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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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cJewish Floridian
Cgm,lnin| THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKU
zroo y
ime 33 Number 27
Miami. Florida, Friday, July 3, 1959
rr
Two Sections Price 20c
Britons Urge Gov't
Help Soften Egypt
On Suez Canal Tiff
X>NDON(JTA)The British government was criticized in Psrl i-
this week for failing to take more vigorous action on behalf of
l's right to freedom of shiping through the Suei Canal.
neuran Bevan. leader of the British Labor Party, who Is often
the "Shadow Foreign Secretary." asked the Foreign Office to
the House as to which Uni-f--------------------------------------------
Nations channels have taken
question of Egypt's forbid
[the passage of Israeli car-
through the Suez Canal. Da-
rmsby-Gore, Minister of State
jreign Affairs, replied that
Inited Nations Secretary-Gen-
imself was "actively engag-
dealing with the problem.
is an exceedingly unset-
ry situation," responded
van. "Didn't the Security
:il declare that Egypt had
tineas, in peace er in war,
truct the passage of ship*
ih the Soea Canal? Ought
to take up the matter
very much more urgency,
ir than to see this interior-
with Israeli shipping ell the
BENGURtON IN TEST Of STRENGTH
Israel Flattens Attempt
To Kill Bonn Arms Deal
fXfOtT Of GMtMAM UWKMffS fKPlOsttS IATIST COAUTIOM CtfSIS
JERUSALEM of the Israel Cabinetthe Mapam and Achdut Avodahdemanding that
Israel should cancel its arms deal with West Germany was voted down
at a special meeting of the Cabinet at which the issue was discussed.
A Communist no-confidence motion was defeated in the Knesset 37-5.
Following tne vote, Premier Da-*---------------------------------------------
vid Ben-Gurion challenged the I The resolution instructs the mem-
right of the left-wing Cabinet. bm ^ ^ party in the parliament
members to bring the same pro-1. ____ .. ,
posal before the Parliamentary t0 ^ae cancellation of the deal.
Committee for Security and For- The General Zionist executive
eign Affairs. He announced that he j took this stand as a result of a
MCI 19 A
Israelis Out
Of UN Group
UNITED NATIONS- rael, which has held membership Iwou,d fl*nt such a PrP"> he meeting which its leaders had earl-
on the executive board of the I c. m m j* e unconstitutional.
United Nat.ons Children's Fund smce on'v th,e government has the
since 1951. and which was in line] Prerogative to negotiate with for-
for the chairmanship of t he iein_Pwers. Thibnngm_8L0.'_su*h
I UNICEF executive board,
been eliminated from UNICEF
has I1
leadership for
eight years.
the first time in
it this a slow-moving busi-
This fact became known here
from the minutes of the last meet-
ing of the United Nations Econom-
ic and Social Council, made pub-
insisted Mr. Bevan. "Over. he in connection with ECOSOC's
er again, we are having in- j next meeting in Geneva this week.
es of this sort, and. appar- i ECOSOC is the UN organ which
we are able to bring no pres- ] elects members to the boards of
[at all on Egypt." various subsidiary UN bodies, in-
Labor M.P., Sydney Sil-1 eluding UNICEF.
asked whether it was not _^^^-, ___
ECOSOC's last setstan was
held in April, wt Mexico City. At
that time, Israel again was a
candidate for the UNICEF ax-
that the Government's "in-
to do anything effective"
result of the Government's
long policy regarding the
Canal.
Continued en Pege 2 A
proposal to the committee by
members of his own Cabinet would
be considered by him as an act of
non-discipline, he warned.
After hurling this challenge,
the Premier left the Cabinet
meeting which, however, con-
tinued without Mm for M min-
utes. His leeving the meeting
was regarded as mt% ultimatum,
end the meeting ended Incon-
clusively.
Meanwhile, it was announced on
Monday that the General Zionist
Party, which is not represented in
the Cabinet, decided to support Is-
rael's arms deal with West Ger-
many. A resolution to this effect
was adopted Sunday night by the
executive committee of the party.
ier Sunday with Premier Ben-Gur-
ion at which the arms deal issue
was discussed. The Premier also
met with leaders of other opposi-
tion partiesthe National Relig-
ious Party and the Agudah Party
whom he informed about the back-
Continued on Pago 7-A
DAVID MN-GUniOH
. ceeJiaoges apposttio-
iss Correspondent in Agonizing Complaint
Stories of Anti-Semitism in Russia
NATIONS(JTAV-Tbe latest press reports detailing offi-
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union were seen here this week as
caused much mere excitement in Soviet circles than such ac-
ns have brought about in the past,
usually sauve and congenial4*
at for Tass, the offi-
iriet news agency, made de-
Bod efforts to trace the
ee of the press reports which
cited specific cases of anti-
activity like the closing of
gogues, the destruction of
of old Jewish cemeteries,
1 the arrest of Jews on charges
I "Zionism" because, in High
Day services, they had ut-
the traditional prayer: "Next
in Jerusalem."
Toss
Vlad-
imir Oserov, insisted on trying
to treee the source of those de-
tailed reports by repeatedly de-
mandlng that Saul Carson, it
ish Telegraphic Agency
aaMndent at the United Nation.,
tog him the source of the hwor-
Carsen teM Mm: "I
knew the source. If I did.
tell
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"I do not understand why you
refuse to reveal the aource," per*
sisted Oserov. "I am a member of
the UN Correspondents Assn., as
you are."
"For one thing," Carson replied,
"If the source happened to be Rus-
sian, he'd be shot tomorrow."
Oserov, who was accompanied
by aaother Tass representative,
Vladimir Bogachev, made his final
approach to Carson during a lun-
cheon of the UN Correspondents
Assn. honoring a colleague. The
exchange between the Tass man
and the JTA writer culminated
with some hot words from both,
thus becoming public. Later, each
apologised to the other, and the
two agreed that "this unfortunate
misunderstanding will not disturb
good professional relations be-
tween us."
At one point In the exchange,
Carson teM Oserov: "If Teas
would issue a factual statement
about those reports, not merely
citing the Soviet Constitution.
hot factually detailing the truth
or falsity of our reports, mat
would make news," Oserov dM
net pick u* the cheNenge.
It was obvious to all correspon-
dents and others here that a Tass
Cawtlwoid en Page A
Cabinet Minutes Show Talk
Of German Buy Last December
JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, in his
capacity of Defense Minister, sought the Cabinet's authorization as far
back as last December to sell Israeli arms abroad under a 1949 law.
This was revealed Tuesday as the government made available tc the
press minutes of past Cabinet meetings, to back Mr. Ben-Gurion's stand
in regard to the sale of grenade launchers to West Germany.
At the meeting of the Cabinet/
in mid-December, Minister of De-
velopment Mordechai Bentov, a
member of the left-wing Mapam
Party, asked Mr. Ben-Gurion:
"Who* is ordering the arms?" The
minutes show that Mr. Ben-Gurion
replied: "From various countries
in Europe."
josttco minister Pinnas Koton,
of the Progressive Party, seM:
"Wo should know from which
counvrtos. srt. Ban vurion mon
'Prom a numhar of ceun-
Mf, Gormany, per-
haps also a third country.'' Mr.
BwfVvwr(#ii tfi#fi twtd ffft#
net. "I em asking for general
imV
A month later, the subject came
up at another Cabinet meeting. Mr.
Bentov and Israel Bar Yehuda,
Minister of the Interior, represent-
ing the Achdut Avodah, were ab-
sent that time. Mr. Ben-Gunon
asked the Cabinet to approve not
only the sale of arms hut also the
manufacture of arms for that pur-
pose. Approval was granted.
On Mar. 29, the issue was brought
before the Cabinet in another con-
text. Finance Minister Levi Esh-
kol. a member of Mr. Ben-Gurion's
Mapei Party, informed the Cabi-
net that some foreign currency in-
come was expected from West
Germany. Minister of Health Is-
rael Barzilai, of the Mapam Party,
raised the question about the sale
of arms to Germany.
Mr. Ben-Gurion replied by ask-
ing which of the Jewish laws for-
bids sale of arms to West Ger-
many. "It is not written in the
Bible," responded Mr. Barzilai,
"but I think we should not sell
en Pege 3 A
French Bigot Made to Resign Post
PARIS another blow at Sen. Ferdinand Auberger, whose
election to the Mayoralty of Belle Rive-sur-ABiers
was voiced by another tribunal last week for his
anti-Semitic campaign.
The Correctional Court at Cusset imposed a
fine of 330,000 francs on Sen. Auberger for bis
actions. The court alsc ordered him to pay 200,000
francs in damages to the man whom he defeated
his mayoralty campaign, Ben Hamou, a Jew.
Auberger's seat in the Sonets Is net effected.
However, the Franch Administrative Tribunal nul-
lified his election as Mayor of the little town, actor
convicting Mm of conducting has campaign against
Hamou through the use of anti-Semitic slogan* and
liter etu re.
The decision of the Clermont-Ferrand adminis-
trative tribunal to annul the Mayor's election for
using anti-Semitic propaganda in his electoral cam-
paign has provoked particular interest among Jew-
ish groups in Paris because, for the first time, the
new French Constitution is invoked for the protec-
tion of the rights of Jews and in the fight against
anti-Semitism.
In handing down its decision to annul the elec-
tion of Mayor Auberger, the Clermont-Ferrand court
asserted that Auberger in carrying out attacks on the
origin, race and religion of his opponent, Ben Hamou,
had disregarded the general principles of French
law as is enunciated in the preamble and articles two
and four of the French Constitution.


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You have, however," Mr. *: R*i^ ol the 2!
ThcyUdecired "them- Gorion wTetc to JJ* ^^ "** [*-Bar Yehudrt^g
Suave, and the sa.e of ^ J~ ^^ opposed" to ^^*U,*Jn"*f ^^Sf
4 mi added by the government ,0 Germany. Re- poe cancellation uw wcu o.
o K Cabinet minutes states: "No s"< -- *- IMt.l .our Drop**.*, or* adopUd.
e-H *" '" 'A 5S.1 Germans have murdered ana ^g^ggfe o< Com*
.rms to Germany. I a 8Bd ^ '% 5a b *- J r
cussion of the subject." the oot Western Germ w ^ ^ ,nlerwr Isrtel Bar
Good," answered the Prime ^^ t0 a* "P"' and Ychudah.
Minister "next week. But do you East Germany has murdered* p
SSto sal of arms only to West a(s0 uken ,be possessions. There| Qn Apf |n role the Pre
Germany or to East Germany trW difference. Mr .mier and referred to the fact IMi
loo- Mr. Barzilai said he objects ..Ncverlheles.s." responded Mr ^ had bcen no mM onjbe
to such sale to East Germany as Bamiai, "there is a dif
well.
"Why did yew travel te Sett
Germany?" asked Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion. "I eve* refused to writo a
letter to an East German protes-
tor in regard to a book abovt
Spinoia-altfcevgh thi* professor
is a man of sterling character.
I Eid that, had the inquiry eoene
from e professor in SwNterland,
I would hava wriHen willingly."
"In my opinion." said Mr. Bar
zilai, "it is possible and necessary
to travel to every internatioaal
gathering m Germany, Eastern or
Western. Everyone goes."
Mr. Ben-Gurion insisted. "It is
permissible to travel to West Ger-
Mr. Ren-Ovrieei replied
MAHtiswd Km Cabinet
regarding) Hse sale at
fsw eetaatttaijoB ^
ffsMMBt" They tfL?
MU. tbey request il,,
Uott should not he.
Sis days later, Mr
reiUratad the txutmJ
and culon on this iMoeffel
foJod it "amjdied so all cewestrkN |^a JJ J^J* sold to igj
, He
pointed mJ
turned to the question of, J J* ^ffie, m,r*. they the deeis-M ^** "
many or submated any mo,,on ^ ^ ho_p. that, pendmj, ^J^UJ -
one
Germany or suwniueu ..j .-.- xpressed the nope m.i. ^.. '-*."~^ Vj_T
a. the next meeting or smce ^cussjon ,he r^n*. Ministry cerd.nfl.v On t* Raetltt of fhe
Aside from the Cabinet meeting d ufce no s,ep, ,0 Imp|fmen! matter, your altitude surpriaea ane,
bat you are entitled lo hold it, ass!

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OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
CONTACT LENSES
Continued from Page M
ocutivo board. The minutes show
that hrasA was net electee. Is-
rael first became a memhar of
the UNKEF osteeutivo board in
1S51, held the ehoirmanship of
the UN ICE F program commit-
Frshrng rornome-f fo Open
too in IKS aid lti, aatd hold the
vice chairmanship of the ok-
ocutivo board for IN) and ISM.
The new board, without Israel,
will take office January 1, 1H.
In addition to voting against Is-
rael for the UN1CEF post, ECOSOC
also eliminated Israel's candida-
cies for the Social Commission, the
Commission on Human Rights, and
}
...... the Population Commission. The ,
Beginning this weekend, the fish fc. h f (h irNICEF execu. ,
I shall snake Sfo vaaa attempt to
prove the absurdity of your pro-
posal."
The two Mitusters replied lint
I they did Met recatl
decision "that can be relfcad
| on the rah* of arms to Germany
by the Defense Ministry without
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and citations awarded each year nale ,0 Washlnn-
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, ing, fly casting and spinmng. failed Nations report. He empha- '
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time not to run for any leading po-':
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Go Slow on Integration, Jaffe Warns
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FEDERATION PROVES MATURITY
PAGE 10-A
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Some 500 persons saw Sam J. Heiman installed as president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Saturday evening at the Americana
hotel, as Federation also marked its 2lst anniversary of service to-ade
county's Jewish community in the field of unified fund raising and
planning.
In ceremonies that included a
major address by Morris Jaffe,
newly-elected president of the
Southern Section, Council of Jew-
*KS2*
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lochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridicm, accepts a
. the Greater Miami Jewish Federation "in Tecogni-
[years of community service and objective reporting
the local, national and international Jewish scene."
\. Myers, a founder and first president of Federation,
presentation at Federation's 21st annual dinner
lid in the Americana hotel Saturday evening, with
500 members of Federation and out-of-town guests
re.
HBJ|
CM (JTA) The Is-
?Frazer Company an-
this week that it haa
first order from
$1,900,000 wortk oi
er vehicles. The or-
filled under a trade
ith Colombia, calling
for import here of Colombia cof-
fee. A spokesman for the company
also disclosed the firm has resum-
ed exports to Turkey, sending 600
delivery trucks. The spokesman
said that the company's experts for
Ike first naif of this year will ex-
ceed the value of the exports dur-
ing the similar period of 1958.
mplete and DepomdwUt Tit It Sonko
I AMI TITLE
& Qkttact Co.
YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DAM COUNTY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
t;*W hmrsaee Policies ef
leases City TitU lasereaca Co.
Central, Serpan t Rssarvea
fice** SSflMfiM
IM SHORHANO AKABf nUM*I Ft t-Mfl
i Known Ai 1S4 and If Security Trmt Company SlOg.)
INSURED SAVINGS
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and
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MIAMI BKACH
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SAVINGS ANO LOAN ASSJOCTATIOM
i Office* tleteia lets f WtaSisftei Atttaja
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, presentations were made to
Nahum Astar, Israel's Consul for
Southeastern United States with
offices in Atlanta, Oa., who shortly'
winds up his duties here to return
to his homeland, and Fred K.
Shochet, publisher of The Jewish
Floridian.
Stanley C. Myers, dinner chair-
man, presented Shochet with a
plaque from federation which
cites the newspaper for "3* years
of community service and owfec-
tivt reporting of news on the lo-
cal, national and international
Jewish scene."
In stepping up to the presidency
of Federation, Heiman relinquish-
ed his post as president of the
Southern Section ef CJFWF to
Jaffe, Dallas Jewish community
leader. CJFWF held a simultane-
ous weekend contention at the
Americana attended by represen-
tatives from 12 Southern states.
Jaffe told the Saturday night
annual dinner that "Federations
throughout the nation are the
standard-bearers of community
unity. They symbolize the victory
over segmentation of interests
of a total view of Jewish commu-
nities for the total common good."
In this sense, Jaffe declared,
"homes for the aged, community
centers and family service agen-
cies are no longer regarded as
single solutions to a specific com-
munity's needs. All are deemed j
important within the planned scope \
of each area's Federation organi-
zation."
In a plea for ginger handling of
integration in the South, which
took up a major part of his ad-
dress, the new CJFWT president1
said that "democracy is for all
Americans, not just for a few. Nor
must we g\ve up our vision of free-
dom as a total concept."
Jaffe cautioned that "minority
groups are especially sensitive to
the battle for freedom" because
"wherever social dislocation oc-
curs minorities are subject to its
backwash."
At tha same time, he cautioned
national Jewish community re-
lations agencies to recognise
that Southern Jews do not live
in an "iron curtain society" and
that integration needs "special
ways and means" here because
the backwash of social disloca-
tion can cause anti-Semitism."
Pointing to the support of Fed-
immigrarlon crisis as tin exam-
ple, he said that "charity giving
should not be governed by such
sudden needs."
The 21st' annual Federation meet-
ing Virtually brought to a close the
1959 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, with over $1,800,000 an-
erations across the nation render "ounced. Aaron Kanner stepped
ed to the reemergence of the State I "f*" !rom.tw teJms Pre*"*"*
of Israel in the 20th century. Jaffe' of PederaUon to become honorary
said that American Jewry had pe A ..
been responsible for nearly 11 bil-1 h?r ,off'ce" e,eCtedv f* 19f
lion sent to Israel since 1948. I l"ci"de J"k C"*1"- D M"is
"Israel," he declared, "is the podman, A. J. Harris Mrs. Stan-
answer to those nations of the g c **>?"; H,r0,d fThuJ-m.'t
world that stood silently by while.)"" Presidents; Jay I. Kislak.
Jews were being slaughtered in I treasurer; Leo Eisenstein assoc-
untold numbers in Europe andjcu,le. treasure.; Arnold Seeder,
while those who eouW escape had : secretary; Judge Irving Cypen, a-
doors of entry closed in their soc!'3,e 7c,r.etry .,,
faces Samuel N. Friedland, chairman,
.... William Agranove, Shepard Broad,
.n a final plea for a new ap-, Leo Chaiki Jud Milton ^
proach to fund raising through: FriednWlli Mrs. Looig ciasser,
EH^,A2Ml?LS,t Stanley C. Myers. Arnold Seeder.
jections of "gimmicks" and a
sound recognition of "the continu-
Sary A. Goldstein, M. J. Kopelo-
, witi, Benjamin Myers. Sidney Lef-
ing philanthropic responsibility of cmjrt Sam c Lev^,,, David
Jews dating back in history to the Phinips Joge^ w R Mrs>
days when our ancestors sat at the |Samue, simonhoff. Mrs. Carl Wein-
waters of Babylon.' / |We trustees; Mose, Ginsberg,
Citing the recent Rumanian | Harry Sirkin, honorary trustees.
Quarterly Goes to Moscow
NEW YORK "Judaism," a I
quarterly journal of Jewish life
and thought published by the
American Jewish Congress, has
been selected as one of 250 U. S.
publications to be shown at the
American national exhibition la
Moscow this summer. The maga-
xine was selected by Miss Mar-
garet Conlan, chief of the New
York Services Section of the Uni-
ted States Information Agency.
The U. S. exhibit in Moscow will
ran from July 29 to Sept. 4.
Osm'I put it off put it on I
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN............................Executive Editor
ISRAEL BUREAU
10 A. D. Gordon Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
BAY U. BINDER______________Correspondent
Israel Must Face Reality.
The current baitle in Israel over the sale of
arms to Germany would be a tempest in a
teapot were the issues not so central to the
emotions of Jews there and throughout the
woi-d.
We believe Mr. Ben-Gurion has proven the
tightness of at leasi one of his two fundamental
portions in this question: His publication Tues-
day of the Cabinet minutes emphasize that he
did not act unilaterally and that he was not try-
ing ;o be secretive about the arms sales.
With respect to the validity of his decision,
the Prime Minister will unfortunately have a
more difficult battle. While it is no longer a
political crisisMr. Ben-Gurion by the begin-
ning of the week demonstrated he would be
able to ride out the storm of parliamentary pro-
test about himmoral aspects of the question
moy plague him for some time to come.
We are certain Mr. Ben-Gurion is well
aware of the nature of the crimes perpetrated
by Hitler Germany against the Jews. His own
words to the contrary, he also knows that the
S866 million in reparation payments Bonn is
making to Israel today will never serve to
ercse from the pages of history the enormity
of these crimes.
These considerations, however, bear little
relationship to Israel's contemporary dilemma
her desperate need for export and foreign
trode. Whether we come to recognize it or not,
Germany has significantly contributed to a
solution to this dilemma. Reparations are only
one phase of the contributiona phase des-
tined to disappear by 1965, when the payments
will be completed.
The arms negotiations are another exam-
pie. Small though this arrangement may be
it helps make Israel viable. It also strengthens
general economic ties with Europe's chief NATO
country on the continent a goal difficult to
acmeve under American foreign policy of re-
ceni years. '
Finally, it continues to prove Germany's
wJi.ngness to deal with Israel in the face of
Aiao threats of boycott.
How unrealistic car. Mr. Ben-Gurion's od-
ponents be, that they refuse to consider Israel s
h.ghest interests in the name of agonizinq mem-
0*. Jews everywhere share, but which cer.
23LJEfi,he"in ,he realmes of
Achievement of Maturity
n W"' The Iev':3h Floridian s been
and objective repo^g oi EJSXTS?
-tonal and international ^ c^ ^
executive editor Ler, M?!3i Shoche' and
professional journalism'fraterni'v "*"""*
Chi et;rna^a,tD?i,he f'^ Dei,
recognition of The JeWlSSlm? g6neral
mature and mature ser^e to ^1* ??Wing
general communities. ,ewish ard
In its fullest sense, this nlar..
even greater de.erminaUo? lo IT* US n
kd of journalistic trea^l ^ This
occasion boomerang^rlS?,? b^M
ve development all 0f iT^ h* pro9res"
^ing and achieving!- Xtv:^
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On. Vllf SS.0S___________
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Volume 33
Fnday. My 3. 1958
27 Sivan 5719
Number 27
BELL AND BOOK
Personal Reply Necessary
Telephoned expressions of dismay and
disbelief flooded the offices of The Jewish Flor-
idian this past week concerning the alleged
statement of a locally prominent businessman
attributed to him by a Miami Beach Sun
umnist.
umnist.
In essence, hotel owner Morris Lansburgh
was quoted as calling for the establishment of
a project geared toward the general revival oi
restricted hotels here. The statement also im-
estricted hotels here. The statement also im-
pned that there are too many Jews on Miami
Beach for its economic good.
Our news staff promptly discussed the
question with the area's civic defense agencies.
who were by then already busily reacting to
the alleged statement themselves. Jewish
rlondian *>>< -<-
or.aian staffers also contacted Mr Lans-
Sl oJepreSentC"VeS at,er lea""9 'hat the
hotel owner was 0UJ Qj (he J e
able for comment. unava.i-
ava^Ll'T S!l The ,6Wish Fl0"dian had
along with our general story cove^ne'
cern1;^'1108^!.^ Can understand the con-
byoua;'eaTsardt;.me\eXP'^ed,-
non-Jewish Weaatfj,'^3^0^ ,ew*h and
mtnt issued by aTa^h J^ ,he 8,aIe"
representative> doest ?h pubUc rela,lon*
or valid expbnXTo "he DC'COnSSU,e a ^
and latter-day sVg^tl 'h'S ^'"A
by Mr. Lansburgh h'S? 7n,r "P^io,.
'he community w 11? I UnUl ? u clai*l.
Surely. Mr. Lansb^S^ ** ma"y-
We offer him the new* S, rema,n ""
"ondian and as Z2 ^rT ? The '*""
--------__^^^-~------*TO community.
** it before w- u .,
because we'cons!der'LT? '" 'utur.
J^hy instrucuo^^J^n. a source formation. "" WeU as of accurate in
dmrimw ihm wh\
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_ of j,^:
t^^ity. he

sere for tW
**>J eveniaj st^i
hotel Jsffe ws. fcere """''Mwi's i,
alw at the Americana. "WW CJrWF IdeaU. be
unified community unenewbseed ky sesjmeaUtKwt-osc ti
ive individual priority to pet pretorts si hoipiitL^rJj
or community cesiters. In his eyee. Ike total W ,,' yi
,nd other services is sauca to be fsresened. TV Cosm*^
Kederstiooi snd Welfsre FtesW. he said, hes rowTfcsel!.^
mcreawnjily prevsleot belief to a "totality of taterwu'-^'J
mum commoo good.
\ owing st the otoset Chat he would ecs ttir< .laHe dertsred: redorsttona throughoot the SoaK
tM nation march together trader eat broad standard. rJS
i, *mt cxpresMea of our dcoire to asake the Jewish
,.( broyierhoods reflectton of the nobler part of liur u
From these snd other of his self-created, if quail* *7^
,!,-. t a broad definition of the scope of CJFWF there wiiy
carious leap entailing sn exposition of proven Pederatioa solrJ
fied fund raisinf campaign aimed at financing carefully siaiwl
munit> program* Starting with a discnasion of th- proni7i
selves. Jaffe offered s telescopic view of principal tervkWii
homes for the aged, community centers and famih ajencm
4 poitiait or commmmr tamos
Of aged HOMBS, Jaffe reflected what seems to be a auJ
ful achievement aatong Jews everywhere Thetc mm
I are no longer miserable terminals for encroaching
Heath They are. instead, places where the elderlx comeusj
liveto experience gainful employment, and to crcatf wiIbbT
of individual physical limitations.
of community centers, the new Southern Section preudHi
a glowing evolution from the settlement house concept for i
at the end of the nineteenth century to organization* is*.
nt ithtx.rhood activity. In these centers, he declared the '
religious faith are frequently crossed, suggesting a kind of I
hood emerging out of snared leisure-time programs Maker
erence to the word, "suburbia." with its Incressingly presaks]
notation of opprobrium. Jaffe as an alternative discussed tsti
areas'' to which young Jewish couples are more and marts,
move, and the role community centers play in fulfilling tans
(?f family service agencies, he drew a portrait in which tanl
delineated no longer as instrumentalities of cbant> but of os
for the alleviation of marital discord, child maladjustment asdi
home tensions.
In all these areas of development. Jaffe said, the rousede*l
Federations and Welfare Funds baa made msjor roathbam.1
bracing an evolving philosophy with raapicl to the types of i
rendered and their performing organizations. Jumping few
categories to community health, be made the most internali
ihorean turn of allin which community hearth meant a hrssti
to stay out of the integration battle.
avoidinc mi uumutr m mi costs
CE w CAN PROP!PLY deny Jaffe's equation of Jewish physcsj
being with civil rights snxietiasexcept to say that mi
more likely expect hospitals to eater into this category of pa
Federation services. But for Jaffe. st proved s jumping at |
amue the common Southern view of national com musty ru
agencies and their presumably Nortb-erieoted pronouncewem
A healthy society." the CJPWT Section president dedarsf,
knows that minority groups always face the backwash of sri
location Setting up this precept as a warning to those km\
hastily jumped into the segregation battle. Jaffe balanced ssi
chastisement with the palliative that "we must fight few h-
-er> where Democracy is indivisible and for sll citirens. Tnj
be democratic with respect to some and totalitarian witfc
othc |
Hromptly returning to his warning, be dulled its sharp -,
lions b> remarking that "eoclal dislocation means possski
and necesaitstea positive action in behalf of our r-
freedom Thus solidly enaconced on the seesaw of safe sad I
immobility m the wake of his simultaneous gambits toward iu
community relations approach to integration and doing nothw,
ultimately came to rest: -We are faced." he obsoned, "ami1
uining a h.ch moral position as Jews of the South. Hut in w
of the.country it takes great courage to stand up"
i bus Jaffe informed the notional community relations
'hat d not live behind aa iron cartam and that oar |
''"' approach Only one mere step was nccessarjl
move him from the generalities he vowed st the outs.: to am* '
'" declared, "does not always belong to tlw- m.litast "
1> outspoken." Psr-ading for "different ways aad -,
character to deal with integration. Jafle in effeaj
that Southern Jewry does not nave the courage to stasdH
-'"'Id at ail costs avoid the "backwash"
""'mi omroacN ro rgajp itiiajsg
WHAT E NEW President thus created was s Southen
famiiT y r,'l'1,"'w'h homes for the aged, community cssnnl
1 >"i service agencies silent in the face of a battle for justice K
on.T^C"mfortaWe ,h" tor the aged eases*
muniu 7* Wsllh mpect ,0 traditional Jewish parental t*i
E. m!k b> V,r,Ue ^ ""^ "o-tiytog" character, an-aj4
franik," mor' 'riendly and approachable in the eyesdl
o r matur *hb"w F*m">' ""* -K^ foT ,h-r PUl
nZ^^ View tw-tt^tTy man.
hat u-hdrr*dfulitereotypes. heaped upon a plea foral
r '"' ,n""sUy but to ignore action as one of 9**
n J?w,:i m0T'lily- -PP"Uy cnJStutoTjaffe's of*J
added'"* ^hcommIu''ys 'totality of toterests" in 19M *
of Israel ,ouch our tioua "cJurily" impuhe*'
rr.nc?rn k!"" "^ So"1**'* Section president failed in hi* -
I.. Tll!"^" *'U a Jewtsl, tisu Far aawhere dnlhri
--.'on twr -rSSEZSSZ;- h
u'"' ,0 wh' a^U our constraction of aged homes asd,
iS^, future mSSS^^L neither^
*% ^J^itt^J*-* by the ^
*"d abroad h, ,?P **** campaign, in behalf of nee* *T
bsl.ty .Van 1^1v^ed1UU,Md eucton of commusirjjjl
,ac,**vtow-"^?**** ** **tn">u^
*. JaWe iaT?i!! tJ'd,t%OOMl J*^* concepts of phil"
,e to be heartily appUudod.


r i 1959
ties Affirm, Shun Meeting Mace Decision
rhc executive i agreed this wk to bold the or- iAe committee has refrained -to
the latenutioaaftganizatioaVft&t Vrld cmwnm, preaeat tkat rtajIrtM JsaaeeBj-U
I ,1 T'X
S-A
is dow taking place here, because the floor of the convention because
there is wide rift among the del
efftte* "AoMi-the proposed site for
T%e dln>uteM came Saturday to
one member of the executive com-
mittee. Mayor Gershon Afros, of
of Jerusalem, has bee* forbidden
to attend the Germaa meetin.2.

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OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 134 MILLION DOLLARS


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Mt. Smw Serves
Entire County.
Show
Left to right ore Sol S. Pine presenting a check for $5,000 to
John Serbin. chcnrrnan of the Temple Beth Shalom building
fund campaign, while Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg, pres-
ident of the Temple, looks on. Presentation was made at the
installation fund-rcising dinner of the Brotherhood of Temple
Beth Sholom. of which Pine was chairman. The check repre-
sents the balcnce of a SIQ.003 pledge which the Brotherhood
-ade to the Temple's building fund. Jack Wagner is pres-
-t of the Brotherhood, which supports the youth activities
cf Temple Beth Sholcm. Robe; Leon Krorush is spiritual leader
of the conareaation.
Golf Tournament Sunday
Players mil fight it out on the
links Sunday when they meet in
best-ball competition at the Bay-
shore golf course in Miami Beach
Scotch foursome tournament .th
Bernard Cumes. Sam Lovett and
M Bad Hwprtal WWI jj
Greater Mum., according to a nf-
m m patients' ant*- covering a
one MT period
Thougi J*V Percent of admi.
noos came from Mmau Beach
Safari*. Bay Harhor Inlands aed
Bay Village. TO perctM ef
Otm wpw* toe*Wi
ocrp- apartment revealed
nesda>
At various tunes of tae year. Mt
(yds are occupied by tear-
;.. :he extent of 10 perceat of
capant> and the forthcoaaaM
rpening ef the new building with
enlareeri facilities will txatefi*.
both tourist sand residents ah**
Seme r percan* ef admission*
come from residents of the City
o< Miami, sshkh includes sweh
areas as Narth Mienw Baech,
North Miami, Biscevne Park.
Miami Shores, Opa-iecka. Miami
Springs, Hieleeh, El Perfel end
Was* Miami, as well as such
areas as Liberty City and
Bunch. Park.
The department a No notes that
18 percent of Mt. .vnai patierru,
Sid Feldstein handling arrange- Ci| [nm Bwviard ccwty JS
roents at Bayshore Play will be less than 1 percent from other
followed by a eomplimrntery club- Florida counties or out-of state ad-
The Bayshore
sponsonn* an
Golfers
18-hole.
Club is house buffet, and trophies will go.dress*>'
mixed to winners
Samuel Gertner. executive di-
rector of lit Sinai Hospital, said
that in view nf the modern hos-
pital site now being completed, a
greater pereeetage of peiten* m
need of hosp.tal cart will volun-
tarily select the services of Mt.
Sinai -
eoua'y
THEN TO TEL AVIV
Th' it Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee
i ear and a golden opportunity for
iTv-finjoy..flyin*at iU finesrt
the Atlantic on a luxurious, four-
engine DC-7C (Kosher foods avail-
sble on all flighta). Then go direct
grand tour with the KLM stop-
over plan. Visit Unden p.,!*
>f other hiatonc-diies-at no extra
Kids Have
Summer Fun
"\*TBirtt hike* and Western
Gold Rush programs were featur-
ed during the third week of the
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Centers day camp pregram. ac-
cording to Mrs Waller Feltman.
chairman of the GMJCC
day camp committee.
Overnight trips included the
senior boys and girls at Camp Neat
of the North County YMHA
Braach Camp Ma Ka Bee of the
Miami YMHA Branch, and ( .
Kaaimah of the South*ot YMHA
Branch The bo>s and saris of
Camp Shalom 0f the Miami Beach
YMHA Branch concluded their an-
nual Gold Rush, which will be cli-
maxed Sunday. July U, WJlh ,n
.I^out Camp Western tarnwal.
_ *TT "' Mu m XI j.
cen.,rm July 8 tr*. S 7
while Cap Near
Kaoimah .,. pitnnm9
camp skow, i ,
. rauntstars. as wtH
nt*. will participate.
AH of the nearly 500 chiMr
Participating ln Use GMJtr Z
JJJ 'his year w.|| ?.* ^
*cond P*rod of day
cording 10 E H Gale
director of GMJrr
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Arms Deal Survives Icy Blast
I from Paee 1-A
arms deal and the
thai Wd to the cur-
at between him-
'MlMt partners of the
meat.
nwV no offer
parties to pe/tici-
taker government,
i-ke regarded it as his
Um situation to the
[opposition." The only
[the opposition not in-
meeting, were those
jght wing Herat Party
iiuniste.
Doyen, former
of the Israel De-
Uwnchly suoport-
rien eet the arms-
laoue, in a hroutcast
over Kel Israel,
Gen. Day an de-
with Dr. Yahaav
member ef Pertia-
Hervt
insisting that the
bf ef the issue was of
tance, declared that
[deal "desecrates the
fcDOO.OOO Jews" for the
feral million dollars."
held that the Jews
at the hands of Ger-
flfclriBg World War II
the arms deal,
perished. Gen, Dayan
the present geqer-
let such thing* be
ording to him, suck
would mean that
f strengthen itself, "and
\ the present arms deal
[greatly." The former
declared he saw no
grenade launch-
Germany, "Just as
ren cooperating with
the armament field."
ected that the Mapara
Avedah deputies in
Parliament will vote agalast the
non-confidence, motion submitted
by the Communists, bag wsM insist
on th* csmspasWmn of the arms
deal wtieaT-tthlSmrn brought be-
fore the Parkejaeotary Committee
on Security and Foreign Affairs.
Meanwhile, Premier David
Mn-Gnrtee
fence the
of has CabW the
and Achdut Avsdah if
will no* hro him uanuali-
ludod wMi Woet em any,
which larani seM to the
West Gorman Government abowt
*3,MUh worth ef gronado
launchers.
Prior to a sis-hour meeting el
tbg Cabinet, which was to con-
tinue hero later, the PgasjMW in*
vited the representatives of the
opposition fautsea which ate net in
the cenhaoe government to
meeting. This was considered u
open notice to the leftist members
of his Cabinet that lees they
agree to accent coHecttve respon-
sibility ef the government in fat-
fUbng the arms contract with West
Germany, be would turn to the op-
position parties for the formation
of a caretaker government.
The opponflhm- parties^-whom
Premier Ben-Gurion invited for
talks included the General Zionist,
Rational Religious, composed of
Miirachi and Mmracbi-laborites,
Agudat Israel, and Agudah Labor-
ites. The right-wing Herat Party,
in the meantime, announced that
it would introduce a motion de-
manding the cancellation of the
arms deal, while the Communist
Party registered a motion of non-
confidence.
Poem 7-A
if not on the arms deal issue from it*
Cabinet member, Israel Bar Ye-
huda, following Mr. Ben-Gurion's
statement that the whole Cabinet
was aware of the deal since last
December. After the meeting was
over, a spokesman for Achdut Ave-
elections .n November. At the d,h Mid|~..Fo]k)wi, H^Bar Ye-
"*LTt- fti-^ffiyy Hkm1ntn- roe^.-if-nepeam theMwe
ported taking me-attitude of sup- micr Ben-Gurion's statement is in-
ei van a froe hand by the party.
The General Zionists indicated
that they will not participate in a
caretaktaV government, which
would take over until the national
porting the arms deal. "If we can
sell vitamins oranges to West
Germany, why not also arms?"
was the stand they took. However,
compatible with the facts."
The spokesman claimed that
there was no discussion in the
Following the adjournment
the Cabinet meet inn, Mr
Gwrfon invited the loaders ef
own Mapei Party for a
once to acquaint them with
developments. Sunday, be
pertedry told them at a
once in Te4 Aviv that be
demand a free hand en
sue, and that he would brook
(wirTtaVeHi policy 9f\ nytntofji
nected with the defense ef
country. Ho also reportedly
the loaders ef his party that
of
n>
his
they made it clear that they do' c*MBt over, ** *** _?* w"
not want to come before the elac- l"2* y ^"f" adopted He
torate in the national elections as ** that Prty supported the
a junior partner in a temporary atu,ude "" "? Cabinet members
coalition opposing the deal, and demanding
In an exclusive interview pub- "8 "nceUation, as well as to re-
lisbed in Davar. organ of the His- (ra,D,!n tbe "**>* s*U"* y
tadrut. Premier Ben-Gurion said |UraeU sjoGermany.
"all Cabinet members were aware,
of the arms deal with West Ger-, Symgfmjmt fP mt fftSfdfW
many which waa approved unani-
tha b>
raously." He added that the deal
was net made public by Israel be-
cause "we were requested by the
Germans to keep it secret." The
THE HAGUE(JTA)The 250-
year-eld Ashkenazi synagogue in
the former Amsterdam Ghetto,
desecrated during World War II.
Premier also said in his interview that early this month, he reported! **" *** DuU* Go*****- *ke
L j 7 77^ l Government will pay 90 percent of
on the deal to the Paxlumentary a* c^ restoration. The City
Security and Pereign Affairs Com- ef Amsterdam previously had pur
mittee. chased the building to make it a
The political committee of Ach- museum and exhibition hall of
dut Avodah met to hear a report' architecture.
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new tarm on thn city council oppaas ham with Mm CtaJ
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I Bat had been made of C.utiO.uWI pounds a Israeiaade aras u>
West Germax Army. The right wing Hera Pat* praanUy ne-
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me Minister David BenOmr---------------------------------------------
- ana nnjaeha to appear this adium u, ty^*A,u M
I before PurLimenfs Security Move ^.-.^-. a mmu^
Foreign Affairs Cat satire, m Pirinaml
vt*re he would paaaBahaj an-
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Sanaa that Mr Bea^Garaa woaid a na aanssai ansnaM a
Me to impose secrecy an that njnhanaa *ar Aaaa Avsdnk.
-nnouncement tha the Premier Mhriei. aswrtad tha if *
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Vest Geraan Defense Ministry
signed aa agreement suih aa Is-
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aeenatian of a Laxemboerg com-
snny a apply the Wea Geraan
Amy with BUN grenade threw
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craphed Knesset Speaker Nacana
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HISTORY PAGE- Kabbi Lima
Rabbi Solomon Luria (Maharshal)
was born in Brest-Litovsk, Uth-
uania, in 1510. He received his
earlier Talmudic training from his
grandfather. Rabbi Isaac Klaubef.
of Posen. He lived with his grand-
[father until a fire destroyed his
[property and impoverished him.
Rabbi Luria returned to Brest-
{Litovsk and founded a Yesmva
[there.
In about 1550. he was invited to
1 become the Rabbi of Ostrog. where
! he also organized a Yeshiva. In
i 1555. he moved to Lublin. Poland.
[ where he remained for the rest of
_. his life. There he founded a
Yeshiva and became the spiritual
\ leader of the district.
Rabbi Luria was a dilisent and
I exacting scholar. He denounced
" every form of hypocrisy and in
justice. Rabbi Luria maintained
that there is no final codelication
in Jewish law. He even took issue with Rabbi Joseph Karo's Shul-
chan Aruch. as well as with Maimonides. Rabbi Solomon Luna
was exceedingly thorough in his study of the Talmud and engaged
in extensive research of all legal opinions and views expressed
before his time.
His monumental work was published under the name of
Maharshal. which is an abbreviation of his name. The work itself
was entitled Yam Shel Shlomo (The Sea of Solomon). Unfortun-
ately, Rabbi Luria did not complete his commentary on the en-
tire Talmud, but only on seven tractates. Rabbi Luria's correc
tions were incorporated in the Amsterdam edition of the Talmud.
Among the works compiled by Rabbi Luria mav be lifted
Chochmath Shlomo. Yenoth Shlomo, Atcreth Shlomo, Ammude
Shlomo.
Rabbi Solomon Luria married the daughter of Rabbi Kalony-
mus. the famous pietist who compiled main ui tne prayers mat
are still in use during our High Holy Dav services. Rabbi Luna
himself also compiled some piyutim (prayers and hymns He
died Nov. 7, 1573. in Lublin.
Pi
Htllel Director Quits Hb Pest
Maker of
WASUJNCTOK-Dr. Jisdah U-
Diro resigned this week M Moots-
,| direrter of the B'mI BYMl
Hilh*l Foundations.
Announcement of the
came from Dr. William
Ann Arbor. Mtffc.. nataossal chair
man of B nai Bfiths rfflhel Coan-
mission. ^
The resignation was reed ink!
with "profound regret," aH. Haber
said. The eieeutlve committee of
the Hillel Comsahuion wUl
next month to discuss the
of Dr Shapiro's successor
1UDAH BUPM
Or. Shapiro mM Ms _
to quit as esecwtive heoal Of sVnel
B'rrhVs program et rsHsjioau. od-
iKattonel end cwwvcel activity
for Jewish students en 214 col-
lege and university campuses
was prompted by "personal rea-
I truly regret thst,.
*\. l c*"y awn
MlitCl and ,
* 'ho are at
tssoir eoaslinuing isni
** reaignatioa. k
hwaaeauaklr ^ \
f** his post sjfM
* hla asjcerssor.
Ha wUI alo -be
consultative duties"
of the year.
He departed Wed*
trails, where he *$
mouth assisting Bsail
on that continent to
programs at the l_,
Sydney and Melbourne
i
ssnsjji |
The 47-year old
Yorker, ast.um.-d the n
torahip ia January, law
Reform Leader Urges Practice &
BRETTON WOODS. N.H.(JTA>American Reform Jewry was
urged this week to determine "minimal standards" lor observance of
all Judaism's religious ceremonies and to establish standards to make
religious observance expressive of the modern age. The Reform move-1
ment in this country has been operating without a formal code of relit;
ious practice ever since it was founded.
The need for establishing stand-
ards of observance for Sabbath,
holidays and festivals was empha
sized at the opening session of the
70th annual convention of the I
tral Conference of American Rab-
bi- by Dr. Jacob Philip Hudin.
president of the organization of
Reform rabbis. "Surely there are
such minimal standards," he de-
clared in hi- presidential ifMraas
"There must be. To say that there
gresuve religious discipline
which, while retaining the essen-
tials from tradition, shapes and
reshapes ceremony and ritual to
make faith germane and mean-
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30 Years Ago This Week
Solution: A group of Jew
Borisov. Russia, this week formed
an Assn. of Religious Jews to pro-
vide members with someone to re-
cite Kaddisn for them when they
die. The action was forced by the
fact that sons reared under the
Communist regime not only do not
know the prayer but are I
if they are Communist party mem-
bers, to take part m religious
mom
Rabbi Rudin
as not recommending revival of
old ceremonies or estaohshment of
- a binding code. He said he was
are not is to say that Reform Ju- pleadn-.g for determination of "the
datam ii without its discipline lor irreducible minimum" upon which
daily living. It would mean that Reform Judaism must build "We
, there is no longer in Reform Ju- ought to take the eternal aspects
daismthe binding .strength of the ol the ord, as -h>member the
ence, and 2 The protosJ
ous experience of u i
expressed in laws," Dr |
ski stressed the primar,,
group experiences. "Waaii
makes the so-called Last
any more divine thaa stt |
of Hammurabi'" he t*tL
here that we come to tat |
nily aspect of revelum
from Heaven, m contrsai
lation as mere di.ine ax
He admonished the costs
rediscover the source
to modern Reform Je
emphasised that he ^ flf reVf.lallon
eternal word. '
The Central Conference, larg-
est rabbinic organization, rep-
resents approximately Till relig-
ious leaders of Reform congre-
gations throughout the U.S. and
Canada. The Reform movement,
which has a membership of ap-
proximately million, holds that
Judaism Is a continuously pro-
7C
,wise
visions require time
i
fund,.
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ith Day. to keep it holy." and
hat that word realistically
means in our time," he told bis
colleagues.
Whai oughl we to do to observe
the Sabbath and keep it holy?
le and what is im-
I -" h;: must be done'
Wl ot leave undone?
"hat are the mini-
s .bhath?
mum stand-
of other
U, indeed for
hich has
n a rich and
Rs>
Or. Jakob j. Pehaehsweafcl ^
' Cincinnati faculty of the He-
brw Unon Colls ae-j.w,h In.
"u. of Religion, semin.ry of
Keform Judaism, told the rabbis
"> >*ek to rediscover the occe-
- ideas cf group r.v#!,.
Sinai, ., pr9cpn.
* Quides." In century .nd
"' Re,orm Judaism has always
oPTsrad whoo, blnd 4'^
'""d to Orthodoxy.
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WISDOM
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B Mil ALfRIO WAXMAN
The Biblical account of the
twelve spies returning from Canaan
reveals an. interesting lesson on
objective .and subjective opinion
The spies axe sent out to evaluate
the Canaanite position: to note its
strength and weakness and to esti-
mate its strength and weakness
and to estimate the probability of
victory or defeat for the Israelites.
They aU agree that the land is
rich and fertile, incredibly so in
fact; it is necessary for two men to
carry one cluster of grapes on a
staff.
All the other fruit is proportion-
ately oversized and luxriant, and
it is indeed a land flowing with
milk and honey. They also describe
the inhabitants of Canaan as being
of great physical stature and speak
of the "giant sons of Anok." The
cities, too, are walled and appear
to be impregnable fortresses.
The frightened Israelites draw the expected conclusion from these
descriptions. They are ready to appoint a new leader and return to
Egypt.
But two spies, Joshua and Caleb, "quieten the people before
Moses." They dare to be a little less objective and present a subjective
point of view. The other ten had already expressed their fears and
pessimism: "We were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were
in their sight.1' The pessimistic opinion they express is not based so
much on the conditions they find in Canaan but on the condition of
their own minds, still lacking faith in God and His ability to protect
them and help them achieve their goals.
Joshua and Caleb agree that conditions in Canaan are somewhat
frightening but "If the Lord delight in us. He will bring us unto this
land, and give it to us; a land flowing with milk and honey." The
objectivity of the ten who try to be realistic and practical is spoiled by
their lack of faith. The subjectivity of Joshua and Caleb is given
strength and reason by their trust in God.
The fortified cities become weakened and defenseless and the
giants become puny and insignificant pigmies "if the Lord delight in
us." This subjective and optimistic attitude was soon justified by the
conquest of Canaan.
KNOW YOUR HERITAGE -
ADATH VMHUaUN. 1T0SO Collins
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Hereon. Canter Ban Zion Klrechen-
MM
AOUDATM ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyla ava.
O nasal, mm iea* iw.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday ft:34 a.m. Ser-
mon: "DamacocuM Playing the Part
o* IWendera of Democratic Prlii-
o
KAMI MfKID WAXMAN
. iebjetli* er objective
[Is Reborn
ts one do this? I
have determined
twenty-five thous-
fapprox. 6.000 acres)
| may be transformed
ll soil. On this area
rats can rise. How
necessary to pave
tractors and other
[extract the boulders
a small settlement
i on the hill.
Bb the first village in
N- Qivat Yeshayahu
I). It was established
I a 30. And after it will
grillages.
has aireadw begun.
being reborn. In a
^ere will be many new
here and Jewish farm-
extract their bread
of Adulam.
Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Symbols of Jewish Prayer, Piety
Reach into Historic Antiquity
fOUl RABBI
a aajMtUn
It jawll* catreea. |
aajb-iM ta "As*;
* cars *f Tka Jewish'
ha t9T*, Mfeai It, Urn.
B4 Mtwerag, SMSt
la reUftoes sad
TallisPrayer Shawl.
The Tallis is worn during morn-
ing services by men from Bar
Mitzvah age on. It is made of wool
or silk with fringes at the four
corners. The Tallis is also worn
at the evening service on Tisha
B'Av and on the eve of the Day
of Atonement. It is Israel's outer
garment, the coat of honor,
a
Tallis KotonSmall Tallis.
It is also called "Arba Kanfos."
which literally means "four cor-
ners.".It is worn all day under the
ordinary outer garments.

