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The Jewish Floridian ( July 17, 1953 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 27—Number 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS jncy Meet discordant WZO Aim % ldmann Hits At lurion Proposal LLEM (JTA) — The Jewhas wound up a weekry meeting in Jerusalem er both long-range theortions such as the future and functions of the faist Organization and imJay-to-day problems such Btion, distribution of the of the German reparaand assisting in the up f Israel's economy. j end of the session, re (decisions had been made nediate problems, but a heated debate on the Zilanization's future had ed by a decision to leave ilution of the problem thcoming meeting of the tions Committee, sucy-making body of the Dvement between world The Actions Commit eted to meet by the end ig the session, in addiregular members of the ere the presidents of all parties in the United lie proposals before the Fere those of Dr. Nahum favoring expansion of fey by admission of a numoutstanding non-Zionists [aiding the cause of Israel, scheme proposed by Prerid Ben Gurion to form ter[Zionist federations. A plan by Joseph Sprinzak, of the Cnesset, apparently intend nplement the Premier's pro] called for permitting all (purchasers and contributors ?li campaigns to participate tions to the Zionist congress. suggested limiting the Continued on Pag* 5 Irving Edison (right), president of the National Jewish Welfare Board, engages in discussion with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Mrs. Dulles during the recent State Department Assembly on American Foreign Policy held in Washington. US diplomatic relations were placed on the firing line by many lop level spokesmen, including Mr. Dulles, Senator Alexander Wiley (Bepublican-Wiscon3in) and Mutual Security Administrator Harold E. Stassen. Dulles Presents Joint Proposal For Defense WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles this week told the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on the Mutual Security Program that it is "essential for our security that Arab-Israel tensions be lessened and that the economy of the area be strengthened and stabilized." This came on the heels of his recent pronouncements before the State Department Assembly on American Foreign Policy held here. Mr. Dulles told the Senators that "our basic problem in this vitally important region is to improve the attitude of the Moslem states toward the Western democracies including the United States, because our prestige in the area has been steadily declining since the war.' In connection with the Arab-Is rael area, Mr. Dulles said: "In order to attain our objectives, we must put greater emphasis on a regional approach to the problems of the area. For this reason, we have prepared a 'single package' program, designed to lay emphasis on the need for the countries of the region to cooperate with each other and to marshal their resources collectively, whenever feasible." The State Department, Mr. Dulles revealed, is requesting "a limited military assistance program" for the Arab states and Israel. He Continued on Page 5 Israel Foreign Office Moves To Jerusalem By the JTA TEX AVIV — The Israel Foreign Ministry moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Sunday atid began functioning in the Israeli capital on the following day, it was officially announced here. The Foreign Ministry was the last major department of the government to remain behind in Tel Aviv. Formal notification of the move has been communicated to all foreign missions in Israel. The official communique announcing the transfer expressed the hope that eventually all foreign missions would establish their quarters in the capital. As for the Holy Places, the communication said that while the Israel Government regards the problem of the Holy Places and the location of the Foreign Ministry as entirely unrelated, it takes this opportunity to reiterate its readiness to accept and cooperate in the execution of any system of international supervision of the Holy Places which the Cnited Nations might — at any time — find necessary and practicable. Observers here expressed the opinion that the Israel Government had delayed the transfer for several months in the expectation that the UN General Assembly might pass a resolution regularizing Jerusalem's international position. Though there is a UN resolution on the books calling for internationalization of the city the resolution has never been implemented and in the view of the Israel and Jordan Governments, confirmed by the UN Trusteeship Council, the resolution cannot be implemented. However, it was expected that the General Assembly would establish international supervision over the Holy Places in both parts Continued on Page 5 BULLETIN In Washington, the Department 0f State said Tuesday that Israel has no right to declare Jerusalem as its capital. It emphasized that the United States does not plan to transfer its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Such transfer, it pointed out, would be "inconsistent with the United Nations resolution dealing with the international nature of Jerusalem." The British Government also informed the Government of Israel ruesday that the British Embassy will not be moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. In transmitting this information through its Ambassador in Israel, the British Government said: Britain never recognized Israel's sovereignty over Jerusalem, the moving of the Israel Foreign Office from Tel Aviv is not likely to ease the tension in the Middle East and the move is likely to prejudice future consideration of the status of Jerusalem. nators Fear Mutual Security Aid May Keep Row Growing |y MILTON FRIEDMAN rish Telegraphic Agency kSHINGTON—While Israel is ftrately seeking State Depart; intercession to stop Jordanian tr raids, the Department is ring to provide Jordan with ional guns which might find way into the hands of Arab auders. cretary of State John Foster es returned from the Near with a defeatist attitude toArab-Israel peace. Not only there no prospect for a peace ly but Jordan had intensified ed assaults against the Israel tier area. The State Departdecided that since peace was [in sight, Arab-Israel cooperaI against Communism was also [in sight. So the Department eded with separate arrangets with individual Arab states [Israel to provide munitions to igthen the area against Comism." Department re-affirmed the tite agreement of 1950, as an assurance against renewed Arab-Israel warfare and said that states receiving arms must promise not to use them against each other. Mr. Dulles suggested in his speech of June 1st, that the Arabs hate Zionism worse than Communism. How can the State Department be sure the guns given to the Arabs will only be fired at Communists? How will the Department control the Arabs' use of weapons when it is seemingly unable to influence the South Korean Army which is actually part of a joint command headed by US military officers? If there is no Arab-Israel settlement, a flow of war supplies into I the area may jeopardize the presjent delicate equilibrium and bring renewed hostilities. The Arabs have shown no inclination toward peace. They are intensifying economic warfare in addition to increasing provocative border raids. Senator H. Alexander Smith, of New Jersey, is puzzled by the Department's approach to this situation. He said durnj a MSA hearing of the State Foreign Relations Committee that he was at a loss to know "how we can help arm the Arab states and Israel without arming them for their own row between themselves." He asked, "How are you going to prevent them from jumping on each other when you help them to arm? Of course, he said, they would agree to guarantees. But, he pointed out, "You would not expect them to put aside weapons and keep them inactive when shooting began." The American Zionist Council, meanwhile, issued a statement warning that the defense of the Near East would be imperiled if arms were now made available to the Arabs. The Council took note of the continuing refusal of the Arab states to make peace with Israel, their blockade and boycott and the recent belligerent declaration of Arab leaders opposing any kind of settlement. A constructive suggestion was made by the Council that military assistance to the Continued en Page 5 leM AM* HUM Silvtr commends President Karl Eichmann Seen With Ex-Grand Mufti FRANKFURT (JTA) — Karl Eichmann, the notorious Palestineborn German who directed the extermination of Jews in Germany, Austria. Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary under the Nazi regime, is now somewhere in the Middle East, a companion of the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, according to a report published in the press here. the report quotes a German engineer as stating that he saw Eichmann clambering out, together with the ex-Mufti, of a derailed Pullman car of the DamascusBaghdad express last November. I Rabbi Silver Meets Ike WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver this week called on President Eisenhower at the White House and discussed with the President Arab-Israel peace prospects and civil rights problems. Following his talk with the President, Rabbi Silver told newsmen that he had come away with the feeling that Israel and the Arab states may have confidence that the President "will be constructive and helpful to all concerned." The President, Dr. Silver added, was interested in the advancement of peace between Israel and the Arab states and had the interest of both parties at heart. Dr. Silver, who revealed that he had commended the President on his Dartmouth speech denouncing "book burning," expressed disapproval of Congressional investigation of the nation's clergymen. He said he felt that political freedom is derived from religious freedom and that indirect action to inhibit clergymen from speaking as their basic religious tenets prompt them, "will in the long run hurt democracy." The President, Dr. Silver said, appeared determined to work for freedom and peace abroad and also "for true freedom for classic and unintimidated American liberties" at home. Dr. Silver said the President outlined his philosophy on the matters discussed.



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ff J PAGE 2 *-JmiajMgar. JSgAYjDlYl Mrs. Faske Is First Woman In High Legal Post Governor Dan McC'arty Tuesday I anad three aides to State Attoroej George A. Brautigam Dade our.ty was given the first woman -•ant state attorney in Florida's ry when he appointed Mrs Adele Segall Faske. former -,t county solicitor, as one of the idea Others named include George L Hollahan. Jr.. former South Miami municipal judge: and Hughlan Long. 38. who last month received W degree from the University : Miami. Mrs. Faske. who practices law i nder her maiden name. live? with er husband and twin sons at 535 NE 51st Street For two years, she uriftaat county solicitor on the -taff of Robert R. Taylor and -pecialized in cases involving fami.y relations and abandonment Mrs. Faske was largely instru mental in setting into motion a campaign for adoption of the reciprocal support act involving runaway fathers Because the newlaw, passed daring : • 1 jture. places enforcement of the ct in the state attorney's office. Governor McOarty ^aid that Mrs Faske would handle cases involving iependent children. GMJCC Adult Group PIOM Cabaret Night The Adult Social Group ai the. Greater Miami Jewish Community ("enter. Town Branch, is planning a cabaret night for July 18th. at 8 30 pm. Dancing under the stars on the patio of the Center to the music of recorded name bands and headline entertainment starring Bosha Tepper will be featured. Mac Wyden is committee chairman Members of the committee are Charlotte Spiro. Stanley Roae| and Zelda Rose. £_ JMKIN RATS • ROACHES •Mi?(, MIMaER OF I'NA,' Call 2-1774 H0R0WITZ-1RG ME* t MATZOH \ final arrangements for the presentation ai the hist Good Samaritan Award, given by the Variety Club Tent No. 33 annually are being made in photo above. The Award was presented (or the first time on June 28th. at a testimonial dinner at the Saxony Hotel. Left to right are George Hoover. First International Assistant Chief Barker of the Variety Club. and Marurey L. Ashmann, chairman of the Committee on Arrangements. Standing aie Eddie Melniker. Chief Barker. Local Tent No. 33, and Hal D. Kopplin. member of the Committee on Arrangements. • Innior ll.-iil.-iss.-ih Sots Swiiii-D.-tiHf Elaine Wolfson. president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hada--ah •nnounced this week that her .roup will hold a swim-dance on Sunday, July 19th. 9 p.m.. at the Flondian Hotel. Elaine Schwartzman. fund raichainnan, said that all prowill be used for Junior Has joint Israeli projects Members of the unit on the comfor the affair include Hi Bochner, Ona Kaplan Dolores and Ruthe Dixon Masada Melon Party Masada Miami Beach Young Women's Clubs Join TV Show At Algiers Many women's clubs and organhave been added to the %  iul will be hosts West Miami Plans Building atermelon party on Saturday Planare now being formulated -= '< p.m., at the home of I Mrs. Kenneth Oka. 2801 Mrs \rthur Coh' %  hairman of the Social Comr:-l Ira Joseph, Co-chairwill be in char IdingD and %  %  rmulated for the erection of a new recreation hall at the West Miami Jewish Center, according to an an nouncement Ihis week by Harp. Klein, chairman of the Building mittee Klein said here that i cial building fund has been set up and will be functioning bethe High Holy I).,;,. B'nai B'rith Women Bowl The Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women are bowling every Monday evening at the Brunswick izations have been added to the Alley according to Annette Coulweekly audiences joining the new',.,n and Evelyn Merkin. in charge Holiday for Housewives television 0 f the affair. -how every Monday at 1 p.m.. from | the Algiers Hotel. Format for the program includes appearances of different club members appearing each time Special contests pave the way for gifts and prize tripto Nassau Among newly added groups to the weekly ro.ter are the North shore Jewish Center Sisterhood, Free Sonof Israel, West Miami Jewish (enter and Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt Temple No. 33. at Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 2 14 NX. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Phone U* 1 S. .1. Krecdman & M. lV|iliuii HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth SU Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synapoguaa and Private Use. 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JULY 17, 1953 +3ewisti ncrkttan PAGE 3 N urn persit id Bust Of Irnold Volpe (veiled Here fg the memory of Arnold under of the University [Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Albert Pick, of Miami week presented the U a cast-stone bust of the bremonies in the entrance the Merrick Building [ Thursday at 10 a.m., the of Dr. Volpe's birth, brn July 9. 1869, in KovI, and died here February fter a career that made fatory. [by the Miami sculptress, |>rwin, the bust is larger bze and is mounted on a lUntil the university can lilding for its School of bust will be displayed rick Building entrance, made the presentation, Franklin Williams, U president, expressed the ititude for the gift. John of the School of Music ttr of the U of M Sym tiestra, paid tribute to tor whom he succeeded of Dr. Volpe's death. P> Kaplan. Rabbi Emeriuplc Israel and former Philosophy at the uni%  livered the invocation. via, the sculptress, bling the bust, had the pelvic of Dr. Volpe's Marie Volpe, to guide king the likeness. avid Men arbeeue e membership party at the home of Nate uth Miami Avenue, by the Beth David SynaClub on Thursday everd, 8 p.m. have been sent out persons in the area. hip social will include nt and barbecue reThe entire affair is ing to Liss. the host will be MurSherman Tobin, Neal d Morton Perry. Old Fashioned Square Dance The North Shore Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith announces an old fashioned square dance slated for the North Shore Jewish Center on Saturday, July 25th, at 9 p.m. Elected To Board Cantor Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel, has returned from a cantors' conference in New York City, where he was elected to the National Board of Trustees of the American Conference of Certified Cantors. %  0 n l B i Miami Beach Poet No. 330 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States is currently completing plans for a membership drive. Shown above (left to right) are Sam Rivkind, Fred Barad and Dan Neal Heller mapping out the campaign. Rivkind is honorary chairman of the Membership Committee and a past national vice commander of the New England Region. He is also a former member of the National Emergency Executive Council and a former chairman of the JWV Massachusetts Speakers Bureau. Barad is Post No. 330's junior vice commander and membership chairman. Fluent in seven forj eign languages, he served as an interpreter during World War II. Serving as co-chairman of the drive is Heller, immediate past commander of the Post and senior vice commander of the Department of Florida. Current post commander is Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro. £JUNE* DAIRY ^^^ DO AM Pi .^nPJ BRAND HEALTH £GG5 BE5T BUTTER <* DA Meeting ill be a Board meeting iami Zionist District on vening, July 20th, 8:15 e Beth David Synagogue, ng the agenda, it is anby Sidney Sachs, presi1 be the election of delethe National ZOA conin New York City during 15 Dado Students To Enter Miami Medleal School The University of Miami this week announced the acceptance of 41 students into its freshman class starting in September. yDr. Homer F. Marsh, acting dean, said here that all the students are from the state of Florida. It was also learned that 13 of them are residents of Dade County. Among the students of the Greater Miami area are William Isaac Kandel, 145 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach; Joan Louise Osheroff, 2485 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach; Fred Eugene Park, 919 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Arthur Radin, 3144 SW 26th Street, Miami; Bruce Saul Steir, 1007 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach; Nardo Zaiac, 1130 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; and Aaron H. Zimmerman, 1751 SW 7th I Street, Miami. IAMI TITLC tQktractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY IOWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE | Till. kumKl Policies af Kaai.i City TitU Insurance C. Capital, Surplus • Keservcs txctd $3fl00,000 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 GLASS 7 I FOR EVERY PURPOSE %  TORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW OLAM itur. Top*. Beveled Mirror, end Rnmilmring Our Specialty A Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 34834 'ORRJS ORLIN IRVIXQ GORDON General Repair on all Make Truck, and Car. Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wreck. Rebuilt — Body Repair, and Painting Free Pick-Up and DeiWery — Wrecker Hervlce • 3-2244. 2-4452 M S.W. %  StfMt o^ytm budget HAVE Extra Income. BY WISELY USING SAVINGS! IT'S NOT enough to "just save." Full use of money enables your saved dollar to add to income-substantially! Combine the comfort of having a cash reserve with the pleasure of having extra income ... by saving with us. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS accounts are INSURED to $10,000 each by the Federal Sayings and Loan Insurance Corporation, and EARN dividends twice a year for you at the current rate of 2% per annum. 3 Convenient Offices to Serve You 1400 N.W. 36th Street 45 N.E. First Avenue 1359 S.W. 8th Street JOSEPH M. LIPTON. President To Promote Thrift There's a FREE GIFT FOR NEW SAVERS at all offices AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI £ Our Hvnourven Exceed IB Million Hollars



