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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
7Number 32
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
jgrets'
ll's Move
'rusalem
Jays Change
>portune"
&TON (JTA) Secre-
te John Foster Dulles
aid a press conference
nited States "regrets"
krael Government has
(move its Foreign Min-
|V1 Aviv to Jerusalem.
States, said Mr. Dul-
lis particular action by
he present time to be
it" and believes it
to rather than relax the
I the Near Eastern area,
iience of the Israel For-
move, he said, other
kre America's concern
fill and peace "in that
world."
ps told reporters that
[States made known its
[this particular question
nor occasions July,
farch, 1953. He said the
Ambassador to Israel on
ions, "hearing rumors"
i to transfer the Foreign
id called on the Israel
and requested that-it
such a move.
ed States regrets Israel's
(use it would "embar-
iited Nations which has
responsibility for de-
le future status of Jeru-
etary Dulles said. He
tiat he described as a
resolution to provide
tent for the treatment
\m as an international
el Government cannot
I bow the transfer of its
iiistry from Tel Aviv to
[could have come as a
{the United States since
Government's views on
were made known to
State Dulles when he
iisalem this spring, a
ustry spokesman said.
esman, commenting on
nuod on Paa* 2
New Immigration Bill
Introduced In Capitol
Dr. Yaacov Bentor, Hebrew University mineralogist, examines
copper ore specimens near a copper mining shah in the
Negev. Hebrew University faculty members and graduates
direct much of Israel's program for the development of the
Jewish State as a prosperous and secure nation.
Lists Grievances:
Stevenson Sees Human
Progress In New State
NEW YORK (JTA) "More hu-
man and material progress is con-
centrated in tiny Israel than in the
rest of the Middle East put to
gether," Adlai Stevenson, former
Democratic Presidential candidate,
says Id a copyrighted article in
Look Magazine, reporting on his
visit to Israel and the Arab coun-
tries.
In a frank appraisal of the Arab-
Israeli situation, Mr. Stevenson
enumerates the grievances against
the most romantic
> literature is recalled
jblication of a portrait
aas Sully of Rebecca
>n the front cover of
nit issue of the
in Jewish Archives
ie. Miss Gratz. a dia-
led Jewess of Phila-
in the nineteenth cen-
believed to be the per-
ao inspired the heroic
|ter of Sir Walter Scott's
in Ivanhoe.
Indemnity Is
OK'd; Bonn
Goes Home
BONN (JTA) Jews wQl con-
stitute more than SO percent of the
persons who will benefit from the
bill to indemnify individual vic-
tims of the Nazis which was passed
unanimously last week by the Bun
desrat, the Upper House of the
West German Parliament, at its
last session marking the end of
its four-year legislative term.
The measure, which goes into
effect October 1st, was pledged
in the reparations agreement be-
tween West Germany and the Con-
ference on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany. It is estimated
that if all payments are carried out
in good faith, the total to be paid
the Nazi victims will range be-
tween $700,000,000 and $1,000,000,
000 during the next ten years.
The law, previously passed by
the Lower House, provides for di-
rect payments to Nazi victims, or
their surviving dependents who
were illegally detained by the
Nazis or who lost property or suf-
fered physical injuries resulting in
disabilities as a result of Nazi per-
secution. Former concentration
camp inmates will receive approxi-
mately $3* for each month that
they were imprisoned.
Compensation legislation is al-
ready on the books In the German
states, which so far have paid out
about $190,000,000 to Nazi victims.
German Jews in the United States
zone will be least affected by the
new bill because it is modelled af-
ter restitution legislation in effect
in that zone. Improvement will re-
sult for Jews in the French and
British zones.
Israel and the stand of the Israel
Government on these complaints.
He then comes to the following
conclusions:
1. Arab insistence on any major
alteration of Israel's boundaries is
unrealistic.
2. With regard to Jerusalem, he
asserts "it is hard to see how a
city divided against itself can
stand, let alone flourish." Mr.
Stevenson points out that all faiths
are concerned with the fate of
Jerusalem.
3. With regard to the Arab ref-
ugees, Mr. Stevenson says that in-
demnification for their property is
no more than fair and just. As to
repatriation, he doubts that any
substantial number of Arab refu-
gees would care to live as Israeli
citizens under conditions and in
an environment quite different
from what they remember.
Mr. Stevenson believes that the
Arab refugee problem could best
be solved by resettlement of the
refugees among their kinfolk in
the Arab countries. He says that
while Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan
"are awfully crowded," Syria and
Iraq are underpopulated., "With
some land reclamation, the refu-
gees now multiplying at the rate
Continued en Po 2
WJC Report Shows
Satellites Negligent
In Paying Claims
GENEVA (JTA) The negative
attitude displayed by the Soviet
Union and its satellite countries
toward appeals for indemnification
for huge losses sustained in their
territories by Jews during the Nazi
occupation is cited as "grounds for
anxiety" by the World Jewish Con-
gress in a report disseminated here
Tuesday.
Emphasizing that it was in So-
viet controlled territories where
the Nazis inflicted the vast major-
ity of Jewish material losses and
murdered millions of Jews, the
WJC report points out that al-
though peace treaties between the
Allies and successors of Nazi gov-
ernments of Rumania, Hungary and
Bulgaria obligate the latter to
transfer heirless properties of per-
secutees for the purpose of reha-
bilitating surviving victims of the
Nazi persecution, no single act has
been done by these states to im-
plement their obligations.
Senator Lehman Is
Backed By House
To Limit Inequities
WASHINGTON (JTA) Oppon-
ents of the McCarran-Walter Act
Tuesday introduced a sweeping
new immigration program in Con-
gress to wipe out the "cruelty and
inequity" of the existing law. The
new legislation would implement
the recommendations of the Perl-
man Commission which was ap-
pointed by former President Harry
S. Truman to recommend changes
in the controversial act which was
forced through Congress despite a
Presidential veto.
Senator Herbert H. Lehman in-
troduced- the bill Tuesday along
with Senators Hubert H. Hum-
phrey, Wayne Morse, Tom Pastore,
Theodore F. Green, James E. Mur-
ray, John F. Kennedy, and War-
ren Magnuson. In the House of
Representatives, 24 members join-
ed simultaneously in a similar
move.
The bill envisions a basic new
approach to immigration problems.
It would do away with the so-call-
ed "national origins quote systam."
It would admit, without regard to
Accounts
Are Opened
By ARTHUR LEWIS
Jewish Ttlaoraphic Agency
UNITED NATIONSIf anything
; demonstrated the good faith and
, conciliatory attitude of Israel to the
members of the United Nations, it
was the arrangement worked out
recently by an intermediary, John
Reedman. the special representa-
tive of the Palestine Counciliation
Commission, whereby the payment
of the blocked accounts to the Arab
refugees in Jordan was resumed.
The Israel Government was un-
der no obligation whatsoever to al-
ter the application forms for this
money in any way; after all, it had
offered to release these blocked
bank accounts without any quid
pro quo, without any reciprocal
understanding with the Arabs. It
was just as if a man gave a present
to his neighbor and the neighbor
said: "I don't like the way you give
it to me, I want you to give it to
me in a different way."
Some of the members of the Is-
raeli Government were incensed by
the objections of the Jordanian
Government and took the attitude
that if the Arab refugees wanted
the money, they should fill in the
forms as then worded, and if they
refused to fill in these forms be-
cause of the political machinations
of their government, they would
have to whistle for their money.
Such an attitude was natural
enough, but the government
agreed, on Mr. Reedman's interces-
sion, to rephrase the application
forms so that an Arab applicant
would not seem to be "recognizing"
the State of Israel, as the Jordanian
Government claimed. There was no
point in allowing a mere matter of
wording to spoil a genuine humani-
tarian act. As a result, Mr. Reed-
man was able to issue a statement
saying that the Jordanian Govern-
Continued on Page 13
race, religion or national origin,
all those who would make desir-
able citizens.
Sponsors of the Omnibus Immi-
gration Bill issued a statement des-
cribing eight months of intensive
drafting work which went into the
measure. They said it carries out
the pledges made last year by the
spokesmen of both major political
parties to remove the inequities
and discriminations from our basic
immigration and naturalization
laws.
Corrects Major Defects
The major defects in the McCar-
ran-Walter Act which would be
corrected by the new law include
the national origins quota system
with its discriminatory and racist
features, the confused and over-
lapping administrative procedures
which assign the Departments of
Justice and State virtually dupli-
cate jurisdiction over immigration,
lack of adequate appeals and re-
view procedures and harsh, incon-
sistent and ambiguous standards
of eligibility for admission.
Correction is sought also in the
contradictory and inequitable stan-
dards of justice for aliens residing
in the United States, absence of
statutes of limitation on deporta-
tion, "blunderbuss" security pro-
visions, "entrapment" provisions
contained in the McCarran-Walter
Act to trick persons into jeopardy
of denaturalization and deportation
proceedings, discrimination be-
tween native born and naturalized
citizens and manifold grounds not
only for revocation of citizenship
1 acquired by naturalization but for
deprivation of citizenship acquir-
ed by birth.
Its sponsors stated that the new
law contains safeguards against
abuses "either by aliens or by over-
zealous bureaucrats." The new-
law, they said, would abolish fea-
tures of the McCarran-Walter Act
"which have earned us so much
ill-will from our friends and allies."
Law To Call
For Limiting
Legislators
JERUSALEM (JTA) A special
Ministerial committee met here to
consider the proposed government
election law limiting the represen-
tation in Parliament to those par-
ties which command ten percent of
the total vote in a national election.
The committee, consisting of rep-
resentatives of the four parties in
the coalition, came to no decision.
Minister without portfolio Pinchas
Lavon and Minister of Health Jos-
eph Serlin, representing the Ma
pai and General Zionists, respec-
tively, favored the law. Minister
of Justice Dr. Pinchas Rosen and
Minister of Religion Moshe Sha-
pira, of the Progressive and Poale
Mizrachi Parties, opposed the law.
The General Zionists entered the
coalition on the understanding that
such a measure would be proffer-
ed by the government.
After the meeting, Benjamin
Mintz, speaking for the religious
elements in the coalition, declared
that "if the bill is passed it will
rob the smaller parties of repre-
sentation in the Knesset." A Pro-
Continu.d on Page 6
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PAGE 2
*Jewisli ncridiar
FRIDAY,
AUGUST
IK Ruirok krap.'.i Stevenson Sees Human Progress
UJ Kegreib IMdGI a Continued from Page I to ending the blockade
Move To Jerusalem
of 25.000 a year could become a
strength instead ot a burden" to
Continued from Pag. 1 | the Arab countries. Mr. Stevenson
Secretary Dulles' remarks earlier wrltes-
this week to the effect that the US
regrets'' the Israeli transfer and
fears that the action will 'embar-
rass" the United Nations which is
charged with finding a solution of
the problem of Jerusalem, declar
Urges Solution
and the
prospect look no brighter.'
Form New Israel
Investors Company
NEW YORK A new corpora-
tion known as Israel Investors, Inc..
The best reason for inaction on
the Arab refugee problem. I sus-
pect, is that to settle the refugees ^.jth hoadqUarters nere- has bcen
permanently would prejudice the I organjzefj j0 promote investments
Arab case for repatriation to their jn thc cconomjc development of the
former homes in Israel.'' Mr Stev Jewj,n state, it was announced this
enson declares. "In the camps 1 w(,ok bv Erjwjn Goldwasser. pres-
ed that Mr. Dulles must be aware' visited, the refugees told me they iden{
of the fact that "New Jerusalem I wanted' to 'go home.' although I| Among goatd members listed in
He says that conciliation and com-
promise in the public interest in-
vite charges of appeasement and
treachery, even at the risk of assas
sinatiOn as the late King Abdul-
lah of Jordan found out. He ex-
presses the opinion that both the
Arabs and the Israelis "might wel-
come reasonable solutions imposed
by outsiders." It is too much to
expect that such solutions will be
has in any case been Israel's ef-
fective capital for thc last three
and one-half years.
He added that the territorial in
ternationalization of the city had
been given up as "utterly unreal
istic" by an overwhelming concen-
sus of international opinion. "On
this aspect of the problem," the
spokesman asserted, "there has
been for a long time complete ac-
cord of views between Israel and
the United States."
It is generally accepted that the
only practical way in which the in-
ternational community can give ex-
pression to its interest in Jeru-1 worked out by the Arabs and the
salem is by the institution of some. Israelis themselves, he points out
suitable form of United Nations I Mr. Stevenson emphasizes that
supervision over the Holy Places, i the Arab states must be made to
most of which are in the Jordan,' feel that America's friendship for
part of Jerusalem, the spokesman, Israel does not mean that the Unit-
mMsted. Such an arrangement is \ ed States is "anti-Arab'' or esteems
acceptable to the Israel Govern- the Arabs less. "But this will take
ment. he pointed out. and the pres- far more than words." he stresses,
ence of the Foreign Ministry in Commenting on the meaning of
Jerusalem, "far from being an im-| the Arab blockade to Israel's econ-
pediment. is likely to be of help omy, Mr. Stevenson nya that esti
"since it would probably fall to the mates of the damage it does vary
Foreign Ministry to insure the gov-j from $15,000,000 to $70,000,000 a
, ernment's smooth and effective co- year, and adds: "Whatever it is.
operation with any UN supervisory with cheaper food and materials,
"ran. living and production costs would
"Be this as it may." the spokes- go down and the competitive posi-
man continued, "a Foreign Min- tion of Israels industries would
istrj which is doomed to remain
for an indefinite period amputated
from the main body of the govern-
ment and Parliament ceases to be
worth its name." The Israel Gov-
ernment, he pointed out, cannot
acquiesce in such an "anomalous,
unparalleled and deleterious situ
ation in the expectation, which
years of waiting proved to be in
vain, that the United Nations
might yet substitute something
workable for its original inherent-
ly unimplementable. still-born res-
olution.
"On this, as on all issues, the Is-
rael Government will continue to
strive to attain complete under-
standing with the United States
and all other friendly powers." he
concluded.
am sure they little appreciate the ((w npw ^rporsrtton are Joseph
new conditions and environments j t1)erner ,d Metvm Duhinsky, in-
they would find in Jewish Israel | dus(ril|ists and Miami Beach resi-
Mr. Stevenson believes that i dw)ts
"demagoguery and inflamed public ^ r^gjjtmtion statement filed
passions make reasonable effective ^ l|w t^^if, ,j Exchange
leadership difficult on both sides. t>)minjSSion indicates that a total
of 86.980 shares of common stock
are being offered for sale for a
total capitalization of $IO,T)00,400.
The cost of a share of stock in Is-
rael Investors, Inc.. is payable in
$115 cash or $100 in State of Is-
rael Independence Bonds and the
balance of $15 in cash.
Dr. Goldwasser, who until Dc-
1 cember, 1952. served as a vice pres-
\ ident and director of Commercial
Factors Corporation, said here that
the new corporation was establish-
ed because its officers "believe
1 that a reasonable opportunity for
[ profit is offered by Israeli ehtcr-
I prises which can be economically
advantageous to Israel as well as
I to the investing group."

