr.e people and thai they are beira maligned by their enemies, who on reciiy 'er.em.es ci -he pecpie ti: th*J re-uscr. aior.e 'it is therefore interesting to -:•; that once again the Communists find Me-seives or. the wrong side :i public opinion. They teemed up with Adenauer s reactcr.arv friends to oppose mdemnifWmbn of Jewish victims. But this sr—la not Conine* us, at afl. The Communists have beer, saying o.-.e thing and uo-a ar.c-rer BBC* 1917. They ere also cgainst Austrian indemnification a Near Eastem Defense Pact which would include Israel ar.d the Arab nations, free Jewish ur.migrat.in from behmd the Iron Curtain. Zionism, the Jewn State Lei's see. Now what are they ior? >ow They Are Honored Goe—oer Vn.vers.ty scholars seem to be r-ing out of their way these devs to heap ktaMh upen taek Jew-isn cohecgues. Or should we say ex.. .] t0 b< '(•: from succumbing to the :i!traS ommunist philosophy But ir. roving eveo principal u time has discredited mar • that would not have been considerd half a centurj ago and finally taken us to a point wK we are imitating tbe very tactscs of those for in contempt. • ••••• THE UNBELIEVABLE TALE OP AMERICAN BOOK Stories trickling through WashingtonDepartment officer died within a week after they were p r.t-*' ;re> Apparently, even they were not shocking enir dulled sensibtlittai But it would be sheer folly u. 'ltuat. a\e been seemingly outraged by a creep:.-: McCartb ism that blatantly attacks American ideals relating to pr..^c\ n> %  free thought We have been intimidated and resnain nt inroai\W must not permit ourselves to b. T.ilarlr a jted in the matter of free mquirv ue became a public question by irriiiM { to me that the official choice to keep governrr. r.tal reast ship a secret ii fe-rful in itself When President Dw appeared in a public addres-. at Dartmouth Lniversit-. • ral VKB 1 the need for maintaining a constant : to arir I the KBDCtitj of our hbranes. The implica: %  ,f thsal mark are manifest: that we have already gone a Ion. ... tnw n:s request for tr.e admuaon of 240 000 refu• Iradine our ^.^ f(>r a „ irratlOMl ^^^^ / ^ ..?" %  oees r.ere du. nexl two years fend them and that we can g0 no (urtbef The .p^^^* Recognizing the stated rr.ot.ves behind the a fundamental concern for traditional American liberti. and • Senators jr.m.rrot.on law. the President, in a no ••* than disconcerting that the President should ha\e f mi i r-ersonal conierer.ee with McCarran, pointed nect '-: r > l qualify hi> remarks several days later. Ota that his reaues: was designed to encourage Tho flu'I'^stion was a naive one While defending hu suad on ar.t:-Ccrr.mun^'t eierr.er.-s in tr.e Soviet satellite ,ho value o( books ,hat discus opposing poUtical and social idMlocia countries. a< : ac< 5ua'nting ourselves with the enemy in ord. r to conht him more effectively, he intimated that the government AFTER GERMANY AUSTRIA A Prosid< wasfhwl served wsntal underwrite library cens*sa|| nocratic safeguard The censorship had been taking ptata has had to r^rt to „M ~—. V —" mnereni in ine i>artmouth address BUS ana to resc. ... s.rs of parliamentary more cogent meaning with the attendant ••leak" which maneuvering in oraer to make this clear. that Amencan policy would centiiaue to undenrrTta bb a -democratic ^feguard The censorship had been II..11... R w-— %  w c i u,forma,1< n Sen-ice Libranes overseas which suppre>>ed tk lUllOS AtM'ds A S|Hko*man J of *orks of "terature considered inimical to the -afet) of nation •^-S !--! tC,e ••"? F0S:€r DtUhi "* r^.J 1 S T ] '*l t0 ca a,,pn,ion to ** W Hitlerian book naton ioBowtaq b* recon. Near Eastern fact* s ,hat ^h.p can never successfully stay human,t> fcntLng tour. Many o: r.-j remarks still need '' "" .' ^ ,n '' u,r >The sign of our time po.oU to i c.anficaton and otr.e: ;: vr.ons continue lo reflect the di-arjpotaSinl wr.cn markeo -re l: g ""J cry rase Mr. Dulles needed =ockesr-n*S lha taafa r' ~.~u ---ic.i jor ;£ kC -" % %  %  = = •--eiev.s.on re Now .t tarn: o -'—'es ur. „-. Near Lz t iv useless to call attention to tbe old Hitlerian hook bars* %  mm from the | need in e gn of our time points to instahW -s iksrurbinq obeerf, 1 Z ,hat Hl not ,H look behind and that blinds us to the f lure \s e are merely concerned with the present and its mata* cbauvenistic tactics Perhaps we may finally be moved to heed I •f danger if we recognire that bigotry and police states tbn* • aknee and ignorance We have abeady arrived at tbe point -* r '-e Secretary relennechary ..-. xder to justify some e silent in the face of onslaught against the principles P* snnwto espouse if we succumb to ignorauee then we have feat* the shores of enslavement taetaod. ->emoaot c ticket h^.SS .^StateSecr. arecorrerneo' To Kiul Infiltration blockade said that Egyfti &*\ ferenee wHh the passage ol P**| Jce organization in Palesthrough the Sues Canal runs"* tine for five years. ter to the Sues Canal Convent* General R.ley who has returned ,WB th Egyptian I-raelJ** from his post, said however, that ">*re is need to • -rectify the debarkation bne set down armistice of 1SH8 in the He emphasised al armistice agreement, the (taj* of the United Nations and decs** | of organs of the United Nations It warned that the f*' 1 ** "Ced thai Mr Dufies ltu } ^ armistice nego!!,!^ map-. snembers of the United Wa tWM pro-lsroe. no, p:>A .„ .. ^i the demarkation line tenv secept and carry out the oet*-; f porary hne only and urged that '*' ,K -••-••r-niwil as 'A'e ore not w i— -a ._ ''"''' an< l Jordan should f- come und^ the ^ Mr. Dufle, ^Justmenu agree to &*, and nnd it dim:. J^^ would auesr-nr. • e uev e that an record ^T? ^ AaMrte toyahtaav I r-d with be wil os Miia s a, rhe word^ ^ spokesman', defense h JT w <*dmg of pro-Iarae: Z"Z'lL***T' ^^ pauble? e tWo incom we his FJL^ *J" ch fon l *es that Ksypt s blocade of the Suei Canal unter to Ms obligations aru from international conventions ha. mCm ^ ( ,h l n,t N n S ES^S submi ^ by ad*c^T?k^.Comm 'ttee on Bloc *** to %  United Nations Secur •ty Council Tbe detailed anary,*, of the as a tem-1 accept and carry out the of the Secunty Council ed by Article 24 of the aurl can only lead to a weakening the organization as an mstnu"* for the preservation of pes* The report called for rt *** reduce tension in the Middle & and to prevent a threat to the P*** | from developing in that ate* of It said that termination blockade would toward peace. constitute a