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+jemistfkrrttor PAGE i £ % %  %  • %  .1 \' .. %  : : .-.i -< •• •• -' %  -' %  .. -. : i • i %  -.•.--. %  •.'•.-< ._, ZTT.Zl PLANT E &* Sw *S r*^ Tglgpiooea 2-1U1 HH During The Week.. .A I se,j %  %  %  i -. -11 %  %  T ** BT IXO MDTOUM ; S • T C I IttE FBES I SHOCHEI LZC I ,. -_:.; — AT::-:: *tos .|i-rii*al-fii AH A Capitol — %  -•• nan sic „.,. .%  --' %  %  : ..." .. %  world relxjie '.'.'; .-: .• % %  • '. Cafhol : C •' MM i ic ihofl the ec by the Arab League boi been "'.V trouble torn. Pi hand dM the OOntrOVef*] DOM ::::. %  : between MTCMJ I toe M ien Arah -v.-. ee i%^ .• %  /. a n lot fea Jewieh >bJem connn-es la re.-.-.-.-..-, for Ac Ami %  % %  ravering United Nations cered toward the internanoaa},zr.',:. 5 '• %  of .;•.:/.:.-; the three orreligioi Bat it appears tc intetnationnlttaticii would never allay Bead Mo elen i anxiety which ii the miitenm of a lee •..-. Stale So long at Arab leader: -.-...-: ..se •:.<: r.-...City CM as taetnunenf further to foment the Israel-Arab rift, they continued to do so. If the Jewish move to Jerusalem destroys this poss:bility they eill seelc other such instruments. Isrcei's wiDingneei to DOOM to terms with the Moslems c.-.d the i on the matter of holy places '.-.rough UN action apparently finds more favor, although hardly any agree' % %  ': % %  .•-;. % %  '. %  • %  :.': '-'-;•.-.-.:.-._-. we 'fee], spw.es weil for the belief that the Moslem spiritual claim to Jerusalem has been justifiably set aside and recognized as a propagar.distic mask for more essential political motives. The placing of Israel's seat of government in Jerusalem was Inevitable. For over two iboueand yean, the Holy City has been a symbol of an ultimate Great Return. For Jewry ". bars fallen before intimidation and swerved from its purpose would bam wrought only partial fulfillment to the Zionist dream. MMjeiiuUrv-**. fulfill the 1 %  •*> %  ~*ei MfciJ oriB o(, THE BIG LIE Zionism's Future The tutare of the ZfanJal Organization of America, as well as of D wrnam other Zionist groups throughout the world, is being carefully considered during the deliberations of the Jewish Agency now going on m Jerusalem. For a long time, Dr. Nahum Goldmann has advocated expanding the Jewish Agency to include non-Zionist opinion as a means of lengthening world support of the new State o. Israel. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in addressing sessions of the Agency, proposed the formation of Zionist federations Into which all persons who support Israel could be organized. Alternative suggestions were made bv foeaker of the Israeli Parliament Joseph Spnr.zak who viewed the future of the Zionbt movement as a cultural and spiritual Lnstrurewrite. W V < behind *• new Whatever conclusions are finally reached in Jerusa c-m. it 18 to be hoped that a strengthened Zionist ideal will be the result. HardlO to^e expected is the emergence of any 1D ec5ir „5 univer 8aI]y ac ^ ^^ ^c and Habbi Irving MiDer, president of the Zionist Organization of America, has already voiced hi. opposition to Mr. Sprinzak's views on the matter. In addition. Zionist group, in EIOM have expre88ed thejr distaste^veMhe facf SS But The 6 n tl n t e ? ^ ,erUM,em "*S But ,he outlook for some consolidation of SSbS 0 "" 1 lde0l 9y mU8t £ ***Ml "I A Tough Job United Nations truce supervisor Vagn Ber.r.ike this week received his baptism under hre and recognizes that the job he inherited from William Riley, who held the post for five years until his retirement last month, will be no easy one. The UN Mixed Armistice Commission finally succeeded m br.nging together top level military leaders from Israel and Jordan to discuss future measures in the matter of preventing infiltration of Jewish territory by bands horn Jordan. Brigadier General Mardecai Makleff. Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army of Defense, apparently welcomed Jordan General Enab Radi el Adam's promise that his government was determined to halt further border incidents. If Bennike felt any elation over his rapid success in office, it was rapidly dispelled when two Israeli soldiers were killed and a third wounded by Arab marauders in the Judean Hills Friday. We think that the UN truce supervisor hit it squarely on the head when he censured the Jordan Government by saying that unless practical measures are taken to implement the current top level discussions all declarations become "empty words." We certainly hope that General Bennike will have greater success in his post than did his predecessor. General Riley was a capable man. and his talents went a long way toward keeping at a minimum the number and intensify of skirmishes between Israelis and Arabs at critical border points. But General Bennike ti ST 7 Qnd ,alen are "cient to stem the petulence of the Arab League leaders 2S to 1 ,,;* l earn thal lttael *• SS Kahlii Silvor Returns Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver las. week met with President Eisenhower at the White HousT to discuss iues of state, b particula? h? a vigorous Zionist leadeT he hL f' ^ ing the past few vem. i„ hosen dur seclusion RabhT sZ, emain ln rela,lv e well as his spiri u j and' nSES"! abll "y' as Has made ^o^LTL^^ ^'^ •o^den^Ernh^ h waTh h e had l ** liberation and respect ?v£Z ?'* Wi,h de be ha, pe rh ^ J^^JJ that it America for his return t „,• Zl0n "n in iu Programs anTthath^K ? t ^ a -o-ten the toys of deha'baSLtt ££ *0$T OttDtHAKV pfforti FIMO IT can set taroesistcetl; wnbout M uKuuisusey %  *"" %  *•*' wrtB %  •niMMeti or autu r a mac ak a proause to kss swicfeeor end fails to *-*p ^ foeace (JisturU him to the eedM wncte he is forced to tendinx ducorafort axamM the *alue of the often aukes hu prwee team if he In matters of boead lew. the njyd code of practical hoeesty that • steal sad that Mmes to luatpatte lefa) to beuu subjected to sort and ccemctJoa. Bet thi. ^ ^ jUa moralrtj apparently does aet apply to mterri':naj • B i. that are la a ^p>e corporate anhiiaaili. insbt opoa ~ their parti; jiar perouaIit*e" threage) what to popolarrt tnotism" sad emphasise the.r ethical pr a c ti ce s with hist achiewnewt wnttea in fairy tale an aa r r •-rthelev. these corpor at e indnidoals assnife-rea' characteristics of haasen behavior They feel no &f Tiorality u (overeed eery by what is *" -hich are akin to the relationship rsoo and his aetojhbor. run the gamut from blatant •'i outraseows bree c h es of ag ree s a c u t The la'ter av d uith impunit) because most nations are the sarr.. Tkeyi xmg morality" accordiax to which they operate. aa| pate finding it in others. Punishment for aVaeet I aero ts therefore uacoeunoo except after major cateatropbe\jxt when the "particular personality" of a country — its patriotaas ale history — has been outraged and subsequently \iBdaeall • .*rath THE CURRENT EGYPTIAN hLOCKAOC of the Sufi Casal ij -i rx.int The blockade was originally impo sed in 1M. breel and Ksypt. a member of the seven-nation Arab rttrm. i engaged in the War of Liberation, and it continued throvgamj penod of the Armistice Agreement which was concluded < Fe 24. 1949 The blockade is still in effect despite a I'nited NatMss] cur:t\ 'ouncil directive that it be terminated. This Security Council directive is not essentially based on [ applied to the IN Nor does it specifically derive from the Armistice Commission demand on August 29. 1MB, "that the Government shall not interfere with the passage of goods to through the Suez Canal" The United Nations insistence ttot blockade be withdrawn is based on the oriental seeamr.. at tan to global commerce and on the riiniiaMiwi granted to the French 1 pagnie Iniverselle du Canal Maritime de Suet on Januar. 5 IK This concession incorporated the doctrine that the Son •hould be open to all vessels of the world's nations at all tuses test of the free and "international** status of the waterway i during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870-71. Although French dominated the Suez (anal Company. the canal remained opea belligerents Thus, throughout the history ofdhe Suez lanal the later period of its domination by the British Empire dowi el present day, the doctrine of free navigation has been almost to respected. Th I mg part of Egypt, the Suez Canal should be extra-terntonalneti it continues as the basic instrument governing the use of the csntl our own day — Two of its most significant provisions are these a TV Maritime Canal shall always be free and open in time of time of peace to even vessel of commerce or of war wiuV'Jt oi nag. b The canal shall never be subjected to the exercise right of blockade (Article 1.) In the face of this treats the ( traditional meaning to global commerce and iU "internatwnal ,T rr ,, an L '! e5p ,e N dfm "*6% to the contrary. Egypt bei I the blockade against Israeli shipping through the waterwa} .• A "RONCMAN. MOHAMID NAGUlB. is as ritrtoetij att„ude toward Israel ,s are the other Arab leader* He it en L[ l raf,Pntfd ,h Jewish S^te •• "** cancerous frel ne Middle hast %  Naguib has also called war against Israel I rr./rrf K? K t n, J mM,ure for ,h P"^*" of crushing it. he son regards blockade more highly effective. He maintains that the %  Ene^neT 0** Rhode re Pt uspension of aet alone and that Egypt s belligerent rights against Israel reman L. atim^"," ne J C n nl> ar u 'nutlessiy on the matter of WJ fir Dolnt „T .V h T* 1 tie *' ,hw • "und and apparent rnclud eh? w U i hr v,r n m ••belligerent rights" do sot Another "ft ,? e Pnnc,pl ol tr ~ navigation is, of coure. Z t ?! a "''ve action by the armed force,, land, sea *~ *tncn. ns n 8 M,ns I Art > n M^'tor. he ha. declared that Eflrptnt' Wctions on uraell .h. PP ,„g M ^^^ to ^^n, accounts 7""'!!! ^^^ affecU "" nations, as well r.rest w. t.nmm, >U rn """ n {t %  he United Mete, for d*| sentThi Zl"?^ T 0t toUI of •"• tons of .h.ppitf ** "hem of ,hV t >P,Un wh,m *"'<•" "". 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E.JULY 17. 1953 +Jewls t OcrkJktn PAGE' 5 ILL mm. Hi SENATOR PAT M A Jewith Floridian Newt Feature shall Shapo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Shapo. 1600 SW 17th land Harold Eisner, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Eisner, 987 i Street, are Miami Senior High School students who won this eventh annual Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, debating contest. lie third successive victory in the series for Miami High orators (fourth time that they ran ahead to outpoint the other high ere. lapo-Eisner victory came debating team from their jl. Coached by Mrs. Jesiberlin, who teaches Engdebating, the duo were winners in Miami over r TV presentation during ey discussed the subject: That The McCarran-WalI Should Be Repealed. [and Eisner argued that versial act should not be [The two youths, who have ids for many years, ex%  eir stand in these words: ent immigration law cer|s some good in it, and .admits that the old 1917 lined many more inlid that "the alternative feCarran Act is the 1917 Tfor immigration or some%  e which could conceivably H That's why we argued Hlment and not repeal." I who is a tall lad and B?r his friend in somewhat [fashion, chimed in: "We ig to admit in a broad 'the McCarran Act needs we would not let our get away with the cry (illation." iple," explained Shapo, fee next year's editor of I High Times. "Immigrarith the human element. {ration acts regulate the ^foreigners to the United nine group is certainly pay it is being discriminmember and coach Mrs. softly reminded the Jents about remarks writlie Congressional Record to Representative Franbusiness about 'protests' and 'crocodile tears.' Is his way of arguing the minority groups who the act. Certainly, they accent." (they attacked the personal ner said, "and not the act itself. Our opponents used these arguments against us. We pointed out that they were not indictments but presentments which would have to be brought before a grand jury, and such arguments were setting us up as a grand jury." Shapo clarified their position. "You must understand that we are not blind to the act's inequities, but too many people have been attacking it on improper grounds. Like the 'ethnic origins' matter. This is Section 222 of the McCarran Walters Law which requires every person applying for permission to enter the United States to list his ethnic classification." Eisner pointed out that in the Dictionary of Races and Creeds in the 1917 act, the Jew is listed as an ethnic group and is the only religion so listed. "The McCarran Act uses this dictionary, and on the basis of this, the immigration law has been called discriminatory." The boys' victory took them to Washington along with Mrs. Chamberlin where they met Senator McCarran and Representative Walters. "The Nevada Senator is a most gracious man," Mrs. Chamberlin said. "He's also cynically charming," Shapo added. Miami High School students Marshall Shapo (left) and Harold Eisner (second from right), winners of the Sholem Lodge debating contest, meet United States Senator Pat McCarran in his Washington offices to discuss the McCarran-Walters Immigration Act. Looking on is Mrs. Jessie Chamberlin, Miami High English faculty member and debating coach, who helped the boys through their victory and who has been instrumental in bringing debating victory to the senior high school for the fourth time since the Sholem Lodge contest was initiated seven years ago. Dulles Makes Single Package Proposal On Security Relations In Near East Continued from Page 1 Jtribution to our security." said "it will contribute to internal i Dw|k Pc iey Cr j t j eiM0 security, will aid in promoting plans for peace between the Arab) The Jewish War Veterans of the] t Q organize Jewish life separately Report Discord At Jewish Agency ~ Meet In Jerusalem Continued from Page 1 j functions of the Zionist Organiza; tion to educational and cultural activities. While virtually all the members of the Agency favored some change in the set-up of the Zionist Organization to meet changing conditions, reports here indicated that there was nowhere near unanimity on the various proposals offered. ZOA president Rabbi Irving Miller, Past President Dr. Emanuel Neumann and Hadassah President Rose Halprin all opposed both plans and demanded the strengthening of the Zionist Organization. M i z r a c h i leaders Rabbi Max Kirshblum and Leon Gellman and Mapam deputies demanded that the prerogatives of the Zionist Organization remain untouched. Dr. Goldmann, who warned that unless the Zionist Organization met new conditions with a flexible policy the organization would be unable to fulfill its mission, opposed the Ben Gurion-Sprinzak suggestion for limiting the functions of the organization to educational and cultural activities. He said that two organizations were needed, one nations and Israel and will assist' United States made public here a in establishing a regional defense organization." He failed to explain exactly how the shipment of arms would promote "plans for peace between the Arab nations and Israel," but said the military program "should make a significant contribution to the achievement of our basic objectives." "Because of the nature of the problems in this region, the proDo you know what' gram must necessarily place great McCarran said to us? 'You advocated the act. He said: er emphasis on technical assistance Well, it's | and economic aid," Mr. Dulles statvery good to advocate something.' And in a letter to us he wrote later: 'If more critics knew as much about the act as you do, there wouldn't be any critics.' "We were a little careful," they explained. "We didn't discuss what we felt ought to be amended because we didn't think it could do any good in such a short time." Eisner explained that Representative Walters was more free in his discussion of the many critics. In particular, he referred to former President Truman. "He was a friend of mine," Walters said. "How could he veto the bill?" of the man who was co-',. There % %  *" ** more humanit the McCarran Act," Eisty _in Congress than the bickering statement severely criticizing the State Department for its "vacillation" in the Middle East and emphasizing that this policy is "seriously prejudicing American prestige." in each country and one to handle the purely Zionist tasks. Summer Dances Scheduled Dances for the Young Adult Group began Sunday at the Beach The JWV said that Secrej Branch of the Greater Miami Jewtary of State John Foster Dulles; j sn Community Center, 1536 Bay came back from his trip to the | Road, and will continue throughout Middle East "with a cautious, the Summer, fence-straddling statement" which indicated weakness in dealing with basic problems in that part of the world. "It has been long standing United States policy." the statement said, "to create a Near East defense organization for the two-fold LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161138 .I LAN li'iWIi, Plaintiff. v. CHAIUJE8 IIHNKY iKiwn, JR.. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES HENRY DOWD, JR. 13* Boydon Avenue. Maplewood. New Jersey You are required to nerve a copy "f iounee New nil j Firm and Mrs. gadget-minded f will welcome a new ortion formed recently in Miami t o market ed. "The program calls for continuance at present levels of existing programs for technical assistance, maintenance of programs purpose of achieving peace in that for refugees, and special regional area and establishing an effective economic assistance. We consider l force against Communism. Lack of | your Anawer'io the itui of Oow fi s ln t open the Plaintiff's attorney, MiniTON ROTHENBEKO, 4L'n Unewh Road, Miami llearh. Florida, and file, the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before August IT. 19.'>3; otherwise. Mid Bll will be taken an confessed by you Dated this 15th day of July, A.D. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JB. (Seal) Deputy Clerk. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 these programs, although relatively small in dollar cost, to be vitally important in terms of their constrength in implementing that policy has resulted in American failure in that area of the world. and charges and counter charges indicate. Before Congress over rode the veto to support the bill, ] Representative Walters decorated his office with great, black mourning wreaths. "How could President Truman do it," Representative Wal-' ters kept saying, "when so many MSA Continues Row Continued from Page 1 region should be limited to installation such as airports, communications facilities and harbors. It urged establishment of a new link between the Mediterranean and Red Seas across Southern Israel to provide an alternative route to the Suez Canal should that channel be blocked by military or political developments. What the State Department seems to have forgotten is that Israel has taken a much stronger and promote X ears practical, labor saving gadgets, products and hive nt ions that make for greater comfort and bet.er living. Operating unIder the name of I New Product Enterprises, at 213 eond Avenue, Miami, the new %  will be headed by Solomon executive director and one erica's advertising and extion experts. am has marketed and exnumerous "name" products are today a household byHis promotion of the now is Italian made Necchi sewing inc. the golfer's sectional far-To golf bag, the hanging robe carrier, Val-A-Pak, and %  test fashion luggage boon to raers, Car-Sac, are but a few successful products he probother one is an ingenious in % r or a small or large manu people slaved over it for so many Shapo and Eisner laughed in Israel Capitol Is Moved This Week Continued from Page 1 of the ritv and therebv indicate' ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE oi tne city ana inereoy inaicaie. 11TH JUD CIA |_ CIRCUIT IN AND that its regard for the international community's interest in Jerusalem had been fully satisfied in that manner. It is understood that in its communication to the foreign missions, the government expressed its conviction that no useful purpose would be served by the separation of the Ministry from the main body of the government and that the Ministry would be unable to fully I position against the Soviet Union than has her Arab neighbors. Arthur Z. Gardiner, politico-eco""" -T^TV T ? !"""„•"! nomic adviser of the Department's : JTT* !" "*J or before the" wth "day < recollection But they were also Near ^^ ^ ^.discharge its normal functions un-, ,,„. tne .„,„„„ happy that they brought the Shol-1 ferentja| t0 Unk Zionism with der such circumstances. The mesCommunism recently in t*ttarl JlJ*2 *!* a^TLfflS before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Mr. Gardiner said Isem Lodge trophy for debating to Miami High as a permanent prize. Their victory over their opponents gave the school that privilege. j that there is no case in modern his itory where a Foreign Ministry has Nation Plans Bond Drive During High Holy Day Services NEW YORK — Communities throughout the nation are planning special campaigns to obtain State of Israel Bond subscriptions in synagogues during the High Holy Day services, it was announced this week by the Israel Bond organization. The practice of obtaining subscriptions for Israel Bonds in synagogues during the High Holy Days began with the inception of the Israel Independence Bond Issue two years ago and has become a widely accepted custom all over the country. Special tab cards are provided in the synagogues, mak_er. New Product Enterprises j ing it possible for worshippers to P* the workshop of dreams in | indicate the amount of Israel Bonds ating unique products of they wish to purchase without viofrom idea stage to national tuition. reel's argument that the Arab ref-|^! n *"JL*"" the other or ugees were a potential fifth column represented "the party line." Deprecating Israel farmers. Representative Frances P. Bolton, chairman of the Near Eastern Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, critized Israelis for being "interested in business.'* Mrs. Bolton ought to be an authority on business. She is reputedly the richest member of Congress. The Israel farm workers have only their courage and determination. Mrs. Bolton said "the orchards were good where the Arabs owned them. I was amazed because I had been filled with the propaganda that the people in my district had given me that Arabs did not know anything and could not farm." Approximately 25 percent of this Republican's Cleveland district is made up of persons of the Jewish faith. They would like to know if they are being accused of spreadlati'ng the traditional injunction! ing the absurd allegations Mrs. Bolagainst writing on the Holy Days. I ton claims she was "filled with." FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S1149 INDIA KOWANDA KI.KNK. Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT FREDERICK KI.KNK. Defendant.. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: ALBERT FREDERICK KI.KMK 417 W. 120th Street New York, New York Y(C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and A" are hereby required to aerve a copy ol your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney and to file the original Answer in the office f the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on of Ausust, ons of s:ill Bill of Complaint will be taken m confessed against you. DATED this 15th day of July. 19S... E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk (seal) GEORGE J. TA1.IANOFF gans Of a State. Attorney for Plaintiff K is expected that the heads of, $ J Jf nc< n to d Miaml B ch the Foreign Missions will hence7/17-24-21 — /7 forth travel to Jerusalem whenever they seek an interview with the Foreign Minister or when they are summoned by him. In a move to indicate its desire to smooth over the procedural difficulties, the Ministry is retaining a liaison office in Tel Aviv for the time being. Also, the research section of the Ministry, for which no space has yet been found in Jerusalem, will remain here for the present. The transfer of the Foreign Ministry was a foregone conclusion since Jerusalem became the official seat of the Israel Government in December of 1949. On January 30, 1931, Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett announced in Parliament that the transfer of his department was merely a technical question. On May 4, 1992, the Israel Government formally announced its decision to move the Ministry to the capital. IN TH£ COUNTf JUOO.fc.-S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30637-B In p "' ^"fATie. <^F ANGELES M1R6, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ail Creditors and All Persona Having Clafrne or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are nereoy notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ANGELES MIRO, deceased late of Dade Coonty, Florida, to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING. County Judge "f Dade County, and file the same lo his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and present*'' as aforesaid, or same will be barred See Section 120 of the 1931 Probate Act. Date July !. A.D. lo3. RALPH H. MIRO, As Executor of the I-ast Will and testament of ANOEIJCS MIRO, Deceased DAVID LEVINE Attorney for Estate of Angeles Mlro 122 N.W. 12th Ave. 7/17-24-21 — ,1/7



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• By BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Telegraphic Agency None of the non-Zioni-1 leaders he United States have aJfel ten approached to join the Jewh Agency. U advocated by Dr. ;."ahum Goldmarji and other top Zionist leaders. But they will be pproached soon after the Jewish. Agency executive concludes its n early in July. In all probability, the BOO-Z leaders will be invited to join the Agency as individuals and not as representatives of the organizations %  h ich they head They will be roosted as members of the America branch of the Jewish Agency, •nee no elections can formally •alee place until the next World Zionist Congress Behind t h e ment to attract non-Zionist ?aders to active participation in •he Jewish Agency, iies the fact -at Israel's demands upon American Jewry are sure to inert Hence. Dr. Goldmann. supported other member<>f the .'• : ej executive U should not be brought into the Agency's executive in New York and thereby increase American Jewry's respon-ibilities towards Israel The Zion Htl will, of course, continue to be the pace setters in promoting Hebrew education, stimulating Jewi-h youth to go to Israel and other mat terwhich are of basic importance to the World Zionist movement. • • The plenary seion of the Jewish Agency executive in Jerusalem early this month is. in addition to dealing with the i>sue of invit • on Qoniata to joint the Agen-o considering the reorganization of the American Zionist Council. Dr Nahum Goldmann set %  • that the decisions with ra gard to the reorganization of the U mu-t be implemented. He believethat a reorcanizcd Council may lead eventually to the merging of all Zionist groups in the United States into a territorial Zionist federation. Thi -t-d a Ion.' time ago by Premier David Ben %  cated by Eliahu Dobkin. head of thi or department of th v A service thof leovet a lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a time when most needed I turtles on the American Zioimt scene Some progress in thire spect was made by tbe found last month Important additionI ( o Ur „ *'ll soon ban nounced in connection wi'h in. planned expansion of its act:. Incidentally, acting n a Sewn* ihe I'nited bra" Appeal iallocating thiyear $"50. 000 to the Vizrachi Pale*tin. r'und. $750 000 to tht (.eneral Zioni-t Confederation. SlW.000 to the Agudath Israel. $181,875 to the Agudah Labor Party and MO 000 to tht United RevisionistTht-* allocation* are being made on the basil of agreements that none of > tbese organizations would conduct separate campaigns for funds in the United States. The fun i : b) IbeM organiiatioo> mu-t be spent on cn>tructive projects i in Israel. Differences oi opinion pn among major Jewish organ:, in thicountry with regard to I ident r mow • i !:r.i--ion of 240.K10 alienfrom Europe within iu* outside of the immi luota The Amer :-h ( omi and .! %  in immigration work testified in, • • this week in fa\ this 11 But the American : the affiliated w::h the ommumty Relation\ uncil refrained ir n ing testimon) President 1 i proposal which habeen luced in ':. b) 18 Sen I Bill, is considered by the Ami i Jewish Congress an unfortunate piece of legislation Jewish believe that I dent Eisenhower's move — human hanan .•il is a |H.r -ub>titute for tht revishM of the Mr Carran Walter Immigration Act which all Jewish and liberal organ* izationin this country demand They also ptunt out that the Emergency Refugee Bill retainan "obnoxious racist concept'' as a criterion for admissibilty. since it j is built on the ethnic origin" prin | ciples They emphasize the fact that the proposed emergency legislation gives no significant relief to statelet.Jewish refugees. Nor does the bill do anything for refugees who were eligible for admission to the United States under the Displaced Persons Act but whose right of entry was lost because the Act expired before they were admitted. Other shortcomings of President Eisenhower's request as embodied in the Emergency Refugee Bill are pointed out by the American Jewish Congress which insists that the refugee prooiem cannot be treated separately from the question of a fundamental revision of the McCarran immigration law. YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR with Tk. Deo. ef j, witfc Cessa-eatatsri MORRIS NASATIR n -f GORDON FUNERAL HOME, I nc ^' AM MIAMI BEACH O^hAV, ,333 DADE BIVD H Ph. 3-3431 Ph 5 7677 t Will Return Sunday. October 4th with a New Program and Two New Features MJGUST BROS &£ Mrs. Aaron Kannw. preeident oi the Greater Miami National Council of Jewiah Women. Sam Hirsch. dh the Casablanca Playere' production of The ROM Toe*] Mrs. Irving Kobley. chairman of Council a dinner and i party, are shown diacusaing pkxna tor the July 22nd ta Proceeds from the affair will be ueed to purchase equipment needed in the newly organized classes la I school children to be begun by the Dade County Baoi] Public Instruction in the FalL ctM the NEVER SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE OH YOUF ON ROYAL MASTERS THE SAFEST TIRE ON THE HOAD BRAND NEW 114. ROYALS AND OTHEI FAMOUS HAND ORIGINAL fOUIPMENT TIMS • FIRST LINE • HRST QUALITY NO BLEMISH or SECONDS • GUARANTEED! 670x15 U.f5 18.84 7I0 5 ; | 6 .9t J0.92 760x| 5 I860 22.88 800,t| 5 19.95 24.95 820 I 5 2 0.98 25.99 Mes—ai CW t,!..,, atas Tea MOST RESPECTED GUARANTEE WerM Fesaoes U.S. Rey.l LMefisae •ae.aat u tynr mt ruu AND IKA? SOU n MOITON TIII ca •S HILLY dUAIAHTUO WITHOUT UUIT M ro Tim ot mtMsm§ Dot EASY CREDIT *| GETS YOU ROLLING NORTON TIRE CO. MIAMI U.S. ROYAL TIRE HEADOUARTERS Servl^ H,l4m Over 2$ fee" MIAMI IEACM MIAMI 5,8 f W mm f*u0T THE ct IIN KM ALTON ROAD