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'Jewish ihrUUajn
PAGE 3
sonement Granted;
Bt Answers Today
brry Gruber, a Miami Beach
Lrant and delicatessen owner
[ was brougnt up on charges of
epresentation last Friday, will
i appear in court Friday morn-
to answer charges made against
[that he has been selling non-
ter meat as kosher,
tubers attorney, Mai England-
lold the court last Friday that
bummons placing Gruber under
Jrt failed to mention the para-
lh of the city ordinance which
ber had violated and requested
felt's postponement to get more
rmation. Englander also said
kanted to determine the extent
be power of the arresting meat
ector, Frank Brickman.
Hinitzler Play To
Performed At
Isablanca
Tuesday night, the Casa-
|ra Players will premier, for
fir-t time in the United States,
liir Schnitzler's Love's Merry-
;nd. on which the famous
movie. La Ronde, was bas-
li'
be often-banned and highly
froversial play was written at
lurn of the century and is des-
ed a:, a study in the etiquitte
ove. It portrays, in ten inti-
scenes, how love and passion
from hand to hand and finally
to where it originated.
Irr-ctor Sam Hirsch claims that
ret English language presen-
has been made possible by
|di>covery of copy number 275
privately printed translation
t famous work printed in
a:! Redcoff will portray the
frwright who acts as narrater
sets the scenes for the ten
c episodes. The girl of the
pts, whose romance with a aol-
on a Vienna street starts the
cycle, is played by Mona Lud-
Eric Applewhite is cast as
laging but romantic count. Oth-
lin the cast include Alan Keys,
Jit- Dew Brown, Kent Lewellyn,
pi Rubin. Barbara Sohmers, Ev-
King and Selig Rubin.
hildren have been barred from
I two-week For Adults Only run
iLova's Merry-Go-Round which
run through August 23rd. Cur-
time at the Club Morocco
\\ of the Casablanca Hotel is
p.m., each evening except
Mays. An additional attraction
P- ing and refreshments after
final curtain.
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Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, swim-feetival dance will be held
at the Algiers Hotel pool on Sunday evening, August 9th,
8:30 p.m. Swimming and diving contests in free style, back
stroke events and hig board techniques will be featured.
Members of the Program Committee meet with Fred Collier
(center) manager of the Algiers, to study qualified entrants in
the contest. Left to right are Al Budner, publicity chairman;
Bob Stone over-all dance director chairman; and Al Kaplan,
poster distribution chairman. Not shown in picture are A.
cudd Cutler, ticket chairman, and Jim Levenson, in charge of
swimming events.
MJGUST BROS R> ,
i. thi at si'
Dr. Gould To Speak
The Coral Gables Young Adults
will hear Dr. Louis N. Gould dur-
ing their next meeting on Wednes-
day evening, August 12th, 9 p.m.,
at 320 Palermo Avenue. Dr. Gould
is a psychiatrist and chief of the
Mental Hygiene Clinic at the VA
Regional Office here.
Sharet Young Women Meet
A regular meeting of Sharet
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
en, will be held at the home of
Sandy Silberman, 129 SW 21st Ave-
nue, on Tuesday, August 11th. The
meeting will begin at 7:45 p.m.
Anshe Ernes Synagogue
Announces Naming
Anshe Ernes is the name that
was chosen this week for a new
synagogue recently formed by a
group of residents in the southwest
section of Miami. Temporary lead-
ers are Dr. M. P. Safra and Rabbi
EL M. Kagan. Quarters are at 2518
SW 25th Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Inselburg
will be hosts at Kiddush tomorrow,
following services at 9 a.m., in hon-
or of their daughter Sandra's forth-
coming marriage. Cantor Samuel
Salkof will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
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LEO MINDLIN ............................... News Editor
London linn's Views
The very conservative London Times, in an
editorial this week, shows a much more prac-
tical approach to the current Jerusalem contro-
versy than does our own State Department.
Commenting on the move of Israel's capitc. to
the Holy City, the Times urges the United Na-
lionf to reexcrr.ir.e its pcs::.cr. :.-. the i:gh: c:
existing facts."
Most of the world's governments, including
Britain, said that they would not remove their
foreign c::.ces from TJ Aviv and that Israel's
-erision endangers current UN eiforts to bring
peace to the Near East.
But in no uncertain terms, the London Times
writes: "The emotional hold which Jerusalem
.-.cs over Jewish affections mckes the Jewish
the '-:../ -..'.-i.z.i capital for Israel." Set-
ting the He to the Arab position that the Holy
City virtually belongs to three major world re-
ligions and that its total occupation by Israel
would deny their "spiritual claims" as well as
violate a United Notions decision regarding in-
-r.-.atior.ahzaticr. the editorial points out that
both the Jewish State and Jordan, the two cour.-
triei between which Jerusalem is now divided,
ate wilting to g:ve religious pilgrims every pos-
e facility to roil the Holy Places.
Cur own State Department this week reem-
phasaed its position that the American Govern-
rnent could not recognize Jerusalem as Israel's
eapitol city and voiced dismay that the Jewish
State had acted unilaterally in setting up its
ig seal there. It would be well for the
-.rids goverr.rr.er.ts to consider the London
7.rr.es attitudes especially in light of the
tact that Israel long aao announced its inten-
tion of moving, its willingness to allow inter-
medization c: the Holy Places and the UN's
failure to bring to a conclusion an issue which
.= new more of a political football than any-
thing else.
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TMI UNIT!O NATIONS HA* BUN getting pretty much
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spiritual beating from the very major powers that were most mts
in sponsoring it back in 1945. Britain has accused H of being cfc)|
corporation, and although English spokesmen are by now traditioniii
careful about referring to "American intimidation methods," thT^I
not hesitate to say that the UN can hardly reflect the pulse of
events if it does not accept Red China as a member.
Russia is less gentlemanly. Stalemating every significant tJaJ
Nations issue with excessive debate and making sure that ComnuBk
interpretation of "the people's destiny" is placed on public record.
the same time. Kremlin leaders accuse our government of usine 9!
organization as an instrument through which to gather allies !
an innocent and benevolent USSR. Meanwhile, the Amen
agin, I
BACK TO NORMALCY
It seems there's oratitude nowhere these
i. When the USSR was busy back in No-
vember crocking the "international Zionists"
and putting to death a group of Czech Jewish
iers, Israel's Mapam Party spokesman Dr.
Moehe Sneh took a leading part as a Soviet
apologist. In particular. Dr. Sneh felt it was
is all right to hang Rudolf Slansky as a spy.
For some "unexplainable" reason, this fiery
Israeli was booted out several days ago as
secretary of the Israel-Soviet Friendship
League. The dismissal came as c result of Ma-
pam s request for removal. The explanation
as that Dr. Sneh is "an undermining fraction-
1*1 saboteur and anti-democratic."
We really don't know what an undermininq
act.omst saboteur is, but it certainly sounds
mighty suoversive. What we particularly like
about tnese Soviet Friendship Leagues all over
tne world is their feeling toward the concept of
Teaching Without A Sou I
Professor I. Zolli is now a summer lecturer
-t the University of Notre Dame in South Bend.
Indiana Former Chief Rabbi of Italy, he is
inrT^remember9d for havin9 converted
to Catholicism several years ago.
c JlT r5&T* nW ,eachinc> Chrisliaa con.
cepts, Hebrew language and Jewish customs
and culture to Notre Dame's many students.
^r^hKn.?e I,alian FaSCiata bw3an aPing ,hei*
Nazi brothers In arms by persecuting Jews, Pro-
.essorZolh found refuge in the Vatican. We
..mnk that his students will not be gettinq a very
good picture of Jewish attitudes ^
Men who pay their debts with the favor of
;neir souls are hardly in a position to teach re,
giofBjjnnciple of any sort let alone Jewish
principles.
Presideiili:.I \ i< lories
President Eisenhower scored at least two
major victories for his administration in his
battle with Congress before that body went
home on vacation this week. For one thing,
the Senate voted back $20,000,000 in economic
assistance to the Middle East which the House
had previously slashed from his original
SI40.000.000 budget for the troublesome are-.
Pledged to a regimen of economy and sav-
ings, the President has nontheless repeatedly
Warned Capitol Hill legislators that such sav-
ing could not come bom reductions in overseas '
spending. He said that "grave consequences"
weald flow from major cuts in the foreign aid '
program.
Israel, of course, comes in for a fair amount
of this S20.000.o00 restoration, and it seems to
us that President Eisenhower's policies regard-
ing the Jewish State's significance in the design
of world peace were affirmed by the Senate's
last-minute saving action.
The President also scored at least a partial
victory over Senator Pat McCarran in his fight
to do something about alleviating the inequities
oL!1r;nnMcCarran Immigrtion Act. Upward of
00.000 refugees will come into the United
States above immigration quotas during the
next two years. The agreement to move the ad-
ministration bill through the Senate without a
McCarran filibuster was reportedly reached at
the expense of a number of assurances that
here will be no changes in the Nevada leqisla-
tor s immigration act.
But we feel that President Eisenhower is non-
theless moving surely in the direction of im-
plementing his Inauguration Day promise re-
garding this act. His sponsorship of the emer-
gency bill was only the fust slep ,n a lonq
road aimed at revising our laws regulating im
migration. Perhaps the second was the udden
j^ucuon Tuesday of a sweep.ng new OmnT-
lSJ Tatl0nuBi" by S9na,'Herbert
Lehman about which the President is supposed
to have known nothing." W*ea
It is no secret that President Eisenhower has
beer.looking forward ,0 the end of the current
Congressional session. The death of qJ .
Taft left him with hardly a^compete',ti
lean Gaaajaj
less than a month ago, showed its own practical if not stated attita
toward the IN when it threatened a "go-it-alone" world policy n
withdrawal of US funds should Red China be granted membership
Thus, even our country shows a decidedly patronizing air towui
the organization which was hardly tempered by President Eisenhower',
sharp and intelligent rebuke of Congress. The damage had- alrm*,!
been done. It shook the faith of many floundering European. Asa*
and African peoples who look to us and to our belief in the IN as a
effective organization guarding world peace.
This brings us into a nostalgic mood, and we remember the ha>l
pily hectic days in San Francisco after VE Day when everybody lord
everybody else except the Japanese who were not yet defeated R
sian leaders, staggering with the weight of friendship and vodka, **
fealty to eternal world brotherhood. Britain pompously promised at
open door policy in China, diplomatically ignoring the fact that ta>
door to which its spokesmen referred had long since been torn asunder
by the nationalistic aspirations of over 400 million souls who wen i
waking up to say "no, thank you," to the white man's burden.
And sentimental Americans were dreaming of dead Woodrow Wi-I
son and Franklin Roosevelt who had not lived to see the fulfilling
of their work in behalf of peace. What happened to the spirit that
prevailed at these plenary sessions of the original United Nations Or-
ganization can hardly be described in less than many volumes. Be'
it is interesting to note that countries whose voices were silent at the
time later found themselves in the forefront of UN action and 4
plomacy even as the so-called "founding lathers" fell more deeply
into paralysis.
The cease-fire in Korea has brought the hope that the tide 1
turning and has cast light on the fact that the paralysis was the rent
of major power efforts to deal amicably and effectively with the prob-
lems of their smaller brothers. It becomes clear that the^e povers
have had to learn to recognize the sovereignty and significance /
economically and territorially weaker governments and to respect their
needs and aspirations. It is hoped that the paralysis was nothing mat
than a lumbering giant's effort to be polite in a very delicate situatiot.
THE ARAB LEAGUE'S IS A VOICE that was silent in 1945, ud
that has emerged on the IN scene to intimidate, to threaten, to be
recalcitrant and to dictate policy. At San Francisco, the Moslem bloc
was busily engaged with disguising its Nazi inclinations and could Ml |
speak for that reason. Its saving grace was that Egypt and the Sw
C'anal had been principle targets of General Rommel's Afnka Korai,
This was the extent of its participation on the side of the Allies duriaj
World War II
But this silence, the result of lack of assurance, was broken Its)
than two lears later during the Palestine partition debate I-ebanos'l
tharles Malik, appealing to his Christian colleagues, called the Jew
"Christ killers." This devout Moslem's concern for Chrivtcndoml
Divine Ruler failed to reckon with the fact that the world was sol
nauseated by German atrocity Dr Malik could not be sensitive to this
issue because his nation, like the other Arab nations, had remained
apart from the gruelling conflict. Also he. again like his Moslem cue
treres, were yet unacquainted with modern diplomatic methods.
did not know, living in a medieval state and despite his Western e*
cation, that religion is no longer openly used as a political axe is
polite society.
But the Arabs have been apt students. Losing the political battle
over Palestine in ihe UN, they waged military battle against the Jew
in violation of United Nations rulings. Losing the military battle, they
are now carrying on an unsanctioned economic war. with the hope
tnat Israel will be brought to its knees through boycott. Despite their
many internationally criminal acts, the Arabs have been advancing
'a.rious "^mentis t0 induce America to end or limit our governments
ad to the new Jewish State. These are presented in the framework
01 a Communist threat, and. indeed, the Moslem bloc has shown calm-
niioH^ ? t0W"rd the USSR and its satellites in an effort to woo
tnited States favor.
whiJ, ifT.her the'r end of destroying I*! through UN channel!
h, violating every IN ruling the matter, the Arabs are tradinf
hb\r .1. ?gee ,mUe Whl,e Moslem lobbies in the Western world
KJ SlU? ruthe d,sP,*ced P*"o problem, it must be remem-
orohU-m u ?b *ar agalnst ,he UN Partition plan created this
?W D^.,?SVUd,CrOUsl> ,hey d*mnd thet Israel comply with the
L,^10 dec.IMOB ,n >e -ce of the fact that their leaders went
\Dr.r q4 l"*.' and ^"S^ about Arab exodus as a result h
lordan 2 !'.,Atexander Galloway, then head of the UNRWA for
t solve .hJ r Perfectly clw h* Arab nations do not want
and i an r gee Prblem ^y *nt to keep it as an open a*
and as an m front against the United Nations."
h-JK thehP*d l release from paralysis that the major powio
b^T" 8ufering duriD* ,he P* few yeer. in the UN, it m *
X4 "gTT ^S "* ^ '*" ^ hiding an^
longer in^f u "* Jcws who found Impossible to live J
Yemen hJS Arab world Thus, the ancient Jewish community J
lVrl *?. u^ "? 6000 persons- doned iU home to con*
State fn > 12-000 Jews of ,raa le to find security in then
Arah iJlS"^0 M0000 ^t'n. ** now wanderer^ whj
bui efhS 2if "* ,0 Viola,e W Pnneiple. and to bark msincer*
nSSSeSf^' to Ur<, ,he" "W a"d who fear the povedj "*
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)AY. AUGUST 7, 1953
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ilein Announces
;ivil Defense Plan *
Maurice "Doc" Klein, controller
Civilian Defense Zone No. 1, has
nnnunced plans to organize his
tvision and this week urged Great-
Miami's support of the CD pro-
k-ani.
[ Zone No. 1 stretches from South
each to the Dade County line on
liami Beach. Seven primary
toups will make up the CD pro-
tam. Klein explained. They in-
lude police, firemen, communica
ns. medical, warden, emergency
ealth and the ground observer
prps.
Each division head will be re-
Lonsible for his branch in so far
k training and recruiting are con-
brned," Klein said in making the
jinouncement.
J Office headquarters are at 100
Jlton Road, where the Women's
Bvision will handle paper work
Id integrate the activities of the
Iher civilian defense corps. Train-
L at the present time is limited
\ first aid. When at least 30 per-
ons volunteer, an 18-hour course
i held in one of the public schools,
Ilein said.
. instead of the present 1,700 war-
Ws who volunteered, Klein is
lining for 10 per cent of the pop-
jation by next April. "We pro-
bsc to avoid the confusion that
[reeded and followed the attack
Pearl Harbor," the controller
lated in his announcement. "At
lat time, there was no response
Lat least, not until the sneak st-
ick mi the Pacific Island."
I How quickly Miami Beach can
ganize its defense program de-
ends upon the support from its
Itizens, according to Klein.
|..-i-lincr Named
olgate Manager
Marshall S. Lachner has been
ppointed manager of the Soap and
Idustrial Sales Departments of
Dlgate-Palmolive-Peet Company,
was announced this week by E.
Little, chairman of the Board
the company. As department
pad. Lachner succeeds James A.
^eilly, who died on July 24th.
Lachner joined the company in
MartMl Lmchmtr
I-'-'mI, as a displcyman and served
Successively as retail salesman, dis-
trict supervisor, divisional super-
user and district manager in the
Jersey City and Chicago Districts.
Jn 1949, he was named divisional
manager of the Berkeley, Califor-
nia, division, a position he held
intil 1951, when he joined the
iome office organization In Jer-
sey City as assistant to Reilly.
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with each district ifartiag tkree, eil of South Florida, of which Mrs
to l~ijliamrat Tfee re Bernard Hoffman u president, baa
of tfee 120- instituted a Parade Of Dollars cam-
shall be made op of: paign to aid the Hillel Building
unnemwim of the parties re-1 Fund at the University of Miami
eernng more than tea percent of The idea is to stretch a chain of
the total rote
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for tfee I ed important parts in creating frit
Bag* Bat* Da? serriees I tana eaanaaerataoa of (fee ten per-
doilar bills over the 3 miles from
the old Hillel Foundation on Ponce
de Leon Boulevard to the new site
granted by Dr Jay F. W. Pearson.
U of M president, at Dixie High-
way aad Miller Road. The cam-
paign is being spearheaded by
Mrs Ma Optner. Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins and Mrs Sidney Su&s
H-txl Gfx>up To Hold
Annual Summer Aifal
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of tfee Herri Groop of
wiU take place on Weoneab?
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daring the hours of 10 aVa
pjn.
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perieoi ir. their fall
tract*. Because that .s tree.
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cf oefer.se m eoekroaeh coatrol.
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co-jM he effected it a com-
"unity project Since thu is
fc^g-cniiag thne. roch a com-
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anfai As a community
project reiiifoamuor.s either
ay mirratron or by caiijuia
<'"- roaches ir. with vegetates
bottle case*, and m boxes,
would be matona.y rtdjced.
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factoriy treated wua a reai-
aaal insecticide, bugs carriad
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|* buc-kilhnc program by
tp.Bg the premises free of
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f aces hare beer. I*afte> -.--
tae sue of a rv^i !r,v*teide,
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es and keep them down.
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insecticide are des:rawe.
1 oyoaehei *.-? probably the
f'Jst armoying bog the bom*.
w:fe has to contend with, bat
fcy an means the paly one. The
preserve of flies and roos-
quitoes play a defmit* role in
raanaafasiaa of disease
Man* insects, heajth depart-
ment, warn, ma-.- be'responsi-
.ole for the development and
spread of serious summer dis-
ease?. Any bug killing pro-
gram to be successful must be
carried on constantly because
insects are able to fly long dis-
tances, and although there may
be no insects in or around
your premises today, they may
swarm in. tomorrow.
For healthier, happier living
the use of a good bug killing
insecticide is most --sirable
during the warm summer
aaonths and fall.
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fall Championship
hated September 1st
ffiSU'* on youth-7lfce
, s first American Legion nation-
iunior baseball championships
LSIber 1st through 5th. at Mi-
L Stadium.
I joe H Adams, chairman for Har
W Seeds Post, sponsor of the
3 Little World Series, makes
, 15 plain with the announcement
Em children's tickets are scaled
25 cents for each night of the
briS>
(Many American Legion posts.
L'cc departments,, civic organira-
bn> firms and individuals are
lying large blocs of these tickets
L distribution through youth cen-
|rs and other juvenile groups,"
dams told The Jewish Floridian.
-Ye don't want any youngster to
liss those five thrilling nights of
Iseball."
[Representing the cream of more
Ln 16.000 Legion-sponsored
lams from coast to coast, four
Tubs v, ill compete for the national
Lior pennant won last year for
L third time by Bontley Post of.
fcneumati. The tide contenders
be decided in sectional eHm-
la'tions late this RaOBth.
Coldofsky Unveiling
I The dedication of a monument
the memory' of the late afinnie
oldofsky. formerly of 3171 SW
pd Street, will take place Sun-
August 9th, at the Shandloff
pdge Plot. Jewish Peoples Fra-
lal Order, of Mt. Sinai Memo-
Park Cemetery. Mrs. Coldof-
i* survived by three sisters,
Irs. Lizzie Fagin. Miss Sarah Col-
pfsky. of New York, and Mrs. An-
i Gutterman, of Worcester, Mass.
jranfiements are in charge of
aimers Miami Monument Com-
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Friedman Installs
Milton Friedman, Miami attorney
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Miss Judith Bloom Becomes Mrs. Laurence
/Niditch In Double'Ring'Cereniony Here
tn a cfntihl* rinf. candelieht ___
* In **a "double rinj candelight
ceremony on Sunday, July 26th,
Miss Judith Bloom became the
bride of Laurance Niditch. The
wedding, performed by Rabbi Max
Shapiro in the Star Roof of the
Shelborne Hotel, climaxed a rela-
tionship begun during the young
people's undergraduate days at the
Vniversity of Miami.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Bloom, 1257 SW 7th
Street. The groom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Niditch, of
]636 SW 9th Street.
White chantilly lace, circular
pleated, over blush-pink nylon net
and tafetta. was selected for the
bridal gown. Designed by Sally
Tompkins, of Flair of Miami, the
weetheart neckline was outlined
in appliqued lace flowers, set off
with iridescent sequins and seed
pearls, as were the tiny cap sleeves.
A blush-pink illusion fingertip veil
Heated from the chantilly Juliet
cap, and white orchids were car-
Tied with the traditional bridal
Bible.
Mrs. Burton Bloom, sister-in-law
i the bride, of New Rochelle, Ne
York, was matron of honor, wear-
ing sky-blue tulle, and Mr Burton
Bloom acted as best man Mrs.
Maurice Niditch selected blush-
k nylon net and lace.
Over 60 guests, including Louis
Bleom. of Atlantic City, New Jer-
Miss Cvnthia Zcller |
To Wed In September
The engagement of'their daugbtJ
ter, Cynthia Elainc.tQ/SaiMefrfcJl
Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mri.
Louis Steinberg, Greensboro, North
Carolina, has been announced by
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zeller, 71^0
Bay Drive, Miami Beach.
The couple met while both were
attending Miami High School. The
bride-elect formerly lived in Brook-
lyn, New York. She was a member
of Samaritans, Honor Council and
the Chorus at Miami High.
Mr. Steinberg, formerly of Syra-
cuse, New York, is in the building.
and construction field in Greens-
boro. The couple plan a Septem-
ber wedding.
Sater, Klametz Will
Reside In Raleigh
On July 23rd. Miss Barbara Sat-
rilklnittnn BtudlO
Mrf, Laurence NMMcfc
Rosenberg, Bassine
Betrothal Revealed
er. daughter of Mrs. Selma Sater.
6860 Abbott Avenue, and the late
Sol Sater. became the bride of
Theodore Klametz. son of Mr. and
Mrs Isadore Landsberg. 8950 Car-
lyle Avenue Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiated.
A reception and buffet followed
in the home of the bridegroom's
parents.
Dr Jack landsberg acted as best
man for his brother. The bride was
given in marriage by her uncle,
George Sater, of Montgomery. Ala-
bama. She selected a vanilla cot-
-,:. the bride's grandfather, at- ,ncir K*ter, ^selyn, to Robert
tended the reception and dinner M- Bassine. son of Mr. and Mrs.
: llowing the ceremony The young ; Harry Bassine. Miami. The bride-
pie will be at home to their L|ect is a gradua,e of South phjla.
friends, lolluwing a motor trip I .. .
through Florida, at 515 SW 6th;d"lph,a Hlgh Sch01 and IS em-
Ut. Mr. Niditch returns to his | P'oyed by the Penn Mutual Insur-
position a.- plant manager for Flair > ance Company.
Len Coleman of Miami. Mr. Bassine is a graduate of Mi-
--------------------- mi Senior High School. Before
Silvertons On Tour; ib Tn I ivp In Vnrfh j Journalism major at the Univer-
1(1 '^nt- "l .NOIUl laity of Florida. While there, he
East Midwood Jewish Center. was sports editor of the Alligator
Brooklyn, New York, is where the and a member of the Board of
Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. Rosen-
berg, of Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
vania, announce the betrothal of ..
their daughter, Roselyn. to Robert ,,on lace street-length gown with
. rriage of Helene Edythe Ken
holz to Sheldon Silverton took
piece on July 26th.
The former Miss Kenholz was
a resident of Miami Beach and
C< ral Gables for the past 18 years,
having graduated from Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Miami.
Mr. Silverton is from Flushing.
New York. He attended Syracuse
University, Syracuse, New York,
Student Publications.
He is a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi, .social fraternity, and Sigma
Delta (hi. journalism fraternity.
Mr Bassine is stationed at the Nav-
al Air Test Center, Patuxent River,
Maryland. He expects to be releas-
ed to inactive duty in February.
Although no definite date has
been set. the wedding will be in
the Spring.
Ardmore
AIM. Theodore Kfomefi
kn<\ graduated from the University.1 \f:.... CV:.U.~_ /
oi Miami, where he was a member \ M'Sh eillherg (ilVCIl
Of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He !};., /",, n; ti, i
is currently employed in the steel KII1g ()l1 Birthday
industry with his father in New For hpr hirthf,av Mic -. fcowPed neckline and dotted by
York and Central America. FemW/recced an ? I ^ ^"^ "" hoW-ngth
For her bridal gown, newlywed ij'S Fr.dT engagement illus.on veil was attached to a
Mrs. Silverton chose white rose! The bride elect', narnt. m J2E pearls and rhinestones.
p. int lace, with a twelve-inch chap- Mrs Reuhen thC c I N7'>wed Mrs Klamentz carried
1 tram and bouffant skirt. The 2h*'SS'VJS'S ? SW orch.ds on a Bible. Her only piece
bodice was tight fitting, and the S*ro2^S^?l^lSrir*5 W3S S,"nd of Pearls
neckline was scalloped and trim- t 0*ofM anim^i fif LaS* b"de attended ,he New
med with mother-of-pearl sequins. t S SWlVhtS" rf"1-"''^0^ &h~' f Business and he
Her headpiece was a lace over- ^wj? SLJE. ^22* Washin8ton ^"ool of Art in Wash-
satin tiarra-like crown trimmed Miamf ffirt t-hL? S .. T 11"*10"' D C Mr Klamelz rece'ved
with baby pearls and mo.her-of- "g The UnivSsi^ of Mil! d" S *? at the Universit* f
Mm. Ale*ar,1tr Winick
Fleischman, Winick
Wed Sunday
Miss Beatrice Fleischman met
Alexander Winick during a vaca-
tion trip to Miami in November,
1952. They were married on Sun-
day at the Lincoln Manor.
The bride's parents are the Al-
fred E. Fleischmans, of Maspeth,
New York. Mr. Winick's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Win-
ick, of 214 NW 23rd Street.
Newlywed Mrs. Winick wore a
white waltz length gown of import-
ed chantilly lace and nylon tulle.
The fittde bodice had lace sleeves,
and her matching lace headpiece
featured lace medallions centered
with pearls. She carried a white
Bible and white orchids.
The bride's only attendant was
Mrs. Morton Fellman. She was at-
tired in brown nylon lace and car-
ried yellow carnations. Best man
was Ronald LeVine, and ushers in-
cluded Herbert L. Fleischman and
Charles Winick.
The newlyweds left for a trip
to Varadero Beach and Havana,
Cuba, following the reception at
the Lincoln Manor.
The bride is employed as a legal
secretary for Blackwell, Walker
and Gray. Mr. Winick has been
a Miami resident for five years,
coming here from Teaneck, New
Jersey. He is now manager of the
Winick Auto Radiator Service in
Miami.
Miss Weinlnrg !\ta
William Martin
Th former Ariene Weinh*. J
""^ *& Wi,,Um ^berts*
onJWylSth.atTempieBeUH
Stamford. Cooaecticut ft**
id W. PMrtaan officiate
ceremony.
Tlw bride is the daughter of J
and Mrs. Morris w Weik Jl
2264 SW 2nd Street. Mi,?" -,
Martin is the son of Mr, LN
Martin and the late Mr. Martm^
Stamford. "" 1
Given in marriage by hw er. the bride chose a -^ J
ensemble of pink French alJ
lace over pleated nylon tuU/3
lace jacket and mitts The "*l
was of matching lace with a fln!!H
tip veil of French illusion %
carried a white Bible with 2
orchid and baby's breath.
Maid of honor was Vema W*.
berg, sister of the bride, attired i
a waltz-length pale pink lace go
with a rose beige stole of net
a rose beige feathered capola.
carried red roses.
Best man waa Herbert E. Ma
ei book, three large white orchids,
orange blossom and stephanotis.
After spending a week at Mon-
tauk Manor. Long Island. New
York, the couple will tour South
and Central America and then re-
turn to Panama for a brief vaca-
tion period. They plan to make
their home in New York.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, offi-
ciated at the double ring cere-
mony.
Schwartz in
Miami Viaitor
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Schwartz
and their son, David Yigal, of Chi-
cago, Illinois, are vacationing on
Miami Beach.
Schwartz is vice president of the
Hebrew Teachers' Federation of
America, president of the Chicago
Hebrew Teachers' Union, secretary
of the Chicago Histadruth Ivrith
Society and of the Society for Ad-
vancement of Hebrew Culture.
He will meet with local Hebrew
teachers to study education con-
ditions here and to bring a mes-
sage to the Greater Miami Hebrew
Teachers' Association.
Mill tlaimt Feii.fc.ra
She is a member of Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fraternity
and a student affiliate of the Amer-
ican Chemical Society.
Mr. Mutter graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School, attended
Emory university and is now a
biology major at the U. of M
Spangenthals Are
In British Indies
Saturday evening at the Roney
Plaza Hotel was the time and site
of the marriage of Miss Lois Bert
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Berg, 3414 Sheridan Avenue, and
Bernard Spangenthal. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolf Spangenthal, New
York City.
Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at
the ceremony. The bride was given
away by her father and mother.
Mrs. Marilyn Spangenthal. of
New York, sister-in-law of the
bridegroom, was matron of honor.
Miss Sandra Whitman, of Miami,
acted as maid of honor.
The bride's gown of chantilly
lace over satin was cathedral-
length. The veil of tulle was at-
tached to a Juliet cap, and she
carried two white orchids with or-
ange blossom streamers on a Bible.
Best man was Arno Spaneenthal
Mrs. Joseph Weiss, of 610 SW who came from New York to ,'
York Th0" Juy M,h' in Newl The bride graduated from pen
sSSSSiBaS* *HE
Theta Pi Fraternity and the Honor-
ary Commerce Society.
The couple will spend their hon
eymoon touring the South by car
land will make their home in Ra-
leigh. North Carolina.
The bride in the niece of B. L
Sater. Miami Beach realtor.
Weisman, Weiss
brother of the bridegroom Lert.
S. Han-is. brother in-l;i oT th]
bridegroom, and Richard and Ed-,
ward Martin, cousins of the bride-j
groom, acted as ushers
Newlywed Mrs. Martin attended |
Miami Senior High School, tail
Mannheimer School, the Univer-
sity of Miami and Syracuse I'm-
versity. Syracuse, New York.
The groom studies at Stamford
High School. Milford Prep Scboelj
and James Milliken University [
Decatur. Illinois.
Following a honeymoon spent a"
the Mayflower Hotel in l'lymoutk.]
Massachusetts, the couple are nw
at home at 178 Seaton Road. Stair-
ford, where the groom is associ-
ated with the firm of Frank* *f
tin and Sons.
Weiss is the manager of the Good-
fnend store there.
Milton Eber To Speak
nip's 5 of ,he Dade c""y
Child Guidance Clinic, will be
guest speaker during the weekly
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tues
,HyuATSt ,Uh' ,2:15 9m, at
he Me, Yin Restaurant, according
S,an announcement this week by
S..J1 "" President Luncheon
chairman is Gershon Miller.
he was a member of Phi Epsilon
Phi Fraternity
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the couple will reside in New York.
Fund Raising Luncheon
A fund raising luncheon u the
summer project for the Debonk
Group of Hadassah will be held
the Scheherazade Room of the Al-
giers Hotel on August 12th. Ne-
ly installed president. Mrs Her
bert Gutman. will preside at the,
luncheon meeting. She will be tr-
usted by past president. Mrs. WiH
liam Lee, who now servo as vice j
president of the Greater Mia*
Chapter of Hadassah Some 1,
women are expected to attend tie j
summer event.
Seven Lively Arts
Modern art will be the subject
of a talk by Robert Zimmerman be
fore Friends of the Seven Lively
Arts on Friday evening at J
11th Street The open forum. *1*
ed for 8 p.m. will also prese"
readings by Chaim Rose.
Dessert Cord Party
A dessert eard party will bell*
tured by the Golda Myerson a
Miss Fussier Interviewed
Mr,. Marie Volpe's guest on her
will' KovrT KrVer SUUOn WKAT- oocr Women's Organuatio.. -
2 vioE T?*Amer- Sy -ternoon. 12:30 P*-*
president.


