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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 27Number 30
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 24. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
vice Bill Touches
Off Demonstrations
[SALEM (JTA) The Gov-
t's anticipated introduction
jment of its National Serv-
for Women was expected
off a whole series of fire-
here this week as religious
Ls continued their protests
[provisions of the bill which
require girls 18 through 26
exemption from military
[on religious grounds to do
brms of national service for
ear period.
Ite sharp discrepancies be-
religious and non-religious
I in Parliament, no Cabinet
i expected over the measure
|t approved with only two
members dissenting. Gen-
inist leaders have made it
ley will not make it an is-
le Hapoel Mizrachi central
kee was to meet to consider
ation.
dually unprecedented action
ce here last week when 600
women demonstrated be-
rliament against the bill,
them tried to enter the
but were blocked off by
who had strict orders
force against the demon-
fbut to disperse them quiet-
hoses were brought up by
ce but were not used.
stormy scenes took place
Parliament, there were
Jebates in the lobby of the
between religious and
gum.- deputies. It is under-
kat one of the main objec-
the bill raised by religious
is the procedure of the
examination which the
have to undergo prior to
Inducted into the national
Another objection is that
may open the door to the
ment of religious girls for
kk. either civilian or military,
equently. the Knesset pre-
sidium refused to receive a dele-
gation of religious women with a
memorandum opposing the bill.
The Neturei Karta, an extremist
Orthodox group, decided this week
to excommunicate Premier David
Ben-Gurion should the bill be pre-
sented to Parliament. They an-
nounced that an excommunication
ceremony modeled after the
medieval Cherem would take
place with the lighting of black
candles, the blowing of the Shofar
and the recitation of special pray-
ers. "Nothing will stop us in this
struggle; we are ready for the
greatest sacrifices," a spokesman
of the extremist group told the
press.
An appeal was made to the Chief
Rabbinate to prevent mass demon-
strations against the bill, was made
by the Mizrachi and Poale Hamiz-
rachi, two Orthodox Zionist
groups.
In New York Tuesday, the pre-
sidium of the Agudath Israel of
America sent cables to Israel Presi-
dent Ben-Zvi and Premier Ben-
Gurion demanding that the bill for
national service for religious wom-
en be withdrawn by the govern-
ment. The rabies warned that
"flaunting the Rabbinic authori-
' ties" in this matter will result in
! "serious worldwide repercussions
affecting future relations of Jew-
ry with Israel."
The Mizrachi Laborite Party, at
a meeting Monday night, failed to
take action on the government's
bill calling for national non-mili-
tary service for Orthodox women
excused from military service.
Three different positions were
voiced at the conference: 1. Sup-
port of the government's measure;
2. Opposition to the bill; and 3.
Abstention on the bill when it
comes up for a vote in Parliament.
Moscow to Resume
Relations with Israel
resident Eisenhower
. turjet of abuse
Delay of DP
Bill Hinted
ByMcCarran
WASHINGTON (JTA) Senator
Pat McCarran, bitter foe of Presi-
dent Eisenhower's legislation to ad-
mit 240,000 over-quota refugee im-
migrants in two years, last week-
end threatened to delay the ad-
journment of Congress, scheduled
for July 31st, if the measure is
brought to the Senate floor. The
bill is expected to come to the floor
late this week.
Earlier, the Senate Judiciary bill
reported out the measure in an
eight to six vote. In the compro-
mise form in which the bill was
passed, it reduces the total num-
ber of imrr-i^rants from 240,000 to
Continued on Pe S
JERUSALEM (JTA) The im-
mediate resumption of diplomatic
relations between Israel and the
Soviet Union was announced simul-
taneously here and in Moscow
Tuesday. Relations were broken
off by Moscow last February after
the explosion of a bomb in the
garden of the Soviet Legation in
Tel Aviv.
The communique announcing re-
sumption of relations which con-
tained an exchange of letters be-
tween Israel Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett and Soviet Foreign
Minister V. Molotov revealed
that contacts leading to an agree-
ment to renew relations took place
in the capital of one of the East
European countries. Preliminary
talks took place in April and May,
when an Israel representative in-
formed the Russians of his govern-
ment's desire for resumption of re-
lations.
The talks continued and on July
6th, Mr. Sharett wrote to Mr. Molo-
tov: "The Israel Government has,
of late, been aware of a noticeable
improvement in the atmosphere
surrounding international affairs
and of a renewed and widespread
desire to arrive at peaceful and
constructive solutions of major in-
ternational issues still pending.
"In pursuance of its consistent
policy of seeking friendship with
Carthy Is Denounced For Bias
large Against Senator Monroney
SHINGTON Senator Her
I. Lehman Tuesday took the
[of the Senate to speak as a
er of the Jewish faith to de-
charges of "anti-Semitism"
Monday night by Senator
R. McCarthy against Sena-
y S. Monroney, an Oklahoma
crat. McCarthy lashed out on
i't The Press telecast against
ney, charging that the Sen-
opposition to the methods
tCarthy's investigators, Roy M.
and David Schine, represent
the most flagrant, the most
i'ful example of anti-Sem-
I have ever heard."
kfending Senator Monroney,
F Lehman told the Senate he
| moved "to assert that this is
?holly false and ridiculous
ge." He said: "many indi-
ls of the Jewish faith, as well
if Christian denominations
p>ut distinction have repeat-
criticized and repudiated the
rs of these two brash young
For several months in
ches and public statements, I
Jew, sensitive to any religious
have been strongly critical
he behaviour of these young
[ and have pointed out that they
been doing our country and
cause of anti-Communism
great harm both here and abroad.
I am very certain that most mem-
bers of my religious faith, not as
Jews, but as Americans, are any-
thing but proud of these two young
men."
Senator Lehman pointed out that
to brand criticism of them (Conn
and Schine) as 'anti-Semitism' is
pure and errant demagoguery,
raising an ugly symbol in defense
of indefensible conduct." He add
ed that it was unnecessary for him
to absolve Senator Monroney of
"this cheap charge," yet, he said,
he could not forbear from affirma-
tively attesting that Monroney "is
one of the fine characters of the
Senate, free of bias, hate, and
prejudice a gentleman of un-
derstanding and of courage."
Senator Monroney said "Senator
McCarthy's statement is just as ri-
diculous as the absurd activities of
his two investigators who left a
trail of discredit to American tra-
ditions across Europe" a reference
to their recent, much-criticized in-
vestigating tour of Europe.
Western Powers Opposed
To Capitol In Jerusalem
NEW YORK (JTA) Transfer
of the Israel Foreign Ministry from
Tel Aviv to Jerusalem brought crit-
icism this week from Washington,
London and Paris and sharp pro-
tests to the United Nations from
the Arab States.
State Department sources in
Washington said the United States
had no intention of moving Rs em-
bassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
because the question of the inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem ls still
I pending before the United Nations.
At Tel Aviv, a representative of
the embassy informed the Foreign
Ministry's liaison office there that
all communications from the em-
bassy would be through the liaison
office.
The British Ambassador in Tel
Aviv previously had notified the
Foreign Ministry of a similar stand
by the British and Foreign Office
sources in London were critical of
Continued on P*fO 2
Upper House
Rejects Bill
On Indemnity
BONN (JTA) The government-
sponsored bill to indemnify indi-
vidual victims of Nazi persecution,
demanded by the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany and approved two weeks
ago by the Bundestag, West Ger-
many's Lower House, was rejected
last weekend by the Bundesrat, the
Upper House.
The Bundesrat, composed of 38
delegates from nine constituent
states in the Federal Republic,
recommended three separate
changes in the text of the bill.
I The most important of these pro-
posed amendments dealt with the
sharing of costs between the Fed-
eral treasury and the states. The
indemnification program is expect-
ed to cost some $75,000,000 annual-
ly for the next ten years.
The Bundesrat demanded that
the Federal Government defray all
expenditures incurred for non-Ger-
man victims of Nazism and half
of all other payments. The Bundes-
rat also recommended that pen-
sions provided for in the bill be-
come effective in April, 1954, rath-
er than October of this year.
A conference committee of both
houses met early this week in an
attempt to work out a compromise.
Since both houses will be dissolved
at the end of the month, after hold-
ing only one more full-day session,
the fate of the measure hangs by
a thread.
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany,
which speaks on behalf of the ma-
jor Jewish organizations in the free
world, expressed its "deep disap-
pointment" in New York over the
I failure of 'h rriper House of the
Continued en Pate 2
all peace loving nations and to con-
tribute to the measure of its ability
to the establishment of normal har-
monious relations with all peoples,
the Israel Government wishes at
this juncture to raise the question
of resumption of relations with Is-
rael which were broken off after
the explosion in the Soviet Lega-
tion in Tel Aviv of a bomb placed
by unknown criminals, causing
damage to persons and property.
'The Israel Government recalls
that in its note of February 10,
1953, to the USSR Legation in Tel
Aviv it expressed its profound re-
gret over the crime committed
against the Legation and offered
its apologies as well as full com-
pensation for injuries and material
losses which the legation and its
personnel sustained."
Mr. Molotov's letter, dated July
15, 1953, declared that in view of
the assurances given by Israel that
it would make every effort to ap-
prehend and punish those respon-
sible for the bombing and the fact
that it had apologized for the inci-
dent, the Soviet Union was pre-
pared to restore relations. He
made special note of the fact that
Mr. Sharett, in his letter, said Is-
rael will not be party to any ag-
gression against the USSR.
Mr. Sharett this evening inform-
ed the Israel Parliament's Foreign
Affairs Committee of the resump-
tion of relations. At the same
time, the Israel Government ex-
pressed its satisfaction with the
new state of affairs, asserting that
this development "will serve the
cause of world peace." It also ex-
pressed its "deep gratitude" to the
Netherlands Government for pro-
tecting its interests in Russia dur-
ing the period when relations be-
tween Moscow and Tel Aviv were
ruptured.
MSA Funds
To Near East
Are In Peril
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
fate of United States Mutual Se-
curity aid to Israel hung in the
balance this week as Congress be-
gan work on a MSA appropriations
bill which includes approximately
the same amount of aid for Israel
as contained in last year's legisla-
tion.
An. authorization bill favoring Is-
rael has already been acted upon
by Congress, but the appropriations
bill is necessary to actually make
the authorized funds available. Is-
rael is to get somewhere between
$65,000,000 and $70,000,000 in ec-
onomic aid, $1,500,000 in Point
Four funds and will share in
$50,000,000 of military funds ear-
marked for Israel and the Arab
states to be dispensed at the dis-
cretion of the President.
President Eisenhower asked Con-
1 gress to vote $5,124,000,000 in new
; money for the foreign aid program
' this year. But the House appropri-
ations subcommittee voted this
I week to cut the request by about
; $700,000,000 leaving $4,400,000,000
j for foreign aid money.
In addition to this cut in new
funds, the subcommittee voted to
| rescind $400,000,000 of the $10,-
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Western Powers Oppose Move Of
Israeli's Capitol To Jerusalem
Israeli y**r d,e ^ -ilready tottering under
ConM from P- o{ ^ ||p-
the Israeli move ^ ^
InPan,,heQualdOr>r^n- ** J ^^ .*,
td that France would not recog o ^ lN ^a t0 tne Palestine ton
rite the move ana pointed out that ciljatjon Commission
a; long as three months ago. the ^ influential London Econo-
French Government had indicated m$x in editorial this week on
that it would not recognize such a tfae lsne\l move, commented that
dedstflfL "hich it considers con- bv ,aclt ^^nt of the Powers,
rarv to the United Nations procla- ^ idea o{ M international Jem
nation of Jerusalem"? international salem )s therefore a dead letter "
character. France's role in the u su-geste v* .. _j ;*. Jflfim t.i main- rUia ik> oin" h*-
Near East and its desire to main
tain good relations with Syria and
ties start bridging the gap" be-
tween the two sets of Jerusalemites
tain swu ic-ww.w -.- rween me i.> -"------------
Lebanon are considered a reason ^p^ted by the barbed wire be-
*.- -* ___. _<* Tn>1nnn itTll-
tween Israeli and Jordanian Jem
for its stand.
On the other hand, several r-|Salem.
tign missions acknowledged re-,
ceipt of the ministry's notification DanZineer Weds
The Greek envoy was the first for- US* """""S"
eign envoy to visit the new head HaiTV SimonhOII
quarters of the ministry in Jem- ( Announcement of the mamage
ralem. and the Netherlands envoy ^ Hmt). Silnonhoff. 5295
was expected to pay a formal visit ( Sortb gayshore Drive, and Use
It was also indicated that \ugo- D>nIlngOT on juiy 3rd, in New
-lavia would move her lcsat,on York City, was confirmed here this
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on the yKeii
ministers return from Belgrade N>w$ o( the wed(jing came as a
Meanwhile, the six Arab states eurprist t0 simonhoffs many
made their anticipated protest to inenia ,n tne Greater Miami area.
the United Nations against the Is- Hf haj beeQ a ^dem here for
rael move. In the strongest pro- ^
Israel action.'
Bill Foils Upper House
Continue nwn Page 1
German Parliament to pass at its
recent session the new law for,
compensation to victims of Nan l
persecution f
This action is in sharp contrast
to the overwhelming approval giv-
1 en to this law by the Lower House |
of the German Parliament on July
>nd" the Conference declared
"This law is designed to fulfill a
major obligation which the Ger
man Government has undertaken
in its agreement with the world
Jewish organuaUons signed in Lux-
embourg last September
The Conlerence." the statement
continued. -calls upan both houses
of the German Parliament to take
i immediate steps to bring about the
' final passage of this law before the
forthcoming German elections."
tlnqhr W*m*M
nUDAYjMjJ
test" against the
The former Jewish Flondian
lodged with UN Secretary General;^^^ and ^.^ Arts Feature
Dag Hammarskjold. they denounc- ,vndicated writer is well known
ed the move as a violation of IN Mwmj {oj. his avlc and pmlan.
resolutions on internationalization .q ^^
i Jerusalem, as an irresponsible He haj ,ong been associated with
and unjustified" move and as a Je^h educaon movement.
-fresh blow" to pence in the Mid-1, M waj ,arge|y lhrough hls e[
I forts that the Bureau of Jei>h
Amaranth Card Party Education acquired its present
A card party will be held on Sun- building some two years ago
ay evening. July 26th at the Saga ~ p;nnPpr
-nore Hotel sponsored by Flamingo SCnonieia, I IOneer^
Court No. 12 Order of the Ama MiaiTtian, Dies At 75
Joseph Schonfeld. a founder
member of Beth David Synagogue
and a Miami resident since 1916.
died Sunday in Nee York Schon-
'feld. who resided at 1420 S\V Uth
Terrace, was 75
He had previously lived in Key
Weal from 1900 to 1913.
Survivors include his wife. Fan
The Women's Gronp of the Flag
ler Granada Jewish Community
Center will hold
^^A^kw a moonlight
A K truck Party at
o!r-*^l| r>fclli g^j, on
MCK %|ftiaturdjy eve
JP lung- July 25th
^ _, Bin charge of tick
*P wts are the Mes-
^Wfm lames Mildred
Newman, chair-
man. Marcie Cov-
Bl erman and Dinah
Mrs. Shapiro Tmcks
will leave the center at 8:15 pm
Scheduled are an open fire,
free refreshments, entertainment.
i games and prizes Night swimming
has also been programmed, accord-
ing to Mrs Newman.
Proceeds from the affair will go
I wards local char- chair-
ire Mrs. Jack Bernard and
Urs Selma Grossman.
Hebrew Free Lean Affair
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Association will sponsor a
.ard party on Tuesday evening, 8
m. at the Beth El Congregation, "e: one son. Abe. of Miami Beach,
according to an announcement this two daughter-. Ethel & rson. Coral
eek by Isidore Schwartz, presi
Gables, and Jane Kanter. Passaic.
New Jersey: two brothers. Adolph
and Jack: and tw Dora
Krug. Newark. New Jersey, and
of Los Angeles
California.
Services were Wednesday
MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH'

North Dade Rummage Sale
A rummage -ale sponsored by Shirley Juster.
North Dad<
- open today and Satur- ^....w-
- at The Miami Riverside." with Rabbi
Due. accord -hapiro official.- rment
the Jewih section of Wood-
meten
IT'S BUG KILLING TIME!
V .1. Frotflman
A M. Rophan
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth St*.
Hebrew Religious SuppUae
For Srnagogues and Private
Use, Also for Hebrew School*.
Telephone 5-K17
DAT WOIKERS S5 1 $6 oaj fare
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIME OR FULL TIMf
Mothers Helpers $15 Weekly
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
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Entrance on Washington Av*.
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Prescriptions Filled
Lenses and Frame*
Duplicated
Large Selection in Latest
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AND SON. WALTER
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)AY, JULY 24. 1953
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PAGE 3
iai B'rith Youth To Stage Drive
Miami Area For Canned Foods
, Sunday and IMhaayv'JuuT
and 27th, members of AZA
I BBG will ring thousands of
bells in the Greater Miami ar-
rhey will be the field partici-
in a city-wide canvass, the
Dse of which is to collect can-
Jjoods.
L canned goods will be given
Je J. E. Scott Community As-
Ition, 6248 NW 15th Avenue,
Igro nursery, the Jewish Home
Jie Aged, 190 NE 53rd Street,
lo the Variety Children's Hos-
6125 SW 31st Street.,
drive is under the coordi-
i of the BBYO Council of
Iter Miami, which has 18 chap-
land over 500 members. Coun-
fommittees that have planned
drive are: Orientation, Sandy
jterman and Art Jacobson; Dis-
Ition, Rosemarie Straus; and
(ibution Center, Suzan Lamm,
pe Lefcoe, Council president,
[coordinate the drive during
(ogress,
ticipating in the drive in-
l.Kl, C.IRI.S. BBG Ixiulae
M.ir.sha I Mary of Council, rtetny HIpkcI,
C mi.no w, Arlone Edelman,
| y, Joan Moony, Klalne
M, i Pta* Illok, Itunni Oott-
SK-rnfir-lci. Hob lllrncli, Ar-
izlilnu. Miriam Perrey. Mar-
Marlon Felt and ftancly
a-i >i: \ll, l!lt<: Sandy FVnt*r-
Bernle. Paillette Hren-
Llmla Brown. Iris Cohen. Jackie
Joan OeJlant. Rachael Harris,
Koiin.it, l.eni LdVlB, Flora
rltx, Jeanette l,lelx>wltx. Joan
! ,1,1 \V;i. htel!. Itita l-inkof-
lll.lred WlliMin and Itoalyn Zlff.
1 BBC3 I Mane Uubcnateln,
U vice preeldent, Carol Winston,
jrrombera*, Bbarrl Tlkce, Rom-
[sinus, correapondlns xeoretary
Bju-ll, arnl Pauline liauman.
I,KS. BBO Janet Sermoneta,
h Medcove, Huaan l-amm. Joyce
berg and Roberta Shavall.
I.l'.i; IIh Goldftneer.
BBG Barbara Breakstone.
iComraa, I'epl Granet. Joan
loan Gray. .11 >!..n-x Hadld, Irla
pi, Joan Holland, Diane Monk,
I'allav, Barlmra Joaeph. Bar-
lellrk. Naomi Sapperateln. Rob-
in. Annette Rubin and Paula
irn Pearl. RZII president, an-
that her chapter would par-
In the drive, although the
[of the team are not complete-
MICANE, AZA Sidney Ind-
[wanl Levlnoon, Jack Krataker.
arson, chapter sweetheart, and
/.A Don Mnrder, Alan
Jay Bllbert, Jerry Tlnaky and
iarech.
tin OF DAVID, AZA Roes
and I'avnl Kruuse. ,
Mlf.L'Rr? AZA Arthur Jacobson.
Murray Kane, Alvln Auerbaft-h, Don
Chalken, Alfred Meltxer, Anton Chap-
lain, Steve Stepkln. Allen SiYailkin.
I>ave Platt, Harold Goodman, Norman
VounR and Bernard Wolfaon.
Some 125 youthful members of
B'nai B'rith's junior orders are
scheduled to take part in the drive,
goal of which is 3,000 cans of food.
BUS-KILLING TIMI
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1001 W. Flag If r St.
Miami
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Visit On Paras at
I f airs ft.. A Snapper Creek
Swim Festival Is
Skated August 1st
A. Budd Cutler, president of
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, this
week appointed Bob Stone to direct
the annual summer swim-festival
dance which will be held at the Al-
giers Hotel on Sunday, August 1st,
8:30 p.m.
Cutler, who will direct the sale
of tickets, said that presidents of
lodges, chapters and civic groups
in the area will receive courtesy in-
vitations "in the hope that the
leaders will remind their member-
ship of the B'nai B'rith sponsored
affair."
Funds derived from the dance
are earmarked for the agencies re-
ceiving support from Tropical
Lodge.
Serving on the committee are
Jim Levenson, poster distribution;
Gilbert Lcvine, gifts; Al Budner,
publicity; and Ronny Fern, enter-
tainment. Others include Gerald
Spolter, Don Marks, Symour
Hinkes, Larry Niditch, Ben Gindy,
Leonard Uhr and Jerald Berkel.
Urawit Named
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The Provident Mutual Life Insur-
ance Company of Philadelphia has
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\gent for its lo-
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it 901 South Mi-
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Grant has been
associated with
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Croat fold Company of
Miami and will continue the execu-
tive direction of that firm.
In recognition of his work with
the Maccabee Lodge of the Knights
of Pythias, Grant was recently hon-
ored at a testimonial dinner.
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The North Shore Jewish Center
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months on Tuesdays, 1 p.m., at the]
Biltmore Hotel, according to an
announcement this week by Mrs.
Fay Rosenthal and Mrs. Esther Al-
perin, chairmen of the event. Pro-
ceeds are for the Center Religious
School.
MAL-KIUi
Petite Pops Concert .
Zelda Rose, program chairman
of the Adult Social Group, an-
nounces a Petite Pops Concert on
the patio of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, Town
Branch, on July 29th, at 8:30 p.m.
Bill Schlesinger will narrate.
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E the Nkai I ;- ;: A- do TassoVrf m fee
r.-.-.c.r.re-er.- that the OSSB bod ::.::.:;: at
gg ^: Israel _s redeemed cr.c that .'5
bvavjen ^ere utetxued -c resume fnendiy re-
- the no Korea would rap
brought : B :.::--; Street '.'?." efforts re-- ne-d
_-. laics tc hrina peaceful herder relations be-
-jt~- = Arafai ad -he fesn he Near I
A.-- :_-.;: Bived nations were LfiiOU c
r.~~er c: relief v..-. the _rJl-x c: tcn = cf food-
T.-.e Njich I'/ ct Ah merries an
--- eb >w_=h history and a symbol of all
infant :es dire-rea cy ~zr. "cast Ml r.e.c labor.
_ the Ninth Day :: At 5713 twid hop* for
he bfon ere pray thai -.= hope -*-.! seen be
fafly realised
Israel's Rt'ligioas Problem
Isrcel i move tc rcr.srr.p- *orr:e- rlr.mrr.a
exemp-.cr. ire mihtary service cr. :er.;_=
grcmc = ry p.-cve 10 r.e?ccme as s^lj.;;:.'.
for tie Jewish repcc.c s .. r.crv as were the
."r.e.-. Yea shall cases d-cmr America' early
cays z: freedom.