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17. 1953 +JewM>ncrA*ton PAGE 7 1ST 23 nt was made this by Aronovitz, presillel Advisory CounKovner, chairman Committee of the Bel Foundation, that [been let for the coni new $125,000 Hillel Itnain campus of the liami. The contract H. Popkin, general liami. Norman Gillthe architectural fe of planning and [architecture of the enter. jrouncement of Aronft followed a recent pisive planning by lig and Construction I represents, as well, a four-year longthe Hillel Advisthe combined efLEGAL NOTICE Joseph Cherner (left), Washington, D.C., and Miami Beach business and communal leader and a member of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond organization, discusses the progress of Israel's industrial and agricultural development with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. Mr. Chemer is touring Israel to gather first-hand information on the young republic's economic and political situation. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30506 B In Re: ESTATE OK LEK J. KI.I.IS. Dprrawd NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All I'ersons Having Claims or Demand* Again*! IdaM Batata: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and demand* which, you, or cither of you, may have against the estate of l,KK J. KI.I.IS. deceased late of I>ade County. I-iorida, to the Hon. County Judge* of Dade County, and file the same In their office In the I'oiinly <'oiirihn*c in I ":uliCounty, Florida, within eight calendar months from the ei-eased. IIKIIICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED Attorneys for Kstate of lee J. Kills 7/17-24-31 — S/7 e^V^^^V^V^V"^ -V-'-V^-V-VJ Spend yaar vocation in the Blue Ridge Mountains The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 First Av... W. Hendersonville, N.C. 3!tt StASOH Fine Kosher foods, prepared in the American Style by expert cooks. Write or phone (208 for reservations. All rooms with private and f connecting baths. \ Under Personal Supervision of \ Mrs. A. Horowita Aronovili rnai B'rith Lodges u South Florida, ing ceremonies are Sunday, August 23rd. lie Groundbreaking be headed by Dr. kelson, director of th Hillel Foundation pity of Miami, lilding will feature chapel seating 150 j provisions for an opadjoining auditorcity of which will be 390. The ground Htade, along with the [auditorium, a lounge frtoom, a kosher kitchand administrative wings of the builda patio, which will I main recreation area. On the second floor, there will be a caretaker's apartment, the reference library, newspaper office, arts and crafts room, music room, study rooms and class rooms. The latter will be used interchangeably for committee meetings and special study groups. One of the second floor rooms will be used mainly by the University of Miami Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America. Aronovitz released the name of the persons comprising the working building committees. The Building Committee is headed by Kovner, four-time president of the Hillel Advisory Council. Serving as co-chairmen with him are Jerry Adelman and Julian Weinkle. Other members are Morris Alpert, Sol Goldstrom, Jules Channing, Fred Binder, Irving Frankel, Alvin Cornblum, Ted Robinson, Norman Ciller, Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Chairman of the Construction Committee is Jerry Adelman. He will be assisted by Alpert, Goldstrom and Dr. Mlchelson. Giller will be an ex-officio member. The latter committee will serve in an on-the-job capacity. I Joint Movie Party A movie party will be jointly {sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Irving jJacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shapiro at the North Dade Jewish Center tomorrow evening, 6:15 p.m. (AY detail KOSHER Wholes! 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Ph. 1-0968 .\ .'I. JWV Post Installs OtHeerm The following newly appointed officers of the North Shore Jewish War Veterans Post No. 667 have been installed by Willard Bender, State Department Commander, assisted by Lou Phillips, National Committeeman, Washington, D.C., and Past Department Commander Lester Sold/ Mitchell P. Reiner, Commander; Sydney Neross, Senior Vice Commander; Eugene J. Schwarz, Junior Vice Commander; Isidor Brown, Quartermaster; Milton Ehrenreich. Officer-of-Day; Arthur Seleven, Three Year Trustee; and Bertha T. Cowan, Adjutant. The installation took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Reiner, 8024 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach on July 8th, and the Post plans on meeting the first Wednesday night of each month at the North Shore Jewish Center, 620 75th Street. SPfWD rOVff SUMMER VACATION m THE BLUE HIDCE MOUNTAINS OSCBOLA LAKE I V V ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN OwnerManager Season June 1st to Oct. 1st • SWIMMING POOL • ALL SPORTS, INCLUDING BOATING AND FISHING • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY O FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE • ALL ROOMS WITH BATH OR SHOWER ITHING ELSE TASTES LIKE WORLDS OLDEST AND LARGEST MAKERS OF KOSHER DELICATESSEN THE GELLIS STORE 1141 Washington Avo.. Miami Beach HI-GRADE FOODS 1733 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami %  7MMI tN'S KOSHER FOODS *3I E. Broadway In $t. •e.ersfcaro PHIL MURRAY 123 • 9th St., North NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF I AW NOTICE IS HEREBY nivfe.N that thp undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol I'ANIKIRA GIFT SHOP, at 958 Normandy Prlve. Miami liearh. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. ANNA KOPKIND KoVNER • MANNHKIMKR Attorneys for Anna Kopklnd 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In IMI.S1II.-SH under the flctitloua name of PLASTIC KI.OKIST CO. (Not Inc.), at 119 N.E. 6th Street. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT J. HIRSCH Sole Owner 7/10-17-M-31 Air Conai/ionea' RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THI KST IN KOSHER fOOM A Unique Dining Experience Delicioes TRADITIONAL MO At MI6HJ DINNEKS 2.50 Unexcelled Jewish Specialties DtlKAUSStN TO TAKE NOME 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Opposite City Hall CALL 5-2855 Hours — 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. o/V^tf


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FRIDA Y, JULY 17, 1953 -Jmkli ItcrMtor PAGE_8 SylviaFriedlander Weds Sy Robins; Grobm -Is Agricultural Scientist Mr and Mrs. Sy Robins are now Dazian Foundation for Scientific at home in Vc fi a Alta. Puerto Rica ^earc^ Q ^ following their honeymoon tour "" %  *"" % %  • SS Europe. They were marRobins. 5901 North Bayshore Dnve ried on May 14th. in New York I Miami, attended Miami Senior High City, with Rabbi Isaac Ruden of-, School and graduated from Johns ficiating. i Hopkins University. He did grad Some 150 persons attended the ua t e work at the University of Florceremony at the Plaza Hotel. In-' jda School of Agriculture, eluded among them were dignitar-1 A veteran of World War II. he ies of numerous foreign govern-. SC rved overseas as a lieutenant in ments. ambassadors to the United ; the United States Navy. The formNations, authors and stage and er co -owner of the Embers Lounge screen personalities. A reception ncre went to Israel at the conclufollowed the wedding. Among hon' s j on 0 f the war and engaged in ored guests were Dr. and Mrs. Davagricultural research. Mr. Robins • T*__i_ :— *U., I...1,1 nf hi'^rn. id de Sola Poole. is a pioneer in the field of hydroh* & f? UC OUIrt I WIV. : |*i it I'H'in i ill ni\. ..-. w— w The bride is the former Sylvia pomc farming and brought to the Friedlander. She is the daughter i t hen newly established Jewish of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Friedlander. | state the latest scientific methods New York City. She attended j for f ru j t a nd vegetable growing in Smith and Hunter Colleges, as well ; roc |{y, arid areas, as other northern universities. She j H C now heads Robins Farms in is a former television producer and has been affiliated with the theater professionally. Mr. Friedlander is the former president of Dazian s. Inc.. one of New York City's oldest costume de Vega Alta. Puerto Rico, one of the world's large, commercial hydro ponic developments. Helen Sir Troth To sign firms, and currently heads the \_i\\\ SllldcMll T()I(1 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sir. of 811 Nieberg, Erblich Plan August Rites An August 30th wedding is in the offing for Miss Phyllis Nieberg Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Helen, to Joseph Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaplan, formerly of Chicago and now IIIC Ulllllg 1U1 JIUM I II* lii.S IllVUCth Idll, Ull IIH-I I.* Wl rr.-.i-llt* liv" and Lyle Myron Erblich. They met residing at 1653 S\V 29th Avenue. while vacationing on Miami Beach. Miami. Miss Nieberg. formerly of ClayMiss Sir. a graduate of Miami ton, Missouri, is the daughter of Beach Senior High School, attended the University of Florida at Gainesville. Her fiance attended the University of Illinois, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity His studies at Kent Law School were interrupted by two years in the United Slates Air Force as a counter intelligence officer. Mr. Kaplan has resumed his law studies ;it the University of Miami Law School A Kail wedding is planned by the engaged couple. Bernsteins Mark Golden Anniversary Three sons and four daughters, their wives and husbands. 12 grandchildren and one great grand child assembled in Miami to help Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bernstein celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. The Bernsteins were married in Warsaw. Poland, in 1903 and came to America in 1905. taking up a homestead in Wyoming. They later moved to New York City, and came to Miami in 1949. The sons and daughters who brought their families to the golden wedding dinner at the Colony Restaurant were Dave Bernstein. Corpus Christi. Texas; Maurice and Harry Bernstein, of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Evan Harris, of Chicago; and Mrs. Mike Goldberg, Mrs. Charles Sobel and Mrs. Eddie Flaum. all of Miami. Miss Hf Seltman Seltnian, Rosen Engagement Told A 26th anniversary dinner party for Mr. and Mrs. A Seltman was the setting for the announcement of the engagement of their daughter. Flora Rae. to Mr. Alvin Rosen, whose parents are the Ben Rosens. 233 Velarde. Coral Gables. Miss Seltman graduated from Mi ami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami and the l'niversity of Florida. She is a past president of Tau Alpha Omega. Mr Rosen was also a graduate of Miami Senior High School and re ceived the BS degree in Pharmacy at the University of Florida, where his fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi He is currently affiliated with Whelan Drug Company The couple is planning a December wedding. tat s Miss Phyllis Nieberg Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nieberg. 3942 SW 5th Street. She graduated from Miami High School and is currently attending the University of Miami. Mr. Erblich is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Erblich. University City, Missouri. He attended Washington University at St. Louis and graduated from the U of M. His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau. Candlelight Rites Unhe Sheila hit And Robert Smith At Roney Plaza' Sheila Ludwig was wed to Robert Smith in a double ring, candlelight ceremony at the Roney Plaaa Hold on July 12th. Rabbi Max Sha, ir „ spiritual leader of Beth David Synagogue, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Ludwig. 1901 South Miami Avenue. She was attired in a French chantilly lace gown, with nylon tulle over candlelight satin, and a princess-eut long torso bodice The gown was buttoned down the hack and had long lace sleeves ending in points. Her neckline was appliqued with sequins, pearls and crystal dewi drops The lace over the full skirt ended in a cathedral length train of tulle and satin. I The bride's headpiece of match1 ing lace and jeweled trim was fashioned with a three tiered hip-length circular veil She carried a white Bible covered with orchids and lilyof the valley Her only jewelry was I stung of pearls given her as a gift from the bridegroom's parents. I Maid of honor was Helen Lachman. cousin of the bride, attired in a full length orchid nylon tulle gown Her flowers made a fan covered with phaleonopsis sprayed with pink butterfly orchids. Other attendants were Lynn Beth KorHon. cousin of the groom, who acted as flower girl in a pink nylon organza gown with sweetheart neckline dotted by rosebuds and a rosebud wreath on her head, and Bernard Ludwig. brother of the b p id<\ David Kronbere. uncle of the bride. Ronald 1-evinc. cousin of the groom, and Phillin Weinstcin. u>hers Mrs David Kronherg, aunt of the bride, was in charge of the guest hook. Newlywed Mrs Smith's mother wore .in ankle-length gray silk marqtlilite gown with hand made imported anplique lace. She carried % %  %  I 'KM Mrs. teaert imiH, Tots About Town... Miss Barbara Gardner, a freshman at the University of Miami, has been elected president of the District No. 5 B'nai B'rith Girls covering seven states from Maryland to Florida, according to Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Committee. There are over 1,000 members of the organization in the District, including 300 in Greater Miami. Senior Judaea .Xante** Of Been Sonia Stern, of Nashvilk. nessee, was elected presideat i the Southern Region of Judaea, heading the seven area to succeed Carol Freedn of Atlanta, Georgia. The election took place it %  annual summer sevendiy and Convention held in Camp I Star, Hendersonville, North Una. Other officers elected Incoming year are: vice prex Sylvia Shine. Memphis. Te Liz Kominers, Charleston. Carolina, and Judy Phillips.! Beach: secretary, Sylvia C Nashville; treasurer. Janet Atlanta, pink orchids. The groom's mother \ Committee Chairmen: Shi was attired in an ankle -leni'th ami a Dolgoff. Savannah, Americas I silk taffeta with hcrem hemline lin, fairs; George Stern. Nashville.' ed by lavers of tulle Her flowers tests; Tamra afamchex, werwhite orchids Beach, Jewish Living; Roz ; The bride graduated from Miami Augusta. Chalutziut and Isradil Senior High School and was a mem-1 ture: Carol Wearb, CharleHaj ber of Tau Alpha Omega Sorority, j raeli Projects; Doris \a She received the Bachelor of Edu Charleston. Historian, and ration degree from the l'niversity elein. Atlanta, Publications. of Miami and taught first grade at Outstanding Chapter in t.*< the Beth El Hebrew Academv She gjon went to the Cecile was vice president of Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority and is now alumni advisor for Pan Hellenic Society. She is a past state sweetheart of the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith The groom, who is the son of Mr arid Mrs Murray Smith. 1821 Nocatee Drive. Miami, graduated from a New York City high school and attended the University of Miami. He is a member of the Ma I sons and the Jay Cee's of South Miami He is currently in the men's clothing business Group of Charleston, lead b; 1 Robert Wearb. Another made at the camp was fo outstanding Judaean in the This year the award went to I Freedenthal. of Atlanta, and Shapiro, of Miami Beach. Miss Ettinger Meets Fiance At Party Here Miss Adrienne R Ettlnger first met Airman U L uis j Sjlvpr USAF, who is stationed at MIAD during a holiday dinner party m •n by her parents for servicemen Now, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I',. 'mger. of 2 530 SW 21st Terrace viumi. are announcing the couple's 'ngagement They plan to be mar icri on September 20th The bride elect graduated from Mianu Senior High School and aT ended the r njve rsi,v of Miami JJ a r c T of Mr ani1 *" Tay.d Silver, Long Branch, New 'ersey, graduated from Rider CoL ege in Trenton. CLASPED HANDS AND WARM HEART ... are demonstrated by Ilene Ely, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hammer, 780 82nd Street. Miami Beach. BktV PhotOI by Ardmore THE IMAGINARY 'CELLIST Craig draws on his invisible bow. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Leon. 635 12th Street. Miami Beach. Uncle and aunt are Dr. and Mrs. Saul Miller. Rabbi Malavsky On Air Rabbi Morion Malavsky, sp,r,tual leader of the Israelite Cente Wl fcSAraS&s Sherwin Hi veto To Reside In Indiana Mr and Mrs Sherwin Givel have returned from their honeymoon in Bermuda and are at home at 6906 Oleott Avenue. Hammond, Indiana. I The newlyweds were united in marriage by Rabbi Julius Shuback on June 14th. at the Windemere East Hotel in Chicago I The bride was attended by Miss MMM Smith, a cousin. u maid o( j honor, and Miss Janet Givel. sirtar the groom, as bridesmaid How |H Civel. brother of the groom ,^his. K .s t ma„, and ,he ushers -.'re M rt ( )|man M the br.de. and Martin Smith a cousin. 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nolly king FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1953 -JaHstiHtrknan PAGE 9 ft ft %  el Greenstein, fo: fl3 years spiritual leadi Beth El in West Palm visitor in that city for be. Rabbi Greenstein jer of a congregation Llabama, since leaving Beach in December, apanying him on his Greenstein, their son, daughter, Baillie. ft ft Blumberg has returnfork by plane after a at the Beach Plaza ner resident of West Mrs. Blumberg also friends there. •b ft rs. Louis Gordon, of | Road, are leaving for tit their son and rela[ will return here on ft ft Irs. Harold Shapiro, returned from their the West Coast, are at 2418 Flamingo Beach. ft ft Lobel, president of rarl Synagogue, is rehome following a ft ft J. M. Rosenthal, of vo Alto Drive, have forth and will spend vacation in Montifork. They expect to for the High Holy ft ft Jowak has arrived in [ his wife and children imer vacation at their 24th Road. Mrs. Sam Weissel (second from right) greets Mayorese Felisa Rincon de Gautier at her home Sunday for mid-day dinner. Senora de Gautier was on her way back to San Juan following a meeting in Cuba. Looking on are Senior de Gautier (left) and Mr. Weissel. BUGS SPOIL IfRFUNf rKILL Insect Bomb designed and formkill flying insects ep it your Lear. HOG. AX A Meets En Carolina B'nai B'rith Girls and Aleph Zadik Aleph of District Five held their annual convention recently at Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville, North Carolina. Seven states sent over 200 delegates to participate in the program. Convention guests included National AZA President Don Newman, Los Angeles; Phylis Block, national BBG president, Baltimore, Maryland; past national BBG presijdent from Baltimore, and past national AZA president, Peter K. Rosedale. Presiding over the BBG's was Margie Goldman, of Greensboro, and the three regional presidents, Carolyn Schoenfeld, of Washington, D.C., Northern Region; Stella Franco, of Atlanta, Georgia, Southern Region; and Abby Goldfinger, of Miami, Florida Region. Lester Blesky, district president, and Charlie Goldberg, president of the Southern Region, led the AZA's. Other BBG officers attending the conclave were Suzanne Covan, 1st vice president; Claudja Tucker, 2nd vice president; Ruth Abrams, 3rd vice president; Gayla Schildhaus. treasurer; Bess Bach, secretary; Phyllis Block, counselor; and Bennie Warshaw, historian. Representing AZA executives were Morty Harris, vice president; Eddie Herlich, sergeant-at-arms; Jules Licher, reporter; and Mel Galin, counselor. Mr. and Mrs. Yale Ogron, of Miami, announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey Davis. Mrs. Ogron is the former Romona Breitbart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mertimer W. Breitbart, 1075 NW 65th Street. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, of North Miami Beach, have as their house guest their niece, Linda Balsam, Brooklyn, New York. Miss Balsam plans to spena the summer here and will return home for the Fall opening of school. Wcisscls Fete San Jutin Mayoress At Water's Kdge Home Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, of Water's Edge, Coral Gables, entertained the mayoress of San Juan, Puerto Rico, during a mid-day dinner on Sunday at their home. Mayoress Felisa Rincon de Gautier and her husband, Senior de Gautier, were guests of honor at the Weissel waterway residence on Granada Boulevard. Senora de Gautier was enroute to San Juan from Cuba, where she attended a meeting for officials of Caribbean municipalities. Seated around the Weissel dinner table were the hosts' sons, Buddy and Roy; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Goodman, of Miami Beach, Mrs. Weissel's brother and sister-inlaw; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singer, of Miami Beach; and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril O. Kusel and son. Mickey, of Coral Gables. The honored guests were themselves hosts to the Weissels several weeks ago when the mayoress and Senior de Gautier entertained them in San Juan along with the direct decendents of Ponce de Leon at a combined fiesta in Puerto Rico of the coming of San Juan and Ponce de Leon to the island. ft ft ft Mr. Alexander Geronemus, of 1846 Fletcher Street, Hollywood, is now at home recuperating from surgery undergone last week at Mount Sinai Hospital. I Leonard Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berg. 850 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, has been accepted into the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. He completed his pre-medical studies at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Practical Nurse Ag 39, experienced with infant* end convalescents. Reference*. CALL 2-4304 DEPENDABLE .DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKER* A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. 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IY. JULY 17. 1953 PAGE II sses For Btiwd I Begin hi FaH Laura Sutler, supervisor of j instruction in Dade County, knouaced that classes fort and partially blind children it .in m pablic schools this Greater Miami Sectioo of the al Council of Jewish Women ents Of The Blind, a yeare Animation here, lure been ii toward this goal. lously. blind children studI the state-endowed school in justine. Under the new pro[children will attend public and. as the result of a plan [Mrs Sutter describes as "a itive form of t each ing." they fctend classes apart from or' kiidren who have full vision. icil. which had offered to! salary of a special teacher blind to demonstrate the tr will concentrate on pro-oney for necessary costly ol to augment the new pro-' The organization instituted \ \ rogram for deaf preb-ea a few years ago. ng what could be done 1 youngsters. The luently incorporated! i into its regular cur-' Sutter united Coun•ame thing for the a and a year has been %  the possibilities. the blind will include through high school-age Consultant senriees for -school age child and his I be available. The will work from Miramar tary School First and secde classes will be at South larj School; third and Miramar fifth and sixth. I and seventh through | obert E Lee. IwiO be made to integrate from 10th through the ides in the nearest high Mrs Sutter said. To date blind child of high school applied for Fall registre|Dacle Counry*i schools. are two teachers who will liable to put the program tplained Mrs. Sutter. The teacher is Miss EMU no is now getting special at the Peabody School. The braille teacher k Mrs. Tscboepp. former braille at Michigan State School Blind )ade County Board of Pubuction will provide funds [ teachers, housing, standard ect such as desks and guidance. —"— BJJ and ation. Special eoudpeaent provided by NGJW iacsades books, braille ty pcu iit e is slates and stylus, braille braille textbooks and play ent for blind pre-achool Idiuon to the National Counlewish Women and the paroup. there hare been other i involved in getting the ttonal step activated. They Florida Council for the and the American Founda^r the Blind. Inc.. Now York, - guide the project The | deluded member s from Public Health Department. "unty Board of Public hv< i and Parents of the Blind IAMI TOP OIL CO. Wholesale ami Retail Rough or Pulverise* Grade A. Soli Phoae4-tm EDWARD ALPEH M S. W. 21st Terrace w OU GUARANTEED ^pOM*|n *S*^v Slit •abba feasts*. IViakjeawvaky C45 Michigan Avenue Ms* {Bernard tJrgu/\ HE* • %  NOW PLAYING NIGHTLY AT 8:40—THRU SUNDAY, JULY 19th THE CASABLANCA PLAYERS" Present AWE (IF THE THIHIHAMI IIA1S Aa rising temperatures usher in the tropic a l season of the year. fcnnilies by the thousands are discovering that one of the most effective aids to cool summer refreshment is Manischewitz Borscht. served by the toll, frosty glassful as the perfect thirst-quenching drink, or by the brimming bowlful as a soothing, satisfying start to summer meals. Made to an exclusive Manischewitz recipe that brings out all the natural tang of tender young garden-fresh beets. Manischewitz Borscht is high in nourishment and low in calories—a combination of qualities well-calculated to put cool bliss into the most blistering day. Versatility, too, is an important asset of Manischewitz Borscht. As a fresh-up drink with a leisurely snack, it has no equal for flavor and lasting refreshment; served from a punchbowl nested in crushed ice. it has become a favorite party beverage. And as the prelude to a summer luncheon or dinner, when satisfying nourishment must be combined with coolness. Manischewitz Borscht can be prepared in literally dozens of ways. Recipes for many of these dishes, as well as summer menus, party ideas and snacktime sugeetions using Manischewitz Borscht. have all been gathered into a Manischewitz Borscht Recipe Booklet which may be obtained by writing to The B. Manischewitz Co.. Box 288. Jersey City. New Jersey. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORXS •r PMw Ma NAT GANS S-M.ll — UJM LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Kits* Ufa laa. C* At Your Neighborhood Food Fair BADE v. || GRADE -APRODUCIS V%  *'-4 ^ SERVING JJ|(^ GREATER MIAMI u CHILDREN NEED HoTTVooenLxed Vrtamtn "D" M* WS37 Tab h the highly sr — tk ttary • the iMttvl life .f •ad kk psesJaaaas nwaari with ANN! 1011711 All Prtftuioml Clll Oirtclll by Sun Mirieh


