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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
KluME 27Number 33
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
rJC Argues Jewry's Relation to Israel
By tht Jewish Telegraphic Agency
GENEVA Relationship of the Jews of the world
the State of Israel was the major subject of discus-
and debate at the opening sessions of the third
|iary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress which
ned here with 300 delegates from 80 countries in at-
jance, in the presence of diplomatic observers from
(umber of governments.
The question was brought to the fore by Dr. Nahum
jmann. acting president of the WJC, in his keynote
tress, when he voiced the hope that those Jewish groups
'the United States and other western countries who
wise emigration of Jews from those countries to Israel
lid revise their views.
"These groups," Dr. Goldmann said, "thoroughly friend-
land helpful to Israel, are concerned about Israel's
ure but are of the mistaken notion that to urge Jews
go to Israel is somewhat incompatible with the loyalty
devotion to the countries in which they live. The
Iner this attitude is rooted out of Jewish life, the
ler."
| The most pressing responsibility in Jewish life today.
Goldmann emphasized, is aiding Israel to solve her
nplex economic, political and social problems, "which
featen the very existence of the Jewish State." He
described these problems as "enormous," requiring years
and perhaps decades of determined effort before they
can be solved.
Israel's major problems which must find solution to
assure her existence are that of achieving peace with the
Arab world and of integrating the Jewish State into a
community of nations in the Middle East, of developing
a national economy which will make Israel a self-sustain-
ing Jewish community and of moulding hundreds of
thousands of immigrants from a score of countries and
of diverse background, cultures and languages into a
homogenous group of Israeli citizens, he said.
"Israel's difficulties," Dr. Goldmann pointed out, "stem
from the fact that the Jewish State was born in one of
the most sensitive strategic spots on earth and was bur-
dened with the task of absorbing hordes of immigrants in
such a brief period of time." He termed the efforts which
will be required on the part of Israel and world Jewry
to surmount these difficulties as even "more arduous"
than the ones which involved Jewry in the launching of
the Jewish State five years ago.
Dr. Goldmann suggested two courses of action as basic
to the ultimate solution of Israel's difficulties: 1. Be-
cause Israel is unique among nations in that only a small
proportion of its total or potential population resides
there presently, every step should be taken to increase
Jewish immigration to Israel; 2. Because Israel cannot
hope to solve her problems without unstinted support
of World Jewry, greater understanding and amity must
be developed between the two.
"Both must become concerned with the totality of the
Jewish people, with its needs, interest and ideas," Dr.
Goldmann stated. "Israel's responsibilities stemming as
they do from tasks of statehood and that of the Jewish
communities outside of Israel which are based on do-
mestic and general problems such as relationships with
other groups, anti-Semitism, health, Jewish education and
religious needs must be brought into balance.
"It would be unfortunate if a conflict were permitted
to develop between these two sets of responsibilities," Dr.
Goldmann continued. "Instead a way must be found
whereby the Jewish communities outside of Israel will
realize that their dignity and their very survival is linked
with the future and the survival of Israel and whereby
Israel will realize that it must have the help of the Jevn.ii
people to survive and that Israel's future is dependent
on the well being material and spiritual of the
Jewish people as a whole.
American Jews are not "temporary sojourners" in
America, and American non-Jews do not regard them a.;
such, Rabbi Morton Berman, of Chicago, told the assembly.
He said that speaking for American Jews and Jews in
other free, democratic lands, he rejects the view that a
Continued en Page 2
ordan Backs Out on Move
To Internationalize Jerusalem
I Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Washington The issue of
internationalization of Jeru-
|em was brought sharply to the
this week when six Arab
Ites presented a demand to the
lited States to act immediately
) iriKalcm capital of the Jewish
late and to press in the United
Vions for internationalization of
|e city.
['Ihe Kingdom of Jordan, which
day shares sovereignty over a
|vided Jerusalem with the Jew-
State, immediately disassoci-
|ed itself from the Arab move.
if Haikal, the Jordanian Min-
rest Promises
Supervision of
iazi Criminals
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
pnited States, Britain and France
rill continue to retain responsibil-
K and supervision over German
Var criminals who may be granted
llemency or parole by the eon-
jultative review boards set up by
he Western Powers, the State De-
partment today informed Philip M.
Jutznick, president of B'nai
S'rith.
Earlier, in a telegram to Secre-
ry of state John Foster Dulles.
>ir Klutznick called attention to
he great hazard and potential dan-
!er io democratization in Germany
Ihrough the possible release of ov-
?r 500 Nazi war criminals. The
Plate Department's reply to Mr.
Klutznick's telegram said: "The
ontemplated program does not in-
Mve the three Western Powers
relinquishing their ultimate re-
pponsibility for matters of clem-
pney and parole. The boards are
Jo be advisory only. On the other
hand, it should be of great assist-
lance to have such boards consisting
|"f competent individuals who can
Ifjo into the cases in considerable
detail and can make recommenda-
|tions based on full consideration
of all the factors.
ister, made ft clear that Jordan's
opposition to internationalization
of Jerusalem had not been dimin-
ished.
(At the United Nations. Iraq took
the lead in convening heads of the
Arab State missions in an effort
to secure agreement on placing on
the UN General Assembly agenda
a protest against the transfer of
the Israel Foreign Ministry from
Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.)
Solution to "Whole Problem"
The Jordan envoy told the JTA
in a comment on the Arab States'
demarche to the State Department
over Jerusalem that his govern-
ment was against "any kind of in-
ternationalization." He added that
Jerusalem was part of the "whole
Palestine problem," and "this
problem should be solved all to-
gether and not piece-by-piece."
Jordan opposed the Israel move of
the Foreign Ministry from Tel Av-
iv to Jerusalem, he said, because
Jordan opposed a "piece-by-piece
solution."
(Agency reports from Jordan
this" week disclosed that the Jor-
dan Government was moving gov-
ernment departments from Amman
to the Jordan-held Old City of
Jerusalem and that sittings of the
Jordan Parliament were to be held
in Jerusalem to "offset" transfer
of the Israel Foreign Ministry to
the Israel-held Jerusalem area)
The first Arab move was made
when a delegation composed of the
envoys of Egypt, Syria, Yemen,
Iraq, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia
called on Acting Secretary of SUte
Walter Bedell Smith this week and
demanded that the United States
take the lead in preventing Israel
from establishing its capital at
Jerusalem. The Arab diplomats
asked Mr. Smith to take quick ac-
tion to prevent the transfer of the
Israel Foreign Ministry from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem.
Israel's intention to consider
Jerusalem as its capitol, said the
Arabs, violates the Tripartite Dec-
laration of May 5, 1950, in which
the US, Great Britain and France
guaranteed against violations of
stability in the Near East. The
Arabs said to Mr. Smith that if
the United States does nothing to
""control" Israel it would be "pre-
cisely, in effect, to do everything."
The United States is partly re-
sponsible for the Israel move, the
Arabs told the "State Department,
because "everybody knows that Is-
rael is completely and absolutely
dependent for its survival upon
the United States." The Arab dip-
lomats sought to stress that Jeru-
salem was sacred to three major
faiths and, therefore, was unique
among the cities of the world. They
contended that the United Nations
had decided on internationaliza-
tion and that Israel was acting
with disregard to the will of the
United Nations.
"Israel's act of transferring its
capitol to Jerusalem," the Arabs
said in a statement, "is in defiance
of the whole character of the city."
In a subsequent statement, the
Arab mission chiefs, excluding Jor-
dan, issued a statement which
stressed the considerations "that
Continued en Page 5
Sharett Denounces Mutual Security Aid
Allocations To Arab League Bloc Nations
JERUSALEM (JTA ) Israel
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
denounced the United States policy
of preferential arming of the Arab
States this, week as deceptive in
general and dangerous to Israel
specifically.
Under the Mutual Security Act
passed by Congress early last week,
the sum of $30,000,000 was provid
ed to be applied at the discretion
of President Eisenhower in^ the
supply of military aid to the Arab
States and Israel. The State De-
partment had made it known that
the Arab States would receive
eighty percent of this as against
twenty'percent for Israel.
Meanwhile, Israel and United
State Government economists this
week were studying implications
of an amendment to the Mutual
Security Act adopted before the
adjournment of Congress,
President Eisenhower's victory in Congress last week credit.?
his administration with the first measure taken against tha
restrictions of the McCarran Immigration Act. His Emergency
Immigration Bill, passed by the House and Senate before their
adjournment, will assure the influx here of some 210.000 refu-
gees such as these above present-day quotas during the ne
two years.
* *
Goldmann Denies He
Urged Total Migration-
GENEVA (JTA) Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, acting president of the
World Jewish Congress, protested
during the weekend the "unfor-
tunate misinterpretations" by some
newspapers of remarks made in his
speech opening the Third Plenary
Assembly of the Congress last
week.
"I have repeatedly said that Is-
rael needs many more immigrants
for consolidation, and every Jew
who wants to emigrate to Israel
j has that right." Dr. CoWmann de-
clared. "It is the full right of the
I Zionist movement to urge Jews to
I go to Israel in order to assist in
its development.
"But I have never indicated that
; all Jews outside Israel should re-
gard themselves as Israelis or po-'
tential Israelis," he emphasized.
"This is a complete contradiction
of my basic conception of Jewish
life, as my entire record will con-
firm.
"I have emphatically stated, and
repeated in my opening address
here, that it is certain that during
the foreseeable future, a very large
part of the Jewish people, if not
the majority, will remain outside
Israel," Dr. Goldmann declared
He said that the Jewish com-
munities outside of Israel had their
own important and essential prob-
lems. "It is a fundamental error
to regard Israel as the only cen-
ter of Jewish life and to consider
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WJC Arcues Jewry's Role ^
Continued frai Pa#s I
"kind of historical necessity"
:ewh
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t+h Counts leaden and even
mbers of our office staffs in
we have either
happened since oar last plenary
hi 14J I still coatend that
have been better if we
had invited delegations froaa Iron
Curtain eaaagrOlyvi > fhi$>
bl> '
PrwSevis* Pass gala
Mosbe Erem. a pro-Soviet Ma-
addreas-
director of the Amenrti
Icou-uT^f^0-^ i5KJ:3f ASi--J *- -
-nil The answers we re-- mg the plenary assembly qnertior.
rted were cryptic and forasel and f^f the objectivity of Dr Goldmann
firit by unknown persons in He charged that Dr Goldmann
that the Jew, m the East Enrooeai mMmtrim. wbo requested omitted in his presidential address
as a teaoerary dwelling place
.,. twt i to join the World Jewish O
-VntB there is tangible eTidenee i
American Jews are
history in the past 2.000 years has
revealed the insecurity of Jewish
residence. Rabbi Bencan contin-
ued, but they bold the view that
history need cot repeat itself. Fail-
ure of Out belief, be said, would
mean "disaster not only for the
Jews in the lands outside Israel.
but for Israel itseit whose future
depends on the existence of free-
dom and peace in the world
countries are
free to establish a
paji
which they wished to. any reference to Fascist and anti-
to their governments." Semitic organizations which, he
WX fcaadhan Arrested claimed, are conducting their ae-
Goldmann reminded the tivities openly in the United States.
that Jews from DOt,c particularly that the
4 World Jewish Congress remained
and
coantnes went
'A statement sharply itif
views allegedly expressed by Dr
Goldmann to the effect that aH
Jews owed loyalty to Israel and
should imsiigrate to the Jewish Siliei man British member of Par-
State was issued .a New York by hament. and Dr Goldmann Mr
Jacob Warv3.it.r. ;t>. intent of the Sherman aBeged that the absence
ittee
ik of ia-
Bjitj fj
>-* to
Ameriean Jewui Cons
He said that te spi
mgrstion to Israel as
Jews throughout the worM tt
subvert the basic conception
crttzeesfcip and to assume that Is-
rael is the only place where Jews
can live in security and dignity
We reject this faise doctrine un-
qualifiedly and in so doic{ w are
dent that we -peak in behalf
-taalry every Amtrkaa Jew."
' pro-
a by some newspapers
: that be had ever
of Israel
I-raelis or
-
conception He said that
-able future, a large
part of Jewry w:il remain in the
.t is a fundamental
In regard Israel as the only
r of Jewish life and to con-
Diaspora Jewry a' p.o more
than a source of permanent mate-
Jpport for Israel He added
that it was contrary to his whole
pt that world Jewry -become
an annex of the Zionist movement
of Israel
The question of whether Jewish
communities in countries behind
the Iron Curtain can participate
in the World Jewish Congress was
also argued in the general debate
Dr David Petegorsky. executive
positive Jewish life, to conduct
-Jewish tdnctwail and religions
life, and to contribute to the con- Dr
sotodatx-o and strengthening of Is- British delegate
raeL their participation in the the Iron Curtain -., "qnife iianen h*e to i ttiSen
World Jewish Congress must re- back on all resolutions which they manifestations stemming out of the
. maoa a purely academic problem. had unanimously suspected during t Boscnbrrg case in the US," he
Dr Petegorsky said the plenary session of the World Lows Segal, of New York.
The ahseace of delegaiesfron, Jewish Congress l-!^ Z%^^Sn
the Iron Curtain countries mvnked 1M8 "Nor did they even deign ^ ^ ^^ ^ GfMmaaa #4
a sharp exchange between Sidney,t0 occupy the seats on the execn-|BOt ladude the Slaasky trial in
, tivc of the WJC which they were 'Prague in his report?" he asked
urged time and again to fill, he, the Israel Ml wing delegate Mr.
pointed out Segal pointed out that the Jews
Mr SUverman later took the in the Communist countries are
floor to withdraw his personal ref-,doubly afraid both as eitiaras of
I ereoces to Dr. Goldmann "These." _
be admitted, "were coached in
words which went beyond necesst
ties of the case The only point
I want to stress." he said. is that
in spite of everything that has
FRIDAY
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cause they ^ mbfg^N
anti-Senaitisn, whtcn jj *
Dr. Maurice Peru**.
York similarlv criSg lj
* far ttemptingT*^]
ofljcrg case as _,*(
*JC Plenary .\s.eaiblv,l
ed oat that the cat? *"
matter of specific Jewafc
anyacUcflontheparttljH
Jewish Congxev* *"
* the Jewish i_-
"FlaaI bhjutiooT
sheer nonsense fcT
' was due to the failure of the exec-
utive to invite the delegates Dr
'Goldmann therefore gave a detail-
' ed attoant of numerous efforts to
make contact with affiliated organ-'
nations of the WJC in Poland '
Czechoslovakia Bulgaria. Hungary I
and Rumania.
The Jewhh groups in Czecho-
slovakia and Bulgaria formally
withdrew from the WJC Dr Gold-
mann stated They wrote us that
:id not want to have anything
The central Jewish
organization* affiliated with us in
I Hangar* and Rumania.
impi;. responded to the in-
vitations we sent them through of
channels.
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PAGE 3
?man Named
tond Board
Governors
fnir Liebman, Miami Beach
y and active meber of the
Organization, has been ap-
to the National Board of
nrs of the Israel Bond Or-
ion.
naking the announcement,
a! Bond office reported that
nor was being bestowed be-
of Liebman's "untiring and
Bh efforts" on behalf of the
Lf Israel.
lairman of the Council of
Cations of the Greater Mi-
fael Bond Committee, Lieb-
Civic Leaders Named To Eleven Top
Posts In Beach Civil Defense Program
Appointment of 11 Miami Beach
civic and business leaders to key
positions in the emergency -wel-
fare services division of civil de-
fense was announced this week by
Allen Goldberg. Goldberg, chair-
man of the Board of the Miami
Beach Civic League, Was recently
named director of the division for
the Miami Beach-Golden Beach dis-
trict.
Goldberg selected Robert Wheat,
industrial representative of Florida
Power & Light Co. and president
Grundwerg Passes
CPA Examinations
Moses J. Grundwerg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg,
4561 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach,
was notified by the State Board
of Accountancy that he has pass-
ed the May, 1053, certified public
accounting examinations.
Grundwerg received the BBA de-
gree in accounting from the Uni-
versity of Miami in February, 1952,
where he ranked fourth among the
accounting students. He will re-
turn to the University of Miami
Law School in September where
he will enter his senior year.
At law school, he has served as
Case-Note editor of the Miami Law
Quarterly and as vice chancellor of
Tau Epsilon Rho Legal, Fraternity.
of the Miami Beach Exchange Club,
as deputy director of the division.
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman
of the Board of Food Fair Stores
and president of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, was selected as
director of mass care. He named
Sam Kaplan, executive secretary of
the Miami Beach Hotel Association,
as chief of emergency lodging and
Dr. Kurt Peiser, former vice presi-
dent of the University of Pennsyl-
vania, as chief of emergency feed-
ing. Meyer Edelman, clothing man-
ufacturer, was selected as chief of
emergency clothing.
Mayor Harold Shapiro was chos-
en as director of emergency re-
habilitation. Marvin Kimmel, at-
torney and exalted ruler of the
Miami Beach Elks, was selected as
director of registration and infor-
mation. Herbert Gutman, senior
warden of the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge, was named supervisor of
welfare inquiries.
Gerald Schwartz, public rela-
tions counselor, was named direc-
tor of evacuation, and A. Budd Cut-
ler, attorney and president of the
Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith, was
appointed deputy director of evac-
uation area processes. Paul Need-
elman, a director of the Beach Jay-
cees, will direct mobile teams.
Seymour liekmon
as made three trips to Is-
kd has lectured extensively
|ous phases of the young na-
jevelopment.
las been admitted to prac-
in Florida and New York
a member of the Miami
ad Dade County Bar As-
as.
nan was one of the authors
[Code of Fair Practices pre-
Jfor the Jewish Education
If of New York. He is
Iry of the Greater Miami
tee of Jewish Education.