TslsisFringes.
The law of the fringes is found
in Num. XI.37-41, where God asks
Moses to instruct the children of
Israel "that they make them a
fringe upon the corners of their
garments throughout their genera-
tion that they may look upon it
and remember all the command-
ments of the Lord, and do them."
m t
TofilllnPhylactoriM.
The word "Tefillin" is derived
from the Hebrew word "Tfillah"
prayer. In the Tefillin, Inscribed
on parchment and-encased In the
cubicles are four sections from
the Torah. They are found in Ex.
XIII: 1-10; XI: 16; Deut. VI:4-B and
XI: 13-21. These speak of the Mitz
vah of Tefillin, the recognition of
the sovereignty of God, the unity
of God and the exodus from Egypt
the fundamental doctrines of
Judaism.
e a a
YarmolkahSkull Cast.
The skull cap is in use during
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27 Sivan 6:58 pan.
religious services by those who
adhere to traditional Judaism. It
is an age-old symbol which shows
reverence for God. In Talmud,
Sabbath 156 is found: "Cover your
head that the fear of God might
be upon you."
a a a
T'chinahSupplication.
The T'chinah is a sacred devo-
tional book which is written in
Yiddish to accommodate those
women who were unable to under-
stand the meaning of the Siddur
Prayer Book.

Kino*La mania trans.
The Book of Lamentations and
the additional prayers of mourn-
ing in remembrance of the de-
struction of the Beth Hamidash.
the Temple, are known as "Kinos."
They are recited in the syna-
gogue on the Ninth day of Av.

Ti'anoh Ur-anoH"Lat ws go and
sea."
This is a popular Yiddish book
primarily used by the Jewish
women at home. It contains stories
of the Bible, Midrashic tales and
legends. Through this book the
Jewish women became acquainted
with the knowledge of t.ie Pente-
ansme tMti. an aw mn aw.
CanSarvativa. Maxwell Sllbermen,
pre at dent.
MTH DAVID. aewaWSr* ava. Con
aervativa. Rabbi Yaakev Rosenberg
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
Prlrtny 1:41 p.ai. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzvnh Ktr-hard. win of Mr. and Mra.
Hen Stronsln.
BETH EL. SOO IW 17th ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solemon Sohiff.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her.
on. Cantor Hyman Fain.
FYlil'v i|". p.m. Sermon: "The Thlnn
for Which We are OratofuL" Bat.ir-
dny Si a.m.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Lauia Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-111 Washington
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
Friday 9:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 am
liar Mltsvah: Paul, win nf Mr. and
Mra. Abe Hoffenherg. Sermon:
"Weekly Portldn."
----
BETH RAPHAEL. 1SS NW 3rd ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
BETH TFILAH. ass Euclid ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackoveky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
P.O. Box 34-SS*. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Saturday 1:41 a.m. at 1401 SW R7th pi
Hariuuu: "Strategic Miaalon Aocom-
pllahed "
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18140 NW
2nd ava. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
ual Mandel.
Friday 1:30 p.m. Saturday 10:15 a.m.
FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slat
pi. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter.
Friday 4:45 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
c------------------ --------------------
FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1S01
C. Andrewa ava. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ramon. Cantor Sharwin
Laviae.
HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS *th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1180 w. aath at.. Palm
Springs. Jack Kirachbaum, president.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3la SW 24th
tar. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 1:30 a.rrt. Bar
Mltxvah: Steven, son of Mi', and Mra.
Norman Shwedel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday 4:30 p.m. Saturday 8:S0 a.m.
Sermon: "To Seek Honor la a Won-
derful Thlna;." Bar Mltivah: Donald,
win of Mr. and Mra. Frrd Zlaqult.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabhi
Herachell Saville. Cantor Berele
Kalemer.
Fiidu> 7 p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: "Religion to Mraaure."
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
laaac Lerer.
IS p.m. Saturday S a.m. Bar
afltsvah' Rnhrt Deu'ach, eon of Mr.
and Mrs Arthur Telchn.-r
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430 W
Dixie hwy. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Henry Okollca.
I-ihI:i\ I ll p iii Svimon: "American
Ooana Tin." i "ie Shabbat
hnatK: Members of Sisterhood. Satur-
day 8 a.m.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 78th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Edward Klein.
_ ----
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 843* SW 8th
at. Ceneervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Reaponal-
tilllty Saturday 8 a.m.
----
TEMPLE BCTH AM. SSAO N. Kendall
dr., t. Miami. Reform RaObl Herbert
aumgard. Cantar Charles Kodner.
TEMPLE BCTH CL. 1645 Polk St..
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hotly
wood. 172B Monroe at Conaarvativa
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Scbroiber.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
^9mmm til VS^W A wan sternal in a; on a ladder tup
norud by a rooftop suddenly felt
the ladder $ha\e. Cul.'mg out for
help to a patserby he mat refuted
Mtinance with the reasari;. "7 did
not atk_ you to climb upon trfd Ud-
der, and I don't have te hold it for
you." The ladder then came crath-
in( down, injuring the man who
wat on it. Seeing this, the passerby
came to hit aid and toon; him to the
Hospital. In recounting his good
deed later to friends, one of them
replied. '"You would* have done a
ifreater deed had you held the lad-
der for him and prevented his fail."
MORAL: Society could elimm-
- ite manv of the problems that con-
I front it by exercising preventive
I cures in time.
A woodsman was notified of the
presence of a bear in the nearby
woods, and he immediately set out
to t>!I him. On the way he stopped
tl a tavern inhere he ordered a
dnn"r_. "N/ot having money to pay for
t. he atked the bartender to charge
t. saying. "When I shall shoot the
bear his s\m will get me a sub-
.tanial sum. and / unll pay you."
He then u'ent on his u'ay and soon
rncountered the bear. "L/n/ortunate-
'v. he mused "his aim, and the bear
immediately turned upon him. The
woodsman lay dou-n and feigned
death. The bear sniffed at his face
and finally u'aln;ed away. All of this
uias witnesed by a bystander, mho
reported it to the bartender. When
the bartender had the opportunity
'o question the woodsman, he said.
"Tell me. what did the bear whisper
in your ear7" And the woodsman
said. "He told me not to charge up
drinks against his thin before I had
"tilled him."
MORAL: It is best to plan on
rertainties rather than on possibil-
ties
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tench and the ever inspiring teach-
ings of Israel's sainted scholars.
a
TarcjumTranslation.
This refers to the Aramaic ver-
sion of the Bible, such as he pop-
ular Targum Onkelus, which ac-
companies the Bible text in many
Hebrew Bibles.
Bar Mltivah: Alan, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Konljtbura:.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaao
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon KroniaB
Cantor David Convleer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon by Rabbi
Kroniah. Saturday 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16*01 NW
22nd ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg
i TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Friday 4:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portias."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstain.
Friday Idi P.m. In Jacob H. Kaplan
h.i|.cl. Kulilii Narot. bach from a
Ins ,,r the Contra) Conference of
I ican Kalvlils. will official.-
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Euaene Labovitz. Can-
tar Samuel Qomberg.
Plidaj in s.p'inon: "Time on
Our Hands." Saturday 11:43 a.m.
TEMPLE BINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Ben no
M. Wallach.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 891
Flamingo Way. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Lao Heim.
Frida) 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Corservative Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Jun-
ior serviette follow.
TIFERETH ISRAEL- SBOO N. Miami
ava. Coneervative.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Uueat spiritual lead-
er: Rabtil Harry L.. Lawrence. Ser-
mon: "At 13Bar or Mltivah?" Sat-
urday 3 a.m. Bar Mitavah: Howard,
mm of Mr. and Mra. Al Qeverta.
TORAH TEMPLE. IBM West ave).
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casual.
Servtcea Friday evenlna; and Satur-
day morning;. Dally prayer and medi-
tation
YOUNG ISRAEL.. 18750 NE 10th ava.
Orthodox.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi t.
Friday :30 and 8 p.m. Saturday
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to rnni' In
business under the fictitious name of
STAan/B MEATS wed MOrVMM>N
} l3*.Wi'Mhaatt, HlMnl. Flor-
ida Inlands to register aalil name with
the <"* the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
1.. II. MEAT CORP. a
Florida corporatnm. sole owner
RNgBW NEAL IIKIXW
Attorney for Anrdlcant
"10 Alnsley Building
Miami It. Florida
_, S/M, 7/I-10-17
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NOTlbE IS HKIUlV OIVEN that
the gnderslgivrd. dest'lnr to eneaVe In
business umjfr the fictitious name of
ABBV MOflM) a> STORAGE CO.
at 2400 N.W. Hat Terrace. Miami In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Ctrcult Court of Dad*
Count*. Florida.
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the iwMMiM. deWtn* to mi in
hutness under the fte-tltMia name iT
GIZFXLA MICHAEL* at 15I Lenox
of the Circuit Court of Dads County,
Florida. _____
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Sole Owner
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Attorney for Sola Owner
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No. 4*327 B
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POLLACK,
TO CREDITORS
bra and All Persona Hav-
Demanda Against Said
eby notified and reqiilr-
: any claims and demands
may have against the
'imuel Pollack de-
lude County. Florida, to
dges of l>adc County, and
In their offices In the
t ho use In iMde County,
eight calendar months
of the ftrst publication
same will be barred.
POLLACK, Executrix
I Will and Testament of
nllnck. deceased.
PER, Attorney
sliding
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DADE dbuivTV,
IN PROBATE
No.
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TO CREDITORS
and All Persons Hav-
Demands Against Said
y notified and required
claims and demands
lay have against the
E. ElJJoTT dectaasS
iinty. Florida, ta the
of Dade County, and
Tin their offices In the
In Dade Couttty.
eight calendar months
of the ftrst publication
same will be barred,
demands shall be Hi
onialn the place of rsl-
I office address of the
[shall be sworn to fey the
attorney or agent.
EI.IA ELLIOTT
JltKKNK, Attorney
[Trust Building
LfGAL NOTICI
IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, I PROBATE
In RE: Eatate of
ABRAHAM YOL'NO
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demand*
which you may have arsln^t the
eatate of ABRAHAM TUL'SO de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the dale of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
BETTY F. YOUNG, Administratrix
ALFRED KREISLER. Attorney
S00 Alnsley Building
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PAILD1NU
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Ithat a Bill of Complaint
has been filed against
|pu are required to srve a
tx Answer or Plesuing to
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ken. Florida and file the
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>a the ltth day of July.
u fall to do so. JuauMgn'
[will be taken against you
f demanded In the Bill of
-ce shall be published
[for four consecutive weeks
RWISH FLdWDUN.
Bid ordered at Htamt.
10th day of JSna. A.D
WEATHERMAN. Cl*ra.
lourt, l>ade County. Florida
By. N A. HEWETT.
I*ei>tny Clerk
A WOLFSON
Rnnd Building
_Ch, Florida
for Plaintiff
i/)Mi-M,n
.OTICE UNOER
PlTIOOS NAME LAW
IR HEREBY GIVEN that
Used, oVsitlng to engage In
is name of
J HiAI.KAH PEDIATRIC
tl UJ Waatwowl DM*
Intends to register said
the CWk at tn Circuit'
de County, Florida.
[.TON M. MAZUR8KT.
Solo Owner.
/It-lI-M. 7/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiStCUIT Cn-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COONTV. IN CMANCERY,
Ne. 5SCSS4S
PtslsiJftf.
VO.
RHEA ROSENBERG,
Defendant.
TO: ERXXSMff*"
Ml* Church Avenue
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tMst a Complaint tor Divorce haa
required to serve a eopy of your An-
sr tf the ssld Complaint on the
tmjfrs attorney, LEONARD H.
fBTTf, 1512 MettopoUtan Bank
Miami, Florida, and file the
Answer In the office of t na-
rk of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit. Dade Coun-
ty. PtoflBa. on or before the 22nd day
of July, 1>. otherwise the sllega-
tfsaa of oatd oesayatlal wHI be taker.
as confessed by you.
Dated, at Miajal, Dad* Coosty.
Florida thla 17th rtay of June. li.
E. B. LEATFfEAMAN. cirrk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
DeiMUy Clerk
*71-2. 7/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF tm*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
______ No. 5C 5128
BERTH A EPSTEIN,
I'lalrttlff.
JACK EPSTEIN.
Defendant
*U-r w TIVORCE
TO: JACK EPSTEIN
Ohio Ftate Penitentiary
celumbus. Ohio
You are hereby ffotlfled that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
Of ('leading to the Bill of Comnlnint
THTZ AND 6EI-LER. 7o KlrstSt.,
Miami BasuaX Florida and file ne
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk ot the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th day of
July. l.i. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
yott for MM relief demanded in the
BUI of Complaint.
iVfNE And ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of June, AD.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(aeal) By: JOAN SN-^ET>"v
Deputy Clerk.
,'l!-2b. .!-!
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTlCS UVMME*
rfCTiTlOU* NATiE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAcTJ'ERH INTERIORS at S77J S.W,
sth.Street, Miami. Fla inteads to reg-
ister saifi name with th^ dark fit Ike
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.'
JitSEFH MASTERS. Hole Ownor'
I.WIN A. EPRTE1B
Attorney for Jgpplloant
42* Lincoln Road
NOTIOt; Y POBLICATrON
IN TRt fRCOlT COtfRT R> T*l
LCVINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. BSC SS2
THBBJCSA, MUX LEY.
Plaintiff,
JAMES R MOXLEY
Deeaaat.
DAVID HANDELMAN.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES R MOXLEY. Staff Sat.,
I'nlted Mates Marine Cor|x>.
Serial No. 14'Mi. VMA-Itl,
MAG-12, 1st MAW,
c/o Fleet Post Office.
San Francisco. California.
Tou JAMES R. MOXLEY are here-
in notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorneys. RATMAN A DI.'HIO, 02
Alnsley Bldg., Miami 32. Florida and
file the erlklnal Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 23rd day
of July, 1*59. If you fall to do so.
Judgment hy default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publisaed once
each Week for ffcor crnisenittve weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXJRID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED St Miami.
FlgrkJa. this 11th -day of Jane, AD.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade OouaU/,.Furlds
(seal) By: X. V. FORD.
Deputy Clerk
RAYMAN A DCHIG
Ft*Z A "HrYTaSy WrtrgJ1.
Miami 12. Florida
Attorneys for I'lair, tiff
/!*-$. 7/1-10
VlOTIOS UNDER
NOTICE It! K&Sffi^mtitX that
the undersigned, deelrlng to engage In
ewsuaassj under tha ftctttlom name of
FISHER'S at MS Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach Iniend to register said
name wlt the >?lerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade CoSBty. Florida.
BMANI'HI, GILBERT
ETHEL cil.HBRT. Role Owner.
IS/Tyl
NOT idE UN*DE R
CHY GIVEN that
ld% to engage In
is "ame of
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO
the undersigned,
hulness unaWTW^B__
AIRPORT WELDING SERVICE at
5715 N.W. lZth Slir. t. Miami, Fi...
rntrmts to re*tster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
W. B. JOHNSON, Sole Owner
/11-lf-M, 7/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMt
CLCVENTH JUDltlAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. ofCSTa
PACI.A PARK HOMES. INC.
a Florida corporaelon.
Plaintiff.
vs. I
CAKMILU) FERNANDEZ and
NETTIE H. FERNANDEZ.
Defendants.
NOTICt BY PtHrt-tCATION
(MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE)
TO: CARM1I.I/) KEllNANTTBE and
NRTTIH H FrTRNANDBZ
Address I'nknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
>f complaint to Foreclose Mortgage
haa been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a espy "' >""'
Answer or Pleading to the Bill ot
Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney.
PA I I. WARREN, ESQVIRE. 420 IJn-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the orlglal Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 20th day of
July. >M>. ft you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
von for the relief demanded In the
BUI of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED St Miami
Florida, this nth day of June. AD.
IMS.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade CouaXlf lrld
Deputy Clerk
f'l-2. 7/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR
IOA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. MC 5540
IRVIN l-EROY Sl.rSHEH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
REJKANNE \l( .RI'aSF.TTE
SLI'SHBR,
I u fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: REJEANNE MoRKISETTE
BLUSHER
Address I'nknown
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
complaint for divorce filed against
you, on Plaintiffs Attorney, G. W.
O'GRADV, 44! Hey bold Bldg.. Miami.
Florida, and to file the original there-
of with the Clerk of Oie above named
court ea or before the lttk day of
July. ].'.. otherwise a Decree Pro
Oosifesgo will be -entered against you.
Dated this th day of June. 159.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. OJrrk of
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: N. A. HEWETT.
Deputy Clerk
S/1Z-I9-2S, 7/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CfWCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN
OOONTY.
AND FOR DAOE
N CHANCERY,
No. MC407
C. HAYES. .
Plaintiff.
I.ESSIE HATES.
lietr
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: Leamie HayeX
101 Knox Street,
Troy, Alabama.
You aie hereby notified to serve a
copy of your answer to the suit for
divorce filed against you. on plain-
tiffs attorney, W. Kent Jameson. 17*4
N.W. Mth Street. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
court on or ateToni July 13. IMS, or
I default will be .
against you.
Dated thl* loth dav of June. 15.
B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit t'ourt. Dad,- I'ountv, Florida
(seal) By: JOAN HNHHI n:.N,
Deputy Clerk.
t/Ts-ll-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITrOOS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buajneas under the fictitious name of
INTERIORS PI.I'H at Itfti Nhrhtln-
gsle Drive, Miami Springs. Unde
County, Florida Intends to register
Id name wltti the Clerk of the Clr-
.-uit court of Dade County, Florida.
CANDAXCE 11ARTMAN
Hi>le tlwner
SNYDER A YOI'N"!
Attorneys for Applicant
'lt-*s. 7/3-m
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CMANCBRY,
Ne. StCBSss
JULII'S ROHENBAl'M.
Plaintiff.
MARY ROSBNBAUM.
Defendant.
NOTIOC BY PUBLICATION
TO: MARY R08SJJBACM
ffookrST Nviv S'erk. N.T.
YOU ARE TlaWLBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Cutoplalnt for Dfrorce
has bean filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy ef your
AjMagH to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaHltlXf a attorneys, VON EAMFT
AND KRAV1TZ. U12 aetropolltan
Bank BulMlnr. Miami. Florida, oad
file the original gnawer In the office
the Circuit Court oh
or before the 15th day of July. 1M
If you fall to do so. Judgment by "de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief sought In toe Bill of Complaint
Dated, at Miami. !>ade County.
Florida, this 4th day of June. lS.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clrrk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: N. A. HEWETT.
Deputy Clerk
1/12-1I-M. 7/1
. NOTICE UN
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF7 IS HERBBT OIVF:N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHEKI FASHIONS OF MIAMI at 118
N.W. First Court. Miami. Flerlda in-
tends to register said name With the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
County. Florida,
EDWARD MBI;
Sole OwlaW__
SNYDER A YOI'NQ
Attorneys for Cherl Fashions
of Miami
/!-*. 4/1-10
Owns
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF)
FLORetM FN AMD FOR OADE
OOONTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. SSCS557
GRACE J. Vir^WEAL'.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALFRED W. VH-rNNTOM'.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALFRED W. VIENNEAf.
Defendant.
lUrry Ha>s, n Central St.,
WaRhasn. Mamsaearuseats .
Tou ALFRED W. VIENNEAU are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agslnst you. snd you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
tag to the BIN of O iskdalat on the
plaintiffs Attorney, LEONARD J.
KAUFfH 1629 duPont Building, Mi-
ami 12, Florida, and We the original
Answer or Pteadhag m the effloe of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the lith day of July. 1M. If
you fall to So so, Jnggntetn by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded la tha BUI of Com-
plaint.
This novice shall be mrbmthed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIXMUDIAN.
DONE ATBD ORDERKD st Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of June. AD
15.
E. B. LEATHF7R.MAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
LEONARD J. KALUtH
l<29 duPont Bldg., Miami 32. Fla.
I'hone F'ltanklin 1 ".'.33
Attorney for Plaintiff.
t/11-It-ZC, 7/3
iVITlMnUN
ATTORNEYS!
+Jfistlkrk9lari
solicits your egaJ
W apprwciatB
potronarjB and
accurarsB ssrvicB at
TOM
i^B^^B^P*ef I l\ ^"^et#^g^BilF
tor
LI6AL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTffB rfr HBsTEFTV GB/KN Aat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RFX'ORD BAR at 3S0 Blsca.vna
Boulevard, Miami Intends to register
said name with tbe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florl'.a
PAUL GOLDMAN, Sole Owner
ALV1N H. CAWN
Attorney for Applicant
1 'Lincoln Road
/1I-1I-J8, in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Ne. 9SCSS4S
HI-TEST OIL COMPANY, INC.,
Plaintiff.
va.___
JOHN M. PF1PERS. NATHANIEL.
W. HEWITT and ALBERT W. _
BROACH.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: NATHANIEL. W. HEWITT
address unknown
ALBERT W. BROACH
address unknown
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint to
foreclose a chattel mortgage on cer-
tain chattels enumerated therein haa
been filed against you In the above
styled court on April 27. 1959.
You and each of you are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your an-
swer or any other pleading to tha
complaint on SAMI'EL R. STARK,
Attorney for thV plaintiff, 2773 Coral
Way. Miami. Florida, and file tha
firlglnal thereof on or before the 22nd
day ..f July. 19W.
Dated, at MBirni, Florida this 17th
day of June, llf>9.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(...li By: JOAN SNEEDEN.
_ Deputy Clerk.
SAMI'EL, R STARK
Attorney for Plaintiff
2771 Coral Way
Miami. Florida
S'I9-2. 7 Lit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. HCMS
EDITH JOYCE KAPTAINE. a/k u
ETRTH TtAFETANAKOS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES KAPTAINE. a/k/a
JAMES KAPKTANAKON,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES KAPTAINE. a/k/a
JAMES KtAPETANAKOS
e/o John Rene
SIM Hoffman Street,
ronx, Nfw York
Tmi. JAMKS KAITAINE, a/k/a
JAMES KAPETANAKOS. are hereby
notified that a'Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
.'quired to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney, SAI'I,
GENET, F:H4J.. 120 Lincoln Road, Mi-
anil Leach. Flqrlda and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 13th day of July. 195*.
If you fall to g.. *o. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this *th day of June. A.D.
195*.
i KBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
circuit court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: L. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
BADI.. GENET. Esq.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach'. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
______________________I/12-1H-M. 7/1
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DOREB ORIGINALS at 1155 S.W.
Sth Street Miami. Fla.. Intenda to
register said-name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY MICHAELS. INC.
_^ (A Florida Corporation)
MILTON A. -FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
JM1 Asnsley. Building
Miami 32. Florida
/11-1S-JJS. 7/1
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Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Roseaihal and Mr and
Mrs. George Wolpert are back from their Orien-
tal tour Eleven weeks in the Far East was
ample time for covering much ground The
foursome spent five days in Hawaii, flew on to
Tokyo, and got their first glimpse of Japan in the
form of snow-capped Fujiyama as their plane
land at Hanedo Airport Rosenthal and Wolpert head-
Acre at the imperial hotel in Tokyo, from whence they
fttended tour of the country, including Yokohama, Kama-
^^anshita, Atami, Nagoya, Koshikojima in the well-known
ea, and Toba, home of the Mikimoto pearl farms .
J to Osaka, where Dr. and Mrs. Rosenthal met their son,
bne P. Rosenthal, stationed in Japan with the U.S. Air
Father and son, incidentally, attended the Japanese Den-
onventioo in Tokyo together, where Dr. Alfred presented
lie to 75 Japanese dentists through the aid of an inter
The Roaenthal-Wolpert itinerary resumed for a flight
with its Buddhist temples, Macau, Portuguese colony
th of Hong Kong, and fabulous Hong Kong, itself, sep-
the Red China mainland by a narrow quarter-mile
. Then back to San Francisco aboard the SS President
ns met along the way: Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Coleman,
I. Al Fuchs, and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlapik.
re a man ... On the day the George A. Simons are to
heir new house, George is supposed to leave for his ro-
lling stint Wife Charlotte is just as smart She's
| the move until George returns Oscar Mamber back
ip to Israel and bursting with news about all the wonder-
saw there Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt have just
Mn Mobile, Ala., after a visit with their daughter and
[Mr. and Mrs. Barry Haiman Barry and Barbara
liami in August "Pepi," an adorable French poodle,
his new home for a month ... He lives with Mr. and
Frumkes and daughter, Sherri, at 3601 N. Prospect
Grove Sherri, who's all of 6, hates to leave her
sd white room to go to camp Mother Natalie is
Les Girls of Federation.
eases-
Diamond's Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz left Wednes-
est Airways for a two-week vacation in Mexico Dave
at departure time "this is going to be a second honey
Rabbi Joseph RackoVsky, of Beth Tfilah Congregation,
the wedding vowa exchanged by Miss Aviva Kaminet-
ex Kleinman June 21 at the Sterling hotel Bride
liter of Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Kaminetzky. 1544
fee., educators here, who were tendered a Bon Voyage
ter Miami Hebrew Teachers Assn. several weeks ago
lir departure for a tour through Israel .
reasons why Mrs. Harry Markowitz and Mrs. Ray-
weren't at their women's club luncheon Saturday .
itz' son. Robert, is home for ten days from bis Coast
ee. and of course, he's getting the red carpet treatmenl
i's husband, Ray, is still in a brace and much in need
Louise Alpert rattling around in their lovely Venetian
>me these days Son Jonathan is in New York, and
[teen-age daughter Martha has taken off for Tallahassee
in for their siblingsif not very successfullyare the
and cat National Council of Jewish Women twin.-.
Kempner and Mrs. Dorothy Stone are off to Motel Row
eks of vacation With them, besides Doris' husband
lighter is- her new black poodle, Nickey, who needs a
Derate from his penicillin shot Poor thing had a
. Also in the happy group is Dorothy's gray poodle,
ent the morning in the beauty parlor prior to the Gold
L Colonial Inn has a wing just for dogsand their
Mrs. Jack Apte, of 435 SW 31st rd., pioneer Miamians,
I for a month's tour of Scandinavia and Switzerland .
[were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobsonhe's the Stylecraft
. The Jacobson* will be on the continent for two
adding Italy to the itinerary Lester Rhine and
| bopped into the oceanfront Sterling hotel for a summer
them is son Jodah, *... Lester is the New York
nufacturer and president of the Flatbush Yeshiva .
and bis Marcella will be gone for a month on their
through the West Coast and Canada Also away for
Mrs. Doris Pollack, of Miami Beach Doris saw
Camp Lakeside, N.C., then left for Gotham Town .
youngsters away: Neal Goodman is spending the sum-
ele F Dude Ranch in Lake Wales ... The 14-year-old
[and Mrs. Sam C. Goodman, 6236 SW 10th ter., will enter
High in September He's an honor student and
erod the Science Fair first prize in bis classification
iami Junior High.
[Goings and Comings: Guesting it at Duncraggan Inn,
ille, N.C., are Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenkes, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman The Sam
are in Washington, D.C., attending the B'nai B'rith dis-
ation there Then, off to New York City for vacation
with family and friends ... On their return here, they
brer with daughter and son-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
en at Fontana, N.C-----Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz
13806 Flamingo dr. home for a visit with their children
I, prior to settling for the summer in Atlantic City .
i planning to be in Israel during the High Holy Days .
isin and children Lynnie and Robert, of Toronto, are
Ir. and Mrs. Michael Sossin, of the Blackstone residence
. Mrs. Sossin will motor back to Canada with the
be joined by Mike in mid-July.
c a a
white gloves Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Ralph Spero
Rothman went to the matinee at the Deauville last
Dorothy Rothman relax after the excitement of bar
i wedding The seats were uncomfortable, the air-
sluggish, but the show, "Hilary," magnificent .
was breathtaklngly beautiful Also at the "Coco-
Playhouse" in the Deauville: Mrs. Ellis Gunnel in a
blue shirt, with her daughter Mrs. Martin
Continued on Pas* 5-8
llewisfli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 3, 1959
Section B
Bon Voyage to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kamin-
etzky (right) wishes them well prior to depar-
ture for summer tour of Israel. Site was a re-
cent party given by the Greater Miami He-
brew Teachers Assn. Right are Mrs. I. Z.
Jack Bell, chairman of the men's division of the Committee
of One Thousand, and Mrs. Edward J. Melniker, chairman of
the) women's division, discuss the progress of their fifth annual
drive for Variety Children's Hospital. Smiling onlooker is
Lou Rubin, owner of Chandler's of New York restaurant, who
was host to a committee luncheon them last week.
Sisterheed CoNee ScWu/ed
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood is
sponsoring a coffee and meeting
at the Center, 8500 N. Miami ave.,
on July 14 at 10 a.m. Sisterhood
members and congregation women
are invited as guests. A tour of
the kitchen will be conducted to
acquaint members with the new
faculties.
Stadlan. association president, and Mr. Stcd-
lan. Center is Dr. Zev Kogan, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund
Council.
Ben-Zvi Branch
Has Meeting Here
Newly-installed Ben Zvi Branch
of the Labor Zionist Order held its
first meeting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki on Di-
Lido Island.
A program committee beaded by
Dr. Sylvan Schotz was appointed.
Serving with him will be Michael
Sossin and Cantor Abraham Seif.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David Congregation, led a dis-
cussion of A. D. Gordon and his
contributions to the establishment
of Labor Zionism in Israel. Dr.
Emanuel Stadlan showed slides on
the rebirth of Hebrew.
Newly-appointed board members
are Mr. and Mrs. Dory Auerbach,
Dr. Sylvan Schotz, Dr. Maurice H.
Laszlo, Michael Sossin, Cantor
Abraham Seif. and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Sternshcin.
Attending the meeting was Oscar
Bur stein, "Mr. Labor Zionist of
1059."
The branch was also to meet
Thursday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dory Auerbach, 701 Paradiso
ave., Coral Gables, at 8 p.m.
July 2.
Beth Am Will
Hold Open House
Temple Beth Am, SOW No. Ken-
dall dr., will hold open house at a
Sunday morning brunch July 13
between 10 a.m. and 12 noon.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spir-
itual leader, will welcome the
guests and escort them through
the new Temple.
Mrs. A. B. Wiener and Byron
Cherkas, membership chairmen,
will also greet visitors for a pro-
view showing of the Mark Light
Memorial School bldg. now bein
completed to accommodate the
growing number of children who
will enter Beth Am Sunday school
in the fall.
In charge of information is Mrs.
Morton Orbach.
Camp Openings
Still Available
The Traveling Teens, a program
of summer activities for junior
high school boys and girls, still has
a few openings for the second four-
week session, it was announced
Wednesday by the Miami YMHA
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The Traveling Teens Club con-
sists of boys and girls in the sev-
enth, eighth and ninth grades.
This group has spent the last two
weeks visiting varied points of in-
terest in the Greater Miami area.
The program, geared to provide
both stimulating activities and
lots of fun under professional su-
pervision, is a pilot project organ-
ized for the first time this summer
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Highlight of the second session,
starting on Monday, July 13, will
be an overnight trip to Key West
(hiring the first week in August
The group meets Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., and all trips originate from
the Miami YMHA, 450 SW 15th
ave.
Emma Lazarus chapter of
B'nai B'rith has planted a
Molly Turner Memorial Tree
in the B'nai B'rith Martyrs
Forest in Israel. The me-
morial tree honors the pop-
ular ch. 10-TV 'Talk of the
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This cheerful trio showed women welfare leaders from 12
Southern state how Miami planned and worked out better
communal services in 1953. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers (left was
chairman cf the day at a luncheon session Saturday at the
Southern States regional conference of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds in the Americana hotel. Mrs.
Harold Solomon (center) was a participant in the program, and
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of the Federation of Jewish
Women's Organizations, made the presentation address.
Three-Day Confab Ends
With CRC Resolution
Three-day convention of the Southern Section of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds wound up at the American hotel
Sunday with a resolution reaffirming the national CJFWF position on
community relations councils.
ahaaaaa o4 the Greater
EL'21 mm *+** tmn
2 A-cepf of inttrr>pendency of
human resource*.
a* SMafJ C V>rr- -
S ,,r,J,"(rk
i,- ,sh Federation.
a, a won,
voted m I
id Commuiutj S
orgaainu
empower ta .renter easeRMffl-
In hit kajnate address opt
ihe three-day parley. Heiman poit.t
ed to the record-breaking abun-
dance "as true evidence of Uic
growing streng:h and matun:> of
the Jewish communities in the
South."
The CJFWF ii ihe national asso-
ciation of 213 local central Jewish
community organizations, repre-
senting more than 800 Jewish own
mumues in the United Sutes and
Canada. Through their unite'
community campaigns, these mem
ber agencies annually raise the
bulk of Jewish philanthropic fund^
which are allocated to agencie
providing health and welfare ser\
ices in America. Europe, North
Africa and Israel The Council pro
vides central services for its mem-
MHCfa

