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' eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and Tfff JEWISH WttKLY :me 36 — Number 27 Miami. Florida, Friday. July 5, 1963 Two Set uons apai 'Young Set' Slaps Old Guard iNew Israel \ Cabinet Now |ln Operation IERI SALEM — — Is relftfe government in 15 ears i statehood ius sworn into • the Knesset. Israels far• headed by former FiMinister l.cvi F.shkol as Minister. It was ba.srd on lour party coalition as ihai its predecessor under D Curion. T Knesset approved the new • nl by a vote o( 64 to 43. IS membT Government the oath "f allegiance. goverl intent was then re1 President Sh nar. Prior to the confidence vofe, Pnme Minister Eshkol told the House that security wit and *ojld be the Government's pnme concern. He said tht Government would abide by tho Knesset resolution concerning Ves' German scientists working on advanced weapons tytam in Egypt, adding that verieve measures vm.ch could not now bo disclosed were underway. %  red ihat he s.iw a -i^n %  • M ern in the issue in private hills before • German Bunderstas: to ICO activities by tTMl 'i nationals abroad. He : irl lei backing the bUli • Bted an overwhelming Ij i ihi Knesst i bowei I T. illuhosts thai tin%  JContinued on Pa?e 5-A Gen. Dayan Resigns from Party Committee; Hints He May Quit Agricultural Ministry MR. DAYAN leads inserrtcfiea Ecumenical May Avoid Airing Of Anti Semitism %  BBI tMAHUll RAHMAN .. distorted imeet ATLANTIC CITY. NJ -JTAi— \ leading Jesuit theologian and authority "n the history and organisation of the Knman latholic Church was on record as stating that the Ecumenical Council bad i.ot adopter) a declaration COOdetnnini antl SemiUan out of fear •hat this statement of moral prill tiple WOOld be interpreted b> the Arab Mates, ai I pro Israel state* nient of political intentions. FT. Gusta* Wei-el. I'rofessor of Cccleaioiogj %  < Woodatoeh College, Hd and a corresponding editor of the Jesuit weekly America. -\ pressed his personal doubt that a statement condemning anti-Semitism would be mtn dmed when the sessions of the Ecumenical Council will txresumed on Sept 29. Fr. Weigel's disclosures were made late Saturday night in a give-and-take session with delegates to the National Community Relations Advisory Council following his formal address on patterns and currents within the American Catholic community. He stressed that Augustin Cardinal Bea. head of the Vatican Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unify, was interested in Jewish relations as well as Christian. He quoted the Cardinal, however, as stating that there were "obstacles" in the path of the Council declaration on antiSemitism. Kr Weigel dlacloaod thai •> us ,n. ii i.id been dratted by two Continued on Page 7-A JERUSALEM — (JTAi Efforts to bring about better understanding between the "young" leaders of the Mapai, Israel's Government Party, anil the older Uadership were made here following the submission by Gen. Moshe Dayan of his resignation from the Mapai Central Bureau which directs the party's policy. Members of the "Young Mapai" group, which is a minority in the Central Bureau, indicated that a number of others holding key positions in Mapai would be called upon to resign if the views of the younger leaders in Mapai continued to be ignored. Early this week. Mapai's Secretary Geni ral Iteuvcn Barkai met with Gen. Dayu in an attempt to persuade him to withdraw his resignation, prior to his leaving for a three•reek vacation. The "Young Mapai" group is said to have the support of Development Minister Yosef AIContinued on Page 2-A NEVER SUBMITTED TO CONCILIATION COMMISSION Senate Body Endorses Johnson Proposal on Arab Refugees WASHINGTON — (JTA) — A report generally endorsing the proposals foi repatriation or compensation of the Arab refugee.-., made by Dr Joseph E. Johnson. %  a special representative of the United Nations Palestine Concilia tion Commission, was presented to Congress by the Senate Subcommittee on Refugees and Escapees. The Johnson report was never submitted by the Pale-tine Conciliation Commission to the Unit ed Nations Assembly after it be came known that the Arabs ob j,t to its recommendations The Senate Subcommittee's report also noted that "religlOUt and political persecution save generated %  -leady flow of Jews from North Africa. Chairman Philip A. Hart. Michigan Democrat, did not go into details on thi subject of North African Jewry, but did elaborate on the status of Arab tefugees in countries surrounding Israel. Citirg "the growing weariness in many quarters over the seemingly endless custodial nature of the program of the United Natiorvs Relief *nd Works Agency, Continued on Page 3 A NCRAC Presses Adoption Of JFK's Rights Program ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (JTA)— The National Community Relations Advisory Council concluded its an nual plenarj session here by ap pealing to American Jews "to re affirm our wholehearted participa tion in the current struggle for hu lean rights" and to give full sup port to the light the American N" ;I-.I is making tor equality i\ national orizatfa us th.' NCRAC declared thai our Jewish heritage and our common humanity" impel Jews to a renewed commitment to do cry thing poss'ble to secure 'immediate justice and full citizenship rights for all Americans everywhere The resolution admonished American Jews to "eliminate any vestige* of discrimination in our own institutions and to strive to make them exemplars of equal opportunity." It called for "direct involvement" by all components o' the NCRAC "in the struggle to make America completely free." In a parallel resolution, th. | arj si ssiog called on the Unit States Congress to enact tht i i propos ed bj Pres L" idenl Kenedj "without delaj %  %  -Continued on Page 6-A GOTTllfB HAMMIS witness Senate Group in Examination Of Jewish Agency Activity Here WASHINGTON (JTA) The Senate Foreign Relations Committee continued this week .i i inquiry on the activities of the Jewish Agency. Sen. J William I ulbnght. Arkansas Demoi chairman of the committee, idi rit'fied a w itness as Gottlieb Hi n-er. of New York, former!) an Orthodox Rabbinic Body Deplores Secularism I FALLSBURG. NY. T i The need to deal with the • ol "the evils of monoculariflH on American col 1 campusskB M by providing Jew-li student! with "a well formu%  1 significant body of rehitnnes' was emphasized h*re tins week by Rabbi Israel first vice president ol the al Council of America. at the 27th annual convention of the Orthodox rabbinical group. Kabbi Miller noted thst two out el three Jewish youoK men and Aoinen in this country were in college Youth will in time take over power and leadership, and "an ill prepared group of Jewish l.ad.r would be a hindrance to the progress sn.l growth of the American Jewish community, he said. He added it was the "solemn duty and obligation" of the religious community to meet the I roblem "with a well-defined program of religious education, guid-' ance and instruction" for campus extra-curricular activities Another speaker assailed She positions taken by Amerisen Jewish intellectuals at the recent "dialogue" in Israel sponsored by tho American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Emanuet Rackman, a past president of the nbbinical group, said the dialogue hod made it "absolutely clear" that such intellectuals were "creating a distorted image Continued on Pago S-A officer : the New y< i k Section i :\.. j :-h Agenc) rati. Since April 19*0, Mr. Hammer has been executive vice chairman of the Jewish Agency, which is not a subject of this tv quiry. He was accompanied by the Agency's attorney, Maurice Bcukstein, of New York. The Senate commute* has for several months been eonottsjtbsjj a study Of the administrai.cn of the nits Registration Act 11 i.;8 Numerous registered ag'-nta have l>een qutvioned by the St ati committee, which is planning to recommend tddition;.] legislation. The Jewish Agency. Aim lean Section, is registerie under the law since It represents tt World Zioni-t Oganisalion and 'he Jewish Agency with fa bcadq arters in JenMtiem. Wtmn j afaSkTtoS 3-B of anKM at In rs. nd t



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Page 4-A *Jenisti fhridfiar} Friday, July 5. 1963 .. i.u.m "Jewish Floridian 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 MINDLIN Executive Editor 4ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Nasser's True Colors Emerge If the reports are accurate, then it is a fact that Russian technical experts are now arriving in droves in Egypt, along with Made-in-the-Soviet Union mis siles and other anti-aircraft weapons. This also means that Nasser has at least four launching sites eguipped by the Russians. For Israel, the London Daily Telegraph report can only add up to a lot of grief. Israel's chief hope to contain Egyptian aggressive designs lay, at least for the moment, in her superior Air Force, recently beefed up by the expensive addition of Frenchmade Mirage fighters. With the dilemma of the German scientists still heavy upon her shoulders, Israel must now reckon in terms of this latest bad news. But what does it mean for the U.S. — particularly for our State Department? In Washington, it means proof positive of the abysmal failure of the Administration's policy in the Middle East. Secretary of State Dean Rusk appeared before a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing only last week, where he vigorously defended our continuing aid to Egypt, and pointed to the "weaning away" of Nasser from his erstwhile Muscovite inclinations as an example of its successful purpose. r If this doesn't once and for all suggest to President Kennedy that we are simply giving the Egyptian strongman the wherewithal to purchase war-making machinery from the Soviet Union, we find it hard to conceive of what evidence ever will. Sen. Jacob Javits (Rep,N.Y.) and Sen. Kenneth Keating (Rep,N.Y.) are now trying to steer another one in a long list of previously unsuccessful amendments to the Foreign Aid Bill that The EEC Rejection Publlntini every Friday %  face l!>-7 by The Jewish PlorldtM at 120 N.K. Sixth Sli.et, Miami 1, Florida, fi-i ii-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florid*. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and th..jw,ih Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Aqeney. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service. National Editorial Ann.. American Assn. <> &f English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida PVM Assn. The Jfwfah Klorldlan dooa not KUHrantre the Kaahmtal of the m< T Ii;iri,iis.iiilvr-rtlsfri In its columns. by the week as i see it LEO MINDLIN r V i -: i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Yeir JS.OO Three Veara $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume C6 Friday, July 5, 1963 13 Tammuz 5723 Number 27 < would deny assistance to nations like Egypt engaged in subversion and propaganda against any country receiving U.S. funds. Admittedly, their effort will have hardgoing. It seems difficult to know just what can finally convince the Congress of Nasser's true colors. Profound Changes Ahead? The suggestion that Israeli policy under new Premier Levi Eshkol will substantially follow the road chosen by Mr. Ben-Gurion in the past is a whistling in the dark. To a nation rocked by the unexpected announcement of the Prime Minister's resignation, it offers the hope that nothing profound has really occurred. But this is far from the truth. The personalities of Mr. Eshkol and Mr. Tko r cen-^unon are distinctly differenttho on abro n a 9 d eS "/*?* **** bo,h a < K3 abroad. If as we continue to suspect the teSTZ P £ b f rthcomi ^ >"en P w e can look to the Prime Minister's return to the helm WHTK mG ^'r, the next "atonal efec.fon which is scheduled for 1965. cs.on for the present to deny Israel any associ ation with comes as a hard blow. At a time SJ H£U! has been Juggling to up its foreign trade toward a more favorable balance particularly in the markets on the European continent, the decision may well mean some massive reevaluations ahead. The European Economic Community is one ot .he most stunning things to come out of the shambles of World War II. I, is at the fee. ol Eft 2J con,i nen, s fantastic recovery has to be laid. It is also to EEC's credit at least Z ,T h cf l ,h L e NATO mili,ar Y alliance £2 i ^ Viet ,hreat was ,urned backcmd K^£% COn,inU ? S Hnaer for a United Sstates of Europe in the years ahead. feel Se! IStST WOS ** ,he onl y P w r to IfnL r n SUCCeSS of lhe E^op^an Economic Commumly, which has also been a diffiSrSLSL u Wn naUon to swallow despite the support we have given it m the name of peace and progress. If EEC has posed marked and tariff problems for the U.S.To lesion political ones for the Soviet Union, the diffiugly h culues it causes for fledgling Israeli commerce yieldinalv £' 2J 5r n ,he nation iB unmay well be imagined 9 commerce yWmgly m th e duechon of the proposition eliahf C i 8 SS ~ < ** -ly ^ ^ CreatCd **>* slightly tempered by the kind words of good 2LSh,1S£y fiSF Chief EEC negoUoTor, ZS^KS ft* re)eC,ion wi **> increasingly during the months ahead. Independence Day 1963 Even during the darkest hours of the Ririfc. Let us now rededkate ourselves to tw. bas lc meanings of Independent Da v V meanings embodied in the US &,' Me Declaration of todependen^e and m* 2X5' of,h u \ 8alu,e the S^5tS*S5 oi the free and the home of the brave •JLfE PRIDE ourselves aj Americans on being C o S during the week a 37„^>'tr a clear forward motion away from the status of the "hav seed.'" where both the ideal „a,nd the technology of the larger cities are adapted to smaller scale needs. Here at Vanderbilt Beach where I am writing these words, a tiny sandy dot on the Gulf of Mexico. I find distinct evidence of this for. ward motion and adaptation. The residents here may be "back" woods." but they are as aware of the world in which they live as any of us. And yet. when it comes to the fundamental things that have troubled us during the past lew weeks, wc are a people more provincial than anywhere 1 saw or visited during my stay in the Middle Fast. I particularly refer here to the status of our race relations and the recent Supreme Court decision on religious observance m the public schools. The reaction to the court decision is no less astonishing because sadly, it was predictable. What is there to say of the Florida Leu,latures initial heat and its decision to turn over to the Individ u ,1 counties and their school beards the right to set up "voluntary" extraauricular courses in religious observance 0 This was about as emotional and therefore as ignorant a response to both the letter and the spirit of the decision as one could conceivably expect A KIND OF MAPll SYRUP SPUITUAUTY THE PREVALENT ATTITUDE seems to locus on our presumably spiritual identification as the (Teal and unshakcable BOUTce this nation's distinction. To prove the point, those who hold ti courts opinion in contempt will be most likely to launch forth upon complex and fundamentally irresponsible analysea of the motivationi of our Pounding Fathers and their religious intentions for Americi Kit ure. While opponents of the opinion mean more elementary thin when they refer to our God-centered foundationatonea it is ind-cd true thai Hi.' Founding Fathers suggested Hebrew as'cur national language in order completely to sever our tics from the Englishthai Hebrew inscriptions, recalling the Exodus from Egypt were consul end to be included in the Great Seal of the United States; and thnu] other Old Testament sources, in the true Puritan or Deist spirit characteristic of the times, were studied for inclusion in the swn bolic instrumentalities of the nation. While these reflect religious motivation, thev do not delineai legal purpose, as the doctrine of separation of church and state s clearly indicates. To distort the meaning of the separation doctrin today is an obvious violation of our ultimate history, and those wh use this to justify their reaction against the Supreme Court decisio are most vulnerable on these grounds. But the saddest thing of all is that the across-the-board battl over the rel.gion-.n-tl.e schools issue betrays our provincialism as nation in a way that few other things can. For it suggests that our greatness our mighty achievements are all based on a kind oi maple syrup American spirituality; while the truth is that such IUggest.ons are as unkind to the achievements as they are untrue both to past history and present reality. RITROGRADF. HUMAN FORCE IN ACTION F VEm f B f AD f n<1 ,iS P rovincialis I" "S astonishing and a hallmark of our elementary social status, they find our rac.s.i or?e r;;' :;:'; nrior r d For %  ** i s a **?*> ESS he world u > 0rU; "" rt S,ream of tnon,s everywhere else in AfrcVns ev.rv ^' '" Wa .t' dUrin May an<1 P art <>' J u e. I found Kvr !" TS '" ""' mMt eXCh,Slvt> ho, <,s an <' restaurants, acto ,^ Z In '"'['If' iU unlver ltI !" technical centers. 5 laciories, and on the kibbutzim selfish 1 "'^ S?ft f ,hv visUinR Africans !" t ent.relv unIpomatcallv Ru, Ih'" MUwi # in """" 'Gael's best friend, cant ^ere thVn ,h Ule u rea M f r thta alignment are less dgnifi. oeoDlc of in. 1 he .u al, ,rablp fa et that, as In Israel, the colored people, of the world seem everywhere and .ncreasinulv to be ic J^^fSbXSZ bV nMWted • aC,Sn, • S the tact W ARt AS UtMtNTARY AS THE CANNIBALS ^PofeTm'f nh M N,ST ER '" %  Si r, i, '-'" %  ^hn Kafera Smarf;.' PariKment^n t/V'' 0 "" rini! a Prt*ul.riy heated debate ,„seS !c hi .7' u VCral Week8 a *a d ebate that rub! AS toSnSfn WmseS .Eta ""^ B n Gurio res.gnat.on. 1 commented „,h '" iU r %  Mendidly-robed diplomat "In mv countr th J" J!f ? tk melee befoM him a "d ^elarcd: n mj country, they would have made a meal of one another by %  tandto -!nd T e ,h;m nbU, ,hc For ^n Minist.-r's underpeople IS t in v C .K ty "" hun,or at ** W"" of his own Bf epnaUm. ,h. S~| e Very ^ kn WS about ,hc vast intellectual lion of all Africans in ?hon L was thc Pobtico-social recogniPart that the i„ T wor,d 0f which IR !" *> is an int egral E+2ftSmiis^.z ia r r ak of their b ^-'- 't is a backward !" .** K r Ugma of necessary inferiority. For skilful d rec ion or hp >< bUt Sl "" Cly being eliminated by the variety of in^strL .r'lf f ,,me towawl mass ^^ation in a The awaken nf in ^ 1 ,Ura1 and ^ientific fields, where is akij, tHhc Xoc^T ^ am ng ,hc co, o red P~plea elsevestiges of pomp nrpov^tT! tSf 0 ** deStr yed the I,rt nineteenth centurv J*? I Europe at ,he threshold of the been in the vanguard -I "" T*"! Am ericans, whose country has of 1776. fail bvTeC rUZ'l "* ?l rCVO,Ulion "* the ^r^daya they arc more SA12U .. Sec ,hc sign of ,oda y's "mes; hence, charge tfSLSZSTJ**** #whom they hurl the on religion in the schools supportin S the Supreme Court decision social'ptcnomenVVe^r ^f d m re ,han ^ <**" *l theUniveraityof Alablm a !2 ^ dUneS l rcad in Israel sporting iea; they were \vri ten Tn C m not in,ended to degrade Amertion the reaped ft"which "is oSSf 0 "? fai,UFe t0 und ^ a a na to our discredit at laree !" !" ,se 'eg'on. But black they were Kafera Smarts cciiun u .Uy~v?siUna tSf dlsCe r rning cye of thc J h" i we are more than provincial we a JS ". t0Ttary as the last of If iul fun. "*' bmart Poked such debberate but meaning"



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Friday, July 5. 1963 fJenisfifhrkffcun Page 5-A Prthodox Rabbis Deplore Secularism Continued from Pa.it I-A of the basic value of Orthodox Judaism.'' point od spokesmen and leaders lor Judaism" without knowledge or justification. He asserted that' they were divorced from and inrle charged that the discussions different to "Jewish religious comlii Jerusalem had shown that "unity living and the daily prob' these literary scholars" were asl !" s of religious orientation." Mining 'the mantle of self-apHe said such misrepresentation New Israel Cabinet Sworn In; Takes Over Uncertain Government Continued from Page 1 A the main threat to Israel's securlly. The danger, he stressed, came from the wide variety of conventional weapons which continued Jc flow into the Arab states. Riming to his critics on the left, lie asked: "Who but the Soviets ere aggravating the Middle East arms race?" He appealed to both sides on Israel's religious question to ob-; serve tolerance and understanding of opposite views and not to exaci rbate the problems in this sensitive field. He noted that prior governments had worked out a modus vivendi based on maintaining the status quo. The only new member of the Cabinet sworn in was Zalman Aranne as Minister ot Education, replacing Abba Eban. who was ramed to a new post as Deputy Premier. Mr. Eshkol's Finance Ministry was given to Pmhas Sapir. who continued as Minister r.f Commerce and Industry. Premier Eshkol also serves as Defense Minister, as did Mr. Ben-Gurion. Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres declared in the Knesset that the Government was acting to implement the parliamentary resolution concerning A West German scientists but addfled that this was only one aspect of Israel's security problem. Mr. Pere* said the arms which Israel needed could be found in three areas, the Soviet bloc, the United States and Western Europe. He pointed out that the Soviets had their own reasons for not supplying arms to Israel. The United States agreement to' sell Hawk ground-to-air anti-aircraft missiles, he said was appreciated but did not signify a change j in permanent United States policy which is opposed to escalation of the arms race in the Middle East. j Thus, he continued, West Europe was the only source of arms and while aid from France was available, there was a question of whether, in view of the trend toward European unity, France would be able to continue aiding Israel with arms independently of the course adopted by France's neighbors. For that reason, he added, Israel must follow a procedure designed to win members of the European community over to the French position on aiding Is1 !l, ranada 1I1S MI Rinits ATI. 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He also urged legislation to grant income tax allow> ance to parents for tuition of children attending religious schools. He appealed to President Kennedy to use his good I offices to end the Middle East armaments race. Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld. convention chairman, made an appeal to all legislative bodies and, governors of all states to support legislation to exempt Sabbath-' observing Jews from Sunday closing laws, which he called an in'.ringement of the basic structure of American freedom. He said forcing small merchants to halt business two days a week made for "a most disastrous impact on the economic fortunes of sincere followers of their faith." He asserted it was a "solemn ohli, Ration" of elected officials "to banish forever" such "discriminating archaic and unreasonable estrictions." Carol Feldman and Steven Gerson, members of the graduating class of Temple Ned Tamid Religious School, present to the Temple two silver crowns for a Sefer Torah in the name of their class. 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Page 6-A fJmistnuridliari Friday. July 5. 1963 NCRACPushes for JFK Rights Program Z jda County State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein is acclaimed Morn o: the Year" at a recent Miami Beach Civic League : nr.er. The plaque's inscription cites Gerstein "For his out^aodirtg service to his community and humanity above and reyond the call of duty." DIM. FOR Dr. Finkelstein COOL COMFORT At Coronation WASHINGTON — (JTA) Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of he Jewish Theological Seminary. rag a member of the interiaith ;roup designated by President Kennedy to represent the United States at the coronation of Pope .'aul VI. The appointment of Dr. Finkel•tein was depicted here by government sources as a move to stress wide interfaith American esteem for the new Pontiff. Dr. finkelstein is the first Jew to be designated by the White House as :ne of a group of personal representatives of the President at the Vatican. He is believed to be the first rabbi to attend the coronaion of a Pope, Israel was represented at the coronation by a delegation of four members. They were Maurice Fisher, Israels Ambassador to Italy; Dr. Meir Mendes. of the Israel Ministry for Religious Affairs; and Gad Elron, counsellor of the Israeli Embassy in Rome. No official diplomatic relations have yet been established between the Vatican and Israel Continued from Page 1-A I without weakening amendments." Jit urged statp and local legwtative bodies to enact comprehensive measures banning discrimination t. employment, education, housing and places of public accommodation, and to establish administrative agencies with sufficient powers to enforce these prohibitions. In its call to the American Jew: sh community to support the Negro battle for rights, the NCRAC affirmed that "as Jews, we react with special sensitivity to the Negro's demands. We too have stood before the oppressors demanding freedom. We too know the in; exorable power of a righteous ideal. We too have buried our martyrs. Bitter experience has taught us what tragedy there is in a community of well-intentioned men who. through indifference and %  apathy, become accessories to the destructions of a people's rights." Another resolution warned that three '"radical proposals" to amend the United States Constitution brought under assault the federal system and the position of the I Supreme Court "as the foremost guardian of individual liberties." It charged there was a "well planned campaign" to put the amendments 'over "with deliberate silence and almost no public awareness." The NCRAC welcomed the Supreme Court decision on prayer in the schools as "a victory for religion and for religious freedom." Another resolution called for maximum aid to public schools. It warned that Government aid to religiously-controlled schools "would do a grave disservice to both religion and public education." The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, a constituent of the NCRAC, abstained from voting on this resolution. In other resolutions, on national questions, the NCRAC called for speedy ratification of the United Nations genocide convention, removal of the "racist national origins quota system of our immigration code." and renewed its opposition to compulsory Sunday closing laws. On the international front, the conference greeted Pope Paul VI on his election. It reported an in %  tensification of anti-Semitic politics on the part of the Soviet Union, charging that "Soviet courts and so-called legal process have become instruments of antiSemitism." In a resolution on the Middle I East, the NCRAC called on the i United States to give "firm security guarantees" to the countries in the area and to maintain vigilance to preserve the arms balance. It urged the Administration and Con, gress to ensure that American eco I nomic aid was not diverted and i misused by the Arab governments to acquire offensive weapons and ,to undertake aggressive adven Itures. It urged a firm policy to end Arab "boycotts, blockades and I belligerance" and appealed to the Government to use its influence and power to bring all parties to the peace table. In a resolution on developments within the Jewish community, the NCRAC expressed hope for the "successful outcome of discussions now being pursued between our own committee and that of the B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation League with a view toward an agreement that will lead to resumption of cooperative relationships between the B'nai B'rith AntiDefamation League and ourselves." Lewis H. 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Friday. JJy 5, 1963 *Jmi§li FhrSdHan Page 7-A V District 5 BB Installs Steinberg Newly-elected officers and trustees are seen follow—)g installation ceremonies at Cedars of Lei', r.on Hospital's annual meeting last week. Seated (left to right) are Stanley C. Myers ;.n airman of the Board of Trustees; Harry I. Lewis, president; and Samuel T. SapLro, president emeritus. Standing (left to right) cne Saul Silberman. R. Williams Apte, Elliott il.lumen.thal. trustees; Morris Lomaskin, assistant secretary; Robert Russell, trustee; Duvid Stuzin and Sam Luby, vice presidents; Col. Nathan Rood, Stanley A. Wolif and herbert Gelernter, trustees. Not shown are E. Albert Pallot and Ben Novak, vice presidents; Sidney Aronovitz, secretary; Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer. Also Irving Cypen, Joseph A. Garfield, Louis E. Goldman, Sol C. Shaye, Samuel J. Spector, Harold Thurman and Joseph Weintraub, trustees. ATLANTA — Maurice Steinberg: was installed as president of Dis trict 5, B'nai B'rith, at a convention attended by some 500 delegates here. The 87th annual convention was attended by representatives from B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters in tne seven-state region, boasting a membership of some 108,000. Steinberg succeeds Jack J. Jenkins, of Washington, D.C. He is an attorney of Augusta, Ga., and NW service as a naval officer during World War II in the European and Pacific Theatres. Greater Miamiant elected to high office at the convention iiv eluded Samuel Nieberg, of Miami, first vice president; and Pawl Seidermen, Miami Beach, and Charles Seiavitch, Miami, members of the Board of Governors. Retained on the Board of Governors was E. Albert Pallot, member of the Supreme Lodge Board. Commissioners, not newly-electcd, include Burnett Roth, Miami Beach, who is chairman of the Florida Region of the Anti-Defamation League; and Louis Ossinsky Sr., of Daytona Beach. Ecumenical May A void Anti-Semitism Co?r nued from Page 4-A Vatican %  loritics on Jewish matters. He identified them as Fr Rudloff, .• %  • Benedictine Abbot of two m< ;. aries in tiie Israeli sector ol Jerusalem and in Wcston. and Mv John M Oesterreichcr, of Seton Hall University. South Orange, N.J. But this declaration was nevei submitted to the Ecumenical Council. Fr. Weigel said. because, although it as a statement <>f moral principle, the Arab states wouid understand it as backii!'.: up Israel, and therefore chid in., and rebuffing the Arab states. Explaining whj he doubts that the situation would be changed when the Ecumenical Council reMimed its session, Fr. Weigel said that a majority of the bishops would be in favor of such a declaration, but the presence of Catholic minorities in Arab lands must •K taken :nto consideration. He also noted that there were Arab bishops in the Council whom he described as "verj sensitive indeed" to the problems of the Arab states. He said the statement might be introduced before the Council ends its labors, hut his own feeling. based on personal observation. was that tli" btfhops wouid rather avoid the issue than face it. Earlier, Fr. Weiqel had predicted that the process of removinq phrases from the Catholic liturgy derogatory to the Jews would be continued. He said American Catholics were showing a greater readiness to enter into discussion with members of other faiths and a greater readiness to consider the feelings and sentiments of non-Catholics. He urged on the Jewish community relations officials a policy of 'patient proqressism" in their discussions with Amircan Catholics. Lewis H. Weinstein. chairman of the NCRAC. said in a personal statement that it was "disquieting to hear from Fr. Weigel that although the majority of Catholic bishops would undoubtedly favor a statement by the Ecumenical Ceuncil against anti-Semitism, political considerations might prevent such a declaration." He said that Fr. 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?aq* 3-A *J(wi fhridliain Friday. July 5, 1963 PAGES FROM AN ISRAEL DIARY A Novel View of a Car as Seen on a Kibbutz By LEO MINOLIN K3BUTZ YOTVATA-This kib! its is located on the border of oMan. Right before me are r. ;•> Mountains of Edom—exqirti'eiy lilac-colored and orange ireen. Yotvata is provided >pecial inducements by the Government of Israel because of j perilous location. These — ^ — • — mainly include income tax benefits. The men and women here give me a sense of inferiority. I can not help wondering if I would survive their rigorous life—however luxurious it is by contrast with what once was. The roa i< like a roller coaster, ami 1 have had same car trouble. An obliging kibbutznick Servicemen Get Top Air Honors A'.rrr.an First Class Kenneth J. has graduated from the -(•.; rd Air Division Noncommiss.•:>: Officer Preparatory School at McCoy AFB in Florida, where he received the Military AchieveAward for outstanding miliary bearing and adherence to the school's rigid standards. Kji;cg completed the course. Which included study in organization, management, leadership, military justice, security and human relations, the airman is returning to his permanent unit at Homestead AFB. where he is a weapor.s mechanic. -1 of Mr. and Mrs. John H. rJould, of Jefferson, Me., and a Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ara a source of very real comfort to alL graduate of Lincoln Academy. Newcastle. Me., he is married to the former Barbara L. Shofner. 2234 SW 6th St. Airman Third Class Jay M. Cohn has been selected Outstanding Airman of the Month for the 354th Tactical Fighter Wing at Myrtle Beach AFB. S.C. A United States Air Force air policeman, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian M. Cohn, of 6820 Portillo St.. Coral Gables. Airman First Class Jeffrey M. Weinstein. has arrived at Sembach AB, Germany, for assignment with a unit of the United States Air Forces in Europe. An air policeman, he is the son of Mrs. Sylvia Weinstein, Jasper. Ala. He previously was stationid at Charleston AFB. S.C. A graduate of Walker County High School, the airman attended Walker Junior College. His father, Seymour Weinstein, lives at 1210 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach. Kieve 1. Gooi Stein has been promoted to Airman second class in the United States Air Force. A jet engine mechanic, he is assigned to the 1501st Field Maintenance Squadron at TIMVIS AFB, Calif. Son of Mrs. Ida B. Goodstein. 6329 SW 39th Ter.. the airman is a graduate ol Hialeah High School. examines it. This involves a kind of vocabulary that is unusual, to s;.y the least. My Hebrew, revived and improved immensely in just a lew short weeks, penetraies through the discussion he is having from beneath the car with a feilow-kilv butznick. who has sauntered over to act in the general capacity of kibbitzer from above. The general decision is that I am being plagued by a kind of rear end trouble, but a dispute arises as to whether it couldn't also be front end trouble. Necessarily, a technical argument about axles ensues, and I am gloriously amazed to discover how Hebrew has adapted itself to today's technical world. Says the kibbutznick to the kibbiitznick-kibbitzer: "It is the beckex." This. I realized by clever deduction from my limited knowledge of British slang, meant back axle. "No." disagrees the kibbutznick-kibbitzer. He feels it is the front axle that has been misbehaving. But the word is not frontex. as anyone would obviously conclude. lubevitcher Ra/'y Held Here Third annual Southeast rally of the Tzeirei Agudath Chabad, the Lubavitcher youth organization, was to tuk-' place Thursday evening. 8 p.m., at Kneseth I>racl Congregation. The function was to honor the late Lubavitcher Rabbi .! I SChneerSOhn, who was freed from Soviet imprisonment on this date for spreading Torah doctrine in Russia. <2P$MMMI X • 939 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH. FLORID* Jtr'MMN 2-BB24 CARRIE 8. BLr.-,HFR FUNERAL OifCCTOR GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open tvery Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Year 'Hound Gold Coosf Coverage Covers Tour Selling Area Wl 5-1602 A Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "6RE4TU MIAMI'S HRST" An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 II O O I I \ (, REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Y PHONE FR 3-6244 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 MS MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH ^ .*.. THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 V WAI-* I ^/^ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS — HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE MB. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartz fc



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friday. July 5, 1963 •fJcnisti ncridliari Pace 9-A SAYINGS OF FATHERS 0 • Charier IV 14 R. Tochmi.ni. the sandal mailer. -, taid. Every attembly which is in the name of Heaven will in tlie end be ettdblithed, but t/iut which fj not in 'tlif name of Heaven u'lll I not in the end ho established. • Chapter V • 10. There are (even marl^.s of an un1'iiitureJ. and Mien o/ .1 wise man. The wise man does not spcal^ be| (ore him utha ;J creater than he in ui.,;.>m: and does not hrraJ; in upon the speech of his fellow: he is not hasty to anneer; he rfuettioiu according to llie siibjcit mutter, und answers to the point; lie sheilas upon the first thing first and the last kwi; regarding that which he has not understood he tayj / do not understand it. und he lU^uou'ledges the truth. The reverse of all this ti to he found in JU uncultured man. v. Chap. I., 11. At'/dlvon Mid "ft be heedful of your words lest ye iueur the penalty of exile and be exiled to a place of evil waters, and the disciples who come .': you dn .,'< th) rcof and die. jn.i the Hedvenly \\ime he proi % %  •I : Free Speech oi Free AnitntlunWhich?" 6 p.m. Sermon: "Kthlca ,,f "in Faint • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 1tth ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Thltrsdnv 9 'in Bar Mttsvnh: lmn. -,,ii ,,f air. and Mm. Leu Uruwer. Friday t:l". ('.in Saturda> v r u.m, Bar Mlixvah: tSordfin, >>"ii ,t Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gronnmnn; Alan, son ,,v Sir. an,l Mrs. Edward Kaplan Leonard, -mi ,.f Mr. and MrAlie Rothnt In Mm, IK. % %  p.m. Hai Mltavuh: Elliot, aon "f Mi. und Mr*. Mas Stern. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 15441 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. • OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Kii.las s : •, p.in Sermpn: "The Ilia, i j -1. — ,,i Truth." Saturday s:3 a.m. Sti -ii. "I'mii.,ii o( tlir Week." i'• Mltivah II lary, eon • %  ( Mr. ami Mr*. Haruld Ui I man 7 p.m. Min.li.i. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st! pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros! enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. %  FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., Hialeah Refoim. • ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Loins Cohen. Frlduj ~ p.m Saturday S:S0 a.m Ban Mltavah: Larry, i*in ,,i Mr. ami Mr-. Harold Ab. I, • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. — • MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. • • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. • — %  TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morns Berger. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • —— TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1391 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. • —— TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland Hall. 1153* So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowltz. Cantor Ernest Stelner. Friday 8:30 a.m. NhtuMay '.' a.m. — • — • %  TEMPLE B"NAI ABRAHAM. S7 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Groaaberg. i-1 Way B:W pm. Istdaajsiidance Dfey SaJibalh. K.Tinmi: "Denendenee upon find in True Independence." l'ulplt neat, iistn StMrAeaw, eommaiMer, Abe Horn.win t'csst H^L' Jewish War Veterans; cu.-i speaker. Daniel Neil Heller, national juilioadvm-ate, JWV. TEMPLE B*BTH SHOLOM, 4144 ChaWs I'lmfassssl GEMS OF WISDOM To be able :o forget find is tlie prerogative of noblt It is only the tlinist of '.': '.•'..< tli.it ll ever forced the :..-.'.. humanity to yield. I A great (?enitu forms .. ,,.•' r great g< niui le< I •• simulation than by frieti diamond grindi another. • • Genitu really meani ti :, .. %  JAI • • • A .. ..: ':. y .....!.. % % %  • • on lilt Rd is why the owd : ,-r without reason, i:.. treat greal men as lunai LO : %  • ai • -4 ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon K'en,ar, Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Pulpit Oueel TI:. .Mi.-I.a'. 1 UOUlSt f Mall, li, • I land. Saturday 10:45 a.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 'ffOO-'NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rscbi S. M. Machtei. FrUla) 8:30 p.m. Guest xpeak, i ant l.. \ a, "i, c Shabbal bi si-n-li I. Saturday 8:80 -. ; ',,> .1 inloi < nnsi %  %  • TEMPLE EMrNUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsh *eler. '.II : p.m. Saiurday :• .' ..... moii: "fnlflnir All American Indi II nil II • I • %  • ) %  nn, .ii "' %  • %  TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS r rh *'.. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. 'siarot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Pale'-ir .-ive. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Vordecai Podet. l'i idaj R:15 p.m. < Ini Shab %  low s, r\ i,• %  .-. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 ?Bth it. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward K'e n. —— • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th ft. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Trod, tional. Rabbi Eugene Libovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Cons; n1-ve. 8755 SW 16th St Miam Ri.i : Samuel April. Cantor Gershe-. Levin. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MtAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reforn-. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. i-'i ii... 8:1S p.m. 8i Dion: "T "/• • • 1} Pol It,Ml." • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACCE 951 Flamingo Way. Conservat,. ;. Rabtl Hynian Gross. Cantor Jack Le'ner. Klein, la; S:13 p.m Katurday i TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zai^p'.i ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Bti Dickson. ., v s I.", p.m Sermon: "H H %  Tnj Tints, %  • Jai ,h.\ s: 13 a III. Sermon • %  ame Ins (l How i r.l. nun of Mr Mrs. .i.i, l, F Manhoff. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW T1h tt. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour H 'Mes. p -lit iirdny %  Bcr nn n: "Strange Frophets." \ ,i li Daniel, m in ot Mr, a rai i /., lonki TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami ave. Conservative. RabtHenry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glanta. 01 S, nn, in : -. ,i,. Dovnllon." iiii-i. SlialOiai iMtfld SI-T. ih..od. Saturday 8 a.m -'-' "Portion of the W.. k." VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Canter Maurice Neu. • YOUNG ISRAL... sinj NE 1T1' at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stflber. FYidaj 7 p.m. Saturdaj 0 Jt""s, "in,,n"Portion of the wex Binelia 7 p.m. CANDLEUGHTING TIME 13 Tammuz — 6:59 pjn.