.AY. AUGUST 7, 1SS3


PAGES
Ice,
yntbia Goldberg and her
Sid Kronish, are vacation-
wi;h Miss Goldberg's grand-
er. Mrs. Miriam Press, of 011
(Street, Miami Beach. Mr. Kron-
is an Associated Press feature
|er.
ft 4 r. and Mrs. Bill Masur, Miami
fch restaurant operators, are va-
loni.-K at the Lake Tarleton
in New Hampshire.
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ImTg Greater Miamians now
Lti r.ing in the North Carolina
bntiins, at Duncraggan Inn, are
jar.i'. Mrs. S. J. Spector, of 1824
\ke'.i Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Al-
ZJka, 6881 Bay Drive; Mr.
[Mr-. Gus R. Roberts, 9451 East
E1. ... Drive, Bay Harbor
nd; Mr and Mrs. James M. Al-
, 4505 Michigan Avenue; and
and Mrs. C. M. Posner, 1037
Im.ra Circle, Coral Gables.
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and Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall
d.. ..-htcrs. Susan and Sandra,
la-: week for a tour of Flor-
ll.i jisiana, Tennessee and Ken-
|y. They will return to Miami
VugJbt 22nd.
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\ '' Duncraggan Inn,
ide -oiiville. North Carolina,
[Mr and Mrs. N. W. Winokur.
land Mrs. Norman Greenberg,
and Mrs. Harry Cohen, Mrs.
\i I.itl. Mrs. Sheldon Kay, Mr.
Mrs. Louis N. Weiss and
khter. Susan. Mrs. Kate J.
\n and Dr. Irving I. Gordon.
. and Mrs. Louis Krensky and
Mrs. Al Zalka are return-
fco Miami Beach this week af-
ing vacationed in Hender-
ue. North Carolina.
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itor and Mrs. Samuel Kele-
e dividing their summer va-
>etween Canada and Mex-
: nd Mrs Stephen Kessler, of
NW 38th Terrace, announce
ir.h of their daughter, JoAnn.
\y ins her brother, Charles Jef-
io is 13 months old. Grand
|r.- are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kess-
North Venetian Way.
Fred K. Shochet was guest of
honor at a dinner party last week
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mindlin. 440 Marmore, Coral Gab-
les.
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Mrs. Anita Berg left Sunday for
her New York home after a two-
week visit here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut.
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Miss Patsy Reisman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251
SW 7th Street, has just been ac-
cepted at Mary Washington Col-
lege of the University of Virginia.
Miss Reisman graduated from Mi-
ami High School and will leave for
the opening of the college term on
September 14th.
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Nat Roth will attend the mid-
year meeting of tbe executive ad-
visory council of the National As-
sociation of Women's and Child-
ren's Apparel Salesmen in New
York on August 12th. He is past
president of the association.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coolik, of 9740
Weat Broadview, Bay Harbor
Islands, announce the birth of their
son, Russel Gregg. He joins his
sister, Susan, 6, and brother, Jeff-
rey, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, of Miami
Beach, and the Dave Cooliks, Mac-
on, Georgia.
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Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz have
returned to Miami Beach after va-
cationing in the North and attend-
ing the wedding of their daughter
which took place in Brooklyn, New
York.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gertner have
just returned from a Northern va-
cation. Mr. Gertner is executive
director of Mount Sinai Hospital.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis are
on an extended vacation taking
them to Denver, Hololulu and San
Francisco. They will both be pres-
ent at the convention of the Amer-
ican Hospital Association of which
Mr. Lewis is a director. Mrs. Lewis
is affiliated with the organization's
auxiliary.
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Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodman are
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countries.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, of
327 Jefferson Avenue, have return-
ed to Miami Beach following a
month vacation at Hot Springs and
a brief stopover in Tallahassee to
attend the Bar Mitzvah of Harold
Gibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
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in the Sans Souci Hotel on the oc-
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where she is at the side of Mr.
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part of their summer vacation.
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spending their vacation in Banff,
Lake Louise and California. With
them are their daughter, Felicia,
and son, James.
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Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Rosen, of
2926 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami
Beach, will mark their golden an-
niversary on Sunday with a dinner
for their four children and eight
grandchildren at the Sorrento Ho-
tel. The Rosens came to the United
States in 1905, and moved to Mi-
ami from Chicago in 1947.
Cr Dr. Hyman Rubitsky and Miss
Carol A. Klein will be honored dur-
ing Saturday morning services at
the Israelite Center. The couple
will be married on Sunday.
Cr Cr -Cr
A son, Leon Frank, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Soot in, 6576
SW 22nd Street, Miami, at Mount
Sinai Hospital on August 1st. Ma-
ternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Woolson, of Worcester,
Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Sootin, long time Miami resi-
dents, are the paternal grandpar-
ents.
Sister hood Cord Party
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a dessert card party on Mon-
day, August 10th, 1 p.m., in Kap-
lan Hall, according to an announce
Hnent this week by Mrs. Leopold
Schwartz, president. Proceeds are
earmarked for Temple Israel's Re-
ligious School expansion program.
The school is Sisterhood's major
project.
Registration Open
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation this week announced that
registration is now open for He-
brew School students. Classes will
begin on August 10th, according
to H. M. Drewich, president. Spir-
itual leader and principal is Rabbi
Simon April. The faculty includes
Cantor Berele Kelemer and Mrs.
Rebecca Kelemer, formerly of the
Hebrew Academy faculty.
Hints For The
Brlde-To-Be
"Personalized Service" by Elaine,
of the Blackstone Flower Shops.
We remain with you throughout
your rehearsal and ceremony no
additional charge. Budget wed-
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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-
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Hialeah Boat Ride
The Hialeah Miami Springs Jew-
ish Community Center has com-
pleted plans for its fourth annual
boat ride to be given on Sunday
night, August 16th. Chairmen in
charge of tickets are the Mesdames
Phylis Zeit, Charlotte Gouz and
Sara Askowitz. Mr. A. Goldberg
is in charge of entertainment, and
food service will be planned by
Mrs. S. Goldman.
JWV Auxiliary To
Show Cancer Film
A film on cancer, with a
tion and answer period, fo,
will be shown al YBrrSBr
ing of the Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet-
erans No. 174 on Wednesday, Aug-
ust 12th, 8:30 p.m., at Beth El Con-
gregation.
Miss Gloria Wollie, of the Amer-
ican Cancer Society, will handle
details concerning the showing of
the film, and Dr. Paul S. Roland,
representative of the Dade County
Medical Association, will answer
all questions pertaining to the
film.
Dr. Roland is a graduate of the
Columbia University College of
Physicians and Surgeons and has
practiced in this city since 1947.
B'nai B'rith Women
Hold Summer Parties
B'nai B'rith women's chapters
are continuing their summer card
parties.
The Miami Beach Chapter will
hold its weekly menorah card par-
ty at the Empress Hotel on Wed-
nesday. August 12th, 1 p.m.
The North Shore Chapter will
meet at the Monte Carlo Hotel
on Wednesday, August 12th, 12:30
p.m.
The Hollywood Chapter will hold
a mah jong party at the Jewish
Community Center on Tuesday,
August 11th, 8:30 p.m.
Mona Ludwig and Alan Keys
in a scene from Arthur
Schnitzler's Love's Merry-Go-
Round which will be perform-
ed by the Casablanca Play-
ers starting Tuesday.
Will Donate Profits
Abe Kaplan, president of the
Greater Miami Chevra -Kadisha.
this week announced the decision
of the association that all profits
derived from its activities in the
community will be devoted to the
furthering of religious education
by supporting educational institu-
tions of those organizations that
will be affiliated with it. Morris
B. Frank and Abe Pepper are vice
presidents of the Association. Har-
ry Shwiller is secretary and Sam
Dick son. treasurer.
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Mendelssohn Concerto To Be Featured ^g^^fa
Fred Jonas, pre^djhyjf thJ Mi-
ami Beach IsraoTZionist District.
thi-i week announced that Scrip
certificates to relatives and friends
in Israel n-.ust be sent early this
>ar since Rosh Hashonah is on
September 9th
The Miami Beach Israel Zionist
Pi-tric!. 420 Lincoln Road. Room
510. telephone 5^)346. is the local
representatives for Scrip
Scrip is obtainable in denonuna-
aj S10. $15 and $25 certifi-
for which the recipient re-
ceives a larse variety of food.
be-M elednca. Appliances are
.k-a*s saad tkat those who have
bo relatwes *t tneads in Israel
Sunday; Miss Joyce Flissler Is Soloist
Felix Mendelssohn's Concerto for
\ iin in E minor will be the main
,k -cheduled to be performed
the University of Miami Sum-
Symphony Orchestra on Sun-
evening. August 9th. 8 p.m., at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
-t conductor will be Izler Solo-
in-, n.
.' ace Flissler will perform the
taiileissohii concerto. A striking
ressjon of musicality and ma-
Tity was made by this young vi-
joist at her New York concert
in Town Hall last >eason.
York born and trained, she
I emnecs that a Beethoven Mm
i. .-muted the first composi-
e ever learned. Thi< -.-
en she was about four and "'" '*rM Ht*sitt
Taste oi success, winning a scbol-, throughout the South and East. aa, ^rs^i seeding the help_
IV-hip tu the Mannes School of, The Sucdaj program will afc,-Our office has a list of such
M\:-ic. -iude GluUa's Overture to Russ- names." he saad.
At the High School of Music and land and Ludnuiia. the Larjjo ud He iXx eip.iart that many peo-
be was elected to Arista, the JFinale from Dvoraks New WorJe P*? <*nd Scnp in honor of birth-
scholastic society, and was also Symphony. Sibelius' Finiandia andl days, anniversaries and in memory
the first girl concertmaster" in ( Tschaikowsk}'s March. Slav .of departed relatives and friends.
the senior orchestra of the school. |
t. ben city-wide auditions were op-
ened to high school students by
Leopold Stokowski. she was the
violinist to reach the finals.
; I later she played with the City
pbon) Orchestra under Sto-
ski's direction.
- Flissler also won the Loeb
'.U.-nuria! Prize, the Young Peo-
ple's Philharmonic Auditions and
- Walter W. N'aumburg Founda-
Award that granted her the
p Hall debut at which she
rade so resounding a New York
-. .ees- Miss Flissler has appear-
, -('Iiist with the Young Peo-
ple's Symphony under Leon Bar
and the Plainfield Symphony
-ides her orchestral appear-
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August 12th. 7 p.m.. at the home
In Robert S. Robinson. 4180
Drive, according to Miss
an Goodman, presidentelect
!." charge of reservations, which
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PAGE 11
sraeli Pianist Will Play Here
jwih Plorldlen Ptitwt
It happened in Jerusalem during
he fateful years of war against
he Nazis in 1941. The Jew in
Germany and in other European
Mates were persecuted and tortur-
ed in the Third Reich's gas cham-1
ers and crematory ovens, andj
there was a superhuman under-
ground striving to save at least the'
Jewish children from the Nazi ter-1
The head and the organizing
rit of the Youth Aliytm move-1
sent was the great old lady Henri- {
fctta Szold, who some 30 years be:
fore had succeeded in rounding the
women's arm of the Zionist Organ-
ation Hadassah. The whole
vorld was grateful to her and was
preparing to participate in the cele-
bration of her 80th birthday.
A little girl pupil of the Jeru-
alcm Conservatory of Music, Ora
Itottenbcrg, then 8 years old, was
leeply impressed by the rumors
t-hich reached her ears about the
Juffcrings of the Jewish children
t h e German concentration
famps. She had also heard about
heir salvation through Youth Ali-
b-ah The little pupil tried to ex-
press her sentiments by music and
omposed a song starting with sev-
Ira I sad tunes which subsequently
(hanged into a fiery Mora.
She also wrote words to accom-
pany the song and then showed it
her teacher, who passed it on
Henrietta Szold. The latter was
ather surprised by this unusual
birthday gift and invited little Ora
or a cup of tea and a friendly
hat.
"And what would you like as a
ouvenir of this afternoon?" she
Eked the youthful pianist.
Quietly, Ora replied: "A photo
pken of us before the Youth All-
ah building in Jerusalem."
Today, Ora Hot ten berg is 20
pars old. She is preparing for
^ncert with the University of Mi-
ni Summer Symphony Orchestra
the Miami Beach Auditorium on
Jugust 16th. The Israeli pianist is
ere with Henriette Michelson, an
tmerican pianist who has been
^aching in Jerusalem for the past
yoars at the New Jerusalem
Dnservatoire and Academy of Mu-
I Miss Michelson is visiting with
fer sister, Mrs. Marie Vohj>e, eoaf-
fcrt manager of the University of
liami Symphony Orchestra. i
I Miss Michelson deplore* the fad
it a wealth of talent exists U
el without the means for devel-
|ng it. "Our lack of Instruments
Pianos, -cellos, violins, even

rip, Sova Announce
dependent Operation
NEW YORKIrving Jaffe, presi-
nt of Scrip To Israel, Inc., and
* Shulgasser, president of Sova
racl Stores Inc., announced this
eek that both companies are now
erating their distribution cen-
t's in Israel separately and inde-
'ndcntly.
Up to the present date, both
"P and Sova customers ex.-
anged gift certificates for food
d other essentials in the same
intly operated stores in Israel.
Holders of Sova certificates will
'* be served in Sova Israel stores
clusively. Holders of Scrip To
certificates will exchange
Script gifts in Scrip's new
ares at Tel Aviv. Haifa and Jer-
palem. I
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flues and our desperate need
for more and better teachers, par-
ticularly for the stringed instru-
ments," she says, "are all slowing
down the progress in music that
would otherwise be made in Is-
rael."
Describing the school where she
teaches, Miss Michelson reveals
that "it has no building; we rent
tegular school building, which
means we cannot use it except af-
ter school hours and weekends,
and we cannot protect from dam-
age by the non-musical pupils the
few pianos we own."
Miss Michelson expects to pre-
sent her pupil, Ora Rottenberg, in
a number of private recitals in
New York before returning to Is-
rael "in order to make a little
I money for instruments and schol-
arships." The school is supported,
as far as available funds will reach,
by the Educational Department of
the Israel Government. It has
some 1,000 students.
Miss Michelson has, herself, per-
formed a number of times in Mi-
ami. She played in two all-Beetho-
ven recitals in 1948 and 1949, and
In a sonata recital with 'cellist Jean
Bedetti, also in 1949. Before going
to Israel, she was a piano instruc-
tor in New York City's Julliard
School of Music.
Zamora Men Meet
The Men's Club of Zamora Jew-
ish Center inaugurated the first
of a series of four breakfasts on
Sunday, August 2nd. Rabbi Max
M. Landman, spiritual leader, was
guest speaker. Louis Kroll, presi-
dent of the Men's Club, announced
the date of the next breakfast as
Sunday, August 23rd.
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(quiry Shows
lathy, Fear
By BORIS SMDL'Ak1
lew it h Telegraphic Agncy
30L ON JUDAISM: From time
me Jewish students at Harvard
the pulse" among their col-
jes on their identification with
lism. Last year, the results of
a poll presented a rather
ny picture. Most of the stu-
were not ashamed of being
L b.it they said that they were
only because thefr parents
Jews. They knew nothing
kt Judaism and cared little
It it. This year, the survey in-
ed college students from all
the country. They attended
Brandeis Camp Institute, a
Bier camp of Jewish study, and
wire asked to answer a num-
|of questions to establish the
it of their identification with
lisir and the extent of their in-
nt> as Jews.
le questionnaire, prepared by
|olm D Rivkin, a Harvard stu-
had been pre-tested on 30
jents from Harvard, Radcliffe
| Brandeis University. The re-
of the study led to the con-
Ion that American Judaism is
|g the character of a positive.
satisfying force. Mr. Rivkin
h.i-..'"l that if Judaism is to
|ve and develop, Jewish lead-
mist "re-examine, re-evaluate
Ire-define" its role in terms of
pnt day problems, not past ex-
fence- He found the highest
of identification with Jewish
lamonu Orthodox and Conserv-
students, women with exten-
education and office-holders in
sh organizations. The lowest
of identification came from
knt? with Reform or agnostic
n.unils. or those who had
fed Jewish education.
Imin showed strong tenden-
to be more identified than
This is because Jewish
in this country offer its
in a larger variety of activi-
Also probably because the
tends to be oriented away
the home toward the larger
lt> where he mUst find occu-
fcia! -tatus In this atmosphere.
i- a corresponding lessening
lone- and attractiveness to-
ls Jewish identification. On
ther hand, the Jewish woman,
he has less opportunity
Ichicvcment in the occupation
prld, tends to join Jewish wom-
Rroups and adopts more Jew-
talues than men.
PAGE 13
Blocked Accounts
Are Reopened
Continued from Page 1
ment had passed a resolution per-
mitting Jordanian citizens to sign
the revised application forms.
The two other objections of the
Jordanian Government to the trans-
fer of the blocked accounts, the al-
legations that ten percent of the
money which was in compulsory
loans would not be paid and that all
money over five hundred pounds
would be confiscated, were simply
canards. The compulsory loans
were to be refunded under the
scheme it should be explained
here that ten percent of all bank
accounts in Israel, whether Arab
or Jewish, had to be put into com-
pulsory loans. "The payment of
amounts over 500 pounds sterling,"
Mr. Reedman's statement says, "is
in no way affected by their trans-
fer to the Custodian of Absentee
Property. These accounts will be
fully available in future releases
that are made."
Some idea of the amount involv-
ed in the release of the blocked
accounts to Arab refugees in Jor-
dan alone is revealed by Mr. Reed-
man. In his statement, he says: "By
the end of June, the transfers of
sterling on approved accounts, at
the rate of 50 pounds sterling per
month on each account, will
amount to approximately 50,000
pounds starling."
High Holiday Tickets
The Beth David Synagogue Com-
mittee on Seats for the High Holi-
days this week announced that
tickets may be purchased daily
from 9 a.m., to 5 p.m. Evening
sales are slated between 7 and 9
p.m. The committee will also be
available on Sundays until 12
noon.
Ss^
JGUST BROS RV/
ta'tht at \rf
TB Relief Meeting
The Greater Miami Jewish Con-
sumptives Relief Society will hold
its Board Meeting on Tuesday, Aug-
ust 11th. 8 p.m., at the Sorrento
Hotel. A delegate will be chosen
to attend the annual conference
in Denver, Colorado, which is to
take place the end of this month.
Dr. Cohen Opens Office
Dr. Herman Cohen has opened
a new office for the practice of
general medicine. A graduate of
Tulane Medical School, Dr. Cohen
served his internship at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 3527
Pinetree Drive.
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'*THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
11,i'?i?kit; CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOe OOUNTY, IN
CHANCERY. No. 1S1M5
JB88IB WI1.UA MS and
MILDIUCD WH.UAHS, nla wife,
Plaintiff*,
vs.
I'KHHINK GRANT LAND COMPANY,
a Kluilda Corporation, and HKNRY
WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS,
lila wife, If any. Defendants.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE NAME OK THK
STATK OK KI.OKIDA:
TO: HENRY WILLIAMS, and......
WILLIAMS, 111* wife, If livlns.
and whoae addreaaea are un-
known:
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, de-
visees, grantees, credltora or oth-
er parties claiming; by, through.
under or against HENRY WIL-
LIAMS and ........ WILLIAMS.
his wife. If any, not known to be
dead or alive;
i\.*u au.ii/, as to each of the
above named defendant indlvld-
i "Is If thev he deceaaed, then
all unknown helra, devisees, gran-
tees, credltora or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against auch defendants.
AND ALSO an other and un-
known persona having or claim-
ing to have any right, title or
Interest In the property which
la the subject matter of this
suit, said property ly.ng and be-
ing In Dade County, 1-iortda, and
nan particularly described as
follows:
Lot 10 In Work 3 of SOUTH
PERBINB SUBDIVISION, ac-
coi cling to tne rial thereof re-
corded In Plat Book 3, at Page
66. of the Public p....id- of
Dade County, Florida.
YOU AND KACH OK YOU are herebv
notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
Plaintiffs above named, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the plaintiffs.
In and to the property involved here-
inabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND
REQUIRED to file your answer In
said suit on or before the 9th day of
September, 1S53, and in default of
auch answer, a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you and each
of you.
Dated August 5, 1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
v::< s.ybold Building
Miami. Florida
S/7-U-21-2S __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
luisiiicss under the fictitious name of
WAIKIKI MOTKI.. at 1X801 Collins
Avenue, Dade County, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
DANIEL LIFTER
BEN NET M. I.IKTER
Attorney for Applicant
UO Lincoln !:..( I. Miami Beach
8/7-14-21-*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
M.EETWOOD HOMES. at Dade
COUNTS', Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County, Kloiida.
SAM GREENBERG
MAE OIIEKNBKRG
LESTER B. GREENRKItG
SHEINER A SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
S/7-14-21-28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30B36-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
EHICK AI.KXANDKR. Deceased
To All Crei.*>ors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
! claims and demands which you. or
I either of you. may have against th*
I estate of ERK'K ALEXANDER, de-
I ceased late of Dude County, Florida,
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 months from the date of
the first publication hereof, Bald
claims or demands to contain the legal
addreas of the claimant and to be
sworn to nnd presented as aforesaid.
or same will be burred.
Date August 4. A.D. Ir,3.
CATHERINE ALEXANDER
As Executrix of the
I.ast Will aud Testament of
fcRICK ALEXANDER.
Deceased
PAI.I.OT, SILVER St ML'LLOY
701 Congress Bulldlfi*. Miami. Ha.
Attorneys for Executrix
8/7-14-21-28
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!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. I*MM
MURIEL GLASEIt. Plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT GI.ASEB. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT GI.ASER
6224 Elwell Crescent, Rego Park
Long Island, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your answer to the
bill of complaint for aivorce hied here-
in on plaintiff's attorney, RICHARD
KRIEGER KINK. 412 Congress Build-
ing, Miami, r'.orlda, and to file the
. .....i,...' the above Court on or before the 8th
day of September, 1953. or a default
will be entered against you.
DATED this 4th day of August.
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: M. C. GREEN
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+ i<~i**nnrk**r
nUDAY. AUGUST
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
- !d Friday evening services at
. :j pm. Saturday morning sen
jres are at 9 a.m Mincha wiU be
15 p.m. Daily sen-ices are at
T 30 am., and 7 pm

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
' d Friday evening services at 6
- Saturday morning senices
8:30 am Mincha will be at
p m.. followed by Shalos Seudos
ices are at 7:45 am and
at fc46l
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday e rvices at 6 30
. of senices
Rabbi Morton Ma-
te and c-
" ncha is at
- '
- are at 8 a.m..
wn.
S *
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will


I
I
. n ices
. con-
- :s
-.. -.

