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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
/OLUME 27Number 34
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Eisenhower Establishes Committee To Study
Discrimination In Federal Job Program
Dr. Nmhvm GMmmnn
. : frwitfwl confercnct
WJC Elects
>r. Goldmann
'o Presidency
ksaembly Hits Arms
fro Arabs Program
GENEVA (JTA) Dr. Nahum
oMmann was elected president of
ip World Jewish congress at the
ii p of the Third Plenary Assem-
ly (f the Congress here. Dr. Gold-
..mn. who has held that post pro-
isionally fjr more than three
lcceiuls ;ha* late Dr. Steph-
n S .Vise, the Congress' first pres-
B
Dr. Goldmann. in his closing
peech, called the conference the
fruitful in the history of the
V.K' He also expressed the hope
e organization would con-
ene four years from now in an
! peace and stability for Is-
acl and hope for all mankind. He
I that this had been the
nost representative of all the as-
bemblJes ever held, adding that
ft his was true despite the absence
bl East European Jewish represen-
ts ives."
Arms to Arabs
The Assembly also approved a
di daration on Israel which ex-
pressed "profound disquiet" over
pie fact that foreign powers "by
their continued supply of weapons
of war to the Arab states are lend-
ing support and encouragement to
intransigeant enemies of Israel,
Continued on Pafl* 2
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi
dent Eisenhower this week an-
nounced establishment of a new
committee aimed at improving the
government's program for keeping
job discrimination out of contracts
paid for by Federal funds.
The new committee will receive
complaints of alleged discrimina-
tion under the Federal contract
program and will recommend to
contracting agencies of the govern-
ment ways "for improving and
making more effective the non-dis-
criminatory provisions of govern-
ment contracts," and encourage an
educational program by various in-
terested groups to help eliminate
employment discrimination.
The committee, to be composed
of 15 members, including Vice
President Richard Nixon, will in-
clude eight representatives of the
public. The others will represent
the Labor, Commerce, Defense and
Justice Departments and the Atom-
ic Energy Commission and the Gov-
ernment Services Administration.
Membership of the committee will
be announced next week.
The Executive order said a re-
view of the situation had shown
that the anti-discrimination pro-
gram relating to Federal contract
work must be revised and strength-
ened for better results'.
The President emphasized that
it is the poKcy of the government
"to promote equal employment op-
portunity for all qualified persons
employed or seeking employment
on government contracts because
such persons are entitled to fair
and equitable treatment in all as-
pects of employment work paid for
from public funds."
The President said in the order
that after analyzing the procedures
of Government contracting agen-
cies it had been found that "the
non-discrimination provisions must
be revised aps> strengthened to
men of national repute" would be
named to the new group. The
reason for replacing the old com-
mittee, Mr. Hagerty stated, is that
"we think this committee can do
a better job."
"The eight public members," he
added, "will be given considerable
cooperation by the Administration
and will receive /Waad powers .by
eliminate discsnjnination In all as-; *ke President'! Junction." He de^>
v.joined to explain what these pow-
ers might be. 17ruler the Presiden-
tial order, prirapry responsibility
for preventing discrimination is
vested in the head of each agency
of the government which does any
contracting.
The public members of the com-
mittee include Fred Lazarus, Jr.,
a vice president of the American
Jewish Committee; J. Ernest Wil-
kins, a Negro and an attorney who
was designated by President Eisen-
hower as vice chairman of the com-
mittee; George Meany, president
of the American Federation of La-
bor; Walter P. Reuther, president
of the Congress of Industrial Or-
ganizations; John Roosevelt, young
pects of employment."
The head of each contracting
agency will be iWN "primarily re-
sponsible" for .obtaining compli-
ance by contractors and sub-con-
tractors with the non-discrimina-
tion provisions.
The new committee will be re-
quired to make annual or semi-
annual reports to the President and
to carry on an educational program
against discrimination in employ-
ment among employer, labor, civic,
educational, religious and other
voluntary non governmental
groups.
White House Press Secretary
James Hagerty, in response to a
I query, said the principal differ-
'. ence between the new committee cst son of the late President Frank-
' and a Truman-created committee lin D. Roosevelt; Mrs. Helen Rog
Senator Herbert Lehman
. takes exception
Says Israel
Is Not Home
For US Jews
for the same function was trm ad-
dition of the public members. The
President's order abolished the old
committee at the same time as it
created the new one.
Mr. Hagerty said the new nun
rs Raid, chairman of the Board
of the New York Herald Tribune;'
John L. McCaffrey, president of
the International Harvester Com- j
pany; and John M. Wisdom. Repub-
lican National Committeeman from!
NEW YORK (JTA>
Senator
mittee was formed "to expand the J Louisiana. Vice President Nixon
power of the old contracting com- j was also listed as a public mem-
mittee." He added that "topnotch ber of the committee.
Senator Watkins Will Make European
Tour, Check Distribution Of Visas
WASHINGTON (JTA) Senator I
Arthur V. Watkins Monday an-
nounced he will examine the work- j
ings of the McCarran-Walters Im-
migration Law in a tour of over-
seas consular offices starting next
month.
The Senator, chairman of the
Immigration Subcommittee of the
Senate Judiciary Committee, said
he will especially watch for evi-
dence bearing on complaints re-
garding the law rererred to him by
President Eisenhower. The Presi-
dent, in a letter to Senator Wat-
kins, said many complaints had
reached the White House charging
"many serious and inequitable re-
strictions" were contained in the
immigration law.
Senator Watkins said he would
sit in with as many consular offi-
cials as possible to observe how
they handle applications for im-
migration visas. He will not check
into any specific cases involving
complaints but will watch the gen-
eral working of the immigration
law, he stated.
The Senator's plans also call for
visits to European refugee camps
and for a check into arrangements
for handling the Emergency Refu-
gee Bill that was enacted last
month. The report of his tour will
form the basis for action by his
subcommittee on proposed changes
on the McCarran-Walters Act.
Meanwhile, Senator Herbert H.
I Lehman has called upon President
Eisenhower to adopt as part of the
Administration's program the
! measure sponsored by Senator Leh-
man and seven other Senators and
] 24 Representatives to amend and
liberalize the McCarran Immigra-
tion Act.
In a letter sent in behalf of
the bill's sponsors. Senator Leh-
man said that they plan to include
some revisions in the measure next
Fall and that if the President were
to support the legislation, "we
would be able to include with these
changes other modifications which
might be agreed upon as a result
of consultations with you and your
advisors."
Senator Lehman also pointed out
to the President that the bill was
introduced in Congress late in the
last session because the sponsors
were waiting for the President's
emergency immigration legislation
to clear and not cause any collision
between the two proposals.
Herbert H. Lehman in a letter ad-
dressed to Dr. Israel Goldstein, as
president of the American Jewi h
Congress, and made public by him
last weekend, emphasized that he
is "strongly dissenting from a view
allegedly expressed at the Plenary
Assembly of the World Jewish Con-
gress that Americans of Jewish
faith should regard Israel as their
homeland and have an obligation
to return there."
Senator Lehman referred to a
speech made at the WJC by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of the
organization. Dr. Goldmann later
issued a statement asserting that
he never indicated that all Jews
outside of Israel should regard
themselves or should be regarded
as Israelis or potential Israelis.
Pointing out that he took note of
Dr. Goldmann's clarification. Sen-
ator Lehman said:
"I was glad to note that Dr.
Goldmann took pains to amend
some of the broader and, in my
judgment, more dangerous implica-
tions, of his original statement
which was, indeed, subject to mis-
interpretation. However, I feel it
most important that the general
public be clearly aware that most
American Jews with whom I am
in contact not only do not share
but actively oppose any concept
which presupposes any primary
loyalty or obligation on the part of
American Jews other than to the
United States."
Declaring that Dr. Goldmann, as
an individual, has a right to his
Continued on Pag* 2
Dignitaries To Attend Ceremony:
Hillel House Groundbreaking Sunday
Israel's Foreign Minister, Moshe Sharett, accompanied by Mrs.
Shntntt la r.ir~>r^A nknm/t tka RR Ierualem. Zim-lsrael
Sharett, is pictured aboard the SS Jerusalem, Zim-Israel
Liner, being greeted by the ship's master. Captain Elieser
Axcel, just before his departure from Haifa on a recenl Medi-
terranean cruise to Europe.
Final plans have been made for
groundbreaking ceremonies for
the new structure of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami. The exercises
will be held on Sunday, August
23rd, 4:30 p.m., on the Hillel site
at Miller Drive and Ponce de Leon
Boulevard, at the main entrance
J of the University of Miami.
I It is expected that prominent
figures in B'nai B'rith and admin-
istrative officials of the I'nivcr
sity of Miami will be present. Dr.
Jay F. W. Pearson, president of
the University, will speak in be-
half of the University of Miami.
Sidney Aronovitz. president of the
Hillel Advisory Council, will in-
troduce the leading community fig-
ures who will attend.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, will de-
liver the key address. Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop, of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, will deliver the invo-
cation, while Dr. Jacob Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel,
and former member of the faculty
of the University of Miami, will
give the benediction.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Temple
Continued on Peee 9



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[ Goidmann is Says Israel Is Not
,v mdnnf-ering the prospects \ Contme>d from P.o. 1
y u t hrincine into the own Pin, a right to
ecess.ty of bringing into u hj m
lie East a secure peace which
[a! for the restoration of inter-
La! confidence and amity."
[,. declaration added that "the
Jewish Congress is as one
Ihe Government of Israel in
ming i" a" solemnity and in
dance with the tradition and
of Ihe Jewish people, the
l ed desire of the Jewish
lie to live in friendship and
with all nations, particularly
[those of the Arab lands with
in neighborly relationship
may assist in bringing tran-
, security and prosperity to
Jiddle East thereby contribu-
te) the elimination of interna-
confliet and to peace be-
all nations and freedom to
kind."
Status of Jerusalem
the status of Jerusalem, the
fcration said: "This ancient
f, steeped in the immemorial
Itions. faith and history of the
kh people in whose hearts its
lories and symbolisms are
fly engrained and is regarded
Jews :i^ the natural capitol
lie Jewish nation." On this
the WJC Assembly appeal-
the world to understand that
us of Jerusalem as the cap-
of Israel does not relate only
lie requirements of the state,
o its "vital and imperishable
Ificance to the entire Jewish
le.
he World Jewish Congress en-
the assurances solemnly
by the Government of Israel
that the Holy Places of the
ktian and Moslem faiths will
ks be held and preserved as
Eil and inviolate under such
national guarantees as the
ed Nations may deem consis-
[with the sovereignty and in-
tidence of the State of Israel,"
declaration concluded.
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Senator Lehman added that "it
would be most unfortunate if his
views are permitted to go unchal-
lenged as seeming to be the views
of any large and important organ-
ization or groups of American
Jews.
"I think it would be similarly un-
fortunate if the impression were
to be created that Dr. Goidmann
was expressing the viewpoint of
the leadership of Israel," he con-
tinued. "Since he is the president
of the Jewish Agency, some color
might be lent to this impression
unless it were controverted."
Emphasizing that he is deeply
interested in the welfare of Israel
and glad to lend his efforts to its
well-being, Senator Lehman saidt
"I do not do so however out of
divided loyalty or out of any con-
cept that Israel is the homeland of
American Jews to which they must
go. My devotion to Israel is rather
as an American who feels that the
advancement of the ideals and pur-
poses for which America stands
requires the advancement of the
cause of Israel."
Delegates Named
To Convention
Delegates to the national con
vention of the Zionist Organization
of America at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel in New York City on Aug-
ust 2iith. were elected by the Miami
Beach-Israel Zionist District at a
recent meeting here, according to
an announcement this week by
Fred Jonas, president.
Delegates named are Seymour B.
Licbman, S. A. Goodman, Murray
Lachman, Sam Landow, Joseph
Kahn, Dr. B. Zuckerbraun. Joseph
Alter, Samuel Friedman, Gil Rap-
paport and Jonas.
The 55th annual ZOA conven-
tion will be highlighted by dis-
cussions on the future outlook and
structure of the World Zionist Or-
ganization. An entire plenary ses-
sion will be devoted to the rela-
tions bzetween Israel and the
world Zionist movement.
Speakers will include Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann, Abraham Harman, Consul
General of Israel, Robert Szold,
former ZOA president and chair-
man of the Palestine Economic
Corporation, and Dr. Nahum Goid-
mann.
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Aqudath Israel Meeting
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will meet on Sunday morning, 11
a.m., at the synagogue to elect of-
ficers for a building fund cam-
paign. SeTving on the Building
Committee are Nat Wolfson, David
Whitman and Louis Laagd/ald.
Jaffe Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Lilly
Jaffe, formerly of 540 SW 35th
Avenue, will take place Sunday,
August 23rd, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel
Machtei officiating. She is surviv-
ed by her husband, Samuel, and
four sons, two of whom are from
Miami, Louis and Samuel. Ar-
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I ALWAYS FIND IT HOST pltmnHI, ,0 talk to
politics and society For Use M part the pnfewioiui
insincere. He s forever in the process of trying to fmd out
Number 31 *< hun ,0 Md buMlr. *** "* *** knows mJhf'
All ol thi sums up to caricature rather than sincerity AsZi
situation is nude feneral. and the politician can hide behind a?
-----------------est cloak of dignified history. Q "
The artist is. by contrast, almost always frank, and he
his observations an exciting sort of endtswritsm that makes the
particular He excuses his inade-
quacies, his lack of insight into
a field about which he knows
nothing, and then proceeds to
make the most astute remarks
that carry with them a tone of
cy rather than speculation
and that are accurate because
kkc into account humanity
at larse a factor eooveniently
ignored by the politician.
Such was the case with Henri-
ette Micbelson who spent the last
feu weeks in Miami with her stu-
dent, the Israeli pianist Ora Rot-
tenberg Miss Mtcbeison came to
\i-it her sister. Mrs. Marie Volpe.
concert manager for the Unrrer-
Mty Symphony Orchestra, and to
present Miss Rottenberg in a
reading of the Grieg Piano Con-
certo at the ninth pop concert last Sunday evening Mis
life revolves around musk She was a teacher at Julliard a]
York for some forty years, retired and moved to Jerusalem fotri
/
Sit ft*ar*tit MkMm
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'--- ^nsr Se S:-.-"..-ec v-z-.zt
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t--' -: z (snail C-:net= w-e- be
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The <-r*nndbrfakini
"-* =** rA. rmrase me Us.mig> of
V
w-; -*:z7-z.zzr:* >wry ; wt_ -^ ?-z _- ... ._-e p-_ _, .re.
-* r:-- Adhrisjory 3-;_ir_ r.ere 2s well tss
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t. K r. .-re e _i- ;---.:
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r.c^se *-_ oe gc-jier^.r p: he
-j_*-_e r v'y -s we., -s :~ lt.-v :
.'>- t; oe :;-r;-e- .s --e --
IssJ kiT.h or. v.--.:- -e :
bee- rive- :_v.r..-
the schDc! s resoec-
smnOB} ^a*i
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"These Are Perfect to Use Against Israel"
Another < ha lion*! ng Stop
Pres-.der.t E.ser.hcwer hes done it cgain. Just
r.er. I see.ec ssfll rr.ocy people who sup-
pcr.ed hin: irst Noveniber were beginning to
vc.ee --srppc..-.tn-.er.t m his fiist lew months in
crhce the President ccne out with two major
stands that have since served largely to heat-
er. e fearlessly liberal-tl^nkina American pub-
lic. Both of these stands were made within
days of the cd>oumment of the recent Con-
Tressjonoi session.
r-ls victory hi the initial phase of the battle
-zzzz^K -be inecuihes of the McCarran Act
wun nj spenscrsh-p and the passage of the
Eaieroe^cy Lrr^r.-gratjon Act is by now com-
mon knowiecoe. And this week, even as he
wns vacrrjcn_r_r m Cciorndo. President tusen-
ncwer anncuncec tbe esaablishment of a new
^omntune* a_mec at improving the govern-
aien- s program ior iceeptng b discrimination
nanra paid ior by Federal fund*.
Tbe PresBoen- nas mas within c brief period.
do*wss two major issues that had led to
numerous uniorrunaie .-emaiks and irrespon-
smie charges durmg me 1952 election cam-
pci7r_We mx r a oeneroDy conceded that
-*mocrcrac deieat w3 attributed, among other
mings. to tbe perry's support of FEPC and its
uru_nch_ng njavewui o: the McCarran Immi-
^ uhoc Am We olso feel that many conserva-
rve-minoec Amer-.cans vot t for President Eis-
enncwer ^ ^e genuine belief that he would'
so jlm or notmng cbcut these issues.
The Presidents cbecdy responsible for an
"-_:-=-=. -.4.0: Hpii ^o w:: :ce
"" ^^ r-~e-- ~-=-2S aunng the next two
years Ar_e :-_y z s-.ri. number of them
_ ^-ewi ;: a perhaps an indication of fur-'
z*: txtu-. :.-.e ior many Jewish displaced
persons anr. p_.r:. ex^es.
-^ ^j* -*".*"** "" lotion to the
T^ '~ t----::-*-"-- pracuce*. While
-a -. .T^^*"0" *?* hm,ii7 be construed
Z-. -' for a national.
esnu. zxzzm zxzrzzzzz t_--# ~-i..
tmrtrf a* '- '" "5 "^ ,0
t: munr-ara" -~^"" workers on Fed-
..." ~^' "-"** an indicarion
^^~ _aenn,cwerS rurrent thinking in'
THIS MIGHT SEEM RATHER STRANGE for a person wboatj
tural roots are so thoroughly European and whose physical bossj
America since migrating here from Russia at the Ian f the i
Miss Micbelson would rather talk about music than anything
She can recall a meeting with the Viennese Jewish con j-ctor<
Gustav Mahler in the early 1900s and speak of it with relist.'
observations on interpretation and technique in muycal perfo
might go on for hours. And next to talking about anisic or pa
Beethoven sonata on the piano, it is certain that the would i
ii.-tening to it in concert or on a phonograph
Thus her retirement might have found her returning to I
to the Vienna she knew as a student and to the shadow of Am
ductor Mahler whose interpretitasmi she feels are unparalleled at
time But Miss Micbelson chose Israel, raatead This turn of i
was strange because she admits to her youthful alienation fron j
tradition and cultare. There was ""; in her ch..Jhood aw{
environment that established for her a relationship with Judaisai
she subsequently married out of her religion. The change ia
Miss Micbelson says, came with the rise of Hitler.
"I don't blame him." she said, "for those six million soak af
the others who stood by and let him get away with it Hitler i
should have had the gall, otherwise.*' And so it was that this
woke in her what Miss Micbelson calls a "subconscious identi
with my people." Now. residing in Israel, she is expeneonajl
beginnings of a land reborn. Her remarks on privation there sstt
a people whose taxi drivers include former attorneys, physwini
professors, could never begin to be as charmingly delineated by f
non-creative personality.
Miss Micbelson spends her days high up in her studio flat I
over the Jerusalem hills, studying, practicing and teaching
of the Musk Academy. Still, the stresses of the political world I
to her by intuitive participation in all aspects of the Jewish i
development. Israel's conflict with the Arab League, she say*, si,
less keenly than in Europe and America where political
and diplomatic intrigue in the area are eternally weighed as
the general clamor for power between East and West But the i
balance which the youthful nation lamtiini ia its relationshist'
the United States and the USSR is a significant factor nukkuj **
fluence felt on the dairy scene. Most Israelis. Miss Micbelson'J
while showing a marked favoritism toward the Western world, I
the less dread the prospect of an open alliance again.-1 Russia.']
Soviet is the original home of so aaaay of their families, and toe?!
away from the prospect of a division among "brothers. **
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msfTjaobry enter
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f
a living philosophy as we.
-' OsswRssn MMtaTf
nleas one because it
- the FTPC debate, for"
. ;raa1e dcrjnination in Fed-
Tne PreeaoW^ii^i?* mamdl rights.
Po^^thoTa^ to id~** "*
STILL. HER MUSICAL INTERESTS OUTWEIGH ill othrrv
Miss Michelson's observations on the new state returned to the i
life there No specifically indigenous Israeli music has as yet--
All of it reflects the influence of the many countries from "***'
composers have come But the predominant influence is Gernut_
this regard, she recalled the unfortunate attack on Jascha HeifeU"*
he persisted in his efforts to play a violin sonata by Richard St
during his recent concert tour despite the government s warnis*
W> told him" Miss Micbelson said, "but HeifeU didat ttkr
seriously and later excused himself by saying that the gotJ
had informed him about it too late and that he could not sub-*
*nother work in tune It seems unlikely with his repertoire,
the international press setae on the incident and give Israel to
Propagandist* black eye?"
Apparently, with few exceptions, all Israelis were quite -
rassed and terribly ashamed. Miss Nicholson explained But this*
Of heated loyalty is only another manifestation of th? wuthful r
pride and its will to survive.
Right now. Miss Michelson's main concern is tbe Jerusalem
emy of Music end iu woeful shortage of instruments and ****,
tenal Miss Rottenberg is a student there, and if her perform*"!
the Grieg Concerto Sunday evening is any indication of the teda
with wh.eh others are being imbued at the arhooL then fhe
is a painful one. indeed Cultural privation is as serious m ~
Poverty, and its place in the general advance of human end**"'
most often outstrip the worth of physical wealth
It would be nice if Miss Michelson's shortages could
*U*vated in the near future by a few of us .