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%  I PAGE 12 <*W*htkridiW FRIDA Y, njJ Hauler Vamp Lists Xavanvies Registration ..t the Flagler-Gra nada Summer Day Camp is nearing a close for the second four-week period from July 20th to August 14th. it was announced this week. Waiting lists have developed among all boys over seven years of age. and only a few vacancies remain in the seven to eight yearold girls' group, the nine to 12year-old girls' group and for 5'2 to six-year-old boys and girls. In addition to a well rounded program of athletics, arts and crafts, music, story telling, group singing and other activities, the camp program features special %  events, including cook outs, trips, talent shows and a weekly Shabbat party. Name Jack Popick Member Chairman !" s. pres.cn,, ^ ,„„ B^ach-lsrae Z ,on 1 s,n,n^ ; H : n m| ^ ^ ^^ S k T^Sc? e tSKrl 0 p Committee w,. b. M-h AP chairman. Popick. who is originp| and Al Sherman ally from Newark. New Jersey, ha? resided in Miami Beach for the ggjjjg TJ nV eiling Ttt present on the Board of The ,.,„„ mmm* the Miami Beech Eichange Club to the memory of in•la u Aiun and is an active member of the Berks, formerl) 0 153 hast 8tn Miami Beach Taxpayers' AssociaCourt. wiU ta < V ace S n;-VJ t o Uon Popick has also been a mem19th, 1 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery. ber of the Miami Beach-Israel Zionwith Rabbi ""J^.fg?** is, District for the past four years Mr Berks Is "^ved b> hi.pur and has served in various capacients. Mr and Mr. Joy*iBerta )j( s and one brother. Samuel He was He is now making plans for an a veteran of World War II. Araetive membership drive during rangements are in charge of Thurthe summer months. Popick is mond Monument (ompany. P rends president of the Mechanics Overall'and relatives are asked to attend I>iii|l<* Sinai Men Bled Officers Newly elected president of the Temple Sinai Men's Hub. Hollywood Jewish Community Center. is George QuanfUM Other officers named at a recent meeting were Irving Thai, vice president; Al Peibua. secretary; and Irving Sternschein. treasurer. Board members include Jack Pollard. Dr. Alfred Geronemus and Nat C.rumet. Hanna Seneech Party Planned The Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah will hold a card party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesdaj evening. July 22nd, 8 p.m., according to Mrs. William Feuer, president. Kahn Headsxlj Chamber CornJ New chairman <* J Beach Chamber of ft ty Comma,ee „ Burton] In assuming his dm,,. • week said that ,he f u committee is cle.| gne(1 ^ understanding and comp the city's new traffic Leo J. Adeeb. chu nor, presided over the 1 organizational meeting the "great need for e effort in the field of %  — said "continued vigilant] to make Miami Btack place in the country." Co-chairman of the who will share its rest, with Kahn is Thomas ft PUTS A NEW SERVEL in YOUR HOME WORLD'S ONLY REFRIGERATOR THAT Makes Ice Cubes Without Trays -AND PUTS EM IN A BASKET AUTOMATICALLY! It's unheard-of! Just $ 1 puts the revolutionary new Servel right in your own kitchen for proof of superiority! You banish mess and bother of ice trays forever! No trays to fill, spill, or forget to refill! You'll be amazed the completely Automatic Ice-Maker is so small — so compact! Fits into one tiny corner of the big roomy freezer compartment! And only Servel has it! One dollar does it! Try it—test it—use it under your own kitrhen conditions! Put the amazing new Servel in your home for just $1—for proof of superiority! But do it nowl / W "x.l PWIIII l,.,h food*! JT CAauatt AUTOMATIC WUCT (t ^ w ,_. v^ p^.tur. t o „.. lomM aunn€ SSSZSl JT TtW-SAVU DOOB HANDUl-.Mil. — f „ a rg^ OPM Wfc„ both h.nd. „, lew ^* v riiu.i ^ 111 W U SHIIVII ...,| y mt MKto W L* N0 ,MM %  *MTM M* MM. ^p Jrt, bottl.,, p^k.,^1 ""* mm r^ .t your M twtl p,| aSSS.SJHHMi I^Vnuwuia b.Uocd COWI % % % % %  •tl a taM / -B *|aj: • S^fteaW •*3I fr> l *a) i UifH 00N.W.7rt.A„. M l mI tu^nZl



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LY 17. 1953 +Jewlsti fkrlcMan PAGE 13 %  ...? : t Architect's view of the new Sterling Hotel now being contracted on the Miami Beach oceanfront. '.siiiblishvH 'holarnhips I ball Wright, Coral Gab1 lit of the Florida Optociation, announced this |four new scholarships established for Florida tudents. ram covers a total of lition offered by the School of Optometry' FOA. [scholarships at $2,200 half scholarships at been established to Member, 1954, and Sepfor the awards may bn or women and must mm of two-year's prefcollege training to be [the four-year courses. |in in Miami, FOA of1 directors named Dr. nmni. Miami Shores, the scholarship corned to serve on the com )rs. Robert Grecnberg, Alvin Frey, Tampa; Jacksonville; WilDeland; Glynn Capps, Edward Johnson, Or Russel Young, Lai I Ro§nera Announce i tanstrucl ion Of The Sterling Hotel On Oeeanfront A new, million dollar luxury hotel, The Sterling, is being added to the growing skyline on Miami Beach. The six-story structure, consisting of 136 rooms and penthouse, is located at 6767 Collins Avenue, and will have 157 feet of ocean front. Being built for the Rosner Hotel Company by the Taylor Construction Company, of Miami, the hotel will have a large open glass lobby with a view from the street through to the ocean and pool area. Architect is Melvin Grossman, Miami Beach, who has designed the plans so that the seating in the lobby will be divided into conversation groups with arrangements of tropical plantings, carrying out the semi-tropical decor which is the decoration keynote. A large card room, with an adjacent television room and a cocktail lounge, will supplement the public area. The dining room, in which mirrors and fine grain wood will be used, overlooks the ocean and pel "The dining room is served by a specially designed kitchen planned to operate under strict dietary laws," David Rosner, president, says. A complete basement will contain utility area and a large bake shop in addition to recreation rooms for hotel employees. Each floor of the hotel will contain 34 rooms, with a solarium on the roof, air conditioning and a heating system designed to serve the entire building. Grossman's plans are for the new Rosner hotel to use a great deal of glass, both on the Collins Avenue side and at the oceanfront. Color will be introduced in brick stone and pre-cast concrete forms. A large swimming pool, cabanas and a glass-enclosed snack bar will front the ocean, and two shallow ramps will lead to the beach. The I/nd on wbioh The Sterling is being constructed has been leased for 99 years through Jack Wacher, of Lee & Williams Realtors. Morton Fellman is the structural engineer, and Sasnett Bennett is in charge of mechanical and electrical engineering services. Operator and managing director of The Sterling will be Rosner, veteran South Florida hotel man. J. N. Morris is secretary. Assisting in managing and operating the new establishment will be Rosner's wife, their son, Sam Rosner, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Slotnick. Prior to this venture, Rosner has, since 1933, operated the Biscayne Collins, Astor, Victor, Delmonico and Good Hotels. TV REPAIRS immt DIATI TtitvisioH snvicf NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS (3 far Call Phone CITY WIDE TV 83-12*8 KILL FLYING INSECTS ** REAL-KILL INSECT80MB r *f4tflLl | $147 ,: or CAN Schrager Drug Store 1001 W. Flakier St. Miami W* Deliver Pb. 2-0707 W> AlCOMMiNO RIAL KILL 'JN1YERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY JOHN UTTER ,£<£. Sunday Evening, July 19th, a O'Clock i. Helen Robert* and Richard Waiher GILBERT A SULLIVAN PROGRAM TICKET!: PW TabU %i, IS avao; Unrai. seat* 11 75e At U. of M. Svm. Office 17-4960. Miami Beach Auditorum 5-0477. ,8WK*rKW lt •1 %  %  wttfrt eoo ^ FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMI You just haven't tatted a really good frankfurttr until you taste these. Choica Western corn-ted beef, subtly seasoned te tantalizing goodnais. And the Salami is truly truly wonderful. Nothing matches the axquisHe, exeHed bouquat and flavor of salami that carries the proud Israel Kosher trade mark! I LOOK FOR THIS SIGN Demand ISRAEL KOSHER... Get What You Demand! Israel National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc 230 N.W. 5th STREET (fader fa* ssserWtie* af tsssJ MIAMI Phones 3-0721 — 3-4225 I. tackoviky sad the •raster Miami Vase* Nafcsssrafb I



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• jAiftiifccMBg PAGE 14 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Obituaries FLORA LEWIS MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER iriD hold FnC*** %  ices at 6:30 p.m Saturday mornin g m at 9 a.m. Daily IK in the chapel at 8 p.m. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER ning sendedicated to and preach on %  irday n the top. • %  ISRAELITE CENTER 6:30 ruing s*: I i dull The Temple be in ob• • TEMPLE ISRAEL : Miami will -ting. render : •:. :.' NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER Aiii hold Friday evening services at 3:15 pm An Oneg Shabbat will follow %  • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning serviceare at 8:30 a m. Mincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:45 a.m.. and at 6:45 p.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will bold Sabbath services Friday at 6 30 p.m.. with Rabbi Max M Land and assisted by Cantors David Bagiey and Rudolf E Bnll. Services will begin at 9 FUb' %  • .• %  ^., : r ;v.' t ear* 8UI <*£*• V-re fcr I i of %  iow will t> Sanbx The Ba at 6 pit. when t be the third chap en • REBECC* EPSTEIN X J MRSIOA STARK £.; • .terras: h .-tapel. T1UUIE (RAFFED MKVKR u-,-.Moera. died •*>•,. on and j.rrnrtent • %  try HeU<1 \-~ lull > -.. W %  M • • II of h. and Banjamln Ml m) Mm Ana* Watn.t, ln V.,*! Ma, md Mr. i*^ *2*L York Ctly. a krr.t.Bee i"! fel. Mllford. Conn^iJl.^S children and three •_:' dren X J %  : i. • Babta Iiix H -. -, .... b* %  Vjir.-. ar at 8s30 tx and P %  • :: T at 7-30 p.m Kinnoth ing will be at 8 30 SAMUEL TICKER MAX REISNER %  MUm I .. pa || nc llemaina %  lUW'l TEMPLE S.NA. .ill hold Friday .BENJAMIN MMUBL FWMT. %  8 30 p.m with : David Shapiro official in. • i i. J I Toledo. U. Ill %  ct of hi.discourse i* Who IThe True L The sermon will be dedicated to I,r and MrBernard Miloff on %  the occasion of the birth of their -on. Mark David. The Oneg Shab• MRS FANNIE MEVER bat w.ll be sponsored b> the Mil offs. • • • if loca Builders of Immortal Memorials for tbe NOW YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE M1LTO H"^.NAN.KY will hold hnday e\ening serviceat 6:45 p.m. Saturdav morning '' M „ ... ._, o.-,, „ w;„„u„ •'!!•! Burial took Brooklyn. wnneei are at 8 30 am Mmcha Mr (.•„,„.. .„,. a tawdry ialen. will be at 630 p.m. followed by mrviv. a\.d; \UTwill hold Fridav evening services raham, P at 6:45 p.m.. conducted by Oscar Weinstein. Saturday morning sen-• Hi •.. A nourishing Food... A Refreshing Drink* HARRY LEVY ami Itrai'h. ho rann re at 9 a.m.. when Kabbi Al::< %  1 Waxmfln will officiate and disihe Weekly Portion. Junior ices are under the >uper\i.-ion of MornNew mark at 10 am MmMaw I ehi will rw a! fi n m with a u>r cnu win r>e ai o p.m.. un a tr ir.on bv Rabbi VYaxman on KthicOf Our Father.. Shalos Seudos and £ Maanv will conclude the Sabbath with burrvanec Daily ire at %  %  M -• 7 a.m. Sunday morning services are slated for 8 a.m. BOTH from the very same Jar! tot il ... or drink ill T*il i wmmvr't molt vfioilt food* rldlj refreshing, deliclout, with tho noturol long of garden fr,s beeli and pvro homektlehtn ttoioningt. Swch a co-o-o-l drink ch o perfect HgM meal! HIGH in nowrithmenf IOW m calories! Try a for 'odor I TRC rUfMI till mil w*ca tea IT FMSIT-COLI • Wonl new e r i %  • i.,„ Mc .<.-,., i.r..M? Mff ,„,, ,.„ p §##H# th<)wi ... no. W.,i, i, MANISCHfrViri. io. Ml, "erser C.lf. H. I MANISCHEWIIZ borscht T*. t,mbol it reer fSjMBMH of ( STRKTIST KASeWUTN AND MR OUAUTVI THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMTE (1140 on dial) rVifh Variawi Ftafitrei ProWucee) ant Orrecttd fey SUNRAYHARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM •OS KIT. OMVALUCcna urn orwiDc uiu %  •"• ••• ea*a*e> •!• aw te'-cou Ask about our Save for-Success Plan Industrial SAVINGS BANK 44 W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD LABESS, LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH ^, t YJeatth and fo ( V^ I A ^l* -T% r% HOTEL V JACK TAR HOTEL ir ih -•rnrf* and BATHS here ih.i M.,il„, >,„„ Ur~*. her people .hen litre cats* far r. r ""j-""!.^ h A ,,nri W •••'•I i aW I. Ike MtMal —• .1. aenierf from cr.l,, ana miuUua, aerf .|v,. s ae*| ciimte. rrlaaeliexi. HOT SPRINGS HATIOHAL PA1K. m ARKANSAS rO0 haolfh'earf aappiatii h Mr b.iia.u Vonee rn. ih. nrr .M, Hmmrr TEUPMONI HOT SPRINGS SIMON UIDIH so3 s.w. 171. *, fc -HI mmi climWu.,. hilTina: e rielma "••" ifce" %  %  aiw H aaa IraiK lo neaia* boalin, lr. MM gmU, ar a eiaaplT •Il aad Hek up tuiiekiae. YOLR CHOICE. Haul % % %  il, Laaavtaewir *•"] ni.a,H Mild I hr. Majatra AppoinlaaeaU. Haw Apartment.. W.ll. kitrhenrllr.. let ae kaiM' %  ih bald Hoaee, halite, aiu anel eapor aallajar. %  Baaan, reelmi r ee an anel iana,T • • mu*tn %  %  •.l...daal H>h|>le. Catena aeluaa fanteabu>*>' %  •• roaa, fr (aaaataai ItNiailllMII *"• ^riurnt lo aallea. K.M.B,, ., I.. t |) Mr tlar per p i n ap (4aaWe oecuaaae,) arvel Aaaeriraa PUa <-*"*5t %  tral.) aa law a* per da. per peraen (aoaUe a ai apaa r y) Of 4200 rlaaeaa $gso 58Ste*-... -;