Newly-elected president of the Greaser Miami Jewukj
tion is Sam J. Herman (right) ehown ^arith Morris L
Dallas, Tex., who delirefed the principal address a]
tion's annual dinner meeting last week. Jafie n aewha
president of the Southern Section. CouscJ of Jowv |
tions and Weliaie Fund*.
her agencies and represents teesn
in matters of Jewish concern en
national and international levels.
Exchange Club Reelects Genet
The resolution emphasized the
Sou'hem region's accord with the
na'ional CJFWF position calline
upon areas not serviced by central
community relations councils to
join Ihe many cities throughout thr
country with long-established
CRC's.
The resolution indicated ret-
anition of Mm autonomy of *he
wading American Jewish civic
defense aaencut, indicating Mtat
the function of community reta-
tiont councils is to work in ac-
cord with them not to usurp
their Mies or re suoercede them.
In regional elections here. Mor-
ris Jaffe, of Dallas. Tex., succeed-
ed Sam J. Heiman. of Miami, as
president. Heiman stepped up to
the presidency of the Greater Mi
^mi Jewish Federation during the
21st annual meeting of Federation
Saturday evening at the Americana.
The meeting was part of the over-
all three-day CJFWF convention
here.
This year's welfare fund cam-
paigns to meet crucial local and
national needs, and to help Israel
absorb recently-arrived immi-
"rants, were 8 percent ahead of
last year, delegates were told at
the conference.
The 190 delegates and commun
sty leaders who came from J5 ma
ier cities- in 12 Southern sUtes
heard Sherman Kaoian. president
of the Jewish Welfare Federation
of Dallas, address the conferees
and emphasize the fact that, de-
spite the increases in-fund-raising.
the community achievement had
failed to meet the total hearth and
welfare needs. "The needs far out-
strip the funds we raise." be said.
Saul Genet. Miami Beach attor-
m>. ;>> reelected head of the Mi-
ami Beach Exchange Club and in-
stalled Wedaesday evening at thr
Saxony hotel.
Installing officer was Duran.i
.,
StKjorine
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In a session on the continuing
!* of larasel. Label Kori, of
fsew Orleans, international pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith, who recent
ly returned from Jerusalem, V
dared: 'American Jewry has a
continuing responsibility to Is-
caal-to help provide housing,
schools, education, vocational
training. Even if immigration
coated for three yo.r,, h* jn.
ternal economic needs would
still be as great," ho said.
1,2th r LaS'er Pr0Mdt-t of the
Jewish Community Council nt Rich
ZZ Yc ?".n,ed oul lhaI wWare
m.miV b0lh 'ar8e and sma11 com-
mun ties are essentially the same
-nd lauded the role of the cen.rai
Fedcration as a year round com!
rnunity.plannmg service and fund-
raising instrument.
J^if^i eXecu,,ve *
tor ol ihe Jewish Welfare Feder*
'7 "Dallas, principal .U^i
a discussion on local requirements
Jewish education, fam.ly and ch.l
asarrwreauon ^ s
^1_^"" B. Rosenberg,
a^a^LssW^RW VCeM "aVTC J >CV
Walter B Fries, a djrector and
assistant to the president of the
Curtis, National Bank of Miami
j Springs, was named best-dressed
man on the Saacoast by the St.
i Petersburg Tunes. Fries also is
i vice president of the First Nation
;al Bank of St Petersburg, aad
i spends most of his time in that
nt> He won the best-ereaard
'honor in a contest sponsored bv
the newspaper.
Hollada.v president of the Fleriee
Exchaofta i *&
Other- lastaBrd were Leo Eisen-
'.in vice president. Royal Jonas,
secretary: Maurice Young, treas-
urer. Jack Frertar, chairman of
the board of control; and Jack
Gold. Lou Fried. Marvin SchappHI.
B. Holland Oppenbetmer tad Sol
Cohen members of the board of
control
Genet is active in the Hebrew
Academy He is a director of ike
Miami Beach Bar Aasn.. viee pres-
ident of the Zionist Organisation ^
Amenta. Southeastern region, aad
vice president of the Miami Beatfk
Zionist District.
Miami Beach Exchange Clskb
meets every Wednesday nooa at
Ihe S.,nm hotel
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Page 3 B
uowrs,
____Ji Miami Jewish Fed-
I held iti 21st annual
i I the Grand Ballroom
aaamricana hotel Saturday.
| ipeople attended, and
W. Heiman elected to
cy. His wife watched
ired in a black silk
tail dress with em
Kite collar and cuffs,
bodice featured a
leckline, and her skirt
many hostesses was
Farr in tones and
qua print on white
lice was fitted with
line in front, drop-
the back. The front
skirt was straight
tats beginning over
continuing all the
returned from
airs. William Wein-
stunning in a
rganza sheath with
pink and white
around the-
Ptnk silk -or
from, the
in back slightly below the hem-
line.
Mrs. Julian Kurlander selected
a mocha brown chantilly lace
sheath with the bodice reembroid
ered in matching colored sequins
and bugle beads. Her cashmere
sweater had an ermine collar.
THMi were many prints and
vivid colors worn, but Mrs.
Harry Gordon decided on the
classic good taste of black. Her
dress was in sheer cotton with in-
serts of black Irish lace. A flat
black velvet bow defined the
waistline in the back. Her neck-
line was square, and she also
wore black accessories. A touch
of glamor was added with her
jeweled shoes.
In tones -and shades of brown
was Mrs. Charles Jacobson. Sand
beige and bronze were combined
in her silk organza gown. It fea-
tured fitted bodice and full
skirt with an asapbqae of sell-
fabric flowers on she skirt. The
florals were trimmed with pearls.
Her pearl necklace and earrings
had been sent as a gift from
Japan.
The new parasol sleeve was ef-
fective in the pink and white silk
organza worn by Mrs. Henry
Kaufman. Her skirt was a double
tier of white with all-over pink
embroidery.
Mrs. Walter Feltman selected
a honey beige silk organza with
a fitted bodice and full circular
skirt Self-colored lace was appli-
qued around the scooped neck-
line, and she wore shoes dyed to
match her gown. In white tiered
lace was Mrs. Arnold Peristein.
From neckline to hemline were
rows of ruffled val lace set off
with a sky blue silk organza cum-
erbtind and with panniers floating
below the hemline in back.
kiRS. Stanley C. Myers wore a
m beautiful aqua silk chiffon
gown. The square-necked bodice
was of imported French alencon
lace, and the chiffon skirt was in-
tricately draped. Honoring her
30th anniversary husband Stan-
ley was dinner chairman she
wore a gift of diamond necklace
and earrings to complete her en-
semble.
Mrs. H. Franklin Williams
chose a navy and white silk print-
ed jacket dress. Mrs. Irving Cy
pen was in white silk organdy
with a white embroidered full
skirt.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman looked
lovely in black silk crepe, with a
back panel of black silk chiffon
that began at the neckline, flowed
to the hemline, and was brought
across the front of the skirt in a
mass of soft drapes. A touch of
color was added with a red rose
and red silk searf which she car-
ried.
Cnihe to Tropical Islands
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the end of the
Miami aboard
ft*.
to Eastern
general agents.
yet. ex-
away from the
i-heat a cruise
'according to Cast,
S.S. Evaageline
excellent serv-
entertainment If
are a swimming
and old,' game
lounge, shuffle-
ping-pong, dance
ring.
visited is diffarant.
In Ms own par*
Hfe. The first isU
is Jamaica, m-
a niaiila nnianllMl
featuring rlv-

-Saesad sfdt is .Cristobal, Pans
as*, wish a fun day's excurtiam to
the Panama Canal sssters^shhssaft
all sizes and kinds go through the
locks from ail parts of the world,
and to Panama City, with native
girls dancing in costumes hun-
dreds of years old.
Next-is Curacao in the Nether-
lands West Indies, famous for its
pontoon bridge and Dutch archi-
tecture, good restaurants and
shopping in Jewelry, watch and
clock departments.
Then, on to the Dominican Re-
public and Haiti, both on the same
island, but so different one might
be in opposite corners of the
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world. The pominican Republic
plays host to passengers at the
Werht's Fair site. At night there
is the Theater of Lights, and the
city of TrujsO. is noted for Us
eaeftahd Jroads, aste
I-see.
Haiti.* naKktfs cruise away, is a
land w/ aaystic charm, featuring
mearatahu towering into the sky,
flowers everywhere, hotels and
beautiful >haane perched on the
aBBBaaWnwaaVjaattitatB* ftsssMQaf DawtlVC
Fort-ae Prince teems* with
mehfles of -every
nd Weyetes.
There ace weawJerfot bargains
wt-antliajsii) and teak. The vtow
trcjn the tap of the mautweisv
wfaero mere ace sfsspe otwJ a
restaurant, is one of the meet
eacafwip in mo worto. one cao
sea far miles down to the pert
and1 out to tea.
There are planned tours ar-
ranged by the cruise director for
nominal fees, or passengers may
take off on their own to explore
as they please. For those who do
not want to try foreign dishes,
there is always service aboard ship
for all meals.
And, don't be afraid to take the
children on a cruise. There is no
time for boredom. There are too
many interesting things going on
aship or ashore.
For complete information on this
cruise or other shorter cruises,
contact Eastern Shipping Corpora-
tion, Pier S. Miami 6, FU.-S.T.
Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn. president Joseph M.
Lipton (right) officiated at a special Hawaiian open bouse cele-
bration at Dade Federal's Allapattah Branch office last week,
while Miami Mayor Robert King High completed a direct dis-
tance dialing call to Honolulu Mayor Neal S. Bknsdell and
Hawaiian Territorial Gov. William F. Quinn. The unusual
long-distance link ceremony was a culmination of Dade Fed
eral's salute to Hawaii America's 50th atate-elect. The Ha-
waiian territorial flag, flown directly fxom Honolulu ottcials to
Dade Federal especially far the occasion, was later presented
by Xipton to Mayor High, representing the citizens of Miami.
Pan American World Airways flew the flag to Miami Dade
Federal, sounded in 1934, is one of America's largest and old-
est savings and loan' institutions, -with resources in excess of
$134 million.
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jpffr JfcUuhHrf-* UteUlUng
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mender
Harry
officer.
Other* annulled were
Enckon. firs' vice coaMOl
Hilmcr
Mfroa. sergeant*.
Coman Uonart
cer; Charles iT)
Joan Weather,.
mander. Wilh1B
D. Karns and
trustees.
**J
One of the most shocking facts of our umes
the appalling rise in the number of Uleuate
Sths^Forlxample.- F^2EaVC
an estimated Ml.700 births born out of wediock dor
1967. a rise of 0.<0 since 1950 arad snore than
double the 1840 figure.
Illegitimacy is ruing among both nhitea*
colored, with the ratio much higher in the latter
group.
It is rising among young girls: a 40 percent in-
crease in the number of unwed mothers between the
ages of 15 aad 17. and it is rising both u urban ana
These are the cold, hard facts. But behind these
grim figures are trends which, if not reversed, are
likely So prove even more appalling
The basic trend, of course. i towards pre-
marital promiscuity, with all its dire consequences
including the physiological and emotional. And th.s
in turn has been largely responsible for so many
youngsters born out of wedlock all without beaelY.
of a lawful husband and lather
Taan-Aaors in RavoH
What has prompted these teen-age girls to suc-
cumb to temptation? Why have so many entered
into an illicit relationship that tune and again has
proven so tragic both for mother and child?
One explanation is that such teen-agers are ia
revolt Revolt against what? Their parents, for
one: their environment for another. Many teen-agers
take to pre-mantal sex as a way of getting back at
their parents, for wrongs either real or imaginary.
In altogether too many cases these girls grew up
unloved and unwanted by parents who not only hated
each other but often vented their spleen on their
helpless youngsters.
When these youngsters pew uplove starved
and sex starvedthey gave themselves to the fir-'.
boy who opened the flood-gates of affection to them.
Some teen-agers succumb because they grew up in
homes where there were no real moral standard'
where the parents were either indifferent to mat-
ters of right and wrong, or were completely amoral
A child's conscience is largely the pnpduct of early
parental influences. If those influences are basic-
ally malignant, the child's conscience will be either
rudimentary or noo-existent.
Girls succumb because they thmk having pre-
marital relations is one of the best ways of obtaining
a husband. The facts reveal just the opposite. In
all too many tragic cases, premarital relations-
even with consequent pregnancy and the birth of the
childdoes not draw the boy closer to the.girl-*ut
drives him further apart. In the relativelv few
cases even where he does marry the girl, the bov
' *! ceremony has been performed
the
p.u~T Ml I"****
*> teen-agers stray *-f^J^
n premises of -*-, bo>s m^ ^
They
m u much too great, price to d for a H
time of regret and shame
succumb because a. all
fact pre-mantal relations and
^STtl^ct has been consummated
aever seem
c.J'CS ^'".nd embittered, andjex
ra..--
is
with
r .ah- method of'achving communication
rn Harine premarital relations gives them th,
cd .ad desirable, that they are loved and needed
Unforunateiy the fact that a boy wants a girl
uJT> proof at all that be either wants <*
.eeds her spinruaUy ar eroouonallv or that tne>
b^anylhSg m common but the most pnm.me
I'll 2 is quickly aroused and just as quickly sat
isfied
CM strav because they think the 'new free
dom" ha* given them the nght da with their
homes what they will They have the feeling that
|* is short and art long, aad that ane should squeeze
as much happiness out of this mundane world a>
possible But this too is illusion. If pre-mantal
promiscuitv would offer some definite promise of
perpetual Miss or even reasonable happiness, a
persuasive case might be made out of illicit sex ,
relations
But it does nothing of the sort. Does anyone
thmk that the birth of wore than MUDOu illegitimate
children give their mother? a sense of emotienal
fulfillment? Does anyone realty betieve that these
unwed mothers are really happy" or mature''
Prsaviruaty Daesn'i Pay
Even time a lecavage girl gwes her body with
out benefit of wedding .license she not only risks add
mg another statistic ta-iMegtumate births, but li
jeopardizing ber chances for a good, sound marring
as wtii. She is. in a phrase, netting one of ber most
important possessions abort and to that extent is.
depletir.E her capita; resources for the future When
girls finally learn thai prom isctulylike crime Jtself
does not really; pay m the leag ran ihe> will has*
taken a long, sensible step towards securing their
emotional and mar*a. hiiure.
Mr. (fiat is Jadjfj far arnratt
i m* fcdtajam aw**** aWt.,
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cm-"The King and I." by Mrs. Joseph SherbiU.
are -Mrs. Zvi Feinetein. faculty member, Douglas
Fabric, faculty member, and Kenneth Avick;
mute Marty Grossman, 1084
Venetian Way, the insurance ease,
took Mrs. O. to King. Arthur's
Court, Mtamr Springs Villas, lor
dinner our in the form of a "pre
office-moving party" Singina
hit of the show recently at Green
Mansions hotel was four-year-old
Suaan Nathan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Myron Nathan .
"MaW" is Green Mansions gen-
eral manager for his father-tn-
lawy Merray Bloom Add
grandand beamed from ear to
ea aa Sunn sang "God BftMe
A
dren, Allan, Michael, and Linda
. Currently visiting them are
Mr*. Rose Gtiek, Retina's
mother, of BrOoUyn, NY, as
well as her sister, brother-in-law,
well aa- her sister and- brother-in-
law, Mr. and'Mrs. Ah* Staff in, and
Ann, of Deltas, Tex. .
And: Mr. and Mrs. Milliard
(Miriam* Clein marked their 23th
silver wedding anniversary last
Wednesday night Party at
the home of their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
(Ruth) Lubin, 2131 SW 87th ct,
honored the couple, who were
married June 24, 1934, in Miami
. Milliard and Miriam have
two other daughters, PauUpe and
Diane Guests 'TncTuded Mir-
iam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Men-
del Scheinberg, as well as Mil-
liard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Clein; who recently marked
their 64th anniversary ... AH
are pioneer Mfamtaes.
from Page IB
was accompanied
he three men in the
tea her husband .
pious and charming
TiTiis talking.. to
the intermission.
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hectic June for Mr.
trry Mflsen. of the
. As outgoing
Beth Israel Sister-
'romised
July 4 are prom-
Carmen when she
entertainment dree
fr of ceremonies at
tel. Sid Lewis aid
will also return on
fleeted
ctors of the Ameri-
Loan Assn. Wed
kneed the election of
ay as- a vice presi-
savings institution.
star mortgage loan
Savings.
sick announces the
offices for the gen-
law at Suite 1130
L. DuPont Meg.,
hood. Sylvia- was besy argaatasng
her new officers' installation .
Harry came home from a busi-
ness trip to Commons, Ga., in
time to drive" their offspring,
Henry and Andrea; to the- airport,
where they took off for a sum-
mer visit with their grandparents
in Montreal Then Sylvia fin-
ished off* her year's duties' as
president by dotng the honors* as
hostess to her executive board at
a donor luncheon at the Sterling
hotel ... In between which, there
were all those lovely Jutse brides
needing floral bouquets for their
wedding vows Miss Elizabeth
Sugarmaa guest of honor at a
luncheon last week in the Airier*
hotel Mrs. Ben Weiss. 16001
Collins ava., was hostess .
Elizabeth becomes the bride of
William Gross, of Atlantic City
and- Miami Beach, sometime this
summer.
June grad from*' Harvard-' law
school Robert Shapiro is back in
Miami visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M* (Lee) Shapiro .
He's sehedufed to take tdse Plor
ids- Bar exam in August ;." Also
here is Ma fiancee,- Min Breads
Bernstein, of- Portland Me. .
She plans to return shortly to
Portland, to plan their wedding
vows Sept. 0 hi tha* city ... Me.
and Mrs. Max R~ Silver left for
upper New- York- and a summer
cottage there Jftt will corn-
Chosen for two charm and
beauty contests is Gins Bram-
mer, 20-year-old daughter of Can-
tor and Mrs. Philip Brsmmer, of
Havana, Cuba, and Miami Beach
. Contests are being held in
conns ct ton with the election of a
Miss Skehie, HI., and a Mtoa B'nei
B'rith of Illinois, where Gins is
staying with her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. LeRey Goldberg .
Boss Voyage luncheon at the Al-
giers hotel last week honored
Mrs. Sam (Diane) Taran, 713
Fairway dr., who left shortly
thkeaaJMr for Lisbon, Madrid,
Kama and London Hiatnasi
were Mrs. Harvey Goodman, 8330
Byron ave., Mas. Jerome Pergs-
ment, 1810 Daytonia rd., and
Mrs. Eugene J. Schwartz, 9013
Dickens'ave: Beiutifm pink
and orchid flowers and candles,
with a large- pink sailing vessel
and smaller ships among the
flowers, were the decorations
used for the affair.
> >
On the Anniversary Front: Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel (Lillian) Trau-
rig will be hosted Sunday on the
occasion of their 40th wedding
anniversary They were mar-
ried July 0, 1919 in Waterbury,
Conn., and came to Miami 20
years ago Celebration will be
from 4 to 7 p.m., at the home of
their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Traurig,
of Salzsno, Coral Gables .1
Also hosting the affair will be
their sons Leonard and Walter
. The couple have four grand-
children .
Also: Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sheldon, 4500 Adams ave., cele-
brated their 17th anniversary
with a dinner and dancing at the
Eden Roc Saturday night .
They exchanged vows June 30,
1942 on Miami Beach Their
twe> children include Stephen
Howard, 12, and Harvey Alan,
4 .
In addition: It will be a July 4
(Independence Dayi) 23rd wed-
ding anniversary for Regina and
Sam Zane, of 421 NW 183rd st.
. The couple have three chil-
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Yolof, Schwartz
Live in New York
On Saturday. June 28 InaLee
Schwartz, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, of 4266
Chase ave.. was married in the
Gold and White Suite of the Plaza
hotel m New York to Herbert G
Yaloi. >on of Mr. Albert salof and
Mrs. Frank Berle.
Dr Nathan Penlman. of Tem
rle Emanu-El of New York, per-
formed the 1230 p.m. ceremony.
The bride's gown was of import-
ed chantillv lace with a scalloped
sabnna neckline and full ballerina-
Jength skirt with side panel.- of
pure silk organza. Her ballerina-
length veil was eight tiers of
French illusion attached to a crown
of pearls.
Miss Schwartz was attended by
Mrs. Michael Boro. formerly of
Miami Beach, as matron of honor,
and the groom's brother. Harvey
Yelof. was his best man The
bride's paternal grandmother s
wedding band was used in the cere-
mony.
Mr. Yalof was a member of Tm
Epsilon Phi at the University of
Florida, where he received his de-
gree in industrial engineering.
Miss Schwartz was a member of
Sigma Delta Tau at the University
of Texas, also attending the I'm
versity of Florida.
European Jaunt
For RosmoM
A candlelieht ceremony Sands
June 2*. et the Deauvifle hotel
Dr
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Miss Sokolsky
Weds Physician
M*S. MfffMffT YALOf
After a wedding trip to San
Juan. Puerto Rico, the couple will
reside in New York at the Olcott
hotel.
Dr* Kimball, Bride Back in Miami
Miss Liurel Edelson and Dr.
Sanford Q Kimball exchanged
wedding vows June 7 at the Penn
Sli-raton hotel in Pittsburgh. Pa.
Mrs. lekhtik is Hostess
Mrs. Herbert Lelchuk was last
week hostess at her home to mem-
bers of the ways and means plan-
ning committee of Beth Emeth
Sisterhood. New ideas were sched-
uled for the coming year.
Hin Sandra SokoUky and Dr
Malcolm Howard Weiss were mar
ried Saturday evening. June 27. in
the Seville hotel. Rabbi Leon Kro
nish officiated at the 730 p.m.
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky. 4301
Adams ave. The groom's parents
are Mr and Mrs. Jack Weiss, 715
Lakeview dr.
Color scheme was lavendar. pink
and white, with the candlelight
ceremony followed by a formal re
ceptioa.
Miss Annette Yoss. cousin of the
groom, was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Ruth Gratz. Harriet
Cohen, Barbara Feuer and Nancy
Dezen. Miss Susan Kaye. of Los
The bride is a former feature Angeles, cousin of the bride, was
ballerina soloist with the Rock- junior bridesmaid. Lois Beckman
ettes of Radio City, New York. wis flo*'er *irl
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Albert Edelson, of Pitts-
burgh. The grooms parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, 157
SE 12th st., Miami.
The bride's attendants were her
sisters. Myrna and Gil Edelson,
and best man for his nephew was
Harold Garson, of Akron, 0.
Mm Beverly Ann
I bert J Rosman The
performed by Rabbi Morris A. *op.
The bride is the daughter O* Mr.
,nd Mrs Sidney A. Falk. of 51M
SW 5th ter. Miami. She attended
thr I niveriity of Miami ind ni a
member of Delta Phi Eps.loo
sorority
The groom's parents are Mr. and
Mr- Max Rosman. of 1238 Bis-
rayne dr. Surfside He graduated
from New York University. Colum-
bia University, and received his
medical degree with honors from
Kirkswlle Medical College.
He belongs to Phi Sigma Gamma
and Alpha Phi Omega fraternities.
as well as Psi Sigma Alpha, nation-
al scholastic honor society. He is
a member of the Mahi Shrine Tem-
ple and the Junior Chamber of
1 Commerce.
The bride's wedding gown was
made of hand embroidered or-
gandy with a scoop neckline and
had tiers of ruffles cascading down
the sides into a cathedral train.
Her sister. Miss Myrna Lee Falk,
was maid of honor. The brides-
maids were Mrs Sanford Ryweil
and Mrs. I.owell Rosman. the
groom's sister and sister in law.
Miss Susan Debra Falk. the bride's
youngest sister, was junior brides-
maid, and her brother, Jack David
Falk. was ringbearer.
Flower sirl was Jill Robin Lan-
ders, cousin of the bride. Also In-
cluded in the wedding party were
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Plavnick. the
bride's grandparents.
Dr Lowell D Rosman served at
best man for his brother. Ushers
were Jerry Konhauser. Sanford Ry-
weil. Marvin Rosman and William
DeBruin.
The newly-weds wilt spend their
honeymoon traveling throughout
Europe. They expect to return at
the end of August and will reside
on Miami Beach.
They're VPs
North and
A. B. Wiener and AraoUjJ
partners in the acctwathif
Wiener and Stern, have
ejected executive vice are
congregations at opfo^tl
Dane county
Wiener is a member sjsj
of governors and budget
tee of the Greater Musi]
Federation, is serving
year aa chairman of the j
tanta Division of the i
Jewish Appeal, and is a |
ident of the Dade Cm
Assn. He is the newly-*
president of Temple
South Dade.
Beti!
Dade Heights Splash Party
Dade Heights Jewish Communi-
ty Center Sisterhood will hold a
July 4 weekend splash party at the
Singapore hotel Monday evening.
Her husband, who has completed
his internship at Brooklyn Jewish
Hospital, will be a resident physi-
cian at Veterans Administration
Hospital in Coral Gables begin-
ning this week.
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Joel Weiss was best man for hi-
brother. Ushers included Joel
Sokowsky. Teddy Sokolsky. both
brothers of the bride. Leonard
Spielvogel and Norman Wagner,
the groom's cousin.
The bridal gown was hand-made
in France entirely of French im-
ported chantilly lace, completely
scalloped and beaded uith crystal
and seed pearls, and feattinne. a
chapel train, sweetheart neckline
and sleeves to a point at the rina
finger. She carried I bouquet of
five white orchids frosted with
lavendar and whit,, i
Newtywed Mrs Weiss graduated
from Miami Beach ||iKh School
and is a senior at the University of
Student Lducation A
Dr. Weiss graduate,! from Colum-
CoBege, and interne at Ml S.na.
Hospital of Greau-r Mum, h"
a member of Ph, Delta EM,
Kaye. Los Angeles, and daughters;
Mr and Mrs Bill Yoss. New York,
and daughter; and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Yoss. also of New York.
Following a Caribbean cruise
and trip to New York, the couple
"ill be at home at 2128 NE 178th
H No. Miami Beach
Stern is a past
president and prrsideat
Dade Jewish Center. After,
Beth Emeth Congretauail
be was elected executive <
ident for US0.
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lotien, daughter of Mr.
|ol I. Cohen, 2X9 Candla,
p, became the bride of
rence LerfHmafT ido "0t
Mr> Meyer Leahman,
[Mich., in 1 p.m. cere-
lay, June 2S.
Rtakov Rosenberg offici-
It Seville hotel.
ft waa attired in a gown
Idrred Swiss organdy,
bodice was designed
re neck, and the tiny
topped with bridal
gown featured a full
irt.
tof honor was Mrs. Bet-
Itraub. Henry Leshman
man. Ushers included
shman, Howard Lesh-
rd Wcintraub and Mark
graduated from Miami
rh School and attended
rsity of Florida. Her
a graduate of Wayne
at Detroit, Mich., and
iical school there.
[followed the ceremony
mile. After a Nassau
the couple will go to
Rive.
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ids Soy
Vows Here
[Postelnek became Mrs.
Diamond in 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 28. at the
sau hotel. Rabbi Leon
ficiated.
is the daughter of Mr.
lip Postelnek. 800 92nd
>m's parents are Mr.
lohn Diamond, 8934 Car-
\ honor for her sister waa
elnek. Arthur Gordon
[best man for his broth-
Mrs. Diamond attend-
ee University, and is
ing in education at the
of Miami.
ad is i graduate of
rersity and Boston Uni-
school. He served at a
the U.S. Army, and is
(practicing law lief*,
a Caribbean honey-
couple will be at home
Bay Harbor dr.
MtS. AMOU) USMMM
Nassau Holiday
For Tavlins
Sandra Marlcne Plah became
Mrs. Martin Robert Tavlin in Sun-
day. June 28, rites at the Coronet
hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
ciated at the 6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Harry Fish, Penso-
cola, Fla. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tavlin, 320
86th st., Miami Beach.
The bride chose a white Import-
; ed chantilly lace floor-length gown
featuring silk taffeta, sequins and
lace chapel train.
Maid of honor was Miss Maxine
Brandeis. Junior bridesmaid was
Monte Sher. Cynthia Safer was
. flower girl.
Edward Englander was beat
; man. Ushers included Marvin Fish
and Richard Weiss.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and University of
Miami, where she majors in ele-
mentary education. Her husband
received his Bachelor's degree in
business administration at Syra-
cuse University, and is currently
employed with the Ohio State Life
Insurance Co.
Dinner followed the ceremony at
the Coronet. After a Nassau honey-
moon, the bride will be at borne
at 1030 SW 1st ave, Miami.
/Works July 4
Playhouse on Bird rd ,
rs, will be closed over
weekend. Ruth Fore-
tor, said that "Bad
showing there to ca-
ences, will reopen Tues-
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In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday, June 29, at the
Thunderbird motel. Miss Ann
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Schwartz, 1500 NE 160th
st., became the bride of Paul Rhein-
gold. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg of-
ficiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony.
Decor of the wedding was carried
out in pink and white.
Mr. Rheingold is the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhein-
gold, of New York City.
Best man waa Nat Lewis. Maid
of honor was Sandra Schwartz, sis-
ter of the bride. Ushers were Alan
Lipp and Joel Winter. Bridesmaids
were Jean Katz and Sally Rousse.
The bride selected a traditional
ballerina-length wedding gown fea-
turing imported Brussels lace,
scooped neckline, short sleeves and
bell-shaped skirt. The fitted bodice
was reembroidered with seed
pearls. The bouffant skirt of peau
de soie had an apron effect of
Brussels lace forming a panel
down the front and back. The
bride carried white orchids on a
Bible. Her shoulder-length French
illusion veil fell from a tiara of
seed pearls.
A reception and formal seated
dinner followed at the Thunderbird
motel. The couple are spending
their honeymoon in Jamaica. Upon
their return, they will make their
home in New York City.
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New accounting firm of Wettisch. | man is also a director of the Young
Zaiac and Sllverman at Suite 1408. Democrats of Dade County
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A native of Vienna, Wellisch has
resided in Dade county for the past
20 years, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Vienna and University of
Miami, and belongs to the Florida
and American Institutes of Certi-
fied Public Accountants.
Zaiac is a native of Havana.
Cuba, and has lived here for the
past 15 years. He holds a Master's
degree in business administration
from the University of Miami, j
where he is a professor of account-1
ing. He is also a member of the
Florida and American Institutes of
Certified Public Accountants.
Silverman is a native New York-
er. He came here seven years ago,
is a graduate of the University of
Miami and a member of the Ac-
counting Society of Miami. Silver-
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HISTORY QUIZ
1. Who led the /<-nrlitf< after
Mo$ts'
2. What group of leaden \ed the I
Uraehtes after Joshua''
' Which judge defeated the
Midtanius uith onk 500 men' I
. Which judge sacrificed hij
daughter because o; a Joolah |
war'
5 Which ludge ii ccuidered to
hare been the sirongest man
who net lived'
* Which famous udft was a
woman7
Who teas the la^t of the mdje?
and the Jirit o; the prophets'
I Who was the f.rst Ijmg of
Israel'
3 Who was the -ec.md ^in;
firael'
Who was the third fynfj of
Israel'
' \jme the luo ^mgdom< into :
uhich Israel u'ai divided after I
the death of he' last fyng.
12 Who was the fA| ^mg of the I
Itrngdom to the north'
1- Who was the first l(ing of the
kingdom to the south'
!- Which country on^uered :
northern kingdom'
1-: Which country conquered the
southern kingdom'
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King Solomon was famous for
his wit and wisdom. His fame
spread to the four corners of the
earth. Even in far off Africa, in
the mysterious land of Sheba.
stories of his cleverness excited
the imagination of its people. At
first, the country's ruler, the
Queen of Sheba, scoffed at these
tales, saying: "No mortal man
can be that wise." But as trav-
elers continued to bnng back ac-
counts of Solomon's feats, even
her curiosity was aroused.
"I shall travel to Jerusalem
myself and see with my own eyes
if any mere man can attain such
wisdom." she mused.
Preparations were made for
the long trip. Messengers went
ahead bearing costly gifts and. at
length, the journey began. Exact-
ly nine months later, the Queen
reached her destination.
Solomon welcomed his guest
saying: "I am greatly honored to
receive you. You must be tired
from your long trip."
"I cannot rest." was the reply,
"until I test your renowned wis-
dom."
Twenty boys and girls were led
into the court room. They were
all dressed alike even to the veils
covering their faces.
Tell me." said the Queen,
"which of these children are boys
and which are girls?"
Solomon smiled. He turned to
a servant: "Bring me twenty pans
ol water."
The command was obeyed and I
the water-filled pans were placed
before the children. "Wash your
hands." ordered the King.
He then walked among them,
correctly singling out the boys,
and ignoring all the girls. The1
queen was astounded. "How'
could you know?" she wondered.
Again the King smiled. "Girls
are tidier than boyi. The chissren
washing only to their wrists were
boys. Those soaping to their el-
bows were girls."
The first fire correct answers to
ALL questions and the puzzle will
receive a free ticket to anv
^ometco Theatre Answers m:
be addressed c/o The Jewish Flor-
idian. Box 297J. Miami 18, Fla..
and postmarked not late
midnight Sunday.
a contestant may receive tickets for
umnmg entries u(II be limited bv
editors.
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I2*?> wya
'icirtff i^
Circle r
Workraen's
lives may Join.the JewiihNm
Fund Council here, accord*?
an announcement this week n?
Zcu~JCeaa, RajiiMlrv^^irw^*!
the Greater Miami JNF Couara'
Johan L. Berman and jJZ
Mechlow met with Workmen'so
cle branch leaders here to dta^
thil possibility.
Sefce..^
Joseph sowed seed throughout
Eftpt and then gathered the npe
com during the Tears of Plent*
Change SEED to CORN in aVM
steps by altenng only ont letter
each time a neu> u'ord u formed
Clues: Step \o. 3 means "to
stoop." Step \V 5 means "part of
a i^elelcn."
Robert Deutseh
Rabbi Isaac Lerer will officiate
at the Bar Mittvah of Robert
Larry Deutach Saturday morning.
July 4. in Monticelio Park Congre-
gation.
Robert is the son of Mr. aid
Mrs. Arthur Teichner. He is a
-eventh grade student at North
Miami Beach Junior High, and at-
tends Monticelio Park religious
, school.
A native born Miamian, his hob-
bies include science and music.
Robert is a cellist in his school
orchestra.
Luncheon reception will be held
in his honor Sunday.

