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

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

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eJewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VoIuijP 36 Number 26
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 28, 1963
Two Sections Price 20'
Soviet Missile Experts
And Rockets Reported
Arriving in Egypt Now
*.
YEMik SPOKESMAN
U.S. Charged
With Aiding
Israel Enemy
WAS] CiGTON (JTAi The
Senati reign Relations Commit-
lee was told here thai $4,000
m "Govt rnment funds h: ve been
handec over to a certain anti-Is-
rael org< ration as part of a con-
certed policy of appeasing Egypt-
ian Pretioent Gamal Abdel Nas-
er
The .: ge was made during
lestin > Bushrod Howard, Jr.,
a registertd agent for the royalist
goven "I Yemen, who said
that Congress should halt aid to
Egypt urr.il President Nasser fid
fills his pledge to withdraw his
lerces t: 01 Yemen.
Mr. Howard was not asked
to identify the anti-Israel oraan-
izatior. and he did not volunteer
its name. Sen. Wayne Morse,
Democrat of Oregon, said he
wanted to get this information
directly from the State Depart-
ment.
LONDON (JTA) Groups of
Russian rocket experts have been
arriving in Egypt recently along
nil considerable quantities of
Russian anti-aircraft weapons and
air-to-air missiles, the London
Daily Telegraph correspondent
reported here this week from
Beirut.
He said that according to re-
, liable Middle East sources, the
rocket experts included men shift-
ed from Cuba. The correspondent
,i~>erted that, following the an-
nouncement last week in Moscow
11 a new Russian agreement to
provide aid to Egypt, it could be
expected that the number and
"ize of Russian rockets going to
Egypt would increase.
He also reported that prelimi-
nary work had been started on
sites in Egypt for medium-
range missiles supplied by the
Soviets. Cairo Radio reported
that the new Russian-Egyptian
agreement would "strengthen
Egypt militarily and economic-
ally."
The correspondent declared that
the development was a further
setback for President Kennedy's
policy of regarding Egyptian
President Nasser as Washington's
"chosen instrument'' In the Mid-
dle East.
fttim minister tSNIM
. will follow BO
Eshkol at Helm;
Eban Moves Up
To Deputy Post
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier-Designate Levi Eshkol has pre
sented his new Cabinet to the Knesset. Israel's Parliament. He em-
phas'zed that the new Government is a Government of continuity, and
that it will follow the principles of the last Government. It will also
be bound by the same coalition agreements. Mr. Eshkol stressed.
Zalman Aranne. the new Min-
ister of Education, is the only new
number of the Cabinet. He re-
places Abba Eban. who was ap-
pointed to the new post of Deputy
Premier The Finance Ministry
portfolio, which was held by Mr.
Eshkol in the previous Govern-
ment, was given to Pinhas Sapir,
who will continue also in his post
of Minister of Commerce and In-
Like his predecessor. Mr.
Other members of the new
Cabinet, who will continue in
their posts are: Mrs. Golda Meir,
Foreign Affairs; Bechor Shitreet,
Police; Dov Joseph, Justice;
Yosef Almogi, Development;
Moshe Dayan, Agriculture; Eli-
ahu Sasson, Postsall of Mapal;
Moshe Shapiro, Interior and
Health; Dr. Yosef Burg, Welfare;
and Zerach Warhaftig, Religious
Affairsall of the National Re-
DfPUrr MINISTtR EBAN
... a boost up
dustry.
Ben-Gurion, Premier Eshkol will ,
also hold the post of Minister of Par,V '"' *2t
. da. Transport, and Yigal A Ion,
Ue,ons(' Labor, both of Achdut Avoda.

In presenting the new Govern-
ment, Mr Eshkol said that the
strengthening of Israel must be a
vital goal, not only for Israel but
also for the governments that are
;anxious for peace in the area and
'the entire world.
"We shall, therefore, continue to
Senators Seek to Override
Supreme Court Bible Ban
WASHINGTON-UTA)
Mr. Howard said that Govern
meat Officials, "determined to 8P
pease Nasser at all costs, are put
l.ng all blame for the problem of
the Middle East on Israel and
American Jews. To counter these
alleged evils they have, over the
vears, put some $4,000,000 of Gov-
ernment funds into an anti-Israel
organization."
Sen. Morse, who acted as com
mittee chairman, stated at the
end of Mr. Howard's testimony
thai a copy of the transcript
mild h, torn aided to the State
Depart mint for a reply to the
Mimmiiu He said Mr. Howard
had made "very venous charges
hich demand an official re-
sponse."
Karlitr in the hearing, Senators
l Continued on Page 5-A
Early was Congressional committee action such ull amendment. The third
known to alreadv have four Rus- was sough- this week; by South- wag inInMluccd by six Repubh-
,an-equ.pped launching s i t e s senators who.with the back. ang Th(, fcey elenu.nt of ,he
v'nile several squadrons of Rus- mg of r group ot Republicans [m.et. ,S was that n0 school
ion MIC. "H jet fighters have been '.reduced three proposed Constitu- .,,.,, by public funds in
equippedwith air-to-air missiles lional Amendments to set aside in should be pro.
533 bv Russian technicians.', 'he Supreme Court ban on pray- WiM^ ^ h()|din, Bible rcad-
^Russiar,,'naval mission is train-1 er and Bible reading In public L non^ctarian prayer as
,ng Egyptians in the use of Sov- schools. long as pupil participation Is vol.
let-built Komar-cla>s miss, lei Sen. Strom Thurmond and Sen. untarv.
launching ships, he added. Olin D. Johnston, both South Car
Continued on Page 6-A
JEWISH IDENTITY
'Belonging Vs. Exile' Theme
Of AJCong. Dialogue in Israel
JERUSALEM (JTAi a dls- ceased to be Jews in the sense he
CUSSion on the question of Jew-,as describing.
,.h identity in terms Of "Belong- Brandeis Univer-
,ng versus Exile took pttce here "'jjj" member ar>d news.
hwertattheseccnddi^e |"JJ J took th. pos,
between American Jewisn ana
tion that American Jews had "a
natural sense" of belonging to
the American culture because
Continued on Page 6-A
Continued on Page 12-A
,;:eli intellectuals arranged by the
American Jewish Congress in co-
operation with the Israel Govern-,
"while wme of the American
par.ic.nanf said they consider
Jhemselves American intellectuals
rather than Jewish. Leslie Fied-
ler the American critic, urged
jews to resist the temptations to difficulties for scrawling swas-
assimilatc fully whether in the WASHINGTON-(JIAi-Asin known admir.r
chiatrists as able to distinguish
:;ar-oW Neo^NaVi, who shot a Jew- between right and wrong a,-
ft, youth to death last Aug. 31
He killed the Jewish boy. 17-ycar-
old Lewis Goldfein, an honor stu-
Reform Rabbis
Fight for Full
Negro Rights
NEW OFFICERS PAGE 3-A
PHILADELPHIA -(JTA)- The
74h annual convention of the Cen-
tral Conference of American Rab-
1 !.is in session here adopted a res-
olution pledging "unequivocal
rapport" to the Negro community
'in iis efforts to achieve full equal
rty.
Acting on a report submitted by
Rabbi Samuel D. Soskin, hairman
of the CCAR's standing commit
tee on justice and peace, the Re
fcrnl rabbi-! called for the passage
Christian reli-ious reaction to of Congressional legislation insur
lh.LSSn.Srt decision was in, "the full exercise 0
;n"xedPbu. m balance, on the right. .1 Cltisenship I
Continued on Paoe 2 A
While such measures were
considered certain to rur into
strong opposition in both Houses,
they were expected to get strong
support in the Senate Judiciary
Committee, headed by another
Southerner, James O. Eastland,
Mississippi Democrat. Hearings
are expected either in the full
committee or in the constitution-
al amendments subcommittee
which is headed by Sen. Estes
Kefauver, Tennessee Democrat.
The proposals must be approved
by both Houses and then be
ratified by three-fourths of the
states to become amendments.
the
all
Nazi Gets Life for Killing Student
by maintaining a poscd in nearby Eairfax <-'ounty,
l(,;:;'.' ,x|ie could Jews fulfill Va.. 0I1 John C. Vinson. Jr.J*
their historic mission of ''****]**
witness to the fact that the '.'Messiah
has not yet come." I
ier told the assembl
sail. Fled-
ge that "the
SIN. WAYNE MMtSE
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,.i nature of Jew.shness is dcnt, on the grounds of the Gold
;ST hen- e en exile, to fi home In suburb ol the na-
most Jews in the United States
I;;,',, Ifrte| were insider, who had
Vin
ton had been in previews
though mentally ill and fascin
ated by violence and hatred, Vin-
,on was found guilty of murder
after being examined in a men-
Mi institution.
sed that he c: eld not in good con
science recommend a term that
would free Vinson in less than 15
years. He said "it is important
that the community will not be
terrorized again as it has been
over a period of two years." Under
the life sentence pronounced by-
Judge Albert Bryan in Fairfax Cir
t Vinson will not be elig
cult Court.
lible for parole until he has served
A probation officer report <; to al least 15 years in orison. Vms.ii
,he court before sentence eras pas- is the son of a police oti.ee.


>
Page 2-A
* knist fhrkHan
Friday, June 28. 1963
Reform Rabbis Fight for Negro Right
s
Maurice "Doc" Klein, chairman of the Americanism Commit-
:ee of Miami Beach Elks Lockje 1601. presents medals to
Elnatan Horovitz and Esther Azulay. sixth grade students at
the Hebrew Academy, lor winning the lodge's annually-
sponsored "What Democracy Means to Me" essay contest.
Israel Supports South Africa's
Censure at ILO Geneva Meet
GENEVA (JTA) An Is-
el delegate to the current meel-
..jg of the International Labor
Organization said his (legation
iully endorsed the stand ot the
African delegations which decid-
ed to abstain from further partici-
pation in protest against the
presence of the Republic of South
Africa.
The delegates Iron, the Afiican
(ountries. carrying their fight
.igainst South Africa's apartheid
policy into the United Nations
specialized agency, charged that
"he South African delegates had
1-een "imposed" on members of
the ILO. They also charge! that
the action was in violation of a
'951 resolution condemning the
apartheid policy and asking the
Republic of South Africa to with-
draw from the ILO.
The Israeli delegation made its
position clear when, on a point
Of order in the debate. Oded
Messer. an Israeli delegate, told
the meeting that "the Government
."nd the people of Israel cannot
remain indifferent to anv issue of
racial discrimination Our peo-
ple have suffered more than any
Other people trom such discrimi-
nation, accompanied often by the
indifference of governments and
international organizations." He
.i ded that "the Israel delegation
expresses it most complete soli-
darity with the states of Africa."
Continued from Page 1-A
'Irhericans regardless of race,
creed or color.
The rabbis called for "an all-
out effort" by the members of
reform Judaism's 650 congrega-
tions to impress Congress with
the need for such legislation,
warning at the same time that
"a filibuster to prevent pass-
age" of a civil rights bill
would "pose a threat to our sur-
vival as a democracy."
The convention called specific-
oily lor the establishment of i sys-
tem of federal "registrars" em
powered to protect voting rights
ri national, state and lo'-al elec
lions; aske.l the creation in all
municipalities "of the post Of
public defender" to assure equal
legal protection of individual citi-
^tns in the courts; urged the crea-;
lion of a Federal Fair Employ,
ment Practices Committee "vest-
ed with complete authority to is-
sue enforceable orders," and
recommended the filing of full de-
segregation plans by all school
districts with enforcement power
'o reside in the office of the At
torney General
The 525 Reform rabbis went
officially on record as in 100 per-
cent accord with the Supreme
Court rulings voiding prayer and
Bible reading in the public
schools. The rabbis took their
stand through unanimous adop-
tion of a report submitted by
the CCAR's committee on church
and state. The report was de-
livered by Rabbi Edward E.
Klein of the Stephen Wise Free
Synagogue of New York, com-
mittee chairman.
"We view the decision a. a clear
delineation of the separate func-
tions of church and stole, thor-
cughlv In accord with American
constitutional principles and the forts to encourage our children
ideals of high religion." the reso to tuaJ^jt^x^p .a^ju^i par
letions declared. "The decision is of their lives to secure ft them
in the best interests "f religion la more effective religkwi ^u
and democratic ideal-. We see in tion at home and in our houses
it a challenge to intensity our ef of worship."

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Page 3-A

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JWV Posts Here Pass Resolutions; Eye Convention
Emanuel Mandcl, State Depart- conditions to be accommodated ex-1
ment Commander of Florida, Jew- ccpt when critically emergent."
ish War Veterans, this week an
uputtced the listing .of four, reso-
lutions passed by Dade County
JWV Posts that will be brought
up on the floor of the national
JWV convention in Washington
next August.
Two of the resolutions, Biandel
said, were passed by Norman
Bruce Brown Post 174. In one of
these, the post charges that "lim-
The resolution also declares
that "many families of older
veterans, being unable to give
them proper home care and at-
tention, are forced to place the
veterans in private nursing or
rest homes at great expense,
though often not aware of avail-
able entitlement to veterans
benefits."
sistance, or by declaration of
policy, guarantee the existerce
of the State of Israel and the
safety of its people from ag-
gression by its'Arab neighbors,"
observing that "the continuous
stability of the Middle East
region is in the best interest of
the United States."
Abe Horrowitz Post 682, in a
fourth resolution, urges that "the j
unused portion of any honorably'
discharge;! veteran's education, j
Mill UON FEUEft
74th Annual Convention of Reform
Spiritual Leaders Elects Rabbi Feuer
The resoultion urges that "all
ited bed capacities of Veterans posts of the Jewish War Veterans benefits be utilized by the child
Administration Hospitals make it devise means of scheduled con- of said veteran for his college
virtually impossible for those tacts with such private institu-1 education." noting that "highly-
seeking admission for non-service tions to alert the management, skilled teachnical personnel will
the veterans and their families of be absolutely essential to provide
available pension benefits, as well and maintain our nation's de-1
as additional grants for 'aid and fense."
attendance' where the veteran is
unable to take care of his physical
needs."
Ey Special Report ,
PHILADELPHIAMeeting herej
In an hour of grave national ten-
sions over the right of Negro
Americans to exercise full citi-
zenship and at the very moment
the U.S. Supreme Court announced
its historic decisions banning
Bible reading and prayer >n tne
public 'ihools, the Central Con-
]0Stf ALMOGI
Almogi Reports on Export Trade
Toledo, O., was elected presi-
dent of the CCAR to succeed
Rabbi Albert G. Minda, of Tem-
ple Israel, Minneapolis. Rabbi
Feuer had served as vice presi-
dent since June, 1961. The
noted Toledo spiritual leader
was graduated and ordained in
1927 at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati.
Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein, of
ferencc of American Rabbis dis-
cussed these and other vital issues KAM Temple. Chicago, was elect-
at its 74th annual convention at the id vice president. Both Rabbis
Bellevue Stratfoni Hotel, with represent the CCAR on the Board Party .
In another resolution, Norman
Bruce Brown Post urges the Dej Bv SP*01*1 R,port
partment of Florida to unite with ( predicting that Israel will
other JWV Posts "as well as with recejve economic independence by
other organizations which may 1970 Jogef Almogi, Minister of:
wish to participate for the pur-; Development and Housing, report-
pose of forming joint Anti-Nazi j ed this weck tnat Israels trade tnt comparable period of ML
Committees." | deficit was reduced and its exports
The resolution charges that "a' considerably increased during the The Israel Oj^niMtlMdW
number of Nazis have found refuge I iirst five months of 1963. expressed s^** "
in the United States with appar- Mr. Almogi, who came to the progress of the 1963 .Israel 1Bond
ent immunity to extradition and .United States to take part ini the, campa ign most of whose proceeds
. are undoubtedly aiding the closing phase of the spring drive are funneled into import ntMon
Nazi of the Israel Bor.d campaign, said omic enterprises in Israel through
stantial export rise this year has
been the increase in the sale of
citrus in the foreign market
which accounted for $45,500,000
in the first five months o* this
year in contrast to $42,400,000 for
members of ^Amer^ _. ---^-^ Jan. Ihe Ministry 0f Development
more then 500 Reform rabbis in ef Trustees of the Union of Amer-1 declares that it would be "in the 1 through May 31, 1963 Jsraelsj Through Isracl Bonds_ American
attendance frorv. all parts of the Mail Hebrew Congregations, the, best interests of the American exports amounted /o^sn^.ouu^ ^^ hayc a djrect share ^ the
United States and Canada. | national
| the Reform
The Jo.ir-day convention gave Tne stands taken nere will, which it points out nas not yei; ueviamu < *.* ---- demptl
its whol.-hearte.i endorsement to cCrve as the basis for CCAR pro- been ratified by the U n i t e d | months of the current.fW Me stressed testifies to the impor-
[ebrew Congregations, the i best interests of the American exports amounted to shj.uw.uw Jcwg havc a djrect snare in tne
I synagogue federation of' people to be informed fully on the as compared with $137,800 000 for devc|opment 0f our country. The
drm branch of Judaism. Geneva Genocide Convention," the same period in 1962. He also beinning tnis year of the re-
stands taken here will, which it points out "has not yet) declared that in the iirst lour' dcmption 0f these bonds," he

In other resolutions, West Mi-
mi Post 223 called upon the
the Supreme Coirt ruling, extend-, ll0uncemenls and activities during. States.'
ed "unequivocal support" to the (he coming year and Wj|i help!
Negro community In its struggle \^^ its more than 800 members1
to achieve full CtjuaHty, called for tneir rutiens witn their con-
ihP BMsam of leaislation in Con- _,onlc ., -.^itu. The1 U"'*d states Government to
"enact a treaty of muti-al as-
I :wtuui> ui nit: v*^./*n acut ""
ol the rights of Citizenship" to ^ qqqqoq congregants in Reform
All Americans regardless of race. judaisms 650 temples.
creed ov color, and demanded a ______________
cessation of U.S. foreign aid to _
Kgypt as long a. Nasser persists Temple Beth Am FOUr
in building an anti-Israel missile Foilowin(, a -Welcome Neigh
torce and using ex-Nazi West Ger- ))or |rvlce at Tempie Beth Am
man rock't .scientists to help him. ^ Krjday evening, worshippers
Rabbi Leon I. Feuer, of the ill be taken on a conducted tour
Collin<)v.-cod Avenue Temple
(Temple Shomer Emunim), of pie.
trade deficit or gap between ex- q (he ^n^^p between
ports and imports, went down an(, {hose wh0
irom 890,000,000 in 1962 to $53,- fgeei ^ m dcvcloping 0ur
<-00,000. [economy by purchasing Israel
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Volume 36
Friday, June 28. 1963
6 Tammue 5723
Number 26
Court Decision
Gears the Air
We welcome the Supreme
3ourt decision as a reaffirmatian
oi the highest principles of Amer-
ican democracy. Contrary to the
doctrine-laden misinterpretation of
'he more zealous-minded, the de-
rision does not squelch the spiri-
ual impulse of the nation.
It does not deny the basic be-
.ief that the United States was
ounded by men steeped in the
3ible. The basic freedoms which
ve all hold so dear stem from our
most intimate religious sources.
But if America is a nation well
nware of God deep-rooted in its
daily practice, it is also a nation
determined to guarantee the right
of all men to the privacy of their
conscience. And, as the framers
of our constitution determined by
bitter European experience, there
tan be no better way to achieve
:his than to establish a firm and
uncompromising distinction be-
tween church and state.
It has been the continuing en-
.roachment of the latter upon the
:orraer that the Supreme Court's
decision now reverses in the matter of reli-
gious expression in the public schools. The
majority opinion strikes at the root of the ques-
ion when it declares lhat the violation of the
separation doctrine could no longer be justi-
:ied because "individual students may absent
themselves upon parental request." For it is
a fact that the right to relief from the viola-
tion stands as an American concept above the
esser consideration of non-compulsion.
We hope that the decision finally clears
he air. On the heels of the Supreme Court
xuling. Florida moved with lightening speed
:o set up a county system of voluntary Bible-
ieading "courses" in the schools designed to
circumvent the ruling and to pose the hefty
:hreat of repeated years of litigation ahead.
Most Floridians have already recognized such
rresponsible efforts at circumvention for what
:hey are. and pray that other states do not
.allow confusing suit.
ful deliberations; but Dade County is showing
the way by hoping to meet the problem be-
fore the problem gets out of hand.
Dade Shows the Way
The prospect of racial discord is not a
.-iappy one for any community. What oc-
curred in Mississippi and Alabama, and the
aftermath cf unrest in other Southern cities, as
veil as in scattered incidents throughout the
'Jorth, must be avoided wherever possible.
For men show the worst that is in them-
selves when they permit unspeakable prejudice
:o seize their souls.
Dade County has now moved to avoid the
possibility of racial discord here. Metro's
newly-established Community Relations Board
is designed to guarantee what seems to be
missing elsewhere in the nation when whites
and Negroes confront one another in anger
communication.
The Hew board includes a fair cross-sec-
tion of Greater Miamians, representing the
major races and religions. Even taken into
account is the tender question of Cuban ref-
ugees here, with the appointment to the board
of the past president of the Chamber of Com-
mesce of Cuba.
What Dade County hopes to achieve is
to forestall the development of friction before
it ever occurs. Men of good will can do this
if they sit down to talk before they take to
the streets in anger.
During the days ahead, the Community
Relstions Board will certainly have its work
cut out way in advance. The establishment
of fee board does not guarantee its success-
Hen are the Masters
The Swiss court disposition of the Israel
"agents" was a model of due process. The
court went beyond the immediate facts in the
case.
Joseph Ben-Gal and Otto Jokelik were
judged guilty for their alleged coercion of the
daughter of Dr. Paul Goercke, one of the many
German scientists now beefing up Nasser's
war machine in Cairo.
On this we can make no comment,
far this is how the Swiss jurists saw it. But in
going beyond the letter of the law, in taking
the effort to study the motives of the Israelis
and the political pressures governing their
deeds, the court demonstrated that justice must
be more than systematic rote.
This was a courageous thing to do in a
land whose traditional neutrality has kept it
out of the mainstream of international duplic-
ities, foi it meant a free and open condemna-
tion of the war of annihilation against Israel
now on Egypt's drawing boards.
The political involvement notwithstanding,
the Swiss jurists demonstrated that men are
the masters of the law governing them.
On Calling the Shots
The stir Dr. Lewis Feuer, professor of
philosophy at the University of California,
raised in Moscow is a lesson for future visit-
ing luminaries to the Soviet Union.
In his sociological study before the Mos-
cow Institute of Philosophy, it was certainly not
easy for Di. Feuer to go out on a limb and ac-
cuse his hosts of softness in the matter of in-
vestigating anti-Semitism.
The sharp and personally insulting re-
sponse he elicited is a case in point, which
would dissuade the most courageous men from
following his example. But apart from the fact
that the return fire to which Dr. Feuer was sub-
jected proved the validity of his charge, it also
demonstrated far the Russians that "decadent
capitalists" can well think for themselves.
Too many high-level visitors to the Soviet
Union show their courage by being critical
after they have safety landed home. Not so
Dr. Feuer, who called the shots even in un-
comfortable Moscow.

I
(he week
as i see it
by LEO MINDUN
-thi
i
E BEN-CUR ION resigns ,
tion may be difficult trfpi
,ln i-l mi i ll<> U'M'L fathom; but it should not have
HIIMIIU lllv TTVl/IV been unexpected. Like so
many things in Israel this ij
somewhat of a parattox. Nay.
ertheless, especially in the
case of the Prime Minister.
paradoxes are noteworthy for
their preponderance. One can
not dismiss, out of hand, the
"private reasons" explana-
tton-particularlv if the reasons relate to his health. I last saw Mr.
Ben -Gorton on June 4, and bis face had the kind of ruddy colorin?
frequently to be seen in persons suffering from cardiovascular dif.
ficulties.
Add to such speculation his wife's overwhelming concern for bis
well-being at the slightest hint ef a possibly heated debate in Par.
hament, and there seems to be at least some realistic basis for giv.
ing credence to other than political motives behind the resignation
But if these exist. I am at this point merely willing to pay lip service
to them, because I can hardly imagine a man as complex as Mr. Ben-
Gurion. and with the Messianic vision of himself common to all great
leaders, blithely surrendering his active role in history and voluntar-
ily relinquishing all the power he commands in the process of torg.
ing a nation
The announcement two days alter his resignation that he had
succumbed to the pressure of his stunned Mapai Party, and that he
would after all retain his seat in the Parliament, is I think sufficient
cause, if not to abandon ihe speculation about Mr. Ben Gunon's
health, at least to doungrade it in favor of more complicated explana-
tions bsfittisg a very comp'ioted man. And the truth is that there
BIS many oilier reasons indeed far better ones.
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MAPAI VOriM SUPPORT HUUT
Appearances are deceiving in Israel Speak to an, 0| i
variety of voters representing a cross-section of the count
economical!} or socially, and you will find a ollVcOastSsSSa' "Herut-
nik." Judging by my samplings of opinion. I might easily have
eluded that Herut represent- the dominant political posture of the
country. But carefully tabulated stauattCS, culled by the many par-
ties themselve-. each unreali>tically jealous of its fraction?! pov an
show otherwise; in fact, they indicate thai Herut represent- BD0UI
percent of the total national ballot
Thus, while many voters will, in almost challenging tones, iden-
tify themselves as Herut sympathizers, when the chips are dOWB
they support Mapai. The r asons for such faithless affiliation are
varied; they run the gamut from suspicion of Herut Party Chief
Menacbem Beigin's alleged tendencies toward Fascism to a healthy
and frank respect for the fantastic progress achieved under Ben
Gurion and Mapai.
In this sense, the country*, like most others, tends to vote ac-
cording to the best interests of its satisfied stomach and increasing
affluence. But if the "Fascism" of Menachem Beigin is suspect, a
good deal of the militant political philosophy motivating him MBl
to have captured the imagination of a significant sector of Israel -
population Hence the paradox of voter spiritual affiliation and
voter performance. Hence, also, the recurrent undertow of ange-
directed against Mr. Ben-Gurion. personally, who is a continuing ot
ject of political anguish and scorn, but who dare not be turned out
of office lest the gains he has wresied for the naticn fall by tin
wayside.
: -:- -:
CfJTMAN QUtSTION TO THf FOfff
COME OF THE fascination Israelis experience with respei:
Herut philosophy stems from the party's cavalier swaRger. For
a people beleaguered on all s'des by aggressive Arab neighbors and,
at least on the record, protected by a I'N Emergency Force at G
and a Mixed Armistice post at Tiberias, it inflates the spirit to pa)
provisional heed to political leaders who demand an end to United
Nations "intrusion" and "meddling."
The militance of Herut is its heritage from the days of the Brit-
ish Mandate and the underground. Daring thus characterizes the
party today, long after it has had its last opportunity to snow any.
except by way of being critical of Mr. Ben Gurion. Part of the mill
tance recently has manifested itself in an overwhelming critical at
tack against the German policies of Mapai. This is a tremendou-i>
touchy question in Israel, which came to the fore during the visit
of Franz Josef Strauss.
The Herut criticism is largely opportunistic; and deeply seated
in the political intelligence of most Israelis is the realistic recognition
that liaison with Germany can be nothing but favorable to the besl
interests of the country from just about every point of view Be
sides, what about reparations and personal restitution? Isn't '
schizophrenic to take German money in the form of compensation fo
the losses sustained during the Nazi era while insisting upon a tota
bar to diplomatic relations?
Tftf UGLY sVARHCAB Of NUCllAK CAfABIUTY
THE HERUT CRITICISM is nevertheless telling, and has struck
particularly rich pay dii. since the announcement that German
scientists are working on missile projects in Egypt. The Ben-Gunor
invitation to Franz Josef Strauss, in the face of all of this, predict
ably stirred a hornet's nest. The reasons for the invitation, like the
reasons behind Mr. Ben-Gunon's resignation, are still largely specu-
lative.
But if I am to judge by the atmosphere of the country several
weeks ago, as well as by the few words I traded with Mr. Strass-
in Haifa, I must reject such notions as protocol or the European Com
mon Marketall popularly advanced by way of explanation. My o*>
impulses tend toward Israel's very active nuclear research at
variety of centers ihroughout the land. Germany may not need
Israeli brainpowerfor Germany's scientific capability is probabl*
the best in the world today; nor does Europe's most afftaent nation
need money, which could hardly be found in attractive quantities in
Israel under any circumstances.
But Germany is very much in need of a center for nuclear re-
search in the field of weaponrysomething denied her by ihe terms
of her unconditional surrender. Certainly, France and DeGaulk
have demonstrated to Bonn's unhappiness the added prestige of nu
clear capability, however modest the capability may be; while BrK
aln. for her part, proved in the Polaris controversy the bitter fruits
of succumbing to a US-dominated atomic NATO command.
"there is substance to these speculations, why should Israel have
submitted. Part of the answer may lie in the missile scientist* to
Egypt themselves. Admittedly of inferior calibre, they nevertheless
A*