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Page 10-A vJmisti ftcrkUar? Friday-. July -S^ 1963 / Write as I Please By CAR1 ALPIRT Less Dogmatic Eshkol May Bring New Era of Understanding *> i Haifa— njR. BEN-GURION'S resigna%  tion came as a great shock to Israel even as it surprised the rest of the world. Despite his 76 years, it had almost begun to seem as if B.G. would go on forever. New P r i me Minister Levy \ Eshkol has' been Minister of Finance since 1952. As %  a member of Ben Gurion's Mapai Party he may be expect ed to follow the basic principles of Ben-Gurion's national policies. though perhaps with a coloration of his own. For one thing, Eshkol is far less dogmatic. One commentator sagely observes that where Ben-Gurion would conduct a monologue, ending up with his decree. Eshkol carries on dialogues. He patiently listens to others, and then comes to a decision. He has been a master negotiator. It was he who skilfully maneuvered the political understanding which brought about the present coalition after the last elections, when almost evervone else had despaired of such possibility. Do his pliability and amiability and maneuverability mean that he is lackin in decisiveness. a necessary characteristic in the leadership of a state like Israel? Devaluation of the Israel Pound Panorama: was a vital economic step that should have been taken years ago; was it delayed because Eshkol could not bring himself to make a decision until the last moment? In defense matters such hesitation can prove fatal. On the other hand, anyone who can bring a degree of peace to Israel's embattled internal politics would be making a major contribution to internal security. Eshkol is not a weak man. He is just as stubborn as Ben-Gurion, but less impulsive. He has nerves of steel—one who has borne the financial burdens of the State these many years, yet still can smile and joke and relax is not an ordinary person. There are two areas in which Eshkol may take a somewhat differentline than Ben-Gurion, though perhaps the major differences would be only in emphasis. It is generally believed that the thorny problem of Israel's relations with Germanywas one of the factors contributing to the resignation. Eshkol may agree with Ben-Gurion, but he will not be as insistent in pushing the matter. As one observer puts it, he will not make an ideology out of resuming relations with Germany. The second area is that of relations with the Arabs. As one who has heretofore dealt only with finances, Eshkol has not yet h?d opportunity to reveal his views. If Moshe Sharett should enter the new cabinet, even if only as .Minister without Portfolio, it would he clear indication ol the possibility of a fresh approach to the problem of peace with the Arabs. It Sharett should eventually become Foreign Minister, something which would have been unthinkable under Ben-Gurion. the new trend would become sharp, clear and emphatic It is significant tha" (he Arabs in Israel are great admirers of Sharett. They are e~ijer for his ••sumption of power and responsibility in the government. Sharett is regarded a<* a spokesman of peace, understanding and benevolent compromise Local Arabs feel th it only he can lead the way to :i negotiated peace with the Arab states By DAVID SCHWARTZ King Solomon Should Have Taken More Exercise J UNE IS THE month of brides and I've been studying to find out just what the Jewish authorities think on the subject. I find they are favorable. Judaism does not seem to have nourished the idea ol asceticism that we find in some religions. No ine is regarded more of a saint for not having married. There are some cynical remarks about the institution oi marriage—among the folk sayings, but do not represent religious positions. Bertrand Russell makes an interesting comparison between the Solomon, who wrote the Song of Songs, and the Solomon who was the author of Ecclesiastes. "Perhaps," opines Russell, "the author of Ecclesiastes thought all was vanity because he did not take enough exercise." Rabbi Samuel bar Isaac, according to the Talmud, would take a bunch of myrtles and dance before brides: and King Agrippa, the Talmud tells us, gave away to a bridal procession in the streets of Jerusalem. "I wear the crown every day," he Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Nasser Emulates the Worst Racist Policies WashingtonTHE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT has moved against racial seg-l on in Alabama but con-l tinues to appease Egypt's Nasser,! the "Bull" Connor of the Middle! East. Nasser has emulated thel ousted police bigot of Birmingham! by blocking any moderation of! anti-Jewish barriers in the Arabl world. This came to light when Washington announced thai Saudi Arabia, for the first time, would permit American Jewish personnel of United States military units to participate in training exercises in Saudi Ari-bia Nasser immediately shrilled that li Arabia had sold out the anti-Jewish segregation barrier By appealing to anti-Jewish passions. Nasser forced Saudi Arabia to back down and re• ege on its a rreement. Egypt has denounced the United States for racial incidents in Alabama .:nd elsewhere. But in blocking racist moderation in Saudi Arabia, Nasser has taken virtually the same role that Gov. Wallace assi-mcd against University of Alabama officials who were ready to cooperate with the Federal integration procedure. The State Department still refuses to apply to American p.-ograms in Egypt the same anti-bias i;inciples that President Kennedy has asked in his message to Congress on domestic civil rights. The Department ignores anti-bias clauses inserted by Congress into the Foreign Aid laws. Off the Record: Rather than inject anti-bias measures into various laws. President Kennedy said: "It would be better at this time to pass a single comprehensive provision making it clear that the Federal Government is not required, under any statute, to furnish any kind of financial assistance—by way of grant, loan, contract, guaranty, insurance or otherwise—to any program or activity in which racial discrimination occurs." The President certainly cannot separate anti-Semitism from his concept of racial discrimination. Secretary of State Dean Rusk recently testified before Confess that Egyptian American relations had improved and that massive aid should again be handed out to Nasser. This came at a time when Congress was concerned about feeding America's unemployed millions, including many Negro victims ..f job bias. Nasser was simultaneously denouncing Saudi Arabia for permitting entry of Americans of Jewish faith among U.S. Forces assigned there. Saudi Arabia is high on Nasser's list of intended victims. He resents the presence of U.S. military units in a country he is seeking to overthrow. To undermine Saudi-American defense cooperation. Nasser exnloited the first moderation in Saudi Arabia's previously rigid anti-Jewish stand. Nasser bypocrtically admits Jewish tourists to Egypt to get their dollars while maintaining a boycott and blockade against American Jewish businessmen who seek to sell to Egypt. He also bars American Jews from service on U.S. missions based in Cairo, including the agency which distributes American dollars By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Root of Hassidism is Spreading Rapidly UkfHEN HASIDDISM FIRST rose to*• the surface in Jewi>h life early in the eighteenth century, prediction was wide that the new religious movement vould die with its founders. But the t appeal of its tenets to the wide Jewish masses was so powerful that, instead of disintegrating with the death of Israel Baal Shorn Toy and his illustrious disciple Ber Mezritcher. it gained phe-— nomenal momentum until its influence and impact enveloped practically every Jewish communitv in the v orld. What was the force behind th? unique burgeoning of his mystic movement' By placing exultation above learning, it laid the foundation for democracy in Jewish life By making prayer a matter of the heart rather than of conformity with a set standard, it attracted the untutored, the unlearned, and the unfirm. By bringing gaiety and song into worship, it brought uplifting of ..mmun.on between man and God, it brought comfort hAco'uldn 'IT 1 7 WCrC be>0nd r ^">P''n because tne> could not themselves commune with God .,„J.n C T dd k W3S T" O0 pr0ud ,0 **& With the bimpe Thus it was that the immortal Reb Levi |.,h k Berdichever-to whom this columnist is proudly ,,, by ancestry-once Passed on his way to svna/og Stack.. The roo. has now spread to israe'l and Am with deep promise in both lands. d AnK ma -.cd. "let the bride have the crown for an hour." "Every parent,'' is another Talmudic saying, 'must teach his son a trade, help him ge: a wile and some say, leach him to swim I read a story of a Shadchan who wai trying to arrange ;: wedding of a young London Jew with Princess Margaret. After much argument, the young man agreed. "Well." said the Shadchan, "I h:.ve convinced one side. Now I must go to the other." But the Shadchan has almost disappeared. Nowadays, the young people want to rely solely en themselves. They consult only their own tastes. Like the Jewish story of the bridegroom who en his wedding ni^ht was asked how he liked his bride "Well," he said, "it's %  matter of taste, I don't like her." A great deal of advice is dished out about choosing the proper mate. One of the meet frequent points stressed is the need of a common interest, and yet I think of the case of Heinrich Heine, whose wile was a simple peasant girl Mathilda. On his death bed. Heine -. d he hoped she would immediately reman ) after his passing •Why"' she asked. "Because said Heine, "! want someone to mourn m> past i Heine was just being whimsii Act illy he ..verj much in love with this peasant girl, though intellectually she certaii as no mate. Perhaps the case of Heine v. bit >f Tal mudic advi.-e in choosing go lown a step." Between You and Me: By BCStS SMOL AR On Emotional Outbursts IMPORTANT NON-JEWISH organi/.i lions in the field of public education are now taking steps to check emotional. outbursts against the Supreme com" [ciccisions banning Bible readin,; and the Lords Prayer from public schools They .re especially interested in preventing Inntl-Jewish propaganda, such as took I place last year when the Supreme Court %  banned the Regents Prayer in New State !" • X| rican Association of School Administrator.addressed a memorandum on the subject to all school superintendents reminding ihem that the initial excited reaction -n connection with the Supreme Courts suhu'r, i, ,f' nS ','" %  H, "" N Vr: '?< T '• -vear was later ibantK, iy modified by "second thoughts after the (ourts ruling was studied and analysed. i.,w l h !n,, AS 7'''"" n r ^' U ,h %  • n ~ happen „, ,„ ',,':;• '"" 1 iUDerint?ndenta and members ; o.Kduratton -not to join in the on cry of the So ;', „ p ,nu ""' ,h; 'hweare of the ,,.,,, "'" '""""> %  "f community ,11 largely .'" "" • of local public officials to the I H etplalm that ,n the two con, '" Supreme Court issued Its thw i the pro,";.',, the Blbl. i sooTce %  : uch injects as .,„'';,' ire reading! from the Bible ;,,,',' "' "" Lords Prayer, conducted by n ,," "' PM1 ol opening daily eicereteea in ..,„:'",,; r UaUyreu —,•.. h US c on. s r;;„.,;i IIi ;;;: .''" shmM %  %  "ivioL.on of the A me ,,,,,,,, |m|| ir (o ( bx ZN ,"" "[ S,h l M taWwtors was also* out b> the National School Boards Association



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Friday, July 5, 1963 Mewlfi FkxrfdMaun Page II A 3-B' %  NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY -No. 63C 7069 | M .VIS" A SIllKKY. > %  ulntlff. ,\i!v^ivn.i.i: mvttltlt?"* '~ v l lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE \|;:s. MARY LUCILLE SHIRK.Y VilU Motor Hotel g }0 i-:.i i \;ii Buren phoenix, Ariaona v. I MARY LUCILLE SHIRES nre i notified thai a Complaint for ,.., i,... i... n fill 'i against > % %  11. nijil you are required to .-iv,a cop) i Answer i r Pleading to the l,iii .: i plaint on the plaintiff's I ,. (JEOROK .1. ALBOl'M, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach i, Florlilii and fiU 1 the original Answer or ., in the office "f the Cli rk ol • • cult 'ourt "ii or before the • llh day of August, I9C3 If you fall ,|,, no, judgment by default will be t.k.-n against you for in-' relief daman led In the mil of Complaint This nu.ii' ahall be published once week for four ronsecutiyi weeks In THE JBWI8H l-LORIDIAN IHJNB AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla '-'7th day of June, A.D. B B I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida tseal) By: N. A. HBWinT, j •> >put) I'lork riF.oRi'BJ ALBOl'M, B8Q. ISO |.in..In Road t-'laml lleach 3i>, Florida Aitoi ney for Plaintiff. 7 :-U-l-J6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE! IS HEREBY I'.IVKN that the undersigned, desiring ;> engage In business undi r thi fictitious name ol TROPIX MKNS SHOP at 17234 Coliii.s Avi .. SIWmT Fla., nfi nds re| later aald name with the Clerk of thi Circuit Court of Dade County, F AL-QEN, INC. 0 ner : r,-i2-i9-3fi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4615 MAUTA OCEGUEH \. Plaintiff, vs. SI UtOlO c OCEOUERA. I vfendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 1i SERUM > 11. OCBU'BH \ .-., %  •, liafael 1 1 77 Parada 22, 1,1 ... Pu< i to Itlco. You, sKK'iio i> OCEGUBRA. s i 171 I'arada !2 Banturce, l' I: „ are required to file MOW answei t" ill. i loiaplatnt for divorce, with the „ ul the above Court, and serve Ij thei • of upon lino I'. Negretti, Vti iv :•!" 11 'ongress Bldg., ill X.E -iid Ave., Miami, Florida, on or : foi %  1 he ".Hi i!.i\ of August, I!". %  iplalnt w ill % % %  taki n an eon. ,i n t-d tl 27th day of June, 1983 E 11 LEATHBEM \N. Clerk, i'I irt, 1 '.id. i in' -. Florida |tj \ A HEWETT, Deput) i' • %  7 J-12-19-M IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 59837 C : i' .it.of Si %  '.• IMOS CRAMER ,*, ,| NOTICE TO CREDITORS I irs and All Pi i sons II.iv I; • ..i Demands Agalnal bald i %  .,'. hereb) nol Ified and re:.i sent .mi I.. Ims and de mands which you in.i\ have ..I tiiti of SOLOMON CRAMER .! %  • %  •! lati "f I Hide i 'ountj Florida, 1.1 ii-..County Judges of Dade .ill. I file the sa in, in ilupll nd .,.pro Ided In Reel i"" 71 : l(, Stalin.-'-. In their o '";< %  .In %  'imy Ciiurthtmae. In Dad< Couni i#-n da, within alx calendar months the lime of ilufirst publication %  •; the same will be barr< di %  • d HI Miami, l lorida, this nth i i f June, An AH \llli CRAMER \Exi. utrlx M V MI'.K.MKI.I, for Executrix W rd \v. Miami, 7 :.-12-l!>-?6 'listen to himl With my people suffering 3000 years of persecution and misery ... he wants I should be emotionally secure." ^____ Copi. •), Dorn> PoxfiKliwii LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRBR> I1IVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious na of JtiYA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS in |07u N.W. 37th Court, Miami, Fla., Ini tiii.l.Iregister said name with the Clerk "f the Cln ill Court of Dade Count) Fli • MICHAEL UIOIA Sole ''^ ior 7 ">-12-19-2C IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51.928 IN RE: Estate "f SAUI. vSHBKNAZY I %  • i SASHA VSHKEN \/Y [i asi i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given lhat we filed our F I and Petition i"i Dlatrlbutlon and Final DUil'.nt. :oexecutors of Hi" estate ol s.nil Ashkenav, i Saaha Vsh.i. ci n %  d: ind that on the 11 I ily, 196 :. ill appl) to the H hie Count) Judges of Dad* County, Florida, for apnroval of said Klnal Repoi l and fi r dlsti Ibntion and fimil di-i hnrgi .1• \rutors of the • -tale ol 1 hi nami >i di 1 di nl This li'th dav of June, IM cil Mtl.KS l.M'l'iiW WARREN > ^\ EI'MAN WEPMAN It \\ i:i'M \N Attorm ys 47 lil>. .. cne Bull Miami 32, h lorida 6 1 I-21-2S, "IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6CC 6678 VBEf.ARDO ill ERRA, Plaintiff, ENA Ol'ERRA, I •.I. ml.-inl. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Tl 1: ENA Ol'ERRA 1 '.-irqiic V'lda] 21, Santa Clara, 'ul' 1. YOU, ENA Ol'ERRA, Parque Vlda 21, Unnta Clara, Cuba, are required i" file your answer to the Complaint for Divorce, with the Clerk of the above Court, and aerve a copy thereof upon Glno P. Nogrettl, Attorney 910-11 Congress Bldg., 111 N E. "nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, on or before the 23rd diry of July, 1968, or els,, complaint will bo taken as confessed. Dated tliis 1Mb day of June, 1961, K. B. I.KATIIKKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAN, Deputy Clerk ii L'I-:'S. 7 S-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! aolicits your legal notice*. We appreciate yout patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I'll :i-11.05 tor messenger service IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 6C017 C IN RE Est He of Jl'NE MARK IN K VVY. Hi %  ..,-..1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS M and All Persons tin na 01 Demands Agalnat %  ai • %  hi %  eby notlfli 'I ami reri wilt all) ilalins and di vhlch 1 11 ma \ hs vi 1 nlnsi 1 't .11 X 1: MARK >N K A'l "/. tl I l>a l"i IUIH) l-'loi %  1 ant) Judg< "i 1 lade thi sann in dupli%  1 Ided In Mecilo -• %  • in theli offlci Hi %  0111 1 hoti -. ;n Ihiili Copi %  1 ivithln six ealendai 11 line "i 1 he fii-i iiublli al ion the sami .\ II In %  %  1 I 1 11 Miami, 1 o In, this !7th • 1 .. \ 1 • MIl.Ti i.\ \ KHIKDll \ N llldg., Miami Si, I \1. %  •• V I'KI i:i i.MAN %  1 J in Mai on Kata ^ 11• %  llldg., Miami J2, Floi 1 is 7 7,-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. S8978-A IN RE: Estate "f JI'AN H BLIAKIM, 1 1... a-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors ..1 I All IVis ms 1 In cIns Claims or Dam is Against Said Esiali You ar.hereby notified and required t" present an) rlulms and demands that you max have aenlnst ih,estate "i .ll'AN S KI.IAKIM il...as,,l late "f Mad.County. Florida, to, the County Judgi s af 1 "ade Count). and %  I fib ihe ame In din llcate and .iprovided in Becllon 733 16. I lorida Stat. |n the Count) 11I1 H, 'n th< • offl c thouse in D ity, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of tho first publication hereof, ,,r thi 1 arlll Ii"i red Dated al Miami. Fli rldii, this ith da) oi June, A.D. PETER M LOPEZ As Admin strator MONEY EPRONSi iN > f..r Admlnl-trator 2 II S. 111 It Tl ,-l I % %  : 'j II -." %  -' IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No 63-2263 l.i HIS KAl'Kl., Plaintiff, vs. JACK !.. nt.KNS, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR INDEBTEDNESS TO: JAI "K 1. il.KN'S Philadelphia, Pa. You are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint for Indebtedness lias been filed against you, and you are r, rpjl i.i to -. %  <. a cop) of \ "in Answer or Pleading In Ihe Rill "f Complaint "'i ihe Plaintiffs Attorneys, KHEVIN. tiOODMAN & lit il.T/.M AN. J46 Hey bold Kullding, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer or I", ndlng in the offli %  of • • Cli rk "i the %  "Ii II I'OUI I 1: rd on or before the Mli da) of J ly, 1963. II II 1 Judgment by .defaull will I..taken .I.MH-'I you for thi relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint, Thla notice shall be published once 1 week for i"ni' consecutive weeke In Till: IEW ISH KI.OR1DI VN. 1'iiNi: .nil OKDEKEli ill Miami. Dade County, Florida, tliis 17th da) of .Inn. A 11., 1963. .1 lMcCRAI "K EN, Clerk of the Civil Court of R< 1 ord 1 'ad,1 "ounty, Florida call Ily: CH \I:I.I:S c. PAOE, 11,-nut\ Clerk si I i:\l.N-. Hi Mil i.MAN & HOLT Z.MAN Vtto neys for Plaintiff 146 Seybold Huiliiiii Miami TJ. Florida By: Harry M. Rosen .'i 21-28, 7 "'-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59628 IN RE: Estate of KADIE HRONSTEIN 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You are hereby notified and 1*0|quired t" present any claims and demands which you may have the estate of SADIE BRONSTE1N deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t" the County Judges uf Dade County, and file I hi same In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16 I'l'.i Ida Statutes, In theli ffi es In tlie County I'OUI ihi'ii" 11 Dade Coun i>. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of 1 he ri: si publli %  • %  loi hi reof, or the %  me 111 l barred. 1 lat.-il at Miami, Flw Ida, 1 ils Jtl day of June, A.D JOSEPH IMiSE As Executor BYRI N I. si VRHER A ii". 11. y f"i Executor 120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach, Fla. ll -".-:''•. '.-!'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •TICK is HEREBY (ilVKN %  i. il. 1 Ing t gag • and. r Ihe Ii. lin "imini ', OtMARA JANE DKEHS SHOP -'i %  "oral Win Miami. 1 i,. 1 Ida i" ri glater said name with ';. I 1: thai %  in of at illIhc 'h of tii.. circuit Court of Dad mty, Florida. II-ADY* wi'\iti:i.s CO., INC. ii) 1 is. .Miners, President MVYERS Attoi m> r, r ciadvs' Apparels Co., Inc. 1 ungress Building 12, Florida 7 .-'-I2-I9-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai inderalgned, di airing to en %  under the fictitious tuunes of '"• \ \l.l K. THE l:u: VALUE, BIO \M.i'K FOOD STORES, and THE !• %  V'AM'E liii'U STORES, at 16385 1 "i" Highway, North Miami %  lorida Intends to register said '|'with the Clerk "i tinCircuit ""it • f Dnde County, Florida. II.'IW ul-' Ml \MI. INC.. .. a r lorida 1 'oriioratlon *'>\ NER ,vMANNHE1MBR Vlt„, '• • Flow of M ii. Inc. 1 |l 'ration. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6362 THERESA P TlllPI, I:ISM:I.I. .1 TRIPI, I I, fe'lil.lllt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti' ::rssi:i.i. .1 TRIPI "v Donald Drlv. Town of Cheek 1 < New 1 Tou, l:rssi'.l.l. -i Tltu-i. are herein notified that a Bill "f Complaint tor DlTorce has been filed against mil. and M.u are i.i,ai:id to serve a r your Answer or PI* idlng py ti ii 31-28, 7 i-13 the Bill of Comulalnt on the I'lainuiiAttorney. I;HI.IMAN. BOLDSTEIN .< I'AC'/IKU. 2401 Weal Flngler Street, Miami 15, Florida and Ttti tin Original Answer or Blaading '" Ihe. office of the Clerk of the CTrc lit Court on or i„ fore Ihe l">th da) of duly, ttt.3. von fail 10 ii.. so, judgment i>> defaull "will he taken against y.u ror Ihe relief d.nianii.ii In tl" Bill of Complaint This notice gtntli '• luihllnhed once each week for four consecutlye weeks in THE .IKW1SII I l.i'KUM VN. DONE AN ID BRET) at Miami. Morlda. Ihls loth day of June. A U E B L-EATHERM \N, Clerk, i 'In lit Court, "1 %  .."my. Florida (aeai) n> 1 N. A HEW BTT. 1 i,.|,i" 1 Mk Qoldman, Ooldsteln .v Pacsler 1401 \\ ,-i 1 le Street Miami 36, Fla NE Attorneys for Plaintiff .,,,,, 6. ll--l--\ • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY I5IVEN thai the nnd, ralgned, desiring to engage In in sine.s under the fictitious names "f VAI.l i: VAY. liiil'Kl.i: V, THE BIO V, vv, at 16383 West Dixie Highway, North .Miami Beach, Florida Intends to reg stcr -aid namewith the Clerk .,f the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. f 1.1 i\v 1 F MIAMI. INC a Floi Ida coi poration KOVNER *. MANNHKIMKIt Attorneys foi Flow of .Miami, Inc. 6/21-38. %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6455 IN I TEN, 1 laintlff, WILLIE .1. TOOTEN, Di •• n.lam. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y. ll" \\ ILI.1E ,1. 'I %  ITEN, Route 2, M.i.h-. n. Oeori 1 nol Ified to serve a up; of j answei 'o Dill lint fib '! %  011 mi Plalntifl IEi iR'IE NICH1 iL VS, 61 2 N VV 12th \vi Ml nnl. 1 ia HI. 1 I le original with Clei this 1 'ourl on %  r b< fore 19th day of .1 nly, |963, i-ttlel VV ise at Will ise Chemical Sales Co. mot Inc.) at -:• %  '<• N.W. S9th Avenue, Miami, Florida intendto register -aid name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Couri "f Dade County, Florida. LESLIE F11HRO Sole Owner LEONARD K W.lsll \11..1 n. x for Applicant 1629 1 'uivm Building 1. n-'.'i-:'-.. 7 :. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. .1 n 1; 18 )IKKi:i'.Y GIVEN that the nude signed, desiring to engage In business under the flctltous name of PAR VI 'ISi: FOOD s \I.KS al lit!, St., Mlaleah, Florida in1.11.ls to register said name with the thi circuit Court "l Dade Florida. AKN'i il.l' WISSER l" %  ;•; E 14th Street I llaleah, Florida M.YIN N. WEIN8TBIN v for Applicant M ill Blaeayns Bldg. rk of iiul>'. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DAIN PROBATE No. 55439-C IN III'. Eatate u* HERBERT S. STi:iH'.-S I', ISI d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors 1 nd All Persons Having Clal 1 or 1 '• 11 anda Against Said %  You are her 'by notified and required i" M esenl an 1 claims and di man iwhich > "it ma) h ve against the estate of HERBERT S. STROI'SS deceased late of I Hide County, 1 lorida, to the 1". unity Judgi s of 1 kide County, and file the same m their offices in the County Courthouse In l>ade Co i\. Florida within six calendar months from thi dat. 01 the first publication hereof, or the same will !• barred, I _-,j I' IT A R UNEY W. 11. RICHARDS Co-Admlnisti ators I. R. MAYERS, Attorna) 1612 Congress Building Miami, Florida •; 2S, 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6716 ESTER HEGEDl'S and JULIA MERE, Plaintiff, vs. I. K. ROBERTS REALTY COMPANY, a dissolved Florida corporation, i ala., I lefendant NOTICE TO APPEAR THE STATE 1 IF Fla IRII 'A Tii THE DEFENDANTS: JAMES F HI'RLEY, s ln tii A Si' II A P K R and ELIZABETH SCHAPER, Ins wife. -I K liOBER I'S ami 101'FIK C. ROBERTS, his Wife, iW. MINKL.ER and BERTH \ 1. MINKER, his w fe, al d Jl 'UN .1. HPRLEY, 1 slngli man, whose realntid addn re unknown and ai e ii"t know 'i t" he d< ad 01 alive, and II defendants are .1. ad, thi n Ihe unknow n sn %  11-. hi devisei s, gi an•. ~ isslgi '' nthi r pal lies i 1 f by, thr gh "i under or against such deceased party, and all unknown persons or parti, „ n a< ing 01 cl hai •ah) 1 Ight, title or Interest In and t" the fdllow ng til -' 1 il" tl 'and. lo wit: Lots 8 and 7 of Block 17 TAM1 \MI PINES, a subdlvisli a iii Dade County, Florida, as pi r Plal thereof recorded in Plat Book 14, pags H of ihe Public Records ol Dad< County, Florida. You and each of you are hereby notified thai suit has been filed In the above named Court by the above named plaintiffs for ii"purpose of quieting title "f the plaintiffs in and to ihe property involved, bereinabovi ,i. scribed. Y"F ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a COO) of your answer or pleadings on ARONOVITZ, SILVER ad,1 '..Miii.v 11 la (seal) B) K M I.Y.MAN, I ll llUt) • 'lei |( ARONOVITZ, SILVER A BCHER Al torm v for I 'I tlnl Iffs r.i'7 Alnslej llldg Miami '•'-'. Fla 6 :M -'-'s. 7 5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "-IE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU ~ C F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 6718 BAMI'EL CKNIN, Plaintiff, vs. BONTA HKNIN. I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Si >N1A GEN1N YOB AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED a I'oinplBlnt for Divorce hab" • I filed agalnsl you and you quired to serve a copy of your 1 swer or pleading to the Complain*. : Divorce on the plaintiffs attorm • SIDNEY KFi'.i 1N.-11N. I'll Sectirit) Trust Building, Miami :v:. and file Ihe 01 le nol answer or • ing In the office of the Clerk of tl Circuit Courl on or before •..• 1 day of July, *'••'' %  otherwise, the C plaint for l> von heretofori H • herein will !• taken as conf I i \ ia). DATED at Miami. Florida, this *8tl day of June. K. r. LEATHDRMAN, Clet 1 'ir.ant Coul t. I • ide '"Htm I (seal) I'v : K. M. l.YMAN, Dcmiti Clerk SI I iNKY EFRONSi IN Attorney for PI 241 s. rll 1 T -' Bids;. .Miami %  -. Florida 8 21 %  :•. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. IT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the inderslgned, desiring t" ent business under tin flctltous n. THE I'ENNSIDE COMPANY 1051, Miami II, I" Ida Inti nds ti f Kt er sa ihe Clei pf 1 Circuit 1 '"'""1 of 1 lad. 1 "ounl INVESTMENT .v DEVEIAJPA CORP %  >F F I I ill 11 A, BOli VRTHfR W. KARLICK Attorm v for Applicant 921 N.W 14th SI Miami. I ii ll-."-. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC1 ""* IN AND FOR DADE COUN" %  FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59952C IN RE: Estan ot Ii ISEPH STEIN a k a JOE STEIN I 'e. ensi .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T/i All Creditors and All PersonIng Claims 01 Demands Agalnsl %  Sou are hi ri by notified quln 'I t" pre-, nt any claims mands w hli li > n may ha> • -. stati of JtiSEPH BTEIN JOE STEIN deceased lati Countv, Florida, t" the County J idgof pad.County, and file thi duplicate and as provided In -• %  7*18.16, Florida Statutes, In thi Nces in the County Courtho 1 iad. County, Florida, within • 1 .iidar months from the time %  first publication hereof, or ti will he barred. 1 ia led ai Mia it, Florida, this I %  %  lav of June, vi' I96S. SEYMOCR .1 SIMON As Ancillary Administrator C.T \ Flrsl publication of this no the '.'Mil dav nf .lane. 1968 SIMON, II VYS .v ORI'NDWERG AH. a n, v s for Anclllai y Idminlstrntor, 1" T A. ::• I Alnslev Bulkl Miami %  '.-. Ilorida 8 28, T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4023 THE II.1.1 VMSBCRGH EAVI> 3 HANK Plaii I EDW \ 1 : i I' M IN and M VRY 1,1 'i ISI: MCLIN, his w ife. Defendants, NOT.CE OF SUIT TO: Edward K McUn and 1... n -. Mi Lin, inw Ife, '; %  known llvi and I the ulikn.'W 11 In 1 'l.v i-..-. %  tees, asalgm 1 •, llenors, credltl trustees "i other claimants lali by, through, umler or against any the above named defendants who deceasi d. You are hereby notirieii th.it '.n. above captloued action has been nstltut.il against you in the Clrcui Courl of the Eleventh .indicia' 1 cult of Florida In and for Dadl O ly lo foreclose a lilol'maKe UBOfl thi following described real property: l„>t :'. 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= Page 12-A f M i$l' norkfc** 1 Friday. ]\. % %  19631 The New Pope By MAX LERNER — II w Rome. The signs here in Rome all pent to the fact that (be ****** vithin the Catholic Church, hich John XXIII set In motton in the three, brief, crowded years before his death, will go on because it can not be stopped and can scarcely be maintained. There is evidence that even the late Pope did not quite kJOW how far-reaching would be the consequences of his idea lor caUMg a world council of Catholic bishops. Once the suggestions cam ing in from every corner of the world, they formed an Irresistible Hood. Restive under the conservative rule of the Roman Cunal oltices which were dominated by Cardinal Ottaviani the men who earned on the ChurcrTs work in the field had been waiting long tor a chance to express their ideas for modernization. Add to this the proposal, largely the idea of Augustin Cardinal Bea. for establishing relations with non-Catholic religious bodies and add further the idea ol reclaiming the silent areas ol the Church behind the Iron Curtain, and you get some notion of how deep the currents of change were running when Pope John died. Cardinal Montini's swift success, on only Hie second day of balloting, marked another revolutionthat of the non-Italian cardinals irom whom Pope John had received his strongest support. Coming from Belgium, Holland, West Germany. Austria, France, thev expressed the consciousness of the new Europe which is being ploughed up by deep social and intellectual furrows of change, as against the older forces represented by the majority of the 29 Italian cardinals. There is a new Italy too, which is part of the new Europe, but Cardinals like Ottaviani, Tardini. Ruffini and Seri did not express it. Cardinal Montini, who in his .Milan post had to deal with the ferment in the great industrial triangle of north Italy, did express the new Italy and the new Europe magnificently. For the Italian conservatives, faced with a choice between an Italian or a non-Italian liberal, Montini seemed the lesser evil. For the Europeans, his election marked a brilliant victory, but I suspect that next time they will not be content with another such victory, but will consolidate their undoubted strength and insist on a non-Italian. The days seem numbered when a single small country can claim a third of the memo: rs of the Sacred College and thus hold the balance of power in what must be a world-wide faith if its influence is to survive. Paul VI started with the advantage of being clearly the late Pope's own choice. John went out ol his way to show it by making him the first new cardinal he created, by giving him signal honors, by giving him quarters in his own apartment, by keeping him from the limelight in the consilar controversies so that he would not become unacceptable to the moderates and conservatives. The dramatic circumstances of John's death made this preference irresistible. John was not only bold, but intensely huirur. This humanity) caught the world's imagination. The people who massed in St. Peter's Square during the days before his death were there because they didn't want an old man to die alone. They wanted to help him meet death. The carryover of this popular wave of feeling could not help but reach the cardinals. The man they chose will carry on the projects which John started. Yet he is a very different type of man—not a man of peasant roots who turned out to have the genius of simplicity—but a bookish man. a master of words and style, ,brilliant intellectual, an organizer and administrator, a diplomat, a man with an inside knowledge of both clerical and secular politic-. One guesses that a number of cardinals who voted for him will anxiously wait to see whether he fulfills their analysis of him. On one score he is likely to temper Pope John's policies. Many moderate as well as conservative people in the Catholic Church feel that John's •Pacem in Terris" encyclical was badly timed for the Italian elections and was one of the factors, although not the decisive one. that helped the Communist victory by seeming to remove the religious Taboo from communism. As one of the architects of the Christian Democratic Party, and as the man who had the face-to-face talks with de Gaspen on the relations between party and Church. Paul VI can scarcely be accused of being naive about the Communists and their tactics. I doubt whether they arc happy about his election. The meeting between Pope Paul and President Kennedy must be seen as one of the most dramatic events of the decade—a meeting between a liberal Catholic head of the greatest world power and the liberal head of the world Catholic Church. Coming two days after the Pope's coronation, at the end of weeks of almost uninterrupted drama, it will attract the world's attention even more than Kennedy's Berlin visit before it and more than de Gaulle's German visit afterit If anyone doubted the President's wisdom in going through with his European trip, and his political luck, this confrontation will prove' them wrong on both scores. Dr. Shapiro Will be Speaker i„. Arthur Shapiro, chiropracUc physician, will speak on imFomenting President Kenne* s Physical F.tnes< Program on Tuesday noon at the weekly lunch,on meeting ol the Miami Beach udg e ,,) B'nai B'rith. 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f/ie 0(/ oman s "WorU Jewish Floridian "lori:r Friday, July 5, 1963 Section B r Olom Names 'Sister of Year' r ke 'r>> n [ Irs \\ %  i put I Ban, ih'. ecipint of the "Sister of award initiated by the ip department of the )r Olom Sisterhood was .Ham Jacobs, who has tund-raising vice presiihe past year cob* received a plaque ndinu contributions to id Sisterhood" at a rei.i I donor luncheon at in Hotel the Bronx. N.Y.. in 1932. Marilyn grew up attended Roosevelt High [er mother devoted herer home, husband and until her passing, when .is 14 years old. She Hither > aughter, Rulii, lives with her family in Mrs. Jacobs and her Bill were married 10 years ago. and their J marriage also marked the start of another happy relationship, for barely two years later, Marilyn's father and Bill's mother were married, ard are still living in New York City. The Jacohs couple came to Miami nine years ago. and four years igo moved into their new home, with sons Alan, now 9, and Bruce, HOW 5. Alan attends Rockway Elementary School, and Bruce goes to Temple Or Olom Nursery! School. Mrs. Jacobs drives the school bus, and as "Miss Marilyn" is i much loved by her many children. She is also a Den Mother for Cub! Scout Pack 216. Four years ago, J when they settled in their new I home, Mrs. Jacobs joined Temple Or Olom Sisterhood and became active. She started on the Kitchen Committee, "people began saying hello to me" and very quickly friendships were formed. The following year, she worked on the donor committee, and then was chairman of the Ten Percent Club for two consecutive years. These were her official duties, but her sights were always set on further goals than just getting the job at hand done. Despite her complete involvement in the Temple, Mrs. Jacobs finds time and energy for hobbies and other interests. She is a member of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Post 223, she loves to sew and takes great pride in this accomplishment, she is an enthusiastic Maj Jong player, parti3-B of ilanieo at la Urs. and Mrs. William Jacobs receives a plaque designating her as "Sister of the Year" at a recent annual donor luncheon of Temple Or Olom Sisterhod. cipating in the Sisterhood tournafeels that her husband's moral ments. and even teaches beginsupport and good nature played ners to learn the game. j a major part in her receiving this Above all things. Mrs. Jacobs, award. by ISABEL GROVE the bull fights in Madrid changing of the guards at .ham Palace in London. in •:... i>mans. Florence and traveling with daueMer arc ticking off the sights in Europe and relishing moment of this, their first ii;[ broad I • ne experience for the Jeri\ Sugermana on their annual 10 the West Coast out of Vegai "plus" tool "minus" Found the i in > in Los Angeles in fine fetth Storing up lots of hap;-\ re mories with the adorable uram children %  i from the north to bask i sunshine for a few weeks -;i with cousins Mr. and Howard Grove, Aaron • if New York City ing down, he stopped in tii scoop up sister Rachel Herman) Budnick. her arable youngster-, and an cute niece • • ing a trophy almost as she is. Joan Manheimer • >in Houston. Tex., where d two other Beach High students won three honors in speech and debate in a National Forensic League contest Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Manheimer. the pretty deb's forte is extemporaneous speaking .. Another outstanding student, Michael N. Mi-heloff. a 19M honor graduate of Miami Senior High, has been named to the Dean's List for academic excellence at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. Calif. He's the son of Mrs. Molly Misheloff • t • Convinced that Southern Florida is a vacation paradise, even for residents. Pauline Sater and Lil Blasberg are traveling no further than the Diplomat for the holiday weekend Excited phone call from Lil's two precious grandsons last week, their pony "Princess" had foaled Coll of the royal lineage named Duke.' of course Over 100 guests enjoyed the music and dancing around the pool area at the open house parContinued on P.ge 2-B '#, 17, t ,*&*** go places, do thingsin a carefree dacron costume i v. 29.95 Mrs. Herman Howard (second from left), one of the orgamzars of Women's American ORT in this area, receives a plaque "'or untiring work for Southeastern Florida Region of worn ens American ORT." Presentation was made at the organnation's honor roll luncheon at Westbrooke Country CWD recently. Others pictured (left to right) are Mrs Harry Rosenblatt, ^mediate past president of the group. Mjs "owara. Mm. Alan Tannen vice president, and Mrs. Harold Schneider, heasuier. New colorings glow wiih subdued lustre in a beautiful blend of Dacron polyester Avron rayon that stays fresh through repeated washings. Easy short-sleeved dress and jacket are lined for shape retention. Tone on tone pottery blues, hacienda gold brick Misses' sizei. MISSES' BETTERJORESSES MIAMI (THIRD FIOORV AlSO DAOEIAND, MIAMI BEACH. 163.d STREET TT. lAUCEROAlE. WEST TAIM BEACH J