David Asrak
Bar Mitivah of David Airalt was
celebrated Saturday. June 27. at
Beth Israel Congregation. Rabbi
Stanley Weiss officiated.
David is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
lewMta War Veterans West
Poet aad Auxiliary will hold
barbecue dinner July n at ^_f
home of Mr. and Mrs Maun*!
Kate. 4M SW hd ave. Co-chaT
men are Mrs. WUttam Avirora >mI
Mrs. Stanley Getd.
P.rfy it Vttaus
M array Solomon Post 243, Jew-
ish War Veterans, aad its Ladhr
Auxiliary win five a party in Win}
17 of the Veterans Adminlqratioai
Hospital at Coral Gables on Sater-
day evening. Mhn Gwen's Das*'
inr School whi provide enterta*.
Mat
James Aaron, aM* Post ave. Hrl_
in the eighth grade at the Hebrw j
Academy.
Garden fete Scheduled"
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will hold
a garden fete July 26 at the home
of Mrs Al Gerstein, 526 Jeronimo
dr., Cora! Gables. Chapter mem-
bers will be chefs for foods served
at the affair, which is scheduled
to include swimming. In charge
are Mrs. Gerstein and Mrs. Jules
Weston.
TCAV10RE
Cl|
OTEL
A* M* ST..
JE 1-0U1
Air Conditioned r\o*m
rrlvat* Stach ml r*4
Par*is n Frtffllm #
CMhlail Lauwae ?
Dming Hum
Entirtainmnl
3
Dally
Par Pir%.l
OB4.
PROM
APRIL B||
TO MIAMIANS WHO ARE EXPERTS IN THE AIT OT
not later than
Number of times
a
6UAT
LOCATION on smart
57th Street between Frftfc-
S n^utT!?^ PePPW Nemed Vkt Pr'^
Central Park.. .Two Former Florida Sen. Claude Pep-
minutes to Radio City Per ha been elected a vice presi-
a few short steps dent of Washington Federal Sav-
to the new Coliseum. Ings and Loan Assa. Sen. Pepper
waiiicr ^.iW,as.one ofthe original organuers
VAlUf from $6.00 a day of Washington Federal, and has
n#o~4M0.dar been director *ne it ;.s Found
double. Even lower by in 1852. In addition to his du-
tha'fveek or month. tie as vice president, Pepper will
ACWII10AT10MS- S^VT'^'SSri
L. jht, mry. spacious association, whose asJs aj
rooms and suites total approximately M5 080 000
private tub bath, shower, ~
radio, TV and air
conditioning if desired.
The furnishings are
new and colorful. Of
special interest to
families are the
complete kitchenette
f\ studio apartrnents.
^Jgreat
northern
(liHOTEL
V:
'1UW.57$T.rM.Y.lt
.1 TIL. CIRCLE M900
asaMri^m mocnuk sam
KNICKERBOCKER
NEW YORK CITY
400 ROOMS
Nawty Furnished
t"*ry Ro,m M *,
SINGLES from $5
DOUBLES from So
Al Wa^tly ,*
^ Air CesaWeaksf Ar.,1^
MA^r^nr PRIVILEGED TO M THE HOST TO SO
O^ ^^ GL0BE DOTTING folks from the South. Whether
LatfT IZ-f, y a" ex,ended nation or as part ok a trip abroad.
veri \% rememb Y^ GALEN 107 an anar ad-
ce^l ln,luxu"ou relaxation. Inquire for datails of
pSffr!?"7- Umouu fr- aarric dlraet from
r-niiadelphia airport
DISTINGUISHED FACIUTIES
*HElb air^ondrtk*l ac^ommoekiaoaar apaoioas
^ auitea. private cottages.
HeadTinthp0,f S^PioMhlp coswa. John Yocum. Pro.
Headline Entertalnment-throughout Saaaon.
Dancag mghtry under the to?.: Atsanoan
and Latm orchasbjoa. "mwkmb
Aguotic show, and moonliqht barbacuam forest Glodas Pool ^ macaaB at
Summer stock theatre parrlea,
^PnnyDaeiaDanc.TrJ'
CONVDmONS^lpl-^#tluil. ^^ ^^j^
TtaWiS ;?9e and -ma5 ^^ss^'oS^sr
"' t,*J on request
Galen Haii hotexaud
COMIMOirAM
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LfOAt NOTICE
fcL's^S: Slt^?^ ^ 2* fr" IOn,an' **** BUI Goidbsrg.
Wina when 5S ^^?yo-Sa!U,daX ^OTl Ann Manh. George Schonwefler, GarV
KmSW^ ^ lPl^n ad *M-K*>* Knchof. Marsha Friedbsrg. Bo7-
^of hh T Wh ff^^ l" the Lubin' Monroe KaP'n. B^yna ToW CarTdy
^ Soeth^ M^H ^\R0b0rt /fied^' PaW Hewett' *ohn Cael bSoS Barney'
te uSTFr^mai ^Z7hAllenJ*r *** Carolyn Adler. Bonnie HerrS
IaL KrZJL?!?? i?eS H?y8' MaT]y SuMn *** p<** Greenfield. GaU I^iscru.
AfSnn mTJ?'f,1"?1*,1^ Te tel?an'J"^ *** Messing. Olivia Kaplan. dEk,
STt^mS^T1!!11, ^ P** Jta^Bado Sherman. Tcrmar^ecior. Ga?le
Kllr ^1' S,ep? Sp?IiDg'Iane Pari8' Ioanne Whi,e- '> Blau. Roberta RaS
Koir?rt S"^^^ a""* WiI- RTOe* nthal. Sara RobSson la^-
h*Zw^nMonotaan.Wendi.Blm.ki bora Nssier. Susan Adam.. Sally Hins
1 her mother. Steven Messing. Valerie An- Stephen Pried. Shaxoa anckMaril^GssJitf
iter Musuase will welcome I ^"^S?1 Univer8"y.*
iLeroy Anderson Uiia SuadayJ ,.?/*, t^duated t rsagjia cum
the nadiiim for th- ited wfth-tke Bostan Sym
NOTICE BY PWSLICATION
LN .TJil S,mCtJtT COURT OF THt
FLR'JPA 'N ANP FflR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
_____ No. MC11(
DICK D17NN HORRBNTINO,
I'lalntirr.
v.
JUAN T. HORHBN'TINO. a/kfa
JOHNNY ToKREK, l '**
Defendant.
BUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JUAN itENTINO,
k/k/m .Hill irbh
To* are hereby notified that a Mill
of f omplalnf for Divorce has been filed
agsinat you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Ajiawer or Plead-
.", '".i"*" w" "r ''omplaliit on the
Splaintiff Attorney. Hubert A. pel.-, -
.'., ni1 h F'rsl National flank
iilMIn*. Miami Beach-. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the .'Ink of th.. Clf.
lilt < nurt on or before the 6th dav
of AUfinrt, 16. If you fall to So an
Judgment by default will |,e taken
tH \,y"t fnr r'"'f demanded in
the Kill ,.f Complaint.
Thla notice shall lie iiuhllnbed oiue
each week for four cnrmeciitlv.. we.k
In THB JKWIKII KIXJKIDU.V.
e> !?* A.N" P">KRBD at Miami.
Florida. Ihla Mth day of June, AD.
K H. I.BATIIURMAN. ilerk
''Iroult Court. Dade Onmiv Florida
laoal) By: JUAN HNKBDKN
ROBKRT A. WPF.RR..NtPUly ^'^
Miami Batch lat National Bank Rklir
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
LCAL NOTICE
_ NOTICE UNDER
v FISTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKRKI1V .IIVEN that
the undertbrned. delrtnK to en*irc ,n
."iSKS" *""' '' '" rlctitloua nan f
AMERICAN CRtBrr at (8 %r. FUW
St.. Miami Intend* to recjlater sUl
name with the Clerk of the C1
< ourt of Dad.- c<, intv. Ho, : H. DMin. Sote"mrn-
_____ /I6, 7/3-
7/3-10-I7-J4
louat the pedium for tbe
Bity of Miami Suoimer Sym-,
i' fifth Pep concert ia "An
M Susie with l^rey An
Suadsy at the air^ond)
| Miami Beach Auditorium.
affectionately called
n-Pan Alley Longtytir,"" will
many of his fa write .com-
" incteiing sevtral selec-
his Broadway musical
fSre'i
>, arW Faul
JMrMem, seth resident*
. a Bostenian. received
J early education o one street
ftmaridgegnsde school, high
phony OrcbesU-au where* the prolifie,
osmposer wrote such successful
compositiass as rifl^e*sddle.'
,1'Jax* Pizzicato,"' ".SJeigh Ride"
snitCThe Waltzing Cat."' His best-
aetling recordipg,- seoke all record sales in 1952.
' Mr. Aseeason har-appeared as
fwsuent. guest caatfuetor of the
09t#n-Pop, the Kaawanfity-Phil-
hsroionic, UeMorth Gsnjlio Sym-
phony, as well as with the Univer-
sity at Miami 6yarajjony. <>His.Jast
appearance here was in "1957.
Sunday's Pep program ateisdes
his popular "Irish Suite," The
Synespaled' C3ock." 'Bgler% Holi-
day" and "Fiddie-Faddie."
Olfla Pavlova and Paul Marine
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS JTEltEHY CIVEN that
tna undcralcned. dnnlrlns; to eOKage In
.HOP*** """T the ffotltlouR name of
i.on i, p.AIjroi-R Ht-TEL at ;ljn
Oi-ean l*lva. Miami Bea< h intend to
re.aii.ter aald name wfth the Cl.ik of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
OBORGE 1U.1M. and
___ SARAH 111,1'H, hi* wife
KR88UEK. tJAlU* S roth
Atl"inc\.-. for Aiipliciita
1S S.W. 1st Ftre.l
7/J-I6-I7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IH AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORID* IN FROBATE
. No. 46756-A
In RE: Eatate of
JOftEPH c.of.IiEARB, aka
J. UOLHKAKR. aka
JOE I'OI.DFAKB.
I >-*ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona llav-
ina" Claim* or He ma nd a Aral nirt Raid
Eatalo:
You ace l>. r.l.v notified and re-
quired to ureacnt any claims and de-
mand* which >ou may have ajcalnat
tbe eauie of JOHEJ'Il LDEAIU:
aka J. C.OI.I1FARB, aka JOE nm.h
ana a_____i___# |^. A n u'' *"ARR deceased bite of Dade Couutv,
and a aaember of the Opera Guild.] Kioruia, to the Cou.it> Jude of ia.dV
recently aaatr at th- Rnrt iu.. r."un,y'. "n4 '"* ,h* ""m'' ln "''
aaauuy saag at tlte Bostsn 8ya>; mce* in .he county courthouse- in
Dade County. Florida, within etchi
calendar month* from the" date of the
firs! puhlleatlon hereof, or the same
will be Uarr.l.
TJBMMJCI GOUDKARB. Executrix
aka TIMMIE K>f.l>FARB
ENOUNIimi TENDR1CII
Attorneys
MISS PAVLOVA
MAUMO
versity of Miami school of music.
NOTICE UNDER
w, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HBRBHY GIVEN that
the underpinned. deKlrlng: to engaa/e la
bualaeim under the fictitious nan
COMPANY. NOT INC at 12727 N*E
Bin Avenue, North Miami. Florida In-
lend to rerlster said name with |h
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>*da
County, Florida.
MTJB A AfiCAT,nfB
JOSEPH VERR1ER
B. VINCENT PAUL, JR
Attorney for Both
____________|________________6/g*.'7/3-: -17
LT. TJlEui:'"CU,T COURT OF THE
ELrfKiNTH J4Q'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DA = E
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
_ No. 5K S920
HK'HARK I, IIENKDICT
Plaintiff.
vs.
CARMEN mMEDtCT,
JJetcndanI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CARMEN BENEDICT
}U>2 .South Upton Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
YOIT ARE HEREIIV NOTH'iED
that a Complaint for Divorce ha n
riled o'n-l you, and von ara i-
gUired to nerve a cop) of "your An
<" Ra*llng to .the Bill of Corrjn] ...
n the ulalntirr* altorncv Kb'..
MARUER. 73 Arthur Godfrey R.
allarhi Baach Vi, Florida, and file
ofBrlnul Answer >W Fl^adlng in th.
fm f lha Clark of the Circuit C
on or before Hie Sfth day of Julv
If you f:ill to do so; Judgment bt' ie-
. V
i r <
VeVeVA.
^w-w-w-v-
Kiss," frem GeMilecks, and
e the- all."
SAUSaMMAN
WANTED Miss Pavlova, a concert, radio
mm M whh car; Mar? %d- teWtsion artist, will-sing
Siting is My Chair."
;k. She recently ap-
peared in the. Miami Opera Gtiild
praducUon IHgoletto."
Mr. Merino, a student at the Itai-
VMNTIB flMALE
ihra la. tfsht eatlas.
UN 6-355
CANTOR TEACHER
ea. aaeetifel Lyric vsiae, wall
Jassad is betaj laaaiallas, cm-
cheir. teaks aesHiea with Cae
He Caaatasatlaa. Writs
T.. lex ttTS, Miewi 1, Flat.
PALMIST
.RAM ROSBRTS .Iranian Saadsr
asViaor on all aaohiams on lava.
Ia, business. Ail rsajlmas are
le and eonfidsntlal a<
MIS M,W. nk .....
PL 19410
'rf\-^A-e*>-^-eA-^ewrfUeA-eA-e*V.
S palm raadlnfl, tall yaur past,
"t. future Oiftoe reader, sd-
J i matters. Help you
I sickness A trouble, answer all
quaatjons. Spa hsr taday, to
a*ajr he lap lats. Advice an
nage. love, hualaass.
w Rcta wsmoH as mwism
COMMRWITT CENTtl PRRORAM
OUttCTOR. OAV CAMP MRKTRR Or
LA ICE DAY CAMP, SYNAGOGUE
YOUTH A EDUCATIONAL WSICTOt
HEBREW TEACHER.
Availablp far ene er caeibinatien
ef above eHaBRments; detire
transfer to Miami area, age 35,
marriad, bread Temple-Canter
backsreaand, excellent refer-
encas. Write
AARON FRIEDMAN
1231- Kyniyn Drive
WilmineSon, DeUwara
phony's famed Tanglewood Fe
tival. His rich baritone voice will
be heard in another Goldilocks se-
leetion. "Shall I Take My Heart
and Go?"
fault will-be-raken aaln*i you f
relief demanded in the Bin
plaint.
Thlp. aottce shall be poMinhed oncp
I."/^*k 'or '<*" <-naecatlve eek
arJ JKWI*'H KI.HiniAN.
1_no^E AfiV ORDRRED at Mnm/.
Wlda. this 19th day of June, A D.
r^ B|. M**THBRhlAN. Clert.
Circuit Cpvrt, Dade Countj. fVrida,
t*eal) ByTu S.NEBDEN
BHWrN-VARORR T**"*t-\**
'J Aithur Oodfrev Road
Miami Beach 0. SMrida
c?. 7/j-;n-i7
I
LE-GAL NOTICE
1NJH!LC",CU,T COURT OF THE
11TH JtJDClAL CIRCUIT IN AND
P-OW.RAOS COUNTY, FLOPADA
IN CHANCERY, No. 6PC atSP
PETITION OF JAMEk CHARLES
tot the nBoption ot aHCrfAEL
. wife.
El. A.
DCbMAN. a minor.
NOTICe BY PUBLICATION
OF
^ -RTT10N FOR ADOPTION
TO' RONALD I.OIIS DELM.VN
21-23 97th Str..t
Kim hurst
8, New York
ARK HRREIir NOTIFIEn that
a l'etitlon haa been Pled in the above
styled Court by JAMBS CHARLES
ai'WTOR. Joined hy El'NICK i;i:it
ALDINK Sl'BCToR, hi* wife, for the
Ailopiioii of MICHAEL A HEI.MAN
a minor, by the Petitioner, JAMES
CHARLES 8PECTOH. und you are
re<|iilred to serve a copy of vour An-
*wer or Obje>-tl..na to ahow cause why
*ald Petition should not be granted
"ii Hie Attorney for l'etitionet
OBOROR J TAIJANOFF. ESO... of
I 0 Lincoln R.aid. Miami ll.-.i.h, Hor-
Ida, and file the orlKlnal in the office
of ui.- Clerk of th.- Circuit Court on
or before August 3, 19*9.
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a D-cr.-e
Pro Confesso will be entered aaainst
>oll
111 rjncoln Road
MlaffcT Baac!
Beach. Florida
7/J-10-17-I4'
i^^UCH,CTA,L,TC.CR0C,67; ?sT ISg
KENNETH VBRNON nVRINO.
FlalntUf.
' BETTT BORIS RARINC.
%Jr1cEt'dY fUBLlCATION
TO! BErTTrtORiH BOHINi;
Route No. 7
llaryvllle, Tennesaee
TtR' ARK HERE I IT NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce haa been filed
against you. and you ate hereby re-
lUlred to serve a copy of your answer
NO. 4S277-A
In RE: Estate of
MARTHA FRIEDMAN
la-ceased.
NOTIOR DO CREDITORS
To ATI Creditor* and All Perwaw a.v-
"? CJalma or Demands Against ^ald,
Catate:
You are hereby notified and lYO ij-ed
u.pI'"",t ,ny ,l"-l'"s n<> dpmi-ido
which Wu xo'ajr' Afex7* "aiairert'*tha
>e of MARTHA FRHSOaAN, de-
esUt
-------. ... ...,,.,,,.-, rnibt.JIA^ -^~
ceased late "f Dade Countv, Fh--
to the County Judges of Dade County.
MMamm the same In their orttce* in
the Cpnty Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. MssMa, within sght epUadiu-
month* from the date of the fire*
Sattfcatlon hareoT. o> the aaaW'wrtl bo
ITru.
.,, JrSIR UOHT, RaacutrU
.U.P^nl^^B^KB- Att0r"*'
Miami 12, ri,rlda
_______ -/2..t/a. 7
tar mtrmmN
Modern SPANISH A AMERICAN
11
r Taacfcer ef Stavla RaaeaR
Reemiare Soy CBirtarist, Aae
RICHARO EVANS FR 7-S104
134 NW 1M O, APT. a. MUMI
Please phone er drop peetcard
,ttl:.,,Pf'nn!"'.t
-^ -- <-.- sat vvp; ua uui *n.-nci
on the Plaintiff's attorney. ANC-Eljn
A. AM, 1103 Alnnlry llulldlng, Miami
S2, Florida, and file the original
answer In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 6th
day of Angus*, lard), or the allegation*
will be taken aa confessed against \"ii
DATED at Miami, I>ade County,
Florida, thin JCth dav of June 19.'.9
E. H LKATHERMAN.
Clark of the circuit court
Iseal) Its K M I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
7/I-10-I7-M
IN TH
,v*vA
ROBATE
-..^w rv
LRPflDA^
In RE: Estate of
IDA AtoERTA TOUNG
I>*cesed.
Y^T
.iKfiTMr*. TO-CSf WTaVtS
md ATI Pemona Hav
aa
Florida, this
E
(seal)
K-ll-Ol-t/t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
"IRE AJ'ARTMi.NTS at 13fi Eu
To ATI CredTtor* and ....
IK Jern* r D*"l*nd" Asajnat Said
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claima and demands
which you nu.y have against tn
aaata a* IDA At.HKRTA YOUNG de-
ceaaed Mte of Dade County. Flo-i-'.
to the County Judge* of Dade Coi
and file the name In their offI,.
| tna Ommy Cnnrthnuse In Dade c
ty. Florida, wlthm eight cale
montha from the date of the first
lication hereof, or the name wl!T be
barred.
-~. JAMES V. YOUNa
W RWREW, Attorney
1JM Heytx-ld Building
Miami. Florida
________ *7*a,7/l-ii|-l7
I*". ousines* tinner
WITNESS my hand.ami the aaal of CLAIRE AJ'Alt..
Md Court In Miami, Dade County. L.I-l.l.i ,hl- la. .!-.. ...... an-n .._.-________I ... ----
---------------------------. ...^. ----- --.----------- _-.. ^ i i.i. < i.i.riii.* ,v
st day of July, 19i. register said name with the Clerk of
B. LKATHERMAN. the circuit Court of Dade County.
Clerk of said Court. Florida
Hy: R. H.RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
2427 M. Aiiami
I'll 1 WO.
GINTUMAN, SINGIE,
. Car, kaaamtad ( Re
"a*W faWr., re be Oaty
V414J
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ANY DOCUMiNT
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(Up to i'4Kl4 Slack A White)
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FR 1-0115
CLAIRE CORJP., a Fla. Coin
By Leslie Frlebert. Pros.
7/4l0-l7-lt
NOTICE UNDER
'_"!? RAMS? LAW
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
No. 4RMS-C
In RE; Esute of
HERBERT B. 8CHER
Oil aasil,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS e"HL-
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav- "*? "m* *u]! thr n'r" of ** OrH
IngClalma ar Demands Against Bold cult 0Urt^r,^*" i" v"_f *'**
Allvt* NOa/AtC M*
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mand*, wttich you mpv have aaalaai
the estate of HERBERT E. SCHEK
dssaas.d late of bade Ceontv, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dads Coun-
ty, and rile the same In their offices In
the Qpantv Ceaanhouae In Dade <*oun
ty. Florida, within right
barred.
rrtROERICK It SK-lfBSt
STANUtY SCHKR
CO-ADMINlXTRATt>RH. C.T.A.
7/J-10-17-2I

OOROTHY IX>NDON 2S*
LARRY LONDON jyi
7/>-lfJ-17-H
NOTICE UNDER
tw^<^'TQMRLNAMR LAW
-ww ivnmc LAW
.ICE 15 HEP.EBT GIVEN that
Icatlon hereof, or the same will be CHAINCEY STONE DRERR a;*0
N.W. ith Ave.. Miami Fla.. Intend to
"f*"^" mti "* with the Clerk of
'.-" .'. ,r<'u" rourt of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH CA .%
CHAtlNCEY STONE and
. *.HBt'KN aTTON
.SI iN
Ataaraey fnr Applicants
407 Lincoln Road
7/I-1S-17-I4
.a. N7'UY pWSLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL-^.VJr?J? JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
F*e9.RJ* ,N AND r" MCI
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
hi. AafavC. BatasfaA
ELIZABETH tit.Mlias.
Plauitiff,
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FRANK OOMBAK,
Dafeaatant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRANK dOfcRAR
Jjaa Lnshsgatone Avenue
S^KfnSn^l.:
_ you are r.ejawsjd to serve a-qfey
SaWU/a*ir^T ^ Waiting tvlhi
MB of OaaaptaJat on the ftgS
*lil\ Saps .vaaat fkaglar Slppax,' i".
ami. Florida and file the original An-
?TelL r. p'f*na In the office oftho
lark of tbe Circuit Court o daUbe-
fore the M(h day of July. 15. If
rail to do so. Judgment by default artlt
2,_ta*?1' 8Ph",t you for the relief
*?* to the Bill at Oowplalnr
Thla notice sh*n be published i,oe
. ,.TS"".ior_fogr ronaacuUve a-u
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DONE ANTJ ORDERED st Mla^i,
Florida, this 22nd day of JuneTTo:
' E B I.EATHERMAN, c
Circuit Court, Dade County, rVHda.
seal) By:.K. M. tVTMAN
_-N A OOtJ>RTE
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by Hal Pearl I
Omm '* **nalt
Workmen's Circle Chorus to
weekly rehearsal Friday rfmm
,t 25 Washington ave with ADrn-
ham Haiduck conducting. The cho-
rus will be beard on the program
of the Southern District conference
of Workmen's Circle In Savannah.
Ga, on Labor Day.
cue and relaxation, and **"*" ytht ^scal fraternity, DM.
preach .. For inatassee. toed -embers^of the ^ ^ ,
David Nathan. Leo Levin. JUB!rt,tL* ^ ,v.r swinging usually
Robbins. play several un.es a week They do *
at Baysnore. _^ ,h _. ^ paving a few vo*
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^r^'ss hasn't been .btoio *-^^"5 B
b golf' but we sported him at Baysnore. it. Fred A.ronson and Me
vin and David Lesser ch.mro is
Sandy Shapiro, daughter of Arty and *> of the best teen-age girl golfers in the state She won f.rst prize
the second successive year in the BCtmore rumor tourney
Regular weekend foursome at Bay shore consists of Atty Kay
Yunes. Harold Rubin. Les Goldstein and Ted Sewell
.Among the husband and wife -regulars- at Baysnore are Mr and
Mrs Stan Raskin. Mr and Mrs Ome Boland Dr and Mrs Letter
ad Mr* Bob Feldstein. Mr and Mrs Martin Kaufman, Mr.
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for
Saroff. Mr. and Mrs Bob rewsiein. r ano rs "*"*"-;
and Mrs. Saul Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Fewer, and Mr and Mrs Albert
Pollak.
* *
HOMETOWN HOLIDAY: Living m one of the worlds top resort
areas makes it a cinch to enjoy the Fourth of July weekend Checking
over the -holiday package vacations- offered by the oceanfront hotels
and motels, it appears that it is less expensive for the family to spend
the holiday at a hostelry than at home, what with the food costs what
they are these days.
It's amazing, too. if you've never spent a vacation at a local hotel or
motel what a "get away from it all" feeling it gives. You'd never be-
lieve you were in your hometown.
First of all. the bigger hotels otter you so much, that it won't be
necessary ever to leave the place from the moment you enter until de-
parture time. No auto traffic, no waiting in line for a restaarant table:
everv comfort and luxury at your beck and call Who can ask for more?
* *
BISTRO tEATt If yon intend to see the hit revue. "Havana Mardi
' Gras." ever the holiday, make sure you don't wait until the last minute
to make your reservations The Hotel Lucerne extravaganza has been
playing to capacity audiences the past month, and we expect both shows
will he jam-packed starting tonight through Sunday. Dtosa Costello
proves again she's one of the most versatile and exciting performers
you'll ever chance to see in a night dub show.
The opening of Belle Barth at her Pub m the Coronet hotel was
one of the big rut cry events of the summer season Almost every fel
low entertainer in town was on band to enjoy Belle's socko singing and
story-telling. Among the celebs on hand were Gloria De Haven Duisa
Costetto and hubby, singer Don Casino. Mr and Mrs Murray Franklin
,TVs Bob Clayton and Clure Mosber. Councilman Bernie Frank and
singer spouse Marion Colby.
Spot that is sure to be jumping with members of the voung set over
the weekend: the Tack Room of the Diplomat. Songstress Chris Con
norjenaau te_|>o|>nilau- jazz festival, which continues to feature the combo
ot riip Phillips, accenting the trombone of Bill Hams.
Tho Daauaill. Casanova room return* to night ck* acts, aftor
coups, w-4,1 run of legitimate theatre, opening tomorrow with th*
M^*,.^rS,n, **' ** **"" ^ *" br"h*" <""
Adding to the holiday festivity will be the return of Marguerite
Piazza tomorow night at La Ronde in the Fontainebleau M,rguenl
as weU f'Tann,tIi a"*0 ke*P UP,W,Ul ,he Uto' ^'"""P're-I steps
as well as standard American waltz and fox trot thereT i,nim.t !.
his band at Boom-Boom Room of the Fontainebleau are a reTl ,re,
taUR Varon, a. hzs ouU^ t^^^^Z Z
Curbed XZIVZfuZSi K/sf Mn,m^; F
R.vage. just to name a few } fc"n ork at *** Beau
Places as can be found in anv one locihtT.n X.T 8rOUP f eatlDt
are nght The Candlelight inn offVn lii J^J'i""' And Ih* P"ces
children's menu. m ,uU COUTSt dinners, with special
l^ng a standard for excellence is the Rr,,
r"a^!lBnng b0UWifu, 335 mSSEZm 79th "use-
anywhere. ,be most diversified menus
ndy hie
SHrlin,,
it
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ta. -'Peedy delivery service ? B? *"**> at ^TaI
I CONVERSATION Pieces- ofi *
inner
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COMfHtMATIOflS
WEDDINGS
BANQUETS
Th. D.Liio-. Near Hanquat
Ocpartmant > praparad to
tapartly conlnbuta to tha
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8uparb Cuiam* and tarvica.
Maat>t paca A.niibn.
Koahar CataHng
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Beth David
Announces Sloft]
to** o* officeri mu,
Vto. pmtotnu are Ham
f*t. Mas Jaeobaon. Sheldo?
Sidney Lafcowrt and sp
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Ocasn
, at Lincoln R<
Miami Inch
Other officers named
were Emanuel Smith, cor.
ing secretary; Maurice Hyrn^
nancial secretary; Jac,)b Z"
treaaurer; and Harry SirnonT
sistant treasurer.
Board of directors for a
year term are Nathan AJexa.
John Feller. Abe Fox
Fnedland. Man Handshu.
Hciman. Harvey Herman. Ui
Htrskowitz. Lena Kaplan
iC. Myers. Sidney Poten.Al
idow. Ed Safer. Jack Seitlm
id Serott. Joe Siegel. Charles
Spingarn. Bernard SterUni
,Swartz. Aaron Weinkle Ji
Wenakie.
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Jeweler
sat74
iuel N. Halpert, 74, Miami
ry store owner, died June 29.
rmrrly in the diamond bu.si
in Philadelphia, he came here
'"35 year's a.bt'anrTliveti* at'
lanatti ave.. Coral Gables.
1923, Mr. Halpert establish
he Halpert Jewelry Company
|40 NE 2nd eve.
rviving are two sons, Stanton
IS. I (Buddy); daughter, Mrs.
id Steinberg; six grandchil
md one great-grandchild* all
mi.
vices were July 1 at Gordon
ral Hom. v., h burial in Ml.
Cemetery.
Jtoaale: two B*i; Wo daughters'. In-, kauer: and
<-'inllfiK Mr* Iren
IS grandchildren
A ill) 1. Mix ml. and
Ptineral ',mo-
re ageinenta.
Services and burial el, Washington nee., with barlal In
Louis, with (li.iiliin
In charge uf lo. ul ai -
ISADORE IWICHKOW
ft. retired tailor ..I i.mu NW .1st p|.,
died lun- ;i ||< i-ame hrr.> flvi- >ear..
in < 'ril<-jvjc<> Surviving
piMU-thre.. -*nagri..- laehesswr'-Mi
) Irnacmn, Miami, brother
Joseph, nine rrandrhlrdren and three
ireat-grandvhlklren. Services and
were In Chicago. llh in.nl i
raiiKi-m. in- b) Gordon Funeral Ilium
ALAN KING
I. former Surfi late Indue,
died Jun. 22. He had been a r<
mlng from i,nii,
Mum.. : 11.1 I veil 11 1 ,(! Collin
June 22 at Rlveralde Memorial ('bap-
alt, nlnal Cemetery.
MRS. IDA RESNICK
of in th a*., died June 21 at home
S yearn ago from New
York City. Surviving are three daugh-
ter*. A; Jlnin.i, Mi
nurd SweUtel and 'Mr*} ert Kagln
tmli'MA'fii Jim. ll m lUvesgerie
al Chapel. Washington ave..
with burial In Mt. H'nal <">metery.
MRS. CARRIE E. COHEN
1*1 nneyrranla ave., died June
20. She wax il. anil came here from
New York ft t v ten yeara ago. Hhe la
servtved b) bai husband. J
-on; jn in, ||,
Kbxlein, Miami Beach, anil Maurice
li .x were June
He waa appointed, i Indue In Memorial i Impel,
ll. v.,, Waahlngti rrth liuilal in Star
MRS. YETTA LtVINa
MIT |i\ ..ii iva Miami '
away In a local holipltal on
She came here Iioin I'd
Iva years ago aad la survived b)
kughter. Mix. Florence lOmamii.
brothers, three sjstsra and two
Children Services will be Krl-
a.m.. at Gordon Funeral Home,
burial In Ulur of linvld Cemetery.
Joseph Naiot will officiate.
IRVING FINK
7> HW 4th at., died June 2D.
a grocery clerk and came bare
tra ago fiom Chlcopee Fall*.
Surviving are hla wife, Rose,
daughter, Mra. Wllina lllix.li-
Hervlce* were June 39 at
Funeral Home, wltb burial In
bo Cemetery.
BENJAMIN GUTMAN
June e. He lived at 332',
. *nd came to Miami is year*
r a New York City. For ten
I he waa owner and operator of
(Barber Shop of Miami Beach.
Hived by hlx wife. Irene; bro-
nrrls: and .sister, Mlxx Rw
He wax a member of R'nei
ware June 18 at Klv-
Chapel. Alton rd .
in ljikesldc Mninoci.il
..... giadil.ilr
'f the

'.(tighter. Mfk*
i King;
arid two alati i
at Riverside Me-
morial ixie, w.th
burial In Mi Nebo Pen*
of Havlil Cemetery.
MAX KANTOR
.4, of iihxi Collins ave., ill,,I i
A real eatate In oxer, he came here i"
yenix ago and waa a member of HI-
blaoua Maeoiii, l^idce ami Miami
Beach Klka Lodge. Surviving are hla
wife, Dora, aon. and daughter. Serv-
toei were June 21 at Rlveralde Me-
morial Chapel, Waxhlngton ave.. with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
AM KAPLAN
75. of 542 Jefferson ave., died June 22
Hi anie here 17 yeara ago from Cleve- ,
land. Surviving are hlx wife. Una*,1*"11 ,n l-""ea4de Memorial Park,
and two daughter*. Mra. Augusta Mil-
ler and Mra. Ruth Shata. Services and
burial were In Cleveland, with local
arranrementa by Rlveralde Memorial
Chapel.
5AVID ROSENBERG
W Mh at., died June St.
g -retail clothing salesman.
' /jo'Miami ten yaara ago
unaocket, R.I. Surviving; are
.KraiMwa, a brother ana two
fiervlcen were June 48 at
Memorial Chapel. \V. Flag-
*NNA tiVtERMAN
8W 20th at., died June 24.
Ived here 17 yaara. coming
Itlyn. She la survived by a
three daughtera. In-
Ulrta Kanaar, Miami;
incladlng Mra. Laina (ley-
nl. and nine gia-Whu-
aad burial aaere In
with Rlverable Momorl.il
Wagljer at., In ckarge of
lemonta.
t OOLtMTCIN
14th ter.. died June 24
la'Wr being struck
cama hero SO yeara ago
ton, 8.C., and waa a ra-
nt. He waa a member
Synagogue. Hebrew Free
d Masona. Surviving
Ida: faur aooa. aUeuaey.
cln and Aaron: brother and
ndcMMran. Services ware June
Uordon Funeral Home, with
lft. Nabo Cemetery.
ALEXANDER KLEIN
ItS NW 120th ter died June 25.
('of the Fenway hotel. 1*0 Col-
Ka., he Was a Miami realdrnt for
^Pa, comnBg from New York. He
Hrd to the North Shore Mxx.mii
J and waa paat counselor foi
Commercial Tmvelerx. Sarvlv- ncach.
> hlu wife. Julia: and four saa-
Inclndlng Bertha Welaaman. Mi-
each.
JACOB FEINBERO
15W Knclld ave. died June "M
Lma hole i. >uara ago from
own. I'a.. and waa a member ot
Beth Sholom Surviving aie
life. N lighter, Minnie;
I anna and two bn-thers. Harvleea
burial were in Allentown. with
rrangenient- li> tSurdon Funeral
MAX WILENSKY
77, retired plumbing contractor
1020 Michigan ave., died June 22. He
came here 2"> years ago from Detroit.
Surviving are bis wife. Dora; aon.
Samuel, two daughtera, Mrx. (Vila
Roaenstrauch and Mra. Lillian Roxen;
sister, eight grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Services wre June
it at Gordon Funeral Home, nh
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
PHILIP BOKSERBAUM
73. nf 101 Washington ave.. died June
21. Ha came here 15 yeara ago from
New York. Surviflne are hla wife.
Minnie, daughter, Mm..J*ltn Sua-
i' '' i ,, ,i '--------
MRS. BERTHA LABER
<>., of U2io SIC 12th ave., died June
-'" Sin hi Hi veara ago
Horn ,, aud la aurviM'.l by
bain I .\ai ha n i .> n ua;htoi s
ny Mrx. Jewel Sha,hat. No.
Miami ii,| i wo
was a member < Workman*! Circle
Branch ii!':' and Mollla Kuham-r I*-
jan Auxiliary of Mnnticelki I'ark
lewixh ("enter. Hervlcea were Jhio-
TV, of 23x5 SW 16th at.. dieiTJune .
He came here 12 yaara ago from New
York, and waa a member of Beth Kl
Synagogue. Surviving are three sons,
James, David and Seymoui ; daugh-
ter, Mrx. Dorothy Drain, apd two
c> andi Iniili en Services wi-i
at Cordon Funeral Home, Wtth burial
In Mt. Sinai (Vineter
JOSEPH rii fMHriaafT m
' retlrod hotel operator of S50 8
ii-.. died June He came here
MX yaara ago from New York, and
waa a Mason, surviving are hla wife,
.luli.i. iPiux liter. Mrx Klnlne, Brln;
win,- 1(1, haul a xlxt.-i and Iwo broth-
ers. Hervlcea and hin-lal were In New
York, with local arrangements by
Rlveralde Memorial Chapel
IRVING WILSON.
is, of 7M NW 14th st I...I .lime 9
ran of World War II, he caint
M mill from New York 1 .
ago Me la survived t,v hi.-, srlfe !-
nora. and ilaughte,.
v.-.,* June u at Rlveralde Mi
Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nel
starr,
MARK H. LAUFER
50, of 1502 Conxulata ave.. died Ju:e aj
II, waa a ret lied wholesale jawolei
fr.an New York, coming here two
yeara ago. Surviving are hix v. if*
Sai,ib. daughtei, Mrs/ Keglna H f-
"i.iii, two sixters and
.-- \ I' s vei e
Funeral Hoi,,. with
\. h.r I 'i-meter\ .
JOSEPH MELNICK
2nd at., died June 8.
ii Now
York, and wax a retired on ,
There are no local xu
and burial were at Stai ol
nl Riverside "Memorial" Caiiai i7nl'"'''*"'' 'jx-nl arrangements by
In Mt ('eilrlian Punera
Normandy Isle,
Slnal Cemetery.
with burial
Chapel.
MRS. DOROTHY MANNING
64. of 1U5 Normandy dr.. died June
1*. She came here six years ago from
New York city, and is survived by
her husband, Kmanuel. eon, Jerome;
and daughter. Mrx Rosalind M. Hall,
services were June II at Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle,
. ISAAC PARTNOY
10. of (SI Kuclid ave died June 8. Ho
came here six years ago fiom Mow
York, and waa a retired tailor sur-
viving are bis wife. Bessie: two
and a daughter Barvtcoa were
10 at Rlveralde Memoilal
Wiishlngton ave., with
Sinai Cemetery.
Ine great-grandc-hlMren. Set
were June 7 at (Jordon 1-un.r.i'
with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemetei
grand. I.ildl
at Go i-'Ti
burial in
ABRAHAM LIP8KY
! IIXIIl I ',,Jlll|H ale whin
m in Ea> i l;,i< k.iiia.i,
II, 'I Jin,i II. is sin v Ived bj a
daughter In New rork, and was miner
>f a plamblng ami heating business.
Kervl ,, New ^..... with
ai.,,, r|.,|
Chi i !