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JULY 17, 1953 > JewistifhrkM an PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE _)ICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO |E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN *Y No. 1HM3 RviKNER, Plaintiff, n WIENER, Defendant. ti: OF l'l'HUCATION ritl'KE WIENER, 178 E. Street. Brooklyn, New York [KE HKRKHT NOT 11-I El' %  ll of Complaint for Divorce | filed against you and you led to serve a copy of your n the Plaintiff's attorney and jnglnal Answer In the office |rk of the Circuit Court on or i 3rd day of August, 1903: judgment by default will be limit you for the relief debi the Hill of Complain;. [AND ORDERED at Miami, TthlH 1st day of July, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By V. B. MacLARBN, I >,-11aiv Clerk (seal) J J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. If.. Plaintiff lii Road, Miami Beach, Fla. H ;E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that |yixiu- |E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jlgned, desiring to engage In Iiiiler the fictitious name of lit & C.RILL, at 3598 8.W. Miami, Intend to register with the Clerk of the Clr, of Dade County. Florida. Ill A MARIE VENTOLORA li> BCHUatAN Own*-! | KKSSI.ER r Applicants Ave. •lu-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30448-B In Re: ESTATE OF EDWIN L. KIX, 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 EDWIN L. RIX, deceased late of Dada County, Plorlda, to the Honorable County Judgea of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereor. 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 July 11, A.D. 1963. MICHAEL M. I8ENBERC, As Administrator Cl'M TE8TAMENTO ANNEXO of the estate of EDWIN L. RIX, Deceased. MICHAEL M. ISENBERG Attorney for Administrator Cum Testament.. Annex.. 1407 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla. 7/17-14-J1 — 8/7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN ANO "FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180*13 BERTHA ELIZABETH O'DONNELL Plaintiff, va. EDWARD JOHN O'DONNELL l>efendant. TO: EDWARD JOHN O'DONNELL 68-42 Gray Street, Middle Village Long Island, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the BUI of Complaint for Dlvoroe on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th day of Auguat, 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 day of July, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By: M. C. GREEN (Circuit Court Real) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 7/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under .the fictitious name of NILON EXTERMINATORS, at 1(13 ALTON ROAD, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES TAIBL Sole Owner LEONARD KALI8H Attorney for Applicant 1001 DuPont Bldg. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT LAW. No. 2S94S ALAN VP.ifZEK, Plaintiff, V* ,'k J. ARTHI'R HlRSCfl. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: J ARTHI'R llll'.si II, mil Bay Drive, Miami Beach, Florida '.in ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Common Law action has been filed against you in the circuit Court for Dade County, Florida by ALAN VENZER and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleadings to the Complaint upon the Plaintiff H attorney, GEORGE J. TALIANoF'l'. whose address Is 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, .Florida, and file the original Answer or pleadings In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Miami, Florida, on or before the 17th day of Auguat, 1953: otherwise, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. Dated this 14th day of July, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: B. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk (Seal) GEORGE J. TAUANOFF, ESQ. Attorne.v for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ItTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161108 CARLYN RING DUBIN, Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE DL'BIN. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: THEODORE DUBIN, 60 E. I'.fitll Stle.t. New York City, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original Answer In the office of tb, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious Bftnfs of MECHANICS TOOL *l'PP-LY-CW., at 4812 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JULKW WERNER NATALIE WERNER 7/3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30819-B In Re: ESTATE Of MICHAEL HELLER. DeceasW 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 MICHAEL HELLER, deceased late of Dads County, Florida, to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLINO. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to ooataln the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June 20. A.D. 1953. LEA H. I1ELLEB, As administratrix of the Saute of MICHAEL HELLER, Deceased. KOVNER A MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Administratrix 7/8-10-17-24 business under the fictitious name of ; Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or beL A F LUNCHEONETTE, at 20481 fore the 17th day of August. 1953; UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that rood, desiring to engage In i.l.i the fictitious name of GINS K IN UK MFC. Co. at 8211 Blue Drive, Miami, to register said name with the circuit Court of Dade .l.i FRANK W HODGINS ItHIIAltD F. KCNDE KKS8LER lr Applicant* Id Ave. flO-17 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that liiiii. -.1, desiring to engage In '• i the fictitious name ..f I MEN'S WEAl: Miami Beach. Florida. T said name with the the Circuit Court of Dade !•-. dig, IRWIN ALPER w.VETTE ALPER CHERTKOF, ESQ. -17 tE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBT GIVEN that ilgned, desiring to engage In tinder the fictitious nume of 11'WARE, at 3667-3688 West M ami, Fla.. Intend to tld name with the Clerk of ll Court of Dado County, ERNEST R08COE KIAIRENCE ROSCOE Sole owners J. RANI) [ for Applicant npla Building /3-10-17 :E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that ( %  signed, desiring to engage in [under the fictitious name of T.EANERS AND LAI'NDER658 8.W. 26th Are.. Miami. ends to register said name Clerk of the Circuit Court [ County, Florida. ROBERT BROWN 'ABBR for Applicant ess Building ,3-10-17 :E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW p IS HEREBY GIVEN that .-d, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of CLEANERS A LATIN, at 3063 8.W. 16th Terr.. rl-i intends to register said |lth the Clerk of the Circuit Dade County. Florida. KMANCEL BE1TLIN FABER >r Applicant Building E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY GIVEN that %  d. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of A FRENCH, at Miami Beach. |nd to register said name with 8 "f the Circuit Court of Dade ETHEL CARNEY LILLIAN FRUMKES •1S-V7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 180776 FRED GIBSON, Plaintiff, va. 1.EI.A WILLIAMS, and If married. .,' her husband. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO: LELA WILLIAMS. If living, and If married, W ILLIAMS, her husband, whose residences are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by. through, 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 ALSO aa to each of the above named defendant individuals. If they be deceased, then all 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 have any right, title or Interest in the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being in Dade County, Florida, andmore particularly described as follows: Lota 19 and 20, MIDWAY, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Boiik :t. at Page 177. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ane herein 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 hereInabove described. N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LUCILLE 8TRAKELE KES8LER A GARS Attorneys for Applicant 4 8.W. 22nd Ave. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned^ desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RACK SUPER SERVICE, at 467 West Flagler Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAY BERRIN WALTER KAYE (Owners) 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAKE MASTERS BAKERY, at 5747 Bird Drive. Coral Gables, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN GOLDEN ISADOBE FOG EL. SHEINER & SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants 304 Roper Bldg., Miami 32, Fla. 7/17-84-31 — s/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIERF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORM1R TRUCKING COMPANY, at 200 Ludlum Drive, Miami Springs, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. MIRIAM HKRI.ANDS F'U>RENfE liL'DNICK Sole Owners MORTON M. BIEGFIL Attorney for Applicants 19 W. Flagler Street YOU ABE HEREBY ORDERED f, :•; T .i-m-i; ND RKyl'IRED to file your appearance In said suit on or before the 7th day of August. 1953. 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 Floridlan. a Newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, this lt day of July, 1953. E. B. I-EATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN. (Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESHEN Attorney for Plaintiff 888 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida t/3-10-17-34 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30384-B In Re: ESTATE OF' MEYER J. OLICK. also known aa M. J. OLICK. 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 vi.u. may have against the .-late of MEYER J. CLICK, also known as M. J. CLICK, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon W. F. BLANTON A FRANK B. DOWLINO. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight ah ndni month from the dste of the firstpublication hereof. Said claims ..r demands to contain the legal address of the claim.int and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date June 12th. A.D. 19..3. JACOB F'IKIIMAN EH1EL LESOWODER CHARLES LIPPOW As Administrators of-the Estate "f MEYER J. OLICK. a/k/a M. J. OLICK. Deceased. GEORGE CHFIRTKOF Attorney for Administrators 7/8-10-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT 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 Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH HYMAN. Sole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 7/10-17-24-81 otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken aa confessed against you. DATED this 13th day of July. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICE. JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk (Seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 180872 ESSIE WALKER, Plaintiff, VS. ROOSEVELT WALKER. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROOSEVELT WALKER, address unknown, You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has bean filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, BF:.N ESSEN. X23 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th day >f August. 1953. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. DONE and ORDERED ot Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of July. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. B) M. C. GREEN. i S.al %  Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN, B8Q Attorney for Piaiutiff >._•:', S,-> hold Building, Miami. Florida. 7/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARY-WILL AITS., at 1881-53-S5 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. VVol.KE MENDEIJEYS MIRIAM MENDEI.ZYS Owners WILLIAM I. BRENNER Attorney for Owners 7/10-17-84,-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 80TH I'KX I TRY MANUFACTURING CO., at 2411 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the ci,rk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RICHARD HAMILTON Sole Owner 7/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOMMY'S DECK BAR. at 617 Eth stieet, Miami Beach, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANCIS t'MBERTO CORP. A Florida Corp. ELI BREGER Attorney for Applicant 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 8/26 — 7/8-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30165-A In Re: KSTATK oF HARRY L. SI'IIEIKER. 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 HARRY L. SCHEIEER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said rlalma 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 18, A.D. 1888. JEANETTB ALTMAN Aa Flxecutrlx of the Last Will and Testament of HARRY L. 8CHEIFER. Deceased. BEN ESSEN. ESQ. Attorney for Executrix 7/3-10-17-84 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CANTOR PACKAGE AND CANTOR'S LIQUORS, at 2031 N.W. 12th Ave, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the 'Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM CANTOR, and ROSE CANTOR. His Wife Side owners MYERS. HKIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners 650 Se\l„,|i| Bldg. 6/19-26 — 7/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTON'S STF:AK. at 81S 8.W. 18th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MTER 8TILLERMAN Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Owner 650 Seybold Bldg. 7/10-17-2431 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180870 ROCIL1A RUSSF:LL, Plaintiff, STEPHEN J. RUSSELL. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: STEPHEN J Rl'KSKl.l.. 2106 North Miller Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. You, STEPHEN J RU88ELL, are hereby notified that a BUI 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 Con.ptalnt on the plaintiffs Attorney, BF.N ESSK.N. ESQ. 823 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer ,,r Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of or before the 10th day of August, 1913 If y>"/' 1 to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of < OHPJ22"This notice anal* be published on ,,-,, h wee1c for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN. DONE UD OBDERF:D at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of July. A.D. Xr 3 %  B LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. By M. C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk DEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff Ul Seybold Building. Miami. Florida 7 in-17-4-3 1 "TfTcduNTV JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24703 REESTATE i >E „ MA Rl.CS 1' '-'-"' r : JJ !KRT s SHAPIRO RERICK. SHAPIRO & FTUED Attorneys for Estate of Charles F. Reder By Samuel Fried 7/3-10-17-24 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th J-vwtah Floridlan BOlett* Tour l6Kjal BOOCS*. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
27Number 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
jncy Meet
discordant
WZO Aim
?ldmann Hits At
lurion Proposal
LLEM (JTA) The Jew-
has wound up a week-
ry meeting in Jerusalem
er both long-range theor-
tions such as the future
and functions of the
faist Organization and im-
Jay-to-day problems such
Btion, distribution of the
of the German repara-
and assisting in the up
f Israel's economy.
j end of the session, re
(decisions had been made
nediate problems, but a
heated debate on the Zi-
lanization's future had
ed by a decision to leave
ilution of the problem
thcoming meeting of the
tions Committee, su-
cy-making body of the
Dvement between world
The Actions Commit
eted to meet by the end
ig the session, in addi-
regular members of the
ere the presidents of all
parties in the United
lie proposals before the
Fere those of Dr. Nahum
favoring expansion of
fey by admission of a num-
outstanding non-Zionists
[aiding the cause of Israel,
' scheme proposed by Pre-
rid Ben Gurion to form ter-
[Zionist federations. A plan
by Joseph Sprinzak, of the
Cnesset, apparently intend
nplement the Premier's pro-
] called for permitting all
(purchasers and contributors
?li campaigns to participate
tions to the Zionist congress.
suggested limiting the
Continued on Pag* 5
Irving Edison (right), president of the National Jewish Welfare
Board, engages in discussion with Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles and Mrs. Dulles during the recent State Depart-
ment Assembly on American Foreign Policy held in Washing-
ton. US diplomatic relations were placed on the firing line by
many lop level spokesmen, including Mr. Dulles, Senator
Alexander Wiley (Bepublican-Wiscon3in) and Mutual Secur-
ity Administrator Harold E. Stassen.
Dulles Presents Joint
Proposal For Defense
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
this week told the Senate Appro-
priations Subcommittee on the Mu-
tual Security Program that it is
"essential for our security that
Arab-Israel tensions be lessened
and that the economy of the area
be strengthened and stabilized."
This came on the heels of his re-
cent pronouncements before the
State Department Assembly on
American Foreign Policy held here.
Mr. Dulles told the Senators that
"our basic problem in this vitally
important region is to improve the
attitude of the Moslem states to-
ward the Western democracies in-
cluding the United States, because
our prestige in the area has been
steadily declining since the war.'
In connection with the Arab-Is
rael area, Mr. Dulles said: "In or-
der to attain our objectives, we
must put greater emphasis on a
regional approach to the problems
of the area. For this reason, we
have prepared a 'single package'
program, designed to lay emphasis
on the need for the countries of
the region to cooperate with each
other and to marshal their resourc-
es collectively, whenever feasible."
The State Department, Mr. Dul-
les revealed, is requesting "a lim-
ited military assistance program"
for the Arab states and Israel. He
Continued on Page 5
Israel Foreign Office
Moves To Jerusalem
By the JTA
TEX AVIV The Israel Foreign Ministry moved from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem Sunday atid began functioning in the Israeli
capital on the following day, it was officially announced here. The
Foreign Ministry was the last major department of the government to
remain behind in Tel Aviv.
Formal notification of the move has been communicated to all
foreign missions in Israel. The official communique announcing the
transfer expressed the hope that eventually all foreign missions would
establish their quarters in the capital.
As for the Holy Places, the communication said that while the
Israel Government regards the problem of the Holy Places and the
location of the Foreign Ministry as entirely unrelated, it takes this
opportunity to reiterate its readiness to accept and cooperate in the
execution of any system of international supervision of the Holy Places
which the Cnited Nations might at any time find necessary and
practicable.
Observers here expressed the opinion that the Israel Government
had delayed the transfer for several months in the expectation that the
UN General Assembly might pass a resolution regularizing Jerusalem's
international position. Though there is a UN resolution on the books
calling for internationalization of the city the resolution has never been
implemented and in the view of the Israel and Jordan Governments,
confirmed by the UN Trusteeship Council, the resolution cannot be
implemented.
However, it was expected that the General Assembly would es-
tablish international supervision over the Holy Places in both parts
Continued on Page 5
* *
BULLETIN
In Washington, the Department 0f State said Tuesday that Israel
has no right to declare Jerusalem as its capital. It emphasized that
the United States does not plan to transfer its embassy from Tel Aviv
to Jerusalem. Such transfer, it pointed out, would be "inconsistent
with the United Nations resolution dealing with the international
nature of Jerusalem."
The British Government also informed the Government of Israel
ruesday that the British Embassy will not be moved from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem. In transmitting this information through its Ambassador in
Israel, the British Government said: Britain never recognized Israel's
sovereignty over Jerusalem, the moving of the Israel Foreign Office
from Tel Aviv is not likely to ease the tension in the Middle East and
the move is likely to prejudice future consideration of the status of
Jerusalem.
nators Fear Mutual Security
Aid May Keep Row Growing
|y MILTON FRIEDMAN
rish Telegraphic Agency
kSHINGTONWhile Israel is
ftrately seeking State Depart-
; intercession to stop Jordanian
tr raids, the Department is
ring to provide Jordan with
ional guns which might find
way into the hands of Arab
auders.
cretary of State John Foster
es returned from the Near
with a defeatist attitude to-
Arab-Israel peace. Not only
there no prospect for a peace
ly but Jordan had intensified
ed assaults against the Israel
tier area. The State Depart-
decided that since peace was
[in sight, Arab-Israel coopera-
I against Communism was also
[in sight. So the Department
eded with separate arrange-
ts with individual Arab states
[Israel to provide munitions to
igthen the area against Com-
ism."
Department re-affirmed the
tite agreement of 1950, as an
assurance against renewed Arab-Is-
rael warfare and said that states
receiving arms must promise not
to use them against each other.
Mr. Dulles suggested in his speech
of June 1st, that the Arabs hate
Zionism worse than Communism.
How can the State Department be
sure the guns given to the Arabs
will only be fired at Communists?
How will the Department control
the Arabs' use of weapons when it
is seemingly unable to influence
the South Korean Army which is
actually part of a joint command
headed by US military officers?
If there is no Arab-Israel settle-
ment, a flow of war supplies into
I the area may jeopardize the pres-
jent delicate equilibrium and bring
renewed hostilities. The Arabs have
shown no inclination toward peace.
They are intensifying economic
warfare in addition to increasing
provocative border raids.
Senator H. Alexander Smith, of
New Jersey, is puzzled by the De-
partment's approach to this situa-
tion. He said durnj a MSA hear-
ing of the State Foreign Relations
Committee that he was at a loss to
know "how we can help arm the
Arab states and Israel without arm-
ing them for their own row be-
tween themselves." He asked, "How
are you going to prevent them from
jumping on each other when you
help them to arm? Of course, he
said, they would agree to guaran-
tees. But, he pointed out, "You
would not expect them to put aside
weapons and keep them inactive
when shooting began."
The American Zionist Council,
meanwhile, issued a statement
warning that the defense of the
Near East would be imperiled if
arms were now made available to
the Arabs. The Council took note
of the continuing refusal of the
Arab states to make peace with Is-
rael, their blockade and boycott
and the recent belligerent declara-
tion of Arab leaders opposing any
kind of settlement. A constructive
suggestion was made by the Coun-
cil that military assistance to the
Continued en Page 5
leM AM* HUM Silvtr
. commends President
Karl Eichmann Seen
With Ex-Grand Mufti
FRANKFURT (JTA) Karl
Eichmann, the notorious Palestine-
born German who directed the ex-
termination of Jews in Germany,
Austria. Czechoslovakia, Poland
and Hungary under the Nazi re-
gime, is now somewhere in the
Middle East, a companion of the
ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, according
to a report published in the press
here.
the report quotes a German en-
gineer as stating that he saw Eich-
mann clambering out, together
with the ex-Mufti, of a derailed
Pullman car of the Damascus-
Baghdad express last November.
I Rabbi Silver
Meets Ike
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rabbi
Abba Hillel Silver this week called
on President Eisenhower at the
White House and discussed with
the President Arab-Israel peace
prospects and civil rights prob-
lems.
Following his talk with the Pres-
ident, Rabbi Silver told newsmen
that he had come away with the
feeling that Israel and the Arab
states may have confidence that
the President "will be constructive
and helpful to all concerned." The
President, Dr. Silver added, was
interested in the advancement of
peace between Israel and the Arab
states and had the interest of both
parties at heart.
Dr. Silver, who revealed that he
had commended the President on
his Dartmouth speech denouncing
"book burning," expressed disap-
proval of Congressional investiga-
tion of the nation's clergymen. He
said he felt that political freedom
is derived from religious freedom
and that indirect action to inhibit
clergymen from speaking as their
basic religious tenets prompt them,
"will in the long run hurt democ-
racy."
The President, Dr. Silver said,
appeared determined to work for
freedom and peace abroad and al-
so "for true freedom for classic
and unintimidated American liber-
ties" at home. Dr. Silver said the
President outlined his philosophy
on the matters discussed.



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JSgAYjDlYl
Mrs. Faske Is
First Woman In
High Legal Post
Governor Dan McC'arty Tuesday
I anad three aides to State Attor-
oej George A. Brautigam Dade
' our.ty was given the first woman
-ant state attorney in Florida's
ry when he appointed Mrs
Adele Segall Faske. former
-,t county solicitor, as one of the
idea
Others named include George L
Hollahan. Jr.. former South Miami
municipal judge: and Hughlan
Long. 38. who last month received
W degree from the University
: Miami.
Mrs. Faske. who practices law
i nder her maiden name. live? with
er husband and twin sons at 535
NE 51st Street For two years, she
uriftaat county solicitor on
the -taff of Robert R. Taylor and
-pecialized in cases involving fam-
i.y relations and abandonment
Mrs. Faske was largely instru
mental in setting into motion a
campaign for adoption of the
reciprocal support act involving
runaway fathers Because the new-
law, passed daring :
1 jture. places enforcement of the
. ct in the state attorney's office.
Governor McOarty ^aid that Mrs
Faske would handle cases involving
iependent children.
GMJCC Adult Group
PIom Cabaret Night
The Adult Social Group ai the.
Greater Miami Jewish Community
("enter. Town Branch, is planning
a cabaret night for July 18th. at
8 30 pm.
Dancing under the stars on the
patio of the Center to the music
of recorded name bands and head-
line entertainment starring Bosha
Tepper will be featured.
Mac Wyden is committee chair-
man Members of the committee
are Charlotte Spiro. Stanley Roae|
and Zelda Rose.___________________
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final arrangements for the presentation ai the hist Good
Samaritan Award, given by the Variety Club Tent No. 33
annually are being made in photo above. The Award was
presented (or the first time on June 28th. at a testimonial
dinner at the Saxony Hotel. Left to right are George Hoover.
First International Assistant Chief Barker of the Variety Club.
and Marurey L. Ashmann, chairman of the Committee on Ar-
rangements. Standing aie Eddie Melniker. Chief Barker. Lo-
cal Tent No. 33, and Hal D. Kopplin. member of the Com-
mittee on Arrangements.
Innior ll.-iil.-iss.-ih
Sots Swiiii-D.-tiHf
Elaine Wolfson. president of the
Miami Unit of Junior Hada--ah
nnounced this week that her
.roup will hold a swim-dance on
Sunday, July 19th. 9 p.m.. at the
Flondian Hotel.
Elaine Schwartzman. fund rai-
chainnan, said that all pro-
will be used for Junior Ha-
s joint Israeli projects
Members of the unit on the com-
for the affair include Hi .
Bochner, Ona Kaplan Dolores
and Ruthe Dixon
Masada Melon Party
Masada Miami Beach Young
Women's Clubs Join
TV Show At Algiers
Many women's clubs and organ-
have been added to the
''iul' will be hosts West Miami Plans Building
atermelon party on Saturday Plan- are now being formulated -=
'< p.m., at the home of
I Mrs. Kenneth Oka. 2801
Mrs \rthur Coh-
'hairman of the Social Com-
r:-l Ira Joseph, Co-chair-
will be in char
Iding-
D and

rmulated
for the erection of a new recrea-
tion hall at the West Miami Jew-
ish Center, according to an an
nouncement Ihis week by Harp.
Klein, chairman of the Building
mittee Klein said here that
i cial building fund has been
set up and will be functioning be-
the High Holy I).,;,.
B'nai B'rith Women Bowl
The Miami Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women are bowling every
Monday evening at the Brunswick
izations have been added to the Alley according to Annette Coul-
weekly audiences joining the new',.,n and Evelyn Merkin. in charge
Holiday for Housewives television 0f the affair.
-how every Monday at 1 p.m.. from |_______'____________________
the Algiers Hotel.
Format for the program includes
appearances of different
club members appearing each time
Special contests pave the way for
gifts and prize trip- to Nassau
Among newly added groups to
the weekly ro.ter are the North
shore Jewish Center Sisterhood,
Free Son- of Israel, West Miami
Jewish (enter and Pythian Sisters
of Roosevelt Temple No. 33.
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persit