-
------ htnq
45 pM
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
:-.ST:TL,TE
Iknr-
t 7 pm
: .-: H Eier
iting and .-eusdaf Neither
- N Diminish There-
Kiddush will follow. Mm-
6 15 pm Maanv will
rludes the Sabbath sen ice.
Goldstein, son of Mr and Mrs Jac
ob Goldstein. The Oneg Shabbat
will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs
Louis Greenfield and the Men's
Club. Saturday morning senices
are at 930 a.m. Daily senices are
at 9 a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold regular senices Friday eve
ning at 6:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Max
M Landman officiating and assist-
ed bv Cantor David Bagley and
Reverend Rudolf E Bnll Senices
will begin at 9 a.m.. Saturday, with
the reading of the portion of the
Torah Allan, son of Mr and Mrs
Leon Smith, will become Bar Mm
van. Rabbi Landman's sermon at
11 am. will be entitled: A Bleu
ing Or A Curse. Which The Men a
Group will meet at the Cen-
ter at 6 p m Saturday Their sub-
ject will be the sixth chapter of
- Of Our Fathers Mincha l-1
scheduled for 6 45 p m and Maar-
730pm Shalos Seudos will
follow _________
Obituaries
CARL STLTZlN
V
Obituaries
ass
rial wa HU1-
morlal Char*l. Mlmml ta*k.ll ^"Tl
o# local amngrmtmim. Mr. iu
h*atMc ,l ???,"
lt.iu.1 an ... H* ktrw bin wifa. ''"'' "
son.. AIU-rl and Herman. Chtcaso.
ST a daunhter. Mr.. I.llllan lUrark.
Miami lleai-h. '
'.
VRS ELEANOR mEiSLER
-
- .
- -
AOOtPM FRIEDMAN
--
-
-
. Hecht. Mr-
: I
ran
- -ada> t I
r.-.v h.
ABE KERMAN
:. ... PBba H'h "^r^"',-.^
la lhai I U ~r>1vfd b) hi*
H* -> -> nwmbt of TVmj.lr iarart
ROSALIE AARON
, Waat I "aim BsMk "-
. f jn eM-nW lllneaa. A
lor llw pat U ra*a.
bvtrtkOT I -t*>
Henn Aaron, and a "'""
Ml of WaaB^PMg
l.. I*ava a l.rothrr In
taV North Rabb. Hhlltl- WVmb*rr. of
.ie<1 lntrrowii
reel i>rifry.
SAMUEL J*COBS
hotel family whl.-h ;P-
I! tl
. wmur an.l l-t Strct. *''
IIoh. and thr Lake TartaMJl Club
. N, h I -<1 Thuraday ai
N'.H ol !" folb.winK
' 'Sullv
Miami I^-ach
-" "' Tun-
Miami BMFh. of-
.d in Wood la an
.
- retired fn.m actual
I. rl Tart. r. Hot*!
* Hamj.hir* rraort. bul
_ war* reiamm
;-
d th^ winter niontha at Mi-
New
li Suf iina '"' f;>e aooa.
MUton and
I ta dausBlora.
M"
Miami
I
joseph"escowitcm
I \-' Mum'
died Jul> Banieoa w
i.-J
.,:. tii barlaj in Mount
cowitch came
\. York af-
lh>-re
fa. "lertrude:
g AJbcru ind i^'Uij
I tan Sony a
and Mm Kom Maj
LOUIS FUCMLM
. rendina at 40 SW JOth Rd.. paaaad
..> BMl F>lda) evanlna. A renldent
here for 10 yeara. nrnilni from I
lyn. N T and wn. a retired halter
.Survived by 1 ""w. Herbert, of Mi-
ami, and Ira, ol New York, a daugh-
ter. Mr< Minna Illdom. Of Miami, two
brother*. ai. of Br*klyn. Jullu*. of
Loa Ancalea. Cal and a aiaier. alra.
Max Jeldman. f I>" Annelea. Ha
alao mbtm four iirandchlldran Herv-
Icea were held In the Miami Chapel of
Cordon Funeral Home Flurlal fol-
lowed it Ml Netx. I'en.ftery
MAXWELL WASSERu*!,
M, B rellratf apart men. "!!*"!_
of 1111 f*th Ht MUii, ru?!w"nwl
Krtday at frlendj. He came fr.,, AtlanifeSjl
WJ.. lIyearaao. suri .,* ^
wMa. CUto. and a atotcr Mr, %"
uot Otndy. Rarrk-u
w- "- -' w-w^i lailU
ptara la Atlantic City, with
burm
'*
piac* in aumik t.-ity. with MtJSf
STmorlal rhapel. Staml \vP+
charite of local arran,.I,*ntiKi'
MRS. ANNA S. BEAR
K. of 41i 8W Mth Aw ,hrt v.,
day. Mra. Bear came here i. ,tv"
f>. Hervicea were held m Akr.^'T1!
with Miami Rlveralde fhap. |,!IlU-
locaUy. gurvlvin. ar, \">
Mra. Bale Klelnman. of A,7. **
SAMUEL CASSEL
" Chii.ic >n who lived at
Harbor l'r. Hay Harbor
I.Und*. for the l..t five >eara. naaa-
^.1 away July 3"th Services took
place in t'hicairo with Kivenide Me-
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION .U hold Friday
-:ng iBTffBBl at 6 45 p.m Sat-
.:-ay -r. ..".; -er\:ces are at 8:30
- RakM Staa n April will offi-
. Hbobhc The Joy Of Life.
tor Berele Kelemer will render
the musical portion of the liturgy
A class in Mishna is scheduled for
z 30 pm. and will be followed b>
Eka and Shalos Seudos.

NORTH DAOE JEWISH CEN-
TER *... r. A Fnday evening B8T-
- at 8:15 p.m. The Oneg Shab-
- will be sponsored by Mr and
:--: n honor of their
and Mrs Raymond
TEMPLE SINAI -:day
l ices i.: 8 30pm Rab-
ipiro will officiate and '
sen L .-.-
-
:or
.der the
sea -- of the hturgy.
. :-z recited by Joel (
V J. Freedman
& M. Itc|>hun
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>AY. AUGUST 7, 1953
LEGAL WOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
iorira is hereby civen that
undersigned, desiring-to engage la
iHinrss under the flctltloua name of
Vi cuVK APTS.. at 800-l-20
fiiili St., Miami Bench, .Fla., intepd
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"'"XATHAS 11'(HERMAN
SARAH liiiliElt.MAN, his wife
s/7-14-21_________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27603-B
ESTATE OF
u i-iiKD H. NICHOLSON, Deceased
JTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
.iiTICE is hereby given that I have
t-il my final report and petition for
nal Discharge a Administratrix of
estate of ALFRED H. NICHOL-
iS. deceased; and that on the 24th
- of August, 1953, I will apply to
Honorable County Judges of Dade
mity, Florida, for approval of said
;ii report and for final discharge as
I'lUTiiMiatrlx of the Estate of AL,-
iKIi H. NICHOLSON, deceased.
This IClh day of July, 1853.
MERCEDES M. NICHOLSON
fERS, HKIMAN KAPLAN
ornevs for Administratrix
El-31 8/7-14_________________
nil CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
}R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
IIANCERY. No. 161301
I.MKS F YOPP, Plaintiff,
|CT I HENDERSON YOPP,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l.l Y I. HENDERSON YOPP
.',15 South Front Street
Wilmington, North Carolina
tor AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ID RKgl'IRED to serve a copy of
pr Answer or other pleading to the
of complaint for Divorce filed
^inst you by JAMBS F. YOPP. In
above-xtyled cause, upon THEO-
ll;K It NELSON, One Lincoln Road
piilinK, Miami Beach, Florida, and
the original thereof In the office
It he Clerk of the above-styled Court
oi before the 22nd day of August,
otherwise the allegations of said
will be taken as confessed by you.
t>.\Ti:ii this 22nd day of July, 1953.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M R. Ml'KRAT
I) Deputy Clerk
1-11 1/7-14
THi COUNTr JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
RIOA IN PROBATE. No. 30537-B
IR. ESTATE I IP
.\;i:i.i:s MIHo. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ : Creditors and All Persons Hav-
t ',. Id Batata;
hi, and each of you. are hereby
fled and required to present any
in and demands which you, or
r of JTOU, may have against the
t- of ANGELES M1RO, deceased
I Kid,- County, Florida, to the
FRANK 11 I"\VL1NG, County
of Dade County, and file the
in his i.fill .- in the County
-thouse in Hide County, Florida,
in eight i alendar months from
dale of the first publication here-
Sald claims or demands to con-
th legal address of the claim -
mil to sworn to and presented
I, or same will be barred.
.Section 120 of the 1913 Probate
He July 2. A.D. 1952.
RALPH H. MIRO,
li Executor of the Last Will
and testament of
,-..M.EVTNE8 M'RO- D*Ce*"'1
) for Estate of
ftlgelea .\llro
N \V. 12th Ave.
1-24-11 8/7
+Jel*t>nnr*#+r,
PAGE 15
LEGAL ROTICE
NOT,OK xzsrjx'*
ii I fitch
Clerk of 7h'"V*-, "V" nam- *'" "'
^.'u,n^y0^^,ohre.da"'CU', ** "' *
EDWARD fW& W'8HN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In TandC^Nty j5oo? court
Sr7^vl? FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. MSII-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRENE ADLER, lie, cased
i_ ... r,en,,orB "'] All Persona Hav-
E*taie" r Den",nd" Against Said
T.'i!'Jand.eacn of J">u- "" hereby
notified and required to present any
calms and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against tho
f..f '% rL!RE?'K ADIJCR, deceased
late of Dade County, Florlila. to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and ffje the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade < ounty, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be aworr
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date July 29. A.D. 1953.
RUDOLPH R. ADLER,
As Executor of the Last
and Testament of
IRENE ADLER, Deceased
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for executor
T/31 8/7-14-21
Will
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
KNCERY. No. 161149
t"A Im'WANDA KLENK,
Plaintiff.
1 IT FREDERICS KLENK.
--_. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
AI.I,El:r FREDERICK KLENK
Jl, W. 120th Street
Ni w York, New York
I. .)!'K 'IF.REI1Y NOTIFIED
It a inn of Complaint for Divorce
t>e.-n i ile* against you and you
Hereby required to aerve a copy
l> i Answer to the 11111 of Com-
t"; i I'lalntlffs attorney and to
the original Answer In the office
" lei k of the Circuit Court, on
l"';-ie the 17th day of August.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fl-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUKITY. IN CHANCERY. No. lfeS
NINA IAJCHETTI, Plaintiff
vs.
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS,
etc.. et als., Defendants.
___ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ARMOl'R FERTILIZER
WORKS, a dissolved.
New Jersey corporation,
15 Exchange Place
Jersey City, N. J.;
ARMUPR AND COMPANY OF
DELAWARE, a corporation,
irnlon Stock Yards
Chicago 9, Illinois
O. P. GAINOPS and
LEVY GAINors, his wife,
Residence unknown:
LILLY CASK, and If married,
n----------' ner unknown spouse,
Residence unknown;
R. A. MALONE. and If married.
....... hla unknown spouse,
Residence unknown:
All CNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees,
legatees, grantees, trustees, ad-
ministrators, creditors, or other
partlea claiming by, through, un-
der or against the estate of A. S.
IIELINSKI. deceased: and
If living and If dead, all unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, trus-
tees, assignees, llenors. success-
ors In Interest, creditors or other
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
any estate, right, title, claim or
Interest In or Hen upon the fol-
lowing described property, towlt:
Lots 22, 23 and the West 5 feet
of Lot 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 yon
by NINA LOCHETTI to quiet fhe
LEGAL IfOTICE
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SAL E
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sL,T,.,ue i'f ( '"'"Ur Wortda
Utea Annotated (1941), Ware-
,. ,m niiHjuse lien,
,1.., o J possession the following
described property:
l-SEl. llon-EH,,,,,, FURNITURE
?i- k- ..,."!^r,y "' M,t THOI'TMAN,
^w-wth T.i,.,.., .m,.,,,, n.,r:
usi" t^i i !,n th i:,lh ,lay of Au-
i": '*"3. ,1,ur'"* ,he lpltl "urs of
'1'," 'Inly between 11:00 forenoon
Mluml x (hl' n':rn'">". t 2049 N.
,.JU i Avcnuc. Miami. Florida, the
2 *'. '''Oder for cash In hand the
e^Veof"MMrr,T,r,ou,;Znr,y M h' Pr<>"-
aJ?ATfKyuiV. w1, M,,r"1*-,hH'29,n
A. O. TRANSFER A
7/11 8/7 WAREHoT;sK <-'0., INC.
LEGAL NOTICE
vNOT,CE NUANMDEERLAFYVCTIT'OU8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
th AVKNPE .M'.NimY, at 400 8.W
l.i niTUe- ui*"!1' lntend to register
Wd name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
gggA&D KIC WKLTON
KESSlJ-R^^AHs0^^ W=^TON
A,.i"ry?"2nd0rAvAe"P"C*n,
7/31 i/7-14-21
In THMr,COU^JY JUDGES COURT
L..A.ND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. J0718.B
In Re: ESTATE OF "
HENRT j. MEI.LOV, Deceased
T *,,^?TilCE TO CREDITofiT"
i- Ure.d,,or" and A" Arsons Hav-
Rald Stale: r Ueman<"' Aa'n-t
Ji^U,J*n,ea,:h of you- Bre hereby
notified and required to present any
calms and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HENRY J. MELLof de-
.-eased late of Queens County, New
ork. to the ITbn. W. F. HLANTON
nd FRANK HOWLING. County
Judges of Dade County, and flic the
same In their office In the County
",'r,">oiisc In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
da e "I 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. 1!>53.
HENItY .1. MEI.I.OY. JR.
As Ancillary Administrator
of the Estate of
HENRY J. MELLOY.
GEORGE CHERTKOF Decea,,ed'
7/2t4>M*^_'gr.Anc,"*ry Administrator
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VAL-U DEPT. STOKE, at 2441 8.W.
J7th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ROSE WYNN
____________ MARY OSOFF
KES8LER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 S.W. 22nd Avenue
7/24-31 8/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, at 700 N.E. 1st
Ave., Miami, Fla., Intend t
- register
- said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
tltle to the above described property.'cult Court of Dade County. Florida
Hi
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H. RICK, JR.
Deputy CleVk (seal)
K J- TALIANOFF
"nay for Plaintiff
aUncoh, Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
I-SI 8/7
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attorney. MARX
M. FAUER. at 412 Congress Building.
Miami, Florida, and file the original
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 confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of July, 19S3.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
7/24-11 8/7-14
RENATO LBVI
PUERTO ORVIETO
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
ton Seyl.i,l,l I'.ulMing
7/24-31 8/7-14
.^COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
jRin? .1? DADE COUNTY.
a,R,DA- 'N PROBATE. No. 30608-B
.' I.ST ATE OF
1;|-L1S. Deceased
Mi ',CE TO CREDITORS
111 editors and All Persons Hav-
state- "r ^'""nd" Against Kald
III!! ""', each of you, are hereby
>nd required to present any
[nil demands which, you, or
", rv,'.'u.' .may nave against the
HI. -I EI.I.1S. deceased late
1 ounty, hlorlda, to the Hon.
* of Dade County, and
fame In their office in the
iiihouse In Dade County.
ithlii eight < alendar months
' "* "' the first publication
Bald claims or demands to
' Mgal address of the claim-
Ik'. L.\J"' BWO,n t and presente.l
I 'said .or same will be barred.
HOB 120 of the 1933 Probate
Ju|v 14, A.D. liu
BARAri KLLI8
\M?ZLg oJ" LMt WU1
im i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30444-B
la Re: ESTATE OF
EDWIN L. IUX, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, ro hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate or EDWIN L. RIX, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, 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 months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date July 13. A.D. 1953.
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
As Administrator Cl'M
TESTAMENTS ANNEXO
of the estate of
EDWIN L RIX, Deceased.
MICHAEL M. ISKNHERG
Attorney for Administrator
Cum Testamento Annexo
1407 KiiK-ayhe Bldg Miami, Fla.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NILON EXTERMINATORS, at 1813
ALTON ROAD, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES TAIBL
Sole Owner
LEONARD KALISH
Attorney for Applicant
1001 DuPont Bldg.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
,'.".''.l.,l,:HH.ur"l<'r the fictitious name of
PARK Jl'ICE BAR & SANDWICH
SHOP, at 321 N.E. 1st Street, Miami,
Intend to register laid name with the
I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
FRED TOTILLO
MILDRED V. TARSITANA
___ Sole Owners
KE88LER A- DABS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 S.W. Mad Ave.
7/24-31 8/7-14
'N JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 10
OS1E DUNN. Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES ROBERT DUNN and
I'onoTHY DUNN, his wife, and
BARBARA ANN HARDMAN,
formerly known as BARBARA ANN
DUNN, and aiLBERT HARDMAN.
her husband. Defendants.
, NOTICE TO APPEAR
FLOW NAUK OF K HTATE OF
TO: JAM EH ROBERT,DUNN, If liv-
ing, add, DOROTHY DUNN, hla
wife. If living, whose residences
are 71 Oak Street, Trenton, N. J.;
GILBERT HARDMAN, address
unknown; A.LI, UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, credl-'
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 ALSO as
to each of the above named de-
fendant 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 proinrty which
Is the subject matter of this suit.
said property lying and being in
Dade County. Florida, and more
particularly described as follows:
The East forty-five feet (4.7)
of Lot eleven (11), Block one (1)
of McFARLANK HOMESTEAD,
according to the Plat thereof re-
corded in Hat Book 5, at Page
x. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that a suit has been
filed in the alsive named Court, by
the plaintiff above named, for the
purpose of quieting title of the plain-
tiff in and to the property Involved
herelnabove described
Tor ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your appear-
ance in said suit on or before the 2 llh
'lay of August. 190.1. anil In default of
such Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will ha entered against you and
each of you.
DONE AND ORDERED at the Court
House in Dade County, Florida, thi
22nd day of July. 1933.
E. B. LEATHER MAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. R. MURRAY
Lessen Depu,y Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
R23 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida
7/24-31 8/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
ALLEN It DENN is no longer con-
nected with the Three Carnal if* I-
erics.
' BBtWARD Tit.VHTi:\'HEk<:
Owner
8/7-14-21-2K
NOTICE UNpER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name J.f
BON-VILLA, at R44 Lenox Avel
Miami l leach, intend to register
name with the CldVfc of the '
Court of Dade County, Florida
JAC"
8/7-14-21-2K
JACOB SII.VEP.MAN
ARTHUR SAVIN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the .fictitious num.
NOtfMAN IIAIfKI, MORTGAOE C .
PANY, Not Inc. at 12 McAllister Ar-
cade, intends to register said nati.e
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui
Dade County, 1'iorlda.
NORMAN BABEL, Sole owner
8/7-II"!-US
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uvit
the undersigned, desiring to engage I i
business under the fictitious name oT
I'HSJClC i'APTAINS FISHERIES. .-
1761 S.W Mh St.. Miami, Intends t ,
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count),
hlorlda.
BERNARD TRACHTENBER' I
8/7-14-21-28
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26228
RE: ESTATE OF
HERMAN I! GROSSMAN, Dece;
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I l>
filed my final report and petition
Final Discharge as EXECUTOR
the estate of HERMAN B. Olio.-----
MAN, deceased; and that on the
day of Sej'tember. I95S, I will ai
to the Honorable PRANK I! HOWL-
ING, County Judge of Dade Count...
Florida, Tor Approval of said fin.il
port and for final discharge as EX-
ECUTOR of Ho Will of HERMAN
Gill 'SS.MA \ dece ised.
This 3th da) of July, 19.13.
,s OEl 'ROE OR( IKSMAN
Executor of the Estate of
Harman 1: Grossman, dece
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
6"i Seylwld Bldg.. Miami. I
Attorneys for Estate
8, 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uwt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
J, ft F LUNCHEONETTE, at 2048
W.W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LUCILLE STRAKELE
KESSLER A OARS
Mtorneys for Applicant
4 H.W. 22nd Ave.
7/17-24-31 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT
LAW. No. 28948
ALAN VENZER, Plaintiff,
vs.
J. ARTHUR HIRKCH. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: J. ARTHUR HIRSCH. 1301 Bay
Drive, Miami Iieach, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Common Law action has been
filed against you in the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida by ALAN
VENZER and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or plead-
ings to the Complaint upon the Plain-
tiff's all,iimy, OBOBXUSJ. TALIAN-
OFF, whose address Is 42m Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and Hie
the original Answer or pleadings In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Miami, Florida, on or before
the 17th day of August, 1953; other-
wise, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
Dated this 14th day of July, IMS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk I Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 307U
In Re: ESTATE "I
JOSEF WEIN8TOCK, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona II -e---
Ing Claims or Demands Ag:i:>
Said Estate:
JTou. and each of you. are hen
notified and required to present
claims and demands which you. -i
either of you. may have against
estate of JOSEF WEINSTOCK. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florid-,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
their iffiees in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Horida, within eight
calendar months Irom the date of t':e
first publication hereof. Said clair
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 August 3rd, A.D. 1981,
FANNY WEINSTOCK,
also known as
FRANCES WEINSTOCK,
As Administratrix C.T.A.
.if the Estate of
JOSEPH WEINSTOCK,
I i, eased
MYERS, HKIMAN X KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
8/7-14-21 :'v
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PANDORA GIFT SHOP, at 958 Nor-
mandy Drive, Miami Beach, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANNA KOI'KIND
KOVNKR A MANNWEIMER
Attorneys for Aana Kopklnd
7/17-24-31 1/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 181101
CARLYN RING DUBIN. Plaintiff,
vs.
THEODORE DUBIN, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: THEODORE DUBIN,
80 E. Cth Street,
New York City. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
re hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the BUI of Complaint
on Plaintiff's attorney and to file the
original Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or be-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
liuslii.-ss under the fictitious name of
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORKS, at
9124 Harding Avenue. Surfslde, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>a(le
County, Florida.
CARL WEINKLE
AARON WEINKLE
LEO A. CHAIK1N
as co-partners doing
business under the firm
name of "Welnkles
Liquor Stores"
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/24-31 8/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that f, the 17th dav'of AuVu-t l-S-
K^KSffe^JriK!, _HH? "1 "therwlsVthe alieVat'ontsT^id' B?,i
business Onder the fictitious name of
RACK SUPER SERVICE, at 1G7 West
Flaglcr Street. Miami, intend to reg-
ister said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
RAY BERRIN
WALTER KAYE
(Owners)
7/17-24-31 8/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAKE MASTERS BAKERY, at S747
Bird Drive, Coral Gables, Florida, in.
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BENJAMIN GOLDEN
ISADORE FOOEL
SHEINER ft SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
804 Roper Bldg Miami 12, Fla.
7/17-14-11 1/7
of Complaint will be taken aa
fessed against you.
DATED this 13th day of July, 1953.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. H RICE. JR.
'Seal) Deputy Clok (Seal)
OBORQE .1 TALIANOfT
Attorney tor Plaintiff
42o Lin...In It.,ad. Miami Beach. Fla.
7/17-14-M 8/7
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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)AY. AUGUST 7, 1953 +Je*isii tkx-kttan PAGE 5 ilein Announces ;ivil Defense Plan Maurice "Doc" Klein, controller Civilian Defense Zone No. 1, has nnnunced plans to organize his tvision and this week urged GreatMiami's support of the CD prok-ani. [ Zone No. 1 stretches from South each to the Dade County line on liami Beach. Seven primary toups will make up the CD protam. Klein explained. They inlude police, firemen, communica ns. medical, warden, emergency ealth and the ground observer prps. •Each division head will be reLonsible for his branch in so far k training and recruiting are conbrned," Klein said in making the jinouncement. J Office headquarters are at 100 Jlton Road, where the Women's Bvision will handle paper work Id integrate the activities of the Iher civilian defense corps. TrainL at the present time is limited \ first aid. When at least 30 perons volunteer, an 18-hour course i held in one of the public schools, Ilein said. instead of the present 1,700 warWs who volunteered, Klein is lining for 10 per cent of the popjation by next April. "We probsc to avoid the confusion that [ %  reeded and followed the attack Pearl Harbor," the controller lated in his announcement. "At lat time, there was no response Lat least, not until the sneak stick mi the Pacific Island." I How quickly Miami Beach can ganize its defense program deends upon the support from its Itizens, according to Klein. |..-i-lincr Named olgate Manager Marshall S. Lachner has been ppointed manager of the Soap and Idustrial Sales Departments of Dlgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, was announced this week by E. Little, chairman of the Board the company. As department pad. Lachner succeeds James A. ^eilly, who died on July 24th. Lachner joined the company in MartMl Lmchmtr I-'-'MI, as a displcyman and served Successively as retail salesman, district supervisor, divisional superuser and district manager in the Jersey City and Chicago Districts. Jn 1949, he was named divisional manager of the Berkeley, California, division, a position he held intil 1951, when he joined the iome office organization In Jersey City as assistant to Reilly. Builders if Inmortal Memorials fir the trot* i> masD Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phooa 4-J24. KILL DISEASE-CARRYING BUGS WITH REAL-KILL 1 '"5B*V. 'INI H 19 OUASTy r~ l^AL-KJ}. Don't Take Chances With Your Family's Health and Comfort! • KILLS ROACHES: Apply REAL-KILL Bug Killw under sinks, drain boards, stoves, refrigerators, cabinets, baseboards, pipes through walls and floors. Always spray surfaces until wet and repeat application as needed. • KILLS FLIES AND MOSQUITOES: S P r ay infested area, with REAL-KILL insect Bomb. For prolonged killing results spray surfaces until damp where insects alight including windows, screens, doors and garbage cans with REAL-KILL Bug Killer. • KILLS SPIDERS AND SILVERFISH: Treat crack, and crevices until wet with REAL-KILL Bug Killer. For spiders, give special attention to corners and drains in basements. For silverfish, spray drapes, carpets and fabrics. Spray closet walls, corners and baseboards. • KILLS SCORPIONS AND 1000 LEGCERS: Treat crack, and crevices until wet with REAL-KILL Bug Killer from ordinary oil can, apply with a P"' nt bru h P ra y er RP* at treatment until no insects are found. • K!LLS MOTHS AND GNATS: Spray closet walls, corners, baseboards, upholstered furniture. Spray fabrics paying special attention to seams and folds. Use RE\L-KILL Insect bomb for flying moths and gnats, use REAL-KILL Bug Killer for prolonged killing action .n cloaett and fabrics. COOPERATE WITH YOURHEALTH DEPARTMENT A7 y hi y