)AY. AUGUST 21,
1953
fJewisti fhrldliari
PAGE 5
I MCCARTHY THREATENS DEMOCRACY, WRITER SAYS
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
le never wins an argument
a bully with a bludgeon. But
Running fight recently on the
of the Senate between Sena-
Lehman, of New York, and the
ff of Wisconsin may at least
to awaken our lawmakers
[the country, as well, to the
dalous conduct of a politician
ke sole weapon is intimidation
[character assassination.
eting out Communists from
rnment is a laudable task. But
the methods employed serve
["the reverse purpose, it is time
change. If a man from Mars
to read our newspapers to-
fhe would most certainly carry
he impression that there are
Communists in the United
Is than in Russia. And if we
reached a point in our poli-
development where disagree-
with men in power stamps
las a Red or Communist, our
|m has certainly reached a
where it is ripe for both
and Ked totalitarianism, in
case we must quickly repair
fences or take the conse-
ces.
Isconsin':
New Scholarships Listed women between the ages of 18 and
35. According to Ben Sokoloff, ex-
only reason why he was the target | carries his concept of guilt by as-
of Lehman's attack was because | sociation to its inexorable conclu-
he was "damaging the Communist' sion, his foul hand might yet reach
cause." If opposition to McCarthy!out ,0 Ike himself, for did not Ike
and McCarthyism is synonymous s,i in the Sathering of the godless ?
with Communism there are mil- j Jj w* *"" [or the J* ?
.. ,_ ,_.......lervation of that Americanism ?
lions of Communists in the United I which the McCarthys and the rest
Statesan appalling and frightful of his ilk will most certainly de-'
strnv if th... .,-,. k>i -- 'F
NEW YORK The Hebrew
Leadership Foundation this week
announced a new series of free
scholarships for young men and
ecutive director, the scholarships
will also include maintenance. The
foundation is located at 550 5th
Avenue here.
A AAAAAAA.
thought to contemplate.
The Kremlin must really be re-
joicing at the prospect of vanquish-
ing us bloodlessly if McCarthy's
rantings about Communism in the
United States is true. His reckless
imputation of leftism and Commu-
nism to his opponents certainly is
music to the real Communists,
since for once they are in such
community as Senator Lehman,
Happy Harry, the late President
Roosevelt, Stevenson and the host
of other greats on the American
scene who were besmirched by the
ugly tongues. Furthermore, if Joe
NBC Television Features
Orkin's Pest Control Work
Industry On Parade, a television
show produced by NBC in coopera-
s bully had the effron- Uion with the National Association
[to call Senator Lehman one of
wealthiest men in the Senate.
when is it a crime under our
km of free enterprise, the best
hr world, to be wealthy? Par-
arly when the wealth has been
(Miy earned. Only a fanatic
does not believe his. own
Is. or to whom basic decencies
of Manufacturers, has devoted a
part of its Issue No. 147 to the
Orkin Exterminating Company.
The film portrays the progress
made in man's war against insect
and rodent pests.
The Orkin Company, now oper-
ating 241 offices in 24 states, the
District of Columbia and the Island
nothing, could have shouted, j of Cuba, was founded by Otto Or-
Wisconsin's pigy did, that the j kin in 1901.
[mphosarcoma, Leukemia Group
ills For Volunteer Workers Here
Ibert .1 Zwig, executive direc-
of the Lv mphosarcoma and
lia Sufferers' Relief Asso-
[>n, this week called for volun-
workers to aid the association
work here.
cently organized, the group
formed to hclpvpayi tto&or
hospital bills and medicinal
for sufferers from these two
jrous blood diseases.
know of one patient who
[been in and out of the hos-
five times during the past 11
Ins," Zwig said, "and each
for a duration of five to six
>. So far, she's had a total
pints of blood run into her
tig explained that volunteers
needed to help bring the story
^mphosarcoma and leukemia to
Greater Miami area and to aid
Coral Gables
Bakery
fr one of ouk efficient sim
embers Hum with rou on
tour Mtxr faity o*
GET TOGETHER"
Peacock's Qualify
Products
2 PONCE DE LEON BLVD
CORAL GABLES
Phona 4-9159
in the solicitation of contributions
for victims of the dread diseases.
A non-profit, non-sectarian Flor-
ida corporation, the association, ac-
cording to Zwig, has been giving
counsel and proposing measures
for the financial welfare and as-
sistance to all sufferers and to ar-
range for research and medical at-
tention.
In addition to Zwig, who is also
president, other officers of the as-
sociation include Judge Sam I. Sil-
ver, general counsel; Herman L.
Miller, vice president; Mrs. Teresa
Toupin, secretary; William J. Mal-
loy, treasurer; and Jesse Lee Bern-
ie, Ervin E. A. Kubert, Fredrick
Daw and J. Banks Rose, Board
members.
THE SOUND OF
THE SHOFAR
stroy if they are not checked in
time?
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
... CHANCERY No. 159593
M.I.A Rl-rtlN BDOBWORTH,
Plaintiff
< vs.
IMlMARD U EDGEWORTH.
..___ Defendant
, N.?T,CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RirHAKD I, KIXlKWim
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
i-t'1,"..".,'.'! "*r.Ve coP>" thereof upon
KESSI.KR AND OARS, Attornevg for
Philntlff, 1782 W. Flatter .St., Miami,
Florida, on or before the 24th day of
September, 1933. else complaint will
be taken an confessed.
Dated: August 20, 1933.
E. B. LEATHKRHAM,
Clerk of Circuit Court
, Ry wM**>8TOTK[NOrf
(Circuit Court g-"U. i Deputy ChJk
8/21-M 9/4-11 \ k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AN
AND FOR DADE CflUelTY, FLOR-i
IDA. IN CHANCERY. F No. 162021
DOROTHY JANET CTARROL-L,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN H. CARROLL, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. JOHN H. CARROLL, Million
DolMr Pier, Arkansas and Hoard walk,
Atlantic City. New Jersey, are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer to
the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on
the Plaintiffs attorney, geoiidk
KASTKNBAl'M, One Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the oriKinnl In l c office of the
Clark of the above Court on or before
September 21, 1953, or complaint will
be taken and confessed.
DATED this 19 day of Aua-usi, I',',
E. B. LEATHKIiMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By: L. 8NBEDEN
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
3/21--'s 9/4-11
The sound of the Shofar Is the symbol for ushering in the New Year.
All of us in America must resolve to try and make this year a happy
and prosperous one for our friends and relatives in Israel.
We can do this by sending them O.K. Scrip Certificatee that are re-
deemable at all O.K. etores, situated in Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Haifa,
Petach Tikva and Beer Sheva, for the finest and choicest OLAT
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Send an O.K. Scrip Certificate today for 15, $10, 15, $20 or $25. You
make their hdtlday a happy one '
OffkM O.K. Scrip agencies art loeotsd" in all
key cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.
O.K. SCRIP, 120 liberty St., New York 6, N.T.
nL* Teleohent WH4-0132
local Aaonfs:
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER, 525 78th St., Tel. 86-5226, Miami loach
F. WEISS, 711 Euclia Ave., Tel. 5-2703, Miami Beach
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 25333
RE: ESTATE OF
MORTON HAM PAGAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of [
the estate of MORTON SAM FA'iAN,
deceased: and that on the 22nd day
of September, 1933. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Fkirida. for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the Estate of MORTON SAM PAUAN.
deceased.
This 19th day of August, 1953.
/s/ EVELYN S. HKltSHBElN.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
MORTON 8AM FAOAN.
deceased
MYERS. HE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
8/21-28 9/4-11
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day schools aad
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v ;-.;..;_; Banal PTA ckfllOMB An:ta Samet and Roberta MMM,
mrnt. the Mesdames Jules Fried-;meet with at least no py^,.
man. Melvin Sbrago and George each child who applies for i
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nursery schools.
Branch, the Beach
- and the Flagler-Granala
Jcwisl r> Scho
coming school year sa Monday.
12 noon
[or the opening of
the aurserj fchooii at the Tewa
Beach Braacbes w.ll be Tue*
- r Jit The r.
.ranada Center
j-en Monday. September 14th
iren between the ages of
three and public school age will
be accepted in the nursery school
1 programs. A qualitative program
! for the development of the nursery
school child pi emotional-
ly socially and mentally is the
for the GMJCC Nursery
School program, according to Mrs.
Ethel Grossman, supervisor
Mrs Max Gettinger chairman of
the County Nursery School Com-
the GMJCC and the area
FT A chairmen. Mrs Seymour Sam-
tbe Town Branch. Mrs Jul-
I einer. of the Beach Branch.
aad Mrs Maurice Dann. of the
Flagler -Granada Jewish Center
school, are assisting the
staff it preparing for the fall re-
opening of the three nursery
Head teachers of the three
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district and Willard H. Bender.
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)AY, AUGUST 21, 1953
jrT Scheinberg Is
In Naval Duty
|>r Peretz Scheinberg is now on
h\e duty with the United States
Ivv He left early last week for
i Chelsea Naval Hospital, Bos-
Massachusetts, where he will
jve in the capacity of head neur-
Igist.
Commissioned a Lieutenant Com-
nder, Dr. Scheinberg served ov-
peas with the Navy during World
ir II. The 32-year-old physician
reived his medical degree from
tory University and did advanc-
[training at Duke. He was also
J assistant professor of physiology
(the University of Miami Medical
pool.
Or Scheinberg has been resid-
j with his wife, Dollie, and sons,
[llip, 5, and Ricky, 4, at 1991
>al Gate. He is the son of Mr.
Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, 850
13th Court. His current tour
[duty will last one year.
i, Delta Gamma
m House Party
phi Delta Gamma Sorority of
jmi will hold its annual week-
ly house party at the Empress
Gel. Theme for this year is
lllza Poppin.
Ike affair will begin Sunday
fht. August 23rd, with an open
se reception and the week will
fbrought to a close on Saturday
|[ht, August 29th, with a ban-
et and formal dance.
k**ls*nvrkiinn
PAGE 7
Dr. Lei) Discharged
After 2-Year Tour
Dr. Samuel M. Leb, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Leb, of 910 Michigan
Avenue, Miami Beach, was dis-
charged after completing a two-
year tour of duty with the United
States Army Medical Corps. Dr.
Leb joined his wife, Mickey, and
their two children, Stephen Marc
and Michel Robin, after spending
the past 17 months in Germany.
Dr. Leb received his pre-medi-
cal training at the University of
Illinois and the University of Min-
nesota. He is a graduate of St.
Louis University School of Medi-
cine, where his younger brother,
Herbert, is now a junior. He and
his family have departed for Mem-
phis, Tennessee, wher he will con-
tinue his surgical residency at the
Kennedy Veterans' Administration
Hospital.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORI3
Mava you. fH repair** aowi /"
will eave mi a a*** reef later
MWMWr Work ay
Bxaerieaeea' Man"
414 a. w. tan* A.
PHONB
Flogler Women's Swim Dance
The Women's Group of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center will sponsor a Hawaiian
swim dance on Saturday night,
August 22nd. Setting will be the
pool of the Saxon Hotel, 301 NE
62nd Street.
The Swim Dance Committee is
headed by Mrs. Ben Clein and con-
sists of the Mesdames Sam Wirsch-
ner, Walter Stewart, Jack Shaw,
Micky Antin, Irving Seid and
George Senter. Water sports,
games and dancing will also be of-
fered.
Gold Is New Addition
To Boxing Commission
Lou Gold, manager of the Delano
Hotel Zodiac Room, has been ap-
pointed a Miami Beach city box-
ing commissioner. He replaces
Carl Gardner.
The five-man commission cur-
rently includes four incumbents re-
appointed to serve a two-year term.
Reappointed were Charles F.
Wheeler, Lou Auerbach, Saul Mer-
ingoff and F. B. Adae.
Members of the commission
serve without aalary.______ ^
Sholem Lodge Dance
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will hold its annual summer dance
in the Pbmpeii Room of the Sor-
rento Hotel on Sunday evening,
August 23rd, at 9 p.m. Featured
will be child pianist Sarina Kohn.
Artist Conductor Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe's guests on
Saturday, August 22nd, will be
John Bitter and Jean Bedetti, con-
ductor and artist, respectively, who
will appear on the 10th and last
Pep Concert, August 23rd. Mrs.
Volpe's program is scheduled for
station WKAT at 6:30 p.m.
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PAGE 8 +MnirtntrkB3r
FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1953
(lam! Antoftia Klein Weds I*. Hyman
Rubitskv Couple- Tours Now bngland
port. Rhode W-i 'be Empress at Boston and ""^."V*^.
ed. with Cantor Irvmg Robinson CUmc in Bostce^Mte SS
he bride f Orlando. Scboo and G*****""" UV^
K enoff actmg a* solo- Schoc a member ofPtu
Mrs tan :: :- the former Delta EpsaUw and Alpha Oaaega
cho*e btteky has been alhe
Seed pear tl Officer oc the ISS Benft-
or. a
t .-:-:. > "- ;
Kev, eher 1*
nde a*Kamee4ler *
-
- -.:-
-.. marri*
'
fioidiner, V.ilnwitz
ter. Jai xjrna Yatoenlx.
:' > ':
: :he late Mr*
been announced by
The
I the
i Al pn
: De-
aduat-
ently was
'.
.:: the
Th couple plon their
tagtoa on October llih
:

4 4 *.*
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-: Da ri i. Crassaaa
Jerome Tcmehin Bar j
Mitzvah Saturday
Jerome Richard Temchin f*JfM
come Bar Mitzvah on 'Satmrdjie-,
morning at the Hebrew Academy j
during the 9 am service. He la-
the son of Mr and Mra. Mm W. |
Temchin. 4850 Biltroore Drive, Cor ,
al Gable*.
The Bar Mitavah U an eighth.
grade -tudent at the Hebrew Acad- j
emy and belongs to the Coral Cab-1
les Jewish Center Boy Scout Port, j
Rabbi Alexander S Grom, Acad j
emy principal, will officiate at the
cerem>r.>
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Max Rudman and Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Temchin. all of Detroit.
HfrMy Jerome Richard's pa-
ternal grandfather is Mizrachi
leader for three midwestern states
V
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I-
and Hri. Hymn ftftjkr
Double Anniversary
Slated Tuesday
'-' r
for a card par-
Tie Beth El Congregation. 500
e. Miami on
Bth, 8 pm

Will
38th and 5th wed
respet I
.a; Proe. :air are earmark
Children* Villa.
Mr* Per- r,een pre-
of the Dot Chap.er Mizrach:
tor the pan five year,
bet of the organs-
The card
ction
,.-:. I
, I Lieu- :
crger. Sarah B
.lei. Rachel Sakowitz and Ger
*d M tl .c trwde Indgen
May Wcisman
Weds Daniel Julius
Grossman Sunday
-an. daughter
--ph Klcinman.
Z9th Avenue, became
Iianiel Julius Gros-sman in a
doable nn? ceremor.y at the Jew
^t Qakam I' I Sunday, with
Rabat Alfred Waxman officiating
The groom is the son <>f Mr
In Abe ',;.- >--man. 355 I
Miami Beach
n in mar: her father.
the bnde was attired in a .
with a white chantilly lace bodice,
-iceves and a skirt of
tulle augmented by gored
: -"- of chantilly lace Over white
tttia Her fingertip length veil was
of tulle with a tiarra of white
Shi carried a carnation
t with a detachable orchid
ran of honor w.i- Mn \ugu-
ta Bimber. oi the bride,
attired in a silver bodice and rtola
and a UTJ plaid tissue -kirt She
carried a pink carnation fx.uquet
Bridi were Nancy Ann
Bimlx .>f the bride in blue
\cr pink taffeta. Ellen Gross-
man and sister. Randa. nieces of
the groom
mill Grossman acted as
nun for hi> brother Brian
an nephew of the groom.
*.= riai bearer Soloist wa- Mrs
| with Mr- B Nelson
plavin;; the organ.
The bride's mother wore a white
Chiffon gown over a pattern
print Moddad with rhine
Her corsage was of pink
cam;*-
t-tova guests included Mr
and Mr- Irving Weinstein.
-r..1 broth, r in law of the bride,
and Mi,; Beverly Sterner, niece of
the bride
Newly veil Mr- Grossman, a na
tive Miamian, attended Miami
Jack- n B3fk Sx-hooi and is a mem-
: Star < hapter. B'nai B nth
attended *chr,l- m Paa,
saic. Nee Jerae] ntd il currently
associated with the Florida Physi
car.- Supply Company here.
The Grosamam will be at home
at 1530 N\V 29th Avenue. Miami
after September 1-t
IwTMce I. trumtt
Laumence Kramer
Is Bar Mitzvah
Lawrence L. Kramer, soc of J
and Mrs. Bernard S Kramer tJ
become Bar Mitrvah on aetal
morning. August 22r.d. at
gation Beth Jacob Rabbi
Mescheloff will offiriate.
A reception will follow the r]
mony in the Social Hall, and n
ner for the immediate faauhr:
friends will be ter. ! firmand Saturday night at the I
ano Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs k- r formed
of Detroit, atwre I i ence atta
ed the Isaac Crarj hool. mi
iting here prior I r, .:? pl
manent residence West Pitf
Beach.
Jtrtmr t. Ttaica'a
A forest of 15.000 trees was rec-
planted in Israel in his honor
A 7 p m reception will be held
in the Bar Mitrvah s honor at home
on Sunday evening Among out-of-
town guests attending will be his :
uncles and aunts, all of Detroit.
Mr and Mrs. Percy A. Bcrman.'
Mr and Mrs Emil Spilman. Mr. I
and Mrs Harry Spoon. Mr. and '
Mrs Norman Weingarden and Mr.
and Mrs Max Friedman
Moss Bar Mitzvah
Robert Martin -or. of ad
and Mrs. Bernard Moss, oi 31)]
Pine-tree Drive, will become M
Mitrvah on Iriardaj Aunu 22a at Kneseth Israel "ngri'giml
Following the eerem<-ny. a retefj
tion will be held in the social I
of the synagogue On Sunday i
ning. a dinner for friends aaei
lives win be green at tbt Sb#|
bourne Hotel.
Ann Clein Engaged On 21st Birthday
Mr and Mrs Berry Clem, of 330
NV 44th Avenue. Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Ann. to Allan Rose, son of Mr.
and Mrs Irving Rose. 1366 13th
Terrace. Miami Beach
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High School and has
attended the University of Miami
for the past two years. She is a
member of Phi Sigma Sigma Soror-
Mr Rose attended Miami Beach
High School and will graduate
from the University of Florida
next June He is a member of
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity
The engagement and Miss Clew's
21st birthday are being celebrated
Sunday. August 23rd. with a cock-
toU Party at the Flagler<;ranada
h (.mmumty Center. Mat A Cteia
;~: FEI Man To Speak
;rd J pwer- -pecial agent
to chi-.. | .h. Federal Bureau
of Investigation in Miami will be
*er at the luncheon
I Miami Beach Lod^. \
1391. Bnai Bnth. on Tu.
Augu-t 25th 12:15 pm. at the
" Hotel
Good Neighbor Club
The Good Neighbor Hub will
meet on Fnday evening. 8 p m
S. kk **> Hot" ,or an Oneg
Shabbat. according to an announce
ment this week by Eve Glassm.n
between 35 and 50 years of age '
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W:$MiM6 TO IXTIMO MHTINGS IN TNI 01CAN12AT10MAI SICTIO^
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ii tfcci.l sacnoa. Far aeditiMal tolarHaa cell M*S. THOMfM"
Double celebrcrtion. with cake and all was the. r,t~ < .u
day last weekend for this happy foi^ Sch^L ^
Commerce; and Fred and Larry Rcm rf \ Caa^^' <*
bratmg their first reunion iTmany^ea^ iff Iac^ Cel"
lire at 173 Northshore Drive. Miami Wh Met
Jl!! ISliterbood of the North
mm Jewh Center wffl have .
>im membership party at ml
Judy Ann Pool Vl Bay Dnvei
Miam.Beach.today. uaoVm I
Ajrg. of the affau u Url Allan
o much more than lUSt a greeting
the really
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AUGUST 21. 1953
+Je#lstifkrM*>n
PAGE 9
Personally Speaking