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I riday.
June 28. 1963
* *en it TkrldlicM
Page 5-A
U.S. Charged With Aiding Israel Foe
Continued from Page 1-A
.lacob K. Javits and Kenneth B.
Keating, of New York had urged
the committee to deny aid to
Egypt and any other country using
American assistance to subvert,
or propagandize against other
countries being helped by the
Fnited States. Sen. Keating fur-
ihcr proposed that ai;l be suspend
< quantities of Soviet military
equipment and that countries re-
viving U.S. aid bo required to
submit reports on the amount of
f uch purchases.
provement of the unbelievably
bad nhlauon Tft t1fe' ficakn, hous-'
.ng and nutrition for the rank and
iile people of Egypt. That is the
real meaning of friendship. Pres-
ic'ent NatMr must be brought
li.ee-to face with the catastrophic
effect of his continued insistence
on escalating the arms race in
the Middle East, on employing
lormer Nazi scientists in weapons
manufacture and on fomenting sub-
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
version and armed aggression
against other Arab states in tn'e
area, while persisting in implac-
able hostility against Israel."
The New York Senator warned
that 'with the best will in the
world, our nation cannot tolerate
this kind of frustration of its ob-
jectives for peace throughout the
world by the use of its own aid
against other nations that sim-
ilarly need it."
In a direct reference to Egypt,
Sen. Keating said: "Congress
certainly should reduce any aid
programmed for Nasser by at
least the amount that Nasser
"^ feels able to splurge on Soviet
equipment." He told the commit-
tee that according to "the best
evidence available to me," Nas-
ser will have spent over $700,-
000,000 on Soviet bloc weapons
from June 1955 through 1964."
Reader Comes to Defense
Of Former Roosevelt Aide
FDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
military men who were fre-
quent visitors.
Almost all of them had never
At the recent installation dinner of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miarpi in the Lombardy Hotel are (left to right,
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, secretary, Rabbi Solomon Schiff, pres-
ident; and Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, vice president. Not
shown are Rabbi Morris Graff, treasurer; and Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, executive vice president. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
was installing officer, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky installa-
tion chairman. Outgoing president was Rabbi David Shapiro
strained, predominantly in the
that I was astounded at the ut-
er ignorance of people in Eng-
Permit me to offer my honest: Und |p||||- and Frane abouf
differences with Mr. Maurice H.I ,, coont,,$$ ^;cxmU and ,ne
(oldring. regarding Ira Hnseh-
man. My associates and friends.
among them correspondents and
journalists, will concur in the opin-1 Almost all ot them had < i _. .
ion that Ira Hirschman has always j |,card of Lucius Clay and Walter 50. DOQG 111 ClOthlllCJ UNV
been a dedicated and able admin- b^] Smithi who wcrc Eisen. -clothes 4 Kids-Young and Old members of the two B'nal Brith
'IDOWar'S second in command at -Sizes 5 to 50" is the keynote of lodges are co-sponsoring the drive,
different times. Despite the Eng- Ihe clothing drive sponsored by! HcadcJ by Dr. Morton Get*, of
'lish naucrs carrvine photographs the S,)Ulh Dade and W"st Mlaml the South Dade Lodge, and Bar-
and IXaboutVhemP:^^^ mC" ,ey Wiedenfe.d, of the West Miam,
natives in constant danger and dis-
comfort didn't remember these in
dividuals. The several times that needed clothing for indigent chii- the collection of the clothing.
The State Department's 1
expression of its attitude toward gaged.
Egypt is contained in a recent He hrou(,h, abm|, fhe ostablish.
position paper which states that, mcnt of ,he rjambcrgcr Broadcast
United Arab Republic actions |g 0|H.ration most successfully,
against Israel are increasingly re- and ()r(, & Taylor's, he was
an outstanding director of pub-
til the end of June. Lodge, members of both groups
In an effort to gather urgently- have volunteered their services in
form of words, and its relations ijj... in rniB mjnht spom ex- -
with Israel more in the Icelwx.Sousto thecomentioXTf Mr Admiral King, and Generals Mar dren. patients and residents at George Fish is president ol
shaH, Arnold and Spaatz flew to the Kendall Home and Hospital. West Miami B'nai B nth.
Europe, I remember so well how (
I illl" >'(i (1/ till. V J"U III K'llJ \fl i'BI.
than at any time heretofore.' Goldring regarding Ira llirsch
President Nasser insists on di- Uve. He described his
verting Egypt's own resources to to humanity as nothing short of
buy arms "from the Communist|magnificent.
S. SILBERMAN
Miami Beach
\.a.WluWlu'l\
bloc by using American food aid
to fill in the gap."
Speaking at a dinner at the
^Commodore Hotel, where he re-
waived the annual Israel Bond
Fraternal Award, Sen. Javits said
Our real objective must be im
"Sinot Chinum," hatred among
us, can very well develop from
such an attack on a fine, cul-
tured and purposeful man. That
Hungarian Jews never heard of
Mr. Hirschman, according to Mr.
Goldring's letter, reminds me
f Capital Sins
GREYHOUND RACING
DOUG IHE WEEK... US I SEE II
JUNE 1
thru
SEPT. 16
>:
Continued from Page 4-A
represents G e r m a n technical
prestige, whose purpose was to
encourage Israel into 3 bargain-
ing mood.
Strength to such speculation,
apart from the recent Soviet
charge substantiating it. lies in
the statement made i>> Mr
Strauss on his (turn from Israel
last week. Ever) possibilitj he
said, will henceforth be exhaust
eii to bring the scientists home
., far crv from the official Ger
man attitude oi even a month
ago. in addition, referring to
the guidance system being plac
ed at NBSSer's disposal as "ele-
mentary," a designation possibly
intended for experts to equate
it with the V-2's of the London
blitz. Strauss concluded flatly
that the threat the scientists pose
to Israel survival today is more
psychological than physical.
Assuming a political and diplo-,
matte coup, why did Mr. Ben-
Cunon resign? It was a mix-1
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ture ot things: the declining
image of ttapai, the German
question generally, the need for
a beleaguered people to dream
in term- of the militancy Menu
dangles before them. But most-
ly, a was the Ben Gurion inclina-
tion, a- in the case of his past
resignations, to teach the bay-
iition a stark and irr<
-Mm hateful and emo-
; v ii acceptable his p 'licies
be; bul thej are also sue
cc sful.
Th;ii Mi- Ben-Gunon has ..i
denied his intention of re
from the Parliame it as
well indicates he does nol in
tend for the lesson to be too
much of a drain upon his vast
political resources.
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Friday, June 23. 1363
Rabbi Mordecai Podet installed officers and
board of Temple Judea Men's Club at a re-
cent service. Left to right are Dr. Elias Kogan,
second vice president, Hy Lipson, Maurice
Waldorf, Sidney Richman, secretary, Albert
Jacobson. president, Rabbi Podet, Leo Katz,
Harold Barkowitz, Charles Adler, Mort Zim-
merman, first vice president, Albert Kronowitz,
and Charles Rosenberg, past president. Not
shown are Abraham Stein, treasurer, Ellis
Robins, Oscar Evans, Tilden Corenblum, Rob-
ert Rosen. Harold Jaffer, and Leonard Kalish.
Continued from Pago 1 A
demand that all peace loving coun-
tries should endeavor to the limit
of their capacity and influence, dis-
suade the Arab rulers from follow-
ing in the path of aggression and
military adventure and to bring
ihem to the realization that direct
negotiations between Israel and
the Arab countries are the only-
way to achieve peace, or progress
toward it." he declared.
Mr. Eshkol told the deputies that
as long as the Arab countries
maintain an aggressive policy and
continue to stockpile modern types
of offensive weapons designed for
the destruction of Israel, "we must
maintain constant security pre- '
pnrednoss. A strong Israel is a
!.aarantee for the prevention of
war in the Midlc Kast."
He reiterated Israel's wish to
achieve a general disarmament
with the Arab states and said that
a special duty rests on the powers
| to ensure that an arms imbalance
is not created to Israels detriment
and to the advantage of those
threatening to attack her.
After stating that the Govern-
ment's first priority will be
given to strengthening security,
Mr. Eshkol said that the Govern-
ment's economic policy will be
geared to encouraging all bran-
ches of endeavor that increase
foreign currency income and
productive employment, ship-
ping, aviation, tourism and fi-
nance.
Describing the partnership be-
tween Israel and the Diaspora as
unparalleled in history, he said ef-
forts must be made to transform
the material partnership of West
crn Jewry into a spiritual one. I
While the Government will make
en all out effort to absorb immi-
granta of distress, it will also en-'
Face-Lifting At Emanu-EI
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Temple Kmanu-EI. announces that
t.rting July 1 the interior of the
Sanctuary will be dismantled to
prepare for the remodeling which
has been scheduled for the sum-
mer months.
The face-lifting has been spear-
beaded by the Temple Sisterhood,
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now co-chairman.
Emil Morton is chairman of
the redecoration committee, and
Architect Morris Lapidus is re-
sponsible for the new plans of
the Sanctuary.
As part of the renovation, 24
stained-glass windows, designed
by the internationally-known syn-
-I'nue and church artist. Peril
Pelzig. will be placed around the
Temple dome. The windows are
presently being allocated to mem-'
bers of the congregation to mem-
i-rlalize dear departed, and will'
remain a permanent tribute as
long as the Temple stands.
Farband Cruise Sunday
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New Cabinet to Follow Gurion Policy
courage immigration from the
prosperous countries, he said.
Mr. Eshkol indicated that the
new Government is 0|>en to other
j parties wishing to join the coalition
on the basis of the national and
social principles outlined. He said
Israel society was still in the pro
cess of creation and pressures
from without and within were
great. "Our security, economic
and social stability, cultural stan-
dards and values are still in a
state of flux." he stated. "In these
circumstances, every individual
and every group making demands
must see not only their own par-
ticular demands, but also the
needs of the community."
The Government, he said, will
work unremittiryjly to secure
complete integration of Israel's
Arab citizens in all spheres of
life, will persevere to develop
their economy, raise their stan- |
dard of living, foster education '
and improve the services they
receive.
Turning to foreign policy. Mr.
Eshkol said the Government will
strive for closer political and eco-
nomic ties with all countries of
the east and west in all continents
that sincerely desire to cooperate
and will continue to cooperate
with the new states in Africa, Asia
and Latin America who have won
independence in recent years.
Continued from Page 1-A
of the large share they have in I
the development of American
self-identity. Other Americans, i
while expressing sympathy with >
Fiedler's proposal for a special
role for Jews in the modern
world, said they thought the
goal could be achieved as inte-
grated members of free societies
rather than as "perpetual non-
belongers."
Novelist Philip Roth said the;
Jewish role was that the Jew,
should not be a victim out a dis-,
senter in the affluent society. I
He added that he did not consid-
er himself a Jewish intellectual.
David Boroff. an American author,
said that the role of the Jew was
to maintain a tension between be-
ing an outsider and having a com-
mitment to the values of the so-
ciety of which the particular Jew
was a member.
Concern that he Iw lewj-h
brains in Amirica are x; p^rt u(
the organized Jewish co rununitj "
was voiced by Edwir. Wolf o!
Philadelphia, president of the Na-
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tore in the United St-.'", The.
American Jewish leader criticized
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like what they j-ee of Judaism in
organized form- have shown no
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By LEO MINOLIN
MT. GILBOA-This afternoon.
] was in Jordan. I could not
restrain the impulse. I had been
driving along the Israel Jordan
border up to the top ot this his-
toric mountain, where Saul was
killed in the battle
"against the Philistines.
and where it is written
of his death: "How
have the mighty fall
en.''
The border markers
are occasional mounds
of stone, each about
three feet high. The
road, a winding and
terribly bumpy one, has
literally been carved
out of the terrain by
miHUUN
The air is the same, I told
myself foolishly. I saw a bird
hopping from Israel into Jordan
and back into Israel again,
chirping gayly over the accom-
plishment. I did the same. The
bird eyed me strangely for a
moment, then flew off.
Challenging my fate, I
stepped across again,
and walked a few
yards inland.
By this time. I had
attracted the interest-
ed eyes of the border
police, who saw my
Israel license plate in
their high-powered bi-
noculars, and came
tearing down at me in
a fury of a storm. Had
-%. the Jewish National Fund for the they been Jordan police. I would
encampment at the summit. I not greet them so effusively,
stopped the jeep, whose wheels They were fierce-looking gentle-
were no more than a yard from men, all four, with murderous-
the markers. Out of a sheer appearing automatic weapons. I
sense of mischief, I stepped could not help admiring the sight
across into Jordan. of their dust storm arrival, and
Hebrew of Beach High
Hebrew will be taught in the
public schools of Greater Miami
under the approval of the Dade
County Board of Instruction is-
Mied for the school year 1963-64.
First class in Hebrew will be held
;.t the Miami Beach Senior High
School.
r- *
Chase Federal
Promotes Two
C. L. Cli ments, president ot
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. Miami Beach, announces
the election of LeYin A. Dix as
\ice prescient ot the association,
Dix. an executive with Chase
Federal, has been chief appraiser
for the instilulion. and will now
be head of the moitgage depart-
ment.
Chase Fed. nil has also appoint-
ed George w. Etheridge to the
position of supervisor of the ap-
praisal department, Clements re-
. ..led.
Youth Wins BB
Summer Institute
Scholarship Here
Bill Elfenbein. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Elfenbein. of 8403
S\V 107th St.. has been awarded a
Irip to Israel.
One of seven recipients of B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization's Israel
Summer National Institute. Bill
1 will travel and study on a scholar-
ship.
He has served as a delegate
to the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization, and will represent
some 50,000 Jewish youth at the
World Jewish Youth Conference
in Jerusalem on Aug. 4 to 9.
Bill has been a vice pr< sident of
the South Florida Council of
BBYO, and is now president of
the Florida Region. He was a
charter member of "Tebs," Tem-
ple Beth Shirah Youth Group, and
v.ill report to the group on Israel
when he returns in September.
the muscular efficiency of their
purpose.
"Do you realize you can get
yourself killed?" the captain
shouted at me in heartbreaking
English, spying the big camera
in my hands and recognizing me
immediately as a visitor. "These
crazy American tourists." he
snapped at his patrolmen in He-
brew.
"Do you understand the ex-
tent of the incident you could
have created here for us?" he
continued in his heartbreaking
English.
I apologized in heartbreaking
Hebrew, and told him I am a
newspaperman. "That explains
the insanity," he commented to
his colleagues. We all laughed,
but a moment later, he became
official again, and returned to
chewing me out. Then he shook
my hand, and took off in a new
cloud of dust.
I continued to the top of Gil-
boa. This is one of more than
a dozen villages which the Jew-
ish National Fund has been
establishing as sensitive border
points to lay factual claim to
unpopulated territories that are
thus far Israeli on the map only,
and that serve as buffers against
Arab invasion. Gilboa today is
populated by some one-hundred
young soldiers from the Nachal
movement. The hearty lot ar-
rived when the settlement open-
ed last November. Members of
B'nai Akiva, they are all Ortho-
dox, and I found it quaint to ob-
serve them in their tiny skull-
caps, the size of a half orange,
perched precariously atop their
heads.
But the muscle and the labor
and the sweat they have been
pouring onto the land are every-
where apparent. And the effic-
ient 22-year-old captain who
spoke with me spat out his words
in the kind of tones that only the
fiercely dedicated can muster.
In the synagogue here atop Mt.
I 5
Mt. Sinai Fetes
Interns at Dinner
Mt. Sinai Hospital's 4] interns
and residents were honored by the
hospital's Board of Trustees at a
dinner on Wednesday, where they
were awarded certificates of com-
pletion of their internship or resi-
dency for the past year.
The doctors were greeted at the
dinner bv J. Gerald Lewis, presi-
dent; Samuel Gertner, executive
director; Dr. Stanley Frehling.
president of the Medical Board;
and Dr. Ronald Shane, director of
medical education.
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Gilboa, I saw more than an
army-issued Ark and Torah.
There were shelves of Talmud
Bavli and Mishna and Chumash.
When I told the captain that in
my country such books were only
for scholars, he seemed quizzical
he who admitted to no more
than secondary education.
Why. those are our history,"
he commented. So, too, had the
secretary of the council at Kib-
butz Yotvata several weeks be-
fore, just north of Elata kib-
butz that is categorically noit-
religious.
This is a strange country, I
thought, driving back down Mt.
Giboa, where history and reli-
gion arc one. But more than
that, the land recalls the ancient
fighters of Israel, giving shape
and substance to the new fight-
ers: the border police and Gil-
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Friday. June 23, 1963
63 *
ARDENT ZIONIST SUCCUMBS
Noted Miami MD Was
Also Teacher and Author
OTHER OBITUARIES SK. B
Private services were held here
Alonday morning for Dr. Philipp
J{. Rezek, director of the Division
ni Pathologic Anatomy of the
}'athology Laboratories at Jack
!.on Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Rezek. 68. died Sunday at
his home. 560 NE 5.th St. Miami.
He had retired lrom his post at
.lackscn several months before his
death.
Schwartzman
Will Lead Tour
To Jewish State
Leading the national "ducators"
1963 Summer Workshop to Israel
will be Louis Schwartzman, exec-
utive director of the Bureau of;
lewish Education The education-;
al workshop is sponsored by the
Department of Education and Cul-
ture of the Jcuis'.i Agency for'
Israel.
The work-hop tour will includei
\ ists throughout Israel.
Receptions and special events
will round out the five-week
workshop and tour, which leaves
from New York on July 3, to re-
turn on Aug. 12.
Schwartzman has recently been
reelected to the executive board
oi the National Council lor Jew-
ish Education al the recent na-
..il conference held in Cleve-
land i'ii June I. Schwartzman has
occupied national posts of treat
urer and vice president of the
National Council.
Co-leader of the tour will be Dr.
Elazar Goelman, of Philadelphia.
who was recently elected presi-
dent of the National Council.
Mrs. Schwartzman and Mrs.
Goelinan will be members of the
tour While in Israel, Schwartz-
man will discuss the possibility
"1 Hebrew teacher exchange with
the Educational Department of
the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem,
and attend the sessions of the
World Zionist Conference.
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Dr. Rezek was co-author of
the recently-published "Autopsy
Pathology," a medical text that
has already received world-
wide acclaim. He came to the
United States in 1938 from his
native Vienna, where the Nazis
, permitted him and his family to
leave with little more than the
clothes on their backs.
In Vienna, he had been a mem-
ber with Dr. Sigmund Freud of
' the Bnai B'rith Lodge there.
With his appointment to Jack-
son Memorial Hospital, then known
'. ;.s the City of Miami Hospital.
Dr. Rezek became Miami's first
lull-time pathologist. A Diplomate
of the American Board of Path-
ology in Pathologic Anatomy,
over the years he became inter-
ested in medico legal work, and
appeared as a medical expert in
many court cases until 1956. when
the Medical Examiners Depart-
ment of Dade County became a
separate unit.
Throughout this time, he publish
id numerous papers in English.
French and German, bringing his
total to some 60 scientific works.
In 1953. with the establishment
of the University of Miami Sehool
(1 Medicine, Dr Rezek was ap-
pointed Professor of Pathology
and director of the Division of
Pathologic Anatomy. It was dur
ing the subsequent years as a
I M professor that he began writ
:ng the now authoritative "Autop-
sy Pathology." an 800nage text
hook appearing worldwide last
April.
At the same time. Dr. Rezek
served as pathologist to Victoria,
Christian, and Kendall Hospitals,
is well as to the Lago Oil and
Transport Co., Ltd., of Aruba.
A longtime ardent Zionist, Dr.
Rezek visited Israel many times,
and last year was guest lectur-
er in pathology at Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Intimately identified with the
community's major music and art
projects. Dr. Rezek was one of
the founders of Friends of Cham-
ber Music Society of Miami
Services were at Phllbrick Fun-
eral Home, with Dr. Herbert
Baumgard officiating. Surviving
are hi> wife. Annie, also a physic-
ian; two daughters, Mr- Esther
Mendelssohn and Mrs, Suzi Lin-
and lour grandchildren.
B'nai BYith Sets July 4 Rally
Off. MMPP KtZU
Zamora Men
Slate Meeting
Temple Zamora Brotherhood was
to hold a business meeting on
Thursday evening, June 27. in the
racial hail.
Scheduled as the last meeting
of the season, the program was
to include discussions on pro
grams and projects for the com-
ing year, led by Rabbi Hershel
Brooks.
New Director of
Singers1 Group
New conductor and director of
the Miami Beach Community
Singers is Hirsh Marchbein-Mar
biny. elected at the group's an-
nual meeting to succeed Ben
Yornan.
A former music director of Ge-
lieva and San Remo Opera Housei
and the Marbiny-Vim Opera Co..
Marbmy conducted a chorui ol
100 voices at New York's Carnegie
Hall and the World's Fair.
He graduated from Milan Con-
servatory as 'Professore di Bel
Canto."' composer and conductor.
1; is teachers were the famous
iuffo. Gigli. and Lily Lehman.
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Park Band Shell on Thursday.
July 4. at 7:30 p.m.
QveetingS will be extended by
Mayor Melvin Richard and Judge
Henry Balban. Principal speak-
introduced by Irving Schatzman,
honorary life president, and Dan-
iel Neil Heller, national ju.Jge ad
vocate of Jewish War Veterans.
Welcome from Miami Beach
will be offered by Councilman
Hyman P. Galbut and Robert
Turehin, and from the Miami
Beach Lodge by President Sam-
uel Werner. Jack Fink will lead
the oath of allegiance to the
flag.
Invocation will be yiven by Rev.
R. Wiley Scott, with Rabbi Henry
I B. Werniek offering the ienedic.
tion.
Joseph L. Goodman, chairman
I and master of ceremor. .. will
present the concert. Mu.-u: will be
by a 26-piece orchestra provided
by the Musicians Union L cal 655
and conducted by Mi-- Billie
O'Day. music editor of TV Miami
News.
The rally is sponsored .- com-
munity service by Chasi federal
Savings and Loan Assn.
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Friday. June 23. 1963
fmmm "..............
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Ya :. | }8,
''"; l "" fulfill Ins dlU) '
on Su-Ao: ,. fl|j /our Mlmm
arr bed -... bv ,, Mm(.
re*jem Irxwl Cd b, r.-aVcmrd
*
Va:l;it. t88h.
TJi* fin branch is like the
spme; tne y~j. ^ ffce ^
the K/.J.ou- m IiJft the muutli; and
thr fltMg K-- ;;.- |,far[ W.rh all :
thy Jim bi pro:** G.'d.
.. ,
Fei-iltta 8-:'-*r. p. 189a.
Gtxi eeyj ao r..-jW. "My ions, re-
side 4ti the tuhj^ah for uvtn days
so that ,< May r;member the mir-
acles unich J d:.i for you m the
desert. Mareot er. 1 destrve [his at -
. your k*nds. for I< gar* vou SUJ^0, |
m which U> dwfU amid the desert.
1 also say' Tai(e unto you the
Lulab and u-dir u be/ore Me. I
hai-e deserted Am a: your hands.
for i June OaMUtd rue mountains to .
shaV be/ore >,.:.. j>id in the /u-
4) '""'. / JmII j;., CWUN the moun-
Wins and the KliJ* j caper and to
Irnj before ) iu
l1 ''- ..!. > ., :: _,.;-: -
Leating Reform Rabbi Dead
Dim YORK-'JTAi Dr. Felix
A. Levy, long-time American Re-"
form leafier ud president of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis from 1188 to 1937, died of
a heart attack at his home in New
York &L the ae of 78. A member
of the executive bOMd of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, Dr.
Levy was a founder and president
ol th- Academy of Higher Jewish
Learning. He a as ordained at He-
brew Union Csllegt in Cincinnati
in 1807. Ik" served as a rabbi in
Roche* m. NY and Chicago until,
his retirement in 1955.
f jnds for Arab Center
TORONTOiJTAlAn official of
the Israel Young Men's Christian
Association announced here thai
two Toronto Jewish leaders will
have kt y posts on a committee
seeking to raise S425.000 to help
build a recreation and rehabilita
tion eenter in Naiareth for Israeli
Arabs.
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Funmt for Church-Run Colleges
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
imerican Jewish Congress testi
ied here against Federal funds
foi church-operated colleges and
Vniversities. as well as for ele-I
mentary and hinh schools. "We
ee no distinction between a pa-
chial school or an institution of
?r learning if both are con-
rolled and maintained by relig
us bodies." Leo Pfeffer, general
Buns-M of the Jewish group, told
I hearing of the Senate Sub-Corn-
|ith in Education here.
Jab*., Opposes Erasing Swastikas
I'd- WTO (oTA) A Toronti
bin u Id hf that swastikas
tared on synagogues and othei
Han bttlltflngs in the Toronto
. should be left untouched on
[buddings as a public reminder
there were still individuals in
city filled with "hatred, de-
rity and perversion." Rabbi
in .srhild. of Adath Israel, said
iwaftikas and atltVSemitic slo-
BJH aid be allowed to remain
police caught the culprits. He
Ended that the smearings were
mark of shame for Toronto
_ but rather "marks of
ie fcr the community in gen-
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Of\M
Men,
layni s
rCcligious JL^ife
They Must be Abandoned
By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN
Miami Be-ach
Rabbi Emeritus, Temple of Aareo
Congregation. 5. Paul, Minn.
The opening chapter of the
Scriptural reading for this Sab-
bath (Numb. Chap. 19) presents one
of the most mysterious and un-
fathomable ordinances in the en-
tire code of Mosaic law. It deals
with the process of ritual clean-
sing for the Jewish person who
comes in contact with a corpse.
The process consists of sprinkling
(resh water mixed with the ashes
of a red heifer upon the unclean '
person, on the third day and on
Ihe seventh day. Remarkably
enough, those engaged in slaugh-
u-ring and burning the red cow,
;is well as the person who sprinkles
the cleansing water, become de-
filed themselves. This entire
ordinance has baffled the intelli-
gence of all who studied it Our
lages gave up hope of ever pene
(rating this mystery. In despera
ion. they referred to it as a "Hok. a law which God had ordained,
and which man is not permitted to investigate. Yet. according to the
Torah. it is a "Hukat Olam" (Verse 21). a law for all times.
Isn't it strange that precisely this law has become obsolete and
inoperative for nearly 2.000 years, not withstanding the fact that it
carries the stamp ol approval of God Himself, as His irrevocable de-
cree0 How did the reverent and masterful scholars and codifiers of
Talmudic times have the temerity to abolish the institution of the
"Red Heifer?"
It seems to me that the fn.ners of Jewish law were often confront-
ed with the realistic situation that some Biblical laws were not en-
forceable in theii literal connotation. After all, even laws that are
ordained by God must be acceptable to the people. Otherwise, they
tall into disuse and become inoperative. In this category, we find
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BETH DAVID. 2826 SW 3rd ave. Con-
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Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturrl:i\ a.m. liar
fitsvah: Itohert itruui-, hod <>i Mr,
and Mrs. Ruben tdela.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Prtflay vl". p.m. Efermon: "The Mean-
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BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
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Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Frlria) -::!" p.m. Salurdu> n :;' a.m.
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
l'Yiila> ii 30 p.m. S.ilurihiv vl". :i m
3:30 p.m. Diecuiwlon: "Ethk-a ol Our
I- .uli,-i a."
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krie|er. secre-
tary.
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BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday 6:46 p.m. Saturday B:S9 a.m.
Sermon: "The Man In is." u p.m. j
"KtUlrs of nur Fathers."
GEMS OF WISDOM
.Since f rayxt-if ttand in need of
Gods pity. / have granted *n
amnesty to all my enemies.
Ham.
i
God U'dl pardon that'* His
bwnieai. i "!-j I-
*
\V/n urcn^e.s .vufojues one. who
forgives rules over two.
I. HUR.WITS.
* *
The lnx/ievi and most difficult
i>/ all moral lessons to forgive
ilio.se- we havt in;ured.
Pur.i.Ki I pray Thee
people.
I I A. 1)11
the iiiii|!ii:\
n r m i us
God f i e s ,s:>:n unmftted
against Him, bur offenses agalitsi
man musl hi- forgiven b\ die m-
|Ured person TA1 MID
*
He who forgives uill himself be
forgiven. kaba.
.....i name
BETH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th
awe. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachen-
baum.
Friday 6:1a p.m. Baturdny B:4S a.m.
Bar Mirzvah: n>ii. sun of Mr. and
.Mrs Milliard .Martin: Robert, eon Of
the law of "Ben Sorer Umoreh. the disloyal and defiant son for whom; Mr. and Mra. Milton l-iuatln.
the Bible decrees the death penalty; the "Lex Talionis." B0 eye for
an eye; the numerous ritual piohibitions for which the Bible prescribes
the death penalty.
The Rabbis, in good conscience, could not accept these laws lit-
erally, and so they interpreted them in a manner which made them
inoperative in a literal sense The same applied to the process of
ritual cleansing by means of tiie ashes of the Red Heifer.
This legal atrophy has also been applied to Biblical laws per-
taining to the execution of witches, shaving, animal sacrifices, Gen-
tile wine, special regulations governing the Priestly clan, etc. Lit-
eramesi often becomes a barrier to practical application, and the law
becomes a dead letter Such laws must then be reinterpreted, or be
allowed to f:ill into disuse.
This page is prepared in
cooperation u-ith the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
IABBI MAX a. LIPSCHtTZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIN
Gems of Wisdom
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel,
Friday s:l". p.m. Sermon: "A Portrah
of the Keif. Saiurclas v:;n a.m. Ber-
nion: "Portion of the Week." Bar
Httavah: Rodd, sun of Mr. and Mrs
Robert Hinser. Mincha 6:30 p.m. liar
Mltavah: i-aul. sou of Mr. und .Mrs.
William MaiinlneT,
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
'" J
Why do lom Jew relax certain
restrictions on the last day of
the- Passover Holiday?
This is a most misunderstood
phenomenon. Basically, all the
law! and restrictions that apply
to the eating of Chamctz (leaven-
ing) during the first seven days
of the Passover holiday apply just
a-, stringently to the last day of
p issover There are sumo Jews, m
however, who are exceptionally
strict on the first seven days of the jast day of passover in the
the Passover regarding such things Synajogue?
as eating cooked or soaked Mat- Medieval authorities (Levush)
OH products, or about eating only ciajm lnat Yizkor is recited on the
what is called "Matzoh Shmurah" |nst day 0f Passover, the last day
(whose grain has been under sur- ol sbavuoth and the last day of temple beth^am.msomn.
voillance since it was cut. instead: succou, because the Torah read Herbert Baumgard. cantor
Of only since it was milled). ing of those three days finishes by' ri.ftidner:,,l S^M,. ,.
These Jews (some of tbem only) reading the verse "Every man
such excessive restrictions | shall give as he is able, accord-
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Frirtas !:::< p.m. Salnrilas '.' a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Itobvrt, eon o( Mr. and Mrs
Loula Lopatln. Mincha B:3o p.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 556 W. 49th St., Hia-
leah Reform. ,
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ISRAELITE CENTER 2175 SW 25th
St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Prlduy B:l'i p.m. Saiunlas s::;n a.m.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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M1NYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviaer.
I'riilav 8:13 p.m. I'ulpil Kinst: Rablii
Mtcbai-I Uoulaton, uf Mamotkeater.
LiiKi.uui. Saturday m:*5 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
1-Yiilay S::in p.m. Glieai npeaker. Judd
Mori, pii-iilini ol the Congregation.
Ones .Shilil.ai boated by Sisterhood
Saturday 9:30 a.m. Ymuii aervlcea.
TEMPLE EMrNU-EL, 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmat- Cantor Hirah Adler.
Friday > p.m. Saiunlas' :i a.m. liar
Mltavah: Allan, huh of Mr. and Mrs.
Juok As net: Steven, sun ol Mr. anil
Mis. I., ii Rokeach. Minrlla 7 |i.iu K.m
Mil/.v.ili: l.airs. sun uf Mis. Sara
Asi.ii
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 1th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
I'riilas R:i5 p.m. Sermon: "The Con-
s. ralon of Rabbi Tarr."
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
Friday B:la p.m. fetermon: "How t.
Enjoy a Vac-ntlon." Saturday n a.m
Ihtr Mltavah: Glen, son of Mr. ami
Mi.-. Siilii, s Kas
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th'TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
a" C^naervatiee Rabbi Maurice Rbb. Her.ch.l Brooks. Cantor Ben
Klein.
l-iiilas S:i5 p.m. Sermon: "Tins Four
1025' Kinil- "I Jewish l.a\s." Saturday 8:45
liiion: "What is I'urrls ""
Dickson.
.las -I
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. n.qi
,? BTraer E' C'PU"" *"*"' \ TEMPLE ZION. '5720 SW 17th at.
Morris Berger. ^ ____ Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
Kendall man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Rabbi S.tuinlas !i a.in. Sermon: "1-a.ws anil
Charles m.iuh..-. Bar Mltavah: I'aul. s..n of
Mr. and Mra. ll-riiian QrecnfleJd.
ontLlasTr^onhWaisov-eMo ing to" the blessing of the Lord.
to pledge
tntniKi you have to tak'-
*wt anal hamtSat you find !
it; 'tn.t fortunatfly. i can cfioosr
ftie-.ds. SCHNlTZLr.R. I
e *
- tfir bite of a friend than
si of a-, enemy.
..... osi ALEICHCM.
* *
fsWatp one heart in two
AZB2RA.
restrictions were aumed"as only I thee." (Deut. U-.m. Since it was
restricuoii^ no I therefore customary
personal ac o p.U> and m ^ dead ^
way cast reflections on the res, o. ^ ^ ^^
SoKveZm01 ffrjr^lSSS M made in the, mem-
ing that some JE^^^Tte, are some who claim that
even these "J,on SJJJJ (Jtf souls of all the deceased would
apply to the last da> J^TJ J ^^ in the temple of old
as well s'nee their relaxation ^> fcdji, since it wa.
some i.e. those who ^< sucfl ^^^ that every man
them) led to ^\ united himself with his history
elusion on the part ot MlHi *"" __, _.,,, kic anntultnrs Taitinc
began to feel that the iast day of
the Passover is not as important
as the first seven days.
e
Why re stmW t*rayer for the
dead (Yrikwr) recited during
and with bis ancestors. Taking
leave of the festival thus meant
again taking leave of the deceas-
ed .and thus charity was pledged
for their departed souls as it was
when leave was first taken of
them at their demise.
Kodner.
Prlilas 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
Happy Thoua* "<> Vacation." Satur-
day 11:1* a in. Bar Mitxvah: Jonn-
thon, s..n ,il Mr. anil Mra. I^e Hu-
rls. Mark, a......f Dr. and Mra Irwln
Mi.isi-.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabtti Samuel Jafle.
----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morria S*op.
Canter Herman Gottlieb.
Frldav RU5 p.m. ehrmon: "< >ur Lst
garvlce In Suniland Hall." Saturday
10:30 a.m. St-rmon: "A People of
Lavt-a."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HoMy.
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendeiowitx. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 37
NE 1S7th 9*. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
l-ridav S:30 p.m. Sormon: "worablp
and 1;h-il.) ionoot." Klsterhoud will host the Onec
Shabbat. Saturday 9 a.m.
1 TEMPLE BeTH~SHOLOM. 4144 Che
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Warnick. Cantor Albert Qlantz.
Friday 8:30 pan nermnn: "Deatruc-
tive nemona. Onea Hhabbtrt hoeted
l.s Mai. i-h.iiKl. Saturday H a.m. Sor-
ni.ili: "1'in'liiui of th,' Wwk."
---- ----
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Cantor Maur-
ice Neu.
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YOUNG ISRAi-u. 0 NE 71 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
Friday 7 p.m. Baturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Wi-.-k." Mincha
1 p.m.
CANDLWGHTING TIMf
6 Tammuz 6:59 pun.


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Friday. June' 38, 1963
fcWjjjM Eg* Boofcs: By HILARY MINDUN
Will Theological Argument Affect Christian Jewish Ties?
THE JEWISH-CHRISTIAN ARGUMENT: A History of
Theologies in Conflict. By Hans Joachim Schoeps.
Translated by David E. Green. 208 pp. New York:
Holt, Rirtehart and Winston, 383 Madison Ave. $5.00.
THE ARGUMENT, of course, has been long and bloody.
' turning ceaselessly on its central theme, the devil
i ,'s well as their Testaments: whether the Messiah had
come in the person of the man called Jesus ci Nazareth,
and whether, assuming his historical reality, his spiritual
reality was an intent to fulfill the Law or to destroy it
The argument, which began in the first century CE, has
undergone many differences in style and substance, but
it was only recently that its very manner and view have
changed, leading, perhaps, to a new era in communica-
1 on and relationshipwhich is a very dry, pedagogic
vay of saying that something theologically exciting
M'cms to be happening.
Berlin-born Hans Joachim Schoeps has been called
"one of the leading Jewish scholars of this generation;"
ih exile in Sweden during the Nazi period, he has been
professor of History of Religion at Erlangen Jince 1947.
?nd president of the Society for the History of Philos-
ophies. His book begins by examining the basic assump-
tions of late Judaism and early Christianity toward each
othertheir conception of messianism and the relation of
lorah and faith.
Thin he shifts into the great debates of the Middle
AgesSaadyah Gaon, Judah ha-Levi and Isaac Troki
and the fascinating polemicist Balthaser (Isaac) Orobio
de Castro, the Marrano whose "four questions" take ex-
cellent issue with the arguments put forth by the Church
tor fifteen-hundred years. Orobio also anticipates, as
Schoeps points out, Voltaire's verdict and one of Nietz-
sche's significant themes: "The Christians must appear
more redeemed if I am to believe in their redemption."
But the impact of the Enlightenment changed the for-
mat of the argument. Set now in a secular rather than
a theocratic society, the lines of communication have
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Black Muslims are Pressing Their Advantage
INTENSIFICATION OF racial tension
has produced an eruption of anti-l
Semitism from the anti-white "Black!
.Muslims," a relatively small but mili-l
taut and well organized Negro faction.!
Malcolmn X. Black Muslim spokesman,!
has told television audiences in Wash
ington. New York, Boston and else\vhere|
that Jews deserve special blame.
In a telecast that shocked many nil
the national capital, Malcolm X said: "A lot of Jews
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
With Shazar
* I WAS READING a story' about
Israel's President lately. It
seems one time he was on a rail-
road train and looked very per-
urbed. A friend sitting behind
him came up and asked what was
he trouble.
"I lost my ticket." said Mr.
Shazar. "Well, there is nothing
" get excited about." said the
me.hi. "so you lost your ticket. Look around. You
i us) have ;t somewhere on you or maybe on the
lloor around you
Bui I have looked," said Mr. Shazar "Well,
look again," said the friend, "and if you have lost
your ticket, it is not a terrible thing. Explain it
to tin conductor. Maybe you'll have to buy an-
uther ticket, But is thai so terrible? So il will
ci si you another dollar or two."
"But you don't understand." said Mr. Shazar.
"You see, on the ticket it tells where i am going.
Without it, I don't know where I am going."
It's one of those stories people like to tell
about the absent-minded genius Like the story
; bout the philosopher Hoses Mendelsohn. One das-
he was apnroaching his house when his servant,
mistaking his identity called out. Mr. Mendelsohn
is not at home."
"All right." said Mendelsohn turning around.
"I'll come some other time." And then of course
there is the story of the absent-minded genius who
came home one rainy day and put his umbrella
in bed and stood himself in the corner. It is told
of Harriman, the railroad builder that he once
walked to his office in his pajamas.
These stories are usually very exaggerated. I
don't think there need be any concern on this point
about President Shazar. In case he happens to forget
who the particular ambassador he is receiving is,
he probably soon will have the envoy singing, and
then it won't make any difference. Some years
back, Mr. Shazar was called upon for a speech at
some meeting at which there had been a sreat deal
of speechmaking
Quoting the Bible, Mr. Shazar said, "Ma no-
mar," (What is there to say''). "Instead-of saying
anything." he continued, "let us all join in singing
the Rebbe's song." The whole auudience joined in.
(The Haasidim were "singing along with Mich"
1-jng before they did it on television.)
The story is told that at a meeting of the
Histadrut in the Negev on one hot summer day,
an American tourist who was present lamented the
I. ck of any arrangements to offset the high tem-
peratures.
"How can you expect people to sit in such
(Weltering t< mperatures? In America, we would
have sense enough to air condition the hall," said
the American
",Iu-,t wait." said an Israeli, "until Mr. Shazar
starts speaking and one hand will go this way and
another thai, and soon there will be air condition-
ing plenty ."
have a guilty conscience when you mention exploitation
because they realize that they control 90 percent of the
businesses in every Negro community from the Atlantic
to the Pacific and that they get more benefit from the
Negro purchasing power than the Negro does or than
any segment of the white community does, so they have
a guilt complex on this."
He charged that "when you mention exploitation of
Negroes, most Jews think that you're talking abaut them,
and in order to hide what they are guilty of, they accuse
you of being anti-Semitic." He defended the contacts
of George Rockwell, Nazi leader, with the Black Mus-
lims.
Neither does Malcolm X end it there. He tells his
followers not to shed tears over Hitler's anti-Jewish holo-
caust. "When these Jews," he advises, "come up in your
face, trying to get you to cry for them over what hap-
l iled to them, you tell them you don't have any tears
left. You have shed too many tears for your own kind."
The National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People and other Negro groups were denounced
by Malcolm X for permitting Jews to be members. He
said that the president of the NAACP was of the Jewish
laith and that "the same Jews wouldn't let you become
the president of the B'nai B'rith or their different or-
ganizations."
Malcolmn X said that Jews used violence against
Nazis, "but these same Jews who will condone violence
on their part or hale someone whom they consider to be
an enemy, will join Negro organizations and tell Negroes
to be non-violent."
Blaming both Jews and Christians for the Negro
crime rate. MalcoJm X said it was "the Judaic-Christian
society thai created all Of the factors thai send so many
so-called Negroes to prison."
Malcolm X maintained that most of his former
Ciates were white. "They were either Jew- or Chris-
tians, and l saw hypocrisy on both side:none of them
real!) practiced what the) preached."
The Black Muslims have emerged as segregation-
ists, as well as racist agitators. They advocate a black
chauvinist nationalism and constitute .i Negro supremacy
separatist movement, They despise the Rev. Martin
Luther King. NAACP, Core, the student non violent group
and Jews who support such Integrationist organization-.
They urge Negroes to hate the white devils."
An estimated 100,000 belong to the Black Muslim
cult.
Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. United Nations Undersecretary,
if concerned. According to Dr. Bunche, the Negro's only-
nationalism is Americanism, and the Black Muslims
"with their defeatist doctrine of racial separation are
as wrong as the White Citizens Councils with their ad-
vocacy of white supremacy."
been restrung in a way which was impossible before. Th
modern confrontationsof Franz Rosenzweig and Bug)
liosenstok-Huessy. and Martin Buber and Karl Ludwi.
Schmidt seem io find ways of recognizing each other
validities without in the least relinquishing one's owi
Called by Schoeps existential religious dialogues," tin
define "the meaning of Christianity for Israel andi
mutual historical interpenetration of vocation and de
tinythe meaning of Israel for Christianity."
Thus Rosenzweig can admit, first, the energy of th
Church in spreading what is ultimately Torah, and sec
end. that all other nations "come to the Father throug
Jesus Christ." except Israel, who is already with Hm
and that all fix their gaze on the final day when thes
differences will he superlluous. And Buber can speal
of a willingness to accept Christianity's revelation a
correct for them ("We do not say that God cannot r
veal himself in this manner"), while maintaining its u
relevance for Jews ("We only say that we cannot ascribe
finality to any one of His revelations, nor to any one
Ihe character of the Incarnation God transcends
absolutely all of his manifestations"). |JB
This, of course, is a very simple rendering of a boor
of superb intellectual debate. Whether theological argu
ment, even in this fine new mode, will make any palpable
difference in relationships between Christians and Jews
is a question left to sociologists and. finally, to histor)
But this book is indeed a "prerequisite for dialogue." a
polemic which one hopes, not to win, but only to lur
vive together.
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Success of Mirisch
Hollywood
THE MIRISCH Company now
' brings to. the screen "The
Great Escape," authentic, story of
the largest single breakout of Brit
ish and American POW'a from a
German prisoner of war camp
riuria W"'M War II. As directed
by John Sturges, it is one of the
iup coiueoiieis for next year's
Academy Award nominations. The Mirisch Bros,
who left Allied Artists less than six years ago to ^
form their own organization, not only have ln'ir,
come Hollywood's largest independent production
team, but alto one collecting consistently more
laurels and prizes than do the oil established ma
picture companies.
Headquartered at the Samuel Goktwyn Studios
the Mirisch unit won multiple Oscars for Bill>
Wilder's "The Apartment' and Robert Wise's "W -'
Storj Billy Wilder's "Some Like it Hot'
and One. Two. Three'' were box office hits. Will
Wyler's "The Children's Hour' and Wise
"Two for thi Seesaw" wire artistic triumphs: onlj
"The Horse Soldiers" proved a dismal failure. Still
unreleased is the multi million dollar feature "Irma
La Donee, enlai ' musical comedy; in pup nation is the Fred Zin
nemann filmization of James A. Micbener'i be-t
seller "Hawaii The name Mirisch Spells -lie
H SS" HI (I |l|j W(l(ld.
John Sturges, who directed "The Magnificent
Seven" for Ihe Mirisch Company, with "The Great
Escape," ..nuts .in heroic incident in Stalag Lufl
IIIdescribed as a story of great adventure. Al
ready in the opening music by Elmer Bernstein,
we can detect a softness of approach, later display-
ed on the screen in a gentlemanlike attitude to-
wards the enemy, with Hannes Messemcr portray-
ing an SS camp commandei with the grandeur of
a professional soldier of the Anglo Saxon breed.
Nobility and fair play were no virtues of the mili-
tary leaders serving the Third Reich.
t
The Renaissance of Hatemonger James Madole
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
JEWS IN THIS country know by now speech that American Jews be deprived of their tit.
the name of George Rockwell and
lis American Nazi Party because of the
big noise which this small group has
been making. They heard little of the
'Nazi National Renaissance Partj
i huh recently attempted to hold a
street meeting in the Yorkviile section
Of New York which was the stronghold
Of the Na/:- m the Hitler days. This
meeting, like the meetings of the American Nati Parly.
was intended to create publicity, through anti-Jewish
rabble rousing, lor the group which has an insignificant
number of members.
The National Renaissance Party, led by .lame II
Madole, has been practically dead for almost 10 years
Recently, it revived its storm troops and launched a
series of indoor rallies in the Yorkviile section of New
York in anticipation of attracting former Nazis At one
of these meetings, "leader" Madole demanded in his
zenship. There were about 70 people n the audiance,
and they were "guarded" by several members of the
neo-Nazi party attired In brown shirts, black ties, and
a'-mbands bearing the lightning-bolt insignia orginally
symbolizing the Hitler Youth.
Various items of anti-Semitic liter lure distributed
at the meeting included a pamphlet on "Jewish rl
murder" and several issues ol an Arab periodical. M
ole started the National Reonaisaane Party m 1949
bttracting former German-American Bi idists and oth
pro-Nasii with his flagrantly Hitlerlan propaganda. Over
"" >' "'-. he lot bis influence in Yorkviile, but afti
he was "discovered" bj a radio commentator, his not.
tety spread.
He now publishes a bi monthly newsletter, distribut-
ed nationally, often featuring front-page caricatures of
l,,Wv His current I.....klel also offers a biography of
Nasser. Hii pr ipaganda i- directed not only agai
Ji -. but also gains! Negroes and Puerto Ricans.


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l'lalntif's attorney, AINSLEH It
KEHI'lE-. Baa., Suite 208-4, 2113 B.W.
J..J.UI..' Rood, Coral 'laid.- si. I'l..r
Ida, and file the o.iginnl answer >r
ftl-itdii ig n rtte office ..f the Clerk or
|t-aiJ i". art on or before the Huh daj
of July. IV".:. Ii you rail to do ki n
Decree Pro Confeeso will be entered
:ii;:iiij^t <-. the relief Bought in Ilia
Cinpla-r.t lor Kmi-idoHure of Mort-
gage.
WITN' --' my hand and the seal of
said Court ut Minn,i. Hade County,
Florida, this 3rd .lire of .Ian*. J'.igs.
-.. it. i.kathekman
I rg of Circuit Court
(seal) By: N. a. HEWETT,
Deputy i ierk
AIN8l.BE p. FERDIE. i:so
Attorne Cor I'laintifi
Bulte 202-f 2SI5 8.W. 1.. .In..... ltd.
Coral i li i 14, Florida
7-1 1-91-28
vDAyw
Page 11-A
BY HENRY LEONARD
"And all our rooms come with hot and cold
running water, plus a complete set of the
Babylonian Talmud!"
Cpr. I*3. Dnii ftedycilom
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5 SI'JB
IN RE: .. id
MORI US HELDMAN
I .. nd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All .": :.r- and All Persona Hav-
in.; Ctafcttb or liemands Against Said
Eatate:
You i'........-i.y notified and reqalr-
,mI to present any claims and de-
mand* ^ '' .*h you may hav. aaalnai
the .Ma'- of MORRIS 111:1 n.MA.v .i--
ceaaed lat. : Dude County, Florida,
to tin Count) .in in.- "i Dade Conn- |
ty. and the name In duplicate and
aa provided in Section "3S.16, Florida I
Btatutea, in their offices in the Coun-
ty I'uiirtho.is.. In t>nde County, ITor-
Ida. within nix calendm month* from
lie time of the find publication hen
of, or !* Mime ^^ i. 1 be barred
l>:,i. ., ..: Miami I loi i.i... thin Srd
da] of \ l> '
l.olis 111 il.DMAN
\- Exe. iror
AARON M K \.NN' ':
AM..i n. I.......I ddiim
.Mi.. Ida
l\Ih[ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN 1VD FOR DADE COUNTY.
E_ORinA IN PROBATE
No. 5 888C
IV hi:
,. \\ BBIKI
.... ,
NOT Ct OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\. ,|-,. .. hereto atven thai we
... ,i ir Iin.ii Hi i" i i and I'ell-
li. n f. Kinal I's-
. hanti
r irma 'Jra> '""
. .-..I ... I July. li..I. will
I. p., lion < .
I vol. unl). i : proval
i i-,i...l Renorl anil foi ill u bu-
i i"ii ai.o final dha hai Be < n
i il lb i...... named
. ,,|. : hi* Ird ,i .. id .'"i
Kli:.-T NATIONAL I'.ANK Ot
.MIAMI. .MIAMI I'lV i'"1
RAYMOND n NATHAN,
,.,,-, \. III.is
i! m Rational Bank of Miami
.....executor
imi lilmwyne Rlvil South
Ml unl, Knri.l.. (. s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Niriiii: is IIKRERY HIVEN thai
the iii.l.i-simi.-.i. rteslrlnu lo engage in
bttaineeff nn.l.-r the rirliiioUH nnnie of
'Tiaim'Vs i. r x i- M ii x i:tt k \-
.H'li'i: BAR at liKi f'olline Avo., Mi-
ami Reach, l i.i., Intend to register
sahl name iili the Clerk of Hie Cir-
cuit Court of i'a.l.- ii Plorlda.
CII.ADYS CiORIN
RCTII VNN I-A7.AXSK1
i rirnei -
JAT RCRTOX Ki:vs
Aii.-i ii. \ for i' nei>
S ;-l*-2t-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 59761-B
In RE: Batnte of
HAN I1AI.I.KH
Decenaed.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditor* and All IVrmna Hav-
bag I'lauii* or Ueuiunda Againat Bald
Berate:
Ton are hereby notified and requir-
ed to i.i..-. in am claims and demand*
ahii-b ion may have against the
eatate ul DAN ''. VI.IJCK dee. ibi d
late Cook County, Illinois, to the
,1'oiihm Judge* |...i. County, and
file thi i duplii and as
pi ul 1 || .1 ll '
| Statutes, In iii-ii nffices n the Coun-
ty i '..hi i lin i In I '...I.....mi '. Flor-
ida, .' h> floin
n
.1 III.