id Bust Of
Irnold Volpe
(veiled Here
fg the memory of Arnold
under of the University
[Symphony Orchestra, Mr.
Albert Pick, of Miami
week presented the U
a cast-stone bust of the
bremonies in the entrance
the Merrick Building
[ Thursday at 10 a.m., the
of Dr. Volpe's birth,
brn July 9. 1869, in Kov-
I, and died here February
fter a career that made
fatory.
[by the Miami sculptress,
|>rwin, the bust is larger
bze and is mounted on a
lUntil the university can
lilding for its School of
bust will be displayed
rick Building entrance,
made the presentation,
Franklin Williams, U
president, expressed the
ititude for the gift. John
of the School of Music
ttr of the U of M Sym
tiestra, paid tribute to
tor whom he succeeded
of Dr. Volpe's death.
P> Kaplan. Rabbi Emeri-
uplc Israel and former
Philosophy at the uni-
livered the invocation.
via, the sculptress,
bling the bust, had the
pelvic of Dr. Volpe's
Marie Volpe, to guide
king the likeness.
avid Men
arbeeue
e membership party
at the home of Nate
uth Miami Avenue, by
the Beth David Syna-
Club on Thursday eve-
rd, 8 p.m.
have been sent out
persons in the area.
hip social will include
nt and barbecue re-
The entire affair is
ing to Liss.
the host will be Mur-
Sherman Tobin, Neal
d Morton Perry.
Old Fashioned Square Dance
The North Shore Lodge and
Chapter of B'nai B'rith announces
an old fashioned square dance
slated for the North Shore Jewish
Center on Saturday, July 25th, at
9 p.m.
Elected To Board
Cantor Jacob Bornstein, of Tem-
ple Israel, has returned from a
cantors' conference in New York
City, where he was elected to the
! National Board of Trustees of the
American Conference of Certified
Cantors.
0nlBi
Miami Beach Poet No. 330 of the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States is currently completing plans for a membership
drive. Shown above (left to right) are Sam Rivkind, Fred
Barad and Dan Neal Heller mapping out the campaign. Riv-
kind is honorary chairman of the Membership Committee and
a past national vice commander of the New England Region.
He is also a former member of the National Emergency Execu-
tive Council and a former chairman of the JWV Massachu-
setts Speakers Bureau. Barad is Post No. 330's junior vice
commander and membership chairman. Fluent in seven for- j
eign languages, he served as an interpreter during World
War II. Serving as co-chairman of the drive is Heller, im-
mediate past commander of the Post and senior vice com-
mander of the Department of Florida. Current post com-
mander is Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro.
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ill be a Board meeting
iami Zionist District on
vening, July 20th, 8:15
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ng the agenda, it is an-
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in New York City during
15 Dado Students
To Enter Miami
Medleal School
The University of Miami this
week announced the acceptance of
41 students into its freshman class
starting in September. y-
Dr. Homer F. Marsh, acting dean,
said here that all the students are
from the state of Florida. It was
also learned that 13 of them are
residents of Dade County.
Among the students of the Great-
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Kandel, 145 Jefferson Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach; Joan Louise Osheroff,
2485 Meridian Avenue, Miami
Beach; Fred Eugene Park, 919
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach.
Arthur Radin, 3144 SW 26th
Street, Miami; Bruce Saul Steir,
1007 Meridian Avenue, Miami
, Beach; Nardo Zaiac, 1130 Collins
! Avenue, Miami Beach; and Aaron
H. Zimmerman, 1751 SW 7th
I Street, Miami.
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world relxjie
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ec by the Arab League boi been "'.V trouble
torn. Pi
hand dM the
OOntrOVef*] DOM ::::.: between MTCMJ I
toe mien Arah -v.-.
ee i%^ /. a n lot fea Jewieh
>bJem connn-es
la re.-.-.-.-..-, for Ac Ami ''
ravering United Nations ce-
red toward the internanoaa}-
,zr.',:. 5 '"
. of .;.:/.:.-; the three
orreligioi Bat it appears tc
intetnationnlttaticii would never allay
Bead Moeleni anxiety which ii the miitenm of
a lee ..-. Stale
So long at Arab leader: -.-...-: ..se :.<: r.-...-
City cm as taetnunenf further to foment the
Israel-Arab rift, they continued to do so. If the
Jewish move to Jerusalem destroys this poss:-
bility they eill seelc other such instruments.
Isrcei's wiDingneei to doom to terms with
the Moslems c.-.d the i on the matter
of holy places '.-.rough UN action apparently
finds more favor, although hardly any agree-
'':' .-;.'. :.': '-'-;.-.-.- :.-._-. we 'fee],
spw.es weil for the belief that the Moslem spir-
itual claim to Jerusalem has been justifiably
set aside and recognized as a propagar.distic
mask for more essential political motives.
The placing of Israel's seat of government
in Jerusalem was Inevitable. For over two
iboueand yean, the Holy City has been a sym-
bol of an ultimate Great Return. For Jewry
". bars fallen before intimidation and swerved
from its purpose would bam wrought only par-
tial fulfillment to the Zionist dream.
MMjeiiuUrv-**. .
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THE BIG LIE
Zionism's Future
The tutare of the ZfanJal Organization of
America, as well as of D wrnam other Zionist
groups throughout the world, is being carefully
considered during the deliberations of the Jew-
ish Agency now going on m Jerusalem.
For a long time, Dr. Nahum Goldmann has
advocated expanding the Jewish Agency to
include non-Zionist opinion as a means of
lengthening world support of the new State
o. Israel. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
in addressing sessions of the Agency, proposed
the formation of Zionist federations Into which
all persons who support Israel could be or-
ganized.
Alternative suggestions were made bv
foeaker of the Israeli Parliament Joseph
Spnr.zak who viewed the future of the Zionbt
movement as a cultural and spiritual Lnstru-
rewrite. W"V< behind new
Whatever conclusions are finally reached in
Jerusa c-m. it 18 to be hoped that a strengthened
Zionist ideal will be the result. HardlO to^e
expected is the emergence of any 1Dec5ir 5
univer8aI]y ac ^ ^^ ^c and
Habbi Irving MiDer, president of the Zionist
Organization of America, has already voiced
hi. opposition to Mr. Sprinzak's views on the
matter. In addition. Zionist group, in eIom
have expre88ed thejr distaste^veMhe facf SS
But The6 n tl'nte? ^ ,erUM,em "*S
But ,he outlook for some consolidation of
SSbS0""1 lde0l9y mU8t ***Ml "I
A Tough Job
United Nations truce supervisor Vagn Ber.-
r.ike this week received his baptism under hre
and recognizes that the job he inherited from
William Riley, who held the post for five years
until his retirement last month, will be no easy
one.
The UN Mixed Armistice Commission finally
succeeded m br.nging together top level mili-
tary leaders from Israel and Jordan to discuss
future measures in the matter of preventing in-
filtration of Jewish territory by bands horn Jor-
dan. Brigadier General Mardecai Makleff.
Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army of Defense,
apparently welcomed Jordan General Enab
Radi el Adam's promise that his government
was determined to halt further border incidents.
If Bennike felt any elation over his rapid
success in office, it was rapidly dispelled when
two Israeli soldiers were killed and a third
wounded by Arab marauders in the Judean
Hills Friday. We think that the UN truce super-
visor hit it squarely on the head when he cen-
sured the Jordan Government by saying that
unless practical measures are taken to imple-
ment the current top level discussions all dec-
larations become "empty words."
We certainly hope that General Bennike will
have greater success in his post than did his
predecessor. General Riley was a capable
man. and his talents went a long way toward
keeping at a minimum the number and inten-
sify of skirmishes between Israelis and Arabs
at critical border points. But General Bennike
ti ST 7 Qnd ,alen' are "cient to
stem the petulence of the Arab League leaders
2S to1,,;*learn thal lttael SS
Kahlii Silvor Returns
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver las. week met with
President Eisenhower at the White HousT to
discuss iues of state, b particula? h?
a vigorous Zionist leadeT he hL f' ^
ing the past few vem. i hosen dur"
seclusion RabhT sZ, 'emain ln rela,lve
well as his spiri uj and' nSES"! abll"y' as
Has made ^o^LTL^^ ^'^
o^den^Ernh^hwaThhe,had l **
liberation and respect?vZ ?'* Wi,h de-
be ha, perh ^ J^^JJ that
it America for his return t Zl0n"
"n in iu Programs anTthath^K ?t^a-
-o-ten the toys of deha'baSLtt
*0$T OttDtHAKV pfforti FIMO IT
can set taroesistcetl; wnbout M
uKuuisusey *"" **' wrtB niMMeti or autu r
a mac ak a proause to kss swicfeeor end fails to *-*p ^
foeace (JisturU him to the eedM wncte he is forced to
tendinx ducorafort axamM the *alue of the
often aukes hu prwee team if he
In matters of boead lew. the
njyd code of practical hoeesty that
steal sad that Mmes to luatpatte lefa) ,
to beuu subjected to sort and ccemctJoa. Bet thi. ^ ^
jUa moralrtj apparently does aet apply to mterri':naj
bi. that are la a ^p>e corporate anhiiaaili. insbt opoa ~
their parti; jiar perouaIit*e" threage) what to popolarrt
tnotism" sad emphasise the.r ethical practices with hist
achiewnewt wnttea in fairy tale anaarr
-rthelev. these corporate indnidoals assnife--
rea' characteristics of haasen behavior They feel no ?
Tiorality u (overeed eery by what is *"
-hich are akin to the relationship
rsoo and his aetojhbor. run the gamut from blatant
'i outraseows breeches of agree sac ut The la'ter av
d uith impunit) because most nations are the sarr.. Tkeyi
xmg morality" accordiax to which they operate. aa|
pate finding it in others. Punishment for aVaeet I aero
ts therefore uacoeunoo except after major cateatropbe- \jxt
when the "particular personality" of a country its patriotaas
ale history has been outraged and subsequently \iBdaeall
- .- *rath
THE CURRENT EGYPTIAN hLOCKAOC of the Sufi Casal ij
-i rx.int The blockade was originally imposed in 1M.
breel and Ksypt. a member of the seven-nation Arab !rttrm. i
engaged in the War of Liberation, and it continued throvgamj
penod of the Armistice Agreement which was concluded < Fe
24. 1949 The blockade is still in effect despite a I'nited NatMss]
cur:t\ 'ouncil directive that it be terminated.
This Security Council directive is not essentially based on [
applied to the IN Nor does it specifically derive from the
Armistice Commission demand on August 29. 1MB, "that the
Government shall not interfere with the passage of goods to
through the Suez Canal" The United Nations insistence ttot
blockade be withdrawn is based on the oriental seeamr.. at tan
to global commerce and on the riiniiaMiwi granted to the French1
pagnie Iniverselle du Canal Maritime de Suet on Januar. 5 IK
This concession incorporated the doctrine that the Son
hould be open to all vessels of the world's nations at all tuses
test of the free and "international** status of the waterway i
during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870-71. Although French _
dominated the Suez (anal Company. the canal remained opea .
belligerents Thus, throughout the history ofdhe Suez lanal
the later period of its domination by the British Empire dowi el
present day, the doctrine of free navigation has been almost
to respected.
Th<- Contention Respecting the Free Navigation of the
Suez (anal, signed at Constantinople on October 29. 1888. legaU
the question of free and international'' status applied to the
French company concession Signing nations included Great __
France. German). Austria Hungary. Italy. Russia. Spain Turtej
tho Netherlands The intent of the convention was that. hik> I
mg part of Egypt, the Suez Canal should be extra-terntonalneti
it continues as the basic instrument governing the use of the csntl
our own day
Two of its most significant provisions are these a TV
Maritime Canal shall always be free and open in time of
time of peace to even vessel of commerce or of war wiuV'Jt _
oi nag. b The canal shall never be subjected to the exercise
right of blockade (Article 1.) In the face of this treats the (
traditional meaning to global commerce and iU "internatwnal-
,Trr,,anL '!e5p',e N dfm"*6% to the contrary. Egypt bei I
the blockade against Israeli shipping through the waterwa}
. a "RONCMAN. MOHAMID NAGUlB. is as ritrtoetij
attude toward Israel ,s are the other Arab leader* He it en
L[ lraf,Pntfd ,h' Jewish S^te "** cancerous frel
ne Middle hast Naguib has also called war against Israel I
rr./rrf K?Ktn,J mM,ure for ,h* P"^*" of crushing it. he son
regards blockade more highly effective. He maintains that the
Ene^neT 0** Rhode" rePt uspension of aet
alone and that Egypt s belligerent rights against Israel reman L.
atim^"," neJC"n nl> aru' 'nutlessiy on the matter of WJ
fir Dolnt T .Vh' T*1tie*' ,hw "und and apparent r-
nclud eh? wUi 'hr v,r"nm", belligerent rights" do sot -
Another "ft ,?e Pnnc,pl" ol tr~ navigation is, of coure.
Z t ?! a"''ve action by the armed force,, land, sea *~
*tncn. ns ,n8 M,nsIArt>n M^'tor. he ha. declared that Eflrptnt'
Wctions on uraell .h.PP,g ,M ^^^ to ^^n,
accounts 7""'!!! ^^^ affecU "" nations, as well r.rest w.
t.nmm, >U' rn"""n {t" he United Mete, for d*|
sentThi Zl"?^ T 0t toUI of tons of .h.ppitf **
"hem of ,hV t>P,Un wh,m *"'<" "". "> """""" Lt
helaun^w.0n"hU.ndrH m,,P ">"* fro" Mediterranean SjJ
an. as nvH m",CU| to them, be had descr.bed ttoJ-J
of "he worw Kblt ?nd ,ha Pot.on of the world and oi he *1
. ; ,rld whlch h "ong been guarded and called the l.felJ
(.ur:"" "'Plomary i, tnily unique in the annsh ofM-jg
Sue, Cntrove" nUnWt to "fra>in "rned over the outcome**k
break^Mm h. k ? "' Md ".nunerci^ beets but P" **^JI
Nau b ha" safd^^yh* >* breaker, in turn, flaunts his eroa5|
Power, 5X^3? Wi" tVtr iBCUr lhe ^^ (
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E.JULY 17. 1953
+Jewlst OcrkJktn
PAGE' 5
ill mm. Hi
SENATOR PAT M
A Jewith Floridian Newt Feature
shall Shapo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Shapo. 1600 SW 17th
land Harold Eisner, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Eisner, 987
i Street, are Miami Senior High School students who won this
eventh annual Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, debating contest.
lie third successive victory in the series for Miami High orators
(fourth time that they ran ahead to outpoint the other high
ere.
lapo-Eisner victory came
debating team from their
jl. Coached by Mrs. Jes-
iberlin, who teaches Eng-
debating, the duo were
winners in Miami over
rTV presentation during
ey discussed the subject:
That The McCarran-Wal-
I Should Be Repealed.
[and Eisner argued that
versial act should not be
[The two youths, who have
ids for many years, ex-
eir stand in these words:
ent immigration law cer-
|s some good in it, and
.admits that the old 1917
lined many more in-
lid that "the alternative
feCarran Act is the 1917
Tfor immigration or some-
e which could conceivably
H That's why we argued
Hlment and not repeal."
I who is a tall lad and
B?r his friend in somewhat
[fashion, chimed in: "We
ig to admit in a broad
'the McCarran Act needs
we would not let our
get away with the cry
(illation."
iple," explained Shapo,
fee next year's editor of
I High Times. "Immigra-
rith the human element.
{ration acts regulate the
^foreigners to the United
nine group is certainly
pay it is being discrimin-
member and coach Mrs.
softly reminded the
Jents about remarks writ-
lie Congressional Record
to Representative Fran-
business about 'protes-
ts' and 'crocodile tears.'
Is his way of arguing
the minority groups who
the act. Certainly, they
accent."
(they attacked the personal
ner said, "and not the act itself.
Our opponents used these argu-
ments against us. We pointed out
that they were not indictments but
presentments which would have to
be brought before a grand jury,
and such arguments were setting us
up as a grand jury."
Shapo clarified their position.
"You must understand that we are
not blind to the act's inequities,
but too many people have been
attacking it on improper grounds.
Like the 'ethnic origins' matter.
This is Section 222 of the McCar-
ran Walters Law which requires ev-
ery person applying for permission
to enter the United States to list
his ethnic classification."
Eisner pointed out that in the
Dictionary of Races and Creeds in
the 1917 act, the Jew is listed as
an ethnic group and is the only
religion so listed. "The McCarran
Act uses this dictionary, and on the
basis of this, the immigration law
has been called discriminatory."
The boys' victory took them to
Washington along with Mrs. Cham-
berlin where they met Senator Mc-
Carran and Representative Walters.
"The Nevada Senator is a most
gracious man," Mrs. Chamberlin
said.
"He's also cynically charming,"
Shapo added.
Miami High School students Marshall Shapo (left) and Harold
Eisner (second from right), winners of the Sholem Lodge de-
bating contest, meet United States Senator Pat McCarran in
his Washington offices to discuss the McCarran-Walters Im-
migration Act. Looking on is Mrs. Jessie Chamberlin, Miami
High English faculty member and debating coach, who helped
the boys through their victory and who has been instrumental
in bringing debating victory to the senior high school for the
fourth time since the Sholem Lodge contest was initiated
seven years ago.
Dulles Makes Single Package Proposal
On Security Relations In Near East
Continued from Page 1 Jtribution to our security."
said "it will contribute to internal i Dw|k, Pc,iey CrjtjeiM0.
security, will aid in promoting
plans for peace between the Arab) The Jewish War Veterans of the]tQ organize Jewish life separately
Report Discord At
Jewish Agency
~ Meet In Jerusalem
Continued from Page 1
j functions of the Zionist Organiza-
; tion to educational and cultural ac-
tivities.
While virtually all the members
' of the Agency favored some change
in the set-up of the Zionist Organ-
ization to meet changing condi-
tions, reports here indicated that
there was nowhere near unanimity
on the various proposals offered.
ZOA president Rabbi Irving Miller,
Past President Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann and Hadassah President Rose
Halprin all opposed both plans and
demanded the strengthening of the
Zionist Organization. M i z r a c h i
leaders Rabbi Max Kirshblum and
Leon Gellman and Mapam deputies
demanded that the prerogatives of
the Zionist Organization remain un-
touched.
Dr. Goldmann, who warned that
unless the Zionist Organization met
new conditions with a flexible pol-
icy the organization would be un-
able to fulfill its mission, opposed
the Ben Gurion-Sprinzak sugges-
tion for limiting the functions of
the organization to educational and
cultural activities. He said that
two organizations were needed, one
nations and Israel and will assist' United States made public here a
in establishing a regional defense
organization." He failed to explain
exactly how the shipment of arms
would promote "plans for peace
between the Arab nations and Is-
rael," but said the military pro-
gram "should make a significant
contribution to the achievement of
our basic objectives."
"Because of the nature of the
problems in this region, the pro-
Do you know what' gram must necessarily place great
McCarran said to us?
'You advocated the act.
He said: er emphasis on technical assistance
Well, it's | and economic aid," Mr. Dulles stat-
very good to advocate something.'
And in a letter to us he wrote
later: 'If more critics knew as
much about the act as you do, there
wouldn't be any critics.' "
"We were a little careful," they
explained. "We didn't discuss
what we felt ought to be amended
because we didn't think it could
do any good in such a short time."
Eisner explained that Represen-
tative Walters was more free in
his discussion of the many critics.
In particular, he referred to form-
er President Truman. "He was a
friend of mine," Walters said.
"How could he veto the bill?"
of the man who was co-',. There *" ** more human-
it the McCarran Act," Eis- ty _in Congress than the bickering
statement severely criticizing the
State Department for its "vacilla-
tion" in the Middle East and em-
phasizing that this policy is "ser-
iously prejudicing American pres-
tige."
in each country and one to handle
the purely Zionist tasks.
Summer Dances Scheduled
Dances for the Young Adult
Group began Sunday at the Beach
The JWV said that Secre- j Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
tary of State John Foster Dulles; jsn Community Center, 1536 Bay
came back from his trip to the | Road, and will continue throughout
Middle East "with a cautious, the Summer,
fence-straddling statement" which
indicated weakness in dealing with
basic problems in that part of the
world.
"It has been long standing Unit-
ed States policy." the statement
said, "to create a Near East de-
fense organization for the two-fold
_______LEGAL NOTICE_______
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161138
.I LAN li'iWIi, Plaintiff.
v.
CHAIUJE8 IIHNKY iKiwn, JR..
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES HENRY DOWD, JR.
13* Boydon Avenue.
Maplewood. New Jersey
You are required to nerve a copy "f
iounee New
nil j Firm
and Mrs. gadget-minded
f will welcome a new or-
tion formed recently in Mi-
ami t o market
ed. "The program calls for con-
tinuance at present levels of ex-
isting programs for technical as-
sistance, maintenance of programs purpose of achieving peace in that
for refugees, and special regional area and establishing an effective
economic assistance. We consider l force against Communism. Lack of | your Anawer'io the itui of Oowfislnt
open the Plaintiff's attorney, Mini-
TON ROTHENBEKO, 4L'n Unewh
Road, Miami llearh. Florida, and file,
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
August IT. 19.'>3; otherwise. Mid Bll
will be taken an confessed by you
Dated this 15th day of July, A.D.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JB.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk.
7/17-24-31 8/7
these programs, although relatively
small in dollar cost, to be vitally
important in terms of their con-
strength in implementing that pol-
icy has resulted in American fail-
ure in that area of the world.
and charges and counter charges
indicate. Before Congress over
rode the veto to support the bill, ]
Representative Walters decorated
his office with great, black mourn-
ing wreaths. "How could President
Truman do it," Representative Wal-'
ters kept saying, "when so many
MSA Continues Row
Continued from Page 1
region should be limited to instal-
lation such as airports, communica-
tions facilities and harbors. It urg-
ed establishment of a new link be-
tween the Mediterranean and Red
Seas across Southern Israel to pro-
vide an alternative route to the
Suez Canal should that channel be
blocked by military or political de-
velopments.
What the State Department
seems to have forgotten is that Is-
rael has taken a much stronger
and promote Xears
practical, labor -
saving gadgets,
products and hi-
ve nt ions that
make for greater
comfort and bet-
.er living.
Operating un-
Ider the name of
I New Product En-
terprises, at 213
eond Avenue, Miami, the new
will be headed by Solomon
, executive director and one
erica's advertising and ex-
tion experts.
am has marketed and ex-
numerous "name" products
are today a household by-
His promotion of the now
is Italian made Necchi sewing
inc. the golfer's sectional
far-To golf bag, the hanging
robe carrier, Val-A-Pak, and
test fashion luggage boon to
raers, Car-Sac, are but a few
successful products he pro-
bother one is an ingenious in
?r or a small or large manu
people slaved over it for so many
Shapo and Eisner laughed in
Israel Capitol Is
Moved This Week
Continued from Page 1
of the ritv and therebv indicate' ,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
oi tne city ana inereoy inaicaie. 11TH JUD,CIA|_ circuit in and
that its regard for the international
community's interest in Jerusalem
had been fully satisfied in that
manner.
It is understood that in its com-
munication to the foreign missions,
the government expressed its con-
viction that no useful purpose
would be served by the separation
of the Ministry from the main body
of the government and that the
Ministry would be unable to fully
I position against the Soviet Union
than has her Arab neighbors.
Arthur Z. Gardiner, politico-eco-
""" -T^TV T? !""""! nomic adviser of the Department's : JTT* "*J or before the" wth "day <
recollection But they were also Near ^^ ^ ^.discharge its normal functions un-, ,,. tne .,
happy that they brought the Shol-1 ferentja|, t0 Unk Zionism with'der such circumstances. The mes-
Communism recently in t*ttarl JlJ*2 *!* a^TLfflS
before the House Foreign Affairs
Committee. Mr. Gardiner said Is-
em Lodge trophy for debating to
Miami High as a permanent prize.
Their victory over their opponents
gave the school that privilege.
j that there is no case in modern his
itory where a Foreign Ministry has
Nation Plans Bond
Drive During High
Holy Day Services
NEW YORK Communities
throughout the nation are planning
special campaigns to obtain State
of Israel Bond subscriptions in
synagogues during the High Holy
Day services, it was announced this
week by the Israel Bond organiza-
tion.
The practice of obtaining sub-
scriptions for Israel Bonds in syna-
gogues during the High Holy Days
began with the inception of the
Israel Independence Bond Issue
two years ago and has become a
widely accepted custom all over
the country. Special tab cards are
provided in the synagogues, mak-
_er. New Product Enterprises j ing it possible for worshippers to
P* the workshop of dreams in | indicate the amount of Israel Bonds
ating unique products of they wish to purchase without vio-
from idea stage to national
tuition.
reel's argument that the Arab ref-|^!n *"JL*"" the other or"
ugees were a potential fifth column
represented "the party line."
Deprecating Israel farmers. Rep-
resentative Frances P. Bolton,
chairman of the Near Eastern Sub-
committee of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee, critized Is-
raelis for being "interested in bus-
iness.'* Mrs. Bolton ought to be an
authority on business. She is re-
putedly the richest member of Con-
gress. The Israel farm workers
have only their courage and deter-
mination.
Mrs. Bolton said "the orchards
were good where the Arabs owned
them. I was amazed because I had
been filled with the propaganda
that the people in my district had
given me that Arabs did not know
anything and could not farm." Ap-
proximately 25 percent of this Re-
publican's Cleveland district is
made up of persons of the Jewish
faith. They would like to know if
they are being accused of spread-
lati'ng the traditional injunction! ing the absurd allegations Mrs. Bol-
against writing on the Holy Days. I ton claims she was "filled with."
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1S1149
INDIA KOWANDA KI.KNK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALBERT FREDERICK KI.KNK.
Defendant..
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ALBERT FREDERICK KI.KMK
417 W. 120th Street
New York, New York
Y(C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and A"
are hereby required to aerve a copy
ol your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiffs attorney and to
file the original Answer in the office
f the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
of Ausust,
ons of s:ill
Bill of Complaint will be taken m
confessed against you.
DATED this 15th day of July. 19S...
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk (seal)
GEORGE J. TA1.IANOFF
gans Of a State. Attorney for Plaintiff
K is expected that the heads of, $JJfnc<"n *to'd' Miaml B"ch'
the Foreign Missions will hence- 7/17-24-21 /7
forth travel to Jerusalem whenev-
er they seek an interview with the
Foreign Minister or when they are
summoned by him. In a move to
indicate its desire to smooth over
the procedural difficulties, the Min-
istry is retaining a liaison office in
Tel Aviv for the time being. Also,
the research section of the Min-
istry, for which no space has yet
been found in Jerusalem, will re-
main here for the present.
The transfer of the Foreign Min-
istry was a foregone conclusion
since Jerusalem became the offi-
cial seat of the Israel Government
in December of 1949. On January
30, 1931, Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett announced in Parliament
that the transfer of his department
was merely a technical question.
On May 4, 1992, the Israel Govern-
ment formally announced its de-
cision to move the Ministry to the
capital.
IN TH COUNTf JUOO.fc.-S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30637-B
In p"' ^"fATie. <^F
ANGELES M1R6, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Clafrne or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are nereoy
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ANGELES MIRO, deceased
late of Dade Coonty, Florida, to the
Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING. County
Judge "f Dade County, and file the
same lo his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the flrat publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and present*''
as aforesaid, or same will be barred
See Section 120 of the 1931 Probate
Act.
Date July !. A.D. lo3.
RALPH H. MIRO,
As Executor of the I-ast Will
and testament of
ANOEIJCS MIRO, Deceased
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney for Estate of
Angeles Mlro
122 N.W. 12th Ave.
7/17-24-21 ,1/7








By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
None of the non-Zioni-1 leaders
he United States have a- Jfel
ten approached to join the Jew-
h Agency. U advocated by Dr.
;."ahum Goldmarji and other top
Zionist leaders. But they will be
. pproached soon after the Jewish.
Agency executive concludes its
n early in July. In
all probability, the BOO-Z
leaders will be invited to join the
Agency as individuals and not as
representatives of the organizations
hich they head They will be
roosted as members of the Ameri-
ca branch of the Jewish Agency,
nee no elections can formally
alee place until the next World
Zionist Congress Behind t h e
ment to attract non-Zionist
?aders to active participation in
he Jewish Agency, iies the fact
-at Israel's demands upon Ameri-
can Jewry are sure to inert
Hence. Dr. Goldmann. supported
other member- <>f the .'
: ej executive U the Z. :..-. movement mu-t
the problem :
in determ-
..tive prograrr
ler it
and in the interest
jve broader element-- of the
mmuty di-
ble for the t-xpendi-
n. of
sums uhich are being
: C .'-rail in the United
States. Especially since it
......
of party affiliation, are
med over the
ackening off oi the Zior.i-t move-
jntn These I
ire the feeling that the
h people i- not full
state and that the Z
ment m America ha? done lit-
dace l&4. to mobilize this
type of support. They also point
Jt that the United Jewish Appeal
maintained a status quo and
-at income from the Israel Bond
rive is on the downgrade, while
Israel's financial position is more
' ifficult today than even two years
ago.
They maintain that Israel's only
v-eapon against all kind of diffi-
culties internal as well as in the
;;eld of foreign affair- i- the
(Jewish people as a whole And
thev are not at all certain that the
leaders of the Zioni-t movement
can do the job alone The non-
Zionist leads in America ha.
the other hand, proven tl
very devoted to Israels interests
Dr. Goldmann and others who
ajy favor the enlargement of
the Jewish Agency see. therefore,
no reason why non-Zior.M> should
not be brought into the Agency's
executive in New York and thereby
increase American Jewry's respon-
-ibilities towards Israel The Zion
Htl will, of course, continue to be
the pace setters in promoting He-
brew education, stimulating Jewi-h
youth to go to Israel and other mat
ter- which are of basic importance
to the World Zionist movement.

