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PLAINTALK (Continued from Page 1) self. After two years more in the packing house, he fell sure that he'd rather be a rabbi than a chemical engineer. “Go ahead then,” his father told him. Nathan Hillel entered the Hebrew Union College-Jewish In stitute of Religion in New York. After his marriage—he’s 24 —he will go with his wife to Israel for studies in the Hebrew Univer sity. Ladies Aid Affair Planned for April 28 At Home of Mrs. Edwards By Mrs. Wm. Silverman The home of Mrs. I. H. Ed wards, 2524 River Road, will be the setting on Tuesday afternoon April 28 for a tea in honor of the members of the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society who have contributed to the Donors Fund. Novel invitations are being mail ed to members of the organization inviting them to be donors by Mrs. Sam Greenberg, chairman of the affair. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Joe Witten and Mrs. Ben B. Yof fee. The Donors Fund is a volun tary contribution fund which is to be used towards a new infir mary at the River Garden Home for the Aged. Mrs. Sidney Entman, program chairman, announces that a read ing, written especially fbr the oc casion, will be presented by Mrs. Mauris Palot. In charge of the hospitality ar rangements for the afternoon is Mrs. Louis Witten, chairman and assisting her are Mrs. Sam Fagan, Mrs. Irving Klepper, Mrs. A1 Rosenberg and Mrs. William Silverman. >• SERVICE GLASS & PAINT CO. C. E. FRANKLIN, Owner All Types Residential and Commercial Glass Furnished and Installed Mirrors and Showcase Work a Specialty 515 E. BAY ST. PHONE 6-5591 YOUNG MAN TO i WORK IN STORE Must be Honest and able to Furnish good References. GOOD FUTURE. Sing/e Man Preferred. PHONE 6-7938 Our New Southside Branch Now Open for Business l K. ATTWOOD PHARMACY 1630 SAN MARCO BLVD. * * Specializing in Prescriptions Sick Room Supplies PHONE 98-5676 Free Motor Delivery HOURS: DAILY: 8:30 A.M.-9 P.M. SUNDAY: 9 A.M. -1 P.M. BEST WISHES GOOD HOPE WATER CO.. Inc. PHONE 6-2604 RIVERVIEW, FLORIDA Obituaries WEISS Funeral services for Max Weiss, 75, retired merchant of 620 May St., who died sudden ly Saturday in a local hospital were held Monday in Estes- Krauss Funeral Home with Rabbi S. A. Tofield and Cantor A. Mar ton of the Jacksonville Jewish Center officiating. Burial was in the Center Cemetery. Mr. Weiss, a resident of this city for 50 years, was a member of the Jacksonville Jewish Center and Jacksonville Branch, 441, Workmen’s Circle. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Perry Safer, this city; two stepdaughters, Mrs. I. Silverberg, and Mrs. Sarah Robinson of this city; three stepsons, Harry Katz and Hyman Katz, this city, and Samuel Katz, New York City; two sisters, Mrs. I. Donow, Roosevelt, Long Island, New York, and Mrs. Charles Allex, Washington, D. C.; several grandchildren and great grandchildren. SLOTT Funeral services for Joseph Harry Slott of 1316 lonia St., who died in a local hospital Saturday following a brief illness, were held Monday in Estes-Krauss Funeral Home. Rabbi S. A. To field and Cantor A. Marton of the Jacksonville Jewish Center offi cated. Burial was in the Center Cemetery. Mr. Slott, a native of Lithuania, had resided in this city for' 50 years and was a member of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cecelia Slott; a daughter, Mrs. Abe Newman, both of this city; two sons, Louis Slott, this city, and Irving Slott, New York City, and six grandchildren. PICK-UP ON FALL TOURISTS AS EXHIBITION EXTENDS TO OCTOBER JERUSALEM, (IIP) Expan sion of the tourist traffic to Is rael through mid-October is ex pected as a result of the sche duled September 22-October 14 “Conquest of the Desert” Ex hibition here. Adding further to hopes for an extended tourist season is the fact that the Maccabia is scheduled during the same period. A number of countries will par ticipate in the “Conquest of the Desert” occupying a display area which totals upward of 20,000 square meters. Frank E. Diamond, C. L. U. ESTATE PLANNING Phones 6-6337 - 4-5593 604 Hogan St. Jacksonville, Fla. THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY Enjoy Jacksonville's Beaches "THE WORLD'S FINEST" NAMED JWV CHAPLAIN : : m '} Rabbi Harry Z. Schreiner Rabbi Harry Z. Schreiner of Morris Plains, N. J., who returned to the United States recently after eleven months of service as an Army Chaplain in Korea, has been named National Chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. THOMSON REJECTS COMMISSIONERSHIP WASHINGTON, (JTA) At torney General Vernon Thomson of Wisconsin, sent word from Madison that he had rejected an appointment offered by President Eisenhower as new Commissioner of Immigration and Naturaliza tion to implement the McCarran- Walter Act. BEST WISHES S & K Food Market* STOP IN AND SEE US Ist Street at sth Ave., North PREMIUM BEER -22 c JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLA. BEST WISHES WEBER'S GARAGE DICK WEBER 604 N. Ist St. Phone 5-9165 JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLA. For Fresh Seafood & Poultry Vona's Seafood and Poultry Market 200 S. First St. Phone 5-6955 JACKSONVILLE BEACH KINDEST REGARDS BEN ADAMS Electrical Contracting and Repairs 221 S. Second St. Phone 5-3948 JACKSONVILLE BEACH COMPLETE CAMERA SUPPLIES PAHKISON'S 111 Second Ave. Ph. 5-3726 JACKSONVILLE BEACH BEST WISHES Goodwin's Grocery PHILLIP BURRIS, Owner 429 So. Ist St. MEATS GROCERIES BEER COLD DRINKS JAX BEACH C. K. ODUM PLASTERING CONTRACTOR Large or Small Jobs Guaranteed at Reasonable Prices Free Estimates 1116 N. Ist St. Phone 5-3786 Jacksonville Beach Beach Bike Shop Schwin Bicycles Roadmaster Bicycles - Saw Filing Keys and Locks - Welding Lawn Mowers Sharpened COMPLETE REPAIRS PARTS SERVICE Ph. 3963 212 S. Third ANCHORAGE DINING ROOM & COCKTAIL LOUNGE At Canal Drawbridge Palm Valley (On Road 210—Ponte Vedra Cut Off) FAMOUS FOR BETTER‘FOOD Phone Ponte Vedra 6-4197 For Reservations OUR BEST WISHES GRIFFEN'S Amusement Park "In the Center of Activities" - ENTERTAINMENT FOR , EVERYONE ON THE OCEANFRONT BEST WISHES JAX BEACH TRUCK LINE, Inc. 406-4th AVE., NORTH PHONE 112-5-3646 JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLA. OUR BEST WISHES BOWERY'S SUNOCO SERVICE KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES Phone 5-9119 528 Beach Blvd., Jax. Beach The Finest Food at Jax Beach THE HOMESTEAD Ph. 5-3240 For Reservations Alpha Paynter, Owner - Mgr. OPEN YEAR 'ROUND Located on the New Beach Blvd. at the City Limits BEST WISHES SCOTTY'S SUNOCO SERVICE 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 375 ATLANTIC BLVD. Ph. 5-9210 - Atlantic Beach, Fla For m Real Adventure in Eating Dine Tonite at PATTI'S 7300 New Beach Blvd. Phone 9-7648 Specializing in Italian-American Cuisine We Cater to Small Parties Call for Reservations MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE MERMAID TAVERN Third Street and Third Avenue North , JAX BEACa FLA. GENEROUS TRADE-INS! EASY TERMS! COME IN NOW! BEACH MAYTAG APPLIANCE CO. 121 FIRST ST. PHONE 5-3303 NEPTUNE BEACH Sea Shell Restaurant ON THE OCEANFRONT 11 North 15th Ave., Jax. Beach Phone 112-5-9250 Friday, April 17, 1953 FIRMS ADVERTISING HERE INVITE AND APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE best wishes to all FRANK and KIT at WEBB'S GROCERIES - MEATS - PRODUCE Cor. 3rd St. and 3rd Ave., S. Phone 5-9181 best wishes HARLEY DELOACH AGENCY . Insurance and Real Estate . TELEPHONE 5-4949 Arnot Bldg. JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLA. best wishes PRATHER'S DRUG STORE , 101 Pablo Ave. Phone 5-2195 Beach Road Chicken Dinners CHICKEN FRIED LIKE YOU LIKE IT 3928 Atlantic Blvd. Phone 9-9254 OPEN WEEKDAYS 10. A. M. to IIP. M. 8 A. M. to Midnight Griffin's Grocery COLD BEER - GROCERIES WINES 126 New Beach Boulevard Beach Plumbing & Heating Company Herbert E. Patten Phone 5-6631 313 New Beach Blvd. JAX BEACH, FLORIDA E. G. ROCHE PLUMBING Installation and Repairs 1125 N. First St. Ph.s-2096 Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Joe's Kiddyland and Joe's Shooting Gallery, TOM THUMB DO-NUTS (On the Boardwalk) Phillips Paint and Floor Covering Store Headquarters for O’Brien’s Paints and Armstrong Floor Coverings 823 N. 2nd St. Phone 5-4098 Jacksonville Beach, Fla.