I .,. I
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DVVID I' I '
i Ami
\
.< CAI'SMAN
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ill
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I.. I.
nil
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCU>-T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6455
Kl.Ti i.X Ti I'lTKN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIE .1. T'niTK.X.
1 ..|. n.l.i i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO!', WILLIE .1. TuuTKX, Route
-\ Madlaon, Georgia, are notlfleil to
serve a copy of I'our answer i< ii-
vorce Complaint filed again*! you on
I'lalniiii's attorney liEOKGE .X1CH-
I'l.AS. U12 N.W. 12 th Ave., Miami,
Fla.. and fil.* original with Clerk of
tlii Court on or before IMI day of
July. 1963, otherwise r..n.plaint will
be onfeaaed by \ oo.
DATED June l-t'i. ISRS.
i:. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Hi.- Circuit Court
i-..,li By: N. A. UEWETT,
Deputy i.*ieik
6 I4-21-2X, 7 S

\i
l-l:i
;.i i-:i-_'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKRV OIVBN thai
i he mi.i. : iiigne i ...-ii.in; lo ngagi '"
l.iislnera undei the in tltlou* nam< <
\\ INSTANT AIT" INSCKORH l
r.:: x w Ith Btrei t Miami, I
gt. inl~ ti ?. glt< i line "I'll in'
Ul, k ol the <-ii. ll I'ourl ol Iadi
Ida. 1%, .
AUK .--i..\ .-. ASStH'l \Ti:>. M
X ;-i i-.i-is
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ix.iTii'K is HERKHV UIVKN Mini
mi.....algned, desiring In el
in.-.- undei the ti. liii'.'is naini of
LLMTATKH BOX DIN* I CO. at 1.-.
[\V. Tih Street, Ml I la-, mi. mis
ir -ail n..in. "h lh. lerk
the Circuit i'.iiin Had* County,
Y.KI.--I..N It ASSiK-IATKS. JNC.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
COTfTB IS HEREBY OIVBN that
nderalgnee), .lestrine t.. engage in
ihiaes-. under the fl.-tiil.ni-. name yl
ISTANT ACTiiMllll.B LIAHII.IT\
IBCRANCE at I73J N.W. 7th Slr.et.
Inmi. Kla.. Intend* to register Mid
|me Kith the Clel* of tin i bcuit
inn >,f Had.- County. Jlorlda.
VI>KISS. .N A ASSiw'l VTI'.S. INT
6,7-n .I-'-;'
in the circuit colrt of the
iith judicial Circuit of
florida. in and for dade
county. in chancery
NO 6".C 6133
i:i: \ i'i:i.'i: i :i ii.I i'i:l-.
I'la i lit ill.
\ e I .- 11-
HENKY i:i II.IMKI'.
11. I, udant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IIKXl.Y iilll.l'i'l:!-.
A,ktr.*s l nknown
Yi ii iii:.ni:s :i'u.ii >RD, ari noti-
fied lo s.-i ve cops ol your anawer
,,, |>|vor< 'i.aitit fib 'I agalnat
v..ii ..ii l'laint'n'f ntl ii !. llEl HI' IK
NICHol. \> N w 12th Avei......
v unl IR, Rorldn. and file original
nlth Clerk tin* Conn n r be'on
.1 ,iiv loth, i'";'.. oii'e'i!- complaint
l|i be .onie .-.I In you
i,.\Ti:i. .i in :ii
i: Ii LKATHERMAN
,-|, il. of the ii:- ult Court
By C l' Cop
"''" ;.H.J|.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBHY GIVEN that
the underalgned, deeding to engagi In
bualnea* under the flctltoue name of
Caribbean I'ape .\ t'hemical Sales
Co, I mil in.- i at 2Mn X.w S9th Avi -
nil... Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
i-i. i ~ .i.i .....lie ith the 'lei I- of the
'..... Court "t I '.oi. i "ountj. Floi Ida.
I.KSI.IK FORRi '
.- .. ...
i.i:. in ni:i KAI.ISH
Alt...... ) fur A
I.-" I
ti I I-2I-2S, 7 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'TH'K IS HBRKIIY tilVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng to engagi
in I.ii-.n.-- under Ibe flctllloi:* nun.
ol CHECKKR VAN *- STORAOE CO
at 91IMJ N VV, 29th Cl Miami. I'la In-
t.mis to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
Count). Florida.
.1 ll MARTIN
Sol.- i Iwner
;. SI, t 7-14-81
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6JC liili:
i nri:i:s\ r Tlill'l.
I la in
RfSSKI.I. i TRII'l.
'"s'uiT FOR DIVORCE
T. i i:rssi:i.i. .i TRII'l
;.s Donald l>rive
|llU ,,i Cheekt.> igil, N.
You itrssci.i. .i ti:iit. a'
,,. mtlrVd that a Bill "I Complain
' ",. ".,,. ha* been Hied again*
con. and you are rcmlred to serve a
tp) ..r yoni Anew
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 51.928
IN RB: Betate of
SAI I, A8HKKNAZT. a k a
SASMA ASIIKCNAZY
Deceaaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereby given that we
l.:,\.. tiled our Final Report and Peti-
tion foi Distribution and Final I'la-
chnrge as executor* of the eatate til
s.uil Aahkenaay, a k a Bnaha Aah-
kenaay, deceaaed: and that on the n
day "f July. 1962, will apply to the
in,i......i.le Count) Judge* of Hade
County, Florida, for approval ol *ald
i- innl Report and for dlali Ibutlon and
utor- ..i the ca-
ll, in
il discharge
York
h.le-
llf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
fOTM?E is HHHKHY HfVKN lhe>l
anderslgnnl, ile-e-ii Ins to engage In
in.-- under th. flctllloiw name ol
l:w..... MEDIC \l. CLINIC at "-"
thwi i lv.nl Street, Miunil, Ftor-
inten.l to regleter snid name with
Clerk of 111- I'ir.-uit i'..in I "i
< 'o.in(\. Kloi Ida.
.11 I.i.s uaKi. INDBR. "' "
MCRRAY ZEDECK, D.tl
'Hi i.n m Ai.sri'is
Itorney i. Julei I iklumler
/"''-- I/7-U-2I-M
Pb-adlna
V^l ft.ll I" do so. IH '>>
W1,| he Rtkjn aua.ns. >..l to,
Uef demanded In t I -d ,
Thi- notice shall t P"01,.
, u.eK for four .....-;.'":
I rill-' JBYY ISM l- '' :"" VN
'",.. .ni": AM' ORIJK1
rlerhia, this loih ', ,: u:uni:DMV-
d
tin- re-
mphtlnl
hen on..
eekS
:it Miami,
.lime. A 1'

(aeal)
Ooldman,
B>

./., V.-...: Caul. -
Miami ''. n> ,.,'
rneya foi i '
\ -i


IN
fin...
tale of the ai.ov. -named
Thi* l""i day ol June, 1963.
CHARLBS LII'l"t>\\
w VRREN K. WII'M \X
A'EPMAN A x\ i'.l'.M \N
AI lorn.> -
III" Ills, a \ ne Building
Miami 32, rlorlda g |( ^ ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58978-A
RB: Kstate .1
Jl'AN >. Kl.i.vrCIM.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IVvsni- II
log claims r Demands Acatnal
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any chums ami fle-
iii in-N that voii may have aanlnst We
'"','ate of JCAN S. KI.IAKIM...r,se,l
[ate of fade County. Florida, to the
County Judges ... Dads County, and
Hie the same In dupllPate and **-
vi.l.d In Sei-tion 7S8.16, H.iri.la Stat-
, s in tl.ei, offices In the Counts
"Irurthouse "> |v"'- ,Vl,,'>,, ;;''';;'
within six calendar montha from th.
time Of the first publication Inieoi.
,. n,,. sain.- will be burred. .
Dated at Miami. Florida, this itB
,i;,v of June, vi'. '"':\,,..,
PBTBR M l.i'l'l /
As Administrator
KIDNEY BFRONSON
for Administrator
Said
Bill
has
A.l-
111-
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No 63-2263
l.ons KAPEL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK I.. OI.EN8,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR INDEBTEDNESS
TO: JACK T.. DLENS
Philadelphia, Pa.
You are hereby notified thai a
oi Complain I for Indebtedness
been Hied agalnat you. ami you
required to son a copy oi youi
sw.r or Pleading to the BUI of I
plain! on the Plaintiffs Attorney*
b'HEVIN, OUODMAX \- IIOI.T/..MAX.
246 Beybold Building, Miami :,:'. Flor-
i.ia, ami fih- the original Answer or
Pleading in the offlc..... the Clerk
of the Civil court of Record on or be-
fore th- 18th day of July, 116.1, it
you fail to do so. Judgment bj default
will be taken aainst you for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
erch week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Dade county. Florida, this 17th day
of June, A.D., Kir.;.
.i P. McCRACKEN, Clerk of
the civil Conn of Record
Hade County, Florida
(seal) By: CHARLES C, PAGE,
Deputy ci.-rk
BHEVIN, GOODMAN A HOLTZMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
346 Beybold Knihlin
Miami 38, Florida
By: Harry M. Rosen
6/21-2S, 7 -,-i;
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I It :i- lti05
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, deelrlnn t.. nngage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bherlyn Publishing Co. (not ln<-.) at
I'..". B.E. in Ct., Ilialeah, Fla., Wtenda
to rngloter said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Conn of Hade Countv,
Florida,
HENRY HTOXi:
6/7-14-31-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6716
ESTER HEGEDCS and JULIA
MKUK.
Plaintiff.
VS.
f. K. ROBERTS RBALTT
COMPANY, a dissolved Florida
corporation, .-t als.,
I.. i, inlain.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tin-: stati: m fl< irida
TO TIIK DEFENDANTH:
JAMEK F. lilltl.KV. a slnsie man,
A KCHAPER and RLIZABETH
HCHAPBR, his wife. .1 K. ROBERTH
an.I BEF1K C ROBERTS, his wife,
c. W. MINKLER and BERTHA I.
MINKER, his wife, and JOHN .1.
H("RLE\, a single man, whose resi-
dence* and addiesses are unknown
and are not known to be .lead <>.
alive, ami ii any of the above named
defendants are dead, then the tin-
known spouses, heirs, devisees, man- ]
tee*, assignees, Honors, trustees or [
other parties claiming by. through or :
under or against such deceased par-
ty, ami all unknown persons or par-
tie* having or claiming to have an)
i-iirht, title or interest in ami to the
following described bind, to wit:
Lota and 7 of Block 17 TAMIAMI
PINES, a subdivision in Bade Coun-
ty, Florida, as per Plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book ll. page 23 nf
the Public Records ol Dade Coun-
ty. Florida.
you ami each nf you are hereby
notified that srit ha- been filed In
the above named Court by the above
...line.i plaintiff* for the puri........I
quieting title of the plaintiffs in and
to ili.< |impel't> involved, hereinahove
lb : I lie.I
YoC ARE HEREBY RBQCIRED to
-el\. a Op) Of "HI .i .'. ol -
ing* on VRI >.\i IVITB, Sll.\ BH &
SCHER, ii i- plaintiffs' attornei -. and
to file he uliginill in Hi.....' i. of
the i Tel-k of th ',i i nil Courl i.i the
Kb Celll Ii I Kill i.il Cm. nil i-; anil for
11 i.i. fount Flor da, on !
iln 23rd day ol July, 11.63, In de-
fault oi w hi. h .i Dei Pro i '..11-
fesso w ill be enti ll ami !
. ach of you.
HONK VND ORDERED ,n Miami,
Dade County, Flotilla, till* isth da)
.. June, A I > I'". !
i: n LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit din t. I i.i.I.- 'ount). Floi Ida
taeal) By: k M. i.v.man.
IVputy Clerk
ARONOVITZ, SILVER & KCHER
Attorne) for Plaintiff*
(01 Ainaley Hldg., Miami :::'. Fla
B 21-2S, 7 r-12
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 58846-C
lii Re: ESTATE OF
MATTTI-: HARRIS
I....."HHeil
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
in* claims or Demands Against Bald
Bstate:
You, ami each of you, are hereby
notified aii'l required to present any
claim* an*I demands which '-on, or
either of you. may have against the
.state of mattii: Hakims deceased
lat.- "t Daiie County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the same iii their of-
fice* in ili.- County Courthouse In
I'a.h- County, Florida, within eight
calendar month* from the date of the
first publication hereof. Buhl elairtui
or demands to cuntiim the legal a.l-
dreS* of the .-lailiialit an.I t-> be -worn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be i.ari.-.l.
Hat.,i June l. a i' i"*::
D. .1 MILLNER
As Executor of the last will and
T. .-lament of Mat tie Hal rls,
Deeet sed
BEN ESSEN, BWI
mil Beybold BMg., Miami :.'.'. Fla.
Altorile\- for l'Ne. lllol-
6 i-U-21-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
BIG VALUE, THE BIG VALCE, BIO
VAI.l'i: FOOD STORES, anil TIIK
BUI v.U.i'E FOOD st..i:i:s. at I6S8S
West Dixie Highway, North Miami
Beach, Florida intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
IT.i iW i IF MIAMI, INC.,
a Florida Corporation
KOVNER & MAXNHEIMBR
Attorneys for Flow of Miami. Inc
a i- lot i.i.i coi porntlon. ..... .
4| Sccurlt) Ti n '
.- || :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
X. 'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.lsill.ss Ull.ler III. I.....lOUS names of
\ M.i E VAT, DOCItl.E V. THE BIG
V W ai 1838'. W'esl Dixie Highway,
Morth Miami Beach, Florida Intends
to register said names with the < lent
,.f the cir.-uit Court of Bade County,
Florida.
t I.i.w OF MIAMI. INC .
a Florida corporation
KOVNER .v UAKNHEIMER
Attorney* foi 1 low .! Miami. Inc.
;_____________tlhl--''- ''-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6136
JANET LOUISE GOETZE,
Clilntlff.
HERBERT l'KKl h:i:ick aOETOBI,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V o IT. HEItl'.EKT FREDERICK
QOETZE, 1470*1 Banford Avenue,
Fhinhing, Loot Island, Kew York, are
notified to serve a copy of your an-
awer to Divorce Complaint filed
against you on Plaintiffs attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, 112 N.W. ISth
\v.iiiie, Miami "a.. Florida, and rile
original with Clerk of this Court on
or before Jul) lath. I68, otherwise
comphilni will be confessed by you.
DATED June 5th, v."v
r i: LEATHERMAN
Clerk if the Circuit Court
By: c c Copi land
I .,;.:: \ .'1. rk
6.7-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 5761
MARTIN FINE, PHTLIP COLEMAN
and CHARLES E. GOTTLIEB,
Plaintiffs,
PRANK c. BARKER. ROBERT
H \ ItKER and J< IHN C. BARK Bll
residual legatee* tinder the Last Will
and Ti slain, it I ol XI VRY i: II VRKER.
il; K. A. POTTER and NELLIE
I: ICE HE, ,n .I II in.hi i.-.l tie .
Ii j.i:...-. granti -
aealum credit .r*. I
..1 .aii. i .laImam*, claiming '>.
.
M.I. i NKM i\\ X P VRTIES VNB
CLAIMANTS, hitving oi chilli Im: any
ritln. title or Int. r. si In or Hen ti|
th. nropert) Involved in this .an.-.-.
I ., I.ml.nit-.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: FRANK C. BARKED ROBERT
D. BARKER nnd .ll >HN C, BAR-
KER, ii-iil.ial legatees under the
I. ist Will and Testament "i M VRY
1-:. BARKER, deceased; E, A
POTTER and NELLIE BKEBE,
ami if married, their unknown
spouses. |f alive, and if dead, all
unknown heirs, devisees, lega-
tees, grantees, assignees, llenors,
creditors, trustees, or other claim-
ants, claiming by, through, un-
der or against thi m:
ALL IXKXi'WX PARTIES \ND
CLAIMANTS, having or claiming
any riKht. title or Interest in or
Hen upon the property Involved
in this cause.
RESIDENCE IXKNi \VN.
Tur AND BACH "I YOI listed
above, are hereby notlfn*d thai MAR-
TIN FINE, Pllll.il' COLEMAN and
CHARLES K. GOTTLIEB, hav<
brottghl a Complaint against vou to
quiet title to the following dencrlbed
property, sltiutte. lying and being In
bade County, Florida, lo- ii
I..,i in. in Block l. of XORTH
HIGHLAND, ncconllng lo the Plat
the.....f. i....'il.il in Plal Iln '
at Pan.- 31, of the Puldli Record* ul
Dad. County, Floi
Y..I' ARE HEREBY required to
sm. a COp) Of \oiir Allsw.r or Other
ve pleading to said Complaint
on Plaintiffs' Attorney, MANTEL
Lt'BEL, I uh Floor imde Fe I. rul
Building. Miami 22, Florida, and file
the original ol same in the office ..t
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The
Africans
By MAX LERNER
Paris
The sinking fact about ihe recent conference of the 30 African
heads of state al Addis Ababa was not the unity they achieved ithey
didn't) but the remarkable nature of the men who have so quickly
emerged as national leaders. Most of these men have come into pow-
er in the last decade, some in the last ti\e years. Many of them are
still in their early thirties and a tew in their forties At an age when
their fathers were still in the ou>h and jungle villages and their white
contemporaries in America are selling insurance or stocks or cars.
these men are discussing and disposing of the destinies of nations
I have in mind Sekou Toure. Julius Nyerere. Kuame Nikmmah.
Modibo Kelta. Ben Bella, and among the older men. Senghor and Bour
-uiba. Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and Houphouet Boi.-ny. And. not
least, the eldest and perhaps the wisest of allHaile Stiassie of Eth-
iopia. It is a list that would compare well with a meeting of Asian.
Latin American or even European heads of state, and would be distin-
guished alongside a conference of American governor*.

I don't know what this does to the various theories of the origin
ot races and the qualities of racial differences which anthropologists
like Carleton Coon have been proposing I suspect that it plays havoc
with them. Certainly it gives the li>' to the white supremacists in
the American South, and to their apologists in the academies, who
have been preaching that there is a wide gap.
The real distance is not between the white and colored elites but
inside the African countries hemselves, between the educated elites
and the mass of people. In trying io describe this I think of a phrase
from Nietzsche'the pathos oi distance." The African leaders come
from a tiny group in each country. The people over whom they rule
are In many cast-.- still tribal, still steeped in magic. Still illiterate.
with only the vaguest notions of the sophisticated problems that their
leaders at Addis Ababa were wrestling with The educated middle
class which forms the core oi European, American and even Soviet
societies will not be found in the African societies
Thus the real problem of African unity lies inside each African
.-tale just as much a- between them There cannot be c unified
Africa. For some time to come, even if the leaders succeed some
- ay in establishing a closer unirn than the new Organization ot African
Unity, Africa will remain two Africas. I suspect that one reason whj
the speeches at Addis Ababa thundered so consistently against Por-
tuguese, Rhodesian and South African colonialism was thai this is one
of the few issues on which a. 'ican leaders and masses talk .i common
language.
I have no doubt that the las. remnant- of white colonialism in Africa
will go. probably in our generation. Ben Bella's we must all die a
little." in the liberation war lot Angola and the other Mill uniiberated
areas was a moving and understandable phrase. But mii'-h harder
is the effort to bridge the distance inside each country, including Ben
Bella's, between the party he.-, quarters and the village the council
table and the jungle clearing I r backhill clump of shacks

On the issue of the kind of African union that was to be formed,
the flamboyant style ot the ODen speeches gave way to mature Judg-
ments in the behind-the-scein deliberations. Even Nasser was care-
ful, as one of the Arab leaders, to leave a good impression with the
Negro heads of state who formed the bulk of the group. He had reason
to be careful because of the strong arm methods he has been using
to compel Syria and Iraqeven by bloody attempts at a coupto join
Egypt in an Arab union And Nkrumah, who favors the immediate-
fusion of the African nations in a close, unitary, overall state, was a
lonely man who finally had to be content with the loose grouping as
a first step.
The victors in the struggle, if there were any. were the African
states of French origin whose economic and cultural ties are still
with France, and who didn't want Africa either to cut itself away
from the West or to create a supranational state structure.
In fact, it was de Gaulle's formula for Europel'Europe de-
l>atries which was translated into Africans terms: an Atrique de
patries. an Africa of fatherlands. De Gaulle has been Insisting that
even in Europe with its long centuries of nationalism the time is not
ripe for maving away from the nation-state as a unit to a super-Mate
how much truer (he might argue) this is of Africa, whose member
States have scarcely had a charce to explore their national identity.

I think that de Gaulle is right for the present about Africa, wrong
about Europe. The African states are the products of revolutionary
movements which were essentially identity revolutions. But each of
them has a long road ahead before it can become a state which truly
represents anything like the "hole people, and a long road also be-
fore it can establish a dialoque between the commanding elite and the
mass of people.
But Europe is in a differ "it phase The choice for Europe is not,
at this moment, between a Europe of fatherlan. s on the one hand
and a super-state on the oth.-r There are unitiesthe Common Mar
ke: is one of themwhich cut across national soverignties without wip-
ing them out. I call this a transnational Europe, which is different
from a supra-national Europe A common defense force could be
achieved in the same way as a common market, and in time there
could even arise a trans-national European executive body.
For Africa these are long perspectives, but if Europe explores this
transnational road fir-t it will not be long before the Africn states
walk it.
Senators Seek
To Override
Religion Ban
Continued from Page 1-A
orable side. Representatives)
of the "main stream of Protestant
thinking." whose views are reflect-
ed in the National Council of
Churches, hailed the court ruling.
For the most part Roman Cath-
olics, viewed the ruling with
alarm, however, an I conservative
Protestants, members of small
fundamentalist bodies or minority i
groups in the large denominations,
deplored it.
Meanwhile, the United States
Supreme Court directed the Flori-
da State Supreme Court to re
examine a case Involving religious
practice- in public schools. The
issue dealt with a Florida re-
ligious census to determine the
faith of students and their par-
ents, a religious test for teach-
ers, baccalaureate programs, com
milsory Bible reading, and other
point.-. Law suits to test the state
religious role in education were
instituted by Miami Jew.-. agnOS-
ics, and Unitarians
Jewish organization- have not-
ed another Supreme Court de-
cision tin- week on a religious is-
sue in which the Court voted 7 to
2 that South Carolina cannot deny
unemployment benefits to a wom-
an who was tired tor refusing to
work on Saturday The woman
was .i Seventh Day Adventisl who
regarded Saturday as her Sabbath
.!- Jews do Justices Marian and
While were the two dissenter-
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firework- display.
Starting at 5 p.m., on Thursday.
July 4. at the Miami l'.eaeh 10th
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Mic-.., Florida. Friday. June 28, 1963
Section B
Professional ORT Unit is Forming
.
Imrr.t- .'o past president of
Southeastern Florida Region of
WomB American ORT. Mrs.
Harry -.nblatt, hold an organi-
zation;-.. I i ding in her home on
June 19 '.' form a Business and
Profcs':.-..'! Chapter.
Design
ment Of
j and pr>
* evening!
nrill h
< to meet the require-
rose engaged in careers
:\>-ions to meet in the
. I lie newly termed group
.. member-bring-a-mem-
ber meeting on Sunday evening.
July 9. in the Sea Gull Hotel.
Charter members of the new
chapter include Ethel Levin Sa-
tiawsky, chairman of the organiza-
tion committee. Anna K.-uiffman.
Selma Resnick, Pearl Fisk, Edith |
Kostick, Nettle Schaefler, Bea;
Gcrson Dash, Faye Komisarow,
Mac Balkan, June Thompson, Es-I
-ie Abrams. Ada Zallen, Charlotte
Shalom. Ilildegarde S. Alexander.
32 Women Join Bronze
Book Listing at Cedars
Tim"; women whose gen-
erosity earned special recog
nition : Cedars of Lebanon
Hoepiti eek had their names
entered fi i perpetuity in the
"Book i Healing."
Prei Harry L Lewis an-
liounct the b oi ie b o o
mounle on an Italian inutile
I Bse, placed in the hall
bpproai i the main floor ele
vator, :|" v iitors to the
hospital n see it i asily
Desi as "Life Gu ir
names omen < ho contribute
1360 to i buildinj fund are en
graved broi k p
\, i Guardians are Mes
dames Rose Abcrly. Sarah baron.
Ji nnie Burney, Helen D. Cheron.
Sam Danels, John B, Denvir, Eliz-
abeth Goldstein, Roslyn Gordon.
Beatrice Hammond. Rosc'mond
Hammond, Lillian Jacobs, Aaron
Kapit, Manuel Joseloff, Miss Iris
Kite and Miss Goldie Reiss.
Also Mesdames Rosalyn Levine,
N'atalie Levitt, Faith McCoy,
Charles Monashefsk; Matthew V.
Orlando, Ira N. Rosenstein, Ruth
Rosenthal, Carrie Sapiro, Sylvia
-. [tlin, Alice Spector. Ann Spector,
In in: Spector, Ruth spector.
Evelyn Wcgner, Z ma Wi it kle,
end In Memory of Rebecca Spe(
tor,
Miriam Weissman. Mary Frances
Cohen, Reba Gershman, Mary
Gershman, Ray Schneiderman,
Doris Goldman, Anna Mones. Ida
Kutner and Mrs. Moiris Burgin. ;
Helping to build better econ
omics in the under-developed
countries, ORT is training people
to man the industries of the free
world, striving to keep pace with
technological advances.
In Israel. ORT has the largest i
single operation in the world,
training the little nations in des-
perately-needed skilled manpow-
er. Accelerating its program
there, four new Apprenticeship
Centers are on the planning board,
the first under constriction in
Haifa, the Jeanette Orleans Gaye
Memorial Center, named for the
late national president of Wom-
en- American ORT.
The three remaining are to be
built in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and
Beersheba
With the rigors of her husband's
successful political campaign and
the subsequent trip to Honolulu
for the L'.S Conterence of Mayors
now behind her, Mrs. Melvin Rich-
ard, wife of the new Mayor ot Mi-
ami Beach, is beginning to relax
a little and take stock of the fu-
ture.
Charming Janet considers her-
self a veteran in the field of poli-
tical campaigns. Over 15 of the
22 years she has been married to
her husband have been devoted
to public service, and the former
legal secretary, though wishing no
, part of the spotlight for herself,
i has fought through every battle
with him.
"After 12 years as the wife of
a Councilman. I don't expect that
there will be very many changes
now that Mel is Mayor," she says
thoughtfully, "just a great deal
more of the same. More obliga-
tions, more social engagements,
but I expect to enjoy every min-
ute of it as I have in the past."
The couple have two sons. Bar-
ry and Dennis. Barry, just 21,
had the unique pleasure of cast-
ing his first vote for his father.
Attending college on a debating
scholarship, he'll be a senior at
the University of Miami in Sep-
tember.
Dennis, a sophomore at Miami
Beach High, will spend six weeks
MRS. MCIVIN RICHARD
of the summer at an Institute on
debate and speech at Ohio State
University. Both boys plan to at-
tend law school.
Although she likes to spend as
much time as possible at home,
Miami Beach's new first lad] has
all the social graces and i- an
bsset to any gathering, Attractive
and well-groomed. Miami Beach
has a first lady of whom it can
well he proud.
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by ISABEL GROVE
A bridal luncheon on Saturday,
.tune 11 .' the lovelj new home
..i in and Mrs, Morion Pearl
1175 N Shore Di Guesl "i
honor was Miss Caryl Lobel,
ter ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lobel Her marriage to Ron
aid Si iden. son of Mr. and Mrs
Albert Seiden, is plumed for
tugusl Centerpiece on the
beautifuils decorated luncheon
table featured pink roses and a
miniature bride in white holding
a para>ol Hostesses, who will
be membus oi the wedding par
ty, were Mis- Lynn Pearl and
Miss Maxine Green .
A gala reception tor 75 on June
11 at" the Coral Gables home ol
Mr and Mrs. II. Alv.n Pines
feted son Geolfrey Wallace Pine-.
who had received a degree in
business administration Horn the
University of Miami earlier in
the dav Plans to enter lav.
school la September Younger
sitter, Cydelle, Is i sophomore
at the I M
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Another business administra-
tion major. Lea Halpert. has just
completed his first year at Antl-
oeh College ... Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Harpert. 918 toMtl.
he's a graduate of Coral Gables
High, and is attending Antiocn
on a partial scholarship TV
tore plans call for 15 months "I
Stud) in Europe
Ten swimming awards between
8-year-old Rebecca and brolhci
Larry Seiilin 14, in the South
west Florida AAU champion
ships Mr and Mrs. SelUin
accompanied their two talented
youngsters to the event- held '
Ft. Meyers las! weekerd
Trained" by coach Boh Friedman,
Rebecci and Larry carry ihe
;hirts
in
bleeding
madras
Westbrooke Country Club col-
ors .
Richard Ro.-en. grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, leav-
ing for Now York this weekend
From there he'll jet to
Italy, and board a ship there for
Israel where he will spend six
week- at IMstadrut Camp Re-
turn journey will be by way oi
Naples Rome and Paris .
Annual tearful parting in the
Milt Balsam home when turns
Nina and Alan, age 11. leave for
Camp Skylake at Sautee. Ga..
which has a policy of "no dogs
so Duke, pedigreed boxer, must
remain at home.
* *
Honey and E. Albert Pallot at-
tended the wedding of her son.
Bruce llermclee. to Betty, daugh-
ter Of Mr. ami Mrs. Monroe
Geller. this past Sunday at the
St Regis Hotel in New York. .
Other guests Iron, Miami Beach
were Honey's mother. Mrs Rhea
Goldfarb. nd her sister. Sylyia
ullh ,,sband George S. Gordon
M-o Pallet's daughter Suz-
.,,.,. Rounding out the lam-
ily circle for the Gordons will be
1 Jan." S.. who will jol.Jem
from Washington, and daughter
Kara, with husband Howard
Qalper, from Chicago
second honeymoon, a I'M'
" nd ihe world, celebrating .-.4
, togetherness for Hannah
^Raymond Rubin -Honored
,,.,. party in he Eden
b) ...n Seymour Rubin and
his Mice before leaving
Guests induced Edna and Jim-
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Friday. June 28. 1963
Radio Station Fefes Cutler
A Build Culler. Miami attorney,
v;is elected by Radio Station
VOTOID as "Citiien Of the Day" for
Friday, June 21, upon hit reelec-
tion as president of the Young
Men's and Young Women's He-
brew Asm, of Greater Miami
The station played host to Mr and
Mrs Cutler at a dinner at the
Diplomat Hotel
Representing her family's filth living generation, baby Ilene
Beth Fineberg arrived at Mt. Sinai Hospital last week. With
her is her mother. Mrs. Irving Fineberg, and great-grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, winter residents of Mi-
ami Beach. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sid Gary, and
great-gTeat grandmother is Mrs. Anna Schieber. age 90. Keep-
ing in step, baby Ilene represents the fifth living generation of
an all-girl family. Mr. and Mrs. Fineberg are residents of
New York, and the newest feminine addition arrived during
Mrs. Fineberg's visit to great-grandparents Gordon.
Sm^otnings ana C^o/mj* ^AcyiiotV
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nntntcr
L acaticn ^c/icrtii/ci:
Hatikah Lodge
Wins Awards
Hat ikvan Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
brought back seven awards from
the 87th annual convention of Dis-
trict Grand Ledge S held June it;
in Atlanta.
Delegates representing the lodge
included Joseph B. Gorinstein.
president; Leonard E. Abel and
Charles Weinberg. vice presidents;
Frank H. Kravit and William Har-
ris, trustees; Samuel [are], Jack
R. Click and Ben Wolft. board
members
Honors given to the lodge at the
convention which marked the
120th anniversary of the founding
of B'nai B'rith were Outstanding
Lodge in District; Greatest Mem-
bership Gains; Supreme Lodge
Testimonial from Label A. Katz.
international president; to Gorin-
stein. Outstanding Lodge Presi-
dent and National BB "Cliai" Cita-
tion for outstanding individual
achievement and inspirational lead-
ership; to Kravit. National Award
of Merit and District Champion
Membership Acquisition Award
Mrs. Sadie Bieler and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy, affix a plcque in memory of her par-
ents, Fannie and Simon Goldstein, and brother. Joseph Gold-
stein, to the Kindergarten at the Academy which Mis. Bieler
dedicated in their memory. Mrs. Bieler is a member of the
Board of Directors and life member of Hebrew Academy
Women.
Weizmann Unit To Mark July 4
Independence Day will be tele
brated by the Chaim Weizmann
Branch. Labor Zionist Order, on
Wednesday evening at Washington
Federal S ivings and Loan A.--n .
Normandy Isle.
During the regular meeting, Mrs
Johan L. Herman will speak on
"Independence DayU.S.A. and
its Relationship to Independence
DayIsrael."
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldscheid will
le hosts for the evening in honor
ot their twin grandchildren's Bar
Uitivah.
Presi ent "i the branch it Mai
Levin.
Hebrew of Beach High
Hebrew will be laugril in the
public schools of Greater Mum
under the approval of the Dade
Count) Board of Instruction iv
sued for the school year 196J41
Continued from Page 1-B
my Chapman. Barbara and Irv-
ing Rubin, Mrs. Helen Sparber
and Mrs. Molly Janoft .
Florence Kupperman spending
the summer in Woodmere. L.I..
with niece and nephew Mr. and
Mrs. David Klein Will spend
much of her time at Roosevelt
Raceway watching brother Sey-
mour Lasser'8 GogO Farms Stable
of trotters and pacers When
they win, Florence i- permitted
to feed them sugar so she al-
.vav v hopes for the best
Enjoying Westbrooke Coun
try Club' "June-Moon" supper
dance last weekend were Anna
.iiui Sam Bornstein Ann had
just returned from a trip to Cab
tornia Also watcher.-. Claire
and Martin Ackman. Selnia and
lack Barnes, Robbi and Howard
Horowitz, Mr and Mrs Herb
Markowiti and Mr and Mrs
Marvin Marka
Rose and Morn- Simon. Ol
Coral Gables, in Silver Springs,
Md., this weekend tor Bar Mi I
van of their grandson ... In
July, the Simons will be dele-
gates t" the national Zionist con-
vention being held in Israel ... In
addition the-"II snend several
month- revisiting Italy. Portugal.
France and England New
territory to be covered on this
trip will be Spain, where a fur
ther thrill will be a rendezvous
in Madrid with niece and neph-
ew, the Dr. Julius Simons, of
Los Angeles From them there
will he first hand news about son
Dr. Jesse Simon and his family,
who also make their home in the
City ot the Angels.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller,
loioo E Baj Harbor Dr.. join
mg the 41-day tour of Israel and
Europe from July 8 to Aug \'.<
sponsored by Hadassah Left
here last week i i Connecticut,
where the) will spend time with
relatives before jetting to Am-
sterdam Then on Nici and
Marseilles where they will board
the Theodor Herzl for s trip on
the Mediterranean to Haifa for
two weeks I". Europe, the) II
\ .-it Italy. Spain, Monaco, F. anee
and England Alter another
stopover in New Haven and
Bridgeport they'll navel to Bir-
mingham, Ala. to spend the hol-
iday- w.th daughter Ruth and
husband Emanuel Greenberg
and their tour offspring It
will be >ate September before
son Dr Murray Miller, his wife
an.i three children, ot Coral
Gables, see the senior Millers.
Flamingo Chapter Presents Award
Flamingo Chapter B'nai B'rith
Women. presented it- annual
scholarship award on May 16 at
Hialeah High School Presenta-
tion wa- made by Mrs Harold
Feldmar. president Of Flamingo.
Prizes included $25 savings
bonds, which went to Sandra Jean
Olivero and A James Robertson.
Jr.. who were guests of honor at
the June 20 meeting of the chap-
ter.
Parent* of the Hialerh High
-tudents received orchid corsages.
presented by Mrs Harry Epstein,
bf the chapter
The award ha- been given by
Flamingo since im">8 to recognize
young people of distinction in
studies and welfare activity gear-
ed toward the best interest of their
chool and commur.it>
This year's award wa- given in
memory of the late Ted Robinson,
past president of Flamingo Lodge.
Mrs. Herbert Fnedlander. Mrs.
Albert Olifant and tin. Alfred
ScMman served a- scholarship
committee.
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+Jewish Flerkliaw
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JiJ w- -;satha- Harris^--.-
Bar Mitzvah .than Dorl
man Harris wil bserved dur-
ing services at remple Beth Am
on Saturday morale.. June 29, with
Kabbi Herbert Etaumgard officiat-
ing.
An eighth .. student at
Ponce celebrant is an honor student in
all subjects, ha- athletic hon-
ors, and was named "Player of
the Month." His hobby is coin-
collecting,
. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Harris will
host the Xidduih in their son's
honor.
*
Peul Greenfield
Service 1 at Temple Zion on Sat-
urday morning. Jir.e 29, will in-
clude the Bar Hitzvah of Paul
Greenfield, with Rabbi Alfred
W'axman officiating
An eighth grade
Miami nmr K.
clarinet in the >
in a banu called
be organ zed. H
tinue hi; studies
eonfirmation cla-
The ( it brant
at the K ridush fo
mony. He is the
-Indent at West
h. Paul plays
;hool band and
"Ideals," which
; plans to con-
:.". the Temple's
ill be honored
['.owing the cere-
-on of Mr. and
Aukbaeh. *~. lrf>mr>4latid. NY.,
the Bar Mitzvah will be honored
at a reception at Beth Torah on
Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
-.
Larry Astor
Temple Emanu-El will be the
bite of the Bar Mitzvah of Larry
Astor during Mincha Services on
Saturday conducted by Dr. Irving
Lehrman.
Larry has completed sixth grade
at Central Beach Elementary. A
member Of the Bill Rice Tennis
<;lub of Flamingo Park, he has
just returned from Delray Beach,
where he participated in a tennis
tournament. His hobby is coin-
collecting.
Following the ceremony, Mrs.
Sara Astor will honor her son at
a reception in her home, and at a
dinner at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant on Sunday.
* *
Steven Rokeach
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Steven
Rokeach during services at Tem-
ple Emanu-El on Saturday morn-
ing, June 29.
Steven has completed the sev-
enth grade at Nautilus Junior
High, where he was in the acccl-
Neil Martin Robert lopolin
crated mathematics class, and
played in the school band. His
outside interests are swimming,
bowling and tennis.
Parents of the celebrant, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Rokeach, will honor
him at a reception in their home
on Saturday afternoon.
*
Robert Idels
Robert Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ruben Idels, will celebrate
nis Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, June 29, at Beth David,
with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
officiating.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Shenandoah Junior High
and plays trombone in the school
band. He is a member of the
Cantor's Club at Beth David, and
Larry Atlor Steven Rokeach
his hobby is stamp and coin-col-
lecting.
Allan Avnet
Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Avnet, will be
observed on Saturday morning,
June 29, during services conduct-
ed by Dr. Irving Lehrman at
Temple Emanu-El.
Allan has completed the sev-
enth grade at Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High, where he was a mem-
ber of the choir. He is interested
in baseball, football and tennis.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception on Saturday at the
Soulhgate Towers.

Marc Morse
Saturday morning services, June
29, at Temple Beth Am will in-
Allan Avnet
Robert Idels
elude the Bar Mitzvah of Mare
Saulley Morse. Dr. Herbert
Baumguard will officiate.
The celebrant will enter the
eighth grade at Palmetto Junior
High in the fall. His outside in-
terests are skin and scuba-diving.
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Morse, 500
Avenue Compana, will honor their
son at a reception in the Temple
on Saturday evening.
Iff you like
Mrs. K-rman etifield, and
grandson of Mr and Mrs. Karl.
Friedman of N v
Sober* Lopatin
Robert Neil Lopatin will be-
"ome Bat Mitzvah during Satin-
day mot- n services, June 29,
conducted by Rabbi David Rosen
leld at Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center
A student at K. ch Park Jun-
ior High the i rant's favorite
..ports art fishing ind baseball.
Mr. and Mr- Louis Lopatin,
3711 N\v 1st SI II honor their
.son at a reception and dinner in
the Barcelona Hi tel on Sunday
evening,
Neil Martin
Neil Fred Mart will become
Bar M ti ah on S "'lay morning,
June 29, during sen-ices conduct-
ed by Rabbi Max \ Dpschltz at
Beth Torah Congr zation.
An eighth grade honor student
.-it N< rth Mi..:.. Beach Junior
High, the celebrant won an award
;it the Si it nee Fail 11 Dinner Key
Auditorium this tar. and builds
and flies his 0 odel airplanes.
Since c< ins. Jacksonville
two yeai ag has attended
the Han Hi Wo Ugious School
at Beth Torah.
Son of Mr. in I Mrs. Bernard
Martir, 1214 NE L81S1 St., and
grandson of Mr. ^nd Mrs. Sam
M A OUS1
TETLEY TEA
T Day Camp Programs Slate Many Activities
KREPLACH
The spirit of '76 will highlight
Independence Day celebrations at
the three day camps sponsored by
the VM and YWHA of Greater
Miami next week. A variety of
special programs including a ride
l,y 'Paul Revere" at Camp Shal-
Om, the Miami Beach YMHA
Camp, as well as trips to places
of civic and historical significance
in Greater Miami will complete
the Independence Week celebra-
tions.
During the past two weeks, the
"Y" has been serving more than
100 children at day camps through-
out Dade County, according to A.
Pudd Cutler, president of the
"Y."
Based on this philosophy,
each day camp group at the
"Y" is small in sire and is led
by a senior counselor, assisted
by a junior counselor, under the
supervision of a traired social
work staff. Each camp director
supervises the program, and is
a member of the Academy of
Certified Social Workers, which
indicates that he has completed
a Master's degree in social work
and has served for several years
in the field.
During the past two weeks at
Retarded Society
Names Chairman
New chairman of the Sunland
Parent Chapter. Retarded Chil-
dren's Society, is Mrs Edward
Weiss, recently appointed by Vito
Spinelli, president of the Retard-
ed ChiWrer's Society of Dade
County.
Mrs. Weiss is past president of
the Sunland Parent Assn. of the
Sunland Training Center in Ft,
Meyers. A state training center
for retarded children, over 300
Dade County children are resident
j there.
For the past two years, Mrs.
Weiss has served as chairman of
the Sunland Training Center trad-
ing stamp project. Items acquir-
Dr. WoJfson- is Speaker
"The Excommunication of Spi-
noza"' was to be the topic of a
lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf son,
director of the Spinoza Forum, on
Thursday morning. 11 a.m.. at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., 1234 Washington Ave
New Officers at Sinai
New officers of Temple Sinai
-of North Dade who begin their
year of service on Monday are
llarld Greene, president; Nat
Kempner, Judge Stanley Pred.
vice presidents; Gerald Moss,
treasurer; Ben Hurwit, Ralph Hol-
i lander and Mrs. Rac Barbash, sec-
retaries.
Camp Ma -Ka -Bee. the Miami
YMHA camp, vists were made to
countries "around the world."
These included Israel. Mexico.
Japan, Holland and France. In
addition, an all-day outing and
cookout to Cranc'on Park were
climaxed by a relay race and a
\isit to the zoo. THi- Friday the
annual "bring-a-friend to camp
day" will be held.
At Camp Near, the North Coun-
ty YMHA day camp, the program
was devoted to "folk music,"
highlighted by an all-day outing
ind cookout at Grcynolds Park.
At the Beach YMHA. Camp
Shalom, the first two weeks were
devoted to trips to the Coast Guard
Station, a "What's My Name"
contest, and the theme of "Good
Old Summertime.'" Indian vill-
ages, a western bank, sheriff's of
[ice and man} other specia pri
rams highlighted the Wild West
coloiful era in the history of the
U.S. Highlights Of the week also
included a "search for gold" and
0 western barbecue at Matheson
Hammock Park.
The second four wick- at the
YMHA day camp- will begin on
Monday. July 15. Information on
these three community-sponsored
camps under the aegis of United
Fund and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation can be secured by
contacting the camp director at
Miami Branch, 450 SW 16th Ave.;
Miami Beach Branch, 1536 Bay
Rd.; and North County Branch.
14036 NE 6th Ave.
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Salomon Vows
At Ematw-EI
Claudia Bobianne Bialolcnki and
Hubert Paul Salomon exchanged
narriage vows in a traditional
i-an.'lelight ceremony at Temple
Kmanu-El on Sunday. June 23.
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at
the evening nuptials.
For her wedding, the bride chose
rhantitly lace, full-skirted gown
" ith front of tulle edged m nat-
. ral chantilly scallops. It featur-
id a sabrina neckline jewelled in
;>earls, long point-to-finger sleeves
..nd an overskirt of chantilly lace
ending in a sweeping train.
She carried her mother's con-
urmation prayer book, with a
heart-shaped lace cover and ivory
cymbidium orchids, lily-of-the-val-
> and feathered white carna-
iions in ivory satin streamers.
The bri,'e's sisters. Elandra E.
iiialolenki and Pamela S. Bialo-
enki, served as maid of honor and
miior bridesmaid. Otht-r attcnd-
anti were Leslie Zebitz, Bonnie
Preidman, Sandra Rocheile Wein-
berg, Charlene Tammy Newman,
ilower girls, and Doi'glas Ganson,
ihg-bearer
Daughter of Prof and Mrs An
n S. Bialolenki. 520 E. DiLido
Dr.. the bride is a graduate ol
Emory University, where she
served as managing editor of the
."ampus- Yearbook, and on the
House Council. Her sororities are
Alpha Epsilon Phi. social, and Pi
Delta Epsilon. honorary.
Now serving in the Air Force.
;he bridegroom attended Emory
University, where he was a mem-
ber ot Tau Epsilon Phi Fratern-
ity.
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MRS. ROBIRT SALOMON
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Knesset Rejects Motion to Air
Soviet Proposal on Nuclear Ban
JERUSALEM UTAi Is- outlaw.
Peau de Soie
For Miss Kaplan
A noon wedding on Sunday. June
23 united Lea Kaplan and Jorge
Ferenczi. Held at the Barcelona
Hotel where a reception and din
ner followed, the ceremony was
conducted by Rabbi Morton Ma
lav-sky.
The traditional floor length brid-
al gown of white pure silk peau
de -me featured reembroidored
beaded alencon lace encrusted
with seed pearls and paillettes,
and was styled with a fitted bod
ice. bell-shaped skirt and long
cathedral train.
The bride carried her confirma-
tion Bible covered with white or-
chids, carnations and lily-of the
v alley
Maid of honor was Miss Esther
Kaplan, the brides Bister. Ofelia
Abramchik and Bertha Sherman
were bridesmaids. Carol Eton
served a> flower girl, and Ifoises
Stilerman was ringbearer.
Son of Mrv Klara Ferenczi. ol
New York City, and the late Os-
car Ferencsi, the bridegroom had
Isaac Sherman as besl man. A
xtile engineer now associ ited
v ith Reeves Bros Inc ol New
York, he i> s graduate ol River
side Military Academ) and the
Universitj ol North Carolina
Representative ol the Aliyah
Department ol the Jewish Agencj
in Miami, the bride attended the
National School of Advertising and
public Relations ol Havana, Cuba,
and the University ot Havana
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs send
er M. Kaplan. 1205 Marseille Dr..
' the bride's father is the former
I Honorary Consul of Israel to Cuba.
i He was editor and director of
: the Jewish newspaper. "Vida
! Habanera." and served as pres-
luduy, June IMJgf^M
MV Card Party Saturday N I
Annual card party of the N,,,,., j.
Shore Post and Ladies' Auxilian
Jewish War Veterans, is schedul-
ed for Saturday evening at the
Bel Aire Hotel. Funds raised are
matted, ftP veterans halnlaction.
Post commander is Ben Maker*
man. Mrs. Sol Spielberg is pre*
ident of the Auxiliary.
Zamora Swim Luncheon
A swim luncheon and card par.
ty was held at the home ot Mrs
Ann Goldberg. 3660 SW 18th Ter.|
iast week for members of Tern'
pie Zamora Sisterhood. Co host-
esses for the afternoon were Mrs.
Benjamin Cohen, Mrs. Stanley
Silvern, Mrs. Israel Kussiht and
Mrs Michael Fiedler.
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The real threat, she said.! ident of the Zionist Organization
Son ot Mr and Mrs. Maurice W. lael's Parliament rejected this was from the bombers, tanks, sub- in Cuba.
Salomon. Of Stamford. Conn., his week motions by the Communist marines and "perhaps rockets" \ovv on a honeymoon trip
rother Kenneth Salomon served and Mapam Parties for a debate which the Arab countries were I through many of the countries in
.-, best man. and ushers included on the Soviet proposal for the set- continually stockpiling Central America, on their return
CeffeoStieai
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dyron Caplan. Frank Annis. Jon ting up Of a nuclear free status
Jacobs and Stuart Greene.
The newlyweds will live in Sum
Challenged by Communist lead-
the couolo will live in New York
er. S.C
for the Mediterranean area. ". ,,V Citv
er Shmuel Mikunis to state why *-
The action followed a statement she considered the motions un
:BIRTHDAZE:
Affochiners Take
Jamica Holiday
Dianne Sondberg, 1619 Meridian
by Mrs. Golda Meir. Israels For realistic, she retorted: -Because
eign Minister, in which she called the main supplier of arms to the
the motions -non realistic.'' She, Arab states )s not ready to halt Tammy Seltmon joins sister
said that the threat to Israel's those supplies." This was an un Dory 2. and brother Mark 4. in
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ent nuclear weapons in the region i nion. | (Elite) Seltman.
which the Soviet proposal and the -..,,.-------_______________________________
Lve., aid Max J. Affachmer were makt,rs of tno motion 80ughl to
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t Temple Agudath Israel, with
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After a honeymoon in the West
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The new Mr- Affachiner is a of the Civic Hospital Residents
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^Friday, June 28. 1963
+JenistnorMian
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MRS. GER/UD GUST
r
Geist, Stern
Exchange Vows
At Beth David
A IBH-length bridal gown <>f
vhitc silk and lace was selected
by the former Miss Elaine Stem
lor her marriage to Gerald Gelst
on Sunday. June 23. Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro officiated at the
BUptiall held at Beth David, where
a reception followed the early
< veiling ceremony.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stern. 350
SW 26th Rd and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Gci.st. of the Bronx. N'.Y.
Attending the bride were Jeri
Rosenthal and Mrs. Frank Gold-
tein. maid and mat ion of honor,
Esther Brtnkman, Uene Sose,
Sandy Simmons. Carole Nuren-
berg ar.il Debbie Baiter, brides-
maids
Sen ing i best man was Jef-
lrej London, and groomsmen in-
i-luded Billy Gwertz. Anno Seid,
David Stern, Louis Stern and Irv-
P incus.
\ radu ite ol Mi. ii Senior
High, the new Mrs. Gei t attend
id the University ol Alabama,
irom which her husband gradual
id. Now in pharmacy school al
Ihe University ol Florida, he
served as i ice president ol Alpha
Epsilon Pi.
The couple will live at itih \\\
; ,i \ve.. Gainesville.
Schneiders Will
Live in New York
Following a honeymoon trip to
North Carolina, ncw'lyuedded Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Murray Schneid-
er will live In New York. The
bride is Pie daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Foldstein, 60 S.
1'rospect Dr.
For the nuptials, hell In the
iupont Plaza Hotel on Sunday,
June 23, ihe former Lois Elaine
Feldstein wore a white peau de
Miie sown with headed alencon
iace bodice, scalloped neckline
ord long tapered sleeves. The
ery lull flowing skirt ended in
a chapel train, and a peril crown
held the triple tiered French il-
lusion.
Rabbi Morris j:op officiated at
Ihe double ring ceremony, winch
vas followed by a reception in the
hotel.
The bride's sister. Mrs. Leon
leimin, served as matron of hon-
or. Penny Scott was junior brides-
maid, and Jill Schneider and
Cheryl Schneider were flower
feirls.
Best man to the bridegroom
was his brother. B. Walter
Schneider, and David Karcher,
dark Kay, Marvin Maltzman and
Fredric Scott served as ushers.
The new Mrs. Schneider attend-
ed the University of Florida and
graduated from the University oi
Miami Her husband is ,i grad-
uate of Ihe University Of Miami
end Harvard Law School. He was
editor in-chief of "The Law Re-
view" and held membership in
iron Arrow, Omicron Delia Kappa
and Tau Epsilon Phi, social fra-
ternity.
Presently in the law department
i.l the IBM Corp. in New York
City, he i> the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Schneider. 15301 NK
lth Ct.
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Klein, Miller
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Klein.
!I01 Meridian Ave, announce the
engagement of their daughter. Lyn
Lilienthal. to Philip J. Miller.
Son of Mrs. Bella Miller. 9229
Dickens Ave and the late Milton
Miller, ih" prospective bride-
groom is a cum laude graduate
of Alfred University and the Uni-
versity Of Miami School of Law.
The future bride attended City
College, New York City.
MRS. REUBfN SCHNEIDER
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Shoshana Chapter
Barbecue Supper
Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, is sponsoring a splash
party and barbecue supper on
Saturday at the Apache Motel,
darting at 7:30 p.m.
All funds raise.-; will go to B'nai
B'rith projects, and the evening
will include swimming, -lancing to
continuous music, and entertain-
i lent by a calypso group.