These rases estahl_shed ur.precece-iec aa-
z-zzzj; :cr US lecrl m-erpretotioa and set up
car Supreme Ccarc as a watchdog -r cr-iara
e fcmdamental rights r-carr.-ee-c ry the Con-
The Isrre. G-cverrcrient j new in c sirmiar
-:.-- Its leadersmp ^ -. r coaler, icr legal
ascer.dar.cy *.:- ace Cr-c-ccxy | seerru to
m -z- ace raKakMH r.c-cs ..-. M >wcsh Slate
ca- :;-:....- eipec every opportunrr/ to ex-
pMM v.e-se.vei arcd to hve c:cccrd_r.a 4c thecr
badttioaa] ideafa It r_sc seerj that z -ccierr.
encrrcent ji c ccr.-err.pc.-ary wcrld ~us- tare
cc-c-cccce c: preser.- day rr.ethoas as ".
relate c cc--erce lega. ^cr_rahoas cr.c :cr
Bmoa .ts e= re._=.-.-e.v. L=r-e; s lecde.-sh.p
^ beer. cc.-_sr--.y aware c: the aeeas of as
Orthodox bUmi .Ais^-.-r r cc..:.cr. rele
cs v.e.. jfce nfiggow r:c.p= ore :epreened
has beer, c rcc.-.ce -.-.e excres-c c- c-'-e
ser.;.-r.er.- ccc_-.;- -he r.^rr^ r: mccier- =t-
hood.
The contest fox legal ascendancy
Orthodoxy showed .tseH in its most extrera-
form in the matters of Schbach cbservar.- ad
secular versus relgxus educahca. T: J- -
Ben-Gurion has beer. -* i .
Ung the tightrope between these cr.rc= -e'I
of opinion. But the issue of
dox women who r]^^ __
grounds is a sarred-up hornsts^
The Prime Minister's success
dealing canicabiy with this se< _
problem may well establish Israe s L ~~t'~
tude with regard to nationally recognaed -
.-"--"--
r.c_c
or :r.le
BOTTLED UP?
-* Thev Xeed >Mme Time
..-.e .pp*:
case c: the West German Pcr-
Lamen: .-.as ir.led to pass tne rcvernment-
spocs-crec z..'. to .r.derr.r.jy _cr.vtr_rl v.r-.rr.s
ct Nrc. persecat.cr..
T.-.e revecacr. c: the b.ll carr.e on the heels
c: r.e Lower House s overwhelming approral
two weeks ego. There a. as yet. no sign that
-am of events means a change in attitude
cr. the part c: the West Germrr. rcvemment.
rr.c Jewcsh leaders srMh d_scppc.r.:ed, should
no- be hasty :.-. the mctter r: ccr.demncng Bonn.
-r.e Upper House which is mode up of 38
delegates frcrr. r...-.e ccr.sctaer.t states has rec-
ommended separate changes :n the ter. of the
c... Pccrtirularly. the delegates are opposed
to the manner in which the approximately
S-50.X0.00CI for mdernmhcation will be defray-
ed durcne the cer ten years.
They are concerned w-. -he b.11 s prorisions
dealing with -he s-ar..-.r of costs between the
Federal trees..-. e stales. One disturb-
ing thing about the fcrjccmina debate over
proposed amendmer. rill is that thev
may have to be halted m fevor of Germany's
forthcoming Parhamecicry eiecuons.
It is to be hoped that these difhc-ulties will
be straightened out before then. The fate of
inderrinificcticn hangs in the balance. But no
stalling tactics are yet apparent Kcnrad Aden-
auer and his cocliacr: succcr have thusfar
proven their forth _-. -heir desire -c make fman-
cial amends aar they must oe a.ven tne demo-
craac oppcr-um-y ct perl.car.er.-arv csrassxr.
t>efore being cnarged w.th ^wilL
Thev Want To lt< Friends
Sc.
This turn of or:
Jewish State feel
HI led s.-.r.rr.
Lecgue.
For one th-nc
Communist s.nni
recc-
But the res urn arc
r cos cnanaee .ts mmd. The
--s '- '-* r.er.as w.tn Israel
:~l5.Cer """'' "*'" ~zee ^
-:- -omtcrcx.e .ts an-
w.tr. -r.e sever, -..cr. Aran
--.e Arabs are new shorn oi
"-- tee ma-er of heaping
-empt ageenst an "un-
; ; ----"- i*: a USSR lego
' zz ----- "c cneckmote the
\i-- -.e'West
-fc-
he new Kseal
recen.- 3enc |
pcTrer rcntes*
Mbcs cuso mean
= sofcly m its com-
* Western dexnocrc
denhip makes itself
*! decimgs. Tne
i^Sectioc of the
>**crT- Malenkov is
B, SAM MILLEt
T.Usre*^
> Jessette Wolft pres-
cwt-da? Cerssssv's s>st srassiseac
Jee aad the ool? German tefis-
- -.- a SMMJ 'r'-e in
ista msiiistiisul life, was 85 lest
week.
Los belere Hitler tee wss weB-
kaows m eer sstive Westphalia for
her dedkstios heth to Jewish eos-
sssaai atfam and to socialist poli-
tic*, then as sow a rare comhtee-
Uoa Aa eareflH ssessber of the
Social Democratic Party siace IMS.
her social work for the Workers'
Reiief Ortsnnstioe earned her
btth posts in the juvenile aid de-
psrtsseats of the BocboH and Dort-
1812 on. she was also a pillar of
the Jewish community and a *al-
oos laborer in the vineyard of the
Jewish Centralverein At the sasse
tune, she fosad time to rear a Jew-
ish family and later on to ran a
boarding boose.
In the declining years of the Wei-
mar Republic, she turned into one
of the most hard-hitting and ef-
fective speakers who tried to stem
the ruing Nan tide For the Nans.
she became a marked woman.
Thrown into jail after Hitler
came to power, she was later re-
leased, only to be deported to East-
ern concentration camps after the
war's outbreak Her husband, her
grandchildren, her sons-tn law and
two of her three daughters all per-
i-bed miraculously, she survived
together with the one daughter she
had managed to protect in all the
vicissitudes of camp life When
mother and daughter tried to make
their wa> bock to Germany from
Riga after the Nan collapse, they
were held in a Soviet labor camp
for a year
Barely had they reached Berlin
in 1946 when Jeanette Wolff
again threw herself wholehearted
ly into the struggle against totali-
tarianism She was elected to the
Berlin City Council, where for a
time her sharp tongue made her
the Communists' public enemy No.
2. They even sought to kidnap her
In the street clashes that marked
the 1946 split of the Berlin rau
nicipality. she was manhandled by
a gang of Communists toughs who
smothered her with anti-Jewish
abuse but failed to daunt her spirit
In 1950. she came to the United
States for what turned out to be
a triumphal visit In New York's
City Center, she addressed a Hold
Berlin Rally, at which General Clay
paid warm tribute to her indom-
itable courage The following year.
Berlin's Social Democrats sent her
to the Bundestag in Bonn as their
delegate Both there and in pub-
lic electoral meetings throughout
Germany, she has been in the fore-
front of the fight against the re-
surgence of Nazism
She talks the language of the
n among whom she lives in
Neukoctln. the working-class part
of the American sector m Berlin,
and is obviously popular imnsg
these people, whose friends and
neighbors two blocks or a mile to
the East have just again demon
strated that as a class they are
probably Germany s best demo-
frats in a country where it is
ot uncommon for multitudes ts
be on first name terms with pout
ical personages. Jeannette Wolff,
nee Cohen u to her constituents
Ijdto her iumerable friends
i"Ply "Jeasjette.-' or evea the di-
hwrtive unser Jeanettehen."
When she takes stock on her
"rthday. she can look back upon
n outstanding postwar record not
*ly fa the political arena, sot
merely hi dfasamfieat: -^ ,J
ork-^
aesve Iron a t J
hi the Berlin
Agency but also :.- Jewfc* J
trvity of every wcscnprioa a taj
heads the
'I
reei
of the Exerutjre MM
ossea'f League ia Gs>
of the Social Wettare As*
cy of the Central Council of Jew
in Germamy. of the Societies ^
Christian Irwiih Cooperation
of other bodies as wei; Airs.
young at heart, she speii, f>* ^
tsh youth hi the Bonr. i
advisory board on yost
After the war. sb*
tempting offers to coa
tea or to Israel As th<
of those hi eatertaia noay j
saons about German> ,hc -I
aaases whether she did raegfl
turn them down. "But *bereoa9
an old woaasa tike ir>elf arrw>|
phsh so much for the taaagi I el
lieve fa*" she ther. : i|
self.
Although she b not a lawyer.krl
experience fa the formoiataafa-
administrattoa of restitntm sfl
lndenxnifscatioa legislatica a a>[
lin has been so valuable tag M
Bundestag Legal Comnuttet |
op when it begaa to hold bearaaal
the draft of sa overall federal arl
to in lit am ify* fadrndua: vKtnsgl
Nazism Bight now it is her nwjl
ambition to soar her hilfheel
parliamentary colleagues art* pal
mg this law before they steal
nest moath. la the week f kf
65th anniversary, so present cswt
give her grist*r satisfaction, ail
has archly toM fettow meaomrfl
the Bundestag who came < dhl
felicitations, than a speedy a) I
favorable upsflfag-out : the 1*1
by the coaaaBate sad a goafeefj
majority for it fa the full
stag.
Coatrary to assay appreheaomj
her birthday wish seems to be ee>|
mg true. On tae-festive day iatj
she flew to Berlin where the pelf
and the bumble, from Lord he*|
Beater to reeeatfyaiT-.ved r*j
gees from the Soviet Zone Osdai
to press her hand. There si
doubt that she win again be
nated and elected for the next lJ
destag. she was asssrerf I
Ob the morrow she was bstt l
work fa the Bonn pariiameaLB
tening to the coagratulatKios *
the speaker addressed to her *
opening of the session *l
same day she reieied an keal
dearer to her heart; she roe
troduce the lademnificatioi i*i
for its first resdfag and toetri
that rt be iaaaoesately reterre^ei
the Legal Cooaauttee wuk *
the Communists voting <>*?-
House did her btddinx
The next few weeks wiD\*
how the hiU will fare in "\*T
and third teadfag U *""
goes well, then the to<*mniffS
Law may yet he saved m the ***l
of time, fa the final ** _J
four year legWsttre term e^
eighth year of talk sboot its at-'
cy brooking ao delay ^A
But even soth s last m"T ^1
cue fa the hest -The rer*
Pauliae" euaaer will be norj
for her to take it easy t*V-7*
Too saoch rtaiafar to be *r*j
Gerssaa public life sod */^Z\
communal work. *-..
Wolff smilingly, while she aw- i
plan* for ataaapeaeakinc u*^
utTow^orSosai eleeu-{
4 far a eh* to Israrf *
as she can be ***
If tm^OJH ^m dnocracioB.
- -:^z^ '":' ***** ** 3.ens
hr Leo Hindlin u on v
which appears here, will be
B v LEO MnrDLDt
\AA/
The
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)AY. JULY 24. 1953
+Je*ist> fhrMbun
PAGE 5
nator McCarran Threatens Delay
, Eisenhower's Refugee BjU \M J\
PtM T
Continued from
1,000 and provides for two new
egories of immigrants to be in-
jed: 4,000 orphans and 5,000
sons who came to this country
ally but fear to return to their
nelands in the Communist
Entries of Europe,
leanwhile, Senators received
cs of a memorandum from Sen-
Alexander Wiley, chairman of
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
, which charged that anti-
litism has been injected into
jrts to kill the Administration's
urgency bill to admit 240,000 ad
lal Europeans in the next two
Irs.
[The anti-Semitism," Senator
ISA Funds To
lear East Are
(perilled
Continued from Page 1
1,000.000 carryover, making
kl reduction of $1,100,000,000.
fhe Arab states will receive con-
^rably more military aid from
I'nited States than Israel, it
revealed here when the House
jropriations Committee pub-
ed previously secret testimony
I Mutual Security Aid Monday.
ic testimony discloses that As-
int Secretary of State Henry
Bade told the Committee that
State Department planned
rier arms shipments to the Ar-
Itates than to the Jewish state.
link when you compare one-
of the world here with an
of the size of Israel, it should
fbe secret that our plans are
lo more in all the rest of the
wilefeJA#l. '-W Jarticufcrly vile
in connection with this bill, be-
cause so tiny a percentage of in-
dividuals of the Jewish faith is in-
volved in any way at all among
the potential immigrants."
Senator Wiley said he and 17
fellow Senators who joined with
him in sponsoring the Administra-
tion bill and President Eisenhower
himself have been targets of
"slanderous abuse" from "a poison-
ed well of anti-Catholicism and
anti-Semitism."
The Wiley memorandum said
that "by final favorable action on
this bill, we of the Congress will
be giving the only sort of answer
which that tiny, poisonous outside
minority deserves a thundering
rebuke a thundering denuncia-
tion of their vicious efforts.
"Those efforts are unworthy of
the respected, substantial indivi-
duals and groups inside and out-
side the Congress who, for fair,
valid reasons, in their own judg-
ment, oppose the bill," Senator
Diley pointed out. "I know that
these worthy members of the op-
position would disassociate them-
selves completely from the slander-
ous attacks by the bigots, hate-fill-
ed, discrimination-screaming out-
side minority."
-F# its Will Hold I Seven Lively Arts
Card Party Seriem\ friends of the Seven Lively Arts
The Greater Miami Jewish Con-1 will meet on Friday evening, 8
sumptives' Relief Society will spon- p.m.," at 124 11th Street, Miami
sor the first of a series of monthly
| games and card parties on Tues-
iday, July 28th, 8 p.m., at the Em-
press Hotel.
Proceeds will be used for locally
hospitalized patients, as well as for
patients from this area who are
now receiving treatment and care
gratis in the JCRS Sanitorium at
Denver, Colorado.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
Irving Metz and Mrs. Maury Pon-
cher.
Shore Democrats
To Meet Sandav
South Shore Democratic Club,
Miami Beach, will gather at the
Blackstone Hotel on Sunday eve-
ning, 8 p.m., for the Democrats'
first social event, a swim dance
and card party.
Chairman of arrangements is
Miss Celia Jewell, assisted by Mrs.
Ruth Handler. Heading the men's
and women's Planning Committee
are Mrs. Stanley Keller and Max
Appel. Hostesses include Mrs. Kit-
ty Markam, of the Miami Beach
Taxpayers' Association.
President is Alfred Stone. Other
officers are Max J. Homer, secre-
tary; Phil Zimand, treasurer; and
four vice presidents, David Glaser,
Appel, Mrs. Gladys Plotkin and
Irving Weston.
Beach. Featured will be a discus*
sion group on The Art of Listen-
ing. Chaim Rose will also be heard
in several dramatic readings.
FRESH! on the menus
of 25 million every day
There's a hint of wonderful things (
to come the moment you open
your Kellofg's Corn Flakes. Firs*
cocoes that oven-fresh aroma, then]
the rustle of golden-crisp flakes
tumbling into the bowl and, finally,
that wonderful first taste which
says "Fresh! fresh! fresh!" Join the
25 million people who will have
KeUofs/s Corn Flakes tomorrow.
See for yourself why they are the
world's favorite ready-to-eat cereal.
Jtfay be useoT
in all
Jewish home*.
off Battle Creek
r*\**s\~r'\^\M*\**'\****M*\***\0*'\**'\**'\**'\^'*'*'\'**\'*^
than in that one country,"
bade said.
^use Democratic whip John W.
armack Tuesday challenged
lident Eisenhower to lead a
against the proposed reduc-
in the Mutual Security bill,
kding a slash in the amount for (
Senator McCormack offer-' (
lie President the help of Demo-
in restoring at least $700,-
l<><- of the $1,100,000,000 re-
lion.
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PAGE 7
il Plan Marks
[Anniversary
fVILLB Fifteen iplfc
have been paid to hos-
he care of 193,871 Blue
Ibers who used 1,010,138
spital care, and 27,359
irho received emergency
spitals, since the Florida
, Plan was started by the
on July 15, 1944, H. A.
; executive director, sn-
are in making a progress
irking the ninth anni-
the non-profit plan.
demand for Blue Cross
against hospital bills is
t the steadily increasing
ip, which in Florida to-
828 members at the end
S3," Schroder said, "and
oughout the nation totals
44,000,000 members, or
of the population."
Post Meets
th Shore Post No. 677, of
kh War Veterans, met
evening at the North
rish Center. Commander
einer presided. Newly ap-
tifficers include Freddy
aartermaster; Honorable
robin, one-year trustee;
ham J. Kaplan, judge ad-
, "tJ
Shan't Chapter
Plans Utairs
jjf Jbich.W^ Parly Jb scheduled
Fy Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, for Sunday, July
26th, 8:30 p.m.
The party will be held at the
home of Stella Rosenfeld, 1601 SW
29th Avenue.
The home of Anita Cogen, 1620
SW 9th Street, will be the scene of
the group's regular meeting on
Tuesday, July 28th. The meeting
will be preceded by a box supper
slated for 7 p.m.
GMJCC Swim Party
The Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center announces a moonlight
swim party and wiener roast for
Saturday night, July 29th, at Cran-
don Park, Pit No. 2. In charge of
reservations is Zelda Rose, com
mfttee chairman. The group will
leave from 490 SW 18th Avenue at
8 p.m.
Spend your vacation in th*
Blue RMf Mountains
The Horowitz
tionher inn
331 First Avo., W.
Hendersonville, N.C.
31st SEAS ON
West Miami Swim Party
A swim party Saturday night at
the Algiers Hotel is being schedul-
ed toy the West Miami Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood. President Mrs. Irv-
ing Breslow reports that there will
be an estimated 190 people.
There is no -
ivernight cure"
r constipation!
it there is a natural way to free
rself from harsh purges forever
ge, constipation it not a
t" condition that strikes
lling. It is a profrrssnt
,d^a^-^
frocress 'of cok-
FROM OCCASIONAL
toy TO CHRONIC, /S
_ to a widely unreal-
u:\t~by~the way the
rt sYsriSfis abused
Teh year wifH stronc
FEZ COMPOUNDS TOO
[IMMEDIATE EFFECfTo
\OIIND CpTtRECTIVE RE-
overdoaing indicts upon
ligestive system an unnat-
liment which leaves behind
[digestive havoc. An upset
i small intestine containing
kshment to feed the body.
|on which often needs an-
itive doteand another
[into mewed muscular ac-
vonder sooner or later the
kxative habit" take* hold.
victims realize it. their
[has progressed so far that
' laxative or purgative dot-
longer bring satisfactory,
: relief.
THIS NEED NEVER
YOU'RE CONSTI-
IECAUSE OF LACk O*
'your blET^AS IS usu.
i casethere is a way
pructyfTlaTT-
.roCETHE I AND FLAC*E
TAIN DBFENbTNCi~oTi
Jheat bran, you know, is
laxative food instead of a
When properly processed
it yields smooth bulk
naturally what drug-type
i chimicaUy.
SET THE COMPLETE.
BRAN WITH NOTHING
WaTto-lessen ITS if.
~f nrKCLLoccTATr.
BRANTHE NATURAL LAXATIVE
CERFAI
Kellogg's All-Bran is shredded to
Tine, soft consistency, thus it supplies
bulk which neither scratches, irritates
nor inflames the normal colon. It
helpsas nature intendedto sup-
ply the proper consistency for un-
forced, normal elimination.
THERE IS NO CHURNING.
NO STOMACH UPSET. NO
AFTER-EFFECT, EXCEPT THE
FEELING OF SATISFACTION
AND FULFILLMENT WHICH
COMES WITH NORMAL. NAT-
URAL ELIMINATION.
KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN IS
SAFE FOR THE NORMAL DI-
GESTIVE TRACT.
YOU DO NOT COURT THE DIS-
ASTER OF FROcTfESSiyE CONSfT-
FATION WHEN YOU EAT ONE
OUNCE OF KEL
AILY, ANdTr
But. remember. Kellogg's ATI-Bran
is not a "drug-type" laxative but a
delicious, ready-to-eat NATURAL
laxative cereal. No "part-bran"
cerealin the amounts you usually
eat for breakfastcan give you the
benefits of All-Bran.
No exaggerated or unsupported
claims are made for the laxative qual-
ities of Kellogg's All-Bran. The name
Kellogg's on the package, a symbol
of health throughout the civilized
world, speaks for itself.
Of course. Kellogg's All-Bran is no
"overnight cure" for constipation.
There it no such thing. All-Bran must
be eaten regularly to obtain the nat-
ural and lasting relief you are tookinp,
for.
Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every morn-
ing for 10 days. If you're not com-
pletely satisfied, mail the empty car-
ton to the Kellogg Company, Battle
Creek, Michiganand get double
your money back.
I spent half my life looking for a cure
for constipation. After 35 yean I began
eating Kellogg's All-Bran daily. I haven't
been bothered with constipation since."
Mrs. Margaret Topham
300 W. Shenhard Street
Sagmaw 3. Michigan
Natural laxalin ctrl
Fine Koshsr foods, prepared in the
American Style by BKpert cooks
Writ* or phono 206 for roso
tiont. All rooms with prlv
connecting baths.
Under Personal Supervision of i
Mrs. A. Horowltx
JWWWWWW
1 cooks,
resarva- \
rate and
Shaking hands are Milton A. Friedman, pledge collection
chairman for the Killel Advisory Council, and Mrs. Rose
Lebow, president of the Miami Beach Women's Chapter of
B'nai B'rith. Friedman accepts a check for $4,500 from her
chapter toward the erection of the new Hillel House on the
University of Miami campus. Looking on are Mrs. Ida Optner,
vice president of the District Oiand Lodge No. 5, and Sidney
Aronovitz, of the Hillel Advisory Council.
Milton Friedman Is Named Chairman Of
Hillel Foundation Pledges Committee
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It has been amwranced this week
by Sidney Aronovitz, Hillel Advis-
ory president, that Milton Fried-
man, local attorney and national
leader in B'nai B'rith affairs, was
made chairman of the Pledges
Committee and appointed treasur-
er of the General Building Fund.
He will head the collections ef-
forts toward the construction of
the new Hillel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus, ground-
breaking for which is slated on
August 23rd.
Friedman, a national commis-
sioner tor B'nai B'rith Youth, has
long been identified with the ex-
pansion of Bnai B'rith in the State
of Florida, as well as on the na-
tional level. He named Stanley C.
Meyers and Louis Heiman as co-
chairmen to serve on the Pledges
Committee.
Mrs. Jack Wein. Nathan Adel-
man and Gershon Miller also serve
on the committee. /
In conjunction with the an-
nouncement, it was revealed here
that a check for $4,500 has been
presented to the building fund by
the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Wom-
en. Presentation was made by Mrs.
Ben Lebow. The gift marks a total
of $10,000 donated to local Hillel
for past and present building pur-
poses by the Miami Beach Chapter.
The fund was increased further by
a check for $1,000 from Hillel stu-
dents at the University of Miami.
The Student Fund was establish-
ed only a year ago. Presentation
was made by Dr. Donald Michel-
son, Hillel director. A third gift
of $500 was made by the Women's
Chapter of North Shore B'nai
B'rith. The total of $6,000 brings
the Building Fund total to a point
where "an appreciable amount of
work can be done on the Hillel
structure until further funds are
forthcoming," Friedman explained.
Aronovitz announced that the
present Hillel building had been
sold as the result of Harry Boyell,
Real Estate Committee chairman,
and Sidney Haskoe, co-chairman.
Both men are known in local real
estate circles.