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&f i^iUirhrklian^ 1 Page 2-B ^ocialit • • • b\i Ssabel C/ tf Continued from Page %  %  y hosted by Barbara and Herman Kellman last Saturday night Joining their parents on the receiving line, daughter .Tanice and son Terry, who later deserted the family in favor ol leading the band Evening marked the first public appearance of the Mermells, Peggy and Mac. who had welcomed newest addition to the family just five days before Infant Clifford has three brothers, but only one sister. e Perfect timing for the crew and officers of the 454th. who flew a special mission on a KC135 out of Columbus AFB. Columbus. Miss., to Homestead AFB on Thursday. June 27 Assist ant Crew Chief Mark J. Schul diner, A/C. a graduate of Miami Beach High, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schuldiner. who promptly invited several ol the crew members to spend the weekend in their home at 1018 Meridian Ave. First time in The Sunshine City for Crew Chief A/lc Thomas Berridye Stall Sgt. John Riffle and Bob Hughes. OMS • Back al Columbus AFB now they've all the hours swimming and sightseeing here to recall. Ruth Brotman leaving lor the north Will spend the holiday weekend in her native Philadelphia with close relatives, then travel on to Montreal and Ottawa, where she will altend the Canadian Authors Convention Later in the summer, she'll visit San Francisco with tier COUSins, the Naoum Blinders Blinder, former concert master of the San Francisco Orchestra, now emeritus, is the only teacher of the famous violinist Isaac Stern Comes September. Ruth will return here to pursue her musical activities. a Marking time while Gen and the children. Lynn and Howard, are gone Ron Levitt spends manv of his evenings on the tennis courts at Westbrooke Country Club In Skokie. III., with Geri's parents, the Morris Wortsmans they'll be home some time i„ July ... Then it will be Ron's turn to take off with his wife for Panama ... The Sylvan Lipkins and Gerald Falicks dinner hosts for long time friends Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shayewitz Another genial host, Martin Woolin. who entertained at his Palm Island home in honor ot Lili Van Hecke, French novelist, who has had five books published, three in French and two in German • Home for a two-week trip north, which combined business and pleasure, the Michael Sossins who made it all the way to Canada Owner of the Blackstone Retirement Hotel. Sossin attended two senior citizen gatherings in Washington and Michigan En route home, son Mark was dropped oil at camp in North Carolina where he'll spend the summer The Misses Lillian and F.sther Goodman, leaving early next week tor 9 41-day tup to Israel rove and Europe, have bid their jnany frlfil &><• farewell Planing to Marseille, they'll board a Zim line ship there for Haifa and a two-week stay in Is raet I***' calendar is crowded with receptions at the Ha dassah Medical Center. Hebrew University. Technion and the new Tel Aviv HiltojUlotel^which will beot pan.cu.ar interest to Lillian since she serves on the planning and building commit Friday, Tuly 5. 19B3 tee of the hotel Next ports will be Athens and Venice, followed by flights to Monte Carlo, Spam, Portugal, Paris. London and New York, where theywjU spend ^ jew ex tra days before returning to South Florida' at the end of August. Parents of Blind Honor Council st Miami Senior High Southwe School. President of Parents oi the Blind, A H Toothman. Miami attorney, welcomed the Council women. Among guests were Judge and Mrs Henry Balaban; Com missioner Joseph DuMond and Howard 1 M< Millan, director ol S] ecial Education for Dade County. 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Friday. July 5 1963 vjewisti fkrkMom Page 3-B Mrs. Finkelstein Wins 'Outstanding' Award for Service from AEPhi Sorority Installation of Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood officers indued (left to right) Mesdames Joseph Katz. Ihird vice president; Charles Sokol, recoiding se;r?:iry, Morris A. Skop, installing officei; Sol 3:t5'p. wife of the Of Temple Beth tailing officer at c-y held by Sisfor the coming ; of Mrs. Leo MarI Ave., last week. %  %  ceremony was I of a "dream • mmittee's work year. isident was Mrs. ice presidents, %  icher, Mrs. Sol Charles Sokol. Mrs. Lee Aerenson; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Stem; Mrs. Wallace Mandell. parliamentarian; Mrs. Jack Somberg, mem-' bership co-chairman. Mrs. Jack Somberg, outgoing: president, was appointed chairman of the Registration Commit-] tee for the Religious School to begin Sept. 15. The new air-conditioned building is to be dedicated on Sept. 8. Also discussed were plans for the registration of classes in the Sunplans for a full program of social, education and religious activities to be sponsored each month during the coming year. Mrs. Yagoda will head the Religious Committee for the Temple Nursery School to be opened on Tuesday, Sept. 2, under the direction of Mrs. Jane Schulman. with a staff of certified nursery and kindergarten teachers. Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein, of Coral Gables, was presented with I the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Outstanding Alumna Award for Community Service at the organization's national convention held recently in Roanoke, Va. Founding president of the AEPhi chaptor at the University of Miami, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in February, Mrs. Finkelstein is at present its advisor. Also at the convention. Miss Toby Grossman, Coral Gables, received the Blanche Greenbergcr award for grades and service, and a cup for maintaining a straight A average for three semesters. A graduating senior at the University of Miami, Miss Grossman is a member of Alpha Eta chapter of the sorority. Active in many community projects, Mrs. Finkelstein is now president of the Girl Scout Council of Tropical, and chairman of the Dade County Quality Education Committee for which she received the Classroom Teacher's Association's School Bell Award and a Citation for Distinguished Services from the School Board. She is a member of the National Girl Scout Regional Committee, o! the boards of rJacfe County Council PTA. Council for International Visitors, and American Association of University Women, and of the Dade County Children' Commission. ^ She serves as chairman of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, and is a member of the AJC national board and a board member of the Travelers Aid. Israel-Bound Couple Honored Farband Poale Zion and Pioneer Women, Lcbor Zionist groups, will host a bon voyage party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Berl Mintnberg who are leaving for Israel, where they will make their permanent home. Affair is scheduled for Saturday evening at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington Ave. Program chairman is Dr. Simon Wilensky, president of the Poale Zione, and Maurice Gill is in charge of the musical portion tt the evening. Bask Mrs h Katz; secreday and Hebrew School. taries, MrMartin. Mrs. Sisierhood board completed Mrs. Alvin V.'elnstein (right), president of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. 3 nai B'rith Women, receives a certificate for the best chapter script from Mrs. Irene Gold, District 5 BBW second vice pesident, at a recent District 5 convention in Atlanta, Ga. 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Page 4-B vJknist 1 fhridHirnr 3n the 9>?ea/m of Society Perl, Jacobs Exchange Vows The Club Gigi of the Fontainelileau Hotel was the background for the marriage and reception of Sandra Lee Jacobs and Larry Perl on Sunday, June 30. Rabbi Simon April performed the evening candlelight ceremony. The bride, daughter of Karl Jacobs, Easton, Pa., is a graduate Of Phillipsburg High. She earned a Bachelor of Education detree at the University of Miami, ;.nd will enter the school system in the fall. For her wedding, she selected ; gown of pure silk peau de soie ;.nd reembroidered alencon lace. A lace panel embellished with pearls and iridescent sequins extended from the bodice to the controlled skirt. The bridal bouquet vas made up of orchids and lily..f-the-valley. Matron of honor for her sister vas Mis. Dcanne Maltzman. Barbara osman. Barbara Losman. Kosalyn Silberstcin and Susan perl were bridesmaids. Currently assistant director of public relations at the FontaineMeau Hotel, the bridegroom graduated from Miami High, and received a BBA degree in marketing from the University of Miami. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perl. 9311 SW 75th Ter., the bride_ room's brother served as his best man. Ushers included Ed Morrit, Manny Frankel. Mike Block. Miss Davis Now Mrs, Atari Dynner The Statler Hilton Hotel in Hartford, Conn., was the site of the evening ceremony uniting I Nancy Tuck Davis and Alan Roy Dynr.er, of New Haven, on Sunday, June 30. Rabbi Abraham Feldtnan otficiated at the nuptials held against a background of varied shades of pink carnations and gladioli. A icception and dinner in the grand ballroom of the hotel followed. Daughter of Dr. and Mr. Eugene M. Davis, of Manchester, Conn., the bride was given in marriage by her father. Her bellshaped sheath of French ribbon, lace was fashioned with a peau de soie train the elbow-length veil was held by a pillbox headdress, and she carried white full bloom roses, stephanotia and baby's breath. Lauren Hope Davis served her sister as maid of honor, and Lucy McCaffrey, Brenda Lou Snell and Jacqueline Taft were attendants. Best man was Peter H. Brink. and Raymond N. Roth, John Eliot Sands and C. Stephen Baldwin were groomsmen. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dynner. 1520 Ancona Ave. A graduate of Coral Gables High and a magna Bradford Baohnu ii •MS, AIAN vrimm cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College in Hanover. Nil.. be is now attending Yale Law School, where he is a member of Corbej Court and Phi Beta Kappa. Mrs. Dynner is an alumna of dishing Academj in Ashburnliam. Mass., and of Wheelock College in Boston. When they return from a wed ding trip to Jamaica, the couple will live in New Haven. Miss Gifter Eyes Rites in August A summer wedding is beingplanned by Miss Snlomis Gifter and Rabbi Ephraim Z. Eiaenberg. Engagement and approaching %  ruptials of the co^gjfi is^beiqg^a;^ i.ounced by the bride-elects parents Rabbi and Mrs. Mordecal Gifter, of Wickliffe. Cleveland, O. The prospective bridegroom, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eisenberg. 4421 Sheridan Ave. Ordained by the Ner Israel Rabbinical College of Baltimore. Md., he is now attending the Graduate School of Talmudic Research. The future bride is on the fac! u ity of the Hebrew. Academy ..of Cleveland. Marriage will be held in August. Levys Reveal Beatrice's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy, 3056 SW 13th St.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Beatrice Lorraine, to Ronald Epstein. The bride elect attends the University of Miami from which her husband graduated. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Epstein. 1218 Advana Ave. Werner-Kahn i MRS. IARRY MM Perl, Onrot In Toronto Rites On their return from a honeySteve Silberstein moon in Jamaica, the couple will T h e former Janice Onrot and "nd M.-rv Adelman live at 340 Madeira Ave. Charles G. Perl were married Mrs. Pasternak Wed in Organza The Lombardy Hotel was the setting for the wedding and dinrer reception of the former Linda Strunin and Alan Pasternak on Sunday, June 30. Dr. Irving Lehrnan officiated at the evening nuptials. Attended by her sister. Mrs. R. A. Littman. the bride wore a silk i ganza gown with lace and pearl ppliques featuring a scooped i ecklinc and short sleeves. Daughter of Mrs. Gladys Strunin. 2897 SW 23rd Ter.. and the late Jay Strunin. the new Mrs. Pasternak is a graduate of Miami Senior High, attended the University of Florida, and received a degree NOW! KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF Qualify Flavor Kashrtifh • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 • i ni r-Knhn MRS. ALAN PASTtRNAK in education from the Universitj oi Miami, she is now teaching in the Dade County school sys tern. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pasternak. 1240 lith St. Now with the L'.S. Treasury Department, he is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended the University of Florida, and earned a degree at the University | of Miami. He is a member of the Masons. Following a trip through Florida, the newlyweds will live in South Miami. Sunday, June 30. at the Clanton Park Synagogue in Toronto. For her wedding, the bride chose a traditional gown of white chantilly lace with reembroidered appliques on the fitted bodice. Peau c'.e soie draped the gown in scallops returning to the long train in back. The pearl and rhinestone headpiece featured a pearl drop in center, and she carried orchids on her confirmation Bible. Maid of honor was Marilyn Freedman, with Marlene Onrot, the bride's sister. Nanci Green, Marsha Onrot. Lynn Perl and Annette Feldman. bridesmaids. Flower girl was Cindy Perl. Serving as best man was Oscar Tunis. Donald Witchell, Norman Shanes, Lennie Feldman, Jack Leon and Irving Mandell were' groomsmen. The bride's brother. Martin Paul Onrot. was ring bearer. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Onrot. 14890 NE 11th Ave.. for nierly of Toronto, the new Mrs Perl was a student at Glen Park School there. She graduated from North Miami Senior High and attended Miamf-Dade Jufcior Col lege Her grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Feldman and Mr. i'lid Mrs Louis Onrot. \ senior, majoring in Spanish at the University of Miami, the bridegroom is also a graduate ol North Miami Senior High. His parents are Mr. and Mrs, A S Perl, lS.-> NE 123rd St. On their return from a honey moon in Canada, the newlyweds will live in Miami. MRS. CHAftUS PERI Miami Girl At Brandeis Institute A Brandeis University student, Arleen J. Eisen. 21010 NE 26th Ave.. is one of 26 juniors from nine U.S. colleges who left New York on July 1 to participate in Brandeis' third annual Jacob Hiatt Institute in Israel. The six-month program, conducted by members of the Bran* deis faculty, offers students the opportunity to live in Jerusalem while learning the Hebrew latv guage and investigating Israel's political, social and historical institutions. Classes and seminars are supplemented by field trips to farm settlements, industrial areas, desert drilling stations and port .ireas. After completion of course study and travel in Israel, the students will spend three weeks in Europe helore returning home at the end (1 December. Director of the Hiatt Institute is Dr. Howard M. Sachar, historian and author of "The Course of Modern Jewish History. Perfect K Ksiwer ENJOY-HEALTHFUL MOMta MiiHIilnjnUt-Kimcm! HENRY E. MANGELS COMPANY 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 Professional ORT In First Meeting ; First Business and Professional j Chapter of the Southeastern Flor, ida Region, Women's American ORT, is holding its initial meeting, on Tuesday, evening at the Sea i Gull Hotel. ; A member-bring-a-member affair, those joining the group at the charter meeting will be clig-, ible to participate in the charterj signing ceremony to be held in September. I. A highlight of the evening will I be a film and a panel discussion | covering many phases of the ORT I rehabilitation through training program. \ Serving as chairman of the or| ganization committee is Ethel L. Sadowsky. TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem • erve plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros, Sread mad* from select spring wheat flour • • contains no shortening. • PUMPERNICKEL • BOHEMIAN IYI • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWIST • FRENCH BREAD *EG6 ROLLS • HARD ROLLS