The plenary seion of the Jew-
ish Agency executive in Jerusalem
early this month is. in addition
to dealing with the i>sue of invit
on Qoniata to joint the Agen-
-o considering the reorganiza-
tion of the American Zionist Coun-
cil. Dr Nahum Goldmann set
that the decisions with ra
gard to the reorganization of the
U mu-t be implemented. He
believe- that a reorcanizcd Council
may lead eventually to the merging
of all Zionist groups in the United
States into a territorial Zionist fed-
eration. Thi- -t-d a Ion.'
time ago by Premier David Ben
cated
by Eliahu Dobkin. head of thi or
department of th<- World
rcanization. at a c
meet;: N :'-. of lead)
the various American Zionist par-
Hr. Dobkin i 'I that the
parties -hould surrender their pre-
to the territorial federa-
md that the Zionist movement
should be structurally based on di-
rect personal affiliation He ex-
pressed the opinion that the en-
largement of the Jewish Att-ncy
and the reorganization of the Zion
isi movement must be considered
and undertaken simultaneously.
Opposing the idea of establishing
a Zionist territorial federation in
the United States are the Zionist
Organization of America and the
Hadassah However, they are sup-
porting the Jewish Agency request
that the American Zionist Council
take over some of the Agency's ac-
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St Hum. 87-20l
|j cAc I jflbmU in funeiai'teivice
'$'
->
v

A service thof leovet a
lasting remembrance
of beauty and reverence
and the utmost in
considerate attention at a
time when most needed
I
turtles on the American Zioimt
scene Some progress in thi- re
spect was made by tbe found last
month Important addition- I
(oUr *'ll soon b- an
nounced in connection wi'h in.
planned expansion of its act:.
Incidentally, acting n a Sewn*
ihe I'nited bra" '
Appeal i- allocating thi- year $"50.
000 to the Vizrachi Pale*tin. r'und.
$750 000 to tht (.eneral Zioni-t
Confederation. SlW.000 to the
Agudath Israel. $181,875 to the
Agudah Labor Party and MO 000 to
tht United Revisionist- Tht-* al-
location* are being made on the
basil of agreements that none of >
tbese organizations would conduct
separate campaigns for funds in
the United States. The fun i
: b) IbeM organiiatioo> mu-t
be spent on cn>tructive projects i
in Israel.
Differences oi opinion pn
among major Jewish organ:,
in thi- country with regard to I
ident r mow '
i !:r.i--ion of 240.K10 al-
ien- from Europe within iu*
outside of the immi luota
The Amer :-h ( omi
and .!
in immigration work testified in,
this week in fa\
this 11 But the American
: the
affiliated w::h the !
ommumty Relation- \
uncil refrained ir n
ing testimon) President 1
i proposal which ha- been
luced in ':. b) 18 Sen
I
Bill, is considered by the Ami i
Jewish Congress an unfortunate
piece of legislation Jewish
believe that I
dent Eisenhower's move human
hanan .- il is a |H.r -ub>ti-
tute for tht revishM of the Mr
Carran Walter Immigration Act
which all Jewish and liberal organ*
ization- in this country demand
They also ptunt out that the
Emergency Refugee Bill retain- an
"obnoxious racist concept'' as a
criterion for admissibilty. since it j
is built on the ethnic origin" prin |
ciples They emphasize the fact
that the proposed emergency legis-
lation gives no significant relief to
statelet.- Jewish refugees. Nor does
the bill do anything for refugees
who were eligible for admission to
the United States under the Dis-
placed Persons Act but whose right
of entry was lost because the Act
expired before they were admitted.
Other shortcomings of President
Eisenhower's request as embodied
in the Emergency Refugee Bill are
pointed out by the American Jew-
ish Congress which insists that the
refugee prooiem cannot be treated
separately from the question of a
fundamental revision of the Mc-
Carran immigration law.
YIDDISH CLASSICAL
HOUR
with
Tk. Deo. ef j,witfc Cessa-eatatsri
MORRIS NASATIR
n
-f

GORDON
FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
^'AM' MIAMI BEACH
O^hAV, ,333 DADE BIVDH
Ph. 3-3431 Ph 5.7677
t .
Will Return
Sunday. October 4th
with a
New Program
and
Two New Features
MJGUST BROS &
Mrs. Aaron Kannw. preeident oi the Greater Miami
National Council of Jewiah Women. Sam Hirsch. dh
the Casablanca Playere' production of The Rom Toe*]
Mrs. Irving Kobley. chairman of Council a dinner and i
party, are shown diacusaing pkxna tor the July 22nd ta
Proceeds from the affair will be ueed to purchase
equipment needed in the newly organized classes la I
school children to be begun by the Dade County Baoi]
Public Instruction in the FalL ctM
the
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17. 1953
+JewM>ncrA*ton
PAGE 7
1ST 23
nt was made this
by Aronovitz, presi-
llel Advisory Coun-
Kovner, chairman
Committee of the
Bel Foundation, that
[been let for the con-
i new $125,000 Hillel
Itnain campus of the
liami. The contract
. H. Popkin, general
liami. Norman Gill-
the architectural
fe of planning and
[architecture of the
enter.
jrouncement of Aron-
ft followed a recent
pisive planning by
lig and Construction
I represents, as well,
a four-year long-
the Hillel Advis-
the combined ef-
LEGAL NOTICE
Joseph Cherner (left), Washington, D.C., and Miami Beach
business and communal leader and a member of the Board
of Governors of the Israel Bond organization, discusses the
progress of Israel's industrial and agricultural development
with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. Mr. Chemer is touring
Israel to gather first-hand information on the young republic's
economic and political situation.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30506 B
In Re: ESTATE OK
LEK J. KI.I.IS. Dprrawd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All I'ersons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Again*! IdaM
Batata:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claim* and demand* which, you, or
cither of you, may have against the
estate of l,KK J. KI.I.IS. deceased late
of I>ade County. I-iorida, to the Hon.
County Judge* of Dade County, and
file the same In their office In the
I'oiinly <'oiirihn*c in I ":uli- County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the hereof. Saw! claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be *wom to and presented
an aforesaid, or name will be barred.
Hee Section 120 of the li33 ITobatc
Act.
Date July 14, All 1S53.
SARAH KI.I.IS
A* Kxeeutor of the l and Testament of
I.Ki: .1 KI.I.IS. f>ei-eased.
IIKIIICK. SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorneys for Kstate of lee J. Kills
7/17-24-31 S/7
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-v-'-v^-v-vj
Spend yaar vocation in the
Blue Ridge Mountains
The Horowitz
Kosher Inn
331 First Av... W.
Hendersonville, N.C.
3!tt StASOH
' Fine Kosher foods, prepared in the
American Style by expert cooks.
Write or phone (208 for reserva-
tions. All rooms with private and
f connecting baths.
\ Under Personal Supervision of
\ Mrs. A. Horowita
' Aronovili
rnai B'rith Lodges
u South Florida,
ing ceremonies are
Sunday, August 23rd.
lie Groundbreaking
be headed by Dr.
kelson, director of
th Hillel Foundation
pity of Miami,
lilding will feature
chapel seating 150
j provisions for an op-
adjoining auditor-
city of which will be
390. The ground
Htade, along with the
[auditorium, a lounge
frtoom, a kosher kitch-
and administrative
wings of the build-
a patio, which will
I main recreation area.
On the second floor, there will be
a caretaker's apartment, the refer-
ence library, newspaper office, arts
and crafts room, music room, study
rooms and class rooms. The latter
will be used interchangeably for
committee meetings and special
study groups. One of the second
floor rooms will be used mainly by
the University of Miami Chapter of
the Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America.
Aronovitz released the name of
the persons comprising the work-
ing building committees. The
Building Committee is headed by
Kovner, four-time president of the
Hillel Advisory Council. Serving
as co-chairmen with him are Jerry
Adelman and Julian Weinkle. Oth-
er members are Morris Alpert, Sol
Goldstrom, Jules Channing, Fred
Binder, Irving Frankel, Alvin Corn-
blum, Ted Robinson, Norman Cill-
er, Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Ma-
tilda Ratner.
Chairman of the Construction
Committee is Jerry Adelman. He
will be assisted by Alpert, Gold-
strom and Dr. Mlchelson. Giller
will be an ex-officio member. The
latter committee will serve in an
on-the-job capacity.
I Joint Movie Party
A movie party will be jointly
{sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Irving
jJacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Shapiro at the North Dade Jew-
ish Center tomorrow evening, 6:15
p.m. _
(AY
detail KOSHER Wholes!
1255 S.W. 22nd St. Ph. 1-0968
.\ .'I. jwv Post
Installs OtHeerm
The following newly appointed
officers of the North Shore Jewish
War Veterans Post No. 667 have
been installed by Willard Bender,
State Department Commander, as-
sisted by Lou Phillips, National
Committeeman, Washington, D.C.,
and Past Department Commander
Lester Sold/
Mitchell P. Reiner, Commander;
Sydney Neross, Senior Vice Com-
mander; Eugene J. Schwarz, Junior
Vice Commander; Isidor Brown,
Quartermaster; Milton Ehrenreich.
Officer-of-Day; Arthur Seleven,
Three Year Trustee; and Bertha T.
Cowan, Adjutant.
The installation took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Reiner, 8024 Harding Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach on July 8th, and the
Post plans on meeting the first
Wednesday night of each month at
the North Shore Jewish Center, 620
75th Street.
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123 9th St., North
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY nivfe.N that
thp undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
I'ANIKIRA GIFT SHOP, at 958 Nor-
mandy Prlve. Miami liearh. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County.
Florida.
ANNA KOPKIND
KoVNER MANNHKIMKR
Attorneys for Anna Kopklnd
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Imi.s1ii.-sh under the flctitloua name of
PLASTIC KI.OKIST CO. (Not Inc.),
at 119 N.E. 6th Street. Miami. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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7/10-17-M-31
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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1953 -Jmkli ItcrMtor PAGE_8
SylviaFriedlander Weds Sy Robins;
Grobm -Is Agricultural Scientist
Mr and Mrs. Sy Robins are now Dazian Foundation for Scientific
at home in Vcfia Alta. Puerto Rica ^earc^ q ^
following their honeymoon tour "" *""
SS Europe. They were mar- Robins. 5901 North Bayshore Dnve
ried on May 14th. in New York I Miami, attended Miami Senior High
City, with Rabbi Isaac Ruden of-, School and graduated from Johns
ficiating. i Hopkins University. He did grad
Some 150 persons attended the uate work at the University of Flor-
ceremony at the Plaza Hotel. In-' jda School of Agriculture,
eluded among them were dignitar-1 a veteran of World War II. he
ies of numerous foreign govern-. SCrved overseas as a lieutenant in
ments. ambassadors to the United ; the United States Navy. The form-
Nations, authors and stage and er co-owner of the Embers Lounge
screen personalities. A reception ncre went to Israel at the conclu-
followed the wedding. Among hon-' sjon 0f the war and engaged in
ored guests were Dr. and Mrs. Dav- agricultural research. Mr. Robins
. T*__i_ ____. : *U., I...1,1 nf hi'^rn.
id de Sola Poole.
is a pioneer in the field of hydro-
h* &
f?

UC OUIrt I WIV. : |*i it I'H'in i ill ni\. ..-. w- w-------
The bride is the former Sylvia pomc farming and brought to the
Friedlander. She is the daughter i then newly established Jewish
of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Friedlander. | state the latest scientific methods
New York City. She attended j for frujt and vegetable growing in
Smith and Hunter Colleges, as well; roc|{y, arid areas,
as other northern universities. She j hc now heads Robins Farms in
is a former television producer and
has been affiliated with the theater
professionally.
Mr. Friedlander is the former
president of Dazian s. Inc.. one of
New York City's oldest costume de
Vega Alta. Puerto Rico, one of the
world's large, commercial hydro
ponic developments.
Helen Sir Troth To
sign firms, and currently heads the \_i\\\ SllldcMll T()I(1
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sir. of 811
Nieberg, Erblich
Plan August Rites
An August 30th wedding is in
the offing for Miss Phyllis Nieberg
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Helen, to Joseph Kap-
lan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kap-
lan, formerly of Chicago and now
IIIC Ulllllg 1U1 JIUM I II* lii.S IllVUCth Idll, Ull IIH-I I.* Wl rr.-.i-- llt* liv"
and Lyle Myron Erblich. They met residing at 1653 S\V 29th Avenue.
while vacationing on Miami Beach. Miami.
Miss Nieberg. formerly of Clay- Miss Sir. a graduate of Miami
ton, Missouri, is the daughter of Beach Senior High School, attend-
ed the University of Florida at
Gainesville. Her fiance attended
the University of Illinois, where
he was a member of Pi Lambda
Phi Fraternity
His studies at Kent Law School
were interrupted by two years in
the United Slates Air Force as a
counter intelligence officer.
Mr. Kaplan has resumed his law
studies ;it the University of Miami
Law School a Kail wedding is
planned by the engaged couple.
Bernsteins Mark
Golden Anniversary
Three sons and four daughters,
their wives and husbands. 12
grandchildren and one great grand
child assembled in Miami to help
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bernstein cele-
brate their 50th wedding anniver-
sary.
The Bernsteins were married in
Warsaw. Poland, in 1903 and came
to America in 1905. taking up a
homestead in Wyoming. They lat-
er moved to New York City, and
came to Miami in 1949.
The sons and daughters who
brought their families to the gold-
en wedding dinner at the Colony
Restaurant were Dave Bernstein.
Corpus Christi. Texas; Maurice and
Harry Bernstein, of Washington,
D.C.; Mrs. Evan Harris, of Chicago;
and Mrs. Mike Goldberg, Mrs.
Charles Sobel and Mrs. Eddie
Flaum. all of Miami.
Miss Hf Seltman
Seltnian, Rosen
Engagement Told
A 26th anniversary dinner party
for Mr. and Mrs. A Seltman was
the setting for the announcement
of the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Flora Rae. to Mr. Alvin Rosen,
whose parents are the Ben Rosens.
233 Velarde. Coral Gables.
Miss Seltman graduated from Mi
ami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Miami and
the l'niversity of Florida. She is
a past president of Tau Alpha
Omega.
Mr Rosen was also a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and re
ceived the BS degree in Pharmacy
at the University of Florida, where
his fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi
He is currently affiliated with
Whelan Drug Company
The couple is planning a Decem-
ber wedding.
tat
s
Miss Phyllis Nieberg
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nieberg. 3942
SW 5th Street. She graduated
from Miami High School and is
currently attending the University
of Miami.
Mr. Erblich is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Erblich. Univer-
sity City, Missouri. He attended
Washington University at St. Louis
and graduated from the U of M.
His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau.
Candlelight Rites Unhe Sheila hit
And Robert Smith At Roney Plaza'
Sheila Ludwig was wed to Robert
Smith in a double ring, candlelight
ceremony at the Roney Plaaa Ho-
ld on July 12th. Rabbi Max Sha-
,ir spiritual leader of Beth David
Synagogue, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Charles Ludwig. 1901
South Miami Avenue. She was at-
tired in a French chantilly lace
gown, with nylon tulle over can-
dlelight satin, and a princess-eut
long torso bodice The gown was
buttoned down the hack and had
long lace sleeves ending in points.
Her neckline was appliqued with
sequins, pearls and crystal dew-
i drops The lace over the full skirt
ended in a cathedral length train
of tulle and satin.
I The bride's headpiece of match-
1 ing lace and jeweled trim was fash-
ioned with a three tiered hip-length
circular veil She carried a white
Bible covered with orchids and lily-
of the valley Her only jewelry was
I stung of pearls given her as a
gift from the bridegroom's parents.
I Maid of honor was Helen Lach-
man. cousin of the bride, attired in
a full length orchid nylon tulle
gown Her flowers made a fan cov-
ered with phaleonopsis sprayed
with pink butterfly orchids.
Other attendants were Lynn Beth
KorHon. cousin of the groom, who
acted as flower girl in a pink ny-
lon organza gown with sweetheart
neckline dotted by rosebuds and
a rosebud wreath on her head, and
Bernard Ludwig. brother of the
bpid<\ David Kronbere. uncle of
the bride. Ronald 1-evinc. cousin
of the groom, and Phillin Wein-
stcin. u>hers Mrs David Kron-
herg, aunt of the bride, was in
charge of the guest hook.
Newlywed Mrs Smith's mother
wore .in ankle-length gray silk mar-
qtlilite gown with hand made im-
ported anplique lace. She carried