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mgham Alabama, on July 12th. at
Tearpte Rmariuel Fifth Avenue.'rocalist: Barbara Fn
Kea York Reverend Dr In-in of the groom, junaar
Blank officiated. ianrd II ire Id Mr*-'*"* *"
The bnde was given in marriage' candles for the cm
- brother. Donald Jacobs. Ska! Neiljwed Mn fr
dreu of tee blue imported ed a waMa-length
chaMilly Uce over matching taf-'loa straptess go" *ItilL
feta and net ith fitted bodice and jacket and peter pan f*|
full kirt She wore matching lace bouffant skirt had
glo-.n and hat Her bouquet was satin and tulle She
white orchids and stephanotis. chkts on a Bible Her
Mr Julian H Eriick. the groom's laaaoa eeil was attached J
father was best man. act of matching ctnk
The bride i mother wore gray
tissue taffeta ensemble. Windsor
(loves and hat aad wore an
orchid conage The groom's mother ed the City College of >*"j
was attired in a gown of navy blue The groom raduaW\"I^'
chantilly lace over pmk taffeta and der Childer High SrhW
a matrhinc hat and gloves. She
on an orchid conage.
A reception following the
mony was held at the Sherry Neth
erland Hotel
The bride's going away outfit i__
a cadet blue French worsted suit
with white braid trim, white braid
pillbox hat and white orchid
e
The couple will honeymoon in
Acapulco and Mexico cty for the
The bride graduated fr*'
Huh School of Science
ssfl
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Junior College and at
wedd,n|rr0,bed CUPle Pl" Fil
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LY 24, 1953
+Je*lstncrkik*n
PAGE 9
rsonally Speaking .
Mrs. Joseph Friedman,
id, Ohio, are visiting
id Mrs. Fraak Gordon,
Road, Miami Beach,
nans are staying at the
[Hotel.
to -to -to
Mrs. Bernard M. Keller,
11th Street, Miami, an
birth of their daugh-
at Doctors Hospital on
Grandparents are Mrs.
feller Raff, Miami, and
Irs. M. Aranson, of New
to
a vacation trip to Los
[California, is Miss Bev-
at'l. of 1024 Pennsylvan-
Miami Beach. Miss
trill make stops at New
Chicago and Denver along
While in Los Angeles,
the guest of Mrs. H.
is the former Annette
liami Beach.
to -to -to
Mrs. Max Youngelson,
lichigan Avenue, Miami
lebrated their 57th wed
|vcrsary on Wednesday.
Kelsons have been resi-
for the past IS years.*
to -to -to
of Miami Beach vaca-
Duncraggan Inn, Hen-
North Carolina, in
and Mrs. George Gold-
Flamingo' Drive, and
|rs. Louis Krensky, 4855
lAvenue. The Goldbergs
V until August 7th. The
iill leave on August 1st.
/.- to -to
jis Margulies, of 2925
Ireet, has returned home
^tinning in Henderson-
Carolina.
to to -ft
each residents vacation-
White Mountains are
rs Donald Michoff, 5775
I Road: Mrs. Harry Mieler
er, Judith. 4147 Medd-
le; Miss Sylvia Schiff,
ns Avenue; and Miss
knat, 1940 Park Avenue.
lawn.; at the Lake Tarle-
ike, New Hampshire.
& to -to
! Mrs. Samuel Beck have
extended tour of the
fctes and Mexico.
to -to -to
|agenda for Mr. and Mrs.
i. 1735 Marseille Drive,
Wednesday night splash
e Algiers Hotel. Joining
sna guests, the Chasins
Miss Maxine Chasin. of
Miio, who is visiting her
id sister-in-law. She will
"(or about a month.
to -to -to
Mrs. Solomon Issenberg,
48th Court, returned
ton this week after at
lie Bar Mitzvah of their
Jdson, Steven Alen, at
i-ih Hillel.
Miss Rtith Brotmirt will _
Miami on June 20th to attend _
cousin's wedding in Philadelphia.
From there, she will continue on
to Canada, where she will embark
on the Sagenuay Boat Trip before
visiting her family in the Canad-
ian Eastern Townships. Miss Brot-
man plans to return home in Oc-
tober.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frankef, of
Miami Beach, are leaving Tuesday
for a three-month trip through Eur-
ope and Israel.
to if -to
Rabbi Joseph Asher, of Temple
Beth Sholom, Sarasota, returned
last week from an eight-week tour
of England, France. Italy and Is-
rael.
to -to -to
Mrs. Maurice Sager, of Haiti, is
in Miami visiting her mother and
sister, Mary and Belle Cupinsky,
of 2832 SW 22nd Terrace. With
, her are her children, Barbara, Myr-
na Sue and Jeffrey. While here,
she is also the guest of her in-
laws, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Sager,
2410 SW 22nd Terrace.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, of
2120 SW 21st Terrace, Miami, an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Stephen David, at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital on July 16th.
6 -to -to
Off to Hendersonville, North
Carolina, for a brief vacation are
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rosenberg, of
2000 SW 4th Avenue.
to ir -to
Mrs. Ethel Shochet has left for
Washington, D.C., where she is vis-
iting her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder.
Hints For The
Bride-To-fle
"Personalized Service" by Elaine,
of the Blackstone Flower Shops.
We remain with you throughout
your rehearsal and ceremony no
additional charge. Budget wed-
dings from $50.00 with same serv-
ice. Elaine, raised in an orthodox
home, is well versed In religious
ceremonies. We will show you
3 Dimensional pictures of weddings
we have serviced. Free consulta-
tion at your home at your con-
venience. Call Elaine at 58 1598,
Blackstone Flower Shops, 1240
Wash. Ave., Miami Beach, and 8871
Biscayne Blvd., Miami.Adv.
Mrs. Richard K. Fink
Naomi Zimmer Weds
Richard K. Fink
July 8th was the wedding date of
Naomi Morris Zimmer and Richard
Krieger Fink. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Mignonette Zim-
mer Curiel, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia, and the late Dr. Morris A.
Zimmer.
Mr. Fink is the son of Dorothy
Krieger Fink and the grandson of
Mrs. Moses Krieger and the late
Moses Krieger, who was president
of the Fisher Lumber Company
and a founder-director of the Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, Miami.
Newlywed Mrs. Fink completed
her sophomore year at the Univer-
sity of Colorado and will continue
studies at the University of Miami.
Mr. Fink received the AB degree
from the University of California
at Los Angeles, Class of 1948, and
the LLB degree from Harvard Uni-
versity, Class of 1951. He is associ-
ated with the law firm of Roth and
Faber, Miami.
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Wanton, oge 60, wishes to share her
small ooarlment for companionship,
located near Cables. CAll 4-1881.
Pred, Ribnick Will Wed In September
Mr. and Mrs. David Pred, of 1015
West 46th Street, Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Janjcje, to Arnold W. RifcV
nick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Rib-
nick, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The bride-elect was graduated
magna cum laude from the Univer-
sity of Miami with the degree of
Bachelor of Education. She was
president and senior advisor of Al-
pha Lambda Delta, honorary schol-
astic sorority. She was secretary
of Nu Kappa Tau, women's honor-
ary, and is a member of Kappa Del-
ta Pi, honorary professional edu-
cational fraternity.
Elected to membership in the
American Student Leaders as rep-
resentative of the University of Mi-
ami, Miss Pred was also listed in
Who's Who In American Colleges
and Universities and was a staff
member of Ibis and a member of
Lead and Ink, honorary journalism
society. I
Mr. Ribnick was graduated from ,
the University of Minnesota, where
he served as president of Mu Beta
Chi, honorary professional busi-
ness fraternity. He served four!
years in the United States Marine
Corps
The couple plan to be married
in September on Miami Beach.
They will reside in Minneapolis,
where Mr. Ribnick is in the insur-
ance business.
Miss Jaaica fr*4
Miami B'nai B'rith Women
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a dessert card party on
Wednesday, July 29th, 12:30 p.m..
at the home of Mrs. Herman J.
Goldstein, president, 800 SW 25th
Road. Funds collected will go to
the various philanthropies support-
ed by B'nai B'rith Women. In
charge of reservations are Mrs. B.
Segal, Mrs. L. Andress and Mrs. A.
7. Alpert.
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cts of 'McCarthy ism* Studied
)N FRIEDMAN
Itgraphic Agency
TON The course of
I" is being closely ob-
world diplomats in
[including Israelis,
(unction of all em-
transmission of ana-
on the internal poli-
of the countries in
[are located. Just as
ibassies abroad are
^st foreign nations are
by Communism, many
[in Washington are
indications that the
may be transformed
isolationism or Fas-
tations.
[nations, particularly
most immediate peril
El Union, are anxious
kited States adopt the
pe policies to stop Corn-
preserve freedom,
allies, Great Britain
Included, have already
It they feel "McCarthy-
|dermining democracy
("Id unity. They feel it
Bd Communism more
km. But the McCarthy
reproved by other na-
ly Spain, Nationalist
lyngman Rhee's South
lilies are interested in
ects of the right-wing
bey believe is emerg-
ing in the United States. One phase
is of particular and natural con-
cern to Israel. It is the question of
whether such extremism will lead
to a marked increase of anti-Semit-
ism in the United States. Israel
diplomats, many of whom are them-
selves survivors of Hitlerism, would
be less than human not to notice
the warnings of virtally all major
American Jewish organizations and
such outstanding personalities at
Senator Herbert H. Lehman.
Foreign correspondents and em-
bassies in Washington are carefully
evaluating reports like a recent
ominous speech by Henry E.
Schultz, national chairman of the
B n a i B' r i t h Anti-Defamation
League. "We have had a unique op-
portunity," Mr. Schultz said, "to
watch the professional bigots, the
super-patriots, the dark reactionar-
ies, under the pretense of fighting
Communismstriking not at Com-
munism, but the free institutions
which have made American great.
Such a coalition faces us with a
constant threat, for it gives sanc-
tion to bigotry and provides an at-
mosphere in which organized anti-
Semitism can play upon the fears
of people. With the shadow of war
over us, the danger of acute, vio-
lent anti-Semitism is always pres-
ent."
In emphasizing that the United
States must have the close coopera-
tion of the free nations of the
world. Dr. Ira Eisenstein, president
oa the Rabbinical Assembly of
America, warned that "we may
find no one to go along with if we
do not radically transform the
spirit of our so-called crusade for
fredom."
"Our allies," Dr. Eisenstein said,
"the free nations, already question
our loyalty to democratic ideals.
We abominate book-burners, but
we hesitate to focus our condemna-
tion upon those who apply the
torch. We denounce thought con-
trol, but we do not check its men-
acing growth in our own midst. We
condemn dictatorships because
they abolish civil rights, yet we
jeopardize our own sacred civil
rights. No wonder that our foreign
friends are confused and become
prey to the hypocritical promises
of the Communists."
Senator Lehman, who lost a son
in the war against Fascism, sin-
cerely feels that "McCarthyism"
subjects our foreign policy "to un-
bearable strain, frightens our allies
and degrades our national standing
and prestige abroad." In a speech
at Milwaukee, Senator Lehman told
how "the very unity of the free
world is being threatened, and our
own standing abroad has been en-
dangered not only by the antics of
these political vigilantes but also by
the actions and pronouncements of
our government, under the threats
and proddings of these irresponsi-
bles in Congress and elsewhere."
"Thus, said Senator Lehman,
"we have heard Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles p r o m ise to
throw overboard the covenant of
human right*, Which represents in
the eyes of the world the codifica-
tion of the rights of man. We have
heard him promise to jettison the
Genocide Convention, that historic
pact which brands as criminals
those governments which practice
mass murder and mass persecution
on the basis of nationality, race, or
religionpractices which the So-
viet Union is carrying on today in
satellite and subject countries be-
hind the Iron Curtain. We have
jseen the State Department's infor-
j mation centers abroad engage in
shameful book-burnings, frantical-
ly removing from their shelves
books whose authors do not happen
to meet the criteria laid down by
the little man from Wisconsin and
his fellow travelers."
Senator Lehman and other Sen-
ators have raised questions which
diplomats representing nations that
suffered from Hitler Germany can-
not ignore. Lehman told a Wash-
ington audience that "we burn
books, and I know that those who
witnessed the early book-burnings
in Nazi Germany must shudder
with the recollection and tremble
with concern for the fate of this
country."
Foreign statesmen are not only
concerned about developments in
Washington which they consider
Nazi concepts, but they are aghast
at the arrival here of the Nazis
themselves. The most striking evi-
dence of the advancement of plans
for the remilitarization of Germany
PAGE 11
was the arrival here under the aus-
pices of the Departments of State
and Defense of a delegation of *ix
Germany military experts, all of
whom served the Nazis.
The group will be headed by The-
odor Blank. West German Defense
Minister who has been linked with
neo-Nazi activities. Heir Blank will
be accompanied by General Adolf
Heusinger. former Chief of Opera-
tions in Hitler's Army; Kurt Fett,
former Nazi general staff officer
and at present representative in
the European Defense Community
Interim Committee in Paris; Heinz
Hueckelheim, former Nazi general
staff officer and a member of the
t interim Committee Delegation;
Paul Panitzky, another Nazi officer;
and Konrad Ahlers, an attache in
Herr Blank's office.
Among the topics the Germans
will study will be legislative af-
fairs. It is not believed that they
will be concerned about the prob-
lem of "McCarthyism" which Sena-
tor Lehman, the ADL and others
view so seriously.
North Shore Chapter.
Lodge Sponsor Dance
The North Shore B'nai B'rith
Chapter and Lodge will sponsor a
barn dance on Saturday, July 25th.
8:30 p.m., at the North Shore Jew-
ish Center.
"The Amazing Bennett" will be
the feature of the show. In charge
of reservations are Patricia Wollo-
wick, chapter chairman, and Tobias
Simon, Lodge chairman.
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PAGE 13
Will
fetteer
erg has return-
Ice in the Sey-
| spending more
Captain in the
Serai's office at
Carolina.
ii attorney is a
iversity of Flor-
sity of Miami
Hously, he bad
[with the United
Jacobson Show
lii Miami
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fi
ts during World
member of the
th. Odd Fellows
ation. He and
tide at 2240 SW
Miami graduate
iber of the Jew-
Bureau staff,
eived the Mas-
ial work at the
i Carolina, Chap-
husband's tour
A group of new non-objective
paintings by modern artist Charles
R. Jacobson has been placed on
exhibit in the show windows of the
Bamett Office Furniture Company,
837 Biscayne Boulevard, it has
been announced by Maurice Pav-
low, manager.
The oil paintings, which the art-
ist calls "studies in dynamic
rhythm and counterpoint" are be-
ing shown for the first time in the
Greater Miami area, Pavlow said.
Jacobson was one of 29 artists
selected out of more than 400 en-
tries to show at the annual Four
Arts Gallery exhibition recently
held in West Palm Beach. His con-
troversial abstraction. Trio, was in-
cluded in a travelling exhibit spon-
sored several months ago by the
High Museum of Atlanta, Georgia.
He has exhibited at the Lowe
Gallery at the University of Miami
and has held four one-man shows
in this area since 1946. Jacobson
received an Honorable Mention in
the international exhibition spon-
sored by Terry Art School where
works of more than 2,500 prom-
inent American artists were shown.
Contest Calls For
Satety Slogans
A S50 and a $25 bond wUl be
awarded to the two persons submit-
ting the best safety slogans by Sep-
tember 1st, according to an an-
nouncement here by the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Contest rules limit the slogans
to six words, and all entries must
be mailed to the Chamber's Safety
Committee, 1210 5th Street. Bur-
ton Kahn, safety chairman, said the
contest aims to reduce local acci-
dents.
LEGAL NOTICE
Tropical Lodge Party
A membership bar-b-cue and
and beach party will open a Tropi-
cal Lodge, B'nai B'rith, quota drive
for new members on Saturday
night, July 25th, at Crandon Park,
announced Gilbert Levine, chair-
man of the Membership Commit-
tee. In charge of reservations are
Jim Levenson and Lenord Lifshutz.
Tifereth Israel Auxiliary
To Meet On Monday
The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center meet on Monday,
July 27th, at 6500 North Miami
Avenue.
Mrs. Hyman Katz, program chair-
man, said that refreshments will be
served by Mrs. Pearl Berke and
the Hospitality Committee.
Mrs. Irving Zackerman will dis-
cuss plans for a swim and gab party
in August. The sisterhood project
for the summer months has been
| to decorate the interior of the
Temple.
A wide-scale plan to reestablish
Israel as one of the Middle East's
foremost breeders of sheep is be-
ing put into operation with the as-
sistance of investment capital from
the State of Israel Bond Issue.
Choice sheep are already being im-
ported by Israel from such nations
as Argentina and Turkey.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS'
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.* that
the uinlrr-iitH'B^. .uel*jug. to ntiv In
Imi.-Iii. Mf. under the fictitious name of
PLASTIC KI.>IU.ST CO. (Not Inc.),
at IIS N.E. 6th Street, Miami. IntenclH
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of 1 ;!. County,
Florida.
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
Sole Owner
7/10-17-24-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 1*1301
JAMES F. YOPP, I'latntlff,
vs.
LUCY I. HENDERSON YoPP,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LLTY I HKNDKHHuN Vol'l'
111 South Front Street
Wilmington, North Carolina
YOU AUK HEREBY .sum IED
AND Kl-.^fi iKEu to serve a copy of
your Answer or other pleaillng to the
inn of complaint for Divorce filed
against you b> ja.Vii.S r loi'i', in
the above-styled cause, upon THEO-
DORE H. Nr.LSON. on.- Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Reach. Florida, and
Tile the original thereof In the office
of the Clerk of the above-styled Court
on or before the Had d.ty of August,
IMS; otherwise the allegations of said
BUI will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED this 22nd day of July, ISM
B Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court
By: M. R. Ml'RRAY
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
7/24-41 8/7-14
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Association Head
Eyesight problems are closely re-
lated to personality and the things
one is interested in, according to
the Southeast Florida Optometric
Association.
"Nearsightednes is most likely to
be found among the studious," Dr.
William Koblenz, president of the
association, said this week. "Those
who do a great deal of reading and
writing arc among those most like-
ly to be myopic-nearsighted.
"Those engaged in professional
sports are likely to have good nor-
mal vision but tend toward far-
sightedness, almost never toward
nearsightedness.
"The back-slapping extrovert is
more likely to be farsighted than
nearsighted. The reverse is true
of the quiet introvert," Dr. Kob-
lenz said.
Whether eyesight affects job
selection or eye-use on a job af-
fects vision is a moot question.
Many studies indicate that myopia
tends to increase with long periods
of concentration on close work, ac-
cording to Dr. Koblenz.
He said that correction of myopia
is often best achieved by fitting
the patient with lenses that help
him to focus better at a distance of
20 feet, even though he seems to
have a near-point problem.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 1012S5
HALINA HILLOK, Plaintiff
VH.
SERAFiN BILLOK. l>cfendant
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SERAK1N BILLOK. 28 Cedar
Street, New Britain, Connecticut
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Mending to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. FREDERICK
N. BARAD, ESQ.. 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before th 24th day of
August, 1953. If you fail to do an,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia 21st day of July. A.D.,
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N. BARAD, EWJ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
7/24-31 8/7-14
LEGAL MOTJCE ..
DISSf>L.U7*19N!pt sartn'4*hip|
Notice Is hereby given that Jerry
Aiodlatore and Anthony Slracusa, a
co-partnership, doing business as
CITIES SERVICE GAS STATION,
located at 6K98 Bird Road, Miami, dls-
solved their partnership on the 20th
day of July. 1933, and that Anthony
Shacusa intend* to Barry on said busi-
ness under the same name an sola
owner. Anthony Slracusa will be fully
responsible for all debts and liabilities
of suld business.
JERRY MEDIATOR!-:
ANTHONY MRACUSA
KESSLER r (1ARS, Attorneys
4 8.W. 22nd Ave.
7/24 ______________ _^^_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OlBt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WEINKLEb MO/COR SHIRKS, at
9424 Harding Avenue, Surfslde, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CARL WEINKLE
AARON WEINKLE
l,K< A i'IIAIKIN
as co-partners doing
business under the firm
jSWH of Welnkles
Liquor Stores"
MYERS. rlBIMAN ft KAI'LAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/24-31 S 7-11
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27603 -B
RE: ESTATE OF
ALI RED II NICHOLSON, Pocoafd
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 aa Administratrix of
the estate of ALFRED II NICHOL-
SON, deceased: and that on the -lib
day of August. 19.-.3, I will apply to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge an
Administratrix of the Estate of AL-
FRED ii Nicholson, deceased.
This lsth dsv of July. 19S3.
MERCEDES II NICHOLSON
MYERS", HERMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys lor Admimsu jinx
7/1-4-31 8/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business gnder the fictitious name of
PARK Jl'ICE BAR A SANDWICH
SHOP, at 321 N.E. 1st Street. Miami,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FRED TOTILLO
MILDRED V. TARSITANA
Sole Owners
KESSLER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 8.W. 22nd Ave.
7/24-31 8/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 3071S-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
HENRY J. MEI.I.oY. I>eceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notilied and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HENRY J. MELLOY. de-
ceased late of Queens County. New
York, to the Hon. W. V. BLANTON
and I-RANK DOWLING. 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 claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date July 20. A.D. 1953.
HENRY J. MELIAYY. JR.
As Ancillary Administrator
of the Estate of
HENRY J. MELLOY.
Deceased.
GEORGE CHERTKOK .....
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
7/24-21 8/7-14 _^___
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11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1S0SH
OSIE DUNN, Plaintiff.
vs.
JAMES ROBERT DUNN and
DOROTHY DUNN, his wife, and
BARBARA ANN HARDMAN.
formerly known as BARBARA ANN
DUNN, and GILBERT HARDMAN.
her husband. Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO: JAMES ROBERT DUNN, If liv-
ing, and DOROTHY DUNN, his
wife. If living, whose residences
are 71 Oak Street. Trenton, N. J.;
GILBERT HARDMAN, address
unknown: ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tors or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against JAMES
ROBERT DUNN, not known to
be dead or alive, and DOROTHY
DUNN, his wife, not known to
be dead or alive: AND AI^HO as
to each of the above named de-
fendant Individuals, if they be
deceased, then all uiikimv. ,i heirs.
devisees, gram.. .....Iltora or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or ugaln.-t 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,
snld property lying and being In
Dade County, h lot Ida. and more
particularly described as follows:
The East forty-five feet (45 )
of Lot eleven (II). Block on. ill
Of MoFARLANE HOMESTEAD,
according to the Plat thereof re-
corded In Plat Book 5, at Fage
8. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that a suit has been
filed In the above named Court, by
the plaintiff above named, for the
purtHise of quieting title of the plain-
tiff In and to the property Involved
herelnabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your appear-
ance In said suit on or before the 24th
day of August, 1953. and In default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
feaso will be entered against you and
each of you.
IXINE AND ORDERED at the Court
House In Dade County, Florida, this
22nd day of July. 1953
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. R. MURRAY
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN EKSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
823 Heyoold Building. Miami. Florida
7/24-81 8/7-14
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 14J080S
NINA LOCHETTI, Plaintiff
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS,
etc., et als.. Defendants.
NOTICE S)Y PUBLICATION
TO: ARMOUR FERTILIZER
WORKS, a dissolved
New Jersey corporation,
13 Exchange Place
Jersey City. N. J.; .._ -_
ARMOUR AND COMPANY OF
DELAWARE, a corporation.
Union Stock Yards
Chicago 9, Illinois
O. P. GAINOUS and
LEVY (JA1NOUS. his wife.
Residence unknown;
LILLY CANS, and If married,
, her unknown spouse,
Residence unknown;
R A. MAI-oNE, and if married.