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Friday. July 5. 1 fJetfisfi Fkridfrar) Page 5-B WVriit r-Ktliti MRS. ICON KASSIN Miss Levy Weds Leon Kassin Sharon Levy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levy. 531 W. 30th St., became the bride of Leon Kassin on Sunday. June 23. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emra Kassin. 2812 Prairie Ave. Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss officiated at the early evening ceremony, which was held at the Lombardy Hotel, where a reception and dinner followed the nuptials. Attendants to the bride were Sally Kassin. maid of honor. Susan Kassin, Sheila Gerber, Arlcne Besely, Rebacca Manoid and Sharon Serota. Best man to the bridegroom was Joe Kassin. Mark Levy, Robert Kassin, Hank Brana and Martin Densky served as ushers. The newlyweds both graduated from Miami Beach Senior High and attended the University of Miami. The bride served as president of P'nena BBG. Following a honeymoon trip to NasaHU BBd Maine, the couple \ill live in Miami Beach. Nuptials Unite Levine, Brickman At Doral Club Married with the gold wedding ring belonging to the bridegroom's maternal grandmother, Bonnie Brickman and Roy Leonard Levine exchanged nuptial vows on Saturday evening, June 29, at the Doral Country Club, where a reception and formal dinner was held. Officiating at the double "ring candlelight ceremony wai Kabbi iamuel April, assisted by Rev. Abraham Scif. Against a decor of blue and white, the bride wore a traditional floor-lcntth gown of imported vhantilly lace with scooped neckline, fitted bodice embroidered with sequins and pearls, and long sleeve* to wrist-point. The gown was styled with a very bouffant skirt featuring six tiers of lace extending to a chapel train, and the three-tiered French illusion was held by a cut crystal crown. She carried white orchids on her mother's ivory Bible. Serving as their sister's matrons of honor were Mrs. Leonard Margolin and Mrs. Melvin Schwartz. Bridesmaid* included Janice Lewis, Roberta Pelzner. Vicki Weithorn, Vicki llirsch and Marie Barber. Debra Margolin was flower girl. Steven Schwartz, ring bearer, and Mrs. Walter Lewis wis in charge of the guest book. The bridegroom's twin brother. Barry L Levine. was his best man. and another brother. Stuart Levine, Joel Creenhut. Gary Arbcitcr. Joe Lopez and Richard Martinez wore ushers. Both graduate* of North Miami Senior High, the new Mrs. Levine attended the University of FlorVariety Plans Movie Party A mammoth popcorn-ancl-movie party for tiny tots will be held I Tuesday noun, July 16. in the_au-! ditorium of Jefferson's Super Store, So. Dixie Hwy., at SW 104th St. Sponsoring the event is the Suburban League for Variety Children's Hospital, and all funds realized will go to the hospital. The affair will feature, in addition to lunch, several hours of cartoons and movies. Chairmen of the day are Mrs. Leonard Haimes and Mrs. Stanley Sterling. Serviag on the committee are Mcsdames Norman Shore. Larry Mizn-ch. Morris Levitt and Barry Borson. Mrs. Malcolm Kushner is in charge of reservations, j President of the League. Mrs. Charles Hiinmel, announces that a series of fund-raising events tor maintenance of a bed for treatment of indigent patients will be launched in September. MRS. ROY IEVINE id a, and is now a junior at ftie University of Miami. Her husband received a degree in entomology from the University of Florida. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Mel Brickman, 1505 SW 85th Ave.. and Mr. and Mrs. William B. Levine, 1321 NE 173rd St. CHANDLERS SANBSLL STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS OF THE LOMBARDY HOTEL Under Strict Rabtr ncal Super vision. MashQiach on PremisesUN 6-6226 IS PERFECT FOR STEAKS RIBS ROAST KEF SEAFOOD VAUKD MEN* trta 95 $2 CHANDLERS Pnparid At Vtur Tabl* CMlllMlU • CMAKOtEi'S CAESAR SALAD Witt M> E>tm CHANDLERS Ask for your CHIP INS | i f. If you seek the* %£ BEST IN DINING. it's lli'mum'sf BIG PORTERHOUSE* THE KING OF Si EARS on4 So Food Specialties Oi... fwy. l.W. 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Page 6-B *Jmlst Fkridiain Fridcy, July 5, 1363 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Double Ring Rites For Ronald Levins The Diplomat Country Club was the setting for the double ring candlelight ceremony uniting Joan I Marcia Loss and Ronald Levin on Sunday. June 23. Officiating at the early evening ceremony were Rabbi Samuel Bernian. of Jersey City, N.J.. the bride's uncle, and Rabbi Alfred Waxman. A reception and dinner at the Club followed the nuptials carried out in pink and white. The bride selected a tradition,! al wedding gown of pe.iu de soie """"" vr ,r,E %  • %  : a l ucJding gown of pe.iu de soie Hyman Galbut was Bcssio'r first boy friend. She met him when j w ith a fitted bodice, sweetheart she was sixteen. They corresponded all durin the war years when i neckline, long sleeves to wristHyman was with the A.T.F., and got married as soon as he was mus-[ IX) j n t and a bouffant skirt. The tered out of service. Born in New Orleans. Bassie entered the busifour-tiered French illusion veil fell tered out of service. Born in New Orleans. Bassie entered the busi-I four-tiered French Ulus.v ..... — ness world early, after taking a business course. Since her father and i ( r0 m a cap featuring a bow trim mother were in business, she had started selling before her head was med with lace, and she carried high enough to be seen over the counter. Brought up in a very religious white orchids on a Bible. home, with a brother who later became a Attendants to the bride were rabbi, and a sister who married a rabbi,. Shirley Levin, maid of honor, and Bessie's memories of her childhood are exMadelyn Levin, bridesmaid, both trcmely happy. She feels this was due to the sisters of the bridegroom. .Mary ii-'iWitimQl rnlicriniic nh-'crvancp that hecame Fllpn f*nhin u-nc flnu-er pirl Bernard Stevens And Bride Will Live in Gables The former Mr'. June Eeizner 'and Bernard R. 5'tvens, president of Stevens supt-rmarket chain, were married on Mondj/ after noon. July 1. in Dr. Joseph \',irot's study at Tempit !-rael. Daughter of Mr. and "rs. H. Tauber. of Miami, the new Mrs Stevens, formerly of P. burgh, is a graduate i: North Western University. A well-known lyric her career has included many successful Broadway IDOWI and tMBVUion productions. The couple will live I. Cor;.l Cables. Ardmon ueineiy najjpy. onv ivcis uua aa uuc n/ nn MSU'I? UI WIC unuc-gi VUIM. .uuij traditional religious observance that became Ellen Cohen was flower girl, a part of their daily life. Today, she is bringThe bridegroom's brother, Robing up their four sons in the same way that! t rt Levin, served as his best man, she was raised. j and ushers included Harold Loss To a close-knit family like the Gaibuts,, a nd Barry Loss, the bride's broththe observance of the Shabbat is a wonderful %  s Ivan D'amond and Edward way to end the week. From the minute they ^nmunes. walk to the synagogue together, their lively Tne m-w Mrs Lev.n is a gradOmega Dental Fraternity, discussions, games, reading and fun take on. u a,e f Miami Senior High and Parents of the newlyweds are learned a degree from the I niverMr. and Mrs. Martin Loss. 39-19 Blocks to Live On Miami Beach Stephar.ie MRS. RONALD UVIN Ellen Stephanie Druccr and Lawrence M Lick exchanged nuptial vows in .. carder, wedding on Sunday. Junt 30. Daughter of Mr'. Beveny Dorfman. 1886 79th SI Cau>r<-iy, (he bride is a grtr: ate ( Miami Beach High. %  .? < fliscussioiis, games, idionig unu tun mnc vu — --i — ——-—•--— — • .: .,„, Ia | „| 0W earned a degree from the IniverMr. and Mrs. Martin Loss. 59-19 The bridegroom, son of Mr. and I ,, ,„. • v S1,v of Florida ,lcr sorority is SW 16th Ter., and Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Block. 6480 Al. %  or. R n, *"*d furnishing her house, had house, "ay. 10 a.m., over WCKT Ch 7 Kutnar ItTZ'JT 0 "T^S hcr *******. %  %  Allen I The Rabbinical Association prl fo.tZrlZLl^ hosled bv Kabbi TK n' R n £,S ," ', ng "T l" d f mshed ,he P |ann, "g lor StevStern, of Beth Jacob Cong ega' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Bower, also ligh ed candles Then the rest were lighted by friends of his mother and father Mr l*M V1 \ h af,0n J Dr and Mrs Gust ve Sermo, D and Ms Norman Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Andrews Mr anrt U i„ J Bl'a"beV Mr v and v Ml S ^^ **+ a d %  -S "St Blasberg. Now Norn, is in Chicago with Steven to attend another Bar M.tzvah Both Nomi and Stev.e feel that they can give pofnters WHY? B„*ar a dm.ht.r of Jo,*ai uLTd! r",T,'' 'Lm M^eXn ami Springs Villas. The former Saundra Ileen Schwartz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Schwartz, 2610 SW 24th St. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cohn. 2232 SW 31st Ave. A graduate of Miami Senior High, the bride is now a senior at the University of Miami School of Education and will complete her education in California. Dr. Cohn is a graduate of the University of Miami and of its school of medicine. He completed his internship at John Gaston Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., and will do surgery residency at Wadsworth V.A. Hosptial in Los Angeles. Gilbert MRS. lAWftfNCf BlOCt Mindlin on Television "Still Small Voice" will feature Leo Mindlln, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, this SunLEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dad* County O.it 25 Yeirt 1811 S.W.I 4lh ST. HI 6-9904 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MICH FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP AH Tour fornlfurt, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, tic. 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Friday, July 5, 1963 */- a *#> f§nrktfom Page 7-B TEMPLE Zion held a Cabaret %  Night on Saturday evening. at the Ivory Tower of the Saxony Hotel. Sponsored by the Sisterhood, theme for the evening was the "Roaring Twenties,"' and the entire group participated in singing of hit tunes of the era. Chairman was Mrs. Otto Hyman, who chose a white imported cotton cocktail dress. Her fitted bodice had narrow shoul der straps, and her skirt was full Mrs. Max Feinstein, who is president of Sisterhood, wore ;. silk print of beige and brown on ivory. Her square neckline dipped to a decollete back, and her fitted bodice featured a modified cap sleeve. Mrs. Sylvia Lynn's sheath was in a silver brocade, and was topped with a black sequined |acket. Brocade was also the choice of Mrs. Seymour Samuels Her sheath skirt and matching overblouse were in a rich gold brocade fabric. Mrs. Max Rubin wore a black silk crepe sheath, with an unusual pleated drape effect across the -h.mlder.s and extending practically into the sleeves. • lulRS. Alired Lampert selected %  a two-piece silk print for ilu evening. Emerald green iind royal blue combined into an abstract print, and the sheath skirt was tupped with a bateau necklincd overblouse. Black silk erepe was worn by Mrs. Terence Wells. Her low-backed sheath had a high illusion neckline in front. A stunning ivory mohair ensemble was worn by Mrs. Joe Schcrcr, again featuring the popular sheath skirt and waist skimming overblouse. Wife of the Temple's president, Mrs. Hy Potash, selected a multicolored floral print with a modified bateau neckline and bouffant skirt. Mrs. Jessie Teitler'a black silk crepe sheath featured an asymetncally-draped neckline. A white eyelettc sheath with a square neckline was the choice of Mrs. Frank Parness. Mrs. Jack Wasserman wore a beige brocade sheath with a matching fitted waist-length jacket. |u|RS. Seymour Pulver's black %  silk crepe was a provocaMRS. SIDNtY UVINt SKY LAKE Obtyi > > > HIOM IN TH| ILUI RIOOI MOUNTAINS I'U'II. CEOGI FOR BOYS & GIRLS, 6 to 17. Complete camp activities, small groups, 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities, 2 40 acre lakes, water skiing, horseback riding. Teen Ago Camps. Skilled and experienced camp directors and counselors. A few openings for 2nd session starting July 21st. For further information Call 379-1109 between 6 ft 10 P.M., or write P. 0. BOX 1S9, MIAMI 45, FLORIDA Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 "YOUR PERSONAL FLORAL CONSULTANT" for an AFFAIR to REMEMBFR BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach There IS a Difference in Flowers-TRY OURS WEDDINGS -BAR MITZVAHS-GARDEN PARTIES BIRTHDAY AMNVERSARV ft HOSPITAL BOUQUETS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI > > MARKS CLEANING LAUNDRY sum AGE L. 1201 20th St., Miami Beach JE 8-6104 OHN 7 AM. 9 P.M. Some Dor Service Never An fxfro Cfcorge. five pencil slim sheath with plunging decolletage at the neckline. A peach-colored silk sheath was the choice of Mrs. Howard Preuss. Her neckline was high in front and dipped to a low cowl in back. An ensemble in navy blue w as worn by Mrs.! Harold Saxe. Her sheath dress; was trimmed around the collar in a bluegreen silk print, and a full length sleeveless matching coat was worn over the sheath. Porcelain blue silk shantung was Mrs. Marty Epstein's color and fabric choice. Her classic sheath was sleeveless with a high rounded neckline. Mrs. Albert Weissman wore a powder blue silk in the popular shirtwaist style. White cotton with lipstick red color accents was the choice of Mrs. Irving Rothenberg. Her fitted bodice had a low scooped neckline and full skirt, and was encircled at the waist with a red cummerbund. Matching red accessories completed her ensemble. Miss Woikin Now Mrs. Levine Judith Ann Woikin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Woikin. of Hamilton, O.. became the bride of Dr. Sidney Harold Levine on Saturday evening, June 22, at Temple Bene Israel. Rabbi Benjamin Bernfeld officiated. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Levine, 8500 SW 120th St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a gown of pure silk peau de soie and beaded silk chiffon. Styled in (he princess line, it was accented with a brief, lemovable. button-back jacket and had a bateau neckline and elbow length sleeves. The full belle skirt fell from a graduated empire line at the back :o fashion an aisle-wide train. A matching peau de soie plateautype headpiece embroidered in matching pearls and crystals accented the hand-made silk rose holding the full bouffant elbowlength veil of pure silk illusion. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of white canhamia orchids, lilyof the-valley. and stephanotis. The brides sister. Miss Mary Ellen Woikin, served as maid of 1 onor, and Marji Simons, Mrs. Richard Knehn. Mrs. Wood McComb and Robin Levine were bridesmaids. David Levine, the bridegroom's brother, served as his best man. and ushers included Stanford Solovich, Ian Cascade, David Woikin and Robert Woikin. Reception following the ceremony was held at the Hamilton City Club. Hostesses were Kathy Grant. Harriet Braff, Mrs. Louis Motzer and Susan Shellenborger. Now enrolled at the University •il Miami Department of Nursing, 1 the bride will earn her degree in nursing in California. In 1961, she graduated from Stephens with an AA degree. She is a member of Beta Pi Gamma sorority. Dr. Levine did his undergraduate work at the University of Michigan and Detroit and grad' i-ated from Wayne State University College of Medicine in June. j He will serve his internship at County General in Los Angeles. He is a membr of Phi Delta Epsilon, professional medical fraternity, and Sigma Alpha Mu. social. The newlyweds will live in California. Double Ring Rites For Shermans A double ring Ceremony under a bower of pink and white flowers united the former Ellen Jane Bass and Howard Elliott Sherman on Sunday, June 30. Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiated at the early evening nuptials held at the Westbrooke Country Club. Following a motor trip, the newlweds will live at 2401 SW 28tth St. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Al Bass, 129 Boabadilla St., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman, 282 NW 41st Ave. Attended by the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Sanford Eidinger, and her own sister, Laurie Jane Sherman, the bride wore a gown of silk organza with lace trim on the full-length train and a reembroidcred antique lace bodice wilh seed pearls. She carried white roses and orchids on a satin Bible. Best man was Sanford Eidinger, with Roy Ellis and Bill Nurse serving as groomsmen. A graduate of Miami High and Miami Dade Junior College, Mrs. Sherman will continue her education at the University of Miami. 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Page 8-B tad&t nrrMfian Tf.clcxy, July 5, 1963 Industrialist Will Live in Miami A nationally-known industrialist Florida, Ir*., located m Cocoa. has purchased a home at 21000 j n addition. Kliston la director Highland Lakes, Blvd., No. Miami of the JVayne Satioqa.Ll'ife Jn&urBeach and will live here with ance Company, of Detroit, anddihis family He is Theodore S. r Kliston. Kliston is president and chairman of the board of Tocld Industries. Inc.. .'443 NW 65th St.. and Securities Fond of the Medical New York. He lectures in finance and investments at a variety of colpresident and chairman of Thef'ff a d universities, including Lard of Rowell-Van A.ta AcOUS-l City College of New YOrk, Amentics. Inc.. a subsidiary of Todd. Confirmation class of Flagler-Granada Jewish Center includes seated (left to right) Clarice Feir, Gerri LeVine, Berta Greenwald. Samuel Hollander. Principal, Rabbi David Rosenfeld, Margaret Emmer, Linda Fritsch, Doreen Hollander. Standing (left to right) are Robert Strauss. Larry Dansky, Jan Ziegler, Lawrence Rosen, Mitchell Strumpf, Gary Goldmark. Barry Green, Robert Moore, Lory Dansky, and Barry Bush. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest speaker at the recent ceremony, during which Principal Hollander was honored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Other subsidiaries of the firm include Rowell-Van Atta, Ire., of Ft. Lauderdale; Ray M. Benson, Inc., of West Palm Beach; and Rowell-Van Atta, of Central can University. New School, Loyola College at Baltimore, and Hofstra. Kliston holds a PbS degree from American University, an MBA from New York 'University, and a BBA from City College. Bureau Issues Supplement Here Curriculum Supplement for the .Jewish schools for the school year 1963-64 has just been issued by the Bureau of Jewish Education, according to an announcement of Joseph Cohen, president. The supplement contains the program for the one-day-a-week schools from kindergarten through' grade 10, including area of subj iect matter, weekly schedules,; texts and references and is issued! in addition to the Curriculum i Guide which outlines complete de-: tails and instruction for grades 1 through 4. The Bureau is also reissuing its Teachers Kit, a guide for classroom management and classroom procedures, available to all Jewish teachers in the Greater Miami and Hollywood areas. To assist schools in the selec1 lion of new texts, the Bureau has just issued an evaluation of new texts publi-hed throughout the! country during the past year,' with particular emphasis on new texts lor the teaching of Hebrew. The Bureau's "Educational j Note*" has also just been pub-j lished, outlining the activities ofj the Bureau and the Jewish schools! ot Greater Miami, and containing a breakdown of registration at all Jewish schools. The Bureau is now planning for its annual dinner to be heki on Nov. 17 at the Diplomat Hotel. letiring Cantor Cited Emanuel Mandel. 929 NE 163rd St., retiring cantor of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, 1401 NW 183rd St.. was presented with a bronze plaque for seven years of outstanding service to the congregation. The presentation was made by Rabbi Harold Richter. Dade Heights President Ben Shapiro, and Harry Hausman. chairnan of the board. Cantor Mandel will retire at the end of July io assume full time duties with 'he North Miami Beach Riverside .Memorial Chapels. Gershwin Lodge Open Installation A regular meeting of the George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge '96 will be held on Monday, 7:30 p.m., at the Hibiscus Temple, 10th SI., and Alton Rd. Final plans will be made lor ..pen installation of new olficcrs to be held on July 22. chaired by Bernard Weissman and Irving Shapiro. City of Hope Games Party Robyn Tubin Chapter, Citj oi Hope, is holdii %  .: a i ard ai arty on Wednesday, 12:1 %  ) p m at the Washington r ral Savings and I., .in Assn. Mrs. Abe Solouay is chairman. Third Round For Greyhounds Plagler's S2.S.000 Summer Greyhound Open moves into the third round of the quarterfinals Saturday night with John Prevatt's Son !a leading the pack as the hottest star at the track since Honey Line in 1965-57. With six straight wins to her credit in the first 25 nights of 'pcration. the Hialeah star will have a good shot at Honey Line's all-time record of 19 wins in a single season at the Flagler oval. After Saturday's quarterfinal windup, the Held in the $25,000 stake event will be cut in in [or three more rounds i %  : si mi final ; etition. Luis Varona, his piano and his orchestra, fresh from a five-year run at the Eden Roc Hotel, opens at the Shell Lounge of the new Doral Beach Hotel on Friday evening. A "Dcral Welcomes Luis" party will be held on Sunday, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the form of a cocktail dance with a lavish spread supplied on the house by Doral. Featured in the Shell Lounge along with Varona and his Latin Rhythms are the Interludes. ESTABLISHED CONSERVATIVE TEMPIE DESIRES SERViCES OF A COMBINATION RAB9I AND HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHER. Salary not to exceed $6.C0D per year P.OB. 463. MIAMI 44. FLA. Or. Becker to Speak Dr. David Becker, cardiol will discuss "Uncommon Heart Diseases" on WIOD Radio Station on Saturday at 11:35 p.m. Dr. David L. Taylor, radio chairman ol the Public Education Committee tor the Heart Assn. of Greater Miami, will moderate. MIAMI BEACH CONCtKi* 13th SEASON SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 7 AT 6 30 P^*" ARTHUR FIEDLER C0UCT : R H***,,,,,,,,,,,-xerxw" JOEL A JONES Mmailll Kutta f I "1* CM" Crmichael HUrdUHt 9UMtVl£tAr "•''>••<•' r-:,v,„l„. 8 '"t I .., „„„,,., „.,,,„ H, 4-Ut: Harmon, „ U J C ^^^^f^j^ FURNISHERS ft INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Til* Rubber Tile Arthur Fieldler At U of M Tops' Arthur Fiedler, conductor of the Boston Pops, will return for the ninth successive year to the podium of the University of Miami Summer Symphony' Orchestra at Miami Beach Auditorium this Sundaj evening, featuring the 17 year old Miami pianist Joela Jones in a performance ol Edward MacDoweU's Piano Concerto No 2. Fiedler, who has not repeated n single composition in eight years <-! guest-conducting here, programmed the following orchestral works for this Sundays "Pops' t oncert: Vtrdl'l Triumphal March from "Aida," Tchaikovsky's Waltz from "Swan Lake," Handel's Largo from "Xerxes," Massenet's Suite from "El Cid," Hoagy Carmichael's "Stardust," Bizet's Farandole, from "L'Arlesienne," nd a group of Victor Herbert melodies. The first native of Boston to head the world-renowned Boston I '? p s : n w in Hi 78th season. Hedler has surpassed the tenure and popularity of any of his 17 predecessors since he assumed the, conductorial reins 34 years ago Fiedler was a violinist with the' Boston Symphony Orchestra under such noted maestri as Karl Muck r.'v^t r, eux and **'** K us: at h V n f f rC taking ,he hcl !" at the Boston Pops. Joela Jones appeared at the Miami Beach Pops las, season perterming the Rachmaninoff "RhapjodyonaThemeof Paganini"un! der Fiedler's direction. MIAMI WINDOW New addition to the summer staff at Curtis-. National Bank || 17-year-old Penny Bruns, daughter of the Miami Springs ViUas' Art Bruns, and a recent graduate of Coral Gables High School One of Dade's newest industrial corporations. Castlewood ln*rnaiaral, will dedicate its S500.000 warehouse and office building at Sunshine State Industrial Park this weekend. J. Prank Knorr, a veteran of more than 50 jears in marine industry, and one of the founders of the Miami International Boat-Show, has been named lifetime director of the annual nautical spectacular During the week of May 22 to 29. Albert H. Kahn, of the CravittKahn Insurance Agency, sold a total of one million dollarin life insurance Arthur Feldman, of Southwestern Life Insi. ice, says this is a record in the historx of the company. Dade's newest late-hour meeting spot for patrons and 'lebrities is Fong She Noon's China ra ma Restaurant on 163rd St.. No. Miami Beach, featuring Chinese smargasbord. and scheduled to *irt serving lunches soon, according to owner AI Olchak DiLulo Hotel. Miami Beach, getting a face-lifting under the watchful ey %  of owner Milton Sirkin and decorator Arnold Avedon. Lou Rubin, of Chandlers Restaurant, is celebrating hi40th year as a restaurateur ... A quiet, soft-spoken man. Rubin's career follows the pattern of the famous Horatio Alger stories Norton and Ronald Pallot went to Cleveland last week to confer I >th Ward Keener, president of the B. F. Goodrich Tire Co.. and attend i meeting of the National Dealer Advisory Council at the Sheraton there. Promotional Committee <>l the Downtown Business Council of the Miami-Dado Chamber of Commerce will help celebrate the 67th birthday of the City of Miami on July 26 Harry Botwick i.. Council president Very busy those days explaining the purpo.** of the Florence Crittcnton Home here is Michael Shores. attOflM] of Miami Beach, who is president of the Home E. Albert Pallot. president ;of Biscayne Federal Savings and Ian Assn.. has announced plans to build an addition to the Federal's building on Biscr.yne Blvd. Seen looking fit and chipper again: Miami Mayor Robert King High and his wife at the Embers Leroy Wiener and Jerome S. Gross, with offices at 334 Biscayne Blvd., have formed %  ) .r'nership in a new realty firm. The huge new bulletin board installed at Chippy's Re -'...irant on Miracle Mile has become a highlight of the restaurant's iwor The gold-framed panel, headed Neighbors in the News.'" ami put up by owner Chip Diamond, features news stories and picture:, of Coral Gables residents Martin Aronow, Miami phot grapber has been commissioned to make the photo portraits of ...v. week different Coral Gablei "Businessman of the Week.'' \rV?NEW SERVICE AIRLINE TICKETS BY R/JAI Any airline %  w m r\m Mm to anywhere 1. CALL TRAVEL UNLIMITED GIVE US YOUR DESflNATION, NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NIUMBB?: 2. 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*Jenist> Flhriidliirin Page 9-B Lions Exchange Student to Make Tour of Israel lack field rd Kuttler th.weekend. The irlebrant will conduct Friday evening service-. July 5. and officiate at service* Saturday morning and eveatng. July 6. He will speak en "The Importance of Tefillei A student a: UM Hebrew Academy [or the past two years, the Bar Mit.w.h a tended Yavneh Academy in Paterson, N.J., through the fitth grade. Mr and Mrs. Irving Kuttler will entertain their gueata at the Sterling Hotel ttom Friday evening through Saturday, and also host a party for .Stanford's friends on Saturday n13.it in their sons honor. Max Cohen Saturday morning services, July [6. at Ten .pie Beth Shiran will inIelude the Bar Mi'.zvah of Max, [son .it Harold J. Cohen, Miami attorney, ;;nd Mrs. Barbara Cohen. Officialise at he ceremony will 1!atmi Morn-; Skop and CanW Hern.an Gottlieb who, with ibbi Maurice Klein, prepared tax : t is Bar Mitzvah. An I >ii..;student in the eighth trade at Weal Miami Junior High, thr K cbrant aawarded 1 car lificate tor scholastic proficiency in science, and plays trumpet in Be 51 %  90 band. A reception in his tumor will be [held >a(urday evening at David %  Lym Char HouE riel Zelonker -.If red Uaxnian will ofIficiatv al the Bar Mitzvah of Daniel z. onker on Saturday morn-' ir.g July 6, at Temple Zion. An eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High, the celebrant plans to continue his studies in the Temple's Confirmation Class. I Mr. and Mrs. Israel Zclonker will honor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony. Arriving for the occasion from California are the Bar Mitzvah's grandmothers, Mrs. Fannie Kirsa-nbaum and Mrs. Bertha Rosenholz. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meleliat. Gordon Grossman Cordon Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crossman. 790 NE 184th Ter.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, July 6. at Beth Torah. Rabbi Max A. Lip! schitz will officiate. The celebrant is a student at North Miami Beach Junior High, where he is a member of the school band. A reception following the ceremony will be held at the Diplomat Country Club. Craig Marlowe Craig Stuart Marlowe will observe his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, July 6, at Congregation Beth Ttilah, with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky officiating. A student at Ida If. Fisher Junior High, Craig is studying music and plans to join the High School band. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hubshman will honor the celebrant at a reception in the Royal Hungarian Restaurant following the ceremony. Crandparents of the Bar Mitzvah are Mr. and Mrs. R. C.arber ul Miami Beach. >? Jack Field Bar Mitzvah of Jack Robert Field will be celebrated on Saturday morning. July 6. at Young Israel of Greater Miami. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will officiate. A student at North Miami Beach Junior High. Jack's outFirst International Lions Youth Excharge student from this area is Eugene Martin Eisenman, a graduate of Hialeah High. Sponsored by the Hialeah Industrial Lions Club, 17-year-old Gene, 4 son of Dr. Leon S. Eisenman, past: president of the club, 760 E. 4th; Ave., Hialeah, left for Israel from Miami International Airport last Tuesday. Gen* will spend soma fix weeks visiting Haifa, Tel Aviv, : Jerusalem, Beershebi, and fher cities of the Middle East under the ouid*nce of Lions of the area. Scheduled to start pre-medical j training this fall. Gene, while still a student at Hialeah High, worked with a cancer research team at: Jackson Memorial Hospital and 1 the University of Miami Medical School. Among well-wishers as Gene! boarded the plane was Enid Stone, of Sydney. Australia, a Young Exchange student sponsored by the Strathfield Lions Club near Syd-' ney. Sponsored by-^he Greater Miami International Airport Lions Club,' Enid has been staying with the family of Paul Sacher, past president of the club, while she completed training as a registered nurse. A highlight of her visit here was M circle trip of the United States covering the southern. 1 part, the west coast, up to Van, couver, across the industrial j northern areas, completing the circle down the east coast startbasj with New York, and Washingtor., D.C. At the annual convention of the Lions Clubs of the world held in! Miami Beach several weeks ago, 1 Enid met 11 countrymen. Lions who had traveled all the way from Australia to attend. In the United States since February. Enid will be leaving for home on Saturday. Young Israel Now Expanding Plans for the new Synagogue and Youth Center being conducted by Young Israel of Greater Miami. 990 NE 171st St., call for complete air-conditioning and seating capacity for approximately 450. A new and improved program for nursery, kindergarten and Hebrew School will be initiated and a Youth Group formed. Spiritual leader of Young Israel is Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, and president is F.manuel Ungar. Period of Expansion Set Temple Sinai of North Dade. starting its eighth year this week, is launching a period of expansion under the leadership of Rabbi Daniel M. Lovvy and new Temple officers headed by Harold A Greene, attorney. will enjoy the real Newark %  I the new jnd eicitmg Snelton Towers finest East-Side location midway between United Notions and Racket'eter C oals* ; clot* t* all transportation and terminals. Beautiful air-condMeaed reams and suites with television — at most moderate rate*! OUTDOOR ROOF GARDEN AND SUN DECK da m ai: • Coffee Shop Excellent Restaurant Famous Supper Club the 1200 ROOM Hot.) Asthma Research Card Party Here A card party will be given by the Miami Beach Chapter of Children^ Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver on Wednesday evening at the Belaire Hotel. Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. president of the Miami Beach Chapter, announced that all proceeds go to the National Home. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. George Kurtz and Mrs. Bertram Whitman. Mr. ZIP Goes into Action July 1 was the 116th birthday of the U.S. postage stamp, and to, celebrate the event, Mr. ZIP zip-, ped into action with a plan to speed mail delivery and reduce postal costs. Mr. ZIP, an antic cartoon character, is the symbol for the Post Office Department's Zoning Improvement Plan, which calls forj use of a five-digit code in addressing mail. Large volume mailers, will be the first to benefit from the new system. I NSW YORK 17, N. Y.-TBL ft— S-OMS I I tit im % %  %  J — — "" — — — %  T —— ~ — T"* — !" 1 side recreations include swimming and baseball. 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Page 10-B vjenisf fhrkR&n Friday. July 5, 1963 Circus Coming To Town For 'Y 1 Campers member of the icaic and train ride. In ers, and a graduate-61 hi. Pmn for more than 400 children YM and YMHA Day Camps during a joint pie Uudd Cutler, president "Y." At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the M.... YMHA Branch Camp, a special ers at Ma-Ka-Bee. The Science School of Soc.al Work, trip has been arranged aboard Fair will reach a climax on July At Camp Shalom, this pas the gold coast railroad July 8 10. when campers from Ma-Ka-Bee In mock, an overnight camping trip Miriam Schfitoberg. a *£*Jj liami Is now being planned by the campthe Columbia University Graduate charge of this camp saw the Spirit of 76 celebrated is through dramatic presentation in the form of music, dancing and skits related to July 4. Patriotic songs ami dances depicting Uncle Sam and the Spirit of 76 resounded through the halls of the Miami Beach YMHA. Next week marks the beginning ol Circus Week. A -Big Top" will highlight the festivities and activities during this occasion. The week will be climaxed by a circus canvval in which each of the children's groups will set up its own booth with prizes. A specScene from Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" fk ial trip will also be made to the had its Southern premiere showing Wednesday at the May1,'ailroad Museum on the South Campus of Miami University. Directing this camp is Burton Garr. a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers and a graduate of the Boston University Graduate School of Social Work Serving as head counselor is Mrs. Sylvia Ruskin. who has been a group worker for the YMHA for a number of years. At the North County YMHA Branch Camp Noar. Brotherhood was celebrated by all the campers during the past week. Directing this camp is S. Donald LaBelle, a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers and a graduate of the Univergit} i Minnesota Graduate School ol S ial Work. The second four-week period of day camp will begin on Monday, July 15. Registrations arc now place. Further information can be secured by contacting the camp director at any one of the following locations: Miami Branch, 450 SW Lfith Ave.; Miami Beach Branch. 1536 Bay lid.: and North County Branch. 14036 NE 6th Ave. fair, Sunset, Normandie and Parkway Theatres. Left to right are Dean Stockwell. Ralph Richardson, and Jason Robards Jr. Foreground is KathaTine Hepburn in the role for which she received an Academy Award nomination. liverside Chapel Project Redecorating, enlarging and landscaping will start July 15 at the Riverside Memorial Chapel. NE 19th Ave., No, Miami Starlight Roof Supper C!ub atop the Doral Beech Hotel cons to cater to capacity attendance no matter what month of the year. According to Ma! Malkin, popular leader of his tei pio-e orchestra at the club: "There's no question that all year round, people appreciate an elegant setting, fine food Beach. Leonard Zilbert, vice and good music." Decor by Tom Lee features piush colors of magentas ard blues, and highlighting the room is an inj into the sky because of the slight.y en 3 windows, and setming'to spread the stars outside the room in every direction. Staff members of The Jewish Floiidian are pictured with Sol Tabb (left) president of Mar-Tab Vcndinq, at official dedication ceremonies for the new S365.000 Castlewood International Corporation plant at Dade County's Sunshine State Industrial Park. Mar-Tab, a division of Castlewood International, is the largest multiline, coin-operated vending machine firm in the state. President Tabb is shown explaining a new stereo automatic music machine, one of Mar-Tab's products. Heert Club W5!! Be Honored Here ident, said that i rk, estimat• a cos" ol would be M'" ri1 Hi c< mpleted aboul Oct. 15. En' iunl > will b< will include addition .1 Heart As .' ol Gri familj : ns and parking facili rhursda) lies for 100 cars noon, July ll, Heart 11 • mi. Dr. i I esser, I Mrs %  I! • the club members Now In Miami YIDDISH RADIO Listen In Daily To JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM 11-12 NOON MON. FRI. 3:15 4:15 P.M. SUNDAYS ON WEDR-FM 99,1 MEG. ON YOUR FM DIAL "THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE" Try the Handy Bottle Six-Pack NO DEPOSIT'NO RETURN CARLING &^D Black Label Beer RECOMENDADA POR M 0 suno^AADtOUMJo^ Will 1140 EN SU DIAL t



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|i Ju3y 5, 19S3 *Jm4s§> florid/an Page 1 IB ilsirm Names Frank Director Of Advertising thur P. Frank has been nam|director of advertising and* lie rf'.r.'ions lor no!sum Baklobert I. Chivers. president gener;. 1 manager of the South brida firm, said that the position fs vacatfd last year by Frank Irvvin, Jr., promoted to vice esident Frank has held the ksition cf advertising and public Nation* manager for the bakery Ir the past live years. jBefore jf.ning Holsum, Frank fas research director for Jordan larch Department Store in Mikni. He alto was assistant salesIrvice manager for the Central division oi the American BToadastinj: Company. AtTMU* FRANK FESTIVAL RtCEPTION AWARDS Irs. Comay Heads JNF Flower Day £• Special Report Mrs. Michael Comay. lectu stdor N THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 59959 Women's Zionist organizations r*> 'n'Vi-j'tv'si."'!-ceived awards of Israel objects-of Deceased. A native of Chicago, Frank attended Northwestern University and was graduated from the University of Miami in 1954 with a Bachelor's degree in marketing. While at the university, he won the highest scholastic achievement award in advertising, and was presorted with a plaque from the Advertising Club ef Greater Miami. During the Korean War he served as a pilot in the Air Force. Active in civic affairs, Frank is president and a director of the South Miami Chamber of Commerce Business and Professional Division. He also serves on the Bcautification Committee of Greater Miami, and is an active LEGAL NOTICE member of the Advertising Club| of Greater Miami; Alpha Delta IN THE C OUVTV7UDGE-S COURT Sigma, professional advertising: IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. fraternity; and the Industrial : Committee of the United Fund, i LEGAL NOTICE author ;ir( Mrs Eh Resnikof president( fid lecturer, wife of Israels AmQf T.. All Creditors and All I 1 Twin* Havlhi> I itoil Nat ——. ..-...—. Mrs. Max In* %  ClatmB or Denuinila Against Said r w iSchenk, national vice president of "? : .„ „ ,. faded a t:oup of notable ZionI,.J. CC .I, „„j %,„„ T V"' %  •" %  hereb) notified and rej ,. ., Hadassah. r.nd Mrs. Ann Thaler. i>m-i to present am claims and itiII wORieo leaden attending the national JNF chairman of Pioneer! i', '* %  "'"'" ->"-"" flower DiiV Festival Rpcnntinn ... II" BHIK Das Festival Retention ,.• 77 T ViT !" palate % %  ( HARRY SICKS de.1 I !• ." Women, presented prizes to Mrs. ceased i.n. of Had. i'..untt Florida .soredtbi the Jewish National Dona Loventhal and Mrs R Sh ... ,.,.. .•..„„> %  ..„.„.> ,.,, .:,,,.. ,•„„„ liiiu ill N-w York. „.„_ r MI i.ii.. i>.ami fiutii.-mi. III duplicate and %  j iT.an. of Mrzrachi Women; MrS.au iirovl I in Section ;:;u;. Kioiid.i Mrs Ratxiel Katl, wife of the Edith Weisberg and Mr Leah Scn J ut ". •"} •*•"• '• %  In the c jrael Consul General inNew Loucnthal. of Hadassah; and Mrs. Ha. wlthlHfx "ailnd'at SnoSt'h, fr„T lurk, wai also present. She Zina Bermar. and Mrs. Rae Kop",'• I'me of the flw nublit-atlon herteeted olunteers whose efforts elman, of Pioneer Women. DntetiI at "Miami. KioTida.Th'i :oth Flowei Day in mid-May rel) r Joseph P. Sternstein. JNF ''"> ,,r ''mVonVrV i -r kited in the raising of many thounational director, addressed the 'Ae KM-cutrix Inds ol dollars for land reclamaassembled guests, thankin" them '".,'' I'ubHcation ibis noti n an and afforestation in Israel by "for the zeal and devoticTn they IrVRoX u a sV?\R J nBR '..itional Fund. .had displayed on Flower Day" of v',!' ; r ,",'.':". .i n"i-! ? ^.'i' "''' N nteers of each of the the Jewish National Fund in May. Miami ii".uch.Fiorlih. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5995S-A N RB: Batata of I:HNJA.M1X BCOARMAN Frank is married to the former! NOTICI TO CREDITORS r.„„ I\;-_-._J i • %  To All Creditors .mil All Persons Jlavrrma Diamond, who was assistant |„ R Claims ... Demand! Against Maid fashion coordinator at Jordan Eetate: Y..ii are hereby notified and r%  iiiir.-.i to present any ctaltna and deDianda which you RUM have uguinst the estate % %  < BENJAMIN BV0ARMAN deceased int.i* l ade Couniy, Florida, t.. Hie County Judges aCDade I'ounty, and file the fame in duplicate Mini as provided in Section ftS-ie, Florida statutes, in their efficea in tli.County Coiirtbouaa in l>ail*r County, Florida, within nix calendar month* from tintime of the ItrM publication hereof, or the same will b.harred. Pnted at Miami, Hoiida. this 20th da> of June. A.I>. isae. HENRY HrOARMAN Aa Bxecutor l-'ii.-.i publication of ihi> notice on the Jstli day of June, ISKI. i:i;itN.-fi:i.\ MILt.BR Attorney for Bxecutor i ii i CongreiiM Uulldlns Miami, l-'loii-lu •: :'-. 7/5-13-11 Marsh Department Store. She is a graduate of Syracuse University, where she received her Bachelor's degree in business administration. The Franks have two children, Debra 5, and David 3. They live at 8501 SW 20th Ter., Miami. LEGAL NOTICF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 7218 SAM LONDON Plaintiff, VB, FRIEDA LONDON, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: FRIEDA LONDON :•"•.' Kant Henry oil Whin-fish Bay Milwaukee, Vriaconaln Ton are hereby notified that n Complaint for Divorce hex been fil.-.l in tii.above styled Court and vm aiv required to of your Annwer ngulnei you verve n cop) Pleading to the 1 omnlnlnt on the Plaintiff* attoniej ABE HCHONFELD, 87:. Northalde l I.IZ.I. Northalde Center, Miami Plorkta, .in.l rile the original Annwer •" Pleading in the office y>* CJreuil i'..1111 in Dade County, Honda, %  • 11 or before the Till day of AuKUHt, IUS3. If > ..ii iail i BO, Judgment b) Defnult will be taken IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59964-C IN RE: i:-i.i!e ..i HARRIET D. WEXLER I a-., I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i'i • %  .lii.-i s and All 1'eriK.ns Hav. <• — Clalin* .a Demand* Against Haid i:.-lal. Von are hereb) notified and required to prewni an) clalmx and de. ilianihi wlii.li you ma) have against I."."' '.!" lK "' the eatate ol HARRIET D. WEXLER dtceased late of Dade County, r'lori.la. to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file ti'.name i'i .1 .t.;i.ii. an.I aprovided in Section 733 IS, Top Hgalnsl t you fh, the relief demanded piorlda lUatutea. In tlieh'"lioNK WoBDKBBP at Miami "" Florida, tin:'i-.l day of July, 19*3. K It, LEATHER.MAX. Clerk, "ir .iii i '.-in i. I lade Count >\ I lorlila (KI all ID : K. M. I.VMAN. Deput) Clerk AHE Ml I' I N I BI.D An.iin. %  > f..r Plaintiff 275 Northalde Pl.ua N'orthslde Centei .Miami. Kia OL ituarics vlS 'lD., ••;. of 101 v.|, ISELIN, Mr Hattie R • me Itl -erale COIMIIK Av< th.r.lon i .Hi St., died SCHWARTZ. Daniel, i Kt\ el side .lean M lllv. n. Tl f 542 I %  lOLEr e.. dli i me Itli • %  .'. ..i .i pit NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that the un.lersimi. N I •., used NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: .Tii ALL l'i:i:s..\s INTERESTED IN iy.ii N .loll T HE ESTATE tlF SAID DECEDENT I loiida YI.II are hereb) notified thai .. arltwlia Hi. i, ,i Instrument puriHirtlna t.be the '''" 1..-I will ami testamelil of >. %  i.t dece.iin has I. II admitted to p nhate in said i'..'ii :. You ai e hi i eb) i oni man.'..I .. iihi.i ?-i\ calenilai nioiitlis fr< in lie .1 lie of 111r i -l pilblli .ill..i. ..1 ih > notice i" ap|ienr In .-.ii.l Court mill nhou cause, H ii n\ >nu < an. \\ li> lid ('nun in admitting said : :.l not --.m.1 nil evoked ll"\ I i: VNK I! IH iWI.INli ... Ii) M ELBA i I HCK Clerk l-'i. i inilili.nl'. .. I i the .'•: l %  i Ri iBERT set iT I" l\ \i I'M V \ Mtori Hi. I j Kim Ida, ivlthln \ .. • ndui m >ntha from the time ..i the flrat pub'lcutlon hereof, -.i the snnn u ill In Dated at Mi.inn. Florida, this 21at da) ..i June, A.I Isi Ml IRRIS WEXLER .". Ensl T.itli Street N. \' rk. Ni u ^ % %  : %  ;< As Ksei it tin %  ,, ,. LIONEL I.. %  111.IN '• Atiorilei for Executor i >ne Lincoln Rd. Bldg Uluii i Bern h, h'iorida 7 ."•-!] 19-24 rW'ik^.MW or"" i "ountj Pint ill. i Ml I.DREI I I. WVRENl "E Sole < > n. RICHARD IV. U VSSEIt.VIAN R,. Vttorne) for Vppllcnni IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU1T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 66 T 2 JAIME VALCARCBL, I'lalnl Iff, y VAl.i" M:. I '!.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  SW To All i'i ml All Pel-Minis 1 lavi -. \v. i: tati I .. In ri hj not Ified and n Mulled to present nil) i mil Ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT !V '" %  '-, u "' AI :, ,,. ; '.,: : IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ",''."' b ,W 1 A P' ,. 1 '; >II I X > FLORIDA IN PROBATE a-'' 1 Ii i Hade I oiinty, i N %  ,,,, r .. Ida, to ih. Count) Judges of Dadi !N ay ivtate of "nint>. ninl fib thi siuni i.i dupllJl'LIA K RI I'D Ni: died WKAT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK % c j 'l| Hea' the 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 Irate and as provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statute*., in their offices In the Count) Courthouae In Dnile County, Florida, ulthln sl\ calendar month from the liin h. reof, or ih 1 let-earn .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'.. All I'I .nil.. I.an. I All I'. i HIS Hav, the flrsi publication R*,„Ve"' M '"' LH """ m1 Ag,,1M S • You are hereb) notified and reDated at Miami, Florida, thie 13th day oi June, A.I>. IMS, NAi iMl i:. SERRINS An Aduiinisii an i\ First publication of ilii.notice on the -l.-i iki) of .lain I". : JERt 1MB O. (IREENE Attorne) for Kamnl E. Benin* Suite -II Securlt) l'in.-i Kldg, lit i: Eutgler St., Miami :::'. ll.i i; i'i -an, : MARI v C.VRDENAS I '. I', ml.int. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: MARIA CARI 'EN VS \ Ala "ARCEI. I'.\I:I:I:I:A I:I \ i %  \ I sru. N... :.:t 74 TCN.II 111 Mil ITA. i 'i 'la IMI II \ ^•. -I M IKI \ CARDEN \ \ \ • '.till 'EL, a h a 1 v.... I Stir 71 Tunjui lila, ar< I., id. t'nmplnlnl fo M %  .. itl thi '' %  k ni the abo\e i aerve i ... then N egr e I V11 11 e) Bl III N B, 2nd Avenue, %  n oi In Jill). • taken nfesHi I Ntled 111 1Mb %  .IIIII !'• %  i: B I.EA I'HEK.M i.N C i %  %  %  ,. %  I i ft) I-' M \A s VN I'. |. it) %  Ii ii. i ': IN THE COUNTY JUDOS'3 COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59907-C IN RE: Estate oi LENA GOODMAN Deceaaed NOTICE TO CRED.T0R3 To All I'I. .lit.. I...ml AII Pi >na Havquired to present any clulniv an.l .1. iiian.is which you ma) have nmlnat -* Cta,m '" "• %  "'•"" l >%  '•"-' %  • %  • ihe eatate of Jl'LIA E, RI'IHI tle. aaed late of I >ad to ih.. Count) .iiiilu.-s unt). Florida. f I'.i.le I'.illllEatate Yon are quired t< hen by notified and r.-resenl an) cluiit tlhd l ty. and file tii,name In duplicate and i'"•""L Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed roved ones are a source of very comfort to all. >are real V A 7 ,1 || .-. •.'til-. 0 rfattim %  %  MO 1-7693 pr..\ iil.-il in Section 733.16, Klo* Ida S'latutea, in theli offices in the County I'l.iiitlions. in Dade County, Piorlda, within sis calendar months from the time of the find publication hi reof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, rlorida, thm 24!h da) of June, A.D IM3. HERMAN T. ISIS, as Mlnriii \ for DANIEL A. IM'i'l' As A.lmiliisli ati. i I ii-i publli ai ...n ..I ih notice on the "-'MII da) of June, 190 HERMAN T. ISIS At n > for Administrator i'i' BON 1727, Coral Cabli i; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 7232 i a i.NNi K si it:i :NSI:N. Plaintiff, Vs. I.i:il SOKENHEN, I >. I. inI.ml. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 111: I-EIE SUUBNHKN %  o Dr. Richard K. BlahMlell itj.'i i: J.MII Plaee Chleaan 37. Illinois You are hereb} notified that a Complaint for Divorce habeen tiled against you, an.l \ou are required I" s. iv. a Copy "I >oni Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney, PHYLLIS BHAaTPANIER, 8101 l'.iscayne Blvd., Miami ">. l'la.. .and file tinoriginal Answei .a I'lead' iiiK in tinoffice ..f the Clerk ..i the Circuit Colin on or Inf. nilie r.iii da) ..i August, 19113 Ii you fall to do .-... Judgement b) default ill be taken agnlnat you tor the relief detnnnded in the Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami. Piorlda, iliiird da) "f July. A.D. i: II l.l vTHERMAN, Clerk, Clrciiil i '.ai : I lade Count) I lot Ida (seal) R) K. vl LTM VN. I '.i.iu\ i 'l. 11. 7 3-1S-I9 %  which you ma) hnvi againet the estate ,.f LENA i; )H\ dei..is..i late of hade County, Florida. to the County Judges of Hide Countv, and file the aame In duplU-ui and as provided In Section 733. W>. I'!., i.i:* s'l.itni.s. in ih.ii offices in I %  • Counts Courthouse in Dade Countv, ririda, w i'bin -i\ calendu r mom hDo time of the find publication hen ..i. or ihe same \^ ill hi i. 'ri Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 20th .;.i v of June, A.D. IM l JACK I'l'i'HS As i :\.. ttoi l rat publication "t* tliN • .m ih. SHtli da> of June. M\ era, Helmnn, Kaplai M I'atsi it. i eon Kaplan ney for Exi cutor I ISO S.W. 1st Sue. I Miami. Piorlda % %  s : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 6579 SHIRLEY ANN MOTSINtiER, Plaintiff, va. KENNETH FRANKLIN MOTSINUER, 1 i.fendanl. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I" KENNETH FRANKLIN Mi iTSIN'i I EH Route Number I >n Oiiffltb Road Winston Sai.in. North Caroll ta You are hereb) re|ulreil to sereej a copy of your Answer or pleading t.> the Complaint tor D I v o r e •• til.it agnlnat you, ..n the I'lolntlffs attorney, DOMINIC l.. K'"'. i'-. Indtiatrlal National Bank Building, Miami %  -' Florida, and rile the original Ant .•I pleading In tin offlci ol tin Cleric ol the Circuit Court on or before the SSrd da) "t %  uly, I %  -. oi .... win %  .1 ,..: ilnsl you ll •'• • Dated iliinth du) ol ,1 K. I: I.EATHERMAN, I Circuit i 'ourt. I iade i 'mini). I ; (seal) IP i: i (JKCI l >e|>ul) I -. .-. T. 0-12