minx
June
Chapel,
burial In Mt.
MRS. JESSIE RUBIN
52. of 22* Jefferson ave., died June
!? *? name here ten years ago- from
Brooklyn, aad la aurvlvad by her hua
band, Samuel; and a daughter. Mra.
Sally Sabol. Carol City. 8ervlcea and
burlai wore In Brooklyn, with Rlvsr-
ofjalde Memorial Chapel in charge of
local arrangements.
1!'.
5crvice Honors
Flora N. Skpp
Honoring tne memsry of the
mother of Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
spiritual leader of Temple Judea
in Coral Gables, the confirmation
Class of 1999 dedicated a new floral
altar at recent hojiday sarvicBS.
At Mrs. Flora Necha fikop's
funeral. 12 rabbis, of the OreaMrr
Miami Rabbinical Assn. ware hon-
flfary pallbearers', and members of
the board of directors f Temple
Judea were active pallbearers.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb invoked
the aMBsorJal praoer.
Special tributes were expressed
by Rabbi Alfred Waxman, presi-
dent of the Assn. of Rabbis; Rabbi
Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sho-
lom; Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of the
Zamora Jewish Center in Coral
Gables; and Rabbi (Irving Lehrnran.
of Temple Emanu-El in Miami
,. MRS. BELLA SHAP6ES
.S. of 120 NE 24lh at., died June
She came to Miami nine yeara ago
from New York, and la survived by
m* .^"'"e. Mra. Sadve Miller,
Mra. Heat rice Sam nelson and Mrs.
fcva Brick; xlx grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Services and bur-
ial were In New York, with local ar-
rangementa by Rlveralde Memorial
Chapel.
IlLTON M. P. FREDERICK
11321 lath xt.. died June ZS. A re-
J New Yorlj Inveator. be name
|S0 years- ago from New York.
Vln,; are; his wife. Mabel, two
Ins. Including Samuel, Miami
f: and a elxtcv Services weie
2.". at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel.
VICTOR GILBERT
1340 NK ISth pi., a ingsdanl
six yeara. die. 1 June 24 He was
rmadst and'lame to Miami from
York. BurvlvInK are hie wile.
daughter. Joann, son, Judd;
uther, Mrs. Clara Rth He also
two staters. Bervlcea and hurial
in Newferti, with loolJrrage-
by Rlveralde Memorial 12a*pol-
SAbJUtL OOUOBTEIN
llred real eetate broaa>r, of lt*.>
Ith St.. died June 4. .lie moved
from it. Ixmts -a. yaer ago, aad
een a winter visitor many yeara
lly. Surviving are his wife.
She was a ana an In a la a 35 years
of the Heights Temple Sister
hood, Zionist Oroeniiation of
America, and Pioneer Women in
Cleveland, 0., and for It years
a charter member of Orlando
Hadaseah, Ohev Shalom Sister-
hood, and recently Temple Judea
54etet Rood.
During the first and second
World Wars, both in Cleveland and
Orlando, she was dubbed a "Saint-
ly Mother in Israel" (Isha Z'nuah)
for her many philanthropies and
open house parties for soldiers and
sailors.
Mrs. Skop passed away on Sat-
urday, June 6. and is buried in
the Star of David Cemetery in
Coral Gables. She is survived by
her husband, Abraham, sons, Rabbi
Morris Aaron, David, of Miami,
Arthur Usher, of Tampa, and
daaaghters, Miriam, of Miami, and
Mrs. Albert Ratberg, of Orlando.
She also leaves eight grandchildren.
PHILIP MANN
.4. of 2000 Liberty ave died June IS.
He came here six yeara ago from
I'uckabo. N V and was owner of a
read estate buslneaa Surviving are
his wife, Ida, three son* and a daugh-
ter. Services were In New York, with
local arrangements by Riverside Me-
morial Chapel.
-MILTN SCHIPFMAN
91. of M10 SW Uth st.. died June IS
He came here six years ago from New
York, and waa a retired retail clothing
merchant. Surviving are hla wife,
Kentrice: three brothers, including
I-ouls and Irving;. Miami; and three
slaters. Mra. Ray March. Rose, and
Sophie, -alereiaea w*re June M at
Gordon r'uneral Home, with burial in
t. Nebo Cemetery.
WILLIAM .KANTOR
<1. of J20 HW 2nd ave.. died June IS.
He caame here six yeara ago frorn. New
York, -east waa a retired whole sale
butcher. Surviving are bia wife.
Beatrice; daughter. Mra. Frances
Joantkal; three brothers., a slater, and
two grandchildren. Services were
June 18 at Gordon Funeral Home,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
IRVING LIEBCRMAN
&8. manager of Woody'a 3 and lS-cent
atore In Hlal.ah, died June let -He
came here five yeara ago from Brook-
lyn. NY. and lived at 1101 Madruga.
Coral, Gablex. Surviving, are .hi* wMe,
I.Ill Ian. son, Henry: arid daughter.
Mrs. -Wllma Kati Service* were In
Brooklyn, with local arranajements.by
Riverside Memorial (*ha|>el.
ARTHUR- SAMHELS
4. of 14a Jefferxon ave.. died June 17.
He came here six yeara ago from
New York, and la survived by h,*
wife, Kdlth: son. Iiruoe: and daughter,
Karen were June I* at
Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. "Washing-
ton ave.. with burial In Star of Mail,I
("eniet. 11.
ALBERT 2EROFF
tca/rV-, f. ,urnlJ.ar.' "''"nan of JJ12
SW 23rd ter. died June He came
here ten yea-, ago from New York,
and was a veteran of World War I
member of the American Leerlon and
Elks. Surviving are his wife, Mary
three aona, Selwln, Hecbert and rhr-
Prd; and three alatere. Service* were
J\? k i8,' '*'d"n Funeral Home,
with burial In Star of David Ceme-
-. ?"., J,*ANETTe CLAMIT2
i4 of 263 NB 14th at., died June 7.
She came here 12 years ago from Chi-
cago, h.irvlvlng are a daughter, Mrs.
u.,^'"* """'h. *lter and two grand-
children. Bervlcea were June at Gor-
don runeral Home, with buiial in Mt
>ebo Cemetery.
ABRAHAM FEINBERO
SO, of :.0 ME M4th at., died June 7.
ne from-New York la year* ago.
and Waa a retired fur dresaer. Sur-
viving are hix wife. Sally, two aotta,
Vr. Isidore Ke In berg and Ur Marvin
Fields; a daughter, Mrs. Stella liaitx
two slaters and a brother. He wax a
membei ol Wmkniena Circle J9.
Bervtces and burial were la the Bronx,
N.Y.. with local arrangements by
Rlvoiside Memorial Chapel.
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, ai Riverside Memo ,i c ha pel. Vr.
Klagler at., with burial In Mt.'Neltb
JACOB SCHREIBMAN
71. of 3311 died .Inn.' .". He came to Miami age
years ago from Chicago, and Ix
etved by hi* vr\ff. Molly; a xlxter, Mra.
/.Ida Bergler daughter, two gran^-
i hlldren and two great-granrichildreTi.
s.i vices were June 4 at Riverside Me-
morial Chaii.-I. W. Futgler xt., with
burial In laikexlde Memorial Park.
MRS. ESTHER B. ABRAMS
of 3M1 SW 2.,th xt., died June I In
New York City. She had beer, a
Miami rexident for five year*. PorntaaT
from New York. Surviving are her
husband. Samuel, mother, Mrs. Fan-
nie Coalman, aon, Robert; daughter.
Mra Ruth Rothxteln: and slater. She
waa affiliate,I with the Jewlxh Home
for the Aged. Hadaaaah and B'nai
IS'rith. Services were June 2 In New
V.a-k Ckv.
MRS. ANNA SIEOEL
73. of 22A Jefferson ave.. died June C.
Jsse came here from Brooklyn. N.Y..
14 years ago. Surviving are her htu-
band, u.ul*; a aon. Benjamin; and
da neater. )tr*. Qertrede Fuchtman.
Services were, June 8 at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Washington ave.. with
B*IHal in Mt. Slnal Cemetery. ^^
JfOUia WILCK
SS., of ...I fW JSth ave.. died June 7.
,Ma came here 13 year* ago from Ixaag
Island, N.T.. aad waa a retired real
estate brolaar Surviving are hla W4)fe,
Maautah; a eon. Ernest: and daughter.
Mrs.-ab>-eVhwarta. 'Haelno leaves
two brotoers. IncggShag Meernaii K-.
Miami. tfaVvk-es ,wre in Nw YofS,
with local arrasajeanesnx by lOorassB
Funeral Home.
JOSEPH COHEN
*.".. of 7420 Carlyle ave.. died Mai ..1.
Sin living are his wife. Anna: Mn
sons. Harold and Irving; and a daugh-
ter. Mr*, l.llllaii Berman. S. rvice*
were In Chicago, with local arrange-
ment* by Riven-Id.- Memorial ChapeL
MRS. ROBE SONSKV
,1. of L'Wii s\V :'",th ter.. died June 1.
She came here five years ago from
Philadelphia Surviving are her hus-
band. bSsata; mother. Mr*. Bather
Fltser; x Kdlth Jerome She also leaves a bro-
ther and two grandchild! en. Services
were In New York, with local ar-
rangement* by '^irdon r'uneral Home.
SAMUEL NEEOLMAN
*3. of 2S3 Meridian ave., died May tZ.
II.- came here 14 years ago from New
York and waa a aalesinan. There a*e>
no local survivors. Serviaten- wer.- in
West wood. K.J.
WILLIAM SCHATZ
58. of 4730 Hine Tree dr.. died June IS.
He was an emplovee of the First Con-
tinental Mortgage Co., and came here
xlx year* ago from Brooklyn Surviv-
ing are his wife. Sylvia, and brother
and sister. Services were In Brooklyn.
Wltb local arrangement* by Rlveralde
Mi mortal Chapel
ALBERT A. VICTORSON
*9, hotel manager, died ,June 14. He
came here C6 years ago from Brook-
lyn, NY and lived at 1030'lS6th st
Hla wife. Ada. survives. Service*
were June 14 at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Washington ave., with burial
In Paradise Memorial Hardens.
34. of 310 Collliaeve.. died Jun.- she
had beenhbere S* year*. Nuri ivlag are
a .niece aui,l .nephew. Marvioex were
Jniie 7 at Riverside "Memorial <
W. Flagler at., with burial In Mt
i smetery.
SAMUEL ROSEN
S3, retired newsjsiner rnuterian of 33
Collins ave. died May 24. Me caaae
Lhere six years ago from Jackaon
Helghta, >.Y. -4brrvivlng are hla wife,
niorla: son. Nathan: and .daughter.
Mrs. Ruth Brodsky. He also bavee a
stater. Services were May 2S at River-
side Memorial Chapel. Waxhlnraan
are., with burial In Mt. Sbsal Ceme-
tery. ___________ ^
MRS. OILOA BURLIN i
Si. of S41 SW 43th St., d|ed May
hike came here seven yeara ago fr
Clnoaanatl and waa a meaxber of
SeutkWest Jewish Center Blsterha
Surviving are her husband. Ma
aon. Norman, daughter. Karen: saga
three sisters. Including 'Mrx. Dorl*
Heleon. Miami. Services wre May S
.it Cordon Funeral Home, with burial
in Mt. N.bo Ometerv
Nebo
3. He
New
L FRIEOLANOER
63. of ^1 NW 2th at., died Jun
cam,' here 17 year* ago from
York and wax a waiter. There are no
local survivors. Arrangement* were
In charge of Rlveralde Memorial
Chapel. W. Flagler at., with burial in
Mt. Nebo i'emet<
NATHAN BOVERNICK
70. of 732 Kuclid ave.. died June 3.
He came to Miami 13 yaara ago front
Boston. He wax a membei of th,
Jewlxh Home for the Aged, Retarded I
Children's Home, Youth Alliance and
li'nal B'rlth. He lx aurvlvad t,> his
wife, Harriet, son, Henri, on. I.....
ther and two sisterx Sen Ices were
at Riverside Memorial Chapel
LOUIS 0INSBERG
7*. of Mix ME liayxhore pi., died Me>,
SI. He ame here 12 year* ago frofif
Brooklyn, and wa"* a retired insurance.
agent. Sisrvlvlng are two aona, Tcdqe
and Melvln King. Service* were May
2< at Mtr-Nebu Cemetery, with loeaJ
anangemaait* by Rlverxnl. vie mortal
Chapel. W. Flagler at.
MRS. ESTELLE WASSERMAN
. of 4S* Indian Creek dr died May
2a. She had lieen a w Int. r vlxltcCr
here from Loasj Island, N V for 1*1
year*. Surviving are her hiwhaav}.
Charles: two son*. Melvln and Walter.
ice* end'burial were In New York,
with local arrangements by River*!**
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74, of 1320 SW S.'.th ave died June 21.
She came to Miami four years ago
from New York, and waa a retired
eacrelary. She 'a survived by her
daughter, Mra. Francea M. Horedster.
Ihree si*tore and two brother-. Berv-
lcea and burial were In New -York,
with local srrancmnts |iy HeUanan
Funeral Chapel*
DAVID L. LORBER
80. retired shtpplag clerk, of 1047 Ku-
clid ave died June 12 He came here
IX yeara ago from Cleveland. Sur-
viving n Hi w if.-, Kanale. feur aaws.
In. lu.llng Rmanuel No. Miami Beaoh:
and a dniarbter Services and barlal
were In Cleveland, with local arrange-
bv HK'eraide Memorial Chapel.
JACOB BALK
41. of 420 Michigan ave died June :
A security officer at the Hank of Mi-
ami Beach, he was knewn as the
"*mlle-a-mlnute cop." He retired
after 14 years on the Philadelphia
I'ollce Force before Homing here In
Kl. For thre years, he directed
heavy traffic at Bird aad 1-eJeune rd".
In Coral Cables. He aad hi* wife.
Mildred, had visited Miami since IS33
before coming here to IKe In It&l. He
was a Mason, member of American
Legion. Marine veteran of World War
1 and a Navy veteran of YWortd War
II. In addition to hla wife, he leaves
a aon. Bruce, snd a slater. Military
funeral was held In Baltimore, with
local arrangements by Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Washington ave.
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*• Jewish HcrkHan Arms Deal Survives Icy Blast I from Paee 1-A arms deal and the thai Wd to the curat between him'MlMt partners of the meat. nwV no offer parties to pe/ticitaker government, i-ke regarded it as his UM situation to the [opposition." The only [the opposition not inmeeting, were those jght wing Herat Party iiuniste. Doyen, former of the Israel De•Uwnchly suoportrien eet the armslaoue, in a hro u t c ast over Kel Israel, Gen. Day an dewith Dr. Yahaav m ember ef PertiaHervt insisting that the bf ef the issue was of tance, declared that [deal "desecrates the fcDOO.OOO Jews" for the feral million dollars." held that the Jews at the hands of GerflfclriBg World War II the arms deal, perished. Gen, Dayan the present geqerlet such thing* be ording to him, suck would mean that f strengthen itself, "and \ the present arms deal [greatly." The former declared he saw no grenade launchGermany, "Just as ren cooperating with the armament field." ected that the Mapara Avedah deputies in Parliament will vote agalast the non-confidence, motion submitted by the Communists, bag wsM insist on th* csmspasWmn of the arms deal wtieaT-tthlSmrn brought before the Parkejaeotary Committee on Security and Foreign Affairs. Meanwhile, Premier David Mn-Gnrtee fence the of has CabW the and Achdut Avsdah if will no* hro him uanualiludod wMi Woet •em any, which larani seM to the West Gorman Government abowt *3,MUh worth ef gronado launchers. Prior to a sis-hour meeting el tbg Cabinet, which was to continue hero later, the PgasjMW in* vited the representatives of the opposition fautsea which ate net in the cenhaoe government to • meeting. This was considered u open notice to the leftist members of his Cabinet that —lees they agree to accent coHecttve responsibility ef the government in fatfUbng the arms contract with West Germany, be would turn to the opposition parties for the formation of a caretaker government. The o p p o nf lh mparties^-whom Premier Ben-Gurion invited for talks included the General Zionist, Rational Religious, composed of Miirachi and Mmracbi-laborites, Agudat Israel, and Agudah Laborites. The right-wing Herat Party, in the meantime, announced that it would introduce a motion demanding the cancellation of the arms deal, while the Communist Party registered a motion of nonconfidence. Poem 7-A if not on the arms deal issue from it* Cabinet member, Israel Bar Yehuda, following Mr. Ben-Gurion's statement that the whole Cabinet was aware of the deal since last December. After the meeting was over, a spokesman for Achdut Aveelections .n November. At the d h Mid |~.. Fo]k)wi „, H^Bar Y e"*L Ttfti-^ffiyy Hkm1ntnroe^.-if-nepeam theMwe ported taking me attitude of supmicr Ben-Gurion's statement is inei van a froe hand by the party. The General Zionists indicated that they will not participate in a caretaktaV government, which would take over until the national porting the arms deal. "If we can sell vitamins — oranges — to West Germany, why not also arms?" was the stand they took. However, compatible with the facts." The spokesman claimed that there was no discussion in the Following the adjournment the Cabinet m eet inn, Mr Gwrfon invited the loaders ef own Mapei Party for a once to acquaint them with developments. Sunday, be pertedry told them at a once in Te4 Aviv that be de m and a free hand en sue, and that he would brook (wirTtaVeHi policy 9f\ •nytntofji nected with the defense ef country. Ho also reportedly the loaders ef his party that of n> his they made it clear that they do' c MB t over ** *** _?* w not want to come before the elac%  l "2* y ^"f" adopted He torate in the national elections as %  ** that Prty supported the a junior partner in a temporary atu,ude "" "? Cabinet members coalition opposing the deal, and demanding In an exclusive interview pub" 8 "nceUation, as well as to relisbed in Davar. organ of the His( ra,D ,! n tbe "•*•*>* s*U"* y tadrut. Premier Ben-Gurion said | U raeU !" sjoGermany. "all Cabinet members were aware, of the arms deal with West Ger-, Symgfmjmt fP mt fftSfdfW many which waa approved unanitha b> raously." He added that the deal was net made public by Israel because "we were requested by the Germans to keep it secret." The THE HAGUE—(JTA)—The 250year-eld Ashkenazi synagogue in the former Amsterdam Ghetto, desecrated during World War II. Premier also said in his interview < w '" restored with fin a nci a l aid that early this month, he reported! **•" *** DuU Go** !" ****ke L j 7 77^ l Government will pay 90 percent of on the deal to the Paxlumentary a* c^ restoration. The City Security and Pereign Affairs Comef Amsterdam previously had pur mittee. chased the building to make it a The political committee of Achmuseum and exhibition hall of dut Avodah met to hear a report' architecture. INSTANCE IVING ES CMEIRFUU.Y riTHOUT CHAM* lILB.V\A LW. 24lfc A c it mooted SHINGTON EOERAL ami Beach You Know Their Voices on WIG K.R Can You Identify Their Faces! News Veteran Wake-up Man Girl Friday Young (Md-Timer ftetwj M taW* pad its aews frwa tab lb ." ffferrr Hi-fi for seestflstf/ Miami fee amt Km aM wi aw meant Jim mm mempm m am* Pea*. Sao for •ap m am* a. U*. !" P /*?*/ oad the mrt mwam Time £" ~% "25 faros. fOm frmiklm) ft*d raostw. •M cofaonty. Game ef t*e *• sod Ts nm ttfSIIN OVMaVUM. 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Federation BTtai wa* the Qtmm T.'-M wa.' ** r-deratior. marted us %  afe ^H| nnJ iUn *"Tl Eak naa I pr^TMB tan* the 1IW* %  Oeat a some significant amatol Ml • %  %  • %  !" San Blank organa ;i.fd** unity Jennet Fene=a- %  : 0 up, M; r pnwr n M-imar %  r. • JfWHtl jgjs—Firs Feoeratan % %  H Q* Hirsen % %  chairman SC.M5 raand Goa J IP, C Myers. first peiinhal Jewish Welfare Seoery now :n' lanM Family and Cniidrer i *1 e anif DPs. JM4—Jewish Home far the Age charterer ]V>j—Bureau of Jewish Educatioe loundec a; result of Federa•.ioi study 3M-IMS—War years Ui-O. JWB Seme* programs Saras de Himeh Fund established Ji—Miam. Beach TOBA prv grin established JM:—Jewish Home for the Aged oaeiit ooors Federation conducts population survey 3b.tW Jewish residents m Dade county Ground Crv HM caatraead %  J^* 1 0 %  "* W far ae Aged % %  tomes wth Ceany TMnU nror m m m %  cnm i JA s;t aal j-— !„ >nah *""" V H&-ML SW MC ~^ a ^nsaaead ** %  Jewa Family Sernee en ^TTusnLntd asser Jenaa IMI^MI --•' %  --—" CJA limit" irst nehat asj-Jansh Edacsexm Stndy .;:> caaanuga G naw Yscg Eiarauves Inetitate Cen-.er aiaii i w ana g suaJai CJA r e f • ad i a g eawuK •• a It a % %  ( kw cwnanrted FederaBeart Banto halt %  xm u ha the lead a orgas iMa—lErad'f naeneanenee dV East criui Federa Finn i sans man BJEUK tan a ass-Mr Shw fl—iiTd tamer Jena* Coaadlees %  sato eesner span a DerK-Highest CJA total: $1 Tts.caahcr nn Jewish Vn an Fedtratoo receives canarf Sana* aaahaaal a natal L'Jl award a rec itsa-Jenah Hoate far tan is resur. of Federatan stawy afatan of one of the most lMf SiNraTt-n YWUA BPnjna, taaonaag eamaaipn a the opens eonatry Federataa u Mayor D. Lnn Poneafl of ttona. Bnoca. mcmuly nac^ J new tarm on thn city council oppaas ham with Mm CtaJ -remdnoi of ML Sinai llu o p a oi oi O il rln Mtem. h*H aa *• naa ML Sinoi raady to ha a f l ni a d and lor m opaainq in "' Background of Ben-Gurion's Coalition Crisis cd an Federations Ceaanaitr Conuaittee JERL'SALEM— JTA—One of the tonemea issnes a brae! hfr— :' %  '. questiu! '.< with German)—flared anew last weea; whes r • jncotifrn-ec report was reprinted froa a nest Germac isra^anii I Bat had been made of C.utiO.uWI pounds a Israeiaade aras u> West Germax Army. The right wing Hera Pat* praanUy neat!; i Qetiate %  Parliament oc the reported deal me Minister David BenOmrana nnjaeha to appear this adium u, ty^*A,u M I before PurLimenfs Security Move ^.-.^-—. a mm u ^ Foreign Affairs Cat satire, m Pirinaml vt*re he would paaaBahaj anouestKmt aboa the reported Tha anssjanj ansa awl tat aa The commitac's dehbernhssm nuCuuitt hwra >ar ha h L-.r.. are always hea hehad km dasad. It ha arw. r* •-c doors and it was seen as froaa MM OT sh* kteha urtm Sanaa that Mr Bea^Garaa woaid a na aanssai %  ansnaM A Me to impose secrecy an that njnhanaa *ar Aaaa Avsdnk. -nnouncement tha the Premier Mhriei. aswrtad tha if *• id appear beiore the enaant"•" • *•. his party w^i ^w • kpparen'h foreclosed aa ex e-j move by Parliaaent's pre e*e ri riu in Parties, a Is* PMrt of Ike CMMbon, eipressed *ea*r of fti* a General Actordjcg to the report, the Vest Geraan Defense Ministry signed aa agreement suih aa Israel factoxj a Haifa, thronrh the aeenatian of a Laxemboerg comsnny a apply the Wea Geraan Amy with BUN grenade threw ,. These are special dances to *On<* tn a rcfaUr rifle They (traafana the mas into anti-tank %  *apaa. h had been known that ceruai types of Israel aude arms "* aaaahas. Ian the Usn aa ** Caa ad ezploares. are sad to Earonean enantras. The peabeal npmar nan husnehed by Herat and Achdat Arodah AH parties held arnent cansnka •> %  •Hnra launeduLay tea. craphed Knesset Speaker Nacana Jor with iudeaaed for a Knesset dcain b ** randuul aoai i^Hama w<^ pUeerS _T~~" %  •tan before the ft**B lb* Herut paper 4aa A** Aeedhh-s lanspapeV-U•mknihu week Issaad the lated puaae opinan.Lamercaav glared tha, „ iU wom ^ asm erer aappl* u*, u ^ G r *y arajr.thrac pana shettemd iirtansf. and a research laborntnry staffed by the Uannrsaty a* Miami Medical School Women's Dttraaa of Fndnratson joins forces with Canj ferencc of Jewish Woonen tot (am the new Federataa af; Jewish Wi A DAY •OAT POPEYEK nvt~1MMCifal CAPT. S. lAhwtT! VI 7 3525 BandB AIR CONDITIONING IBaanon 1 0S4S THE McCUNE fOMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS 151 N E Tl • as A CHECK IS AU YOU PAY "•a" an other chorons atoj yo ko* o spdai -^--Rm A^rie^ lo-.^L^^ ^'. 0 ^ SKnT-^^^s; h^naad aaaraa fr„. oa,^, -. WASHINGTON FEDERAL ^ Beacrto M.W. rto *— ** '"• Ca Lula Jones raAfl Ul l f >q*>y DM)— Wapir Si-vto "••"Ml AlfntoJ'f fffllf Mil MAIM M



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££ ij^iiiVtt H ':**%• %  % %  • -"•••" %  % %  jk^/**/fcr***L Poo* 4-A OfTlCE and PLANT-120 N^SUjjSWt Telephone FH 4-1141-FR212 ""eletype Communicationi Miami TWA MM396X Jewish Floridiwi .. — 1M MtejEH^fSCm FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecu tive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 10 A. D. Gordon Street, Tel Aviv, Israel BAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Israel Must Face Reality. The current baitle in Israel over the sale of arms to Germany would be a tempest in a teapot were the issues not so central to the emotions of Jews there and throughout the woi-d. We believe Mr. Ben-Gurion has proven the tightness of at leasi one of his two fundamental portions in this question: His publication Tuesday of the Cabinet minutes emphasize that he did not act unilaterally and that he was not trying ;o be secretive about the arms sales. With respect to the validity of his decision, the Prime Minister will unfortunately have a more difficult battle. While it is no longer a political crisis—Mr. Ben-Gurion by the beginning of the week demonstrated he would be able to ride out the storm of parliamentary protest about him—moral aspects of the question moy plague him for some time to come. We are certain Mr. Ben-Gurion is well aware of the nature of the crimes perpetrated by Hitler Germany against the Jews. His own words to the contrary, he also knows that the S866 million in reparation payments Bonn is making to Israel today will never serve to ercse from the pages of history the enormity of these crimes. These considerations, however, bear little relationship to Israel's contemporary dilemma —her desperate need for export and foreign trode. Whether we come to recognize it or not, Germany has significantly contributed to a solution to this dilemma. Reparations are only one phase of the contribution—a phase destined to disappear by 1965, when the payments will be completed. The arms negotiations are another exampie. Small though this arrangement may be it helps make Israel viable. It also strengthens general economic ties with Europe's chief NATO country on the continent a goal difficult to acmeve under American foreign policy of receni years. Finally, it continues to prove Germany's wJi.ngness to deal with Israel in the face of Aiao threats of boycott. How unrealistic car. Mr. Ben-Gurion's ODponents be, that they refuse to consider Israel s h.ghest interests in the name of agonizinq mem0*. Jews everywhere share, but which cer 23L££JEfi he i n ,he realmes of Achievement of Maturity !" £n W"' The Iev :3h Floridian !" s been and objective repo^g oi EJSXTS? -tonal and international ^ c ^ ^ executive editor Ler, M?!3i Shoche and professional journalism'fraterni'v "*"""* Chi et;r n a ^ a, t D ?i ,he f'^ Dei, recognition of The JeWlSSlm? g6neral mature and mature ser^e to ^1* ?? Wing general communities. ,ewish ar d In its fullest sense, this nlar.. even greater de.erminaUo? lo IT* US n kd of journalistic trea^l !" ^ This occasion boomerang^rlS?,? b ^ M ve development all 0 f iT^ h pro 9 res ^ing and achieving!Xtv:^ ... .i, i • IHorMk. wnwrw*" ^ y|%My ^ %  U||CIPT On. Vllf SS.0S ION TIK t y,r. t'B00_ Volume 33 Fnday. My 3. 1958 27 Sivan 5719 Number 27 BELL AND BOOK Personal Reply Necessary Telephoned expressions of dismay and disbelief flooded the offices of The Jewish Floridian this past week concerning the alleged statement of a locally prominent businessman attributed to him by a Miami Beach Sun umnist. umnist. In essence, hotel owner Morris Lansburgh was quoted as calling for the establishment of a project geared toward the general revival oi restricted hotels here. The statement also imestricted hotels here. The statement also impned that there are too many Jews on Miami Beach for its economic good. Our news staff promptly discussed the question with the area's civic defense agencies. who were by then already busily reacting to the alleged statement themselves. Jewish rlondian %  *> %  >< % % %  -<•or.aian staffers also contacted Mr LansSl oJ epreSentC VeS at,er lea ""9 'hat the hotel owner was 0UJ Qj (he J e able for comment. unava.iava ^Ll'T S!l The ,6Wish Fl0 "dian had along with our general story cove^ne' cern 1 ;^' 1108 ^!.^ Can understand the conbyou a ;'eaTs a rdt;. me \ eXP '^ ed, non-Jewish Weaatfj,'^ 3 ^ 0 ^ ,ew *h and mtnt issued by aTa^h J^ ,he 8,aIe representative> doest ? h pubUc rela,lon or valid expbnXTo "he D C C OnS S U,e a ^ and latter-day sVg^tl h S ^'"A by Mr. Lansburgh h'S? 7 n r "P^io,. 'he community w 11 !" ? I UnUl ? u clai *l. Surely. Mr. Lansb^S !" ^ ** ma "yWe offer him the new* S, rema,n %  ""• "ondian and as Z2 ^ r T ? The '*"" — __^^^-—~* TO community. ** it before wu ., because we'cons!de r'LT? '" *• 'utur. J^hy instrucuo^^J^n. a source J eveniaj st^i hotel Jsffe ws. fcere • """ %  %  'Mwi's i, alw at the Americana. WW CJrWF IdeaU. be unified community unenewbseed ky sesjmeaUtKwt-osc ti %  ive individual priority to • %  pet pretorts si hoipii t L^rJj or community cesiters. In his eyee. Ike total W ,,' yi ,nd other services is sauca to be fsrese ne d. TV COSM*^ Kederstiooi snd Welfsre FtesW. he said, hes rowTfcsel!.^ mcreawnjily prevsleot belief to a "totality of taterwu'-^'J mum commoo good. \ owing st the otoset Chat he would ecs program* Starting with a discnasion of thproni7i selves. Jaffe offered s telescopic view of principal tervkWii homes for the aged, community centers and famih ajencm 4 POITIAIT or commmmr tamos O f AGED HOMBS, Jaffe reflected what seems to be a auJ ful achievement aatong Jews everywhere Thetc MM I are no longer miserable terminals for encroaching %  Heath They are. instead, places where the elderlx comeusj live—to experience gainful employment, and to crcatf WIIBBT of individual physical limitations. of community centers, the new Southern Section preudHi a glowing evolution from the settlement house concept for i at the end of the nineteenth century to organization* is*. nt ithtx.rhood activity. In these centers, he declared the % %  religious faith are frequently crossed, suggesting a kind of I hood emerging out of snared leisure-time programs Maker %  erence to the word, "suburbia." with its Incressingly presaks] notation of opprobrium. Jaffe as an alternative discussed tsti areas'' to which young Jewish couples are more and marts, move, and the role community centers play in fulfilling tans ( % f family service agencies, he drew a portrait in which tanl delineated no longer as instrumentalities of cbant> but of os for the alleviation of marital discord, child maladjustment asdi home tensions. In all these areas of development. Jaffe said, the rousede*l Federations and Welfare Funds baa made msjor roathbam.1 bracing an evolving philosop hy with raapicl to the types of i rendered and their performing organizations. Jumping few categories to community health, be made the most internali ihorean turn of all—in which community hearth meant a hrssti to stay out of the integration battle. AVOIDINC mi •uumutr M MI costs CE w CAN PROP!PLY deny Jaffe's equation of Jewish physcsj being with civil rights snxietias—except to say that mi more likely expect hospitals to eater into this category of pa Federation services. But for Jaffe. st proved s jumping at | amue the common Southern view of national com musty ru agencies and their presumably Nortb-erieoted pronouncewem A healthy society." the CJPWT Section president dedarsf, knows that minority groups always face the backwash of sri location Setting up this precept as a warning to those km\ hastily jumped into the segregation battle. Jaffe balanced ssi chastisement with the palliative that "we must fight few h-er> where Democracy is indivisible and for sll citirens. Tnj be democratic with respect to some and totalitarian witfc othc | Hromptly returning to his warning, be dulled its sharp -, lions b> remarking that "eoclal dislocation means possski and necesaitstea positive action in behalf of our rfreedom Thus solidly enaconced on the seesaw of safe sad I immobility m the wake of his simultaneous gambits toward iu community relations approach to integration and doing nothw, ultimately came to rest: -We are faced." he obsoned, "ami 1 uining a h. c h moral position as Jews of the South. Hut in w of the.country it takes great courage to stand up" i bus Jaffe informed the notional community relations 'hat • d„ not live behind aa iron cartam and that oar | ''"' approach Only one mere step was nccessarjl move him from the generalities he vowed st the outs.: to am* '" declared, "does not always belong to tlwm.litast 1> outspoken." Psr-ading for "different ways aad -, character to deal with integration. Jafle in effeaj •• that Southern Jewry does not nave the courage to stasdH -'•"'Id at ail costs avoid the "backwash" ""'mi omroacN ro rgajp itiiajsg W HAT !" E NEW President thus created was s Southen famiiT y r, l 1, "' w 'h homes for the aged, community cssnnl 1 >"i service agencies silent in the face of a battle for justice K on.T^ C m fortaWe ,h •• "• tor the aged eases* muniu 7* W s llh mpect ,0 traditional Jewish parental t*i E. m!k b> V,r,Ue ^ ""^ "o-tiytog" character, an-aj4 f ra n ik, mor 'riendly and approachable in the eyesdl o r matur hb "w F m ">' ""* -K^ foT ,h r PUl nZ^^ !" View tw-tt^tTy man. hat u-h drr dful i tereotypes. heaped upon a plea foral r !" '"' ,n ""sUy but to ignore action as one of 9** n J?w,:i m0T lily -PP"Uy cnJStutoTjaffe's of*J added'"* ^ h comm I u ''ys 'totality of toterests" in 19M of Israel ,ouch our tioua "cJurily" impuhe* %  rr.nc?rn K!"" "^ So 1 **'* Section president failed in hi* I.. Tll!"^" *'U a Jewtsl, tisu Far aawhere dnlhri --.'on twr -rSSEZSSZ;H u'" !" ,0 wh A^U our constraction of aged homes asd, iS^, future MSSS^^L neither^ *% ^J^itt^J*-* by the ^ *"d abroad h, ,? P !" *** campaign, in behalf of nee* *T bsl.ty .Van 1 ^ 1 v^ ed 1 U U,Md *• eucton of commusirjjjl ,ac, **vtow-"^ ?£****• •** •**•• t n > u ^ *••. JaWe iaT?i!! t J' d,t%OOMl J*^* concepts of phil" ,e *• %  to be heartily appUudod.



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3. 1951 Page 3 B uowrs, Ji Miami Jewish FedI held iti 21st annual i I the Grand Ballroom aaamricana hotel Saturday. | ipeople attended, and W. Heiman elected to cy. His wife watched ired in a black silk tail dress with em Kite collar and cuffs, bodice featured a leckline, and her skirt many hostesses was Farr in tones and •qua print on white lice was fitted with line in front, dropthe back. The front skirt was straight tats beginning over continuing all the returned from airs. William Weinstunning in a rganza sheath with pink and white around thePtnk silk -or• from, the in back slightly below the hemline. Mrs. Julian Kurlander selected a mocha brown chantilly lace sheath with the bodice reembroid ered in matching colored sequins and bugle beads. Her cashmere sweater had an ermine collar. THMi were many prints and %  vivid colors worn, but Mrs. Harry Gordon decided on the classic good taste of black. Her dress was in sheer cotton with inserts of black Irish lace. A flat black velvet bow defined the waistline in the back. Her neckline was square, and she also wore black accessories. A touch of glamor was added with her jeweled shoes. In tones -and shades of brown was Mrs. Charles Jacobson. Sand beige and bronze were combined in her silk organza gown. It featured • fitted bodice and full skirt with an asapbqae of sellfabric flowers on she skirt. The florals were trimmed with pearls. Her pearl necklace and earrings had been sent as a gift from Japan. The new parasol sleeve was effective in the pink and white silk organza worn by Mrs. Henry Kaufman. Her skirt was a double tier of white with all-over pink embroidery. Mrs. Walter Feltman selected a honey beige silk organza with a fitted bodice and full circular skirt Self-colored lace was appliqued around the scooped neckline, and she wore shoes dyed to match her gown. In white tiered lace was Mrs. Arnold Peristein. From neckline to hemline were rows of ruffled val lace set off with a sky blue silk organza cumerbtind and with panniers floating below the hemline in back. kiRS. Stanley C. Myers wore a m beautiful aqua silk chiffon gown. The square-necked bodice was of imported French alencon lace, and the chiffon skirt was intricately draped. Honoring her 30th anniversary — husband Stanley was dinner chairman — she wore a gift of diamond necklace and earrings to complete her ensemble. Mrs. H. Franklin Williams chose a navy and white silk printed jacket dress. Mrs. Irving Cy pen was in white silk organdy with a white embroidered full skirt. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman looked lovely in black silk crepe, with a back panel of black silk chiffon that began at the neckline, flowed to the hemline, and was brought across the front of the skirt in a mass of soft drapes. A touch of color was added with a red rose and red silk searf which she carried. • Cnihe to Tropical Islands % %  --tst' g^atl-'^-S.. —--aah.--k^ I TtStfS It rJSCaNLlMg IWIS the end of the Miami aboard ft*. to Eastern general agents. yet. exaway from the i-heat a cruise 'according to Cast, S.S. Evaageline excellent serventertainment If are a swimming and old,' game lounge, shuffleping-pong, dance ring. visited is diffarant. In Ms own par* Hfe. The first isU is Jamaica, ma niaiila nnianllMl featuring rlv-Saesad sfdt is .Cristobal, Pans as*, wish a fun day's excurtiam to the Panama Canal sssters^shhssaft all sizes and kinds go through the locks from ail parts of the world, and to Panama City, with native girls dancing in costumes hundreds of years old. Next-is Curacao in the Netherlands West Indies, famous for its pontoon bridge and Dutch architecture, good restaurants and shopping in Jewelry, watch and clock departments. Then, on to the Dominican Republic and Haiti, both on the same island, but so different one might be in opposite corners of the KURT WELUSCH CPJL MANUEl ZAIAC CPJL GERALD SIIVERMAN CPJL ANNOUNCE FORMATION OF A PARTNERSHIP >R THE PRACTICE OF ACCOUNTANCY UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF ISCH, ZAIAC and SILYERMAH CERTIFIED PUtlK ACCOUNTANTS With Offices At liwf. MM 32, FUrWo hair l. 1S59 world. The pominican Republic plays host to passengers at the Werht's Fair site. At night there is the Theater of Lights, and the city of TrujsO. is noted for Us %  eaeftahd Jroads, aste I-see. Haiti.* naKktfs cruise away, is a land w/ aaystic charm, featuring mearatahu towering into the sky, flowers everywhere, hotels and beautiful >haane perched on the aBBBaaWnwaaVjaattitatB* ftsssMQaf DawtlVC Fort-ae Prince teems* with mehfles of -every nd Weyetes. There ace weawJerfot bargains wt-antlia j sii ) and teak. The vtow trcjn the tap of the mautweisv wfaero mere ace sfsspe otwJ a re s t au ra nt is one of the meet eacafwip in mo worto. one cao sea far miles down to the pert and 1 out to tea. There are planned tours arranged by the cruise director for nominal fees, or passengers may take off on their own to explore as they please. For those who do not want to try foreign dishes, there is always service aboard ship for all meals. And, don't be afraid to take the children on a cruise. There is no time for boredom. There are too many interesting things going on aship or ashore. For complete information on this cruise or other shorter cruises, contact Eastern Shipping Corporation, Pier S. Miami 6, FU.-S.T. Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn. president Joseph M. Lipton (right) officiated at a special Hawaiian open bouse celebration at Dade Federal's Allapattah Branch office last week, while Miami Mayor Robert King High completed a direct distance dialing call to Honolulu Mayor Neal S. Bknsdell and Hawaiian Territorial Gov. William F. Quinn. The unusual long-distance link ceremony was a culmination of Dade Fed eral's salute to Hawaii America's 50th atate-elect. The Hawaiian territorial flag, flown directly fxom Honolulu ottcials to Dade Federal especially far the occasion, was later presented by Xipton to Mayor High, representing the citizens of Miami. Pan American World Airways flew the flag to Miami Dade Federal, sounded in 1934, is one of America's large st and oldest sa v in g s and loan' institutions, -with resources in excess of $134 million. JUtT S AT fc PJft. LEROY ANDERSON 01GA PAVIOVA, Soprano PAW MARINO, BorHone neeanvco TABLE CHAIRS teso. t*.o: MEZZ. t2oo; UNR. BALCONY 11.00. UM SYM OFF., MO 1-4SSB; M.S. AUD., JS 1-0477; Cerdalia'a, Fa 1-512S; AmMon'a. Hi 6-2D70. Carpet iaytno. SSBBL [RUGS CLEANED. 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Jnd, t KJmofS Yolof, Schwartz Live in New York On Saturday. June 28 InaLee Schwartz, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, of 4266 Chase ave.. was married in the Gold and White Suite of the Plaza hotel m New York to Herbert G Yaloi. >on of Mr. Albert salof and Mrs. Frank Berle. Dr Nathan Penlman. of Tem rle Emanu-El of New York, performed the 1230 p.m. ceremony. The bride's gown was of imported chantillv lace with a scalloped sabnna neckline and full ballerinaJength skirt with side panel.of pure silk organza. Her ballerinalength veil was eight tiers of French illusion attached to a crown of pearls. Miss Schwartz was attended by Mrs. Michael Boro. formerly of Miami Beach, as matron of honor, and the groom's brother. Harvey Yelof. was his best man The bride's paternal grandmother s wedding band was used in the ceremony. Mr. Yalof was a member of TM Epsilon Phi at the University of Florida, where he received his degree in industrial engineering. Miss Schwartz was a member of Sigma Delta Tau at the University of Texas, also attending the I'm versity of Florida. European Jaunt For RosmoM A candlelieht ceremony Sands June 2*. et the Deauvifle hotel Dr of A -kahn MIS. MAUOUt MM Miss Sokolsky Weds Physician M*S. MfffMffT YALOf After a wedding trip to San Juan. Puerto Rico, the couple will reside in New York at the Olcott hotel. Dr* Kimball, Bride Back in Miami Miss Liurel Edelson and Dr. Sanford Q Kimball exchanged wedding vows June 7 at the Penn Sli-raton hotel in Pittsburgh. Pa. Mrs. lekhtik is Hostess Mrs. Herbert Lelchuk was last week hostess at her home to members of the ways and means planning committee of Beth Emeth Sisterhood. New ideas were scheduled for the coming year. Hin Sandra SokoUky and Dr Malcolm Howard Weiss were mar ried Saturday evening. June 27. in the Seville hotel. Rabbi Leon Kro nish officiated at the 730 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky. 4301 Adams ave. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Jack Weiss, 715 Lakeview dr. Color scheme was lavendar. pink and white, with the candlelight ceremony followed by a formal re ceptioa. Miss Annette Yoss. cousin of the groom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ruth Gratz. Harriet Cohen, Barbara Feuer and Nancy Dezen. Miss Susan Kaye. of Los The bride is a former feature Angeles, cousin of the bride, was ballerina soloist with the Rockjunior bridesmaid. Lois Beckman ettes of Radio City, New York. wis flo *' er irl The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Albert Edelson, of Pittsburgh. The grooms parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball, 157 SE 12th st., Miami. The bride's attendants were her sisters. Myrna and Gil Edelson, and best man for his nephew was Harold Garson, of Akron, 0. Mm Beverly Ann I bert J Rosman The performed by Rabbi Morris A. *op. The bride is the daughter O* Mr. nd Mrs Sidney A. Falk. of 51M SW 5th ter. Miami. She attended thr I niveriity of Miami ind ni a member of Delta Phi Eps.loo sorority The groom's parents are Mr. and MrMax Rosman. of 1238 Bisrayne dr. Surfside He graduated from New York University. Columbia University, and received his medical degree with honors from Kirkswlle Medical College. He belongs to Phi Sigma Gamma and Alpha Phi Omega fraternities. as well as Psi Sigma Alpha, national scholastic honor society. He is a member of the Mahi Shrine Temple and the Junior Chamber of 1 Commerce. The bride's wedding gown was made of hand embroidered organdy with a scoop neckline and had tiers of ruffles cascading down the sides into a cathedral train. Her sister. Miss Myrna Lee Falk, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs Sanford Ryweil and Mrs. I.owell Rosman. the groom's sister and sister in law. Miss Susan Debra Falk. the bride's youngest sister, was junior bridesmaid, and her brother, Jack David Falk. was ringbearer. Flower sirl was Jill Robin Landers, cousin of the bride. Also Included in the wedding party were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Plavnick. the bride's grandparents. Dr Lowell D Rosman served at best man for his brother. Ushers were Jerry Konhauser. Sanford Ryweil. Marvin Rosman and William DeBruin. The newly-weds wilt spend their honeymoon traveling throughout Europe. They expect to return at the end of August and will reside on Miami Beach. They're VPs North and A. B. Wiener and AraoUjJ partners in the acctwathif Wiener and Stern, have ejected executive vice are congregations at opfo ^ tl Dane county Wiener is a member sjsj of governors and budget %  tee of the Greater Musi] Federation, is serving year aa chairman of the j tanta Division of the i Jewish Appeal, and is a | ident of the Dade CM Assn. He is the newly-* president of Temple South Dade. Beti! Dade Heights Splash Party Dade Heights Jewish Community Center Sisterhood will hold a July 4 weekend splash party at the Singapore hotel Monday evening. Her husband, who has completed his internship at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital, will be a resident physician at Veterans Administration Hospital in Coral Gables beginning this week. CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "4 friendly