Edition to his active interest
fish education, Liebman has
ny years been a leader in
pnd communal organizations.
past associate chairman of
|;imi Beach Community Cen-
r.ember of the Board of Gov-
of the Greater Miami Jew-
leration and is a member of
lional Executive Committee
Zionist Organization of
Gables Sisterhood Luncheon
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
Sisterhood will hold a dessert
luncheon on August 19th, 12:30
p.m., at Ed Hassen's Howard John-
son Restaurant on the Trail. Co-
chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
Jerome Weiss and Mrs. Jacques
Fink.
Allen Goldberg (seated) maps plans for the emergency wel-
fare services division of Miami Beach civil defense with four
of his top aides. They are Qeft to right) Marvin Kimmel, direc-
tor of registration and information; A. Budd Cutler, deputy
director of evacuation area processes; Robert Wheat, deputy
director to Goldberg; Gerald Schwartz, director of evacuation.

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PAGE 5
irdan Hits At
>|y Places Tiff
Continued from Page 1
the United Nations to decide
times by more than two-
majorities that the whole
kalem area be lifted from
liral controversy and made in-
ational." The Arab delegation
.already thrice decided by the
|,l organization; that this de-
Jn covers not just the so-called
of Jerusalem' but the entire
of Jerusalem;' that it is not
[i-tial internationalization of the
Places, but a territorial in-
Ltionalization whereby the
De area is set aside as a corpus
Tralum; and that to refer to
(Israeli transfer of their For-
Ministry to Jerusalem as just
nportune at this time' is to
In the fact of these solemn de-
ins of the UN."
he Arabs warned that "it would
disastrous if, in place of pro-
ung to implement the decisions
The United Nations, attempts
lid be made to alter these de-
(ns themselves."
he Arab envoys told Secretary
\h that "the real choice before
I world" is "between allowing
to get away with its unilater-
ts. thus perpetrating a danger-
Istate of tension, and establish
|an international center where
erstanding and concord have a
ice to develop among all be-
fr- in God."
Arab move came in for a
Lnng blast from Israel sources.
Jpokesman for the Israel Em-
here, in a comment on the
move, said that the public
ird of the Arab States on the
isalem issue was the best com-
Jtary on the "unabashed cyni-
of the appeal of the Arab
kassadors for internationaliza-
of the city.
he Israel spokesman pointed
| that the United Nations pro-
pi in 1947 for the statute of
alem was "effectively killed
Ihe bloody violence of Arab
dmiion." He recalled how Arab
ession had damaged the city
its Holy Places. Having pre-
yed by force of arms the peace-
internationalization of Jem
tin. the Arabs have since op-
ed every plan put forward by
er states to secure the legiti-
le objective of the safeguarding
Ihe Holy Places, the spokesman
fJordan, the only Arab state
actual interests and position
Jerusalem," said the spokesman,
publicly disassociated itself
STUDY URGES'WHITlFICnTl

By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
JEWISH SECURITY: Perhaps the
most interesting aspect of a recent
study is the part which tries to
establish to what extent Jews feel
secure in this country. A high de-
gree of security showed itself
among those who lived in neigh-
borhoods or went to schools where
there were a large number of oth-
er Jews. Women were also very se-
cure. The most insecure people
came from areas or schools with
few fellow-Jews. They had very
high incomes, and tended to be
men, rather than women. The
highly identified Jews were not
necessarily the most secure. In
fact, a large proportion of the
"most Jewish" subjects evidenced
marked insecurity.
Of course, the sample group on
which this finding is based is
small, and possibly unrepresenta-
tive. Nevertheless, the result of
the study is interesting inasmuch
as the trend among Jews now is
towards breaking away from neigh-
borhood ties and moving to other
areas. Emphasis is, of course, laid
on the fact that the only insecurity
American Jewi face is an amor-
phous state of social insecurity.
The American Jew enjoys equal
protection under the law and the
privileges and Immunities of other
American citizens. He Is not ex-
posed to external forces which de-
mand that Jews band together or
perish. He is not subject to con-
certed pressure from an openly
hostile environment which denies
him material benefits.
On the contrary, he is a product
of a society that ideologically en-
courages him to act as an individ-
ual, not as a member of a group.
Nevertheless, he is denied by some
elements the symbols of social stat-
us only because he is a member
of the Jewish group. It is due to
this attitude, that many Jews "re-
turn" to Judaism, the study estab-
lishes. They become "more Jew-
ish" because they can find a status
substitute in Jewish affiliation.
Much of their identification with
Judaism, the study finds, is noth
ing but a compensation for status-
denial by the non-Jewish world.
They find Judaism "second-best"
and really want to break away but
cannot.
Beth Sholom Box Supper.
Mrs. Bert S. Klee, president of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Bholom, has announced a summer
social to take the form of a box
supper on Wednesday evening.
August 19th, 6:30 p.m., in the Ban-
quet Hall. Mrs. Sidney Schwarta
and Mrs. Harry Orleans are co-
chairmen of the function.
The value of Israel's agricultural
produce has risen 33 percent with
the aid of State of Israel Bond
funds, a spokesman for the Minis-
try of Agriculture announced this
week. The rise does not include fig-
ures for the citrus industry, also
financed by the Israel Bond Issue.
NURSE
will board convalescent or couple
in Beautiful S.W. private home,
reasonable. Ph. 4-6227 or 9-9890.
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Phone 5-3595
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30895-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ADOl.I'H FJtIRDMAN'N, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Mate:
Tou. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claim* and demands which you, or
elther of you, may have against the
estate of ADOLPH FRIEDMAXN. de-
ceased late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon. County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
HIM In their office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said clalma or demands to contain
t>ie legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
aa|d, or anna will be barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the IMS Probate Act.
Date August 11, A.D. 1953.
MARIE K. FRIEDMANX.
Aa Executrix of the Eatate of
ADOLPH FR1EDMAXX,
Deceased.
MYERS. HE1MAX A KAPLAN
Attorney for Executrix
50 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
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from the other Arab governments
in its apparent altruism in this
matter."
The spokesman said the Arab
ambassadors quoted phrases from
the US-British-French declaration
of May, 1950, in an attempt to show
that Israel had infringed the status
quo by moving its Foreign Min-
istry to Jerusalem. He noted that
in May, 1950, Jerusalem was al-
ready functioning as the capital of
Israel.
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NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
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Street. Miami. Intend to register said
name with the Cleric of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
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the first peak with heary shelling of large
^OB; calibre guns going on
Leer School Prepares
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Ora who was W-
from me.
for her lesson
Swddear*. at the appointed tmae
we heard kaoefcs oa the door. Ora
appeared with her mane as if noth
ing had happened"
For the past three years. Miss
Bottenherg has been studying with
Hennette Mathelson. who retired
' from the Julliard School of Mosie
after 40 years of teaching to de-rote
forced to inter i" ** ?" P^
the sheJhmi "m,M '*"' br*ei S** ***
the bia fl"* to*en **"* to eo"Be to **
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oftostndy
Ob Jane 9th. she played with
the Orchestra of the Voice of Jeru-
z the interior of the
iymc fiat oa the Door
salem Radio the Prokofiev Con-
; eerto No 3 Heinz Freudental. the
Swedish conductor, said: "It rare
^ime much pleasure to conduct for
was broken Ml* r *<**'* at her debut.
The young pianist showed an un-
usual assurance and deliberation "
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1953
a PAGE 7
lily Carnival
fbffer Prizes
Lamship cruise to Nassau on
heiminican Republic Steam-
Lines and a weekend at the
L Frontenac Hotel have been
L as grand prizes to be given
L the family carnival being
kted Sunday afternoon by
^ach Branch of the Greater
|i Jewish Community Center,
[addition, many items of mer-
rijce will also be available as
i m the program which will
at 4 p.m.. and last until 7
Morris Liniado, Carnival
jiittee chairman, announced
|the entire community is in-
to attend. There will be
L. contests and entertainment.
biitdoor grounds of the Beach
U will be decorated by boys
Kris of the day camp and their
Its.
ceeds of the carnival will go,
ds the Camper Assistance
which was set up this year
[ip provide a day camp exper-
for children of needy fam-
Members of the Parents'
jiittee who have been working-
[n this carnival are the Jies-
Morris Liniado, chairman,
[Gainsboro, Ralph Levy, Fay
Dan, S. Becker, Sally Berman,
Jacobson, Charles Julius,
Cohen, Hannah Epstein and
IStutsky._____________
ingerman Named
imni President
Dartmouth Alumni of South
fla recently elected Alex
german, Miami realtor, presi-
for the forthcoming year,
ons were held at the group's
dinner meeting in Miami.
ie presidents elected were
ge Patterson. Miami attorney;
Valier, West Palm Beach;
lorn Hal Ian tine. Ft. Lauder-
Robert D. McElwain, hotel
convention sales represents-
lith Eastern Air Lines in Mi-
pvas elected secretary-treas-
tis are l>eing made to set up
|o!arship in this area, accord-
Youngerman. There are 140
b>(fa of the Dartmouth Alumni
Itheast Florida.
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The new backdrop cut it appears during the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orches-
tra concerts at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Pop Concert Goers
See New Backdrop
On Sunday Nights
This year. University of Miami
Sunday pops concert goers not only
find tables spread with red-check-
ered table cloths, they can also Claude Ritter, who manages it; and
the execution of the work. The
design, at the suggestion of Mrs.
Marie Volpe, manager of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony, was
submitted by Clayton Charles, head
of the Art Department at the U
of M.
The backdrop was finally approv-
ed by Russell T. Pancoast, who
built the Miami Beach Auditorium;
rest their eyes on a roost attractive
stage backdrop. Long in the pro-
cess of being discussed, the back-
drop finally materialized this year
at the instigation of the Symphony
Club, of which Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-1
son is president.
It was not a simple task to ob-
tain approval for this venture,
since the question of acoustics had
to he carefully considered, accord-
ing Ip Mrs. Wolf son. Permission
had to be secured from the Miami
Beach City Council which paid for
John Bitter, orchestra conductor.
A modern abstract design was
chosen and completed by students
of the University of Miami Art
Department.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov was chair-
man of the Decorating Committee
of the Symphony Club. Mrs.
Claude A. Renshaw, 1st vice presi-
dent, acted as advisor.
Over 100 Will Attend
Dancing and a show in the Alad-
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highlight the social meeting of
Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women,
on August 16th. President Mrs.
Fred Sandier reports that over 100
guests are expected to attend.
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The Yiddish Classical Hour will
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director. Nasatir said that the pro-
gram is scheduled for station
WWPB and will be heard weekly
from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Scheduled are two main features.
Horizons Of Israel and Life Is Just
A Dream. It was also announced
this week that Nasatir will intro-
duce a new breakfast program.
Bagels And Lox, starting on Oc-
tober 5th.
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M"" then* daughter is mamage.
the daughter ef
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toe of Dr and Mr* Julius Picard,
Fall River. Maiiarhaietts
Both grandmothers of the
participated m the ceremony
ron of honor wm Ruth Uianau. of
bride Another consul
ley Alperin. of Hofyoke. kept the
(eat book.
Ernest Picard. brother of the
groom, was best man Acting an
akin were Irving Picard. William
Chebot. Richard Levine. Gilbert
Nerenberg. Arnn Bredy. Perry
SokoL Alvm Scbwarti and Merrill I
Schwartz.
Newl>-wed Mrs Picard is a grad-
uate of the Unirersity of
where she was a member of
ma Alpha Chi. adrertisinc
ary. and Delta Phi Epsikm Soror-
it> She is a former nee president
of the Miami Beach Junior Hedas-
sah and is affiliated with the Delta
Phi Epmlon Alumnae Amotiaxaaa.
The groom ret erred the BS de-.
gree from the Worcester Polatech-1
me Institute la 1MB. where he was
treasurer of Alpha Epsiion Phi Fra-
ternity He is a member of the
American Institute of Electrical
Engineers and served two years in
the US Army Signal Corps.
Out-of-town guests at the cere-'
many included Mrs Sol Matter, eg;
Miami Beach. Mr and Mrs. L Shen-
hert. of New Jersey, and Miss Mir-
iam PUard and Mrs Max Maier. of
Sew York.
Following a tour of Canada, the
couple will reside at 220 Ocean Av-
enue Long Branch. New Jersey.
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A regular meeting of the Wom-
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Jewish Community Center will be
held on Thursday. August 20th.
8 30 p m_ at the Center building
An informal Koffee Kiotch baa
been planned for the evening.
A skit written by the
' Jack Shaw and Sam Kirsehner will
be presented. Mrs. Jess Freed, pro-
gram chairman, will conduct a
rectpe roundup, with an exchange
of favorite recipes of the members
and samples Household hints and
short cuts for the hnmrmater will
be the topics of the
Lapsons Oincludc
Miami Vacation
Judah and Dvorah Laasoi
their sen, BeryL haw .
their Miami Beach vacatiai
retnrwed te Mew York dry raj
b head of tha |
Coancu of tat J
tsh Kdmratiaa Committee
York, and darecsor of the
Service Caawaattee for
high schools and colleges.
Mrs. I inicu is head of the]
ef the Jewish
Committee, author of
I and Mai
director of the Hebr, L'aie
lege and College of the
hi California.
Estelle Moss, Harnl
Sonz Wed In North
and Mrs Harr. J Soni
at 7149 Bay
Isle The> "ere i
at the Hotel Static.' .n New W
City on Jury 30th
The bride is the l-naa I
Moss, danghter of Mr md
Leo Moss. Bronx. Ne York.
A Miami Beach real estate k4|
er. Mr. Sou is a me.-aher o! I
Miami Beach Rea!t> Board.,
Asaocutioe ad I
Miracle C*nb of the Miam!
Cham her of Caaamerce.
He also is affiliated with I
Exchange Crab. Mu~ Bead: I
Lodge No. leal, the Soararfl
rectors of Coagregat. r. BetkJ
and is dsstnet director of tat 1
tst Yo
Marilyn Krebs Will Wed Cattle Man
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Marilyn Ana. to Howard Stein-.
berg, son of Mr Jacob Steinberg.
Lawrence. Massachusetts, is an-'
Bounced by Mr and Mrs. Ehas R. \
Krebs. 731 Escobar. Coral Gahtei.
The betrothed couple piaa a No-!
sember 15th wedding at the Gold
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a&. 7921 rkntfiaq Ave-
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of the
Group of the Miami
Center nL|_
:taB :* tronp wdi hold as sum
festjval oa Saturday August
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Lncilie Graboy
_tt. George Astel.
Mel Setgat and Donald Marks
Rabin, Weiss To
Wed August 30tfa
Mbb .\aiu .\rlene Rabin and
Henry Weiss are plaaning an Aug-
ust 30th wedding. They met while
the> were students together at the
I'mversaty of M^ami.
The couple, now IM graduates.
will be married in the Ambassador
Hotel in Palm Beach
The bnde-elect is toe daughter
of Mr and Mrs Jack Rabin. West
Palm Beach She is a graduate of
Palm Beach High School and has
the Bachelor of Education degree
Her sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma.
Mr VMbi u the sob of Mrs
Sadae Weiss. 3491 SW 10th Street.
He attended Rutgers I Diversity hi
New Jersey and is a member of
Pi Camion Phi fraternity. He has
BBA degree and b bow <
ed by the Berkshire Life
ance Compeer.
ia Pleasantdak.
York.
Tha bride-elect km stadwj
the Uarversxiy of Miami a
of Fdm at i r (or tat I
She served a
of the Future Te
of America Association that
Mr Sletaberg is as importer <
wholesaler of Canadian rattle
b a veteran of Word War El
ing served ia Europe
After an extendei hocei
the couple will make their
m Rutland. Vermont, when
Steinberg ia proprietor of 11
ranch
Newly elected officers .
cabee Lodge No 18Z Kaaghts of
P.taia*. held their Orst willing oa
Tuesday evening at Castle BaO.
Gnest speaker was John Davis, tt
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1953
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j>* Personally Speaking
nd'Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mr. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, of 2993 SW Mr and I

jr. and wrt- Carl Susskind, Mr.
j"d Mrs. Leo Chaiken and the Sanv
Liptons are vacationing in Nova
[>(ia.
ft ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rosen-
Jum. of.321 South Shore Drive,
fianii Beach, announce the birth
their son, Marc, at Mount Sinai
tospital on August 7th. Grand
[rents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Ka-
Bel, Brooklyn, New York, and
and Mrs. Jack Rosenblum,
fhilestone, Long Island, New
Brk.
ft ft ft
Mr and Mrs. Sam Edelman are
|w residing in their new home at
East Di Lido Drive, Di Lido
land. Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum
just returned home from a
lir through Europe.
Cr ft ft
Mrs Dave Horn, the former Dol-
tpunt. now of St. Louis, Missouri,
There visiting with her mother,
fs Sadie Pont, 2611 SW 5th Ave-
Mr. and Mrs. Rene Perry, of
\\. York, will arrive on the 15th
a family reunion. Mrs. Perry
|the former Ethel Pont.
ft ft ft
and Mrs. Meyer Rosen, of
k6 Royal Palm Avenue, celebrat-
[their 50th wedding anniversary
|,i dinner in the Sorrento Hotel
iday night. Among those at-
|ding the dinner were Mayor
Mrs Harold Shapiro, of Miami
fcch and the Rosens' three sons,
flip and Albert, Miami, and Jack
[ Coral Gables. Also attend-
were their daughter, Mrs. Abe
kick, Miami Beach, and seven
fcidchildren.
ft ft ft
}r. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein,
fOO 15th Street. Miami Beach,
returned after a three-month
ktion in the North.