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 5, 1963

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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' eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and Tfff JEWISH WttKLY
:me 36 Number 27
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 5, 1963
Two Set uons
apai 'Young Set' Slaps Old Guard
iNew Israel \
Cabinet Now
|ln Operation
IERI SALEM Is
relftfe government in 15
ears i statehood ius sworn into
the Knesset. Israels far-
headed by former Fi-
Minister l.cvi F.shkol as
. Minister. It was ba.srd on
. lour party coalition as
ihai its predecessor under
D Curion.
T Knesset approved the new
nl by a vote o( 64 to 43.
IS membT Government
. the oath "f allegiance.
. goverl intent was then re-
1 President Sh nar.
Prior to the confidence vofe,
Pnme Minister Eshkol told the
House that security wit and
*ojld be the Government's
pnme concern. He said tht
Government would abide by tho
Knesset resolution concerning
Ves' German scientists working
on advanced weapons tytam in
Egypt, adding that verieve meas-
ures vm.ch could not now bo dis-
closed were underway.
red ihat he s.iw a -i^n
M ern in the issue in
private hills before
German Bunderstas: to
ICO activities by tTMl
'i nationals abroad. He
: irl lei backing the bUli
Bted an overwhelming
Ij
i ihi Knesst i boweiit.
illuhosts thai tin- j-
Continued on Pa?e 5-A
Gen. Dayan Resigns from Party Committee;
Hints He May Quit Agricultural Ministry
MR. DAYAN
. leads inserrtcfiea
Ecumenical May
Avoid Airing Of
Anti Semitism
BBI tMAHUll RAHMAN
.. distorted imeet
ATLANTIC CITY. NJ -JTAi
\ leading Jesuit theologian and
authority "n the history and organ-
isation of the Knman latholic
Church was on record as stating
that the Ecumenical Council bad
i.ot adopter) a declaration COO-
detnnini antl SemiUan out of fear
hat this statement of moral prill
tiple WOOld be interpreted b> the
Arab Mates, ai I pro Israel state*
nient of political intentions.
FT. Gusta* Wei-el. I'rofessor of
Cccleaioiogj < Woodatoeh College,
Hd and a corresponding editor of
the Jesuit weekly America. -\
pressed his personal doubt that a
statement condemning anti-Semit-
ism would be mtn dmed when the
sessions of the Ecumenical Coun-
cil will tx- resumed on Sept 29.
Fr. Weigel's disclosures were
made late Saturday night in a
give-and-take session with dele-
gates to the National Community
Relations Advisory Council fol-
lowing his formal address on pat-
terns and currents within the
American Catholic community.
He stressed that Augustin Car-
dinal Bea. head of the Vatican
Secretariat for Promoting Chris-
tian Unify, was interested in
Jewish relations as well as Chris-
tian. He quoted the Cardinal,
however, as stating that there
were "obstacles" in the path of
the Council declaration on anti-
Semitism.
Kr Weigel dlacloaod thai > us
,n. ii i.id been dratted by two
Continued on Page 7-A
Jerusalem (JTAi Ef-
forts to bring about better under-
standing between the "young"
leaders of the Mapai, Israel's
Government Party, anil the older
Uadership were made here follow-
ing the submission by Gen. Moshe
Dayan of his resignation from the
Mapai Central Bureau which di-
rects the party's policy.
Members of the "Young Mapai"
group, which is a minority in the
Central Bureau, indicated that a
number of others holding key
positions in Mapai would be call-
ed upon to resign if the views of
the younger leaders in Mapai
continued to be ignored. Early
this week. Mapai's Secretary Gen-
i ral Iteuvcn Barkai met with Gen.
Dayu in an attempt to persuade
him to withdraw his resignation,
prior to his leaving for a three-
reek vacation.
The "Young Mapai" group is
said to have the support of De-
velopment Minister Yosef AI-
Continued on Page 2-A
NEVER SUBMITTED TO CONCILIATION COMMISSION
Senate Body Endorses Johnson
Proposal on Arab Refugees
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
report generally endorsing the
proposals foi repatriation or com-
pensation of the Arab refugee.-.,
made by Dr Joseph E. Johnson.
a special representative of the
United Nations Palestine Concilia
tion Commission, was presented
to Congress by the Senate Subcom-
mittee on Refugees and Escapees.
The Johnson report was never
submitted by the Pale-tine Con-
ciliation Commission to the Unit
ed Nations Assembly after it be
came known that the Arabs ob
j,t to its recommendations
The Senate Subcommittee's re-
port also noted that "religlOUt
and political persecution save gen-
erated -leady flow of Jews from
North Africa.-' Chairman Philip
A. Hart. Michigan Democrat, did
not go into details on thi subject
of North African Jewry, but did
elaborate on the status of Arab
tefugees in countries surrounding
Israel.
Citirg "the growing weariness
in many quarters over the seem-
ingly endless custodial nature of
the program of the United Na-
tiorvs Relief *nd Works Agency,
Continued on Page 3 A
NCRAC Presses Adoption
Of JFK's Rights Program
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (JTA)
The National Community Relations
Advisory Council concluded its an
nual plenarj session here by ap
pealing to American Jews "to re
affirm our wholehearted participa
tion in the current struggle for hu
lean rights" and to give full sup
port to the light the American N"
;i-.i is making tor equality . ml an end to all forms of discrmi
[nation or s .n ation
In the most dramatic of a series
of resolutions adopted bj the rep
resenlativea ol 68 community rela
. councils and >i\ national or-
izatfa us th.' NCRAC declared
thai our Jewish heritage and our
common humanity" impel Jews to
a renewed commitment to do
. cry thing poss'ble to secure 'im-
mediate justice and full citizenship
rights for all Americans every-
where
The resolution admonished
American Jews to "eliminate
any vestige* of discrimination in
our own institutions and to strive
to make them exemplars of
equal opportunity." It called for
"direct involvement" by all
components o' the NCRAC "in
the struggle to make America
completely free."
In a parallel resolution, th. |
arj si ssiog called on the Unit
States Congress to enact tht i
i proposed bj Pres L"
idenl Kenedj "without delaj --
Continued on Page 6-A
GOTTllfB HAMMIS
. witness
Senate Group in Examination
Of Jewish Agency Activity Here
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee continued this week .i i
inquiry on the activities of the
Jewish Agency. Sen. J William
I ulbnght. Arkansas Demoi
chairman of the committee, idi ri-
t'fied a w itness as Gottlieb Hi
n-er. of New York, former!) an
Orthodox Rabbinic Body Deplores Secularism
I FALLSBURG. NY. -
T i The need to deal with the
ol "the evils of mono-
culariflH on American col
1 campusskBM by providing Jew-
-li student! with "a well formu-
1 significant body of reh-
itnnes' was emphasized
h*re tins week by Rabbi Israel
" first vice president ol the
al Council of America.
at the 27th annual convention of
the Orthodox rabbinical group.
Kabbi Miller noted thst two out
el three Jewish youoK men and
Aoinen in this country were in
college Youth will in time take
over power and leadership, and
"an ill prepared group of Jewish
l.ad.r would be a hindrance to
the progress sn.l growth of the
American Jewish community, he
said. He added it was the "sol-
emn duty and obligation" of the
religious community to meet the
I roblem "with a well-defined pro-
gram of religious education, guid-'
ance and instruction" for campus
extra-curricular activities
Another speaker assailed She
positions taken by Amerisen
Jewish intellectuals at the re-
cent "dialogue" in Israel spon-
sored by tho American Jewish
Congress. Rabbi Emanuet Rack-
man, a past president of the
nbbinical group, said the dia-
logue hod made it "absolutely
clear" that such intellectuals
were "creating a distorted image
Continued on Pago S-A
officer : the New y< i k Section
i :\.. j :-h Agenc) rati.
Since April 19*0, Mr. Hammer
has been executive vice chair-
man of the Jewish Agency,
which is not a subject of this tv
quiry. He was accompanied by
the Agency's attorney, Maurice
Bcukstein, of New York.
The Senate commute* has for
several months been eonottsjtbsjj a
study Of the administrai.cn of the
. nits Registration Act
11 i.;8 Numerous registered
ag'-nta have l>een qutvioned by
the St ati committee, which is
planning to recommend tddition-
;.] legislation. The Jewish Agen-
cy. Aim lean Section, is register-
ie under the law since It repre-
sents tt World Zioni-t Oganisa-
lion and 'he Jewish Agency with
fa bcadq arters in JenMtiem.
Wtmn j afaSkTtoS
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Friday, July 5. 1963
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"Jewish Floridian
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FRED K. SHOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
4ELMA M. THOMPSON..........Asst. to Publisher
ISRAEL BUREAU
Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel
RAY U. BINDER___________Correspondent
Nasser's True
Colors Emerge
If the reports are accurate,
then it is a fact that Russian tech-
nical experts are now arriving in
droves in Egypt, along with
Made-in-the-Soviet Union mis
siles and other anti-aircraft wea-
pons.
This also means that Nasser
has at least four launching sites
eguipped by the Russians.
For Israel, the London Daily
Telegraph report can only add
up to a lot of grief. Israel's chief
hope to contain Egyptian ag-
gressive designs lay, at least for
the moment, in her superior Air
Force, recently beefed up by the
expensive addition of French-
made Mirage fighters.
With the dilemma of the
German scientists still heavy
upon her shoulders, Israel must
now reckon in terms of this latest
bad news.
But what does it mean for the
U.S. particularly for our State
Department? In Washington, it
means proof positive of the
abysmal failure of the Administration's policy
in the Middle East. Secretary of State Dean
Rusk appeared before a Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee hearing only last week, where
he vigorously defended our continuing aid to
Egypt, and pointed to the "weaning away" of
Nasser from his erstwhile Muscovite inclin-
ations as an example of its successful pur-
pose. r
If this doesn't once and for all suggest to
President Kennedy that we are simply giving
the Egyptian strongman the wherewithal to
purchase war-making machinery from the So-
viet Union, we find it hard to conceive of what
evidence ever will.
Sen. Jacob Javits (Rep,N.Y.) and Sen. Ken-
neth Keating (Rep,N.Y.) are now trying to steer
another one in a long list of previously unsuc-
cessful amendments to the Foreign Aid Bill that
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would deny assistance to nations like Egypt
engaged in subversion and propaganda
against any country receiving U.S. funds.
Admittedly, their effort will have hard-
going. It seems difficult to know just what can
finally convince the Congress of Nasser's true
colors.
Profound Changes Ahead?
The suggestion that Israeli policy under
new Premier Levi Eshkol will substantially fol-
low the road chosen by Mr. Ben-Gurion in the
past is a whistling in the dark.
To a nation rocked by the unexpected an-
nouncement of the Prime Minister's resigna-
tion, it offers the hope that nothing profound
has really occurred. But this is far from the
truth.
The personalities of Mr. Eshkol and Mr.
Tko r cen-^unon are distinctly different- tho on
abrona9deS "/*?* **** bo,h a< K3
abroad. If as we continue to suspect the
teSTZ P b* frthcomi^ >"enPwe can
look to the Prime Minister's return to the helm
whTk mG ^'r, the next "atonal efec.fon
which is scheduled for 1965.
cs.on for the present to deny Israel any associ
ation with comes as a hard blow. At a time
SJ hu! has been Juggling to up its for-
eign trade toward a more favorable balance
particularly in the markets on the European
continent, the decision may well mean some
massive reevaluations ahead.
The European Economic Community is one
ot .he most stunning things to come out of the
shambles of World War II. I, is at the fee. ol
Eft 2j con,i,nen,'s fantastic recovery has
to be laid. It is also to EEC's credit at least
Z ,Th cf l ,hLe NATO mili,arY alliance _
2 i ^Viet ,hreat was ,urned back- cmd
K^%COn,inU?S Hnaer for a United
Sstates of Europe in the years ahead.
feel Se! IStST WOS ** ,he only Pwr to
IfnL r n- SUCCeSS of lhe E^op^an Eco-
nomic Commumly, which has also been a diffi-
SrSLSL uWn naUon to swallow- despite
the support we have given it m the name of
peace and progress. If EEC has posed marked
and tariff problems for the U.S.To lesion
political ones for the Soviet Union, the diffi- ugly h
culues it causes for fledgling Israeli commerce yieldinalv 2J 5r n ,he nation iB un-
may well be imagined 9 commerce yWmgly m the duechon of the proposition
eliahf Ci8 SS ~ < ** -ly ^ ^ CreatCd **>*
slightly tempered by the kind words of good
2LSh,1Sy fiSF Chief EEC negoUoTor,
ZS^KS ft* re)eC,ion wi" **> increas-
ingly during the months ahead.
Independence Day 1963
Even during the darkest hours of the Ririfc.
Let us now rededkate ourselves to tw.
baslc meanings of Independent Dav V
meanings embodied in the US &,' Me
Declaration of todependen^e and m* 2X5'
of,hu\8alu,e the S^5tS*S5
oi the free and the home of the brave
JLfE PRIDE ourselves aj
" Americans on being CoS
during the week a37^>'tr
a clear forward motion away
from the status of the "hav
seed.'" where both the ideal
a,nd the technology of the
larger cities are adapted to
smaller scale needs. Here at
Vanderbilt Beach where I am
writing these words, a tiny
sandy dot on the Gulf of Mexico. I find distinct evidence of this for.
ward motion and adaptation. The residents here may be "back"
woods." but they are as aware of the world in which they live as
any of us.
And yet. when it comes to the fundamental things that have
troubled us during the past lew weeks, wc are a people more pro-
vincial than anywhere 1 saw or visited during my stay in the Middle
Fast. I particularly refer here to the status of our race relations
and the recent Supreme Court decision on religious observance m
the public schools.
The reaction to the court decision is no less astonishing because
sadly, it was predictable. What is there to say of the Florida Leu,-
latures initial heat and its decision to turn over to the Individ u ,1
counties and their school beards the right to set up "voluntary" extra-
auricular courses in religious observance0 This was about as emo-
tional and therefore as ignorant a response to both the letter and
the spirit of the decision as one could conceivably expect
A KIND OF MAPll SYRUP SPUITUAUTY
THE PREVALENT ATTITUDE seems to locus on our presumably
spiritual identification as the (Teal and unshakcable BOUTce
this nation's distinction. To prove the point, those who hold ti
courts opinion in contempt will be most likely to launch forth upon
complex and fundamentally irresponsible analysea of the motivationi
of our Pounding Fathers and their religious intentions for Americi
Kit ure.
While opponents of the opinion mean more elementary thin
when they refer to our God-centered foundationatonea it is ind-cd
true thai Hi.' Founding Fathers suggested Hebrew as'cur national
language in order completely to sever our tics from the English- thai
Hebrew inscriptions, recalling the Exodus from Egypt were consul
end to be included in the Great Seal of the United States; and thnu]
other Old Testament sources, in the true Puritan or Deist spirit
characteristic of the times, were studied for inclusion in the swn
bolic instrumentalities of the nation.
While these reflect religious motivation, thev do not delineai
legal purpose, as the doctrine of separation of church and state s
clearly indicates. To distort the meaning of the separation doctrin
today is an obvious violation of our ultimate history, and those wh
use this to justify their reaction against the Supreme Court decisio
are most vulnerable on these grounds.
But the saddest thing of all is that the across-the-board battl
over the rel.gion-.n-tl.e schools issue betrays our provincialism as
nation in a way that few other things can. For it suggests that our
greatness our mighty achievements are all based on a kind oi
maple syrup American spirituality; while the truth is that such IUg-
gest.ons are as unkind to the achievements as they are untrue both
to past history and present reality.
RITROGRADF. HUMAN FORCE IN ACTION
'F VEm fBfAD ,f'n<1 ",iS Provincialis- I" "S astonishing and
a hallmark of our elementary social status, they find our rac.s.i
or?e r;;' :;:';nriorrd' For **is a **?*> ESS
he world u > 0rU;""rt S,ream of tnon,s everywhere else in
AfrcVns ev.rv ^' '" Wa.t' dUrin May an<1 Part <>' Jue. I found
KvrTS '" ""' mMt eXCh,Slvt> ho,<-,s an<' restaurants,
acto ,^ Z In '"'['If' iU unlverltI technical centers. 5
laciories, and on the kibbutzim
selfish1"'^ S?ft f' ,hv visUinR Africans t ent.relv un-
Ipomatcallv Ru, Ih'" MUwi#- in """" 'Gael's best friend,
cant ^ere thVn ,h Uleurea"M fr thta alignment are less dgnifi.
oeoDlc of in. 1he.-u"al,,rablp faet that, as In Israel, the colored
people, of the world seem everywhere and .ncreasinulv to be ic
J^^fSbXSZ bVnMWted ,aC,Sn, S the tact
W ARt AS UtMtNTARY AS THE CANNIBALS
^PofeTm'f nhM'N,ST,ER '" Si"r,"i, '-'"- ^hn Kafera Smarf;.'
PariKment^n t/V''0 ""rini! a Prt*ul.riy heated debate ,-
seS !c hi .7' uVCral Week8 a*- a debate that rub!
AS toSnSfn WmseS .Eta ""^ B*n-Gurio, res.gnat.on.1
commented ,h '"iU'r- Mendidly-robed diplomat
"In mv countr th J",J!f,?tk melee befoM him a"d ^elarcd:
n mj country, they would have made a meal of one another by
tandto -!nd Te, ,h;m 'nbU, ,hc For^n Minist.-r's under-
people ISt invC.Kty "" hun,or at ** W"" of his own
Bf epnaUm. ,h. S~|e.Very^ knWS about ,hc vast intellectual
lion of all Africans in ?hon L was thc Pobtico-social recogni-
Part that the i T wor,d 0f which Ir*> is an integral
E+2ftSmiis^.ziar rak of their b^-'-
't is a backward.** k rUgma of necessary inferiority. For
skilful d rec ion or hp >< bUt Sl""Cly being eliminated by the
variety of in^strL .r'lf ,f ,,me towawl mass ^^ation in a
The awaken nf in ^1,Ura1' and ^ientific fields,
where is akij, tHhc Xoc^T ^ amng ,hc co,ored P~plea else-
vestiges of pomp nrpov^tT! tSf0* ** deStryed the I,rt
nineteenth centurv J*? I Europe at ,he threshold of the
been in the vanguard -I "" T*"! Americans, whose country has
of 1776. fail bvTeC rUZ'l "* ?l rCVO,Ulion "* the ^r^daya
they arc more Sa12u .. Sec ,hc sign of ,oday's "mes; hence,
charge tfSLSZSTJ**** #- whom they hurl the
on religion in the schools supportinS the Supreme Court decision
social'ptcnomenVVe^r ^fd mre ,han ^ <**" *l
theUniveraityof Alablma !2 ^dUneS l rcad in Israel sporting
iea; they were \vri ten Tn C *m not in,ended to degrade Amer-
tion the reaped ft"which "is oSSf0"? fai,UFe t0 und^a" a na'
to our discredit at laree ',se 'eg'on. But black they were
Kafera Smarts cciiunu.Uy~v?siUna tSf dlsCerrning cye of thc Jh" i
we are more than provincial we aJS ". t0T the cannibals at whom Mr sLt?J2L" '"">tary as the last of If
iul fun. "*' bmart Poked such debberate but meaning- '


Friday, July 5. 1963
fJenisfifhrkffcun
Page 5-A
Prthodox Rabbis Deplore Secularism
Continued from Pa.it I-A
of the basic value of Orthodox
Judaism.''
point od spokesmen and leaders
lor Judaism" without knowledge
or justification. He asserted that'
they were divorced from and in-
rle charged that the discussions different to "Jewish religious com-
lii Jerusalem had shown that "unity living and the daily prob-
' these literary scholars" were as- ls of religious orientation."
Mining 'the mantle of self-ap- He said such misrepresentation
New Israel Cabinet Sworn In;
Takes Over Uncertain Government
Continued from Page 1 A
the main threat to Israel's secur-
lly. The danger, he stressed,
came from the wide variety of con-
ventional weapons which continued
Jc flow into the Arab states.
Riming to his critics on the left,
lie asked: "Who but the Soviets
ere aggravating the Middle East
arms race?"
He appealed to both sides on
Israel's religious question to ob-;
serve tolerance and understanding
of opposite views and not to exac-
i rbate the problems in this sensi-
tive field. He noted that prior
governments had worked out a
modus vivendi based on main-
taining the status quo.
The only new member of the
Cabinet sworn in was Zalman
Aranne as Minister ot Education,
replacing Abba Eban. who was
ramed to a new post as Deputy
Premier. Mr. Eshkol's Finance
Ministry was given to Pmhas
Sapir. who continued as Minister
r.f Commerce and Industry. Prem-
ier Eshkol also serves as Defense
Minister, as did Mr. Ben-Gurion.
Deputy Defense Minister Shim-
on Peres declared in the Knesset
that the Government was act-
ing to implement the parlia-
mentary resolution concerning
AWest German scientists but add-
fled that this was only one aspect
of Israel's security problem.
Mr. Pere* said the arms which
Israel needed could be found in
three areas, the Soviet bloc,
the United States and Western
Europe. He pointed out that
the Soviets had their own rea-
sons for not supplying arms to
Israel. ,
The United States agreement to'
sell Hawk ground-to-air anti-air-
craft missiles, he said was appre-
ciated but did not signify a change j
in permanent United States pol-
icy which is opposed to escalation
of the arms race in the Middle
East.
j
Thus, he continued, West Europe
was the only source of arms and
while aid from France was avail-
able, there was a question of
whether, in view of the trend to-
ward European unity, France
would be able to continue aiding
Israel with arms independently of
the course adopted by France's
neighbors. For that reason, he
added, Israel must follow a pro-
cedure designed to win members of
the European community over to
the French position on aiding Is-
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was depriving the non-Jewish
world of the chance to learn about
the "overwhelming contributions"
which Orthodox Jews were making
in "every avenue of modern en-
deavor."
Avraham Harman. Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States,
credited the rabbinical group with
creating a "powerful foundation"
for communications and contacts
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America. He also said that Is-
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liberty for all faiths and tienomi-1
nations."
Rabbi A. N. Avrutick, who
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schools. He also urged legisla-
tion to grant income tax allow- >
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Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld. con-
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peal to all legislative bodies and,
governors of all states to support
legislation to exempt Sabbath-'
observing Jews from Sunday clos-
ing laws, which he called an in-
'.ringement of the basic structure
of American freedom.
He said forcing small merchants
to halt business two days a week
made for "a most disastrous im-
pact on the economic fortunes of
sincere followers of their faith."
He asserted it was a "solemn ohli- ,
Ration" of elected officials "to
banish forever" such "discrimi-
nating archaic and unreasonable
estrictions."
Carol Feldman and Steven Gerson, members of the gradu-
ating class of Temple Ned Tamid Religious School, present
to the Temple two silver crowns for a Sefer Torah in the name
of their class. Accepting the presentation is Murray A. Shaw,
congregation president.
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Friday. July 5. 1963
NCRACPushes for JFK Rights Program
Z jda County State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein is acclaimed
Morn o: the Year" at a recent Miami Beach Civic League
: nr.er. The plaque's inscription cites Gerstein "For his out-
^aodirtg service to his community and humanity above and
reyond the call of duty."
DIM. FOR Dr. Finkelstein
COOL
comfort At Coronation
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dr.
Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of
he Jewish Theological Seminary.
rag a member of the interiaith
;roup designated by President
Kennedy to represent the United
States at the coronation of Pope
.'aul VI.
The appointment of Dr. Finkel-
tein was depicted here by gov-
ernment sources as a move to
stress wide interfaith American
, esteem for the new Pontiff. Dr.
finkelstein is the first Jew to be
designated by the White House as
:ne of a group of personal repre-
sentatives of the President at the
Vatican. He is believed to be the
first rabbi to attend the corona-
ion of a Pope,
Israel was represented at the
coronation by a delegation of four
members. They were Maurice
Fisher, Israels Ambassador to
Italy; Dr. Meir Mendes. of the
Israel Ministry for Religious Af-
fairs; and Gad Elron, counsellor
of the Israeli Embassy in Rome.
No official diplomatic relations
have yet been established between
the Vatican and Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
I without weakening amendments."
Jit urged statp and local legwtative
bodies to enact comprehensive
, measures banning discrimination
!t. employment, education, housing
and places of public accommoda-
tion, and to establish administra-
tive agencies with sufficient pow-
ers to enforce these prohibitions.
In its call to the American Jew-
:sh community to support the Ne-
gro battle for rights, the NCRAC
affirmed that "as Jews, we react
with special sensitivity to the Ne-
gro's demands. We too have stood
before the oppressors demanding
freedom. We too know the in-
; exorable power of a righteous
ideal. We too have buried our
martyrs. Bitter experience has
taught us what tragedy there is in
a community of well-intentioned
. men who. through indifference and
apathy, become accessories to the
destructions of a people's rights."
Another resolution warned that
three '"radical proposals" to
amend the United States Constitu-
tion brought under assault the fed-
eral system and the position of the
I Supreme Court "as the foremost
guardian of individual liberties." It
charged there was a "well planned
campaign" to put the amendments
'over "with deliberate silence and
almost no public awareness." The
NCRAC welcomed the Supreme
Court decision on prayer in the
schools as "a victory for religion
and for religious freedom."
Another resolution called for
maximum aid to public schools.
It warned that Government aid
to religiously-controlled schools
"would do a grave disservice to
both religion and public educa-
tion." The Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, a constit-
uent of the NCRAC, abstained
from voting on this resolution.
In other resolutions, on national
questions, the NCRAC called for
speedy ratification of the United
Nations genocide convention, re-
moval of the "racist national ori-
gins quota system of our immigra-
tion code." and renewed its oppo-
sition to compulsory Sunday clos-
ing laws.
On the international front, the
conference greeted Pope Paul VI
on his election. It reported an in
tensification of anti-Semitic poli-
tics on the part of the Soviet
Union, charging that "Soviet
courts and so-called legal process
have become instruments of anti-
Semitism."
In a resolution on the Middle
I East, the NCRAC called on the
i United States to give "firm secur-
ity guarantees" to the countries in
the area and to maintain vigilance
to preserve the arms balance. It
urged the Administration and Con-
, gress to ensure that American eco
I nomic aid was not diverted and
i misused by the Arab governments
to acquire offensive weapons and
,to undertake aggressive adven
Itures. It urged a firm policy to
end Arab "boycotts, blockades and
I belligerance" and appealed to the
Government to use its influence
and power to bring all parties to
, the peace table.
In a resolution on develop-
ments within the Jewish com-
munity, the NCRAC expressed
hope for the "successful out-
come of discussions now being
pursued between our own com-
mittee and that of the B'nai
B'rith Anti Defamation League
with a view toward an agree-
ment that will lead to resump-
tion of cooperative relationships
between the B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League and our-
selves."
Lewis H. Weinstein was reelec-
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the coming year
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*Jmili FhrSdHan
Page 7-A
V

District 5 BB Installs Steinberg
Newly-elected officers and trustees are seen
follow)g installation ceremonies at Cedars
of Lei', r.on Hospital's annual meeting last
week. Seated (left to right) are Stanley C.
Myers ;.n airman of the Board of Trustees;
Harry I. Lewis, president; and Samuel T.
SapLro, president emeritus. Standing (left to
right) cne Saul Silberman. R. Williams Apte,
Elliott il.lumen.thal. trustees; Morris Lomaskin,
assistant secretary; Robert Russell, trustee;
Duvid Stuzin and Sam Luby, vice presidents;
Col. Nathan Rood, Stanley A. Wolif and her-
bert Gelernter, trustees. Not shown are E.
Albert Pallot and Ben Novak, vice presidents;
Sidney Aronovitz, secretary; Sidney Lefcourt,
treasurer. Also Irving Cypen, Joseph A. Gar-
field, Louis E. Goldman, Sol C. Shaye, Sam-
uel J. Spector, Harold Thurman and Joseph
Weintraub, trustees.
ATLANTA Maurice Steinberg:
was installed as president of Dis
trict 5, B'nai B'rith, at a conven-
tion attended by some 500 dele-
gates here. The 87th annual con-
vention was attended by repre-
sentatives from B'nai B'rith lodges
and chapters in tne seven-state
region, boasting a membership of
some 108,000.
Steinberg succeeds Jack J. Jen-
kins, of Washington, D.C. He is
an attorney of Augusta, Ga., and
NW service as a naval officer dur-
ing World War II in the European
and Pacific Theatres.
Greater Miamiant elected to
high office at the convention iiv
eluded Samuel Nieberg, of Mi-
ami, first vice president; and
Pawl Seidermen, Miami Beach,
and Charles Seiavitch, Miami,
members of the Board of Gov-
ernors.
Retained on the Board of Gov-
ernors was E. Albert Pallot, mem-
ber of the Supreme Lodge Board.
Commissioners, not newly-elect-
cd, include Burnett Roth, Miami
Beach, who is chairman of the
Florida Region of the Anti-Defa-
mation League; and Louis Ossin-
sky Sr., of Daytona Beach.
Ecumenical May A void Anti-Semitism
Co?r nued from Page 4-A
Vatican loritics on Jewish mat-
ters. He identified them as Fr
Rudloff, Benedictine Abbot of
two m< ;. aries in tiie Israeli sec-
tor ol Jerusalem and in Wcston.
and Mv John M Oesterreichcr,
of Seton Hall University. South
Orange, N.J. But this declaration
was nevei submitted to the Ecu-
menical Council. Fr. Weigel said.
because, although it as a state-
ment <>f moral principle, the Arab
states wouid understand it as back-
ii!'.: up Israel, and therefore chid
in., and rebuffing the Arab states.
Explaining whj he doubts that
the situation would be changed
when the Ecumenical Council re-
Mimed its session, Fr. Weigel said
that a majority of the bishops
would be in favor of such a declar-
ation, but the presence of Cath-
olic minorities in Arab lands must
k taken :nto consideration. He
also noted that there were Arab
bishops in the Council whom he
described as "verj sensitive in-
deed" to the problems of the Arab
states.
He said the statement might be
introduced before the Council ends
its labors, hut his own feeling.
based on personal observation.
was that tli" btfhops wouid rather
avoid the issue than face it.
Earlier, Fr. Weiqel had pre-
dicted that the process of re-
movinq phrases from the Cath-
olic liturgy derogatory to the
Jews would be continued. He
said American Catholics were
showing a greater readiness to
enter into discussion with mem-
bers of other faiths and a great-
er readiness to consider the feel-
ings and sentiments of non-Cath-
olics. He urged on the Jewish
community relations officials a
policy of 'patient proqressism"
in their discussions with Amir-
can Catholics.
Lewis H. Weinstein. chairman of
the NCRAC. said in a personal
statement that it was "disquieting
to hear from Fr. Weigel that al-
though the majority of Catholic
bishops would undoubtedly favor a
statement by the Ecumenical
Ceuncil against anti-Semitism, po-
litical considerations might pre-
vent such a declaration." He said
that Fr. Weigel's statement that
concern over the attitude of the
Arab states to Israel might be the
deterrent to such a declaration "is
I entirely inconsistent with the great
i moral basis upon which ecumen-
icity is founded."
"Even if the denial of the State-
. ment against anti-Semitism were
deemed expedient, a conclusion
that seems completely irrelevant
and unrealistic," Mr. Weinstein as-
serted, "it is our hope that Fr.
Weigel's tentative prediction will
be contradicted by positive action
from the Ecumenical Council."
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PAGES FROM AN ISRAEL DIARY
A Novel View of a Car as Seen on a Kibbutz
By LEO MINOLIN
K3BUTZ YOTVATA-This kib-
! its is located on the border of
oMan. Right before me are
r. ;> Mountains of Edomex-
qirti'eiy lilac-colored and orange
ireen. Yotvata is provided
>pecial inducements by the
Government of Israel because of
j perilous location. These
^
mainly include income tax bene-
fits. The men and women here
give me a sense of inferiority. I
can not help wondering if I would
survive their rigorous lifehow-
ever luxurious it is by contrast
with what once was.
The roa i< like a roller coast-
er, ami 1 have had same car
trouble. An obliging kibbutznick
Servicemen Get Top Air Honors
A'.rrr.an First Class Kenneth J.
has graduated from the
-(.; rd Air Division Noncommiss-
.:>: Officer Preparatory School
at McCoy AFB in Florida, where
he received the Military Achieve-
Award for outstanding mili-
ary bearing and adherence to the
school's rigid standards.
Kji;cg completed the course.
Which included study in organi-
zation, management, leadership,
military justice, security and
human relations, the airman is re-
turning to his permanent unit at
Homestead AFB. where he is a
weapor.s mechanic.
-1 of Mr. and Mrs. John H.
rJould, of Jefferson, Me., and a
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones ara
a source of very real
comfort to alL
graduate of Lincoln Academy.
Newcastle. Me., he is married to
the former Barbara L. Shofner.
2234 SW 6th St.
Airman Third Class Jay M.
Cohn has been selected Outstand-
ing Airman of the Month for the
354th Tactical Fighter Wing at
Myrtle Beach AFB. S.C.
A United States Air Force air
policeman, he is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julian M. Cohn, of 6820
Portillo St.. Coral Gables.
Airman First Class Jeffrey M.
Weinstein. has arrived at Sembach
AB, Germany, for assignment with
a unit of the United States Air
Forces in Europe.
An air policeman, he is the son
of Mrs. Sylvia Weinstein, Jasper.
Ala. He previously was station-
id at Charleston AFB. S.C.
A graduate of Walker County
High School, the airman attended
Walker Junior College. His fath-
er, Seymour Weinstein, lives at
1210 Marseilles Dr., Miami Beach.
Kieve 1. Gooi Stein has been pro-
moted to Airman second class in
the United States Air Force. A
jet engine mechanic, he is assign-
ed to the 1501st Field Maintenance
Squadron at Timvis AFB, Calif.
Son of Mrs. Ida B. Goodstein.
6329 SW 39th Ter.. the airman is
a graduate ol Hialeah High School.
examines it. This involves a
kind of vocabulary that is un-
usual, to s;.y the least. My He-
brew, revived and improved im-
mensely in just a lew short
weeks, penetraies through the
discussion he is having from be-
neath the car with a feilow-kilv
butznick. who has sauntered
over to act in the general capac-
ity of kibbitzer from above.
The general decision is that I
am being plagued by a kind of
rear end trouble, but a dispute
arises as to whether it couldn't
also be front end trouble. Nec-
essarily, a technical argument
about axles ensues, and I am
gloriously amazed to discover
how Hebrew has adapted itself
to today's technical world.
Says the kibbutznick to the
kibbiitznick-kibbitzer: "It is the
beckex." This. I realized by
clever deduction from my limit-
ed knowledge of British slang,
meant back axle. "No." dis-
agrees the kibbutznick-kibbitz-
er. He feels it is the front axle
that has been misbehaving. But
the word is not frontex. as any-
one would obviously conclude.
lubevitcher Ra/'y Held Here
Third annual Southeast rally of
the Tzeirei Agudath Chabad, the
Lubavitcher youth organization,
was to tuk-' place Thursday even-
ing. 8 p.m., at Kneseth I>racl Con-
gregation. The function was to
honor the late Lubavitcher Rabbi
.! I SChneerSOhn, who was freed
from Soviet imprisonment on this
date for spreading Torah doctrine
in Russia.
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"It is." he declared, "the Iront-
beckex."
All of which affords me the
opportunity of mulling over my
meeting with the new President
of Israel. Zalman Shazar. The
President, I had been warned by
those who know him. talks
mightily if he is sympathetical-
ly drawn to his visitor. Particul-
arly, he is a Yiddishita dying
breed here or. indeed, anywhere.
When I suggested we speak in
Yiddish, he fairly embraced me.
Then, off he went on a round ot
discussion, centering mainly on
the issue of Yiddish culture,
about which I had asked him.
When I later queried Mr Sha
zar on his view of the PreSl
dency, he refused to comment;
for our interview took place sev-
eral days before his swearing in
"coronation," as the Israelis are
affectionately calling it. He was
at that moment not yet. in fact,
the President of Israel. But as
we talked further, he seemed
easily to slip into the mood of his
future Office: "As President ot
Israel." he declared, "it is my
job to ."
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If my car trouble at Yotvata
had developed before my visit
with President Shazar, I would
immediately suggest exchanging
the beckex with the frontbeckex
and proceeding all speed rear-
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fJcnisti ncridliari
Pace 9-A
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
0
Charier IV 14
R. Tochmi.ni. the sandal mailer. -,
taid. Every attembly which is in
the name of Heaven will in tlie
end be ettdblithed, but t/iut which
fj not in 'tlif name of Heaven u'lll I
not in the end ho established.