tancps N. Rubin is leaving
Fdale in West Chester
lew York, to visit her
kill also travel to Spring-
issachusetts, and spend
with her daughter there.
-to to -to
|ning at Duncraggan Inn,
iville. North Carolina, are
Urs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr.
Harry Shultz, Mr. and
Quittner, Mr. and Mrs.
Rimer, Mr. and Mrs. Lou-
)r. and Mrs. Sidney Fox
Jren, Jessie and Victor,
phman, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mrs. Lena Abenson and
;hter, Sandra De Leon,
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Kaufman, | Connie Jackson, daughter of
of 320 SW 27th Road are at home ,nd Mrs. ^^ Jackson 1438 Jef.
following their trip to Nassau on ..
the weekend of August 7th. They,ferson Avenuc- ret" home
were on the disabled SS Nuevo i,omorrow from the University of
Wisconsin, where she has been
taking summer courses. Miss Jack-
son will leave again in three weeks
for the University of Michigan at
Ann Arbor. She is in her junior
year there, majoring in music.
ft It *
Mrs. Anna Popiel. of 780 NE
23rd Street, is now convalescing
home following a stay in the
Slate Hillel House Groundbrecking
Sunday; Dignitaries Will Attend
JPT Continued from P* 1
Mr.lB
Dominicano which floundered at
sea and was towed in by the Coast
Guard on August 10th.
to -to -to
Mrs. Anna Soren Bild leaves for
Detroit tomorrow. From there, she
will travel to New York and visit
with her son, Samuel Soren, the
noted concert pianist.
to Yr -to
Members of the Flagler Granada
Jewish Community Center spend-1hospital
ing their summer vacation at the
Katz. Mrs. Regina Bran- Saxon Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
harles Levy and Mr. and Shaw and family, Mr. and Mrs.
at
ton Greenwood.
to -to -to
Lobel, president of
Kiel Synagogue, is under-
Ltment and observation at
lii.ii Hospital.
to -to t>
Mrs. W. Weinberg, of
}!. California, announce
of their son, Dale, on
Ith Mrs. Weinberg is the
lurid Scdon. Grandpar-
I.Mr and Mrs. B. Sedon,
[visiting with the new ar-
ILos Angeles. Maternal
ic!::;:>ther is Mrs. Gisela
to -to -to
Mrs. Fred P. Bobbins
|Bruce and Mark, of Chi-
lis, daughter and son-in-
Henry C. Apples, are
in the penthouse at the
Tourt.
to -to -to
Krcnskys of 4955 Del-
imit'. Miami Beach, are
to Hendersonville this
loir second vacation at
Inn this summer.
Samuel Kirschner and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weiss and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seid
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Frankel and family, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Angel and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Mickey Antin and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Milliard Clein and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart and
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Clein
and family* Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Raskin and family, Mr. and Mrs.
George Senter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Clein and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg and
daughters, Mr. Milton Weinstein
and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Lcbar
and family.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kelman,
formerly of Miami Beach and now
of 436 Vine Street. Elizabeth, New
Jersey, announce the birth of their
son, William Rubin, on August
10th. Both parents are graduates
of the University of Miami, class
of 1949 and 1950. respectively.
to -to -to
Cantor and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer
are spending part of their vacation
in Mexico.
to -to -to
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman ,
have arrived home from their wed-
ding anniversary which took place
fh Saratoga, New York.
to to -to
Mrs. Rae Frome entertained
friends in honor of her daughter
Frances' sixteenth birthday at the
Trocadero Restaurant on Wednes-
day. Present were Doty.res Chern-
off, Jerry Mager. TJaren Langer,
Sheldon Frome. Carol Goodman.
Al Goodman. Arlene Stern. Joe
Bruckenstein. France*, fcfome and
Morton Litvak.
to -to "
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and daugh
ter. Sandra, have returned from a
tour of France. Italy. Spain and
Switzerland. Their trip, both ways,
was on the SS United States.
to to -to
Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen will
return to their home. 6810 Byron
Avenue, on September 4th They
have been visiting their children
during the past three months in
Port Chester. New York. Worces-
ter. Massachusetts, and Teaneck
and Atlantic City. New Jersey.
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Beth David, will render the ground-
breaking prayer. Rabbi Shapiro
was the first chaplain for Jewish
students at the University prior
to the founding of the Hillel Foun-
dation on the U of M campus in
1943.
One of the features of the
groundbreaking will be the turn-
ing over of the first shovel of
earth by Mrs. Ida Optner, well
known figure in University and
B'nai B'rith circles. Mrs. Optner.
known affectionately as "Mom" by
University of Miami students, main-
tained a one-woman Hillel Founda-
tion in her own home many years
before the unit
*as installed on
he campus. She
n a s a leading
roponent for
he drive to con-
truct the new
uiilding on the
nain campus.
Following Mrs.
Optqe/ other
personages long
identified with
B'nai B'rith and Hillel in the com-
munity will be honored with
ground breaking duties.' Some of
these include Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Goldstrom. Councilman Harold
Turk. Walter Kovner, Colonel El
If Stone. Isaac Levin. L/ouis Hei
man and Councilman Burnett
Roth.
The Hillel groundbreaking cere-
monies will mark the close of the
i first phase of fund raising for con-
I struction purposes. Much of the
success of this initial effort was
attributed by Mr Aronovitz to Mil-
ton Friedman, chairman of the
Pledges Committee, and to his as-
sociate, Louis Heiman.
Henrietta Szold Parties
Henrietta Szold Group of Hadas-
sah holds weekly luncheon card
parties at the Algiers Hotel on
Thursday afternoons at 12 noon.
Proceeds are for Youth Aliyah.
Chaplin Bar Mitzvah
Leonard Chaplin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney A. Chaplin. 2600 SW
15th Street, Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate, with
Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering
the musical portions of the liturgy.
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9-Je^istfhrkMev)
Obituaries Human Relations
. Leader Dies Here
>i-.er

SOPHIE GALLICK
g^LT0^ ST^E ^tfcfjg in the field of human relation*
JTiSX*p-,B^k,*s5 j?S5JS here and at his former borne in
f >Va"'ceiiM*"^'r fnlMMlwi Ohio, died Saturday.
Here for the pa* II ftm *
ved at 1544 Normand) Dnve. Mi-
'. ami Beach He was associated with
*her*v hos*ooo willum E. Cook Bealtv Office
gL!TS^.*-KSa^-?g| Mr We-feld was a charter
-ember and treasurer of the North
'^?V a!Sk sai* raffc^T. Shore Lodge. B nai B nth. ance its
St,^ M 5EK incepoon. He w act.ve in arm-
defamation work and was responsi-
ble for various brotherhood pro-
"**"**: grams put on in the public schools
Survivors include his wife. Mrs
Maitine WeuifekJ. a daughter.
--------- Mrs Beatnce Pearce Rochester.
= :' = -- oaosZLAS tvoi xe^ y0rk: a brother. Abe Wein-
fekL two asters. Mrs. Minnie Jay.
Siw.Et E*0* >
. bcomt u Evt Columbus. Ohio, and Mrs. Jenny
Iman. Cleveland, and two grand-
* children. Phyllis and Michael.
Services were held Monday eve-
ning at Rnuwde Memonal Chapel.
M^.t.i BeaWUB'nai Bnth sen*ce
were conducted by the Nojth
Shore Lodge. Burial took place in
"*V. I Cokwmbui de Jtarsday
____________________
FRIDAY, August 21.
Mrs. Clara Weidberg Succumbs Saturn^
Mrs. Clara Weidberg. active com Naphtali A.; daughter. Mr. iV
munal worker, of 30 Serilla A*e
nue. Coral Gables, died Saturday
at the age ef 55. She came her-
five years ago from Jamaica, Nev
York.
Mrs. JA'eidbert was a member of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
Sisterhood, Hadassah, the Brandeis
Auxiliary and the Jewish Federa-
tion of Welfare Funda, for which
she served as division head for
several yean.
Surviving are her husband.
S
Freehlinc; a brother an,
tera.
Services were held
Gordons Miami Chapel wifti
ial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Morris Skop officiated
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.
Beth El Adds New
Grade To Academy
A >econd grade uill be added'.
to the Beth El Academy starting
with the school term on Septem-
according to an announce-
his week. The Academy. Mi-
ami only all-day Jewish school.
. is now entering into its second
With the addition of the new

ade. Beth El will now carry a
curriculum serving the secular and
ritual needs of children from
i through seven and a half years
-= s
V <.( ape
According to Dr Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader.
i the Academy now includes reno-
vated classrooms, new desks and
a fully-equipped lunchroom under
the n of a riiPhcian.
Philip Berkowitz. preident. -aid
Mrs. Kaplan Named
JCRS Representative
Mrs. Peter Kaplan has been
chosen delegate to represent the
Greater Mia'rhr-' Jewish Consump-
tives" Relief Society, at the An-
nual Conference of the National
Council of JCRS in Denver. Colo-
rado, on August 27th. through 31st.
Ways and means will be discuss-
ed for the purpose of further bene-
fitting the maintenance and care
of hospitalized patients in the
JCRS Hospital Sanatorium, which
is free and non-sectarian. Eight
patients from the Miami area are
now receiving care there.
Beth David PtA"Meeting
The Beth David Parent-Teachers'
Association will hold its next
Board meeting at the home of Mrs
Alexander Stiebel. 2150 SW 21st
Terrace, on Monday evening. Aug-
ust 24th. 8:15 p.m.
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charge of the Judaic Department
Staff includes Domrhy A Gutt-
ridge. Ruth I'liss and Kachel Ross.
The Health Department lists Dr.
Charles Rosenfeld. pediatrician.
Dr David Seitlin. DDS. and Dr.
Young Zionist Party
The Miami Young Zionists will
: an August dog days party at
the home of Harvey Cogert. 1910 Herbert Fletcher. DDS. on leave
SW 17th Street, on Saturday. Aug- with the L'SAAF. The Academy
ust 22nd. 830 p m Marty Eig is recently purchased a station wag-
president of the organization. on to pick up children at home.
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PAGE 11
antor Saltzman To
Officiate At The
lebrew Academy
Harrv Genet, vice president and
Lrm';m of the Executive Com-
Ljttcc of the Hebrew Academy,
his week announced that Cantor
ernard Saltzman will officiate
wring High Holiday services to be
fnducied at the Academy.
[CaBtor Saltzman, who has been
Lociated with many congrega-
tes during his cantorial career,
las formerly cantor at the Indiana
Vrbor Synagogue, Indiana, for a
iriod of 19 years, and is now mak-
lg his home in Miami Beach.
I Joseph Gonshor, chairman of the
Inat-ogue Committee, has an-
fcunced that tickets for the High
oliday services are now on sale
the Academy from 9 a.m. to 4
m daily, and from 6 to. 8 p.m.
Irving on the Tickets and Ar-
Ingemi'iits Committee for the sale
I seats ire Gonshor, Nathan Ben-
Ifeld. Aaron S. Lauer, Isidore
loiter. Joseph Shapiro and Sid-
\y Runmowitz.
;RS Card Party
ItIu' second in a series of card
Irtic- being sponsored by the
(eater Miami Jewish Consump-
Lt.' K lief Society was held Wed-
tday evening at the Sea Gull
Mel. i iiiurman was Mrs. Adele
|rez. Assisting were Mrs. Freddie
Benhutter and Mrs. Rose Carrie.
Lard Luncheon Meeting
lA noonday combination Board
beting and luncheon was the mid-
uni r project for the Women's
of the Jewish Home for
The meeting was held
tin vhehorazade Room of the
gier- Hotel on Wednesday. Some
women attended.
11 Baqgs To Speak
The second in a series of four
eakfa-ts will be tendered by the
fens Club of Zamora Jewish Cen-
at Hassen's Restaurant on the
on Sunday. August 23rd, 9:30
Guest speaker will be Bill
ggs. newspaper columnist and
commentator.
luberman Attends
(other's Funeral
Sidney Huberman, of 701 West
Street, Miami Beach, has re-
rneri to the city following a brief
ky in Brookline, Massachusetts,
pere he attended the funeral of
mother, Mrs. Jennie Ruth Hub-
nan.
'Irs Huberman died on Sunday,
ligust 2nd. at the age of 66. She
s the widow of the late Charles
berii.an. Survivors, in addition
Sidney Huberman, include sons
arge J. and Bertram A., of New-
Center and Brookline, Massa-
setts, respectively; and a daugh-
Mrs. Thelma A. Firger, also
ookline.
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High Holiday Services will
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Conducted by
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FOR THE COMING HIGH HOLT DAYS
Our Beloved Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
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KNOWN AS
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HYMAN SHER, President SOLOMON ALTER, Vice President
JOHN Janes, Chairman, Seating Committee
SEAT RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
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Extends to its members and friends
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We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services
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RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
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Assisted by the Beth David Choir
Under Direction oi Mrs. Jack Donnerstag
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* jV w / # Fkriciiain
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21.
* ;
Temple Israel Will
Inaugurate Changes
In School Curriculum
Temple Israel ReMgkna School
inaugurate a major change in
m curriculum, ace r >n an-
nouncement this week. The change
idea the addition of a staff
jf activity directors for dramatics.
krU and crafts, dancing and mu-
. well as n work. Dr.
Joseph Narot. spiritual leader, said
tccJe.
The activities will be incorpor-
ated with the study work which
will be carried out by a staff of
teachers taken largely from the
Dade County School System.
It was also announced by Cantor
Jacob Bornstcin that Robert Strass-
'jurg. composer and director, will
direct the Temple Israel Choir dur-
ing High Holy Day services Can-
;or Bornstein and Mr. Strastbarg
are preparing a musical program
Ahich comprises modern syna-
gogue music.
Swim-Dance Sunday
Michaels Named Edirer-in-CI.ief Of
University Of Florida Law Review
Burton M. Michaels. 22. of 7112
Bvron Avenue, Miami Beach, son
of Mrs Gertrude Bergad. was elect-
ed t-ditor-in-chief of the Unlw n J
of Florida Law Review at a recent
! the Editorial B(M
Gainesville. Michaels, who will
graduate from the 0 of t College
of Law in February. 1954. is pres-
ently clerking in the law offices
of Anna Brenner Meyers and \\ ii-
liain I Brenner. Miami Beach
A member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Michael- was chosen in la-t >ear'
Rhodes Scholarship competition by
the State Committee as one of
Florida's two candidates at the Fin-
al Regional competition for the
Scholarship to Oxford University,
and.
While an undergraduate, he was
active as a member of Zeta Beta
Tau. social fraternity, serving as
chairman of numerous committees,
representing the chapter at the
1950 ZBT National Convention and
being its delegate to the Interfra-
ternitv Council for two years. In
an editor-in chief of the \L
vijw comes after he held th *, *
of executive editor, member",??1
,1 convention. M.chaeU' election EdUorIal Stftff and J'^f th.
Delta, la* fraternity, serving as
clerk of the chapter and as chapter
rer*escnlative to last year's nation-
The Young Adult League of the uwj wwmu .. .- j------
Greater Miami JewiaO Community the IFC. he was chairman of two from the College ft Arts and Sci-
Center will be host- at a nrinv major committees and was elect- ences at the University of Florida
dance at the Floridian Hotel on
Sunday. August 23rd 8 p.m. The
swim-dances at the Floridian I
are held on alternate Sunday
lb with an informal dance at
the Jewish Community Center
3uilding 450 SW 16th Avenue. Mi
on the intervening Sunday
-even::
Burton M. Mknmtlt
man of the University of Florida
Christmas Seal Drive.
Upon his graduation in 1952,
Sharti Chapter Mealing
u-d 2235 SW
stess at the
n gular of Sharet
B'ritfa Youns Worn-
August 25th, at
ed as delegate to the National In- with a Bachelor of Science degree
terfraternity Conference Conven- with honors. Michaels was elected
tion in 1951 to the societies of Phi Beta Kappa
U a freshman, he was elected and Phi Kappa Phi. At the corn-
to Phi Eta Sigma, honorary schol- pletion of his first year m the Col-
fraternity, and held the post lege of Law. Michaels was co-recipi-
of vice president of the chapter, ent of the Harrison Company's an-
The major posts in student govern- nual award for top grades in the
ment Michaels held before his en- freshman class. He directed the
trv into law >chool were member Appellate Moot Court program in
of the I.vceum Council, the 5 man the law college and served as
student Board that provides the chairman of the Placement Com-
campus with it- cultural entertain- mittee for the Fifth Circuit of the
ment v -tant Secretary American Law Students' Associa-
oi Labor in the Student Body Pres- tion.
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mfCii AUGUST 21, 1953
^JcwHirhrkttmn
PAGE 13
tobbi Horowitz Named Boys' Dean
it Hebrew Academy For Fall Class
Babbi Morris Horowitz, educator
[ A nsVcho!ogist and widely known
knd ps>cnii iTnitPrt
both m
, Israel and the United
, has boon appointed to the
Ed of can of Boys of the He
Lcw Academy for the coming sc-
Kcr H was announced this week
IJ lab'bil Alexander S. Gross, pnn-
ipal.
In announcing the appointment,
Rabbi Gross said that the rapid
expansion of the Academy and the
increased registration in the high-
er grades of the Elementary De-
partment had necessitated the ap-
pointment.
In accepting the post. Rabbi Hor-
owitz said, "I am looking forward
to working with the student body
of this school which has already
won the acclaim of many Jewish
educators. Firmly believing in the
future of American Jewish educa-
tion, I shall try to help develop
the harmonious and well-adjusted
personalities which are so vitally
needed in our society today."
Rabbi Horowitz, a native of Wis-
consin and graduate of the Rab-
binical College of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, has previously been on the
staff of Maimonides Academy, Bos-
ton, Massachusetts. He spent three
years itf Israel as instructor of Tal-
mud and Jewish Philosophy at
Yeshiva B'nai Akiba, a talmudic
seminary sponsored by Hapoel Ha
Mizrachi in Israel.
Prior to his arrival at Miami
Beach, Rabbi Horowitz took cours-
es leading to the Masters degree
at Northwestern University, after
having graduated from Roosevelt
College, Chicago, Illinois, where he
majored in educational psychology.
Rabbi Horowitz and his family
are now residing on Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 2
Cantor Breeh Will
Officiate At Beth B

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sree* hat rafctew
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H- ** far .i*iataed
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
:mnt Sam
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
'hold MHatBwl Friday exemng at
6 90 p nh Rabbi **v M Lnd
M *ini assisted by
md n*xd Ragiey and >-'n
-
at J a t Satard
ti of the Torah
read Jo**
be the topic of Rabbi Laadman"s
mmi at 10.30 am The >
Group will meet at 6 pm Its smN
jeet ^
Min-
scbedaled for tf
-
ItRwPtJ BETH SHOLOM
MS at
khi Leo* Kroa-
and preaching the
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6 paa. S*:*rda> Mmr.
A' am Miav-
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dw& Dai> Senico are at M.
. 5ATH ISRAEL HEBREW
wwSTTTVTE Frawa? eve-
. pa Satar-

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*.-o.-w tocki at pm. Mr
j. i i taaag services at
. ttaacfca wifl he
I n. Datfe *mf are
I is. awd T
Bar Mitrvah on: Eiul. Month Of
Preparation Mincha will be at
6.30 p.m. Daily services are held
..: T 30 am., and 6 45 pm

TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
rvicca at 8 30 p.m. Rab-
.iciate and
ssi What Time Is It. Mem-
Judaea Girls
participate in the serv-
ice Kidc. ** recited by
Michael Goodman. Parents of the
child: MR the One*
Shabbat Reverend Mordechai Haa!-
rean will chant the liturgy during
the Saturday morning service at
. m. Rabbi Shapin> will dis-
r.< Weekly Portion. Daily
.es are at 9 im

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 630 pm Saturday morning
services are at 9 am Mincha will
be at 6 pm. followed by ShaJos
Seodos.