Mrs. Minnie Wainer, of 2993 SW
2nd Street has returned home fol-
lowing a month spent in Detroit,
where she visited her sister, Mrs.
Bessie Kovarsky, and her nephew,
David Kover.
ft ft ft
Technical Sergeant Julius Baida,
now serving with the US Marines,
is leaving next week for Japan and
Korea. His wife, Mrs. Charlotte
Baida, and son, Daniel, will remain
at their home at 5831 SW 10th
Street. Technical Sergeant Baida
has been in the Marine Corps for
the past 10 years and is a veteran
of World War n.
ft ft ft
Carol Abrams, Leslie Fuchs, Ed-
win Ginsburg, Wendie Ann
Schwartz, Carol Fuchs, Robin
Turk, Cornelia Turk, Jonathan
Turk, Kenny Friedman, Ronny
Friedman, Susan Paul and Michelle
Pivar, all from Miami, are enjoying
a summer of camping at Camp
Blue Star, Hendersonville, North
Carolina.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen, of
2220 SW 19th Terrace, are leaving
to attend a Sun Life Assurance
convention in White Sulphur
Springs. They will then visit rel-
atives in Charleston, West Virgin-
ia, and visit with their daughter,
Theresa, in Philadelphia. The Co-
hens expect to be gone for a
month.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Marks.
of 1615 NW 127th Street, Miami,
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Melinda Alyn, at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital on July 18th.
ft ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta
and children, Gerald, ("aria and
Richard, are spending the month
of August with the senior Serottas
at Saratoga Springs, New York.
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the Army Reserves.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and
son, Richard, left for a vacation
at Hendersonville, North Carolina,
ft ft ft
Mrs. Sylvia Berman and daugh-
ter, Rhoda, are leaving for New
York today and will spend a one-
week vacation there. Rhoda enters
the University of Miami in Septem-
ber.
ft ft ft
Off for a three-week vacation at
Camp Tamiment, New York, are
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
ft ft -ft
Mrs. David Rosner and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jack Wolf, are leaving
for Atlantic City, New Jersey,
where they will vacation for one
month.
ft ft ft
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation of Greater Miami, has re-
turned from his visit to Israel, Eng-
land and Prance. Along with four-
teen other educators selected on
a national basis, Schwartzman tour-
ed the cities of Jerusalem, Bear-
sheva, Tel Aviv, Safad, many of
the colonies, the Negev, Sodom
and Upper and- Lower Galilee. The
educators were presented to Presi-
dent Ben-Zvi, Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion and Chief Rabbi Herzog.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jacob-
son, of Coconut Grove, are on va-
cation. Mr. Jacobson is publicity
director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Pederation.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaufman and
son, Bobby, are vacationing in
Canada and New York while their
daughter, Susan, is away at Camp
Jocassee, South Carolina.
ft' ft ft
Visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Katz, of 510 SW 22nd
Road, Miami, is Mrs. Samuel Cohn
and daughters, Andrea Dale, 6,
Gayle Ann, 2, and Sharon Lee, 11
months, of Englewood, New Jer-
sey. Mrs. Cohn, the former Fran-
ces Rose Katz, will be here about
a month before leaving for Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, to join her husband.
A NIGHT ON THE TOWN for Rabbi Leon Kronish (center) is
enjoyed at the Casablanca Playhouse with friends Mr. and
Mrs. William Agronove (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron New-
man (right). The current offering cf the Casablanca Players
is Love's Merry-Go-Round. by Arthur Schnitzler.
Is Bar Mitzvah
Pianist Interviewed Stanford Margareten
Youthful Israeli pianist Ora Hot
tenberg and her teacher, Henriette
Michelson, will be guests of Mrs.
Marie Volpe in a radio interview
on Saturday evening, August 15th,
6:30 p.m., over station WKAT.
Miss Rottenberg will be soloist with
the University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra on Sunday
evening, 8 p.m., at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Zamora Announces
Holy Day Schedule
Arthur Deutsch, president of the
Congregation of Zamora Jewish
Center, announced this week that
final arrangements have been made
to hold Rosh Hashonah services on
September 10th and 11th, at the
Coral Gables Coliseum, and Yom
Kippur services Friday evening,
September 18th and 19th, at the
Dade County Auditorium.
Joseph Ostrie, chairman of the
Religious Committee, also announc-
ed tickets for the High Holy Days
are now on sale at the office of
the Center daily and evenings.
S. William Locke, head of the
Membership Committee, and Jack
Toppel, in charge of the Program
Committee, announced Open House
will be held in honor of Rabbi Max
M. Landman, Zamora s new spir-
itual leader, on Wednesday night,
August 19th, 8 p.m., in the main
building of the Center. Entertain-
ment headed by Lenore Goldstein,
vocalist, accompanied by Irving
Steinberg at the piano, and David
Bagley will be featured.
Anshe Ernes Synagogue, 2518
SW 25th Avenue, will celebrate
the Bar Mitzvah of Stanford Mar-
gareten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Margaret en. during Saturday
morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi
H. M. Kagan will discuss the Week-
ly Portion at the Mincha service.
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"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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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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sponsor a Hillel program at a joint
social meeting on Wednesday, Aug-
ust 19th, 8 p.m., at the Hialeah
Miami Springs Jewish Community
Center. Guest speakers will be
Sidney Aronovitz. president of the
Hillel Advisory Council, and Dr.
Donald Michelson, director of Hil-
lel House at the University of Mi-
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M Med School Adds To Faculty
[Nine new full-time members will
In the teaching staff of the Unl-
rsity of Miami School of Medi-
he with the opening of the sec-
1 year program this fall, accord-
to Dr. Homer F. Marsh, acting
Ian.
fin addition, several practising
pysicians of the Miami area will
ribute their services to the
aching activities in the various
kids.
Among the full-time personnel
111 be Dr. Jacques S. Gottlieb, one
I the nation's outstanding psychi-
tists. Dr. Gottlieb will be Pro-
ksor of Psychiatry >nd chairman
[the department and will be di-
rior of the new psychiatric hos-
I unit of Jackson Memorial Hos-
I.
Dr. Garfield Tourney joins Dr.
itihi'b as instructor in the De-
rt merit of Psychiatry, coming
the University of Colorado
kpital. Others include Dr. W. A.
|Anderson, Professor of Pathol-
; Dr. Thomas M. Scotti, Associ-
Professor of Pathology; Dr.
ll. Miale, Pathology Depart-
nt; Dr. George T. Lewis, Pro-
of Biochemistry and chair-
i of the Department of Biochem-
; Dr. Bennett Sallman, Asso-
Professor, Department of Bac-
teriology; Dr. A. Kurt Weiss, In-
structor in Physiology; and Dr. Tim
Weatherford, Department of An-
atomy.
Israelite Center Holy
Day Tickets On Sale
Announcement has been made
this week that High Holy Day tick-
et* at the Israelite Center are nog?
on sale. Jacob Blown vill act W
chairman of purchasing.
Officiating at the services will
be Rabbi Morton Malavsky, with
Cantor Samuel Salkow rendering
the musical portions of the liturgy.
It was also announced that the
High Holy Day edition of the Is-
raelite Center bulletin, The Echrf,
will soon appear here. Co-editoi*
are Mr. S. L. Cohen and Mrs.
George Graham.
Funds For Academy
Beth El Sisterhood has scheduled
a card party for Tuesday, August
18th, 8 p.m., in the Dora August
Auditorium, 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Funds realized will be earmarked
for the Beth El Academy school
lunch program. Mrs. Rachel Sako-
witz will be hostess, with Mr. and
Mrs. D. Singer assisting.
janischewitz Borscht Recipes Add
>oling Touch To Summer Menus
limmer, more than any other
of the year, has its special
litional needs; the ideal sum-
I food should be satisfying, yet
and refreshing. It should be
ewhat lower than usual In heat-
Juring calories and higher than
in mineral content, to offset
I loss of body salts in warm
her.
above all. the perfect sum-
[food should be cool and ver-
i enough to serve quickly, eas-
a variety of ways. And if
i description happens to fit i
schewitz Borcht in every par-j
fr, that's all the more reason I
ake it a steady summer stand*.
lor cool, refreshing nourish.
ide with crisp, tender garden-
beets and just enough pure
:klichen seasonings to bring
heir full, natural tang, Manis-J
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ile food. High in food value
icularly those important mini
and low in calories, it is
a nourishing food and a de-
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whether you choose to sip ft'
ie tall, frosty glassful or spoon
by the brimming bowlful,
are literally scores of tempt-
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it as a smart party beverage,
ing "fresh-up" drink, the pre-
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ecipes.
umber of these borscht reel-
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ps Manischewitz Borscht
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rs Manischewitz Fishlets
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Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Youth Committee of Greater Miami, pre-
sents a trophy to Stanley Dick, president of the Hurricanes AZA, lor the work the chapter did
in collecting 700 of the 4,000 cans of food BBY chapters in Greater Miami obtained for distri-
bution to the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Variety Children's Hospital and the James Scott
Community Center in the BBYO Council's summer community service project. Certificates of
recognition also went to presidents of other chapters. Standing left to right are Barbara Pearl,
BBG-BZB; Mrs. Wellins; Stanley Dick; George Lefcoe, council president; Ella Siegel, Delta
BBG; Marian Feit, Hillel BBG; and Joan Siegel, Menorah BBG. Kneeling are Annette Rubin.
JAY-BBG; Norman Young, Hillel AZA; Joan Barson, Hurricane Sweetheart; Allan Davis. Hur-
ricane AZA; and Suzanne Lamm, Belle BBG.
Seven Lively Arts
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts
will offer a two-part program on
Friday evening at 11th Street and
Collins Avenue. At 8 p.m., Chaim
Rose will talk on hypnotism. At
8:30 p.m., the first in a semi-month-
ly series of film art forums will
follow. Scheduled for discussion
is director Julien Duvivier's Flesh
And Fantasy.

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Lq>AY. AUGUST U, 1953
+Je*l$hfk>rldHan
PAGE 13
Doubts Mourn
Senator Taffr
ffiW YORK (JTA) The Amer-
|n Zionist Council, representing
the Zionist groups in the Unit-
| Slates, joined the American na-
L in mourning the death of Sen-
Dr Hubert A. Taft who was con-
lercd a great friend of the Zion-
movement. A statement issued
Louis Lipsny, chairman of the
kncil. says:
rSenator Taft was one of the
ly advocates of the restoration
(Palestine as the Jewish National
Ime. He believed that he was loy-
[to American ideals in favoring
creation of an era of freedom
the long-depressed Jewish peo-
i in the Promised Land. He nev-
[wavered from his faith in the
Mice of that cause.
fHe believed that international
tenants -hould be kept and
Ireforc voiced his protest against
Palestine White Paper of 1939,
litii he regarded as a breach of
Mandate and of the Balfour
fclaration.
[Senator Taft was one of the
1st faithful leaders in American
(itical life in support of the Jew-
1 cause after World War II, and
atly aided in the creation of
State of Israel and in support
reafter of all American efforts
lid Israel to absorb the tens of
usands of refugees coming from
[parts of the world and in con-
Idating the economy of the new
lie."
|abbi Abba Hillel Silver said in
katement: "I shall forever be
Iteful for the privilege of having
Iwn him as a friend and for
ling received from him the wis-
| of counsel and the greatest of
in the work of establishing
| State of Israel, a cause which
ealed so greatly to his fine
fee of historic justice."
1 hanniny To Air
livUBHennv
Jules R ('tunning, consulting
structural engineer and chairman
of the Engineering Division of the
Dade County Civil Defense Coun-
cil, will be guest speaker during
the next meeting of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce on Monday evening, August
17th, at the Cromwell Hotel.
The Engineering Division is now
in the process of evaluating all
building in Dade County for the
purpose of determining the loca-
tion of shelter areas.
Channings talk will include the
subject of shelter from atomic at-
tack in existing buildings, a dis-
cussion of shelter facilities avail-
able in Dade County, and a movie
will be shown of the most recent
atomic tests, according to an an-
nouncement by George Jackman,
program chairman of the Jaycees.
North Shore Women's Party
The North Shore Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
weekly menorah card party at the
Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday,
August 19th, 12:30 p.m.
Beach Chapter Card Party
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
menorah card party at the Em-
press Hotel on Wednesday, August
19th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Rhoda Sossin is
chairman.
Rimer Opens Office
lr Harry B Kimer has opened
(office for the practice of ifi-
lal medicine. A graduate of
br> University Medical School,
Rimer served his "internship
residency in New York City
I at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
is the -on of Mr. and Mrs.
(jamin Rimer, 6320 Allison
1 Miami Beach.
ton lain* HUf
Wet Oilivvrs
Indron's Loon Lake, located in
Yklin County in the Adiron-
ks. New York State, will hold
annual elections this year dur-
| the week of August 17th to
ho resort city, which eneom-
?es an area of 3.500 acres, has
pain hotel, n annexes and 50
lages as well as 30 additional
[dings, including a moving pic-
theatre, landscaped park.
fs of paved roads and concrete
s- expansive electric system
(a priate championship 18-hole
course,
flections will put into office a
[or, commissioners and council
nbers.
Goldmann Denies
Urging Aliyah
Continued from Page 1
the Jews In tne Diaspora as no
more than a source of permanent,
material support for Israel," he de-
clared.
Israel Goldstein, president of the
American Jewish Congress, speak-
ing ot the ctmtnbatfbn of Ameri
can Jews to the upbuilding of the
State of Israel, admitted that they
have given the least of manpower
but pointed out that the American
community has been second only
to the Jewish community in Israel
as a factor of importance in the
establishment of the Jewish State.
He emphasized that the jjaleflsl
and moral support of American
Jews for Israel has been major and
predicted that in the event of any
crisis again affecting Israel they
would prove that they were still
"dominated by a deep and weather-
proof love for Israel."
The Marchioness of Reading,
chairman of the British Section of
the WJC, declared that "relations
between Israel and the Jews
throughout the world cannot be
blueprinted." She insisted that
events relating to Israel specifical-
ly and the world in general are
still in the "womb of time, and
cannot and should not attempt a
premature birth." She also called
upon Jews to work through the
United Nations to carry on the
fight against anti-Semitism and for
human rights and stressed that
Jewish problems were tied up with
world problems.
Wilno Kosher Meats
Expand Enterprise
Statistics show that the Ameri-
can people are the biggest con-
sumers of delicatessen products in
the world. The Wilno Kosher Saus-
age Company, now in its 60th year
of operation, has added to the
popularity of the hot dog, salami,
bologna, corned beef and scores
of other meat products.
Recently, the Wilno Kosher pro-
ducts were chosen by Hollywood
producers, according to reports
here. Two movies used the Wilno
products, the first starring Anne
Baxter, Richard Conte and Ann
Sothern and the second, starring
William Holden. Maggie McNamara
and David Niven.
Two additional branches have
been added in Los Angeles and
j in Miami to meet the demand for
the Wilno Kosher delicatessen pro-
ducts. In these factories, under
modern, scientific conditions, US
Government inspection and Rab-
binical supervision, about 50 dif-
ferent meat items are being pro-
duced.
Executives are planning an ex-
pansion program to bring the Wil-
Food Fair Fund
To Aid Students
An educational fund to help em-
ployes of Food Fair Stores, Inc.
further their schooling has been
set up through the company's re-
cently-established foundation.
Announcement came from Board
Chairman Samuel Friedland, pres-
ident of the Food Fair Stores Foun-
dation.
The plan, effective in September,
offers employes the opportunity of
taking courses at qualified schools
and colleges during off-duty hours
to further themselves in their jobs
The foundation pays all tuition
costs up to $100 a year for each
employe.
AH full-time workers with three
years of continuous service are
eligible.
Future plans of the foundation
include the granting of scholar-
ships to the children of company
employes and to other qualified
young people residing in commu-
nities where Food Fair markets
are operated. It is expected that
these programs will be ready in
time for September, 1954, school
terms.
The foundation, established in
June, 1952, receives all its funds
directly from the company. At the
end of the fiscal year, April 25th,
an allocation of $329,000 was made.
This was in addition to an initial
contribution of $300,000 when the
foundation was established.
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expansion program in observance of the 60th anniversary of
the Wilno Kosher Sausage Company.
no Kosher Sausage products to the nation, in observance of the
Jewish families in every part of I firm's 80th anniversary.
Sf AT KtStRVATIONS NOW REIN6 TAKEN FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center
SO N.W. Sltt PLACE, MIAMI
Call Evenings:
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General Chef provides cooking, refrigeration
end storage drawer in less than five square feet. Has
three 1000 watt burners for#220 volt installation and
large work area (110 volt model also available
operates from any light socket.) The refrigerator has a
Tecumseh unit with seven temperature settings. Now
with horizontal type freezer. Accommodates nine ice
cube trays. Ample inner door shelf. Drip tray for easy
cleaning.
Some Low Boy Refrigerators
1952 Models
$145.00
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)AY. AUGUST 14, 1953
+Jmtlsknt*irf*%ri
PAGE 15
LEGAL NOTICE
M.TICJ5 IS HEBBBY GIVEN that
ik' umierslifued, d,,8lrln*.to *
luslnraH under the fictitious name of
KF "I'll CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, at
Tilt Street, Miami Reach, In-
nds to register aald name with the
heik of the Circuit Court of Dade
fiuntv. Florida.
WILBUR M. WI8HNBR
BinVARD S. WKNICK
Dtorncy for Wilbur M. Wiahner
_ 8/7-14-21
NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
I,,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
easiness under the fictitious name of
PARK JUICE BAR A SANDWICH
kind', at 311 NK 1st Street, Miami,
nt. ml i" register Maid name with the
r of the Circuit Court of Dade
ioiinty, Florida.