, his unknown spouse.
Residence unknown;
All UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees,
legatees, grantees, trustees, ad-
ministrators, creditors, or other
parties claiming by, through un-
der or against the estate of A. S.
DELINSKI. deceased; and
If living and If dead, all unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, trus-
tees, assignees. Honors, success-
ors in Interest, creditors or "'"er
claimants claiming by, through,
under or against any of the above
named defendants who may be
dead and not known to be dead
or alive: and
ALL PERSONS or unknown par-
ties otherwise having or claiming
anv estate, right, title, claim or
Interest In or lien upon the fol-
lowing described property, towlt:
Lots 22, 23 and the West 5 feet
of Iot 24. In Block Eleven of
WEST LAWN, according to the
Plat thereof recorded In Plat
Book 9. at Page 3. of the Pub-
lic Records of Dade County.
Florida.
You and each of you are notified
that a suit has been filed against you
by NINA LOCHETTI to quiet the
title to the above described property,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attorney, MARX
M FABER. at 412 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida, and file the originar
thereof with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 22nd day of
August. A.D 1953, otherwise the com-
plaint will be taken as confeaaed by
J day of July. ISM.
' E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
7/24-J1 8/7-14


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DAYjlJLY?i
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE My People. The; Rabbi's Study
will hold Friday evening sen-ices Group will meet Saturday evening
at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning at 6 p.m. The subject will be the
services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha fourth chapter of Ethics Of Our
will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Fathers. Mincha is scheduled for
Shalos Seudos under the sponsor- 6:45 p.m., followed^ by Shalos Seu
ices are at 8 a.m., and at 7 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening service- at
8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
dos and Maariv. Sunday services
will be held at 9 a.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 7 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
r?jfiS eTcSSSH director 8:18 pm. wig *****
". .u p,...;.!, ffin Natinnal Ton- Ian, Rabbi Emeritus, officiating.
of the Florida office, National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews. Sat-!
urday morning services are at
10:45 a.m. with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiating. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
* *
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:45
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky will officiate and preach on
the subject: Sabbath Of Comfort.
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m., and will
be followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily sen-ices are at 8 a.m.. and
15 minutes before sundown.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render
the musical portions of the service.
* *
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold early Friday ev-
ening services at 6:45 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Evening services are at 6:45
p.m. Daily services are slated for
8 a.m.. and 6:45 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
evening services al 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
David Shapiro will officiate and
discuss: Optimism The Eternal
Spirit Of Israel.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services al 6:45 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services arc at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Simon April will of-
ficiate and discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold services Friday at 6:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Max M. Landman of-
ficiating and assisted by Cantors
David Bagley and Rudolf E. Brill.
Sen-ices will begin at 9 a.m., Sat-
urday. Rabbi I.andman's sermon at
10:30 a.m., will be: Comfort Ye,
NOW^S
A flourishing Food...
A Refreshing Drink*
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening sen-ices at 6
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha will be
at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
i dos. Daily services arc at 7:45 a.m..
and at 6:45 p.m.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 7 p.m.. with Kab-
kil.it Sabbath at 7:15 p.m. Satur-
daj morning sen-ices are schedul-
ed for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever officiating. Kiddush by Dr.
Jack B. Roscnthal will follow. Min-
cha is at 6:iu p.m., followed by
Maariv at 7:45 p.m. Daily services
are at 8:30 am., and at 7 p.m.
*
NORTH OADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m. The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kant, 350
North Biscayne River Drive, in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Sherman. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when the
Bar Mitzvah of Sherman Kans will
take place.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mayer
' Abramowitz officiating and discuss-
, ing: The Need For Personal Hap-
I piness. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low, with Sisterhood members act-
ng as hostesses. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m., when
Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Rothman, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Rabbi Abramowitz will
preach on the topic: Comfort Ye,
O My People. Cantor Edward
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudath HurtItabW UM w.Of*
Belli David Rabbi Maa Shapiro.
Beth El^-Dr. .Shiiii.ryahu Swl.^kv. Or-
Uiodox, I..... SW 17th Avj., Mhunl
Beth ISeob-Rabbl Moaei Mefch.lott.
Orthodox, 801-111 Wash Ave.. M
Beth shoiam Rabbi Leon KrwUan,
Liberal, im Clause Av,'v *', ';,,.
Beth Tfiiah Rabbi Joseph ''"'k!',V
iky, Orthodox, :<''> Euclid Acs.-., mi-
Coar.;lOl.bta*--l1.bb. Morrta Skop. IJb-
araJ. SM Palermo a.-. .Oablaa
Downtown Synagogue Ortho'lc*. l-l->
N\v ird Av<\. Miami _.
Flaalar.Qranada-io HW Slat r.aoe,
Hebrew' Academy Rabbi ^Alexamler
Grose, mil., i .x. his bin St.. MB
Hialeah-Miami Spring! ReVe l on,
Leo il.nil. Conservative, 9j1 E. *'
I,rVelite'"center Rabbi Mortojj
tvsky, Conservative, Ji>
Hth Tel Miami.
Kneieth Israel -Habbl Abraham ens-
wi, Orthodox, U15 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach .
Miami Beach Rabbi Irvine Ix-hnnan
Conservative. 17ul Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew School Hat.lil Kimon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 1MB Ave,
Miami. ....
Monticello Park Istth Street fltd NR
mil Avenue, North Miami lleacn.
North Dade Ital.l.l Many i:tl:ni!t-r,
Conaervatlve, IS6S0 W. Dixie High-
way, North Miami.
North Shore Rabbi Mayor AbratDO-
witx. Conaervatlve, 620 T.'.th St..
Miami lloach. _
Temple laraelDr. Joaeph Naiot, Re-
form. 1*7 NK Itth Si Miami.
Temple Sinai. The Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, Rabbi David
Shapiro, Conaervatlve, MM i'"lk. St..
Hollywood.
Tifereth Israel 6.100 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami.
West Miami- Italil.i Alfred Waxman.
Conaervatlve, ITM sw Hth si,
Miami
Young Israel Ortlnlnx, 4001 Chaae
Ave.. Miami Rea Zamora Rabbi Max M Landman,
Conaervatlve, u Zamora Ave., Coral
Oabli i
Oliituariet*
JAC AM3TER0AIP
,,f :::"" RpjaJ .T.iliii Ave Miami
ritai-N; il od Toll Bin. Ho came ken
i- ream ago rrom Newark. nJ
where he wan a merchant Surviving
on, Charles ..f Houth Orange.
\ I Mervlrea were held "i Itl i I
i h Chapel, sTlth l>uilal In
Kebc i'. in.i.-ry.
ABRAHAM ~WEINSTEIN
H2, ..f 1.1" VVeMl Ave Miami I
died Julj llih ere held
the following da) In Hiwrsldc Miami
Beach Chapel, followed b) hartal In
Kinal Cemetery, Mi Welnateln,
,, ,,.|:i. (til, ii,,!. haul, oanae here
gevi ii fi om N. s York He
was a > -i i member of the Wortt-
S,.i v .\ iiiK ar.- t !n s-in*.
Irvine C, "( Miami Iti-m-h. anil Moe
and Hal ol New fork, and a daugh -
tor. Mi- Eva Aahler, << Miami Beaoh,
PAUL SEITELMAN
,-,3. of 5J50 Alton ltd. Miami Beach,
died July 16th He came here M
nd operated ayrup manufae-
turlng plan) He waa s Maaoa and a
Bhrlnei Surviving are hla \\\t-\ Paul-
ine, in.i a daughter, Mr*. Bonny
Bahla, i" Hi of Miami Beaoh; kmt
brothera and a aleter Bervlcei vrari
geld Id In Riv eranl, Miami
Beach Chapel with burial in MoubI
Nebo I metery
MORRIS SILVER
M, retired ihoe atore owner >>f 76.)
MW Third SI died July Kth. Re
came here 15 yean bto from i-ong
Inland, N v He leavaa hla wife, Ma
tllda; three aona, Herman, Joaeph and
Jack, daughter. Mra. Horia Brod,
all of Miami: a alater, a brother ami
four grandchildren Bervlcei were held
leal Prlda) In Gordon's Miami Chapel,
nil i.in lal in mi Blnal Cemeterj.
DR. LEWIS PALAY
SI, phyalclan here alnce ho came to
N' :n N*m V.> k in IIM4.
died July Kth In a hospital II. liv-
ed al ISS3 N. Ml. higaii Av. II, was
a diplomat of the National Board ..i
Medical Bxamlnera, and a felloe ..f
Hi. American College ..f Allerglata.
sunn...- Include hla wife, Teddl; two
daughti i Rotx n i and ICai aha, Mi-
ami ii.-.i. ii. and te/o itera and a
brother Irr^Clavelariil. Ohln
were held .ho ,*,,. ,, ,
Chapel, and btjrlal f...in,,,,**
BENJAMIN FELLMAN
3. grocery atore op,rni.,r n. .
rrth st, .nod Bund> Arofl
the Maaona and the Urou
hore aeven yeara a.. fro,
Surviving are hla ii,. ,. -
aona, Irving and, Mori ,n i^Tt]
L''r,\ Mr,", ',<'l'",l M "<->'l\
Sylvia lilaaa. and h.x w"J*B
Servliea were held M..fia,vi!l
ilon'a Miami Chapol, with kli
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
BARNETT DOOIN
81, retired merchant who Unesl
sw Itth Ave.. died Sundav u*
here two year* ago fn,m St.*
Cordon Funeral Honn- nu%
of local arraJigamenta
SAMUEL WASHTON
74, petroleum produ, Ii- di.
died Monday. Soi \
and
took place In New V. u, with
lde Miami Ileitoh Chapel in 1_
locally. Ho aaiM ben it v3
and lived at 1SJ0 S. Wnnisa J
Miami. Surviving nr>- t,|H w|f T
Matilda Waahton: two sobs, j4%j
Arnold, and a daughlor. Mrs
i:ilckman, all of Nee York
brother and a slater.
IRVING SCHWARTZ
60, a Miami Beach apartttMBt
and realdent for In ...u mm]
moved to Hollywood evert]
ago. died Tueaday. He lived
N Federal Highway, II.Kmood.
vivlng are hia Wife,
Schwnrtz: a brother, s
alater. Mra. Ruili I. man bo5]
Miami Beach. Bar rices "illbelir
York, with Beach Memorial Ch
charge locally.
SAMUEL RIVKIN
60, a Miami Beach ahoe stort I
died Sunday. Services heMI
neada) in lti\ eralde M<
Miami Hoach. with burial
He came here nine >. rs art j
lived at S36 Pennsylvania ati
Ini.iher. Morris, survlvei
Klein will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
a e
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 7 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices arc at 9 a.m. Kabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate and discuss
the Weekly Portion. Junior serv-
ices are at 10 a.m.. supervised by
Morris Newmark. Mincha will be
at 6 p.m.. followed by a lecture
on Ethics Of Our Fathers, with
Rabbi Waxman officiating. Shalos
Seudos and Maariv will conclude
the Sabbath observance.
let it ... or drink itl
thil !l ivmnwr'i mot)
vtrsutil* food* .
'i dOBS, with Ihs naturol
'"9 of garden-frsih
bteH ond purs home,
kitchen seasoning-..
Such a coo-o-l drink
. such a perfect
light meall HIGH in
nouriihment tOW
n colonei! Try 0 ;af
odoyl
Tt FLAVORS EVER
"f WHfs TDU
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Wol new wars te ser.e MeehKhesrf'l
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borscht
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AND
FINIST QUALITY I
THE ENTIRE
COMMUNITY
PROGRAM
oi
"M-tt ish Forum
On The Air"
EVERY SUNDAY
10:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Varietlt Features
Produce, and DirttM by
Flagler Plans Theater
Party On August 2nd
Flagler Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center will sponser a benefit
theater performance at the Carib,
Miami and Miracle Theaters on Au-
gust 2nd through 8th, it was an-
nounced by co-chairman Joseph
Masters and Jack Cohen. .
The films to be viewed are Thun-
der Bay. with James Stewart, and
Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, with
Marlyn Monroe.
A thousand tickets have been dis-
tributed among members of the or-
ganization by the committee con-
sisting of Mrs. Lillian Lang, Mrs.
Harriet Gerson, Bob Brown and Eli
Cohen.
Uvt Ahead
I.Hit' Ituih and Tvi\
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Industrial SAVINGS BANK
46 W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, Preside*|
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&g flealth and &,,,
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benefit, drn.rd from euraine and re.iLlmn, hoi springs and rlimalr.
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the pirtitreeque Ouaehita Mountains, This area Isas
a fasorahle eear 'round climate. Here in clear air
with the tang of pine, there", a lure te snestnlain
rlimbing, hiking r riding on the mountain trails,
to nrhitig, boating, tennis assd golf, er la sitstplv
sit and soak up sunehine.
SSS2 OI?1 Hotel K,,m.. L..swtoe>4r F-r-
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Apartment.. With kitehenellrs. In new swllding
*,' """' Hoor., bath., .it. and vapor batka. parks,
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in,ii,,,i.,| Bungalow (.ouris deluaa farnlistlng-l
sp.inou. ,m. Ir familiesi kilrkenettes. Cm-
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Room, as low .. S3 per dar per person (dossble
occur...,,,) .nd Assterlcan Ptan (including S
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^v TULY 24, 1953
+J**Mn*ririar*r,
PAGE IS
LEGAL WOTICB
p^^^rL^CT,T,0U
LrYNCE 18 "KRKItY GIVEN UisA
undersigned, dealrinf to encage In
r. under the flctitlou* name of
KmRA GIFT SHOP. at 956 Nor-
Is* Vrlv" Miami Beach. Intend.
?n il.tVr -aid name with the Clerk
gf,U?t Court of Dade County.
Prllil ANNA KOPKIND
nVNFR MANNHEIMER
w*55 A.nn"Kop,,,nd
t-21-31 /"
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
t.VBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
InFOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
[* Tn CHANCERY No. I617
%U El'TII KAVW|miff
Iror iBViNa oravitz. is west
Ml Street, Brooklyn, New York, are
Bired to serve a copy pf your Ana-
Cr tu the Bill Complaint for DJ.
,', on I'l.iintlffs solicitor anil file
^original In the office of the Clark
I this Court on or before August 14,
*l otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesao
m"bo enter.'! against you.
n*TEI>: July 30. 1953.
E H LEATHRRsfAN. Clerk
Bj It II. RICE, JR..
h^\) Deputy Clark
Ial .'IN ENOLANDM
fcllcitor for Plaintiff
ll Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fta.
4.n 8/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
AhnV|rUHniUr?JC,AL CIRCUIT!""
AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOn
JEAN DOWD, Plaintiff, ""' """
?a
CHARLES HENRY DOWD, JR..
NOTICE BY k0LICATloNd*nt
TO: CHAHLEH HKNKY DOWD JR
13* lloydon Avanue,
Maplewood, New Jersey.
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon the Plaintiffs attorney, Mull
TON ROTHENBEKU, 410 L ncoin
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original in the office f ,hp ,-lerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
-KfUKl .17L WM: 'hrwlaa. ...Id Bill
will Be taken aa confessed by you
I>ated thla 16th day of July, AD.
1909.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
GSSU 8/7 D*PUty C"rk-
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
StH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
iHANCERY No. 1t14
"l)IA KOWANDA KLENK.
;,A Plaintiff.
11 HliitT FREDERICK KLENK.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
b- ALBERT UtEDERICK KLENK
Hi W. l-'oth Street
N, York, New York
Yi >l" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
L,t i mil ..f I'omplalnt for Divorce
bis been filed axalnat you and you
, Bereb) le.pilred to aerve a copy
your Answer to the Bill of Com-
Ji.iim i>n Plaintiff's attorney and to
Jl the original Answer in the office
If UK Clerk of the Circuit Court, on
\ Before Ihe 17th day of August.
:C1: otherwise, the allegations of said
[fill vt Complaint will be taken aa
f. i*i d against you.
U this l.th day of July. 19S3.
i; ll l.KATHBBMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By It H RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk (seal)
|;KU:>il-: I TALIANOFF
J\tioi ,.-\ for Plaintiff
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
Seal)
17:1-31 3/7
In THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
prsi AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30808-B
I Bet ksta'BM ii'
USE I ELLIS, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!"> All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You, .iii k''.iii. ci und required to present any
lubju ..ml ilemands which,, you. or
liner of vou, may have against the
I-:*!' of LEE I ELLIS, deceased late
II Dad. County, Horlda, to the Hon.
roast) Judges of Dade County, and
pit the sama in their office In the
[ i <''>urthouse In Dade County,
kirldn, within eight calendar months
the date of the first publication
itTeof. Said claims or demands to
I Hie legal address of the claim -
lint and to be IWOEJI t" and presented
aforesaid, or same will be barred.
IJ" of the 1933 Probate

lulv 14, AD. 195J.
SARAH Kl.I.IS
\ Bxecutor Of the Last Will
' nil.-Hi of
I.KK .1 ELLIS, Deceased.
\ SHAPlRi a PRIED
1 1.1!.- ..f l J. Kills
:
LEOAL NOTICE
In the circuit court of the
i'th judicial circuit in and
for dade county, florida. in
fHANCERY No 1W663
II1LTON U IENER. Plaintiff.
pERTRCIiK WIENER. Defendant.
ORUEK "1 ll'BLICATION ___
'.'.l-HTl:: |.K WIENER, 178 E.
i.Hi street, llr < AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
I""* a Hill of i'omplalnt for Divorce
J.is been filed against you and you
i""""'1 aerve a oopy of your
'"wer on the Ilalntlffa attorney and
kr .k ,.,"rlslnal Answer in the office
i..f~." ."k "' ,ne Circuit Court on.or
rore the 3rd day of August, 151;
I'.":''*'''" Ju'lgment by default will be
l..a i"-'''"-! >ou for the relief de-
f U s' ,v"," "m or Complaint.
L.'N'.M. AMi iiRDKRED at Miami,
fl^rlda, this ]t day of July. 19S3.
' I'. l.EATHKRMAN.
'lerk of Circuit Court
|> V. H MacI.ARBN.
[.p/,,.,. Deputy Clerk (seal)
i.EOFt.,1. .1 TAI.IANOFF, ESQ.
;\l"; lor Plaintiff
-10-17-''I4 Uo*d' Mlaml Becu. P**-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NOTi i. ,NAME UW
IwV ,' IS !"^'By GIVBN that
Icrsigned. desiring t engage In
['pARrxW8* 8o,e wn,r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I n "' Da'"' unty. Florida.
IJlAItx KABER MANUEI' 8RTLIN
51 TAie.C^2r JUD'B COURT
c-N-.el? ,.1" OAO COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30537-B
In l.: KSTATK (if
ANGELES MIRO, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors- and All Persona Hav-
IP*^ ^i"!* or Amanda Against
Bald Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
cut lias and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of A NOBLES MIRO, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING. County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
smiie In his cfrici- 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 presented
as aforesaid, or same will be* barred.
Baa Section 120 of the 193J Probate
Act.
Date July I, AD ISiJ.
RALPH H. MIRO,
As Executor of the Last Will
and testament of
ANGELES MIRO. Deceased
DAVID LEVINE
Attorney for Estate of
Angeles Miro
I S3 N.W. 12th Ave.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30446-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
EDWIN L. RIX. 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 agnlnxt the
estate of EDWIN L. K1X. deceased
late of Dade County, 1 lorlda, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar month* from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date July 13. A.D. 1953.
MJCHAL M. lSEMlKRG
Aa Administrator CI'M
TESTAMENT!) ANNEXO
of the estate of
EDWIN L, RIX. Deceased.
MICHAEL. M. ISENBKRO
Attorney tor Administrator
Cam Testamento Annexo
1407 Blseayne Did*-., Miami, Fla.
7/17-21-31 g/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
CHANCERY. No. 1*0778
FRRD OIBSON, Plaintiff.
\ >-
I.KI.A WILLIAMS, and 1f married,
. her husband. Wfriidant*.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF FLnltlDA
TO: LEI.A WILLIAMS, If living, and
If married. WILLIAMS.
her husband, whose residences
are unknown: ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tor* or other parties claiming by.
through, uuUer or against LELA
WILLIAMS, not known to be
dead or alive, and if married,
i 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 I* the subject
matter of thla suit, said property
lying and being In Dade County.
Florida, and more particularly
described aa follows:
Lot* 18 and 20, MIDWAY, ac-
cording to the PUt thereof re-
corded in Plat Book 3. at Page
177. of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
Plaintiff above na-ined, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the plaintiff
In and to the property Involved here-
Inahovo described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDKRF.D
AND REQUIRED to file your uppear-
ance In said suit on or before the 7th
day of August. 1953, and ill default
of such Appearance, a -Decree Pro
Confesao will be entered agalnat you
ami aa< Ii nf > oil.
This Order to lie published i
week for four cm. utl\e reels In
the Jewish Florldlan. a New
published in Dada I'ounty. Flurlda.
DONE AND <'RDKRF.D at the
Courthouse In Dade County, Horlda,
thla lat day of July, 1SS3.
K B." LEATHKRMAN
Clerk of Ihe I'lrcult Court
By: M. C. ORJHCN.
iSeal) Deputy Clerk
ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
31 SeyboJd Building. Miami. Florida
DEGAi NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.._, NAME LAW
tK OTiCE.IS "KREBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
V7A|, U DBS7- 8T>RE. at 2441 8.W.
fZ.il .V Mlam|. Ela.. Intend to reg-
"ie mi!"!? nttme wl,h ,he Cler ot tn
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
HOSE WYNN
irieaH. uo MARr OSOFF
KLSSLER GARS
iLT."""1 ,or AlP"cants
s.W. 22nd Avenue
7/24-31 g/y-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-____ NAME LAW
,k^OTICE.U' PBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
DAISY S ORIGINALS, at 700 N.E. 1st
aiu3'*nM '..{?";: In"'nd lo register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit I ourt of Dade County, Florida
RENATO LEVI
vt-o U.UBERT ORVIETO
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
> Seyhold Building
7/24-31 8/7-14
im XMj'S!t^V DUPLICATION
Ji sTJli-e:,'RCU,T COURT OF THE
5.LKftItTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 101S
BERTHA ELIZABETH O'DONNELl!
Vi Plaintiff,
EDWARD JOHN O'DONNELL
TO: EDWARD JOHN O'rxxVNELL"
M-42 Gray Street. Middle Village
Long Island, New York
You are required to aerve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plalntlffa
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10th
?"y ?i..A,,"u"t' A D- 1,5S: otherwise.
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
aa confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
7th day of July, 19.')3.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
,. By: M c- GREEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
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 1613
ALTON ROAD, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr
cult Court of Dade I'ounty. Florida.
CHARLB8 TA1BL
Sole Owner
LEONARD KALISli
Attorney tor Applicant
looi Iml'ont Hidg.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli.i undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
L & F LUNCHEONETTE, at 204*
N.W. 7th AYenue, Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
LUCILLE STRAKELE
KESSLER & GABS
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 Dal......I
RACK SUPER SKIlVli'l'.'. at l>;7 West
FlagWr Street, Miami, intend to reg-
Ister Bald name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
KAY I'.EItltIN
WALTER KAYi:
owners)
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN that
t)ie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAKE MASTERS BAKERY, at 6747
Bird Drive, t'oral Cables, Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I: K.N.I A Ml N UOLDEN
1SADORE FOGEL
SHEINER at SPIELER %
Attorneys for Applicants
304 Roper Bldg, Miami 32, Fla.
7/17-34-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHHBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
THE BOOTERY, at 272 Miracle Mile,
Coral Gables, Florida, intend* to reg-
ister aald name with the Clerk of, the
Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida.