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ktM at 8 15 pm.. with J. Rosecfeld
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+Jewlsttkvktlnr>
PAGE 15
LEGAL WOTICE
"d ," the fictitious name of
kfXsHKK MKAT MAKKKTS.
K- ,'<; S-W. th Street,
Pf rl.r Intend to register said
M hi Clerk f the Circuit
r",ll5ftde County, Florida.
"' iiKit:man dale
\| \X WHIN
\\ I I.I. I AM WALTER
SOI, MALTER
llARP B MANDDBB
EPv for partnership
I :i I _________^
tfrjruNDER FICTITIOU8
,,T NAME LAW
r it~ HEREBY GIVEN that
atcned, desiring to engage In
...I,, the fictitious name of
IaTY Hit' >S in 1200 N.W. 2lst
I* Miami. Florida, Intends to
Mid name *'th the Clerk of
ir.uil t'ourt of Dade County,
"' ERNEST J. riOWATY
y)T SILVER & MCLLOY
Jievn for I'inwaty Bros.
1-28 '* ____________________
ff^E UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
hCE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Iderilgm-'l. desiring to engage In
L. unil. i Hi-' fictitious name of
1-PAI.VS ACTS., at 1110 19th
I Miami Reach, Florida, intend
* Miil name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
HERMANN LUBLINKKI
MARTHA 1.CBL1NSKI
JAM I. BRENNER
f,,r ||, iinaiin and
Liililinskl
I
R UEN'N is no longer con-
with ii" Three Captains Flsh-
RNARIJ TKACHTENBERO,
Owner
\n-2_____________________________
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
- gned, desiring to engage In
,1, r ill,* fictitious name of
>s ASSOCIATB8, at IS50
, Street, intend to register
Kith Hi,- Clerk of the Clr-
,f hi.l.. County, Florida.
i IMS S BACON
\ ERNETTB S. BACON
LER A QAR8
yi for Applicant!
22nd Av.-nue
I '.' I
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HOE I.- HEREBY OIVEN that
ned, desiring to engage In
mder the fictitious name of
,vS IIAIIKL MoKTOAGE COM-
N In, at 12 McAllister Ar-
reglster said name
k "f Ihe Circuit Court of
ounty, Florida.
INHUMAN BABEL, Sole owner
TJ1.2S
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E If HEREBY GIVEN that
prslgned. desiring to engage In
Ihe ( titious name of
I'M TAINS FISHERIES, at
V. -ih si Miami, Intends to
' nh the Clerk of
cult Court of Dade County,
lERNARD TltACHTENBERO
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IND FOR DADE COUNTY,
|DA IN PROBATE. No. 30S95-A
1 ITK I IF
' FltlEDMANN. Deceased
Or CE TO CREDITORS
i All Persona Hav-
i indj Afainat Sard
f you, are hereby
r to present any
which you, or
i\ e against the
*' Al" I'll FlUEMtANN. de-
Mlaml Beach, Dade
to ihe Hmi County
County, and file the
|!n Hi, r ..ffU-e In the County
Hade County, Florida,
I' i In inontha from the
If Ihe first puhllcatlon hereof.
( demand* to contain
' ih. claimant and
I presented as afore-
1 will !,. barred. See Sec-
thi I9J1 Probate Act.
F-umisI II, A D. 1953.
MARIE K. FRIEDMANN,
A Executrix of the Estate of
AlM.l.iH ERIEDMANN.
... Deceased.
P. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
ley for Executrix
fc-bold Hldg, Miami, Fla.
1-2H 9. |
LEGAL NOTICE
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I- NAME LAW
} IS HEREBY OIVEN that
perkiKned. desiring to engage In
< r the fictitious name of
T. SALES, at 47 N.E. 14th
Miami Intend to register said
> the Clerk of the Circuit
and
I'v imi Applicants
f"l"ni Hldg
I 4
|TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,. NAME LAW
Is HEREBY GIVEN that
*ned, desiring to engage In
' Hi" fictitious name of
< HlltoPRACTIC CLINIC, at
, Miami Beach, In-
I I name with the
I" i Ircult Court of Dade
T. Florida
Im )VI'-BL'R M. WISHNBR
r-1' ItEKNICK
m Wlshner
|TlCE ^N.!?ER FICTITIOUS
...., NAME LAW
, : "KREBT GIVEN that
'! -Ii ing to engage In
I ; ',';: '""'oub name of
1- '., AI'TS., at 600-610-620
\i.', .mi H'ch. Fla., Intend
''I name with the Clerk
""It Court of Dade County.
BARau!. I!'""'-RMAN
I* ; i,.:i''''"'"MAN, his wife
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161M7
I.ANNIE BAIHMUKE, Plaintiff
VB.
WILLIE HAISMolti;, IVfendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: WII.I.IE BAI8MORE,
address unknown.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint lor invoice has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
Jl to serve a copy of your Answer or
leading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's attorney, HEN EHHEN
S23 Keybold Building, Miami, I1,,n,ia[
and file the orlKlnal Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of th.
Circuit Court on or before the 21st
day of September, 19.13. If you fall
to Co so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Mill ,,f Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 17th day of August, 1953
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
Attorney for Plain tiff
S23 Seybold rtulldlng, Miami, Florida
R/21-28 9/4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2622s
RE: ESTATE OF
HERMAN B GROSSMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge ns EXECUTOR- of
the estate of HERMAN B. GROSS-
MAN, deceased: and that on the 1st
day of September, 193S. I will apply
to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWL-
1NO, County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final re-
port and for final discharge ns EX-
ECUTOR of the Will of HERMAN B.
GROSSMAN, deceased.
This 30th day of July, 1953.
/a/ GEORGE GROSSMAN
Executor of the Estate of
Herman B. Grossman, deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Estate
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BON-VILLA, at 644 Lenox Avenue,
Miami Beach, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JACOB SILVEKMAN
ARTHUR SAVIN
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30600 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN IEI.I.MAN. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of BENJAMIN I'l.'I.I.MAN, de-
ceased 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
( aleiidar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date August 7th, A.D. IMI
OI'SSIE FEU.MAN,
Surviving Spouse
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Surviving Spouse
> 14-21-28 9/4
LEGAL NOTICE
- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30836 B
In Re: ESTATE OP
KRK'K ALEXANDER, I eased
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 ERICK ALEXANDER, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of
the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented aa aforesaid,
or same will be barred.
Date August 4, A.D. 1953,
CATHERINE ALEXANDER
Aa Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
ERICK AI.JSXANDER.
Deceased.
PALLOT. SILVER A MULLCY
701 Congress Building, Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executrix
/7-14-I1-28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30811-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
IRENE AI'lJOR, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against tho
estate of IRENE ADDER, deceased
late of Had, County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In then
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
Calendar months from the dale of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred
Date July 29, A.D. 1953
RUDOLPH H AIH.ER,
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
IRENE ADDER, Deceased.
OE -'. TAI.IANOFP
Attorney for executor
7/U 8/7-14-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
' DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28404
RE: ESTATE OF
wft-r.B.,BI M "ERMAN, Deceased
0T,.CJLOF INT*NTI0N TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herein given thai vv.-
have filed our final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executors of
the estate of ALBERT M. HERMAN
deceased: and that on the 3i>th day
of Sep..nil,..,, |9r,3. will apply to the
Honorable W. P, BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, hlorlda, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executors of the
Estaie of ALBERT M HERMAN, de-
ceased.
This 18th day of August. 1953.
WALTER C. KOVNER
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
i o-exeeutors and Attorneys
for the Estate ,,r
ALBERT If. BERMAN.
8/21-28 9/4-1, a**-*.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28314.B
RE: ESTATE OF
STEPHEN OENCHEFF,
also known as
STOYAN OENCHEFF.
also known as
STOIAN OENCHEFF, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator Cum
Testament,, Annex,, of the estate of
STEPHEN OENCHEFF, n/k/a .STOY-
AN OENCHEFF. a/k/a BTOIAN
OENCHEFF, deceased; and that on
the 24th day of September. 1953, will
apply to the Hononrble FRANK B.
DoWLlNG. County JjMDre of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator Cum Testamento An-
nexo of the Estate of STEPHEN
GENi'HKFF, a/k/a STOYAN OEN-
CHEFF, a/k/a STOIAR OENCHEFF,
deceased.
This 18th day of August, 1953.
LB) 8HEINER. Administrator
c.t.a. of Estate of Stephen
Gencheff, a/k/a Stoyan
Oencheff, a/k/a Stolan Gencheff
SHEINER A SPIELER
Attorneys for
l-con Sheiner, Administrator c.t.a.
304 Roper Building. Miami 32. Florida
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30713
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEF WEINSTOCK. Deceased
To AH Creditors and All persona 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 JOSEF WEINSTOCK, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County; and file the same in
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date August 3rd. A.D. 1953.
FANNY WEINSTOCK.
also known aa
FRANCES WEINSTOCK,
As Administratrix C.T.A.
of the Estate of
JOSEF WEINSTOCK,
1 eased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney! tor Administratrix
8/7-14-11-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, IN
CHANCERY. No. 161685
JESSIE WILLIAMS and
MILDRED WILLIAMS, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
PBRRINE CHANT LAND COMPANY,
a Florida Corporation, and HENRY
\\ II.I.IAMS AND WILLIAMS,
his wife. If any. Defendants.
NOTICE 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 and _....... WILLIAMS.
his wife. If any, not known to be
dead or alive;
AND ALSO, 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 all other and un-
known persons having or claim-
ing to have any right, title or
interest In the property which
Is the subject matter of this
ault, said property lying and be-
ing in Dade County. V lorlda, and
more particularly described as
follows:
Lot 10 In Flock 3 of SOUTH
PERRINE SUBDIVISION, ac-
cording to the Flat thereof re-
corded In Plat Hook 3, at Page
66. of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
TOO AND EACH OF TOU are hereby
notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
Plaintiffs above named, for the pur-
pose of quieting title of the plaintiffs.
In and l" the propert) involved here-
in.,hove dannrlnafl
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND
IRED in file your answer in
said suit on or before the 9th day of
.September. 1953. and In default of
su,h answer, a Decree Pro Confess*
will be entered against you and each
of you.
Dated August 5. 1953
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: M. C. OR KEN,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
821 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
f/7-14-21-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BKLL-AIHK APARTMENTS', at 1036
Drexel Avenue, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
I36 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CORPORATION
I LI -H 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARKER OF MIAMI, at 1038 7lst
Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRIET KERN, Sole Owner
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30639 B
In He: ESTATE OF
LEON GOODMAN, a/k/a
LEON-ALEXANDER GOODMAN.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of LEON GOODMAN, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Midges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the dale of The
first publication h.-reoC Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to aiVf presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. ,,.
Date August 13th. A.D. '1953.
ELIZABETH GOODMAN
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
LEON GOODMAN, Deceased
HAROLD ZINN
Attorney for Elisabeth Goodman
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Stb. AVENUE SUNDRY, at 400 8.W.
8th Avenue, Miami, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
WILLIAM FISCHER
' EVELYNE GRACE WELTON
KE88LBR & OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
4 S.W. 22nd Ave.
| H-L'l-28 9/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ImeliieHs under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL, KOSHER FOOD MAR-
KET, at 1325 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, Fla., Intends to register saM
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK PoMERANTZ, Sle Owner
MALV1N ENOLANDER
Attorney for Owner
311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
8/14-21-28 9/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30395-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES.
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 preswnt any
, -Li I in m and demands which you, or
either of you, may have aKalnsi the
estate of CHARLOTTE F, HOLMES,
deceased late of Fnlrflelil County.
State of Connecticut, to the Hon
FRANK B DOWL1NO, County Judge
of Dade County, and file Ihe same In
hla office) In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date August 6, A.D. 195.1.
WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER
As Ancillary Administrator
C.T.A. of the Estate of
CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES.
Deceased.
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for the Ancillary Estate
8/14-Z1-28 /
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN tnat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLEETWOOD HOMES. at Dade
COUNTY, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAM ORKKNBERO
MAE GRKKNBERO
LESTER B. GREEN BERG
SHEINER & SPIELER
Attorneys for Applicants
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA MORTGAGE BROKERS, ,,t
235 W. Flagler St., Miamb) Intends
to register said name with Ihe Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
IRVING SCSSMAN
BENEDICT KILVERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Ml Seybold Bldg.
i/n-ta 9/4-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fi, titious name of
VICTORIA ROOMING HOUSE, at 537
S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of tne Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NICK STEF. Vi Interest
VICTORIA STEF, /, interest
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Owners
8/21-28 9/4-11
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2S218-B
RE: ESTATE OF
(WEN CUNNINGHAM. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENflUN TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given* that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator, c.t.a. of the estate of OWEN
CI'NNINGHAM. deceased: and that on
the 16th day of September, 1953, I
will apply to the Honorable FRANK
It HOWLING, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of
the Estate of OWEN CUNNINOHAM,
deceased.
This 13th day of August. 1951.
// LEON KAPLAN
Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a.
Estate of
OWEN CUNNINOHAM.
deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
t>oneva for Ancillary Administrator
650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
r.,.l-t.. /4-li
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietltlous name of
NORTH DADE CLIMBING SERVICE
at 12400 Croton Road, Keystone Point.
Miami, Hade County, Florida, Intend*
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County,
Florida.
M W PHILLIPS. JR.
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
Attorney for Appllcnnt
ill Congress Building, Miami, Florida,
8/'Jl-L'S 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fieiiilous name of
JONATHAN P'tST OF FUlRIDA. at
431 Lincoln Rd. and 7128 Collins Ave..
Miami Heach. Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
DANIEL H. HERMAN
ALBERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Daniel H. Herman
740 71st St.. Miami Beach, Fla.
tftl-tt 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the iictitloiis name of
QIINIELA BAR. at IH N W. !7th
Avenue, Miami. Intend to restate'
said name with the clerk of Ihe Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, !-lor Ida.
ARCHIE B. and
SOPHIE VLEREHOME
KE5SI.ER A G Mts
vtr, nj for Applicants
I S W. -2nd Av,-
-i-:"i 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tht undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictltioua name of
WAIKIKI MOTEL, at 18801 Collins
Avenue, Hade County, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DANIEL LIFTER
RENNET M LIFTER
Attorney for Applicant
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
8 7-14-21 --JX
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictltioua name of
PENNY Post OF FLORIDA at v:,t-
ious locations In I>ade County. Flor-
ida, with Its principal place of busi-
ness at 7128 Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the (Ir-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
DANl'-t. H. HERMAN
ALBERT L. ROSEN d
Attorney for Daniel H. Herman
740 71st St.. Miami Beach, Fla.
8/21-28 9/4-11
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?AGE4 +Jeistncr&t*r___ •DAY. AUGUST \\ rJenisrfkriJiir M OmCE omd KANT 120 N. £ Sixth She* £S ^ 2 :i4l **M During The Week. ... \ i $ e T LEO MIND LIN MI |mu< I** **•"', HWWWW^^'VXWWJWw Friday. Auga* 21. 1953 ::-: :: %  '-'%  -r tak be : :;* Vel-emer. ~ ..... 7SS5 J?.-JW" nan* fen. ~z %  x %  : ----:=:.—-----:~ --% %  r-5?_==.: rr.d the 3 e zr.; *r..:rnow z^-zs .U;J to the — v zke aaneeck M : Jie :er=-::.:-:= '_'££? ::: z:_:Mopes 3e:pet _-r.r.r : _as Hat World ka f t an CJOBBBMi seaa&crii B Sere.r w'mrh er.dec lar week e-r. thca Ut WJC :e:r_-rr. a) BppOsss&OB. %  (ha :errrr_r-r :: Sermmv r. tze "A'ererr. icwers. I ALWAYS FIND IT •HOST plt m nHI, 0 talk to „ „„ politics and society For Use M part the pnfewioiui insincere. He s forever in the process of trying to fmd out Number 31 *< hun ,0 Md buMl r *** "* • *** %  knows mJhf' All ol thi sums up to caricature rather than sincerity AsZi situation is nude feneral. and the politician can hide behind A? est cloak of dignified history. Q %  The artist is. by contrast, almost always frank, and he his observations an exciting sort of e nd ts writsm that makes the particular He excuses his inadequacies, his lack of insight into a field about which he knows nothing, and then p r oc ee ds to make the most astute r e marks that carry with them a tone of cy rather than speculation and that are accurate because kkc into account humanity at larse — a factor eooveniently ignored by the politician. Such was the case with Henriette Micbelson who spent the last feu weeks in Miami with her student, the Israeli pianist Ora Rottenberg Miss Mtcbeison came to \i-it her sister. Mrs. Marie Volpe. concert manager for the UnrrerMty Symphony Orchestra, and to present Miss Rottenberg in a reading of the Grieg Piano Concerto at the ninth pop concert last Sunday evening Mis life revolves around musk She was a teacher at Julliard a] York for some forty years, retired and moved to Jerusalem fotri / •Sit ft*ar*ti t MkMm ... sshcMsciMs isa '--^nsr Se—— S:-. %  -"—..-—ec v-z-.zt —* ~-r :.::*: r_ -_— — z^.zz e.er-: rxesct --' : z (snail C-:n—et= w-ebe --'•" %  ""--POssand a :e=:..-_;'--r --_-e The <-r*nndbrfakini "-* =** r—A. rmrase me Us mig > of V w -; -*:z7-z.zzr:*wry ;— w t -^ ? z _... ._e p -_ _, r£e %  %  r: —-Adhrisjory 3-;_ir_ r.ere 2s well tss ^ _^-'• *rbe = =.•t. K r. .-re e _i;---.: --s -?^*et:ds to be c=,e i: {?".5 ~:~ ~'-' — —''-' "%  'is-zry :.-_* r.c^se •*-_ oe gc-jier^.r p: he -j_*—-_ e r v'y -s we., -s :~ LT.-V —: .'>-• t; oe :;-r;-e.s --e -IssJ kiT.h or. v.--.:-e : beerive:_v.r..the schDc! s resoec%  smnOB} ^a*i -^c •SIS^W SS5S prene-t e. House wu. -;^e .j : "t '.".e -•.-.e: re'.T •'" -• '' ..r ^ "These Are Perfect to Use Against Israel" Another < ha lion*! ng Stop Pres-.der.t E.ser.hcwer hes done it cgain. Just •• r.er. I see—.ec ssfll rr.ocy people who suppcr.ed hin: irst Noveniber were beginning to vc.ee --srppc..-.tn-.er.t m his fiist lew months in crhce the President ccne out with two major stands that have since served largely to heater. e fearlessly liberal-tl^nkina American public. Both of these stands were made within days of the cd>oumment of the recent ConTressjonoi session. r-ls victory hi the initial phase of the battle -zzzz^K -be inecuihes of the McCarran Act wun nj spenscrsh-p and the passage of the Eaieroe^cy Lrr^r.-gratjon Act is by now common knowiecoe. And this week, even as he wns vacrrjcn_r_r m Cciorndo. President tusenncwer anncuncec tbe esaablishment of a new ^omntune* a_mec at improving the governaien s program ior iceeptng b discrimination —nanra paid ior by Federal fund*. Tbe PresBoennas mas within c brief period. do*wss two major issues that had led to numerous uniorrunaie -em aiks and irresponsmie charges durmg me 1952 election campci7r_We mx r a oeneroDy conceded that -*mocrcrac deieat w 3 attributed, among other mings. to tbe perry's support of FEPC and its uru_nch_ng njavewui o: the McCarran Immi^ uhoc Am We olso feel that many conservarve-minoec Amer-.cans vot t for President Eisenncwer ^ ^e genuine belief that he would' so JLM or notmng cbcut these issues. The Presidents cbecdy responsible for an "-_:-=-=. -.4.0: Hpi i ^o w:: :c „ e ""• ^^ r -~ e -~-= -2S aunng the next two years Ar_e :-_y z s-.ri. number of them ^-ewi ;: a perhaps an indication of fur-' %  z*: txtu-. :.-.e ior many Jewish displaced persons anr. p_.r : ex^es. -^ ^j* -*".*"** "" lotion to the T^ „'~ t ---: :-*-"-pracuce*. While -a -. .T^^*" 0 *?* hm,ii 7 be construed Z-. -'•• for a national. esnu. zxzzm zxzrzzzzz t_--# • ~-i.. tmrtrf a*— ''" "5 "^ ,0 t: munr-ara" -~^"" workers on Fed..." ~^' "-•— %  "•** an indicarion %  ^^~ _aenn,cwer S rurrent thinking in' THIS MIGHT SEEM RATHER STRANGE for a person wboatj tural roots are so thoroughly European and whose physical bossj America since migrating here from Russia at the Ian • f the i Miss Micbelson would rather talk about music than anything She can recall a meeting with the Viennese Jewish con j„-ctor< Gustav Mahler in the early 1900s and speak of it with relist.' observations on interpretation and technique in muycal perfo might go on for hours. And next to talking about anisic or pa Beethoven sonata on the piano, it is certain that the would i ii.-tening to it in concert or on a phonograph Thus her retirement might have found her returning to I to the Vienna she knew as a student and to the shadow of AM ductor Mahler whose interpret it as mi she feels are unparalleled at time But Miss Micbelson chose Israel, raatead This turn of i was strange because she admits to her youthful alienation fron j tradition and cultare. There was %  "" %  ; in her ch..Jhood aw{ environment that established for her a relationship with Judaisai she subsequently married out of her religion. The change ia Miss Micbelson says, came with the rise of Hitler. "I don't blame him." she said, "for those six million soak af the others who stood by and let him get away with it Hitler i should have had the gall, otherwise.*' And so it was that this woke in her what Miss Micbelson calls a "subconscious identi with my people." Now. residing in Israel, she is expeneonajl beginnings of a land reborn. Her remarks on privation there sstt a people whose taxi drivers include former attorneys, physwini professors, could never begin to be as charmingly delineated by f non-creative personality. Miss Micbelson spends her days high up in her studio flat I over the Jerusalem hills, studying, practicing and teaching of the Musk Academy. Still, the stresses of the political world I to her by intuitive participation in all aspects of the Jewish i development. Israel's conflict with the Arab League, she say*, si, less keenly than in Europe and America where political and diplomatic intrigue in the area are eternally weighed as the general clamor for power between East and West But the i balance which the youthful nation lamtiini ia its relationshist' the United States and the USSR is a significant factor nukkuj ** fluence felt on the dairy scene. Most Israelis. Miss Micbelson' J while showing a marked favoritism toward the Western world, I the less dread the prospect of an open alliance again.-1 Russia.'] Soviet is the original home of so aaaay of their families, and toe?! away from the prospect of a division among "brothers. ** .. msfTjaobry enter %  ; e. f a living philosophy as we. -' OsswRssn MMtaTf nleas one because it the FTPC debate, for" ; ra a1e d crjnination in FedTne PreeaoW^ii^i?* mamd l rights. Po^^thoTa^ to id ~** £"* STILL. HER MUSICAL INTERESTS OUTWEIGH ill othrrv Miss Michelson's observations on the new state returned to the i life there No specifically indigenous Israeli music has as yet-All of it reflects the influence of the many countries from "*** %  composers have come But the predominant influence is Gernut_ this regard, she recalled the unfortunate attack on Jascha HeifeU"* he persisted in his efforts to play a violin sonata by Richard St during his recent concert tour despite the government s warnis* W> told him" Miss Micbelson said, "but HeifeU didat ttkr seriously and later excused himself by saying that the gotJ had informed him about it too late and that he could not sub *nother work in tune It seems unlikely with his repertoire, the international press setae on the incident and give Israel to Propagandist* black eye?" Apparently, with few exceptions, all Israelis were quite rassed and terribly ashamed. Miss Nicholson explained But this* Of heated loyalty is only another manifestation of th? wuthful r pride and its will to survive. Right now. Miss Michelson's main concern is tbe Jerusalem emy of Music end iu woeful shortage of instruments and *•** %  *, tenal Miss Rottenberg is a student there, and if her perform*"! the Grieg Concerto Sunday evening is any indication of the teda— with wh.eh others are being imbued at the arhooL then fhe • %  is a painful one. indeed Cultural privation is as serious m ~ Poverty, and its place in the general advance of human end**"' most often outstrip the worth of physical wealth It would be nice if Miss Michelson's short ag es could *U*vated in the near future by a few of us