In charge of reservations are;
Mrs. Richard Shear and Mrs.
Gerald Brand'l.
Cedars Reports
To Community
On Progress
Harry L. Lew's, newly-elected
president of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, has announced establish-
ment of ;i public relations program
to acquaint Greater Miami with
the expansion now taking place al
the non-sectarian, community
pital.
A- part of the project, board
members will become meinliers ol
a Speakers' Bureau and appear l>r
fore local civic, professional, and
fraternal organizations.
Lewis w*s a guest of radio
and television personality Larry
King on his radio show on Wed-
nesday and he is scheduled to
address a numoer of women's
clubs and welfare groups in the
near future.
A house organ. -The Cedar
Leaf." is published periodically,
with the latest data on Cedars ac-
tivity, and reports about new
equipment, research results, and
Summaries of meetings and sem-
inars. In addition, the booklet :
carries articles and feature stories
on the medical and administrative
staff, progress of the development ,
fund campaign and personality
profiles on employees.
Included in the oi.T.eun are sta-
tistics on patient-load, admissions,
and surgical procedures.
F.'noi B'rith Social Singles -
B'nai BVith Social Singles will
hold a night club social at the
Barcelona Hotel ouStrtinr/lay night..
During th- summer months the
organization will sponsor .". variety
oi dances, socials and parties for
members and adults from 35 to 55
who wish to join ih" group.
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Double Ring Rites
For Baer, Lebar
A double ring, candlelight cere
mony on Sunday. June 16, united
the former Miss Judith Ann Lebar
and Albert Nathan Bacr. The
Seville Hotel was the setting for
the nuptials held against a decor
of yellow and white. Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiated at the late
evening wedding.
Given in marriage by her uncle,
Edward Prager. the bride select-
ed a traditional floor-length gown
of taffeta, with a very bouffant
WOMAN OF THE WEEK t^kirt extending to a chapel train.
Harriet Upton, now Mrs. Marshall Harris, remembers the first was fashioned with a BCOoped
time that she saw snow when she was nine years old. She was on a neckline, fitted bodice, long
vacation trip to California with her parents. Ann and Joe LiDton. with; sleeves tourist-point and was ap-
sdelightful stopover in Montana for a snow storm. Harriet is definitely pliqued with alencon lace. The
a delightful stopover in Montana for a snow storm. Harriet is definitely four-tiered French illusion veil
High School. Graduating from Walnut Hills School in Natick, Mass.. fell from a tiara of seed pearls,
she went to Wellesley for two years, then graduated from the Univer- and she carried a colonial cascade
sity of Miami. She enjoyed camp, took piano of white carnations and tea
lessons, played in recitals, and played tennis roses.
at the same time she played with dolls. Thp brjde.s sistcr Vicki Lobari
Harriet now has two little dolls of her wag majd of honor and bridcs.
own. Steven 4. and Jennifer 2. Even though majds jnc]uded G;lil Lebar Lorcf.
she still takes piano lessons, her playing is {g Bae(. the brideRroom-s sister,
limited to "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' and Bobbj hecn and Debbi simkin
music that the children enjoy. Marshall went Mrg Arthur Schwartz was ,
\ III llll
MRS. NATHAN BAIK
MRS. fKANKUN D. Kf.".'.
to Harvard; so after meeting down here, the ^hgr of ,hc book
courts'iip continued. Right after they were hrHceroom was
engaged. Marshall was sent to Korea; how- The bn.ieroom was
attended'
Kreutzer, Jacobs In N,Y. Rites
The Karmel Hotel. Loch Shel Kreutzer. the bridegi
One of Harriets hobbies is languages, and SW 12th St.. and the late Mr.
she Mights in using the language of the coun- Lebar. Her husbands parents are
try she happens to be visiting. Sometimes. Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Baer. of
HARRIET sbcs a iittle too anxious, and the answer Atlanta. Ga.
comes back in perfect English. Harriet has been active in the Great- A graduate of Southwest Miami
ei Miami Jewish Federation, with the example of her parents always Senior High, the former Miss Le-
before her. Now both she and her husband have the same feeling bar attended Florida State Univer-
about Federations being a central organization for our community's sity and will continue her studies
agencies. While in Vienna, from which they have just returned, they in Georgia. The bridegroom is a
met with the head of Joint Distribution Committee there, and he took graduate of Northside High in At-
which was followed by a reception
and formal dinner.
For the wedding, carried out in
shades of pink, the, bride wore
a candlelight silk Organza gown
with alencon lace, beaded with
pearls.
Attendants to the couple were Scnoo|
Arthur Knopfmacher and Mis*
of the
He is currently in
year of law school at I
sity of Miami, and is
''is thesis requirement : i Mat-
ter's degree -.n govern Id
the fall, he will teach a con-
firmation and pre-o
class of Both David igious
After a honiymoon
them to see at first-hand the influx of Iron Curtain country refugees lanta and received a degree from *Jj"ht ***! -jJ^Li ~^n aica. the newlywedi
on the way ,o their destination. Israel. Florida State University He was gjljg" '"** '''' > ,0 Washing DC.
This month, the Harrises will celebrate their fifth anniversary, a charter member of Beta Gam- Knopfmacher acua
Thev both bowl and have many trophies; Harriet is secretary of her ma Sigma, business honorary, and girls pointment with lb Nati i Labor
Bowling League. They play lennis on their own court, go swimming served as treasurer and vice pres- | l,,rmtrrJfll,rn ;', ,,,. Relations Board. In tl
to .1.1-
return
the
r ap-
oTtVu ipsUon-pi: socU. hj^j Sfc- Mr^Ben J-g-
ceived i legree in education from
in their own pool, and fish in their boat.
citching fish, but she i>n't quite so good at putting the bait on the fraternity
|.rvik. Right now. the children keep Harriet busy, but she till finds After a honeymoon in Nassau.
time to be active in Variety Children's Hospital and the Federation the newlyweds will live in Atlanta
Of Jewish Women. This is a portrait of a future leader, a young matron \ir and Mrs. Samuel Pass, the
who will in time take up the reins of community activity. bridegroom's paternal grandpar-
* *
THE FIRST WEDDING IN THE TEMPLE Lebarwich. the brides
to li.
fall, the
Miami.
the University of Miami and is a Chaim Weizmann Pier c
member Of the Florida Education
Assn. In the fall, -he will teach Chaim Weizmann
at Roekaway Elementary and con- Hadassah will hold its lal pic-
at Crarion Park,
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I from Atlanta, and MraJL tinuc as a ^^ TempR, Zlon nu. on Slin(la>.
m^S v. Religious School. 'it 5, Parkins Lot 2.
Dorothv Carol Kempner. a vision of loveliness, walked through a grandmother from Hicnmona. \a.. ^ (( ^ ^ Kmitzor l20, noon rjhalnnaa of t
bower of vellow and white flowers and tall, liphted tapers by the side attended the wedding.
of her father. Nathan Kempnc to the side of her husband-to-be, Jerry
Rosenthal. It
Zelda Lowey,
Carol's cathedral train. An arch of yellow and white flowers set
olf the yellow dresses and white jackets of the wedding attendants.
The dinner appointments later were also in yellow and white. The only
contrasting colors were blue, worn by the mother of the bride, Mrs.
Nathan Kempner. and pink, worn by the mother of the groom, Mrs.
Herman Rosenthal.
Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lubell. Mr. and
Rocklm. Mr and Mrs. David Crowell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hollander,
was the first formal wedding in Temple Sinai, and OftfillSkV LetSICY
Wife of the Rabbi, glowed with pride as she adjusted *
Plan for August
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Ominsky.
Of Cross Country Blvd.. Baltimore.
Md., announce the engagement of
their daughter, Beverly Susan, to
Mrs Samuel Ensi8n Lawrence Lefsky.
Now a student at the i niver-
Mr. and Mrs. William Robert-. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Sussman. Mr. and ''>' of Maryland, the bride-elect
Mrs. .1 Slaughter Prankel, Of Atlanta, and Mrs Dorothy Stone, the attended the American I niver-ity
bride's aunt, for whom she was named. At the table with the Aaron | i:1 Washington. DC.
Parrs were Miss Minnie Feinberg and Mrs. Phylilss Garber. They
were deep in conversation with Rabbi and Mrs. Marius Ranson.
SW llth St.. and the late Ernst Miss Hazel Markow.
MISCELLANEOUS .
This usually mean- a shower for a wedding, and that was the kind
of a shower Dorothy Shabbat gave for Carol Lieberman, who is mar-
rying Alan Steven Rosen on June 30pink umbrella and all. Carol's
mother. Mrs Esther Lieberman. and Alan's grandmother, Mrs. Ethel
Rappaport. were among the guests, as well as Mrs. Aaron Goldman
and Mrs Alex Frieden. Susan Grant had charge of pulling the rib-
bons from the gifts through the paper plate. The number of cut pieces
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Lefsky, of Miami, formerly Of Bal-
timore. A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity, he received his com-
mission through the Aviation Of-
ficers Candidate School of Pre-
Flight. Pensacola. He is current-
, !y stationed at the Atlantic Intelli
left is supposed to tell how many children the married couple will Center Norfolk Va
have. Sissy Weine took notes on the remarks that Carol made as she '
opened the gifts. Among guests were Mrs. Ben Reimer, Mrs. Harry Ttie couPle bc married in
Reimer, Mrs. Tayne Weine, Mrs. Max Diener and Mrs. Robert Krins- August-
man.

CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER
Actually, the boat May-Sam II cruised up the Inland Waterway to
Ft. Lauderdale and docked at Patricia Murphy Candlelight Inn for
lunch. It was Hone and Sam Luby Jr.'s boat, and it left from the
dock at their home on Cleveland Rd. This was one in a series of
luncheons that Ilene is in the process of having. The gals wore bath-
ing suits on the boat and changed to shifts when they docked for lunch.
Among the guests were Hillevi (Mrs. David) Schine. Roz (Mrs. Rich-
ard! Pallot. Norman (Mrs. Jerome) Kipnis, Harriet (Mrs. Marshal)
Harris and Cecily (Mrs. Gerald) Catcher. Helyne (Mrs. Kenneth)
Triester wasn't able to make i* this timeshe was busy admiring Coco-'
nut Grove's new park, a fantastic brain child of her husband's that
is as different as all of the rest of his ideas.

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were Libbie and Jack Wagner (he's president). Dr. and Mrs. Max!
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Mrs. Lillian Blasberg. and Mrs. Mildred Simon. Saturday night start-
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man, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Friedman, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wein-
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TEMPLE Mcnorah Sisterhood
held a card party Sunday
evening at the Martinique Hotel
as the first in a series planned
for the summer months.
Chairman of the evening was
Mrs. Milton Singer in a sleeve-
less white sheath with narrow
' vertical pleating on the entire
, W dress. Her co-chairman was
Mrs Essie Wolf, who chose a
blush pink cotton shirtwaist
with a mitching sweater.
Mrs. Irving Wechsler's silk
print sheath was in turquoise
and white. Her dress featured a
striking portrait neckline. A
black cotton sheath was the
choice of Mrs. Rose Schienfcld.
Mrs Louis Suchman wore a jer-
sey sheath which featured a geo-
metric print in muted olive and
gold, and had a hi^h rounded
neckline.
B
LACK and white was the col-
or combination worn by Mrs.
Sally Kurman. Her silk print
sheath had an abstract print in
black and white and was top-
ped with a black mohair sweat-
er, which was cut in the chanel
style. Mrs. William Pauline's
sheath was in royal blue with a
white panel inserted down the
front from the neckline to the
hemline. The white was em-
broidered with white silk thread
in tin- Schiffle motif, and the
fabric was a silk and cotton
blend.
Mrs. Richard Schwartz wore
an eyelette shift in the palest of |
pink. Blue and green on white j
in a floral motif was worn by j
Mrs. Sam Schiffman. Her bod-
ice was fitted with a low neck-
line, and her skirt was full.
3 f>
lulRS. Margaret Blistein chose
" an orange-colored dacron
shift with a high neckline and
split skirt. Mrs. Winnie Wcin-
stein wore a pastel pink cot-
ton chiffon with a shirred bod-
ice and full skirt. A matching
sweater completed her ensem-
ble. An unusual print in red
and orange which had a definite
vertical effect was worn by Mrs.
Benjamin Koff. Her sheath was
in cotton and featured its own
red sweater.
Miss Cooke Weds
Dr. Chas. Zahler
Linda Louis Cooke and Dr.
Charles Gary Zahler were mar-
ried Saturday evening June 22,
at the Carillon Hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Cooke, 854 W. 47th St., the bride
s a graduate of Emory Univer-
sity. She served as president of
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, vice
president of Women's Honor Or-
ganization and of Phi Sigma Iota,
.'.nd was a member of Kappa Del-
ta Epsilon.
Dr. Zahler graduated from the
University and Medical College of
South Carolina, and will intern at
Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is
a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fra-
ternity and Phi Beta Kappa. His
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Zahler, of Columbia, S.C.
Attending the bride were Miss
Barbara Cooke and Mrs. Sanford
Zahler, maid and matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids included Lynda
Zweben, Judi Loeb, Susan Carpel
and Doris Applebaum.
The newlyweds will live at 44
Antilla Ave.
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Private Rites
For Carmels
A private ceremony in Miami on
Wednesday. June 12. united Mrs.
Frances Goldstein and jack Car-
mel. '
The bridegroom is president of
American International Alum. Co..
and serves as president of Archi-
tectural Alum. Assoc. of Fla.
Members of the wedding party
included the bride's motiier, Mrs.
E. Lever, formerly of England,
and Mrs. Rachel Carinel. of Is-
rael.

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Hugo Fiorato At Beach Audit.
Conductor Hugo Fiorato. of the j
New York City Ballet Company.'
will be guest artist for the Uni-
versity of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra's fourth Pop"
.-oncert ol the season on Sunday
evening at Miami Beach Auditor-
ium.
The opening section of the pro-
gram will feature suth orches-
tral compositions as Glinka's
"Russian and Ludmilla," Boro-
din's "In the Steppes of Central
Asia," and selections from Glaz-
ounov's "Raymonda." Works to
be heard on the closing portion
of the program include Chab-
rier's "Espana," Johann Strauss'
"Blue Danube," and Sousa's
"Stars and Stripes Forever."
Fiorato, returning fel nis fiftli
successive year as guest maestro
at the Miami Beach "Pops." is
>ne of the nation's foremost con-
ductors of ballet. In addition to
(.reeling the New York City Bal-
let Orchestra, he has conducted
the NBC Symphony of the Air,
Lewisohn Stadium Symphony. Na-
tional Symphony in Washington,
in. Chicago Symphony. Bolshoi
Orchestra in Russia, and most of
the leading .orchestras in Europe
and Japan.
Temple Beth Am Tour
Following a "Welcome Neigh-
bor" service at Temple Beth Am
on Fridav evening, worshippers
will be taken on a conducted tour
ol the new facilities at the Tem-
ple.
Emanu-EI Men
Appoint Key
Committee Units
Appointment of key committees*
for 1963-64 of the Temple Emanu-
El Brotherhood were announced
Wednesday by Michael Sossin,
president.
Named as program chairman is
Harold Segal. Committee mem-
bers include Joseph Abelow, 0. J.
Rosenstrauch, Charles Rosenblatt,
.Albert Ossip, Charles Weinberg
and Martin Borkan.
Appointed as membership chair*
ifl'S 'J Joseph CufcAfl. Vice chair-
men are Benjamin Cypen and Col.
Milton Blum. Committee mem-
bers are Allen Goldberg, Judge
Milton Feller, Simon E. Rubin and
Irving Reichelle.
Ben Zion Ginsburg was ap-
pointed as synagogue activities
chairman, with Judge Cypen, Irv-
ing Srh.it/ni.iii, Irving Firtel and
Dr. Michael Horwitz.
Heading the adult Jevish stud-
ies as chairman is Leon Epstein,
with Dr. Herman Mechlowitz and
Charles Yavcrs as committee
members.
Ways and means committee is
headed by Simon Rubin. Commit-
tee members are Samuel Seltzer,
Cypen and Al Zablo.
The hospitality and reception
committee chairman is O. J.
Rosenstraugh, with David Samel-
son, Herman Laks, Schatzman,
Leonard Glickman. Fred Stein and
Ossip as committee members.
Gerald Schwartz was appointed
as publicity chairman, with Ted
Cohen as co-chairman.
Sidney Raymond was named as
chairman of the telephone and at-
j tendance committee, with Jules
i P. Channing, Reichelle, Blum. Max
Kolker and Martin Woolin on the
' committee.
Youth activities and Boy Scouts
committee is headed by Norman
Ciller, with Noah Fleischer and
Cohen as co-chairmen.
SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 30 AT 8:30 P.M.
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FTIdcy. Jur.? 23, 1963C,
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Cjraducitions and (-Confirmations ^THarh Schools C^nd in jFhmc
Temple Emanu-El Confirmation Class of 1963.
Left to right (seated) are Sherry Pamela Goldstein,
Trudy Fern Sigal, Nancy Rachel Shuch, Teri Lynn
Schwartz, Wendy Sue Unger, Sharon Elinore Ja-
cobs, Marsha Copland, Kathy Morris. Second
row are Andrea Milsen. Dorothy Ann Goldstein,
Linda Iris Pollak, Deidre Scott Greene, Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler, Ellen Barbara Sil-
ver, Tamra Helen Sheffman, Rosanne Ruth Shul-
man, Bryna Kulok. Back row ere Doreen Iris
Mattes, Linda Ann Hausman. Deborah Jane Fine-
berg. Kathy Sue Binder, Lynn Alexa Newman,
Nancy Jeanne Applebaum. Susan Merle Kessler,
Robert Alan Nathan.
Receiving ceritificates for completion c: Hebrew
School at Trmp'.e Judea are (left to right Allan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Seikin; Debor;- daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Heniy Green; Rabb. ?-'ordecai
Podet: Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Berne:-. Yesnei;
and Gary, son of Dr. and Mrs. George 2eiber.

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Graduating class of Temple Ner Tamid Religious School are (first row)
Meyer Samberg, education director, Fred Pearlman, Steven Gerson.
Paul Axelrod, Carol Feldman, Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Second row are
Richard Horowitz, Howard Burkholtz. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Leonard
Feldman and Scott Matter.
Seventeen graduates of Cen'r.~l Hebrew Hiah School received their
diplomas at the annual community graduation exercises held at 96th
David Congregation, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Educr"
Left to right (first row) are Carol Vigrnan, Barbara Segal. Robin 3
man. Alida Krovetz. Robin Dickman, Cynthia Schorr and Edna Stein.
Second row are Deboiah Penick, Gladys Malovsky, Cathy Sa:.il*X,
Donald Zisquit, Justin Weininqer. Mcrsha Ball. Diane Kesh'.ansky and
Bernard Klein. Third row is Paul Cirr.ent. Not shown is Aliz Rosenk : :
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Siuuoins ot betn Torah Religious School are irving naber, Barbara Hirah, Linda Kaufma-
confirmed by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Students Fdythe l.cmbert. Dana Lanoner, S'ephen Lei
are Deborah Berlin. Carol Byer, Howard Cahen. Merle Maercff, Judith Mintz. Carol Peckins, Jail
Lois Elfenbein. Fern Ellis, Ela;ne Feinberg, Phyl- Rese, Cheryl Rosenbluth, Barbaia Saks. Jo-A:
lis Gallub, Elaine Geisler. Jeffrey Goldstein. Al- Stern,
bert Goodman, Elaine Greene, Diane Gurman,
Temple Ner Tamid Confirmation Class of 1963. Lefl to right standing
(bottom row) are Robert Pasternack, D a v i d a Lack. M'Liss Regent,
Steven David Alpert. Top row are Jeffrey Breslaw. Rabbi Eugene Lab-
ovitz, Melinda Woskow. Suzanne Louise Geller.
Graduates of the Mesivta are seated (le.t to right)
Lawrence Ciment, Stuart Werner, Rabo. Morris
L. Horowitz, principal. Ira Marcus. Ro>?rt Bel-
maker. Standing (left to right) are Ivan Eafirman.
Yehuda Azulay. Melvin Lerner. MUe3 Iluttler,
David Shapiro, Howard Lauer.


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Temple Israel Confirmation Class of 1963.
Eeth David Confirmation Class are (left to right)
first row Elise Francine Leffler. Michelle Beth
Rosinek, Donna Jill Syrop. Faith Kindler. Faith
Saal, Pamela Robyn Schaffer, Judith Anne
Weiss, Sharon Cloogman, Susan Berke, Sharon
Grossman, Geri-Jane Cohen, Barbara Lynn
Burney. Center are Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
and Cantor William W. Lipson. Second row
are Ruth Ellen Hoodwin, Sybil Sernaker, Mary-
ann Marder, Elaine Richman Aronovitz. Leslie
Ray Ponn, Judith Anne Cohen. Alva Irene Ba-
danes, Linda Sue Solomon. Third row are
Mvles B. Abbott, Arnold T. Reinhard, Mark
Phillip Tytell, Howard E. Willen, Fred A. Wel-
lisch, Thomas L. Cohen, Melvin Jay Laskin,
Jack C. Miller, Jeffrey Miles Ram, Arthur M.
Kurtz. Josiah William Meyer, Mr. Saul Rabin.
Fourth row are Philip Charles Genet, Benjamin
Rosoff, Ira Hecht, Robert Goldberg, Avery Alan
Ugent, Daniel S. Stokols. David M. Metlika,
Guy G Spieaelman, Dennis Richard Learner,
Stephen E. Farrow.
Hebrew Academy 1S63 Graduating Class. Seated (left to right) tort row Harold F*.t. Thomas LefkovXs. Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal Rabbi
.ISTI.. ry B BcnaM Bgman. Lenny Rose. Shrtte. Kahon and
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Confirmation ceremonies at Temple Menorah^con-
SjS^SSU. Diane Click-
man and Barbara Green. Standing (left to rignt)
are Hum Leskowitz. D a n i e 1 Goldman Gerald
rrlenhouse Henry Jacobson. Mark Frankel, Rab-
g eAbramoew" Melvin Roserueld. L a w r e n c e
Merer. Stuart Lipinsky and Martin Baach.
Israel Stymied
In Negotiations
With EEC Chiefs
, BRUSSELS (JTA) Israeli
negotiators told representatives
j oi the European Economic Com-
munity this week that Israel could
not accept the proposals offered
by the EEC tor a severely limited
arrangement covering a minimal
number of exports to the six na-
tions of the European Common
Market.
In negotiations last week, the
EEC negotiators ruled out any
special association for Israel with
the Common Market and propos-
ed instead some tariff cuts on
grapefruit, bathing suits and fer-
tilizers.
The EEC negotiators also pro-
posed formation of a joint com-
mittee to review regularly speci-
fic cases of painful tariff pres-
sures on Israeli exports to the
six nations. Despite the EEC
position, negotiations were con-
tinued in an effort to find some
means of liberalizing the pro-
posals.
The Israeli experts proposed
some special arrangements for a
number of exports which are now
being affected by EEC tariff
schedules, particularly bromine
and oranges, the latter being one
ot Israel's major exports to the
six nations. They also proposed
some other technical changes in
acceleration of customs reductions
and liberalization.
Commerce an! Industry Minis-
ter Pinhas Sapir declared in Jeru-
salem this week that despite the
I current rebuff in Brussels of Is-
rael's attempts to achieve a com-
prehensive trade agreement with
the six-national European Common
Market, "we will not cease our
efforts to arrive at such an agree-
ment. Our case is both valid and
just."
Despite the setback in the Is-
rael-European Economic Commun-
ity negotiations in Brussels, the
Minister said he was optimistic
about export prospects. He said
that trade missions would leave
soon for South America and Aus-
tralia.
He stressed the necessity for
cutting production costs on Is-
rael products by IS to 20 per
cent to aid Israel's export trade.
He also disclosed that his Min-
istry was preparing the outline of
a second five-year forecast of in-
dustrial development, covering
the years 1966 to 1970. He said the
forecast would be based on pro
lections that the Israel popula
tion would touch the 3.000,000
mark sometime in that period.
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Largest class in the history of Temple Beth Am is confirmed by Rabbi Her-
bert Baumqard. The 63 religious school students include Merrie Blocker,
James Baiter, Linda Green, Pamela Grossman, Ellen Josephson, Done Korn-
berg, Sharon Kurland, Marilyn Light, Muriel Liqht, Stephanie Masters, Mar-
cia Orovitz, Shelley Perch, Susan Plaks, Laura Schwartz, Larry Berrin,
Thomas Cone, George Fisher. Robert Feldman, Matt Engel. Stephen Ferber,
Jeffrey Freemann, Kenneth Gottlieb, Kenneth Green, David Levison, Gregory

Levine, Neal Litman, Andy Rafkind, Jonathan Stein, Harold Sanes, Nathan
Siden, Stephen Macaluso, Judith Kirk, Suzanne Berman. Bonnie Blum. San
dra Fisher. Fritzi Greenstein. Barbara Harrison. Karen Kruglick. Arlene
Meyers. Barbara Pawliger, Ilene Rapp. Roberta Revitz. Nancy Wellins, Jack
Goldstein, Jack Gunther, Jan Kantor. Terry Kellman. Richard Leibowitz
Michael Leone, David Leopold, Jud Marcus. Loren Rapport, Jeffrey Sallman.
Ted Silver, Bruce Warshaw. Marc Weinstein. Paul Freeman, Marc Dingfelder
Banker Will
Speak Here
David Stuzin. president of Citi-
zens Federal Savings of Hialeah,
will address the Society of Real
Estatt Appraisers at the group's
regular dinner meeting on Tues-
day, 7 p.m.. in the Viscaya Room
of the Columbus Hotel.
He will speak on "Tax Consid-
i rations in Commercial Real
Estate Ownership."
In addition to his post at Citi
tens Federal. Stuzin is seni r
partner in a Certified Public Ac-
countant firm.
Chapter president is John Mill-
ou j
Beth Shirah Will
Fete Hostesses
During Saturday morning ser
Vices at Temple Beth Shirah,
marking the close of meetings at]
the present location. Rabbi Mr
ri> A Shop will pa) special tribute
to the hostesses who have pres
< il at the Oneg Shabbal on the
Sabbath and Holy Days during
tin past two years.
Those td be honored arc kles
dames ai Pleeman, Herman
acobs, Mollie Schriebman, Ethel
Sachs, Sarab Goldman and Bitty
Shkoler.
DAVID STUZ'N
Hadassah Slates
Trip to Israel
Miami Beach Chapter of II
ah is sponsoring a trip to Europe
and Israel fur members and farm-
lies only under the leadership of
Miss Lilli m Goodman, who will
conduct the tour
Reservations fur the tour leav-
ing July 8 and returning Aug. 19
can be made at the Hadassah of
fice, and is limited to 40 people.
Miamians Elected Ba* re"oce Apartments
State Officers
Two Miami Optometrists were
elected officers of the Florida Op?
tometric Assn. at the 61st annual
convention held in Tampa re
cently.
Dr. Jack Wolfe was named sec-
retary, and Dr. Emanuel Pushkin
vice president, at the three-day
session held in the Floridan Hotel
and attended by 500 members.
Bay Terrace rental apartments.
now under construction at 1250
West Ave.. on the Bay in Miami
Beach, have opened their rental (
office on the premises of the build-1
ing site. On display are miniature .
models of efficiency and one-bed-
room apartments, which may be
seen daily and Sunday from 9:30
a.m. to 5 p.m. Builders of the |
S3 million project are Barne>
< (iuthartz and Marv Klein.
Lions Install < ,
Robbins President
At an installation of the Palm
Springs Lions Club held at the
Deauville Hotel on June 15. Sy A.
Robbins was installed as presi-
dent.
Robbins. an attorney, is past
president of the HlatMh-Miami
Springs Bar Assn., of the Gilbert
J. Balkin Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
end of the West Dade Jayceei
New Health Plans for
Men and Women Over 65
nJow a new Senior Citizen plan is available to those in normal
wealth who are 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who
//ant to assure this protection for their parents. The plan
provides substantial benefits toward:
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Surgery Nursing Care
including nursing home cart following hoipilaliialion
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xcurrences to you, as an individual but may be changed
inly for all policyholders in your classification.
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Friday. fclM 28. 1963
fJewlstincrMian
Congressional Drive to Cut Down Aid to Egypt
Page 11-B
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
drive for mandatory measure
i to sever aid from Egypt because
I :>I that country's diversion of its
owirlTsoiirtPS for The purchase of
iFovict arm- moved forward this
Iweek with the introduction of a
Senate amendment to the Foreign
Aid Bill by Sen. Kenneth B. Keat-
[ing. New York Republican.
The propi sed amendment would
make mandatory the "sense of
ICongress" measure adopted by
I Congress last year. Sen. Keating
and Rep. Seymour Halpern, also
| New York Republican, feel the
former measure was inadequate
because it was subject to the dis-
cretion of the State Department
I and consequently ignored. Sen.
Keating toM the Senate his move
| was supported by Rep. Halpern
and other members of Congress
who are supporting either the Hal-1
pern version in the House or the'
Keating measure in the Senate
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Sin. Paul Douglas. Illinois Demo-
crat. announced his co-sponsor-
ship of the Keating amendment.
The Keating amendment would
require that "the President shall
uspend assistance" to any coun-
try that uses its domestic funds
to purchase arms from nations in
the Soviet bloc. Also mentioned
BS conditions lor aid severance
were subversion, propaganda, and
military preparations against oth-
er nations receiving U.S. assist
:nce.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA IN PROBATE
No. 55439-C
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HERBERT s. STROI'BS
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 11. .in..1.. .11,1 All Persona Hav-
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Kstat. :
\..u arc h. i- hy notified an.I r, -
iiih,,i ,,, pi. .-.in any claim* und dc-
nian I* which vmi ma) have airalnsl
thi 1.11. .,1 iii:i;c.i:i:t s. strochs
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-.. Hi. Count) Judge* ol Dnde County,
iml 111,. the Dame In their offlci In
hi Count) Courthouse In Ihulc Cuon-
y, Florida within six calendar month*
from Hi. date of th.- tlr.-t publication
heieof, or ili,- -nil., will i... i.;ui. ii.
NnQTITA RA1SKY
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Miami, rlorlda
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4023
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NOT.CE OF SUIT
In IMvvar.l E. .\U-I.in and Morj
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ili.- unknown hi-irs. .i,.\i-.-.-. eran-
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iiu-i-,.- ,,- other clalinantH rlalmlng
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Y.mi in.- hereby notified Ihnt the
above r.i|ili.,ii.-.l action hn- been in-
letltutoil UKalnal >> in the Circuit
Court of ,h.- Kleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of r*loridn In and for fade Conn-
t) to fi.r.-.-l...-.- u niorticaffe upon the
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LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORrf>A IN PROBATE
No. 58970-B
IN Iti:: IM.it, 11I
J< 'SKI'll V". I'AV ll'Si IS
I'.-.-.-u ed.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Til AM, I'KI:mi.\S ISTKRKSTKIl IS
1 III-: KKTATK "I" HAH) IKCK1>KST
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59956-A
IN RK: Emate ol
IIKSJAMIN s|i:ai:.\ian
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.. All (*Pnitor* nnil ah IVrwui* Hav-
ing Clalma or Demi mis Asninxt Said
Kutate:
^ ."i bi .. hereby notified and i. -
quired tn pn -in nil) elaiini und de-
manaH ivhleh yi>u ma) have ufraliiHt
the .si.11. ,,| IIKSJAMIS Sl'QAR-I filed umiiiist you
max ii,.,.,.,,i i:.1,. of Daile County, quired tu Herv
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 6718
SAMI'BI. OESIN,
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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Coinplaim for IMvorce haa been
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inatiument purp......la to be tin rate and provided In S.H'tl..n 73S.I6, SIDSKY KKRDXSOS. 241 Bocurity
! l-'ii.iiil.i si.niiiis. in their office* in Trail Itulldlnv, Miami :::'. IHorlda,
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11.1 11 1 ,1 'r.1 1 fi '"."" "'"" "" lj"" "' "'' ""< publlcn-I Circuit Court on or before the 2Srd
,',"',' ':"','" "'" ''IM i"11'"-!'..... Hn hereof, or the mine will be bar- day of July, IM3; otherwlne, the Com-
' .. 'm .'.'" .''" '" "'<'< "<< led. plaint for Divorce heretofore filed
li.iinl in Miami, Florida, this :'nili
> _s.
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the actliin mi huIiI Court m u-lmittlm: iln.v of June, ah. i.....1
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" MiVx. mjank .:. Im.wi.im; ,,ilM publcnu!'m"of"Ihl* notl
,, "nt)' .In.la.- the SSth day of .1...... Iii63
IHcnll by: MKI.il A C. DICK KKRS8TEIS & Mil.I II:
1 kl. .,'l,,k. ,, Attorney for Kxeoutor
KirHt publication ,,1 n,i- notice on .1111 envr-s. UtilldliiR
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ROHKKT sri.Tr KACKMAS
Attorney
1408 Aiii-I.y I'.uililina
Miami ::.', 1 lorida
___________ -'\ : "-I2-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59952C
IS RK: Kstm. ...
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JOK BTEIN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All i'eraon* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Agalnat Kild the eatatt
i:s.u,: ,,;is...| lal,
You are hereb) notifletl and re- to the County Judge* of Hade Coun-
-ii.h-..i 1,, |.r. s.-ni any claim* and de- i>, ami ru.- the sain.- iii duplleute and
mi,ml- which you ma) havi uualn*l ue provided In Section "3J.16 Klorida
the eatnte of JDSKl'H HTKIS :. k 11 .- atutea, In their office* In the Ccun-
JOE BTEIN il. :i-,l late of Dude ty CourthoUHe in Dude County, 1-l.n-
Ci.unty, Klorida, to the C.....it) Judge* I Ida, within nix calendar month- n.....
of Dade County, and file the anrne in the tin.....1 the firm publication here
duplicate and n- provided In Section ,,f. .,1- the *nnie will be barred.
7::::.lii, Florida Statute*. In theli of- Dated :u Miami, Klorida, thi* Wth
i'n .-s in ih.- County Courthouae m . ,.1 June, \.|. Ili63,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59959
IN' RE: Eatnte ol
HARRY suns
1".. .as.-,I.
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To All Creditor* ami All Kereon* Hav-
ina Claims or I i.iii.tn.ls Agalnal S;ii,l
Ksiat.-:
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired t.i pr. s. ni an) claim* and de-
mand* which yon ma) hav.- againat
,f HARRY SICKS de-
1 Dude County, Klorida,
Dade County, Klorldn, within >i\ cal-
endar month* i'n.in the lime .if the
find publication hereof, or the .- ami
will be i.iii.'I.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
lay of June, A.I'. 11*83.
SBYMOl'R .1. SIMON
Ah An.'illaiv Adminliiiator C.T.A.
l',i-i publication ol this n.,ti.-. on
the 28th SIM..N, HAYS'\- ORl'SDWERti
Aiu.i 11. ys for Anclllury
Admlnlatrator, C.T.A.
::l Ainaley Building
Miami 35, 1- lorida
1 :'s. T'.">-12-I9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6992
1'. IRSEKIA MATKESCC.
I'lalntlff,
Vs.
JOHN MATBESCC,
liefentlatit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl >: .11IHS MATEKSCl". hi
2o5l Irnnd A vetitii
llronx, .n. 1 York
HESRIKTTA SICES
Am Kxccutrlx
l-irst piil.li.at......if thi* notice 01
the "Mh da) ol June, 11)63
BYRON I. SIAKI'.Ki:
Alii.rn.-v for tixeeuttix
I5u 1. ncoln Road
Miami Beach, 1 lorida
1', 88. T 5-18-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59907-C
IN RK: Es ale of
LENA UOODMAN
1 leceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor*: and All I', is n> Hav-
inu Claim* or Demand* Agalmri Said
Kstati :
Vi.n arc hereb) notified and r. -
quired to prenent nil) cialin* and de-
mand* which you mav hav.- agnln*t
the .-in- 1 1 l.KNv ilOODMAN de-
1 .,-, ,i in, ..I 11.,.1, 1 'otint). Klorida,
I tn ih, Count) Judge* Dude Coun-
. 1 flii ih. --.,in. in duplii ate 11 ml
\i> provided in Section i33.16. K.01 i.la
.'aim..-. In their office* in the CoUtl-
i\ Courtl.....s. in Itt.i.- .'..iintv. Flot-
illa
herein will be taken a* confessed by
v ,111.
DATED ai Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of June, l*3.
E. I!. L.EATHKRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is.al) By: K. M. i.v.vi.vn.
11,-put) i'I.i k
SIDNEY EPRONWlS
Attorney for lluintlff
_'ll Security Tl nsi llldg.
Miami :'..'. Klorida
6 :'l-2<. T-.'-l-'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 59419 B
IN RE; Estate "i
EDWARD I.. BERRINS
1 leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Person* IfaA
Ing Claim* or Heinand* Against Bald
Estate:
Vmi are hereby notified and re-
quired tn present an) claim* and de-
mand* which you mny have against
the estate of EDWARD 1.. SITKIUNS'
deceased late of Dade V......ity, Flor-
ida, t" the County Judges "f Dado
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate an.1 as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their ..t'lk-.-s in
the County Courthouse In Dude Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, ..1 ih. same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, thi* ISth
day ol June, A.D. 1*63.
NAOMI I'. KKRKINS
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
ih, gist day of Jum IP63.
JEROME u. i:i:i'.i:ni".
Attorne) for Naomi K. Serrlns
Suit. Jll Security Trust Bldg.
ll'.i 1-:. Klagler St.. Miami :''-'. 11a- .
b :i-'->. 7'i-U
Viii ARK RKQl'IRED to se v. 11 1.1.,. within six calendar month* li-.nn
cop) of ".i.i Answer i" llli Conipl II ......1 the flrsl pablleatioi
I for lijvore, an the 1 Maintitf utorney, ,.1. ,.t the sumi will in harri
MII.TOS A. F'RIEDMAN, llli Vitiate) ..... m Mi.....i. FI......... llli* 24Hh
liullding, Al ., ill 32, I 011 ... and to A.I"
I,, the 1 ual Answer In the 1 'ffici JAi K 1 i'l 'IIS
,.| ih,. 1 ",i k of Hi. 11. nil 1 '. 1 ;. on A- I .\. .
ill l...... ili, Hlll .1 I of -liilv I1U13: I i.; pilhli..........I llli* notl.e lii
otherwise, 1 I'ompluln for irci tin :xth da) ol June,
heretofore filed herein "ill In taken Myi -. Helmaii, Kupiaii ,v Ciiisiiiaii
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DATED ill Miami. Dadi C
Klin Ida, ihi- 261 Ii dii) ol .1
i:. II. I.KATIIERMAN, Cli rfc of the
.1. 1 'in 11, I lade Count). Fli
Ity K. M I.VMAN.
I., ., 'v Clerk
1, 28, ; :.-i2-i!
I :> I.-mm l\apl
ity. Atloriie) ;.: 1 Ixi cutor
; i:.i. s VV l-l Si:. I
Miami. Klorldu
I' -'-.
.-:.'-i'.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59615-C
IN' RE: Estate of
.III.IA E. Rl'DD
I leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' To All Creditors and All I'ers-m* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Against Said
ICstate:
Vi.n are hereb) notified and re-
quired ii. preaeni nil) claim* and de-
mand* which v..11 may have nunlnsi
Hi, estate of Jl'I.IA K Rl'DD .le-
ceased late of Dade Count). 1
ili,. County Judge* of Iktde 1 'min-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA l\ ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 63C 6579
SHIRLEY ann .vinisiN.;i:i:
1'iailllili.
KCNNIilil l-'KANKI.IN Mt'TSIXtiKit.
D. i.ml.nil
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KENNETH I KANkl.lN
Ml 1 T.-lNiiKl:
Route Sumber Hie
Uriffith Road
Winston Salem, North Carolina
V..11 are hereb) 1.., 11 i. .- I to verve
a cup) ..1 your AnsWei 'i pleading t"
the Complaint for Divorce filed
1 vim. on ih. I'lalntlff* nttor-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59628
IN RE: Kstat.- ..r
SADIE BRON8TEIN
Hi ceased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Bald
Vi.n are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present un) claims und th -
niaml* which )ou may have against
,| ,.-,.,,, ol SAIHi: I'.Ki INS I'l-.I.N
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida |,i the Count) Judge* ..1 I'. I
Cotintv, anil file the stime ill ll
cute ami a- provided in Section .
II...i.la Statutes, III their ofllce* il
ih, Cnuntv Com thou*..... I'.....
iv l-'li.i Ida, ithiti *In
from Ih.- lini- "I' tin- I
1.. ,.,.!. 11 ih. 'il I" bari
I luted al Miami. Florida, Mil
day of June, A.D. Ii'fl
JOSEPH ROSE
A- 1: x.-.-1:;
BYRON I- Sl'.MlBER
ah,,, in for F:xi. ni"1
li 1. ncoln ltd Miami I). I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring '" engase in
1,1.sin, s.- under thi flctitous nain y
THE PENNS1DE COMPANY at 41-
1031, Miami 41, Klorldu intends to reg-
istei sai.l name mltli H"' Clerktd the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
INVESTMENT \ I ,i:\ l.l.> H'MI-.N 1
Cl llli*. ni-' I' !' RI1' v. sole i.vvn, 1
ARTHl'R W. KARLICK
Attorney for Applicant
l'21N.W.Hth8t..Mia.nl.6ria.2i_M_7/s
.. an.1 file the same In duplKiie ,1 id M,.v BoSllSIC I. KOO, I06 Industrlul
is provided In Section 73J.HI, l- alt I National Hunk Building, Miami ;::.
. unites, in their olYlces In 1 is Cnun- inorlda, and fib- thi original Answei
;. 1 'oui thmise In 1 Mile Count). Floi
Ida, within lx calendar month*
ihe time ni' the flrsl publication
,.f or the sain,. ill lie barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, Hi.* 24th
ilav of June, A.D. IM3
HERMAN T, ISIS, a* Attorm v
for OANIKIi v Rl'DI 1
As Administrator
First publication "i ii>;s notice on
Un jsiii day of June, 1868.
HKRMAN T. ISIS
Attorney for Administrator
! 11. Box IT-'T. Cral tlabli -
i 2ti
",-U-IH
, pleading In the office of the Clerk
mi in.. Circuit C.....1 ,.n 01 before thi
j..i,l da) ,.1 Jul). i''.:'. or 11 di en 1 ill
Is- entered ngulnst )ou b) default.
Liuted Hii- inii da) ..1 June, l!'l3.
i: ll. LF:ATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Ihi .. County, Florida
is..... B) : i: i: URI'IUI,
1., out) Clerk
1; L'l -L's. T :.-u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6678
M'.l'I.AliDO (JIKRI'.A.
plaintiff,
ENA (il'KRRA.
"NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ENA Ql'ERRA
lar.|iic Vldul II.
Bantn Clara. Cuba.
rOC KNA GITCRRA, Pnrque Vldal
I Miita Clara, Cuba, are ronulred to
tile your anawer to the Complaint rot
Divorce, with the Clerlt of th.- above
vim. ami serve n copy there..I upon
Glno I. Nerettl. Attorney 10-11
Congress Bldg., ill S .-"'" *VP5i
Miami, Florida, on or before the .'3rd
da) "i July, ff>63. ni" else complaint
will be taken as confessed.
Dated ihi* 1Mb da) o June, 198S.
I- 1: i.kaTHER5IAN, lerk,
Circuit Court. I>..... I'.mntv. Klorida
lteol) Bv: K. M VMAN.
i>, put) Cleric
i :\>. : "-'.-'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6672
JAIME VAKCARCEI.,
Plaintiff,
MAHIA CARDENAS VAI.i'AltlKl..
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
111: MARIA CARDENAS
VAlA'AKCKI.
CARRERA lii -A CAM I- M 81 R,
No: U 71 TCNJI'Kl-ITO,
BtKtoTA. COLOMBIA
Yol'. MARIA (CARDENAS VA1.-
CARCKL, I'air.-ra ISA Cnlle f.4 Sur.
No, 63 7t Tunjuellto, Bogoto, Colom-
bia, un required to file your answer
to the Complaint for Divorce, with
the Cleric of the above Court, and
serve a copy thereol up.....lino I.
N'.-ur.-ui, Attorney BlO-11 Congress
Bldg., HI N.B. 2nd Avenue. Miami.
Klorldn, on 01 before the 23rd da) ol
Julv, un:::. or else complaint vvill 1>>
taken as confessed.
Dated this 1Mb day ol June, libra.
i- B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
,,:,|i B) : K. M. IV VI \N
Dcptuy Clerk
C 81-IS, 7 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 59756-C
In RE: Estate of
RI'HIS SAOER
P,, eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Ha)
Ing Claims or Demands Agaln*l Sola
You are hereb) notified nnd n
,.,l 10 pn -. 111 tin) claims and di -
inan.ls which von ma) have.against
the estate of RCHIN SAC.BR de-
. rase to tin- County Judges of Ihide coun-
ty, ami file the same In dupllcoti and
as provided in Section i33.1, PI irida
Statutes, in their offices in the H'Un-
iv Courthouse In Dade County. Klor-
ldn within -six calendar month* iron.
the iii".- of the rirst publication here-
of, or the sain,- vvill be barred.
Dated 01 Miami. Florida, this 4th
day of Jan.-. A.i. IMS,
l.tH'IS RACER
As Administrator
Klrst publication of this notice on
Hi. 7th day ..f June. }*?._._ .
SIMON. HAYS X liltl NOW !.!!.
Attorneys for Kstat.- of Rubin Hager
}01 Ainsl.v Rulldlngjf.
Miami SS, Florida $/7.M.n-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business 11n.hr the riclltous num.- ol
PARADISE KOOD SA1 KB at I"-.'j t.-
1 nh St.. Hlaleah, Florida Intends to
register sai.l name vv Ith the l"l<
hi Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ARNOLD wissi.P.
Iii::i; K. 14th Si
Hlaleah, Klorldu
A I.VI.N' X. WFJINSTEIS
v 11... 11. i for Apnllcunt
M ilIBIscayn. Bldg ^^