JOSEPH HYMAN. Sole Owner
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
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 1S51-S3-35
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
WOLFE MENDELZYS
MIRIAM mknuei.ZYS
wner*
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for i iwhera
X/\u-l'-it-S(
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
*u AM*- 1 A W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th* undersigned, desiring to engage in
bslies* index Hie fictitious name of
20TI1 CENTURY manufacturing;
CO., at 2411 N. Miami Ave., Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dads Count\, Florida.
RICHARD HAMILTON
Sola Owner
7/10-17-21-J1
N
11
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT
LAW. No. 2894S
LAN VENZER. Plaintiff,
vs.
. ARTHUR HIRKCH, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: J. ARTHUR H1RSCH. 1301 Bay
Drive, Miami Baach, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Common Law action has been
lied against you In the Circuit Court
.'or Dade County, Florida by ALAN
VENZER and you are required to
aerve a copy of your Answer or plead-
ings to the Complaint upon the Plain-
Iff's attorney, GEORGE J. TALIAN-
-JFF, whose address I* 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original Answer or pleading* In
the office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court. Miami, Florida, on or before
he 17th day of August, 1S3; other-
vlsa. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
Dated thla 14th day of July. 1*53.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. JR.,
_______ Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TAUANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney foe Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
7/17-S4-S1 8/7
INITMI CIJCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DA&sT COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1*1108
CARLYN RING DUBIN. Plaintiff,
THEODORE DUBIN. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: TMEoiiiiKK DUBIN
60 E. 84th Street.
New York City. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
ha* 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 the
Clerk of the Clrcutt Court, on or be-
fore the 17th day of August, 1953:
otherwise, the allegations of said BUI
of Complaint will be taken a* con-
fessed against you.
DATED thla 13th day of July, 1903.
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
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE POUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 160872
ESSIE WALKER, Plaintiff,
vs.
ROOSEVELT WALKER, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Roosevelt WALKER,
address unknown.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's attorney, BEN ESSEN,
823 Seybold Building, Miami. Horlda,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10th
day of August, 19S3. If you fail to do
so, Judgment by defr.ult will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of July. 1SSS.
K II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
H\ M. C. OREEN,
(Seal) Deputy clerk
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.
Attorne) fur Plaintiff
823 S.yhoid Building. Miami. Florida,
7/10-17-21-31
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30165-A
In He: ESTATE OF
HARRY I. BCHEIFER, Deceased
To AH Creditor* and All Pernoa
* lng Claims or Demand* 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 th.
estate of HARRY L BCHEIFER, 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 claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented aa aforesaid, or same
will he barred.
Date June 26. A.D. 19SS.
JEANETTE ALTMAN
A* Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
HARRY L. SCHEIFER.
Deceased.
BEN ESSEN. ESQ.
Attorney for Executrix
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CANTOR PACKAGE AND CANTOR'S
LIQUORS, at 2031 N.W. 12th Ave..
Miami. Fla., Intend to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM CANTOR, and
ROSE CANTOR. His Wife
Bole < iwnera
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
650 He) bold Bldg.
6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIwUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th* underalgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MECHANICS TOOL SUPPLY CO., at
4812 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach,
Intend to register aald name with the
Clerk of th* Circuit Court Ipf Dade
County, Florida.
JULES' WERNER
NATALLB WERNER
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30619-B
In Be: ESTATE or
MICHAEL HELLER. Deceased
To All Creditors and AH 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
state of MICHAEL HELLER, de-
ceased late of Dads County, Florida,
to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING.
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 tins date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
uontaln the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
aa aforesaid, or same will be barred
Date June 36. AD. 1933.
LEA II. HELLER.
As administratrix of the
Estate of
MICHAEL HELLER,
Deceased.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorney* for Administratrix
7/3-10-17-24___________________^^^___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JOHNSTON'S STEAK, at 815 8.W.
18th Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intend* to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MYER STILLERMAN
Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN ac KAPLAN
Attorney* for Owner
''..Mi 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. 160870
ROCILIA RUSSELL, Plaintiff,
V*.
STEPHEN J RUSSELL Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: STEPHEN I RUSSELL.
2106 North Miller Avenue,
Richmond. Virginia.
You, STEPHEN J. RU88BLL, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on th*
plaintiff* Attorney. BEN ESSEN.
ESQ., S23 Seybold Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
cf the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day of August. ISU. If yon*?;11
to do d, Judgment by default will be
Utken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ash week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of July, A.D.
195*' E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I lade County, Florida.
By M. C. GREEN.
ICIrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
vt Scvbold Building. Miami, Florida
7, 10-17-24-31 ^^^^^_
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DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24703
RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES F ltBO&J>fS*.lc-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice la hereby given that I have
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rmal Discharge as Executor of the
estate of CHARLES K. BEDHR. de-
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Florida, for approval of aald final
report and for final discharge as Ex-
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LY 24. 1953 -Jewish fhrkUar PAGE 7 il Plan Marks [Anniversary fVILLB — Fifteen iplfc have been paid to hoshe care of 193,871 Blue Ibers who used 1,010,138 spital care, and 27,359 irho received emergency spitals, since the Florida Plan was started by the on July 15, 1944, H. A. ; executive director, snare in making a progress irking the ninth annithe non-profit plan. demand for Blue Cross against hospital bills is t the steadily increasing ip, which in Florida to828 members at the end S3," Schroder said, "and oughout the nation totals 44,000,000 members, or of the population." Post Meets th Shore Post No. 677, of kh War Veterans, met evening at the North rish Center. Commander einer presided. Newly aptifficers include Freddy aartermaster; Honorable robin, one-year trustee; ham J. Kaplan, judge ad, "tJ Shan't Chapter Plans Utairs jjf Jbich.W^ Parly JB scheduled Fy Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, for Sunday, July 26th, 8:30 p.m. The party will be held at the home of Stella Rosenfeld, 1601 SW •29th Avenue. The home of Anita Cogen, 1620 SW 9th Street, will be the scene of the group's regular meeting on Tuesday, July 28th. The meeting will be preceded by a box supper slated for 7 p.m. GMJCC Swim Party The Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center announces a moonlight swim party and wiener roast for Saturday night, July 29th, at Crandon Park, Pit No. 2. In charge of reservations is Zelda Rose, com mfttee chairman. The group will leave from 490 SW 18th Avenue at 8 p.m. Spend your vacation in th* Blue RMf Mountains The Horowitz tionher inn 331 First Avo., W. Hendersonville, N.C. 31st SEAS ON West Miami Swim Party A swim party Saturday night at the Algiers Hotel is being scheduled toy the West Miami Jewish Center Sisterhood. President Mrs. Irving Breslow reports that there will be an estimated 190 people. There is no ivernight cure" r constipation! it there is a natural way to free rself from harsh purges forever ge, constipation it not a t" condition that strikes lling. It is a profrrssnt ,d^a^-^ FROCRESS 'OF cokFROM OCCASIONAL toy TO CHRONIC, /S TO A WIDELY UNREALU:\T~BY ~THE WAY THE rt sYsriSf is ABUSED TEH YEAR wifH STRONC FEZ COMPOUNDS — TOO [IMMEDIATE EFFECf To \OIIND CpTtRECTIVE REoverdoaing indicts upon ligestive system an unnatliment which leaves behind [digestive havoc. An upset i small intestine containing kshment to feed the body. |on which often needs anitive dote—and another— [into mewed muscular acvonder sooner or later the kxative habit" take* hold. victims realize it. their [has progressed so far that laxative or purgative dotlonger bring satisfactory, : relief. THIS NEED NEVER YOU'RE CONSTIIECAUSE OF LACk O* YOUR blET ^AS IS usu. I CASE—THERE IS A WAY PRUCTYFTLATT.roCETHE I AND FLAC*E TAIN DBFENbTNCi~oTi Jheat bran, you know, is laxative food instead of a When properly processed it yields smooth bulk naturally what drug-type i chimicaUy. SET THE COMPLETE. BRAN WITH NOTHING WATTO -LESSEN ITS if. ~F nrKCLLoccTATr. BRAN — THE NATURAL LAXATIVE CERFAI Kellogg's All-Bran is shredded to Tine, soft consistency, thus it supplies bulk which neither scratches, irritates nor inflames the normal colon. It helps—as nature intended—to supply the proper consistency for unforced, normal elimination. THERE IS NO CHURNING. NO STOMACH UPSET. NO AFTER-EFFECT, EXCEPT THE FEELING OF SATISFACTION AND FULFILLMENT WHICH COMES WITH NORMAL. NATURAL ELIMINATION. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN IS SAFE FOR THE NORMAL DIGESTIVE TRACT. YOU DO NOT COURT THE DISASTER OF FROcTfESSiyE CONSfTFATION WHEN YOU EAT ONE OUNCE OF KEL AILY, ANDTR But. r emember. Kellogg's ATI-Bran is not a "drug-type" laxative but a delicious, ready-to-eat NATURAL laxative cereal. No "part-bran" cereal—in the amounts you usually eat for breakfast—can give you the benefits of All-Bran. No exaggerated or unsupported claims are made for the laxative qualities of Kellogg's All-Bran. The name Kellogg's on the package, a symbol of health throughout the civilized world, speaks for itself. Of course. Kellogg's All-Bran is no "overnight cure" for constipation. There it no such thing. All-Bran must be eaten regularly to obtain the natural and lasting relief you are tookinp, for. Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every morning for 10 days. If you're not completely satisfied, mail the empty carton to the Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan—and get double your money back. I spent half my life looking for a cure for constipation. After 35 yean I began eating Kellogg's All-Bran daily. I haven't been bothered with constipation since." Mrs. Margaret Topham 300 W. Shenhard Street Sagmaw 3. Michigan Natural laxalin ctr—l Fine Koshsr foods, prepared in the American Style by BKpert cooks Writ* or phono 206 for roso tiont. All rooms with prlv connecting baths. Under Personal Supervision of i Mrs. A. Horowltx JWWWWWW 1 cooks, resarva\ rate and Shaking hands are Milton A. Friedman, pledge collection chairman for the Killel Advisory Council, and Mrs. Rose Lebow, president of the Miami Beach Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Friedman accepts a check for $4,500 from her chapter toward the erection of the new Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. Looking on are Mrs. Ida Optner, vice president of the District Oiand Lodge No. 5, and Sidney Aronovitz, of the Hillel Advisory Council. Milton Friedman Is Named Chairman Of Hillel Foundation Pledges Committee Air CoaMfifhsaW RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THI "mVmmsm^MM A Unique Dining Exporionca Delicious TIAWTIOHAl miDAY MIGHT OWNERS 2.50 Unexcelled Jewish Specialties MLKATtSUM TO TAW HOME 1141 WASHINGTON AVENUE Opposite City Ml CALL 5-1 Hours — 11:10 a.m. to • p.r It has been amwranced this week by Sidney Aronovitz, Hillel Advisory president, that Milton Friedman, local attorney and national leader in B'nai B'rith affairs, was made chairman of the Pledges Committee and appointed treasurer of the General Building Fund. He will head the collections efforts toward the construction of the new Hillel House on the University of Miami campus, groundbreaking for which is slated on August 23rd. Friedman, a national commissioner tor B'nai B'rith Youth, has long been identified with the expansion of Bnai B'rith in the State of Florida, as well as on the national level. He named Stanley C. Meyers and Louis Heiman as cochairmen to serve on the Pledges Committee. Mrs. Jack Wein. Nathan Adelman and Gershon Miller also serve on the committee. / In conjunction with the announcement, it was revealed here that a check for $4,500 has been presented to the building fund by the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women. Presentation was made by Mrs. Ben Lebow. The gift marks a total of $10,000 donated to local Hillel for past and present building purposes by the Miami Beach Chapter. The fund was increased further by a check for $1,000 from Hillel students at the University of Miami. The Student Fund was established only a year ago. Presentation was made by Dr. Donald Michelson, Hillel director. A third gift of $500 was made by the Women's Chapter of North Shore B'nai B'rith. The total of $6,000 brings the Building Fund total to a point where "an appreciable amount of work can be done on the Hillel structure until further funds are forthcoming," Friedman explained. Aronovitz announced that the present Hillel building had been sold as the result of Harry Boyell, Real Estate Committee chairman, and Sidney Haskoe, co-chairman. Both men are known in local real estate circles. <24&


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)AY, JULY 24. 1953 *JmHstiFkw*itor? PAGE 3 iai B'rith Youth To Stage Drive Miami Area For Canned Foods Sunday and IMhaayv'JuuT and 27th, members of AZA I BBG will ring thousands of bells in the Greater Miami arrhey will be the field particiin a city-wide canvass, the Dse of which is to collect canJjoods. L canned goods will be given Je J. E. Scott Community AsItion, 6248 NW 15th Avenue, Igro nursery, the Jewish Home Jie Aged, 190 NE 53rd Street, lo the Variety Children's Hos6125 SW 31st Street., drive is under the coordii of the BBYO Council of Iter Miami, which has 18 chapland over 500 members. Counfommittees that have planned drive are: Orientation, Sandy jterman and Art Jacobson; DisItion, Rosemarie Straus; and (ibution Center, Suzan Lamm, pe Lefcoe, Council president, [coordinate the drive during ( %  ogress, ticipating in the drive inl.Kl, C.IRI.S. BBG — Ixiulae M.ir.sha Ii: \ll, l!lt<: Sandy FVnt*rBernle. Paillette HrenLlmla Brown. Iris Cohen. Jackie %  Joan OeJlant. Rachael Harris, Koiin.it, l.eni LdVlB, Flora rltx, Jeanette l,lelx>wltx. Joan %  ,1,1 \V;i. htel!. Itita l-inkoflll.lred WlliMin and Itoalyn Zlff. 1 BBC3 — I Mane Uubcnateln, U vice preeldent, Carol Winston, jrrombera*, Bbarrl Tlkce, ROM[sinus, correapondlns xeoretary Bju-ll, arnl Pauline liauman. I,KS. BBO — Janet Sermoneta, h Medcove, Huaan l-amm. Joyce %  berg and Roberta Shavall. I.l'.i; — IIH Goldftneer. BBG — Barbara Breakstone. iComraa, I'epl Granet. Joan loan Gray. .11 >• %  !.. n-x Hadld, Irla pi, Joan Holland, Diane Monk, I'allav, Barlmra Joaeph. Barlellrk. Naomi Sapperateln. Rob%  in. Annette Rubin and Paula irn Pearl. RZII president, anthat her chapter would parIn the drive, although the [of the team are not completeMICANE, AZA — Sidney Ind[wanl Levlnoon, Jack Krataker. arson, chapter sweetheart, and /.A Don Mnrder, Alan Jay Bllbert, Jerry Tlnaky and iarech. tin OF DAVID, AZA — Roes and I'avnl Kruuse. Mlf.L'Rr? AZA — Arthur Jacobson. Murray Kane, Alvln Auerbaft-h, Don Chalken, Alfred Meltxer, Anton Chaplain, Steve Stepkln. Allen SiYailkin. I>ave Platt, Harold Goodman, Norman VounR and Bernard Wolfaon. Some 125 youthful members of B'nai B'rith's junior orders are scheduled to take part in the drive, goal of which is 3,000 cans of food. BUS-KILLING TIMI 6* BUG KlUft Schraqer Drug Store 1001 W. Flag If r St. Miami We Deliver Ph. 2-0707 l RICOMMINO RIAL KILL 'ANT MY MILK lltM FLORIDA |D AI RIE S HOMOGENIZEl Vitamin "D" lOfc "rfilk Product!" Dacio Protected \TKMs. 2-2*S2I cater Miami Delivery Visit On Paras at I f airs ft.. A Snapper Creek Swim Festival Is Skated August 1st A. Budd Cutler, president of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, this week appointed Bob Stone to direct the annual summer swim-festival dance which will be held at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday, August 1st, 8:30 p.m. Cutler, who will direct the sale of tickets, said that presidents of lodges, chapters and civic groups in the area will receive courtesy invitations "in the hope that the leaders will remind their membership of the B'nai B'rith sponsored affair." Funds derived from the dance are earmarked for the agencies receiving support from Tropical Lodge. Serving on the committee are Jim Levenson, poster distribution; Gilbert Lcvine, gifts; Al Budner, publicity; and Ronny Fern, entertainment. Others include Gerald Spolter, Don Marks, Symour Hinkes, Larry Niditch, Ben Gindy, Leonard Uhr and Jerald Berkel. Urawit Named SptrfaT AtfVht The Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia has recently appoint505 NW 7th Avlue, as special \gent for its loal office located it 901 South Mi.nii Avenue. Grant has been associated with the American Ladder and Scaf Croat fold Company of Miami and will continue the executive direction of that firm. In recognition of his work with the Maccabee Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, Grant was recently honored at a testimonial dinner. ifOlla^*^^^* 1 ftabbl loaemh E. Backovaky •45 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3895 ^ =r YOU" II"' 7iodo •*" n ""•" iJernard iJeaal NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 319 ROPER BlDG., MIAMI 32, FLA. OFFICE 2-0507 RESIDENCE 67-3588 Weekly Card Parties The North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood is holding weekly chai card parties during the summer! months on Tuesdays, 1 p.m., at the] Biltmore Hotel, according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Fay Rosenthal and Mrs. Esther Alperin, chairmen of the event. Proceeds are for the Center Religious School. MAL-KIUi Petite Pops Concert Zelda Rose, program chairman of the Adult Social Group, announces a Petite Pops Concert on the patio of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on July 29th, at 8:30 p.m. Bill Schlesinger will narrate. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you. reef repaired nowi yen will eave en a new reef later '•aatlefaetory Work by Experienced Men" 414 a. W. tsnd Avenus PHONB 4-5SS0 aee or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4511 — 4-5981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. •07 Blecayne Bldo It W. Flaaler St. 0 get rid of humidity %  your home your store your office wJffc AIR CONDITIONING HILL YORK Get rid of that sticky, oppressive moisture in the air by the bucketful. These oversize YORK units can remove many bucketfuls a day and bring that mercury 'way down, too! Forget all about that annoying mildew and dampness. Live and work in dry, crisp, refreshing air all year 'round. Why not call HILL YORK right now for a free survey. # • AIR CONDITIONING • REFRIGERATION • ICE MACHINES • MAINTENANCE HILL YORK PHONE 82-1411 1221 • 1221 SW. EIGHTH STREET MIAMI SOUTH FLORIDA'S LEADING AIR-CONDITIONING CONTRACTOR YORK'S famout line includtf every slaw room air conditioner (revert e-cyclt heat) and packaged unitt up &f o IS teas. And remember too, every central pleat aow is warranted five* years.