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[..v AUGUST 21. 1953 +Jewlsttkvktlnr> PAGE 15 LEGAL WOTI CE d ," „ the fictitious name of kfXsHKK MKAT MAKKKTS. K,'•<; S-W. th Street, Pf rl .r Intend to register said M hi % %  Clerk f the Circuit r ", ll 5ftde County, Florida. "' iiKit: MAN DALE \| \X WHIN \\ I I.I. I AM WALTER SOI, MALTER llARP B MANDDBB E P v for partnership I :i I _^ tfrjruNDER FICTITIOU8 ,,T NAME LAW r it ~ HEREBY GIVEN that atcned, desiring to engage In ...I,, the fictitious name of IATY Hit' >S in 1200 N.W. 2lst I* Miami. Florida, Intends to Mid name *'th the Clerk of %  ir.uil t'ourt of Dade County, "' ERNEST J. riOWATY Y) T SILVER & MCLLOY Jievn for I'inwaty Bros. 1-28 • '* ff^E UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW h CE is HEREBY OIVEN that Iderilgm-'l. desiring to engage In L. unil. i Hi-' fictitious name of 1-PAI.VS ACTS., at 1110 19th I Miami Reach, Florida, intend M iil name with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, HERMANN LUBLINKKI MARTHA 1.CBL1NSKI JAM I. BRENNER f,,r ||, iinaiin and Liililinskl I R UEN'N is no longer conwith ii" Three Captains Flsh%  RNARIJ TKACHTENBERO, %  Owner \n-2 •TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW BCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that gned, desiring to engage In ,1, r ill,* fictitious name of >s ASSOCIATB8, at IS50 Street, intend to register Kith Hi,Clerk of the Clr,f hi.l.. County, Florida. i IMS S BACON \ ERNETTB S. BACON LER A QAR8 %  yi for Applicant! 22nd Av.-nue I '.' I ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HOE I.HEREBY OIVEN that ned, desiring to engage In %  mder the fictitious name of ,vS IIAIIKL MoKTOAGE COMN In, at 12 McAllister Arreglster said name k "f Ihe Circuit Court of ounty, Florida. INHUMAN BABEL, Sole owner TJ1.2S ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •E If HEREBY GIVEN that prslgned. desiring to engage In Ihe ( %  titious name of I'M TAINS FISHERIES, at V. -ih si Miami, Intends to nh the Clerk of cult Court of Dade County, lERNARD TltACHTENBERO IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IND FOR DADE COUNTY, |DA IN PROBATE. No. 30S95-A 1 ITK I IF FltlEDMANN. Deceased Or CE TO CREDITORS i All Persona Hav%  %  i % %  indj Afainat Sard %  f you, are hereby r to present any which you, or i\ e against the %  Al" I'll FlUEMtANN. deMlaml Beach, Dade to ihe Hmi County County, and file the |!n Hi, r ..ffU-e In the County Hade County, Florida, I' i In inontha from the If Ihe first puhllcatlon hereof. ( demand* to contain ih. claimant and I presented as afore1 • will !,. barred. See Secthi I9J1 Probate Act. F-umisI II, A D. 1953. MARIE K. FRIEDMANN, A Executrix of the Estate of AlM.l.iH ERIEDMANN. „ ... Deceased. P. HEIMAN ft KAPLAN ley for Executrix fc-bold Hldg, Miami, Fla. 1-2H — 9. | LEGAL NOTICE ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I„NAME LAW %  } '• IS HEREBY OIVEN that perkiKned. desiring to engage In < r the fictitious name of T. SALES, at 47 N.E. 14th Miami Intend to register said •> the Clerk of the Circuit and I'v IMI Applicants f"l"ni Hldg I 4 |TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,. NAME LAW Is HEREBY GIVEN that *ned, desiring to engage In Hi" fictitious name of < HlltoPRACTIC CLINIC, at Miami Beach, InI I name with the I" •• i Ircult Court of Dade T. Florida IM ) VI '-BL'R M. WISHNBR r1 ItEKNICK M Wlshner | TlCE ^ N .!? ER FICTITIOUS %  ...., NAME LAW :„ "KREBT GIVEN that '!• -Ii ing to engage In I ; ',';: '" %  "•'OUB name of 1' '., AI'TS., at 600-610-620 \i.', mi H 'ch. Fla., Intend %  •'•I name with the Clerk ""It Court of Dade County. %  BARAU I! '""'-RMAN I* ; i,. :i '''•'"'"MAN, his wife IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 161M7 I. ANNIE BAIHMUKE, Plaintiff VB. WILLIE HAISMolti;, IVfendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: WII.I.IE BAI8MORE, address unknown. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint lor invoice has been filed against you, and you are requirJ l to serve a copy of your Answer or leading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, HEN EHHEN S23 Keybold Building, Miami, I1,,n,ia[ and file the orlKlnal Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of th. Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of September, 19.13. If you fall to Co so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Mill ,,f Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 17th day of August, 1953 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN, ESQ., Attorney for Plain tiff S23 Seybold rtulldlng, Miami, Florida R/21-28 — 9/4-11 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 2622s RE: ESTATE OF HERMAN B GROSSMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge ns EXECUTORof the estate of HERMAN B. GROSSMAN, deceased: and that on the 1st day of September, 193S. I will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWL1NO, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge ns EXECUTOR of the Will of HERMAN B. GROSSMAN, deceased. This 30th day of July, 1953. /a/ GEORGE GROSSMAN Executor of the Estate of Herman B. Grossman, deceased MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorneys for Estate • 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BON-VILLA, at 644 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACOB SILVEKMAN ARTHUR SAVIN 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30600 B In Re: ESTATE OF BENJAMIN IEI.I.MAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of BENJAMIN I'l.'I.I.MAN, 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 ( aleiidar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August 7th, A.D. IMI OI'SSIE FEU.MAN, Surviving Spouse MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Surviving Spouse > 14-21-28 — 9/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30836 B In Re: ESTATE OP KRK'K ALEXANDER, I %  eased 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 ERICK ALEXANDER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August 4, A.D. 1953, CATHERINE ALEXANDER Aa Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ERICK AI.JSXANDER. Deceased. PALLOT. SILVER A MULLCY 701 Congress Building, Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Executrix •/7-14-I1-28 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30811-A In Re: ESTATE OF IRENE AI'lJOR, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against tho estate of IRENE ADDER, deceased late of Had, County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In then offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight Calendar months from the dale of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred Date July 29, A.D. 1953 RUDOLPH H AIH.ER, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of IRENE ADDER, Deceased. OE -'. TAI.IANOFP Attorney for executor 7/U — 8/7-14-21 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 28404 RE: ESTATE OF wft-r. B £ B I M "ERMAN, Deceased 0T, C JL OF INT *NTI0N TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is herein given thai vv.have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executors of the estate of ALBERT M. HERMAN deceased: and that on the 3i>th day of Sep..nil,..,, |9r,3. will apply to the Honorable W. P, BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, hlorlda, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executors of the Estaie of ALBERT M HERMAN, deceased. This 18th day of August. 1953. WALTER C. KOVNER MILTON R. MANNHEIMER i o-exeeutors and Attorneys for the Estate ,,r ALBERT If. BERMAN. 8/21-28 9/4-1, a**-*. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28314.B RE: ESTATE OF STEPHEN OENCHEFF, also known as STOYAN OENCHEFF. also known as STOIAN OENCHEFF, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator Cum Testament,, Annex,, of the estate of STEPHEN OENCHEFF, n/k/a .STOYAN OENCHEFF. a/k/a BTOIAN OENCHEFF, deceased; and that on the 24th day of September. 1953, will apply to the Hononrble FRANK B. DoWLlNG. County JjMDre of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo of the Estate of STEPHEN GENi'HKFF, a/k/a STOYAN OENCHEFF, a/k/a STOIAR OENCHEFF, deceased. This 18th day of August, 1953. LB) 8HEINER. Administrator c.t.a. of Estate of Stephen Gencheff, a/k/a Stoyan Oencheff, a/k/a Stolan Gencheff SHEINER A SPIELER Attorneys for l-con Sheiner, Administrator c.t.a. 304 Roper Building. Miami 32. Florida 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30713 In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEF WEINSTOCK. Deceased To AH Creditors and All persona 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 JOSEF WEINSTOCK, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County; and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date August 3rd. A.D. 1953. FANNY WEINSTOCK. also known aa FRANCES WEINSTOCK, As Administratrix C.T.A. of the Estate of JOSEF WEINSTOCK, 1 „•, eased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorney! tor Administratrix 8/7-14-11-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 161685 JESSIE WILLIAMS and MILDRED WILLIAMS, his wife. Plaintiffs, PBRRINE CHANT LAND COMPANY, a Florida Corporation, and HENRY \\ II.I.IAMS AND WILLIAMS, his wife. If any. Defendants. NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: HENRY WILLIAMS, and WILLIAMS, his wife, If living, and whose addresses are unknown: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against HENRY WILLIAMS and WILLIAMS. his wife. If any, not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO, as to each of the above named defendant individuals. If they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such defendants. AND ALSO all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest In the property which Is the subject matter of this ault, said property lying and being in Dade County. V lorlda, and more particularly described as follows: Lot 10 In Flock 3 of SOUTH PERRINE SUBDIVISION, according to the Flat thereof recorded In Plat Hook 3, at Page 66. of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida. TOO AND EACH OF TOU are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the Plaintiffs above named, for the purpose of quieting title of the plaintiffs. In and l" the propert) involved herein.,hove dannrlnafl YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND IRED in file your answer in said suit on or before the 9th day of .September. 1953. and In default of su,h answer, a Decree Pro Confess* will be entered against you and each of you. Dated August 5. 1953 E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: M. C. OR KEN, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 821 Seybold Building Miami, Florida f/7-14-21-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BKLL-AIHK APARTMENTS', at 1036 Drexel Avenue, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I36 WASHINGTON AVENUE CORPORATION I LI -H — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARKER OF MIAMI, at 1038 7lst Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRIET KERN, Sole Owner 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30639 B In He: ESTATE OF LEON GOODMAN, a/k/a LEON-ALEXANDER GOODMAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of LEON GOODMAN, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Midges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale of The first publication h.-reoC Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to aiVf presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. ,,. Date August 13th. A.D. '1953. ELIZABETH GOODMAN As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of LEON GOODMAN, Deceased HAROLD ZINN Attorney for Elisabeth Goodman 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Stb. AVENUE SUNDRY, at 400 8.W. 8th Avenue, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida WILLIAM FISCHER EVELYNE GRACE WELTON KE88LBR & OARS Attorneys for Applicants 4 S.W. 22nd Ave. | H-L'l-28 — 9/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In ImeliieHs under the fictitious name of TROPICAL, KOSHER FOOD MARKET, at 1325 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register saM name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK PoMERANTZ, Sle Owner MALV1N ENOLANDER Attorney for Owner 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 8/14-21-28 — 9/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30395-B In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES. 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 preswnt any -Li I in M and demands which you, or either of you, may have aKalnsi the estate of CHARLOTTE F, HOLMES, deceased late of Fnlrflelil County. State of Connecticut, to the Hon FRANK B DOWL1NO, County Judge of Dade County, and file Ihe same In hla office) In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication h ereof. 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 6, A.D. 195.1. WILLIAM EDWARD FISHER As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of the Estate of CHARLOTTE F. HOLMES. Deceased. RICHARD KRIEGER FINK Attorney for the Ancillary Estate 8/14-Z1-28 — •/ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN tnat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLEETWOOD HOMES. at Dade COUNTY, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM ORKKNBERO MAE GRKKNBERO LESTER B. GREEN BERG SHEINER & SPIELER Attorneys for Applicants 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA MORTGAGE BROKERS, ,,t 235 W. Flagler St., Miamb) Intends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. IRVING SCSSMAN BENEDICT KILVERMAN Attorney for Applicant Ml Seybold Bldg. i/n-ta — 9/4-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fi, titious name of VICTORIA ROOMING HOUSE, at 537 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of tne Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NICK STEF. Vi Interest VICTORIA STEF, •/, interest MONROE DIXON Attorney for Owners 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 2S218-B RE: ESTATE OF (•WEN CUNNINGHAM. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENflUN TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given* that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of the estate of OWEN CI'NNINGHAM. deceased: and that on the 16th day of September, 1953, I will apply to the Honorable FRANK It HOWLING, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. of the Estate of OWEN CUNNINOHAM, deceased. This 13th day of August. 1951. /•/ LEON KAPLAN Ancillary Administrator, c.t.a. Estate of OWEN CUNNINOHAM. deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN • t>oneva for Ancillary Administrator 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. r.,.l-t.. — /4-li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietltlous name of NORTH DADE CLIMBING SERVICE at 12400 Croton Road, Keystone Point. Miami, Hade County, Florida, Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida. M W PHILLIPS. JR. RICHARD KRIEGER FINK Attorney for Appllcnnt ill Congress Building, Miami, Florida, 8/'Jl-L'S — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fieiiilous name of JONATHAN P'tST OF FUlRIDA. at 431 Lincoln Rd. and 7128 Collins Ave.. Miami Heach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. DANIEL H. HERMAN ALBERT L. ROSEN Attorney for Daniel H. Herman 740 71st St.. Miami Beach, Fla. tftl-tt — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the iictitloiis name of QIINIELA BAR. at IH N W. !7th Avenue, Miami. Intend to restate' said name with the clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, !-lor Ida. ARCHIE B. and SOPHIE VLEREHOME KE5SI.ER A G Mts vtr, n j for Applicants I S W. -2nd Av,%  -i-:"i — 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tht undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictltioua name of WAIKIKI MOTEL, at 18801 Collins Avenue, Hade County, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DANIEL LIFTER RENNET M LIFTER Attorney for Applicant Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 8 7-14-21 --JX NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictltioua name of PENNY POST OF FLORIDA at v:,tious locations In I>ade County. Florida, with Its principal place of business at 7128 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the (Ircult Court of Dade County. Florida. DANl'-t. H. HERMAN ALBERT L. ROSEN d Attorney for Daniel H. Herman 740 71st St.. Miami Beach, Fla. 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! TW J-wish norldkm • Mb yew legal notleaa. W mw ndat* yon %  l o> t* legal rates. Phone 2-1141 SEITLIN