Chapter V 10.
There are (even marl^.s of an un-
1'iiitureJ. and Mien o/ .1 wise man.
The wise man does not spcal^ be- |
(ore him utha ;j creater than he in
ui.,;.>m: and does not hrraJ; in up- -
on the speech of his fellow: he is .
not hasty to anneer; he rfuettioiu
according to llie siibjcit mutter, und
answers to the point; lie sheilas up-
on the first thing first and the last .
kwi; regarding that which he has
not understood he tayj / do not
understand it. und he lU^uou'ledges
the truth. The reverse of all this
ti to he found in ju uncultured
man.
v.
Chap. I., 11. At'/dlvon Mid "ft
be heedful of your words
lest ye iueur the penalty of exile
and be exiled to a place of evil
waters, and the disciples who come
.': you dn .,'< th) rcof and die.
jn.i the Hedvenly \\ime he pro-
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rCeligious \QllCS
{ten ^ox
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the 145th Psalm recited
three times every day accord-
ing to Jewish tradition?
The Talmud (Bciachoth 4b)
claims that Whosoever recites this
Psalm three times a day will in-
herit the World to Come. A num-
ber of reasons are advanced fori
this claim, first, its verses of
ihis Psalm are arranged aeeord-
ing to an alphabetical acrostic.
This, according to some, is sup-
posed to be man's highest form
i f praise for the Creater because'
the entire range of sounds avail-
able to man is used in extolling)
Ihe Almighty.
Secondly, the 16th verse of the j
Psalm is considered of supreme
gnificance. It reads "Thou open-
i-t thy bantf, and satisfies! every
living thing with favor'" This
! roclaims the undiscriminating,
ill embracing sustenance of life
iy (Jod. It professes our faith in
Ihe helief lhat the Almighty, al-
though He is -so majestic and all
powerful, still has regard for every
lorm of lifefrom the highest to
ihe lowest and concerns Himself
with every individual.
The Zohar (Numb.. Pine has) ex-1
plains that the Psalm is recited
twice a day as an omen of sus-
tenance and once as a hymn to
'In Hand ot G-d which is always
inn to all. The first time we
chart this prayer in the morning
ervice it serves as an opening
to the Psalms which are recited as
. form of praise to the Almighty.
Ihe second time, which is after
he basic prayers of the morning
rviee, is an omen for sustenance
nee we are ready to depart from
nr daily toils of labor to part;iko
"f food again.
How Balaam's Curse Was
Elevated to Divine Status
By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Israelite Center
This Sabbath throughout the
world the portion of the Balak in
the Book of Numbers will be read.
In this portion, we find a phrase
uttered by Balaam, the heathen
prophet, who was engaged to
curse the Israelites, and it is ut-
tered at all or most synagogue
services. This is seemingly
strange: a heathen prophet speaks,
and the words become sacred?
By delving into the phrase, the
depth and implication of the ut-
terance become more meaning-
ful.
Balaam was asked by Balek
to curse the Jewish people. Al-
though not necessarily to his lik-
ing, he agreed to speak the words
placed in his mouth by God. When
he arrived, and the setting was
prepared, he said, upon gazing
down at the settlement of He-
brews, "How lovely are thy tents
0 Jacob, thy dwelling places. 0 Israel." This statement has virtually
become the official opening of prayers for all of Israel.
Balaam noticed the Tents of Worship set up by the Israelites and
marveled. He said, "How lovely are Thy tents"how lovely for Jews
in gather in their beautiful tents of God. When the Jew prays, he
employs the fust person plural. This indicates that he prays not
alone for hi ./.elf, but for and with his co-religionists and all the world.
It is an interesting unity; but there was a counterpart beheld by
Balaam"thy dwelling places O Israel." This suggests that the
Jewish home must complement the Tents or House of God.
The place wherein the Jew dwells must be permeated with a spirit
of holiness too. His home must also be a sanctuary of peace and con-
tentment. His family life must contain the beauty of understanding.
His table should be a sacred altar and his wife a priestess or princess
of the home. When the Jew \\ill be cognizant of the vast importance
of the Tent as beautified and the dwelling place as sacred, then and
only then, can there be a fulfillment of complete beauty.
Every Jew should take to rcart the depth of these words: not alone
utter them, but also practice them. In this fashion, he will be able
to exemplify the peaceful and beautiful life of both God and man; and
he will be able to demonstrate that the Tents of Jacob and the
dwelling places of Israel are indeed lovely.
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
. curse or blessing?
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... Israelite Umter frttUtnf
The Israelite Center
In 1948. a handful of people who
settled in the Southwest section,
east of Coral Gables, and in the
vicinity of Coral Way, decided to
unite and form a place of wor-
ship. The particular area was not
conducive to a united Jewish
group; but they were determined,
and by knocking on doors and
checking mezuzas to determine
Jewish residents, they formed the
Israelite Center.
For the first year or so, meet-
ings, services and functions were
held on the porch of a charter
member. Mr. I. Citron, one of the
elders, who is still a daily fre-
ouenter at services. In the face
of many difficulties and obstacles,
including financial and zoning re
trictions. the energetic group Suc-
cessfully purchased six city lots
en the circular location of SW 32nd
Ave. and 21th Ter. (.(instruction
began, and a single building was
erected in 1949 that served as soc-
ial hall, synagogue and later a
school building.
The members worked conscien-
tiously and erected the building
Without a mortgage, and laymen
served the congregation in a
clerical capacity. The late Har-
ry Gross was the first president,
and the late Rabbi Abraham
Sachs, a retired businessman,
served the Israelite Center as part-
time rabbi.
In 1952. the educational build-
ing was erected. Mrs. Nathan
Shcnkin, one of the first Board
of Education chairmen, solicited
and knocked on doors to obtain
students Rabbi Morton Malav-
sky was engaged as first full-time
spiritual leader of the Israelite
Center in May, 1953, and the Cen-
ter began to grow from a handful
of individuals to a synagogue of
stature in the community.
mini' i
This page is prepared in
COOpention with the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater \iiami
Rabbinical Assn.

RABBI MAX A. L1PSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON CltlPF
Gems of Wisdom
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Due to limited quarters, a build-
ing campaign was begun in 1956,
and the present Temple edifice
accommoda'ing 450 worshippers in
the main sanctuary, was complet-
ed in 1957.
The Israelite Center numbers
Mime 275 member families, with an
overall school enrollment of more
than 150 students.
The following are past presi-
dents who have been named hon-
orary presidents: Charles Fidel-
man. David Guttenmacher. Hyman
Kirsner, Hy Morris and Ben Segal.
Serving as president since Jan-
uary, 1963 is Lewis Pomerantz.
Rabbi Malavsky has just begun
his 11th year of spiritual leader-
ship at the Israelite Center.
Eome friends are lik,e the shad-
ow, they follow us when our sun
shines. M'H.
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Beteare of friends, not enemies.
LAZEROV.

Genius is ld{f a flint of many
edgr.\, but it is the edges that gtee
the sparkle. saphir.
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alent chiefly from others. Genius
earns from nature, from its own
mature, talent learns from art.
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AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
---- ----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko. president.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con- ;
aervative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.,
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday p.m. Saturday : a.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
_ ----
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
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BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-'
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
---- ----
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tcbor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Frlilas 8:1.1 |i.m Sill 'I.' i II ii m.
s. i iii.ii "YVIuil :- I! -in and \\ ha
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EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
i S I', .1 .111.
.mil .. In ], in :.li. nl utii Km Ik -
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BETH RAPHAEL. IW NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or- [
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Friday 6:13 |i.m. Saturdaj *:So a.m.
Sii-iii,,ii: "I i. in,. no> : Free Speech oi
Free Anitntlun- Which?" 6 p.m. Ser-
mon: "Kthlca ,,f "in Faint
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 1tth
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Thltrsdnv 9 'in Bar Mttsvnh: lmn.
-,,ii ,,f air. and Mm. Leu Uruwer. Fri-
day t:l". ('.in Saturda> v r u.m, Bar
Mlixvah: tSordfin, >>"ii ,t Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Gronnmnn; Alan, son ,,v Sir.
an,l Mrs. Edward Kaplan Leonard,
-mi ,.f Mr. and Mr- Alie Rothnt In
Mm, Ik. p.m. Hai Mltavuh: Elliot,
aon "f Mi. und Mr*. Mas Stern.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 15441
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
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OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Kii.las s : p.in Sermpn: "The Ilia-
, i j -1. ,,i Truth." Saturday s:3 a.m.
Sti -ii. "I'mii.,ii o( tlir Week." i'
Mltivah ii lary, eon ( Mr. ami Mr*.
Haruld Ui I man 7 p.m. Min.li.i.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st!
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros- !
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
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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.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., Hia-
leah Refoim.
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Loins Cohen.
Frlduj ~ p.m Saturday S:S0 a.m Ban
Mltavah: Larry, i*in ,,i Mr. ami Mr-.
Harold Ab. I,
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice .
Klein.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morns Berger.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1391 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland
Hall. 1153* So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowltz. Can-
tor Ernest Stelner.
Friday 8:30 a.m. NhtuMay '.' a.m.

TEMPLE B"NAI ABRAHAM. S7
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Groaaberg.
i-1 Way B:W pm. Istdaajsiidance Dfey
SaJibalh. K.Tinmi: "Denendenee upon
find in True Independence." l'ulplt
neat, iistn StMrAeaw, eommaiMer,
Abe Horn.win t'csst h^l' Jewish War
Veterans; cu.-i speaker. Daniel Neil
Heller, national juilio- advm-ate, JWV.
TEMPLE B*BTH SHOLOM, 4144 ChaWs '
I'lmfassssl
GEMS OF WISDOM
To be able :o forget find
is tlie prerogative of noblt
-
*
It is only the tlinist of '.': '.'..<
tli.it ll ever forced the :..-.'..
humanity to yield. I
*
A great (?enitu forms
.. ,,.' r great g< niui le< I
simulation than by frieti
diamond grindi another.
*
Genitu really meani ti
:, ..
JAI

A .. .- .:
':. y .....!..
* *
on
lilt Rd
is why the owd
: ,-r without reason, i-
:.. treat greal men as lunai .
- LO :
ai
-4
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon K'en,ar,
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Pulpit Oueel ti:.
.Mi.-I.a'. 1 UOUlSt......f Mall, li, I -
land. Saturday 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 'ffOO-'NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rscbi S.
M. Machtei.
FrUla) 8:30 p.m. Guest xpeak, i
ant l.. \ a, "i, c Shabbal bi
si-n-li.....I. Saturday 8:80 -.
; ',,> .1 inloi < nnsi
temple EMrNUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh *eler.
! '.ii : p.m. Saiurday : .' .....
moii: "fnlflnir All American----- "
Indi ii nil II I ) nn,.ii "'
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS rrh *'..
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. 'siarot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Pale'-ir .-ive.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Vordecai
Podet.
l'i idaj R:15 p.m. < Ini Shab -
low s, r\ i,.-.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 ?Bth it.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward K'e n.
----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th ft. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trod,
tional. Rabbi Eugene Libovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Cons; n1-ve.
8755 SW 16th St Miam Ri.i :
Samuel April. Cantor Gershe-. Levin.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MtAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reforn-. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
i-'i ii... 8:1S p.m. 8i Dion: "T "/ -
1} Pol It,Ml."
---- ----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACCE 951
Flamingo Way. Conservat,. ;. Rabtl
Hynian Gross. Cantor Jack Le'ner.
Klein,
la; S:13 p.m Katurday i
.---- ----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zai^p'.i ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Bti
Dickson.
., v s I.", p.m Sermon: "H H
. Tnj Tints, Jai
,h.\ s: 13 a iii. Sermon
ame .......Ins (l
How i r.l. nun of Mr Mrs.
.i.i, l, F Manhoff.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW T1h tt.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour H 'Mes.
p -lit iirdny Bcr
nn n: "Strange Frophets."
\ ,i li Daniel, m in ot Mr, a
rai i /., lonki
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabt- Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glanta.
01 S, nn, in : -. ,i,. .
Dovnllon." iiii-i. SlialOiai iMtfld
si-t. ih..od. Saturday 8 a.m -'-'
"Portion of the W.. k."
VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Canter Maur-
ice Neu.
---- ----
YOUNG ISRAL... sinj NE 1T1' at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stflber.
FYidaj 7 p.m. Saturdaj 0 Jt""-
s, "in,,n- "Portion of the wex Bin-
elia 7 p.m.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
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vJmisti ftcrkUar?
Friday-. July -S^ 1963
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/ Write as I Please
By CAR1 ALPIRT
Less Dogmatic Eshkol May Bring New Era of Understanding
*> i
Haifa
njR. BEN-gurion'S resigna-
" tion came as a great shock
to Israel even as it surprised the
rest of the world. Despite his
76 years, it had almost begun to
seem as if B.G.
would go on
forever.
New P r i me
Minister Levy \
Eshkol has'
been Minister
of Finance
since 1952. As
a member of
Ben Gurion's
Mapai Party he may be expect
ed to follow the basic principles
of Ben-Gurion's national policies.
though perhaps with a coloration
of his own.
For one thing, Eshkol is far
less dogmatic. One commenta-
tor sagely observes that where
Ben-Gurion would conduct a
monologue, ending up with his
decree. Eshkol carries on dia-
logues. He patiently listens to
others, and then comes to a de-
cision. He has been a master
negotiator. It was he who skil-
fully maneuvered the political
understanding which brought
about the present coalition af-
ter the last elections, when al-
most evervone else had despair-
ed of such possibility.
Do his pliability and amiabil-
ity and maneuverability mean
that he is lackin in decisiveness.
a necessary characteristic in the
leadership of a state like Israel?
Devaluation of the Israel Pound
Panorama:
was a vital economic step that
should have been taken years
ago; was it delayed because
Eshkol could not bring himself
to make a decision until the last
moment? In defense matters
such hesitation can prove fatal.
On the other hand, anyone
who can bring a degree of peace
to Israel's embattled internal
politics would be making a maj-
or contribution to internal se-
curity. Eshkol is not a weak
man. He is just as stubborn as
Ben-Gurion, but less impulsive.
He has nerves of steelone who
has borne the financial burdens
of the State these many years,
yet still can smile and joke and
relax is not an ordinary person.
There are two areas in which
Eshkol may take a somewhat
different- line than Ben-Gurion,
though perhaps the major dif-
ferences would be only in em-
phasis. It is generally believed
that the thorny problem of Is-
rael's relations with Germany-
was one of the factors contribut-
ing to the resignation. Eshkol
may agree with Ben-Gurion, but
he will not be as insistent in
pushing the matter. As one ob-
server puts it, he will not make
an ideology out of resuming rela-
tions with Germany.
The second area is that of
relations with the Arabs. As
one who has heretofore dealt
only with finances, Eshkol has
not yet h?d opportunity to re-
veal his views. If Moshe Sharett
should enter the new cabinet,
even if only as .Minister without
Portfolio, it would he clear in-
dication ol the possibility of a
fresh approach to the problem
of peace with the Arabs. It
Sharett should eventually be-
come Foreign Minister, some-
thing which would have been
unthinkable under Ben-Gurion.
the new trend would become
sharp, clear and emphatic
It is significant tha" (he Arabs
in Israel are great admirers of
Sharett. They are e~ijer for his
sumption of power and re-
sponsibility in the government.
Sharett is regarded a<* a spokes-
man of peace, understanding
and benevolent compromise
Local Arabs feel th it only he
can lead the way to :i negotiat-
ed peace with the Arab states
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
King Solomon Should Have Taken More Exercise
JUNE IS THE month of brides and I've been study-
ing to find out just what the Jewish authorities
think on the subject. I find they are favorable.
Judaism does not seem to have nourished the idea
ol asceticism that we find in some religions. No
ine is regarded more of a saint for not having mar-
ried. There are some cynical remarks about the
institution oi marriageamong the folk sayings,
but do not represent religious positions. Bertrand
Russell makes an interesting comparison between
the Solomon, who wrote the Song of Songs, and the
Solomon who was the author of Ecclesiastes. "Per-
haps," opines Russell, "the author of Ecclesiastes
thought all was vanity because he did not take
enough exercise."
Rabbi Samuel bar Isaac, according to the Tal-
mud, would take a bunch of myrtles and dance be-
fore brides: and King Agrippa, the Talmud tells
us, gave away to a bridal procession in the streets
of Jerusalem. "I wear the crown every day," he
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Nasser Emulates the Worst Racist Policies
Washington-
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
' has moved against racial seg-l
on in Alabama but con-l
tinues to appease Egypt's Nasser,!
the "Bull" Connor of the Middle!
East. Nasser has emulated thel
ousted police bigot of Birmingham!
by blocking any moderation of!
anti-Jewish barriers in the Arabl
world. This came to light when Washington an-
nounced thai Saudi Arabia, for the first time, would
permit American Jewish personnel of United States
military units to participate in training exercises
in Saudi Ari-bia Nasser immediately shrilled that
li Arabia had sold out the anti-Jewish segrega-
tion barrier By appealing to anti-Jewish passions.
Nasser forced Saudi Arabia to back down and re-
ege on its a rreement.
Egypt has denounced the United States for
racial incidents in Alabama .:nd elsewhere. But in
blocking racist moderation in Saudi Arabia, Nas-
ser has taken virtually the same role that Gov.
Wallace assi-mcd against University of Alabama
officials who were ready to cooperate with the Fed-
eral integration procedure.
The State Department still refuses to apply to
American p.-ograms in Egypt the same anti-bias
i;inciples that President Kennedy has asked in his
message to Congress on domestic civil rights. The
Department ignores anti-bias clauses inserted by
Congress into the Foreign Aid laws.
Off the Record:
Rather than inject anti-bias measures into
various laws. President Kennedy said: "It would
be better at this time to pass a single comprehen-
sive provision making it clear that the Federal
Government is not required, under any statute, to
furnish any kind of financial assistanceby way of
grant, loan, contract, guaranty, insurance or other-
wiseto any program or activity in which racial
discrimination occurs." The President certainly
cannot separate anti-Semitism from his concept of
racial discrimination.
Secretary of State Dean Rusk recently testified
before Confess that Egyptian American relations
had improved and that massive aid should again
be handed out to Nasser. This came at a time when
Congress was concerned about feeding America's
unemployed millions, including many Negro victims
..f job bias. Nasser was simultaneously denouncing
Saudi Arabia for permitting entry of Americans of
Jewish faith among U.S. Forces assigned there.
Saudi Arabia is high on Nasser's list of intend-
ed victims. He resents the presence of U.S. mili-
tary units in a country he is seeking to overthrow.
To undermine Saudi-American defense cooperation.
Nasser exnloited the first moderation in Saudi
Arabia's previously rigid anti-Jewish stand.
Nasser bypocrtically admits Jewish tourists to
Egypt to get their dollars while maintaining a
boycott and blockade against American Jewish bus-
inessmen who seek to sell to Egypt. He also bars
American Jews from service on U.S. missions bas-
ed in Cairo, including the agency which distributes
American dollars
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Root of Hassidism is Spreading Rapidly
UkfHEN HASIDDISM FIRST rose to-
* the surface in Jewi>h life early in
the eighteenth century, prediction was
wide that the new religious movement
vould die with its founders. But the t
appeal of its tenets to the wide Jewish
masses was so powerful that, instead
of disintegrating with the death of Is-
rael Baal Shorn Toy and his illustrious
disciple Ber Mezritcher. it gained phe-
nomenal momentum until its influence and impact en-
veloped practically every Jewish communitv in the
v orld.
What was the force behind th? unique burgeoning of
his mystic movement' By placing exultation above
learning, it laid the foundation for democracy in Jew-
ish life By making prayer a matter of the heart rather
than of conformity with a set standard, it attracted the
untutored, the unlearned, and the unfirm. By bringing
gaiety and song into worship, it brought uplifting of
..mmun.on between man and God, it brought comfort
hAco'uldn 'IT1 7 WCrC be>0nd r^">P''n because
tne> could not themselves commune with God
.,J.nC Tdd'k .W3S T" 'O0 pr0ud ,0 **& With the
bimpe Thus it was that the immortal Reb Levi |.,h ,k
Berdichever-to whom this columnist is proudly ,,,
by ancestry-once Passed on his way to svna/og
Stack.. The roo. has now spread to israe'l and Am
with deep promise in both lands. d AnK'ma
-.cd. "let the bride have the crown for an hour."
"Every parent,'' is another Talmudic saying,
'must teach his son a trade, help him ge: a wile
and some say, leach him to swim
I read a story of a Shadchan who wai trying
to arrange ;: wedding of a young London Jew with
Princess Margaret. After much argument, the
young man agreed. "Well." said the Shadchan, "I
h:.ve convinced one side. Now I must go to the
other."
But the Shadchan has almost disappeared.
Nowadays, the young people want to rely solely
en themselves. They consult only their own tastes.
Like the Jewish story of the bridegroom who en his
wedding ni^ht was asked how he liked his bride
"Well," he said, "it's matter of taste, I
don't like her."
A great deal of advice is dished out about
choosing the proper mate. One of the meet fre-
quent points stressed is the need of a common in-
terest, and yet I think of the case of Heinrich
Heine, whose wile was a simple peasant girl
Mathilda.
On his death bed. Heine -. d he hoped she
would immediately reman-) after his passing
Why"' she asked. "Because said Heine, "!
want someone to mourn m> past i
Heine was just being whimsii Act illy he
..- verj much in love with this peasant girl,
though intellectually she certaii as no mate.
Perhaps the case of Heine v. bit >f Tal
mudic advi.-e in choosing go lown a
step."
Between You and Me: By BCStS SMOLAR
On Emotional Outbursts
IMPORTANT NON-JEWISH organi/.i
lions in the field of public education
are now taking steps to check emotional.
outbursts against the Supreme com"
[ciccisions banning Bible readin,; and the
Lords Prayer from public schools They
.re especially interested in preventing
Inntl-Jewish propaganda, such as took
I place last year when the Supreme Court
banned the Regents Prayer in New
. State" X|",rican Association of School Admin-
istrator.- addressed a memorandum on the subject to all
school superintendents reminding ihem that the initial
excited reaction -n connection with the Supreme Courts
suhu'r, i,,f'nS' ','" H,"""N Vr:'? ibantK, iy modified by "second thoughts after the
(ourts ruling was studied and analysed.
i.,wlh!n,,AS7'''""n 'r^'U ,h' "n~ happen
, ',,':; ','""1 iUDerint?ndenta and members
; o.Kduratton -not to join in the on cry of the
So ;', p",nu ""' ,h;" 'h- weare of the
,,.,,, .....' "'" '""""> "f community ,11 largely
' .'" "" ...... of local public officials to the
I H etplalm that ,n the two con-
, '" Supreme Court issued Its
thw i the pro-
,";.',, the Blbl. i sooTce
* : uch injects as
.,'';,' ire reading! from the Bible
;,,,',' "' "" Lords Prayer, conducted by
,n ,," "' PM1 ol opening daily eicereteea in
..,:'",,; rUaUyreu.....,.. hUScon.
' s r;;.,;iIIi;;;:,.''"shmM" "* "ivioL.on of the
A me ,,,,,,,, |m||.ir (o
("bx Zn ,"" "[ S,h',l MtaWwtors was also*
out b> the National School Boards Association


Friday, July 5, 1963
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
-No. 63C 7069 -|M
.VIS" A SIllKKY.
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,\i!v^ivn.i.i: mvttltlt?"* '~v'
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. \|;:s. MARY LUCILLE SHIRK.Y
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rates .
Dial I'll :i-11.05
tor messenger service
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 6C017 C
IN RE Est He of
Jl'NE MARK IN K VVY.
Hi ..,-..1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m and All Persons tin
na 01 Demands Agalnat

ai hi eby notlfli 'I ami re-
ri wilt all) ilalins and di
vhlch 1 11 ma \ hs vi 1 nlnsi
1 't..... .11 X 1: MARK >N K A'l"/.
tl I l>a l"i iUIH) l-'loi -
1 ant) Judg< "i 1 lade
thi sann in dupli-
1 Ided In Mecilo
- in theli offlci Hi
01111 hoti -. ;n Ihiili Copi
1 ivithln six ealendai 11
line "i 1 he fii-i iiublli al ion
the sami .\ II In 1 I
1 11 Miami, 1 o In, this !7th
1 .. \ 1
MIl.Ti i.\ \ KHIKDll \ N
llldg., Miami Si, I
\- 1.
V I'KI i:i i.MAN
1 J in Mai on Kata
^ 11- llldg., Miami J2, Floi 1 is
7 7,-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. S8978-A
IN RE: Estate "f
JI'AN H BLIAKIM,
11... a-- d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors ..1 I All IVis ms 1 In c-
Ins Claims or Dam.....is Against Said
Esiali .
You ar.- hereby notified and re-
quired t" present an) rlulms and de-
mands that you max have aenlnst ih,-
estate "i .ll'AN S KI.IAKIM il...as,,l
late "f Mad.- County. Florida, to, the
County Judgi s af 1 "ade Count). and
I fib ihe ame In din llcate and .i- pro-
vided in Becllon 733 16. I lorida Stat-
. |n the Count)
11I1 h, 'n th< offl
c.....thouse in D ity, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of tho first publication hereof,
,,r thi 1 arlll I- i"i red
Dated al Miami. Fli rldii, this ith
da) oi June, A.D.
PETER M LOPEZ
As Admin strator
MONEY EPRONSi iN
> f..r Admlnl-trator
2 II S. 111 It Tl ,-l I :
'j II -." -' -
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No 63-2263
l.i HIS KAl'Kl.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK !.. nt.KNS,
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR INDEBTEDNESS
TO: JAI "K 1. il.KN'S
Philadelphia, Pa.
You are hereb) notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Indebtedness lias
been filed against you, and you are
r, rpjl i.i to -. <. a cop) of \ "in An-
swer or Pleading In Ihe Rill "f Com-
plaint "'i ihe Plaintiffs Attorneys,
KHEVIN. tiOODMAN & lit il.T/.M AN.
J46 Hey bold Kullding, Miami 32, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
I", ndlng in the offli of Cli rk
"i the "Ii II i'oui I 1:.....rd on or be-
fore the Mli da) of J ly, 1963. II
II 1.......... Judgment by .defaull
will I..- taken .i.mh-'i you for thi re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint,
Thla notice shall be published once
. 1 week for i"ni' consecutive weeke
In Till: IEW ISH KI.OR1DI VN.
1'iiNi: .nil OKDEKEli ill Miami.
Dade County, Florida, tliis 17th da)
of .Inn. A 11., 1963.
.1 l- McCRAI "K EN, Clerk of
the Civil Court of R< 1 ord
1 'ad,- 1 "ounty, Florida
call Ily: CH \i:i.i:s c. PAOE,
11,-nut\ Clerk
si I i:\l.N-. Hi Mil i.MAN & HOLT Z.MAN
Vtto neys for Plaintiff
146 Seybold Huiliiiii
Miami TJ. Florida
By: Harry M. Rosen
.'i 21-28, 7 "'-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59628
IN RE: Estate of
KADIE HRONSTEIN
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and 1*0-
|quired t" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have
the estate of SADIE BRONSTE1N
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, t" the County Judges uf Dade
County, and file I hi same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733.16
I'l'.i Ida Statutes, In theli ffi es In
tlie County i'oui ihi'ii" 11 Dade Coun
i>. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of 1 he ri: si publli loi
hi reof, or the me 111 l barred.
1 lat.-il at Miami, Flw Ida, 1 ils Jtl
day of June, A.D
JOSEPH IMiSE
As Executor
BYRI N I. si VRHER
A ii". 11. y f"i Executor
120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach, Fla.
ll -".-:''.
'.-!'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY (ilVKN
i. il. 1 Ing t.....gag
and. r Ihe Ii. lin "i- mini
', OtMARA JANE DKEHS SHOP
- -'i "oral Win Miami. 1 i,.1 Ida
i" ri glater said name with
';.
I 1:
thai
in
of
at
ill-
Ihc
'h of tii.. circuit Court of Dad
mty, Florida.
II-ADY* wi'\iti:i.s CO., INC.
ii) 1 is. .Miners, President
MVYERS
Attoi m> r, r ciadvs' Apparels Co., Inc.
" 1 ungress Building
12, Florida
7 .-'-I2-I9-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
, inderalgned, di airing to en
- under the fictitious tuunes of
'" \ \l.l K. THE l:u: VALUE, BIO
\M.i'K FOOD STORES, and THE
! V'AM'E liii'U STORES, at 16385
1 "i" Highway, North Miami
' lorida Intends to register said
'|'- with the Clerk "i tin- Circuit
""it f Dnde County, Florida.
II.'IW ul-' Ml \MI. INC..
.. a r lorida 1 'oriioratlon
*'>\ NER ,v- MANNHE1MBR
Vlt,
' Flow of M.....ii. Inc.
1 |l 'ration.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6362
THERESA P TlllPI,
i:ism:i.i. .1 TRIPI,
I I, fe'lil.lllt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti' ::rssi:i.i. .1 TRIPI
"v Donald Drlv.
Town of Cheek 1 < New 1
Tou, l:rssi'.l.l. -i Tltu-i. are here-
in notified that a Bill "f Complaint
tor DlTorce has been filed against
mil. and M.u are i.i,ai:id to serve a
r your Answer or PI* idlng
py
ti
ii 31-28, 7 i-13
the Bill of Comulalnt on the I'lainuii-
Attorney. i;hi.iman. BOLDSTEIN .<
I'AC'/IKU. 2401 Weal Flngler Street,
Miami 15, Florida and Ttti tin Original
Answer or Blaading '" Ihe. office of
the Clerk of the CTrc lit Court on or
i fore Ihe l">th da) of duly, ttt.3.
von fail 10 ii.. so, judgment i>> defaull
"will he taken against y.u ror Ihe re-
lief d.nianii.ii In tl" Bill of Complaint
This notice gtntli luihllnhed once
each week for four consecutlye weeks
in THE .IKW1SII I l.i'KUM VN.
DONE AN.....ID BRET) at Miami.
Morlda. Ihls loth day of June. A U
E B L-EATHERM \N, Clerk,
i 'In lit Court, "1........"my. Florida
(aeai) n> 1 N. a HEW BTT.
1 i,.|,i" 1 Mk
Qoldman, Ooldsteln .v Pacsler
1401 \\ ,-i 1 le Street
Miami 36, Fla NE
Attorneys for Plaintiff .,,,,, -
6. ll--l--\
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY I5IVEN thai
the nnd, ralgned, desiring to engage In
in sine.s under the fictitious names "f
VAI.l i: VAY. liiil'Kl.i: V, THE BIO
V, vv, at 16383 West Dixie Highway,
North .Miami Beach, Florida Intends
to reg stcr -aid name- with the Clerk
.,f the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
Florida.
f 1.1 i\v 1 F MIAMI. INC .
a Floi Ida coi poration
KOVNER *. MANNHKIMKIt
Attorneys foi Flow of .Miami, Inc.
_________6/21-38.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6455
' IN I.....TEN,
1 laintlff,
WILLIE .1. TOOTEN,
Di n.lam.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y. ll" \\ ILI.1E ,1. 'I ITEN, Route
2, M.i.h-. n. Oeori 1 nol Ified to
serve a up; of j.....' answei 'o Di-
ll lint fib '! 011 mi
Plalntifl IEi iR'IE NICH-
1 iL VS, 61 2 N VV 12th \vi Ml nnl.
1 ia hi.1 I le original with Clei
this 1 'ourl on r b< fore 19th day of
.1 nly, |963, i-ttlel VV ise at Will
ise 1IATED June '
11 l.i' VTMFllM \N
, 'I, 1;, of thi Circuit Court
(seal) By: N. A. HEWETT,
i iuul s Clerk
6.14-21 -. :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai
the luidei signed, desiring to 1
business under thi flctltous name of
Caribbean Panel .'> Chemical Sales
Co. mot Inc.) at -:'< N.W. S9th Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida intend- to reg-
ister -aid name with the Clerk "f the
Circuit Couri "f Dade County, Florida.
LESLIE F11HRO
Sole Owner
LEONARD K W.lsll
\11..1 n. x for Applicant
1629 1 'uivm Building
1. n-'.'i-:'-.. 7 :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .1 n 1; 18 )IKKi:i'.Y GIVEN that
the nude signed, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltous name of
PAR VI 'ISi: FOOD s \I.KS al '
lit!, St., Mlaleah, Florida in1.11.ls to
register said name with the
thi circuit Court "l Dade
Florida.
AKN'i il.l' WISSER
l";; E 14th Street
I llaleah, Florida
M.YIN N. WEIN8TBIN
v for Applicant
M ill Blaeayns Bldg.
rk of
iiul>'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DAIN PROBATE
No. 55439-C
IN III'. Eatate u*
HERBERT S. STi:iH'.-S
I', isi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors 1 nd All Persons Hav-
ing Clal 1 or 1 11 anda Against Said
.
You are her 'by notified and re-
quired i" M esenl an 1 claims and di -
man i- which > "it ma) h ve against
the estate of HERBERT S. STROI'SS
deceased late of I Hide County, 1 lorida,
to the 1".unity Judgi s of 1 kide County,
and file the same m their offices in
the County Courthouse In l>ade Co "
i\. Florida within six calendar months
from thi dat. 01 the first publication
hereof, or the same will barred,
I _-,j I' IT A R UNEY
W. 11. RICHARDS
Co-Admlnisti ators
I. R. MAYERS, Attorna)
1612 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
; 2S, 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6716
ESTER HEGEDl'S and JULIA
MERE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I. K. ROBERTS REALTY
COMPANY, a dissolved Florida
corporation, i ala.,
I lefendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE STATE 1 IF Fla IRII 'A
Tii THE DEFENDANTS:
JAMES F HI'RLEY, s ln tii
A Si' II A P K R and ELIZABETH
SCHAPER, Ins wife. -I K liOBER I'S
ami 101'FIK C. ROBERTS, his Wife,
i- W. MINKL.ER and BERTH \ 1.
MINKER, his w fe, al d Jl 'UN .1.
HPRLEY, 1 slngli man, whose real-
ntid addn re unknown
and ai e ii"t know 'i t" he d< ad 01
alive, and II
defendants are .1. ad, thi n Ihe un-
know n sn 11-. hi devisei s, gi an-
. ~ isslgi '' "
nthi r pal lies i 1 f by, thr gh "i
under or against such deceased par-
ty, and all unknown persons or par-
ti, na< ing 01 cl hai ah)
1 Ight, title or Interest In and t" the
fdllow ng til -' 1 il" tl 'and. lo wit:
Lots 8 and 7 of Block 17 TAM1 \MI
PINES, a subdlvisli a iii Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, as pi r Plal thereof re-
corded in Plat Book 14, pags H of
ihe Public Records ol Dad< Coun-
ty, Florida.
You and each of you are hereby
notified thai suit has been filed In
the above named Court by the above
named plaintiffs for ii"- purpose of
quieting title "f the plaintiffs in and
to ihe property involved, bereinabovi
,i. scribed.
Y"F ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a COO) of your answer or plead-
ings on ARONOVITZ, SILVER SCHER, ihe plaintiffs' attorneys, and
to file the orlgraal In the office of
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for
Dado County, Florida, on "i before
the Itrd da\ oi .iiih, IMS, In de-
fault of which a Decree Pro Con-
fesso vviii in- entered against you ami
each "f you.
DUNK AND ORDERED al Miami.
Made I'l'initv. Florida, tins IStll day
of Jim. \.l 191
K. B. LEATHERM IN, Clerk,
Circuit 'on t. 1 > ad,- 1 '..Miii.v. 11.....la
(seal) B) K M I.Y.MAN,
I ll llUt) 'lei |(
ARONOVITZ, SILVER A BCHER
Al torm v for I 'I tlnl Iffs
r.i'7 Alnslej llldg Miami ''-'. Fla
6 :M -'-'s. 7 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "-IE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU ~ C F
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 6718
BAMI'EL CKNIN,
Plaintiff, ,
vs.
BONTA HKNIN.
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Si >N1A GEN1N
YOB AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED '
a I'oinplBlnt for Divorce ha- b" I
filed agalnsl you and you
quired to serve a copy of your 1
swer or pleading to the Complain*. :
Divorce on the plaintiffs attorm
SIDNEY KFi'.i 1N.-11N. I'll Sectirit)
Trust Building, Miami :v:.
and file Ihe 01 le nol answer or
ing In the office of the Clerk of tl
Circuit Courl on or before .. 1
day of July, *''' otherwise, the C
plaint for l> von. heretofori H
herein will taken as conf.....I i
\ ia).
DATED at Miami. Florida, this *8tl
day of June.
K. r. LEATHDRMAN, Clet
1 'ir.ant Coul t. I ide '"Htm I
(seal) I'v : K. M. l.YMAN,
Dcmiti Clerk
SI I iNKY EFRONSi IN
Attorney for PI
241 s. rll 1 T -' Bids;.
.Miami "-. Florida
8 21 -:. "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. IT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the inderslgned, desiring t" ent
business under tin flctltous n.
THE I'ENNSIDE COMPANY
1051, Miami II, I" Ida Inti nds ti f -
Kter sa ihe Clei pf 1
Circuit 1 '"'""1 of 1 lad. 1 "ounl
INVESTMENT .v DEVEIAJPA
CORP >F F I I ill 11 A, BOli
VRTHfR W. KARLICK
Attorm v for Applicant
921 N.W 14th SI Miami. I
ii ll-."-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC-1""*
IN AND FOR DADE COUN"
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59952C
IN RE: Estan ot
Ii ISEPH STEIN a k a
JOE STEIN
I 'e. ensi .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T/i All Creditors and All Person-
Ing Claims 01 Demands Agalnsl -
Sou are hi ri by notified
quln 'I t" pre-, nt any claims
mands w hli li > n may ha> -.
.....stati of JtiSEPH BTEIN
JOE STEIN deceased lati
Countv, Florida, t" the County J idg-
of pad.- County, and file thi
duplicate and as provided In
7*18.16, Florida Statutes, In thi
Nces in the County Courtho -
1 iad. County, Florida, within 1
.iidar months from the time
first publication hereof, or ti
will he barred.
1 ia led ai Mia it, Florida, this I '
lav of June, vi' I96S.
SEYMOCR .1 SIMON
As Ancillary Administrator C.T \
Flrsl publication of this no
the '.'Mil dav nf .lane. 1968
SIMON, II VYS .v ORI'NDWERG
ah.a n, v s for Anclllai y
Idminlstrntor, 1" T A.
:: I Alnslev Bulkl
Miami '.-. I- lorida
8 28, T -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4023
THE II.1.1 VMSBCRGH EAVI> 3
HANK
Plaii I
EDW \ 1:i I' M IN and M VRY
1,1 'i isi: McLIN, his w ife.
Defendants,
NOT.CE OF SUIT
TO: Edward K McUn and
1... n -. Mi Lin, in- w Ife, '; -
known llvi and I
the ulikn.'W 11 In 1 'l.v i-..-. .
tees, asalgm 1 llenors, credltl -
trustees "i other claimants lali
by, through, umler or against any
the above named defendants who
deceasi d.
You are hereby notirieii th.it '.n.
above captloued action has been n-
stltut.il against you in the Clrcui
Courl of the Eleventh .indicia' 1
cult of Florida In and for Dadl O
ly lo foreclose a lilol'maKe UBOfl thi
following described real property:
l>t :'. Block :i Nt)RWOOD, accord-
tag to the rut thei.of. recorded i
Plat Book S5, Pgge St of the Pub-
lic Records of Dade County, FTosJda
You me required to file your an-
swer to plalntii't's complaint with th
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, an<
serve a com thereof upon plalntaff'r
attorns) MARTIN I'iNi"., nth Woo
Dade Federal Bldg., Miami 12, l".
Ida. not latei than July 2, i-'-i.
a Dec ee Pro Cnnfesso will be oter-
ed asatlnst you.
Haled: June 19. 191
K. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of th.- Cln ull Court
(awl) By: K M. i.ymaN,
in inn v i 'lerk
MARTIN FINE
All., in v i..i I'la nllff
l hi, Fa in ladi I ral Bldg.
Miami M, I lorida ^ ^ .
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In
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Friday. ]\.
" 19631
The New
Pope
By MAX LERNER
II w
Rome.
The signs here in Rome all pent to the fact that (be ******
vithin the Catholic Church, hich John XXIII set In motton in the
three, brief, crowded years before his death, will go on because it can
not be stopped and can scarcely be maintained.
There is evidence that even the late Pope did not quite kJOW
how far-reaching would be the consequences of his idea lor caUMg
a world council of Catholic bishops. Once the suggestions cam
ing in from every corner of the world, they formed an Irresistible
Hood.
Restive under the conservative rule of the Roman Cunal oltices
which were dominated by Cardinal Ottaviani the men who earned
on the ChurcrTs work in the field had been waiting long tor a chance
to express their ideas for modernization. Add to this the proposal,
largely the idea of Augustin Cardinal Bea. for establishing relations
with non-Catholic religious bodies and add further the idea ol re-
claiming the silent areas ol the Church behind the Iron Curtain, and
you get some notion of how deep the currents of change were running
when Pope John died.
Cardinal Montini's swift success, on only Hie second day of bal-
loting, marked another revolution- that of the non-Italian cardinals
irom whom Pope John had received his strongest support. Coming
from Belgium, Holland, West Germany. Austria, France, thev ex-
pressed the consciousness of the new Europe which is being ploughed
up by deep social and intellectual furrows of change, as against the
older forces represented by the majority of the 29 Italian cardinals.
There is a new Italy too, which is part of the new Europe, but
Cardinals like Ottaviani, Tardini. Ruffini and Seri did not express it.
Cardinal Montini, who in his .Milan post had to deal with the ferment
in the great industrial triangle of north Italy, did express the new
Italy and the new Europe magnificently. For the Italian conserva-
tives, faced with a choice between an Italian or a non-Italian lib-
eral, Montini seemed the lesser evil.
For the Europeans, his election marked a brilliant victory, but
I suspect that next time they will not be content with another such
victory, but will consolidate their undoubted strength and insist on
a non-Italian. The days seem numbered when a single small country
can claim a third of the memo: rs of the Sacred College and thus hold
the balance of power in what must be a world-wide faith if its in-
fluence is to survive.
Paul VI started with the advantage of being clearly the late
Pope's own choice. John went out ol his way to show it by making
him the first new cardinal he created, by giving him signal honors,
by giving him quarters in his own apartment, by keeping him from
the limelight in the consilar controversies so that he would not be-
come unacceptable to the moderates and conservatives. The dra-
matic circumstances of John's death made this preference irresistible.
John was not only bold, but intensely huirur. This humanity)
caught the world's imagination. The people who massed in St. Peter's
Square during the days before his death were there because they
didn't want an old man to die alone. They wanted to help him meet
death. The carryover of this popular wave of feeling could not help
but reach the cardinals.
The man they chose will carry on the projects which John started.
Yet he is a very different type of mannot a man of peasant roots
who turned out to have the genius of simplicitybut a bookish man.
a master of words and style, ,- brilliant intellectual, an organizer and
administrator, a diplomat, a man with an inside knowledge of both
clerical and secular politic-.
One guesses that a number of cardinals who voted for him will
anxiously wait to see whether he fulfills their analysis of him. On
one score he is likely to temper Pope John's policies. Many moderate
as well as conservative people in the Catholic Church feel that John's
Pacem in Terris" encyclical was badly timed for the Italian elec-
tions and was one of the factors, although not the decisive one. that
helped the Communist victory by seeming to remove the religious
Taboo from communism.
As one of the architects of the Christian Democratic Party, and
as the man who had the face-to-face talks with de Gaspen on the
relations between party and Church. Paul VI can scarcely be accused
of being naive about the Communists and their tactics. I doubt
whether they arc happy about his election.
The meeting between Pope Paul and President Kennedy must
be seen as one of the most dramatic events of the decadea meeting
between a liberal Catholic head of the greatest world power and the
liberal head of the world Catholic Church. Coming two days after
the Pope's coronation, at the end of weeks of almost uninterrupted
drama, it will attract the world's attention even more than Kennedy's
Berlin visit before it and more than de Gaulle's German visit afterit
If anyone doubted the President's wisdom in going through with
his European trip, and his political luck, this confrontation will prove'
them wrong on both scores.
Dr. Shapiro
Will be Speaker
i. Arthur Shapiro, chiroprac-
Uc physician, will speak on im-
Fomenting President Kenne* s
Physical F.tnes< Program on
Tuesday noon at the weekly lunch-
,on meeting ol the Miami Beach
udge ,,) B'nai B'rith. The res-
. ion open to the public, is schedul-
ed for the Florentine Room of the
DiLiilo Hotel.
Recently named chairman ot
the Special Events Committee ot
the Temple Emanii El Brother-
hood, Dr. Shapiro is past presi-
dent ot the Optimist Club of Mi-
ami Beach
Michael SOSSin, president ot
ihc Brotherhood, spoke at Tues-
day's meeting on the outlook for
-enior citizens in 1963.
Gerald Schwartz. president-
elect of the Beach Lodge, is pre-
siding at the weekly luncheon
meetings during the vacation ol
1 Gershon Miller, luncheon chair-
man and past president ol the
lodge.
Town Hall
Forum Friday
Women Without Men- Men
Without Women" will be the >ub-
ject of the next session of The
People Speak. Town Hall Forum,
on Friday. 8 p.m.. in the auditor-
ium of Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn.. 1234 Wash
ington Ave.
Panel members are Walter !'.
Wilson, marriage counselor; Her-
bert Zemel. attorney. Rev Dr
K. Wiley Scott. Miami Beach
Community Church: and Chaim
Rose, moderator.
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of Miami, Inc.
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"lori:r Friday, July 5, 1963
Section B
r Olom Names 'Sister of Year'
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ecipint of the "Sister of
" award initiated by the
- ip department of the
)r Olom Sisterhood was
.Ham Jacobs, who has
. tund-raising vice presi-
ihe past year
cob* received a plaque
. ndinu contributions to
. id Sisterhood" at a re-
i.i I donor luncheon at
in Hotel
the Bronx. N.Y.. in
1932. Marilyn grew up
attended Roosevelt High
[er mother devoted her-
er home, husband and
until her passing, when
.is 14 years old. She
Hither > aughter, Rulii,
lives with her family in
Mrs. Jacobs and her Bill were
married 10 years ago. and their J
marriage also marked the start
of another happy relationship, for
barely two years later, Marilyn's
father and Bill's mother were mar-
ried, ard are still living in New
York City.
The Jacohs couple came to Mi-
ami nine years ago. and four years
igo moved into their new home,
with sons Alan, now 9, and Bruce,
HOW 5. Alan attends Rockway
Elementary School, and Bruce
goes to Temple Or Olom Nursery!
School.
Mrs. Jacobs drives the school
bus, and as "Miss Marilyn" is i
much loved by her many children.'
She is also a Den Mother for Cub!
Scout Pack 216. Four years ago,'
J
when they settled in their new I
home, Mrs. Jacobs joined Temple *
Or Olom Sisterhood and became
active.
She started on the Kitchen Com-
mittee, "people began saying hello
to me" and very quickly friend-
ships were formed. The follow-
ing year, she worked on the donor
committee, and then was chair-
man of the Ten Percent Club for
two consecutive years.
These were her official duties,
but her sights were always set
on further goals than just getting
the job at hand done.
Despite her complete involve-
ment in the Temple, Mrs. Jacobs
finds time and energy for hobbies
and other interests. She is a mem-
ber of the Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary Post 223, she loves to
sew and takes great pride in this
accomplishment, she is an en-
thusiastic Maj Jong player, parti-
3-B
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and