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PACE 12 ylimisttkrk&>r_ FMDAY, AUGUST ; Mrs. Solomon Is Lorber Delegate =w*I GMJCC Campers At KodimcAHave Sobbom Programs. Gomes, Qua J ^^ MEKRY-Gft-tttJlINfr 1 •_ I MW II — II % % %  •—Ml Wen* — Tho Bow Tattoo' bPf WNC TOtAlWMlUST lllfc Mn AUGUST Mr a :• %  •r umm —— TW ajfwrai FOR ADOLTS ONLY tint frr il i — *w • *t fjapSa. -• $•. — t UHH a> JT3 .TJ, in HM Fabwaawt CLUB MOROCCO %  7~* j of the Casablanca Hotel CaJlina A*. — Call 1*4151 On TKa OCMK at Ur4 ; tmr epBH • :VJOBKB 1. FiHI CM^I D""a iyw €••€• at %  1 Tiwatr* Blur %  teat Onwi BapaJr %  a aU* aaaacrtc aaa) Anljl—i W Herqidm Opf %  -. -. : %  • •' %  -. %  • %  • BBJ| k •*K as: :'.: %  %  --& mmi *Vtlll< W* a~f 3i:r in :: %  : %  : Baaat raaar. %  %  .. r. GHJOC -rJ at tkr • L ^ <* the aTv*ar O 1 C5a Taa Paa ara* *** ., n.m ai n t f ii *•**_*" %  ;'*!!£! '1L !" rtk the fe* a fc_p* i ^ -"-" ^ "*" T Zr Ejaaaaicl •JTZ^^^ l*U?ZL z* c* | DINNER THEATRE SPECIAL %  a* aaai a ^aa*" ^^J auli avaaaai I f m ." -T T/.I i. Fan Caarac Daaar iirawr ci mea a %  % % %  > TV ." ana WJ rtrtmrS jwaHxaa*. a — ft p theraag Mr nu lammr the 111 iim f^ A"f *t nt h, aaal TIJ*wJ aar-aes. a* a* earaar the UCSauqajn ol kvaal atimim ;.:a M iar %  a*t*BJ Tae *r aaai prt* at tW Beadi Trr^np-: juxwr Juws fjnoeft eaaaiacttd a waxer sfcwai (or o-unanc *^ ^jeir aarcats Tlajraday aaa mifig at -Ua—d Hotel pool. Tb*> — re ate %  Kaaar m ai mi Laki KM Yrfc. 1 -> ; I :• -. %  *•'•--: aim rf C % %  n rr a( ta i i im'aai caaaaaaaatas iH >aaa •• .%  ••< %  '• -• • >::*r:':e Maaaa* •aar aaaaaajajacr* Att' tH Cars COULTON BROS. GARAGE FUatci ar aarrv* 4t $W I* arr-k l U fca t — Boy V2S44, 1-445 J %  %  :: • : aaaj sane n H! aaaaaaK mare ssia*r €t auav TV anir^-n 1; im faar eaur ^-VJ^SCni?^^ %  JMJVttiirt Of VlAMl SUMMER SYMPHONY IZI.ER SOLOHON Z..H; ; ;.:-: tl" M £•->( ifi (Be %  O'paoa JOYCE FUSSLER %  -*£~l*. **aan aam si ati aam. ajNu r -A MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, INC ONE OF THE SOUHTS OLDEST AND LARGEST DBTRIBUTOBS 101 W. FkrgUr Snwt PhoD*> 34645 MIAML FLORIDA 800 N.W. 73rd Str*t •44)671



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)AY. AUGUST 7. 1953 'Jewish ihrUUajn PAGE 3 sonement Granted; Bt Answers Today brry Gruber, a Miami Beach Lrant and delicatessen owner [ was brougnt up on charges of epresentation last Friday, will i appear in court Friday mornto answer charges made against [that he has been selling nont e r meat as kosher, tubers attorney, Mai Englandlold the court last Friday that bummons placing Gruber under Jrt failed to mention the paralh of the city ordinance which ber had violated and requested felt's postponement to get more rmation. Englander also said kanted to determine the extent be power of the arresting meat ector, Frank Brickman. Hinitzler Play To Performed At Isablanca Tuesday night, the Casa|ra Players will premier, for fir-t time in the United States, liir Schnitzler's Love's Merry;nd. on which the famous movie. La Ronde, was basli' be often-banned and highly froversial play was written at lurn of the century and is desed a:, a study in the etiquitte ove. It portrays, in ten intiscenes, how love and passion from hand to hand and finally to where it originated. Irr-ctor Sam Hirsch claims that ret English language presenhas been made possible by |di>covery of copy number 275 privately printed translation t famous work printed in a:! Redcoff will portray the frwright who acts as narrater sets the scenes for the ten c episodes. The girl of the pts, whose romance with a aolon a Vienna street starts the cycle, is played by Mona LudEric Applewhite is cast as laging but romantic count. Othlin the cast include Alan Keys, JitDew Brown, Kent Lewellyn, pi Rubin. Barbara Sohmers, EvKing and Selig Rubin. hildren have been barred from I two-week For Adults Only run iLova's Merry-Go-Round which run through August 23rd. Curtime at the Club Morocco \\ of the Casablanca Hotel is p.m., each evening except Mays. An additional attraction P%  ing and refreshments after final curtain. WANT MY MILK Estab, 1924 Fr6* RID A DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin T>" MUk "Milk Product." D*n* Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at %  of Bird m. A Sn.tpMCTM* SHELL'S SUPER MARKHT* • U WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns (Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, swim-feetival dance will be held at the Algiers Hotel pool on Sunday evening, August 9th, 8:30 p.m. Swimming and diving contests in free style, back stroke events and hig board techniques will be featured. Members of the Program Committee meet with Fred Collier (center) manager of the Algiers, to study qualified entrants in the contest. Left to right are Al Budner, publicity chairman; Bob Stone over-all dance director chairman; and Al Kaplan, poster distribution chairman. Not shown in picture are A. cudd Cutler, ticket chairman, and Jim Levenson, in charge of swimming events. MJGUST BROS R> i thi at si' Dr. Gould To Speak The Coral Gables Young Adults will hear Dr. Louis N. Gould during their next meeting on Wednesday evening, August 12th, 9 p.m., at 320 Palermo Avenue. Dr. Gould is a psychiatrist and chief of the Mental Hygiene Clinic at the VA Regional Office here. Sharet Young Women Meet A regular meeting of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will be held at the home of Sandy Silberman, 129 SW 21st Avenue, on Tuesday, August 11th. The meeting will begin at 7:45 p.m. Anshe Ernes Synagogue Announces Naming Anshe Ernes is the name that was chosen this week for a new synagogue recently formed by a group of residents in the southwest section of Miami. Temporary leaders are Dr. M. P. Safra and Rabbi EL M. Kagan. Quarters are at 2518 SW 25th Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Inselburg will be hosts at Kiddush tomorrow, following services at 9 a.m., in honor of their daughter Sandra's forthcoming marriage. Cantor Samuel Salkof will render the musical portions of the liturgy. WILNO Thanks You MIAMI A 8ALUTB TO f At AMI SyNtsyrtan*^ AvNter et *• MoMttlcatod n*w booh, "Wh** *. Coofc'i Awoy"Wonderful new taitt touch to pep up a party, epic* up a luncheon, or brighltn a TV inack. Wilm Kosher Salami! It has the true old-time European flavor. Try it — and watch your reputation as a discriminating hostess toart/ t MOW FEATURED Al THESE HNS STORES AIM) MARKkY 924 • 71st St. 16 1459 STAGE DOM DELICATESSEN 205 %  20th St. S-9490 CYRO'S FINE FOODS 1727 S.W. 22nd St. 41 6143 CY*S PtACE •4 Mirocl* Mil* 13 9143 DAVE'S DELICATESSEN 2721 Ponce d< Le*n Blvd. 4-9572 GURUS RESTAURANT I DELICATESSEN 111 Sunny ll* RM. 8163136 HARDW6S MEATS I DELICACIES 9537 Harding Ave. 86-7346 r WILNO KOSHE* SALAMI Here it is—the new taste sensation of the town! 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PAGE 8 PJ*Hs*noT***J FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 1953 Miss Judith Bloom Becomes Mrs. Laurence /Niditch In Double'Ring'Cereniony Here tn a cfntihl* rinf. candelieht — In **a "double rinj candelight ceremony on Sunday, July 26th, Miss Judith Bloom became the bride of Laurance Niditch. The wedding, performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro in the Star Roof of the Shelborne Hotel, climaxed a relationship begun during the young people's undergraduate days at the Vniversity of Miami. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bloom, 1257 SW 7th Street. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Niditch, of ]636 SW 9th Street. White chantilly lace, circular pleated, over blush-pink nylon net and tafetta. was selected for the bridal gown. Designed by Sally Tompkins, of Flair of Miami, the • weetheart neckline was outlined in appliqued lace flowers, set off with iridescent sequins and seed pearls, as were the tiny cap sleeves. A blush-pink illusion fingertip veil Heated from the chantilly Juliet cap, and white orchids were carTied with the traditional bridal Bible. Mrs. Burton Bloom, sister-in-law • i the bride, of New Rochelle, Ne York, was matron of honor, wearing sky-blue tulle, and Mr Burton Bloom acted as best man Mrs. Maurice Niditch selected blush%  k nylon net and lace. Over 60 guests, including Louis Bleom. of Atlantic City, New JerMiss Cvnthia Zcller | To Wed In September The engagement of'their daugbtJ ter, Cynthia Elainc.tQ/SaiMefrfcJl Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mri. Louis Steinberg, Greensboro, North Carolina, has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zeller, 71^0 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. The couple met while both were attending Miami High School. The bride-elect formerly lived in Brooklyn, New York. She was a member of Samaritans, Honor Council and the Chorus at Miami High. Mr. Steinberg, formerly of Syracuse, New York, is in the building. and construction field in Greensboro. The couple plan a September wedding. Sater, Klametz Will Reside In Raleigh On July 23rd. Miss Barbara Satrilklnittnn BtudlO Mrf, Laurence NMMcfc Rosenberg, Bassine Betrothal Revealed er. daughter of Mrs. Selma Sater. 6860 Abbott Avenue, and the late Sol Sater. became the bride of Theodore Klametz. son of Mr. and Mrs Isadore Landsberg. 8950 Carlyle Avenue Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. A reception and buffet followed in the home of the bridegroom's parents. Dr Jack landsberg acted as best man for his brother. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, George Sater, of Montgomery. Alabama. She selected a vanilla cot-,:. the bride's grandfather, at,ncir !" K*ter, ^selyn, to Robert tended the reception and dinner MBassine. son of Mr. and Mrs. : llowing the ceremony The young ; Harry Bassine. Miami. The bridepie will be at home to their L| ect is a g radua e of South phjla friends, lolluwing a motor trip I .. „. through Florida, at 515 SW 6th; d lph,a Hlgh Sch0 1 and IS em Ut. Mr. Niditch returns to his | P'oyed by the Penn Mutual Insurposition a.plant manager for Flair > ance Company. Len Coleman of Miami. Mr. Bassine is a graduate of Mi—— mi Senior High School. Before Silvertons On Tour; i b wed Mrs Klamentz carried %  1 tram and bouffant skirt. The 2h*' %  SS'VJS'S £? SW orch.ds on a Bible. Her only piece bodice was tight fitting, and the S*ro2^S^?l^lSrir*5 W3S S, nd of P earls neckline was scalloped and trimt „ 0 *ofM a ni M ^I fif LaS* b de attended ,he New med with mother-of-pearl sequins. t „ S SWlVhtS" rf" 1 -"''^ 0 ^ &h ~' f Business and he Her headpiece was a lace over^wj? SLJE. ^2£2* Washin 8 ton ^"ool of Art in Washsatin tiarra-like crown trimmed M iamf ffirt t-hL? S .. T 11"* 10 "' D C Mr Klamelz rece'ved with baby pearls and mo.her-of"g The UnivSsi^ of Mil! d S %  ? at the Universit f MM. Ale*ar,1tr Winick Fleischman, Winick Wed Sunday Miss Beatrice Fleischman met Alexander Winick during a vacation trip to Miami in November, 1952. They were married on Sunday at the Lincoln Manor. The bride's parents are the Alfred E. Fleischmans, of Maspeth, New York. Mr. Winick's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Winick, of 214 NW 23rd Street. Newlywed Mrs. Winick wore a white waltz length gown of imported chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The fittde bodice had lace sleeves, and her matching lace headpiece featured lace medallions centered with pearls. She carried a white Bible and white orchids. The bride's only attendant was Mrs. Morton Fellman. She was attired in brown nylon lace and carried yellow carnations. Best man was Ronald LeVine, and ushers included Herbert L. Fleischman and Charles Winick. The newlyweds left for a trip to Varadero Beach and Havana, Cuba, following the reception at the Lincoln Manor. The bride is employed as a legal secretary for Blackwell, Walker and Gray. Mr. Winick has been a Miami resident for five years, coming here from Teaneck, New Jersey. He is now manager of the Winick Auto Radiator Service in Miami. Miss Weinlnrg !\ta William Martin Th former Ariene Weinh*. J ""^ *& Wi,,Um ^berts* onJWylSth.atTempieBeUH Stamford. Cooaecticut ft** id W. PMrtaan officiate „ ceremony. Tlw bride is the daughter of J and Mrs. Morris w Weik Jl 2264 SW 2nd Street. Mi,?" -, Martin is the son of Mr, LN Martin and the late Mr. Martm^ Stamford. ""•• 1 Given in marriage by h w

y, AUGUST 7. 1953
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PAGE 3
jnement Granted;
9t Answer* Today
Gruber, a Miami Beach
tant and deiicaiessen owner
ps brougTit up on charges of
resentation last Friday, will
Lppear in court Friday morn-
fenswer charges made against
iat he has been selling non-
meat as kosher,
er's attorney, Mai England-
i the court last Friday that
-nmons placing Gruber under
I failed to mention the para-
lof the city ordinance which
had violated and requested
;'s postponement to get more
kation. Englander also said
hted to determine the extent
[power of the arresting meat
Itor, Frank Brickman.
mitzler Play To
Performed At
tablanca
SHELL'S SVPEB MARKBT/ *
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER 8T*t>RE
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
Tuesday night, the Casa-
Players will premier, for
-t time in the United States,
Schnitzler's Love's Merry-
jnd. on which the famous
movie, La Ronde, was bas-
ofton banned and highly
kersial play was written at
|rn (if the century and is des-
as a study in the etiquitte
re. It portrays, in ten inti-
Bcenes, how love and passion
rom hand to hand and finally
\o where it originated.
Wtor Sam Hirsch claims that
st English language presen-
has been made possible by
Iscovery of copy number 275
[privately printed translation
famous work printed in
11 Redcoff will portray the
(right who acts as narrater
ets the scenes for the ten
episodes. The girl of the
whose romance whh a sol-
In a Vienna street starts the
ycle, is played by Mona Lud-
'Eric Applewhite is cast as
{jng but romantic count. Oth-
the cast include Alan Keys,
Dew Brown, Kent Lewellyn,
j Rubin, Barbara Sohmers, Ev-
|King and Selig Rubin.
Idren have been barred from
m-week For Adults Only run
love's Merry-Go-Round which
fun through August 23rd. Cur-
I time at the Club Morocco
of the Casablanca Hotel is
p.m., each evening except
>. An additional attraction
ircing and refreshments after
fi-^al curtain.
WANT MY MILK
Jttab,
1924
Ad4 1.Ki m
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" MOk
"Milk Products"
Daoo Protected
TEL. 2-2*21
Greater Miami Delivery
Vudt Our Farm at
"d of Bird IU. A Snanper CrMk
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, swim-testival dance will be held
at the Algiers Hotel pool on Sunday evening, August 9th,
8:30 p.m. Swimming and diving contests in free style, back
stroke events and hig board techniques will be featured.
Members of the Program Committee meet with Fred Collier
(center) manager of the Algiers, to study qualified entrants in
the contest. Left to right are Al Budner, publicity chairman;
Bob Stone over-all dance director chairman; and Al Kaplan,
poster distribution chairman. Not shown in picture are A.
Eudd Cutler, ticket chairman, and Jim Levenson, in charge of
swimming events.
Dr. Gould To Speak
The Coral Gables Young Adults
will hear Dr. Louis N. Gould dur-
ing their next meeting on Wednes-
day evening, August 12th, 9 p.m.,
at 320 Palermo Avenue. Dr. Gould
is a psychiatrist and chief of the
Mental Hygiene Clinic at the VA
Regional Office here.
Sharet Young Women Meet
A regular meeting of Sharet
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
en, will be held at the home of
Sandy Silberman, 128 SW 21st Ave-
nue, on Tuesday, August 11th. The
meeting will begin at 7:45 p.m.
Anshe Ernes Synagogue
Announces Naming
Anshe Ernes is the name that
was chosen this week for a new
synagogue recently formed by a
group of residents in the southwest
section of Miami. Temporary lead-
ers are Dr. M. P. Safra and Rabbi
H. M. Kagan. Quarters are at 2518
SW 25th Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Inselburg
will be hosts at Kiddush tomorrow,
following services at 9 a.m., in hon-
or of their daughter Sandra's forth-
coming marriage. Cantor Samuel
Salkof will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
WILNO
Thanks You
MIAMI
A SALUTI TO SAIAMI l^WM.nr
Author o* toohklkaHd nw book, "When *w Cock'l Ai*r)T
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flavor. Try itand watch your reputation as a
^discriminating hostess soar9'
,

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4-9573
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A DELICATESSEN
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\
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Here it isthe new taste sensation of the town! Wilno
Kosher Salami is salami made the secret Wilno way
... rich with rare spices blended to blissful richness ..}
slowly cured and smoked to "the taste you'll never
forget."
A boon to the busy hostess, too, for Wilno Kosher
Salami keeps without refrigeration, is ready to serve
anytime. TVy it diced in an omelette, or salad. Serve
on crackers for between-meal snacks. If you enjoy really
fine foodseasoned to a connosieur's tastethis is the
salami for you!,
Simpltj I^Jt-fijf
A Pure tfeef Product
Keeps without
refrigeration I
Just slico and serve
anytime!
True old-world
k os her flavor I
o Economical few
slices add 80 much!
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SALAMI FRANKFURTIIIS CORNED SIIF iOLOONA
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A RESTAURANT
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rJI-DRI MARKET
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611* S.W. Its St. 87 9378
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for delivery

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H %  %  %  PAGES TO>AY. *25sri US Regrets to*Xi**ZV!?t Se J i Humon Pro ^ Move To Jerusalem Ike --:-•;%  *•-to week to the effect T"^r*'-i" tto braefe fean dot the acttoa wiii raw" tke Lasted Vaocea tkarted wsk fwetoca aa -, -, %  I %  A 2MM a year ten ---------.-. tke Arab Urw -TV fceat reatoa for tke Ank ref**ee a e i b t f I aav aext. a tkat to aettSe tke refafees aokoa ; -•;;;• Aa* %  braei Mr Saw Form New Israel InvestorCompany NCW VJKK ttoa kaowr a to %  r* caraara*-i tkat Mr Dark* aatet to el tke fact tkat Sem Jifialf feefiat laabil for tto bat -Jtree aad ae-fc_' .-ear* He added tkat tto tefratoml a % %  %  : ... • ../ its assert tto praktem.tke •awfeeaane assert*"* Tkere ~ RJ newt k : %  %  %  BBBBKf pm Bi mm %  a -V -stacker* eves at tto nafc f auasa* tto -ate Cat AbfaJ %  tkat a total *re toaac affered for take tor a :mm ****** a •*•)• TVmtofi *kar* of stock ir ferae! h untoii Bat. b aajakk to. Ktt eaak or SMS %  State a bv. raei totope3re atoada aad tto -f *!5 it eaaV Dr G u a Jajj a u who aabl Del9t lerred m a rice aretf Ceeaaaercial Farton Cartaarataaa. atof tore tkat •be sea e ataa tata a a wa* e tilkak | *t2* : fresher? b baby a Tpabbj Cararbka *(&&&* ... -. _. %  • %  ....__ leai "Bat ttoi wifi take ... .. .... .. ... %  kafeaa profit u offered by adraatiayoai to brael as well as -•• •: %  %  • IT .; R^HOROWITZ-MARGARI aft wiawf *}-* tkat estj aates of tke limn; ft doe* *ary • • %  iad add? • < aad antonab. • -. ..: '' • • • : .%  %  %  poi DAY "A CRIERS KIN Cebrcd Btoid-art TMB* m Fvl r to ACE EMPLOYMENT r s E. "t A. p*. •C^-i-^UiC -:..-. -^ bj turn... \wwms/f rOt FtB IN$CTION CAU toaan tbi % %  .-.% %  %  %  %  toaft Ufa* tn> c-rw c. M£M*£R Of ft'NAJ & RiTH" Call 2-1776 UC Lmcoaa Road Mezzasiaa — PkoaH 5-S4H Eatraac* oo Waahington A OCULISTS Prescriptkaas Ffltod UntM and Faamaa Dtipficotod Lor^e Satocfion is Latost Italki ^ntlfelLUlw yeat gfc ^ISRAEL R** HuiuxaaA oe^bu &m tkt ere 0/ Septeaibcr afk, . a m w f el awa fo— d l aaa t e n •" *** tkat Jr.iUi Knim at RHvrMde ate n adai' rd w| '•'il> %itk a ikacaaaA aaa%4eafojr aad faitkM rrpr* ff rrlisMW tradiUa* as a* wi* ya a a atart ic • Mdrralia* ( r tkr Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATION %  kfaa West FUgler fc 20ib Axe. Phooe 9-2664 Mimmi Brmtk 12J6 Wellington \\x. Phone 5-7777 td-HOUl AMBULANCE BSBVICS Rm Ato T KCWUAN. Fneral Directoc AK aSBOUO. Trtaaaw •uay Ftfl PAMtoC IM WW vo*;: 76* Street HOOK IAN BKONX uouc