Page 12-B
0, *,...;.<-- FW-~-~'**<*ir<
Fr-Hr FktSH
KOSHER MADE
Ground Beef
89^ 2^
LEAN, TRIMMED
FLANKEN
33< lb.
Ground Chuck
69c b
BONELESS
POT ROAST
69c ib.
FRESH
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
ZION KOSHER
POULTRY
BROILERS
49c ib.
PULLETS
49c ib.
PRICES EFFECTIVF TIL JULY $
TIME SAVING- WORK SAVING- MONEY SAVING
KOSHER
POULTRY
THE
MARK OF
QUALITY! -
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY *
AT
FOOD FAIR
KOSHER MARKETS
S&Uctty
J@>]
ATt
MEAT AND POULTRY
% UNDER THE STRICT & CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
,RABBI TIBOR H. STERN.
WE SELL
U.S. GOV'T.
INSPECTED
CHOICE
&
PRIME
MEATS
ONLY!
GOOD THINGS TO EAT COST LESS AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
and YOU GET MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
FRESH KILLED
ZION
KOSHER POULTRY
ROASTERS
39c ib.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FREEZER SPECIALS
CUT AND WRAPPED
FOR THE FREEZER
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
Ribs of Beef
69c ib
30-35 LB. AVG
Beef Chuck
PULLETS
39c ib.
49
c Ib.
90-100 LB. AVG.
WHOLE BONELESS TRIMMED
Breast of Beef
89c ib.
10-12 LB. AVG.
FRESH
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
ZION CUT-UP
CHICKEN
Breast Quarters
49< b
Leg Quarters
53c lb


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Friday, June 28, 1963 LEGAL NOTICE 'JmlstiftcrkUan IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  L |yS!£M JUD.C.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN m,Q FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY Mo. 63C 6007 11! WIN BWI<* I :i., I'lali r.'-^v* 4 .'" V AF' OERBTJ*ERand IKON A MAY GERSTNKK, hiwife. l>.-f i Cunts. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 'I I %  I.E. \ \ MAV OBR8TNER Ja*1 son i "•-n I.I i Ihln roil ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai ompla .; f,., Forecloaure o( Mortgage hai i.. .„ fii,.,i u R ainMi you by 11>. 1 I-'"""'-, n the above styled c and HI %  ; r the purpose ..r foreclosing th. mortguge on the following %  % %  '• %  % %  ) %  • ID -mat.and beini 1" Dad. nij i lorlda, t,.-w it • '.:".'.".. .'-.,' %  : •""' '" '" ,:li k ~ oi PARKERS CliRSTKR TBRRACK according iu Mi. Plat thereof, recorded I'lal ItiMik IN in Page 7s ..t "'I' P ib Record* of had* Count. Florid together with tha furniture and i.i -hinus Contained therein mi.I a4dltlqn* thereto uud replacement! thereof: being ftirther .1. %  scribrl k* MHO N.W. Hwti sir. ,1 .MI.. n .. Florida Toil Bra 'hereby r-. i ti ir.-il in serve :. copy oi ..v.ir answer or pleading on l'lalntif's attorney, AINSLEH It KEHI'lE-. Baa., Suite 208-4, 2113 B.W. J..J.UI..' Rood, Coral 'laid.si. I'l..r Ida, and file the o.iginnl answer >r ftl-itdii ig n rtte office ..f the Clerk or |t-aiJ i". art on or before the Huh daj of July. IV".:. Ii you rail to do KI n Decree Pro Confeeso will be entered :ii;:iiij^t <-. the relief Bought in Ilia Cinpla-r.t lor Kmi-idoHure of Mortgage. WITN' --' my hand and the seal of said Court ut Minn,i. Hade County, Florida, this 3rd .lire of .Ian*. J'.igs. -.. it. I.KATHEKMAN I rg of Circuit Court (seal) By: N. A. HEWETT, Deputy i ierk AIN8l.BE P. FERDIE. i:so Attorne %  Cor I'laintifi Bulte 202-f 2SI5 8.W. 1.. .In ltd. Coral i li • i 14, Florida 7-1 1-91-28 vDAyw Page 11-A BY HENRY LEONARD "And all our rooms come with hot and cold running water, plus a complete set of the Babylonian Talmud!" Cpr. I*3. Dnii ftedycilom LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5 SI'JB IN RE: •.. % %  id MORI US HELDMAN I ..• nd. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All •.":••• :.rand All Persona Havin.; Ctafcttb or liemands Against Said Eatate: You i'. -i.y notified and reqalr,MI to present any claims and demand* ^ '' .*h you may hav. aaalnai the .Ma'of MORRIS 111:1 n.MA.v .i-ceaaed lat. ••: Dude County, Florida, to tin Count) .in in."i Dade Conn| ty. and •the name In duplicate and aa provided in Section "3S.16, Florida I Btatutea, in their offices in the County I'uiirtho .is.. In t>nde County, ITorIda. within nix calendm month* from %  lie time of the find publication hen of, or !* %  • Mime ^^ i. 1 be barred l>:,i. ., ..: Miami I loi I.I... thin Srd da] of • %  • \ l> l.olis 111 il.DMAN \Exe. iror AARON M K \.NN' '•: AM.. i n. '• %  I. I ddiim .Mi.. Ida l\Ih[ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN 1VD FOR DADE COUNTY. E_ORinA IN PROBATE No. 5 888C IV HI: ,. \\ BBIKI .... NOT Ct OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE \. ,|-,. .. hereto atven thai we •... ,i ir I % %  in.ii Hi i" I i and I'ellli. n f. Kinal I's. hanti r irma 'Jra> •-• %  '"" .-..I ... I July. li..I. will I. p., lion %  %  < %  • %  % % %  • %  %  %  -• I vol. unl ) i % % %  : proval i i-,i...l Renorl anil foi ill u bui i"ii ai.o final dha hai Be < %  • • n • i il lb i named ,,|. : %  hi* Ird ,i .. id .'"i Kli:.-T NATIONAL I'.ANK Ot .MIAMI. .MIAMI I'lV i'" 1 RAYMOND n NATHAN, ,.,,-, \. III.is i! M Rational Bank of Miami executor imi lilmwyne Rlvil South Ml unl, Knri.l.. ( s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Niriiii: is IIKRERY HIVEN thai the iii.l.i-simi.-.i. rteslrlnu lo engage in bttaineeff nn.l.-r the rirliiioUH nnnie of 'TIAIM'VS i. r x iM ii %  x I:TT K \.H'li'i: BAR at liKi f'olline Avo., Miami Reach, l i.i., Intend to register sahl name iili the Clerk of Hie Circuit Court of i'a.l.II Plorlda. CII.ADYS CiORIN RCTII VNN I-A7.AXSK1 i rirnei JAT RCRTOX Ki:vs Aii.-i ii. \ for i' nei> S ;-l*-2t-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 59761-B In RE: Batnte of HAN I1AI.I.KH Decenaed. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditor* and All IVrmna Havbag I'lauii* or Ueuiunda Againat Bald Berate: Ton are hereby notified and required to i.i..-. in am claims and demand* ahii-b ion may have against the eatate ul DAN ''. VI.IJCK dee. IBI d late • %  Cook County, Illinois, to the ,1'OIIHM Judge* |...i. County, and file thi i • duplii and as pi ul 1 || .1 ll | Statutes, In iii-ii nffices n the County i '..HI i lin i -• %  In I '...I mi %  Florida, .' h> floin n .1 III. I .,. I 1 ll DVVID I' I i %  Ami \ .< CAI'SMAN ,%  \ %  I I-1 .: XI ill .1 I.. I. nil IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCU>-T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6455 Kl.Ti i.X Ti I'lTKN. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIE .1. T'niTK.X. 1 ..|. n.l.i i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO!', WILLIE .1. TuuTKX, Route -\ Madlaon, Georgia, are notlfleil to serve a copy of I'our answer i< iivorce Complaint filed again*! you on I'lalniiii's attorney liEOKGE .X1CHI'l.AS. U12 N.W. 12 th Ave., Miami, Fla.. and fil.* original with Clerk of tlii— Court on or before IMI day of July. 1963, otherwise r..n. plaint will be onfeaaed by \ oo. DATED June l-t'i. ISRS. i:. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court i-..,li By: N. A. UEWETT, Deputy i.*ieik 6 I4-21-2X, 7 S \i l-l:i ;.i i-:i-•_'•• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKRV OIVBN thai i he mi.i. : iiigne i ...-ii.in; lo • ngagi '" l.iislnera undei the in tltlou* nam< % %  < \\ INSTANT AIT" INSCKORH l r.:: x w Ith Btrei t Miami, I gt. in l~ ti ?. glt< i line "I'll in' Ul, k ol the < II. ll I'ourl ol Iadi Ida. 1% AUK .--i..\ .-. ASStH'l \Ti:>. M X ;-i I-.I is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ix.iTii'K is HERKHV UIVKN Mini mi algned, desiring In el in.-.undei the ti. liii'.'is naini of LLMTATKH BOX DIN* I CO. at 1.-. [\V. Tih Street, Ml I la-, mi. mis ir -ail n.. in. "h lh. • lerk the Circuit i'.iiin %  •' Had* County, Y.KI.--I..N It ASSiK-IATKS. JNC. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW COTfTB IS HEREBY OIVBN that %  nde ral gnee), .lestrine t.. engage in ihiaes-. under the fl.-tiil.ni-. name yl ISTANT ACTiiMllll.B LIAHII.IT\ IBCRANCE at I73J N.W. 7th Slr.et. Inmi. Kla.. Intend* to register Mid |me Kith the Clel* of tin i bcuit inn >,f Had.County. Jlorlda. VI>KISS. .N A ASSiw'l VTI'.S. INT 6,7-n .I-'-;' IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO 6".C 6133 I:I: \ i'i:i.'i: i :i II. I i'i:l-. I'la i lit ill. \ e I .11HENKY i:i II.IMKI'. 11. I, udant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IIKXl.Y iilll.l'i'l:!-. A,ktr.*s l nknown Yi ii III:.NI:S %  : i u ii >RD, ari notified lo s.-i ve cops ol your anawer ,,, |>|vor< •• %  • %  • %  'i.aitit fib 'I agalnat v..ii ..ii l'laint'n'f ntl ii • !. llEl HI' IK NICHol. \> •' N w 12th Avei v unl IR, Rorldn. and file original nlth Clerk %  •' tin* Conn n r be'on .1 ,ii v loth, i'" ; '.. oii'e'i •!%  complaint l|i be .onie — .-.I In you i,.\Ti:i. .i in :ii %  i: Ii LKATHERMAN ,-|, il. of the ii:ult Court By C l' Cop %  "''" ;. H .J|. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBHY GIVEN that the underalgned, deeding to engagi In bualnea* under the flctltoue name of Caribbean I'ape .\ t'hemical Sales Co, I mil in.i at 2Mn X.w S9th Avi nil... Miami. Florida Intends to regi-i. i ~ .i.i lie ith the • 'lei Iof the %  %  Court "t I '.oi. i "ountj. Floi Ida. I.KSI.IK FORRi .. .. ... I.I:. IN NI : I %  KAI.ISH Alt ) fur A I. %  -"• I • ti I I-2I-2S, 7 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni'TH'K IS HBRKIIY tilVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng to engagi in I. II-. n.-under Ibe flctllloi:* nun. ol CHECKKR VAN *STORAOE CO at 91IMJ N VV, 29th Cl„ Miami. I'la Int.mis to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade Count). Florida. .1 ll MARTIN Sol.i Iwner ;. SI, t 7-14-81 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6JC liili: i nri:i:s\ r Tlill'l. I la in RfSSKI.I. i TRII'l. "s'uiT FOR DIVORCE T. i i:rssi:i.i. .i TRII'l ;.s Donald l>rive |llU „ ,,i Cheekt.> igil, N. You itrssci.i. .i TI:IIT. a' ,,. mtlrVd that a Bill "I Complain %  „ ",. ".,,. %  ha* been Hied again* con. and you are rcmlred to serve a tp) ..r yoni Anew i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51.928 IN RB: Betate of SAI I, A8HKKNAZT. a k a SASMA ASIIKCNAZY Deceaaed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE I* hereby given that we l.:,\.. tiled our Final Report and Petition foi Distribution and Final I'lachnrge as executor* of the eatate til s.uil Aahkenaay, a k a Bnaha Aahkenaay, deceaaed: and that on the n day "f July. 1962, will apply to the in, i i.le Count) Judge* of Hade County, Florida, for approval ol *ald iinnl Report and for dlali Ibutlon and utor..i the call, in il discharge York h.lellf NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fOTM?E is HHHKHY HfVKN lhe>l anderslgnnl, ile-e-ii Ins to engage In in.-under th. flctllloiw name ol l:w %  MEDIC \l. CLINIC at "-" thwi i lv.nl Street, Miunil, Ftorinten.l to regleter snid name with Clerk of 111I'ir.-uit i '..in I "i • %  < 'o.in(\ Kloi Ida. .11 I.i.s UAKI. INDBR. "' %  MCRRAY ZEDECK, D.tl %  Hi i.n M Ai.sri'is Itorney i. Julei I iklumler / "''-I/7-U-2I-M Pb-adlna V^l ft.ll I" do so. IH %  •' % %  >> W1 ,| he Rtkjn aua.ns. >..l to, Uef demanded In t .•• I -d Thinotice shall t P" 01 ,. u.eK for four -;•.'"•: I rill-' JBYY ISM l'•' •:"" VN '",.. .NI": AM' ORIJK1 rlerhia, this loih ./.,„ V.-...: Caul. Miami ''. n> ,.,' rneya foi i \ -i IN fin... tale of the ai.ov. -named Thi* l""i day ol June, 1963. CHARLBS LII'l"t>\\ w VRREN K. WII'M \X A'EPMAN A x\ i'.l'.M \N AI lorn.> III" Ills, a \ ne Building Miami 32, rlorlda g |( ^ ^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58978-A RB: Kstate .1 Jl'AN >. Kl.i.vrCIM. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All IVvsniII log claims r Demands Acatnal You are hereby notified and required to present any chums ami fleiii in-N that voii may have aanlnst We '"','ate of JCAN S. KI.IAKIM... r se,l [ate of fade County. Florida, to the County Judges ... Dads County, and Hie the same In dupllPate and ** %  vi.l.d In Sei-tion 7S8.16, H.iri.la Stat, s in tl.ei, offices In the Counts "Irurthouse "> |v "',Vl ,,'>•,, ;;''';;'• within six calendar montha from th. time Of the first publication Inieoi. „,. n,,. sain.will be burred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this itB ,i;,v of June, vi'. '"' %  : \,,.., PBTBR M l.i'l'l /• As Administrator KIDNEY BFRONSON for Administrator Said Bill has A.l• 111IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No 63-2263 l.ons KAPEL, Plaintiff, vs. JACK I.. OI.EN8, Defendant. SUIT FOR INDEBTEDNESS TO: JACK T.. DLENS Philadelphia, Pa. You are hereby notified thai a oi Complain I for Indebtedness been Hied agalnat you. ami you required to son •• a copy oi youi sw.r or Pleading to the BUI of I plain! on the Plaintiffs Attorney* b'HEVIN, OUODMAX \IIOI.T/..MAX. 246 Beybold Building, Miami :•,:'. Flori.ia, ami fihthe original Answer or Pleading in the offlc the Clerk of the Civil court of Record on or before th18th day of July, 116.1, it you fail to do so. Judgment bj default will be taken aainst you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once erch week for four consecutive weeks in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Dade county. Florida, this 17th day of June, A.D., Kir.;. .i P. McCRACKEN, Clerk of the civil Conn of Record Hade County, Florida (seal) By: CHARLES C, PAGE, Deputy ci.-rk BHEVIN, GOODMAN A HOLTZMAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 346 Beybold Knihlin Miami 38, Florida By: Harry M. Rosen 6/21-2S, 7 -,-i; ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I It :ilti05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, deelrlnn t.. nngage in business under the fictitious name of Bherlyn Publishing Co. (not ln<-.) at I'..". B.E. in Ct., Ilialeah, Fla., Wtenda to rngloter said name with the clerk of the Circuit Conn of Hade Countv, Florida, HENRY HTOXi: 6/7-14-31-28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6716 ESTER HEGEDCS and JULIA MKUK. Plaintiff. VS. f. K. ROBERTS RBALTT COMPANY, a dissolved Florida corporation, .-t als., I.. i, inlain. NOTICE TO APPEAR Tin-: STATI: m %  FL< IRIDA TO TIIK DEFENDANTH: JAMEK F. lilltl.KV. a slnsie man, A KCHAPER and RLIZABETH HCHAPBR, his wife. .1 K. ROBERTH an.I BEF1K C ROBERTS, his wife, c. W. MINKLER and BERTHA I. MINKER, his wife, and JOHN .1. H("RLE\, a single man, whose residence* and addiesses are unknown and are not known to be .lead <>. alive, ami ii any of the above named defendants are dead, then the tinknown spouses, heirs, devisees, man] tee*, assignees, Honors, trustees or [ other parties claiming by. through or : under or against such deceased party, ami all unknown persons or partie* having or claiming to have an) i-iirht, title or interest in ami to the following described bind, to wit: Lota and 7 of Block 17 TAMIAMI PINES, a subdivision in Bade County, Florida, as per Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book ll. page 23 nf the Public Records ol Dade County. Florida. you ami each nf you are hereby notified that srit habeen filed In the above named Court by the above ...line. i plaintiff* for the puri I quieting title of the plaintiffs in and to ili.< | impel't> involved, hereinahove lb : %  I lie.I YoC ARE HEREBY RBQCIRED to -el\. a Op) Of "HI .i %  '. ol ing* on VRI >.\i IVITB, Sll.\ BH & SCHER, ii iplaintiffs' attornei -. and to file he uliginill in Hi i. • of the i Tel-k of th ',i i nil Courl i.i the Kb Celll Ii I Kill i.il CM. nil i-; anil for 11 i.i. fount Flor da, on ••! iln 23rd day ol July, 11.63, In default oi w hi. h .i Dei • •. Pro i '..11fesso w ill be enti ll ami ach of you. HONK VND ORDERED ,n Miami, Dade County, Flotilla, till* isth da) .. %  June, A I > I'". i: n LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit din t. I i.i.I.. 'ount). Floi Ida taeal) By: K M. I.V.MAN. IVputy Clerk ARONOVITZ, SILVER & KCHER Attorne) for Plaintiff* (01 Ainaley Hldg., Miami :::'. Fla B 21-2S, 7 r-12 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 58846-C lii Re: ESTATE OF MATTTI-: HARRIS I "HHeil To All Creditors and All PersonHavin* claims or Demands Against Bald Bstate: You, ami each of you, are hereby notified aii'l required to present any claim* an*I demands which '-on, or either of you. may have against the .state of MATTII: HAKIMS deceased lat."t Daiie County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same iii their office* in ili.County Courthouse In I'a.hCounty, Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof. Buhl elairtui or demands to cuntiim the legal a.ldreS* of the .-lailiialit an.I t-> be -worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be i.ari.-.l. Hat., i June l. A i' i"*:: D. .1 MILLNER As Executor of the last will and T. .-lament of Mat tie Hal rls, Deeet sed BEN ESSEN, BWI mil Beybold BMg., Miami :•.'.'. Fla. Altorile\for l'Ne. lllol6 i-U-21-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of BIG VALUE, THE BIG VALCE, BIO VAI.l'i: FOOD STORES, anil TIIK BUI v.U.i'E FOOD ST..I:I:S. at I6S8S West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida IT.i IW I IF MIAMI, INC., a Florida Corporation KOVNER & MAXNHEIMBR Attorneys for Flow of Miami. Inc a ilot i.i.i coi porntlon. • 4| Sccurlt) Ti n .|| :. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X. 'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In l.lsill.ss Ull.ler III. I lOUS names of \ M.i E VAT, DOCItl.E V. THE BIG V W ai 1838'. W'esl Dixie Highway, Morth Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said names with the < lent ,.f the cir.-uit Court of Bade County, Florida. t I.i.w OF MIAMI. INC a Florida corporation KOVNER .v UAKNHEIMER Attorney* foi 1 low .•! Miami. Inc. ; tlhl--''* '•'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6136 JANET LOUISE GOETZE, Clilntlff. HERBERT l'KKl H:I:ICK aOETOBI, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V o IT. HEItl'.EKT FREDERICK QOETZE, 1470*1 Banford Avenue, Fhinhing, Loot Island, Kew York, are notified to serve a copy of your anawer to Divorce Complaint filed against you on Plaintiffs attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 112 N.W. ISth \v.iiiie, Miami "a.. Florida, and rile original with Clerk of this Court on or before Jul) lath. I68, otherwise comphilni will be confessed by you. DATED June 5th, v."v r i: LEATHERMAN Clerk if the Circuit Court By: c c Copi land I .,;.:: \ .'1. rk 6.7-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 5761 MARTIN FINE, PHTLIP COLEMAN and CHARLES E. GOTTLIEB, Plaintiffs, PRANK c. BARKER. ROBERT H \ ItKER and J< IHN C. BARK Bll residual legatee* tinder the Last Will and Ti slain, it I ol XI VRY i: II VRKER. il; K. A. POTTER and NELLIE I: ICE HE, ,n .I II in. HI i.-.l tie Ii J.I :...-. granti aealum credit .r*. I ..1 .aii. i .laImam*, claiming '>. • %  %  M.I. i NKM I\\ X P VRTIES VNB CLAIMANTS, hitving oi chilli Im: any ritln. title or Int. r. si In or Hen ti| th. nropert) Involved in this .an.-.-. I ., I.ml.nit-. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: FRANK C. BARKED ROBERT D. BARKER nnd .ll >HN C, BARKER, ii-iil.ial legatees under the I. ist Will and Testament "i M VRY 1-:. BARKER, deceased; E, A POTTER and NELLIE BKEBE, ami if married, their unknown spouses. |f alive, and if dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees, or other claimants, claiming by, through, under or against thi m: ALL IXKXi'WX PARTIES \ND CLAIMANTS, having or claiming any riKht. title or Interest in or Hen upon the property Involved in this cause. RESIDENCE IXKNi \VN. Tur AND BACH "I YOI listed above, are hereby notlfn*d thai MARTIN FINE, Pllll.il' COLEMAN and CHARLES K. GOTTLIEB, hav< brottghl a Complaint against vou to quiet title to the following dencrlbed property, sltiutte. lying and being In bade County, Florida, lo- ii I..,i in. in Block l. of XORTH HIGHLAND, ncconllng lo the Plat the f. i....'il.il in Plal Iln at Pan.31, of the Puldli Record* ul Dad. County, Floi Y..I' ARE HEREBY required to sm. a COp) Of \oiir Allsw.r or Other ve pleading to said Complaint on Plaintiffs' Attorney, MANTEL Lt'BEL, I uh Floor imde Fe I. rul Building. Miami 22, Florida, and file the original ol same in the office ..t the Clerk of the nbovi styled Court, ..n or before the 2nd day of July, 1863: otherwise ihe allegation* contained therein will l.e tak.u as confessed bj n.ii and a Decree Pro CoHfesso Win be entered against you for the rellw prayed for in said Compfalm. Dated May J7. IMS. E. B. LEATHERM VX. ci.-rk o! tinCircuit Court l lade County, Florida .seal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAX. Deputy Clerk I ,-14-21-t! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW NOTJCK IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring t.> engage in business under the flctltlon* na of BIG VWIK. BIO VALCE STORE, BIG VAI.Ii: STORES, BIG VAIA'H FOOD BTORES ai 16SM West Dixie Hbfhway, Korth Miami Beaeh, Florida Intends i" r< glsti r sold name* with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,.f Dade County, Florida. IT." IW IF Ml IMI INC., KOVNER .\ M \NNHEIMER \i.,.i ne>T foi Flo ol Miami, Inc. son i lupont IMai > <'• i



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Frider/, Jun~ Z3, 1963 +Jewish Flerkliaw Page 3-B JiJ in a banu called be organ zed. H tinue hi; studies eonfirmation claThe (•• it brant at the K ridush fo mony. He is the -Indent at West £h. Paul plays ;hool band and "Ideals," which ; plans to con:.". the Temple's • ill be honored ['.owing the cere-on of Mr. and Aukbaeh. *~. lrf>mr>4€latid. NY., the Bar Mitzvah will be honored at a reception at Beth Torah on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. • -. Larry Astor Temple Emanu-El will be the bite of the Bar Mitzvah of Larry Astor during Mincha Services on Saturday conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. Larry has completed sixth grade at Central Beach Elementary. A member Of the Bill Rice Tennis <;lub of Flamingo Park, he has just returned from Delray Beach, where he participated in a tennis tournament. His hobby is coincollecting. Following the ceremony, Mrs. Sara Astor will honor her son at a reception in her home, and at a dinner at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant on Sunday. Steven Rokeach Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Rokeach during services at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday morning, June 29. Steven has completed the seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High, where he was in the accclNeil Martin Robert lopolin crated mathematics class, and played in the school band. His outside interests are swimming, bowling and tennis. Parents of the celebrant, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rokeach, will honor him at a reception in their home on Saturday afternoon. Robert Idels Robert Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Idels, will celebrate nis Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 29, at Beth David, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and plays trombone in the school band. He is a member of the Cantor's Club at Beth David, and Larry Atlor Steven Rokeach his hobby is stamp and coin-collecting. Allan Avnet Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Avnet, will be observed on Saturday morning, June 29, during services conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman at Temple Emanu-El. Allan has completed the seventh grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where he was a member of the choir. He is interested in baseball, football and tennis. The celebrant will be honored at a reception on Saturday at the Soulhgate Towers. • • • Marc Morse Saturday morning services, June 29, at Temple Beth Am will inAllan Avnet Robert Idels elude the Bar Mitzvah of Mare Saulley Morse. Dr. Herbert Baumguard will officiate. The celebrant will enter the eighth grade at Palmetto Junior High in the fall. His outside interests are skin and scuba-diving. Dr. and Mrs. Irving Morse, 500 Avenue Compana, will honor their son at a reception in the Temple on Saturday evening. Iff you like Mrs. K-rman • etifield, and grandson of Mr and Mrs. Karl. Friedman of N v Sober* Lopatin Robert Neil Lopatin will be"ome Bat Mitzvah during Satinday motn services, June 29, conducted by Rabbi David Rosen leld at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center A student at K. ch Park Junior High the i rant's favorite ..ports art fishing ind baseball. Mr. and MrLouis Lopatin, 3711 N\v 1st SI II honor their .son at a reception and dinner in the Barcelona Hi tel on Sunday evening, Neil Martin Neil Fred Mart will become Bar M ti ah on S "'lay morning, June 29, during sen-ices conducted by Rabbi Max \ Dpschltz at Beth Torah Congr zation. An eighth grade honor student .-it N< rth Mi..:.. Beach Junior High, the celebrant won an award ;it the Si it nee Fail 11 Dinner Key Auditorium this tar. and builds and flies his 0 odel airplanes. Since c< ins. Jacksonville two yeai ag has attended the Han Hi Wo Ugious School at Beth Torah. Son of Mr. in I Mrs. Bernard Martir, 1214 NE L81S1 St., and grandson of Mr. ^nd Mrs. Sam M A OUS1 TETLEY TEA T Day Camp Programs Slate Many Activities KREPLACH The spirit of '76 will highlight Independence Day celebrations at the three day camps sponsored by the VM and YWHA of Greater Miami next week. A variety of special programs including a ride l,y 'Paul Revere" at Camp ShalOm, the Miami Beach YMHA Camp, as well as trips to places of civic and historical significance in Greater Miami will complete the Independence Week celebrations. During the past two weeks, the "Y" has been serving more than %  100 children at day camps throughout Dade County, according to A. Pudd Cutler, president of the "Y." Based on this philosophy, each day camp group at the "Y" is small in sire and is led by a senior counselor, assisted by a junior counselor, under the supervision of a traired social work staff. Each camp director supervises the program, and is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, which indicates that he has completed a Master's degree in social work and has served for several years in the field. During the past two weeks at Retarded Society Names Chairman New chairman of the Sunland Parent Chapter. Retarded Children's Society, is Mrs Edward Weiss, recently appointed by Vito Spinelli, president of the Retarded ChiWrer's Society of Dade County. Mrs. Weiss is past president of the Sunland Parent Assn. of the Sunland Training Center in Ft, Meyers. A state training center for retarded children, over 300 Dade County children are resident j there. For the past two years, Mrs. Weiss has served as chairman of the Sunland Training Center trading stamp project. Items acquirDr. WoJfsonis Speaker "The Excommunication of Spinoza"' was to be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf son, director of the Spinoza Forum, on Thursday morning. 11 a.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1234 Washington Ave New Officers at Sinai New officers of Temple Sinai -of North Dade who begin their year of service on Monday are llarld Greene, president; Nat Kempner, Judge Stanley Pred. vice presidents; Gerald Moss, treasurer; Ben Hurwit, Ralph Holi lander and Mrs. Rac Barbash, sec%  retaries. Camp Ma -Ka -Bee. the Miami YMHA camp, vists were made to countries "around the world." These included Israel. Mexico. Japan, Holland and France. In addition, an all-day outing and cookout to Cranc'on Park were climaxed by a relay race and a \isit to the zoo. THiFriday the annual "bring-a-friend to camp day" will be held. At Camp Near, the North County YMHA day camp, the program was devoted to "folk music," highlighted by an all-day outing ind cookout at Grcynolds Park. At the Beach YMHA. Camp Shalom, the first two weeks were devoted to trips to the Coast Guard Station, a "What's My Name" contest, and the theme of "Good Old Summertime.'" Indian villages, a western bank, sheriff's of• [ice and man} other specia pri rams highlighted the Wild West coloiful era in the history of the U.S. Highlights Of the week also included a "search for gold" and 0 western barbecue at Matheson Hammock Park. The second four wickat the YMHA day campwill begin on Monday. July 15. Information on these three community-sponsored camps under the aegis of United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation can be secured by contacting the camp director at Miami Branch, 450 SW 16th Ave.; Miami Beach Branch, 1536 Bay Rd.; and North County Branch. 14036 NE 6th Ave. You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-ArDee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real ItaV Ian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too-cost* only %  bout 15c per aervingl A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Vom To* iplrlt ie this fine ces..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength end siimuUiioo • • • richer caste and pleasore with your fleishigs and ailcbigs sod betwer* meal refreshment... Library Committee Chairman The establishment of the Shattil Library for modern science and classical literature at Telsher Yeshiva in Wickliffe. O.. has been announced by Rabbi Chaim Morcecai Katz. president of the college. Julius Shattil. of Miami Beach, has been named chairman of the committee. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE %  %  you, protection .grfn* ImlUtlomvyour ou.nt" •* •"•••• *"•£ J"*V > quality. Look for the word "Switzerland" en the SwUt Chew. f *•.<** tltti..* Sugtirine Certified Kosher fmdtr tttict Rabbinical SupervUUm MJTKT-ttUia* cuoiu-na uouio SMBMI A aim bfi|M wndwH tawtcroni tuiniUe! KKT0MW0V 101 DIAIIIKJ. tow CAIOIIII Dim MM >nc>