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L I I %  PAGE 14 *. iwUbn^kHnr !" DAY jlJLY ? i RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE My People. The; Rabbi's Study will hold Friday evening sen-ices Group will meet Saturday evening at 6:45 p.m. Saturday morning at 6 p.m. The subject will be the services are at 8:30 a.m. Mincha fourth chapter of Ethics Of Our will be at 6:30 p.m., followed by Fathers. Mincha is scheduled for Shalos Seudos under the sponsor6:45 p.m., followed^ by Shalos Seu Euclid Acs.-., MICo a r.; l O l .bta*--l 1 .bb. Morrta Skop. IJbaraJ. SM Palermo A.-. .Oablaa Downtown Synagogue Ortho'lc*. l-l-> N\v ird Av<\. Miami _. Flaalar.Qranada-io HW Slat r.aoe, Hebrew' Academy Rabbi ^Alexamler Grose, %  mil., i .x. HIS bin St.. MB HialeahMiami Spring! ReVe l on, Leo il.nil. Conservative, 9J1 E. *' I,rVelite'"center Rabbi Mortojj tvsky, Conservative, Ji> Hth Tel Miami. Kneieth Israel -Habbl Abraham enswi, Orthodox, U15 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Miami Beach Rabbi Irvine Ix-hnnan Conservative. 17ul Wash. Ave., M.B. Miami Hebrew School Hat.lil Kimon April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 1MB Ave, Miami. .... Monticello Park Istth Street fltd NR mil Avenue, North Miami lleacn. North Dade Ital.l.l Many i:tl:ni!t-r, Conaervatlve, IS6S0 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. North Shore Rabbi Mayor AbratDOwitx. Conaervatlve, 620 T.'.th St.. Miami lloach. Temple larael—Dr. Joaeph Naiot, Reform. 1*7 NK Itth Si Miami. Temple Sinai. The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Rabbi David Shapiro, Conaervatlve, MM i'"lk. St.. Hollywood. Tifereth Israel — 6.100 N. Miami Ave., Miami. West MiamiItalil.i Alfred Waxman. Conaervatlve, ITM sw Hth si, Miami Young Israel — Ortlnlnx, 4001 Chaae Ave.. Miami Reauilal In • Kebc i '. in.i.-ry. ABRAHAM ~WEINSTEIN H2, ..f 1.1" VVeMl Ave Miami I died Julj llih ere held the following da) In Hiwrsldc Miami Beach Chapel, followed b) hartal In Kinal Cemetery, Mi Welnateln, ,, ,,.|:i (til, ii, ,•!. haul, oanae here gevi ii fi om N. s York He was a > %  -i i member of the WorttS,.i v .\ iiiK ar.t !n ••• s-in*. Irvine C, "( Miami Iti-m-h. anil Moe and Hal ol New fork, and a daugh tor. MiEva Aahler, < %  < Miami B ea oh PAUL SEITELMAN ,-,3. of 5J50 Alton ltd. Miami Beach, died July 16th He came here M nd operated %  ayrup manufaeturlng plan) He waa s Maaoa and a Bhrlnei Surviving are hla \\\t-\ Pauline, in.i a daughter, Mr*. Bonny Bahla, i" Hi of Miami Beaoh; kmt brothera and a aleter Bervlcei vrari geld %  Id %  %  In Riv eranl, Miami Beach Chapel with burial in MOUBI Nebo I '• metery MORRIS SILVER M, retired ihoe atore owner >>f 76.) MW Third SI died July Kth. Re came here 15 yean BTO from i-ong Inland, N v He leavaa hla wife, Ma tllda; three aona, Herman, Joaeph and Jack, %  daughter. Mra. Horia Brod, all of Miami: a alater, a brother ami four grandchildren Bervlcei were held leal Prlda) In Gordon's Miami Chapel, nil i.in lal in MI Blnal Cemeterj DR. LEWIS PALAY SI, %  phyalclan here alnce ho came to N :n N*m V.> k in IIM4. died July Kth In a hospital II. %  lived al ISS3 N. Ml. higaii Av. II, %  was a diplomat of the National Board ..i Medical Bxamlnera, and a felloe ..f Hi. American College ..f Allerglata. sunn...Include hla wife, Teddl; two daughti i Rotx n i and ICai aha, Miami ii.-.i. ii. and te/o itera and a brother Irr^Clavelariil. Ohln were held .ho ,*,,„. ,, Chapel, and btjrlal f...in,,,,** BENJAMIN FELLMAN 3. grocery atore op,rni.,r n rrth st .nod Bund> A rofl the Maaona and the Urou hore aeven yeara a.. fro, Surviving are hla ii,. ,. !" aona, Irving and, Mori n I^TT] L'' r ,\ Mr ,", ,< l '" %  l M %  "<->'l£\ Sylvia lilaaa. and h.x w"J*B Servliea were held M..fia,vi!l ilon'a Miami Chapol, with kli Mt. Nebo Cemetery. BARNETT DOOIN 81, retired merchant who Unesl sw Itth Ave.. died Sundav u* here two year* ago fn, m St.* Cordon Funeral Honnnu% of local arraJigamenta SAMUEL WASHTON 74, petroleum produ, Iidi.„ died Monday. Soi \ and took place In New V. u, with lde Miami Ileitoh Chapel in 1_ locally. Ho aaiM ben it v— 3 and lived at 1SJ0 S. Wnnisa J Miami. Surviving nr>t,| H w|f T Matilda Waahton: two SOBS, J 4 %J Arnold, and a daughlor. Mrs i:ilckman, all of Nee York brother and a slater. IRVING SCHWARTZ 60, a Miami Beach apartttMBt and realdent for In ... u mm] moved to Hollywood evert] ago. died Tueaday. He lived N Federal Highway, II.Kmood. vivlng are hia Wife, Schwnrtz: a brother, s alater. Mra. Ruili I. man bo5] Miami Beach. Bar rices "illbelir York, with Beach Memorial Ch charge locally. SAMUEL RIVKIN 60, a Miami Beach ahoe stort I died Sunday. Services heMI neada ) in lti\ eralde M< Miami Hoach. with burial He came here nine >. rs art j lived at S36 Pennsylvania ATI In I.I her. Morris, survlvei Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. a • e WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 7 p.m. Saturday morning services arc at 9 a.m. Kabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m.. supervised by Morris Newmark. Mincha will be at 6 p.m.. followed by a lecture on Ethics Of Our Fathers, with Rabbi Waxman officiating. Shalos Seudos and Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. let it ... or drink itl thil !l ivmnwr'i mot) vtrsutil* food* 'iw tL.Fjr, N. J MANISCHEWITZ borscht Thil tymbtl i, rvt Assurance M |G *T1KTI$T KAtMIUTM AND FINIST QUALITY I THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "M-tt ish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Varietlt Features Produce, and DirttM by Flagler Plans Theater Party On August 2nd Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center will sponser a benefit theater performance at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theaters on August 2nd through 8th, it was announced by co-chairman Joseph Masters and Jack Cohen. The films to be viewed are Thunder Bay. with James Stewart, and Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, with Marlyn Monroe. A thousand tickets have been distributed among members of the organization by the committee consisting of Mrs. Lillian Lang, Mrs. Harriet Gerson, Bob Brown and Eli Cohen. Uvt Ahead I.Hit' Ituih and Tvi\ Ask about our Save for-Success Plan Industrial SAVINGS BANK 46 W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, Preside*| LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THI SOUTH &g flealth and &,,, W|LJ>C.mpletaly Air-Conditioned with C.alr.l $,,,.„ *"'-* \f JAClV T/VR and BATHS benefit, drn.rd from euraine and re.iLlmn, hoi springs and rlimalr. HOT SPRINGS SIMON SffDEN | 503 S.W. 17th A... Pfc... M .54to YOUR fceofra oad happiness is MV business Vance Irvas O.nrr M,,„. r TIUPHONI HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK. ARKANSAS Tn newest and saost ramplelr health asset reerealion hotel in the Oaark reeion, .clu.ll. l-in in the pirtitreeque Ouaehita Mountains, This area Isas a fasorahle eear 'round climate. Here in clear air with the tang of pine, there", a lure te snestnlain rlimbing, hiking „r riding on the mountain trails, to nrhitig, boating, tennis assd golf, er la sitstplv sit and soak up sunehine. SSS2 OI ? 1 !" Hotel K,„,m.. L..swtoe>4r F-r•Jshed s.,th llira Medern Appointments. Hotel Apartment.. With kitehenellrs. 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'1953 +Jewish tlorkHan PAGE 13 Will fetteer erg has returnIce in the Sey| spending more Captain in the Serai's office at Carolina. ii attorney is a iversity of Florsity of Miami Hously, he bad [with the United Jacobson Show lii Miami %  "I fi ts during World member of the th. Odd Fellows ation. He and tide at 2240 SW Miami graduate iber of the JewBureau staff, eived the Masial work at the i Carolina, Chaphusband's tour A group of new non-objective paintings by modern artist Charles R. Jacobson has been placed on exhibit in the show windows of the Bamett Office Furniture Company, 837 Biscayne Boulevard, it has been announced by Maurice Pavlow, manager. The oil paintings, which the artist calls "studies in dynamic rhythm and counterpoint" are being shown for the first time in the Greater Miami area, Pavlow said. Jacobson was one of 29 artists selected out of more than 400 entries to show at the annual Four Arts Gallery exhibition recently held in West Palm Beach. His controversial abstraction. Trio, was included in a travelling exhibit sponsored several months ago by the High Museum of Atlanta, Georgia. He has exhibited at the Lowe Gallery at the University of Miami and has held four one-man shows in this area since 1946. Jacobson received an Honorable Mention in the international exhibition sponsored by Terry Art School where works of more than 2,500 prominent American artists were shown. Contest Calls For Satety Slogans A S50 and a $25 bond wUl be awarded to the two persons submitting the best safety slogans by September 1st, according to an announcement here by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Contest rules limit the slogans to six words, and all entries must be mailed to the Chamber's Safety Committee, 1210 5th Street. Burton Kahn, safety chairman, said the contest aims to reduce local accidents. LEGAL NOTICE Tropical Lodge Party A membership bar-b-cue and and beach party will open a Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, quota drive for new members on Saturday night, July 25th, at Crandon Park, announced Gilbert Levine, chairman of the Membership Committee. In charge of reservations are Jim Levenson and Lenord Lifshutz. Tifereth Israel Auxiliary To Meet On Monday The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Northside Center meet on Monday, July 27th, at 6500 North Miami Avenue. Mrs. Hyman Katz, program chairman, said that refreshments will be served by Mrs. Pearl Berke and the Hospitality Committee. Mrs. Irving Zackerman will discuss plans for a swim and gab party in August. The sisterhood project for the summer months has been | to decorate the interior of the Temple. A wide-scale plan to reestablish Israel as one of the Middle East's foremost breeders of sheep is being put into operation with the assistance of investment capital from the State of Israel Bond Issue. Choice sheep are already being imported by Israel from such nations as Argentina and Turkey. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS' NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.* that the uinlrr-iitH'B^. .uel*jug. to • ntiv In IMI.-II i. Mf. under the fictitious name of PLASTIC KI.>IU.ST CO. (Not Inc.), at IIS N.E. 6th Street, Miami. IntenclH to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 ; %  !. County, Florida. ALBERT J. HIRSCH Sole Owner 7/10-17-24-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 1*1301 JAMES F. YOPP, I'latntlff, vs. LUCY I. HENDERSON YoPP, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LLTY I HKNDKHHuN Vol'l' 111 South Front Street Wilmington, North Carolina YOU AUK HEREBY .sum IED AND Kl-.^fi iKEu to serve a copy of your Answer or other pleaillng to the inn of complaint for Divorce filed against you b> JA.VII.S r loi'i', in the above-styled cause, upon THEODORE H. Nr.LSON. on.Lincoln Road Building, Miami Reach. Florida, and Tile the original thereof In the office of the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or before the Had d.ty of August, IMS; otherwise the allegations of said BUI will be taken as confessed by you. DATED this 22nd day of July, ISM B Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court By: M. R. Ml'RRAY (Seal) Deputy Clerk 7/24-41 — 8/7-14 \ SPEND THE HIGH HOLY DAYS in EUROPE and ISRAEL i i j ..i-y| YOU ICEO TEA ITL1Y ilOUStSHlMG! ^ i K vm < (At Wholesale [ St., Ph. 9-0MI REAL-KILL SSCT80MB 13 OZ. CAN I Foir Eyesight, Personality Are Related, Says Association Head Eyesight problems are closely related to personality and the things one is interested in, according to the Southeast Florida Optometric Association. "Nearsightednes is most likely to be found among the studious," Dr. William Koblenz, president of the association, said this week. "Those who do a great deal of reading and writing arc among those most likely to be myopic-nearsighted. "Those engaged in professional sports are likely to have good normal vision but tend toward farsightedness, almost never toward nearsightedness. "The back-slapping extrovert is more likely to be farsighted than nearsighted. The reverse is true of the quiet introvert," Dr. Koblenz said. Whether eyesight affects job selection or eye-use on a job affects vision is a moot question. Many studies indicate that myopia tends to increase with long periods of concentration on close work, according to Dr. Koblenz. He said that correction of myopia is often best achieved by fitting the patient with lenses that help him to focus better at a distance of 20 feet, even though he seems to have a near-point problem. High Holy Days Cruise Tour August 21 Sail S'S Constitution Riviera — Italy — Switzerland Francs 15 Days In Israel Ho'^' Days Cslsbrations International Exhibition A. Fair Fourth World Maccabia Sport Fostival Ds Luxa All Expense 12140 — Cabin Class $1920 Oct. 20— Ar. New York S.S Queen Mary Ml GEORGE KR0NENG01D, inf.rnolionmlly known fovr ona Iravtl e ear eff, is offerinq his experience ana 1 know how of • quarter of %  ccafvry ia feiafcly i personal/red service jpecializm to inaeoensenf European itineraries. HOLIDAY IN MEXICO Ds Luxs Hotels SIGHTSEEING A M'U AIR FAIR ACAPULCO 10 Days All Expense 13 — plus Miami to Mexico Round • Trip 9115.60 SOUTH AMERICA SPECIAL CRUISES Moore-McCormack Lines S/S Argentina — Braul Uruguay Aug. 7th Aug. 28th Sept. 4th 3S Days Afloat A Ashore tl100.00 Steamship Tickets All Europe Cunard — French — Holland Swedish — Norwegian — U.S. American Export Lines — RATES START FROM Tourist Cabin First Class |1(5 $225 $300 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 1012S5 HALINA HILLOK, Plaintiff VH. SERAFiN BILLOK. l>cfendant 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SERAK1N BILLOK. 28 Cedar Street, New Britain, Connecticut You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or %  Mending to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. FREDERICK N. BARAD, ESQ.. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th 24th day of August, 1953. If you fail to do an, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia 21st day of July. A.D., 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By R. H. RICE, JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N. BARAD, EWJ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 LEGAL MOTJCE .. DISSf>L.U7*19N!pt SARTN'4*HIP| Notice Is hereby given that Jerry Aiodlatore and Anthony Slracusa, a co-partnership, doing business as CITIES SERVICE GAS STATION, located at 6K98 Bird Road, Miami, dlssolved their partnership on the 20th day of July. 1933, and that Anthony Shacusa intend* to Barry on said business under the same name an sola owner. Anthony Slracusa will be fully responsible for all debts and liabilities of suld business. JERRY MEDIATOR!-: ANTHONY MRACUSA KESSLER r (1ARS, Attorneys 4 8.W. 22nd Ave. 7/24 _^^_____ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OlBt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WEINKLEb MO/COR SHIRKS, at 9424 Harding Avenue, Surfslde, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CARL WEINKLE AARON WEINKLE l,K< A I'IIAIKIN as co-partners doing business under the firm %  JSWH of Welnkles Liquor Stores" MYERS. rlBIMAN ft KAI'LAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/24-31 — S 7-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27603 -B RE: ESTATE OF ALI RED II NICHOLSON, Po coaf d 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 aa Administratrix of the estate of ALFRED II NICHOLSON, deceased: and that on the -lib day of August. 19.-.3, I will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge an Administratrix of the Estate of ALFRED ii NICHOLSON, deceased. This lsth dsv of July. 19S3. MERCEDES II NICHOLSON MYERS", HERMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys lor Admimsu jinx 7/1-4-31 — 8/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business gnder the fictitious name of PARK Jl'ICE BAR A SANDWICH SHOP, at 321 N.E. 1st Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRED TOTILLO MILDRED V. TARSITANA Sole Owners KESSLER A GARS Attorneys for Applicants 4 8.W. 22nd Ave. 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 3071S-B In Re: ESTATE OF HENRY J. MEI.I.oY. I>eceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notilied and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of HENRY J. MELLOY. deceased late of Queens County. New York, to the Hon. W. V. BLANTON and I-RANK DOWLING. 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 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. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date July 20. A.D. 1953. HENRY J. MELIAYY. JR. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of HENRY J. MELLOY. Deceased. GEORGE CHERTKOK ..... Attorney for Ancillary Administrator 7/24-21 — 8/7-14 _^___ | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE | ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF } 4? Appointments In the privacy ofj Our Ninth Floor Suite Are Invited George Kronengold \ TRAVEL SERVICE { MIAMI OFFICE f 903 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Telephone 2-7*31 New York Office • Hotel Governor Clinton 'JN1YERSITY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY MODESTE ALLOO GUEST CONDUCTOR Sunday Evening, July t*h. S O'Clock Margaret Stern PIANIST TICKETS: Res. Table seats S3 $1 50. Unres. seats $1 TV At U. of M. Sym. Office (v*-4*S0. Miami Bosch Audttorum 5-0477. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S0SH OSIE DUNN, Plaintiff. vs. JAMES ROBERT DUNN and DOROTHY DUNN, his wife, and BARBARA ANN HARDMAN. formerly known as BARBARA ANN DUNN, and GILBERT HARDMAN. her husband. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: JAMES ROBERT DUNN, If living, and DOROTHY DUNN, his wife. If living, whose residences are 71 Oak Street. Trenton, N. J.; GILBERT HARDMAN, address unknown: ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against JAMES ROBERT DUNN, not known to be dead or alive, and DOROTHY DUNN, his wife, not known to be dead or alive: AND AI^HO as to each of the above named defendant Individuals, if they be deceased, then all uiikimv. ,i heirs. devisees, gram.. Iltora or other parties claiming by, through, under or ugaln.-t 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, snld property lying and being In Dade County, h lot Ida. and more particularly described as follows: The East forty-five feet (45 ) of Lot eleven (II). Block on. ill Of MoFARLANE HOMESTEAD, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 5, at Fage 8. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the plaintiff above named, for the purtHise of quieting title of the plaintiff In and to the property Involved herelnabove described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your appearance In said suit on or before the 24th day of August, 1953. and In default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered against you and each of you. IXINE AND ORDERED at the Court House In Dade County, Florida, this 22nd day of July. 1953 — E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. R. MURRAY (Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN EKSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 823 Heyoold Building. Miami. Florida 7/24-81 — 8/7-14 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 14J080S NINA LOCHETTI, Plaintiff ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS, etc., et als.. Defendants. NOTICE S)Y PUBLICATION TO: ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS, a dissolved New Jersey corporation, 13 Exchange Place Jersey City. N. J.; .._ -_ ARMOUR AND COMPANY OF DELAWARE, a corporation. Union Stock Yards Chicago 9, Illinois O. P. GAINOUS and LEVY (JA1NOUS. his wife. Residence unknown; LILLY CANS, and If married, her unknown spouse, Residence unknown; R A. MAI-oNE, and if married. his unknown spouse. Residence unknown; All UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, legatees, grantees, trustees, administrators, creditors, or other parties claiming by, through under or against the estate of A. S. DELINSKI. deceased; and If living and If dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, trustees, assignees. Honors, successors in Interest, creditors or "'"er claimants claiming by, through, under or against any of the above named defendants who may be dead and not known to be dead or alive: and ALL PERSONS or unknown parties otherwise having or claiming anv estate, right, title, claim or Interest In or lien upon the following described property, towlt: Lots 22, 23 and the West 5 feet of Iot 24. In Block Eleven of WEST LAWN, according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 9. at Page 3. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. You and each of you are notified that a suit has been filed against you by NINA LOCHETTI to quiet the title to the above described property, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the BUI of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, MARX M FABER. at 412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, and file the originar thereof with the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of August. A.D 1953, otherwise the complaint will be taken as confeaaed by J< Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of July. ISM. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk 7/24-J1 — 8/7-14



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LY 24, 1953 ***#€#> lU+Mirtr cts of 'McCarthy ism* Studied )N FRIEDMAN %  Itgraphic Agency TON — The course of I" is being closely obworld diplomats in [including Israelis, (unction of all emtransmission of anaon the internal poliof the countries in [are located. Just as ibassies abroad are ^st foreign nations are by Communism, many [in Washington are indications that the may be transformed isolationism or Fastations. [nations, particularly most immediate peril El Union, are anxious kited States adopt the pe policies to stop Cornpreserve freedom, allies, Great Britain Included, have already It they feel "McCarthy|dermining democracy ("Id unity. They feel it Bd Communism more km. But the McCarthy reproved by other naly Spain, Nationalist lyngman Rhee's South lilies are interested in ects of the right-wing bey believe is emerging in the United States. One phase is of particular and natural concern to Israel. It is the question of whether such extremism will lead to a marked increase of anti-Semitism in the United States. Israel diplomats, many of whom are themselves survivors of Hitlerism, would be less than human not to notice the warnings of virtally all major American Jewish organizations and such outstanding personalities at Senator Herbert H. Lehman. Foreign correspondents and embassies in Washington are carefully evaluating reports like a recent ominous speech by Henry E. Schultz, national chairman of the B n a i B' r i t h Anti-Defamation League. "We have had a unique opportunity," Mr. Schultz said, "to watch the professional bigots, the super-patriots, the dark reactionaries, under the pretense of fighting Communism—striking not at Communism, but the free institutions which have made American great. Such a coalition faces us with a constant threat, for it gives sanction to bigotry and provides an atmosphere in which organized antiSemitism can play upon the fears of people. With the shadow of war over us, the danger of acute, violent anti-Semitism is always present." In emphasizing that the United States must have the close cooperation of the free nations of the world. Dr. Ira Eisenstein, president OA the Rabbinical Assembly of America, warned that "we may find no one to go along with if we do not radically transform the spirit of our so-called crusade for fredom." "Our allies," Dr. Eisenstein said, "the free nations, already question our loyalty to democratic ideals. We abominate book-burners, but we hesitate to focus our condemnation upon those who apply the torch. We denounce thought control, but we do not check its menacing growth in our own midst. We condemn dictatorships because they abolish civil rights, yet we jeopardize our own sacred civil rights. No wonder that our foreign friends are confused and become prey to the hypocritical promises of the Communists." Senator Lehman, who lost a son in the war against Fascism, sincerely feels that "McCarthyism" subjects our foreign policy "to unbearable strain, frightens our allies and degrades our national standing and prestige abroad." In a speech at Milwaukee, Senator Lehman told how "the very unity of the free world is being threatened, and our own standing abroad has been endangered not only by the antics of these political vigilantes but also by the actions and pronouncements of our government, under the threats and proddings of these irresponsibles in Congress and elsewhere." "Thus, said Senator Lehman, "we have heard Secretary of State John Foster Dulles p r o m ise to throw overboard the covenant of human right*, Which represents in the eyes of the world the codification of the rights of man. We have heard him promise to jettison the Genocide Convention, that historic pact which brands as criminals those governments which practice mass murder and mass persecution on the basis of nationality, race, or religion—practices which the Soviet Union is carrying on today in satellite and subject countries behind the Iron Curtain. We have jseen the State Department's inforj mation centers abroad engage in shameful book-burnings, frantically removing from their shelves books whose authors do not happen to meet the criteria laid down by the little man from Wisconsin and his fellow travelers." Senator Lehman and other Senators have raised questions which diplomats representing nations that suffered from Hitler Germany cannot ignore. Lehman told a Washington audience that "we burn books, and I know that those who witnessed the early book-burnings in Nazi Germany must shudder with the recollection and tremble with concern for the fate of this country." %  Foreign statesmen are not only concerned about developments in Washington which they consider Nazi concepts, but they are aghast at the arrival here of the Nazis themselves. The most striking evidence of the advancement of plans for the remilitarization of Germany PAGE 11 was the arrival here under the auspices of the Departments of State and Defense of a delegation of *ix Germany military experts, all of whom served the Nazis. The group will be headed by Theodor Blank. West German Defense Minister who has been linked with neo-Nazi activities. Heir Blank will be accompanied by General Adolf Heusinger. former Chief of Operations in Hitler's Army; Kurt Fett, former Nazi general staff officer and at present representative in the European Defense Community Interim Committee in Paris; Heinz Hueckelheim, former Nazi general staff officer and a member of the t interim Committee Delegation; Paul Panitzky, another Nazi officer; and Konrad Ahlers, an attache in Herr Blank's office. Among the topics the Germans will study will be legislative affairs. It is not believed that they will be concerned about the problem of "McCarthyism" which Senator Lehman, the ADL and others view so seriously. North Shore Chapter. Lodge Sponsor Dance The North Shore B'nai B'rith Chapter and Lodge will sponsor a barn dance on Saturday, July 25th. 8:30 p.m., at the North Shore Jewish Center. "The Amazing Bennett" will be the feature of the show. In charge of reservations are Patricia Wollowick, chapter chairman, and Tobias Simon, Lodge chairman. 