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PAGE 2 *Jewisli ncridiar FRIDAY, AUGUST IK Ruirok krap.'.i Stevenson Sees Human Progress UJ Kegreib IMdGI a Continue d from Page I to ending the blockade Move To Jerusalem of 25.000 a year could become a strength instead ot a burden" to Continued from Pag. 1 | the Arab countries. Mr. Stevenson Secretary Dulles' remarks earlier wrltes this week to the effect that the US • regrets'' the Israeli transfer and fears that the action will •'embarrass" the United Nations which is charged with finding a solution of the problem of Jerusalem, declar Urges Solution — and the prospect look no brighter.' Form New Israel Investors Company NEW YORK — A new corporation known as Israel Investors, Inc.. The best reason for inaction on the Arab refugee problem. I suspect, is that to settle the refugees ^. jth h oa d qU arters nere has bcen permanently would prejudice the I or g an j zef j j 0 promote investments Arab case for repatriation to their jn thc cconom j c development of the former homes in Israel.'' Mr Stev Jew j, n state, it was announced this enson declares. "In the camps 1 w( ok bv Er j w j n Goldwasser. presed that Mr. Dulles must be aware visited, the refugees told me they iden{ of the fact that "New Jerusalem I wanted' to 'go home.' although I| Among goatd members listed in He says that conciliation and compromise in the public interest invite charges of appeasement and treachery, even at the risk of assas sinatiOn — as the late King Abdullah of Jordan found out. He expresses the opinion that both the Arabs and the Israelis "might welcome reasonable solutions imposed by outsiders." It is too much to expect that such solutions will be has in any case been Israel's effective capital for thc last three and one-half years. He added that the territorial in ternationalization of the city had been given up as "utterly unreal istic" by an overwhelming concensus of international opinion. "On this aspect of the problem," the spokesman asserted, "there has been for a long time complete accord of views between Israel and the United States." It is generally accepted that the only practical way in which the international community can give expression to its interest in Jeru-1 worked out by the Arabs and the salem is by the institution of some. Israelis themselves, he points out suitable form of United Nations I Mr. Stevenson emphasizes that supervision over the Holy Places, i the Arab states must be made to most of which are in the Jordan,' feel that America's friendship for part of Jerusalem, the spokesman, Israel does not mean that the UnitmMsted. Such an arrangement is \ ed States is "anti-Arab'' or esteems acceptable to the Israel Governthe Arabs less. "But this will take ment. he pointed out. and the presfar more than words." he stresses, ence of the Foreign Ministry in Commenting on the meaning of Jerusalem, "far from being an im-| the Arab blockade to Israel's econpediment. is likely to be of help omy, Mr. Stevenson nya that esti "since it would probably fall to the mates of the damage it does vary Foreign Ministry to insure the gov-j from $15,000,000 to $70,000,000 a ernment's smooth and effective coyear, and adds: "Whatever it is. operation with any UN supervisory with cheaper food and materials, "ran. living and production costs would "Be this as it may." the spokesgo down and the competitive posiman continued, "a Foreign Mintion of Israels industries would istrj which is doomed to remain for an indefinite period amputated from the main body of the government and Parliament ceases to be worth its name." The Israel Government, he pointed out, cannot acquiesce in such an "anomalous, unparalleled and deleterious situ ation in the expectation, which years of waiting proved to be in vain, that the United Nations might yet substitute something workable for its original inherently unimplementable. still-born resolution. "On this, as on all issues, the Israel Government will continue to strive to attain complete understanding with the United States and all other friendly powers." he concluded. am sure they little appreciate the ((w npw ^rporsrtton are Joseph new conditions and environments j t1)erner „, d Metvm Duhinsky, inthey would find in Jewish Israel | dus(ril | ists an d Miami Beach resiMr. Stevenson believes that i dw)ts "demagoguery and inflamed public ^ r^gjjtmtion statement filed passions make reasonable effective ^ l|w t^^if, ,„j Exchange leadership difficult on both sides. t>)min j SS i on indicates that a total of 86.980 shares of common stock are being offered for sale for a total capitalization of $IO,T)00,400. The cost of a share of stock in Israel Investors, Inc.. is payable in $115 cash or $100 in State of Israel Independence Bonds and the balance of $15 in cash. Dr. Goldwasser, who until Dc1 cember, 1952. served as a vice pres\ ident and director of Commercial Factors Corporation, said here that the new corporation was established because its officers "believe 1 that a reasonable opportunity for [ profit is offered by Israeli ehtcrI prises which can be economically advantageous to Israel as well as I to the investing group." r*iT6Tuaf5ra, could be trGSllCr* Vellc^sCornFl.k*.the crisp, crisp takes with the deep, deep flavor*; reach your table Just a* they leave Kellofi'a Flavor K.tcheaaao fresh that there'a even a hint, when you open the pockaaa, Of that piping hot aroma dr if ting from the oven doors. 6ee how fresh "fresh" can be by serving Kellogg's Corn Flak* •t your house. Try the b% family-site package, f j&t&jyto of Bottle* Cr—k R^HOROWrTZ-MARGAREl DAY WORKERS $5 & $6 and Fare Colored Maids-Part Time or Fu Time in Private Homes Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N-E. Ht Ave. Ph. Se07 No Charge to Employer improve. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 7— Number 32 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS jgrets' ll's Move 'rusalem Jays Change >portune" &TON (JTA) — Secrete John Foster Dulles aid a press conference nited States "regrets" krael Government has (move its Foreign Min|V1 Aviv to Jerusalem. States, said Mr. Dullis particular action by he present time to be it" and believes it to rather than relax the I the Near Eastern area, iience of the Israel Formove, he said, other kre America's concern fill and peace "in that world." ps told reporters that [States made known its [this particular question nor occasions — July, farch, 1953. He said the Ambassador to Israel on ions, "hearing rumors" i to transfer the Foreign id called on the Israel and requested that-it such a move. ed States regrets Israel's (use it would "embariited Nations which has responsibility for dele future status of Jeruetary Dulles said. He tiat he described as a resolution to provide tent for the treatment \m as an international el Government cannot I bow the transfer of its iiistry from Tel Aviv to [could have come as a {the United States since Government's views on were made known to State Dulles when he iisalem this spring, a ustry spokesman said. esman, commenting on nuod on Paa* 2 New Immigration Bill Introduced In Capitol Dr. Yaacov Bentor, Hebrew University mineralogist, examines copper ore specimens • near a copper mining shah in the Negev. Hebrew University faculty members and graduates direct much of Israel's program for the development of the Jewish State as a prosperous and secure nation. Lists Grievances: Stevenson Sees Human Progress In New State NEW YORK (JTA) — "More human and material progress is concentrated in tiny Israel than in the rest of the Middle East put to gether," Adlai Stevenson, former Democratic Presidential candidate, says ID a copyrighted article in Look Magazine, reporting on his visit to Israel and the Arab countries. In a frank appraisal of the ArabIsraeli situation, Mr. Stevenson enumerates the grievances against the most romantic > literature is recalled jblication of a portrait aas Sully of Rebecca >n the front cover of nit issue of the in Jewish Archives ie. Miss Gratz. a dialed Jewess of Philain the nineteenth cenbelieved to be the perao inspired the heroic |ter of Sir Walter Scott's in Ivanhoe. Indemnity Is OK'd; Bonn Goes Home BONN (JTA) — Jews wQl constitute more than SO percent of the persons who will benefit from the bill to indemnify individual victims of the Nazis which was passed unanimously last week by the Bun desrat, the Upper House of the West German Parliament, at its last session marking the end of its four-year legislative term. The measure, which goes into effect October 1st, was pledged in the reparations agreement between West Germany and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. It is estimated that if all payments are carried out in good faith, the total to be paid the Nazi victims will range between $700,000,000 and $1,000,000, 000 during the next ten years. The law, previously passed by the Lower House, provides for direct payments to Nazi victims, or their surviving dependents who were illegally detained by the Nazis or who lost property or suffered physical injuries resulting in disabilities as a result of Nazi persecution. Former concentration camp inmates will receive approximately $3* for each month that they were imprisoned. Compensation legislation is already on the books In the German states, which so far have paid out about $190,000,000 to Nazi victims. German Jews in the United States zone will be least affected by the new bill because it is modelled after restitution legislation in effect in that zone. Improvement will result for Jews in the French and British zones. Israel and the stand of the Israel Government on these complaints. He then comes to the following conclusions: 1. Arab insistence on any major alteration of Israel's boundaries is unrealistic. 2. With regard to Jerusalem, he asserts "it is hard to see how a city divided against itself can stand, let alone flourish." Mr. Stevenson points out that all faiths are concerned with the fate of Jerusalem. 3. With regard to the Arab refugees, Mr. Stevenson says that indemnification for their property is no more than fair and just. As to repatriation, he doubts that any substantial number of Arab refugees would care to live as Israeli citizens under conditions and in an environment quite different from what they remember. Mr. Stevenson believes that the Arab refugee problem could best be solved by resettlement of the refugees among their kinfolk in the Arab countries. He says that while Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan "are awfully crowded," Syria and Iraq are underpopulated., "With some land reclamation, the refugees now multiplying at the rate Continued en Po 2 WJC Report Shows Satellites Negligent In Paying Claims GENEVA (JTA) — The negative attitude displayed by the Soviet Union and its satellite countries toward appeals for indemnification for huge losses sustained in their territories by Jews during the Nazi occupation is cited as "grounds for anxiety" by the World Jewish Congress in a report disseminated here Tuesday. Emphasizing that it was in Soviet controlled territories where the Nazis inflicted the vast majority of Jewish material losses and murdered millions of Jews, the WJC report points out that although peace treaties between the Allies and successors of Nazi governments of Rumania, Hungary and Bulgaria obligate the latter to transfer heirless properties of persecutees for the purpose of rehabilitating surviving victims of the Nazi persecution, no single act has been done by these states to implement their obligations. Senator Lehman Is Backed By House To Limit Inequities WASHINGTON (JTA) — Opponents of the McCarran-Walter Act Tuesday introduced a sweeping new immigration program in Congress to wipe out the "cruelty and inequity" of the existing law. The new legislation would implement the recommendations of the Perlman Commission which was appointed by former President Harry S. Truman to recommend changes in the controversial act which was forced through Congress despite a Presidential veto. Senator Herbert H. Lehman introducedthe bill Tuesday along with Senators Hubert H. Humphrey, Wayne Morse, Tom Pastore, Theodore F. Green, James E. Murray, John F. Kennedy, and Warren Magnuson. In the House of Representatives, 24 members joined simultaneously in a similar move. The bill envisions a basic new approach to immigration problems. It would do away with the so-called "national origins quote systam." It would admit, without regard to Accounts Are Opened By ARTHUR LEWIS Jewish Ttlaoraphic Agency UNITED NATIONS—If anything ; demonstrated the good faith and conciliatory attitude of Israel to the members of the United Nations, it was the arrangement worked out recently by an intermediary, John Reedman. the special representative of the Palestine Counciliation Commission, whereby the payment of the blocked accounts to the Arab refugees in Jordan was resumed. The Israel Government was under no obligation whatsoever to alter the application forms for this money in any way; after all, it had offered to release these blocked bank accounts without any quid pro quo, without any reciprocal understanding with the Arabs. It was just as if a man gave a present to his neighbor and the neighbor said: "I don't like the way you give it to me, I want you to give it to me in a different way." Some of the members of the Israeli Government were incensed by the objections of the Jordanian Government and took the attitude that if the Arab refugees wanted the money, they should fill in the forms as then worded, and if they refused to fill in these forms because of the political machinations of their government, they would have to whistle for their money. Such an attitude was natural enough, but the government agreed, on Mr. Reedman's intercession, to rephrase the application forms so that an Arab applicant would not seem to be "recognizing" the State of Israel, as the Jordanian Government claimed. There was no point in allowing a mere matter of wording to spoil a genuine humanitarian act. As a result, Mr. Reedman was able to issue a statement saying that the Jordanian GovernContinued on Page 13 race, religion or national origin, all those who would make desirable citizens. Sponsors of the Omnibus Immigration Bill issued a statement describing eight months of intensive drafting work which went into the measure. They said it carries out the pledges made last year by the spokesmen of both major political parties to remove the inequities and discriminations from our basic immigration and naturalization laws. Corrects Major Defects The major defects in the McCarran-Walter Act which would be corrected by the new law include the national origins quota system with its discriminatory and racist features, the confused and overlapping administrative procedures which assign the Departments of Justice and State virtually duplicate jurisdiction over immigration, lack of adequate appeals and review procedures and harsh, inconsistent and ambiguous standards of eligibility for admission. Correction is sought also in the contradictory and inequitable standards of justice for aliens residing in the United States, absence of statutes of limitation on deportation, "blunderbuss" security provisions, "entrapment" provisions contained in the McCarran-Walter Act to trick persons into jeopardy of denaturalization and deportation proceedings, discrimination between native born and naturalized citizens and manifold grounds not only for revocation of citizenship 1 acquired by naturalization but for deprivation of citizenship acquired by birth. Its sponsors stated that the new law contains safeguards against abuses "either by aliens or by overzealous bureaucrats." The newlaw, they said, would abolish features of the McCarran-Walter Act "which have earned us so much ill-will from our friends and allies." Law To Call For Limiting Legislators JERUSALEM (JTA) — A special Ministerial committee met here to consider the proposed government election law limiting the representation in Parliament to those parties which command ten percent of the total vote in a national election. The committee, consisting of representatives of the four parties in the coalition, came to no decision. Minister without portfolio Pinchas Lavon and Minister of Health Joseph Serlin, representing the Ma pai and General Zionists, respectively, favored the law. Minister of Justice Dr. Pinchas Rosen and Minister of Religion Moshe Shapira, of the Progressive and Poale Mizrachi Parties, opposed the law. The General Zionists entered the coalition on the understanding that such a measure would be proffered by the government. After the meeting, Benjamin Mintz, speaking for the religious elements in the coalition, declared that "if the bill is passed it will rob the smaller parties of representation in the Knesset." 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>AY. AUGUST 7, 1953 LEGAL WOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iorira is HEREBY CIVEN that undersigned, desiring-to engage la iHinrss under the flctltloua name of Vi cuVK APTS.. at 800-l-20 fiiili St., Miami Bench, .Fla., intepd register said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade County, "'"XATHAS 11'(HERMAN SARAH liiiliElt.MAN, his wife • s/7-14-21 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27603-B ESTATE OF u i-iiKD H. NICHOLSON, Deceased JTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE .iiTICE is hereby given that I have t-il my final report and petition for nal Discharge a Administratrix of estate of ALFRED H. NICHOLiS. deceased; and that on the 24th of August, 1953, I will apply to Honorable County Judges of Dade mity, Florida, for approval of said ;ii report and for final discharge as I'lUTiiMiatrlx of the Estate of AL,iKIi H. NICHOLSON, deceased. This IClh day of July, 1853. MERCEDES M. NICHOLSON fERS, HKIMAN KAPLAN ornevs for Administratrix El-31 8/7-14 nil CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND }R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN IIANCERY. No. 161301 I.MKS F YOPP, Plaintiff, |CT I HENDERSON YOPP, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l.l Y I. HENDERSON YOPP .',15 South Front Street Wilmington, North Carolina tor AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED ID RKgl'IRED to serve a copy of pr Answer or other pleading to the of complaint for Divorce filed ^inst you by JAMBS F. YOPP. In above-xtyled cause, upon THEOll;K It NELSON, One Lincoln Road piilinK, Miami Beach, Florida, and the original thereof In the office It he Clerk of the above-styled Court oi before the 22nd day of August, otherwise the allegations of said will be taken as confessed by you. t>.\Ti:ii this 22nd day of July, 1953. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By: M R. Ml'KRAT I) Deputy Clerk 1-11 1/7-14 THi COUNTr JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. RIOA IN PROBATE. No. 30537-B IR. ESTATE I IP .\;i:i.i:s MIHO. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ : Creditors and All Persons Havt ',.nnr*#+r, PAGE 15 LEGAL ROTICE NOT,OK xzsrjx !" !" ii I •fitch Clerk of 7h'"V*-, "V" nam *'" "'• ^.'u n^y 0 ^^ o h r e .da"' CU ** "' *• EDWARD fW& W 8HN NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN T AND C ^ N TY j5oo? COURT Sr7^vl? FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. MSII-A In Re: ESTATE OF IRENE ADLER, lie, cased i_ ... r en,,orB "'] All Persona HavE*taie" r Den ,nd Against Said T.'i!' J and eacn of J"> u ""• hereby notified and required to present any calms and demands which you, or either of you. may have against tho f..f '% rL! RE ?' K ADIJCR, deceased late of Dade County, Florlila. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and ffje the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade < ounty, 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 aworr to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July 29. A.D. 1953. RUDOLPH R. ADLER, As Executor of the Last and Testament of IRENE ADLER, Deceased GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for executor T/31 — 8/7-14-21 Will THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN KNCERY. No. 161149 t"A IM 'WANDA KLENK, Plaintiff. 1 IT FREDERICS KLENK. „--_. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AI.I,El:r FREDERICK KLENK Jl, W. 120th Street Ni w York, New York I. %  .)!' K 'IF.REI1Y NOTIFIED It a inn of Complaint for Divorce t>e.-n i ile* against you and you Hereby required to aerve a copy l> i Answer to the 11111 of ComT"; i I'lalntlffs attorney and to the original Answer In the office lei k of the Circuit Court, on l"';-ie the 17th day of August. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fl-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUKITY. IN CHANCERY. No. lfeS NINA IAJCHETTI, Plaintiff vs. ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS, etc.. et als., Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ARMOl'R FERTILIZER WORKS, a dissolved. New Jersey corporation, 15 Exchange Place Jersey City, N. J.; ARMUPR AND COMPANY OF DELAWARE, a corporation, irnlon Stock Yards Chicago 9, Illinois O. P. GAINOPS and LEVY GAINors, his wife, Residence unknown: LILLY CASK, and If married, n ner unknown spouse, Residence unknown; R. A. MALONE. and If married. hla unknown spouse, Residence unknown: All CNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, legatees, grantees, trustees, administrators, creditors, or other partlea claiming by, through, under or against the estate of A. S. IIELINSKI. deceased: and If living and If dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, trustees, assignees, llenors. successors In Interest, creditors or other 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 any estate, right, title, claim or Interest In or Hen upon the following described property, towlt: Lots 22, 23 and the West 5 feet of Lot 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 yon by NINA LOCHETTI to quiet fhe LEGAL IfOTICE NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SAL E NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sL,T,. ue i' f ( '"'" Ur Wortda Utea Annotated (1941), Ware,. ,M niiHjuse lien, ,1.., „o J possession the following described property: l-SEl. llon-EH,,,,,, FURNITURE ?iK.. ."!^ r,y "' M,t THOI'TMAN, •• %  %  ^w-wth T.i,.,.., .M,.,,,„, n., r : usi" t^i i ,n th £ i:,lh ,lay of Au i": '*" 3 1 ,ur '"* ,he lp ltl "urs of '1'," 'Inly between 11:00 forenoon Mluml x (hl n ':r n '">". t 2049 N. ,.JU i Avcnuc Miami. Florida, the 2 *'. '''Oder for cash In hand the e^ Ve of"M M r r, T r ou ;Zn r,y M h Pr<> "aJ? A Tf K yuiV. w 1, M,,r 1 *, hH 2 9,n A. O. TRANSFER A 7/11 — 8/7 WAREHoT;s K <-'0., INC. LEGAL NOTICE v NOT,CE N U A N M D E ER LA F YV CTIT OU8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In th AVKNPE .M'.NimY, at 400 8.W l.i niT Ue ui*"! 1 lntend to register W d name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida gggA&D KIC WKLTON KESSlJ-R^^AHs 0 ^^ W =^TON A, .i"r y ? 2 nd 0r Av A e" P C n, • 7/31 — i/7-14-21 IN TH Mr, COU ^J Y JUDGES COURT L.. A ND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. J0718.B In Re: ESTATE OF •" %  • HENRT j. MEI.LOV, Deceased T„ *,,^? T i l CE TO CREDITofiT" iUr e d,,or and A Arsons HavRald Stale: r Ueman <"' A a 'n-t Ji^ U, J n ea,:h of you Bre hereby notified and required to present any calms and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of HENRY J. MELLof de.-eased late of Queens County, New ork. to the ITbn. W. F. HLANTON nd FRANK HOWLING. County Judges of Dade County, and flic the same In their office In the County r ,">oiisc In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the da e "I 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. 1!>53. HENItY .1. MEI.I.OY. JR. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of HENRY J. MELLOY. GEORGE CHERTKOF Decea,,ed 7/2 t 4 > M*^_'g r Anc, "* r y Administrator NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VAL-U DEPT. STOKE, at 2441 8.W. J7th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ROSE WYNN MARY OSOFF KES8LER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 4 S.W. 22nd Avenue 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DAISY'S ORIGINALS, at 700 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, Fla., Intend t register said name with the Clerk of the Clrtltle to the above described property.'cult Court of Dade County. Florida •Hi Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H. RICK, JR. Deputy CleVk (seal) %  K JTALIANOFF "nay for Plaintiff a Uncoh, Road, Miami Beach, Fla. I-SI — 8/7 and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney. MARX M. FAUER. at 412 Congress Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original 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 confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of July, 19S3. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk 7/24-11 — 8/7-14 RENATO LBVI PUERTO ORVIETO MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants ton Seyl.i,l,l I'.ulMing 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 .^COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT jRin? .£1? DADE COUNTY. a, R,DA N PROBATE. No. 30608-B .' I.ST ATE OF 1;| -L1S. Deceased Mi ', CE TO CREDITORS 111 editors and All Persons Havstate" r ^'""nd" Against Kald III!! ""', each of you, are hereby >nd required to present any •[nil demands which, you, or ", r v ,'.' u .' may nave against the HI. -I EI.I.1S. deceased late 1 ounty, hlorlda, to the Hon. of Dade County, and fame In their office in the iiihouse In Dade County. • ithlii eight < alendar months •' %  •*• "' the first publication Bald claims or demands to %  Mgal address of the claimIK'. L.\J"' BWO, n t and presente.l I 'said .or same will be barred. HOB 120 of the 1933 Probate Ju| v 14, A.D. liu BARAri KLLI8 \M?Z£Lg oJ" LMt WU1 im i NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30444-B la Re: ESTATE OF EDWIN L. IUX, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, ro hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate or EDWIN L. RIX, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, 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 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. Date July 13. A.D. 1953. MICHAEL M. ISENBERG As Administrator Cl'M TESTAMENTS ANNEXO of the estate of EDWIN L RIX, Deceased. MICHAEL M. ISKNHERG Attorney for Administrator • Cum Testamento Annexo 1407 KiiK-ayhe Bldg Miami, Fla. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NILON EXTERMINATORS, at 1813 ALTON ROAD, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES TAIBL Sole Owner LEONARD KALISH Attorney for Applicant 1001 DuPont Bldg. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,'.".''. l l : HH ur l< r the fictitious name of PARK Jl'ICE BAR & SANDWICH SHOP, at 321 N.E. 1st Street, Miami, Intend to register laid name with the I lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, FRED TOTILLO MILDRED V. TARSITANA Sole Owners KE88LER ADABS Attorneys for Applicants 4 S.W. Mad Ave. 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 'N JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 10 OS1E DUNN. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES ROBERT DUNN and I'onoTHY DUNN, his wife, and BARBARA ANN HARDMAN, formerly known as BARBARA ANN DUNN, and aiLBERT HARDMAN. her husband. Defendants. ,„ NOTICE TO APPEAR FLOW NAUK OF !" K HTATE OF TO: JAM EH ROBERT,DUNN, If living, add, DOROTHY DUNN, hla wife. If living, whose residences are 71 Oak Street, Trenton, N. J.; GILBERT HARDMAN, address unknown; A.LI, UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, credl-' 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 ALSO as 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 proinrty which Is the subject matter of this suit. said property lying and being in Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows: The East forty-five feet (4.7) of Lot eleven (11), Block one (1) of McFARLANK HOMESTEAD, according to the Plat thereof recorded in Hat Book 5, at Page x. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed in the alsive named Court, by the plaintiff above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiff in and to the property Involved herelnabove described Tor ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your appearance in said suit on or before the 2 llh 'lay of August. 190.1. anil In default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will ha entered against you and each of you. DONE AND ORDERED at the Court House in Dade County, Florida, thi 22nd day of July. 1933. E. B. LEATHER MAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. R. MURRAY LESSEN Depu,y Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff R23 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE ALLEN It DENN is no longer connected with the Three Carnal if* Ierics. BBTWARD Tit.VHTi:\'HEk<: Owner 8/7-14-21-2K NOTICE UNpER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name J.f BON-VILLA, at R44 Lenox Avel Miami l leach, intend to register name with the CldVfc of the Court of Dade County, Florida JAC" 8/7-14-21-2K JACOB SII.VEP.MAN ARTHUR SAVIN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the .fictitious num. NOtfMAN IIAIfKI, MORTGAOE C PANY, Not Inc. at 12 McAllister Arcade, intends to register said nati.e with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui Dade County, 1'iorlda. NORMAN BABEL, Sole owner 8/7-II"!-US NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uvit the undersigned, desiring to engage I i business under the fictitious name oT I'HSJClC I'APTAINS FISHERIES. .1761 S.W Mh St.. Miami, Intends t register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count), hlorlda. BERNARD TRACHTENBER' I 8/7-14-21-28 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26228 RE: ESTATE OF HERMAN I! GROSSMAN, Dece; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I l> filed my final report and petition Final Discharge as EXECUTOR the estate of HERMAN B. Olio. MAN, deceased; and that on the day of Sej'tember. I95S, I will ai to the Honorable PRANK I! HOWLING, County Judge of Dade Count... Florida, Tor Approval of said fin.il port and for final discharge as EXECUTOR of Ho Will of HERMAN Gill 'SS.MA \ dece ised. This 3th da) of July, 19.13. ,s OEl 'ROE OR( IKSMAN Executor of the Estate of Harman 1: Grossman, dece MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN 6"i Seylwld Bldg.. Miami. I Attorneys for Estate 8, 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uwt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of J, ft F LUNCHEONETTE, at 2048 W.W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LUCILLE STRAKELE KESSLER A OARS •Mtorneys for Applicant 4 H.W. 22nd Ave. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. AT LAW. No. 28948 ALAN VENZER, Plaintiff, vs. J. ARTHUR HIRKCH. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: J. ARTHUR HIRSCH. 1301 Bay Drive, Miami Iieach, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Common Law action has been filed against you in the Circuit Court for Dade County, Florida by ALAN VENZER and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleadings to the Complaint upon the Plaintiff's all,iimy, OBOBXUSJ. TALIANOFF, whose address Is 42M Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and Hie the original Answer or pleadings In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Miami, Florida, on or before the 17th day of August, 1953; otherwise, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 14th day of July, IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk I Seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUN T Y JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 307U In Re: ESTATE "I JOSEF WEIN8TOCK, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona II -e--Ing Claims or Demands Ag:i:> Said Estate: JTou. and each of you. are hen notified and required to present claims and demands which you. -i either of you. may have against estate of JOSEF WEINSTOCK. deceased late of Dade County. Florid-, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their iffiees in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Horida, within eight calendar months Irom the date of t':e first publication hereof. Said clair 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 August 3rd, A.D. 1981, FANNY WEINSTOCK, also known as FRANCES WEINSTOCK, As Administratrix C.T.A. .if the Estate of JOSEPH WEINSTOCK, I i, %  eased MYERS, HKIMAN X KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix 8/7-14-21 :'v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PANDORA GIFT SHOP, at 958 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANNA KOI'KIND KOVNKR A MA NN W E IMER Attorneys for Aana Kopklnd 7/17-24-31 — 1/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 181101 CARLYN RING DUBIN. Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE DUBIN, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: THEODORE DUBIN, 80 E. Cth Street, New York City. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you re hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or beNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la liuslii.-ss under the fictitious name of WEINKLES LIQUOR STORKS, at 9124 Harding Avenue. Surfslde, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>a(le County, Florida. CARL WEINKLE AARON WEINKLE LEO A. CHAIK1N as co-partners doing business under the firm name of "Welnkles Liquor Stores" MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that f, „ the 17th dav'of AuVu-t l-SK^KSffe^JriK!, £_HH? "1 "therwlsVthe alieVat'ontsT^id' B?,i business Onder the fictitious name of RACK SUPER SERVICE, at 1G7 West Flaglcr Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAY BERRIN WALTER KAYE (Owners) 7/17-24-31 — 8/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name of CAKE MASTERS BAKERY, at S747 Bird Drive, Coral Gables, Florida, in. tend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN GOLDEN ISADORE FOOEL SHEINER ft SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants 804 Roper Bldg Miami 12, Fla. 7/17-14-11 — 1/7 of Complaint will be taken aa fessed against you. DATED this 13th day of July, 1953. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By R. H RICE. JR. 'Seal) Deputy Clok (Seal) OBORQE .1 TALIANOfT Attorney tor Plaintiff 42o Lin...In It.,ad. Miami Beach. Fla. 7/17-14-M — 8/7 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! T1M J.wi*h Floridlan solicits your Isgal noUcss. W tsppntdato y o a i pGtrOOO>(J4> CXDU rruOTClaV ••49 accurate S4M vie* at Waal rats*. FhotM 1-1141 SEITLIN & COMPANY rtu*c IS PERSONAL 1 K AND f ifl COMMERCIAL f COVERAGES f %  PHONE 9-3836 I N. t. Xrd BT M | AM | 3J. FLA. f I