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Page 8-A +Je*lst\tkridian Friday. June 23, 1963 „ 63 ARDENT ZIONIST SUCCUMBS Noted Miami MD Was Also Teacher and Author OTHER OBITUARIES SK. B Private services were held here Alonday morning for Dr. Philipp J{. Rezek, director of the Division ni Pathologic Anatomy of the }'athology Laboratories at Jack !.on Memorial Hospital. Dr. Rezek. 68. died Sunday at his home. 560 NE 5.th St. Miami. He had retired lrom his post at .lackscn several months before his death. Schwartzman Will Lead Tour To Jewish State Leading the national "ducators" 1963 Summer Workshop to Israel will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of; lewish Education The education-; al workshop is sponsored by the Department of Education and Culture of the Jcuis'.i Agency for' Israel. The work-hop tour will includei \ ists throughout Israel. Receptions and special events will round out the five-week workshop and tour, which leaves from New York on July 3, to return on Aug. 12. Schwartzman has recently been reelected to the executive board oi the National Council lor Jewish Education al the recent na• ..il conference held in Cleveland i'ii June I. Schwartzman has occupied national posts of treat urer and vice president of the National Council. Co-leader of the tour will be Dr. Elazar Goelman, of Philadelphia. who was recently elected president of the National Council. Mrs. Schwartzman and Mrs. Goelinan will be members of the tour While in Israel, Schwartzman will discuss the possibility "1 Hebrew teacher exchange with the Educational Department of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, and attend the sessions of the World Zionist Conference. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Oaen Every Doy • Closed Sahbctb 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Dr. Rezek was co-author of the recently-published "Autopsy Pathology," a medical text that has already received worldwide acclaim. He came to the United States in 1938 from his native Vienna, where the Nazis permitted him and his family to leave with little more than the clothes on their backs. In Vienna, he had been a member with Dr. Sigmund Freud of the Bnai B'rith Lodge there. With his appointment to Jackson Memorial Hospital, then known '. ;.s the City of Miami Hospital. Dr. Rezek became Miami's first lull-time pathologist. A Diplomate of the American Board of Pathology in Pathologic Anatomy, over the years he became interested in medico legal work, and appeared as a medical expert in many court cases until 1956. when the Medical Examiners Department of Dade County became a separate unit. Throughout this time, he publish id numerous papers in English. French and German, bringing his total to some 60 scientific works. In 1953. with the establishment of the University of Miami Sehool (1 Medicine, Dr Rezek was appointed Professor of Pathology and director of the Division of Pathologic Anatomy. It was dur ing the subsequent years as a I M professor that he began writ :ng the now authoritative "Autopsy Pathology." an 800nage text hook appearing worldwide last April. At the same time. Dr. Rezek served as pathologist to Victoria, Christian, and Kendall Hospitals, is well as to the Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd., of Aruba. A longtime ardent Zionist, Dr. Rezek visited Israel many times, and last year was guest lecturer in pathology at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Intimately identified with the community's major music and art projects. Dr. Rezek was one of the founders of Friends of Chamber Music Society of Miami Services were at Phllbrick Funeral Home, with Dr. Herbert Baumgard officiating. Surviving are hi> wife. Annie, also a physician; two daughters, MrEsther Mendelssohn and Mrs, Suzi Linand lour grandchildren. B'nai BYith Sets July 4 Rally Off. MMPP KtZU Zamora Men Slate Meeting Temple Zamora Brotherhood was to hold a business meeting on Thursday evening, June 27. in the racial hail. Scheduled as the last meeting of the season, the program was to include discussions on pro grams and projects for the coming year, led by Rabbi Hershel Brooks. New Director of Singers 1 Group New conductor and director of the Miami Beach Community Singers is Hirsh Marchbein-Mar biny. elected at the group's annual meeting to succeed Ben Yornan. A former music director of Gelieva and San Remo Opera Housei and the Marbiny-Vim Opera Co.. Marbmy conducted a chorui ol 100 voices at New York's Carnegie Hall and the World's Fair. He graduated from Milan Conservatory as 'Professore di Bel Canto."' composer and conductor. 1; is teachers were the famous %  iuffo. Gigli. and Lily Lehman. AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Teor 'Round Cold Coast Coverage Covers four Selling Area Wl 5-1602 BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIB0R H. 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Poge 8-B •• kni%l f/rr/cHnr FTIdcy. Jur.? 23, 1963 C, ; Cjraducitions and (-Confirmations ^THarh Schools C^nd in JFHMC Temple Emanu-El Confirmation Class of 1963. Left to right (seated) are Sherry Pamela Goldstein, Trudy Fern Sigal, Nancy Rachel Shuch, Teri Lynn Schwartz, Wendy Sue Unger, Sharon Elinore Jacobs, Marsha Copland, Kathy Morris. Second row are Andrea Milsen. Dorothy Ann Goldstein, Linda Iris Pollak, Deidre Scott Greene, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler, Ellen Barbara Silver, Tamra Helen Sheffman, Rosanne Ruth Shulman, Bryna Kulok. Back row ere Doreen Iris Mattes, Linda Ann Hausman. Deborah Jane Fineberg. Kathy Sue Binder, Lynn Alexa Newman, Nancy Jeanne Applebaum. Susan Merle Kessler, Robert Alan Nathan. Receiving ceritificates for completion c: Hebrew School at Trmp'.e Judea are (left to right Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Seikin; Debor;daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Heniy Green; Rabb. ?-'ordecai Podet: Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Berne: -. Yesnei; and Gary, son of Dr. and Mrs. George 2eiber. I • f %  Y Graduating class of Temple Ner Tamid Religious School are (first row) Meyer Samberg, education director, Fred Pearlman, Steven Gerson. Paul Axelrod, Carol Feldman, Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Second row are Richard Horowitz, Howard Burkholtz. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Leonard Feldman and Scott Matter. Seventeen graduates of Cen'r.~l Hebrew Hiah School received their diplomas at the annual community graduation exercises held at 96th David Congregation, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Educr" Left to right (first row) are Carol Vigrnan, Barbara Segal. Robin 3 man. Alida Krovetz. Robin Dickman, Cynthia Schorr and Edna Stein. Second row are Deboiah Penick, Gladys Malovsky, Cathy Sa:.il*X, Donald Zisquit, Justin Weininqer. Mcrsha Ball. Diane Kesh'.ansky and Bernard Klein. Third row is Paul Cirr.ent. Not shown is Aliz Rosenk : : COINS BOUGHT, SOLD AND APPRAISED Sidney W. Smith—Rare Coins 2S12 B1SCAYNE BLVD. FR 7 1200 BAAL TFILAH AND READER S-'cks Position for the HIGH HO'.IDAYS. Write B. T., Box 2973, Mcln Post;!fic, Miami 1, Fla. ARE rCU LOOKING FOR AN IDEAL MATE? SEE IRMA & HILDA to meet our refined clientele Wl 5-4902 or Wi 7-6634 I FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION on the r ( lake — Hendersorville. N.C, Mountain I lake Edgewater Apt*. Week, season 9 Z Heservatons literature, modern, utili2 I ties included. 4717 Alton Rd Miam Beach. JE 2-6714. or PO Box 525 HEM" c RSOMVIUE N C. { i I > "a 11 % % %  > 11 -^mm i. %  %  >, i •* %  1i m FHA—VA RESALES II osPFcrj CONDITION DAOE A BROWARD COUNTY From $t50.00 down $S0 00 Mo AL r MAN INSURANCE 4 REAL ESTATE 768 NW 3rd St. FR 1-2421 We Handle Insurance of All Kindt GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Hive your roof repaired now; yot will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by EMoenerced Men" CANTOR EMANUEL MANDEL AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS Phone Wl 7-2790 Siuuoins ot betn Torah Religious School are irving naber, Barbara Hirah, Linda Kaufmaconfirmed by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Students Fdythe l.cmbert. Dana Lanoner, S'ephen Lei are Deborah Berlin. Carol Byer, Howard Cahen. Merle Maercff, Judith Mintz. Carol Peckins, Jail Lois Elfenbein. Fern Ellis, Ela ; ne Feinberg, PhylRese, Cheryl Rosenbluth, Barbaia Saks. Jo-A: lis Gallub, Elaine Geisler. Jeffrey Goldstein. AlStern, bert Goodman, Elaine Greene, Diane Gurman, Temple Ner Tamid Confirmation Class of 1963. Lefl to right standing (bottom row) are Robert Pasternack, D a v i d a Lack. M'Liss Regent, Steven David Alpert. Top row are Jeffrey Breslaw. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Melinda Woskow. Suzanne Louise Geller. Graduates of the Mesivta are seated (le.t to right) Lawrence Ciment, Stuart Werner, Rabo. Morris L. Horowitz, principal. Ira Marcus. Ro>?rt Belmaker. Standing (left to right) are Ivan Eafirman. Yehuda Azulay. Melvin Lerner. MUe3 Iluttler, David Shapiro, Howard Lauer.



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Page 10-B lewis* Ftcricfiftr Friday, lune 28, 1963 ,;•,#, •,•>•• Largest class in the history of Temple Beth Am is confirmed by Rabbi Herbert Baumqard. The 63 religious school students include Merrie Blocker, James Baiter, Linda Green, Pamela Grossman, Ellen Josephson, Done Kornberg, Sharon Kurland, Marilyn Light, Muriel Liqht, Stephanie Masters, Marcia Orovitz, Shelley Perch, Susan Plaks, Laura Schwartz, Larry Berrin, Thomas Cone, George Fisher. Robert Feldman, Matt Engel. Stephen Ferber, Jeffrey Freemann, Kenneth Gottlieb, Kenneth Green, David Levison, Gregory Levine, Neal Litman, Andy Rafkind, Jonathan Stein, Harold Sanes, Nathan Siden, Stephen Macaluso, Judith Kirk, Suzanne Berman. Bonnie Blum. San dra Fisher. Fritzi Greenstein. Barbara Harrison. Karen Kruglick. Arlene Meyers. Barbara Pawliger, Ilene Rapp. Roberta Revitz. Nancy Wellins, Jack Goldstein, Jack Gunther, Jan Kantor. Terry Kellman. Richard Leibowitz Michael Leone, David Leopold, Jud Marcus. Loren Rapport, Jeffrey Sallman. Ted Silver, Bruce Warshaw. Marc Weinstein. Paul Freeman, Marc Dingfe lder Banker Will Speak Here David Stuzin. president of Citizens Federal Savings of Hialeah, will address the Society of Real Estatt Appraisers at the group's regular dinner meeting on Tuesday, 7 p.m.. in the Viscaya Room of the Columbus Hotel. He will speak on "Tax Considi rations in Commercial Real Estate Ownership." In addition to his post at Citi tens Federal. Stuzin is seni r partner in a Certified Public Accountant firm. Chapter president is John Millou j Beth Shirah Will Fete Hostesses During Saturday morning ser Vices at Temple Beth Shirah, marking the close of meetings at] the present location. Rabbi Mr ri> A Shop will pa) special tribute to the hostesses who have pres < il at the Oneg Shabbal on the Sabbath and Holy Days during tin past two years. Those td be honored arc kles dames AI Pleeman, Herman acobs, Mollie Schriebman, Ethel Sachs, Sarab Goldman and Bitty Shkoler. DAVID STUZ'N Hadassah Slates Trip to Israel Miami Beach Chapter of II ah is sponsoring a trip to Europe and Israel fur members and farmlies only under the leadership of Miss Lilli m Goodman, who will conduct the tour Reservations fur the tour leaving July 8 and returning Aug. 19 can be made at the Hadassah of fice, and is limited to 40 people. Miamians Elected Ba re oce Apartments State Officers Two Miami Optometrists were elected officers of the Florida Op? tometric Assn. at the 61st annual convention held in Tampa re cently. Dr. Jack Wolfe was named secretary, and Dr. Emanuel Pushkin vice president, at the three-day session held in the Floridan Hotel and attended by 500 members. Bay Terrace rental apartments. now under construction at 1250 West Ave.. on the Bay in Miami Beach, have opened their rental ( office on the premises of the build-1 ing site. On display are miniature models of efficiency and one-bedroom apartments, which may be seen daily and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Builders of the | S3 million project are Barne> < (iuthartz and Marv Klein. Lions Install < Robbins President At an installation of the Palm Springs Lions Club held at the Deauville Hotel on June 15. Sy A. Robbins was installed as president. Robbins. an attorney, is past president of the HlatMh-Miami Springs Bar Assn., of the Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge of B'nai B'rith, end of the West Dade Jayceei New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 NJOW a new Senior Citizen plan is available to those in normal wealth who are 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who //ant to assure this protection for their parents. The plan provides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR • Room and Board • Medical Care • Surgery • Nursing Care including nursing home cart following hoipilaliialion No upper ago limit. 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Page G-B —Jtwltfi noridfcun Double Ring Rites For Baer, Lebar A double ring, candlelight cere mony on Sunday. June 16, united the former Miss Judith Ann Lebar and Albert Nathan Bacr. The Seville Hotel was the setting for the nuptials held against a decor of yellow and white. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the late evening wedding. Given in marriage by her uncle, Edward Prager. the bride selected a traditional floor-length gown of taffeta, with a very bouffant WOMAN OF THE WEEK t^kirt extending to a chapel train. Harriet Upton, now Mrs. Marshall Harris, remembers the first was fashioned with a BCOoped time that she saw snow when she was nine years old. She was on a neckline, fitted bodice, long vacation trip to California with her parents. Ann and Joe LiDton. with; sleeves tourist-point and was apsdelightful stopover in Montana for a snow storm. Harriet is definitely pliqued with alencon lace. The a delightful stopover in Montana for a snow storm. Harriet is definitely four-tiered French illusion veil High School. Graduating from Walnut Hills School in Natick, Mass.. fell from a tiara of seed pearls, she went to Wellesley for two years, then graduated from the Univerand she carried a colonial cascade sity of Miami. She enjoyed camp, took piano of white carnations and tea lessons, played in recitals, and played tennis roses. at the same time she played with dolls. Thp brjde s sistcr Vicki Lobari Harriet now has two little dolls of her wag majd of honor and bridcs own. Steven 4. and Jennifer 2. Even though majds jnc]uded G;lil Lebar Lorcf she still takes piano lessons, her playing is {g Bae( the brideRroom s sister, limited to "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' and Bobbj §hecn and Debbi simkin music that the children enjoy. Marshall went Mrg Arthur Schwartz was ,„ \ III llll MRS. NATHAN BAIK MRS. fKANKUN D. Kf ".'. to Harvard; so after meeting down here, the ^ hgr of hc book courts'iip continued. Right after they were hrHceroom was engaged. Marshall was sent to Korea; howThe bn.ie„room was attended' Kreutzer, Jacobs In N,Y. Rites The Karmel Hotel. Loch Shel Kreutzer. the bridegi One of Harriets hobbies is languages, and SW 12th St.. and the late Mr. she Mights in using the language of the counLebar. Her husbands parents are try she happens to be visiting. Sometimes. Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Baer. of HARRIET sbcs a i ittle too anxious, and the answer Atlanta. Ga. comes back in perfect English. Harriet has been active in the GreatA graduate of Southwest Miami ei Miami Jewish Federation, with the example of her parents always Senior High, the former Miss Lebefore her. Now both she and her husband have the same feeling bar attended Florida State Univerabout Federations being a central organization for our community's sity and will continue her studies agencies. While in Vienna, from which they have just returned, they in Georgia. The bridegroom is a met with the head of Joint Distribution Committee there, and he took graduate of Northside High in Atwhich was followed by a reception and formal dinner. For the wedding, carried out in shades of pink, the, bride wore a candlelight silk Organza gown with alencon lace, beaded with pearls. Attendants to the couple were Scnoo | Arthur Knopfmacher and Mis* of the He is currently in year of law school at I sity of Miami, and is ''is thesis requirement : i Matter's degree -.n govern ID the fall, he will teach a confirmation and pre-o class of Both David igious After a honiymoon them to see at first-hand the influx of Iron Curtain country refugees lanta and received a degree from *Jj" ht *•**!• -jJ^Li ~^n aica. the newlywedi on the way ,o their destination. Israel. Florida State University He was gjljg" '"** '''' > !" 0 Washing DC. This month, the Harrises will celebrate their fifth anniversary, a charter member of Beta GamKnopfmacher acua Thev both bowl and have many trophies; Harriet is secretary of her ma Sigma, business honorary, and girls pointment with lb Nati i Labor Bowling League. They play lennis on their own court, go swimming served as treasurer and vice pres| !" l,,rmt r r „ J f ll r n ;„', „„ ,,,.„ Relations Board. In tl to .1.1return the r apOTTVU ipsUon-pi: socU. hj^j SfcMr^Ben J-gceived i legree in education from in their own pool, and fish in their boat. citching fish, but she i>n't quite so good at putting the bait on the fraternity |.rvik. Right now. the children keep Harriet busy, but she till finds After a honeymoon in Nassau. time to be active in Variety Children's Hospital and the Federation t he newlyweds will live in Atlanta Of Jewish Women. This is a portrait of a future leader, a young matron \i r and Mrs. Samuel Pass, the who will in time take up the reins of community activity. bridegroom's paternal grandpar* THE FIRST WEDDING IN THE TEMPLE Lebarwich. the brides to li. fall, the Miami. the University of Miami and is a Chaim Weizmann Pier c member Of the Florida Education Assn. In the fall, -he will teach Chaim Weizmann at Roekaway Elementary and conHadassah will hold its lal picat Crarion Park, ? %  I from Atlanta, and MraJL tinuc as a ^^ „ TempR Zlon nu on Slin(la> m ^S v. Religious School. 'it 5, Parkins Lot 2. Dorothv Carol Kempner. a vision of loveliness, walked through a grandmother from Hicnmona. \a.. ^ (( ^ ^ Kmitzor l20 noon rjhalnnaa of t bower of vellow and white flowers and tall, liphted tapers by the side attended the wedding. of her father. Nathan Kempnc to the side of her husband-to-be, Jerry Rosenthal. It Zelda Lowey, Carol's cathedral train. An arch of yellow and white flowers set olf the yellow dresses and white jackets of the wedding attendants. The dinner appointments later were also in yellow and white. The only contrasting colors were blue, worn by the mother of the bride, Mrs. Nathan Kempner. and pink, worn by the mother of the groom, Mrs. Herman Rosenthal. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lubell. Mr. and Rocklm. Mr and Mrs. David Crowell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hollander, was the first formal wedding in Temple Sinai, and OftfillSkV LetSICY Wife of the Rabbi, glowed with pride as she adjusted Plan for August Mr and Mrs. Samuel Ominsky. Of Cross Country Blvd.. Baltimore. Md., announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Susan, to Mrs Samuel Ensi 8 n Lawrence Lefsky. Now a student at the i niverMr. and Mrs. William Robert-. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Sussman. Mr. and ''>' of Maryland, the bride-elect Mrs. .1 Slaughter Prankel, Of Atlanta, and Mrs Dorothy Stone, the attended the American I niver-ity bride's aunt, for whom she was named. At the table with the Aaron | i:1 Washington. DC. Parrs were Miss Minnie Feinberg and Mrs. Phylilss Garber. They were deep in conversation with Rabbi and Mrs. Marius Ranson. SW llth St.. and the late Ernst Miss Hazel Markow. MISCELLANEOUS This usually meana shower for a wedding, and that was the kind of a shower Dorothy Shabbat gave for Carol Lieberman, who is marrying Alan Steven Rosen on June 30—pink umbrella and all. Carol's mother. Mrs Esther Lieberman. and Alan's grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Rappaport. were among the guests, as well as Mrs. Aaron Goldman and Mrs Alex Frieden. Susan Grant had charge of pulling the ribbons from the gifts through the paper plate. The number of cut pieces The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lefsky, of Miami, formerly Of Baltimore. A graduate of the University of Florida, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, he received his commission through the Aviation Officers Candidate School of PreFlight. Pensacola. He is current, !y stationed at the Atlantic Intelli left is supposed to tell how many children the married couple will Center Norfolk Va have. Sissy Weine took notes on the remarks that Carol made as she opened the gifts. Among guests were Mrs. Ben Reimer, Mrs. Harry Ttie cou P le !" bc married in Reimer, Mrs. Tayne Weine, Mrs. Max Diener and Mrs. Robert KrinsAugustman. • • • CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER Actually, the boat May-Sam II cruised up the Inland Waterway to Ft. Lauderdale and docked at Patricia Murphy Candlelight Inn for lunch. It was Hone and Sam Luby Jr.'s boat, and it left from the dock at their home on Cleveland Rd. This was one in a series of luncheons that Ilene is in the process of having. The gals wore bathing suits on the boat and changed to shifts when they docked for lunch. Among the guests were Hillevi (Mrs. David) Schine. Roz (Mrs. Richard! Pallot. Norman (Mrs. Jerome) Kipnis, Harriet (Mrs. Marshal) Harris and Cecily (Mrs. Gerald) Catcher. Helyne (Mrs. Kenneth) Triester wasn't able to make i* this time—she was busy admiring Coco-' nut Grove's new park, a fantastic brain child of her husband's that is as different as all of the rest of his ideas. %  • • BAY VIEW CLUB SCORES AGAIN A group of the Bay Viewers spent the weekend at the Diplomat, Hotel, golfing, swimming and funning. Among members participating were Libbie and Jack Wagner (he's president). Dr. and Mrs. Max! Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schonefeld, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, | Mrs. Lillian Blasberg. and Mrs. Mildred Simon. Saturday night started with cocktails in the Bay view party room. Among Saturday nighters were Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Friedman, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weinstock. 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Page 2-B >A-*W*/*r*/*ir Friday. June 28. 1963 Radio Station F efes Cutler A Build Culler. Miami attorney, v;is elected by Radio Station VOTOID as "Citiien Of the Day" for Friday, June 21, upon hit reelection as president of the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Asm, of Greater Miami The station played host to Mr and Mrs Cutler at a dinner at the Diplomat Hotel Representing her family's filth living generation, baby Ilene Beth Fineberg arrived at Mt. Sinai Hospital last week. With her is her mother. Mrs. Irving Fineberg, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, winter residents of Miami Beach. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sid Gary, and great-gTeat grandmother is Mrs. Anna Schieber. age 90. Keeping in step, baby Ilene represents the fifth living generation of an all-girl family. Mr. and Mrs. Fineberg are residents of New York, and the newest feminine addition arrived during Mrs. Fineberg's visit to great-grandparents Gordon. Sm^otnings ana C^o/mj* ^AcyiiotV J5 nntntcr L acaticn •^c/icrtii/ci: Hatikah Lodge Wins Awards Hat ikvan Lodge. B'nai B'rith, brought back seven awards from the 87th annual convention of District Grand Ledge S held June it; in Atlanta. Delegates representing the lodge included Joseph B. Gorinstein. president; Leonard E. Abel and Charles Weinberg. vice presidents; Frank H. Kravit and William Harris, trustees; Samuel [are], Jack R. Click and Ben Wolft. board members Honors given to the lodge at the convention which marked the 120th anniversary of the founding of B'nai B'rith were Outstanding Lodge in District; Greatest Membership Gains; Supreme Lodge Testimonial from Label A. Katz. international president; to Gorinstein. Outstanding Lodge President and National BB "Cliai" Citation for outstanding individual achievement and inspirational leadership; to Kravit. National Award of Merit and District Champion Membership Acquisition Award Mrs. Sadie Bieler and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, affix a plcque in memory of her parents, Fannie and Simon Goldstein, and brother. Joseph Goldstein, to the Kindergarten at the Academy which Mis. Bieler dedicated in their memory. Mrs. Bieler is a member of the Board of Directors and life member of Hebrew Academy Women. Weizmann Unit To Mark July 4 Independence Day will be tele brated by the Chaim Weizmann Branch. Labor Zionist Order, on Wednesday evening at Washington Federal S ivings and Loan A.--n Normandy Isle. During the regular meeting, Mrs Johan L. Herman will speak on "Independence Day—U.S.A. and its Relationship to Independence Day—Israel." Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldscheid will le hosts for the evening in honor ot their twin grandchildren's Bar Uitivah. Presi ent "i the branch it Mai Levin. Hebrew of Beach High Hebrew will be laugril in the public schools of Greater Mum under the approval of the Dade Count) Board of Instruction iv sued for the school year 196J41 Continued from Page 1-B my Chapman. Barbara and Irving Rubin, Mrs. Helen Sparber and Mrs. Molly Janoft Florence Kupperman spending the summer in Woodmere. L.I.. with niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. David Klein Will spend much of her time at Roosevelt Raceway watching brother Seymour Lasser'8 GogO Farms Stable of trotters and pacers When they win, Florence ipermitted to feed them sugar so she al.vav v hopes for the best Enjoying Westbrooke Coun try Club' "June-Moon" supper dance last weekend were Anna .iiui Sam Bornstein Ann had just returned from a trip to Cab tornia Also watcher.-. Claire and Martin Ackman. Selnia and lack Barnes, Robbi and Howard Horowitz, Mr and Mrs Herb Markowiti and Mr and Mrs Marvin Marka Rose and MornSimon. Ol Coral Gables, in Silver Springs, Md., this weekend tor Bar Mi I van of their grandson ... In July, the Simons will be delegates t" the national Zionist convention being held in Israel ... In addition the-"II snend several monthrevisiting Italy. Portugal. France and England New territory to be covered on this trip will be Spain, where a fur ther thrill will be a rendezvous in Madrid with niece and nephew, the Dr. Julius Simons, of Los Angeles From them there will he first hand news about son Dr. Jesse Simon and his family, who also make their home in the City ot the Angels. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, loioo E Baj Harbor Dr.. join mg the 41-day tour of Israel and Europe from July 8 to Aug \'.< sponsored by Hadassah Left here last week i i Connecticut, where the) will spend time with relatives before jetting to Amsterdam Then on Nici and Marseilles where they will board the Theodor Herzl for s trip on the Mediterranean to Haifa for two weeks I". Europe, the) II \ .-it Italy. Spain, Monaco, F. anee and England Alter another stopover in New Haven and Bridgeport they'll navel to Birmingham, Ala. to spend the holidayw.th daughter Ruth and husband Emanuel Greenberg and their tour offspring It will be >ate September before son Dr Murray Miller, his wife an.i three children, ot Coral Gables, see the senior Millers. Flamingo Chapter Presents Award Flamingo Chapter B'nai B'rith Women. presented itannual scholarship award on May 16 at Hialeah High School Presentation wamade by Mrs Harold Feldmar. president Of Flamingo. Prizes included $25 savings bonds, which went to Sandra Jean Olivero and A James Robertson. Jr.. who were guests of honor at the June 20 meeting of the chapter. 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> Page 2-A knist fhrkHan Friday, June 28. 1963 Reform Rabbis Fight for Negro Right s Maurice "Doc" Klein, chairman of the Americanism Commit:ee of Miami Beach Elks Lockje 1601. presents medals to Elnatan Horovitz and Esther Azulay. sixth grade students at the Hebrew Academy, lor winning the lodge's annuallysponsored "What Democracy Means to Me" essay contest. Israel Supports South Africa's Censure at ILO Geneva Meet GENEVA — (JTA) — An Is%  el delegate to the current meel..jg of the International Labor Organization said his (•legation iully endorsed the stand ot the African delegations which decided to abstain from further participation • in protest against the presence of the Republic of South Africa. The delegates Iron, the Afiican (ountries. carrying their fight .igainst South Africa's apartheid policy into the United Nations specialized agency, charged that "he South African delegates had 1-een "imposed" on members of the ILO. They also charge! that the action was in violation of a '951 resolution condemning the apartheid policy and asking the Republic of South Africa to withdraw from the ILO. The Israeli delegation made its position clear when, on a point Of order in the debate. Oded Messer. an Israeli delegate, told the meeting that "the Government ."•nd the people of Israel cannot remain indifferent to anv issue of racial discrimination Our people have suffered more than any Other people trom such discrimination, accompanied often by the indifference of governments and international organizations." He .i ded that "the Israel delegation expresses it most complete solidarity with the states of Africa." Continued from Page 1-A 'Irhericans regardless of race, creed or color. The rabbis called for "an allout effort" by the members of reform Judaism's 650 congregations to impress Congress with the need for such legislation, warning at the same time that "a filibuster to prevent passage" of a civil rights bill would "pose a threat to our survival as a democracy." The convention called specificoily lor the establishment of i system of federal "registrars" em powered to protect voting rights ri national, state and lo'-al elec lions; aske.l the creation in all municipalities "of the post Of public defender" to assure equal legal protection of individual citi^tns in the courts; urged the crea-; lion of a Federal Fair Employ, ment Practices Committee "vested with complete authority to issue enforceable orders," and recommended the filing of full desegregation plans by all school districts with enforcement power 'o reside in the office of the At torney General The 525 Reform rabbis went officially on record as in 100 percent accord with the Supreme Court rulings voiding prayer and Bible reading in the public schools. The rabbis took their stand through unanimous adoption of a report submitted by the CCAR's committee on church and state. The report was delivered by Rabbi Edward E. 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Friday. June 23, 1963 A nisincridi&r Page 3-A > JWV Posts Here Pass Resolutions; Eye Convention Emanuel Mandcl, State Departconditions to be accommodated ex-1 ment Commander of Florida, Jewccpt when critically emergent." ish War Veterans, this week an uputtced the listing .of four, resolutions passed by Dade County JWV Posts that will be brought up on the floor of the national JWV convention in Washington next August. Two of the resolutions, Biandel said, were passed by Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. In one of these, the post charges that "limThe resolution also declares that "many families of older veterans, being unable to give them proper home care and attention, are forced to place the veterans in private nursing or rest homes at great expense, though often not aware of available entitlement to veterans benefits." sistance, or by declaration of policy, guarantee the existerce of the State of Israel and the safety of its people from aggression by its'Arab neighbors," observing that "the continuous stability of the Middle East region is in the best interest of the United States." Abe Horrowitz Post 682, in a fourth resolution, urges that "the j unused portion of any honorably' discharge;! veteran's education, j Mill UON FEUEft 74th Annual Convention of Reform Spiritual Leaders Elects Rabbi Feuer The resoultion urges that "all ited bed capacities of Veterans posts of the Jewish War Veterans benefits be utilized by the child Administration Hospitals make it devise means of scheduled conof said veteran for his college virtually impossible for those tacts with such private institu-1 education." noting that "highlyseeking admission for non-service tions to alert the management, skilled teachnical personnel will the veterans and their families of be absolutely essential to provide available pension benefits, as well and maintain our nation's de1 as additional grants for 'aid and fense." attendance' where the veteran is unable to take care of his physical needs." Ey Special Report PHILADELPHIA—Meeting herej In an hour of grave national tensions over the right of Negro Americans to exercise full citizenship and at the very moment the U.S. Supreme Court announced its historic decisions banning Bible reading and prayer > n tne public '•ihools, the Central Con]0Stf ALMOGI Almogi Reports on Export Trade Toledo, O., was elected president of the CCAR to succeed Rabbi Albert G. Minda, of Temple Israel, Minneapolis. Rabbi Feuer had served as vice president since June, 1961. The noted Toledo spiritual leader was graduated and ordained in 1927 at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein, of ferencc of American Rabbis discussed these and other vital issues KAM Temple. Chicago, was electat its 74th annual convention at the id vice president. Both Rabbis Bellevue Stratfoni Hotel, with represent the CCAR on the Board Party In another resolution, Norman Bruce Brown Post urges the Dej Bv SP* 01 1 R,port partment of Florida to unite with ( predicting that Israel will other JWV Posts "as well as with rece j ve economic independence by other organizations which may 1970 Jogef Almogi, Minister of: wish to participate for the pur-; Development and Housing, reportpose of forming joint Anti-Nazi j ed this weck tnat Israels trade tnt comparable period of ML Committees." | deficit was reduced and its exports The resolution charges that "a' considerably increased during the The Israel Oj^niMtlMdW number of Nazis have found refuge I iirst five months of 1963. expressed s^** !" !" "£ in the United States with apparMr. Almogi, who came to the progress of the 1963 .Israel 1Bond ent immunity to extradition and .United States to take part ini the, campa ign most of whose proceeds are undoubtedly aiding the closing phase of the spring drive are funneled into import ntMon Nazi of the Israel Bor.d campaign, said omic enterprises in Israel through stantial export rise this year has been the increase in the sale of citrus in the foreign market which accounted for $45,500,000 in the first five months o* this year in contrast to $42,400,000 for members of ^Amer^ _. „ —---^-^ Jan Ihe Ministry 0 f Development more then 500 Reform rabbis in ef Trustees of the Union of Amer-1 declares that it would be "in the 1 through May 31, 1963 Jsraelsj „ Through Isracl Bonds Amer ican attendance frorv. all parts of the Mail Hebrew Congregations, the, best interests of the American exports amounted /o^sn^.ouu^ ^^ hayc a djrect share ^ the United States and Canada. | national | the Reform The Jo.ir-day convention gave Tne stands taken nere will, which it points out • nas not yei; ueviamu %  < %  •*.*— ---demptl its whol.-hearte.i endorsement to c Cr ve as the basis for CCAR probeen ratified by the U n i t e d | months of the current .fW Me stressed •testifies to the impor[ebrew Congregations, the i best interests of the American exports amounted to SHJ.UW.UW Jcwg havc a djrect snare in tne I synagogue federation of' people to be informed fully on the as compared with $137,800 000 for devc | opment 0 f our country. The drm branch of Judaism. Geneva Genocide Convention," the same period in 1962. He also be „ inning tnis yea r of the restands taken here will, which it points out "has not yet ) declared that in the iirst lour dcmption 0 f these bonds," he In other resolutions, West Mimi Post 223 called upon the the Supreme Coirt ruling, extend-, ll0uncemenls an d activities during. States.' ed "unequivocal support" to the (he coming year and W j|i help! Negro community In its struggle \^^ its more than 800 members 1 to achieve full CtjuaHty, called for tneir r „ utiens witn their conihP BMsam of leaislation in Con_, onlc „„., -.^itu. The 1 U"'* d states Government to "enact a treaty of muti-al asI :wtuui> ui nit: v*^./*n acut "" ol the rights of Citizenship" to ^ QQQQOQ congregants in Reform All Americans regardless of race. j udaisms 650 temples. creed ov color, and demanded a cessation of U.S. foreign aid to Kgypt as long a. 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I £riday. June 28. 1963 *en i t TkrldlicM Page 5-A U.S. Charged With Aiding Israel Foe Continued from Page 1-A .lacob K. Javits and Kenneth B. Keating, of New York had urged the committee to deny aid to Egypt and any other country using American assistance to subvert, or propagandize against other countries being helped by the Fnited States. Sen. Keating furihcr proposed that ai;l be suspend <•' (i (1/ till. V J"U III K'llJ \fl i'BI. than at any time heretofore.' Goldring regarding Ira llirsch President Nasser insists on diUve. He described his verting Egypt's own resources to to humanity as nothing short of buy arms "from the Communist|magnificent. S. SILBERMAN Miami Beach \.a.W lu W lu 'l\ bloc by using American food aid to fill in the gap." Speaking at a dinner at the ^Commodore Hotel, where he rewaived the annual Israel Bond Fraternal Award, Sen. Javits said •Our real objective must be im "Sinot Chinum," hatred among us, can very well develop from such an attack on a fine, cultured and purposeful man. That Hungarian Jews never heard of Mr. Hirschman, according to Mr. Goldring's letter, reminds me f Capital Sins GREYHOUND RACING DOUG IHE WEEK... US I SEE II JUNE 1 thru SEPT. 16 >:• Continued from Page 4-A represents G e r m a n technical prestige, whose purpose was to encourage Israel into 3 bargaining mood. Strength to such speculation, apart from the recent Soviet charge substantiating it. lies in the statement made i>> Mr Strauss on his •(•turn from Israel last week. Ever) possibilitj he said, will henceforth be exhaust eii to bring the scientists home— ., far crv from the official Ger man attitude oi even a month ago. in addition, referring to the guidance system being plac ed at NBSSer's disposal as "elementary," a designation possibly intended for experts to equate it with the V-2's of the London blitz. Strauss concluded flatly that the threat the scientists pose TO Israel survival today is more psychological than physical. Assuming a political and diplo-, matte coup, why did Mr. BenCunon resign? It was a mix1 YEARLY BASIS (|pi Per Month |J* I Per Person %  ~ %  Double Oce. Including 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and Terry Sponder Phone JE 1-0496 ture ot things: the declining image of ttapai, the German question generally, the need for a beleaguered people to dream in termof the militancy Menu dangles before them. But mostly, a was the Ben Gurion inclination, ain the case of his past resignations, to teach the bayiition a stark and irr< -Mm hateful and emo; v ii acceptable his p 'licies be; bul thej are also sue cc sful. Th;ii MiBen-Gunon has ..i denied his intention of re %  from the Parliame it as well indicates he does nol in tend for the lesson to be too much of a drain upon his vast political resources. DRIVE IT ...DON'T DREAM IT Finance your new or used gar through a low cost installment loin it AMERICAN I -BANK or MI"" FIRST ST. • F* 4 7211 TrU-Nofioni Cwjbuiii Sbiopke FIRST QUARTERFINAL ROUND SATURDAY NIGHT WEATHER PROTECTED I Paddock Boom .toyonl A.i Cond.l.on.d Club HouM • CochtO'l loung. [ Val.l Po'htog RESERVATIONS PH. 4-.lil-.UI %  <&* posniME 8:15 P.M. No minors admitted 37th AVENUE and 7tK STREET, Northwest '* MIAMI SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OPENED BY THE 10th EARN FROM THE 1st installm ANV SJOI-tfrW CURRENT DIVIDEND C0MP0UNDID StMIANNUALU JbX&e MARSHALL GILLER, President TWIN CITY CLASS CO. ANTIQUE HUMORS RWRVIRIR* int • I*HI urMt, RU. *•* S*rdY Ttl. Jl Ml 41 v-sv i %  ... sfj mi BYRD PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER m>E CANAVERAL \DERAL SAVINGS 9 and LOAN ASSOCIATION COCOA. FIA. Phone: 636-8527



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Page 10-A > if -H /<# %  thrill tr Friday. June' 3 8, 1963 fcWjjjM Eg* Boofcs: By HILARY MINDUN Will Theological Argument Affect Christian Jewish Ties? THE JEWISH-CHRISTIAN ARGUMENT: A History of Theologies in Conflict. By Hans Joachim Schoeps. Translated by David E. Green. 208 pp. New York: Holt, Rirtehart and Winston, 383 Madison Ave. $5.00. THE ARGUMENT, of course, has been long and bloody. turning ceaselessly on its central theme, the devil i Wilder's "The Apartment' and Robert Wise's "W -' Storj Billy Wilder's "Some Like it Hot' and •One. Two. Three'' were box office hits. Will Wyler's "The Children's Hour' and Wise "Two for thi Seesaw" wire artistic triumphs: onlj "The Horse Soldiers" proved a dismal failure. Still unreleased is the multi million dollar feature "Irma La Donee, enlai '' "'-. he lot bis influence in Yorkviile, but afti he was "discovered" bj a radio commentator, his not. tety spread. He now publishes a bi monthly newsletter, distributed nationally, often featuring front-page caricatures of %  l,,Wv His current I klel also offers a biography of Nasser. Hii pr ipaganda idirected not only agai Ji „-. but also %  gains! Negroes and Puerto Ricans.