Mrs. William Jacobs receives a plaque designating her as
"Sister of the Year" at a recent annual donor luncheon of
Temple Or Olom Sisterhod.
cipating in the Sisterhood tourna- feels that her husband's moral
ments. and even teaches begin- support and good nature played
ners to learn the game. j a major part in her receiving this
Above all things. Mrs. Jacobs, award.

by ISABEL GROVE
the bull fights in Madrid
changing of the guards at
.ham Palace in London.
in :... i>mans. Florence and
traveling with daueMer
arc ticking off the sights
in Europe and relishing
moment of this, their first
ii;[ broad .
I ne experience for the Jer-
i\ Sugermana on their annual
10 the West Coast
out of Vegai "plus" to-
ol "minus" Found the
i in > in Los Angeles in fine
fetth Storing up lots of hap-
;-\ re mories with the adorable
uram children .
i from the north to bask
i sunshine for a few weeks
-;i with cousins Mr. and
Howard Grove, Aaron
if New York City .
ing down, he stopped in
tii scoop up sister Rachel
Herman) Budnick. her
. arable youngster-, and an
cute niece
*
ing a trophy almost as
she is. Joan Manheimer
>in Houston. Tex., where
d two other Beach High
students won three honors in
speech and debate in a National
Forensic League contest .
Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Manheimer. the pretty deb's
forte is extemporaneous speak-
ing .. .
Another outstanding student,
Michael N. Mi-heloff. a 19M
honor graduate of Miami Senior
High, has been named to the
Dean's List for academic excel-
lence at California Institute of
Technology, Pasadena. Calif.
. He's the son of Mrs. Molly
Misheloff
t
Convinced that Southern Flor-
ida is a vacation paradise, even
for residents. Pauline Sater and
Lil Blasberg are traveling no
further than the Diplomat for
the holiday weekend Excited
phone call from Lil's two prec-
ious grandsons last week, their
pony "Princess" had foaled .
Coll of the royal lineage named
Duke.' of course .
Over 100 guests enjoyed the
music and dancing around the
pool area at the open house par-
Continued on P.ge 2-B
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Mrs. Herman Howard (second from left), one of the orgamzars
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"'or untiring work for Southeastern Florida Region of worn
ens American ORT." Presentation was made at the organ-
nation's honor roll luncheon at Westbrooke Country CWD
recently. Others pictured (left to right) are Mrs Harry Rosen-
blatt, ^mediate past president of the group. Mjs "owara.
Mm. Alan Tannen vice president, and Mrs. Harold Schneider,
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y hosted by Barbara and Her-
man Kellman last Saturday
night Joining their parents
on the receiving line, daughter
.Tanice and son Terry, who later
deserted the family in favor ol
leading the band Evening
marked the first public appear-
ance of the Mermells, Peggy
and Mac. who had welcomed
newest addition to the family
just five days before Infant
Clifford has three brothers, but
only one sister. .
e *
Perfect timing for the crew
and officers of the 454th. who
flew a special mission on a KC-
135 out of Columbus AFB. Colum-
bus. Miss., to Homestead AFB
on Thursday. June 27 Assist
ant Crew Chief Mark J. Schul
diner, A/C. a graduate of Miami
Beach High, is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Schuldiner. who
promptly invited several ol the
crew members to spend the
weekend in their home at 1018
Meridian Ave. First time in
The Sunshine City for Crew Chief
A/lc Thomas Berridye Stall
Sgt. John Riffle and Bob Hughes.
OMS Back al Columbus
AFB now they've all the hours
swimming and sightseeing here
to recall.
Ruth Brotman leaving lor the
north Will spend the holiday
weekend in her native Philadel-
phia with close relatives, then
travel on to Montreal and Ot-
tawa, where she will altend the
Canadian Authors Convention .
Later in the summer, she'll
visit San Francisco with tier
COUSins, the Naoum Blinders .
Blinder, former concert master
of the San Francisco Orchestra,
now emeritus, is the only teach-
er of the famous violinist Isaac
Stern .
Comes September. Ruth will
return here to pursue her musi-
cal activities.
a *
Marking time while Gen and
the children. Lynn and Howard,
are gone Ron Levitt spends
manv of his evenings on the ten-
nis courts at Westbrooke Coun-
try Club In Skokie. III., with
Geri's parents, the Morris Worts-
mans they'll be home some time
i July ... Then it will be
Ron's turn to take off with his
wife for Panama ...
The Sylvan Lipkins and Ger-
ald Falicks dinner hosts for long
time friends Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Shayewitz .
Another genial host, Martin
Woolin. who entertained at his
Palm Island home in honor ot
Lili Van Hecke, French novelist,
who has had five books publish-
ed, three in French and two in
German
Home for a two-week trip
north, which combined business
and pleasure, the Michael Sos-
sins who made it all the way
to Canada Owner of the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel.
Sossin attended two senior citi-
zen gatherings in Washington
and Michigan En route home,
son Mark was dropped oil at
camp in North Carolina where
he'll spend the summer
The Misses Lillian and F.sther
Goodman, leaving early next
week tor 9 41-day tup to Israel
rove
and Europe, have bid their
jnany frlfil &>< farewell .
Planing to Marseille, they'll
board a Zim line ship there for
Haifa and a two-week stay in Is
raet I***' calendar is crowd-
ed with receptions at the Ha
dassah Medical Center. Hebrew
University. Technion and the
new Tel Aviv HiltojUlotel^which
will beot pan.cu.ar interest to
Lillian since she serves on the
planning and building commit
Friday, Tuly 5. 19B3
tee of the hotel .
Next ports will be Athens and
Venice, followed by flights to
Monte Carlo, Spam, Portugal,
Paris. London and New York,
where theywjU spend ^ jew ex
tra days before returning to
South Florida' at the end of Au-
gust.
Parents of Blind Honor Council
st
Miami Senior High
Southwe
School.
President of Parents oi the
Blind, A H Toothman. Miami
attorney, welcomed the Council
women. Among guests were Judge
and Mrs Henry Balaban; Com
missioner Joseph DuMond and
Howard 1 M< Millan, director ol
S] ecial Education for Dade County.
Under the chairmanship ol Mrs
n Epstein, Council operates
; braille bindery, making possible
through volunteer service- to
round out complete book service
l.i blind children in local schools
Council president, Mrs Ray-
mond Rubin, and past president,
Mrs. Sid Lewi-, were also pres-
ent.
A reception honoring Greater
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, was given by
I'arents of the Blind of South
Florida on June 19 at the Edison
center Lions Clubhouse
Marking the loth anniversary
ol the Dade County Board ol
Public Instruction's program for
blind children, and the 10th an-
niversary of the chartering ol
I'arents of the Blind. Bpecial guests
ol honor were the firs! live blind
graduates ol the public- school
-ystem.
They are Marilyn Tinder Vir-
ginia Hart, North Miami High;
Barbara NabutOVSky, Leah Rus-
sell, and Edward Hamer, from
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Page 3-B
Mrs. Finkelstein Wins 'Outstanding'
Award for Service from AEPhi Sorority
Installation of Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood
officers indued (left to right) Mesdames Jos-
eph Katz. Ihird vice president; Charles Sokol,
recoiding se;r?:iry, Morris A. Skop, installing
officei; Sol 3:t5' Burtoi* Yagoi- president; Philip Krischer. first
vice president; Lee Aerenson, financial sec-
retary; Leo Martin, corresponding secretary;
and Sidney Stein, treasurer. Not shown are
Mesdames Jack Sombeig, parliamentarian;
Wallace Mandell, historian; and William
Baros Jr., co-chairman of membership.
* Beth Shirah Women Take On New Posts
Mrs. Morris \
spiritual Km-.
Shirah, was in.
;. unique ccr-^ni
terhood officers
year at the hom
tin, 12500 SW rir.
Thi me of th
< ach officer's pj
picture" of her
for the coming
Installed as pi
Burt< n Yago i
Mrs. Philip K
- >p. wife of the
Of Temple Beth
tailing officer at
c-y held by Sis-
for the coming
; of Mrs. Leo Mar-
I Ave., last week.
ceremony was
I of a "dream
mmittee's work
year.
isident was Mrs.
ice presidents,
.icher, Mrs. Sol
Charles Sokol. Mrs. Lee Aeren-
son; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Stem;
Mrs. Wallace Mandell. parliamen-
tarian; Mrs. Jack Somberg, mem-'
bership co-chairman.
Mrs. Jack Somberg, outgoing:
president, was appointed chair-
man of the Registration Commit-]
tee for the Religious School to be-
gin Sept. 15.
The new air-conditioned build-
ing is to be dedicated on Sept. 8.
Also discussed were plans for the
registration of classes in the Sun-
plans for a full program of social,
education and religious activities
to be sponsored each month dur-
ing the coming year.
Mrs. Yagoda will head the Re-
ligious Committee for the Tem-
ple Nursery School to be opened
on Tuesday, Sept. 2, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Jane Schulman.
with a staff of certified nursery
and kindergarten teachers.
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein, of
Coral Gables, was presented with
I the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority
Outstanding Alumna Award for
Community Service at the organi-
zation's national convention held
recently in Roanoke, Va. Found-
ing president of the AEPhi chap-
tor at the University of Miami,
which celebrated its 25th anniver-
sary in February, Mrs. Finkel-
stein is at present its advisor.
Also at the convention. Miss
Toby Grossman, Coral Gables, re-
ceived the Blanche Greenbergcr
award for grades and service, and
a cup for maintaining a straight
A average for three semesters. A
graduating senior at the Univer-
sity of Miami, Miss Grossman is
a member of Alpha Eta chapter
of the sorority.
Active in many community pro-
jects, Mrs. Finkelstein is now
president of the Girl Scout Coun-
cil of Tropical, and chairman of
the Dade County Quality Educa-
tion Committee for which she re-
ceived the Classroom Teacher's
Association's School Bell Award
and a Citation for Distinguished
Services from the School Board.
She is a member of the National
Girl Scout Regional Committee,
o! the boards of rJacfe County
Council PTA. Council for Interna-
tional Visitors, and American
Association of University Women,
and of the Dade County Children'
Commission. ^
She serves as chairman of the
Executive Committee of the Great-
er Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, and is a
member of the AJC national board
and a board member of the Trav-
elers Aid.
Israel-Bound
Couple Honored
Farband Poale Zion and Pioneer
Women, Lcbor Zionist groups,
will host a bon voyage party in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Berl Min-
tnberg who are leaving for Is-
rael, where they will make their
permanent home.
Affair is scheduled for Satur-
day evening at the Farband Cul-
tural Center. 842 Washington Ave.
Program chairman is Dr. Sim-
on Wilensky, president of the
Poale Zione, and Maurice Gill is
in charge of the musical portion
tt the evening.
Bask Mrs h Katz; secre- day and Hebrew School.
taries, Mr- Martin. Mrs. Sisierhood board completed
Mrs. Alvin V.'elnstein (right), president of the Eleanor Roose-
velt Chapter. 3 nai B'rith Women, receives a certificate for
the best chapter script from Mrs. Irene Gold, District 5 BBW
second vice pesident, at a recent District 5 convention in At-
lanta, Ga. The chapter also won third prize for "member-
ship gain' :r.d honorable mention in "Anti-Defamation
League work Claire Weiss was reelected chapter service
consultant at :r.e conclave which drew 57 chapters.
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Dr. and Mrs. Dai id G. Pinosky,
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Paul. Grandpar.' ts are Mr. and
Mrs. Max L. Paul Bay Heights;
and Mrs. Anne Ptnosky and the
late Samuel T. Pinosky. Charles-
ton, S.C. Ceremony of naming
the baby will be .--'Id on Sunday,
with Cantor William W. Lipson
officiating.
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Daughter, Vanessa Jane, born
June 17 in Tallahassee to the for-
mer Pat Cross and Dr. Van Bloch.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Stark (former Mrs. Harriet
Gross), of Miami Beach, and Mrs.
L. O. Block, of Vicksburg. Miss.
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vJknist1 fhridHirnr
3n the 9>?ea/m of Society
Perl, Jacobs
Exchange Vows
The Club Gigi of the Fontaine-
lileau Hotel was the background
for the marriage and reception of
Sandra Lee Jacobs and Larry
Perl on Sunday, June 30. Rabbi
Simon April performed the even-
ing candlelight ceremony.
The bride, daughter of Karl
Jacobs, Easton, Pa., is a graduate
Of Phillipsburg High. She earn-
ed a Bachelor of Education de-
tree at the University of Miami,
;.nd will enter the school system
in the fall.
For her wedding, she selected
; gown of pure silk peau de soie
;.nd reembroidered alencon lace.
A lace panel embellished with
pearls and iridescent sequins ex-
tended from the bodice to the con-
trolled skirt. The bridal bouquet
vas made up of orchids and lily-
..f-the-valley.
Matron of honor for her sister
vas Mis. Dcanne Maltzman. Bar-
bara osman. Barbara Losman.
Kosalyn Silberstcin and Susan
perl were bridesmaids.
Currently assistant director of
public relations at the Fontaine-
Meau Hotel, the bridegroom grad-
uated from Miami High, and re-
ceived a BBA degree in market-
ing from the University of Miami.
His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Perl. 9311 SW 75th Ter., the bride-
_ room's brother served as his best
man. Ushers included Ed Mor-
rit, Manny Frankel. Mike Block.
Miss Davis Now
Mrs, Atari Dynner
The Statler Hilton Hotel in
Hartford, Conn., was the site of
. the evening ceremony uniting
I Nancy Tuck Davis and Alan Roy
Dynr.er, of New Haven, on Sun-
day, June 30.
Rabbi Abraham Feldtnan otfic-
iated at the nuptials held against
a background of varied shades of
pink carnations and gladioli. A
icception and dinner in the grand
ballroom of the hotel followed.
Daughter of Dr. and Mr. Eu-
gene M. Davis, of Manchester,
Conn., the bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. Her bell-
shaped sheath of French ribbon,
lace was fashioned with a peau de
soie train the elbow-length veil
was held by a pillbox headdress,
and she carried white full bloom
roses, stephanotia and baby's
breath.
Lauren Hope Davis served her
sister as maid of honor, and Lucy
McCaffrey, Brenda Lou Snell and
Jacqueline Taft were attendants.
Best man was Peter H. Brink.
and Raymond N. Roth, John Eliot
Sands and C. Stephen Baldwin
were groomsmen.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dynner.
1520 Ancona Ave. A graduate of
Coral Gables High and a magna
Bradford Baohnu ii
MS, aian vrimm
cum laude graduate of Dartmouth
College in Hanover. Nil.. be is
now attending Yale Law School,
where he is a member of Corbej
Court and Phi Beta Kappa.
Mrs. Dynner is an alumna of
dishing Academj in Ashburnliam.
Mass., and of Wheelock College
in Boston.
When they return from a wed
ding trip to Jamaica, the couple
will live in New Haven.
Miss Gifter Eyes
Rites in August
A summer wedding is being-
planned by Miss Snlomis Gifter
and Rabbi Ephraim Z. Eiaenberg.
Engagement and approaching
ruptials of the co^gjfi is^beiqg^a;^
i.ounced by the bride-elects par-
ents Rabbi and Mrs. Mordecal
Gifter, of Wickliffe. Cleveland, O.
The prospective bridegroom, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Eisenberg. 4421 Sheridan Ave.
Ordained by the Ner Israel Rab-
binical College of Baltimore. Md.,
he is now attending the Graduate
School of Talmudic Research.
The future bride is on the fac-
! uity of the Hebrew. Academy ..of
Cleveland.
Marriage will be held in Au-
gust._____________
Levys Reveal
Beatrice's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy, 3056
SW 13th St.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Beatrice
Lorraine, to Ronald Epstein.
The bride elect attends the Uni-
versity of Miami from which her
husband graduated.
Parents of the prospective
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Epstein. 1218 Advana Ave.
Werner-Kahn i
MRS. IARRY MM
Perl, Onrot
In Toronto Rites
On their return from a honey-
Steve Silberstein moon in Jamaica, the couple will The former Janice Onrot and
"nd M.-rv Adelman live at 340 Madeira Ave. Charles G. Perl were married
Mrs. Pasternak Wed in Organza
The Lombardy Hotel was the
setting for the wedding and din-
rer reception of the former Linda
Strunin and Alan Pasternak on
Sunday, June 30. Dr. Irving Lehr-
nan officiated at the evening nup-
tials.
Attended by her sister. Mrs. R.
A. Littman. the bride wore a silk
i ganza gown with lace and pearl
! ppliques featuring a scooped
i ecklinc and short sleeves.
Daughter of Mrs. Gladys Strun-
in. 2897 SW 23rd Ter.. and the late
Jay Strunin. the new Mrs. Paster-
nak is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High, attended the University
of Florida, and received a degree
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in education from the Universitj
oi Miami, she is now teaching
in the Dade County school sys
tern.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pasternak. 1240
lith St. Now with the L'.S. Treas-
ury Department, he is a graduate
of Miami Beach High, attended
' the University of Florida, and
earned a degree at the University
| of Miami. He is a member of
the Masons.
Following a trip through Flor-
ida, the newlyweds will live in
South Miami.
Sunday, June 30. at the Clanton
Park Synagogue in Toronto.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a traditional gown of white chan-
tilly lace with reembroidered ap-
pliques on the fitted bodice. Peau
c'.e soie draped the gown in scal-
lops returning to the long train
in back. The pearl and rhinestone
headpiece featured a pearl drop
in center, and she carried orchids
on her confirmation Bible.
Maid of honor was Marilyn
Freedman, with Marlene Onrot,
the bride's sister. Nanci Green,
Marsha Onrot. Lynn Perl and An-
nette Feldman. bridesmaids. Flow-
er girl was Cindy Perl.
Serving as best man was Oscar
Tunis. Donald Witchell, Norman
Shanes, Lennie Feldman, Jack
Leon and Irving Mandell were'
groomsmen. The bride's brother.
Martin Paul Onrot. was ring bear-
er.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Onrot. 14890 NE 11th Ave.. for
nierly of Toronto, the new Mrs
Perl was a student at Glen Park
School there. She graduated from
North Miami Senior High and at-
tended Miamf-Dade Jufcior Col
lege Her grandparents are Mr,
and Mrs. Joseph Feldman and Mr.
i'lid Mrs Louis Onrot.
\ senior, majoring in Spanish
at the University of Miami, the
bridegroom is also a graduate ol
North Miami Senior High. His
parents are Mr. and Mrs, A S
Perl, lS.-> NE 123rd St.
On their return from a honey
moon in Canada, the newlyweds
will live in Miami.
MRS. CHAftUS PERI
Miami Girl At
Brandeis Institute
A Brandeis University student,
Arleen J. Eisen. 21010 NE 26th
Ave.. is one of 26 juniors from
nine U.S. colleges who left New
York on July 1 to participate in
Brandeis' third annual Jacob Hiatt
Institute in Israel.
The six-month program, con-
ducted by members of the Bran*
deis faculty, offers students the
opportunity to live in Jerusalem
while learning the Hebrew latv
guage and investigating Israel's
political, social and historical in-
stitutions. Classes and seminars
are supplemented by field trips to
farm settlements, industrial areas,
desert drilling stations and port
.ireas.
After completion of course study
and travel in Israel, the students
will spend three weeks in Europe
helore returning home at the end
(1 December.
Director of the Hiatt Institute is
Dr. Howard M. Sachar, historian
and author of "The Course of
Modern Jewish History. '
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; A member-bring-a-member af-
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September.
I. A highlight of the evening will
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MRS. ICON KASSIN
Miss Levy Weds
Leon Kassin
Sharon Levy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Levy. 531 W. 30th
St., became the bride of Leon
Kassin on Sunday. June 23. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emra Kassin. 2812 Prairie
Ave.
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss officiat-
ed at the early evening ceremony,
which was held at the Lombardy
Hotel, where a reception and din-
ner followed the nuptials.
Attendants to the bride were
Sally Kassin. maid of honor. Susan
Kassin, Sheila Gerber, Arlcne
Besely, Rebacca Manoid and
Sharon Serota.
Best man to the bridegroom
was Joe Kassin. Mark Levy, Rob-
ert Kassin, Hank Brana and Mar-
tin Densky served as ushers.
The newlyweds both graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
and attended the University of
Miami. The bride served as pres-
ident of P'nena BBG.
Following a honeymoon trip to
NasaHU BBd Maine, the couple
\ill live in Miami Beach.
Nuptials Unite
Levine, Brickman
At Doral Club
Married with the gold wedding
ring belonging to the bridegroom's
maternal grandmother, Bonnie
Brickman and Roy Leonard Le-
vine exchanged nuptial vows on
Saturday evening, June 29, at the
Doral Country Club, where a re-
ception and formal dinner was
held.
Officiating at the double "ring
candlelight ceremony wai Kabbi
iamuel April, assisted by Rev.
Abraham Scif.
Against a decor of blue and
white, the bride wore a tradition-
al floor-lcntth gown of imported
vhantilly lace with scooped neck-
line, fitted bodice embroidered
with sequins and pearls, and long
sleeve* to wrist-point.
The gown was styled with a
very bouffant skirt featuring six
tiers of lace extending to a chapel
train, and the three-tiered French
illusion was held by a cut crystal
crown. She carried white orchids
on her mother's ivory Bible.
Serving as their sister's matrons
of honor were Mrs. Leonard Mar-
golin and Mrs. Melvin Schwartz.
Bridesmaid* included Janice Lew-
is, Roberta Pelzner. Vicki Weit-
horn, Vicki llirsch and Marie Bar-
ber. Debra Margolin was flower
girl. Steven Schwartz, ring bearer,
and Mrs. Walter Lewis wis in
charge of the guest book.
The bridegroom's twin brother.
Barry L Levine. was his best
man. and another brother. Stuart
Levine, Joel Creenhut. Gary
Arbcitcr. Joe Lopez and Richard
Martinez wore ushers.
Both graduate* of North Miami
Senior High, the new Mrs. Levine
attended the University of Flor-
Variety Plans Movie Party
A mammoth popcorn-ancl-movie
party for tiny tots will be held I
Tuesday noun, July 16. in the_au-!
ditorium of Jefferson's Super
Store, So. Dixie Hwy., at SW 104th
St.
Sponsoring the event is the
Suburban League for Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, and all funds
realized will go to the hospital.
The affair will feature, in ad-
dition to lunch, several hours of
cartoons and movies.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
Leonard Haimes and Mrs. Stanley
Sterling. Serviag on the commit-
tee are Mcsdames Norman Shore.
Larry Mizn-ch. Morris Levitt and
Barry Borson. Mrs. Malcolm
Kushner is in charge of reserva-
tions, j
President of the League. Mrs.
Charles Hiinmel, announces that a
series of fund-raising events tor
maintenance of a bed for treat-
ment of indigent patients will be
launched in September.
MRS. ROY IEVINE
id a, and is now a junior at ftie
University of Miami. Her hus-
band received a degree in ento-
mology from the University of
Florida.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Brickman, 1505
SW 85th Ave.. and Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Levine, 1321 NE 173rd
St.
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*Jmlst Fkridiain
Fridcy, July 5, 1363
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Double Ring Rites
For Ronald Levins
The Diplomat Country Club was
the setting for the double ring
! candlelight ceremony uniting Joan
I Marcia Loss and Ronald Levin on
! Sunday. June 23.
Officiating at the early evening
ceremony were Rabbi Samuel Ber-
nian. of Jersey City, N.J.. the
bride's uncle, and Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
A reception and dinner at the
! Club followed the nuptials carried
out in pink and white.
The bride selected a tradition-
,! al wedding gown of pe.iu de soie
""""" vr ,r,E :al ucJding gown of pe.iu de soie
Hyman Galbut was Bcssio'r first boy friend. She met him when j with a fitted bodice, sweetheart
she was sixteen. They corresponded all durin the war years when i neckline, long sleeves to wrist-
Hyman was with the A.T.F., and got married as soon as he was mus-[ IX)jnt and a bouffant skirt. The
tered out of service. Born in New Orleans. Bassie entered the busi- four-tiered French illusion veil fell
tered out of service. Born in New Orleans. Bassie entered the busi-I four-tiered French Ulus.v .....
ness world early, after taking a business course. Since her father and i (r0m a cap featuring a bow trim
mother were in business, she had started selling before her head was med with lace, and she carried
high enough to be seen over the counter. Brought up in a very religious white orchids on a Bible.
home, with a brother who later became a Attendants to the bride were
rabbi, and a sister who married a rabbi,. Shirley Levin, maid of honor, and
Bessie's memories of her childhood are ex- Madelyn Levin, bridesmaid, both
trcmely happy. She feels this was due to the sisters of the bridegroom. .Mary
ii-'iWitimQl rnlicriniic nh-'crvancp that hecame Fllpn f*nhin u-nc flnu-er pirl
Bernard Stevens
And Bride Will
Live in Gables
The former Mr'. June Eeizner
'and Bernard R. 5'tvens, president
of Stevens supt-rmarket chain,
were married on Mondj/ after
noon. July 1. in Dr. Joseph \',irot's
study at Tempit !-rael.
Daughter of Mr. and "rs. H.
Tauber. of Miami, the new Mrs
Stevens, formerly of P. burgh,
is a graduate i: North Western
University.
A well-known lyric her
career has included many success-
ful Broadway idowi and tMBVUion
productions.
The couple will live I. Cor;.l
Cables.
Ardmon
ueineiy najjpy. onv ivcis uua aa uuc n/ nn msu'i? ui wic unuc-gi vuim. .uuij
traditional religious observance that became Ellen Cohen was flower girl,
a part of their daily life. Today, she is bring- The bridegroom's brother, Rob-
ing up their four sons in the same way that! t rt Levin, served as his best man,
she was raised. j and ushers included Harold Loss
To a close-knit family like the Gaibuts,,and Barry Loss, the bride's broth-
the observance of the Shabbat is a wonderful s- Ivan D'amond and Edward
way to end the week. From the minute they ^nmunes.
walk to the synagogue together, their lively Tne m-w Mrs Lev.n is a grad- Omega Dental Fraternity,
discussions, games, reading and fun take on.ua,e f Miami Senior High and Parents of the newlyweds are
learned a degree from the I niver- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loss. 39-19
Blocks to Live
On Miami Beach
Stephar.ie
MRS. RONALD UVIN
Ellen Stephanie Druccr and
Lawrence M Lick exchanged
, nuptial vows in .. carder, wedding
on Sunday. Junt 30.
Daughter of Mr'. Beveny Dorf-
man. 1886 79th SI Cau>r<-iy, (he
bride is a grtr: ate ( Miami
Beach High.
. .? < fliscussioiis, games, idionig unu tun mnc vu --- i_---------- ---
.: .,, Ia| |0W earned a degree from the Iniver- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loss. 59-19 The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
I ,, ,. v S1,v of Florida- ,lcr sorority is SW 16th Ter., and Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Block. 6480 Al. or. R Bessie has always worked with her husband Delta Phi Epsilon, social. Abe Levin, of Jacksonville.
A .1 either in the Tag Agency or in his law of- \ow attending the University of Morris Berman. nnternal grand-
utitif fice .ii the corner of Fifth St.. Miami Beach. Maryland Dental School, the father, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
As Bessie says. Fifth St. has been good to them, and they like it there, bridegroom also attended the Uni- Ginsburg, paternal grandparents
David, their second son. was in politics before his Daddyas president versity of Florida. He is a mem- of the bride, from West Chester
of the Hebrew Academy Student Body. Bessie knew it was inevitable l.er of Tau Epsilon Phi and Alpha Pa., attended the wedding.
that Ilymie would enter politics some day. He has always had an ac-
tive interest in organizations end community aflairs and is a doer and ... _
a worker. This year, he ran lor Miami Beach Council for the first MlSS SchWOllZ WOOS NGW MD
time and made it. Campaigning right along with him were his wife
and four sons, Robert, David, Abraham and Russell. After a honeymoon trip to Cali- Angeles. The couple exchanged
As yet. Bessie hasn't had time for organizations, except for the fornia. newlywedded Dr. and Mrs. i upiial vows at a high noon cere-
brief year that -he served as fund-raising chairman for Beth Israel Edward M. Cohn will live in Los' mony on Sunday. June 30. at Mi
Sisterhood. Her time will come when the children are grown. Above jmi'snrin.,^ \ m ,_
is a graduate of Blair A idemy.
Alter a honeymoon tr: : Las
Vegas, the newlyweds v. live in
Miami Beach.
E. Allen Be
MRS. tDWARD M. COHN
k.-r
all things, she feels strongly tliat the religious training she received
as a child, and that her sons are now receiving, makes them well ad-
justed and happy. With a twinkling smile, she says that she always
gives thanks for her wonderful husband, who har accepted her spiritual
way of lite so completely.
* *
CLEOPATRA ON THE MALL
The opening night of Cleopatra was as exciting off screen as on.
Two young matrons chatting in the lobby with their husbandsJoni
and Stanley Tate and Tema and Morris Burk. Glimpsed in the crowd-
ed theater were Grace and B. B. Goldstein, Florence and Monroe Coop-
erman. Charlotte and Stanley Wolfe, Ruby and J. I. Lefkov, Mr. and
Mrs, Henry Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Strawgate, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hunt, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen,
and Mrs. Inez Krensky and her family.
* *
THEY AUTOGRAPHED THE SCORE
Martha (Mrs. Stanley) Myers Is spending the summer in Hendcr-
sonville. So her canasta group flew up to visit. Mrs. Leon (Dotty)
Kaplan, Mrs. Mike (Mary) Krattze and Mrs. Kirwin (Elaine) Shafton
were welcomed by Martha at the airport. The two "stavbehinders"
were Mrs. Aaron (Marcie) Kanner and Sylvia (Mrs. Sidney) Lefcourt.
The universal decision to diet while they were there fell'apart when
Martha's cook. Edna, looked no disappointed. Besides, it rained-so
they ate and played cards. In fact, they played cards until someone
said they ought to rest their eyeballs. Between raindrops they drove
around the countryside, which is lovely. The canasta score was dulv
reccrded and autographed. Mary and Elaine returned home but