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.AY. AUGUST 7, 1SS3 PAGES Ice, yntbia Goldberg and her Sid Kronish, are vacationw i;h Miss Goldberg's grander. Mrs. Miriam Press, of 011 (Street, Miami Beach. Mr. Kronis an Associated Press feature |er. %  ft 4 etween Canada and Mex: nd Mrs Stephen Kessler, of NW 38th Terrace, announce ir.h of their daughter, JoAnn. \y ins her brother, Charles JefIO is 13 months old. Grand |r.are Mr. and Mrs. Ben KessNorth Venetian Way. Fred K. Shochet was guest of honor at a dinner party last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mindlin. 440 Marmore, Coral Gables. •Cr -Cr Mrs. Anita Berg left Sunday for her New York home after a twoweek visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. •Cr -Cr it Miss Patsy Reisman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 SW 7th Street, has just been accepted at Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia. Miss Reisman graduated from Miami High School and will leave for the opening of the college term on September 14th. •Cr -Cr & Nat Roth will attend the midyear meeting of tbe executive advisory council of the National Association of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen in New York on August 12th. He is past president of the association. •Cf -Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coolik, of 9740 Weat Broadview, Bay Harbor Islands, announce the birth of their son, Russel Gregg. He joins his sister, Susan, 6, and brother, Jeffrey, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, of Miami Beach, and the Dave Cooliks, Macon, Georgia. ir -Cr Cr Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz have returned to Miami Beach after vacationing in the North and attending the wedding of their daughter which took place in Brooklyn, New York. •Cr Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gertner have just returned from a Northern vacation. Mr. Gertner is executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital. -Cr -Cr tr Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis are on an extended vacation taking them to Denver, Hololulu and San Francisco. They will both be present at the convention of the American Hospital Association of which Mr. Lewis is a director. Mrs. Lewis is affiliated with the organization's auxiliary. SCRIP qro ISRABID INC. Send Food to Your Relatives and Friends in Israel tor ROSH HASHONAH THf HIGH HOLY DAYS IECIN ON SlfJlMBU 9th MUCH IAMUU SCRIP CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE IN Sl§ $i5 $25 Household Electrical Appliances Miami Beach Israel Zionist District JCOM 510 420 LINCOLN ROAD. Phone 5-0346 YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of DYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at I0RRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE SUNSHINE FASHIONS' the home of Ti as p „. ort M*i Beech • Ft. L.ud.rd.U WHI Palm Beech i. amp...^ Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodman are •n a tour of the Scandinavian countries. %  Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, of 327 Jefferson Avenue, have returned to Miami Beach following a month vacation at Hot Springs and a brief stopover in Tallahassee to attend the Bar Mitzvah of Harold Gibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gibbs. -Cr -Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman are visiting in New York and Toledo, Ohio. •Cr '-Cr -Cr Off for a tour of Spain and Portugal are Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips. •Cr -Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jacobs have as their house guests Dr. and Mrs. L. Hass, of New York. •Cr -Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden entertained friends at a bruncheon in the Sans Souci Hotel on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. •Cr -Cr Cr Mrs. David Bass is in New York, where she is at the side of Mr. Bass who just underwent surgery. %  Cr -Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman are enjoying a Mediterranean cruise as part of their summer vacation. %  Cr -Cr -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz are spending their vacation in Banff, Lake Louise and California. With them are their daughter, Felicia, and son, James. •Cr ir -Cr Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Rosen, of 2926 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, will mark their golden anniversary on Sunday with a dinner for their four children and eight grandchildren at the Sorrento Hotel. The Rosens came to the United States in 1905, and moved to Miami from Chicago in 1947. •Cr


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It ,> i %  \ %  PAGE 14 + i<~ i **nnrk**r nUDAY. AUGUST RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will !d Friday evening services at :j pm. Saturday morning sen jres are at 9 a.m Mincha wiU be 15 p.m. Daily sen-ices are at T 30 am., and 7 pm • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will d Friday evening services at 6 Saturday morning senices • 8:30 am Mincha will be at € p m.. followed by Shalos Seudos ices are at 7:45 am and at fc46l ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday e • rvices at 6 30 -• of senices Rabbi Morton Ma%  te and c" ncha is at • are at 8 a.m.. wn. S TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will I I n ices contMc l ???," lt.iu.1 an t I r.-.v h. ABE KERMAN : ... PBba H'h "^r^"',-.^ la lhai I U ~r>1vfd b) hi* H* ->• %  -> nwmbt of TVmj.lr iarart ROSALIE AARON Waat I "aim BsMk ". • f jn eM-nW lllneaa. A lor llw pat U ra*a. bvtrtkOT I -t*> Henn Aaron, and a "'" %  "• Ml of WaaB^PMg l.. I*ava a l.rothrr In •taV North Rabb. HhlltlWVmb*rr. of .ie<1 lntrrowii reel i>rifry. SAMUEL J*COBS hotel family whl.-h ;P%  I! tl • wmur an.l l-t Strct. *'•' IIoh. and thr Lake TartaMJl Club N ,„ H I -<1 Thuraday ai N'.H ol folb.winK '„ Sull v Miami I^-ach -"• "' TunMiami BMFh. of.d in Wood la an retired fn.m actual • %  I. rl Tart. • r. Hot*! Hamj.hir* rraort. bul _• war* reiamm ;d th^ winter niontha at MiNew li • -• Suf iina '"' f;> e aooa. MUton and I ta dausBlora. M Miami I JOSEPH"ESCOWITCM I \-' Mum' died Jul> Banieoa w • i.-J .,:. tii barlaj in Mount %  cowitch came \. York aflh>-re fa. "lertrude: g AJbcru ind i^'Uij I tan Sony a and MM KOM Maj LOUIS FUCMLM rendina at 40 SW JOth Rd.. paaaad ..> BMl F>lda) evanlna. A renldent here for 10 yeara. nrnilni from I lyn. N T and wn. a retired halter .Survived by 1 ""w. Herbert, of Miami, and Ira, ol New York, a daughter. Mr< Minna Illdom. Of Miami, two brother*. ai. of Br*klyn. Jullu*. of Loa Ancalea. Cal and a aiaier. alra. Max Jeldman. f I>" Annelea. Ha alao MBTM four iirandchlldran HervIcea were held In the Miami Chapel of Cordon Funeral Home Flurlal followed it Ml Netx. I'en.ftery MAXWELL WASSERu*!, M, B rellratf apart men. "!!*"!_ of 1111 f*th Ht MUii, ru?!w" n wl Krtday at . Hervicea were held m Akr.^'T 1 with Miami Rlveralde fhap. |„,!Il U locaUy. gurvlvin. ar, \"££> n who lived at Harbor l'r. Hay Harbor I.Und*. for the l..t five >eara. naaa^.1 away July 3"th Services took place in t'hicairo with Kivenide MeGet \htad • MJke Rmth and Ted Ask about our Save-for-Success Plan Industrial SAYINGS BANK 46 W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, PretioW LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION .U hold Friday -:ng iBTffBBl at 6 45 p.m Sat.:-ay -r. —..".; -er\:ces are at 8:30 RakM Staa n April will offi. HBOBHC The Joy Of Life. tor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portion of the liturgy A class in Mishna is scheduled for z 30 pm. and will be followed b> Eka and Shalos Seudos. • • • NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER %  *... r. A Fnday evening B8Tat 8:15 p.m. The Oneg Shabwill be sponsored by Mr and :--: n honor of their and Mrs Raymond TEMPLE SINAI -:day l ices i.: 8 30pm Rabipiro will officiate and sen L .-.:or .der the sea -of the hturgy. :-z recited by Joel ( V J. Freedman & M. Itc|>hun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washiagtan AT*. Miami Baaci Between Fourth and Fifth St* Habrrw RaJigioaB SupplUa For STn*c-jua aad PIIVBJB Uaa. AJaw for Hatew S-M17 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t Wholesale aad Retail Rough or Pulveritad Grad* A. SoU Phone 4-0335 EDWABD ALPEH 1813 S. W. 21si TBCTOCB ALL WOHI GUARANTEED yon ilon'l have H suffer year home vnur sUr<' viiur offii'C a AMI COXDITIOXED by HltL YORK MODELS 3S21 I 55-f Duck the hot sticky air — and wo*, livt and sleep in cool, dry comfort You'll look bette., feel better, be better, and enjoy life) nvjch more ... that's for sure. It's high time you installed thatair conditioning you need so badly, so why delay? Why not put HILL YORK'S proven exneritnet to work for you right now! • AIR CONDITIONING • REFRIGERATION • ICE MACHINES • MAINTENANCE <3) •akkl, aa M J ta. • &f aliaa la as HMta at *J" i 12at flaar laaca. HILL YORK PHONE 82-1411 1221 1225 SW. EIGHTH ST HE IT MIAMI SOUTH FLORIDA'S LFADIMG AIR-CONDITIONING CONTRACTOR



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y, AUGUST 7. 1953 +Jelstfkxrklkv} PAGE 3 jnement Granted; 9t Answer* Today Gruber, a Miami Beach tant and deiicaiessen owner ps brougTit up on charges of resentation last Friday, will Lppear in court Friday mornfenswer charges made against iat he has been selling nonmeat as kosher, er's attorney, Mai Englandi the court last Friday that -nmons placing Gruber under I failed to mention the paralof the city ordinance which had violated and requested ;'s postponement to get more kation. Englander also said hted to determine the extent [power of the arresting meat Itor, Frank Brickman. mitzler Play To Performed At tablanca SHELL'S SVPEB MARKBT/ WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER 8T*t>RE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays Tuesday night, the CasaPlayers will premier, for -t time in the United States, Schnitzler's Love's Merryjnd. on which the famous movie, La Ronde, was basofton banned and highly kersial play was written at |rn (if the century and is desas a study in the etiquitte re. It portrays, in ten intiBcenes, how love and passion rom hand to hand and finally \o where it originated. Wtor Sam Hirsch claims that st English language presenhas been made possible by Iscovery of copy number 275 [privately printed translation famous work printed in 11 Redcoff will portray the (right who acts as narrater ets the scenes for the ten episodes. The girl of the whose romance whh a solIn a Vienna street starts the ycle, is played by Mona Lud'Eric Applewhite is cast as {jng but romantic count. Oththe cast include Alan Keys, Dew Brown, Kent Lewellyn, j Rubin, Barbara Sohmers, Ev|King and Selig Rubin. Idren have been barred from m-week For Adults Only run love's Merry-Go-Round which fun through August 23rd. CurI time at the Club Morocco of the Casablanca Hotel is p.m., each evening except > % % %  • An additional attraction ircing and refreshments after fi-^al curtain. WANT MY MILK Jttab, 1924 AD4 1.KI m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MOk "Milk Products" Daoo Protected TEL. 2-2*21 Greater Miami Delivery Vudt Our Farm at "d of Bird IU. A Snanper CrMk Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, swim-testival dance will be held at the Algiers Hotel pool on Sunday evening, August 9th, 8:30 p.m. Swimming and diving contests in free style, back stroke events and hig board techniques will be featured. Members of the Program Committee meet with Fred Collier (center) manager of the Algiers, to study qualified entrants in the contest. Left to right are Al Budner, publicity chairman; Bob Stone over-all dance director chairman; and Al Kaplan, poster distribution chairman. Not shown in picture are A. Eudd Cutler, ticket chairman, and Jim Levenson, in charge of swimming events. Dr. Gould To Speak The Coral Gables Young Adults will hear Dr. Louis N. Gould during their next meeting on Wednesday evening, August 12th, 9 p.m., at 320 Palermo Avenue. Dr. Gould is a psychiatrist and chief of the Mental Hygiene Clinic at the VA Regional Office here. Sharet Young Women Meet A regular meeting of Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will be held at the home of Sandy Silberman, 128 SW 21st Avenue, on Tuesday, August 11th. The meeting will begin at 7:45 p.m. Anshe Ernes Synagogue Announces Naming Anshe Ernes is the name that was chosen this week for a new synagogue recently formed by a group of residents in the southwest section of Miami. Temporary leaders are Dr. M. P. Safra and Rabbi H. M. Kagan. Quarters are at 2518 SW 25th Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Inselburg will be hosts at Kiddush tomorrow, following services at 9 a.m., in honor of their daughter Sandra's forthcoming marriage. Cantor Samuel Salkof will render the musical portions of the liturgy. WILNO Thanks You MIAMI A SALUTI TO SAIAMI l^ W M .nr Author o* *• toohklkaHd nw book, "When *w Cock'l Ai*r)T '• Wonderful new taste touch to pep up a party, spice up a luncheon, or brighten a TV snack. Wilm Kosher Salami! It hoe the true old-time European flavor. Try it—and watch your reputation as a ^discriminating hostess soar9' • NOW FEATURED Al THESE FINE STORES AUO MARKOV •24 • 71t St. te-145* STAGE DOOR DELKATTOEN 205 20th St. 5-MM CYRCS FINE FOODS 1727 S.W. 22nd St. 41-6143 CY'S PIACE 84 Mirocl. 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kt\ I PAGE 4 +Jewistncrlc#*i FRIDAY. AUGUST • tfH *<-* iKjemsMkx&ian Telephones 2-Ull~3*212 P^" W F-.j .£ g^^Jftfi? OFTICE and PLANT > 12* *"" Ce ol Mumi. FU.. under the Act of March S. 1ST*. The Jew..h FionO.an hat rtNrM the J.w.ah U ,-d th Jew.il. Weekly Mtmb.' ot j.*W *Jgg' o-aphic A B er>cy. Seven Artt Feature Syndicate, wonai de New, Service. National Editorial Aaoeit.Ofi. Amer. • can Aociation of Enginh-Jewiah Newspaper.. Fior* "•"' *—" %  "" %  %  Friday August 7. 1953 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 27 Th. Jewiita FlorWian does not uatntee the Ks*>rvO^til^cb^. aovextued In It. column SUBSCRIPTION RAT E S One Year S3.00 Two Year. LEO MINDLIN .„ News Editor London linn's Views The very conservative London Times, in an editorial this week, shows a much more practical approach to the current Jerusalem controversy than does our own State Department. Commenting on the move of Israel's capitc. to the Holy City, the Times urges the United Nalionf to reexcrr.ir.e its pcs::.cr. :.-. the i:gh: c: existing facts." Most of the world's governments, including Britain, said that they would not remove their foreign c::.ces from TJ Aviv and that Israel's -•erision endangers current UN eiforts to bring peace to the Near East. But in no uncertain terms, the London Times writes: "The emotional hold which Jerusalem .-.cs over Jewish affections mckes the Jewish the '-:../ -..'.-i.z.i capital for Israel." Setting the He to the Arab position that the Holy City virtually belongs to three major world religions and that its total occupation by Israel would deny their "spiritual claims" as well as violate a United Notions decision regarding in•-r.-.atior.ahzaticr. the editorial points out that both the Jewish State and Jordan, the two cour.triei between which Jerusalem is now divided, ate wilting to g:ve religious pilgrims every pose facility to roil the Holy Places. Cur own State Department this week reemphasaed its position that the American Governrnent could not recognize Jerusalem as Israel's eapitol city and voiced dismay that the Jewish State had acted unilaterally in setting up its ig seal there. It would be well for the %  •-.rids goverr.rr.er.ts to consider the London 7.rr.es attitudes especially in light of the tact that Israel long aao announced its intention of moving, its willingness to allow intermedization c: the Holy Places and the UN's failure to bring to a conclusion an issue which .= new more of a political football than anything else. Av 26. 5713 TMI UNIT!O NATIONS HA* BUN getting pretty much %  i l "' ..., %  |U urv miinr KMHW %  .> __ rt*< spiritual beating from the very major powers that were most mts in sponsoring it back in 1945. Britain has accused H of being cfc)| corporation, and although English spokesmen are by now traditioniii careful about referring to "American intimidation methods," thT^I not hesitate to say that the UN can hardly reflect the pulse of events if it does not accept Red China as a member. Russia is less gentlemanly. Stalemating every significant tJaJ Nations issue with excessive debate and making sure that ComnuBk interpretation of "the people's destiny" is placed on public record. the same time. Kremlin leaders accuse our government of usine 9! organization as an instrument through which to gather allies £! an innocent and benevolent USSR. Meanwhile, the Amen agin, I BACK TO NORMALCY Chrislia a con. cepts, Hebrew language and Jewish customs and culture to Notre Dame's many students. ^r^ h K n .? e I,alian FaSCiata bw 3 an a P in g ,h ei* Nazi brothers In arms by persecuting Jews, Pro.essorZolh found refuge in the Vatican. We ..mnk that his students will not be gettinq a very good picture of Jewish attitudes ^ Men who pay their debts with the favor of ;neir souls are hardly in a position to teach re, • %  giofBjjnnciple of any sort let alone Jewish principles. Presideiili:.I \ i< lories President Eisenhower scored at least two major victories for his administration in his battle with Congress before that body went home on vacation this week. For one thing, the Senate voted back $20,000,000 in economic assistance to the Middle East which the House had previously slashed from his original SI40.000.000 budget for the troublesome are-. Pledged to a regimen of economy and savings, the President has nontheless repeatedly Warned Capitol Hill legislators that such saving could not come bom reductions in overseas spending. He said that "grave consequences" weald flow from major cuts in the foreign aid program. Israel, of course, comes in for a fair amount of this S20.000.o00 restoration, and it seems to us that President Eisenhower's policies regarding the Jewish State's significance in the design of world peace were affirmed by the Senate's last-minute saving action. The President also scored at least a partial victory over Senator Pat McCarran in his fight to do something about alleviating the inequities oL! 1 r;nn McCarran Immi g r tion Act. Upward of £00.000 refugees will come into the United States above immigration quotas during the next two years. The agreement to move the administration bill through the Senate without a McCarran filibuster was reportedly reached at the expense of a number of assurances that here will be no changes in the Nevada leqislator s immigration act. But we feel that President Eisenhower is nontheless moving surely in the direction of implementing his Inauguration Day promise regarding this act. His sponsorship of the emergency bill was only the fust slep ,n a lonq road aimed at revising our laws regulating im migration. Perhaps the second was the udden j^ucuon Tuesday of a sweep.ng new OmnTLSJ T atl0n u B i by S9na, 'Herbert Lehman about which the President is supposed to have known nothing." W*ea It is no secret that President Eisenhower has beer.looking forward ,0 the end of the current Congressional session. The death of qJ Taft left him with hardly a^compete',ti lean Gaaajaj less than a month ago, showed its own practical if not stated attita toward the IN when it threatened a "go-it-alone" world policy n withdrawal of US funds should Red China be granted membership Thus, even our country shows a decidedly patronizing air towui the organization which was hardly tempered by President Eisenhower', sharp and intelligent rebuke of Congress. The damage hadalrm*,! been done. It shook the faith of many floundering European. Asa* and African peoples who look to us and to our belief in the IN as a effective organization guarding world peace. This brings us into a nostalgic mood, and we remember the ha>l pily hectic days in San Francisco after VE Day when everybody lord everybody else except the Japanese who were not yet defeated R sian leaders, staggering with the weight of friendship and vodka, ** fealty to eternal world brotherhood. Britain pompously promised at open door policy in China, diplomatically ignoring the fact that ta> door to which its spokesmen referred had long since been torn asunder by the nationalistic aspirations of over 400 million souls who wen i waking up to say "no, thank you," to the white man's burden. And sentimental Americans were dreaming of dead Woodrow Wi-I son and Franklin Roosevelt who had not lived to see the fulfilling of their work in behalf of peace. What happened to the spirit that prevailed at these plenary s e ss i o n s of the original United Nations Organization can hardly be described in less than many volumes. Be' it is interesting to note that countries whose voices were silent at the time later found themselves in the forefront of UN action and 4 plomacy even as the so-called "founding lathers" fell more deeply into paralysis. The cease-fire in Korea has brought the hope that the tide 1 turning and has cast light on the fact that the paralysis was the rent of major power efforts to deal amicably and effectively with the problems of their smaller brothers. It becomes clear that the^e povers have had to learn to recognize the sovereignty and significance •/ economically and territorially weaker governments and to respect their needs and aspirations. It is hoped that the paralysis was nothing mat than a lumbering giant's effort to be polite in a very delicate situatiot. THE ARAB LEAGUE'S IS A VOICE that was silent in 1945, ud that has emerged on the IN scene to intimidate, to threaten, to be recalcitrant and to dictate policy. At San Francisco, the Moslem bloc was busily engaged with disguising its Nazi inclinations and could Ml | speak for that reason. Its saving grace was that Egypt and the Sw C'anal had been principle targets of General Rommel's Afnka Korai, This was the extent of its participation on the side of the Allies duriaj World War II But this silence, the result of lack of assurance, was broken Its) than two lears later during the Palestine partition debate I-ebanos'l tharles Malik, appealing to his Christian colleagues, called the Jew "Christ killers." This devout Moslem's concern for Chrivtcndoml Divine Ruler failed to reckon with the fact that the world was sol nauseated by German atrocity Dr Malik could not be sensitive to this issue because his nation, like the other Arab nations, had remained apart from the gruelling conflict. Also he. again like his Moslem cue treres, were yet unacquainted with modern diplomatic methods. did not know, living in a medieval state and despite his Western e* cation, that religion is no longer openly used as a political axe is polite society. But the Arabs have been apt students. Losing the political battle over Palestine in ihe UN, they waged military battle against the Jew in violation of United Nations rulings. Losing the military battle, they are now carrying on an unsanctioned economic war. with the hope tnat Israel will be brought to its knees through boycott. Despite their many internationally criminal acts, the Arabs have been advancing a rious "^mentis t0 induce America to end or limit our governments ad to the new Jewish State. These are presented in the framework 01 a Communist threat, and. indeed, the Moslem bloc has shown calmniioH^ ? t0W rd the USSR and its satellites in an effort to woo tnited States favor. whiJ, i f T. her the r end of destroying I* !" through UN channel! h, violating every IN ruling ,„ the matter, the Arabs are tradinf hb\r .1. ? gee mUe Whl,e Moslem lobbies in the Western world KJ SlU? r u the d,s P ced P*"o problem, it must be rememorohU-m u ? b ar agalnst ,he U N Partition plan created this ?W D^.,? S V Ud,CrOUsl> ,hey d m nd thet Israel comply with the L,^ 1 0 dec IMOB ,n >e -ce of the fact that their leaders went \Dr.r Q4 l"*.' and ^"S^ abou t Arab exodus as a result h lordan 2• !'., Atexander Galloway, then head of the UNRWA for t solve .hJ r Perfectly clw %  h Arab nations do not want and i an r gee Pr blem ^y nt to keep it as an open a* and as an M front against the United Nations." h-JK the „ h P* d l !" release from paralysis that the major powio b^T" 8u£fering duriD ,he P* few yeer. in the UN, it m X4 "gTT ^S "* ^ '*" ^ !" hiding an^ longer in^f u "* Jcws who found Impossible to live J Yemen hJS Ar ab world Thus, the ancient Jewish community J lVr !" l *?. u^ "? 6000 persons doned iU home to con* State fn > 12 000 Jews of ,raa le to find security in then£ Arah iJlS"^ !" 0 M0000 ^t'n. •** • now wanderer^ whj bui efhS 2if "* ,0 Viola,e W Pnneiple. and to bark msincer* nSSSeSf^' to Ur • < • ,he "W a d who fear the povedj •"* i.seaseridaen seven-hation btoc as pclble neV home.