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hyM lotien, daughter of Mr. |ol I. Cohen, 2X9 Candla, p, bec ame t he bride of rence LerfHmafT ido "0t Mr> Meyer Leahman, [Mich., in 1 p.m. cerelay, June 2S. Rtakov Rosenberg officiIt Seville hotel. ft waa attired in a gown Idrred Swiss organdy, bodice was designed re neck, and the tiny topped with bridal gown featured a full irt. tof honor was Mrs. BetItraub. Henry Leshman man. Ushers included shman, Howard Leshrd Wcintraub and Mark graduated from Miami rh School and attended rsity of Florida. Her a graduate of Wayne at Detroit, Mich., and iical school there. [followed the ceremony mile. After a Nassau the couple will go to Rive. V>rnrr-Khn ids Soy Vows Here [Postelnek became Mrs. •Diamond in 12:30 p.m. Sunday, June 28. at the sau hotel. Rabbi Leon ficiated. is the daughter of Mr. •lip Postelnek. 800 92nd >m's parents are Mr. lohn Diamond, 8934 Car\ honor for her sister waa elnek. Arthur Gordon [best man for his brothMrs. Diamond attendee University, and is ing in education at the of Miami. ad is i graduate of rersity and Boston Unischool. He served at a the U.S. Army, and is (practicing law lief*, a Caribbean honeycouple will be at home Bay Harbor dr. MtS. AMOU) USMMM Nassau Holiday For Tavlins Sandra Marlcne Plah became Mrs. Martin Robert Tavlin in Sunday. June 28, rites at the Coronet hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harry Fish, Pensocola, Fla. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tavlin, 320 86th st., Miami Beach. The bride chose a white Import; ed chantilly lace floor-length gown featuring silk taffeta, sequins and lace chapel train. Maid of honor was Miss Maxine Brandeis. Junior bridesmaid was Monte Sher. Cynthia Safer was flower girl. Edward Englander was beat ; man. Ushers included Marvin Fish and Richard Weiss. The bride attended the University of Florida and University of Miami, where she majors in elementary education. Her husband received his Bachelor's degree in business administration at Syracuse University, and is currently employed with the Ohio State Life Insurance Co. Dinner followed the ceremony at the Coronet. After a Nassau honeymoon, the bride will be at borne at 1030 SW 1st ave, Miami. /Works July 4 Playhouse on Bird rd rs, will be closed over weekend. Ruth Foretor, said that "Bad showing there to caences, will reopen Tues[play continues through 12. Worner-Kuhr. **s. 1. tCOHAMD M4M0NB rAtf'WAi^'W'W'W'W'W'W'W'W'W'U FASHION SHOWING Wcrner-Kahn MAftTM TAVIIM Ardmore MIS. MM KHtmCOiD Pole de Soie for Mrs. Rheingold In a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 29, at the Thunderbird motel. Miss Ann Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, 1500 NE 160th st., became the bride of Paul Rheingold. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony. Decor of the wedding was carried out in pink and white. Mr. Rheingold is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rheingold, of New York City. Best man waa Nat Lewis. Maid of honor was Sandra Schwartz, sister of the bride. Ushers were Alan Lipp and Joel Winter. Bridesmaids were Jean Katz and Sally Rousse. The bride selected a traditional ballerina-length wedding gown featuring imported Brussels lace, scooped neckline, short sleeves and bell-shaped skirt. The fitted bodice was reembroidered with seed pearls. The bouffant skirt of peau de soie had an apron effect of Brussels lace forming a panel down the front and back. The bride carried white orchids on a Bible. Her shoulder-length French illusion veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls. A reception and formal seated dinner followed at the Thunderbird motel. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Jamaica. Upon their return, they will make their home in New York City. Accounting Firm Announced Here New accounting firm of Wettisch. | man is also a director of the Young Zaiac and Sllverman at Suite 1408. Democrats of Dade County Congress bldg., Miami, is announ-! — ced here. A native of Vienna, Wellisch has resided in Dade county for the past 20 years, is a graduate of the University of Vienna and University of Miami, and belongs to the Florida and American Institutes of Certified Public Accountants. Zaiac is a native of Havana. Cuba, and has lived here for the past 15 years. He holds a Master's degree in business administration from the University of Miami, j where he is a professor of account-1 ing. He is also a member of the Florida and American Institutes of Certified Public Accountants. Silverman is a native New Yorker. He came here seven years ago, is a graduate of the University of Miami and a member of the Accounting Society of Miami. SilverHAVIMG A DANCE? 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9Smiw#3 WatS%BBMfewcWsTiw t W*lkr**w Page 12-A SjJ Ml HISTORY PAGEKabbi Lima Rabbi Solomon Luria (Maharshal) was born in Brest-Litovsk, Uthuania, in 1510. He received his earlier Talmudic training from his grandfather. Rabbi Isaac Klaubef. of Posen. He lived with his grand[father until a fire destroyed his [property and impoverished him. Rabbi Luria returned to Brest{Litovsk and founded a Yesmva [there. In about 1550. he was invited to 1 become the Rabbi of Ostrog. where he also organized a Yeshiva. In i 1555. he moved to Lublin. Poland. [ where he remained for the rest of _. his life. There he founded a %  Yeshiva and became the spiritual \ leader of the district. Rabbi Luria was a dilisent and I exacting scholar. He denounced every form of hypocrisy and in justice. Rabbi Luria maintained that there is no final codelication in Jewish law. He even took issue with Rabbi Joseph Karo's Shulchan Aruch. as well as with Maimonides. Rabbi Solomon Luna was exceedingly thorough in his study of the Talmud and engaged in extensive research of all legal opinions and views expressed before his time. His monumental work was published under the name of Maharshal. which is an abbreviation of his name. The work itself was entitled Yam Shel Shlomo (The Sea of Solomon). Unfortunately, Rabbi Luria did not complete his commentary on the entire Talmud, but only on seven tractates. Rabbi Luria's correc tions were incorporated in the Amsterdam edition of the Talmud. Among the works compiled by Rabbi Luria mav be lifted Chochmath Shlomo. Yenoth Shlomo, Atcreth Shlomo, Ammude Shlomo. Rabbi Solomon Luria married the daughter of Rabbi Kalonymus. the famous pietist who compiled main ui tne prayers mat are still in use during our High Holy Dav services. Rabbi Luna himself also compiled some piyutim (prayers and hymns He died Nov. 7, 1573. in Lublin. —Pi • Htllel Director Quits Hb Pest Maker of WASUJNCTOK-Dr. Jisdah UDiro resigned this week M Moots,| direrter of the B'MI BYMl Hilh*l Foundations. Announcement of the came from Dr. William Ann Arbor. Mtffc.. nataossal chair man of B nai Bfiths rfflhel Coanmission. ^ The resignation was reed INK! with "profound regret," aH. Haber said. The eieeutlve committee of the Hillel Comsahuion wUl next month to discuss the of Dr Shapiro's successor 1UDAH BUPM Or. Shapiro MM MS to quit as esecwtive heoal Of sVnel B'rrhVs program et rs H sjioa u odiKattonel end cwwvcel activity for Jewish students en 214 college and university campu s e s was prompted by "personal reaI truly regret thst,. *\. l c *"y awn MlitCl and •*•• •'ho are at tssoir eoaslinuing isni **• reaignatioa. k h waaea uak lr ^ \ f** his post sjfM •* hla asjcerssor. Ha wUI alo -be consultative duties" of the year. He departed Wed* trails, where he *$ mouth assisting Bsail on that continent to programs at the l_, Sydney and Melbourne i •ssnsjji | The 47-year old Yorker, ast.um.-d the n torahip ia January, law Reform Leader Urges Practice & BRETTON WOODS. N.H.—(JTA>—American Reform Jewry was urged this week to determine "minimal standards" lor observance of all Judaism's religious ceremonies and to establish standards to make religious observance expressive of the modern age. The Reform move1 ment in this country has been operating without a formal code of relit;• ious practice ever since it was founded. The need for establishing standards of observance for Sabbath, holidays and festivals was empha sized at the opening session of the 70th annual convention of the I tral Conference of American Rabbiby Dr. Jacob Philip Hudin. president of the organization of Reform rabbis. "Surely there are such minimal standards," he declared in hipresidential ifMraas "There must be. To say that there gresuve religious discipline which, while retaining the essentials from tradition, shapes and reshapes ceremony and ritual to make faith germane and meaningful in each particular {REPHUN'S BOOK STORE T Large,, and Oldejt Hebrew Supply House in Greater Miami WHOUSAU and HTMk Complete Line ot Hebrew Supplie. 'or Synagogue*. Hebrew and Sunday Schools ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach JEfferson 1-9017 HEBREW] 4 < < < < 30 Years Ago This Week Solution: A group of Jew Borisov. Russia, this week formed an Assn. of Religious Jews to provide members with someone to recite Kaddisn for them when they die. The action was forced by the fact that sons reared under the Communist regime not only do not know the prayer but are I if they are Communist party members, to take part m religious mom Rabbi Rudin as not recommending revival of old ceremonies or estaohshment of a binding code. He said he was are not is to say that Reform Jupleadn-.g for determination of "the datam ii without its discipline lor irreducible minimum" upon which daily living. It would mean that Reform Judaism must build "We there is no longer in Reform Juought to take the eternal aspects daismthe binding .strength of the ol the ord, as -h>member the ence, and 2 The protosJ •ous experience of u i expressed in laws," Dr | ski stressed the primar,, group experiences. "Waaii makes the so-called Last any more divine thaa stt | of Hammurabi'" he t *tL here that we come to tat | nily aspect of revelum from Heaven, m contrsai lation as mere di.ine ax He admonished the COSTS rediscover the source to modern Reform Je emphasised that he ^ flf reVf lallon eternal word. The Central Conference, largest rabbinic organization, represents approximately Till religious leaders of Reform congregations throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Reform movement, which has a membership of approximately million, holds that Judaism Is a continuously pro7C ,wise visions require time i fund,. •' %  I. V > ith Day. to keep it holy." and • hat that word realistically means in our time," he told bis colleagues. Whai oughl we to do to observe the Sabbath and keep it holy? le and what is imI •-" %  h;: must be done' Wl ot leave undone? "hat are the minis .bhath? mum standof other •U, indeed for • hich has n a rich and Rs> Or. Jakob j. Pehaehsweafcl ^ Cincinnati faculty of the Hebrw Unon Colls ae-j.w,h In. "u. of Religion, semin.ry of Keform Judaism, told the rabbis "> >*ek to rediscover the occe•ideas cf group r v#! ,. • •• Sinai, ., pr9cpn Quides." In century .nd "' Re,orm Judaism has always oPTsrad w„ hoo blnd 4'^ '""•d to Orthodoxy. n has Scheduled UnveiUo SsjNtur, JULY S, 1W| • OH. 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' I T +Jmh*l****" rridoy.iaiyj. Page 10-B ONCE A KNIGHT : ALWAYS A KNIGHT AT KING ARTHUR'S COURT for Diawer I Dortcing 0W To Be luterlaited 3y ft* Six Singing Strings and the Twin Pianos Miami Springs Villas TO 1-4521 Art Irani, ca-aaroer ; Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl I Omm '* **nalt Workmen's Circle Chorus to weekly rehearsal Friday rfmm ,t 25 Washington ave with ADrnham Haiduck conducting. The chorus will be beard on the program of the Southern District conference of Workmen's Circle In Savannah. Ga, on Labor Day. cue and relaxation, and • **"*"£ y tht ^scal fraternity, DM. preach .. For inatassee. toed -embers^of the ^ ^ „, David Nathan. Leo Levin. J UB rt, tL* ^ ,v.r swinging usually Robbins. play several un.es a week They do at Baysnore. _^ h _. ^ paving a few vo* By the way. Dr Lev* and -*J"^"^.S, j, M and DebthL summer to upstate Imitdla. where weir oau^ bie are enjoying Camp 0"la Mrv j^^, w.iss. ot ^..wlxil aartisng ageaKy. a !" — paly as often as he likes (that f—*r Tea* to MarMa 79* n. cuMwir nnn. cuoiwi HfJOf 4 MAIN) rVf fND RESERVE NOW! HOTIL FOOL.C m KIM • Ma snBT. ua auca "vO*fur£ir Ajf-coajMTKHifa for *n hiWBwtiM r*. im nin 1: woe RiaetAK n.* Af>tTMPT #*l>aw. tm *•* %  %  M.f wtiet uai i f* ecus — ryj i2s x Dihfcft t) Ji,aI ^WHGftfl CRD£RS TO TAKI OUT PHONE UN 6-4303 %  ST. Ml AM; C(AC*9bT. A v;GUST BROS Rw: I) (hi Ann *Birbt. s — — •st pharmaceutical advertising agency ^r^'ss hasn't been .btoio *-^^"5 B b golf' but we sported him at Baysnore. it. Fred A.ronson and Me vin and David Lesser ch.mro is Sandy Shapiro, daughter of Arty and %  %  >< %  g l l l of the best teen-age girl golfers in the state She won f.rst prize the second successive year in the BCtmore rumor tourney Regular weekend foursome at Bay shore consists of Atty Kay Yunes. Harold Rubin. Les Goldstein and Ted Sewell .Among the husband and wife -regularsat Baysnore are Mr and Mrs Stan Raskin. Mr and Mrs Ome Boland Dr and Mrs Letter ad Mr* Bob Feldstein. Mr and Mrs Martin Kaufman, Mr. _. „ ana._ __J u. „ J Wa HKiT 1 is one for Saroff. Mr. and Mrs Bob rewsiein. r ano rs • "*"* %  —" %  %  ; and Mrs. Saul Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Fewer, and Mr and Mrs Albert Pollak. HOMETOWN HOLIDAY: Living m one of the worlds top resort areas makes it a cinch to enjoy the Fourth of July weekend Checking over the -holiday package vacationsoffered by the oceanfront hotels and motels, it appears that it is less expensive for the family to spend the holiday at a hostelry than at home, what with the food costs what they are these days. It's amazing, too. if you've never spent a vacation at a local hotel or motel what a "get away from it all" feeling it gives. You'd never believe you were in your hometown. First of all. the bigger hotels otter you so much, that it won't be necessary ever to leave the place from the moment you enter until departure time. No auto traffic, no waiting in line for a restaarant table: everv comfort and luxury at your beck and call Who can ask for more? BISTRO tEATt If yon intend to see the hit revue. "Havana Mardi Gras." ever the holiday, make sure you don't wait until the last minute to make your reservations The Hotel Lucerne extravaganza has been playing to capacity audiences the past month, and we expect both shows will he jam-packed starting tonight through Sunday. Dtosa Costello proves again she's one of the most versatile and exciting performers you'll ever chance to see in a night dub show. The opening of Belle Barth at her Pub m the Coronet hotel was one of the big rut cry events of the summer season Almost every fel low entertainer in town was on band to enjoy Belle's socko singing and story-telling. Among the celebs on hand were Gloria De Haven Duisa Costetto and hubby, singer Don Casino. Mr and Mrs Murray Franklin ,TVs Bob Clayton and Clure Mosber. Councilman Bernie Frank and singer spouse Marion Colby. Spot that is sure to be jumping with members of the voung set over the weekend: the Tack Room of the Diplomat. Songstress Chris Con norjenaau te_|>o|>nilaujazz festival, which continues to feature the combo ot riip Phillips, accenting the trombone of Bill Hams. Tho Daauaill. Casanova room return* to night ck* acts, aftor coups, w-4,1 run of legitimate theatre, opening tomorrow with th* M^*,.^rS ,n, **' ** %  **"••"• ^ *" br h *" <"•" Adding to the holiday festivity will be the return of Marguerite Piazza tomorow night at La Ronde in the Fontainebleau M,rguenl as weU f'Tann,tIi •a"* 0 ke P UP W,Ul ,he Uto ^'"""P're-I steps as well as standard American waltz and fox trot thereT i,ni m .t !. his band at Boom-Boom Room of the Fontainebleau are a reTl ,re, ta U R Varon, a. hzs ouU^ t^^^^Z Z Curbed XZIVZfuZSi K/sf M n,m ^ ; F — R.vage. just to name a few } %  fc n ork at *** Beau Places as can be found in anv one locihtT.n X.T 8rOUP f eatlDt are nght The Candlelight inn offVn lii J^J'i""' And Ih P"ces children's menu. m ,uU COUTSt dinners, with special l^ng a standard for excellence is the R !" r,, r„"a^!l Bnng b0UWifu, 335 mSSEZm 79th • "useanywhere. ,b e most diversified menus ndy hie SHrlin,, it ^g^.J MwW re featured a, Michel-, m ta. -'Peedy delivery service £•?£ B? *"**> at ^TAI I CONVERSATION Piecesofi „ inner "V is his COMfHtMATIOflS WEDDINGS BANQUETS Th. D.Liio-. Near Hanquat Ocpartmant >• praparad to tapartly conlnbuta to tha cuccaaa i your affair of 10 to l WO pueatt PoaturwM alwajra 8uparb Cuiam* and tarvica. Maat>t paca A.niibn. Koahar CataHng Availabla gV>f / oVgV^I/ onth, Oca.n Beth David Announces Sloft] •to** o* officeri mu, Vto. pmtotnu are Ham f*t. Mas Jaeobaon. Sheldo? Sidney Lafcowrt and sp 1 W I*. Ocasn at Lincoln R< Miami Inch Other officers named were Emanuel Smith, cor. ing secretary; Maurice Hyrn^ nancial secretary; J ac )b Z" treaaurer; and Harry SirnonT sistant treasurer. Board of directors for a „ year term are Nathan AJexa. John Feller. Abe Fox Fnedland. Man Handshu. Hciman. Harvey Herman. Ui Htrskowitz. Lena Kaplan iC. Myers. Sidney Poten.Al idow. Ed Safer. Jack Seitlm id Serott. Joe Siegel. Charles Spingarn. Bernard SterUni ,Swartz. Aaron Weinkle Ji Wenakie. :S3 NJOY YOUR OWN SPECIAL ARTY AT THE LUCERNES UTHENTIC LATIN REVUE w*S STARIINO DIOSA COSTELLO AMD AM IXCITIMC All STAR CAffi av •• %  CASMM mm VEUttt IwtltTi •. AIKU *rll wMJUKt *TWMwiwl FAwn0CIIIl0-^.htwtWtn WtdsTs Mtl atMtiffj| SlMaMMt •MMM W It H m tm MrM M ft* %  „ a/ *e laetirf-wcaafaaow kit! Saper. toat aswNaltss sarvk.-wWfevof rat ipaitoo CLUB CHALET rr^Ri OCfANFRONT 11 fo 4?nd STS MIAMI BEACH Co* CATERING MGR. Ji 2-2541 **** In Thr C;r • •• JU & C; -i A. J Utstaaf, Oynanic Uap-e: BELLE BARTH N Co.er *r,,. „. Soil, JI I j 7J) % %  ">e n^t-so-Iron Curtain. GORDON and PONT "H,Wu w '•owea. t, -r „



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^^^^^ %  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H *-Jentrkskli->n Potj* 9-B •*•• rr ^A. 4 LfOAt NOTICE fcL's^S: Slt^?^ ^ 2* fr" IOn,an *—*** BUI Goidbsrg. Wina when£ 5£S ^£^? y oSa!U,da X ^ OTl Ann Manh George Schonwefler, GarV KMSW^ ^ l Pl ^ n ad M K *>* Knchof. Marsha Friedbsrg. Bo7^of£ £hh T Wh ff^^ l the Lubin Monroe Ka P'n. B^yna ToW CarTdy ^ Soeth^ M^H ^\ R 0b0rt /f ied ^' PaW Hewett ohn Cael BSOS Barney' te uSTFr^mai ^Z7H Allen J*r !" *** Carolyn Adler. Bonnie HerrS IAL KrZJL?!?? i?£ e S H ? y8 MaT] y SuMn ***•• p <** Greenfield. GaU I^iscru. AfSnn MTJ? 'f, 1 "? 1 *, 1 ^ T e tel ? an 'J"^ *** Messing. Olivia Kaplan. DEK, STt^mS^T 1 !! 11, ^ P** Jta^Bado Sherman. Tcrmar^ecior. Ga?le !" Kllr ^1' S,ep ? Sp ? IiDg I ane Pari8 Ioanne Whi,e '>• Blau. Roberta RaS Koir?£rt S"^^^ a""* Wi I RTOe nthal. Sara RobSson la^h*Zw^nMonotaan.Wendi.Blm.ki bora Nssier. Susan Adam.. Sally Hins !" 1 her mother. Steven Messing. Valerie AnStephen Pried. Shaxoa a nckMaril^GssJitf iter Musuase will welcome I *£ %  £• ^"^S !" ? 1 Univer8 "y.* iLeroy Anderson Uiia SuadayJ £,.?/*, t^duated t rsagjia cum the nadiiim for thi ted wfth-tke Bostan Sym NOTICE BY PWSLICATION L N .TJil S ,mCtJtT COURT OF THt FL R 'JP A 'N ANP FflR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. MC11( DICK D17NN HORRBNTINO, I'lalntirr. v. JUAN T. HORHBN'TINO. a/kfa JOHNNY ToKREK, l • %  %  ** Defendant. BUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JUAN itENTINO, K/K/M .Hill IRBH To* are hereby notified that a Mill of f omplalnf for Divorce has been filed agsinat you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Ajiawer or Plead.", '".i"*" w r ''omplaliit on the S plaintiff Attorney. Hubert A. pel.-, .'.„, ni1 %  %  • h F'rsl National flank iilMIn*. Miami Beach Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the .'Ink of th.. Clf. • lilt < nurt on or before the 6th dav of AUfinrt, 16. If you fall to So an Judgment by default will |, e taken tH £\, y "t fnr •" r '"' f demanded in the Kill ,.f Complaint. Thla notice shall lie iiuhllnbed oiue each week for four cnrmeciitlv.. we.k In THB JKWIKII KIXJKIDU.V. •e> !?* %  A N P">KRBD at Miami. Florida. Ihla Mth day of June, AD. K H. I.BATIIURMAN. ilerk ''Iroult Court. Dade Onmiv Florida laoal) By: JUAN HNKBDKN ROBKRT A. WPF.RR..N t PUly ^'^ Miami Batch lat National Bank Rklir Miami Beach. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff LCAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER v „ FISTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKRKI1V .IIVEN that the undertbrned. delrtn K to en*ir c ,n ."iSKS" *""'• %  '' '•" %  rlctitloua nan f AMERICAN CRtBrr at (8 %r. FUW St.. Miami Intend* to recjlater sUl name with the Clerk of the C1 < ourt of Dad.c<, intv. Ho, :, arW Faul JMrMem, seth resident* a Bostenian. received J early education o one street ftmaridge—gnsde school, high phony OrcbesU-au where* the prolifie, osmposer wrote such • successful compositiass as ••rifl€^e*sddle.'• ,1'Jax* Pizzicato,"' ".SJeigh Ride" snitCThe Waltzing Cat."' His bestaetling recordipg,• His.Jast appearance here was in "1957. Sunday's Pep program ateisdes his popular "Irish Suite," ••The Synespaled' C3ock." 'Bgler% Holiday" and "Fiddie-Faddie." Olfla Pavlova and Paul Marine NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS JTEltEHY CIVEN that tna undcralcned. dnnlrlns; to eOKage In .HOP*** """••T the ffotltlouR name of i.on i, p.AIjroi-R Ht-TEL at ;ljn Oi-ean l*lva. Miami Bea< h intend to re.aii.ter aald name wfth the Cl.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. OBORGE 1U.1M. and SARAH 111,1'H, hi* wife KR88UEK. tJAlU* S ROTH Atl"inc\.-. for Aiipliciita 1S S.W. 1st Ftre.l 7/J-I6-I7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IH AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORID* IN FROBATE „ No. 46756-A In RE: Eatate of JOftEPH c.of.IiEARB, aka J. UOLHKAKR. aka JOE I'OI.DFAKB. I >-*ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraona llavina" Claim* or He ma nd a Aral nirt Raid Eatalo: You ace l>. r.l.v notified and required to ureacnt any claims and demand* which >ou may have ajcalnat tbe eauie of JOHEJ'Il LDEAIU: aka J. C.OI.I1FARB, aka JOE nm.h ana a i „ # |^. A— n u'' *"ARR deceased bite of Dade Couutv, and a aaember of the Opera Guild.] Kioruia, to the Cou.it> Jude of ia.dV recently aaatr at thRnrt i u .. r ." un,y '. n 4 '"* ,h "" m '' ln •"'' %  aaauuy saag at tlte Bostsn 8ya>; „mce* in .he county courthousein Dade County. Florida, within etchi calendar month* from the" date of the firs! puhlleatlon hereof, or the same will be Uarr.l. TJBMMJCI GOUDKARB. Executrix aka TIMMIE K>f.l>FARB ENOUNIimi TENDR1CII Attorneys MISS PAVLOVA MAUMO versity of Miami school of music. NOTICE UNDER w FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HBRBHY GIVEN that the underpinned. deKlrlng: to engaa/e la bualaeim under the fictitious nan COMPANY. NOT INC at 12727 N*E Bin Avenue, North Miami. Florida Inlend to rerlster said name with |h Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>*da County, Florida. MTJB A AfiCAT,nfB JOSEPH VERR1ER B. VINCENT PAUL, JR Attorney for Both | 6/g*.' 7/3-: -17 LT. %  TJl E u i : '" CU,T COURT OF THE EL rfKi NTH J 4Q'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DA = E COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 5K S920 HK'HARK I, IIENKDICT Plaintiff. • vs. CARMEN mMEDtCT, JJetcndanI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CARMEN •BENEDICT }U>2 .South Upton Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin YOIT ARE HEREIIV NOTH'iED that a Complaint for Divorce ha —n riled o'n-l you, and von ara igUired to nerve a cop) of "your An <" %  Ra*llng to .the Bill of Corrjn] ... •n the ulalntirr* altorncv Kb'.. MARUER. 73 Arthur Godfrey R. allarhi Baach Vi, Florida, and file ofBrlnul Answer >W Fl^adlng in th. fm f lha Clark of the Circuit C on or before Hie Sfth day of Julv If you f:ill to do so; Judgment bt' ie. V i r < •VeVeVA. ^w-w-w-vKiss," frem GeMilecks, and •e the••all." SAUSaMMAN WANTED Miss Pavlova, a concert, radio mm M whh car; Mar? %dteWtsion artist, will-sing Siting is My Chair." —;k. She recently appeared in the. Miami Opera Gtiild praducUon ••IHgoletto." • Mr. Merino, a student at the ItaiVMNTIB flMALE ihra la. tfsht eatlas. UN 6-355 CANTOR TEACHER ea. aaeetifel Lyric vsiae, wall Jassad is betaj laaa i al l as, CMcheir. teaks aesHiea with Cae He C aa at asat l aa. Writs T.. lex ttTS, Miewi 1, Flat. PALMIST .RAM ROSBRTS .Iranian Saadsr asViaor on all aaohiams on lava. Ia, business. Ail rsajlmas are le and eonfidsntlal a< %  MIS M,W. nk PL 19410 rf \-^A-e*>-^-eA-^ewrfUeA-eA-e*V. S palm raadlnfl, tall yaur past, "t. future Oiftoe reader, sdJ %  i matters. Help you I sickness A trouble, answer all quaatjons. Spa hsr taday, to a*ajr he lap lats. Advice an nage. love, hualaass. w Rcta wsmoH AS MWISM C OMM RWI TT CENTtl PRRORAM OUttCTOR. OAV CAMP MRKTRR Or LA ICE DAY CAMP, SYNAGOGUE YOUTH A EDUCATIONAL WSICTOt HEBREW TEACHER. Availablp far ene er caeibinatien ef above eHaBRments; detire transfer to Miami area, age 35, marriad, bread Temple-Canter backsreaand, excellent referencas. Write AARON FRIEDMAN 1231Kyniyn Drive WilmineSon, DeUwara phony's famed Tanglewood Fe tival. His rich baritone voice will be heard in another Goldilocks seleetion. "Shall I Take My Heart and Go?" fault will-be-raken aaln*i you f relief demanded in the Bin plaint. Thlp. aottce shall be poMinhed oncp I ."/^* k or '<*"• <-naecatlve eek a rJ££ JKWI *'H KI.HiniAN. 1 no ^ E AfiV ORDRRED at Mnm/. Wlda. this 19th day of June, A D. r^ B |. M** T HBRhlAN. Clert. Circuit Cpvrt, Dade Countj. fVrida, t*eal) ByTu S.NEBDEN BHWrN-VARORR T**"*t-\** 'J Aithur Oodfrev Road Miami Beach 0. SMrida c?. 7/j-;n-i7 I LE-GAL NOTICE 1 N J H !L C ,CU,T COURT OF THE 11TH JtJDClAL CIRCUIT IN AND P-OW.RAOS COUNTY, FLOPADA %  IN CHANCERY, No. 6PC atSP PETITION OF JAMEk CHARLES tot the nBoption ot aHCrfAEL wife. El. A. DCbMAN. a minor. NOTICe BY PUBLICATION OF ^ -RTT10N FOR ADOPTION TO' RONALD I.OIIS DELM.VN 21-23 97th Str..t Kim hurst 8 New York ARK HRREIir NOTIFIEn that a l'etitlon haa been Pled in the above styled Court by JAMBS CHARLES ai'WTOR. Joined hy El'NICK i;i:it ALDINK Sl'BCToR, hi* wife, for the Ailopiioii of MICHAEL A HEI.MAN a minor, by the Petitioner, JAMES CHARLES 8PECTOH. und you are re<|iilred to serve a copy of vour An*wer or Obje>-tl..na to ahow cause why *ald Petition should not be granted "ii Hie Attorney for l'etitionet OBOROR J TAIJANOFF. ESO... of I 0 Lincoln R.aid. Miami ll.-.i.h, HorIda, and file the orlKlnal in the office of ui.Clerk of th.Circuit Court on or before August 3, 19*9. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a D-cr.-e Pro Confesso will be entered aaainst >oll 111 rjncoln Road MlaffcT Baac! Beach. Florida 7/J-10-17-I4' i^^UCH C TA L ,T C. C R 0 C 67; ?sT ISg KENNETH VBRNON nVRINO. FlalntUf. BETTT BORIS RARINC. %Jr1cE t 'dY fUBLlCATION TO! BErTTrtORiH BOHINi; Route No. 7 llaryvllle, Tennesaee TtR' ARK HERE I IT NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you. and you ate hereby re%  lUlred to serve a copy of your answer NO. 4S277-A In RE: Estate of MARTHA FRIEDMAN la-ceased. NOTIOR DO CREDITORS To ATI Creditor* and All Perwaw a.v"?£ CJalma or Demands Against ^ald, Catate: You are hereby notified and lYO ij-ed u. p I'"" ,t ,ny ,l "l '" s n<> dpmi-ido which Wu xo'ajr' Afex 7 "aiairert'*tha >e of MARTHA FRHSOaAN, deesUt ... ...,,.,,,.-, rnibt.JIA^ -^~ ceased late "f Dade Countv, Fh-to the County Judges of Dade County. MMamm the same In their orttce* in the Cpnty Courthouse in Dade County. MssMa, within •sght epUadiumonth* from the date of the fire* S attfcatlon hareoT. o> the aaaW'wrtl bo ITru. .,„,„ JrSIR UOHT, RaacutrU U .P^nl^^ B ^ KB Att0r "*' Miami 12, ri,rlda -/2..t/a. 7 TAR mtrmmN Modern SPANISH A AMERICAN 11 %  r Taacfcer ef Stavla RaaeaR Reemiare Soy CBirtarist, Aae RICHARO EVANS — FR 7-S104 134 NW 1M O, APT. a. MUMI Please phone er drop peetcard ,tt l :., Pf' n n!"'. t %  ——^ %  -%  <-.- sat vvp; ua • uui *n.-nci on the Plaintiff's attorney. ANC-Eljn A. AM, 1103 Alnnlry llulldlng, Miami S2, Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of Angus*, lard), or the allegation* will be taken aa confessed against \"ii DATED at Miami, I>ade County, Florida, thin JCth dav of June 19.'.9 E. H LKATHERMAN. Clark of the circuit court Iseal) Its K M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. 7/I-10-I7-M IN TH ,v* v A ROBATE -..^w rv LRPflDA^ In RE: Estate of • IDA AtoERTA TOUNG I>*cesed. Y^ T .iKfiTMr*. TO-CSf WTaVtS md ATI Pemona Hav aa Florida, this E (seal) K-ll-Ol-t/t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of • "IRE AJ'ARTMi.NTS at 13fi Eu To ATI CredTtor* and .... IK Jer n r D *" l nd Asajnat Said You are hereby notified and required to present any claima and demands which you nu.y have against tn •aaata a* IDA At.HKRTA YOUNG deceaaed Mte of Dade County. Flo-i-'. to the County Judge* of Dade Coi and file the name In their offI,. | tna Ommy Cnnrthnuse In Dade c ty. Florida, wlthm eight cale montha from the date of the first lication hereof, or the name wl!T be barred. -~. JAMES V. YOUNa •W RWREW, Attorney 1JM Heytx-ld Building Miami. Florida *7*a,7/l-ii|-l7 I*". ousines* tinner WITNESS my hand.ami the aaal of CLAIRE AJ'Alt.. Md Court In Miami, Dade County. RH. C.T.A. 7/J-10-17-2I OOROTHY IX>NDON 2S* LARRY LONDON jyi 7/>-lfJ-17-H NOTICE UNDER tw ^<^' T QMRLNAM R LAW • %  %  -ww ivnmc LAW .ICE 15 HEP.EBT GIVEN that Icatlon hereof, or the same will be CHAINCEY STONE DRERR a ;*0 N.W. ith Ave.. Miami Fla.. Intend to %  "f*"^" mti "*•• with the Clerk of '.-" .'. ,r< u r ourt of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH CA .% CHAtlNCEY STONE and —. *. HB t' KN aTTON .SI iN Ataaraey fnr Applicants 407 Lincoln Road 7/I-1S-17-I4 .a. N 7'£U Y p WSLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL -^. V Jr?J? !" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF F *e9. R J* ,N AND r MCI COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. hi. AafavC. BatasfaA ELIZABETH tit.Mli AS. Plauitiff, -_ va. FRANK OOMBAK, Dafeaatant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRANK dOfcRAR %  Jjaa Lnshsgatone Avenue S^KfnSn^l.: you are r.e j aws jd to serve a-qfey Sa WU /a*ir^T ^ Waiting tvlhi MB of OaaaptaJat on the ftgS *lil\ Saps .vaaat fkaglar Slppax,' i". ami. Florida and file the original An?T el L r p 'f*na In the office oftho • lark of tbe Circuit Court o daUbefore the M(h day of July. 15. If rail to do so. Judgment by default artlt 2 ta *? 1 8P h ,t you for the relief *• %  ?••*• %  to the Bill at Oowplalnr Thla notice sh*n be published i,oe ,.TS"".i or fogr ronaacuUve a-u '"r^SS iS5T ,, 2* FI^RIDIAN"^ DONE ANTJ ORDERED st Mla^i, Florida, this 22nd day of JuneTTo: E B I.EATHERMAN, c Circuit Court, Dade County, rVHda. • seal) By:.K. M. tVTMAN _-N A OOtJ>RTE -va for Plaintiff eat Ftagler tftreet Florida fiaputy |e-k. /2, 7/1-. 7



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^ 91 D *^ 3^.-^ >--i ^i^/ At various tunes of tae year. Mt (yds are occupied by tear;.. :he extent of 10 perceat of capant> and the forthcoaaaM rpening ef the new building with enlareeri facilities will txatefi*. both tourist sand residents ah** Seme r percan* ef admission* come from residents of the City o< Miami, sshkh includes sweh areas as Narth Mienw Baech, North Miami, Biscevne Park. Miami Shores, Opa-iecka. Miami Springs, Hieleeh, El Perfel end Was* Miami, as well as such areas as Liberty City and Bunch. Park. The department a No notes that 18 percent of Mt. .vnai patierru, Sid Feldstein handling arrangeCi| „ [nm Bwviard ccwty JS roents at Bayshore Play will be less than 1 percent from other followed by a eomplimrntery clubFlorida counties or out-of state adThe Bayshore sponsonn* an Golfers 18-hole. Club is house buffet, and trophies will go. d ress > mixed to winners Samuel Gertner. executive director of lit Sinai Hospital, said that in view nf the modern hospital site now being completed, a greater pereeetage of peiten* m need of hosp.tal cart will voluntarily select the services of Mt. Sinai eoua'y THEN TO TEL AVIV Th' it Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee i ear and a golden opportunity for iTv-fi njoy .. flyin a t iU finesrt the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourengine DC-7C (Kosher foods availsble on all flighta). Then go direct • grand tour with the KLM stopover plan. Visit Unden p.,!* >f other hiatonc-diies-at no extra Kids Have Summer Fun "\*TBirtt hike* and Western Gold Rush programs were featured during the third week of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers day camp pregram. according to Mrs Waller Feltman. chairman of the GMJCC day camp committee. Overnight trips included the senior boys and girls at Camp Neat of the North County YMHA Braach Camp Ma Ka Bee of the Miami YMHA Branch, and ( Kaaimah of the South*ot YMHA Branch The bo>s and saris of Camp Shalom 0 f the Miami Beach YMHA Branch concluded their annual Gold Rush, which will be climaxed Sunday. July U WJlh n .•I^out Camp Western tarnwal. *TT "' Mu m XI j. cen.,„r m July 8 tr*. S 7 while Cap Near — Kaoimah .,. pitnnm9 camp skow, i„ „*„ ,„ rauntstars. as wtH •nt*. will participate. AH of the nearly 500 chiMr„ Participating ln Use GMJtr Z JJJ 'his year w.|| £?.*£ ^ cond P* r od of day cording 10 E H Gale director of GMJrr r? v£j~ &, P-m, Camp tpacia a par camp, j c executive cost! Round trip Economy "iiieS r !" $SH770 call K'M^r^^ 1 8ent or FlUDklmUS* 1 Mtt Florida. fill t04/. NEW : ***Jae—a u %  %  ? •Mali •'•Mtll te 1 BF^ LL a. BFGoodrich IM-SAV£R\ S/LViRTOW^ seals punctures pwmanei NYLON cc-Tstnjction for the mum in bruise blowout protcctioo. premium tire dctigncd to run provide that extra measure of i and give sure-tired tract ion for qi safer stops. ,..^hNNST JVIM TYREX ... TWcotddtsifned afld< occred opccially for too. Available noW all B F Goodrid, "Pius tax orxi rtrodoble tire %  UW •SM aw. mm MIAMI •MM %  .. Hit* iiffTN Mlhii ISMS aw. !•** MSWTIAS iM aV.S3rSMjgt MIAMI MSW. iusuifr MJIATMSStf MIUSM^ SM TIRE IMstWSSl** IMSST