FRED TOTILLO
MILDRED V. TARSITANA
Sola Ownera
iKSSLER GARS
[itmn.-ys for Appllcanta
S W. 22nd Av.
^24-31 h- */1-l*
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
}R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
.ANOErTY. No. T~
IE DUNN. Plaintiff,
MES ROBERT DUNN and
tmoTHY DUNN, bis wife, and
tllARA ANN ilARDMAN.
rnierly known as BARBARA ANN
INN and GILBERT HARDMAN,
kr huabund, Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
i JAMES ROBERT DUNN, If liv-
ing, and DOROTHY DUNN, his
uife. If living, whose residences
art 71 Oak Street, Trenton. N. J.;
i.ll.KKHT HARDMAN, address
unknown: ALL UNKNOWN
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi-
tors or other parties claiming by,
through, under or against JAMES
i:i)BKRT Dl'NN, not known to
I., dead or alive, and DOROTHY
ln'NN, his wife, not known to
be dead or ullve: AND AL80 as
i mc h of the above named de-
nd.mt individuals. If they be
deceased, then all unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors or
ther |artlcs claiming by,
ihvough. under or against such
defendants; AND ALSO all other
;md unknown persons having or
i ',ilmlng to have any right, title
or Interest In the property which
i- the subject matter of this suit,
salt] property lying and being In
Ride County. Horida. and more
c.irlic ulnrlv described as follows:
The Bstt forty-five feet (45")
..f Ixit eleven (11). Block one (1)
of MrFAKLANB HOMESTEAD,
nccordmg to the I Mat thereof re-
corded li Plal Bk 5, at Page
K. of the l\ i Records of Dade
County, Florlds
r<" ASM j:ai h OF, YOU are
Pl,v notified th.t a SXilt has been
V In th,. shove named Court, by
Plaintiff above named, for the
[i'..... of quieting title of the plaln-
I in and to the property Involved
rcinabove li. si i ibed.
f"l ARK HEREBY ORDERED
In REQUIRED to fib your appoar-
in saiil suit on or before the 24th
of August, 1953, and In default of
th Appearance, a Decree Pro Con-
will be entered against you and
th of you.
l>< i.VE AND ORDERED at the Court
ii'e In Dade County, Florida, this
Hi day of July, 1S.
E. II. I.e.ATHEHMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M. R. MURRAY
|\ BMW Deputy Clerk
f y for Plaintiff
- vh.dd Building. Miami, Florida
Ml 8/7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICB TO CMBHUHt
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
1N.^ND FOH OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PBOBATE. No. SfJKO-B
la Re: ESTATE OK ^^
BENJAMIN FELLMAN, Deceased
To All < redltors ami All Persons Hav-
Ua% EMat'e: r ^n<* A'n"
T1ou- re hereby
notified and required to present any
calms anTI demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication nereof. 8ald 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 August 7th,.AD, 19.-.3.
GUH8IE FBLLMAN,
.,__ Hurvtvlna Spouse
MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Surviving Spouse
S/14-21-2S /4 -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN. THI COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
"r^efiX? r" OAS COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30SN-B
In R: ESTATE OF ^^
ERjCK ALEXANDER, Deceased
To AH Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Cla I ma or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have agsinst the
estate of BRICK ALEXANDER, de-
ceased late of Bade -County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and tile tho same In
their offices hi the Countv Courthouse
In Oade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from th* date of
the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain trie legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred.
Date August 4, A.D. 193S.
CATHERINE ALEXANDER
As Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
ER1CK ALEXANDER,
I leceaseU.
PALIX1T. SILVER A MULLOV
7nl Congress Building, Miami, Ha.
Attorneys for Executrix
8/7-14-21 -i-s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fOTICE 18 HEREBY OI VEIN that
Igned, desiring to engage in
'" -s under the fictitious name of
LOVE A ITS., at 60O-lO-62fl
III St., Miami BeSCh, Fla., Intend
'ulster said name with the Clerk
Jbel ircult Court of Dade County,
NATHAN IKiBKRMAN
_"MH BOBBRMAM, his wife
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30111.A
In Re: ESTATE Of
IRENE ADLER. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against BAM
Estate:
Tu, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims mid demands which you, or
either of you, may have against! th.-
estate of IRENE AHI.EB-" 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 tbe
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legnl ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date July A.D. 1*53.
RUDOLPH R. ADLER,
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
IRENE ADI.ER, Deceased.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for executor
T/JI 8/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
'Nr,r^NJV JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
,. No- 27803-B
ESTATE OF
aTirPKJ1 -"''""'-SON'. Deceased
fTiCEOF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
.,_. DISCHARGE
. V" .hereby given that I have
i.v final report and petition for
>lscharge as Administratrix of
Mutate of ALFRED H. NICHOL-
*. deceased; and that on th 24th
"'August, 1953, I will apply to
li v""".bI County Judet.B of I)ade
'">, Horida, for approval of said
h imIE". aMd ,or ,ilM discharge as
m. lI,.uNLC"OLBOM' **sed.
M J,./!a.y "f Ju,J'' >"
1 !(* ml-Vw'.'E8 M NICHOLSON
Dr,-; ".''MAN KAPLAN
oneys for Administratrix
1-31 g/7-14
mr?,'^UIT COURT OF THE
narPJ0^1" CIRCUIT, IN ANO
NrtDlCOUNTY' FLORIDA. IN
IPB Bw. No' 1613t"
IBB P. YOPP. PUIntlff,
f'v I IlENDKUSON YOPP.
Mn*,.. l*ef*'ii(lant.
l?-7-$E. BY PUBLICATION
',- J HENDERSON TOPP
South h\nt Street
L,J* "njlngton. North Carolina
F REQI ikki, w.,.v
;!"; o.JKlnal thereof In the office
' jrk of the above-styled Court
r hefore the 22nd day of August.
[w111 Z ,'"u lhe *"Hons of aid
kiTFi) ,Mk,;n.af ">nfessl by you.
I--D this 22nd day of July. ftM.
B. LEATHKRMAN,
Il.T^^.,,, ,h Circuit Court
By: M. R MURRAY
ri tn-H t*mtv Ctork
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CWCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0603
NINA LOCHETTI. Plaintiff
vs.
ARMOl'R 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.;
ARMOUR AND COMPANY OF
DEI-AWARE, a corporation,
Union Stock Yards
Chicago 9. Illinois
O. P. GAINOU8 and
LEVY OAINOUS. his wife.
Residence unknown;
LILLY CANN, and If married,
----------, her unknown spouse.
Residence unknown;
R. A. MALONE. and if married,
- .....# bis nnknown spouse.
Residence unknown:
Alt UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees,
legatees, grantees, trustees, ad-
ministrators, creditors, or other
parties clslmlng by, through, un-
der or against the estate of A. S.
DELINSKI, deceased: and
If living and if dead, all unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, trus-
tees, assignees, llsaors, success-
ors in Interest, creditors or other
claimants, claiming by, through,
under or against any of the above
n.fined 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 lien upon the fol-
lowing described proflerty, towlt:
Lots 22, 23 and the West 5 feet
of I^it 24. In llk"'k Eleven of
WEST LAWN, according to the
Pint thereof recorded In Ptol
Book 9. at Page S. of the Pub-
lic Records of Dade County.
Florida.
You and each of you are notified
that a suit has been filed against you
by NINA LOCHETTI to quiet lhe
title to the above described property.
and you are required to serve a copy
answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint on plaintiff's attoi i
M. FABER, 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 IV, 1(32, otherwise the com-
plaint will be taken aa confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of July. 1S3.
B- B. LEATHKRMAN,
riOTICB UNDER KlCTtTfOUS
NAME LAW
.J^1iCIL'8 HEBEHT GIVEN that
tnv undersigned, desiring to engage In
SJSW ?'"'" lne "cations name of
l'v. ,,.'. K(,S|,ER MEAT MARKETS,
... "lK.?1' iM* H.W. th Street,
Miami. Horida. Intend to register said
ronr't "r'Vl 'he Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
HERMAN DALE
MAX Rl'BIN
WILLIAM MALTER
I.ERNARD fSPSSP
Attorney for partnership
S/14-21-28 9/4
17rTHE..IR.CU,T COURT OF THE
"^iV.0'01*1- CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, IN
.__ CHANCERY. No. 1t1MS
JESSIE WILLIAMS and
MILDRED WILLIAMS, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
PERR1NE GRANT LAND COMPANY
'.l??'."^ '"Poralion. arKi HENRY '
WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS,
his wife. If any. Defendants.
,, ...NOT,CE TO DEFEND
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: HENRY WILLIAMS, and
WILLIAMS, his wife, If living,
and whose addresses are un-
known:
all unknown heirs, de-
visees, grantees, creditors or oth-
er parties claiming by, through,
under or against HENRY WIL-
LIAMS amf ...... WILLIAMS,
his wife, if any. not known to be
dead or alive.-
AND ALMO. as to each of the
above named defendant individ-
uals, if they be deceased, then
all unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
tees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against such defendants.
AND ALSO ail other and un-
known isersons having or claim-
rig to have any right, title or
interest in the property which
Is the subject matter of this
suit, said property lying and be-
ing in Dade County, Florida, and
more particularly described as
follows:
Lot 10 In Block 3 of SOUTH
PKRRINE SIKDIVISION. ac-
cording to the Plat thereof re-
corded In Plat Book 3. at Page
6, of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are herein
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,
m and to the property involved here-
Inabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND
REQI'IRED to file your answer in
said suit on or before the 9th day of
September. i;i ::;, and in default of
such answer, a Decree Pro Confesso
Will be entered against you and each
ot you.
Dated August .".. MtS,
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of circuit Court
By: M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
%Xi Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
/7-14-2I-28
LEGAL NOTICE
frOTICB UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMe LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to wiigsge in
business under the fictitious name of
PIOWATY BR()8., at 1210 N.W. 21st
Terrace, Miami.' Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Horida.
ERNEST J. PIOWATY
PALLOT, SILVER MULLOY
Attorne>s for Plowatv Bros.
8/14-21-2X 9/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
___ NAME- LAW
NOTJCB IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
rwiN-FALMS AFTM., at Ulu lth
Street, Miami Baack, Florida, Intend
to register aofar name with th* Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Horida. .
HKKMANN LUBLINKKI
william rsss^^mM'Ki
Attorney for'Hermann and
Martha LoWlnskl
8/14-21-28 9/4
NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS
MA MB fAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
" ****"dr"lr,oL*'*rlns toeiig;,. lit
ouataess under the ftotssious -name of
B4UT-.YILLA. S s- -Lenox Avenue,
MiaamV Beach, Intern* to register hild
namo with the Clerk Of the Circuit
4>tirt of Dade Countjy fftorida.
JACOB STr.VKBMAN
ARTHUR h'AVIN
*/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIOaj IB HEREBY OIVEN Ukat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
u"{;lK?trU,!'le,.ihe "'-"llous name of
West Hagler Street, intend to register
said name with the- Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dado Viunty, Florida
ORIN *. BACON
___VERNETTE 8. BACON
KESSLER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 8.W. 12nd Avenue
8/14-21-28 9/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL KOSHER FOOD MAR-
KET, at 1325 Washington Ave.. Miami
Heach, Iia., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the (nun
C ourt of Dade County. Horida.
v. .,^A1,K..,'."-MHKANT/- *>' owner
MALVIN ENOLANDER
Attorney for Owner
311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
1/14-21-JJ 9/4
LEGAL NOTICE
i IJCSsm "dink i, XlakfAJUr 'cTiT-
nectetf with the Three Captains Fish-
eries. ,
BERNARD TRACHTENBERC.
owner
8/7.M-11-28
NOTICE UNDER' FICTITIOUS
' NAMav LAW
WOTICE IS HKRBIir OIVEN Uiat
the undersigne*. dostrrnsj to ehga.ee in
business ander Ike flatttJous name or
NORMAN HA BEL MORTC.AOK ('f)M-
FANY. No* Inc.. at r.BteA1llster At-
icade, intend* to restate* said tame
IOi the Clark oi the. Clrcolt Court of
Dade Oowatr, Florida.
NORMAN BABEL, Sole o ucr
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE) UNDER-FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE- IS HEREBY OTVEN Uut
RICHARDH ASSOCIATES, at I53 ** undersigned, deJrtrlog to engage in
business ander too fictitious name- of
THRKE. CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at
1761 s.W. lib St.. Miami, Intend.-, to
register saM same with the-Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
BERNARD TRACHTENBERO
g/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ousiness under the fictitious name of
8th AVENUE SUNDRY, at 400 S.W.
8th Avenue, Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM HSl'HER
KVEI.YNE GRACE WELTON
KESSLKR A OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 S.W. 22nd Ave
S/14-21-2* : I
C4ork of Circuit Court
W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
7/14-11 s/7-lT
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30718-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
HENRY J. MELLOT, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HENRY J. MELLOY. de-
ceased late of Queens County, New
York, to the Hon. Xf. F. BLANTON
and I-hank howling, County
JuiIkc- of Dade County, and file the
same In their office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
ItIiiii eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
nl claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as a fore-
id, or same trill be barred. See
Section 120 of lhe 41933 Probate Act.
Date July 20, A.D. 1953.
HENRY J. MELLOY. JR.
As Ancillary Administrator
of the Estate of
HENRY J. MELLOY,
Deceased.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
7/24-31 8/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30395 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLOTTE F. HoLMKS.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person.- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Est.itc
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required t< present anv
claims and demands which you, n
either of you, may have agalni-t the
estate ,,f CHARLOTTE V HOLME*,
sd late of Fail rici.i County,
Slate ..f Connecticut, to the lion
FRANK II iMiWUNO, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office in the. County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida. Within eight
calendar months from the (late 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 August AD. 1953.
WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER
As Ancillary Administrator
c T.A. of the Estate of
CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES,
I >eceased.
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for the Ancillary Estate
VM-21-2N 9/4
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
No. 2S22S
RE: ESTATE OF
HERMAN B. GROSSMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report ani petitio'i for
Final Discharge as EXECCTOK of
the estate of HERMAN R. GROSS-
MAN, deceased; and that on the 1st.
il.iy of September. 1953, I will apply
to the Honorable PRANK B. HOWL-
ING, County Judge of Hade County.
Florida, for approval of said fln.i! re
port and for final discharge as EX-
ECUTOR of the Will of HERMAN
GROSSMAN, deceased.
This 1Mb day of July, 19,",3.
/s/ GEORGE GROSSMAN
Mentor of the Estate of
Herman B Grossman, d-
MYERS, HEIMAN A. KAPLAN
SS4) seybold Bldg Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Estate
1/7-14-21-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VAL-U DEPTT STORE, at 2441 S.W.
67th Ave.. Miami, Fla., intend to reg-
ister said name with tbe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
R08E WYNN
mart osorr
KESSI.ER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 s.W 22nd Avenue
7/24-11 S T.ll
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 to register
Id name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
RENATo LEVI
UBERTO ORVIETO
MTERB. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
M Seybold Building
T/M-II 1/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161636
MURIEL GLASER, Plaintiff
vs.
ROBERT GLASER. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT GLASER
;-':.'i Kiweii Crescent, Rego Park
I.mi- Island. New York.
Vr ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve oopy ol jour answer to the
bill of complaint for divorce filed here-
in on plaintiff's attorney, RICHARO
KRIEGER FINK. II. i Build-
ing. Miami. 1-iorida. and to file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the above Court on or before the 8th
day of September, 1933. 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. ORE IN
Deputy Clerk
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT
IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30713
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEF WEINSTOCK, Decease.'
To All Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agaliu*
-Raid Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may *av again-, the
estate of JOSEF WEINSTOCK. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
I lade Countv. and file the same in
their office* In the County Caurthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald calms
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be swoi
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date August 3rd. A.D. lr.3.
FANNY WEINSTOCK,
also known as
FRANCES WEINSTOCK.
As Administratrix C.T.A
of the Estate of
JOSEPH WEINSTOCK.