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J^wSsltUEIliDididliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 27—Number 30 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 24. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS vice Bill Touches Off Demonstrations [SALEM (JTA) — The Govt's anticipated introduction jment of its National Servfor Women was expected off a whole series of firehere this week as religious Ls continued their protests [provisions of the bill which require girls 18 through 26 exemption from military [on religious grounds to do brms of national service for ear period. Ite sharp discrepancies bereligious and non-religious I in Parliament, no Cabinet i expected over the measure |t approved with only two members dissenting. Geninist leaders have made it ley will not make it an isle Hapoel Mizrachi central kee was to meet to consider ation. dually unprecedented action ce here last week when 600 women demonstrated berliament against the bill, them tried to enter the but were blocked off by who had strict orders force against the demonfbut to disperse them quiethoses were brought up by ce but were not used. stormy scenes took place Parliament, there were Jebates in the lobby of the between religious and gum.deputies. It is underkat one of the main objecthe bill raised by religious is the procedure of the examination which the have to undergo prior to Inducted into the national Another objection is that may open the door to the ment of religious girls for kk. either civilian or military, equently. the Knesset presidium refused to receive a delegation of religious women with a memorandum opposing the bill. The Neturei Karta, an extremist Orthodox group, decided this week to excommunicate Premier David Ben-Gurion should the bill be presented to Parliament. They announced that an excommunication ceremony — modeled after the medieval Cherem — would take place with the lighting of black candles, the blowing of the Shofar and the recitation of special prayers. "Nothing will stop us in this struggle; we are ready for the greatest sacrifices," a spokesman of the extremist group told the press. An appeal was made to the Chief Rabbinate to prevent mass demonstrations against the bill, was made by the Mizrachi and Poale Hamizrachi, two Orthodox Zionist groups. In New York Tuesday, the presidium of the Agudath Israel of America sent cables to Israel President Ben-Zvi and Premier BenGurion demanding that the bill for national service for religious women be withdrawn by the government. The rabies warned that "flaunting the Rabbinic authori' ties" in this matter will result in "serious worldwide repercussions affecting future relations of Jewry with Israel." The Mizrachi Laborite Party, at a meeting Monday night, failed to take action on the government's bill calling for national non-military service for Orthodox women excused from military service. Three different positions were voiced at the conference: 1. Support of the government's measure; 2. Opposition to the bill; and 3. Abstention on the bill when it comes up for a vote in Parliament. Moscow to Resume Relations with Israel resident Eisenhower turjet of abuse Delay of DP Bill Hinted ByMcCarran WASHINGTON (JTA) — Senator Pat McCarran, bitter foe of President Eisenhower's legislation to admit 240,000 over-quota refugee immigrants in two years, last weekend threatened to delay the adjournment of Congress, scheduled for July 31st, if the measure is brought to the Senate floor. The bill is expected to come to the floor late this week. Earlier, the Senate Judiciary bill reported out the measure in an eight to six vote. In the compromise form in which the bill was passed, it reduces the total number of imrr-i^rants from 240,000 to Continued on Pe S JERUSALEM (JTA) — The immediate resumption of diplomatic relations between Israel and the Soviet Union was announced simultaneously here and in Moscow Tuesday. Relations were broken off by Moscow last February after the explosion of a bomb in the garden of the Soviet Legation in Tel Aviv. The communique announcing resumption of relations — which contained an exchange of letters between Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett and Soviet Foreign Minister V. Molotov — revealed that contacts leading to an agreement to renew relations took place in the capital of one of the East European countries. Preliminary talks took place in April and May, when an Israel representative informed the Russians of his government's desire for resumption of relations. The talks continued and on July 6th, Mr. Sharett wrote to Mr. Molotov: "The Israel Government has, of late, been aware of a noticeable improvement in the atmosphere surrounding international affairs and of a renewed and widespread desire to arrive at peaceful and constructive solutions of major international issues still pending. "In pursuance of its consistent policy of seeking friendship with Carthy Is Denounced For Bias large Against Senator Monroney SHINGTON — Senator Her I. Lehman Tuesday took the [of the Senate to speak as a er of the Jewish faith to decharges of "anti-Semitism" Monday night by Senator R. McCarthy against Senay S. Monroney, an Oklahoma crat. McCarthy lashed out on i't The Press telecast against ney, charging that the Senopposition to the methods tCarthy's investigators, Roy M. and David Schine, represent the most flagrant, the most i'ful example of anti-SemI have ever heard." kfending Senator Monroney, F Lehman told the Senate he | moved "to assert that this is % holly false and ridiculous ge." He said: "many indils of the Jewish faith, as well if Christian denominations — p>ut distinction — have repeatcriticized and repudiated the r s of these two brash young For several months in ches and public statements, I Jew, sensitive to any religious have been strongly critical he behaviour of these young [ and have pointed out that they been doing our country and cause of anti-Communism great harm both here and abroad. I am very certain that most members of my religious faith, not as Jews, but as Americans, are anything but proud of these two young men." Senator Lehman pointed out that to brand criticism of them (Conn and Schine) as 'anti-Semitism' is pure and errant demagoguery, raising an ugly symbol in defense of indefensible conduct." He add ed that it was unnecessary for him to absolve Senator Monroney of "this cheap charge," yet, he said, he could not forbear from affirmatively attesting that Monroney "is one of the fine characters of the Senate, free of bias, hate, and prejudice — a gentleman of understanding and of courage." Senator Monroney said "Senator McCarthy's statement is just as ridiculous as the absurd activities of his two investigators who left a trail of discredit to American traditions across Europe" a reference to their recent, much-criticized investigating tour of Europe. Western Powers Opposed To Capitol In Jerusalem NEW YORK (JTA) — Transfer of the Israel Foreign Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem brought criticism this week from Washington, London and Paris and sharp protests to the United Nations from the Arab States. State Department sources in Washington said the United States had no intention of moving Rs embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem because the question of the internationalization of Jerusalem ls still I pending before the United Nations. At Tel Aviv, a representative of the embassy informed the Foreign Ministry's liaison office there that all communications from the embassy would be through the liaison office. The British Ambassador in Tel Aviv previously had notified the Foreign Ministry of a similar stand by the British and Foreign Office sources in London were critical of Continued on P*fO 2 Upper House Rejects Bill On Indemnity BONN (JTA) — The governmentsponsored bill to indemnify individual victims of Nazi persecution, demanded by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany and approved two weeks ago by the Bundestag, West Germany's Lower House, was rejected last weekend by the Bundesrat, the Upper House. The Bundesrat, composed of 38 delegates from nine constituent states in the Federal Republic, recommended three separate changes in the text of the bill. I The most important of these proposed amendments dealt with the sharing of costs between the Federal treasury and the states. The indemnification program is expected to cost some $75,000,000 annually for the next ten years. The Bundesrat demanded that the Federal Government defray all expenditures incurred for non-German victims of Nazism and half of all other payments. The Bundesrat also recommended that pensions provided for in the bill become effective in April, 1954, rather than October of this year. A conference committee of both houses met early this week in an attempt to work out a compromise. Since both houses will be dissolved at the end of the month, after holding only one more full-day session, the fate of the measure hangs by a thread. The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which speaks on behalf of the major Jewish organizations in the free world, expressed its "deep disappointment" in New York over the I failure of 'h rriper House of the Continued en Pate 2 all peace loving nations and to contribute to the measure of its ability to the establishment of normal harmonious relations with all peoples, the Israel Government wishes at this juncture to raise the question of resumption of relations with Israel which were broken off after the explosion in the Soviet Legation in Tel Aviv of a bomb placed by unknown criminals, causing damage to persons and property. 'The Israel Government recalls that in its note of February 10, 1953, to the USSR Legation in Tel Aviv it expressed its profound regret over the crime committed against the Legation and offered its apologies as well as full compensation for injuries and material losses which the legation and its personnel sustained." Mr. Molotov's letter, dated July 15, 1953, declared that in view of the assurances given by Israel that it would make every effort to apprehend and punish those responsible for the bombing and the fact that it had apologized for the incident, the Soviet Union was prepared to restore relations. He made special note of the fact that Mr. Sharett, in his letter, said Israel will not be party to any aggression against the USSR. Mr. Sharett this evening informed the Israel Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee of the resumption of relations. At the same time, the Israel Government expressed its satisfaction with the new state of affairs, asserting that this development "will serve the cause of world peace." It also expressed its "deep gratitude" to the Netherlands Government for protecting its interests in Russia during the period when relations between Moscow and Tel Aviv were ruptured. MSA Funds To Near East Are In Peril WASHINGTON (JTA) — The fate of United States Mutual Security aid to Israel hung in the balance this week as Congress began work on a MSA appropriations bill which includes approximately the same amount of aid for Israel as contained in last year's legislation. An. authorization bill favoring Israel has already been acted upon by Congress, but the appropriations bill is necessary to actually make the authorized funds available. Israel is to get somewhere between $65,000,000 and $70,000,000 in economic aid, $1,500,000 in Point Four funds and will share in $50,000,000 of military funds earmarked for Israel and the Arab states to be dispensed at the discretion of the President. President Eisenhower asked Con1 gress to vote $5,124,000,000 in new ; money for the foreign aid program this year. But the House appropriations subcommittee voted this I week to cut the request by about ; $700,000,000 leaving $4,400,000,000 j for foreign aid money. 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)AY. JULY 24. 1953 +Je*ist> f hrMbun PAGE 5 nator McCarran Threatens Delay Eisenhower's Refugee BjU \M J\ PtM T Continued from 1,000 and provides for two new egories of immigrants to be injed: 4,000 orphans and 5,000 sons who came to this country ally but fear to return to their nelands in the Communist Entries of Europe, leanwhile, Senators received cs of a memorandum from SenAlexander Wiley, chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Com, which charged that antilitism has been injected into jrts to kill the Administration's urgency bill to admit 240,000 ad lal Europeans in the next two Irs. [•The anti-Semitism," Senator ISA Funds To lear East Are (perilled Continued from Page 1 1,000.000 carryover, making kl reduction of $1,100,000,000. fhe Arab states will receive con^rably more military aid from I'nited States than Israel, it revealed here when the House jropriations Committee pubed previously secret testimony I Mutual Security Aid Monday. ic testimony discloses that Asint Secretary of State Henry Bade told the Committee that State Department planned rier arms shipments to the ArItates than to the Jewish state. link when you compare oneof the world here with an of the size of Israel, it should fbe secret that our plans are lo more in all the rest of the wilefeJ£A#l. '-W Jarticufcrly vile in connection with this bill, because so tiny a percentage of individuals of the Jewish faith is involved in any way at all among the potential immigrants." Senator Wiley said he and 17 fellow Senators who joined with him in sponsoring the Administration bill and President Eisenhower himself have been targets of "slanderous abuse" from "a poisoned well of anti-Catholicism and anti-Semitism." The Wiley memorandum said that "by final favorable action on this bill, we of the Congress will be giving the only sort of answer which that tiny, poisonous outside minority deserves — a thundering rebuke — a thundering denunciation of their vicious efforts. "Those efforts are unworthy of the respected, substantial individuals and groups inside and outside the Congress who, for fair, valid reasons, in their own judgment, oppose the bill," Senator Diley pointed out. "I know that these worthy members of the opposition would disassociate themselves completely from the slanderous attacks by the bigots, hate-filled, discrimination-screaming outside minority." -F# its Will Hold I Seven Lively Arts Card Party Seriem\ friends of the Seven Lively Arts The Greater Miami Jewish Con-1 will meet on Friday evening, 8 sumptives' Relief Society will sponp.m.," at 124 11th Street, Miami sor the first of a series of monthly | games and card parties on Tuesiday, July 28th, 8 p.m., at the Empress Hotel. Proceeds will be used for locally hospitalized patients, as well as for patients from this area who are now receiving treatment and care gratis in the JCRS Sanitorium at Denver, Colorado. Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Irving Metz and Mrs. Maury Poncher. Shore Democrats To Meet Sanda v South Shore Democratic Club, Miami Beach, will gather at the Blackstone Hotel on Sunday evening, 8 p.m., for the Democrats' first social event, a swim dance and card party. Chairman of arrangements is Miss Celia Jewell, assisted by Mrs. Ruth Handler. Heading the men's and women's Planning Committee are Mrs. Stanley Keller and Max Appel. Hostesses include Mrs. Kitty Markam, of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association. President is Alfred Stone. Other officers are Max J. Homer, secretary; Phil Zimand, treasurer; and four vice presidents, David Glaser, Appel, Mrs. Gladys Plotkin and Irving Weston. Beach. Featured will be a discus* sion group on The Art of Listening. Chaim Rose will also be heard in several dramatic readings. FRESH! on the menus of 25 million every day There's a hint of wonderful things ( to come the moment you open your Kellofg's Corn Flakes. Firs* cocoes that oven-fresh aroma, then] the rustle of golden-crisp flakes tumbling into the bowl and, finally, that wonderful first taste which says "Fresh! fresh! fresh!" Join the 25 million people who will have KeUofs/s Corn Flakes tomorrow. 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I PAGE 2 MtfifkrtjtoC Western Powers Oppose Move Of Israeli's Capitol To Jerusalem Israeli y**r d e ^ ilready tottering under ConM from Po{ ^ || p — the Israeli move ^ ^ In P an,,heQu al d O r>r^n* %  *£ J ^^ .*£, td that France would not recog o£ ^ lN ^a t0 tne Palestine ton rite the move ana pointed out that cil j at j on Commission a; long as three months ago. the ^ influential London EconoFrench Government had indicated m$x in „, editorial this week on that it would not recognize such a tfae lsne \ l move, commented that dedstflfL "hich it considers con„ bv aclt ^^nt of the Powers, •rarv to the United Nations procla^ idea o{ M international Jem nation of Jerusalem"? international salem )s therefore a dead letter character. France's role in the u su -g este< i that 'more third parv* .. _j ;*. J fl fim t.i main%  %  rUia ik> oin" h*Near East and its desire to main tain good relations with Syria and ties start bridging the gap" between the two sets of Jerusalemites tain swu ic-ww.w -•— -.-— rween me i.> %  %  %  -" — Lebanon are considered a reason ^p^ted by the barbed wire be%  *.-* • _<* Tn>1nnn itTlltween Israeli and Jordanian Jem for its stand. On the other hand, several r|Salem tign missions acknowledged re-, ceipt of the ministry's notification DanZineer Weds The Greek envoy was the first forUS* """""S" eign envoy to visit the new head HaiTV SimonhOII quarters of the ministry in Jem( Announcement of the mamage ralem. and the Netherlands envoy ^ HMT) Siln onhoff. 5295 was expected to pay a formal visit ( Sortb gayshore Drive, and Use It was also indicated that \ugoD>nIlngOT on j u i y 3rd, in New -lavia would move her lcsa t,on Y ork City, was confirmed here this from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on the yKeii ministers return from Belgrade N>w$ o( the wed( j in g came as a Meanwhile, the six Arab states eurprist t0 simonhoffs many made their anticipated protest to inenia n tne Greater Miami area. the United Nations against the IsHf haj beeQ a ^dem here for rael move. In the strongest pro^ Israel action.' Bill Foils Upper House Continue nwn Page 1 German Parliament to pass at its recent session the new law for, compensation to victims of Nan l persecution f This action is in sharp contrast to the overwhelming approval giv1 en to this law by the Lower House | of the German Parliament on July •>nd" the Conference declared "This law is designed to fulfill a major obligation which the Ger man Government has undertaken in its agreement with the world Jewish organuaUons signed in Luxembourg last September The Conlerence." the statement continued. -calls upan both houses of the German Parliament to take i immediate steps to bring about the final passage of this law before the forthcoming Ge rman election s." tlnqhr W*m*M nUDAY jMjJ test" against the The former Jewish Flondian lodged with UN Secretary General;^^^ and ^.^ Arts Feature Dag Hammarskjold. they denounc, vndicated writer is we ll known ed the move as a violation of IN Mwmj {oj his avlc and pmlan resolutions on internationalization Q ^^ i Jerusalem, as an •irresponsible He haj ong been associated with and unjustified" move and as a Je ^ h educa „ on moveme nt. -fresh blow" to pence in the Mid1, M waj arge|y lhrough hls e[ I forts that the Bureau of Jei>h Amaranth Card Party Education acquired its present A card party will be held on Sunbuilding s ome two years ago ay evening. July 26th at the Saga ~ p; nnP p r -nore Hotel sponsored by Flamingo SCnonieia, I IOneer^ Court No. 12 Order of the Ama MiaiTtian, Dies At 75 Joseph Schonfeld. a founder member of Beth David Synagogue and a Miami resident since 1916. died Sunday in Nee York Schon'feld. who resided at 1420 S\V Uth Terrace, was 75 He had previously lived in Key Weal from 1900 to 1913. Survivors include his wife. Fan The Women's Gronp of the Flag ler Granada Jewish Community Center will hold ^^A^kw a moonlight A K truck Party at o!r-*^l| r>fclli g^j, on MCK %|ftiaturdjy eve JP lungJuly 25th ^ _, Bin charge of tick *P wts are the Mes^Wfm lames Mildred Newman, chairman. Marcie CovBl erman and Dinah Mrs. %  -— Shapiro Tmcks will leave the center at 8:15 pm Scheduled are an open fire, free refreshments, entertainment. i games and prizes Night swimming has also been programmed, according to Mrs Newman. Proceeds from the affair will go I wards local charchairire Mrs. Jack Bernard and Urs Selma Grossman. Hebrew Free Lean Affair The Greater Miami Hebrew Free Association will sponsor a .ard party on Tuesday evening, 8 •m. at the Beth El Congregation, "e: one son. Abe. of Miami Beach, according to an announcement this two daughter-. Ethel & rson. Coral %  eek by Isidore Schwartz, presi Gables, and Jane Kanter. Passaic. New Jersey: two brothers. Adolph and Jack: and tw Dora Krug. Newark. New Jersey, and of Los Angeles California. Services were Wednesday MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH' %  •• North Dade Rummage Sale A rummage -ale sponsored by Shirley Juster. North Dad< open today and Satur^....wat The Miami Riverside." with Rabbi Due. accord -hapiro official.• rment the Jewih section of Wood• meten IT'S BUG KILLING TIME! V .1. Frotflman A M. Rophan HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St*. Hebrew Religious SuppUae For Srnagogues and Private Use, Also for Hebrew School*. 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LY 24, 1953 +Je*lstncrkik*n PAGE 9 rsonally Speaking Mrs. Joseph Friedman, id, Ohio, are visiting id Mrs. Fraak Gordon, Road, Miami Beach, nans are staying at the [Hotel. •to -to -to Mrs. Bernard M. Keller, 11th Street, Miami, an birth of their daughat Doctors Hospital on Grandparents are Mrs. feller Raff, Miami, and Irs. M. Aranson, of New •to a vacation trip to Los [California, is Miss Bevat'l. of 1024 PennsylvanMiami Beach. Miss trill make stops at New Chicago and Denver along While in Los Angeles, the guest of Mrs. H. is the former Annette liami Beach. •to -to -to Mrs. Max Youngelson, lichigan Avenue, Miami lebrated their 57th wed |vcrsary on Wednesday. Kelsons have been resifor the past IS years.* %  to -to -to of Miami Beach vacaDuncraggan Inn, HenNorth Carolina, in and Mrs. George GoldFlamingo' Drive, and |rs. Louis Krensky, 4855 lAvenue. The Goldbergs V until August 7th. The iill leave on August 1st. •/.to -to jis Margulies, of 2925 Ireet, has returned home ^tinning in HendersonCarolina. %  to to -ft each residents vacationWhite Mountains are rs Donald Michoff, 5775 I Road: Mrs. Harry Mieler er, Judith. 4147 Meddle; Miss Sylvia Schiff, ns Avenue; and Miss knat, 1940 Park Avenue. lawn.; at the Lake Tarleike, New Hampshire. & to -to Mrs. Samuel Beck have extended tour of the fctes and Mexico. to -to -to |agenda for Mr. and Mrs. i. 1735 Marseille Drive, Wednesday night splash e Algiers Hotel. Joining sna guests, the Chasins Miss Maxine Chasin. of Miio, who is visiting her id sister-in-law. She will "(or about a month. %  to -to -to Mrs. Solomon Issenberg, 48th Court, returned ton this week after at lie Bar Mitzvah of their Jdson, Steven Alen, at i-ih Hillel. Miss Rtith Brotmirt will Miami on June 20th to attend cousin's wedding in Philadelphia. From there, she will continue on to Canada, where she will embark on the Sagenuay Boat Trip before visiting her family in the Canadian Eastern Townships. Miss Brotman plans to return home in October. •to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frankef, of Miami Beach, are leaving Tuesday for a three-month trip through Europe and Israel. •to if -to Rabbi Joseph Asher, of Temple Beth Sholom, Sarasota, returned last week from an eight-week tour of England, France. Italy and Israel. •to -to -to Mrs. Maurice Sager, of Haiti, is in Miami visiting her mother and sister, Mary and Belle Cupinsky, of 2832 SW 22nd Terrace. With her are her children, Barbara, Myrna Sue and Jeffrey. While here, she is also the guest of her inlaws, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Sager, 2410 SW 22nd Terrace. •to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, of 2120 SW 21st Terrace, Miami, announce the birth of their son, Stephen David, at Jackson Memorial Hospital on July 16th. •6 -to -to Off to Hendersonville, North Carolina, for a brief vacation are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rosenberg, of 2000 SW 4th Avenue. %  to ir -to Mrs. Ethel Shochet has left for Washington, D.C., where she is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder. Hints For The Bride-To-fle "Personalized Service" by Elaine, of the Blackstone Flower Shops. We remain with you throughout your rehearsal and ceremony — no additional charge. Budget weddings from $50.00 with same service. Elaine, raised in an orthodox home, is well versed In religious ceremonies. We will show you 3 Dimensional pictures of weddings we have serviced. Free consultation at your home at your convenience. Call Elaine at 58 1598, Blackstone Flower Shops, 1240 Wash. Ave., Miami Beach, and 8871 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.—Adv. Mrs. Richard K. Fink Naomi Zimmer Weds Richard K. Fink July 8th was the wedding date of Naomi Morris Zimmer and Richard Krieger Fink. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mignonette Zimmer Curiel, Los Angeles, California, and the late Dr. Morris A. Zimmer. Mr. Fink is the son of Dorothy Krieger Fink and the grandson of Mrs. Moses Krieger and the late Moses Krieger, who was president of the Fisher Lumber Company and a founder-director of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, Miami. Newlywed Mrs. Fink completed her sophomore year at the University of Colorado and will continue studies at the University of Miami. Mr. Fink received the AB degree from the University of California at Los Angeles, Class of 1948, and the LLB degree from Harvard University, Class of 1951. He is associated with the law firm of Roth and Faber, Miami. YOUNG CANTOR With strong dramatic tenor vole*. Available for Holiday* or yearly position with conservative or orthodox congregation Addreaa inquiries to: U.L.. co P. O. Box 2973, Miami IS. ft* Florida. To Share Wanton, oge 60, wishes to share her small ooarlment for companionship, located near Cables. CAll 4-1881. Pred, Ribnick Will Wed In September Mr. and Mrs. David Pred, of 1015 West 46th Street, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Janjcje, to Arnold W. RifcV nick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Ribnick, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The bride-elect was graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami with the degree of Bachelor of Education. She was president and senior advisor of Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary scholastic sorority. She was secretary of Nu Kappa Tau, women's honorary, and is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary professional educational fraternity. Elected to membership in the American Student Leaders as representative of the University of Miami, Miss Pred was also listed in Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities and was a staff member of Ibis and a member of Lead and Ink, honorary journalism society. I Mr. Ribnick was graduated from the University of Minnesota, where he served as president of Mu Beta Chi, honorary professional business fraternity. He served four! years in the United States Marine Corps The couple plan to be married in September on Miami Beach. They will reside in Minneapolis, where Mr. Ribnick is in the insurance business. Miss Jaaica fr*4 Miami B'nai B'rith Women B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold a dessert card party on Wednesday, July 29th, 12:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Herman J. Goldstein, president, 800 SW 25th Road. Funds collected will go to the various philanthropies supported by B'nai B'rith Women. In charge of reservations are Mrs. B. Segal, Mrs. L. Andress and Mrs. A. 7. Alpert. 