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-Jewlsttfkrkiian P09* It B Jeweler sat74 iuel N. Halpert, 74, Miami ry store owner, died June 29. rmrrly in the diamond bu.si in Philadelphia, he came here '"35 year's a.bt'anrTliveti* at' lanatti ave.. Coral Gables. 1923, Mr. Halpert establish he Halpert Jewelry Company |40 NE 2nd eve. rviving are two sons, Stanton IS. I (Buddy); daughter, Mrs. id Steinberg; six grandchil md one great-grandchild* all • mi. vices were July 1 at Gordon ral Hom. v., h burial in Ml. Cemetery. Jtoaale: two B*i; Wo daughters'. In-, kauer: and <-'inllfiK Mr* Iren IS grandchildren A ill) 1. Mix ml. and Ptineral • ',more ageinenta. Services and burial el, Washington nee., with barlal In Louis, with (li.iiliin In charge uf lo. ul ai ISADORE IWICHKOW %  ft. retired tailor ..I I.MU NW .1st p|., died lun;i ||< i-ame hrr.> flvi>ear.. in < 'ril<-jvjc<> Surviving %  %  piMU-thre.. -*nagri..laehesswr'-Mi • ) Irnacmn, Miami, brother Joseph, nine rrandrhlrdren and three ireat-grandvhlklren. Services and were In Chicago. llh in.nl „i raiiKi-m. inb) Gordon Funeral Ilium ALAN KING %  I. former Surfi late Indue, died Jun. 22. He had been a r< %  mlng from i,nii, Mum.. : 11.1 I veil 11 1 %  ,(! Collin June 22 at Rlveralde Memorial ('bapalt, nlnal Cemetery. MRS. IDA RESNICK of in th a*., died June 21 at home S yearn ago from New York City. Surviving are three daughter*. A; Jlnin.i, Mi nurd SweUtel and 'Mr*} ert Kagln tmli'MA'fii Jim. ll m lUvesgerie al Chapel. Washington ave.. with burial In Mt. H'nal <">metery. MRS. CARRIE E. COHEN 1*1 nneyrranla ave., died June 20. She wax il. anil came here from New York ft t v ten yeara ago. Hhe la servtved b) bai husband. J -on; jn in, ||, Kbxlein, Miami Beach, anil Maurice li .x were June He waa appointed, i Indue In Memorial i Impel, ll. v.,, Waahlngti rrth liuilal in Star MRS. YETTA LtVINa MIT |i\ ..ii iva Miami away In a local holipltal on She came here Iioin I'd Iva years ago aad la survived b) kughter. Mix. Florence lOmamii. brothers, three sjstsra and two Children Services will be Krla.m.. at Gordon Funeral Home, burial In Ulur of linvld Cemetery. Joseph Naiot will officiate. IRVING FINK •7> HW 4th at., died June 2D. a grocery clerk and came bare tra ago fiom Chlcopee Fall*. Surviving are hla wife, Rose, daughter, Mra. Wllina lllix.liHervlce* were June 39 at Funeral Home, wltb burial In bo Cemetery. BENJAMIN GUTMAN June e. He lived at 332', *nd came to Miami is year* r a New York City. For ten I he waa owner and operator of (Barber Shop of Miami Beach. Hived by hlx wife. Irene; bronrrls: and .sister, Mlxx Rw He wax a member of R'nei ware June 18 at KlvChapel. Alton rd in ljikesldc Mninoci.il — giadil.ilr '•f the %  %  '. (tighter. Mfk* i King; arid two alati i at Riverside Memorial ixie, w.th burial In Mi Nebo Pen* of Havlil Cemetery. MAX KANTOR .4, of IIHXI Collins ave., ill,,I i A real eatate In oxer, he came here i" yenix ago and waa a member of HIblaoua Maeoiii, l^idce ami Miami Beach Klka Lodge. Surviving are hla wife, Dora, aon. and daughter. Servtoei were June 21 at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel, Waxhlngton ave.. with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. •AM KAPLAN 75. of 542 Jefferson ave., died June 22 Hi anie here 17 yeara ago from Cleve, land. Surviving are hlx wife. Una*, 1 1 !" 1 ,n l-""ea4de Memorial Park, and two daughter*. Mra. Augusta Miller and Mra. Ruth Shata. Services and burial were In Cleveland, with local arranrementa by Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. 5 AVID ROSENBERG W Mh at., died June St. g -retail clothing salesman. /jo'Miami ten yaara ago unaocket, R.I. Surviving; are .•KraiMwa, a brother ana two fiervlcen were June 48 at Memorial Chapel. \V. Flag*NNA tiVtERMAN 8W 20th at., died June 24. Ived here 17 yaara. coming Itlyn. She la survived by a three daughtera. InUlrta Kanaar, Miami; incladlng Mra. Laina (leynl. and nine gia-Whuaad burial aaere In with Rlverable Momorl.il %  Wagljer at., In ckarge of lemonta. t OOLtMTCIN 14th ter.. died June 24 la'Wr being struck cama hero SO yeara ago ton, 8.C., and waa a rant. He waa a member Synagogue. Hebrew Free %  d Masona. Surviving Ida: faur aooa. aUeuaey. cln and Aaron: brother and ndcMMran. Services ware June Uordon Funeral Home, with lft. Nabo Cemetery. ALEXANDER KLEIN ItS NW 120th ter died June 25. ('of the Fenway hotel. 1*0 ColKa., he Was a Miami realdrnt for ^Pa, comnBg from New York. He Hrd to the North Shore Mxx.mii J and waa paat counselor foi Commercial Tmvelerx. Sarvlvn c ach. > hlu wife. Julia: and four saaInclndlng Bertha Welaaman. Mieach. JACOB FEINBERO 15W Knclld ave. died June "M Lma hole i. >uara ago from own. I'a.. and waa a member ot Beth Sholom Surviving aie life. N lighter, Minnie; I anna and two bn-thers. Harvleea burial were in Allentown. with rrangenientli> tSurdon Funeral MAX WILENSKY 77, retired plumbing contractor 1020 Michigan ave., died June 22. He came here 2"> years ago from Detroit. Surviving are bis wife. Dora; aon. Samuel, two daughtera, Mrx. (Vila Roaenstrauch and Mra. Lillian Roxen; sister, eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services wre June it at Gordon Funeral Home, nh burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. PHILIP BOKSERBAUM 73. nf 101 Washington ave.. died June 21. Ha came here 15 yeara ago from New York. Surviflne are hla wife. Minnie, daughter, Mm..J*ltn Suai' '' i ,, ,i MRS. BERTHA LABER %  <>., of U2io SIC 12th ave., died June -'" Sin HI Hi veara ago Horn ,, aud la aurviM'.l by bain I .\ai ha n i .> %  n ua;htoi s ny Mrx. Jewel Sha,hat. No. Miami ii,| i wo was a member % %  < Workman*! Circle Branch ii!':' and Mollla Kuham-r I*jan Auxiliary of Mnnticelki I'ark lewixh ("enter. Hervlcea were JHIOTV, of 23x5 SW 16th at.. dieiTJune He came here 12 yaara ago from New York, and waa a member of Beth Kl Synagogue. Surviving are three sons, James, David and Seymoui ; daughter, Mrx. Dorothy Drain, apd two c> andi Iniili en Services wi-i at Cor d on Funeral Home, Wtth burial In Mt. Sinai (Vineter JOSEPH rii fMHriaafT m '• retlrod hotel operator of S50 8 ii-.. died June He came here MX yaara ago from New York, and waa a Mason, surviving are hla wife, .luli.i. iPiux liter. Mrx Klnlne, Brln; win,1(1, haul a xlxt.-i and Iwo brothers. Hervlcea and hin-lal were In New York, with local arrangements by Rlveralde Memorial Chapel IRVING WILSON. is, of 7M NW 14th st I...I .lime 9 ran of World War II, he caint M mill from New York 1 ago Me la survived t, v hi.-, srlfe %  • %  nora. and ilaughte,. v.-.,* June u at Rlveralde Mi Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nel starr, MARK H. LAUFER 50, of 1502 Conxulata ave.. died Ju:e aj II, waa a ret lied wholesale jawolei fr.an New York, coming here two yeara ago. Surviving are hix v. if* Sai,ib. daughtei, Mrs/ Keglna H • f"I.III, two sixters and .-%  \ I' s vei e Funeral Hoi,,. with \. h.r I 'i-meter\ JOSEPH MELNICK 2nd at., died June 8. •ii Now York, and wax a retired on There are no local xu and burial were at Stai ol nl Riverside "Memorial" Caiiai i7nl'"''' %  %  "'' 'jx-nl arrangements by In Mt ('eilrlian Punera Normandy Isle, Slnal Cemetery. with burial Chapel. MRS. DOROTHY MANNING 64. of 1U5 Normandy dr.. died June 1*. She came here six years ago from New York city, and is survived by her husband, Kmanuel. eon, Jerome; and daughter. Mrx Rosalind M. Hall, services were June II at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle, ISAAC PARTNOY 10. of (SI Kuclid ave died June 8. Ho came here six years ago fiom Mow York, and waa a retired tailor surviving are bis wife. Bessie: two and a daughter Barvtcoa were 10 at Rlveralde Memoilal Wiishlngton ave., with Sinai Cemetery. %  Ine great-grandc-hlMren. Set were June 7 at (Jordon 1-un.r.i' with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemetei grand. I.ildl at Go i-'Ti burial in ABRAHAM LIP8KY IIXIIl I ',,Jlll|H ale whin %  m in Ea> i l;,i< k.iiia.i •II, 'I Jin, i II. is sin v Ived bj a daughter In New rork, and was miner • >f a plamblng ami heating business. Kervl ,, New ^ with ai.,,, r |.,| Chi i %  minx June Chapel, burial In Mt. MRS. JESSIE RUBIN 52. of 22* Jefferson ave., died June !?• *£? name here ten years agofrom Brooklyn, aad la aurvlvad by her hua band, Samuel; and a daughter. Mra. Sally Sabol. Carol City. 8ervlcea and burlai wore In Brooklyn, with Rlvsrofjalde Memorial Chapel in charge of local arrangements. 1!'. 5crvice Honors Flora N. Skpp Honoring tne memsry of the mother of Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader of Temple Judea in Coral Gables, the confirmation Class of 1999 dedicated a new floral altar at recent hojiday sarvicBS. At Mrs. Flora Necha fikop's funeral. 12 rabbis, of the OreaMrr Miami Rabbinical Assn. ware honflfary pallbearers', and members of the board of directors f Temple Judea were active pallbearers. Cantor Herman Gottlieb invoked the aMBsorJal praoer. Special tributes were expressed by Rabbi Alfred Waxman, president of the Assn. of Rabbis; Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom; Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of the Zamora Jewish Center in Coral Gables; and Rabbi (Irving Lehrnran. of Temple Emanu-El in Miami ,. MRS. BELLA SHAP6ES .S. of 120 NE 24lh at., died June She came to Miami nine yeara ago from New York, and la survived by M* .^•"•'"•e !" Mra. Sadve Miller, Mra. Heat rice Sam nelson and Mrs. fcva Brick; xlx grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services and burial were In New York, with local arrangementa by Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. IlLTON M. P. FREDERICK 11321 lath xt.. died June ZS. A reJ New Yorlj Inveator. be name |S0 years ago from New York. Vln,; are; his wife. Mabel, two Ins. Including Samuel, Miami f: and a elxtcv Services weie 2.". at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. VICTOR GILBERT 1340 NK ISth pi., a ingsda n l six yeara. die. 1 June 24 He was rmadst and'lame to Miami from York. BurvlvInK are hie wile. daughter. Joann, son, Judd; uther, Mrs. Clara Rth He also two staters. Bervlcea and hurial in Newferti, with loolJrrageby Rlveralde Memorial 12a*polSAbJUtL OOUOBTEIN llred real eetate broaa>r, of lt*.> Ith St.. died June 4. .lie moved from it. Ixmts -a. yaer ago, aad een a winter visitor many yeara lly. Surviving are his wife. She was a ana an I n a l a a 35 years of the Heights Temple Sister hood, Zionist Oroeniiation of America, and Pioneer Women in Cleveland, 0., and for It years a charter member of Orlando Hadaseah, Ohev Shalom Sisterhood, and recently Temple Judea 54etet Rood. During the first and second World Wars, both in Cleveland and Orlando, she was dubbed a "Saintly Mother in Israel" (Isha Z'nuah) for her many philanthropies and open house parties for soldiers and sailors. Mrs. Skop passed away on Saturday, June 6. and is buried in the Star of David Cemetery in Coral Gables. She is survived by her husband, Abraham, sons, Rabbi Morris Aaron, David, of Miami, Arthur Usher, of Tampa, and daaaghters, Miriam, of Miami, and Mrs. Albert Ratberg, of Orlando. She also leaves eight grandchildren. PHILIP MANN .4. of 2000 Liberty ave died June IS. He came here six yeara ago from I'uckabo. N V and was owner of a read estate buslneaa Surviving are his wife, Ida, three son* and a daughter. Services were In New York, with local arrangements by Riverside Memorial Chapel. -MILTN SCHIPFMAN 91. of M10 SW Uth st.. died June IS He came here six years ago from New York, and waa a retired retail clothing merchant. Surviving are hla wife, Kentrice: three brothers, including I-ouls and Irving;. Miami; and three slaters. Mra. Ray March. Rose, and Sophie, -alereiaea w*re June M at Gordon r'uneral Home, with burial in %  t. Nebo Cemetery. WILLIAM .KANTOR <1. of J20 HW 2nd ave.. died June IS. He caame here six yeara ago frorn. New York, -east waa a retired whole sale butcher. Surviving are bia wife. Beatrice; daughter. Mra. Frances Joantkal; three brothers., a slater, and two grandchildren. Services were June 18 at Gordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. IRVING LIEBCRMAN &8. manager of Woody'a 3 and lS-cent atore In Hlal.ah, died June let -He came here five yeara ago from Brooklyn. NY. and lived at 1101 Madruga. Coral, Gablex. Surviving, are .hi* wMe, I.Ill Ian. son, Henry: arid daughter. Mrs. -Wllma Kati Service* were In Brooklyn, with local arranajements.by Riverside Memorial (*ha|>el. ARTHURSAMHELS •4. of 14a Jefferxon ave.. died June 17. He came here six yeara ago from New York, and la survived by h,* wife, Kdlth: son. Iiruoe: and daughter, Karen were June I* at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. "Washington ave.. with burial In Star of Mail,I ("eniet. 11. „ ALBERT 2EROFF tca/ r V-, f. ,urnl J. ar .' %  '•'"nan of JJ12 SW 23rd ter. died June He came here ten yea-, ago from New York, and was a veteran of World War I member of the American Leerlon and Elks. Surviving are his wife, Mary three aona, Selwln, Hecbert and rhrPrd; and three alatere. Service* were J\?£ K i 8 ,' '* !" d "n Funeral Home, with burial In Star of David Ceme-. • %  ?".£ %  J ,* ANETTe CLAMIT2 i4 of 263 NB 14th at., died June 7. She came here 12 years ago from Chicago, h.irvlvlng are a daughter, Mrs. u.,^'"* """'h. *lter and two grandchildren. Bervlcea were June at Gordon runeral Home, with buiial in Mt >ebo Cemetery. ABRAHAM FEINBERO SO, of :.0 ME M4th at., died June 7. ne from-New York la year* ago. and Waa a retired fur dresaer. Surviving are hix wife. Sally, two aotta, Vr. Isidore Ke In berg and Ur Marvin Fields; a daughter, Mrs. Stella liaitx two slaters and a brother. He wax a membei ol Wmkniena Circle J9. Bervtces and burial were la the Bronx, N.Y.. with local arrangements by Rlvoiside Memorial Chapel. SYDNEY N. BLOCK '''. ov. %  i •,.• a I i lllli plot 'l %  lie.) Jin,, ( ||,. in, ICIkx I.odge safe Sui vlvli hi* lf.-, -M Hi ii. .i n, M Ii hHi ..... Mia Khelkman: and sisi.-r. .!.>'. Illi ('alii,', Sel \ i %  ai Riverside Memo ,i c ha pel. Vr. Klagler at., with burial In Mt.'Neltb JACOB SCHREIBMAN 71. of 3311 -eVhwarta. 'Haelno leaves two brotoers. IncggS h ag Meernaii K-. Miami. tfaVvk-es ,wre in Nw YofS, with local • arrasajeanesnx by lOorassB Funeral Home. JOSEPH COHEN *.".. of 7420 Carlyle ave.. died Mai ..1. Sin living are his wife. Anna: Mn sons. Harold and Irving; and a daughter. Mr*, l.llllaii Berman. S. rvice* were In Chicago, with local arrangement* by Riven-Id.Memorial ChapeL MRS. ROBE SONSKV ,1. of L'Wii s\V :'",th ter.. died June 1. She came here five years ago from Philadelphia Surviving are her husband. bSsata; mother. Mr*. Bather Fltser; x no local survivors. Serviate n wer.in West wood. K.J. WILLIAM SCHATZ 58. of 4730 Hine Tree dr.. died June IS. He was an emplovee of the First Continental Mortgage Co., and came here xlx year* ago from Brooklyn Surviving are his wife. Sylvia, and brother and sister. Services were In Brooklyn. Wltb local arrangement* by Rlveralde Mi mortal Chapel ALBERT A. VICTORSON *9, hotel manager, died ,June 14. He came here C6 years ago from Brooklyn, NY and lived at 1030'lS6th st Hla wife. Ada. survives. Service* were June 14 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington ave., with burial In Paradise Memorial Hardens. .Y. -4brrvivlng are hla wife, niorla: son. Nathan: and .daughter. Mrs. Ruth Brodsky. He also bavee a stater. Services were May 2S at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Waxhlnraan •are., with burial In Mt. Sbsal Cemetery. ^ MRS. OILOA BURLIN i Si. of S41 SW 43th St., d|ed May hike came here seven yeara ago fr Clnoaanatl and waa a meaxber of SeutkWest Jewish Center Blsterha Surviving are her husband. Ma aon. Norman, daughter. Karen: saga three sisters. Including 'Mrx. Dorl* Heleon. Miami. Services wre May S .it Cordon Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. N.bo Ometerv Nebo 3. He New L FRIEOLANOER 63. of ^1 NW 2th at., died Jun cam,' here 17 year* ago from York and wax a waiter. There are no local survivors. Arrangement* were In charge of Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. W. Flagler at., with burial in Mt. Nebo i'emet< NATHAN BOVERNICK 70. of 732 Kuclid ave.. died June 3. He came to Miami 13 yaara ago front Boston. He wax a membei of th, Jewlxh Home for the Aged, Retarded I Children's Home, Youth Alliance and li'nal B'rlth. He lx aurvlvad t,> his wife, Harriet, son, Henri, on. I ther and two sisterx Sen Ices were at Riverside Memorial Chapel LOUIS 0INSBERG 7*. of Mix ME liayxhore pi., died Me>, SI. He ame here 12 year* ago frofif Brooklyn, and wa"* a retired insurance. agent. Sisrvlvlng are two aona, Tcdqe and Melvln King. Service* were May 2< at Mtr-Nebu Cemetery, with loeaJ anangemaait* by Rlverxnl. vie mortal Chapel. W. Flagler at. MRS. ESTELLE WASSERMAN of 4S* Indian Creek dr died May 2a. She had lieen a w Int. r vlxltcCr here from Loasj Island, N V for 1*1 year*. Surviving are her hiwhaav}. Charles: two son*. Melvln and Walter. ice* end'burial were In New York, with local arrangements by River*!** Memorial chai • nrt /VASHINGTON M II To Sen-1 Yen h Our Pbasavt t=d. J. Vlschi Real Estate in All its Branches ISM* M.I. nh AI n 4-44*1 HENRIETTA LAUB ROTHHOLZ 74, of 1320 SW S.'.th ave died June 21. She came to Miami four years ago from New York, and waa a retired ea c relary. She 'a survived by her daughter, Mra. Francea M. Horedster. Ihree si*tore and two brother-. Bervlcea and burial were In New -York, with local srrancmnts |iy HeUanan Funeral Chapel* DAVID L. LORBER 80. retired shtpplag clerk, of 1047 Kuclid ave died June 12 He came here %  IX yeara ago from Cleveland. Surviving n Hi w if.-, Kanale. feur aaws. In. lu.llng Rmanuel No. Miami Beaoh: and a dniarbter Services and barlal were In Cleveland, with local arrangebv HK'eraide Memorial Chapel. JACOB BALK 41. of 420 Michigan ave died June :• A security officer at the Hank of Miami Beach, he was knewn as the "*mlle-a-mlnute cop." He retired after 14 years on the Philadelphia I'ollce Force before Homing here In %  Kl. For thre years, he directed heavy traffic at Bird aad 1-eJeune rd". In Coral Cables. He aad hi* wife. Mildred, had visited Miami since IS33 before coming here to IKe In It&l. He was a Mason, member of American Legion. Marine veteran of World War 1 and a Navy veteran of YWortd War II. In addition to hla wife, he leaves a aon. Bruce, snd a slater. Military funeral was held In Baltimore, with local arrangements by Riverside Memorial Chapel. 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•s's*?*? +Jei§l'fk'A*"L r ri*r,.] Page2-B This cheerful trio showed women welfare leaders from 12 Southern state how Miami planned and worked out better communal services in 1953. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers (left was chairman cf the day at a luncheon session Saturday at the Southern States regional conference of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in the Americana hotel. Mrs. Harold Solomon (center) was a participant in the program, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, made the presentation address. Three-Day Confab Ends With CRC Resolution Three-day convention of the Southern Section of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds wound up at the American hotel Sunday with a resolution reaffirming the national CJFWF position on community relations councils. •ahaaaaa o4 the Greater %  EL'21 mm §*+** tmn 2 A-cepf of inttrr>pendency of human resource*. a* SMafJ C V>rrS £ ,,r,J, ( r k !" i,,sh Federation. a, a won, voted m I id Commuiutj S orgaainu empower ta .renter easeRMfflIn hit kajnate address opt ihe three-day parley. Heiman poit.t ed to the record-breaking abundance "as true evidence of Uic growing streng:h and matun:> of the Jewish communities in the South." The CJFWF ii ihe national association of 213 local central Jewish community organizations, representing more than 800 Jewish own mumues in the United Sutes and Canada. Through their unite' community campaigns, these mem ber agencies annually raise the bulk of Jewish philanthropic fund^ which are allocated to agencie providing health and welfare ser\ ices in America. Europe, North Africa and Israel The Council pro vides central services for its memMHCfa Newly-elected president of the Greaser Miami Jewukj tion is Sam J. Herman (right) ehown ^arith Morris L Dallas, Tex., who delirefed the principal address a] tion's annual dinner meeting last week. Jafie n aewha president of the Southern Section. CouscJ of Jowv | tions and Weliaie Fund*. her agencies and represents teesn in matters of Jewish concern en national and international levels. Exchange Club Reelects Genet The resolution emphasized the Sou'hem region's accord with the na'ional CJFWF position calline upon areas not serviced by central community relations councils to join Ihe many cities throughout thr country with long-established CRC's. The reso l ution indicated retanition of MM autonomy of *he wading American Jewish civic defense aaen cu t, indicating Mtat the f un c tio n of community retationt councils is to work in accord with them — not to usurp their Mies or re suoercede them. In regional elections here. Morris Jaffe, of Dallas. Tex., succeeded Sam J. Heiman. of Miami, as president. Heiman stepped up to the presidency of the Greater Mi ^mi Jewish Federation during the 21st annual meeting of Federation Saturday evening at the Americana. The meeting was part of the overall three-day CJFWF convention here. This year's welfare fund campaigns to meet crucial local and national needs, and to help Israel absorb recently-arrived immi"rants, were 8 percent ahead of last year, delegates were told at the conference. The 190 delegates and commun sty leaders who came from J5 ma ier citiesin 12 Southern sUtes heard Sherman Kaoian. president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Dallas, address the conferees and emphasize the fact that, despite the increases in-fund-raising. the community achievement had failed to meet the total hearth and welfare needs. "The needs far outstrip the funds we raise." be said. Saul Genet. Miami Beach attorm>. ;>> reelected head of the Miami Beach Exchange Club and installed Wedaesday evening at thr Saxony hotel. Installing officer was Duran.i ., StKjorine NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce &f -Oz. Size Bottle Only 75c In a session on the continuing ••!* of larasel. Label Kori, of fsew Orleans, international president of B'nai B'rith, who recent ly returned from Jerusalem, V dared: 'American Jewry has a continuing responsibility to Iscaal-to help provide housing, schools, education, vocational training. Even if immigration coated for three yo.r,, H* jn ternal economic needs would still be as great," ho said. 1,2th r LaS er P r0Mdt -t of the Jewish Community Council nt Rich ZZ Yc ?". n,ed oul lhaI wWare m.miV b0lh ar8e and sma11 commun ties are essentially the same -nd lauded the role of the cen.rai Fedcration as a year round com! rnunity.plannmg service and fundraising instrument. J^if^i eXecu,,ve *• tor ol ihe Jewish Welfare Feder* '7 "Dallas, principal .U^i a discussion on local requirements Jewish education, fam.ly and ch.l asar r wreauon ^ s ^1_^"" B. Rosenberg, a^a^LssW^RW VCeM "aVTC J >CV Walter B Fries, a djrector and • assistant to the president of the Curtis, National Bank of Miami j Springs, was named best-dressed man on the Saacoast by the St. i Petersburg Tunes. Fries also is i vice president of the First Nation ;al Bank of St Petersburg, aad i spends most of his time in that nt> He won the best-ereaard 'honor in a contest sponsored bv the newspaper. Hollada.v president of the Fleriee Exchaofta i *•& OtherlastaBrd were Leo Eisen'.in vice president. Royal Jonas, secretary: Maurice Young, treasurer. Jack Frertar, chairman of the board of control; and Jack Gold. Lou Fried. Marvin SchappHI. B. Holland Oppenbetmer tad Sol Cohen members of the board of control Genet is active in the Hebrew Academy He is a director of ike Miami Beach Bar Aasn.. viee president of the Zionist Organisation ^ Amenta. Southeastern region, aad vice president of the Miami Beatfk Zionist District. Miami Beach Exchange Clskb meets every Wednesday nooa at Ihe S.,nm hotel NOW Perfcdrl UftaTlLN SUCH KsuTer AU mom TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Sol*, that w .iohty pr.bJ.^ ••rva plenty of nutr.tiosj*, flavor** I Auust Bros Sroad m*eo 'rom soloct ^^ mkml flmtr ^ *"*•"" • shorHninp. • fUMPiRNKRH ••* •VIINI'.'.M^; | •rtthXNMUt ote tOUS G In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES For Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 The great nan,, in d.i ry prodoeU PRANK J. 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tnsmgmsKifWSSSMSSfiiittt^^, HV3 BY.. MUTE ild oman s 1*U/ Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Roseaihal and Mr and Mrs. George Wolpert are back from their Oriental tour Eleven weeks in the Far East was ample time for covering much ground The foursome spent five days in Hawaii, flew on to Tokyo, and got their first glimpse of Japan in the form of snow-capped Fujiyama as their plane land at Hanedo Airport Rosenthal and Wolpert headAcre at the imperial hotel in Tokyo, from whence they fttended tour of the country, including Yokohama, Kama^^anshita, Atami, Nagoya, Koshikojima in the well-known ea, and Toba, home of the Mikimoto pearl farms J to Osaka, where Dr. and Mrs. Rosenthal met their son, bne P. Rosenthal, stationed in Japan with the U.S. Air %  Father and son, incidentally, attended the Japanese Denonventioo in Tokyo together, where Dr. Alfred presented lie to 75 Japanese dentists through the aid of an inter The Roaenthal-Wolpert itinerary resumed for a flight with its Buddhist temples, Macau, Portuguese colony th of Hong Kong, and fabulous Hong Kong, itself, septhe Red China mainland by a narrow quarter-mile Then back to San Francisco aboard the SS President ns met along the way: Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Coleman, I. Al Fuchs, and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlapik. re a man ... On the day the George A. Simons are to heir new house, George is supposed to leave for his rolling stint Wife Charlotte is just as smart She's | the move until George returns Oscar Mamber back ip to Israel and bursting with news about all the wondersaw there Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt have just Mn Mobile, Ala., after a visit with their daughter and [Mr. and Mrs. Barry Haiman Barry and Barbara liami in August "Pepi," an adorable French poodle, his new home for a month ... He lives with Mr. and Frumkes and daughter, Sherri, at 3601 N. Prospect Grove Sherri, who's all of 6, hates to leave her sd white room to go to camp Mother Natalie is Les Girls of Federation. easesDiamond's Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz left Wednesest Airways for a two-week vacation in Mexico Dave at departure time "this is going to be a second honey Rabbi Joseph RackoVsky, of Beth Tfilah Congregation, the wedding vowa exchanged by Miss Aviva Kaminetex Kleinman June 21 at the Sterling hotel Bride liter of Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Kaminetzky. 1544 fee., educators here, who were tendered a Bon Voyage %  ter Miami Hebrew Teachers Assn. several weeks ago lir departure for a tour through Israel reasons why Mrs. Harry Markowitz and Mrs. Rayweren't at their women's club luncheon Saturday itz' son. Robert, is home for ten days from bis Coast ee. and of course, he's getting the red carpet treatmenl I'S husband, Ray, is still in a brace and much in need Louise Alpert rattling around in their lovely Venetian >me these days Son Jonathan is in New York, and [teen-age daughter Martha has taken off for Tallahassee in for their siblings—if not very successfully—are the and cat National Council of Jewish Women twin.-. Kempner and Mrs. Dorothy Stone are off to Motel Row eks of vacation With them, besides Doris' husband lighter isher new black poodle, Nickey, who needs a %  Derate from his penicillin shot Poor thing had a Also in the happy group is Dorothy's gray poodle, ent the morning in the beauty parlor prior to the Gold L Colonial Inn has a wing just for dogs—and their Mrs. Jack Apte, of 435 SW 31st rd., pioneer Miamians, I for a month's tour of Scandinavia and Switzerland [were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson—he's the Stylecraft The Jacobson* will be on the continent for two adding Italy to the itinerary Lester Rhine and | bopped into the oceanfront Sterling hotel for a summer them is son Jodah, •*•... Lester is the New York nufacturer and president of the Flatbush Yeshiva and bis Marcella will be gone for a month on their through the West Coast and Canada Also away for Mrs. Doris Pollack, of Miami Beach Doris saw Camp Lakeside, N.C., then left for Gotham Town youngsters away: Neal Goodman is spending the sumele F Dude Ranch in Lake Wales ... The 14-year-old [and Mrs. Sam C. Goodman, 6236 SW 10th ter., will enter High in September He's an honor student and erod the Science Fair first prize in bis classification iami Junior High. [Goings and Comings: Guesting it at Duncraggan Inn, ille, N.C., are Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenkes, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman The Sam are in Washington, D.C., attending the B'nai B'rith disation there Then, off to New York City for vacation with family and friends ... On their return here, they brer with daughter and son-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Daniel en at Fontana, N.C M r. and Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz 1 3 806 Flamingo dr. home for a visit with their children I, prior to settling for the summer in Atlantic City i planning to be in Israel during the High Holy Days isin and children Lynnie and Robert, of Toronto, are Ir. and Mrs. Michael Sossin, of the Blackstone residence Mrs. Sossin will motor back to Canada with the be joined by Mike in mid-July. c • a a white gloves Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Ralph Spero Rothman went to the matinee at the Deauville last Dorothy Rothman relax after the excitement of bar i wedding The seats were uncomfortable, the airsluggish, but the show, "Hilary," magnificent was breathtaklngly beautiful Also at the "CocoPlayhouse" in the Deauville: Mrs. Ellis Gunnel in a blue shirt, with her daughter Mrs. Martin Continued on Pas* 5-8 llewisfli Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, July 3, 1959 Section B Bon Voyage to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kaminetzky (right) wishes them well prior to departure for summer tour of Israel. Site was a recent party given by the Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers Assn. Right are Mrs. I. Z. Jack Bell, chairman of the men's division of the Committee of One Thousand, and Mrs. Edward J. Melniker, chairman of the) women's division, discuss the progress of their fifth annual drive for Variety Children's Hospital. Smiling onlooker is Lou Rubin, owner of Chandler's of New York restaurant, who was host to a committee lun c heon them last week. Sist er heed CoNee ScWu/ed Tifereth Israel Sisterhood is sponsoring a coffee and meeting at the Center, 8500 N. Miami ave., on July 14 at 10 a.m. Sisterhood members and congregation women are invited as guests. A tour of the kitchen will be conducted to acquaint members with the new faculties. Stadlan. association president, and Mr. Stcdlan. Center is Dr. Zev Kogan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Ben-Zvi Branch Has Meeting Here Newly-installed Ben Zvi Branch of the Labor Zionist Order held its first meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki on DiLido Island. A program committee beaded by Dr. Sylvan Schotz was appointed. Serving with him will be Michael Sossin and Cantor Abraham Seif. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, led a discussion of A. D. Gordon and his contributions to the establishment of Labor Zionism in Israel. Dr. Emanuel Stadlan showed slides on the rebirth of Hebrew. Newly-appointed board members are Mr. and Mrs. Dory Auerbach, Dr. Sylvan Schotz, Dr. Maurice H. Laszlo, Michael Sossin, Cantor Abraham Seif. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sternshcin. Attending the meeting was Oscar Bur stein, "Mr. Labor Zionist of 1059." The branch was also to meet Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dory Auerbach, 701 Paradiso ave., Coral Gables, at 8 p.m. July 2. Beth Am Will Hold Open House Temple Beth Am, SOW No. Kendall dr., will hold open house at a Sunday morning brunch July 13 between 10 a.m. and 12 noon. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader, will welcome the guests and escort them through the new Temple. Mrs. A. B. Wiener and Byron Cherkas, membership chairmen, will also greet visitors for a proview showing of the Mark Light Memorial School bldg. now bein completed to accommodate the growing number of children who will enter Beth Am Sunday school in the fall. In charge of information is Mrs. Morton Orbach. Camp Openings Still Available The Traveling Teens, a program of summer activities for junior high school boys and girls, still has a few openings for the second fourweek session, it was announced Wednesday by the Miami YMHA of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The Traveling Teens Club consists of boys and girls in the seventh, eighth and ninth grades. This group has spent the last two weeks visiting varied points of interest in the Greater Miami area. The program, geared to provide both stimulating activities and lots of fun under professional supervision, is a pilot project organized for the first time this summer by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Highlight of the second session, starting on Monday, July 13, will be an overnight trip to Key West (hiring the first week in August The group meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and all trips originate from the Miami YMHA, 450 SW 15th ave. Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith has planted a Molly Turner Memorial Tree in the B'nai B'rith Martyrs Forest in Israel. The memorial tree honors the popular ch. 10-TV 'Talk of the Town" hostess, seen Monday through Friday at 1C:30 a.m.



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cJewish Floridian C gm, l n i n | THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKU zroo y ime 33 — Number 27 Miami. Florida, Friday, July 3, 1959 — rr Two Sections — Price 20c Britons Urge Gov't Help Soften Egypt On Suez Canal Tiff X>NDON—(JTA)—The British government was criticized in Psrl ithis week for failing to take more vigorous action on behalf of l's right to freedom of shiping through the Suei Canal. neuran Bevan. leader of the British Labor Party, who Is often the "Shadow Foreign Secretary." asked the Foreign Office to the House as to which Uni-f Nations channels have taken question of Egypt's forbid [the passage of Israeli carthrough the Suez Canal. Darmsby-Gore, Minister of State jreign Affairs, replied that Inited Nations Secretary-Gen%  imself was "actively engagdealing with the problem. is an exceedingly unsetry situation," r e s ponded •van. "Didn't the Security :il declare that Egypt had tineas, in peace er in war, truct the passage of ship* ih the Soea Canal? Ought to take up the matter very much more urgency, ir than to see this interiorwith Israeli shipping ell the BENGURtON IN TEST Of STRENGTH Israel Flattens Attempt To Kill Bonn Arms Deal fXfOtT Of GMtMAM UWKMffS fKPlOsttS IATIST COAUTIOM CtfSIS JERUSALEM— he meeting which its leaders had earlon the executive board of the I c m m j* e % %  unconstitutional. United Nat.ons Children's Fund smce on v th e government has the since 1951. and which was in line ] Prerogative to negotiate with forfor the chairmanship of t he i e i n _P we r s Th i bnngm 8 L 0 .' s u h I UNICEF executive board, been eliminated from UNICEF has I 1 leadership for eight years. the first time in it this a slow-moving busiThis fact became known here from the minutes of the last meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, made pubinsisted Mr. Bevan. "Over. he in connection with ECOSOC's er again, we are having inj next meeting in Geneva this week. es of this sort, and. appari ECOSOC is the UN organ which we are able to bring no pres] elects members to the boards of [at all on Egypt." various subsidiary UN bodies, inLabor M.P., Sydney Sil-1 eluding UNICEF. asked whether it was not _^^^ ___ ECOSOC's last setstan was held in April, wt Mexico City. At that time, Israel again was a candidate for the UNICEF axthat the Government's "into do anything effective" result of the Government's long policy regarding the Canal. Continued en Pege 2 A proposal to the committee by members of his own Cabinet would be considered by him as an act of non-discipline, he warned. After hurling this challenge, the Premier left the Cabinet meeting which, however, continued without Mm for M minutes. His leeving the meeting was regarded as mt% ultimatum, end the meeting ended Inconclusively. Meanwhile, it was announced on Monday that the General Zionist Party, which is not represented in the Cabinet, decided to support Israel's arms deal with West Germany. A resolution to this effect was adopted Sunday night by the executive committee of the party. ier Sunday with Premier Ben-Gurion at which the arms deal issue was discussed. The Premier also met with leaders of other opposition parties—the National Religious Party and the Agudah Party— whom he informed about the backContinued on Pago 7-A DAVID MN-GUniOH ceeJiaoges apposttioiss Correspondent in Agonizing Complaint Stories of Anti-Semitism in Russia NATIONS—(JTAV-Tbe latest press reports detailing offianti-Semitism in the Soviet Union were seen here this week as caused much mere excitement in Soviet circles than such acns have brought about in the past, usually sauve and congenial 4 at for Tass, the offiiriet news agency, made deBod efforts to trace the ee of the press reports which cited specific cases of antiactivity like the closing of gogues, the destruction of of old Jewish cemeteries, 1 the arrest of Jews on charges I "Zionism" because, in High Day services, they had utthe traditional prayer: "Next in Jerusalem." Toss Vladimir Oserov, insisted on trying to treee the sour c e of those detailed reports by repeatedly demandlng that Saul Carson, it ish Tele g raphic Agency aaMndent at the United Nation., tog him the source of the hworCarsen teM Mm: "I knew the source. If I did. tell 1AM C AISON e MMoillaaQlaaaai e e o lwp#ff CWmVnWwwtwm "I do not understand why you refuse to reveal the aource," per* sisted Oserov. "I am a member of the UN Correspondents Assn., as you are." "For one thing," Carson replied, "If the source happened to be Russian, he'd be shot tomorrow." Oserov, who was accompanied by aaother Tass r epre se ntative, Vladimir Bogachev, made his final approach to Carson during a luncheon of the UN Correspondents Assn. honoring a colleague. The exchange bet ween the Tass man and the JTA writer culminated with some hot words from both, thus becoming public. Later, each apologised to the other, and the two agreed that "this unfortunate misunderstanding will not disturb good professional relations between us." At one point In the exchange, Carson teM Oserov: "If Teas would issue a factual statement about those reports, not merely citing the Soviet Constitution. hot factually detailing the truth or falsity of our re p orts, mat would make news," Oserov dM net pick u* the cheNenge. It was obvious to all correspondents and others here that a Tass Cawtlwoid en Page • A Cabinet Minutes Show Talk Of German Buy Last December JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, in his capacity of Defense Minister, sought the Cabinet's authorization as far back as last December to sell Israeli arms abroad under a 1949 law. This was revealed Tuesday as the government made available tc the press minutes of past Cabinet meetings, to back Mr. Ben-Gurion's stand in regard to the sale of grenade launchers to West Germany. At the meeting of the Cabinet/ in mid-December, Minister of Development Mordechai Bentov, a member of the left-wing Mapam Party, asked Mr. Ben-Gurion: "Who* is ordering the arms?" The minutes show that Mr. Ben-Gurion replied: "From various countries in Europe." josttco minister Pinnas Koton, of the Progressive Party, seM: "Wo should know from which counvrtos. SRT. Ban vurion mon 'Prom a nu m har of ceunMf, Gormany, perhaps also a third country.'' Mr. BwfVvwr(#ii tfi#fi twtd ffft# €•••• net. "I em asking for general imV A month later, the subject came up at another Cabinet meeting. Mr. Bentov and Israel Bar Yehuda, Minister of the Interior, representing the Achdut Avodah, were absent that time. Mr. Ben-Gunon asked the Cabinet to approve not only the sale of arms hut also the manufacture of arms for that purpose. Approval was granted. On Mar. 29, the issue was brought before the Cabinet in another context. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. a member of Mr. Ben-Gurion's Mapei Party, informed the Cabinet that some foreign currency income was expected from West Germany. Minister of Health Israel Barzilai, of the Mapam Party, raised the question about the sale of arms to Germany. Mr. Ben-Gurion replied by asking which of the Jewish laws forbids sale of arms to West Germany. "It is not written in the Bible," responded Mr. Barzilai, "but I think we should not sell en Pege 3 A French Bigot Made to Resign Post PARIS—


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SmSBBBBxBHSStmmM '•;••: -ij*Sr*iB^BBBBBBBBj 1 ,, ^fe£&*&££%&!sa*ss ?C£e 8-B WORD mm* Children's Corner by Isadore Shavrick *. ANAGRAM Rearrange thf Iftifn in thf irord ; below and see if vou can form MS nj K of a Biblical character. HALE MOW NOT VXFFK HISTORY QUIZ 1. Who led the /<-nrlitf< after Mo$ts' 2. What group of leaden \ed the I Uraehtes after Joshua'' '• Which judge defeated the Midtanius uith onk 500 men' I %  Which judge sacrificed hij daughter because o; a Joolah | war' 5 Which ludge ii ccuidered to hare been the sirongest man who net lived' Which famous udft was a woman 7 Who teas the la^t of the mdje? and the Jirit o; the prophets' I Who was the f.rst Ijmg of Israel' 3 Who was the -ec.md ^in; firael' Who was the third fynfj of Israel' \jme the luo ^mgdom< into : uhich Israel u'ai divided after I the death of he' last fyng. 12 Who was the fA| ^mg of the I Itrngdom to the north' 1Who was the first l(ing of the £ kingdom to the south' !Which country on^uered : %  northern kingdom' 1: Which country conquered the southern kingdom' #• %  MttVEl NPXT tttSK %  %  -%  'MlMiia LAST WEEK'S ANSWERS Htm wya 'icirtff i^ Circle r Workraen's lives may Join.the JewiihNm Fund Council here, accord*? an announcement this week n? Zcu~JCeaa, RajiiMlrv^^irw^*! the Greater Miami JNF Couara' Johan L. Berman and jJZ Mechlow met with Workmen'so cle branch leaders here to dta^ thil possibility. Sefce..^ Joseph sowed seed throughout Eftpt and then gathered the npe com during the Tears of Plent* Change SEED to CORN in aVM steps by altenng only ont letter each time a neu> u'ord u formed Clues: Step \o. 3 means "to stoop." Step \V 5 means "part of a i^elelcn." Robert Deutseh Rabbi Isaac Lerer will officiate at the Bar Mittvah of Robert Larry Deutach Saturday morning. July 4. in Monticelio Park Congregation. Robert is the son of Mr. aid Mrs. Arthur Teichner. He is a -eventh grade student at North Miami Beach Junior High, and attends Monticelio Park religious school. A native born Miamian, his hobbies include science and music. Robert is a cellist in his school orchestra. Luncheon reception will be held in his honor Sunday. • • • David Asrak Bar Mitivah of David Airalt was celebrated Saturday. June 27. at Beth Israel Congregation. Rabbi Stanley Weiss officiated. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. lewMta War Veterans West Poet aad Auxiliary will hold barbecue dinner July n at ^_f home of Mr. and Mrs Maun*! Kate. 4M SW hd ave. Co-chaT men are Mrs. WUttam Avirora >MI Mrs. Stanley Getd. P.rfy it Vttaus M array Solomon Post 243, Jewish War Veterans, aad its Ladhr Auxiliary win five a party in Win} 17 of the Veterans Adminlqratioai Hospital at Coral Gables on Saterday evening. Mhn Gwen's Das*' inr School whi provide enterta*. Mat James Aaron, aM* Post ave. Hrl_ in the eighth grade at the Hebrw j Academy. Garden fete Scheduled" Coral chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver will hold a garden fete July 26 at the home of Mrs Al Gerstein, 526 Jeronimo dr., Cora! Gables. Chapter members will be chefs for foods served at the affair, which is scheduled to include swimming. In charge are Mrs. Gerstein and Mrs. Jules Weston. TCAV10RE Cl— | %  OTEL A* M* ST.. JE 1-0U1 • Air Conditioned r\o*m • rrlvat* Stach ml r*4 • Par*is n Frtffllm # • CMhlail Lauwae % • Dming H u m • Entirtainmnl 3 Dally Par Pir%.l OB4. PROM APRIL B|| TO MIAMIANS WHO ARE EXPERTS IN THE AIT OT not later than Number of times a 6UAT LOCATION on smart 57th Street between FrftfcS n^utT!?^ PePPW Nemed Vkt Pr '^ Central Park.. .Two Former Florida Sen. Claude Pepminutes to Radio City P er ha been elected a vice presi—a few short steps dent of Washington Federal Savto the new Coliseum. Ings and Loan Assa. Sen. Pepper waiiicr ^.i W as „. one ofthe original organuers VAlUf from $6.00 a day of Washington Federal, and has n#o~4M0.da r been director *ne it ;. s Found double. Even lower by • %  in 1852. In addition to his dutha'fveek or month. tie as vice president, Pepper will ACWII10AT10MSS^VT'^'SSri L. jht, mry. spacious association, whose asJs aj rooms and suites— total approximately M5 080 000 private tub bath, shower, ~ radio, TV and air conditioning if desired. The furnishings are new and colorful. Of special interest to families are the complete kitchenette f\ studio apartrnents. ^JGREAT NORTHERN (liHOTEL V: '1UW.57$T. r M.Y.lt .1 TIL. CIRCLE M900 asaMri^m MOCNUK S AM KNICKERBOCKER NEW YORK CITY 400 ROOMS Nawty Furnished t"*ry Ro,m M ••*, SINGLES from $5 DOUBLES from So Al Wa^tly ,*„ ^ Air CesaWeaksf Ar.,1^ MA^r^nr !" PRIVILEGED TO M THE HOST TO SO O^ ^^ GL0BE DOTTING folks from the South. Whether LatfT IZ-f, y a ex,ended nation or as part ok a trip abroad. veri \ % rememb Y^ GALEN 107 an anar adce^l ln l uxu ou relaxation. Inquire for datails of pSffr!?" 7 Umou u fr aarric dlraet from r-niiadelphia airport DISTINGUISHED FACIUTIES *HEl b air ^ ondrtk *l ac^ommoekiaoaar apaoioas ^ auitea. private cottages. • HeadTint h p 0, f S^PioMhlp coswa. John Yocum. Pro. Headline Entertalnment-throughout Saaaon. Dancag mghtry under the to?.: Atsanoan and Latm orchasbjoa. "MWKMB • Aguotic show, and moonliqht barbacuam