MY Kits. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
1/7-14-11-28
NOTICE UNDER PICTITIOUS
> NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
H.EETWOOD HOMES. at Dade
i( ilNTY. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SAM. GREENBKRG
MAE QRKENBBRG
LESTER II GREENBKRG
SHEINER A SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
8/7-14-21 U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTK'K 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersignetl, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious ng
WAIKIKI MOTEL, SI 1M01 Collins
Avenue, Oade c.unity. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida
DANIEL LIFTER
BENNET M. LIFTER
Attorney for Applicant
Road, Miami Heach
- T-ll .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
I. i-iness under the fictitious name or
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES, at
MM Harding Avenue. Surfslde. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
CARL WRINKLE
AARON WE1NKLE
LEO A CHA1KIN
as co-partnera doinc
business under the funs
name of "Welnklci
Liquor Stores"
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/24-31 8/7-14
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)AY. AUGUST 14, 1953 +Jmtlsknt*irf*% r i PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICE M.TICJ5 IS HEBBBY GIVEN that ik' umierslifued, d,,8 lr ln *. to %  %  *• •* luslnraH under the fictitious name of KF "I'll CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, at Tilt Street, Miami Reach, Innds to register aald name with the heik of the Circuit Court of Dade fiuntv. Florida. • WILBUR M. WI8HNBR BinVARD S. WKNICK Dtorncy for Wilbur M. Wiahner 8/7-14-21 NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that I,,. undersigned, desiring to engage In easiness under the fictitious name of PARK JUICE BAR A SANDWICH kind', at 311 NK 1st Street, Miami, nt. ml i" register Maid name with the r of the Circuit Court of Dade ioiinty, Florida. FRED TOTILLO MILDRED V. TARSITANA Sola Ownera iKSSLER GARS [itmn.-ys for Appllcanta S W. 22nd Av. ^24-31 h*/1-l* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO }R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN .ANOErTY. No. T~ IE DUNN. Plaintiff, MES ROBERT DUNN and tmoTHY DUNN, bis wife, and tllARA ANN ilARDMAN. rnierly known as BARBARA ANN INN and GILBERT HARDMAN, kr huabund, Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA i JAMES ROBERT DUNN, If living, and DOROTHY DUNN, his uife. If living, whose residences art 71 Oak Street, Trenton. N. J.; i.ll.KKHT HARDMAN, address unknown: ALL UNKNOWN heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against JAMES i:i)BKRT Dl'NN, not known to I., dead or alive, and DOROTHY ln'NN, his wife, not known to be dead or ullve: AND AL80 as i MC h of the above named de•• nd.mt individuals. If they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or ther |artlcs claiming by, ihvough. under or against such defendants; AND ALSO all other ;md unknown persons having or i ',ilmlng to have any right, title or Interest In the property which ithe subject matter of this suit, salt] property lying and being In Ride County. Horida. and more c.irlic ulnrlv described as follows: The Bstt forty-five feet (45") ..f Ixit eleven (11). Block one (1) of MrFAKLANB HOMESTEAD, nccordmg to the I Mat thereof recorded li Plal Bk 5, at Page K. of the l\ i Records of Dade County, Florlds r<" ASM J:AI H OF, YOU are P l,v notified th.t a SXilt has been V In th,. shove named Court, by Plaintiff above named, for the [i' of quieting title of the plalnI in and to the property Involved rcinabove li. si i ibed. f"l ARK HEREBY ORDERED In REQUIRED to fib your appoar%  in saiil suit on or before the 24th of August, 1953, and In default of th Appearance, a Decree Pro Conwill be entered against you and th of you. l>< i.VE AND ORDERED at the Court ii'e In Dade County, Florida, this Hi day of July, 1S. E. II. I.e.ATHEHMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By M. R. MURRAY |\ BMW Deputy Clerk f %  y for Plaintiff vh.dd Building. Miami, Florida Ml — 8/7-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICB TO CMBHU Ht N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT 1 N .^ ND FOH OA OE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PBOBATE. No. SfJKO-B la Re: ESTATE OK ^^ BENJAMIN FELLMAN, Deceased To All < redltors ami All Persons HavUa% EMat'e: r ^ !" n <* A n „„T 1 < Jt ,, J and ^ ,,acn of > ou re hereby notified and required to present any calms anTI demands which you, or either of you, may have against the their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication nereof. 8ald 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 August 7th,.AD, 19.-.3. GUH8IE FBLLMAN, .,„__ Hurvtvlna Spouse MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Surviving Spouse S/14-21-2S — /4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN. THI COUNTY JUDGES' COURT "r^efiX? r OA S COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30SN-B In R: ESTATE OF ^^ ERjCK ALEXANDER, Deceased To AH Creditors and All Parsons Having Cla I ma or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have agsinst the estate of BRICK ALEXANDER, deceased late of Bade -County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and tile tho same In their offices hi the Countv Courthouse In Oade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from th* date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain trie legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August 4, A.D. 193S. CATHERINE ALEXANDER As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ER1CK ALEXANDER, I leceaseU. PALIX1T. SILVER A MULLOV 7nl Congress Building, Miami, Ha. Attorneys for Executrix 8/7-14-21 -i-s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fOTICE 18 HEREBY OI VEIN that Igned, desiring to engage in '" %  • -s under the fictitious name of LOVE A ITS., at 60O-lO-62fl III St., Miami BeSCh, Fla., Intend '•ulster said name with the Clerk Jbel ircult Court of Dade County, NATHAN IKiBKRMAN _"MH BOBBRMAM, his wife NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30111.A In Re: ESTATE Of IRENE ADLER. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against BAM Estate: Tu, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims mid demands which you, or either of you, may have against! th.estate of IRENE AHI.EB-" 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 tbe first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legnl address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date July A.D. 1*53. RUDOLPH R. ADLER, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of IRENE ADI.ER, Deceased. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for executor T/JI — 8/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE N r,r^ N J V JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,. !" No 27803-B ESTATE OF aTirPKJ 1 -"''""'-SON'. Deceased f T i C EOF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL .,_.„„ DISCHARGE V" .hereby given that I have i.v final report and petition for >lscharge as Administratrix of Mutate of ALFRED H. NICHOL*. deceased; and that on th 24th "'August, 1953, I will apply to li v""". b I County Judet B of I)ade '">, Horida, for approval of said h IMIE". aMd ,or ,ilM discharge as M. lI .u N L C OLBOM ** !" sed. M J,./! a y f Ju,J '' >" %  1 ••!(* ML-VW'.'E 8 M NICHOLSON Dr,-; ".'•'MAN KAPLAN oneys f or Administratrix 1-31 — g/7-14 mr?,'^ UIT COURT OF THE narPJ 0 ^ 1 CIR CUIT, IN ANO Nr tD l COUNTY FLORIDA. IN IPB Bw. No 1613t IBB P. YOPP. PUIntlff, f' v I IlENDKUSON YOPP. Mn*,.. l*ef*'ii(lant. %  l ? -7-$ E BY PUBLICATION %  ',J HENDERSON TOPP South h\„nt Street L,J* "njlngton. North Carolina F REQI IKKI, „, w .,. v ; "; o.JKlnal thereof In the office jrk of the above-styled Court r hefore the 22nd day of August. [w111 Z ,'"u lhe •*"Hons of aid kiTFi) ,M k, ; n a f ">nfessl by you. I--D this 2 2 nd day of July. ftM. %  B. LEATHKRMAN, Il.T ^ ^. ,,, ,h Circuit Court By: M. R MURRAY ri tn-H t*mtv Ctork IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CWCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*0603 NINA LOCHETTI. Plaintiff vs. ARMOl'R 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.; ARMOUR AND COMPANY OF DEI-AWARE, a corporation, Union Stock Yards Chicago 9. Illinois O. P. GAINOU8 and LEVY OAINOUS. his wife. Residence unknown; LILLY CANN, and If married, her unknown spouse. Residence unknown; R. A. MALONE. and if married, —— # bis nnknown spouse. Residence unknown: Alt UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, legatees, grantees, trustees, administrators, creditors, or other parties clslmlng by, through, under or against the estate of A. S. DELINSKI, deceased: and If living and if dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, trus%  tees, assignees, llsaors, successors in Interest, creditors or other claimants, claiming by, through, under or against any of the above n. fined 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 lien upon the following described proflerty, towlt: Lots 22, 23 and the West 5 feet of I^it 24. In llk"'k Eleven of WEST LAWN, according to the Pint thereof recorded In Ptol Book 9. at Page S. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. You and each of you are notified that a suit has been filed against you by NINA LOCHETTI to quiet lhe title to the above described property. and you are required to serve a copy answer to the BUI of Complaint on plaintiff's attoi i M. FABER, 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 IV, 1(32, otherwise the complaint will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of July. 1S3. BB. LEATHKRMAN, riOTICB UNDER KlCTtTfOUS NAME LAW .J^1i CI L' 8 HEB EHT GIVEN that tnv undersigned, desiring to engage In SJSW ?'"'" lne "cations name of l'v. ,•,.'.• K(,S|, ER MEAT MARKETS, ... l K .? 1 iM H.W. th Street, Miami. Horida. Intend to register said ronr't "r'Vl 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HERMAN DALE MAX Rl'BIN WILLIAM MALTER I.ERNARD fSPSSP Attorney for partnership S/14-21-28 — 9/4 17r THE ..£ IR CU,T COURT OF THE "^iV. 0 01 1 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN .__ CHANCERY. No. 1t1MS JESSIE WILLIAMS and MILDRED WILLIAMS, his wife. Plaintiffs, PERR1NE GRANT LAND COMPANY '. %  l??'."^ • %  '" %  Poralion. arK i HENRY WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS, his wife. If any. Defendants. ,, ... NOT,CE TO DEFEND IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: HENRY WILLIAMS, and WILLIAMS, his wife, If living, and whose addresses are un• known: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against HENRY WILLIAMS amf WILLIAMS, his wife, if any. not known to be dead or alive.AND ALMO. 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 ail other and unknown isersons having or claimrig to have any right, title or interest in the property which Is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being in Dade County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lot 10 In Block 3 of SOUTH PKRRINE SIKDIVISION. according to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3. at Page 6, of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are herein 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, m and to the property involved hereInabove described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQI'IRED to file your answer in said suit on or before the 9th day of September. i;i : %  :;, and in default of such answer, a Decree Pro Confesso Will be entered against you and each ot you. Dated August .".. MtS, E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of circuit Court By: M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff %Xi Seybold Building Miami. Florida •/7-14-2I-28 LEGAL NOTICE frOTICB UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMe LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to wiigsge in business under the fictitious name of PIOWATY BR()8., at 1210 N.W. 21st Terrace, Miami.' Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. ERNEST J. PIOWATY PALLOT, SILVER MULLOY Attorne>s for Plowatv Bros. 8/14-21-2X — 9/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS • NAMELAW NOTJCB IB HEREBY GIVEN that the under si gned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of rwiN-FALMS AFTM., at Ulu lth Street, Miami Baack, Florida, Intend to register aofar name with th* Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. HKKMANN LUBLINKKI WILLIAM rsss^^ mM Ki Attorney for'Hermann and Martha LoWlnskl 8/14-21-28 — 9/4 NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS MA MB fAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that ****" d r "l r, oL*'*rlns toeiig;,. lit ouataess under the ftotssious -name of %  B4UT-.YILLA. S s-Lenox Avenue, MiaamV Beach, Intern* to register hild namo with the Clerk Of the Circuit 4>tirt of Dade Countjy fftorida. JACOB STr.VKBMAN ARTHUR h'AVIN */7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOaj IB HEREBY OIVEN Ukat the undersigned, desiring to engage In u"{;lK?tr U, !' le, .i he "'-"llous name of West Hagler Street, intend to register said name with theClerk of the Circuit Court of Dado Viunty, Florida ORIN *. BACON „„„„„ V ERNETTE 8. BACON KESSLER A OARS Attorneys for Applicants 4 8.W. 12nd Avenue 8/14-21-28 — 9/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL KOSHER FOOD MARKET, at 1325 Washington Ave.. Miami Heach, Iia., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the (nun C ourt of Dade County. Horida. v. .,^ A 1, K .. '."MHKANT/ *>' %  owner MALVIN ENOLANDER Attorney for Owner 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 1/14-21-JJ — 9/4 LEGAL NOTICE i IJCSSM £_ "DINK i, XlakfAJUr 'cTiTnectetf with the Three Captains Fisheries. BERNARD TRACHTENBERC. owner 8/7.M-11-28 NOTICE UNDER' FICTITIOUS NAMav LAW WOTICE IS HKRBIir OIVEN Uiat the undersigne*. dostrrnsj to ehga.ee in bu si n es s ander Ike flatttJous name or NORMAN HA BEL MORTC.AOK ('f)MFANY. No* Inc.. at r.BteA1llster Aticade, intend* to restate* said tame IOi the Clark oi the. Clrcolt Court of Dade Oowatr, Florida. NORMAN BABEL, Sole o ucr 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICE) UNDER-FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICEIS HEREBY OTVEN Uut RICHARDH ASSOCIATES, at I53 ** undersigned, deJrtrlog to engage in business ander too fictitious nameof THRKE. CAPTAINS FISHERIES, at 1761 s.W. lib St.. Miami, Intend.-, to register saM same with the-Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. BERNARD TRACHTENBERO g/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ousiness under the fictitious name of 8th AVENUE SUNDRY, at 400 S.W. 8th Avenue, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM HSl'HER KVEI.YNE GRACE WELTON KESSLKR A OARS Attorneys for Applicants 4 S.W. 22nd Ave S/14-21-2* — : %  I C4ork of Circuit Court W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk 7/14-11 s/7-lT IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30718-B In Re: ESTATE OF HENRY J. MELLOT, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of HENRY J. MELLOY. deceased late of Queens County, New York, to the Hon. Xf. F. BLANTON and IH ANK HOWLING, County JUIIKCof Dade County, and file the same In their office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, It IIIII eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. nl claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as a foreid, or same trill be barred. See Section 120 of lhe 41933 Probate Act. Date July 20, A.D. 1953. HENRY J. MELLOY. JR. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of HENRY J. MELLOY, Deceased. GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Ancillary Administrator 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30395 B In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE F. HoLMKS. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person.Having Claims or Demands Against Said Est.itc You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required t< present anv claims and demands which you, n either of you, may have agalni-t the estate ,,f CHARLOTTE V HOLME*, sd late of Fail rici.i County, Slate ..f Connecticut, to the lion FRANK II iMiWUNO, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the. County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. Within eight calendar months from the (late 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 August AD. 1953. WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER As Ancillary Administrator c T.A. of the Estate of CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES, I >eceased. RICHARD KRIEGER FINK Attorney for the Ancillary Estate VM-21-2N — 9/4 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA No. 2S22S RE: ESTATE OF HERMAN B. GROSSMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report ani petitio'i for Final Discharge as EXECCTOK of the estate of HERMAN R. GROSSMAN, deceased; and that on the 1st. il.iy of September. 1953, I will apply to the Honorable PRANK B. HOWLING, County Judge of Hade County. Florida, for approval of said fln.i! re • port and for final discharge as EXECUTOR of the Will of HERMAN GROSSMAN, deceased. This 1MB day of July, 19,",3. /s/ GEORGE GROSSMAN %  Mentor of the Estate of Herman B Grossman, dMYERS, HEIMAN A. KAPLAN SS4) seybold Bldg Miami. Fla. Attorneys for Estate 1/7-14-21-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VAL-U DEPTT STORE, at 2441 S.W. 67th Ave.. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County. Florida. R08E WYNN MART osorr KESSI.ER & GARS Attorneys for Applicants 4 s.W 22nd Avenue 7/24-11 — S T.ll 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 to register Id name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RENATo LEVI UBERTO ORVIETO MTERB. HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants M Seybold Building T/M-II — 1/7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161636 MURIEL GLASER, Plaintiff vs. ROBERT GLASER. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT GLASER •;-':.'i Kiweii Crescent, Rego Park I.miIsland. New York. Vr ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve %  oopy ol jour answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed herein on plaintiff's attorney, RICHARO KRIEGER FINK. II. i Building. Miami. 1-iorida. and to file the original in the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 8th day of September, 1933. 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. ORE IN Deputy Clerk 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30713 In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEF WEINSTOCK, Decease.' To All Creditors and Ail Persons Having Claims or Demands Agaliu* -Raid Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may *av again-, the estate of JOSEF WEINSTOCK. deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the Honorable County Judges of I lade Countv. and file the same in their office* In the County Caurthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald calms or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be swoi • to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August 3rd. A.D. lr.3. FANNY WEINSTOCK, also known as FRANCES WEINSTOCK. As Administratrix C.T.A of the Estate of JOSEPH WEINSTOCK. MY Kits. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix 1/7-14-11-28 NOTICE UNDER PICTITIOUS > NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of H.EETWOOD HOMES. at Dade i( ilNTY. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAM. GREENBKRG MAE QRKENBBRG LESTER II GREENBKRG SHEINER A SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants 8/7-14-21 U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK'K 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersignetl, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious ng WAIKIKI MOTEL, SI 1M01 Collins Avenue, Oade c.unity. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida DANIEL LIFTER BENNET M. LIFTER Attorney for Applicant Road, Miami Heach T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m I. i-iness under the fictitious name or WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES, at MM Harding Avenue. Surfslde. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. CARL WRINKLE AARON WE1NKLE LEO A CHA1KIN as co-partnera doinc business under the funs name of "Welnklci Liquor Stores" MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/24-31 — 8/7-14 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! TB. r-wlh FloridlaB to Belts TOUT laxjol nottcfa. W* appreciate y e %  I patronage and cjuaxcaaIM accurate % %  rrlc* ol tecal rates. Phooa 1-1141 SEITLIN S COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 ^ N^j [3S>^ IB N.E. Mr4 T. MIAMI S. FLA.