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1953 fall Championship hated September 1st ffiSU'* on youth7 lfce s first American Legion nation%  iunior baseball championships LSIber 1st through 5th. at MiL Stadium. I joe H Adams, chairman for Har W Seeds Post, sponsor of the 3 Little World Series, makes 15 plain with the announcement EM children's tickets are scaled 25 cents for each night of the bri£S> (•Many American Legion posts. L'cc departments,, civic organirabn> firms and individuals are l yin g large blocs of these tickets L distribution through youth cen|rs and other juvenile groups," dams told The Jewish Floridian. -Ye don't want any youngster to liss those five thrilling nights of Iseball." [Representing the cream of more Ln 16.000 Legion-sponsored lams from coast to coast, four Tubs v, ill compete for the national Lior pennant won last year for L third time by Bontley Post of. fcneumati. The tide contenders be decided in sectional eHmla'tions late this RaOBth. Coldofsky Unveiling I The dedication of a monument the memory' of the late afinnie oldofsky. formerly of 3171 SW pd Street, will take place SunAugust 9th, at the Shandloff pdge Plot. Jewish Peoples Fralal Order, of Mt. Sinai MemoPark Cemetery. Mrs. Coldofi* survived by three sisters, Irs. Lizzie Fagin. Miss Sarah Colpfsky. of New York, and Mrs. Ani Gutterman, of Worcester, Mass. jranfiements are in charge of aimers Miami Monument Coman>. Friends and relatives are ked to attend. +Jewl$irk>rldUan PACE 7 BETTY'S ["KNOWI* FOR DELICIOUS LAND WHOLESOME FOOD" [Completely Air Conditioned Free Parking Lobo Lounge Continuous Entertainment Phone 9-9426 1440 Biscayne BWd. CISCRIM1NATIHG COMMITS DINE AT ilirmigaariy* OF NEW ORLEANS French cuisine in fke werM IMMU New Orleans aiaaaar, servta* la • Ititurtly ofmoipaere of m,*ht M I world charm. Open Daily and Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 4153 N.W. 36th Street Miam,, Florida Ph. "88-3703 Spendyoer vocation ia the -' ^ %  iNrKlfeaaMai*B* *K Kosher Mnn 331 First Ava., W. Hondersonville, N.C. 31tt SEASON Fine Kosher food*, prepared in the American Style by export cooks. Write or phone SJ06 for reservations. All rooms with private and connecting baths. Under Personal Buporrlnlon of Mm. Ai HorowlU Air Conditioned RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN Busily glazing ceramic objects lor their booth ior the forthcoming camp carnival aze members of the junior girls' group at the Flaglez-Granada Day Camp of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The carnival will take place on the grounds of the Center's Town Branch, Sunday afternoon, from 2 to 8 p.m. Shown in the picture are (left to right) Roberta Suchman, Marlene Scherer, counselor Beverly Yelen, Lynn Feldman. Sima Stahl, Marsha Gold, Linda Sloaae, Wendy Hacker and counselor Barabara Hacker. Prepare For Family Carnival Last minute preparations for the family carnival to be held on Sunday, from 2 p.m. till dark, under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, were completed at' a meeting held this week by a committee of parents. The parents and campers of the Town Branch and Fiagler-Granada Day Camps are looking forward to accommodating some 500 children and adults at the outdoor grounds of the Center's Town Branch Children's rides, movies and refreshments will supplement the many carnival games that are being prepared, with hundreds of prizes available for the winners. Parents who are serving on the Planning Committee are Mrs. Alexander Rothman and Mrs. Harry Dansky, co-chairmen, Mrs. Ann Drasncr. Mrs. Sam Kllnn, Mrs. Irving Querido. Mrs. Charles Sadoff. Mrs. Ben Shapiro, Mrs. Frank Stock. Mrs. Edward Lawrence, Mrs. Sidney Sloane, Mrs. Murray Willen, Mrs. Morris Brody and Mrs. George Senter. Friedman Installs Milton Friedman, Miami attorney and national youth commissioner for B'nai B'rith, this week installed officers of the Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter at Tyler's Restaurant and Delta Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls at the Colony Restaurant. SPEND YOUR SUMMif VACATION IN TNI RlUf %  VMS MOaJNTAINS OMfOI I UKK IV V ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager Season Juna 1st to Oct. 1st • SWIMMING POOL a ALL SPORTS, INCLUDING SJOATINQ AND FISHING • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY a FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE _._— ALL ROOMS WITH BATH OR SHOWER Miami Convalescent Home Specialising, in Cars to ths Elderly and Chronically hi. 24-Hour Nursing Service. Special Dists Strictly Observed. Private apd SamlPrivate Rooms. 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*Jen1st HcrlcUar FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. PAGE 10 Mendelssohn Concerto To Be Featured ^g^^fa Fred Jonas, pre^djhyjf thJ Miami Beach IsraoTZionist District. thi-i week announced that Scrip certificates to relatives and friends in Israel n-.ust be sent early this >ar since Rosh Hashonah is on September 9th The Miami Beach Israel Zionist Pi-tric!. 420 Lincoln Road. Room 510. telephone 5^)346. is the local representatives for Scrip Scrip is obtainable in denonunaaj S10. $15 and $25 certififor which the recipient receives a larse variety of food. be-M elednca. Appliances are .k-a*s saad tkat those who have BO relatwes *t tneads in Israel Sunday; Miss Joyce Flissler Is Soloist Felix Mendelssohn's Concerto for \ iin in E minor will be the main ,k -cheduled to be performed the University of Miami SumSymphony Orchestra on Sunevening. August 9th. 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach Auditorium. -t conductor will be Izler Soloin-, n. .' ace Flissler will perform the t aiileissohii concerto. A striking ressjon of musicality and maTity was made by this young vi%  joist at her New York concert in Town Hall last >eason. York born and trained, she I emnecs that a Beethoven Mm i. .-muted the first composie ever learned. Thi< -.en she was about four and "'" '*r M Ht sitt Taste oi success, winning a scbol-, throughout the South and East. aa, ^rs^i seeding the help_ IV-hip tu the Mannes School of, The Sucdaj program will afc,-Our office has a list of such M\:-ic. -iude GluUa's Overture to Russnames." he saad. At the High School of Music and land and Ludnuiia. the Larjjo ud He iXx eip.iart that many peobe was elected to Arista, the JFinale from Dvoraks New WorJe P*? <*nd Scnp in honor of birthscholastic society, and was also Symphony. Sibelius' Finiandia andl days, anniversaries and in memory •the first girl concertmaster" in ( Tschaikowsk} 's March. Slav .of departed relatives and friends. the senior orchestra of the school. | t. ben city-wide auditions were opened to high school students by Leopold Stokowski. she was the violinist to reach the finals. ; I later she played with the City pbon) Orchestra under Stoski's direction. Flissler also won the Loeb '.U.-nuria! Prize, the Young People's Philharmonic Auditions and Walter W. N'aumburg FoundaAward that granted her the p Hall debut at which she rade so resounding a New York -. .eesMiss Flissler has appear, -('Iiist with the Young People's Symphony under Leon Bar and the Plainfield Symphony -ides her orchestral appearBarbecue Supper Slated By Goodman Hadassah A barbecue supper will precede neeting of the I. R Goodman ,p %  >( Hadassah on Wednesday. August 12th. 7 p.m.. at the home In Robert S. Robinson. 4180 Drive, according to Miss an Goodman, presidentelect !." charge of reservations, which nade before August 8th/ Dorothy Parker. 545 Euclid j xe. 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JAY. AUGUST 7. 1953 +Je*M,fhrkma* (quiry Shows lathy, Fear By BORIS SMDL'Ak 1 lew it h Telegraphic Agncy 30L ON JUDAISM: From time me Jewish students at Harvard the pulse" among their coljes on their identification with lism. Last year, the results of a poll presented a rather ny picture. Most of the stuwere not ashamed of being L b.it they said that they were only because thefr parents Jews. They knew nothing kt Judaism and cared little It it. This year, the survey ined college students from all the country. They attended Brandeis Camp Institute, a Bier camp of Jewish study, and wire asked to answer a num|of questions to establish the it of their identification with lisir and the extent of their innt> as Jews. le questionnaire, prepared by |olm D Rivkin, a Harvard stuhad been pre-tested on 30 jents from Harvard, Radcliffe | Brandeis University. The reof the study led to the conIon that American Judaism is |g the character of a positive. satisfying force. Mr. Rivkin h.i-..'"l that if Judaism is to |ve and develop, Jewish leadmist "re-examine, re-evaluate Ire-define" its role in terms of pnt day problems, not past exfenceHe found the highest of identification with Jewish lamonu Orthodox and Conservstudents, women with exteneducation and office-holders in sh organizations. The lowest of identification came from knt? with Reform or agnostic n.unils. or those who had fed Jewish education. Imin showed strong tendento be more identified than This is because Jewish in this country offer its in a larger variety of activiAlso probably because the tends to be oriented away the home toward the larger lt> where he mUst find occufcia! -tatus In this atmosphere. ia corresponding lessening loneand attractiveness tols Jewish identification. On %  ther hand, the Jewish woman, %  •he has less opportunity Ichicvcment in the occupation prld, tends to join Jewish womRroups and adopts more Jewtalues than men. PAGE 13 Blocked Accounts Are Reopened Continued from Page 1 ment had passed a resolution permitting Jordanian citizens to sign the revised application forms. The two other objections of the Jordanian Government to the transfer of the blocked accounts, the allegations that ten percent of the money which was in compulsory loans would not be paid and that all money over five hundred pounds would be confiscated, were simply canards. The compulsory loans were to be refunded under the scheme — it should be explained here that ten percent of all bank accounts in Israel, whether Arab or Jewish, had to be put into compulsory loans. "The payment of amounts over 500 pounds sterling," Mr. Reedman's statement says, "is in no way affected by their transfer to the Custodian of Absentee Property. These accounts will be fully available in future releases that are made." Some idea of the amount involved in the release of the blocked accounts to Arab refugees in Jordan alone is revealed by Mr. Reedman. In his statement, he says: "By the end of June, the transfers of sterling on approved accounts, at the rate of 50 pounds sterling per month on each account, will amount to approximately 50,000 pounds starling." High Holiday Tickets The Beth David Synagogue Committee on Seats for the High Holidays this week announced that tickets may be purchased daily from 9 a.m., to 5 p.m. Evening sales are slated between 7 and 9 p.m. The committee will also be available on Sundays until 12 noon. Ss^ JGUST BROS R V / ta'tht at \rf TB Relief Meeting The Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives Relief Society will hold its Board Meeting on Tuesday, August 11th. 8 p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel. A delegate will be chosen to attend the annual conference in Denver, Colorado, which is to take place the end of this month. Dr. Cohen Opens Office Dr. Herman Cohen has opened a new office for the practice of general medicine. A graduate of Tulane Medical School, Dr. Cohen served his internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, 3527 Pinetree Drive. _— ijrOliMpm Umt^ov IT* rtabhl Joeeoh E. Rackorakrr MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3593 ALL FORMS OF MNSMJRANCE mm INSURANCE AGENCY INC. STOCK &V MUTUAL SAMUEL TRAURIG WALTER THAURIG M3 CORAL WAY, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 4*1771 tmedert LEGAL KOTICE LEGAL NOTICE '*THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI 11 !" ,i'£?i?kit; CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOe OOUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 1S1M5 JB88IB WI1.UA MS and MILDIUCD WH.UAHS, nla wife, Plaintiff*, vs. I'KHHINK GRANT LAND COMPANY, a Kluilda Corporation, and HKNRY WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS, lila wife, If any. Defendants. NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE NAME OK THK STATK OK KI.OKIDA: TO: HENRY WILLIAMS, and WILLIAMS, 111* wife, If livlns. and whoae addreaaea are unknown: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, credltora or other parties claiming; by, through. under or against HENRY WILLIAMS and WILLIAMS. his wife. If any, not known to be dead or alive; i\.*u AU.II/, as to each of the above named defendant indlvldi "Is If thev he deceaaed, then all unknown helra, devisees, grantees, credltora or other parties claiming by, through, under or against auch defendants. AND ALSO an other and unknown persona having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In the property which la the subject matter of this suit, said property ly.ng and being In Dade County, 1-iortda, and nan particularly described as follows: Lot 10 In Work 3 of SOUTH PERBINB SUBDIVISION, accoi cling to tne rial thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, at Page 66. of the Public p. %  %  ..idof Dade County, Florida. YOU AND KACH OK YOU are herebv notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the Plaintiffs above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiffs. In and to the property involved hereinabove described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your answer In said suit on or before the 9th day of September, 1S53, and in default of auch answer, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you and each of you. Dated August 5, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff v::< s.ybold Building Miami. Florida S/7-U-21-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In luisiiicss under the fictitious name of WAIKIKI MOTKI.. at 1X801 Collins Avenue, Dade County, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida DANIEL LIFTER BEN NET M. I.IKTER Attorney for Applicant UO Lincoln !: %  ..( I. Miami Beach 8/7-14-21-* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of M.EETWOOD HOMES. at Dade COUNTS', Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Kloiida. SAM GREENBERG MAE OIIEKNBKRG LESTER B. GREENRKItG SHEINER A SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants S/7-14-21-28 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30B36-B In Re: ESTATE OF EHICK AI.KXANDKR. Deceased To All Crei.*>ors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or I either of you. may have against th* I estate of ERK'K ALEXANDER, deI ceased late of Dude County, Florida, 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 months from the date of the first publication hereof, Bald claims or demands to contain the legal addreas of the claimant and to be sworn to nnd presented as aforesaid. or same will be burred. Date August 4. A.D. Ir,3. CATHERINE ALEXANDER As Executrix of the I.ast Will aud Testament of fcRICK ALEXANDER. Deceased PAI.I.OT, SILVER St ML'LLOY 701 Congress Bulldlfi*. Miami. Ha. Attorneys for Executrix 8/7-14-21-28 GORDON ROOFING AMD SHEET METAL WOaUS Have y*u. reef rs*Miree nowi ,u will save •• • near reef laser "•atiefaetery Work fey Experienced Men" 414 B. W. tine Avenue PHONI 4-aee> eWW^*A/^.^rAr^A*A,*^^ &f map naio nxn HEBREW NEW YEARS CARDS PRINTED PARNESS PRESS 437 S.W. 17th A vs. Ph. T-4T23S All Kinds of Printing r*^A*r*WWWWWWWWW*V. FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS Newly organized group, con servative approach, want* capable individual to load High Holy Day services, serving in capacity of spiritual leader, directing responsive readings, a capable lee furor, etc. State remuneration. Reply P. S.. Bex 2973, Miami 18. •! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. I*MM MURIEL GLASEIt. Plaintiff vs. ROBERT GI.ASEB. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT GI.ASER 6224 Elwell Crescent, Rego Park Long Island, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint for aivorce hied herein on plaintiff's attorney, RICHARD KRIEGER KINK. 412 Congress Building, Miami, r'.orlda, and to file the .....i,...' < n .•... nf'lce ..' -e C'rk of the above Court on or before the 8th day of September, 1953. or a default will be entered against you. DATED this 4th day of August. 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By: M. C. GREEN I ..•,".ii> i it-i a /7 I4-?1-"1 THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) rViffc Various reeferes Predated eed Directed v -!*-"" |W -2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St • A Downtown Location, [lose to Everything! Nicely Appointed Rooms. Air-condi|ned Rooms are Optional. p*t Rooms and Sample Room, COMQ DINING ROOM .COCKTAIL LOUNGE "^ I %  % % %  %  %  LJ. ....._.'• SIMOH itlucN 503 S.W. 17th Avt. rheee 12-5410 SEAT KtStRVATIONS NOW BUNG TAKEN f09 THI HIGH HOLY DAIS Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center 50 N.W. 5If* PLACE, MIAMI Cell Evenings: HV COVERMAN • 33049 CHAILES ADEIMAN •3-1420 27 '/*" WleJo Kitchen — L-K Model R-320 Combines 4 cu ft refrigerator, a 12" x Id" one-piece porcelain sink, draiaboard and back-splash, 3 gas burners and large storage drawer, all in less than 5 scjuare feet of space! Also available with 2 electric burners (110V). Or with 3 electric burners for 220V. Now with horizontal type freexer. Accommodates nine ice cube trays. Ample inner door shelf. Drip tray for easy cleaning. Tefumteb compressor units emry 5 ye*r guarantee. Range beats do not tiffed refrigermtor temperatures because of Owens-Coming Fiberglm insulation. Some Low Boy Refrigerators v 1952 Models $ 145.00 JACKSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE HTABliSHto 1940 IAICEST ASSOtTMENT Of All S'ZES Otl THI BEACH 721 St* STMIAMI BEACH PH. 58-0655 WE SEIVKE WHAT WE SELL CASH OR TERMS SPECIAL PR!C:S TO B91B32S & APT. OWKEXS IN QUANTITIES )!<



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)AY, AUGUST 7, 19S3 +*m*c*,nrrH*>r PAGE 11 sraeli Pianist Will Play Here jwih Plorldlen Ptitwt It happened in Jerusalem during he fateful years of war against he Nazis in 1941. The Jew in Germany and in other European Mates were persecuted and tortured in the Third Reich's gas cham-1 ers and crematory ovens, andj there was a superhuman underground striving to save at least the' Jewish children from the Nazi ter-1 The head and the organizing rit of the Youth Aliytm move-1 sent was the great old lady Henri{ fctta Szold, who some 30 years be : fore had succeeded in rounding the women's arm of the Zionist Organation — Hadassah. The whole vorld was grateful to her and was preparing to participate in the celebration of her 80th birthday. A little girl pupil of the Jerualcm Conservatory of Music, Ora Itottenbcrg, then 8 years old, was leeply impressed by the rumors t-hich reached her ears about the Juffcrings of the Jewish children t h e German concentration famps. She had also heard about heir salvation through Youth Alib-ah The little pupil tried to express her sentiments by music and omposed a song starting with sevIra I sad tunes which subsequently (hanged into a fiery Mora. She also wrote words to accompany the song and then showed it her teacher, who passed it on Henrietta Szold. The latter was ather surprised by this unusual birthday gift and invited little Ora or a cup of tea and a friendly hat. "And what would you like as a ouvenir of this afternoon?" she Eked the youthful pianist. Quietly, Ora replied: "A photo pken of us before the Youth Allah building in Jerusalem." Today, Ora Hot ten berg is 20 pars old. She is preparing for %  ^ncert with the University of Mini Summer Symphony Orchestra the Miami Beach Auditorium on Jugust 16th. The Israeli pianist is ere with Henriette Michelson, an tmerican pianist who has been ^aching in Jerusalem for the past yoars at the New Jerusalem Dnservatoire and Academy of MuI Miss Michelson is visiting with fer sister, Mrs. Marie Vohj>e, eoaffcrt manager of the University of liami Symphony Orchestra. i I Miss Michelson deplore* the fad it a wealth of talent exists U el without the means for devel|ng it. "Our lack of Instruments Pianos, -cellos, violins, even rip, Sova Announce dependent Operation NEW YORK—Irving Jaffe, presint of Scrip To Israel, Inc., and Shulgasser, president of Sova racl Stores Inc., announced this eek that both companies are now erating their distribution cent's in Israel separately and inde'ndcntly. Up to the present date, both "P and Sova customers ex.anged gift certificates for food d other essentials in the same intly operated stores in Israel. Holders of Sova certificates will '* be served in Sova Israel stores clusively. Holders of Scrip To certificates will exchange Script gifts in Scrip's new ares at Tel Aviv. Haifa and Jerpalem. I |MIAMI BEACH MUNICIPAL GOLF DRIVING RANGE 20th St & Washington AT^ Golf profesaionala in Attendance at all time. PHONE 48-3967 Ore Rerreaeera mmi Henrietta SieM flues — and our desperate need for more and better teachers, particularly for the stringed instruments," she says, "are all slowing down the progress in music that would otherwise be made in Israel." Describing the school where she teaches, Miss Michelson reveals that "it has no building; we rent %  tegular school building, which means we cannot use it except after school hours and weekends, and we cannot protect from damage by the non-musical pupils the few pianos we own." Miss Michelson expects to present her pupil, Ora Rottenberg, in a number of private recitals in New York before returning to Israel "in order to make a little I money for instruments and scholarships." The school is supported, as far as available funds will reach, by the Educational Department of the Israel Government. It has some 1,000 students. Miss Michelson has, herself, performed a number of times in Miami. She played in two all-Beethoven recitals in 1948 and 1949, and In a sonata recital with 'cellist Jean Bedetti, also in 1949. Before going to Israel, she was a piano instructor in New York City's Julliard School of Music. Zamora Men Meet The Men's Club of Zamora Jewish Center inaugurated the first of a series of four breakfasts on Sunday, August 2nd. Rabbi Max M. Landman, spiritual leader, was guest speaker. Louis Kroll, president of the Men's Club, announced the date of the next breakfast as Sunday, August 23rd. TV REPAIRS IMMIDIATC TUtVISION SfRVfCf NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 far Caff Phone CITY WIDE TV 83-1291 M IAMI TITLE i ObstructCo. U TEARS Or TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANt Titk huvraace reticles ef leases City Titit huar—ti Ce. 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