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TK^TUCJt/iCVK&fA^ SOT?** pCiK3S ^^/jA/ferA** 7 .255-Hi Page 2A (toy Talk Last •You have, however," Mr. *•: R*i^ ol the £2! Thcy U d ecired "themGorion wTetc to JJ* ^^ "** [*-Bar Yehudrt^g Suave, and the sa.e of ^ J~ ^^ opposed" to ^^* U ,*J n "* f ^^Sf 4 MI added by the government 0 Germany. Repoe cancellation uw wcu o. o K Cabinet minutes states: "No s "< —-*- IMt.l .our Drop**.*, or* adopUd. e-H— *" '"• A 5S.1 Germans have murdered ana ^g^ggfe o< Com* rm s to Germany. I a 8Bd ^ ££„'%£ 5a£ b *J £ r cussion of the subject." the oot Western Germ w ^ ^ nlerwr Isrtel Bar ••Good," answered the Prime ^^ t0 a* "P"' and Ychudah. Minister "next week. But do you East Germany has murdered p „ SSto sal of arms only to West a(s0 uken ,be possessions. There | Qn Apf |n role the Pre Germany or to East Germany „ trW difference. Mr .mier and referred to the fact IMi looMr. Barzilai said he objects .. Ncverl heles.s." responded Mr ^ had bcen no MM onjbe to such sale to East Germany as Bam i ai "there is a dif well. "Why did yew travel te Sett Germany?" asked Mr. Ben-Gurion. "I eve* refused to writo a letter to an East German protestor in regard to a book abovt Spinoia-altfcevgh thi* professor is a man of sterling character. I Eid that, had the inquiry eoene from e professor in SwNterland, I would hava wriHen willingly." "In my opinion." said Mr. Bar zilai, "it is possible and necessary to travel to every internatioaal gathering m Germany, Eastern or Western. Everyone goes." Mr. Ben-Gurion insisted. "It is permissible to travel to West GerMr. Ren-Ovrieei replied MAHtiswd KM C abinet regarding) Hse sale at fsw eetaatttaijoB ^ ffsMMBt" They tfL? MU. tbey request IL,, Uott should not he. Sis days later, Mr %  reiUratad the txutmJ and culon on this iMoeffel foJod it "amjdied so all cewestrkN |^ a JJ J^J* sold to igj ,• He pointed MJ turned to the question of, J J* ^ffie, m£,r*. they the deeis-M ^* !" many or submated any mo,,on ^ ^ ho _p. that, pendmj, ^J^UJ • one Germany or suwniueu ..j .-.—xpresse d the nope m.i. ^..— %  %  '-*.—"~^ Vj_T a. the next meeting or smce ^ cussjon he r^n*. Ministry cerd.nfl.v On t* Raetltt of fhe Aside from the Cabinet meeting d ufce no s ep 0 Imp | f men! matter, your altitude surpriaea ane, bat you are entitled lo hold it, ass! Israel Uses Sure' Posts With UN Children's Agency &£gSe 0k etwee Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MOMRN AM-tONMTKMMD, ENLARGED BEACH LOCATIONS MOM FAKKING SPACE CONVfN/ENT TO ItfSES 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-7425 E.tr. Washington Ave. Mezzanine 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phono JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES Continued from Page M ocutivo board. The minutes show that hrasA was net electee. Israel first became a memhar of the UNKEF osteeutivo board in 1S51, held the ehoirmanship of the UN ICE F program commitFrshrng rornome-f fo Open too in IKS aid lti, aatd hold the vice chairmanship of the OKocutivo board for IN) and ISM. The new board, without Israel, will take office January 1, 1H. In addition to voting against Israel for the UN1CEF post, ECOSOC also eliminated Israel's candidacies for the Social Commission, the Commission on Human Rights, and } ...... the Population Commission. The Beginning this weekend, the fish fc h f (h irN ICEF execu I shall snake Sfo vaaa attempt to prove the absurdity of your proposal." The two Mitusters replied lint I they did Met recatl • decision "that can be relfcad | on the rah* of arms to Germany by the Defense Ministry without c o CONTRc fc SIHCf ^^Hli DAILY MCK-UPI TO you reel in may earn you an award, as the 11th annual Miami W VDKVTtra Rabbi Joseph L Rackovsky &f 45 MKUKAN AVENUE, MIAM> |UO Mioo. JE14SH high posts of the UNICEF execu-,j tive board and the program cornaward, as the 11th annual Miami mMtee the lattcr ^ng the gronp Beach slimmer fishing tournament tha( formulat „ Ihe „,„,„.,„„ of gets underway The nine week Lm EF ^^ throughout the 5 meet officially starts at midnight world nave ^^ fl|W „„ ,„.„,., rnday night and runs through ^ Labor Day. All South Honda and ., ., .. ,,J visiting anglers are eligible to EL,. 2 !" Ha !" a "th w £ f \ compete for the plaques, troph.es Isr af 5 !" \. Ambassador Des.g^ and citations awarded each year nale ,0 Washln n to the winners in the tournament's A spokesman for the Israel del, four divisions-general, plug casteB'on bcre commented on the! ing, fly casting and spinmng. failed Nations report. He empha' | sized that Israel had chosen this 1 time not to run for any leading po-': W PPETUATI YOUR |' s i,ion in UN,CEF NAME or Yow loved Ones Dead" fssoe His Subject Get In Tooch win. JNf Telephone JE 8-6464 M. 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Paq 5-B anv at Tenrphr Nw Tamid included this scene cm-"The King and I." by Mrs. Joseph SherbiU. are -Mrs. Zvi Feinetein. faculty member, Douglas Fabric, faculty member, and Kenneth Avick; mute Marty Grossman, 1084 Venetian Way, the insurance ease, took Mrs. O. to King. Arthur's Court, Mtamr Springs Villas, lor dinner our in the form of a "pre office-moving party" Singina hit of the show recently at Green Mansions hotel was four-year-old Suaan Nathan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nathan "MaW" is Green Mansions general manager for his father-tnlawy Merray Bloom Add grandand beamed from ear to ea aa Sunn sang "God BftMe A dren, Allan, Michael, and Linda Currently visiting them are Mr*. Rose Gtiek, Retina's mother, of BrOoUyn, NY, as well as her sister, brother-in-law, well aaher sister andbrother-inlaw, Mr. and'Mrs. Ah* Staff in, and Ann, of Deltas, Tex. And: Mr. and Mrs. Milliard (Miriam* Clein marked their 23th silver wedding anniversary last Wednesday night Party at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Ruth) Lubin, 2131 SW 87th ct, honored the couple, who were married June 24, 1934, in Miami Milliard and Miriam have two other daughters, PauUpe and Diane Guests 'TncTuded Miriam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, as well as Milliard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Clein; who recently marked their 64th anniversary ... AH are pioneer Mfamtaes. from Page IB was accompanied he three men in the tea h er husband pious and charming TiTiis talking.. to the intermission. <> hectic June for Mr. trry Mflsen. of the As outgoing Beth Israel Sister'romised July 4 are promCarmen when she entertainment dree fr of ceremonies at tel. Sid Lewis aid will also return on fleeted ctors of the AmeriLoan Assn. Wed kneed the election of ay asa vice presisavings institution. star mortgage loan Savings. sick announces the offices for the genlaw at Suite 1130 L. DuPont Meg., hood. Sylviawas besy argaatasng her new officers' installation Harry came home from a business trip to Commons, Ga., in time to drive" their offspring, Henry and Andrea; to theairport, where they took off for a summer visit with their grandparents in Montreal Then Sylvia finished off* her year's duties' as president by dotng the honors* as hostess to her executive board at a donor luncheon at the Sterling hotel ... In between which, there were all those lovely Jutse brides needing floral bouquets for their wedding vows Miss Elizabeth Sugarmaa guest of honor at a luncheon last week in the Airier* hotel Mrs. Ben Weiss. 16001 Collins ava., was hostess Elizabeth becomes the bride of William Gross, of Atlantic City andMiami Beach, sometime this summer. June grad from*' Harvard-' law school Robert S hap i r o is back in Miami visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M* (Lee) Shapiro He's sehedufed to take tdse Plor idsBar exam in August ;." Also here is Ma fiancee,Min Breads Bernstein, ofPortland Me. She plans to return shortly to Portland, to plan their wedding vows Sept. 0 hi tha* city ... Me. and Mrs. Max R~ Silver left for upper NewYorkand a summer cottage there Jftt will cornChosen for two charm and beauty contests is Gins Brammer, 20-year-old daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Philip Brsmmer, of Havana, Cuba, and Miami Beach Contests are being held in conns c t ton with the election of a Miss Skehie, HI., and a Mtoa B'nei B'rith of Illinois, where Gins is staying with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. LeRey Goldberg Boss Voyage luncheon at the Algiers hotel last week honored Mrs. Sam (Diane) Taran, 713 Fairway dr., who left shortly thkeaaJMr for Lisbon, Madrid, Kama and London Hiatnasi were Mrs. Harvey Goodman, 8330 Byron ave., Mas. Jerome Pergsment, 1810 Daytonia rd., and Mrs. Eugene J. Schwartz, 9013 Dickens'ave: Beiutifm pink and orchid flowers and candles, with a largepink sailing vessel and smaller ships among the flowers, were the decorations used for the affair. > > On the Anniversary Front: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Lillian) Traurig will be hosted Sunday on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary They were married July 0, 1919 in Waterbury, Conn., and came to Miami 20 years ago Celebration will be from 4 to 7 p.m., at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. 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"rBRjG X* n MAW Y ffiMT IEONAUD Wto fa$sp££££ i, w know yo or* a rroiklwil ot LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to rnni' In business under the fictitious name of STAan/B MEATS wed MOrVMM>N •} l3*.Wi'Mhaatt, HlMnl. Florida Inlands to register aalil name with the <"•* •* the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 1.. II. MEAT CORP. a Florida corporatnm. sole owner •RNgBW NEAL IIKIXW Attorney for Anrdlcant "10 Alnsley Building Miami It. Florida •• _, S/M, 7/I-10-17 •eOTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTlbE IS HKIUlV OIVEN that the gnderslgivrd. dest'lnr to eneaVe In business umjfr the fictitious name of ABBV MOflM) a> STORAGE CO. at 2400 N.W. Hat Terrace. Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Ctrcult Court of Dad* Count*. Florida. BHTHER BPJMJIN */l-1-17*M NOTICI UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the IWMMIM. deWtn* to mi in hutness under the fte-tltMi a name iT GIZFXLA MICHAEL* at 15I Lenox of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. _____ OBBbU SALAMON Sole Owner GEORGE J. ALBOUM Attorney for Sola Owner /i>-:. 7/t-io NOTICI UNTY JUDGE'S COURT R DADE COUNTY, IOA IN PROBATE No. 4*327 B Me of POLLACK, TO CREDITORS bra and All Persona HavDemanda Against Said eby notified and reqiilr: any claims and demands may have against the 'IMUEL POLLACK delude County. Florida, to dges of l>adc County, and In their offices In the t ho use In iMde County, eight calendar months of the ftrst publication same will be barred. POLLACK, Executrix %  I Will and Testament of nllnck. deceased. PER, Attorney sliding /M. 7/I-II-1J •TV JUDGE'S COURT DADE dbuivTV, IN PROBATE No. of TO CREDITORS and All Persons HavDemands Against Said y notified and required claims and demands lay have against the E. ElJJoTT dectaasS iinty. Florida, ta the of Dade County, and Tin their offices In the In Dade Couttty. eight calendar months of the ftrst publication same will be barred, demands shall be Hi onialn the place of rsl•I office address of the [shall be sworn to fey the attorney or agent. EI.IA ELLIOTT JltKKNK, Attorney [Trust Building LfGAL NOTICI IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA, I PROBATE In RE: Eatate of ABRAHAM YOL'NO NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demand* which you may have arsln^t the eatate of ABRAHAM TUL'SO deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the 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 dale of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. BETTY F. YOUNG, Administratrix ALFRED KREISLER. Attorney S00 Alnsley Building */U. 7/S-10-17 !/!. 7/1-10-17 %  Y PUBLICATION _;UIT COURT or THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, No. 51CSS0O PAILD1NU ITZI'A THICK, FOR DIVORCE B. F1TZPATRIOK %  wood Drive, Apt. A.21 la. New York B Kitspatrlck. are hereIthat a Bill of Complaint has been filed against |pu are required to srve a tx Answer or Plesuing to Complaint a the ltth day of July. u fall to do so. JuauMgn' [will be taken against you •f demanded In the Bill of -ce shall be published [for four consecutive weeks RWISH FLdWDUN. BID ORDERED at Htamt. 10th day of JSna. A.D „ WEATHERMAN. Cl*ra. lourt, l>ade County. Florida By. N A. HEWETT. I*ei>tny Clerk A WOLFSON Rnnd Building _Ch, Florida %  for Plaintiff i/)Mi-M,n .•OTICE UNOER PlTIOOS NAME LAW IR HEREBY GIVEN that Used, oVsitlng to engage In is name of J %  HiAI.KAH PEDIATRIC tl UJ Waatwowl DM* Intends to register said the CWk at tn Circuit' de County, Florida. [.TON M. MAZUR8KT. Solo Owner. •/It-lI-M. 7/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiStCUIT CnFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COONTV. IN CMANCERY, Ne. 5SCSS4S PtslsiJftf. VO. RHEA ROSENBERG, Defendant. TO: ERXXSMff* !" Ml* Chu rch Avenue TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tMst a Complaint tor Divorce haa %  < es i filed sgalnst you, and you arc required to serve a eopy of your Ansr tf the ssld Complaint on the tmjfrs attorney, LEONARD H. fBTTf, 1512 MettopoUtan Bank Miami, Florida, and file the Answer In the office of t nark of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit. Dade County. PtoflBa. on or before the 22nd day of July, 1>. otherwise the sllegatfsaa of oatd oesaya tl a l wHI be taker. as confessed by you. Dated, at Miajal, Dad* Coosty. Florida thla 17th rtay of June. li. E. B. LEATFfEAMAN. cirrk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. DeiMUy Clerk *71-2. 7/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF TM* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 5C 5128 BERTH A EPSTEIN, I'lalrttlff. JACK EPSTEIN. Defendant *U-r w TIVORCE TO: JACK EPSTEIN Ohio Ftate Penitentiary celumbus. Ohio You are hereby ffotlfled that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer Of ('leading to the Bill of Comnlnint THTZ AND 6EI-LER. 7o KlrstSt., Miami BasuaX Florida and file ne original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on or before the 24th day of July. l.i. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against yott for MM relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. iVfNE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of June, AD. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (aeal) By: JOAN SN ^ET>"v Deputy Clerk. • ,'l!-2b. .!-! LEGAL NOTICI NOTlCS UVMME* rfCTiTlOU* NATiE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAcTJ'ERH INTERIORS at S77J S.W, sth.Street, Miami. Fla inteads to register saifi name with th^ dark fit Ike Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.' JitSEFH MASTERS. Hole Ownor' I.WIN A. EPRTE1B Attorney for Jgpplloant 42* Lincoln Road NOTIOt; Y POBLICATrON IN TRt fRCOlT COtfRT R> T*l %  LCVINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. BSC SS2 THBBJCSA, MUX LEY. Plaintiff, JAMES R MOXLEY Deeaaat. DAVID HANDELMAN. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JAMES R MOXLEY. Staff Sat., I'nlted Mates Marine Cor|x>. Serial No. 14'Mi. VMA-Itl, MAG-12, 1st MAW, c/o Fleet Post Office. San Francisco. California. Tou JAMES R. MOXLEY are herein notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. RATMAN A DI.'HIO, 02 Alnsley Bldg., Miami 32. Florida and file the erlklnal Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of July, 1*59. If you fall to do so. Judgment hy default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be publisaed once each Week for ffcor crnisenittve weeks in THE JEWISH FIXJRID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED St Miami. FlgrkJa. this 11th -day of Jane, AD. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade OouaU/,.Furlds (seal) By: X. V. FORD. Deputy Clerk RAYMAN A DCHIG Ft*Z A "HrYTaSy WrtrgJ 1 Miami 12. Florida Attorneys for I'lair, tiff •/!*-$. 7/1-10 VlOTIOS UNDER NOTICE It! K&Sffi^mtitX that t he u ndersigned, deelrlng to engage In ewsuaassj under tha ftctttlom name of FISHER'S at MS Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Iniend to register said name wlt the >?lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CoSBty. Florida. BMANI'HI, GILBERT ETHEL cil.HBRT. Role Owner. IS/Tyl NOT idE UN*DE R CHY GIVEN that ld% to engage In is "ame of FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO the undersigned, hulness unaWTW^B__ AIRPORT WELDING SERVICE at 5715 N.W. lZth Slir. t. Miami, Fi... rntrmts to re*tster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. W. B. JOHNSON, Sole Owner •/11-lf-M, 7/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMt CLCVENTH JUDltlAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. ofCSTa PACI.A PARK HOMES. INC. a Florida corporaelon. Plaintiff. vs. I CAKMILU) FERNANDEZ and NETTIE H. FERNANDEZ. Defendants. NOTICt BY PtHrt-tCATION (MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE) TO: CARM1I.I/) KEllNANTTBE and NRTTIH H FrTRNANDBZ Address I'nknown You are hereby notified that a Bill • >f complaint to Foreclose Mortgage haa been filed against you. and you are required to serve a espy "' >""' Answer or Pleading to the Bill ot Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. PA I I. WARREN, ESQVIRE. 420 IJncoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the orlglal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of July. >M>. ft you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against von for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week tor four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED St Miami Florida, this nth day of June. AD. IMS. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade CouaXlf £ l rld Deputy Clerk f'l-2. 7/3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR IOA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. MC 5540 IRVIN l-EROY Sl.rSHEH, Plaintiff, vs. REJKANNE \l( .RI'aSF.TTE SLI'SHBR, I u fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: REJEANNE MoRKISETTE BLUSHER Address I'nknown YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to serve a copy of your Answer to the complaint for divorce filed against you, on Plaintiffs Attorney, G. W. O'GRADV, 44! Hey bold Bldg.. Miami. Florida, and to file the original thereof with the Clerk of Oie above named court ea or before the lttk day of July. ].'.. otherwise a Decree Pro Oosifesgo will be -entered against you. Dated this th day of June. 159. E. B. LEATHERMAN. OJrrk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: N. A. HEWETT. Deputy Clerk S/1Z-I9-2S, 7/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CfWCUIT OF FLORIDA IN OOONTY. AND FOR DAOE • N CHANCERY, No. MC407 C. HAYES. Plaintiff. I.ESSIE HATES. l ietr ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Leamie HayeX 101 Knox Street, Troy, Alabama. You aie hereby notified to serve a copy of your answer to the suit for divorce filed against you. on plaintiffs attorney, W. Kent Jameson. 17*4 N.W. Mth Street. Miami. Florida, and file the original with the clerk of the court on or ateToni July 13. IMS, or I default will be against you. Dated thl* loth dav of June. 15. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit t'ourt. Dad,I'ountv, Florida (seal) By: JOAN HNHHI n:.N, Deputy Clerk. t/Ts-ll-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITrOOS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buajneas under the fictitious name of INTERIORS PI.I'H at Itfti Nhrhtlngsle Drive, Miami Springs. Unde County, Florida Intends to register Id name wltti the Clerk of the Clr. -uit court of Dade County, Florida. CANDAXCE 11ARTMAN Hi>le tlwner SNYDER A YOI'N"! Attorneys for Applicant • 'lt-*s. 7/3-m IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CMANCBRY, Ne. StCBSss JULII'S ROHENBAl'M. Plaintiff. MARY ROSBNBAUM. Defendant. NOTIOC BY PUBLICATION TO: MARY R08SJJBACM ffookrST Nviv S'erk. N.T. YOU ARE TlaWL BY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Cutoplalnt for Dfrorce has bean filed against you. and you are re q u ir ed to serve a copy ef your AjMa gH to the Bill of Complaint on the plaHltlXf a attorneys, VON EAMFT AND KRAV1TZ. U12 aetropolltan Bank BulMlnr. Miami. Florida, oad file the original gnawer In the office the Circuit Court oh or before the 15th day of July. 1M If you fall to do so. Judgment by "default will be taken against you for the relief sought In toe Bill of Complaint Dated, at Miami. !>ade County. Florida, this 4th day of June. lS. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clrrk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: N. A. HEWETT. Deputy Clerk 1/12-1I-M. 7/1 NOTICE UN FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF7 IS HERBBT OIVF:N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHEKI FASHIONS OF MIAMI at 118 N.W. First Court. Miami. Flerlda intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County. Florida, EDWARD MBI; Sole OwlaW__ SNYDER A YOI'NQ Attorneys for Cherl Fashions of Miami •/!•-•*. 4/1-10 Owns NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF) FLORetM FN AMD FOR OADE OOONTY. IN CHANCERY, No. SSCS557 GRACE J. Vir^WEAL'. Plaintiff, vs. ALFRED W. VH-rNNTOM'. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ALFRED W. VIENNEAf. Defendant. lUrry Ha>s, n Central St., WaRhasn. Mamsaearuseats Tou ALFRED W. VIENNEAU are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agslnst you. snd you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleadtag to the BIN of O is k dalat on the plaintiffs Attorney, LEONARD J. KAUFfH 1629 duPont Building, Miami 12, Florida, and We the original Answer or Pteadhag m the effloe of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lith day of July. 1M. If you fall to So so, Jnggntetn by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded la tha BUI of Complaint. This novice shall be mrbmthed once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FIXMUDIAN. DONE ATBD ORDERKD st Miami, Florida, this 10th day of June. AD 15. E. B. LEATHF7R.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN, •Deputy Clerk. LEONARD J. KALUtH l<29 duPont Bldg., Miami 32. Fla. I'hone F'ltanklin 1 ".'.33 Attorney for Plaintiff. t/11-It-ZC, 7/3 iVITlMnUN ATTORNEYS! +Jfistlkrk9lari solicits your egaJ W apprwciatB potronarjB and accurarsB ssrvicB at TOM i^B^^B^P*ef I l\ ^"^et#^g^BilF tor LI6AL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTffB rfr HBsTEFTV GB/KN Aat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RFX'ORD BAR at 3S0 Blsca.vna Boulevard, Miami Intends to register said name with tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florl'.a PAUL GOLDMAN, Sole Owner ALV1N H. CAWN %  Attorney for Applicant 1 'Lincoln Road •/1I-1I-J8, in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. Ne. 9SCSS4S HI-TEST OIL COMPANY, INC., Plaintiff. va. JOHN M. PF1PERS. NATHANIEL. W. HEWITT and ALBERT W. BROACH. Defendants. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: NATHANIEL. W. HEWITT address unknown ALBERT W. BROACH address unknown You and each of you are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint to foreclose a chattel mortgage on certain chattels enumerated therein haa been filed against you In the above styled court on April 27. 1959. You and each of you are hereby notified to serve a copy of your answer or any other pleading to tha complaint on SAMI'EL R. STARK, Attorney for thV plaintiff, 2773 Coral Way. Miami. Florida, and file tha firlglnal thereof on or before the 22nd day ..f July. 19W. Dated, at MBirni, Florida this 17th day of June, llf>9. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (.—..li By: JOAN SNEEDEN. Deputy Clerk. SAMI'EL, R STARK Attorney for Plaintiff 2771 Coral Way Miami. Florida S'I9-2. 7 Lit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. HCMS EDITH JOYCE KAPTAINE. a/k u ETRTH TtAFETANAKOS, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES KAPTAINE. a/k/a JAMES KAPKTANAKON, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JAMES KAPTAINE. a/k/a JAMES KtAPETANAKOS e/o John Rene S IM Hoffman Street, ronx, Nfw York Tmi. JAMKS KAITAINE, a/k/a JAMES KAPETANAKOS. are hereby notified that a'Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you %  .'quired to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, SAI'I, GENET, F:H4J.. 120 Lincoln Road, Mianil Leach. Flqrlda and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of July. 195*. If you fall to g.. *o. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND' ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this *th day of June. A.D. 195*. i KBATHBRMAN, Clerk. circuit court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: L. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk BADI.. GENET. Esq. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach'. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff I/12-1H-M. 7/1 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DOREB ORIGINALS at 1155 S.W. Sth Street Miami. Fla.. Intenda to register said-name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY MICHAELS. INC. _^ (A Florida Corporation) MILTON A. -FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant JM1 Asnsley. Building Miami 32. Florida •/11-1S-JJS. 7/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPOR ATIO\ OWJTFiTS IrOWMt PricM — Quickest Delivery tn South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at F 114-4366



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+Jmls$trk>rknon Page 3-A % % %  EBBBESD 91 i Go Slow on Integration, Jaffe Warns %  *%*_# FEDERATION PROVES MATURITY PAGE 10-A B^BjJW SM i^H Some 500 persons saw Sam J. Heiman installed as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Saturday evening at the Americana hotel, as Federation also marked its 2lst anniversary of service to-ade county's Jewish community in the field of unified fund raising and planning. In ceremonies that included a major address by Morris Jaffe, newly-elected president of the Southern Section, Council of Jew*KS2* y w lochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridicm, accepts a the Greater Miami Jewish Federation "in Tecogni[years of community service and objective reporting the local, national and international Jewish scene." \. Myers, a founder and first president of Federation, presentation at Federation's 21st annual dinner lid in the Americana hotel Saturday evening, with 500 members of Federation and out-of-town guests re. HBJ| CM— (JTA) — The Is% Frazer Company anthis week that it haa first order from $1,900,000 wortk oi er vehicles. The orfilled under a trade ith Colombia, calling for import here of Colombia coffee. A spokesman for the company also disclosed the firm has resumed exports to Turkey, sending 600 delivery trucks. The spokesman said that the company's experts for Ike first naif of this year will exceed the value of the exports during the similar period of 1958. mplete and DepomdwUt Tit It Sonko I AMI TITLE & Qkttact Co. YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DAM COUNTY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE T;*W hmrsaee Policies ef leases City TitU lasereaca Co. Central, Serpan t Rssarvea fice** SSflMfiM IM SHORHANO AKABf nUM*I Ft t-Mfl i Known Ai 1S4 and If Security Trmt Company SlOg.) INSURED SAVINGS HOME FINANCING SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest in Miami Beach MIAMI BKACH lFEDERALi SAVINGS ANO LOAN ASSJOCTATIOM i Office* tleteia lets f WtaS is f tei Atttaja ish Federations and Welfare Funds, presentations were made to Nahum Astar, Israel's Consul for Southeastern United States with offices in Atlanta, Oa., who shortly' winds up his duties here to return to his homeland, and Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian. Stanley C. Myers, dinner chairman, presented Shochet with a plaque from federation which cites the newspaper for "3* years of community service and owfectivt reporting of news on the local, national and international Jewish scene." In stepping up to the presidency of Federation, Heiman relinquished his post as president of the Southern Section ef CJFWF to Jaffe, Da llas Jewish community leader. CJFWF held a simultaneous weekend contention at the Americana attended by representatives from 12 Southern states. Jaffe told the Saturday night annual dinner that "Federations throughout the nation are the standard-bearers of community unity. They symbolize the victory over segmentation of interests— of a total view of Jewish communities for the total common good." In this sense, Jaffe declared, "homes for the aged, community centers and family service agencies are no longer regarded as single solutions to a specific community's needs. All are deemed j important within the planned scope \ of each area's Federation organization." In a plea for ginger handling of integration in the South, which took up a major part of his address, the new CJFWT president 1 said that "democracy is for all Americans, not just for a few. Nor must we g\ve up our vision of freedom as a total concept." Jaffe cautioned that "minority groups are especially sensitive to the battle for freedom" because "wherever social dislocation occurs minorities are subject to its backwash." At tha same time, he cautioned national Jewish community relations agencies to recognise that Southern Jews do not live in an "iron curtain society" and that integration needs "special ways and means" here because the backwash of social dislocation can cause anti-Semitism." Pointing to the support of Fedimmigrarlon crisis as tin example, he said that "charity giving should not be governed by such sudden needs." The 21st' annual Federation meeting Virtually brought to a close the 1959 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, with over $1,800,000 anerations across the nation render "ounced. Aaron Kanner stepped ed to the reemergence of the State I "f*" rom t w te J ms Pre*"*"* of Israel in the 20th century. Jaffe of PederaUon to become honorary said that American Jewry had p !" e „. A .. been responsible for nearly 11 bil-1 !" h ? r off ce e,eCted v f 19 f lion sent to Israel since 1948. I l ci de J k C" !" 1 "D £ M is "Israel," he declared, "is the podman, A. J. Harris Mrs. Stananswer to those nations of the g c **>?"; H,r0,d f Thu Jm .'t world that stood silently by while.)"" Presidents; Jay I. Kislak. Jews were being slaughtered in I treasurer; Leo Eisenstein assocuntold numbers in Europe andj c u,le treasure.; Arnold Seeder, while those who eouW escape had : secretary; Judge Irving Cypen, adoors of entry closed in their soc 3,e 7 c r et ry .,, faces Samuel N. Friedland, chairman, .... William Agranove, Shepard Broad, .n a final plea for a new ap-, Leo Chaiki Jud Milton ^ proach to fund raising through: FriednWlli Mrs Looig ciasser, EH^ A2M l ?LS t Stanley C. Myers. Arnold Seeder. jections of "gimmicks" and a sound recognition of "the continuSary A. Goldstein, M. J. Kopelo, witi, Benjamin Myers. Sidney Lefing philanthropic responsibility of cmjrt Sam c Lev^,,, David Jews dating back in history to the Phinips Joge ^ w R Mrs> days when our ancestors sat at the |Samue simonhoff. Mrs. Carl Weinwaters of Babylon.' / | We trustees; Mose Ginsberg, Citing the recent Rumanian | Harry Sirkin, honorary trustees. Quarterly Goes to Moscow NEW YORK — "Judaism," a I quarterly journal of Jewish life and thought published by the American Jewish Congress, has been selected as one of 250 U. S. publications to be shown at the American national exhibition la Moscow this summer. The magaxine was selected by Miss Margaret Conlan, chief of the New York Services Section of the United States Information Agency. The U. S. exhibit in Moscow will ran from July 29 to Sept. 4. OSM'I put it off put it on I Re ,~£ I! •ft WWTtlN •UMUMTM W UCiMSiP PAYMeNTI "AT TOO! 9UWKM" PL 1-1658 !" S P zpairinq I %  si tWfLTCOa wo NW. rsth rr om-o^ m m j



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Pag* 13-A WISDOM pV 1 ion confer —MSKAILI I fit for high in. o^desndndt it." %  no. ,TT1P"M4| ii not study ail —UPPT.I1* fcs til Mii heart to It ll (r*OV. 2J:7) \wtan uaI L s on earth. reach the iky." I — SAMUEL MA NACID fire u burning. Msfo.'' —TALMUD ['flare your sandal on, down." —MiOkASH J„ C7JU 9?„/ !" Of J\i iam u ^ckgi^, Service* U his IAJe e e n a Conquest of Canaan Offers Us a Lesson in Viewpoint Lonffru/ioi Bnjj g [hi 1 ? 11 HOIK T-l O-foiy T^Kl l|? Duncan "r • i \ T \-l ttf ,noix am '-T T T-l T noix 1 ? nni T T-l T iD ,l ?ir n; no fax .D-a^ -ifes T T T iKnTjiDaiDnio v : • r : t1i -ix "rax t •-! r -i pan •? ntf rap [ I •• T %  T r t fpD ,n J ]? ~ rwaa ,-mxa -sn •ipV opin rti O-IDS wfe' r • r : r D3 rninyn T : -: T Ip rntti noixn at 1 3 i* omrr %  B Mil ALfRIO WAXMAN The Biblical account of the twelve spies returning from Canaan reveals an. interesting lesson on objective .and subjective opinion The spies axe sent out to evaluate the Canaanite position: to note its strength and weakness and to estimate its strength and weakness and to estimate the probability of victory or defeat for the Israelites. They aU agree that the land is rich and fertile, incredibly so in fact; it is necessary for two men to carry one cluster of grapes on a staff. All the other fruit is proportionately oversized and luxriant, and it is indeed a land flowing with milk and honey. They also describe the inhabitants of Canaan as being of great physical stature and speak of the "giant sons of Anok." The cities, too, are walled and appear to be impregnable fortresses. The frightened Israelites draw the expected conclusion from these descriptions. They are ready to appoint a new leader and return to Egypt. But two spies, Joshua and Caleb, "quieten the people before Moses." They dare to be a little less objective and present a subjective point of view. The other ten had already expressed their fears and pessimism: "We were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight. 1 The pessimistic opinion they express is not based so much on the conditions they find in Canaan but on the condition of their own minds, still lacking faith in God and His ability to protect them and help them achieve their goals. Joshua and Caleb agree that conditions in Canaan are somewhat frightening but "If the Lord delight in us. He will bring us unto this land, and give it to us; a land flowing with milk and honey." The objectivity of the ten who try to be realistic and practical is spoiled by their lack of faith. The subjectivity of Joshua and Caleb is given strength and reason by their trust in God. The fortified cities become weakened and defenseless and the giants become puny and insignificant pigmies "if the Lord delight in us." This subjective and optimistic attitude was soon justified by the conquest of Canaan. KNOW YOUR HERITAGE ADATH VMHUaUN. 1T0SO Collins ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Hereon. Canter Ban Zion KlrechenMM AOUDATM ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyla ava. O na sal—, mm iea* iw. Friday 7 p.m. Saturday ft:34 a.m. Sermon: "DamacocuM Playing the Part o* IWendera of Democratic Prliio KAMI MfKID WAXMAN iebjetli* er objective [Is Reborn ts one do this? I have determined twenty-five thousfapprox. 6.000 acres) | may be transformed ll soil. On this area rats can rise. How necessary to pave tractors and other [extract the boulders a small settlement i on the hill. BB the first village in NQivat Yeshayahu I). It was established I a 30. And after it will grillages. has aireadw begun. being reborn. In a ^ere will be many new here and Jewish farmextract their bread of Adulam. Brit Ivrit Olamit) Symbols of Jewish Prayer, Piety Reach into Historic Antiquity fOUl RABBI a aaj M t U n It •! jawll* catreea. | %  aajb-iM ta "As*; cars *f Tka Jewish' ha t9T*, Mfeai It, Urn. • B4 •Mtwerag, SMSt la reUftoes sad Tallis—Prayer Shawl. The Tallis is worn during morning services by men from Bar Mitzvah age on. It is made of wool or silk with fringes at the four corners. The Tallis is also worn at the evening service on Tisha B'Av and on the eve of the Day of Atonement. It is Israel's outer garment, the coat of honor, a • • Tallis Koton—Small Tallis. It is also called "Arba Kanfos." which literally means "four corners.".It is worn all day under the ordinary outer garments. • • • Tslsis—Fringes. The law of the fringes is found in Num. XI.37-41, where God asks Moses to instruct the children of Israel "that they make them a fringe upon the corners of their garments throughout their generation that they may look upon it and remember all the commandments of the Lord, and do them." m t • Tofillln—PhylactoriM. The word "Tefillin" is derived from the Hebrew word "Tfillah" —prayer. In the Tefillin, Inscribed on parchment and-encased In the cubicles are four sections from the Torah. They are found in Ex. XIII: 1-10; XI: 16; Deut. VI:4-B and XI: 13-21. These speak of the Mitz vah of Tefillin, the recognition of the sovereignty of God, the unity of God and the exodus from Egypt —the fundamental doctrines of Judaism. e a a Yarmolkah—Skull Cast. The skull cap is in use during | %  I'.fK .!!.;.!' I'V, uM'.l,. %  % %  %  HsBBBBsl %  BSBBBBBBBBsVLi BSBBSSSBsM 1 '!' [ CANDLELIGHTING TIME 27 Sivan — 6:58 pan. religious services by those who adhere to traditional Judaism. It is an age-old symbol which shows reverence for God. In Talmud, Sabbath 156 is found: "Cover your head that the fear of God might be upon you." a a a T'chinah—Supplication. The T'chinah is a sacred devotional book which is written in Yiddish to accommodate those women who were unable to understand the meaning of the Siddur— Prayer Book. • • • Kino*—La mania trans. The Book of Lamentations and the additional prayers of mourning in remembrance of the destruction of the Beth Hamidash. the Temple, are known as "Kinos." They are recited in the synagogue on the Ninth day of Av. • Ti'anoh Ur-anoH—"Lat ws go and sea." This is a popular Yiddish book primarily used by the Jewish women at home. It contains stories of the Bible, Midrashic tales and legends. Through this book the Jewish women became acquainted with the knowledge of t.ie PenteANSME tMti. an aw mn aw. CanSarvativa. Maxwell Sllbermen, pre at dent. MTH DAVID. aewaWSr* ava. Con aervativa. Rabbi Yaakev Rosenberg Cantor William W. Lipaon. Prlrtny 1:41 p.ai. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvnh Ktr-hard. win of Mr. and Mra. Hen Stronsln. BETH EL. SOO IW 17th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Solemon Sohiff. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava. Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her. •on. Cantor Hyman Fain. FYlil'v i|". p.m. Sermon: "The Thlnn for Which We are OratofuL" Bat.irdny Si a.m. •— • —— BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Lauia Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-111 Washington ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. Friday 9:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 am liar Mltsvah: Paul, win nf Mr. and Mra. Abe Hoffenherg. Sermon: "Weekly Portldn." • —— BETH RAPHAEL. 1SS NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker. BETH TFILAH. ass Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackoveky. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. P.O. Box 34-SS*. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Saturday 1:41 a.m. at 1401 SW R7th pi Hariuuu: "Strategic Miaalon Aocompllahed DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18140 NW 2nd ava. Conservative. Cantor Emanual Mandel. Friday 1:30 p.m. Saturday 10:15 a.m. FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slat pi. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Friday 4:45 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. c • FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1S01 C. Andrewa ava. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Ramon. Cantor Sharwin Laviae. HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS *th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. • HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1180 w. aath at.. Palm Springs. Jack Kirachbaum, president. —— • —— HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3la SW 24th tar. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 1:30 a.rrt. Bar Mltxvah: Steven, son of Mi', and Mra. Norman Shwedel. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. Friday 4:30 p.m. Saturday 8:S0 a.m. Sermon: "To Seek Honor la a Wonderful Thlna;." Bar Mltivah: Donald, win of Mr. and Mra. Frrd Zlaqult. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabhi Herachell Saville. Cantor Berele Kalemer. Fiidu> 7 p.m. Saturday a.m. Sermon: "Religion to Mraaure." • MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi laaac Lerer. IS p.m. Saturday S a.m. Bar afltsvah' Rnhrt Deu'ach, eon of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Telchn.-r a> — NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430 W Dixie hwy. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Henry Okollca. I-IHI:I\ I ll p III Svimon: "American Ooana Tin.•" i "ie Shabbat hnatK: Members of Sisterhood. Saturday 8 a.m. • — NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 78th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowita. Cantor Edward Klein. • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 843* SW 8th at. Ceneervative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Reaponaltilllty Saturday 8 a.m. — • TEMPLE BCTH AM. SSAO N. Kendall dr., t. Miami. Reform RaObl Herbert %  aumgard. Cantar Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BCTH CL. 1645 Polk St.. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hotly wood. 172B Monroe at Conaarvativa Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Scbroiber. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. %  ^9mmm til • %  VS^W!I him. On the way he stopped tl a tavern inhere he ordered a dnn"r_. "N/ot having money to pay for t. he atked the bartender to charge t. saying. "When I shall shoot the bear his s\m will get me a sub.tanial sum. and / unll pay you." He then u'ent on his u'ay and soon rncountered the bear. "L/n/ortunate'v. he mused "his aim, and the bear immediately turned upon him. The woodsman lay dou-n and feigned death. The bear sniffed at his face and finally u'aln;ed away. All of this uias witnesed by a bystander, mho reported it to the bartender. When the bartender had the opportunity 'o question the woodsman, he said. "Tell me. what did the bear whisper in your ear 7 And the woodsman said. "He told me not to charge up drinks against his thin before I had "tilled him." MORAL: It is best to plan on rertainties rather than on possibilties % % %  ii-.-1 .. .." tench and the ever inspiring teachings of Israel's sainted scholars. • • a Tarcjum—Translation. This refers to the Aramaic version of the Bible, such as he popular Targum Onkelus, which accompanies the Bible text in many Hebrew Bibles. Bar Mltivah: Alan, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Konljtbura:. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaao ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon KroniaB Cantor David Convleer. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon by Rabbi Kroniah. Saturday 10:45 a.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16*01 NW 22nd ava. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Grossberg i TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. Friday 4:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portias." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstain. Friday Idi P.m. In Jacob H. Kaplan • h.i|.cl. Kulilii Narot. bach from a Ins ,,r the Contra) Conference of I ican Kalvlils. will official.TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Euaene Labovitz. Cantar Samuel Qomberg. Plidaj in s.p'inon: "Time on Our Hands." Saturday 11:43 a.m. TEMPLE BINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Ben no M. Wallach. • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 891 Flamingo Way. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Lao Heim. Frida) 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th St. Corservative Rabbi Alfred Wanman. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Junior serviette follow. TIFERETH ISRAELSBOO N. Miami ava. Coneervative. Friday 8:30 p.m. Uueat spiritual leader: Rabtil Harry L.. Lawrence. Sermon: "At 13—Bar or Mltivah?" Saturday 3 a.m. Bar Mitavah: Howard, mm of Mr. and Mra. Al Qeverta. TORAH TEMPLE. IBM West ave). Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casual. Servtcea Friday evenlna; and Saturday morning;. Dally prayer and meditation YOUNG ISRAEL.. 18750 NE 10th ava. Orthodox. • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi t. Friday :30 and 8 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.



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JCMBJI FUnA*" &*** Nil MARRIAGE COUNSELOR s tMMUl Fa-oo *<* % %  AUTHOR %  .... ACTHO POST IRWT^RVS ipoochnqa stalled Goodman waa inof the Wilfc.ni N irao Brortwv Poet U of the An*w-. taut; r*t Br^gT ber* Lenon m ceremonies ace. a !• N* ""•*•• Miami Tenth Du4ri commaftdnr jpffr JfcUuhHrf-* UteUlUng John E mender Harry officer. Other* annulled were Enckon. firs' vice coaMOl Hilmcr Mfroa. sergeant*. Coman Uonart cer; Charles iT) Joan Weather,. mander. Wilh 1B D. Karns and trustees. **J One of the most shocking facts of our umes the appalling rise in the number of Uleuate Sths^Forlxample.- F ^2EaVC an estimated Ml.700 births born out of wediock dor £ 1967. a rise of 0.<0 since 1950 arad snore than double the 1840 figure. Illegitimacy is ruing among both nhitea* colored, with the ratio much higher in the latter group. It is rising among young girls: a 40 percent increase in the number of unwed mothers between the ages of 15 aad 17. and it is rising both u urban ana These are the cold, hard facts. But behind these grim figures are trends which, if not reversed, are likely So prove even more app a l ling The basic trend, of course. i towards premarital promiscuity, with all its dire consequences including the physiological and emotional. And th.s in turn has been largely responsible for so many youngsters born out of wedlock all without beaelY. of a lawful husband and lather Taan-Aaors in RavoH What has prompted these teen-age girls to succumb to temptation? Why have so many entered into an illicit relationship that tune and again has proven so tragic both for mother and child? One explanation is that such teen-agers are ia revolt Revolt against what? Their parents, for one: their environment for another. Many teen-agers take to pre-mantal sex as a way of getting back at their parents, for wrongs either real or imaginary. In altogether too many cases these girls grew up unloved and unwanted by parents who not only hated each other but often vented their spleen on their helpless youngsters. When these youngsters pew up—love starved and sex starved—they gave themselves to the fir-'. boy who opened the flood-gates of affection to them. Some teen-agers succumb because they grew up in homes where there were no real moral standard'— where the parents were either indifferent to matters of right and wrong, or were completely amoral A child's conscience is largely the pnpduct of early parental influences. If those influences are basically malignant, the child's conscience will be either rudimentary or noo-existent. Girls succumb because they thmk having premarital relations is one of the best ways of obtaining a husband. The facts reveal just the opposite. In all too many tragic cases, premarital relationseven with consequent pregnancy and the birth of the child—does not draw the boy closer to the.girl-*ut drives him further apart. In the relativelv few cases even where he does marry the girl, the bov *£!£ % %  ceremony has been performed the p.u~T Ml • I"**** !" *> teen-agers stray *- f^J^ n £ premises of -*-£,£ bo>s m^ ^ They m u much too great, price to D for a H time of regret and shame succumb because a. all fact pre-mantal relations and ^•STtl^ct has been consummated aever seem c.J'CS ^'".nd embittered, andjex ra..-is with r .ahmethod of'achving communication r !" n Harine premarital relations gives them th, cd .ad desirable, that they are loved and needed Unforunateiy the fact that a boy wants a girl uJ£T> proof at all that be either wants <* .eeds her spinruaUy ar eroouonallv or that tne> b^anylhSg m common but the most pnm.me I'll 2 is quickly aroused and just as quickly sat isfied CM strav because they think the 'new free dom" ha* given them the nght • da with their homes what they will They have the feeling that |* is short and art long, aad that ane should squeeze as much happiness out of this mundane world a> possible But this too is illusion. If pre-mantal promiscuitv would offer some definite promise of perpetual Miss or even reasonable happiness, a persuasive case might be made out of illicit sex relations But it does nothing of the sort. Does anyone thmk that the birth of wore than MUDOu illegitimate children give their mother? a sense of emotienal fulfillment? Does anyone realty betieve that these unwed mothers are really happy" or mature'' Prsaviruaty Daesn'i Pay Even time a lecavage girl gwes her body with out benefit of wedding .license she not only risks add mg another statistic ta-iMegtumate births, but li jeopardizing ber chances for a good, sound marring as wtii. She is. in a phrase, netting one of ber most important possessions abort and to that extent is. depletir.E her capita; resources for the future When girls finally learn thai prom isctuly—like crime Jtself —does not really; pay m the leag ran ihe> will has* taken a long, sensible step towards securing their emotional and mar*a. hiiure. 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