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Mmistncri&a*_ FRIDAY AUGUST u FACE .: %  %  '•' %  >Cir=:**-5ci.-c:K Van Sierra 4tmiarn ai saaaet —inn. ** % %  _. < • iasf ai as • use. ~ jwvr S*K*i v .' > %  % %  • %  ••" v • --% %  • jameaav %  Jaa?. • %  V I I .-• -\i>. ** i < .una rm >ar weaaa tae neM ef %  iv .. ti J4i" i aaK aae.%  rtnalrca. %  "*• haSBBBfe aTf !• %  .wm I* asy/a* a* %  jiuiufci* ae ta* Vnrt aaaaai ma> N M v"a •• ^. "*Vr Eaawr %  tu fsaa %  a --* te "iwt I ateaan •-4 *aatt >n trtw a daf • • ^r 5-r. B"r* • m sr %  st the S~2XC Jewish Student Center at the University of Florida was Ac e*L=ned 750 Jewish students will benefit from the expan ded Hillel Fouade w-.3= the official dedication in September. The twoetory. red brick budding cer^~ -xrs^'ocsiec ccposue the northern edge iiiheUdF campus. Included in K-Je s schapel lounge, bhrary. krtchen. patk>. offices, uudi a ortuni and a social hal ^ocr>dat>cc was financed by the Fbrida Federation of aVnai trim — through d>( sea c£ ie=iers c=d abo from organisations a^ indirsrisjab from various suta Icier-dssocc of the Local Fnai Brith Hilbl Foundation chapter is Rcbbi Honda State Federatm ef B sat Brith Womea's Chapters Aen-Dttaaaafwe Leafs* tke baess. and its Bsat Bnta Vixraau aad Armed bece coaststrai F^resFre^tkeB^a. Brith Jj^-^ BnAnir ^ VancaaM: oeadaec* Serrate Mrs. Jack B Wie A* Bsai BWi Aai tv Israel PVethr Bvai Brim I One Afiaars Hat aaraa anas ef Baai Bma ijen aeea nat ee ta • all •eaetes. Tto sad •;; rt< tae a* a* >w r Geasjl*a* he Baas mm. far e*er a ceassar;. ADRIAN McCUNE Fknt Fsderi: BU <] *-rm Can Ktoctrte aaal COULTON BROS. GARAGE lots of licat ahead ••• Why net keep AIR CONDITIONING OOETCS K>Tr73 UC i ( | igss MBB NAT 3AXS t —



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LQ>AY. AUGUST U, 1953 +Je*l$hfk>rldHan PAGE 13 Doubts Mourn Senator Taffr ffiW YORK (JTA) — The Amer|n Zionist Council, representing the Zionist groups in the Unit| Slates, joined the American naL in mourning the death of SenD r Hubert A. Taft who was conlercd a great friend of the Zionmovement. A statement issued Louis Lipsny, chairman of the kncil. says: rSenator Taft was one of the •ly advocates of the restoration (Palestine as the Jewish National Ime. He believed that he was loy[to American ideals in favoring creation of an era of freedom the long-depressed Jewish peoi in the Promised Land. He nev[wavered from his faith in the Mice of that cause. fHe believed that international tenants -hould be kept and Ireforc voiced his protest against Palestine White Paper of 1939, litii he regarded as a breach of Mandate and of the Balfour fclaration. [Senator Taft was one of the 1st faithful leaders in American (itical life in support of the Jew1 cause after World War II, and atly aided in the creation of State of Israel and in support reafter of all American efforts lid Israel to absorb the tens of usands of refugees coming from [parts of the world and in conIdating the economy of the new lie." |abbi Abba Hillel Silver said in katement: "I shall forever be Iteful for the privilege of having Iwn him as a friend and for ling received from him the wis| of counsel and the greatest of in the work of establishing | State of Israel, a cause which ealed so greatly to his fine fee of historic justice." 1 hanniny To Air livUBHennv Jules R ('tunning, consulting structural engineer and chairman of the Engineering Division of the Dade County Civil Defense Council, will be guest speaker during the next meeting of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce on Monday evening, August 17th, at the Cromwell Hotel. The Engineering Division is now in the process of evaluating all building in Dade County for the purpose of determining the location of shelter areas. Channings talk will include the subject of shelter from atomic attack in existing buildings, a discussion of shelter facilities available in Dade County, and a movie will be shown of the most recent atomic tests, according to an announcement by George Jackman, program chairman of the Jaycees. North Shore Women's Party The North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weekly menorah card party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, August 19th, 12:30 p.m. Beach Chapter Card Party The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a menorah card party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, August 19th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Rhoda Sossin is chairman. Rimer Opens Office lr Harry B Kimer has opened (office for the practice of ifilal medicine. A graduate of br> University Medical School, Rimer served his "internship residency in New York City I at Jackson Memorial Hospital. is the -on of Mr. and Mrs. (jamin Rimer, 6320 Allison 1 Miami Beach. ton lain* HUf Wet Oilivvrs Indron's Loon Lake, located in Yklin County in the Adironks. New York State, will hold annual elections this year dur| the week of August 17th to ho resort city, which eneom% es an area of 3.500 acres, has pain hotel, n annexes and 50 lages as well as 30 additional [dings, including a moving pictheatre, landscaped park. fs of paved roads and concrete s expansive electric system ( a priate championship 18-hole course, flections will put into office a [or, commissioners and council nbers. Goldmann Denies Urging Aliyah Continued from Page 1 the Jews In tne Diaspora as no more than a source of permanent, material support for Israel," he declared. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, speaking ot the ctmtnbatfbn of Ameri can Jews to the upbuilding of the State of Israel, admitted that they have given the least of manpower but pointed out that the American community has been second only to the Jewish community in Israel as a factor of importance in the establishment of the Jewish State. He emphasized that the jjaleflsl and moral support of American Jews for Israel has been major and predicted that in the event of any crisis again affecting Israel they would prove that they were still "dominated by a deep and weatherproof love for Israel." The Marchioness of Reading, chairman of the British Section of the WJC, declared that "relations between Israel and the Jews throughout the world cannot be blueprinted." She insisted that events relating to Israel specifically and the world in general are still in the "womb of time, and cannot and should not attempt a premature birth." She also called upon Jews to work through the United Nations to carry on the fight against anti-Semitism and for human rights and stressed that Jewish problems were tied up with world problems. Wilno Kosher Meats Expand Enterprise Statistics show that the American people are the biggest consumers of delicatessen products in the world. The Wilno Kosher Sausage Company, now in its 60th year of operation, has added to the popularity of the hot dog, salami, bologna, corned beef and scores of other meat products. Recently, the Wilno Kosher products were chosen by Hollywood producers, according to reports here. Two movies used the Wilno products, the first starring Anne Baxter, Richard Conte and Ann Sothern and the second, starring William Holden. Maggie McNamara and David Niven. Two additional branches have %  been added in Los Angeles and j in Miami to meet the demand for the Wilno Kosher delicatessen products. In these factories, under modern, scientific conditions, US Government inspection and Rabbinical supervision, about 50 different meat items are being produced. Executives are planning an expansion program to bring the WilFood Fair Fund To Aid Students An educational fund to help employes of Food Fair Stores, Inc. further their schooling has been set up through the company's recently-established foundation. Announcement came from Board Chairman Samuel Friedland, president of the Food Fair Stores Foundation. The plan, effective in September, offers employes the opportunity of taking courses at qualified schools and colleges during off-duty hours to further themselves in their jobs The foundation pays all tuition costs up to $100 a year for each employe. AH full-time workers with three years of continuous service are eligible. Future plans of the foundation include the granting of scholarships to the children of company employes and to other qualified young people residing in communities where Food Fair markets are operated. It is expected that these programs will be ready in time for September, 1954, school terms. The foundation, established in June, 1952, receives all its funds directly from the company. At the end of the fiscal year, April 25th, an allocation of $329,000 was made. This was in addition to an initial contribution of $300,000 when the foundation was established. 3033 CMAl NAT MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 48-1771 •/ THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM oi "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 cm dial) With Verloes ftaturtt Prod.ced mi Mrocfed Ay i Vomedorf M14M fj (' < V |W. 2nd Ave. at S. W. 1st St A Downtewp Location, Pose to Everything! Nicely Jppo.nted Room*. Air-condi[nd Room$ are Optional. p Room, and Sample Room. COMQ DINING ROOM -i 0c TAIL LOUNGE %  %  %  %  Executives William Ladany (left) and Henry Davis plan an expansion program in observance of the 60th anniversary of the Wilno Kosher Sausage Company. no Kosher Sausage products to the nation, in observance of the Jewish families in every part of I firm's 80th anniversary. Sf AT KtStRVATIONS NOW REIN6 TAKEN FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center SO N.W. Sltt PLACE, MIAMI Call Evenings: HY C0VERMAN CHARLES ADELMAN •3-3049 83 1420 Mod.l ES 1004 SIMON StiOtH 393 S.W. 17th A*t. Riwa* 12-5410 GENERAL CHEF SAVES SPACE SAVES DOLLARS Now 36 Inches (table top height) General Chef provides cooking, refrigeration end storage drawer in less than five square feet. Has three 1000 watt burners for # 220 volt installation and large work area (110 volt model also available — operates from any light socket.) The refrigerator has a Tecumseh unit with seven temperature settings. Now with horizontal type freezer. Accommodates nine ice cube trays. Ample inner door shelf. Drip tray for easy cleaning. Some Low Boy Refrigerators 1952 Models $145.00 JACKSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE EST A BUSHED I94R IAR6IST ASSORTMENT Of All SIZtS ON THl BEACH 721 • St* ST. MIAMI REACH -PH. 584665 WE SERVICE WHAT WE SEll CASH OR TERMS SPECIAL PRICES TO BUILDERS A ART. OWNERS IN QUANTITIES



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' PAGE 2 +JmisMM(*n_ WJC Arcues Jewry's Role ^ Continued frai Pa#s I •"kind of historical necessity" :ewh <:•• %  =-.t+h Counts leaden — and even •mbers of our office staffs — in we have %  either happened since oar last plenary HI 14J I still coatend that have been better if we had invited delegations froaa Iron Curtain eaaagrOlyvi > fhi$> bl> PrwSevis* Pass ga l a Mosbe Erem. a pro-Soviet Maaddreasdirector of the Amenrti Icou-uT^f^ 0 -^ i5KJ:3f ASi--J— —• ** %  %  nil The answers we re-mg the plenary assembly qnertior. rted were cryptic and forasel and f^f the objectivity of Dr Goldmann % %  firit by unknown persons in He charged that Dr Goldmann that the Jew, m the East Enrooeai mMmtrim wbo requested omitted in his presidential address as a teaoerary dwelling place .,. twt i to join the World Jewish O -VntB there is tangible eTidenee i American Jews are history in the past 2.000 years has revealed the insecurity of Jewish residence. Rabbi Bencan continued, but they bold the view that history need cot repeat itself. Failure of Out belief, be said, would mean "disaster not only for the Jews in the lands outside Israel. but for Israel itseit whose future depends on the existence of freedom and peace in the world countries are free to establish a paji %  which they wished to. any re f erence to Fascist and antito their governments." Semitic organizations which, he WX fcaadhan Arrested claimed, are conducting their aeGoldmann reminded the tivities openly in the United States. that Jews from DOt,c particularly that the 4 World Jewish Congress remained and coantnes went 'A statement shar p ly —itif views allegedly e xp re sse d by Dr Goldmann to the effect that aH Jews owed loyalty to Israel and should imsiigrate to the Jewish • Siliei man British member of ParState was issued .a New York by hament. and Dr Goldmann Mr Jacob Warv3.it.r. ; T>. in te nt of the Sh er ma n aBeged that the absence ittee ik of iaBjitj fj •>-* to Ameriean Jewui Cons He said that te spi mgrstion to Israel as Jews throughout the worM tt subvert the basic conception crttzeesfcip and to a s s um e that Israel is the only place where Jews can live in security and dignity We reject this faise doctrine unqualifiedly and in so doic{ w are dent that we -peak in behalf -taalry every Amtrka a Jew." proa by some newspapers : that be had ever • of Israel I-raelis or conception He said that -able future, a large part of Jewry w:il remain in the .t is a fundamental In regard Israel as the only r of Jewish life and to conDiaspora Jewry a' p.o more than a source of permanent mateJpport for Israel He added that it was contrary to his whole pt that world Jewry -become an annex of the Zionist movement of Israel The question of whether Jewish communities in countries behind the Iron Curtain can participate in the World Jewish Congress was also argued in the general debate Dr David Petegorsky. executive positive Jewish life, to conduct -Jewish tdnctwail and religions life, and to contribute to the conDr sotodatx-o and strengthening of IsBritish delegate raeL their participation in the the Iron Curtain !" -., "qnife iianen h*e to i ttiSen World Jewish Congress must reback on all resolutions which they manifestations stemming out of the maoa a purely academic problem. had unanimously suspected during t Boscnb r rg case in the US," he Dr Petegorsky said the plenary session of the World Lows Segal, of New York. The ahseace of delegaiesfron, Jewish Congress "• l-!^ £ Z%^^Sn the Iron Curtain countries mvnked 1M8 "Nor did they even deign ^ ^ ^^ ^ GfMmaaa #4 a sharp exchange between Sidney, t 0 occupy the seats on the execn|BOt ladude the Slaasky trial in tivc of the WJC which they were 'Prague in his report?" he asked urged time and again to fill, he, the Israel Ml wing delegate Mr. • pointed out Segal pointed out that the Jews Mr SUverman later took the in the Communist countries are floor to withdraw his personal ref-,doubly afraid both as eitiaras of I ereoces to Dr. Goldmann "These." be admitted, "were coached in words which went beyond necesst ties of the case The only point I want to stress." he said. is that in spite of everything that has FRIDAY *" courses. cause they ^ mbfg^N anti-Senaitisn, whtcn jj %  Dr. Maurice Peru**. York similarlv criSg lj far •ttemptingT*^] %  o f ljc rg case as _,*•( *JC Plenary .\s.eaiblv£ l ed oat that the cat? *" matter of specific Jewafc anyacUcflontheparttljH Jewish Congxev* % %  *" %  the Jewish £i_"FlaaI bhjutiooT sheer nonsense %  fcT was due to the failure of the executive to invite the delegates Dr 'Goldmann the r e f ore gave a detail' ed attoant of numerous efforts to make contact with affiliated organ-' nations of the WJC in Poland Czechoslovakia Bulgaria. Hungary I and Rumania. The Jewhh groups in Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria formally withdrew from the WJC Dr Goldmann stated They wrote us that :id not want to have anything The central Jewish organization* affiliated with us in I Hangar* and Rumania. impi;. • %  • responded to the invitations we sent them through of channels. • ntin 1 .th the arrest of World Jew Mt9 lsra.1 Cartificatt, DAY WORKEBS SS i tt sad •art Ctkred Maids Part TiK t Full Tina w Privet* %  east* KtH Maids Porttn %  % %  fcwdwri ACE EMPLOYMENT •77 MM. 't Ay. an. • -sas? Nc C-j'3 le E*T-pioytr WANT TO SELL — APPIrOXMAATCLY 100 ADLER'S HIGH HOLIDAY PRAYER BOOO] Excellent Condition — Practically Maw — B *"-nikU WRITE P. O. BOX 662. NORTH MIAMI. FLA. \ COMPLETE PEST C0NTROI t'J yov pt*m'tn oi tre.Mwoit bn-Mxttooc*-*lAnil, ricoi. a4 Mofki. CALL pt taamal c. Coll 2-1776 35C Lincoln Road Mezzanint — Phono S-S419 Entrance on Washington AT*. 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>AY, AUGUST 14. 