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Tots About Town...
Miss Barbara Gardner, a
freshman at the University of
Miami, has been elected
president of the District No.
5 B'nai B'rith Girls covering
seven states from Maryland
to Florida, according to Mrs.
A. Frank Wellins. chairman
of the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Committee. There are
over 1,000 members of the or-
ganization in the District, in-
cluding 300 in Greater Mi-
ami.
Senior Judaea
.Xante** Of Been
Sonia Stern, of Nashvilk.
nessee, was elected presideat i
the Southern Region of
Judaea, heading the seven
area to succeed Carol Freedn
of Atlanta, Georgia.
The election took place it
annual summer sevendiy
and Convention held in Camp I
Star, Hendersonville, North
Una.
Other officers elected In-
coming year are: vice prex
Sylvia Shine. Memphis. Te
Liz Kominers, Charleston.
Carolina, and Judy Phillips.!
Beach: secretary, Sylvia C
Nashville; treasurer. Janet
Atlanta,
pink orchids. The groom's mother\ Committee Chairmen: Shi
was attired in an ankle -leni'th ami a Dolgoff. Savannah, Americas I
silk taffeta with hcrem hemline lin-, fairs; George Stern. Nashville.'
ed by lavers of tulle Her flowers tests; Tamra afamchex,
wer- white orchids Beach, Jewish Living; Roz ;
The bride graduated from Miami Augusta. Chalutziut and Isradil
Senior High School and was a mem-1 ture: Carol Wearb, CharleHaj
ber of Tau Alpha Omega Sorority, j raeli Projects; Doris \a
She received the Bachelor of Edu Charleston. Historian, and
ration degree from the l'niversity elein. Atlanta, Publications.
of Miami and taught first grade at Outstanding Chapter in t.*<
the Beth El Hebrew Academv She gjon went to the Cecile
was vice president of Delta Phi
Kpsilon Sorority and is now alumni
advisor for Pan Hellenic Society.
She is a past state sweetheart of
the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith
The groom, who is the son of
Mr arid Mrs Murray Smith. 1821
! Nocatee Drive. Miami, graduated
! from a New York City high school
, and attended the University of Mi-
ami. He is a member of the Ma
I sons and the Jay Cee's of South
Miami He is currently in the men's
. clothing business
Group of Charleston, lead b; 1
Robert Wearb. Another
made at the camp was fo
outstanding Judaean in the !
This year the award went to I
Freedenthal. of Atlanta, and
Shapiro, of Miami Beach.
Miss Ettinger Meets
Fiance At Party Here
Miss Adrienne R Ettlnger first
met Airman U Luis j Sjlvpr
USAF, who is stationed at MIAD
during a holiday dinner party m
n by her parents for servicemen
Now, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I',.
'mger. of 2530 SW 21st Terrace
viumi. are announcing the couple's
'ngagement They plan to be mar
icri on September 20th
The bride elect graduated from
Mianu Senior High School and aT
ended the rnjversi,v of Miami
JJ *arc' T of Mr ani1 *"
Tay.d Silver, Long Branch, New
'ersey, graduated from Rider CoL
ege in Trenton.
CLASPED HANDS AND
WARM HEART ... are dem-
onstrated by Ilene Ely, grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Hammer, 780 82nd
Street. Miami Beach.
- BktV PhotOI by Ardmore
THE IMAGINARY 'CELLIST
. Craig draws on his invisi-
ble bow. He is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Andrew J. Leon. 635
12th Street. Miami Beach. Un-
cle and aunt are Dr. and Mrs.
Saul Miller.
Rabbi Malavsky On Air
Rabbi Morion Malavsky, sp,r,tual
leader of the Israelite Cente Wl
fcSAraS&s
Sherwin Hi veto To
Reside In Indiana
Mr and Mrs Sherwin Givel have
returned from their honeymoon in
Bermuda and are at home at 6906
Oleott Avenue. Hammond, Indiana.
I The newlyweds were united in mar-
riage by Rabbi Julius Shuback on
, June 14th. at the Windemere East
Hotel in Chicago
I The bride was attended by Miss
Mmm Smith, a cousin. u maid o(
j honor, and Miss Janet Givel. sirtar
, the groom, as bridesmaid How
|H Civel. brother of the groom
,^his.K.st ma, and ,he ushers
-.'re M rt (.)|man
M the br.de. and Martin Smith a
cousin. ""
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lima.,, daughter of Mr and Mr,
Henry C.man. Miami She is
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ft ft
el Greenstein, fo:
fl3 years spiritual lead-
i Beth El in West Palm
visitor in that city for
be. Rabbi Greenstein
jer of a congregation
Llabama, since leaving
Beach in December,
apanying him on his
Greenstein, their son,
daughter, Baillie.
ft ft
Blumberg has return-
fork by plane after a
at the Beach Plaza
ner resident of West
Mrs. Blumberg also
friends there.
b ft
rs. Louis Gordon, of
| Road, are leaving for
tit their son and rela-
[ will return here on
ft ft
Irs. Harold Shapiro,
returned from their
the West Coast, are
at 2418 Flamingo
Beach.
ft ft
Lobel, president of
rarl Synagogue, is re-
home following a
ft ft
J. M. Rosenthal, of
vo Alto Drive, have
forth and will spend
vacation in Monti-
fork. They expect to
for the High Holy
ft ft
Jowak has arrived in
[ his wife and children
imer vacation at their
24th Road.
Mrs. Sam Weissel (second from right) greets Mayorese Felisa
Rincon de Gautier at her home Sunday for mid-day dinner.
Senora de Gautier was on her way back to San Juan follow-
ing a meeting in Cuba. Looking on are Senior de Gautier
(left) and Mr. Weissel.
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B'nai B'rith Girls and Aleph
Zadik Aleph of District Five held
their annual convention recently at
Lakeside Inn, Hendersonville,
North Carolina.
Seven states sent over 200 dele-
gates to participate in the pro-
gram. Convention guests included
National AZA President Don New-
man, Los Angeles; Phylis Block,
national BBG president, Baltimore,
Maryland; past national BBG presi-
jdent from Baltimore, and past na-
tional AZA president, Peter K.
Rosedale.
Presiding over the BBG's was
Margie Goldman, of Greensboro,
and the three regional presidents,
Carolyn Schoenfeld, of Washing-
ton, D.C., Northern Region; Stella
Franco, of Atlanta, Georgia, South-
ern Region; and Abby Goldfinger,
of Miami, Florida Region. Lester
Blesky, district president, and
Charlie Goldberg, president of the
Southern Region, led the AZA's.
Other BBG officers attending the
conclave were Suzanne Covan, 1st
vice president; Claudja Tucker, 2nd
vice president; Ruth Abrams, 3rd
vice president; Gayla Schildhaus.
treasurer; Bess Bach, secretary;
Phyllis Block, counselor; and Ben-
nie Warshaw, historian. Represent-
ing AZA executives were Morty
Harris, vice president; Eddie Her-
lich, sergeant-at-arms; Jules Lich-
er, reporter; and Mel Galin, coun-
selor.
Mr. and Mrs. Yale Ogron, of Mi-
ami, announce the birth of their
son, Jeffrey Davis. Mrs. Ogron is
the former Romona Breitbart,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mertimer
W. Breitbart, 1075 NW 65th Street.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, of
North Miami Beach, have as their
house guest their niece, Linda Bal-
sam, Brooklyn, New York. Miss
Balsam plans to spena the summer
here and will return home for the
Fall opening of school.
Wcisscls Fete San
Jutin Mayoress At
Water's Kdge Home
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel, of
Water's Edge, Coral Gables, enter-
tained the mayoress of San Juan,
Puerto Rico, during a mid-day din-
ner on Sunday at their home.
Mayoress Felisa Rincon de Gau-
tier and her husband, Senior de
Gautier, were guests of honor at
the Weissel waterway residence on
Granada Boulevard. Senora de
Gautier was enroute to San Juan
from Cuba, where she attended a
meeting for officials of Caribbean
municipalities.
Seated around the Weissel din-
ner table were the hosts' sons, Bud-
dy and Roy; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
J. Goodman, of Miami Beach, Mrs.
Weissel's brother and sister-in-
law; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singer, of
Miami Beach; and Mr. and Mrs.
Cyril O. Kusel and son. Mickey, of
Coral Gables.
The honored guests were them-
selves hosts to the Weissels several
weeks ago when the mayoress and
Senior de Gautier entertained them
in San Juan along with the direct
decendents of Ponce de Leon at a
combined fiesta in Puerto Rico of
the coming of San Juan and Ponce
de Leon to the island.
ft ft ft
Mr. Alexander Geronemus, of
1846 Fletcher Street, Hollywood, is
now at home recuperating from
surgery undergone last week at
Mount Sinai Hospital.
I
Leonard Berg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Berg. 850 Jeffer-
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PAGE II
sses For Btiwd
I Begin hi FaH
Laura Sutler, supervisor of
j instruction in Dade County,
knouaced that classes fort
and partially blind children
it .in m pablic schools this
Greater Miami Sectioo of the
al Council of Jewish Women
ents Of The Blind, a year-
e Animation here, lure been
ii toward this goal.
lously. blind children stud-
I the state-endowed school in
justine. Under the new pro-
[children will attend public
and. as the result of a plan
[Mrs Sutter describes as "a
itive form of teaching." they
fctend classes apart from or'
kiidren who have full vision.
icil. which had offered to!
salary of a special teacher
blind to demonstrate the
tr will concentrate on pro-
-oney for necessary costly
ol to augment the new pro-'
The organization instituted
\ \ rogram for deaf pre-
b-ea a few years ago.
ng what could be done
1 youngsters. The
luently incorporated!
i into its regular cur-'
Sutter united Coun-
ame thing for the
a and a year has been
. the possibilities.
the blind will include
through high school-age
Consultant senriees for
-school age child and his
I be available. The
will work from Miramar
tary School First and sec-
de classes will be at South
larj School; third and
Miramar fifth and sixth. I
and seventh through |
obert E Lee.
I- wiO be made to integrate
from 10th through the
ides in the nearest high
Mrs Sutter said. To date
blind child of high school
applied for Fall registre-
|Dacle Counry*i schools.
are two teachers who will
liable to put the program
tplained Mrs. Sutter. The
teacher is Miss Emu
no is now getting special
! at the Peabody School. The
braille teacher k Mrs.
Tscboepp. former braille
at Michigan State School
Blind
)ade County Board of Pub-
uction will provide funds
[ teachers, housing, standard
ect such as desks and
guidance. "Bjj and
ation. Special eoudpeaent
provided by NGJW iacsades
books, braille typcuiiteis.
slates and stylus, braille
braille textbooks and play
ent for blind pre-achool
Idiuon to the National Coun-
lewish Women and the par-
oup. there hare been other
i involved in getting the
ttonal step activated. They
Florida Council for the
and the American Founda-
^r the Blind. Inc.. Now York,
- r-mng conference here last
'erning board has been ap-
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deluded members from
Public Health Department.
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i and Parents of the Blind
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<*W*htkridiW
friday, njJ
Hauler Vamp
Lists Xavanvies
Registration ..t the Flagler-Gra
nada Summer Day Camp is nearing
a close for the second four-week
period from July 20th to August
14th. it was announced this week.
Waiting lists have developed
among all boys over seven years
of age. and only a few vacancies
remain in the seven to eight year-
old girls' group, the nine to 12-
year-old girls' group and for 5'2
to six-year-old boys and girls.
In addition to a well rounded
program of athletics, arts and
crafts, music, story telling, group
singing and other activities, the
camp program features special '
events, including cook outs, trips,
talent shows and a weekly Shabbat
party.
Name Jack Popick Member Chairman
' s. pres.cn,, ^
, B^ach-lsrae Z,on1s,n,n^;H:nm| ^ ^ ^^
SkT^Sc?e,tSKrl0p Committee w,. b. M-h AP
chairman. Popick. who is origin- p| and Al Sherman
ally from Newark. New Jersey, ha? _--------------
resided in Miami Beach for the ggjjjg TJnVeiling
Ttt present on the Board of The ,.,....... mmm*
the Miami Beech Eichange Club to the memory of inlau Aiun
and is an active member of the Berks, formerl) 0 153 hast 8tn
Miami Beach Taxpayers' Associa- Court. wiU ta < V ace S n;-VJto
Uon Popick has also been a mem- 19th, 1 p.m.. at Mt Nebo Cemetery.
ber of the Miami Beach-Israel Zion- with Rabbi ""J^.fg?**
is, District for the past four years Mr Berks Is "^ved b> hi.pur
and has served in various capaci- ents. Mr and Mr. Joy*iBerta
)j(,s and one brother. Samuel He was
He is now making plans for an a veteran of World War II. Ar-
aetive membership drive during rangements are in charge of Thur-
the summer months. Popick is mond Monument (ompany. P rends
president of the Mechanics Overall'and relatives are asked to attend.
I>iii|l<* Sinai Men
Bled Officers
Newly elected president of the
Temple Sinai Men's Hub. Holly-
wood Jewish Community Center.
is George QuanfUM
Other officers named at a recent
meeting were Irving Thai, vice
president; Al Peibua. secretary;
and Irving Sternschein. treasurer.
Board members include Jack Pol-
lard. Dr. Alfred Geronemus and
Nat C.rumet.
Hanna Seneech Party Planned
The Hanna Senesch Group of
Hadassah will hold a card party at
the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednes-
daj evening. July 22nd, 8 p.m., ac-
cording to Mrs. William Feuer,
president.
Kahn Headsxlj
Chamber CornJ
New chairman <* J
Beach Chamber of ft
ty Comma,ee Burton]
In assuming his dm,,.
week said that ,he fu
committee is cle.|gne(1 ^
understanding and comp
the city's new traffic
Leo J. Adeeb. chu
nor, presided over the 1
organizational meeting
the "great need for e
effort in the field of
said "continued vigilant]
to make Miami Btack
place in the country."
Co-chairman of the
who will share its rest,
with Kahn is Thomas ft
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+Jewlsti fkrlcMan
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Architect's view of the new Sterling Hotel now being contracted on the Miami Beach oceanfront.
'.siiiblishvH
'holarnhips I
ball Wright, Coral Gab-1
lit of the Florida Opto-
ciation, announced this
|four new scholarships
established for Florida
tudents.
ram covers a total of
lition offered by the
School of Optometry'
FOA.
[scholarships at $2,200
half scholarships at
been established to
Member, 1954, and Sep-
for the awards may
bn or women and must
mm of two-year's pre-
fcollege training to be
[the four-year courses.
|in in Miami, FOA of-
1 directors named Dr.
nmni. Miami Shores,
the scholarship corn-
ed to serve on the com
)rs. Robert Grecnberg,
Alvin Frey, Tampa;
Jacksonville; Wil-
Deland; Glynn Capps,
Edward Johnson, Or
Russel Young, Lai I
Ronera Announce i tanstrucl ion Of
The Sterling Hotel On Oeeanfront
A new, million dollar luxury ho-
tel, The Sterling, is being added to
the growing skyline on Miami
Beach. The six-story structure, con-
sisting of 136 rooms and penthouse,
is located at 6767 Collins Avenue,
and will have 157 feet of ocean
front.
Being built for the Rosner Hotel
Company by the Taylor Construc-
tion Company, of Miami, the hotel
will have a large open glass lobby
with a view from the street
through to the ocean and pool area.
Architect is Melvin Grossman,
Miami Beach, who has designed the
plans so that the seating in the
lobby will be divided into conversa-
tion groups with arrangements of
tropical plantings, carrying out the
semi-tropical decor which is the
decoration keynote.
A large card room, with an ad-
jacent television room and a cock-
tail lounge, will supplement the
public area. The dining room, in
which mirrors and fine grain wood
will be used, overlooks the ocean
and pel
"The dining room is served by
a specially designed kitchen plan-
ned to operate under strict dietary
laws," David Rosner, president,
says. A complete basement will
contain utility area and a large
bake shop in addition to recrea-
tion rooms for hotel employees.
Each floor of the hotel will con-
tain 34 rooms, with a solarium on
the roof, air conditioning and a
heating system designed to serve
the entire building.
Grossman's plans are for the new
Rosner hotel to use a great deal
of glass, both on the Collins Ave-
nue side and at the oceanfront.
Color will be introduced in brick
stone and pre-cast concrete forms.
A large swimming pool, cabanas
and a glass-enclosed snack bar will
front the ocean, and two shallow
ramps will lead to the beach.
The I/nd on wbioh The Sterling
is being constructed has been
leased for 99 years through Jack
Wacher, of Lee & Williams Real-
tors. Morton Fellman is the struc-
tural engineer, and Sasnett Ben-
nett is in charge of mechanical and
electrical engineering services.
Operator and managing director
of The Sterling will be Rosner, vet-
eran South Florida hotel man. J.
N. Morris is secretary. Assisting
in managing and operating the new
establishment will be Rosner's
wife, their son, Sam Rosner, and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Slotnick.
Prior to this venture, Rosner has,
since 1933, operated the Biscayne
Collins, Astor, Victor, Delmonico
and Good Hotels.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Obituaries
FLORA LEWIS
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER iriD hold FnC- ***
ices at 6:30 p.m Saturday morn-
ing m at 9 a.m. Daily
ik in the chapel at 8
p.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER ning sen-
dedicated to
and preach on
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n the top.

ISRAELITE CENTER
6:30
ruing s*:
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render
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NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER Aiii hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 3:15 pm An Oneg Shabbat
will follow
*
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at 6
p.m. Saturday morning service-
are at 8:30 a m. Mincha will be
at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7:45 a.m..
and at 6:45 p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
bold Sabbath services Friday at
6 30 p.m.. with Rabbi Max M Land
- and assisted by
Cantors David Bagiey and Rudolf
E Bnll. Services will begin at 9
FUb-
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ehi will rw a! fi n m with a u>r
cnu win r>e ai o p.m.. un a tr .
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PAGE 15
Legal notice
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
_)ICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
|E COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
*Y No. 1HM3
RviKNER, Plaintiff,
n WIENER, Defendant.
ti: OF l'l'HUCATION----
ritl'KE WIENER, 178 E.
Street. Brooklyn, New York
[KE HKRKHT NOT 11-I El'
ll of Complaint for Divorce
| filed against you and you
led to serve a copy of your
n the Plaintiff's attorney and
jnglnal Answer In the office
|rk of the Circuit Court on or
i 3rd day of August, 1903:
judgment by default will be
limit you for the relief de-
bi the Hill of Complain;.
[AND ORDERED at Miami,
TthlH 1st day of July, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By V. B. MacLARBN,
I >,-11aiv Clerk (seal)
J J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
If.. Plaintiff
lii Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
H
;e under fictitious
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|yixiu- kn. : the fictitious name of
EiI.DBHRO d/b/a TRAVEL-
TAXI, at P. O. Box 9TI,
Ma., Intends to. register
_ with the Clerk of. the Cir-
K of Dado County, Florida.
DAVID GOLDBERG
Owner and Operator
rumni
I for Applicant
Id Bldg.
8-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
n. assu-B
RE: ESTATE OF
ETIU-.I, SMALL WAIIMAN.
f/k/a ETHEL SMALL.
a/k/a ETHEL WAIIMAN, 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 ETHEL SMALL WARM AN.
f/k/a ETHEL 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 aa Executor of the Estate of
ETHEL SMALL WARMAN. f/k/a
ETHEL SMALL, a/k/a ETHEL
WARMAN, deceased.
This 24th day of June, 1953.
LOUIS SMALL, Executor
CENET & GENET
Attorneys for Executor and for Estate
1/88 7/8-10-17
*E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tinned, desiring to engage In
Slider the fictitious name of
|E APARTME7NT8, at 1115-
.il Blvd., Opa I..icka, Fla..
j register said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
orlda.
HAM KORA8H. 8ole Owner
PARDO
for Applicant
Bldg.
l>
|E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jlgned, desiring to engage In
Iiiiler the fictitious name of
lit & C.RILL, at 3598 8.W.
Miami, Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Clr-
, of Dade County. Florida.
Ill A MARIE VENTOLORA
li> BCHUatAN
Own*-! |
KKSSI.ER
r Applicants
Ave.
lu-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30448-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
EDWIN L. KIX, 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 EDWIN L. RIX, deceased
late of Dada County, Plorlda, to the
Honorable County Judgea of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereor. 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 July 11, A.D. 1963.
MICHAEL M. I8ENBERC,
As Administrator Cl'M
TE8TAMENTO ANNEXO
of the estate of
EDWIN L. RIX, Deceased.
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney for Administrator
Cum Testament.. Annex..
1407 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
7/17-14-J1 8/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN ANO "FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180*13
BERTHA ELIZABETH O'DONNELL
Plaintiff,
va.
EDWARD JOHN O'DONNELL
l>efendant.
TO: EDWARD JOHN O'DONNELL
68-42 Gray Street, Middle Village
Long Island, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint for Dlvoroe on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10th
day of Auguat, 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 day of July, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By: M. C. GREEN
(Circuit Court Real) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under .the fictitious name of
NILON EXTERMINATORS, at 1(13
ALTON ROAD, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CHARLES TAIBL
Sole Owner
LEONARD KALI8H
Attorney for Applicant
1001 DuPont Bldg.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH Judicial circuit in and
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT
LAW. No. 2S94S
ALAN VP.ifZEK, Plaintiff,
V* ,'k
J. ARTHI'R HlRSCfl. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: J ARTHI'R llll'.si II, mil Bay
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
'.in ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Common Law action has been
filed against you in the circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida by ALAN
VENZER and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or plead-
ings to the Complaint upon the Plain-
tiff h attorney, GEORGE J. TALIAN-
oF'l'. whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, .Florida, and file
the original Answer or pleadings In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Miami, Florida, on or before
the 17th day of Auguat, 1953: other-
wise, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Complaint.
Dated this 14th day of July, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: B. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TAUANOFF, ESQ.
Attorne.v for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
7/17-24-31 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ItTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 161108
CARLYN RING DUBIN, Plaintiff,
vs.
THEODORE DL'BIN. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: THEODORE DUBIN,
60 E. I'.fitll Stle.t.
New York City, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiff's attorney and to file the
original Answer In the office of tb,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious Bftnfs of
MECHANICS TOOL *l'PP-LY-CW., at
4812 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULKW WERNER
NATALIE WERNER
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30819-B
In Re: ESTATE Of
MICHAEL HELLER. DeceasW
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 MICHAEL HELLER, de-
ceased late of Dads County, Florida,
to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLINO.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
ooataln the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date June 20. A.D. 1953.
LEA H. I1ELLEB,
As administratrix of the
Saute of
MICHAEL HELLER,
Deceased.
KOVNER A MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Administratrix
7/8-10-17-24
business under the fictitious name of ; Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or be-
L A F LUNCHEONETTE, at 20481 fore the 17th day of August. 1953;
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
rood, desiring to engage In
i.l.i the fictitious name of
GINS K IN UK MFC. Co.
at 8211 Blue Drive, Miami,
to register said name with
the circuit Court of Dade
.l.i
FRANK W HODGINS
ItHIIAltD F. KCNDE
KKS8LER
lr Applicant*
Id Ave.
flO-17
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
liiiii.-.1, desiring to engage In
. i the fictitious name ..f
. I MEN'S WEAl:
Miami Beach. Florida.
t said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
!-. dig,
IRWIN ALPER
w.VETTE ALPER
CHERTKOF, ESQ.
-17
tE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBT GIVEN that
ilgned, desiring to engage In
tinder the fictitious nume of
11'WARE, at 3667-3688 West
M ami, Fla.. Intend to
tld name with the Clerk of
ll Court of Dado County,
ERNEST R08COE
KIaiRENCE ROSCOE
Sole owners
J. RANI)
[ for Applicant
npla Building
/3-10-17
:e under fictitious
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(signed, desiring to engage in
[under the fictitious name of
T.EANERS AND LAI'NDER-
658 8.W. 26th Are.. Miami.
ends to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
[ County, Florida.
ROBERT BROWN
'ABBR
for Applicant
ess Building
,3-10-17
:e under fictitious
NAME LAW
p IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.-d, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
CLEANERS A LATIN-
, at 3063 8.W. 16th Terr..
rl-i intends to register said
|lth the Clerk of the Circuit
Dade County. Florida.
kmancel be1tlin
Faber
>r Applicant
Building
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
d. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
A FRENCH, at Miami Beach.
|nd to register said name with
8 "f the Circuit Court of Dade
ETHEL CARNEY
LILLIAN FRUMKES
1S-V7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
CHANCERY. No. 180776
FRED GIBSON, Plaintiff,
va.
1.EI.A WILLIAMS, and If married.
.,' her husband. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OP THE
STATE OK FLORIDA
TO: LELA WILLIAMS. If living, and
If married,----------WILLIAMS,
her husband, whose residences
are unknown; ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tors or other parties claiming by.
through, 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 ALSO aa to each of the
above named defendant individ-
uals. If they be deceased, then
all 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 have
any right, title or Interest in the
property which Is the subject
matter of this suit, said property
lying and being in Dade County,
Florida, and- more particularly
described as follows:
Lota 19 and 20, MIDWAY, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof re-
corded In Plat Boiik :t. at Page
177. of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU ane here-
in 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 here-
Inabove described.
N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LUCILLE 8TRAKELE
KES8LER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
4 8.W. 22nd Ave.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned^ desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RACK SUPER SERVICE, at 467 West
Flagler Street, Miami, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
RAY BERRIN
WALTER KAYE
(Owners)
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAKE MASTERS BAKERY, at 5747
Bird Drive. Coral Gables, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN GOLDEN
ISADOBE FOG EL.
SHEINER & SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
304 Roper Bldg., Miami 32, Fla.
7/17-84-31 s/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORM1R TRUCKING COMPANY, at
200 Ludlum Drive, Miami Springs,
Fla., Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida.
MIRIAM HKRI.ANDS
F'U>RENfE liL'DNICK
Sole Owners
MORTON M. BIEGFIL
Attorney for Applicants
19 W. Flagler Street
YOU ABE HEREBY ORDERED f, :; T .i-m-i;
ND RKyl'IRED to file your appear- ------------------------
ance In said suit on or before the 7th
day of August. 1953. 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 Floridlan. a Newspaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
this lt day of July, 1953.
E. B. I-EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
888 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
t/3-10-17-34
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30384-B
In Re: ESTATE OF'
MEYER J. OLICK. also known aa
M. J. OLICK. 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 vi.u. may have against the
.-late of MEYER J. CLICK, also
known as M. J. CLICK, deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon
W. F. BLANTON A FRANK B.
DOWLINO. County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
, ah ndni month from the dste of the
first- publication hereof. Said claims
..r demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claim.int and to lie sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date June 12th. A.D. 19..3.
JACOB F'IKIIMAN
EH1EL LESOWODER
CHARLES LIPPOW
As Administrators of-the
Estate "f
MEYER J. OLICK. a/k/a
M. J. OLICK. Deceased.
GEORGE CHFIRTKOF
Attorney for Administrators
. 7/8-10-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT 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 Dade County, Florida.
Joseph HYMAN. Sole Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
7/10-17-24-81
otherwise, the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken aa con-
fessed against you.
DATED this 13th day of July. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
7/17-24-31 8/7
in the circuit court of the
iith judicial Circuit in and
for dade county, florida. in
CHANCERY. No. 180872
ESSIE WALKER, Plaintiff,
VS.
ROOSEVELT WALKER. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROOSEVELT WALKER,
address unknown,
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed against you. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's attorney, bf:.N Essen.
X23 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10th
day >f August. 1953. If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the BUI of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED ot Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of July. 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
B) M. C. GREEN.
i S.al Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN, B8Q
Attorney for Piaiutiff
>._:', S,-> hold Building, Miami. Florida.
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARY-WILL AITS., at 1881-53-S5
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
VVol.KE MENDEIJEYS
MIRIAM MENDEI.ZYS
Owners
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Owners
7/10-17-84,-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
80TH i'KX I TRY MANUFACTURING
CO., at 2411 N. Miami Ave., Miami.
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the ci,rk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
RICHARD HAMILTON
Sole Owner
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOMMY'S DECK BAR. at 617 Eth
stieet, Miami Beach, intends to regis-
ter aald name with the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANCIS t'MBERTO CORP.
A Florida Corp.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
8/26 7/8-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30165-A
In Re: KSTATK oF
HARRY L. SI'IIEIKER. 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 HARRY L. SCHEIEER, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said rlalma 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 18, A.D. 1888.
JEANETTB ALTMAN
Aa Flxecutrlx of the Last Will
and Testament of
HARRY L. 8CHEIFER.
Deceased.
BEN ESSEN. ESQ.
Attorney for Executrix
7/3-10-17-84
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CANTOR PACKAGE AND CANTOR'S
LIQUORS, at 2031 N.W. 12th Ave,
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the 'Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM CANTOR, and
ROSE CANTOR. His Wife
Side owners
MYERS. HKIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
650 Se\l,|i| Bldg.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JOHNSTON'S STF:AK. at 81S 8.W.
18th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _
MTER 8TILLERMAN
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owner
650 Seybold Bldg.
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 180870
ROCIL1A RUSSF:LL, Plaintiff,
STEPHEN J. RUSSELL. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: STEPHEN J Rl'KSKl.l..
2106 North Miller Avenue,
Richmond, Virginia.
You, STEPHEN J RU88ELL, are
hereby notified that a BUI 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 Con.ptalnt on the
plaintiffs Attorney, BF.N ESSK.N.
ESQ. 823 Seybold Building, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
,,r Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court Of or before the
10th day of August, 1913 If y>"/'1
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of < OHPJ22"-
This notice anal* be published on -
,,-,, h wee1c for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F'LORIDIAN.
DONE UD oBDERF:D at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of July. A.D.
Xr3- B LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
DEN ESSEN _
Attorney for Plaintiff __ ,
Ul Seybold Building. Miami. Florida
7 in-17-4-31_________________
"TfTcduNTV JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24703
RE- ESTATE i >E .
, MA Rl.CS 1' '-'-"'r:JJ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Jrts Knar r^;;,::i gi*g
?uYust. sa.%1 %^i?S!
able County Judges of Dade Count*.
Florida, for approvaljglf wd tinai
report and for final ft..asKF
ecutor of the Estate of CHARLES t.
HEDER. deceased __
This 2"ith day of June, 19a3.
This 2,nn.?I,>!KRT s SHAPIRO
RERICK. SHAPIRO & FTUED
Attorneys for Estate of
Charles F. Reder
By Samuel Fried
7/3-10-17-24
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