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PAGE 8 +MnirtntrkB3r FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1953 (lam! Antoftia Klein Weds I*. Hyman Rubitskv CoupleTours Now bngland port. Rhode W-i 'be Empress at Boston and ""^."V*^. ed. with Cantor Irvmg Robinson CUmc in Bostce^Mte S£S •he bride f Orlando. Scboo and G*****""" U V^ K enoff actmg a* soloSchoc a member ofPtu Mrs tan :: :the former Delta EpsaUw and Alpha Oaaega cho*e btteky has been alhe Seed pear tl Officer oc the ISS Benftor. a t .-:-:.• > "; Kev, eher 1* nde a*Kamee4ler -. %  : %  -.. marri* %  fioidiner, V.ilnwitz ter. Jai xjrna Yatoenlx. • :' > ': : :he late Mr* been announced by The I the i Al pn :• De%  aduatently was '. .:: the Th couple plon their tagtoa on October llih : 4 • 4 *.* i| &f A -: Da %  ri i. Crassaaa Jerome Tcmehin Bar j Mitzvah Saturday Jerome Richard Temchin f*JfM come Bar Mitzvah on •'Satmrdjie-, morning at the Hebrew Academy j during the 9 am service. He lathe son of Mr and Mra. MM W. | Temchin. 4850 Biltroore Drive, Cor al Gable*. %  The Bar Mitavah U an eighth. grade -tudent at the Hebrew Acadj emy and belongs to the Coral Cab-1 les Jewish Center Boy Scout Port, j Rabbi Alexander S Grom, Acad j emy principal, will officiate at the cerem>r.> Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Rudman and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Temchin. all of Detroit. HfrMy Jerome Richard's paternal grandfather is Mizrachi leader for three midwestern states V I \ Iand Hri. Hymn • •ftftjkr Double Anniversary Slated Tuesday '• % %  '•• r for a card parTie Beth El Congregation. 500 e. Miami on Bth, 8 pm % %  Will 38th and 5th wed respet I a ; Proe. :air are earmark Children* Villa. Mr* Perr,een preof the DOT Chap.er Mizrach: tor the pan five year, bet of the organsThe card ction % %  ,.-:. I < n a Mrs E.ock are the MesdameI Lieu: crger. Sarah B .•lei. Rachel Sakowitz and Ger *d M tl .c trwde Indgen May Wcisman Weds Daniel Julius Grossman Sunday -an. daughter --ph Klcinman. Z9th Avenue, became Iianiel Julius Gros-sman in a doable nn? ceremor.y at the Jew %  ^t Qakam I' I Sunday, with Rabat Alfred Waxman officiating The groom is the son <>f Mr In Abe ',;.-• >--man. 355 I Miami Beach n in mar: her father. the bnde was attired in a with a white chantilly lace bodice, -iceves and a skirt of tulle augmented by gored :• -• %  "of chantilly lace Over white tttia Her fingertip length veil was of tulle with a tiarra of white Shi carried a carnation • t with a detachable orchid ran of honor w.iMn \uguta Bimber. • oi the bride, attired in a silver bodice and rtola and a UTJ plaid tissue -kirt She carried a pink carnation fx.uquet Bridi were Nancy Ann Bimlx .>f the bride in blue %  \cr pink taffeta. Ellen Grossman and sister. Randa. nieces of the groom %  mill Grossman acted as nun for hi> brother Brian •an nephew of the groom. •*.= riai bearer Soloist waMrs | with MrB Nelson plavin;; the organ. The bride's mother wore a white Chiffon gown over a pattern • print Moddad with rhine Her corsage was of pink cam;* t-tova guests included Mr and MrIrving Weinstein. -r..1 broth, r in law of the bride, and Mi,; Beverly Sterner, niece of the bride Newly veil MrGrossman, a na tive Miamian, attended Miami Jackn B3fk Sx-hooi and is a mem: Star < hapter. B'nai B nth attended *chr,lm Paa, saic. Nee Jerae] ntd il currently associated with the Florida Physi car.Supply Company here. The Grosamam will be at home at 1530 N\V 29th Avenue. Miami after September 1-t IwTMce I. t rumtt Laumence Kramer Is Bar Mitzvah Lawrence L. Kramer, soc of J and Mrs. Bernard S Kramer tJ become Bar Mitrvah on aetal morning. August 22r.d. at gation Beth Jacob Rabbi Mescheloff will offiriate. A reception will follow the r] mony in the Social Hall, and n ner for the immediate faauhr: friends will be ter. ! Hot ,or an Oneg Shabbat. according to an announce ment this week by Eve Glassm.n between 35 and 50 years of age 0HGAMIZATI0HS W:$MiM6 TO IXTIMO MHTINGS IN TNI 01CAN12AT10MAI SICTIO^ TKI 0SH NASN0NAN EDITION of TNf JEWBM H0t!N m tfc*i M at 2-4346. Kt *OS HASHOMAH EDITION Of TNf JlWtW MHMM m "" heir c*py M Mr affkt %  •• totw tfewa Siftaaaher 1st tt t> 'hdie ii tfcci.l sacnoa. Far aeditiMal tolar—Haa cell M*S. THOMfM" Double celebrcrtion. with cake and all was the. r,t~ < .u day last weekend for this happy foi^ Sch^L ^ Commerce; and Fred and Larry RCM !" rf \£ Caa ^^' <* bratmg their first reunion iTmany^ea^ iff Iac^ Cel lire at 173 Northshore Drive. Miami Wh Met •Jl!! I Sliterbood of the North mm Jewh Center wffl have >im membership party at ml Judy Ann Pool Vl Bay Dnvei Miam.Beach.today. uaoVm I„ Ajrg. of the affau u Url Allan o much more than lUSt a greeting the really appropriate New Year's gift J from -ud lARTOJf & Tl>*(to>l>rWkMMli frfi ba w kciUitai fyOcatofbyfaaoM •". DT* Sdwr. C \vm Buioa'a *i*T< CwuMaul Mta %  %  %  HI |2.* •- c^t.aa FT Bmum'g Rml, "^•^ Ur^imr. •Wnhag B f f t ',j f" firtW PUm U UUurmiMg all Bmrum'i AW *OT*iIMmri*v.Mri*K -••.. DO TAtA.* Am.. Br-U,n I, N. Y. fa— frO^SttP*



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)AY. AUGUST 21, 1953 fJewisti fhrldliari PAGE 5 I MCCARTHY THREATENS DEMOCRACY, WRITER SAYS By NATHAN ZIPRIN le never wins an argument a bully with a bludgeon. But Running fight recently on the of the Senate between SenaLehman, of New York, and the ff of Wisconsin may at least to awaken our lawmakers [the country, as well, to the dalous conduct of a politician ke sole weapon is intimidation [character assassination. eting out Communists from rnment is a laudable task. But the methods employed serve ["the reverse purpose, it is time change. If a man from Mars to read our newspapers tofhe would most certainly carry he impression that there are Communists in the United Is than in Russia. And if we reached a point in our polidevelopment where disagreewith men in power stamps las a Red or Communist, our |m has certainly reached a where it is ripe for both and Ked totalitarianism, in case we must quickly repair fences or take the conseces. Isconsin': New Scholarships Listed women between the ages of 18 and 35. According to Ben Sokoloff, exonly reason why he was the target | carries his concept of guilt by asof Lehman's attack was because | sociation to its inexorable concluhe was "damaging the Communist' sion, his foul hand might yet reach cause." If opposition to McCarthy! o ut ,0 Ike himself, for did not Ike and McCarthyism is synonymous s, i in the Sathering of the godless % with Communism there are milj ££" Jj w *"" [ or the J* % .. ,_ ,_ l e rvation of that Americanism % lions of Communists in the United I which the McCarthys and the rest £ States—an appalling and frightful of his ilk will most certainly de-' strnv if th... .,-,. k>i -•%  • 'F NEW YORK — The Hebrew Leadership Foundation this week announced a new series of free scholarships for young men and ecutive director, the scholarships will also include maintenance. The foundation is located at 550 5th Avenue here. A AAAAAAA. thought to contemplate. The Kremlin must really be rejoicing at the prospect of vanquishing us bloodlessly if McCarthy's rantings about Communism in the United States is true. His reckless imputation of leftism and Communism to his opponents certainly is music to the real Communists, since for once they are in such community as Senator Lehman, Happy Harry, the late President Roosevelt, Stevenson and the host of other greats on the American scene who were besmirched by the ugly tongues. Furthermore, if Joe NBC Television Features Orkin's Pest Control Work Industry On Parade, a television show produced by NBC in cooperas bully had the effronUion with the National Association [to call Senator Lehman one of wealthiest men in the Senate. when is it a crime under our km of free enterprise, the best hr world, to be wealthy? Pararly when the wealth has been (Miy earned. Only a fanatic does not believe his. own Is. or to whom basic decencies of Manufacturers, has devoted a part of its Issue No. 147 to the Orkin Exterminating Company. The film portrays the progress made in man's war against insect and rodent pests. The Orkin Company, now operating 241 offices in 24 states, the District of Columbia and the Island nothing, could have shouted, j of Cuba, was founded by Otto OrWisconsin's pigy did, that the j kin in 1901. [mphosarcoma, Leukemia Group ills For Volunteer Workers Here Ibert .1 Zwig, executive direcof the Lv mphosarcoma and lia Sufferers' Relief Asso[>n, this week called for volunworkers to aid the association work here. cently organized, the group formed to hclp v pay i tto&or hospital bills and medicinal for sufferers from these two jrous blood diseases. know of one patient who [been in and out of the hosfive times during the past 11 Ins," Zwig said, "and each for a duration of five to six >. So far, she's had a total pints of blood run into her tig explained that volunteers needed to help bring the story ^mphosarcoma and leukemia to Greater Miami area and to aid Coral Gables Bakery fr ONE of OUK EFFICIENT sim EMBERS Hum WITH rou on TOUR Mtxr FAITY o* GET TOGETHER" Peacock's Qualify Products 2 PONCE DE LEON BLVD CORAL GABLES Phona 4-9159 in the solicitation of contributions for victims of the dread diseases. A non-profit, non-sectarian Florida corporation, the association, according to Zwig, has been giving counsel and proposing measures for the financial welfare and assistance to all sufferers and to arrange for research and medical attention. In addition to Zwig, who is also president, other officers of the association include Judge Sam I. Silver, general counsel; Herman L. Miller, vice president; Mrs. Teresa Toupin, secretary; William J. Malloy, treasurer; and Jesse Lee Bernie, Ervin E. A. Kubert, Fredrick Daw and J. Banks Rose, Board members. THE SOUND OF THE SHOFAR stroy if they are not checked in time? LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ... CHANCERY No. 159593 M.I.A Rl-rtlN BDOBWORTH, Plaintiff < vs. IMlMARD U EDGEWORTH. .._ Defendant „, N .? T,CE BY PUBLICATION TO: RirHAKD I, KIXlKWim !" YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above i-t' 1 ,"..".,'.'! "* r Ve %  co P>" thereof upon KESSI.KR AND OARS, Attornevg for Philntlff, 1782 W. Flatter .St., Miami, Florida, on or before the 24th day of September, 1933. else complaint will be taken an confessed. Dated: August 20, 1933. E. B. LEATHKRHAM, Clerk of Circuit Court !" R y wM**>8TOTK[NOrf (Circuit Court g -"U. i Deputy ChJk 8/21-M — 9/4-11 \ k IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AN AND FOR DADE CflUelTY, FLOR-i IDA. IN CHANCERY. F No. 162021 DOROTHY JANET CTARROL-L, Plaintiff vs. JOHN H. CARROLL, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. JOHN H. CARROLL, Million DolMr Pier, Arkansas and Hoard walk, Atlantic City. New Jersey, are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs attorney, GEOIIDK KASTKNBAl'M, One Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the oriKinnl In l c office of the Clark of the above Court on or before September 21, 1953, or complaint will be taken and confessed. DATED this 19 day of Aua-usi, I',', E. B. LEATHKIiMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By: L. 8NBEDEN (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 3/21--'s 9/4-11 The sound of the Shofar Is the symbol for ushering in the New Year. All of us in America must resolve to try and make this year a happy and prosperous one for our friends and relatives in Israel. We can do this by sending them O.K. Scrip Certificatee that are redeemable at all O.K. etores, situated in Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Haifa, Petach Tikva and Beer Sheva, for the finest and choicest OLAT KOSHER meats, dairy products, and over 200 other scarce food items. Send an O.K. Scrip Certificate today for 15, $10, 15, $20 or $25. You make their hdtlday a happy one OffkM O.K. Scrip agencies art loeotsd" in all key cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. O.K. SCRIP, 120 liberty St., New York 6, N.T. %  nL* Teleohent WH4-0132 local Aaonfs: RABBI ISAAC H. EVER, 525 78th St., Tel. 86-5226, Miami loach F. WEISS, 711 Euclia Ave., Tel. 5-2703, Miami Beach IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 25333 RE: ESTATE OF MORTON HAM PAGAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of [ the estate of MORTON SAM FA'iAN, deceased: and that on the 22nd day of September, 1933. I will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Fkirida. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of MORTON SAM PAUAN. deceased. This 19th day of August, 1953. /s/ EVELYN S. HKltSHBElN. As Administratrix of the Estate of MORTON 8AM FAOAN. deceased MYERS. HE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix 8/21-28 — 9/4-11 KITTY KANE SAYS: SHOP NOW FOR SCHOOL Sit OUR NEW SUB-TEEN fASHIOMS EXCITING VALUES INTO OttM fill "SCN001 OUTrTr" CONTEST FREE KIDDIE MOVIE AUGUST 31st TICKETS FOR THE CHILDREN MAY BE SECURED IY PARENTS AT OUR STORE 1540 Washington Avenue TELEPHONE 58 5656 Miami Beach fWVeV sy<"V^V<*V^''V*V**V^V* > >''^^^ < v ^^ < ^ >< *^ >, ^* %f ONE FIRM ALONE IV VKW QUARTERS MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 5-7668 BUSINESS AS USUAL REALTORS MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER ASSOCIATES. 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PAGE 14 >*~i**nrr**xn_ FRIDAY. AUGUST 2 Cantor Breeh Will Officiate At Beth B %  N hS been i s •sree* hat rafctew Morde,. H** far .i*iataed RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY :mnt Sam \ %  %  • Caar I .->.. %  %  •.-. • .< -. -. ..-. .-.?•..: --. -• S. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will 'hold MHatBwl Friday exemng at 6 90 p nh Rabbi ** v M L nd M *ini assisted by md n*xd Ragiey and >-' n at J a T Satard TI of the Torah read Jo** • be the topic of Rabbi Laadman"s MMI at 10.30 am The > Group will meet at 6 pm Its SMN jeet ^ Minscbedaled for € tf ItRwPtJ BETH SHOLOM MS at khi Leo* Kroaand preaching the • .:> at 6 paa. S*:*rda> Mmr. A' am Miav> .. >*%  dw& Dai> Senico are at M. 5ATH ISRAEL HEBREW wwSTTTVTE Frawa? eve. pa Satar%  %  -•Wwav *.-o.-w tocki at pm. Mr j. i i taaag services at ttaacfca wifl he I n. Datfe *mf are I is. awd T Bar Mitrvah on: Eiul. Month Of Preparation Mincha will be at 6.30 p.m. Daily services are held ..: T 30 am., and 6 45 pm • • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday rvicca at 8 30 p.m. Rab•.iciate and ssi What Time Is It. MemJudaea Girls participate in the service Kidc. ** recited by Michael Goodman. Parents of the child: MR the One* Shabbat Reverend Mordechai Haa!rean will chant the liturgy during the Saturday morning service at m. Rabbi Shapin> will disr.< Weekly Portion. Daily .es are at 9 im • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 630 pm Saturday morning services are at 9 am Mincha will be at 6 pm. followed by ShaJos Seodos. %  • • NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER -: bold Friday evening senrktM at 8 15 pm.. with J. Rosecfeld officiating An One* Shabbat will I follow wader wfca. sponsorship of Mary Upsick ut honor of, her • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION .:: b.:d early Friday ere*awg sentces at 6 45 pm Satur-' morning services are at 8.30 Rev eren d Abraham Setf will semee* and chant the Daily nnitt-> are at S .atd 6*5 pm Get Ahead ... MJke Rmth and T*i Ask about our Save-for-Success Plan Industrial SAYINGS BANK ] At W. FLAGLER ST. LEONARD L. ABESS, PrHidtttf LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH TO PtOHOTE TWtlfT How ID BOSS* ybarHflFE... Tiv awwkwawa it a miamnaar H n aaa nm %  awwawi l*S>* CEN"£ %  t iu are at 9 arnnti Lewcwaae WJI wtfiraawf aawl Uses* "-2* *ee*_? Pwrai w. DaHj .sipei at 8 is.. aj evwaaag mm at -^ r"le 3-MTrC Ai^a Slew Watermam's Mi SAUPOorrar p -=. S.-crv So-ironRwRawcawaw* iwr >owy seawwt ami Je. • •aawhar 19th. aat Baarev S=WAH —** —A hapa ae :-a. ac•' %  -~"""^ I **z %  www T vm." "r-;uD n. ae Jfwwwr wtawB Jwwawa CaawwwwwC]> %  rie iim. T*e Sacc 3nw a <"TT n 9weaw "wjawam wra ie ricwar Iramjer <•_, n ae -^m ?^yii* 2ximg-. T'ae wam aar^iaa at alni w#J| > %  aa^sa i T-aaawl wwaawwa. "** Sh> awl awgea at • %  &IVEHERA SPANKING...Yes,a spanking new attic,miivjow or kitchen £n! "Blow" her to cool mrjio and cocnforoUe dars with RcAldr-made breexs. (And iwolc* olhr, t cooler borne won't be \ut kx r>m to cake, other) Here's the renews: DADi FfKIAL SAV1N6S *MO .OAA vjsoe^A~c* OUH 3ESOCBCES — m 3gr.;.jcw DCLLAK Ftr HEAT1N6 HOMES (i|) l&ttIM NWII t Mw-t Ct-M-1



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mfCii AUG UST 21, 1953 ^JcwHirhrkttmn PAGE 13 tobbi Horowitz Named Boys' Dean it Hebrew Academy For Fall Class Ba bbi Morris Horowitz, educator [ A nsV cho!ogist and widely known knd ps>cnii „ iTnitPrt both m Israel and the United has boon appointed to the Ed of can of Boys of the He L c w Academy for the coming scKcr H was announced this week IJ lab'bil Alexander S. Gross, pnnipal. In announcing the appointment, Rabbi Gross said that the rapid expansion of the Academy and the increased registration in the higher grades of the Elementary Department had necessitated the appointment. In accepting the post. Rabbi Horowitz said, "I am looking forward to working with the student body of this school which has already won the acclaim of many Jewish educators. Firmly believing in the future of American Jewish education, I shall try to help develop the harmonious and well-adjusted personalities which are so vitally needed in our society today." Rabbi Horowitz, a native of Wisconsin and graduate of the Rabbinical College of Yeshiva University, has previously been on the staff of Maimonides Academy, Boston, Massachusetts. He spent three years itf Israel as instructor of Talmud and Jewish Philosophy at Yeshiva B'nai Akiba, a talmudic seminary sponsored by Hapoel Ha Mizrachi in Israel. Prior to his arrival at Miami Beach, Rabbi Horowitz took courses leading to the Masters degree at Northwestern University, after having graduated from Roosevelt College, Chicago, Illinois, where he majored in educational psychology. Rabbi Horowitz and his family are now residing on Miami Beach. FOR RENT OR SALE tO VtlflREPROOF BUILDING FOR FACTORY OR WAREHOUSE Immediate Occupancy LOW RENT S. F. DANELS — 974 East 25th St. Hialeah Phone 88-4561 TV IIKPAUIS IMMED/4TE UUVISION StRVKl NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS $3 far Coll Phone CITY-WIDE TV 83-1291 Rabbi Morris Horowitz IWANTMYM1LK And B. Svsw ft* FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZE! Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Decro Protected TEL. t-2921 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at I "• t Bira M. (wiaiwar Orm THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM of "Jewish Forum On The Air" EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:00 am. Ration: WMK (1140 on dial) With Voriooi Fefore Produced ami Mrflcfatf fcy "MOM SEIDCN *•*• 17th Aw. pfc^, g,.^ i