1953 Jen I si ncrkHan PAGE 5 irdan Hits At >|y Places Tiff Continued from Page 1 the United Nations to decide times by more than twomajorities that the whole kalem area be lifted from liral controversy and made inational." The Arab delegation .already thrice decided by the |,l organization; that this deJn covers not just the so-called of Jerusalem' but the entire of Jerusalem;' that it is not [i-tial internationalization of the Places, but a territorial inLtionalization whereby the De area is set aside as a corpus Tralum; and that to refer to (Israeli transfer of their ForMinistry to Jerusalem as just nportune at this time' is to In the fact of these solemn deins of the UN." he Arabs warned that "it would disastrous if, in place of proung to implement the decisions The United Nations, attempts lid be made to alter these de(ns themselves." he Arab envoys told Secretary \h that "the real choice before I world" is "between allowing to get away with its unilaterts. thus perpetrating a dangerIstate of tension, and establish |an international center where erstanding and concord have a ice to develop among all befrin God." Arab move came in for a Lnng blast from Israel sources. Jpokesman for the Israel Emhere, in a comment on the move, said that the public ird of the Arab States on the isalem issue was the best comJtary on the "unabashed cyniof the appeal of the Arab kassadors for internationalizaof the city. he Israel spokesman pointed | that the United Nations propi in 1947 for the statute of alem was "effectively killed Ihe bloody violence of Arab DM i ion." He recalled how Arab ession had damaged the city its Holy Places. Having preyed by force of arms the peaceinternationalization of Jem tin. the Arabs have since oped every plan put forward by er states to secure the legitile objective of the safeguarding Ihe Holy Places, the spokesman fJordan, the only Arab state actual interests and position Jerusalem," said the spokesman, publicly disassociated itself STUDY URGES'WHITlFICnTl By BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Telegraphic Agency JEWISH SECURITY: Perhaps the most interesting aspect of a recent study is the part which tries to establish to what extent Jews feel secure in this country. A high degree of security showed itself among those who lived in neighborhoods or went to schools where there were a large number of other Jews. Women were also very secure. The most insecure people came from areas or schools with few fellow-Jews. They had very high incomes, and tended to be men, rather than women. The highly identified Jews were not necessarily the most secure. In fact, a large proportion of the "most Jewish" subjects evidenced marked insecurity. Of course, the sample group on which this finding is based is small, and possibly unrepresentative. Nevertheless, the result of the study is interesting inasmuch as the trend among Jews now is towards breaking away from neighborhood ties and moving to other areas. Emphasis is, of course, laid on the fact that the only insecurity American Jewi face is an amorphous state of social insecurity. The American Jew enjoys equal protection under the law and the privileges and Immunities of other American citizens. He Is not exposed to external forces which demand that Jews band together or perish. He is not subject to concerted pressure from an openly hostile environment which denies him material benefits. On the contrary, he is a product of a society that ideologically encourages him to act as an individual, not as a member of a group. Nevertheless, he is denied by some elements the symbols of social status only because he is a member of the Jewish group. It is due to this attitude, that many Jews "return" to Judaism, the study establishes. They become "more Jewish" because they can find a status substitute in Jewish affiliation. Much of their identification with Judaism, the study finds, is noth ing but a compensation for statusdenial by the non-Jewish world. They find Judaism "second-best" and really want to break away but cannot. Beth Sholom Box Supper. Mrs. Bert S. Klee, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Bholom, has announced a summer social to take the form of a box supper on Wednesday evening. August 19th, 6:30 p.m., in the Banquet Hall. Mrs. Sidney Schwarta and Mrs. Harry Orleans are cochairmen of the function. The value of Israel's agricultural produce has risen 33 percent with the aid of State of Israel Bond funds, a spokesman for the Ministry of Agriculture announced this week. The rise does not include figures for the citrus industry, also financed by the Israel Bond Issue. NURSE will board convalescent or couple in Beautiful S.W. private home, reasonable. Ph. 4-6227 or 9-9890. ^JM> VTO yi TT3. *|**mftmn Sfct^v IT* rtahbi JoMDh E. RackoTakr MS Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30895-A In Re: ESTATE OF ADOl.I'H FJtIRDMAN'N, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Mate: Tou. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and demands which you, or elther of you, may have against the estate of ADOLPH FRIEDMAXN. deceased late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. County Judges of Dade County, and file the HIM In their office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said clalma or demands to contain t>ie legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforeaa|d, or anna will be barred. See Section 120 of the IMS Probate Act. Date August 11, A.D. 1953. MARIE K. FRIEDMANX. Aa Executrix of the Eatate of ADOLPH FR1EDMAXX, Deceased. MYERS. HE1MAX A KAPLAN Attorney for Executrix •50 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. S/H-Zl-tt — 0/i CASABLANCA PLAYERS Present Merry-flr*^* i SOMIIT stun or LOVI. OSEO DINNER THEATRE SPECIAL '5.95 tSJ 1. Ml Course Dinner (your choice of men.). 2. Cocktail. 3. Theatre Reserved Soot. 4. Doeeinq After Show. MOROCCO ROOM •Ira St. ana Collins Avo. AIR 60NDITIME0 from the other Arab governments in its apparent altruism in this matter." The spokesman said the Arab ambassadors quoted phrases from the US-British-French declaration of May, 1950, in an attempt to show that Israel had infringed the status quo by moving its Foreign Ministry to Jerusalem. 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7.VSE s *Jmi^fkrHbT ^PAY AUCTST II 1*3 Vvrna Sandier Caeases Swiss Organdy For Wedding To Ralph Allen Ffetel of SB Myma Lea i.--.'. I Shirley Cierstein Weds Ham Picard | n Sundav Rites; To Reside In New Jersey Mm Starter Dark* Cerate** he^ % %  Bnuuuuwami Schuplers Celebrate • .olden Anniversary %  ; %  i -_ n m %  ] It-9 %  ... h :•--:• ~ K ..,i_ • %  • %  %  ;-:_.'.'. -.-_;m -: %  :• the early Cleiii-.. Mrs ~-sonnet Mam Surley Dybaer wss rEonied to Seuq I-:.-~r.:*5< a the Beth %¡ Ccracrerjatioc cm July 25th. T..r r-_ple ::-? frocn AUJ T.r ire —.; ~ hcJ years ~" r-e bnde a the daughter of V::.: MM Iowa** 3vr::e: O] SW 15th Avenue. Mr. "-: .•=-.; :sr. the sen c: v_~d Mr*. Check: Gotemixrniki. 1429 SW 2nd Street Carol Antonia Klein Is Lieutenant's Bride kk--i Klein bBBUtuj the hnde of Luliniin Hyman J Ru • -... j-.-:i> h dM QM mtttm Bate ef the Empress Hotel She :--: tae BMBIB* paiMfta and mother car rie d at their on Mr iMWn Milton Kiein 1248 Mar_aca 111 % %  Coral Gabies. M"" then* daughter is mamage. the daughter ef 1310 Euchd A The groom the toe of Dr and Mr* Julius Picard, Fall River. Maiiarhaietts Both grandmothers of the participated m the ceremony ron of honor wm Ruth Uianau. of bride Another consul ley Alperin. of Hofyoke. kept the ( %  eat book. Ernest Picard. brother of the groom, was best man Acting an %  akin were Irving Picard. W ill iam Chebot. Richard Levine. Gi lbert Nerenberg. Arnn Bredy. Perry SokoL Alvm Scbwarti and Merrill I Schwartz. Newl>-wed Mrs Picard is a graduate of the Unirersity of where she was a member of ma Alpha Chi. adrertisinc ary. and Delta Phi Epsikm Sororit> She is a former nee president of the Miami Beach Junior Hedassah and is affiliated with the Delta Phi Epmlon Alumnae Am ot iaxa aa. The groom r et er red the BS de-. gree from the Worcester Polatech-1 me Institute la 1MB. where he was treasurer of Alpha Epsiion Phi Fraternity He is a member of the • American Institute of Electrical Engineers and served two years in the US Army Signal Corps. Out-of-town guests at the cere-' many included Mrs Sol Matter, eg; Miami Beach. Mr and Mrs. L Shenhert. of New Jersey, and Miss Miriam PUard and Mrs Max Maier. of Sew York. Following a tour of Canada, the couple will reside at 220 Ocean Avenue Long Branch. New Jersey. L few. I. "ere i at the Hotel Static.' .n New W City on Jury 30th The bride is the l-naa I Moss, danghter of Mr md Leo Moss. Bronx. Ne York. A Miami Beach real estate k4| er. Mr. Sou is a me.-aher o! I Miami Beach Rea!t> Board., Asaocutioe ad I Miracle C*nb of the Miam! Cham her of Caaamerce. He also is affiliated with I Exchange Crab. Mu~ Bead: I Lodge No. leal, the Soararfl rectors of Coagregat. r. BetkJ and is dsstnet director of tat 1 tst Yo Marilyn Krebs Will Wed Cattle Man The engagement of their daughter. Marilyn Ana. to Howard Stein-. berg, son of Mr Jacob Steinberg. Lawrence. Massachusetts, is an-' Bounced by Mr and Mrs. Ehas R. \ Krebs. 731 Escobar. Coral Gahtei. The betrothed couple piaa a No-! sember 15th wedding at the Gold ^ -— i e e V_c=. niAT ruiocY.. ~y^ a&. 7921 rkntfiaq Aveprovaa tha tkfcanh s**^ *t^ a jcCv cr-' tf of the Group of the Miami Center —n L |_ :taB : %  tronp wdi hold as sum %  festjval oa Saturday August ***• -*at the Flandiaa Bate. ., ****" • *• ap m charge rtIT w ar the festival m Lncilie Graboy _tt. George Astel. Mel Setgat and Donald Marks Rabin, Weiss To Wed August 30tfa MBB .\aiu .\rlene Rabin and Henry Weiss are plaaning an August 30th wedding. They met while the> were students together at the I'mversaty of M^ami. The couple, now IM graduates. will be married in the Amb assa dor Hotel in Palm Beach The bnde-elect is toe daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Rabin. West Palm Beach She is a graduate of Palm Beach High School and has the Bachelor of Education degree Her sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma. Mr VMBI u the SOB of Mrs Sadae Weiss. 3491 SW 10th Street. He attended Rutgers I Diversity hi New Jersey and is a member of Pi Camion Phi fraternity. He has BBA degree and B BOW < ed by the Berkshire Life ance Compeer. ia Pleasantdak. York. Tha brideele ct km stadwj the Uarversxiy of Miami a of Fdm at i r (or tat I She served a of the Future Te of A m e r i ca Association that Mr Sletaberg is as importer < wholesaler of Canadian rattle b a veteran of Word War El ing served ia Europe After an extendei hocei the couple will make their m Rutland. Vermont, when Steinberg ia proprietor of 11 ranch Newly elected officers cabee Lodge No 18Z Kaaghts of P.taia*. held their Orst willing oa Tuesday evening at Castle BaO. Gnest speaker was John Davis, tt ** C4Maty So****" Office, who progrem m the courts.



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1953 'JmvMitkr** !" PAGE 9 j>* Personally Speaking nd'Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mr. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, of 2993 SW Mr and I jr. and wrtCarl Susskind, Mr. j"d Mrs. Leo Chaiken and the Sanv Liptons are vacationing in Nova [>(ia. ft ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. RosenJum. of.321 South Shore Drive, fianii Beach, announce the birth their son, Marc, at Mount Sinai tospital on August 7th. Grand [rents are Mr. and Mrs. Max KaBel, Brooklyn, New York, and and Mrs. Jack Rosenblum, fhilestone, Long Island, New Brk. ft ft ft %  Mr and Mrs. Sam Edelman are |w residing in their new home at East Di Lido Drive, Di Lido land. Miami Beach. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum just returned home from a lir through Europe. •Cr ft ft Mrs Dave Horn, the former Doltpunt. now of St. Louis, Missouri, There visiting with her mother, fs Sadie Pont, 2611 SW 5th AveMr. and Mrs. Rene Perry, of \\. York, will arrive on the 15th a family reunion. Mrs. Perry |the former Ethel Pont. ft ft ft and Mrs. Meyer Rosen, of k6 Royal Palm Avenue, celebrat[their 50th wedding anniversary |,i dinner in the Sorrento Hotel iday night. Among those at|ding the dinner were Mayor Mrs Harold Shapiro, of Miami fcch and the Rosens' three sons, flip and Albert, Miami, and Jack [ Coral Gables. Also attendwere their daughter, Mrs. Abe kick, Miami Beach, and seven fcidchildren. ft ft ft }r. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, fOO 15th Street. Miami Beach, returned after a three-month ktion in the North. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, of 2993 SW 2nd Street has returned home following a month spent in Detroit, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Bessie Kovarsky, and her nephew, David Kover. ft ft ft Technical Sergeant Julius Baida, now serving with the US Marines, is leaving next week for Japan and Korea. His wife, Mrs. Charlotte Baida, and son, Daniel, will remain at their home at 5831 SW 10th Street. Technical Sergeant Baida has been in the Marine Corps for the past 10 years and is a veteran of World War n. ft ft ft Carol Abrams, Leslie Fuchs, Edwin Ginsburg, Wendie Ann Schwartz, Carol Fuchs, Robin Turk, Cornelia Turk, Jonathan Turk, Kenny Friedman, Ronny Friedman, Susan Paul and Michelle Pivar, all from Miami, are enjoying a summer of camping at Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville, North Carolina. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen, of 2220 SW 19th Terrace, are leaving to attend a Sun Life Assurance convention in White Sulphur Springs. They will then visit relatives in Charleston, West Virginia, and visit with their daughter, Theresa, in Philadelphia. The Cohens expect to be gone for a month. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Marks. of 1615 NW 127th Street, Miami, announce the birth of their daughter, Melinda Alyn, at Jackson Memorial Hospital on July 18th. ft %  ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta and children, Gerald, ("aria and Richard, are spending the month of August with the senior Serottas at Saratoga Springs, New York. if Better Struct to RESTUINC, REMODELING, REPAIRING, CLEANING and GLAZING YOUR OiD COAT, CAPE 01 STOU. CAU 'I The Home of fine fmrt 1349 S.W. 8th St. H E AS 35 Years Experience law RatM But. Ph. 3-*7S let. 3-0221 SCRIP Phone 58-2 503 or 84-2078 (Evenings) Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad HaA


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MGES fDAY AOGDgt Ora Rotteiiberg WM Perfarfn Grie^ Concerto; Solomon Guest Conductor -* — ^ On aVrttinhm *• ***' **• Terr*, theUnmrsitx J •. Cam Hat*,,, MMSSUT Ortoher 4th I the I sited wsh her teacher Henriette who i* the cater of Mr %  OrI -Orahm a ton except a oc times* Tora Ber.m wrote reeentrr m a sheet the Is* an. %  i :*>• SPECIAL Apt. House Gos Stoves "*w (ear ata. .: I Here is. tm of the Bm of the 1*. b? Etade No 4 by m the Uctisl jear of the Jewish Tar of I an %  Mil— when the siege bj the Arabs was is to fragments by a aeries of %  % %  m pa fire. One afternoon, the hellub dm of destruction r e ach ed its the first peak with heary shelling of large ^ OB ; calibre guns going on Leer School P re p are s Far FaL Semester frhaif oavt wwi MM he here'sor .:; •: :-: %  -.-,: r -> BnW > bj the Lear. of the less exposed comdor One Ora who was Wfrom me. for her lesson Swddear*. at the appointed tmae we heard kaoefcs oa the door. Ora appe ar ed with her mane as if noth ing had hap pen e d" For the past three years. Miss Bottenherg has been studying with Hennette Mathelson. who retired from the Julliard School of Mosie after 40 years of teaching to de-rote forced to inter i•" ** •"• %  %  ?" P^ the sheJhmi %  m,M '*"' br ei S** *• *** the bia fl "* to en **"* to eo Be to %  __ _, ^ Verted States to pet fo r m instead •oftostndy OB Jane 9th. she played with the Orchestra of the Voice of Jeruz the interior of the iymc fiat oa the Door salem Radio the Prokofiev Con; eerto No 3 Heinz Freudental. the Swedish conductor, said: "It rare ^ime much pleasure to conduct for was broken Ml r *<* %  *'* %  at her debut. The young pianist showed an unusual assurance and deliberation Picnic B7.50 771 Sm St. hnswi ha ^ sa-otc Mt SERVICE WHAT WE MU| CM* or TMM S#C.I Pncat n>Mtavs a **. HO.M OJ] iana = releMnath and-i The Miami Chapter of Baal ..rrfck Women will hold a pamie t '.at Cranwoc Park. Parking Lot 2, Jewish Eo4icotiofi News Released ^. ^ T*"* Tkis Wee*; Feature* Year's Survey LSTLLSFs 2fT it -'%  —%  Harer Heraaamid Mrs I MosHI pjI J %  *> e*hji hem inr the Jem.* ~*r-a.:**"^ M ***• • arrange --nhrri. nf >ei a< wawauar hrrtaaj ^ u r-. uW %  "an— Bnhm Kaur --rjo 3 nwawmuj semenveesrfmw^lfwi^.' fc^" %  Sundn, to-mvm New, icfc **l • nremarntm. IS(S?2'&?AJ. '^ i a narve. at reeutratxa a: httk the far amahcrs lor the huadav* all !" ^ ^*^ -s*i7 a< nMunwaa Jew^' O" —• %  v im* mwwur nww ^ ^mL' *^ • T, o COWIMWW J^^^VwF I 1w$$ %  RASUi CT •4441 taSfMfJfcPmAW-rwat!