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ft Friday. fclM 28. 1963 fJewlstincrMian Congressional Drive to Cut Down Aid to Egypt Page 11-B WASHINGTON (JTA) The drive for „ mandatory measure i to sever aid from Egypt because I :>I that country's diversion of its owirlTsoiirtPS for The purchase of iFovict armmoved forward this Iweek with the introduction of a Senate amendment to the Foreign Aid Bill by Sen. Kenneth B. Keat[ing. New York Republican. The propi sed amendment would make mandatory the "sense of ICongress" measure adopted by I Congress last year. Sen. Keating and Rep. Seymour Halpern, also | New York Republican, feel the former measure was inadequate because it was subject to the discretion of the State Department I and consequently ignored. Sen. Keating toM the Senate his move | was supported by Rep. Halpern and other members of Congress who are supporting either the Hal-1 pern version in the House or the' Keating measure in the Senate V^ r i / II ii r i c GROVE. 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WOLPERT. ;.. i.,.. M: iT.-.il, St ili-I .1 1.• IS, Rlvel wlile. NELSON. Ii nil 66, ol 3S40 NW 16th Bl Rlv.ii %  SHINN, Mr, I „.,. ... 73, of ItS Collins Av,. Rlveit %  • ARKOWIT? Ilvm -. > %  • ,.f mi PolInn Avi -• -I .Inn|i Rlvi HWARTZ. rnli, •>!, --I :•' %  1:11.11.1 •Aw • %  Blank ^lEGEL. l.-rm 73 11 III Collins Av..... n. ': .. —i I. KAUFMAN. ill. .1 .1 ;n.. 17. River* Id. LADERMAN I I 11 1 !. ENDLICH. Ill • 6th Si KURTZVA'. I. 11sylvanl 1' MOSKVIR. • 1 v vi i: \ -1 WEINS1 CN • IV llli V t. .r %  SACKNOF r \ SI., ill. ll SPIVACK. 1 ;:.. 1 .-. an D: lUvci m Sin. Paul Douglas. Illinois Democrat. announced his co-sponsorship of the Keating amendment. The Keating amendment would require that "the President shall uspend assistance" to any country that uses its domestic funds to purchase arms from nations in the Soviet bloc. Also mentioned BS conditions lor aid severance were subversion, propaganda, and military preparations against other nations receiving U.S. assist •:nce. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 55439-C IS RK: Kstat c ... HERBERT s. STROI'BS I '. ...is.-.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 11. .in..1.. .11,1 All Persona Having Claims or I '. inuiiil* Agninsl Buid Kstat. : \..u arc h. ihy notified an.I r, iiih,,i ,,, pi. .-.in any claim* und dcnian I* which vmi ma) have airalnsl thi 1.11. .,1 III:I;C.I:I:T S. STROCHS II %  • %  .1 in'...f 1 .a, 1,. County, I I... Ida, -.. Hi. Count) Judge* ol Dnde County, iml 111,. the Dame In their offlci In hi Count) Courthouse In Ihulc Cuony, Florida within six calendar month* from Hi. date of th.tlr.-t publication heieof, or ili,-nil., will i... I.;UI. ii. NnQTITA RA1SKY W • %  RUTH \t:ns Ci.-AilmlniHtratoi I. It. MAYKRS, An..111. j 161! 1 '..11-I-. -s llvlldlng Miami, rlorlda < %  J.\. : "-r.'-ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4023 llli: WII.I/IA.MHIII'KOll SAVINiiS HANK. IM.iiinifi'. vs. i:nvv\i:ii 1: Mel IS and MARY l.iHISK Mi-L-IK, his WHY, l>. .friiilaius. NOT.CE OF SUIT In IMvvar.l E. .\U-I.in and Morj L.cii-. MI-LIII, Ills vvif<\ K.si,l,.|i,-.I '-.kri.'vvn. If alive and if dead, ili.unknown hi-irs. .i,.\i-.-.-. erani..s. ii.-siun. .--. 'lfonorv, .--•,iiii,rs. iiu-i-,.,,other clalinantH rlalmlng by, ihrouah, IUI.I.T or nicainal any nf 1 IIIM ;il„.v,' 11:1111,-l ,l,l.-n.l:iiils win. ;iro ,l,,-.:....|. Y.MI in.hereby notified Ihnt the above r.i|ili.,ii.-.l action hnbeen inletltutoil UKalnal >• %  >• in the Circuit Court of ,h.Kleventh Judicial Circuit of r*loridn In and for fade Connt) to fi.r.-.-l...-.u niorticaffe upon the idlou Inn il. wi II" .1 re il |.i..|..ii\: I..,1 ••. ntovfc ^ NnHHinil'. M-.lInK to ih. I"lal 1I1. reof, 1 ecorded in I'lnl I took :,'.. I'ace •'.-' ..1 Ihi I' lblii id .1.1County, Ilot Ida. v,.ii an reiiul.-il to %  '•• ) "in unKvvn ... plaintiffV i-ompluhii with the I 'I, l-l, ... Hi,.1 fill HUlll %  i I>IH n Iff* mi. 11. .vi vK'ri \" 1 ISi: 1 Itli 1 ral M d(i vi: %  %  l-'l.'iI Hi than ,lul) 1 ,, .. I'm Ci nfi — enter. -1 livil n-i \ ..II I lali .1: .lini. r r || I.I; VTIIKItM VN 1 "Ii 1 i. .••' the C!| (HI al 1 IS] K M IVi.N I ., yi 'IS I SK vii... in \ 1 1 nh l-'l I in. 1. 1 %  • Ml mi '-. I 1 Ii -: •_' LEGAL NOTICF IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORrf>A IN PROBATE No. 58970-B IN Iti:: IM.it, 11I J< 'SKI'll V". I'AV ll'Si IS I'.-.-.-u ed. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Til AM, I'KI:MI.\S ISTKRKSTKIl IS 1 III-: KKTATK "I" HAH) IKCK1>KST You ai.. ht-ruhv LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59956-A IN RK: Emate ol IIKSJAMIN S|I:AI:.\IAN Deceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS r.. All (*Pnitor* nnil AH IVrwui* Having Clalma or Demi mis Asninxt Said Kutate: ^ ."i BI .. hereby notified and i. quired tn pn -in nil) elaiini und demanaH ivhleh yi>u ma) have ufraliiHt the .si.11. ,,| IIKSJAMIS Sl'QAR-I filed umiiiist you MAX ii,.,.,.,,i i : .1,. of Daile County, quired tu Herv IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 6718 SAMI'BI. OESIN, I'lalntlff, si ..VIA flK.NIS, I lefendtini NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HDSIA IIKSIS Vi il' vi:,-: HKRKIlY S< 1 I'll 'li:i 1 lhal Coinplaim for IMvorce haa been 1 > ..11 are r. P) of your :m Klorida, In the County Judite* of Hade n'wet or iileiidlng to the Complaint for .,.„"„, ,,'1'.,.., *.i ty. %  • %  <•' % %  the sin.ie in dupllIHvorc the |.l:iiniiffattorney, inatiument purp la to be tin rate and provided In S.H'tl..n 73S.I6, SIDSKY KKRDXSOS. 241 Bocurity •!• %  • l-'ii.iiil.i si.niiiis. in their office* in Trail Itulldlnv, Miami :::'. IHorlda, III.-I vv ill :m 1 1,-i.ini,. il. in linu 1 ... .. ...I,.,i., i % %  -"•> in.. .-I.illll.s. 11, 111,11 ..llli-,11 ; I'list 1:1111.1111-. .Minin ::.. l-|l,ri.i:i, -, w, fi l '," 1 '''' '•>•' l-oun.j Con ,1 -. In in,,!,. ,•,,„,,and file Ih Imnnl anawei or plead.,'•,„.. 1 ..in.,.. : ', l ",'' 1 '•""'i ty. Klorida. within Klx calendar montlm Inn In il fflce of the Clerk of the 11. 1 11 1 ,• ,1 'r.1 1 fi '"."" "'"" "" lj "" "' "'•' ""•< publlcn-I Circuit Court on or before the 2Srd ,',"',' ':"','" "'" '' IM i" 11 '"-!' Hn hereof, or the mine will be barday of July, IM3; otherwlne, the Com' .. 'M .'.'" •.•'•'•• % %  "• '" %  '<'< ••"< %  < led. plaint for Divorce heretofore filed li.iinl in Miami, Florida, this :'nili •> _s. '. -1 %  _' -1 ;i ami ehow cau*e. II in) you ran. !,.. Dated .,1 Miami, Plorldi the actliin MI HUIII Court m u-lmittlm: iln.v of June, AH. I 1 '„'"."! l" '"' '' l houW "" "'anil HKSRY SCtlARMAN MiVx. MJANK .:. IM.WI.IM; ,, ilM pu blcnu!'m"of"Ihl* notl ,, "nt) .In.la.the SSth day of .1 Iii63 IHcnll by: MKI.il A C. DICK KKRS8TEIS & Mil.I II: 1 kl l,,k ,, Attorney for Kxeoutor KirHt publication ,,1 n,inotice on .1111 envr-s. UtilldliiR "'..-\'. 1 .'.. ,li,v '" %  '"'"•• l9KI MUiml. Klorldu ROHKKT sri.Tr KACKMAS Attorney 1408 Aiii-I.y I'.uililina Miami ::.', 1 lorida '• %  -'\ : "-I2-1 9 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59952C IS RK: Kstm. ... .11 >SI:III STEIN a/k n JOK BTEIN I l.-.-l•.!.-, ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All i'eraon* Having Claim* or Demand* Agalnat Kild the eatatt i:s.u,: ,,;is...| lal, You are hereb) notifletl and reto the County Judge* of Hade Coun-ii.h-..i 1,, |.r. s.-ni any claim* and dei>, ami ru.the sain.iii duplleute and mi,mlwhich you ma) havi uualn*l ue provided In Section "3J.16 Klorida the eatnte of JDSKl'H HTKIS :. k 11 .atutea, In their office* In the CcunJOE BTEIN il. % %  •• :i-,l late of Dude ty CourthoUHe in Dude County, 1-l.nCi.unty, Klorida, to the C it) Judge* I Ida, within nix calendar monthn of Dade County, and file the anrne in the tin 1 the firm publication here duplicate and nprovided In Section ,,f. .,1the *nnie will be barred. 7::::.lii, Florida Statute*. In theli ofDated :u Miami, Klorida, thi* Wth i'n .-s in ih.County Courthouae m . ,.1 June, \.|. Ili63, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59959 IN' RE: Eatnte ol HARRY suns 1".. .as.-,I. NOTICE TO CRED.TORS To All Creditor* ami All Kereon* Havina Claims or I i.iii.tn.ls Agalnal S;ii,l Ksiat.-: You are hereb) notified and required t.i pr. s. ni an) claim* and demand* which yon ma) hav.againat ,f HARRY SICKS de1 Dude County, Klorida, Dade County, Klorldn, within >i\ calendar month* i'n.in the lime .if the find publication hereof, or the .ami will be I.III.'I. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th • lay of June, A.I'. 11*83. SBYMOl'R .1. SIMON AH An.'illaiv Adminliiiator C.T.A. l',i-i publication ol this n.,ti.-. on the 28th -12-I9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6992 1'. IRSEKIA MATKESCC. I'lalntlff, Vs. JOHN MATBESCC, liefentlatit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl >: .11IHS MATEKSCl". hi %  2o5l Irnnd A vetitii llronx, .N. 1 York HESRIKTTA SICES AM Kxccutrlx l-irst piil.li.at if thi* notice 01 the "Mh da) ol June, 11)63 BYRON I. SIAKI'.Ki: Alii.rn.-v for tixeeuttix I5u 1. ncoln Road Miami Beach, 1 lorida 1', 88. T 5-18-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59907-C IN RK: Es ale of LENA UOODMAN 1 leceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor*: and All I', is n> Havinu Claim* or Demand* Agalmri Said Kstati %  : Vi.n arc hereb) notified and r. quired to prenent nil) cialin* and demand* which you mav hav.agnln*t the .-in1 1 l.KNv ilOODMAN de1 .,-, ,i in, ..I 11.,.1, 1 'otint). Klorida, I tn ih, Count) Judge* % %  Dude Coun. 1 flii ih. --.,in. in duplii ate 11 ml \i> provided in Section i33.16. K.01 i.la .'aim..-. In their office* in the CoUtli\ Courtl s. in Itt.i..'..iintv. Flotilla herein will be taken a* confessed by v ,111. DATED ai Miami, Florida, this 18th day of June, l*3. E. I!. L.EATHKRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is.al) By: K. M. I.V.VI.VN. 11,-put) I'I.I k SIDNEY EPRONWlS Attorney for lluintlff •_'ll Security Tl nsi llldg. Miami :'..'. Klorida 6 :'l-2<. T-.'-l-' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 59419 B IN RE; Estate "i EDWARD I.. BERRINS 1 leceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! and All Person* IfaA Ing Claim* or Heinand* Against Bald Estate: Vmi are hereby notified and required tn present an) claim* and demand* which you mny have against the estate of EDWARD 1.. SITKIUNS' deceased late of Dade V. ity, Florida, t" the County Judges "f Dado County, and file the same in duplicate an. 1 as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their ..t'lk-.-s in the County Courthouse In Dude County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, ..1 ih. same will be barred. Dated at .Miami. Florida, thi* ISth day ol June, A.D. 1*63. NAOMI I'. KKRKINS As Administratrix First publication of this notice on ih, gist day of Jum IP63. JEROME u. I:I:I'.I:NI". Attorne) for Naomi K. Serrlns Suit. Jll Security Trust Bldg. ll'.i 1-:. Klagler St.. Miami :'•'-'. 11a. b :i-'-•>. 7'i-U Viii ARK RKQl'IRED to se v. 11 1.1.,. within six calendar month* li-.nn cop) of ".i.i Answer i" llli Conipl II 1 the flrsl pablleatioi I for lijvore, an the 1 Maintitf utorney, ,.1. ,.t the sumi will in harri %  MII.TOS A. F'RIEDMAN, llli Vitiate) m Mi i. FI llli* 24Hh liullding, Al ., ill 32, I 011 ... and to A.I" I,, the 1 ual Answer In the 1 'ffici JAi K 1 i'l 'IIS ,.| ih,. 1 ",i k of Hi. 11. nil 1 '.• 1 ;. on AI .\. ill l„. ili, Hlll .1 I of -liilv I1U13: I i.; pilhli I llli* notl.e LII otherwise, 1 .• %  I'ompluln for %  • irci tin :xth da) ol June, heretofore filed herein "ill In taken Myi -. Helmaii, Kupiaii ,v Ciiisiiiaii t5c WKAT-FM FTO^A BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Heathe World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM u* cmifi -%  '1 '" DATED ill Miami. Dadi C Klin Ida, ihi261 Ii dii) ol .1 i:. II. I.KATIIERMAN, Cli rfc of the .1. • 1 'in 11, I lade Count). Fli Ity K. M I.VMAN. I., ., 'v Clerk 1, 28, ; :.-i2-i! I :> I. -MM l\apl ity. Atloriie) ;. %  : 1 Ixi cutor ; i:.i. s VV l-l Si:. I Miami. Klorldu I' -'-. .-:.'-i'.i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59615-C IN' RE: Estate of .III.IA E. Rl'DD I leceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'ers-m* Having Claim* or Demand* Against Said ICstate: Vi.n are hereb) notified and required ii. preaeni nil) claim* and demand* which v.. 11 may have nunlnsi Hi, estate of Jl'I.IA K Rl'DD .leceased late of Dade Count). 1 ili,. County Judge* of Iktde 1 'minIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA l\ ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 6579 SHIRLEY ANN .vinisiN.;i:i: 1'iailllili. KCNNIilil l-'KANKI.IN Mt'TSIXtiKit. D. i. %  ml.nil NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KENNETH I KANkl.lN Ml 1 T.-lNiiKl: Route Sumber Hie Uriffith Road Winston Salem, North Carolina V..11 are hereb) 1.., 11 i. .%  I to verve a cup) ..1 your AnsWei 'i pleading t" the Complaint for Divorce filed 1 vim. on ih. I'lalntlff* nttorIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59628 IN RE: Kstat...r SADIE BRON8TEIN Hi ceased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and Ml Persons Having Claims or Demand* Against Bald Vi.n are hereby notified and required i" present un) claims und th niaml* which )ou may have against ,|„ ,.-,.,,, ol SAIHi: I'.Ki INS I'l-.I.N deceased late of Dade County, Florida |,i the Count) Judge* ..1 I'. I Cotintv, anil file the stime ill ll cute ami aprovided in Section II...i.la Statutes, III their ofllce* il ih, Cnuntv Com thou* I' iv l-'li.i Ida, ithiti *IN • from Ih.lini"I' tinI 1.. ,.,.!. 11 ih. %  %  'il I" bari I luted al Miami. Florida, Mil day of June, A.D. Ii'fl JOSEPH ROSE A1: x.-.-1:; %  % %  BYRON ISl'.MlBER AH,,, in for F:xi. ni"1 li 1. ncoln ltd Miami I). % %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring '" engase in 1,1.sin, s.under thi flctitous nain y THE PENNS1DE COMPANY at 411031, Miami 41, Klorldu intends to registei sai.l name mltli H"' Clerktd the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. INVESTMENT \ I ,i:\ l.l.> H'MI-.N 1 Cl llli*. ni-' I' %  RI1 v. sole i.vvn, 1 ARTHl'R W. KARLICK Attorney for Applicant l'21N.W.Hth8t..Mia.nl. 6 ria. 2i M 7 /s %  %  .. an.1 file the same In duplKiie ,1 id M ,. v BoSllSIC I. KOO, I06 Industrlul is provided In Section 73J.HI, l%  alt I National Hunk Building, Miami ;::. unites, in their olYlces In 1 is Cnuninorlda, and fibthi original Answei ;. 1 'oui thmise In 1 Mile Count). Floi Ida, within lx calendar month* ihe time ni' the flrsl publication ,.f or the sain,. i ll lie barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, Hi.* 24th ilav of June, A.D. IM3 HERMAN T, ISIS, a* Attorm v for OANIKIi v Rl'DI 1 As Administrator First publication "i ii> ; s notice on Un jsiii day of June, 1868. HKRMAN T. ISIS Attorney for Administrator !• 11. Box IT-'T. Cral tlabli •i 2ti ",-U-IH pleading In the office of the Clerk MI in.. Circuit C 1 ,.n 01 before thi %  j..i,l da) ,.1 Jul). i''.:'. or 11 di en 1 ill Isentered ngulnst )ou b) default. Liuted Hiiinii da) ..1 June, l!'l3. i: ll. LF:ATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Ihi .. County, Florida is B) : i: i: URI'IUI, 1., out) Clerk 1; L'l -L's. T :.-u IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6678 M'.l'I.AliDO (JIKRI'.A. plaintiff, ENA (il'KRRA. "NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ENA Ql'ERRA lar.|iic Vldul II. Bantn Clara. Cuba. rOC KNA GITCRRA, Pnrque Vldal %  I Miita Clara, Cuba, are ronulred to tile your anawer to the Complaint rot Divorce, with the Clerlt of th.above vim. ami serve n copy there..I upon Glno I. Nerettl. Attorney 10-11 Congress Bldg., ill S • .-"'" VP 5£i Miami, Florida, on or before the .'3rd da) "i July, ff>63. ni" else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated ihi* 1Mb da) o June, 198S. I1: I.KA THER5IAN, • lerk, Circuit Court. I> I'.mntv. Klorida lteol ) Bv: K. M VMAN. i>, put) Cleric %  i :\ %  >. : "-'.-' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6672 JAIME VAKCARCEI., Plaintiff, MAHIA CARDENAS VAI.i'AltlKl.. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 111: MARIA CARDENAS VAlA'AKCKI. CARRERA lii -A CAM IM 81 R, No: U 71 TCNJI'Kl-ITO, BtKtoTA. COLOMBIA Yol'. MARIA (CARDENAS VA1.CARCKL, I'air.-ra IS—A Cnlle f.4 Sur. No, 63 7t Tunjuellto, Bogoto, Colombia, un required to file your answer to the Complaint for Divorce, with the Cleric of the above Court, and serve a copy thereol up lino I. N'.-ur.-ui, Attorney BlO-11 Congress Bldg., HI N.B. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Klorldn, on 01 before the 23rd da) ol Julv, un:::. or else complaint vvill 1>> taken as confessed. Dated this 1Mb day ol June, libra. iB I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida ,,:,|i B) : K. M. IV VI \N Dcptuy Clerk C 81-IS, 7 5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 59756-C In RE: Estate of RI'HIS SAOER P,, eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Ha) %  Ing Claims or Demands Agaln*l Sola You are hereb) notified nnd n ,.,l 10 pn -. 111 tin) claims and di inan.ls which von ma) have.against the estate of RCHIN SAC.BR de. r ase


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^Friday, June 28. 1963 +JenistnorMian Wei 111 i -N.HIII MRS. GER/UD GUST r Geist, Stern Exchange Vows At Beth David A IBH-length bridal gown <>f vhitc silk and lace was selected by the former Miss Elaine Stem lor her marriage to Gerald Gelst on Sunday. June 23. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated at the BUptiall held at Beth David, where a reception followed the early < veiling ceremony. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stern. 350 SW 26th Rd and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gci.st. of the Bronx. N'.Y. Attending the bride were Jeri Rosenthal and Mrs. Frank Goldtein. maid and mat ion of honor, Esther Brtnkman, Uene Sose, Sandy Simmons. Carole Nurenberg ar.il Debbie Baiter, bridesmaids Sen ing i %  best man was Jeflrej London, and groomsmen ini-luded Billy Gwertz. Anno Seid, David Stern, Louis Stern and IrvP incus. \ radu ite ol Mi. • ii Senior High, the new Mrs. Gei t attend id the University ol Alabama, irom which her husband gradual id. Now in pharmacy school al Ihe University ol Florida, he served as i ice president ol Alpha Epsilon Pi. The couple will live at ITIH \\\ ; ,i \ve.. Gainesville. Schneiders Will Live in New York Following a honeymoon trip to North Carolina, ncw'lyuedded Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Murray Schneider will live In New York. The bride is Pie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foldstein, 60 S. 1'rospect Dr. For the nuptials, hell In the iupont Plaza Hotel on Sunday, June 23, ihe former Lois Elaine Feldstein wore a white peau de Miie sown with headed alencon iace bodice, scalloped neckline ord long tapered sleeves. The • ery lull flowing skirt ended in a chapel train, and a peril crown held the triple tiered French illusion. Rabbi Morris j:op officiated at Ihe double ring ceremony, winch •vas followed by a reception in the hotel. The bride's sister. Mrs. Leon leimin, served as matron of honor. Penny Scott was junior bridesmaid, and Jill Schneider and Cheryl Schneider were flower feirls. Best man to the bridegroom was his brother. B. Walter Schneider, and David Karcher, dark Kay, Marvin Maltzman and Fredric Scott served as ushers. The new Mrs. Schneider attended the University of Florida and graduated from the University oi Miami Her husband is ,i graduate of Ihe University Of Miami end Harvard Law School. He was editor in-chief of "The Law Review" and held membership in iron Arrow, Omicron Delia Kappa and Tau Epsilon Phi, social fraternity. Presently in the law department i.l the IBM Corp. in New York City, he i> the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schneider. 15301 NK •lth Ct. Page 5-B rilllM n Klein, Miller Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Klein. !I01 Meridian Ave, announce the engagement of their daughter. Lyn Lilienthal. to Philip J. Miller. Son of Mrs. Bella Miller. 9229 Dickens Ave and the late Milton Miller, ih" prospective bridegroom is a cum laude graduate of Alfred University and the University Of Miami School of Law. The future bride attended City College, New York City. MRS. REUBfN SCHNEIDER %  I Shoshana Chapter Barbecue Supper Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, is sponsoring a splash party and barbecue supper on Saturday at the Apache Motel, darting at 7:30 p.m. All funds raise.-; will go to B'nai B'rith projects, and the evening will include swimming, -lancing to continuous music, and entertaini lent by a calypso group. • In charge of reservations are; Mrs. Richard Shear and Mrs. Gerald Brand'l. Cedars Reports To Community On Progress Harry L. Lew's, newly-elected president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, has announced establishment of ;i public relations program to acquaint Greater Miami with the expansion now taking place al the non-sectarian, community pital. Apart of the project, board members will become meinliers ol a Speakers' Bureau and appear l>r fore local civic, professional, and fraternal organizations. Lewis w*s a guest of radio and television personality Larry King on his radio show on Wednesday and he is scheduled to address a numoer of women's clubs and welfare groups in the near future. A house organ. -The Cedar Leaf." is published periodically, with the latest data on Cedars activity, and reports about new equipment, research results, and Summaries of meetings and seminars. In addition, the booklet : carries articles and feature stories on the medical and administrative staff, progress of the development fund campaign and personality profiles on employees. Included in the oi.T.eun are statistics on patient-load, admissions, and surgical procedures. F.'noi B'rith Social Singles B'nai BVith Social Singles will hold a night club social at the Barcelona Hotel ouStrtinr/lay night.. During thsummer months the organization will sponsor .". variety oi dances, socials and parties for members and adults from 35 to 55 who wish to join ih" group. 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, eJewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOIUIJP 36 — Number 26 Miami, Florida, Friday, June 28, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20' Soviet Missile Experts And Rockets Reported Arriving in Egypt Now — %  *. YEMik SPOKESMAN U.S. Charged With Aiding Israel Enemy WAS] CiGTON (JTAi The Senati reign Relations Commitlee was told here thai $4,000 m "Govt rnment funds h: ve been handec over to a certain anti-Israel org< ration as part of a concerted policy of appeasing Egyptian Pretioent Gamal Abdel Naser The %  .: ge was made during lestin > Bushrod Howard, Jr., a registertd agent for the royalist goven "I Yemen, who said that Congress should halt aid to Egypt urr.il President Nasser fid fills his pledge to withdraw his lerces t: 01 Yemen. Mr. Howard was not asked to identify the anti-Israel oraanizatior. and he did not volunteer its name. Sen. Wayne Morse, Democrat of Oregon, said he wanted to get this information directly from the State Department. LONDON — (JTA) — Groups of Russian rocket experts have been arriving in Egypt recently along nil considerable quantities of Russian anti-aircraft weapons and air-to-air missiles, the London Daily Telegraph correspondent reported here this week from Beirut. He said that according to re, liable Middle East sources, the rocket experts included men shifted from Cuba. The correspondent ,i~>erted that, following the announcement last week in Moscow 11 a new Russian agreement to provide aid to Egypt, it could be expected that the number and "ize of Russian rockets going to Egypt would increase. He also reported that preliminary work had been started on sites in Egypt for mediumrange missiles supplied by the Soviets. Cairo Radio reported that the new Russian-Egyptian agreement would "strengthen Egypt militarily and economically." The correspondent declared that the development was a further setback for President Kennedy's policy of regarding Egyptian President Nasser as Washington's "chosen instrument'' In the Middle East. fttim MINISTER tSNIM will follow BO Eshkol at Helm; Eban Moves Up To Deputy Post JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Premier-Designate Levi Eshkol has pre sented his new Cabinet to the Knesset. Israel's Parliament. He emphas'zed that the new Government is a Government of continuity, and that it will follow the principles of the last Government. It will also be bound by the same coalition agreements. Mr. Eshkol stressed. Zalman Aranne. the new Min— ister of Education, is the only new number of the Cabinet. He replaces Abba Eban. who was appointed to the new post of Deputy Premier The Finance Ministry portfolio, which was held by Mr. Eshkol in the previous Government, was given to Pinhas Sapir, who will continue also in his post of Minister of Commerce and InLike his predecessor. Mr. Other members of the new Cabinet, who will continue in their posts are: Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Affairs; Bechor Shitreet, Police; Dov Joseph, Justice; Yosef Almogi, Development; Moshe Dayan, Agriculture; Eliahu Sasson, Posts—all of Mapal; Moshe Shapiro, Interior and Health; Dr. Yosef Burg, Welfare; and Zerach Warhaftig, Religious Affairs—all of the National ReDfPUrr MINISTtR EBAN ... a boost up dustry. Ben-Gurion, Premier Eshkol will also hold the post of Minister of % %  • %  Par, V '"••' £*2t da. Transport, and Yigal A Ion, Ue,ons( Labor, both of Achdut Avoda. %  In presenting the new Government, Mr Eshkol said that the strengthening of Israel must be a vital goal, not only for Israel but also for the governments that are ;anxious for peace in the area and 'the entire world. "We shall, therefore, continue to Senators Seek to Override Supreme Court Bible Ban WASHINGTON-UTA) Mr. Howard said that Govern meat Officials, "determined to 8P pease Nasser at all costs, are put l.ng all blame for the problem of the Middle East on Israel and American Jews. To counter these alleged evils they have, over the vears, put some $4,000,000 of Government funds into an anti-Israel organization." Sen. Morse, who acted as com mittee chairman, stated at the end of Mr. Howard's testimony thai a copy of the transcript •mild h, torn aided to the State Depart mint for a reply to the Mimmiiu He said Mr. Howard had made "very venous charges hich demand an official response." Karlitr in the hearing, Senators l Continued on Page 5-A Early s miss, lei Sen. Strom Thurmond and Sen. untarv launching ships, he added. Olin D. Johnston, both South Car Continued on Page 6-A JEWISH IDENTITY 'Belonging Vs. Exile' Theme Of AJCong. Dialogue in Israel JERUSALEM (JTAi A dlsceased to be Jews in the sense he CUSSion on the question of Jew-, a s describing. ,. h identity in terms Of "BelongB randeis Univer,ng versus Exile took pttce here "'jjj" member ar>d news hwertattheseccnddi^e |"JJ J took th pos between American Jewisn ana tion that American Jews had "a natural sense" of belonging to the American culture because Continued on Page 6-A Continued on Page 12-A ,;:eli intellectuals arranged by the American Jewish Congress in cooperation with the Israel Govern-, "while wme of the American par.ic.nanf said they consider Jhemselves American intellectuals rather than Jewish. Leslie Fiedler the American critic, urged jews to resist the temptations to difficulties for scrawling swasassimilatc fully whether in the WASHINGTON ( JIAi-Asin known admir r chiatrists as able to distinguish :; ar -oW Neo^NaVi, who shot a Jewbetween right and wrong a,ft, youth to death last Aug. 31 He killed the Jewish boy. 17-ycarold Lewis Goldfein, an honor stuReform Rabbis Fight for Full Negro Rights NEW OFFICERS PAGE 3-A PHILADELPHIA -(JTA)The 74h annual convention of the Central Conference of American Rab1 !.is in session here adopted a resolution pledging "unequivocal rapport" to the Negro community 'in iis efforts to achieve full equal rty. Acting on a report submitted by Rabbi Samuel D. Soskin, • hairman of the CCAR's standing commit tee on justice and peace, the Re f crnl rabbi-! called for the passage Christian reli-ious reaction to of Congressional legislation insur lh.LSSn.Srt decision was in, "the full exercise 0 ;n"xed P bu. m balance, on the right. .1 Cltisenship I Continued on Paoe 2 A While such measures were considered certain to rur into strong opposition in both Houses, they were expected to get strong support in the Senate Judiciary Committee, headed by another Southerner, James O. Eastland, Mississippi Democrat. Hearings are expected either in the full committee or in the constitutional amendments subcommittee which is headed by Sen. Estes Kefauver, Tennessee Democrat. The proposals must be approved by both Houses and then be ratified by three-fourths of the states to become amendments. the all Nazi Gets Life for Killing Student by maintaining a poscd in nearby Eairfax <-'ounty, l ( ,;:;'.' ,„ x |i e could Jews fulfill Va .. 0I1 John C. Vinson. Jr.J* their historic mission of ''****]** witness to the fact that the '.'Messiah has not yet come." I ier told the assembl sail. Fledge that "the SIN. WAYNE MMtSE ... serieei efceree i,„t.ilil the a>semi>i "-;e %  • %  < • %  •oia ixn^ ~%  ,, ,.i nature of Jew.shness is dcnt on the grounds of the Gold ; S T hen£ e en exile, to fi home In suburb ol the namost Jews in the United States I;;,',, Ifrte | were insider, who had Vin ton had been in previews though mentally ill and fascin ated by violence and hatred, Vin,on was found guilty of murder after being examined in a menMi institution. sed that he c: eld not in good con science recommend a term that would free Vinson in less than 15 years. He said "it is important that the community will not be terrorized again as it has been over a period of two years." Under the life sentence pronounced byJudge Albert Bryan in Fairfax Cir t Vinson will not be elig • cult Court. lible for parole until he has served A probation officer report •<; to al least 15 years in orison. Vms.ii ,he court before sentence eras pasis the son of a police oti.ee.



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, ih w oman s miorU "eJewish Floridian Mrs. Richard Settles Down To Role as 'First Lady' Mic-.., Florida. Friday. June 28, 1963 Section B Professional ORT Unit is Forming Imrr.t.'o past president of Southeastern Florida Region of WomB American ORT. Mrs. Harry -.nblatt, hold an organization;-.. I i ding in her home on June 19 '.' form a Business and Profcs':.-..'! Chapter. Design ment Of j and pr> evening! nrill h < %  to meet the requirerose engaged in careers :\>-ions to meet in the I lie newly termed group .. member-bring-a-member meeting on Sunday evening. July 9. in the Sea Gull Hotel. Charter members of the new chapter include Ethel Levin Satiawsky, chairman of the organization committee. Anna K.-uiffman. Selma Resnick, Pearl Fisk, Edith | Kostick, Nettle Schaefler, Bea; Gcrson Dash, Faye Komisarow, Mac Balkan, June Thompson, Es-I -ie Abrams. Ada Zallen, Charlotte Shalom. Ilildegarde S. Alexander. 32 Women Join Bronze Book Listing at Cedars Tim"; women whose generosity • earned special recog nition : Cedars of Lebanon Hoepiti • eek had their names entered fi i perpetuity in the "Book i %  Healing." Prei Harry L Lewis anliounct the b oi ie b o o mounle on an Italian inutile I B se, placed in the hall bpproai i the main floor ele vator, :| v iitors to the hospital n see it i asily Desi as "Life Gu ir names omen < ho contribute 1360 to i buildinj fund are en graved broi K p \, i Guardians are Mes dames Rose Abcrly. Sarah baron. Ji nnie Burney, Helen D. Cheron. Sam Danels, John B, Denvir, Elizabeth Goldstein, Roslyn Gordon. Beatrice Hammond. Rosc'mond Hammond, Lillian Jacobs, Aaron Kapit, Manuel Joseloff, Miss Iris Kite and Miss Goldie Reiss. Also Mesdames Rosalyn Levine, N'atalie Levitt, Faith McCoy, Charles Monashefsk; Matthew V. Orlando, Ira N. Rosenstein, Ruth Rosenthal, Carrie Sapiro, Sylvia -. [tlin, Alice Spector. Ann Spector, In in: Spector, Ruth spector. Evelyn Wcgner, Z ma Wi it kle, end In Memory of Rebecca Spe( tor, Miriam Weissman. Mary Frances Cohen, Reba Gershman, Mary Gershman, Ray Schneiderman, Doris Goldman, Anna Mones. Ida Kutner and Mrs. Moiris Burgin. ; Helping to build better econ omics in the under-developed countries, ORT is training people to man the industries of the free world, striving to keep pace with technological advances. In Israel. ORT has the largest i single operation in the world, training the little nations in desperately-needed skilled manpower. Accelerating its program there, four new Apprenticeship Centers are on the planning board, the first under constriction in Haifa, the Jeanette Orleans Gaye Memorial Center, named for the late national president of WomenAmerican ORT. The three remaining are to be built in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Beersheba With the rigors of her husband's successful political campaign and the subsequent trip to Honolulu for the L'.S Conterence of Mayors now behind her, Mrs. Melvin Richard, wife of the new Mayor ot Miami Beach, is beginning to relax a little and take stock of the future. Charming Janet considers herself a veteran in the field of political campaigns. Over 15 of the 22 years she has been married to her husband have been devoted to public service, and the former legal secretary, though wishing no part of the spotlight for herself, i has fought through every battle with him. "After 12 years as the wife of a Councilman. I don't expect that there will be very many changes now that Mel is Mayor," she says thoughtfully, "just a great deal more of the same. More obligations, more social engagements, but I expect to enjoy every minute of it as I have in the past." The couple have two sons. Barry and Dennis. Barry, just 21, had the unique pleasure of casting his first vote for his father. Attending college on a debating scholarship, he'll be a senior at the University of Miami in September. Dennis, a sophomore at Miami Beach High, will spend six weeks MRS. MCIVIN RICHARD of the summer at an Institute on debate and speech at Ohio State University. Both boys plan to attend law school. Although she likes to spend as much time as possible at home, Miami Beach's new first lad] has all the social graces and ian bsset to any gathering, Attractive and well-groomed. Miami Beach has a first lady of whom it can well he proud. 1 tops for everything: JS n n j by ISABEL GROVE A bridal luncheon on Saturday, .tune 11 .' the lovelj new home ..i in and Mrs, Morion Pearl 1175 N Shore Di Guesl "i honor was Miss Caryl Lobel, ter ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lobel Her marriage to Ron aid Si iden. son of Mr. and Mrs Albert Seiden, is plumed for tugusl Centerpiece on the beautifuils decorated luncheon table featured pink roses and a miniature bride in white holding a para>ol Hostesses, who will be membus oi the wedding par ty, were MisLynn Pearl and Miss Maxine Green A gala reception tor 75 on June 11 at" the Coral Gables home ol Mr and Mrs. II. Alv.n Pines feted son Geolfrey Wallace Pine-. who had received a degree in business administration Horn the University of Miami earlier in the dav Plans to enter lav. school la September Younger sitter, Cydelle, Is i sophomore at the I M • Another business administration major. Lea Halpert. has just completed his first year at Antloeh College ... Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Harpert. 918 toMtl. he's a graduate of Coral Gables High, and is attending Antiocn on a partial scholarship TV tore plans call for 15 months "I Stud) in Europe Ten swimming awards between 8-year-old Rebecca and brolhci Larry Seiilin 14, in the South west Florida AAU champion ships Mr and Mrs. SelUin accompanied their two talented youngsters to the eventheld Ft. Meyers las! weekerd • • • Trained" by coach Boh Friedman, Rebecci and Larry carry ihe ;hirts in bleeding madras Westbrooke Country Club colors Richard Ro.-en. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, leaving for Now York this weekend From there he'll jet to Italy, and board a ship there for Israel where he will spend six weekat IMstadrut Camp Return journey will be by way oi Naples Rome and Paris Annual tearful parting in the Milt Balsam home when turns Nina and Alan, age 11. leave for Camp Skylake at Sautee. Ga.. which has a policy of "no dogs so Duke, pedigreed boxer, must remain at home. • Honey and E. Albert Pallot attended the wedding of her son. Bruce llermclee. to Betty, daughter Of Mr. ami Mrs. Monroe Geller. this past Sunday at the St Regis Hotel in New York. Other guests Iron, Miami Beach were Honey's mother. Mrs Rhea Goldfarb. nd her sister. Sylyia ullh ,„,sband George S. Gordon M-o Pallet's daughter Suz.,,„.,. Rounding out the lamily circle for the Gordons will be 1 Jan." S.. who will jol.Jem from Washington, and daughter Kara, with husband Howard Qalper, from Chicago second honeymoon, a I'M' nd i h e world, celebrating .-.4 ,„ togetherness for Hannah ^Raymond Rubin -Honored ,,„„„.,. party in he Eden „ b) ...n Seymour Rubin and his Mice before leaving Guests induced Edna and JimCor.tir-jed on Page J-B 6.00 Man-tailored shirts of cotton, handwoven in India from yarn dyed with native vegetable colorings When washed, the colors bleed and blend together for the desired, muted look! 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Friday. June 28. 1963 *. JpW #7 mnr/rrffain Page T-A PAGES FROM AN ISRAEL DIARY 5//ppwig ^crow ZtoroW /$ M> .Me £ ven for Fun By LEO MINOLIN MT. GILBOA-This afternoon. ] was in Jordan. I could not restrain the impulse. I had been driving along the Israel Jordan border up to the top ot this historic mountain, where Saul was killed in the battle "against the Philistines. and where it is written of his death: "How have the mighty fall en.'' The border markers are occasional mounds of stone, each about three feet high. The road, a winding and terribly bumpy one, has literally been carved out of the terrain by miHUUN The air is the same, I told myself foolishly. I saw a bird hopping from Israel into Jordan and back into Israel again, chirping gayly over the accomplishment. I did the same. The bird eyed me strangely for a moment, then flew off. Challenging my fate, I stepped across again, and walked a few yards inland. By this time. I had attracted the interested eyes of the border police, who saw my Israel license plate in their high-powered binoculars, and came tearing down at me in a fury of a storm. Had -%. the Jewish National Fund for the they been Jordan police. I would encampment at the summit. I not greet them so effusively, stopped the jeep, whose wheels They were fierce-looking gentlewere no more than a yard from men, all four, with murderousthe markers. Out of a sheer appearing automatic weapons. I sense of mischief, I stepped could not help admiring the sight across into Jordan. of their dust storm arrival, and Hebrew of Beach High Hebrew will be taught in the public schools of Greater Miami under the approval of the Dade County Board of Instruction isMied for the school year 1963-64. First class in Hebrew will be held ;.t the Miami Beach Senior High School. r* Chase Federal Promotes Two C. L. Cli ments, president ot Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Miami Beach, announces the election of LeYin A. Dix as \ice prescient ot the association, Dix. an executive with Chase Federal, has been chief appraiser for the instil ulion. and will now be head of the moitgage department. Chase Fed. nil has also appointed George w. Etheridge to the position of supervisor of the appraisal department, Clements re. ..led. Youth Wins BB Summer Institute Scholarship Here Bill Elfenbein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Elfenbein. of 8403 S\V 107th St.. has been awarded a Irip to Israel. One of seven recipients of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization's Israel Summer National Institute. Bill 1 will travel and study on a scholarship. He has served as a delegate to the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, and will represent some 50,000 Jewish youth at the World Jewish Youth Conference in Jerusalem on Aug. 4 to 9. Bill has been a vice pr< sident of the South Florida Council of BBYO, and is now president of the Florida Region. He was a charter member of "Tebs," Temple Beth Shirah Youth Group, and v.ill report to the group on Israel when he returns in September. the muscular efficiency of their purpose. "Do you realize you can get yourself killed?" the captain shouted at me in heartbreaking English, spying the big camera in my hands and recognizing me immediately as a visitor. "These crazy American tourists." he snapped at his patrolmen in Hebrew. "Do you understand the extent of the incident you could have created here for us?" he continued in his heartbreaking English. I apologized in heartbreaking Hebrew, and told him I am a newspaperman. "That explains the insanity," he commented to his colleagues. We all laughed, but a moment later, he became official again, and returned to chewing me out. Then he shook my hand, and took off in a new cloud of dust. I continued to the top of Gilboa. This is one of more than a dozen villages which the Jewish National Fund has been establishing as sensitive border points to lay factual claim to unpopulated territories that are thus far Israeli on the map only, and that serve as buffers against Arab invasion. Gilboa today is populated by some one-hundred young soldiers from the Nachal movement. The hearty lot arrived when the settlement opened last November. Members of B'nai Akiva, they are all Orthodox, and I found it quaint to observe them in their tiny skullcaps, the size of a half orange, perched precariously atop their heads. But the muscle and the labor and the sweat they have been pouring onto the land are everywhere apparent. And the efficient 22-year-old captain who spoke with me spat out his words in the kind of tones that only the fiercely dedicated can muster. In the synagogue here atop Mt. I 5 Mt. Sinai Fetes Interns at Dinner Mt. Sinai Hospital's 4] interns and residents were honored by the hospital's Board of Trustees at a dinner on Wednesday, where they were awarded certificates of completion of their internship or residency for the past year. The doctors were greeted at the dinner bv J. Gerald Lewis, president; Samuel Gertner, executive director; Dr. Stanley Frehling. president of the Medical Board; and Dr. Ronald Shane, director of medical education. For Very Special Occasions... ,55h COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering Stei for groups of 100-300. .. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room m this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call FR 1-0781 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA *. Gilboa, I saw more than an army-issued Ark and Torah. There were shelves of Talmud Bavli and Mishna and Chumash. 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Page 4 A fJenisfi nuMtofl Friday, June 28, 1963 Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDUN Executive Editor iELMA M THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel BAT U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday slice 1!>27 by The Jewish FlorldUa • t 130 S.K. Wxth Street. Miami 1. Flofl.ta Seond-Cl:as Postaga PaJO at Miami. Florhta. The Jewish Florldian has absorbed the Jewish Unity an* the Jewish Weekly. Member ef the Jewish Telegraph!* Agency, seven Art* Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, Nition'at Editorial Assn., American Assn. o* English-Jewish Newspaper*, and the Florida P-r Ann. Tin? Jewish norldiao does not guarantee the Kaahrutl of the u. i cliancllse advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Are* On* yew 5.00 Thra* Y*ara 810.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Friday, June 28. 1963 6 Tammue 5723 Number 26 Court Decision Gears the Air We welcome the Supreme 3ourt decision as a reaffirmatian oi the highest principles of American democracy. Contrary to the doctrine-laden misinterpretation of 'he more zealous-minded, the derision does not squelch the spiriual impulse of the nation. It does not deny the basic be.ief that the United States was ounded by men steeped in the 3ible. The basic freedoms which •ve all hold so dear stem from our most intimate religious sources. But if America is a nation well nware of God deep-rooted in its daily practice, it is also a nation determined to guarantee the right of all men to the privacy of their conscience. And, as the framers of our constitution determined by bitter European experience, there tan be no better way to achieve :his than to establish a firm and uncompromising distinction between church and state. It has been the continuing en.roachment of the latter upon the :orraer that the Supreme Court's decision now reverses in the matter of religious expression in the public schools. The majority opinion strikes at the root of the quesion when it declares lhat the violation of the separation doctrine could no longer be justi:ied because "individual students may absent themselves upon parental request." For it is a fact that the right to relief from the violation stands as an American concept above the esser consideration of non-compulsion. We hope that the decision finally clears •he air. On the heels of the Supreme Court xuling. Florida moved with lightening speed :o set up a county system of voluntary Bibleieading "courses" in the schools designed to circumvent the ruling and to pose the hefty :hreat of repeated years of litigation ahead. Most Floridians have already recognized such rresponsible efforts at circumvention for what :hey are. and pray that other states do not .allow confusing suit. ful deliberations; but Dade County is showing the way by hoping to meet the problem before the problem gets out of hand. Dade Shows the Way The prospect of racial discord is not a .-iappy one for any community. What occurred in Mississippi and Alabama, and the aftermath cf unrest in other Southern cities, as veil as in scattered incidents throughout the 'Jorth, must be avoided wherever possible. For men show the worst that is in themselves when they permit unspeakable prejudice :o seize their souls. Dade County has now moved to avoid the possibility of racial discord here. Metro's newly-established Community Relations Board is designed to guarantee what seems to be missing elsewhere in the nation when whites and Negroes confront one another in anger— communication. The Hew board includes a fair cross-section of Greater Miamians, representing the major races and religions. Even taken into account is the tender question of Cuban refugees here, with the appointment to the board of the past president of the Chamber of Commesce of Cuba. What Dade County hopes to achieve is to forestall the development of friction before it ever occurs. Men of good will can do this if they sit down to talk before they take to the streets in anger. During the days ahead, the Community Relstions Board will certainly have its work cut out way in advance. The establishment of fee board does not guarantee its successHen are the Masters The Swiss court disposition of the Israel "agents" was a model of due process. The court went beyond the immediate facts in the case. Joseph Ben-Gal and Otto Jokelik were judged guilty for their alleged coercion of the daughter of Dr. Paul Goercke, one of the many German scientists now beefing up Nasser's war machine in Cairo. On this we can make no comment, far this is how the Swiss jurists saw it. But in going beyond the letter of the law, in taking the effort to study the motives of the Israelis and the political pressures governing their deeds, the court demonstrated that justice must be more than systematic rote. This was a courageous thing to do in a land whose traditional neutrality has kept it out of the mainstream of international duplicities, foi it meant a free and open condemnation of the war of annihilation against Israel now on Egypt's drawing boards. The political involvement notwithstanding, the Swiss jurists demonstrated that men are the masters of the law governing them. On Calling the Shots The stir Dr. Lewis Feuer, professor of philosophy at the University of California, raised in Moscow is a lesson for future visiting luminaries to the Soviet Union. In his sociological study before the Moscow Institute of Philosophy, it was certainly not easy for Di. Feuer to go out on a limb and accuse his hosts of softness in the matter of investigating anti-Semitism. The sharp and personally insulting response he elicited is a case in point, which would dissuade the most courageous men from following his example. But apart from the fact that the return fire to which Dr. Feuer was subjected proved the validity of his charge, it also demonstrated far the Russians that "decadent capitalists" can well think for themselves. Too many high-level visitors to the Soviet Union show their courage by being critical after they have safety landed home. Not so Dr. Feuer, who called the shots even in uncomfortable Moscow. I (he week as i see it by LEO MINDUN -THI i E BEN-CUR ION resigns „, %  tion may be difficult trfpi ,ln i-l mi i ll<> U'M'L fathom; but it should not have HIIMIIU lllv TTVl/IV been unexpected. Like so many things in Israel this ij somewhat of a parattox. Nay. ertheless, especially in the case of the Prime Minister. paradoxes are noteworthy for their preponderance. One can not dismiss, out of hand, the "private reasons" explanatton-particularlv if the reasons relate to his health. I last saw Mr. Ben -Gorton on June 4, and bis face had the kind of ruddy colorin? frequently to be seen in persons suffering from cardiovascular dif. ficulties. Add to such speculation his wife's overwhelming concern for bis well-being at the slightest hint ef a possibly heated debate in Par. hament, and there seems to be at least some realistic basis for gi v ing credence to other than political motives behind the resignation But if these exist. I am at this point merely willing to pay lip service to them, because I can hardly imagine a man as complex as Mr. BenGurion. and with the Messianic vision of himself common to all great leaders, blithely surrendering his active role in history and voluntarily relinquishing all the power he commands in the process of torg. ing a nation The announcement two days alter his resignation that he had succumbed to the pressure of his stunned Mapai Party, and that he would after all retain his seat in the Parliament, is I think sufficient cause, if not to abandon ihe speculation about Mr. Ben Gunon's health, at least to doungrade it in favor of more complicated explanations bsfittisg a very comp'ioted man. And the truth is that there BIS many oilier reasons— indeed far better ones. -:• -:• •:MAPAI VOriM SUPPORT HUUT A PPEARANCES ARE DECEIVING in Israel Speak to an, 0 | i variety of voters representing a cross-section of the count economical!} or socially, and you will find a %  ollVcOastSsSSa' "Herutnik." Judging by my samplings of opinion. I might easily have eluded that Herut representthe dominant political posture of the country. But carefully tabulated stauattCS, culled by the many parties themselve-. each unreali>tically jealous of its fraction?! pov an show otherwise; in fact, they indicate thai Herut representBD0UI percent of the total national ballot Thus, while many voters will, in almost challenging tones, identify themselves as Herut sympathizers, when the chips are dOWB they support Mapai. The r asons for such faithless affiliation are varied; they run the gamut from suspicion of Herut Party Chief Menacbem Beigin's alleged tendencies toward Fascism to a healthy and frank respect for the fantastic progress achieved under Ben Gurion and Mapai. In this sense, the country*, like most others, tends to vote according to the best interests of its satisfied stomach and increasing affluence. But if the "Fascism" of Menachem Beigin is suspect, a good deal of the militant political philosophy motivating him %  MBl to have captured the imagination of a significant sector of Israel population Hence the paradox of voter spiritual affiliation and voter performance. Hence, also, the recurrent undertow of ange directed against Mr. Ben-Gurion. personally, who is a continuing ot ject of political anguish and scorn, but who dare not be turned out of office lest the gains he has wresied for the naticn fall by tin wayside. •:• -:-:• CfJTMAN QUtSTION TO THf FOfff COME OF THE fascination Israelis experience with respei: • Herut philosophy stems from the party's cavalier swaRger. For a people beleaguered on all s'des by aggressive Arab neighbors and, at least on the record, protected by a I'N Emergency Force at G and a Mixed Armistice post at Tiberias, it inflates the spirit to pa) provisional heed to political leaders who demand an end to United Nations "intrusion" and "meddling." The militance of Herut is its heritage from the days of the British Mandate and the underground. Daring thus characterizes the party today, long after it has had its last opportunity to snow any. except by way of being critical of Mr. Ben Gurion. Part of the mill tance recently has manifested itself in an overwhelming critical at tack against the German policies of Mapai. This is a tremendou-i> touchy question in Israel, which came to the fore during the visit of Franz Josef Strauss. The Herut criticism is largely opportunistic; and deeply seated in the political intelligence of most Israelis is the realistic recognition that liaison with Germany can be nothing but favorable to the besl interests of the country from just about every point of view Be sides, what about reparations and personal restitution? Isn't schizophrenic to take German money in the form of compensation fo the losses sustained during the Nazi era while insisting upon a tota bar to diplomatic relations? Tftf UGLY sVARHCAB Of NUCllAK CAfABIUTY THE HERUT CRITICISM is nevertheless telling, and has struck particularly rich pay dii. since the announcement that German scientists are working on missile projects in Egypt. The Ben-Gunor invitation to Franz Josef Strauss, in the face of all of this, predict ably stirred a hornet's nest. The reasons for the invitation, like the reasons behind Mr. Ben-Gunon's resignation, are still largely speculative. But if I am to judge by the atmosphere of the country several weeks ago, as well as by the few words I traded with Mr. Strassin Haifa, I must reject such notions as protocol or the European Com mon Market—all popularly advanced by way of explanation. My o*> impulses tend toward Israel's very active nuclear research at variety of centers ihroughout the land. Germany may not need Israeli brainpower—for Germany's scientific capability is probabl* the best in the world today; nor does Europe's most afftaent nation need money, which could hardly be found in attractive quantities in Israel under any circumstances. But Germany is very much in need of a center for nuclear research in the field of weaponry—something denied her by ihe terms of her unconditional surrender. Certainly, France and DeGaulk have demonstrated to Bonn's unhappiness the added prestige of nu clear capability, however modest the capability may be; while BrK aln. for her part, proved in the Polaris controversy the bitter fruits of succumbing to a US-dominated atomic NATO command. "there is substance to these speculations, why should Israel have submitted. Part of the answer may lie in the missile scientist* to Egypt themselves. Admittedly of inferior calibre, they nevertheless A* Continued on Pat* 5 A -J