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% **#/ fhrr&HnoDAy. IULY n i V. • %  %  PAGZ4 *Je*i$t ow .e.ec: I : )• A T £ ( sX • .- ITT \ r ~\"~,* *\' New* Lc~ "" AT : The Mnlh Dav Of Afc ---.r-^ri assa -c--afce aiaearwad fat peon at a ?_=i.cr. cLpjoexr E %  the Nkai I ;% %  ;: ADO TassoVrf m fee r.-.-.c.r.re-er.that the OSSB bod ::.::.:;: at — %  • gg •— ^: Israel _s redeemed cr.c that .'5 bvavjen ••^ere utetxu ed c resume fnendiy re-— the no — Korea would rap brought : B :.::--; Street '.'?." efforts re-ne-d _-. laics tc hrina peaceful herder relations be-JT~•= Arafai ad -he fesn %  he Near I A.-:_-.;: %  Bi ve d nations were LfiiOU c r.„~~er c: relief v..-. the _rJl-x c: tcn = cf foodT.-.e Njich I'—/ ct Ah merries an %  EB >w_=h history and a symbol of all infant :es dire-rea cy ~zr. "cast Ml r.e.c labor. £_• the Ninth Day :: At 5713 twid hop* for •he bfon ere pray thai -.= hope -*-.! seen be fafly realised Israel's Rt'ligioas Problem Isrcel i move tc rcr.srr.p*orr:erlr.mrr.a exemp-.cr. ire— mihtary service cr. :e„r.;_= grcmc = —ry p.-cve 10 r.e?ccme as S^LJ.;;:.'. for tie Jewish repcc.c s .. r.crv as were the ."r.e.-. Yea shall cases d-cmr America'• early cays z: freedom. These rases estahl_shed ur.precece-iec aaz-zzzj; :cr US lecrl m-erpretotioa and set up car Supreme Ccarc as a watchdog r cr-iara —e fcmdamental rights r-carr.-ee-c ry the ConThe Isrre. G-cverrcrient j new in c sirmiar -:.-Its leadersmp ^ „-. r coaler, icr legal ascer.dar.cy *.:ace Cr-c-ccxy | seerru to m -zace raKakMH r.c-cs ..-. M >wcsh Slate ca:;-:....eipec every opportunrr/ to expMM v.e-se.vei arcd to hve c:cccrd_r.a 4 c thecr badttioaa] ideafa It r_sc seerj that z -ccierr. encrrcent JI c ccr.-err.pc.-ary wcrld ~ustare cc-c-cccce c: preser.day rr.ethoas as ". relate c cc--erce lega. ^cr_rahoas cr.c :cr Bmoa .ts e= re._=.-.-e.v. L=re ; s lecde.-sh.p %  ^ beer. cc.-_sr--.y aware c: the aeeas of as Orthodox BUMI .Ais^-.-r r cc..:.cr. rele cs v.e.. jfce nfiggow r:c.p= ore :epreened has beer, c rcc.-.ce -.-.e excres-c cc-'-e ser.;.-r.er.ccc_-.;-he r.^rr^ r: mccier=—thood. The contest fox legal ascendancy Orthodoxy showed .tseH in its most extreraform in the matters of Schbach cbservar.- ad secular versus relgxus educahca. T: JBen-Gurion has beer. -—* i Ung the tightrope between these cr.rc= -e 'I of opinion. But the issue of dox women who r]^^ grounds is a sarred-up hornsts^ The Prime Minister's success dealing canicabiy with this se< problem may well establish Israe s L ~~t'~ tude with regard to nationally recognaed .-"--"-r.c_c or :r.l— e BOTTLED UP? -* Thev Xeed >Mme Time ..-.e .pp*: case c: the West German PcrLamen: .-.as ir.led to pass tne rcvernmentspocs-crec z..'. to .r.derr.r.jy _cr.vtr_rl v.r-.rr.s ct Nrc. persecat.cr.. T.-.e revecacr. c: the b.ll carr.e on the heels c: r.e Lower House s overwhelming approral two weeks ego. There a. as yet. no sign that -am of events means a change in attitude cr. the part c: the West Germrr. rcvemment. rr.c Jewcsh leaders srMh d_scppc.r.:ed, should nobe hasty :.-. the mctter r: ccr.demncng Bonn. -r.e Upper House which is mode up of 38 delegates frcrr. r...-.e ccr.sctaer.t states has recommended separate changes :n the ter. of the c... Pccrtirularly. the delegates are opposed to the manner in which the approximately S-50.X0.00CI for mdernmhcation will be defrayed durcne the cer ten years. They are concerned w-. -he b.11 s prorisions dealing with -he s-ar..-.r of costs between the Federal trees..-. e stales. One disturbing thing about the fcrjccmina debate over proposed amendmer. rill is that thev may have to be halted m fevor of Germany's forthcoming Parhamecicry eiecuons. It is to be hoped that these difhc-ulties will be straightened out before then. The fate of inderrinificcticn hangs in the balance. But no stalling tactics are yet apparent Kcnrad Adenauer and his cocliacr: succcr have thusfar proven their forth _-. -heir desire -c make fmancial amends aar they must oe a.ven tne democraac oppcr-um-y ct perl.car.er.-arv csrassxr. t>efore being cnarged w.th ^wilL Thev Want To lt< Friends Sc. This turn of or: Jewish State feel HI led s.-.r.rr. Lecgue. For one th-nc Communist s.nni reccBut the res urn arc %  r cos cnanaee .ts mmd. The -•-s %  ''-* r.er.as w.tn Israel : ~l 5 C er "•""'•' "*'" ~ zee ^ : -omtcrcx.e .ts anw.tr. -r.e sever, —-..cr. Aran •--.e Arabs are new shorn oi "-tee ma-er of heaping -•empt ageenst an "un; ;• ----"i*: a USSR lego zz ----"c cneckmote the \i--.e'West -fc• — he new Kseal recen.3enc | pcTrer rcntes* MBCS cuso mean = sofcly m its com%  W estern dexnocrc •denhip makes itself %  %  decimgs. Tne %  • i^Sectioc of the > ** cr TMalenkov is B, SAM MILLEt T. U sre* ^ • > Jessette Wolft prescwt-da? Cerssssv's s>st srassiseac Jee aad the ool? German tefis, -.a SMMJ r 'e in %  • ista msiiistiisul life, was 85 lest week. Los belere Hitler tee wss weBkaows m eer sstive Westphalia for her dedkstios heth to Jewish eossssaai atfam and to socialist politic*, then as sow a rare comhteeUoa Aa eareflH ssessber of the Social Democratic Party siace IMS. her social work for the Workers' Reiief Ortsnnstioe earned her btth posts in the juvenile aid depsrtsseats of the BocboH and Dort1812 on. she was also a pillar of the Jewish community and a *aloos laborer in the vineyard of the Jewish Centralverein At the sasse tune, she fosad time to rear a Jewish family and later on to ran a boarding boose. In the declining years of the Weimar Republic, she turned into one of the most hard-hitting and effective speakers who tried to stem the ruing Nan tide For the Nans. she became a marked woman. Thrown into jail after Hitler came to power, she was later released, only to be deported to Eastern concentration camps after the war's outbreak Her husband, her grandchildren, her sons-tn law and two of her three daughters all peri-bed miraculously, she survived together with the one daughter she had managed to protect in all the vicissitudes of camp life When mother and daughter tried to make their wa> bock to Germany from Riga after the Nan collapse, they were held in a Soviet labor camp for a year Barely had they reached Berlin in 1946 when Jeanette Wolff again threw herself wholehearted ly into the struggle against totalitarianism She was elected to the Berlin City Council, where for a time her sharp tongue made her the Communists' public enemy No. 2. They even sought to kidnap her In the street clashes that marked the 1946 split of the Berlin rau nicipality. she was manhandled by a gang of Communists toughs who smothered her with anti-Jewish abuse but failed to daunt her spirit In 1950. she came to the United States for what turned out to be a triumphal visit In New York's City Center, she addressed a Hold Berlin Rally, at which General Clay paid warm tribute to her indomitable courage The following year. Berlin's Social Democrats sent her to the Bundestag in Bonn as their delegate Both there and in public electoral meetings throughout Germany, she has been in the forefront of the fight against the resurgence of Nazism She talks the language of the n among whom she lives in Neukoctln. the working-class part of the American sector m Berlin, and is obviously popular imnsg these people, whose friends and neighbors two blocks or a mile to the East have just again demon strated that as a class they are probably Germany s best demofrats in a country where it is ot uncommon for multitudes ts be on first name terms with pout ical personages. Jeannette Wolff, nee Cohen u to her constituents •Ijdto her i—umer a ble friends i"Ply "Jeasjette.-' or evea the di%  hwrtive • unser Jeanettehen." When she takes stock on her "rthday. she can look back upon n outstanding postwar record not *ly fa the political arena, sot merely hi dfasamfieat: -^ ,J •ork-^ • %  aesve Iron a t J hi the Berlin Agency but also :.Jewfc* J trvity of every wcscnprioa A taj heads the 'I reei of the Exerutjre MM ossea'f League ia Gs> of the Social Wettare As* cy of the Central Council of Jew in Germamy. of the Societies ^ Christian Irwiih Cooperation • of other bodies as wei; Airs. young at heart, she speii, f> ^ tsh youth hi the Bonr. i advisory board on yost After the war. sb* tempting offers to coa tea or to Israel As th< of those hi eatertaia noay j saons about German> ,hc — I aaases whether she did raegfl turn them down. "But *bereoa9 an old woaasa tike ir>elf arrw>| phsh so much for the taaagi I el lieve fa*" she ther. : i| self. Although she b not a lawyer.krl experience fa the formoiataafaadministrattoa of restitntm sfl lndenxnifscatioa legislatica a a>[ lin has been so valuable tag M Bundestag Legal Comnuttet | op| mg true. On tae-festive day iatj she flew to Berlin where the pelf and the bumble, from Lord he*| Beater to reeeatfyaiT-.ved r*j gees from the Soviet Zone Osdai to press her hand. There si doubt that she win again be nated and elected for the next lJ destag. she was asssrerf I OB the morrow she was bstt l work fa the Bonn pariiameaLB tening to the coagratulatKios %  the speaker addressed to her %  opening of the session *l same day she r eie i ed an keal dearer to her heart; she roe • troduce the lademnificatioi I*I for its first resdfag and toetri that rt be iaaaoesately reterre^ei the Legal Cooaauttee wuk •* the Communists voting <>*?House did her btddinx The next few weeks wiD \* how the hiU will fare in "\*T and third teadfag U *"£" goes well, then the to<* mni ffS Law may yet he saved m the ***l of time, fa the final •** _J four year legWsttre term e^ eighth year of talk sboot its at-' cy brooking ao delay ^A But even soth s last m"T ^1 cue fa the hest -The rer* Pauliae" euaaer will be norj for her to take it easy t *V 7* Too saoch rtaiafar to be *r*j Gerssaa public life sod */^Z\ communal work. *£-.. Wolff smilingly, while she awi plan* for ataaapeaeakinc u*^ utTow^orSosai eleeu-{ 4 far a eh* to Israrf as she can be *•** %  %  If tm^OJH ^ m d noc racioB. %  %  -:^z^ '" : ***** ** %  3.ens hr Leo Hindlin u on v which appears here, will be B v LEO MnrDLDt \AA/ The neat week of ha



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^v TULY 24, 1953 +J**Mn*ririar* r PAGE IS LEGAL WOTICB p^^^rL^ CT,T,0U • LrYNCE 18 "KRKItY GIVEN UisA undersigned, dealrinf to encage In r. „under the flctitlou* name of KmRA GIFT SHOP. at 956 NorI s V rlv" Miami Beach. Intend. % n il.tVr -aid name with the Clerk gf,U?t Court of Dade County. P rllil ANNA KOPKIND nVNFR MANNHEIMER w*55 £* A nn K op,,,nd t-21-31 — /" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI t.VBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN In F OR DADE COUNTY, FLOR[* TN CHANCERY No. I617 %U El'TII KAVW | miff Iror iBViNa ORAVITZ. IS west Ml Street, Brooklyn, New York, are Bired to serve a copy pf your AnaCr tu the Bill Complaint for DJ. ,', on I'l.iintlffs solicitor anil file ^original In the office of the Clark I this Court on or before August 14, *l otherwise, a Decree Pro Confesao m"bo enter.'! against you. n*TEI>: July 30. 1953. E H LEATHRRsfAN. Clerk BJ It II. RICE, JR.. h^\) Deputy Clark IAL .'IN ENOLANDM fcllcitor for Plaintiff ll Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fta. 4 .n 8/7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI Ahn V |rU H ni U r?J C,AL CIRCUIT!"" AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOn JEAN DOWD, Plaintiff, ""' """ % a CHARLES HENRY DOWD, JR.. NOTICE BY k0LICATloN d nt TO: CHAHLEH HKNKY DOWD JR 13* lloydon Avanue, Maplewood, New Jersey. You are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the Plaintiffs attorney, Mull TON ROTHENBEKU, 410 L ncoin Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original in the office „f hp ,lerk of the Circuit Court on or before -Kf U K l 17 L WM: 'hrwlaa. ...Id Bill will Be taken aa confessed by you I>ated thla 16th day of July, AD. 1909. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court GSSU 8/7 D PUty C rk „ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI STH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN iHANCERY No. 1t14 "l)IA KOWANDA KLENK. ;,A Plaintiff. 11 HliitT FREDERICK KLENK. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION bALBERT UtEDERICK KLENK Hi W. l-'oth Street N, York, New York Yi >l" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED L,t i mil ..f I'omplalnt for Divorce bis been filed axalnat you and you B ereb) le.pilred to aerve a copy your Answer to the Bill of ComJi.iim i>n Plaintiff's attorney and to Jl the original Answer in the office If UK Clerk of the Circuit Court, on \ Before Ihe 17th day of August. :C1: otherwise, the allegations of said [fill vt Complaint will be taken aa f. i*i d against you. U this l.th day of July. 19S3. i; ll l.KATHBBMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By It H RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk (seal) |;KU:>il-: I TALIANOFF J\tioi ,.-\ for Plaintiff Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. %  Seal) 17:1-31 — 3/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT prsi AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30808-B I Bet KSTA'BM ii' USE I ELLIS, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS !" %  > All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You, .iiiurthouse In Dade County, kirldn, within eight calendar months the date of the first publication itTeof. Said claims or demands to I Hie legal address of the claim lint and to be IWOEJI t" and presented aforesaid, or same will be barred. IJ" of the 1933 Probate • lulv 14, AD. 195J. SARAH Kl.I.IS \ Bxecutor Of the Last Will nil.-Hi of I.KK .1 ELLIS, Deceased. \ SHAPlRi a PRIED 1 1.1!...f l J. Kills : LEOAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN fHAN CERY No 1W663 II1LTON U IENER. Plaintiff. pERTRCIiK WIENER. Defendant. ORUEK "1 ll'BLICATION '.'.l-HTl:: |.K WIENER, 178 E. i.Hi street, llrou for the relief def U s' • ,v"," m or Complaint. L.'N'.M. AMi iiRDKRED at Miami, fl^rlda, this ]„ t day of July. 19S3. I'. l.EATHKRMAN. •'lerk of Circuit Court |> V. H MacI.ARBN. [.p/,,.,. Deputy Clerk (seal) i.EOFt.,1. .1 TAI.IANOFF, ESQ. ;\ l "; %  lor Plaintiff -10-17-'' I 4 Uo d Mlaml Be cu. P**NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I NOTi i. NAME UW IwV ,'• IS !"^'By GIVBN that Icrsigned. desiring t„ engage In ['pARrxW 8 8o,e wn,r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I n "' Da '"' ••••unty. Florida. IJlAItx KABER MANUEI 8RTLIN 51 T Aie. C ^2 r JUD 'B COURT cN -.el? ,.1" OAO COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30537-B In l.: KSTATK (if ANGELES MIRO, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditorsand All Persona HavIP*^ ^i"!* or Amanda Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any cut lias and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of A NOBLES MIRO, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING. County Judge of Dade County, and file the smiie In his cfriciIn 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 presented as aforesaid, or same will be* barred. Baa Section 120 of the 193J Probate Act. Date July I, AD ISiJ. RALPH H. MIRO, As Executor of the Last Will and testament of ANGELES MIRO. Deceased DAVID LEVINE Attorney for Estate of Angeles Miro I S3 N.W. 12th Ave. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30446-B In Re: ESTATE OF EDWIN L. RIX. 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 agnlnxt the estate of EDWIN L. K1X. deceased late of Dade County, 1 lorlda, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 13. A.D. 1953. MJCHA£L M. lSEMlKRG Aa Administrator CI'M TESTAMENT!) ANNEXO of the estate of EDWIN L, RIX. Deceased. MICHAEL. M. ISENBKRO Attorney tor Administrator Cam Testamento Annexo 1407 Blseayne Did*-., Miami, Fla. 7/17-21-31 — g/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0778 FRRD OIBSON, Plaintiff. \ >I.KI.A WILLIAMS, and 1f married, her husband. Wfriidant*. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLnltlDA TO: LEI.A WILLIAMS, If living, and If married. WILLIAMS. her husband, whose residences are unknown: ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditor* or other parties claiming by. through, uuUer or against LELA WILLIAMS, not known to be dead or alive, and if married, i 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 I* the subject matter of thla suit, said property lying and being In Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described aa follows: Lot* 18 and 20, MIDWAY, according to the PUt thereof recorded in Plat Book 3. at Page 177. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the Plaintiff above na-ined, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiff In and to the property Involved hereInahovo described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDKRF.D AND REQUIRED to file your uppearance In said suit on or before the 7th day of August. 1953, and ill default of such Appearance, a -Decree Pro Confesao will be entered agalnat you ami aa< Ii nf > oil. This Order to lie published i week for four CM. utl\e %  reels In the Jewish Florldlan. a New published in Dada I'ounty. Flurlda. DONE AND <'RDKRF.D at the Courthouse In Dade County, Horlda, thla lat day of July, 1SS3. K B." LEATHKRMAN Clerk of Ihe I'lrcult Court By: M. C. ORJHCN. iSeal) Deputy Clerk ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff §31 SeyboJd Building. Miami. Florida DEGAi NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..„_, NAME LAW tK OT i CE I S "KREBY GIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of V 7 A |, U DB S78T >RE. at 2441 8.W. fZ.il .V Mlam| Ela.. Intend to reg"ie MI!"!? nttme wl,h ,he Cler ot tn Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HOSE WYNN irieaH. uo „ MARr OSOFF KLSSLER GARS iLT.""" 1 ,or A lP"cants s.W. 22nd Avenue 7/24-31 g/y-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,K^ OT I CE U PBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In DAISY S ORIGINALS, at 700 N.E. 1st aiu3'* n M '..{?";: In "' nd lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit I ourt of Dade County, Florida RENATO LEVI v t -o U „. UBERT ORVIETO MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants %  > Seyhold Building 7/24-31 8/7-14 IM XMj'S! t ^ V DUPLICATION Ji s T Jli-e : ,' RCU,T COURT OF THE 5. L KftIt TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 101S BERTHA ELIZABETH O'DONNELl! Vi Plaintiff, EDWARD JOHN O'DONNELL TO: EDWARD JOHN O'rxxVNELL" M-42 Gray Street. Middle Village Long Island, New York You are required to aerve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plalntlffa attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th ?" y ?i.. A,, u t A D 1,5S : otherwise. the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 7th day of July, 19.')3. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. ,„. „ By: M c GREEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 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 1613 ALTON ROAD, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr cult Court of Dade I'ounty. Florida. CHARLB8 TA1BL Sole Owner LEONARD KALISli Attorney tor Applicant looi Iml'ont Hidg. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli.i undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of L & F LUNCHEONETTE, at 204* N.W. 7th AYenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. LUCILLE STRAKELE KESSLER & GABS 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 Dal I RACK SUPER SKIlVli'l'.'. at l>;7 West FlagWr Street, Miami, intend to regIster Bald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KAY I'.EItltIN WALTER KAYi: • owners) 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 • • NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN that t)ie undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAKE MASTERS BAKERY, at 6747 Bird Drive, t'oral Cables, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I: K.N.I A Ml N UOLDEN 1SADORE FOGEL SHEINER at SPIELER % Attorneys for Applicants 304 Roper Bldg, Miami 32, Fla. 7/17-34-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKHHBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of THE BOOTERY, at 272 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, intend* to register aald name with the Clerk of, the Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. JOSEPH HYMAN. Sole Owner MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant 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 1S51-S3-35 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WOLFE MENDELZYS MIRIAM MKNUEI.ZYS wner* WILLIAM I BRENNER Attorney for i iwhera X/\u-l'-it-S( LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS *u AM*1 A W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th* undersigned, desiring to engage in bslies* index Hie fictitious name of 20TI1 CENTURY MANUFACTURING; CO., at 2411 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads Count\, Florida. RICHARD HAMILTON Sola Owner 7/10-17-21-J1 N 11 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT LAW. No. 2894S LAN VENZER. Plaintiff, vs. ARTHUR HIRKCH, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: J. ARTHUR H1RSCH. 1301 Bay Drive, Miami Baach, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Common Law action has been %  lied against you In the Circuit Court .'or Dade County, Florida by ALAN VENZER and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer or pleadings to the Complaint upon the Plain•Iff's attorney, GEORGE J. TALIAN-JFF, whose address I* 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or pleading* In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court. Miami, Florida, on or before he 17th day of August, 1S3; other%  vlsa. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated thla 14th day of July. 1*53. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk (Seal) GEORGE J. TAUANOFF, ESQ. Attorney foe Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 7/17-S4-S1 — 8/7 INITMI CIJCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DA&sT COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*1108 CARLYN RING DUBIN. Plaintiff, THEODORE DUBIN. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: TMEoiiiiKK DUBIN 60 E. 84th Street. New York City. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* 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 the Clerk of the Clrcutt Court, on or before the 17th day of August, 1953: otherwise, the allegations of said BUI of Complaint will be taken a* confessed against you. DATED thla 13th day of July, 1903. 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 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE POUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 160872 ESSIE WALKER, Plaintiff, vs. ROOSEVELT WALKER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROOSEVELT WALKER, address unknown. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, BEN ESSEN, 823 Seybold Building, Miami. Horlda, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th day of August, 19S3. If you fail to do so, Judgment by defr.ult will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of July. 1SSS. K II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. H\ M. C. OREEN, (Seal) • Deputy clerk BEN ESSEN, ESQ. Attorne) fur Plaintiff 823 S.yhoid Building. Miami. Florida, 7/10-17-21-31 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30165-A In He: ESTATE OF HARRY I. BCHEIFER, Deceased To AH Creditor* and All Pernoa lng Claims or Demand* 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 th. estate of HARRY L BCHEIFER, 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 claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will he barred. Date June 26. A.D. 19SS. JEANETTE ALTMAN A* Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of HARRY L. SCHEIFER. Deceased. BEN ESSEN. ESQ. Attorney for Executrix 7/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CANTOR PACKAGE AND CANTOR'S LIQUORS, at 2031 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM CANTOR, and ROSE CANTOR. His Wife Bole < iwnera MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners 650 He) bold Bldg. 6/19-26 —7/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIwUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th* underalgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MECHANICS TOOL SUPPLY CO., at 4812 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Intend to register aald name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court Ipf Dade County, Florida. JULES' WERNER NATALLB WERNER 7/3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30619-B In Be: ESTATE or MICHAEL HELLER. Deceased To All Creditors and AH 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 •state of MICHAEL HELLER, deceased late of Dads County, Florida, to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING. 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 tins date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to uontaln the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred Date June 36. AD. 1933. LEA II. HELLER. As administratrix of the Estate of MICHAEL HELLER, Deceased. KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorney* for Administratrix 7/3-10-17-24 ^^^___ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTON'S STEAK, at 815 8.W. 18th Ave.. Miami, Fla.. intend* to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MYER STILLERMAN Sole Owner MYERS. HEIMAN ac KAPLAN Attorney* for Owner ''..Mi 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. 160870 ROCILIA RUSSELL, Plaintiff, V*. STEPHEN J RUSSELL Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: STEPHEN I RUSSELL. 2106 North Miller Avenue, Richmond. Virginia. You, STEPHEN J. RU88BLL, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on th* plaintiff* Attorney. BEN ESSEN. ESQ., S23 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk cf the Circuit Court on or before the 10th day of August. ISU. If yon*?; 11 to do d, Judgment by default will be Utken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once •ash week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 3rd day of July, A.D. 195 *' E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, I lade County, Florida. By M. C. GREEN. ICIrcult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff vt Scvbold Building. Miami, Florida 7, 10-17-24-31 ^^^^^_ IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24703 RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES F ltBO£&J > fS*. lc NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice la hereby given that I have fild my final report and petition formal Discharge as Executor of the estate of CHARLES K. BEDHR. deceased, and that on Ihe 3rd (.ay ... August. 19S3, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade Count) Florida, for approval of aald final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of CHARLES t. ItEDER, deceased. This 23th day of June. 5S. HERBERT S. SHAPIRO BERICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED Attorneys for Estate of Charles F. Reder By Samuel Fried 7/3-10-17-24 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Itrtrlah Florldlan BOHetti your IBQOI notlcB. WB xtn c*t rt yooi BBTYiCB Sal Ugol rat**. PhonB 1-1141 SEITLIN £. COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 il ^ ^^ ^y • N. %  %  tea Y. MIAMI **. FLA.