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[Y. AUGUST 14. 1953 +Je*lstinorAMau7 PAGE 3 % man Named tond Board Governors fnir Liebman, Miami Beach y and active meber of the Organization, has been apto the National Board of nrs of the Israel Bond Orion. naking the announcement, a! Bond office reported that nor was being bestowed beof Liebman's "untiring and Bh efforts" on behalf of the Lf Israel. lairman of the Council of Cations of the Greater Mifael Bond Committee, LiebCivic Leaders Named To Eleven Top Posts In Beach Civil Defense Program Appointment of 11 Miami Beach civic and business leaders to key positions in the emergency -welfare services division of civil defense was announced this week by Allen Goldberg. Goldberg, chairman of the Board of the Miami Beach Civic League, Was recently named director of the division for the Miami Beach-Golden Beach district. Goldberg selected Robert Wheat, industrial representative of Florida Power & Light Co. and president Grundwerg Passes CPA Examinations Moses J. Grundwerg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, 4561 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, was notified by the State Board of Accountancy that he has passed the May, 1053, certified public accounting examinations. Grundwerg received the BBA degree in accounting from the University of Miami in February, 1952, where he ranked fourth among the accounting students. He will return to the University of Miami Law School in September where he will enter his senior year. At law school, he has served as Case-Note editor of the Miami Law Quarterly and as vice chancellor of Tau Epsilon Rho Legal, Fraternity. of the Miami Beach Exchange Club, as deputy director of the division. Samuel N. Friedland, chairman of the Board of Food Fair Stores and president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, was selected as director of mass care. He named Sam Kaplan, executive secretary of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, as chief of emergency lodging and Dr. Kurt Peiser, former vice president of the University of Pennsylvania, as chief of emergency feeding. Meyer Edelman, clothing manufacturer, was selected as chief of emergency clothing. Mayor Harold Shapiro was chosen as director of emergency rehabilitation. Marvin Kimmel, attorney and exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks, was selected as director of registration and information. Herbert Gutman, senior warden of the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, was named supervisor of welfare inquiries. Gerald Schwartz, public relations counselor, was named director of evacuation, and A. Budd Cutler, attorney and president of the Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith, was appointed deputy director of evacuation area processes. Paul Needelman, a director of the Beach Jaycees, will direct mobile teams. Seymour liekmon as made three trips to Iskd has lectured extensively |ous phases of the young najevelopment. las been admitted to pracin Florida and New York a member of the Miami ad Dade County Bar Asas. nan was one of the authors [Code of Fair Practices preJfor the Jewish Education If • of New York. He is Iry of the Greater Miami %  tee of Jewish Education. Edition to his active interest fish education, Liebman has ny years been a leader in pnd communal organizations. past associate chairman of |;imi Beach Community Cenr.ember of the Board of Govof the Greater Miami Jewleration and is a member of lional Executive Committee Zionist Organization of Gables Sisterhood Luncheon The Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold a dessert luncheon on August 19th, 12:30 p.m., at Ed Hassen's Howard Johnson Restaurant on the Trail. Cochairmen of the affair are Mrs. Jerome Weiss and Mrs. Jacques Fink. Allen Goldberg (seated) maps plans for the emergency welfare services division of Miami Beach civil defense with four of his top aides. They are Qeft to right) Marvin Kimmel, director of registration and information; A. Budd Cutler, deputy director of evacuation area processes; Robert Wheat, deputy director to Goldberg; Gerald Schwartz, director of evacuation. ^MJST^TOL ••.:•. MFANY 319 POPER BINS MIAMI 32.' FLA, 'JNIYltJlTY OF MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY IZLER SOLOMON GUEST CONDUCTOR Sunday Evening. Aug. 16th, 8 O'clock ORA ROTTENBERG PIANIST TICKETS'. Rei. Table aeata $2 • 1 50, Unrta. aaata S1 75c At U. of M. Sym. Office 87-4960. Miami Beach Auditorum 5-0477. Hollywood Stars & Producers Enjoy WILNO Products • %  Because They Want The Best • The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. caters to discriminating establishments all over the country and particulary in those areas where everyone appreciates pure beef products dependably produced with quality meats. 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IY, AUG UST 14, 1 1953 aeing made to set up |o!arship in this area, accordYoungerman. There are 140 b>(fa of the Dartmouth Alumni Itheast Florida. ^^^-v^-^^-A^^v^-v^v^-v^v^v^v^y Soeoo yovr vocation in the Blue Ridge Mountains The Horowitz Kosher inn 331 First Avo., W. Hendersonville, N.C. 31st SUSOM f Flno Kother foods, prepared in tti American Stylo by export cook*. Writ* or phone S20S for reierva-' tione. All rooms with private and I connecting baths. Undor Personal Supervision of Mrs. A. Horowitz IWAvAtfAtfAAtf'WAvAA'WAtf' i The new backdrop cut it appears during the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra concerts at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Pop Concert Goers See New Backdrop On Sunday Nights This year. University of Miami Sunday pops concert goers not only find tables spread with red-checkered table cloths, they can also Claude Ritter, who manages it; and the execution of the work. The design, at the suggestion of Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager of the University of Miami Symphony, was submitted by Clayton Charles, head of the Art Department at the U of M. The backdrop was finally approved by Russell T. Pancoast, who built the Miami Beach Auditorium; rest their eyes on a roost attractive stage backdrop. Long in the process of being discussed, the backdrop finally materialized this year at the instigation of the Symphony Club, of which Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-1 son is president. It was not a simple task to obtain approval for this venture, since the question of acoustics had to he carefully considered, according Ip Mrs. Wolf son. Permission had to be secured from the Miami Beach City Council which paid for John Bitter, orchestra conductor. A modern abstract design was chosen and completed by students of the University of Miami Art Department. Mrs. Joseph Duntov was chairman of the Decorating Committee of the Symphony Club. Mrs. Claude A. Renshaw, 1st vice president, acted as advisor. Over 100 Will Attend Dancing and a show in the Aladdin Room of the AlgierfcHotel will highlight the social meeting of Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women, on August 16th. President Mrs. Fred Sandier reports that over 100 guests are expected to attend. Air Conditioned RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN THI REST IN KOSHER POORS I Miami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically HI. 24-Hour Nursing Service. Special Diets Strictly Observed. Private and ejoml-Private Hoomi. LEO ALLEN, Director SSS S.W. 1tth Avenue Phones a.5437 and t-027o A Unique Dining Experience Delicious TRADITION At ft/DAT RIANT DINNERS 2JS UnOMOUoe) Jewish Spec.alttee DiUCATPWI* TO TAM MaV 1141 WASMWCTOM A 0pp*4H City Ml CALL S-i Hours — 11:30 a.m. to t p.m. o/ffiby ck. Reservations can be through Mrs. Jack Davis, •van ID rmnD7 PARKWAY KOSHER Wholesale! S.W. 22nd St., Ph. 9-OSS Yiddish Hour Resumes Here On August 30th The Yiddish Classical Hour will return to the air on Sunday, August 30th, according to an announcement this week by Morris Nasatir. director. Nasatir said that the program is scheduled for station WWPB and will be heard weekly from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Scheduled are two main features. Horizons Of Israel and Life Is Just A Dream. It was also announced this week that Nasatir will introduce a new breakfast program. Bagels And Lox, starting on October 5th. n % %  %  SUMO rOtfl SI/AIMER VACATION IN TNI BLUE tT/Dvc fMOvMlAINS • • • OSCEOE.A LAKE MNN ON LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. JOE RUBIN Owner-Manager Season June 1st to Oct. • SWIMMING POOL o ALL SPORTS, INCLUDING BOATING AND FISHING • AMERICAN PLAN ONLY • FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE • ALL ROOMS WITH BATH OR 8HOWER jSteMslj <3lmt 0s the Rooo to Hioleoh Rocetrock SPECIAL THIS MONTH Specialised Sea Food 1 JO AMERICAN EUROPEAN DINNERS 1113 N.W. Tfffc Street ALL YOU CAN EAT Smorgasbord 2.00 STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN Telephone 71-9216 EVERYONE LOVES..* AUGUST3*0$. BREAD ROSEDALE TZMt***** o KOSHER STYLE COOKING o AIR CONDITIONED o PRIVATE DINING ROOM e FREE PARKING J *THE DREAD lovers MATU£Atwr eoorf V/ENNA -BOHEMMRYE 'PUMPERMCKEL • FREA/CH BREAD E6C mtST AUGUST BROS, BREAD Catering for ail size Parties 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 9-799* Trecadero Kosher Restaurant Aristocrat of Kosher RestovroMts WE STAY OPEN YEAR-ROUND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Featuring Full Course Dinners at Summer Prices From $2.00 WE CATER FOR ALL OCCASIONS AIR CONDITIONED For Reservations Call 5-0551 23rd STREET — ONE BLOCK FROM THE RONEY PLAZA Sj Under Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff I Hi


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lh&\wiislb-IEIIiDinidliiQUP Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY KLUME 27—Number 33 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS r JC Argues Jewry's Relation to Israel By tht Jewish Telegraphic Agency GENEVA — Relationship of the Jews of the world the State of Israel was the major subject of discusand debate at the opening sessions of the third |iary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress which ned here with 300 delegates from 80 countries in atjance, in the presence of diplomatic observers from (umber of governments. The question was brought to the fore by Dr. Nahum jmann. acting president of the WJC, in his keynote tress, when he voiced the hope that those Jewish groups 'the United States and other western countries who wise emigration of Jews from those countries to Israel lid revise their views. "These groups," Dr. Goldmann said, "thoroughly friendland helpful to Israel, are concerned about Israel's ure but are of the mistaken notion that to urge Jews go to Israel is somewhat incompatible with the loyalty devotion to the countries in which they live. The Iner this attitude is rooted out of Jewish life, the ler." | The most pressing responsibility in Jewish life today. Goldmann emphasized, is aiding Israel to solve her nplex economic, political and social problems, "which featen the very existence of the Jewish State." He described these problems as "enormous," requiring years and perhaps decades of determined effort before they can be solved. Israel's major problems which must find solution to assure her existence are that of achieving peace with the Arab world and of integrating the Jewish State into a community of nations in the Middle East, of developing a national economy which will make Israel a self-sustaining Jewish community and of moulding hundreds of thousands of immigrants from a score of countries and of diverse background, cultures and languages into a homogenous group of Israeli citizens, he said. "Israel's difficulties," Dr. Goldmann pointed out, "stem from the fact that the Jewish State was born in one of the most sensitive strategic spots on earth and was burdened with the task of absorbing hordes of immigrants in such a brief period of time." He termed the efforts which will be required on the part of Israel and world Jewry to surmount these difficulties as even "more arduous" than the ones which involved Jewry in the launching of the Jewish State five years ago. Dr. Goldmann suggested two courses of action as basic to the ultimate solution of Israel's difficulties: 1. Because Israel is unique among nations in that only a small proportion of its total or potential population resides there presently, every step should be taken to increase Jewish immigration to Israel; 2. Because Israel cannot hope to solve her problems without unstinted support of World Jewry, greater understanding and amity must be developed between the two. "Both must become concerned with the totality of the Jewish people, with its needs, interest and ideas," Dr. Goldmann stated. "Israel's responsibilities stemming as they do from tasks of statehood and that of the Jewish communities outside of Israel which are based on domestic and general problems — such as relationships with other groups, anti-Semitism, health, Jewish education and religious needs — must be brought into balance. "It would be unfortunate if a conflict were permitted to develop between these two sets of responsibilities," Dr. Goldmann continued. "Instead a way must be found whereby the Jewish communities outside of Israel will realize that their dignity and their very survival is linked with the future and the survival of Israel and whereby Israel will realize that it must have the help of the Jevn.ii people to survive and that Israel's future is dependent on the well being — material and spiritual — of the Jewish people as a whole. American Jews are not "temporary sojourners" in America, and American non-Jews do not regard them a.; such, Rabbi Morton Berman, of Chicago, told the assembly. He said that speaking for American Jews and Jews in other free, democratic lands, he rejects the view that a Continued en Page 2 ordan Backs Out on Move To Internationalize Jerusalem I Jewish Telegraphic Agency WASHINGTON — The issue of internationalization of Jeru|em was brought sharply to the this week when six Arab Ites presented a demand to the lited States to act immediately )ir Klutznick called attention to he great hazard and potential dan!er io democratization in Germany Ihrough the possible release of ov?r 500 Nazi war criminals. The Plate Department's reply to Mr. Klutznick's telegram said: "The ontemplated program does not inMve the three Western Powers relinquishing their ultimate repponsibility for matters of clempney and parole. The boards are Jo be advisory only. On the other %  hand, it should be of great assistlance to have such boards consisting |"f competent individuals who can Ifjo into the cases in considerable %  detail and can make recommenda|tions based on full consideration of all the factors. ister, made ft clear that Jordan's opposition to internationalization of Jerusalem had not been diminished. (At the United Nations. Iraq took the lead in convening heads of the Arab State missions in an effort to secure agreement on placing on the UN General Assembly agenda a protest against the transfer of the Israel Foreign Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.) Solution to "Whole Problem" The Jordan envoy told the JTA in a comment on the Arab States' demarche to the State Department over Jerusalem that his government was against "any kind of internationalization." He added that Jerusalem was part of the "whole Palestine problem," and "this problem should be solved all together and not piece-by-piece." Jordan opposed the Israel move of the Foreign Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, he said, because Jordan opposed a "piece-by-piece solution." (Agency reports from Jordan this" week disclosed that the Jordan Government was moving government departments from Amman to the Jordan-held Old City of Jerusalem and that sittings of the Jordan Parliament were to be held in Jerusalem to "offset" transfer of the Israel Foreign Ministry to the Israel-held Jerusalem area) The first Arab move was made when a delegation composed of the envoys of Egypt, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia called on Acting Secretary of SUte Walter Bedell Smith this week and demanded that the United States take the lead in preventing Israel from establishing its capital at Jerusalem. The Arab diplomats asked Mr. Smith to take quick action to prevent the transfer of the Israel Foreign Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Israel's intention to consider Jerusalem as its capitol, said the Arabs, violates the Tripartite Declaration of May 5, 1950, in which the US, Great Britain and France guaranteed against violations of stability in the Near East. The Arabs said to Mr. Smith that if the United States does nothing to ""control" Israel it would be "precisely, in effect, to do everything." The United States is partly responsible for the Israel move, the Arabs told the "State Department, because "everybody knows that Israel is completely and absolutely dependent for its survival upon the United States." The Arab diplomats sought to stress that Jerusalem was sacred to three major faiths and, therefore, was unique among the cities of the world. They contended that the United Nations had decided on internationalization and that Israel was acting with disregard to the will of the United Nations. "Israel's act of transferring its capitol to Jerusalem," the Arabs said in a statement, "is in defiance of the whole character of the city." In a subsequent statement, the Arab mission chiefs, excluding Jordan, issued a statement which stressed the considerations "that Continued en Page 5 Sharett Denounces Mutual Security Aid Allocations To Arab League Bloc Nations JERUSALEM (JTA ) — Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett denounced the United States policy of preferential arming of the Arab States this, week as deceptive in general and dangerous to Israel specifically. Under the Mutual Security Act passed by Congress early last week, the sum of $30,000,000 was provid ed to be applied at the discretion of President Eisenhower in^ the supply of military aid to the Arab States and Israel. The State Department had made it known that the Arab States would receive eighty percent of this as against twenty'percent for Israel. Meanwhile, Israel and United State Government economists this week were studying implications of an amendment to the Mutual Security Act adopted before the adjournment of Congress, President Eisenhower's victory in Congress last week credit.? his administration with the first measure taken against tha restrictions of the McCarran Immigration Act. His Emergency Immigration Bill, passed by the House and Senate before their adjournment, will assure the influx here of some 210.000 refugees such as these above present-day quotas during the ne two years. Goldmann Denies He Urged Total MigrationGENEVA (JTA) — Dr. Nahum Goldmann, acting president of the World Jewish Congress, protested during the weekend the "unfortunate misinterpretations" by some newspapers of remarks made in his speech opening the Third Plenary Assembly of the Congress last week. "I have repeatedly said that Israel needs many more immigrants for consolidation, and every Jew who wants to emigrate to Israel j has that right." Dr. CoWmann de%  clared. "It is the full right of the I Zionist movement to urge Jews to I go to Israel in order to assist in its development. "But I have never indicated that ; all Jews outside Israel should regard themselves as Israelis or po-' tential Israelis," he emphasized. "This is a complete contradiction of my basic conception of Jewish life, as my entire record will confirm. "I have emphatically stated, and repeated in my opening address here, that it is certain that during the foreseeable future, a very large part of the Jewish people, if not the majority, will remain outside Israel," Dr. Goldmann declared He said that the Jewish communities outside of Israel had their own important and essential problems. "It is a fundamental error to regard Israel as the only center of Jewish life and to consider Continued en Page 13 I i><



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SIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1953 *Jo*ist>nt*-*Mar PAGE 11 M Med School Adds To Faculty [Nine new full-time members will In the teaching staff of the Unlrsity of Miami School of Medihe with the opening of the sec1 year program this fall, accordto Dr. Homer F. Marsh, acting Ian. fin addition, several practising pysicians of the Miami area will ribute their services to the aching activities in the various kids. %  Among the full-time personnel 111 be Dr. Jacques S. Gottlieb, one I the nation's outstanding psychitists. Dr. Gottlieb will be Proksor of Psychiatry >nd chairman [the department and will be dirior of the new psychiatric hosI unit of Jackson Memorial HosI. Dr. Garfield Tourney joins Dr. itihi'b as instructor in the Dert merit of Psychiatry, coming the University of Colorado kpital. Others include Dr. W. A. |Anderson, Professor of Pathol; Dr. Thomas M. Scotti, AssociProfessor of Pathology; Dr. ll. Miale, Pathology Departnt; Dr. George T. Lewis, Proof Biochemistry and chairi of the Department of Biochem; Dr. Bennett Sallman, AssoProfessor, Department of Bacteriology; Dr. A. Kurt Weiss, Instructor in Physiology; and Dr. Tim Weatherford, Department of Anatomy. Israelite Center Holy Day Tickets On Sale Announcement has been made this week that High Holy Day ticket* at the Israelite Center are nog? on sale. Jacob Blown vill act W chairman of purchasing. Officiating at the services will be Rabbi Morton Malavsky, with Cantor Samuel Salkow rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. It was also announced that the High Holy Day edition of the Israelite Center bulletin, The Echrf, will soon appear here. Co-editoi* are Mr. S. L. Cohen and Mrs. George Graham. Funds For Academy Beth El Sisterhood has scheduled a card party for Tuesday, August 18th, 8 p.m., in the Dora August Auditorium, 500 SW 17th Avenue. Funds realized will be earmarked for the Beth El Academy school lunch program. Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz will be hostess, with Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer assisting. janischewitz Borscht Recipes Add >oling Touch To Summer Menus limmer, more than any other of the year, has its special litional needs; the ideal sumI food should be satisfying, yet and refreshing. It should be ewhat lower than usual In heatJuring calories and higher than in mineral content, to offset I loss of body salts in warm her. above all. the perfect sum[food should be cool and veri enough to serve quickly, easa variety of ways. And if i description happens to fit i schewitz Borcht in every par-j fr, that's all the more reason I ake it a steady summer stand*. lor cool, refreshing nourish. ide with crisp, tender gardenbeets and just enough pure :klichen seasonings to bring heir full, natural tang, ManisJ itz Borscht is summer's most ile food. High in food value icularly those important mini — and low in calories, it is a nourishing food and a de!ul, thirst-quenching drink, whether you choose to sip ft' ie tall, frosty glassful or spoon by the brimming bowlful, are literally scores of temptays to serve Manischewitz it as a smart party beverage, ing "fresh-up" drink, the pre|to a summer meal or as an al ingredient in interesting ecipes. umber of these borscht reelated by the B. Manischewitz iy in its scientific home ns, has been gathered togeth-' a colorful booklet called it Circus, which may be obfree by writing to Manisz. Box 288, Jersey City. NewOne of the most delightful isily prepared of these reelgiven below. Party Supper Ring blespoons corn starch ps Manischewitz Borscht is Manischewitz Rice Dinner rs Manischewitz Fishlets borscht into starch and stir BEACH MUNICIPAL GOLF 'RIVING ANGE St. & Washington AYS oil professionals in Attendance at all times [BOHE 48-3967 until smooth. Add Rice Dinner and cook until thick (about 8-10 minutes). Pour into 1% quart ring mold which has been lightly greased and chill until firm (about 3-4 hours). Unmold onto a large pretty platter. Set bowl of fishlets in center of mold. Serve with Tain Tarn Crackers and tossed green salad for a refreshingly different summer party supper. Serves 6 8. S.T. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Youth Committee of Greater Miami, presents a trophy to Stanley Dick, president of the Hurricanes AZA, lor the work the chapter did in collecting 700 of the 4,000 cans of food BBY chapters in Greater Miami obtained for distribution to the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Variety Children's Hospital and the James Scott Community Center in the BBYO Council's summer community service project. Certificates of recognition also went to presidents of other chapters. 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