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)AY, AU GUST 21, 195 3 jrT Scheinberg Is In Naval Duty |>r Peretz Scheinberg is now on h\e duty with the United States Ivv He left early last week for i Chelsea Naval Hospital, BosMassachusetts, where he will jve in the capacity of head neurIgist. Commissioned a Lieutenant Comnder, Dr. Scheinberg served ovpeas with the Navy during World ir II. The 32-year-old physician reived his medical degree from tory University and did advanc[training at Duke. He was also J assistant professor of physiology (the University of Miami Medical pool. Or Scheinberg has been residJ with his wife, Dollie, and sons, [llip, 5, and Ricky, 4, at 1991 >al Gate. He is the son of Mr. Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, 850 13th Court. His current tour [duty will last one year. i, Delta Gamma m House Party phi Delta Gamma Sorority of jmi will hold its annual weekly house party at the Empress Gel. Theme for this year is lllza Poppin. Ike affair will begin Sunday fht. August 23rd, with an open se reception and the week will fbrought to a close on Saturday |[ht, August 29th, with a banet and formal dance. k**ls*nvrkiinn PAGE 7 Dr. Lei) Discharged After 2Year Tour Dr. Samuel M. Leb, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Leb, of 910 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, was discharged after completing a twoyear tour of duty with the United States Army Medical Corps. Dr. Leb joined his wife, Mickey, and their two children, Stephen Marc and Michel Robin, after spending the past 17 months in Germany. Dr. Leb received his pre-medical training at the University of Illinois and the University of Minnesota. He is a graduate of St. Louis University School of Medicine, where his younger brother, Herbert, is now a junior. He and his family have departed for Memphis, Tennessee, wher he will continue his surgical residency at the Kennedy Veterans' Administration Hospital. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORI3 Mava you. fH repair** aowi /•" will eave MI a a*** reef later •MWMWr Work ay Bxaerieaeea' Man" 414 a. w. tan* A. PHONB Flogler Women's Swim Dance The Women's Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will sponsor a Hawaiian swim dance on Saturday night, August 22nd. Setting will be the pool of the Saxon Hotel, 301 NE 62nd Street. The Swim Dance Committee is headed by Mrs. Ben Clein and consists of the Mesdames Sam Wirschner, Walter Stewart, Jack Shaw, Micky Antin, Irving Seid and George Senter. Water sports, games and dancing will also be offered. Gold Is New Addition To Boxing Commission Lou Gold, manager of the Delano Hotel Zodiac Room, has been appointed a Miami Beach city boxing commissioner. He replaces Carl Gardner. The five-man commission currently includes four incumbents reappointed to serve a two-year term. Reappointed were Charles F. Wheeler, Lou Auerbach, Saul Meringoff and F. B. Adae. Members of the commission serve without aalary. ^ Sholem Lodge Dance Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its annual summer dance in the Pbmpeii Room of the Sorrento Hotel on Sunday evening, August 23rd, at 9 p.m. Featured will be child pianist Sarina Kohn. Artist Conductor Interviewed Mrs. Marie Volpe's guests on Saturday, August 22nd, will be John Bitter and Jean Bedetti, conductor and artist, respectively, who will appear on the 10th and last Pep Concert, August 23rd. Mrs. Volpe's program is scheduled for station WKAT at 6:30 p.m. igdrine Spend your vocation in the Blue Ridge Meuntews The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 First Av.„ W. Hender*onville, N.C. Jltt SSASOH Fine Kosher food*, prepared in the I American Style by expert cook. .'Write or phone 9208 lor reserve1 tions. All rooms with private and | connecting baths. Under Personal Supervision of Mrs. A. Horowlts "" %  • %  %  %  %  %  "** T 1 suns YOU TO A "T" NO OTHER ICED TEA UKETETLIY! 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PAGE 12 jV w / # Fkriciiain FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. ; Temple Israel Will Inaugurate Changes In School Curriculum Temple Israel ReMgkna School inaugurate a major change in m curriculum, ace r >n announcement this week. The change idea the addition of a staff jf activity directors for dramatics. krU and crafts, dancing and mu%  well as n work. Dr. Joseph Narot. spiritual leader, said TCCJE. The activities will be incorporated with the study work which will be carried out by a staff of teachers taken largely from the Dade County School System. It was also announced by Cantor Jacob Bornstcin that Robert Strass'jurg. composer and director, will direct the Temple Israel Choir during High Holy Day services Can;or Bornstein and Mr. Strastbarg are preparing a musical program Ahich comprises modern synagogue music. Swim-Dance Sunday Michaels Named Edirer-in-CI.ief Of University Of Florida Law Review Burton M. Michaels. 22. of 7112 Bvron Avenue, Miami Beach, son of Mrs Gertrude Bergad. was elected t-ditor-in-chief of the Unlw n J of Florida Law Review at a recent the Editorial B(M Gainesville. Michaels, who will graduate from the 0 of t College of Law in February. 1954. is presently clerking in the law offices of Anna Brenner Meyers and \\ iiliain I Brenner. Miami Beach A member of Phi Beta Kappa. Michaelwas chosen in la-t >ear Rhodes Scholarship competition by the State Committee as one of Florida's two candidates at the Final Regional competition for the Scholarship to Oxford University, and. While an undergraduate, he was active as a member of Zeta Beta Tau. social fraternity, serving as chairman of numerous committees, representing the chapter at the 1950 ZBT National Convention and being its delegate to the Interfraternitv Council for two years. In an editor-in chief of the \L vijw comes after he held th *, of executive editor, member",?? 1 ,1 convention. M.chaeU' election EdUorIal Stftff and J'^f th. Delta, la* fraternity, serving as clerk of the chapter and as chapter rer*escnlative to last year's nationThe Young Adult League of the uwj wwmu .. .j — Greater Miami JewiaO Community the IFC. he was chairman of two from the College ft Arts and SciCenter will be hostat a nrinv major committees and was electences at the University of Florida dance at the Floridian Hotel on Sunday. August 23rd 8 p.m. The swim-dances at the Floridian I are held on alternate Sunday lb with an informal dance at the Jewish Community Center 3uilding 450 SW 16th Avenue. Mi on the intervening Sunday -even:: Burton M. Mknmtlt man of the University of Florida Christmas Seal Drive. Upon his graduation in 1952, Sharti Chapter Mealing u-d 2235 SW stess at the n gular of Sharet B'ritfa Youns WornAugust 25th, at ed as delegate to the National Inwith a Bachelor of Science degree te rfrate rnity Conference Convenwith honors. Michaels was elected tion in 1951 to the societies of Phi Beta Kappa U a freshman, he was elected and Phi Kappa Phi. At the cornto Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholpletion of his first year m the Colfraternity, and held the post lege of Law. Michaels was co-recipiof vice president of the chapter, ent of the Harrison Company's anThe major posts in student governnual award for top grades in the ment Michaels held before his enfreshman class. He directed the trv into law >chool were member Appellate Moot Court program in of the I.vceum Council, the 5 man the law college and served as student Board that provides the chairman of the Placement Comcampus with itcultural entertainmittee for the Fifth Circuit of the ment v -tant Secretary American Law Students' Associaoi Labor in the Student Body Prestion. ident's Cabinet, and general chairHe has been active in Phi Alpha KILL DISEASE-CARRYING ROACHESANTS • FLIES MOSQUITOES-SPIDERS; SCORPIONS itffcft WITH KALKILL • Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Etry Svnday, WMBM. M H 2 p.m. Tbrs t-rsjrom is MM first and has the torytst listening a*iect Futures the Jewish PfciWsaaJMr NORMAN R. LYONS. News wmt SNOSMANA SPECTOf it eoois, it heats... U~& beautiful i \ 1-1 1 .v .j THE NEW CONSOLETTE IS THE LAST WORD in • RESIDENTIAL • OFFICE • HOTEL AIR CONDITIONING Here's concentrated comfort for you, summer or winter, under easy control of your fingertips. You'll be delighted with its quiet, powerful flow of air, easily adjusted to reach every part of the room. You'll be surprised at it* compactness (smaller than many television sets) with nothing to protrude outside the wall or window. A full 5-year warranty protects you. I THE NEW CONSOLETTE IS FACTORY-EQUIPPED WITH TRUE REVERSE-CYCLE HEAT see it today at HILL YORK PHONE 82-1411 1221—1225 S.W. EIGHTH STREET MIAMI FOR MOST IUS.HESSIS AIR CONDITION!** IS NOW A NICbSlTY


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PAGES Bureau Releases Testing Results ?>.•: ------1953 testing program m the Ses day schools aad of Greater Miami were tti met by Max MeiwL prea:--:,. % %  %  : ...' %  --%  at Greater ; : :. -..; -v • %  :-:• grace ** conducted %  i ; %  ::.:-.-• ---:—:: •?: .".. -Barms" ep to 86 pereeat. aerord• %  Genesis. General Bftte. American Jewish HistoryMadera JewPart Baikal Jewish i.sljeai Jewish History. laael and easterns : -.ae Sawaar %  iniara lb* +Jmis* ******** One Workers T. Key GrIVfense Pests of two Greater Mia croc %  artrn to key erril deby Gerald Sehwi_-x d eraeaatMa or the Ma Beat* dxstrwt MjJtoa Borastew. vice prewa : %  •. .:.. .: : ----MeaaJceDe Park. was aaaaed e iaatma chief for the area aarJ ac Goldea Beach. Gaadea Shw ato Smaaj baa mac* represeaiaoia. i the North ?r:;>;r.? Oawen neat %  aad lea I %  --%  uoo CaOeipf af the r. 4 Staahrr M Fred. -...; -v .--• *%  HIT it eraraaboo chief for law ar^ -l|-ft|$ 5: ,7c? 3cc*-7o-School Movement begin* Monday at the nursery schoc! of the To : M.anai Jewish Community Center, when registration will open i 3r the --. -.%  ;on i.:-; %  :' %  --3 -5 MMM bf ; lert to right) Mrs. MM rVtadagg, • v £;-.;..;_; Banal PTA ckfllOMB An:ta Samet and Roberta MMM, mrnt. the Mesdames Jules Fried-;meet with at least no py^,. man. Melvin Sbrago and George each child who applies for i Simon snd Nursery School Super) sioti to the GMJ Scho coming school year sa Monday. 12 noon [or the opening of the aurserj fchooii at the Tewa B e ach Braacbes w.ll be Tue* r Jit The r. .ranada Center j-en Monday. September 14th iren between the ages of three and public school age will be accepted in the nursery school 1 programs. A qualitative program for the development of the nursery school child pi emotionally socially and mentally is the for the GMJCC Nursery School program, according to Mrs. Ethel Grossman, supervisor Mrs Max Gettinger chairman of the County Nursery School Comthe GMJCC and the area FT A chairmen. Mrs Seymour Samtbe Town Branch. Mrs JulI einer. of the Beach Branch. aad Mrs Maurice Dann. of the Flagler -Granada Jewish Center school, are assisting the staff it preparing for the fall reopening of the three nursery Head teachers of the three zs; i:\jGUST BROS R> £ ll t.r Bf ST' 11 • ?•; %  : l-.i.•--. r -.'•' "':-%  T. • : ~%  '. ZiV. nelle 1811 Tsehaikawato G***^*RaJr • aB kUk* Traekj ul Can E*ctxic ft*4 Aerite W-l:t, COULTON BROS. GARAGE w u R**t — Bo4y IU**lrt W V%tmvnt 1-2244. 2-S4S2 Mg S W. Mh SWaM iWV Brown Post To She Tew Year Members 174 ." r-~ r~~ i-. •aim 7-.T mi Haci %  FWP Ha • -A the l *wiU areaeM 10 yea r P pins to a dam of 29 • Jiar meetBeth El Svxagoeue oa aight. August 2fth. membership pms %  ha presented to those mem%  ho have held 10 years coo-membership us the Pott. M Mania past Department Commander, is in charge of the program for the evening Lam aa. FoUowDents w ill be served by the Ladies' Guest speakers for the evening a be Lou PI 'liriaal Ei e Committeeman from this district and Willard H. Bender. &ate L*epartment Commander 2 7 o Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON IALANCES Uf TO '2S000OO • P*>aew hm 1st d Dec 1st SAVINGS INSUIIO UrTO -10 000 00 Ctaplele Ciaatrcul Biikn 9 Services DMIVE.tm VELLEM8 BASK BY MAIL PAN AMERICAN BANK t4H $ OF MIAMI ii:nri, ( GLASS FOB EVERY riir o 11 STORE FRONT — PLATE mad WINDOW GLASJ FWrnlt^ra Tops. Bevalad hOrrora mad Bsmlvariag Our SPKU]| IA la. Ila* and Mirror Worki 136 S.W. 8th SL PHOrrE W8J4 V.ORR1S ORUN IRVISG GORDOf SAV ES SPAC E! SA VES DOUAp H J- ii ( COOKIN0-REFRIGERATI0N GENEftM^, Modal $-l004 New 3* le*w (MM* lop Halo*) Genera. Chef provides cooking, refrigeration and **# drawer in lew than five square feet Has three gas bur* and large work area. The refrigerator has a Tecurosen m* with srren temperature setting*. New with horizontal tj fleeter. Accommodates nine ke cube tra>-s. Ample door shelf. Drip tray for easy cleaning. Also awaUlW "^ three tledrk hmrmer, for 220 re// imtUiUnoM or uitb ttuntn for 110 roll plug-in sue. Some Low Boy Ref rigeratortj 1952 Models $ 145.00 JACKSON REFRIGERATION SBWj inttusmuMi uurcin arrtWT o# s,I "Sitil nt SIS ST. MUM KUCM -Ml. SS444S Wl VCI cAswot Taats seccui PMCO TO IHMB A AF. OWM*