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— -*_ /"day, June 28. 1963 ftt v -f: norSdmn Vrrna Q.R Page 7-B arming lu y ours i £M Zi TEMPLE Mcnorah Sisterhood held a card party Sunday evening at the Martinique Hotel as the first in a series planned for the summer months. Chairman of the evening was Mrs. Milton Singer in a sleeveless white sheath with narrow vertical pleating on the entire W dress. Her co-chairman was Mrs Essie Wolf, who chose a blush pink cotton shirtwaist with a mitching sweater. Mrs. Irving Wechsler's silk print sheath was in turquoise and white. Her dress featured a striking portrait neckline. A black cotton sheath was the choice of Mrs. Rose Schienfcld. Mrs Louis Suchman wore a jersey sheath which featured a geometric print in muted olive and gold, and had a hi^h rounded neckline. B LACK and white was the color combination worn by Mrs. Sally Kurman. Her silk print sheath had an abstract print in black and white and was topped with a black mohair sweater, which was cut in the chanel style. Mrs. William Pauline's sheath was in royal blue with a white panel inserted down the front from the neckline to the hemline. The white was embroidered with white silk thread in tinSchiffle motif, and the fabric was a silk and cotton blend. Mrs. Richard Schwartz wore an eyelette shift in the palest of | pink. Blue and green on white j in a floral motif was worn by j Mrs. Sam Schiffman. Her bodice was fitted with a low neckline, and her skirt was full. 3 f> lulRS. Margaret Blistein chose %  an orange-colored dacron shift with a high neckline and split skirt. Mrs. Winnie Wcinstein wore a pastel pink cotton chiffon with a shirred bodice and full skirt. A matching sweater completed her ensemble. An unusual print in red and orange which had a definite vertical effect was worn by Mrs. Benjamin Koff. Her sheath was in cotton and featured its own red sweater. Miss Cooke Weds Dr. Chas. Zahler Linda Louis Cooke and Dr. Charles Gary Zahler were married Saturday evening June 22, at the Carillon Hotel. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cooke, 854 W. 47th St., the bride •s a graduate of Emory University. She served as president of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, vice president of Women's Honor Organization and of Phi Sigma Iota, .'.nd was a member of Kappa Delta Epsilon. Dr. Zahler graduated from the University and Medical College of South Carolina, and will intern at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and Phi Beta Kappa. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zahler, of Columbia, S.C. Attending the bride were Miss Barbara Cooke and Mrs. Sanford Zahler, maid and matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Lynda Zweben, Judi Loeb, Susan Carpel and Doris Applebaum. The newlyweds will live at 44 Antilla Ave. ~m<£ Private Rites For Carmels A private ceremony in Miami on Wednesday. June 12. united Mrs. Frances Goldstein and jack Carmel. The bridegroom is president of American International Alum. Co.. and serves as president of Architectural Alum. Assoc. of Fla. Members of the wedding party included the bride's motiier, Mrs. E. Lever, formerly of England, and Mrs. Rachel Carinel. of Israel. E. Allen Becker MRS. CHARLES ZAHUR Hugo Fiorato At Beach Audit. Conductor Hugo Fiorato. of the j New York City Ballet Company.' will be guest artist for the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra's fourth Pop" .-oncert ol the season on Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium. The opening section of the program will feature suth orchestral compositions as Glinka's "Russian and Ludmilla," Borodin's "In the Steppes of Central Asia," and selections from Glazounov's "Raymonda." Works to be heard on the closing portion of the program include Chabrier's "Espana," Johann Strauss' "Blue Danube," and Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever." Fiorato, returning fel nis fiftli successive year as guest maestro at the Miami Beach "Pops." is •>ne of the nation's foremost conductors of ballet. In addition to (•.reeling the New York City Ballet Orchestra, he has conducted the NBC Symphony of the Air, Lewisohn Stadium Symphony. National Symphony in Washington, in. Chicago Symphony. Bolshoi Orchestra in Russia, and most of the leading .orchestras in Europe and Japan. Temple Beth Am Tour Following a "Welcome Neighbor" service at Temple Beth Am on Fridav evening, worshippers will be taken on a conducted tour ol the new facilities at the Temple. Emanu-EI Men Appoint Key Committee Units Appointment of key committees* for 1963-64 of the Temple EmanuEl Brotherhood were announced Wednesday by Michael Sossin, president. Named as program chairman is Harold Segal. Committee members include Joseph Abelow, 0. J. Rosenstrauch, Charles Rosenblatt, .Albert Ossip, Charles Weinberg and Martin Borkan. Appointed as membership chair* ifl'S 'J Joseph CufcAfl. Vice chairmen are Benjamin Cypen and Col. Milton Blum. Committee members are Allen Goldberg, Judge Milton Feller, Simon E. Rubin and Irving Reichelle. Ben Zion Ginsburg was appointed as synagogue activities chairman, with Judge Cypen, Irving Srh.it/ni.iii, Irving Firtel and Dr. Michael Horwitz. Heading the adult Jevish studies as chairman is Leon Epstein, with Dr. Herman Mechlowitz and Charles Yavcrs as committee members. Ways and means committee is headed by Simon Rubin. Committee members are Samuel Seltzer, Cypen and Al Zablo. The hospitality and reception committee chairman is O. J. Rosenstraugh, with David Samelson, Herman Laks, Schatzman, Leonard Glickman. Fred Stein and Ossip as committee members. Gerald Schwartz was appointed as publicity chairman, with Ted Cohen as co-chairman. Sidney Raymond was named as chairman of the telephone and atj tendance committee, with Jules i P. Channing, Reichelle, Blum. 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Pacre 12-7v • in* idh flnrirfrim Friday. June 29 3: **^ The Africans By MAX LERNER Paris— The sinking fact about ihe recent conference of the 30 African heads of state al Addis Ababa was not the unity they achieved ithey didn't) but the remarkable nature of the men who have so quickly emerged as national leaders. Most of these men have come into power in the last decade, some in the last ti\e years. Many of them are still in their early thirties and a tew in their forties At an age when their fathers were still in the ou>h and jungle villages and their white contemporaries in America are selling insurance or stocks or cars. these men are discussing and disposing of the destinies of nations I have in mind Sekou Toure. Julius Nyerere. Kuame Nikmmah. Modibo Kelta. Ben Bella, and among the older men. Senghor and Bour -uiba. Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and Houphouet Boi.-ny. And. not least, the eldest and perhaps the wisest of all—Haile Stiassie of Ethiopia. It is a list that would compare well with a meeting of Asian. Latin American or even European heads of state, and would be distinguished alongside a conference of American governor*. • • • I don't know what this does to the various theories of the origin ot races and the qualities of racial differences which anthropologists like Carleton Coon have been proposing I suspect that it plays havoc with them. Certainly it gives the li>' to the white supremacists in the American South, and to their apologists in the academies, who have been preaching that there is a wide gap. The real distance is not between the white and colored elites but inside the African countries hemselves, between the educated elites and the mass of people. In trying io describe this I think of a phrase from Nietzsche—•'the pathos oi distance." The African leaders come from a tiny group in each country. The people over whom they rule are In many cast-.still tribal, still steeped in magic. Still illiterate. with only the vaguest notions of the sophisticated problems that their leaders at Addis Ababa were wrestling with The educated middle class which forms the core oi European, American and even Soviet societies will not be found in the African societies Thus the real problem of African unity lies inside each African .-tale just as much abetween them There cannot be c unified Africa. For some time to come, even if the leaders succeed some ay in establishing a closer unirn than the new Organization ot African Unity, Africa will remain two Africas. I suspect that one reason whj the speeches at Addis Ababa thundered so consistently against Portuguese, Rhodesian and South African colonialism was thai this is one of the few issues on which A. 'ican leaders and masses talk .i common language. I have no doubt that the las. remnantof white colonialism in Africa will go. probably in our generation. Ben Bella's we must all die a little." in the liberation war lot Angola and the other Mill uniiberated areas was a moving and understandable phrase. But mii'-h harder is the effort to bridge the distance inside each country, including Ben Bella's, between the party he.-, quarters and the village the council table and the jungle clearing I r backhill clump of shacks • • • On the issue of the kind of African union that was to be formed, the flamboyant style ot the ODen speeches gave way to mature Judgments in the behind-the-scein deliberations. Even Nasser was careful, as one of the Arab leaders, to leave a good impression with the Negro heads of state who formed the bulk of the group. He had reason to be careful because of the strong arm methods he has been using to compel Syria and Iraq—even by bloody attempts at a COUP —to join Egypt in an Arab union And Nkrumah, who favors the immediatefusion of the African nations in a close, unitary, overall state, was a lonely man who finally had to be content with the loose grouping as a first step. The victors in the struggle, if there were any. were the African states of French origin whose economic and cultural ties are still with France, and who didn't want Africa either to cut itself away from the West or to create a supranational state structure. In fact, it was de Gaulle's formula for Europe—l'Europe del>atries which was translated into Africans terms: an Atrique de patries. an Africa of fatherlands. De Gaulle has been Insisting that even in Europe with its long centuries of nationalism the time is not ripe for maving away from the nation-state as a unit to a super-Mate how much truer (he might argue) this is of Africa, whose member States have scarcely had a charce to explore their national identity. • • • I think that de Gaulle is right for the present about Africa, wrong about Europe. The African states are the products of revolutionary movements which were essentially identity revolutions. But each of them has a long road ahead before it can become a state which truly represents anything like the "hole people, and a long road also before it can establish a dialoque between the commanding elite and the mass of people. But Europe is in a differ "it phase The choice for Europe is not, at this moment, between a Europe of fatherlan. s on the one hand and a super-state on the oth.-r There are unities—the Common Mar ke: is one of them—which cut across national soverignties without wiping them out. I call this a transnational Europe, which is different from a supra-national Europe A common defense force could be achieved in the same way as a common market, and in time there could even arise a trans-national European executive body. For Africa these are long perspectives, but if Europe explores this transnational road fir-t it will not be long before the Africn states walk it. Senators Seek To Override Religion Ban Continued from Page 1-A orable side. Representatives) of the "main stream of Protestant thinking." whose views are reflected in the National Council of Churches, hailed the court ruling. For the most part Roman Catholics, viewed the ruling with alarm, however, an I conservative Protestants, members of small fundamentalist bodies or minority i groups in the large denominations, deplored it. Meanwhile, the United States Supreme Court directed the Florida State Supreme Court to re examine a case Involving religious practicein public schools. The issue dealt with a Florida religious census to determine the faith of students and their parents, a religious test for teachers, baccalaureate programs, com milsory Bible reading, and other point.-. Law suits to test the state religious role in education were instituted by Miami Jew.-. agnOSics, and Unitarians Jewish organizationhave noted another Supreme Court decision tinweek on a religious issue in which the Court voted 7 to 2 that South Carolina cannot deny unemployment benefits to a woman who was tired tor refusing to work on Saturday The woman was .i Seventh Day Adventisl who regarded Saturday as her Sabbath .!Jews do Justices Marian and While were the two dissenterFireworks Display Set for July 4 Over 25.000 people jammed Mi ami Beach's oceanfront Luramus Park last year to enioy a Julv 4 band concert and fireworkdisplay PI, .iited iiy Washington Federal This year, the savings and loan association will again sponsor the fireworkdisplay. Starting at 5 p.m., on Thursday. July 4. at the Miami l'.eaeh 10th SI Lifeguard Station, there will be a band concert under the direction ot Maestro Irving Pietrack. 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.*#..### % %  #' / <^ociettf Salomon Vows At Ematw-EI Claudia Bobianne Bialolcnki and Hubert Paul Salomon exchanged narriage vows in a traditional i-an.'lelight ceremony at Temple Kmanu-El on Sunday. June 23. Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at the evening nuptials. For her wedding, the bride chose rhantitly lace, full-skirted gown ith front of tulle edged m nat•. ral chantilly scallops. It featurid a sabrina neckline jewelled in ;>earls, long point-to-finger sleeves ..nd an overskirt of chantilly lace ending in a sweeping train. She carried her mother's conurmation prayer book, with a heart-shaped lace cover and ivory cymbidium orchids, lily-of-the-val• %  > %  and feathered white carnaiions in ivory satin streamers. The bri,'e's sisters. Elandra E. iiialolenki and Pamela S. Bialoenki, served as maid of honor and miior bridesmaid. Otht-r attcndanti were Leslie Zebitz, Bonnie Preidman, Sandra Rocheile Weinberg, Charlene Tammy Newman, ilower girls, and Doi'glas Ganson, ihg-bearer Daughter of Prof and Mrs An n S. Bialolenki. 520 E. DiLido Dr.. the bride is a graduate ol Emory University, where she served as managing editor of the ."ampusYearbook, and on the House Council. Her sororities are Alpha Epsilon Phi. social, and Pi Delta Epsilon. honorary. Now serving in the Air Force. ;he bridegroom attended Emory University, where he was a member ot Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. w 11 ii' r-Kuhn MRS. ROBIRT SALOMON \\, r ii. : -Kahn MRS. joRGt mmczi Knesset Rejects Motion to Air Soviet Proposal on Nuclear Ban JERUSALEM UTAi Isoutlaw. Peau de Soie For Miss Kaplan A noon wedding on Sunday. June 23 united Lea Kaplan and Jorge Ferenczi. Held at the Barcelona Hotel where a reception and din ner followed, the ceremony was conducted by Rabbi Morton Ma lav-sky. The traditional floor length bridal gown of white pure silk peau de -me featured reembroidored beaded alencon lace encrusted with seed pearls and paillettes, and was styled with a fitted bod ice. bell-shaped skirt and long cathedral train. The bride carried her confirmation Bible covered with white orchids, carnations and lily-of the v alley Maid of honor was Miss Esther Kaplan, the brides Bister. Ofelia Abramchik and Bertha Sherman were bridesmaids. Carol Eton served a> flower girl, and Ifoises Stilerman was ringbearer. Son of Mrv Klara Ferenczi. ol New York City, and the late Oscar Ferencsi, the bridegroom had Isaac Sherman as besl man. A %  xtile engineer now associ ited v ith Reeves Bros Inc ol New York, he i> s graduate ol River side Military Academ) and the Universitj ol North Carolina Representative ol the Aliyah Department ol the Jewish Agencj in Miami, the bride attended the National School of Advertising and public Relations ol Havana, Cuba, and the University ot Havana Daughter of Mr. and Mrs send er M. Kaplan. 1205 Marseille Dr.. the bride's father is the former I Honorary Consul of Israel to Cuba. i He was editor and director of : the Jewish newspaper. "Vida Habanera." and served as presluduy, June IMJ gf^M MV Card Party Saturday N I Annual card party of the N,,,,., j. Shore Post and Ladies' Auxilian Jewish War Veterans, is scheduled for Saturday evening at the Bel Aire Hotel. Funds raised are matted, ftP veterans halnlaction. Post commander is Ben Maker* man. Mrs. Sol Spielberg is pre* ident of the Auxiliary. Zamora Swim Luncheon A swim luncheon and card par. ty was held at the home ot Mrs Ann Goldberg. 3660 SW 18th Ter.| iast week for members of Tern' pie Zamora Sisterhood. Co hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Benjamin Cohen, Mrs. Stanley Silvern, Mrs. Israel KUSSIHT and Mrs Michael Fiedler. will enjoy the real Mark a IT -r* ind aacit-nf SheltOfi lowers r •••t Enst Side locotion midw.y bM Wf—W UnHad Nation or Rcdcofa] r Center; i\z-.* liami Beach businessman, is former surgical resident at Civic president ol the Biscayne DemoHospital, Detroit. Mich., the fir-t i ratic Club toot hospital formed in the U.S. FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA MISNASSAU Sailing Every Tuesday and Friday 4:45 PM Visitors welcome aboard 3 to 4 PM ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS *54 or'59 50 CELUXE BEDROOMS AN0 SUITES AVAILABLE So much for so little! The S/S Florida is your Floating Hotel. All outside, seaview staterooms. 2 lull lenfth promenade sun-decks; tree deck chairs. 8 delicious meals. 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Friday. June 23. 1963 §f m m m SAYINGS OF FATHERS Ya :. | }8, ''" ; l "" fulfill Ins dlU) • on Su-Ao: ,. • fl |j /our Mlmm • arr bed -... bv ,„, Mm( re*jem Irxwl Cd b, r.-aVcmrd • Va:l;it. t88h. TJi* fin branch is like the spme; tne „ y ~j. „ ^ ffce ^ the K/.J.ouM IiJft the muutli; and %  thr fltMg „ K-; ;.|, far[ W r h all : %  thy Jim bi pro:** G.'d. • .. Fei-iltta 8-:'-*r. p. 189a. Gtxi eeyj ao r..-jW. "My ions, reside 4TI the tuhj^ah for uvtn days so that •,<• May r;member the miracles unich J d:.i for you m the desert. Mareot er. 1 destrve [his at your k*nds. for I< gar* vou S U J^ 0 | m which U> dwfU amid the desert. 1 also say' Tai(e unto you the Lulab and u-dir u be/ore Me. I hai-e deserted AM a: your hands. for i June O aM U td rue mountains to shaV be/ore >,.:.. j>id in the /u4) '""'. / JMII J;., CWUN the mounWins and the KliJ* j caper and to Irnj before ) iu l 1 •''- %  • •• %  .. %  •! %  „ %  > ., :: _,.;-: „Leating Reform Rabbi Dead Dim YORK-'JTAi — Dr. Felix A. Levy, long-time American Re-" form leafier ud president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis from 1188 to 1937, died of a heart attack at his home in New York &L the ae of 78. A member of the executive bOMd of the Zionist Organization of America, Dr. Levy was a founder and president ol thAcademy of Higher Jewish Learning. He a as ordained at Hebrew Union Csllegt in Cincinnati in 1807. Ik" served as a rabbi in Roche* M. NY and Chicago until, his retirement in 1955. f jnds for Arab Center !" TORONTO—iJTAl—An official of the Israel Young Men's Christian Association announced here thai two Toronto Jewish leaders will have kt y posts on a committee seeking to raise S425.000 to help build a recreation and rehabilita tion eenter in Naiareth for Israeli Arabs. -•Funmt for Church-Run Colleges WASHINGTON (JTA) — The imerican Jewish Congress testi ied here against Federal funds foi church-operated colleges and Vniversities. as well as for ele-I mentary and hinh schools. "We ee no distinction between a pachial school or an institution of ?r learning if both are conrolled and maintained by relig us bodies." Leo Pfeffer, general Buns-M of the Jewish group, told I hearing of the Senate Sub-Corn|ith • in Education here. Jab*., Opposes Erasing Swastikas I'dWTO —(oTA)— A Toronti bin u Id hf that swastikas tared on synagogues and othei Han bttlltflngs in the Toronto should be left untouched on [buddings as a public reminder there were still individuals in city filled with "hatred, derity and perversion." Rabbi •in .srhild. of Adath Israel, said iwaftikas and atltVSemitic sloBJH aid be allowed to remain police caught the culprits. He Ended that the smearings were mark of shame for Toronto but rather "marks of ie fcr the community in gen* Jmrlsti noiradliiaiin &n \Jhe IKea/i Where Laws Fail Page 9-A Of\M Men, layni s rCcligious JL^ife They Must be Abandoned By RABBI HERMAN M. COHEN Miami Be-ach Rabbi Emeritus, Temple of Aareo Congregation. 5. Paul, Minn. The opening chapter of the Scriptural reading for this Sabbath (Numb. Chap. 19) presents one of the most mysterious and unfathomable ordinances in the entire code of Mosaic law. It deals with the process of ritual cleansing for the Jewish person who comes in contact with a corpse. The process consists of sprinkling (resh water mixed with the ashes of a red heifer upon the unclean person, on the third day and on Ihe seventh day. Remarkably enough, those engaged in slaughu-ring and burning the red cow, ;is well as the person who sprinkles the cleansing water, become defiled themselves. This entire ordinance has baffled the intelligence of all who studied it Our lages gave up hope of ever pene (rating this mystery. In despera ion. they referred to it as a "Hok. a law which God had ordained, and which man is not permitted to investigate. Yet. according to the Torah. it is a "Hukat Olam" (Verse 21). a law for all times. Isn't it strange that precisely this law has become obsolete and inoperative for nearly 2.000 years, not withstanding the fact that it carries the stamp ol approval of God Himself, as His irrevocable decree 0 How did the reverent and masterful scholars and codifiers of Talmudic times have the temerity to abolish the institution of the "Red Heifer?" It seems to me that the fn.ners of Jewish law were often confronted with the realistic situation that some Biblical laws were not enforceable in theii literal connotation. After all, even laws that are ordained by God must be acceptable to the people. Otherwise, they tall into disuse and become inoperative. In this category, we find See vices I Mr, and Mrs. Ruben tdela. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Prtflay vl". p.m. Efermon: "The Meaning --I Hi. M.zuzah." Haturdaj 9 a.m. BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. e — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Frlria) -•::!" p.m. Salurdu> N :;'• a.m. v run.ii "Klack i-ii \viiiiBETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. l'Yiila> ii 30 p.m. S.ilurihiv vl". :i m 3:30 p.m. Diecuiwlon: "Ethk-a ol Our I.uli,-i a." BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krie|er. secretary. e BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday 6:46 p.m. Saturday B:S9 a.m. Sermon: "The Man In is." u p.m. j "KtUlrs of nur Fathers." GEMS OF WISDOM .Since f rayxt-if ttand in need of %  Gods pity. / have granted n %  amnesty to all my enemies. Ham. i • God U'dl pardon — that'* His bwnieai. —i "!-j I* • \V/n urcn^e.s .vufojues one. who forgives rules over two. — I. HUR.WITS. The lnx/ievi and most difficult i>/ all moral lessons to forgive ilio.sewe havt in;ured. Pur.i.Ki I pray Thee %  people. I I A. 1)11 the iiiii|!ii:\ N r M i us God f i e s ,S:>:N unmftted against Him, bur offenses agalitsi man musl hiforgiven b\ die m|Ured person TA1 MID He who forgives uill himself be forgiven. KABA. • i name BETH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th awe. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachenbaum. Friday 6:1a p.m. Baturdny B:4S a.m. Bar Mirzvah: N>II. sun of Mr. and .Mrs Milliard .Martin: Robert, eon Of the law of "Ben Sorer Umoreh. the disloyal and defiant son for whom; Mr. and Mra. Milton l-iuatln. the Bible decrees the death penalty; the "Lex Talionis." B0 eye for an eye; the numerous ritual piohibitions for which the Bible prescribes the death penalty. The Rabbis, in good conscience, could not accept these laws literally, and so they interpreted them in a manner which made them inoperative in a literal sense The same applied to the process of ritual cleansing by means of tiie ashes of the Red Heifer. This legal atrophy has also been applied to Biblical laws pertaining to the execution of witches, shaving, animal sacrifices, Gentile wine, special regulations governing the Priestly clan, etc. Literamesi often becomes a barrier to practical application, and the law becomes a dead letter Such laws must then be reinterpreted, or be allowed to f:ill into disuse. This page is prepared in cooperation u-ith the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. IABBI MAX A. LIPSCHtTZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIN Gems of Wisdom CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel, Friday s:l". p.m. Sermon: "A Portrah of the Keif. Saiurclas v:;n a.m. Bernion: "Portion of the Week." Bar Httavah: Rodd, sun of Mr. and Mrs Robert Hinser. Mincha 6:30 p.m. liar Mltavah: i-aul. sou of Mr. und .Mrs. William MaiinlneT, By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX '" — J Why do lom Jew relax certain restrictions on the last day of thePassover Holiday? This is a most misunderstood phenomenon. Basically, all the law! and restrictions that apply to the eating of Chamctz (leavening) during the first seven days of the Passover holiday apply just a-, stringently to the last day of p issover There are sumo Jews, M % % %  however, who are exceptionally strict on the first seven days of the jast day of p assov er in the the Passover regarding such things Synajogue? as eating cooked or soaked MatMedieval authorities (Levush) %  OH products, or about eating only c i a j m lna t Yizkor is recited on the what is called "Matzoh Shmurah" | nst day 0 f Passover, the last day (whose grain has been under surol sbavuoth and the last day of TEMPLE BETH^AM.MSOMN. voillance since it was cut. instead: s ucco u, because the Torah read Herbert Baumgard. cantor Of only since it was milled). ing of those three days finishes by' ri .ft i dner :,, l „ „, S ^ M „„,. % %  „,. These Jews (some of tbem only) reading the verse "Every man such excessive restrictions | shall give as he is able, accordFLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Frirtas !:::<• p.m. Salnrilas '.' a.m. Bar Mltavah: Itobvrt, eon o( Mr. and Mrs Loula Lopatln. Mincha B:3o p.m. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. e • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. e -— HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 556 W. 49th St., Hialeah Reform. # — ISRAELITE CENTER 2175 SW 25th St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Prlduy B:l'i p.m. Saiunlas s::;n a.m. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • — M1NYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. e OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. I'riilav 8:13 p.m. I'ulpil Kinst: Rablii Mtcbai-I Uoulaton, uf Mamotkeater. LiiKi.uui. Saturday m:*5 a.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. 1-Yiilay S::in p.m. Glieai npeaker. Judd Mori, pii-iilini ol the Congregation. Ones .Shilil.ai boated by Sisterhood Saturday 9:30 a.m. Ymuii aervlcea. TEMPLE EMrNU-EL, 1701 Washington ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving LehrmatCantor Hirah Adler. Friday •> p.m. Saiunlas' :i a.m. liar Mltavah: Allan, HUH of Mr. and Mrs. Juok As net: Steven, sun ol Mr. anil Mis. I., II Rokeach. Minrlla 7 |i.iu K.M Mil/.v.ili: l.airs. sun uf Mis. Sara Asi.ii TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 1th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. e • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. I'riilas R:i5 p.m. Sermon: "The Cons. ralon of Rabbi Tarr." • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. e —— TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Friday B:la p.m. fetermon: "How t. Enjoy a Vac-ntlon." Saturday n a.m Ihtr Mltavah: Glen, son of Mr. ami Mi.-. Siilii, s Kas TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. •SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th T EMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. a" C^naervatiee Rabbi Maurice Rbb. Her.ch.l Brooks. Cantor Ben Klein. l-iiilas S:i5 p.m. Sermon: "Tins Four 1025' Kinil"I Jewish l.a\s." Saturday 8:45 liiion: "What is I'urrls "" Dickson. .las -I TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. n.qi £,? BTraer E C PU "" *"*"' \ TEMPLE ZION. '5720 SW 17th at. Morris Berger. ^ Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. Kendall man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Rabbi S.tuinlas !i a.in. Sermon: "1-a.ws anil Charles M.IUH..-. Bar Mltavah: I'aul. s..n of Mr. and Mra. ll-riiian QrecnfleJd. ontLlasTr^onhWaisov-eMo ing to" the blessing of the Lord. to pledge tntniKi you have to tak'*WT anal hamtSat you find it; 'tn.t fortunatfly. i can cfioosr ftie-.ds. —SCHNlTZLr.R. I e tfir bite of a friend than si of a-, enemy. — osi ALEICHCM. • fsWatp one heart in two —AZB2RA. restrictions were aumed"as only I thee." (Deut. U-.m. Since it was restricuoii^ no I therefore customary personal ac o p.U> and m ^ dead ^ way cast reflections on the res, o. ^ ^ ^^ SoKveZm 01 ffrjr^lSSS M made in the, meming that some •JE^^^Tte, are some who claim that even these "J ,on SJJJJ (Jtf souls of all the deceased would apply to the last da> J^TJ J ^^ in the temple of old as well s'nee their relaxation ^> fcdj„i, since it wa. some i.e. those who ^<£ sucfl ^^^ that every man them) led to !" ££ ^ \ unite d himself with his history elusion on the part ot •MlHi *"" __, _.,,, kic anntultnrs Taitinc began to feel that the iast day of the Passover is not as important as the first seven days. • e Why re stmW t*rayer for the dead (Yrikwr) recited during and with bis ancestors. Taking leave of the festival thus meant again taking leave of the deceased .and thus charity was pledged for their departed souls as it was when leave was first taken of them at their demise. Kodner. Prlilas 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Happy Thoua* "<> Vacation." Saturday 11:1* a in. Bar Mitxvah: Jonnthon, s..n ,il Mr. anil Mra. I^e Hurls. Mark, a f Dr. and Mra Irwln Mi.isi-. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabtti Samuel Jafle. • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morria S*op. Canter Herman Gottlieb. Frldav RU5 p.m. ehrmon: "< >ur Lst garvlce In Suniland Hall." Saturday 10:30 a.m. St-rmon: "A People of Lavt-a." TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HoMy. wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendeiowitx. Cantor Ernest Steiner. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 37 NE 1S7th 9*. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. l-ridav S:30 p.m. Sormon: "worablp and 1 ; h-il.)


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Page 6-A MfWfoft rlvridfian Friday, June 23. 1363 Rabbi Mordecai Podet installed officers and board of Temple Judea Men's Club at a recent service. Left to right are Dr. Elias Kogan, second vice president, Hy Lipson, Maurice Waldorf, Sidney Richman, secretary, Albert Jacobson. president, Rabbi Podet, Leo Katz, Harold Barkowitz, Charles Adler, Mort Zimmerman, first vice president, Albert Kronowitz, and Charles Rosenberg, past president. Not shown are Abraham Stein, treasurer, Ellis Robins, Oscar Evans, Tilden Corenblum, Robert Rosen. Harold Jaffer, and Leonard Kalish. Continued from Pago 1 A demand that all peace loving countries should endeavor to the limit of their capacity and influence, dissuade the Arab rulers from following in the path of aggression and military adventure and to bring ihem to the realization that direct negotiations between Israel and the Arab countries are the onlyway to achieve peace, or progress toward it." he declared. Mr. Eshkol told the deputies that as long as the Arab countries maintain an aggressive policy and continue to stockpile modern types of offensive weapons designed for the destruction of Israel, "we must maintain constant security pre' pnrednoss. A strong Israel is a !.aarantee for the prevention of war in the Midlc Kast." He reiterated Israel's wish to achieve a general disarmament with the Arab states and said that a special duty rests on the powers | to ensure that an arms imbalance is not created to Israels detriment and to the advantage of those threatening to attack her. After stating that the Government's first priority will be given to strengthening security, Mr. Eshkol said that the Government's economic policy will be geared to encouraging all branches of endeavor that increase foreign currency income and productive employment, shipping, aviation, tourism and finance. Describing the partnership between Israel and the Diaspora as unparalleled in history, he said efforts must be made to transform the material partnership of West crn Jewry into a spiritual one. I While the Government will make en all out effort to absorb immigranta of distress, it will also en-' Face-Lifting At Emanu-EI Joseph M. Lipton. president of Temple Kmanu-EI. announces that •t.rting July 1 the interior of the Sanctuary will be dismantled to prepare for the remodeling which has been scheduled for the summer months. The face-lifting has been spearbeaded by the Temple Sisterhood, BANQUET FACILITIES CATERING WITH HAWAIIAN SHOW PIUS DANCING jSoiktt '1 POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT & GARDENS U.S. I—SOUTH OF HOLLYWOOD CIRCLE MIAMI Fl l-MTI FT. LAUD.-HIYWD. VA 3 2421 under the direction of Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president when the project was launched, and who is now co-chairman. Emil Morton is chairman of the redecoration committee, and Architect Morris Lapidus is responsible for the new plans of the Sanctuary. As part of the renovation, 24 stained-glass windows, designed by the internationally-known syn••-I'nue and church artist. Peril Pelzig. will be placed around the Temple dome. The windows are presently being allocated to mem' bers of the congregation to memi-rlalize dear departed, and will' remain a permanent tribute as long as the Temple stands. Farband Cruise Sunday Lcbodiker Branch of Farband has chartered the "Dream Boat" for a full-day cruise on Sunday, leaving 10 am.. Pier 5. Yacht" Basin. Some 250 members and friends of ihe branch are expected to participate. The Specialty of the Seville i. PREFERRED HOTEL CATERING • WEOOtNGS • CONFIRMATIONS • LUNCHCONS • RECEPTIONS • MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000 10 NEWLY DECORATED KOSMEf* BANQUET ROOMS CATERING AVAILABLE Please CMII ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 HOTEL, eville OCEAN AT 29th STREET MIAMI BEACH affair, question.., deserves a fair answer!' / (BUT IT GETS A \ /. SUPERB ANSWER AT THE NEW EVERGLADESI) Simply phone Frederik at Pr 9 5461 (the New Everglades Catering Department)! Finest food in Miami! Finest service! Special arrangement* for groups of 12 to 2,000! OnI premises parking! ^ k y THE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL giscayna Blvd. 3rd St., Miami Belonging vs. Exile' Theme Of AJCong. Dialogue in Israel 2 New Cabinet to Follow Gurion Policy courage immigration from the •prosperous countries, he said. Mr. Eshkol indicated that the %  n ew Government is 0|>en to other j parties wishing to join the coalition on the basis of the national and social principles outlined. He said Israel society was still in the pro cess of creation and pressures from without and within were great. "Our security, economic and social stability, cultural standards and values are still in a state of flux." he stated. "In these circumstances, every individual and every group making demands must see not only their own particular demands, but also the needs of the community." The Government, he said, will work unremittiryjly to secure complete integration of Israel's Arab citizens in all spheres of life, will persevere to develop their economy, raise their stan| dard of living, foster education and improve the services they receive. Turning to foreign policy. Mr. Eshkol said the Government will strive for closer political and economic ties with all countries of the east and west in all continents that sincerely desire to cooperate and will continue to cooperate with the new states in Africa, Asia and Latin America who have won independence in recent years. Continued from Page 1-A of the large share they have in I the development of American self-identity. Other Americans, i while expressing sympathy with > Fiedler's proposal for a special role for Jews in the modern world, said they thought the goal could be achieved as integrated members of free societies rather than as "perpetual nonbelongers." Novelist Philip Roth said the ; Jewish role was that the Jew, should not be a victim out a dis-, senter in the affluent society. I He added that he did not consider himself a Jewish intellectual. David Boroff. an American author, said that the role of the Jew was to maintain a tension between being an outsider and having a commitment to the values of the society of which the particular Jew was a member. Concern that • he Iw lewj-h brains in Amirica are x; p^rt u( the organized Jewish co rununitj was voiced by Edwir. Wolf o! Philadelphia, president of the National Foundation of J>1.1 rjultore in the United St-.'", The. American Jewish leader criticized Jewish artist> and thinker* "taking the easy way out of Judaism." He told the assembler of American and I>raeli leaders thai Jewish intellectuals "who do not like what they j-ee of Judaism in organized formhave shown no e'esire to seek the endjnn a val. ues that lie beneath." "National ami local leaders "f American Jewry are living m .,n atmosphere of the mo.I dollars speaking the loudest regardless ol what is spoken." he acded. commenting wryly ;hat he h id expect id "to find [srif] a country of memorial plaques to which were ittachcd buildings and ti *„ your next affair uith a uvnderful choice of Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A Mt standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed beddings... confirmation*, luncheons, business mectingi... ranging from 10 to 1000. JNaVor A Stunning 2400 Acre Gauntry Club Setting In Miami DORAL COUNTRY CLUB True plushnes> a country dab setting. 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