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Jy AUGUST21,_1953_ + Mwlst> Ffrridton PAGE 3 [ Goidmann is Says Israel Is Not ,v mdnnf-ering the prospects \ Contme>d from P.o. 1 y u t hrincine into the own P in, %  a right to ecess.ty of bringing into u hj M lie East a secure peace which [a! for the restoration of interLa! confidence and amity." [,. declaration added that "the Jewish Congress is as one Ihe Government of Israel in ming i" a solemnity and in dance with the tradition and of Ihe Jewish people, the L e d desire of the Jewish lie to live in friendship and with all nations, particularly [those of the Arab lands with in neighborly relationship may assist in bringing tran, security and prosperity to Jiddle East thereby contribute) the elimination of internaconfliet and to peace beall nations and freedom to kind." Status of Jerusalem the status of Jerusalem, the fcration said: "This ancient f, steeped in the immemorial Itions. faith and history of the kh people in whose hearts its lories and symbolisms are fly engrained and is regarded Jews :i^ the natural capitol lie Jewish nation." On this the WJC Assembly appealthe world to understand that us of Jerusalem as the capof Israel does not relate only lie requirements of the state, o its "vital and imperishable Ificance to the entire Jewish le. he World Jewish Congress enthe assurances solemnly by the Government of Israel that the Holy Places of the ktian and Moslem faiths will ks be held and preserved as Eil and inviolate under such national guarantees as the ed Nations may deem consis[with the sovereignty and intidence of the State of Israel," declaration concluded. piinon jo r"nnD7 PARKWAY tail KOSHER IS S.W. 22nd St., Wholes*! Ph. 9-0968 as ne sees Senator Lehman added that "it would be most unfortunate if his views are permitted to go unchallenged as seeming to be the views of any large and important organization or groups of American Jews. "I think it would be similarly unfortunate if the impression were to be created that Dr. Goidmann was expressing the viewpoint of the leadership of Israel," he continued. "Since he is the president of the Jewish Agency, some color might be lent to this impression unless it were controverted." Emphasizing that he is deeply interested in the welfare of Israel and glad to lend his efforts to its well-being, Senator Lehman saidt "I do not do so however out of divided loyalty or out of any concept that Israel is the homeland of American Jews to which they must go. My devotion to Israel is rather as an American who feels that the advancement of the ideals and purposes for which America stands requires the advancement of the cause of Israel." Delegates Named To Convention Delegates to the national con vention of the Zionist Organization of America at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City on August 2iith. were elected by the Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District at a recent meeting here, according to an announcement this week by Fred Jonas, president. Delegates named are Seymour B. Licbman, S. A. Goodman, Murray Lachman, Sam Landow, Joseph Kahn, Dr. B. Zuckerbraun. Joseph Alter, Samuel Friedman, Gil Rappaport and Jonas. The 55th annual ZOA convention will be highlighted by discussions on the future outlook and structure of the World Zionist Organization. An entire plenary session will be devoted to the relations bzetween Israel and the world Zionist movement. Speakers will include Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Abraham Harman, Consul General of Israel, Robert Szold, former ZOA president and chairman of the Palestine Economic Corporation, and Dr. Nahum Goidmann. •• Aqudath Israel Meeting Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will meet on Sunday morning, 11 a.m., at the synagogue to elect officers for a building fund campaign. SeTving on the Building Committee are Nat Wolfson, David Whitman and Louis Laagd/ald. Jaffe Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lilly Jaffe, formerly of 540 SW 35th Avenue, will take place Sunday, August 23rd, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel Machtei officiating. She is survived by her husband, Samuel, and four sons, two of whom are from Miami, Louis and Samuel. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. 1 Miawi *1 Beach 1 HUB AUDITORIUM J PL. 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AUGUST 21. 1953 +Je#lstifk rM*>n PAGE 9 Personally Speaking tancps N. Rubin is leaving Fdale in West Chester lew York, to visit her kill also travel to Springissachusetts, and spend with her daughter there. -to to -to |ning at Duncraggan Inn, iville. North Carolina, are Urs. Sol Goldstrom, Mr. Harry Shultz, Mr. and Quittner, Mr. and Mrs. Rimer, Mr. and Mrs. Lou)r. and Mrs. Sidney Fox Jren, Jessie and Victor, phman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mrs. Lena Abenson and ;hter, Sandra De Leon, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Kaufman, | Connie Jackson, daughter of of 320 SW 27th Road are at home nd Mrs ^^ Jackson 1438 Jef following their trip to Nassau on •,„„„ .. the weekend of August 7th. They, f erson Avenuc *• ret" !" home were on the disabled SS Nuevo i ,omorrow from the University of Wisconsin, where she has been taking summer courses. Miss Jackson will leave again in three weeks for the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She is in her junior year there, majoring in music. ft It Mrs. Anna Popiel. of 780 NE 23rd Street, is now convalescing home following a stay in the Slate Hillel House Groundbrecking Sunday; Dignitaries Will Attend JPT Continued from P* 1 Mr.l B Dominicano which floundered at sea and was towed in by the Coast Guard on August 10th. •to -to -to Mrs. Anna Soren Bild leaves for Detroit tomorrow. From there, she will travel to New York and visit with her son, Samuel Soren, the noted concert pianist. •to Yr -to Members of the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center spend-1 h ospital ing their summer vacation at the Katz. Mrs. Regina BranSaxon Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Jack harles Levy and Mr. and Shaw and family, Mr. and Mrs. at ton Greenwood. to -to -to Lobel, president of Kiel Synagogue, is underLtment and observation at lii.ii Hospital. to -to T> Mrs. W. Weinberg, of }!. California, announce of their son, Dale, on Ith Mrs. Weinberg is the lurid Scdon. GrandparI.Mr and Mrs. B. Sedon, [visiting with the new arILOS Angeles. Maternal ic!::;:>ther is Mrs. Gisela •to -to -to Mrs. Fred P. Bobbins |Bruce and Mark, of Chilis, daughter and son-inHenry C. Apples, are in the penthouse at the Tourt. •to -to -to Krcnskys of 4955 Delimit'. Miami Beach, are to Hendersonville this loir second vacation at Inn this summer. Samuel Kirschner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weiss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seid and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frankel and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. Angel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Antin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milliard Clein and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Clein and family* Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raskin and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Senter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg and daughters, Mr. Milton Weinstein and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Lcbar and family. •to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kelman, formerly of Miami Beach and now of 436 Vine Street. Elizabeth, New Jersey, announce the birth of their son, William Rubin, on August 10th. Both parents are graduates of the University of Miami, class of 1949 and 1950. respectively. %  to -to -to Cantor and Mrs. Samuel Kelemer are spending part of their vacation in Mexico. •to -to -to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman have arrived home from their wedding anniversary which took place fh Saratoga, New York. •to to -to Mrs. Rae Frome entertained friends in honor of her daughter Frances' sixteenth birthday at the Trocadero Restaurant on Wednesday. Present were Doty.res Chernoff, Jerry Mager. TJaren Langer, Sheldon Frome. Carol Goodman. Al Goodman. Arlene Stern. Joe Bruckenstein. France*, fcfome and Morton Litvak. •to -to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and daugh ter. Sandra, have returned from a tour of France. Italy. Spain and Switzerland. Their trip, both ways, was on the SS United States. •to to -to Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen will return to their home. 6810 Byron Avenue, on September 4th They have been visiting their children during the past three months in Port Chester. New York. Worcester. Massachusetts, and Teaneck and Atlantic City. New Jersey. US FUR SHOP RESTYUNG, ffMOMUNS, CUANIN6 mmi GLAZIMC I Years Experience lew Bates Ith Street lei, fh. 3-t7tS IM. M. MM RIP MUCH EAILtfft SCRIP CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE IN SIB .S 1.7 $25 Household Electrical Appliances imi Beach Israel Zionist District 510 420 LINCOLN ROAD. Phono 5-0346 (August White Sale Value! HIS CANNON Sheets tlQQ QUALITY MUSLIN W "" |arly$2.99 V N CANNON SHEETS 72x101 $*. 19 AXESANDER tlxlOO $tJ0 S9 MOftEWEAl SHEETS lle %2M 5c PILLOW CASES m ow 49e ... MORRIS BROTHERS S5 Beth David, will render the groundbreaking prayer. Rabbi Shapiro was the first chaplain for Jewish students at the University prior to the founding of the Hillel Foundation on the U of M campus in 1943. One of the features of the groundbreaking will be the turning over of the first shovel of earth by Mrs. Ida Optner, well known figure in University and B'nai B'rith circles. Mrs. Optner. known affectionately as "Mom" by University of Miami students, maintained a one-woman Hillel Foundation in her own home many years before the unit *as installed on he campus. She n a s a leading •roponent for he drive to contruct the new uiilding on the nain campus. Following Mrs. Optqe/ other personages long identified with B'nai B'rith and Hillel in the community will be honored with ground breaking duties.' Some of these include Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Councilman Harold Turk. Walter Kovner, Colonel El If Stone. Isaac Levin. L/ouis Hei man and Councilman Burnett Roth. The Hillel groundbreaking ceremonies will mark the close of the i first phase of fund raising for conI struction purposes. Much of the success of this initial effort was attributed by Mr Aronovitz to Milton Friedman, chairman of the Pledges Committee, and to his associate, Louis Heiman. Henrietta Szold Parties Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah holds weekly luncheon card parties at the Algiers Hotel on Thursday afternoons at 12 noon. Proceeds are for Youth Aliyah. Chaplin Bar Mitzvah Leonard Chaplin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Chaplin. 2600 SW 15th Street, Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N. E. Mh Street Phon. 1-B401 AL MEIDENBEKJ, Owntr % S-mUf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties Y y .1 AT YOUR HOME. 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PAGE 10 9-Je^istfhrkMev) Obituaries Human Relations Leader Dies Here >i-.er SOPHIE GALLICK g^LT 0 ^ ST^E ^tfcfjg in the field of human relation* JTiSX*p£, B^k *s5 J?S5JS here and at his former borne in f > Va"'ceiiM*"^' r fnlMMlwi Ohio, died Saturday. Here for the pa* II ftm ved at 1544 Normand) Dnve. Mi'. ami Beach He was associated with *HER*V HOS*OOO willum E. Cook Bealtv Office gL!TS^.*-KSa^-?g| Mr We-feld was a charter -ember and treasurer of the North '^?V A!S£K sai*£ raffc^T. Shore Lodge. B nai B nth. ance its St,^ M 5£EK incepoon. He w act.ve in armdefamation work and was responsible for various brotherhood pro"**"*£*£• : grams put on in the public schools Survivors include his wife. Mrs Maitine WeuifekJ. a daughter. Mrs Beatnce Pearce Rochester. = :' = •-oaosZLAS tvoi xe^ y 0 rk: a brother. Abe WeinfekL two asters. Mrs. Minnie Jay. Siw.Et E*0* • BCOMT U Evt Columbus. Ohio, and Mrs. Jenny Iman. Cleveland, and two grand* children. Phyllis and Michael. Services were held Monday evening at Rnu w d e Memonal Chapel. M^.T.I BeaWUB'nai Bnth sen*ce were conducted by the Nojth Shore Lodge. Burial took place in "*V. I Cokwmbui de Jtarsday FRIDAY, AUG UST 21. Mrs. Clara Weidberg Succumbs Saturn^ Mrs. Clara Weidberg. active com Naphtali A.; daughter. Mr. iV munal worker, of 30 Serilla A*e nue. Coral Gables, died Saturday at the age ef 55. She came herfive years ago from Jamaica, Nev York. Mrs. JA'eidbert was a member of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood, Hadassah, the Brandeis Auxiliary and the Jewish Federation of Welfare Funda, for which she served as division head for several yean. Surviving are her husband. S Freehlinc; a brother an, tera. Services were held Gordons Miami Chapel wifti ial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery Morris Skop officiated • %  •<• — lW.£. ..=iVE = *-.s E SE".S Beth El Adds New Grade To Academy A >econd grade uill be added'. to the Beth El Academy starting with the school term on Septem• according to an announcehis week. The Academy. Miami only all-day Jewish school. is now entering into its second With the addition of the new • ade. Beth El will now carry a curriculum serving the secular and ritual needs of children from i through seven and a half years -= s V <.( ape According to Dr Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader. i the Academy now includes renovated classrooms, new desks and a fully-equipped lunchroom under the n of a riiPhcian. Philip Berkowitz. preident. -aid Mrs. Kaplan Named JCRS Representative Mrs. Peter Kaplan has been chosen delegate to represent the Greater Mia'rhr-' Jewish Consumptives" Relief Society, at the Annual Conference of the National Council of JCRS in Denver. Colorado, on August 27th. through 31st. Ways and means will be discussed for the purpose of further benefitting the maintenance and care of hospitalized patients in the JCRS Hospital Sanatorium, which is free and non-sectarian. Eight patients from the Miami area are now receiving care there. Beth David PtA"Meeting The Beth David Parent-Teachers' Association will hold its next Board meeting at the home of Mrs Alexander Stiebel. 2150 SW 21st Terrace, on Monday evening. August 24th. 8:15 p.m. AllMICMMf BEACH FINANCE CORPORATION INTERNATIONAL DISCOUNT CORPORATION On and after September 1, 1953 will be \ocate4 in their now offices 1510 Alton Road Miami Beach k%) r^*^*A******** cJLimited ^/fc Jati ---'.-. Q £ R £ C V A S 'hat the school El sh program idrawn up and approved by the S*t or Phon* M NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lit* ln. Co. •07 Bltcayn* Bldg. II w Flagiar St. tccommoaaiions now available on ZJn* C^xcluAiue 2nd. Zrtoor of tL Scqtotd/facade air-conditioned space designed for Miami's finer retail establishments in this 100 percent downtown location. 36 N. E 1st Street ^ "7k\ 1faf**& Agents 82-3592 Mgr. 2-7922 %  : DarkCounty Board of Public Instruction and will be under the supeniMon of Miss Eloist Hatfield. principal of the Shenandoah Elementary School. Dr. Sfrinkj li in charge of the Judaic Department Staff includes Domrhy A Guttridge. Ruth I'liss and Kachel Ross. The Health Department lists Dr. Charles Rosenfeld. pediatrician. Dr David Seitlin. DDS. and Dr. Young Zionist Party The Miami Young Zionists will : an August dog days party at the home of Harvey Cogert. 1910 Herbert Fletcher. DDS. on leave SW 17th Street, on Saturday. Augwith the L'SAAF. The Academy ust 22nd. 830 p m Marty Eig is recently purchased a station wagpresident of the organization. on to pick up children at home. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-820I PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. M'ami's Ona And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! 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fewiisltUEIIiDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY /OLUME 27—Number 34 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Eisenhower Establishes Committee To Study Discrimination In Federal Job Program Dr. Nmhvm GMmmnn : frwitfwl confercnct WJC Elects >r. Goldmann 'o Presidency ksaembly Hits Arms fro Arabs Program GENEVA (JTA) — Dr. Nahum oMmann was elected president of IP World Jewish congress at the ii p of the Third Plenary Assemly (f the Congress here. Dr. Gold..mn. who has held that post proisionally fjr more than three lcceiuls ;ha* late Dr. Stephn S .Vise, the Congress' first presB Dr. Goldmann. in his closing peech, called the conference the fruitful in the history of the V.K' He also expressed the hope e organization would conene four years from now in an peace and stability for Isacl and hope for all mankind. He I that this had been the nost representative of all the asbemblJes ever held, adding that ft his was true despite the absence bl East European Jewish represents ives." Arms to Arabs The Assembly also approved a di daration on Israel which expressed "profound disquiet" over pie fact that foreign powers "by their continued supply of weapons of war to the Arab states are lending support and encouragement to intransigeant enemies of Israel, Continued on Pafl* 2 WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presi dent Eisenhower this week announced establishment of a new committee aimed at improving the government's program for keeping job discrimination out of contracts paid for by Federal funds. The new committee will receive complaints of alleged discrimination under the Federal contract program and will recommend to contracting agencies of the government ways "for improving and making more effective the non-discriminatory provisions of government contracts," and encourage an educational program by various interested groups to help eliminate employment discrimination. The committee, to be composed of 15 members, including Vice President Richard Nixon, will include eight representatives of the public. The others will represent the Labor, Commerce, Defense and Justice Departments and the Atomic Energy Commission and the Government Services Administration. Membership of the committee will be announced next week. The Executive order said a review of the situation had shown that the anti-discrimination program relating to Federal contract work must be revised and strengthened for better results'. The President emphasized that it is the poKcy of the government "to promote equal employment opportunity for all qualified persons employed or seeking employment on government contracts because such persons are entitled to fair and equitable treatment in all aspects of employment work paid for from public funds." The President said in the order that after analyzing the procedures of Government contracting agencies it had been found that "the non-discrimination provisions must be revised aps> strengthened to men of national repute" would be named to the new group. The reason for replacing the old committee, Mr. Hagerty stated, is that "we think this committee can do a better job." "The eight public members," he added, "will be given considerable cooperation by the Administration and will receive /Waad powers .by eliminate discsnjnination In all as-; *ke President'! Junction." He de^> v.joined to explain what these powers might be. 17ruler the Presidential order, prirapry responsibility for preventing discrimination is vested in the head of each agency of the government which does any contracting. The public members of the committee include Fred Lazarus, Jr., a vice president of the American Jewish Committee; J. Ernest Wilkins, a Negro and an attorney who was designated by President Eisenhower as vice chairman of the committee; George Meany, president of the American Federation of Labor; Walter P. Reuther, president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations; John Roosevelt, young pects of employment." The head of each contracting agency will be iWN "primarily responsible" for .obtaining compliance by contractors and sub-contractors with the non-discrimination provisions. The new committee will be required to make annual or semiannual reports to the President and to carry on an educational program against discrimination in employment among employer, labor, civic, educational, religious and other voluntary non governmental groups. White House Press Secretary James Hagerty, in response to a I query, said the principal differ'. ence between the new committee cst son of the late President Frank' and a Truman-created committee lin D. Roosevelt; Mrs. Helen Rog Senator Herbert Lehman takes exception Says Israel Is Not Home For US Jews for the same function was trm addition of the public members. The President's order abolished the old committee at the same time as it created the new one. Mr. Hagerty said the new nun rs Raid, chairman of the Board of the New York Herald Tribune;' John L. McCaffrey, president of the International Harvester Comj pany; and John M. Wisdom. Republican National Committeeman from! NEW YORK (JTA> Senator mittee was formed "to expand the J Louisiana. Vice President Nixon power of the old contracting comj was also listed as a public memmittee." He added that "topnotch ber of the committee. Senator Watkins Will Make European Tour, Check Distribution Of Visas WASHINGTON (JTA) — Senator I Arthur V. Watkins Monday announced he will examine the workj ings of the McCarran-Walters Immigration Law in a tour of overseas consular offices starting next month. The Senator, chairman of the Immigration Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he will especially watch for evidence bearing on complaints regarding the law rererred to him by President Eisenhower. The President, in a letter to Senator Watkins, said many complaints had reached the White House charging "many serious and inequitable restrictions" were contained in the immigration law. Senator Watkins said he would sit in with as many consular officials as possible to observe how they handle applications for immigration visas. He will not check into any specific cases involving complaints but will watch the general working of the immigration law, he stated. The Senator's plans also call for visits to European refugee camps and for a check into arrangements for handling the Emergency Refugee Bill that was enacted last month. The report of his tour will form the basis for action by his subcommittee on proposed changes on the McCarran-Walters Act. Meanwhile, Senator Herbert H. I Lehman has called upon President Eisenhower to adopt as part of the Administration's program the measure sponsored by Senator Leh%  man and seven other Senators and ] 24 Representatives to amend and liberalize the McCarran Immigration Act. In a letter sent in behalf of the bill's sponsors. Senator Lehman said that they plan to include some revisions in the measure next Fall and that if the President were to support the legislation, "we would be able to include with these changes other modifications which might be agreed upon as a result of consultations with you and your advisors." Senator Lehman also pointed out to the President that the bill was introduced in Congress late in the last session because the sponsors were waiting for the President's emergency immigration legislation to clear and not cause any collision between the two proposals. Herbert H. Lehman in a letter addressed to Dr. Israel Goldstein, as president of the American Jewi h Congress, and made public by him last weekend, emphasized that he is "strongly dissenting from a view allegedly expressed at the Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress that Americans of Jewish faith should regard Israel as their homeland and have an obligation to return there." Senator Lehman referred to a speech made at the WJC by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the organization. Dr. Goldmann later issued a statement asserting that he never indicated that all Jews outside of Israel should regard themselves or should be regarded as Israelis or potential Israelis. Pointing out that he took note of Dr. Goldmann's clarification. Senator Lehman said: "I was glad to note that Dr. Goldmann took pains to amend some of the broader and, in my judgment, more dangerous implications, of his original statement which was, indeed, subject to misinterpretation. However, I feel it most important that the general public be clearly aware that most American Jews with whom I am in contact not only do not share but actively oppose any concept which presupposes any primary loyalty or obligation on the part of American Jews other than to the United States." Declaring that Dr. Goldmann, as an individual, has a right to his Continued on Pag* 2 Dignitaries To Attend Ceremony: Hillel House Groundbreaking Sunday Israel's Foreign Minister, Moshe Sharett, accompanied by Mrs. Shntntt la r .ir~>„ r ^A nknm/t tka RR Ierualem. Zim-lsrael Sharett, is pictured aboard the SS Jerusalem, Zim-Israel Liner, being greeted by the ship's master. Captain Elieser Axcel, just before his departure from Haifa on a recenl Mediterranean cruise to Europe. Final plans have been made for groundbreaking ceremonies for the new structure of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. The exercises will be held on Sunday, August 23rd, 4:30 p.m., on the Hillel site at Miller Drive and Ponce de Leon Boulevard, at the main entrance J of the University of Miami. I It is expected that prominent figures in B'nai B'rith and administrative officials of the I'nivcr sity of Miami will be present. Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president of the University, will speak in behalf of the University of Miami. Sidney Aronovitz. president of the Hillel Advisory Council, will introduce the leading community figures who will attend. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will deliver the key address. Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, will deliver the invocation, while Dr. Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, and former member of the faculty of the University of Miami, will give the benediction. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Temple Continued on Peee 9



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^rnflV AUGUST 21, 1953 -Imittrir^MlW PAGE 11 antor Saltzman To Officiate At The lebrew Academy Harrv Genet, vice president and Lrm';m of the Executive ComLjttcc of the Hebrew Academy, his week announced that Cantor ernard Saltzman will officiate wring High Holiday services to be fnducied at the Academy. [ C aB tor Saltzman, who has been Lociated with many congregates during his cantorial career, las formerly cantor at the Indiana Vrbor Synagogue, Indiana, for a iriod of 19 years, and is now maklg his home in Miami Beach. I Joseph Gonshor, chairman of the Inat-ogue Committee, has anfcunced that tickets for the High oliday services are now on sale the Academy from 9 a.m. to 4 %  m daily, and from 6 to. 8 p.m. Irving on the Tickets and ArIngemi'iits Committee for the sale I seats ire Gonshor, Nathan BenIfeld. Aaron S. Lauer, Isidore loiter. Joseph Shapiro and Sid\y Runmowitz. ;RS Card Party ITIU' second in a series of card Irticbeing sponsored by the (eater Miami Jewish ConsumpLt.' K lief Society was held Wedtday evening at the Sea Gull Mel. i iiiurman was Mrs. Adele |rez. Assisting were Mrs. Freddie Benhutter and Mrs. Rose Carrie. Lard Luncheon Meeting lA noonday combination Board beting and luncheon was the miduni r project for the Women's of the Jewish Home for The meeting was held tin vhehorazade Room of the gierHotel on Wednesday. Some women attended. 11 Baqgs To Speak The second in a series of four eakfa-ts will be tendered by the fens Club of Zamora Jewish Cenat Hassen's Restaurant on the on Sunday. August 23rd, 9:30 Guest speaker will be Bill ggs. newspaper columnist and commentator. luberman Attends (other's Funeral Sidney Huberman, of 701 West Street, Miami Beach, has rerneri to the city following a brief ky in Brookline, Massachusetts, pere he attended the funeral of mother, Mrs. Jennie Ruth Hubnan. '•Irs Huberman died on Sunday, ligust 2nd. at the age of 66. She s the widow of the late Charles berii.an. Survivors, in addition Sidney Huberman, include sons arge J. and Bertram A., of NewCenter and Brookline, Massasetts, respectively; and a daughMrs. Thelma A. Firger, also ookline. ''WWWWWWV. DTHJp ,1210 rUBft IEBREW NEW YEARS CARDS PRINTED PARNESS PRESS }1 S.W. 17h Ave. Ph. 9-8235 All Kinds of Printing Hold Officer Installation The Young Adult League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Tow Branch, will hold an installation of officers at the Jamaica Inn on Saturday evening, August 22nd, 8 p.m., Jack Dickson, president, announced this week. J. & M. lOipliun HEBREW BOOK ITOU 417 Washington AT*. 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'students accepted in these classes only High Holiday Services will be held in The Hebrew Academy Auditorium Conducted by Cantor Bernard Saltzman TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH Aloderafely Air Conditioned, Beautiful Synagogue 935 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH ANNOVNCES THAT THE OFFICE IS OPEN THE ENTIRE DAY FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO RESERVE 0* TAKE THEIR SEATS FOR THE COMING HIGH HOLT DAYS Our Beloved Spiritual Leader Rabbi Joseph £ Rackovsky Prominent Speaker and Renowned Cantor KNOWN AS THE YERUSHAMY Will Conduct Services and Deliver the Sermons HYMAN SHER, President SOLOMON ALTER, Vice President JOHN Janes, Chairman, Seating Committee SEAT RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS Flagler-Graaada lewish Community Center 50 N.W. 51st PLACE, MIAMI Cell fvenings: HY COVERMAN 83-3049 CHARTS ADELMAN 83-1420 THE BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE 2625 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Extends to its members and friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR We cordially invite you to attend High Holy Day Services at our Synagogue RABBI MAX SHAPIRO and CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES WILL CONDUCT THE SERVICES Assisted by the Beth David Choir Under Direction oi Mrs. Jack Donnerstag Student Services' Conducted Daily in Our New Air-Conditioned Auditorium RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE DAILY AND EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT FRIDAY A SATURDAY F=ROM 7 9 PJV SUNDAY 10 12 A**. 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