Dotty stayed for a few more days. She had lugged her golf 'clubs
along and insisted she would use them before she left
.
THEY LIGHTED THE CANDLES
weiSe(fIeSi-1Sath'rn) Zhk ?,!?! Wi" neVCT h3Ve anothcr thrco '
p,1.s Lr hr ,k [. '. ^ >n,*"*d furnishing her house, had house, "ay. 10 a.m., over WCKT Ch 7
Kutnar ItTZ'JT0" "T^S hcr *******. Allen I The Rabbinical Association prl
fo.tZrlZLl^ hosled bv Kabbi tK
n' R n ,S ," ',ng "T l"d f'mshed ,he P|ann,"g lor Stev- Stern, of Beth Jacob Cong ega'
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Bower, also ligh ed candles
Then the rest were lighted by friends of his mother and father Mr
l*MV1\haf,0nJ' Dr' and Mrs Gustve Sermo, D and Ms
Norman Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Andrews Mr anrt U i J
Bl'a"beVMrvandvMl"S' ^^ **+a"d -S "St
Blasberg. Now Norn, is in Chicago with Steven to attend another Bar
M.tzvah Both Nomi and Stev.e feel that they can give pofnters
* *
WHY?
B*ara. dm.ht.r of Jo,*- ai uLTd! r",T,'' 'Lm M^eXn
ami Springs Villas.
The former Saundra Ileen
Schwartz is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward D. Schwartz,
2610 SW 24th St. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Cohn. 2232 SW 31st Ave.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the bride is now a senior
at the University of Miami School
of Education and will complete
her education in California.
Dr. Cohn is a graduate of the
University of Miami and of its
school of medicine. He completed
his internship at John Gaston Hos-
pital in Memphis, Tenn., and will
do surgery residency at Wads-
worth V.A. Hosptial in Los An-
geles.
Gilbert
MRS. lAWftfNCf BlOCt
Mindlin on Television
"Still Small Voice" will feature
Leo Mindlln, executive editor of
The Jewish Floridian, this Sun-
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TEMPLE Zion held a Cabaret
Night on Saturday evening.
at the Ivory Tower of the Sax-
ony Hotel. Sponsored by the
Sisterhood, theme for the even-
ing was the "Roaring Twenties,"'
and the entire group participat-
ed in singing of hit tunes of the
era.
Chairman was Mrs. Otto Hy-
man, who chose a white import-
ed cotton cocktail dress. Her
fitted bodice had narrow shoul
der straps, and her skirt was
full Mrs. Max Feinstein, who
is president of Sisterhood, wore
;. silk print of beige and brown
on ivory. Her square neckline
dipped to a decollete back, and
her fitted bodice featured a
modified cap sleeve.
Mrs. Sylvia Lynn's sheath was
in a silver brocade, and was
topped with a black sequined
|acket. Brocade was also the
choice of Mrs. Seymour Sam-
uels Her sheath skirt and
matching overblouse were in a
rich gold brocade fabric. Mrs.
Max Rubin wore a black silk
crepe sheath, with an unusual
pleated drape effect across the
-h.mlder.s and extending practic-
ally into the sleeves.
*
lulRS. Alired Lampert selected
" a two-piece silk print for
ilu evening. Emerald green
iind royal blue combined into an
abstract print, and the sheath
skirt was tupped with a bateau
necklincd overblouse. Black silk
erepe was worn by Mrs. Terence
Wells. Her low-backed sheath
had a high illusion neckline in
front. A stunning ivory mohair
ensemble was worn by Mrs. Joe
Schcrcr, again featuring the
popular sheath skirt and waist
skimming overblouse.
Wife of the Temple's president,
Mrs. Hy Potash, selected a mul-
ticolored floral print with a
modified bateau neckline and
bouffant skirt. Mrs. Jessie
Teitler'a black silk crepe sheath
featured an asymetncally-drap-
ed neckline. A white
eyelettc sheath with a square
neckline was the choice of Mrs.
Frank Parness. Mrs. Jack Wass-
erman wore a beige brocade
sheath with a matching fitted
waist-length jacket.
* *
|u|RS. Seymour Pulver's black
" silk crepe was a provoca-
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navy blue w as worn by Mrs.!
Harold Saxe. Her sheath dress;
was trimmed around the collar
in a bluegreen silk print, and
a full length sleeveless matching
coat was worn over the sheath.
Porcelain blue silk shantung
was Mrs. Marty Epstein's color
and fabric choice. Her classic
sheath was sleeveless with a
high rounded neckline. Mrs. Al-
bert Weissman wore a powder
blue silk in the popular shirt-
waist style. White cotton with
lipstick red color accents was
the choice of Mrs. Irving Roth-
enberg. Her fitted bodice had a
low scooped neckline and full
skirt, and was encircled at the
waist with a red cummerbund.
Matching red accessories com-
pleted her ensemble.
Miss Woikin
Now Mrs. Levine
Judith Ann Woikin, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Woikin. of
Hamilton, O.. became the bride of
Dr. Sidney Harold Levine on Sat-
urday evening, June 22, at Temple
Bene Israel. Rabbi Benjamin
Bernfeld officiated. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Levine, 8500 SW 120th St.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride chose a gown of pure
silk peau de soie and beaded silk
chiffon. Styled in (he princess
line, it was accented with a brief,
lemovable. button-back jacket and
had a bateau neckline and elbow
length sleeves.
The full belle skirt fell from a
graduated empire line at the back
:o fashion an aisle-wide train. A
matching peau de soie plateau-
type headpiece embroidered in
matching pearls and crystals ac-
cented the hand-made silk rose
holding the full bouffant elbow-
length veil of pure silk illusion.
The bridal bouquet was a cascade
of white canhamia orchids, lily-
of the-valley. and stephanotis.
The brides sister. Miss Mary
Ellen Woikin, served as maid of
1 onor, and Marji Simons, Mrs.
Richard Knehn. Mrs. Wood Mc-
Comb and Robin Levine were
bridesmaids.
David Levine, the bridegroom's
brother, served as his best man.
and ushers included Stanford
Solovich, Ian Cascade, David Woi-
kin and Robert Woikin.
Reception following the cere-
mony was held at the Hamilton
City Club. Hostesses were Kathy
Grant. Harriet Braff, Mrs. Louis
Motzer and Susan Shellenborger.
Now enrolled at the University
il Miami Department of Nursing,
1 the bride will earn her degree in
nursing in California. In 1961, she
graduated from Stephens with an
AA degree. She is a member of
Beta Pi Gamma sorority.
Dr. Levine did his undergrad-
uate work at the University of
Michigan and Detroit and grad-
' i-ated from Wayne State Univer-
sity College of Medicine in June.
j He will serve his internship at
County General in Los Angeles.
, He is a membr of Phi Delta Ep-
silon, professional medical fratern-
ity, and Sigma Alpha Mu. social.
The newlyweds will live in Cali-
fornia.
Double Ring Rites
For Shermans
A double ring Ceremony under
a bower of pink and white flow-
ers united the former Ellen Jane
Bass and Howard Elliott Sherman
on Sunday, June 30. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman officiated at the early
evening nuptials held at the West-
brooke Country Club.
Following a motor trip, the new-
lweds will live at 2401 SW 28tth St.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Al Bass, 129 Boabadilla St.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman,
282 NW 41st Ave.
Attended by the bridegroom's
sister, Mrs. Sanford Eidinger, and
her own sister, Laurie Jane Sher-
man, the bride wore a gown of
silk organza with lace trim on the
full-length train and a reembroid-
cred antique lace bodice wilh
seed pearls. She carried white
roses and orchids on a satin Bible.
Best man was Sanford Eiding-
er, with Roy Ellis and Bill Nurse
serving as groomsmen.
A graduate of Miami High and
Miami Dade Junior College, Mrs.
Sherman will continue her educa-
tion at the University of Miami.
Her husband, now working under
Civil Service, graduated from
Lindsey Hopkins and attended Mi-
ami Dade Junior College.
MRS. HOWARD SHERMAN
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Tf.clcxy, July 5, 1963
Industrialist Will Live in Miami
A nationally-known industrialist Florida, Ir*., located m Cocoa.
has purchased a home at 21000 jn addition. Kliston la director
Highland Lakes, Blvd., No. Miami of the JVayne Satioqa.Ll'ife Jn&ur-
Beach and will live here with ance Company, of Detroit, anddi-
his family He is Theodore S. r
Kliston.
Kliston is president and chair-
man of the board of Tocld Indus-
tries. Inc.. .'443 NW 65th St.. and
Securities Fond of
the Medical
New York.
He lectures in finance and in-
vestments at a variety of col-
president and chairman of Thef'ff a"d universities, including
Lard of Rowell-Van A.ta AcOUS-l City College of New YOrk, Amen-
tics. Inc.. a subsidiary of Todd.
Confirmation class of Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center includes seated (left to right) Clarice
Feir, Gerri LeVine, Berta Greenwald. Samuel
Hollander. Principal, Rabbi David Rosenfeld,
Margaret Emmer, Linda Fritsch, Doreen Hol-
lander. Standing (left to right) are Robert
Strauss. Larry Dansky, Jan Ziegler, Lawrence
Rosen, Mitchell Strumpf, Gary Goldmark.
Barry Green, Robert Moore, Lory Dansky, and
Barry Bush. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest
speaker at the recent ceremony, during which
Principal Hollander was honored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Other subsidiaries of the firm
include Rowell-Van Atta, Ire.,
of Ft. Lauderdale; Ray M. Ben-
son, Inc., of West Palm Beach;
and Rowell-Van Atta, of Central
can University. New School, Loy-
ola College at Baltimore, and
Hofstra.
Kliston holds a PbS degree
from American University, an
MBA from New York 'University,
and a BBA from City College.
Bureau Issues
Supplement Here
Curriculum Supplement for the
.Jewish schools for the school year
1963-64 has just been issued by
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
according to an announcement
of Joseph Cohen, president.
The supplement contains the
program for the one-day-a-week
schools from kindergarten through'
grade 10, including area of sub- j
iect matter, weekly schedules,;
texts and references and is issued!
in addition to the Curriculum i
Guide which outlines complete de-:
tails and instruction for grades
1 through 4.
The Bureau is also reissuing
its Teachers Kit, a guide for
classroom management and
classroom procedures, available
to all Jewish teachers in the
Greater Miami and Hollywood
areas.
To assist schools in the selec-1
lion of new texts, the Bureau has
just issued an evaluation of new
texts publi-hed throughout the!
country during the past year,'
with particular emphasis on new
texts lor the teaching of Hebrew.
The Bureau's "Educational j
Note*" has also just been pub-j
lished, outlining the activities ofj
the Bureau and the Jewish schools!
ot Greater Miami, and containing
a breakdown of registration at all
Jewish schools.
The Bureau is now planning for
its annual dinner to be heki on
Nov. 17 at the Diplomat Hotel.
letiring Cantor Cited
Emanuel Mandel. 929 NE 163rd
St., retiring cantor of Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation, 1401 NW
183rd St.. was presented with a
bronze plaque for seven years of
outstanding service to the congre-
gation. The presentation was
made by Rabbi Harold Richter.
Dade Heights President Ben Sha-
piro, and Harry Hausman. chair-
nan of the board. Cantor Man-
del will retire at the end of July
io assume full time duties with
'he North Miami Beach Riverside
.Memorial Chapels.
Gershwin Lodge
Open Installation
A regular meeting of the George
Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge
'96 will be held on Monday, 7:30
p.m., at the Hibiscus Temple, 10th
SI., and Alton Rd.
Final plans will be made lor
..pen installation of new olficcrs
to be held on July 22. chaired by
Bernard Weissman and Irving
Shapiro.
City of Hope
Games Party
Robyn Tubin Chapter, Citj oi
Hope, is holdii .: a i ard ai
. arty on Wednesday, 12:1 ) p m .
at the Washington r ral Sav-
ings and I., .in Assn. Mrs. Abe
Solouay is chairman.
Third Round
For Greyhounds
Plagler's S2.S.000 Summer Grey-
hound Open moves into the third
round of the quarterfinals Satur-
day night with John Prevatt's
Son !a leading the pack as the
hottest star at the track since
Honey Line in 1965-57.
With six straight wins to her
credit in the first 25 nights of
'pcration. the Hialeah star will
have a good shot at Honey Line's
all-time record of 19 wins in a
single season at the Flagler oval.
After Saturday's quarterfinal
windup, the Held in the $25,000
stake event will be cut in in [or
three more rounds i: si mi final
; etition.
Luis Varona, his piano and
his orchestra, fresh from a
five-year run at the Eden Roc
Hotel, opens at the Shell
Lounge of the new Doral
Beach Hotel on Friday eve-
ning. A "Dcral Welcomes
Luis" party will be held on
Sunday, from 6 to 8 p.m., in
the form of a cocktail dance
with a lavish spread supplied
on the house by Doral. Fea-
tured in the Shell Lounge
along with Varona and his
Latin Rhythms are the Inter-
ludes.
ESTABLISHED CONSERVATIVE
TEMPIE
DESIRES SERViCES OF A
COMBINATION RAB9I AND
HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHER.
Salary not to exceed $6.C0D per year
P.OB. 463. MIAMI 44. FLA.
Or. Becker to Speak
Dr. David Becker, cardiol
will discuss "Uncommon Heart
Diseases" on WIOD Radio Station
on Saturday at 11:35 p.m. Dr.
David L. Taylor, radio chairman
ol the Public Education Commit-
tee tor the Heart Assn. of Great-
er Miami, will moderate.
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13th SEASON
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At U of M Tops'
Arthur Fiedler, conductor of
the Boston Pops, will return for
the ninth successive year to the
podium of the University of Mi-
ami Summer Symphony' Orches-
tra at Miami Beach Auditorium
this Sundaj evening, featuring
the 17 year old Miami pianist Joela
Jones in a performance ol Edward
MacDoweU's Piano Concerto No
2.
Fiedler, who has not repeated
n single composition in eight years
<-! guest-conducting here, pro-
grammed the following orchestral
works for this Sundays "Pops'
t oncert:
Vtrdl'l Triumphal March from
"Aida," Tchaikovsky's Waltz
from "Swan Lake," Handel's
Largo from "Xerxes," Massenet's
Suite from "El Cid," Hoagy
Carmichael's "Stardust," Bizet's
Farandole, from "L'Arlesienne,"
nd a group of Victor Herbert
melodies.
The first native of Boston to
head the world-renowned Boston
I'?p.s: nw in Hi 78th season.
Hedler has surpassed the tenure
and popularity of any of his 17 pre-
decessors since he assumed the,
conductorial reins 34 years ago
Fiedler was a violinist with the'
Boston Symphony Orchestra under
such noted maestri as Karl Muck
r.'v^t r,eux and **'** Kus:
at hVn ffrC taking ,he hcl
at the Boston Pops.
Joela Jones appeared at the
Miami Beach Pops las, season per-
terming the Rachmaninoff "Rhap-
jodyonaThemeof Paganini"un-!
der Fiedler's direction.
MIAMI WINDOW
New addition to the summer staff at Curtis-. National Bank ||
17-year-old Penny Bruns, daughter of the Miami Springs ViUas' Art
Bruns, and a recent graduate of Coral Gables High School One of
Dade's newest industrial corporations. Castlewood ln*rnaiaral, will
dedicate its S500.000 warehouse and office building at Sunshine State
Industrial Park this weekend.
J. Prank Knorr, a veteran of more than 50 jears in marine in-
dustry, and one of the founders of the Miami International Boat-Show,
has been named lifetime director of the annual nautical spectacular
. During the week of May 22 to 29. Albert H. Kahn, of the Cravitt-
Kahn Insurance Agency, sold a total of one million dollar- in life in-
surance Arthur Feldman, of Southwestern Life Insi. ice, says
this is a record in the historx of the company.
* *
Dade's newest late-hour meeting spot for patrons and 'lebrities
is Fong She Noon's China ra ma Restaurant on 163rd St.. No. Miami
Beach, featuring Chinese smargasbord. and scheduled to *irt serv-
ing lunches soon, according to owner AI Olchak DiLulo Hotel.
Miami Beach, getting a face-lifting under the watchful ey of owner
Milton Sirkin and decorator Arnold Avedon.
Lou Rubin, of Chandlers Restaurant, is celebrating hi- 40th year
as a restaurateur ... A quiet, soft-spoken man. Rubin's career fol-
lows the pattern of the famous Horatio Alger stories Norton and
Ronald Pallot went to Cleveland last week to confer I >th Ward
Keener, president of the B. F. Goodrich Tire Co.. and attend i meet-
ing of the National Dealer Advisory Council at the Sheraton there.
Promotional Committee <>l the Downtown Business Council of the
Miami-Dado Chamber of Commerce will help celebrate the 67th birth-
day of the City of Miami on July 26 Harry Botwick i.. Council
president Very busy those days explaining the purpo.** of the
Florence Crittcnton Home here is Michael Shores. attOflM] of Miami
Beach, who is president of the Home E. Albert Pallot. president
;of Biscayne Federal Savings and Ian Assn.. has announced plans to
build an addition to the Federal's building on Biscr.yne Blvd.
Seen looking fit and chipper again: Miami Mayor Robert King
High and his wife at the Embers Leroy Wiener and Jerome S.
Gross, with offices at 334 Biscayne Blvd., have formed ) .r'nership
in a new realty firm.
* *
The huge new bulletin board installed at Chippy's Re-'...irant on
Miracle Mile has become a highlight of the restaurant's iwor .
The gold-framed panel, headed Neighbors in the News.'" ami put up
by owner Chip Diamond, features news stories and picture:, of Coral
Gables residents Martin Aronow, Miami phot grapber has been
commissioned to make the photo portraits of ...v. week different
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Lions Exchange Student to Make Tour of Israel
lack field
Serrforj Kuttler
The Sterling Hotel will be the
site of the Bar Mitzv'ah of San-
^>rd Kuttler th.- weekend. The
irlebrant will conduct Friday
evening service-. July 5. and of-
ficiate at service* Saturday morn-
ing and eveatng. July 6. He will
speak en "The Importance of
Tefillei "
A student a: Um Hebrew Acad-
emy [or the past two years, the
Bar Mit.w.h a tended Yavneh
Academy in Paterson, N.J.,
through the fitth grade.
Mr and Mrs. Irving Kuttler will
entertain their gueata at the
Sterling Hotel ttom Friday even-
ing through Saturday, and also
host a party for .Stanford's friends
on Saturday n13.it in their sons
honor.
Max Cohen
Saturday morning services, July
[6. at Ten .pie Beth Shiran will in-
Ielude the Bar Mi'.zvah of Max,
[son .it Harold J. Cohen, Miami at-
torney, ;;nd Mrs. Barbara Cohen.
Officialise at he ceremony will
1!atmi Morn-; Skop and Can-
W Hern.an Gottlieb who, with
' ibbi Maurice Klein, prepared
tax : t is Bar Mitzvah.
An I >ii..;- student in the eighth
trade at Weal Miami Junior High,
thr K cbrant a- awarded 1 car
lificate tor scholastic proficiency
in science, and plays trumpet in
Be 51 90 band.
a reception in his tumor will be
[held >a(urday evening at David
Lym Char Hou-
E riel Zelonker
-.If red Uaxnian will of-
Ificiatv al the Bar Mitzvah of Dan-
iel z. onker on Saturday morn-'
ir.g July 6, at Temple Zion.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
plans to continue his studies in
the Temple's Confirmation Class.
I Mr. and Mrs. Israel Zclonker
, will honor their son at the Kid-
dush following the ceremony. Ar-
riving for the occasion from Cali-
fornia are the Bar Mitzvah's
grandmothers, Mrs. Fannie Kirs-
a-nbaum and Mrs. Bertha Rosen-
holz. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Meleliat.
Gordon Grossman
Cordon Paul, son of Mr. and
, Mrs. Edward Crossman. 790 NE
184th Ter.. will be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, July 6. at
Beth Torah. Rabbi Max A. Lip-
! schitz will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at
North Miami Beach Junior High,
, where he is a member of the
school band.
A reception following the cere-
mony will be held at the Diplomat
Country Club.
* *
Craig Marlowe
Craig Stuart Marlowe will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah during Sat-
urday morning services, July 6,
at Congregation Beth Ttilah, with
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of-
ficiating.
A student at Ida If. Fisher Jun-
ior High, Craig is studying music
and plans to join the High School
band.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hubsh-
man will honor the celebrant at
a reception in the Royal Hungar-
ian Restaurant following the cere-
mony.
Crandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah are Mr. and Mrs. R. C.arber
ul Miami Beach.
>? *
Jack Field
Bar Mitzvah of Jack Robert
Field will be celebrated on Sat-
urday morning. July 6. at Young
Israel of Greater Miami. Rabbi
Sherwin Stauber will officiate.
A student at North Miami
Beach Junior High. Jack's out-
First International Lions Youth
Excharge student from this area
is Eugene Martin Eisenman, a
graduate of Hialeah High.
Sponsored by the Hialeah Indus-
trial Lions Club, 17-year-old Gene, 4
son of Dr. Leon S. Eisenman, past:
president of the club, 760 E. 4th;
Ave., Hialeah, left for Israel from
Miami International Airport last
Tuesday.
Gen* will spend soma fix
weeks visiting Haifa, Tel Aviv, :
Jerusalem, Beershebi, and fh-
er cities of the Middle East un-
der the ouid*nce of Lions of the
area.
Scheduled to start pre-medical j
training this fall. Gene, while still
a student at Hialeah High, worked
with a cancer research team at:
Jackson Memorial Hospital and1
the University of Miami Medical
School.
Among well-wishers as Gene!
boarded the plane was Enid Stone,
of Sydney. Australia, a Young Ex-
change student sponsored by the
Strathfield Lions Club near Syd-'
ney.
Sponsored by-^he Greater Miami
International Airport Lions Club,'
Enid has been staying with the
family of Paul Sacher, past pres-
ident of the club, while she com-
pleted training as a registered
nurse.
A highlight of her visit here
was m circle trip of the United
States covering the southern. 1
part, the west coast, up to Van- ,
couver, across the industrial j
northern areas, completing the
circle down the east coast start-
basj with New York, and Wash-
ingtor., D.C.
At the annual convention of the
Lions Clubs of the world held in!
Miami Beach several weeks ago, 1
Enid met 11 countrymen. Lions
who had traveled all the way from
Australia to attend.
In the United States since Feb-
ruary. Enid will be leaving for
home on Saturday.
Young Israel
Now Expanding
Plans for the new Synagogue
and Youth Center being con-
ducted by Young Israel of Great-
er Miami. 990 NE 171st St., call
for complete air-conditioning and
seating capacity for approximate-
ly 450.
A new and improved program
for nursery, kindergarten and He-
brew School will be initiated and
a Youth Group formed.
Spiritual leader of Young Is-
rael is Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, and
president is F.manuel Ungar.
Period of Expansion Set
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
starting its eighth year this week,
is launching a period of expansion
under the leadership of Rabbi
Daniel M. Lovvy and new Temple
officers headed by Harold A
Greene, attorney.
will enjoy the real
Newark
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finest East-Side location mid-
way between United Notions
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Asthma Research
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A card party will be given by
the Miami Beach Chapter of Chil-
dren^ Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at Denver on Wed-
nesday evening at the Belaire
Hotel.
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter,
announced that all proceeds go to
the National Home.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
George Kurtz and Mrs. Bertram
Whitman.
Mr. ZIP
Goes into Action
July 1 was the 116th birthday
of the U.S. postage stamp, and to,
celebrate the event, Mr. ZIP zip-,
ped into action with a plan to
speed mail delivery and reduce
postal costs.
Mr. ZIP, an antic cartoon char-
acter, is the symbol for the Post
Office Department's Zoning Im-
provement Plan, which calls forj
use of a five-digit code in address-
ing mail. Large volume mailers,
will be the first to benefit from
the new system.
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Friday. July 5, 1963
Circus Coming To Town For 'Y1 Campers
member of the
icaic and train ride. In ers, and a graduate-61 hi. Pmn
for more than 400 children
YM and YMHA Day Camps during a joint pie
Uudd Cutler, president
"Y."
At Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the M....
YMHA Branch Camp, a special ers at Ma-Ka-Bee. The Science School of Soc.al Work,
trip has been arranged aboard Fair will reach a climax on July At Camp Shalom, this pas
the gold coast railroad July 8 10.
when campers from Ma-Ka-Bee In
mock, an overnight camping trip Miriam Schfitoberg. a **Jj
liami Is now being planned by the camp- the Columbia University Graduate
charge of this camp
saw the Spirit of 76 celebrated
is through dramatic presentation in
the form of music, dancing and
skits related to July 4. Patriotic
songs ami dances depicting Uncle
Sam and the Spirit of 76 resound-
ed through the halls of the Miami
Beach YMHA.
Next week marks the beginning
ol Circus Week. A -Big Top"
will highlight the festivities and
activities during this occasion.
The week will be climaxed by a
circus canvval in which each of
the children's groups will set up
its own booth with prizes. A spec- Scene from Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" fk
ial trip will also be made to the had its Southern premiere showing Wednesday at the May-
1,'ailroad Museum on the South
Campus of Miami University.
Directing this camp is Burton
Garr. a member of the Academy
of Certified Social Workers and a
graduate of the Boston University
Graduate School of Social Work
Serving as head counselor is Mrs.
Sylvia Ruskin. who has been a
group worker for the YMHA for
a number of years.
At the North County YMHA
Branch Camp Noar. Brotherhood
was celebrated by all the camp-
ers during the past week.
Directing this camp is S. Don-
ald LaBelle, a member of the
Academy of Certified Social Work-
ers and a graduate of the Univer-
git} i Minnesota Graduate School
ol S ial Work.
The second four-week period of
day camp will begin on Monday,
July 15. Registrations arc now
_ place.
Further information can be se-
cured by contacting the camp di-
rector at any one of the following
locations: Miami Branch, 450 SW
Lfith Ave.; Miami Beach Branch.
1536 Bay lid.: and North County
Branch. 14036 NE 6th Ave.
fair, Sunset, Normandie and Parkway Theatres. Left to right
are Dean Stockwell. Ralph Richardson, and Jason Robards Jr.
Foreground is KathaTine Hepburn in the role for which she re-
ceived an Academy Award nomination.
liverside Chapel Project
Redecorating, enlarging and
landscaping will start July 15 at
the Riverside Memorial Chapel.
NE 19th Ave., No, Miami
Starlight Roof Supper C!ub atop the Doral Beech Hotel con-
s to cater to capacity attendance no matter what month
of the year. According to Ma! Malkin, popular leader of his
tei pio-e orchestra at the club: "There's no question that all
year round, people appreciate an elegant setting, fine food Beach. Leonard Zilbert, vice
and good music." Decor by Tom Lee features piush colors
of magentas ard blues, and highlighting the room is an in-
j into the sky because
of the slight.y en 3 windows, and setming'to spread
the stars outside the room in every direction.
Staff members of The Jewish Floiidian are pictured with Sol
Tabb (left) president of Mar-Tab Vcndinq, at official dedication
ceremonies for the new S365.000 Castlewood International "
Corporation plant at Dade County's Sunshine State Industrial
Park. Mar-Tab, a division of Castlewood International, is the
largest multiline, coin-operated vending machine firm in the
state. President Tabb is shown explaining a new stereo auto-
matic music machine, one of Mar-Tab's products.

Heert Club W5!! Be Honored Here
ident, said that i rk, estimat-
a cos" ol would be M'"!ri1 Hi
c< mpleted aboul Oct. 15. En- iunl> will b<
will include addition .1 Heart As .' ol Gri
familj : ns and parking facili rhursda)
lies for 100 cars noon, July ll, Heart 11
mi.
Dr. i I esser,
I Mrs
I!
the club members
Now In Miami
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Page 1 IB
ilsirm Names Frank Director Of Advertising
thur P. Frank has been nam-
|director of advertising and*
lie rf'.r.'ions lor no!sum Bak-
lobert I. Chivers. president
gener;.1 manager of the South
brida firm, said that the position
fs vacatfd last year by Frank
Irvvin, Jr., promoted to vice
esident Frank has held the
ksition cf advertising and public
Nation* manager for the bakery
Ir the past live years.
jBefore jf.ning Holsum, Frank
fas research director for Jordan
larch Department Store in Mi-
kni. He alto was assistant sales-
Irvice manager for the Central
division oi the American BToad-
astinj: Company.
AtTMU* FRANK
FESTIVAL RtCEPTION AWARDS
Irs. Comay Heads JNF Flower Day
Special Report
Mrs. Michael Comay.
lectu
stdor
N THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 59959
Women's Zionist organizations r*> 'n'Vi-j'tv'si."'!--
ceived awards of Israel objects-of Deceased.
A native of Chicago, Frank at-
tended Northwestern University
and was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1954 with a
Bachelor's degree in marketing.
While at the university, he won
the highest scholastic achieve-
ment award in advertising, and
was presorted with a plaque
from the Advertising Club ef
Greater Miami.
During the Korean War he serv-
ed as a pilot in the Air Force.
Active in civic affairs, Frank is
president and a director of the
South Miami Chamber of Com-
merce Business and Professional
Division. He also serves on the
Bcautification Committee of
Greater Miami, and is an active
LEGAL NOTICE
member of the Advertising Club|
of Greater Miami; Alpha Delta IN THE CouVtv7udge-s court
Sigma, professional advertising: in and for dade countv.
fraternity; and the Industrial:
Committee of the United Fund, i
LEGAL NOTICE
author ;ir(_ Mrs Eh Resnikof, president(_
fid lecturer, wife of Israels Am- Qf
T.. All Creditors and All I1. Twin* Hav-
lhi> I itoil Nat ....... ..-.... Mrs. Max In* ClatmB or Denuinila Against Said
r w i- Schenk, national vice president of "?:. ,. .
faded a t:oup of notable Zion- i,.j.cc.i, j %, T___. V"' hereb) notified and re-
j ,. ., Hadassah. r.nd Mrs. Ann Thaler. i>m-i to present am claims and iti-
II wORieo leaden attending the national JNF chairman of Pioneer! i',......'* "'"'" ->"-"- "
flower DiiV Festival Rpcnntinn ... II"
BHIK
Das Festival Retention ,. 77 T ViT palate ( HARRY sicks de-
- .1 I ." Women, presented prizes to Mrs. ceased i.n. of Had. i'..untt Florida
.soredtbi the Jewish National Dona Loventhal and Mrs R Sh ,... ,.,.. ...> ....> ,.,,.:,,,.. ,
liiiu ill N-w York. ._ r mi i.- ii- .. i>.ami fiu- tii.- -mi. iii duplicate and
j iT.an. of Mrzrachi Women; MrS.au iirovl.....I in Section ;:;u;. Kioiid.i
Mrs Ratxiel Katl, wife of the Edith Weisberg and Mr Leah ScnJut". "} *" In the c.....-
jrael Consul General in- New Loucnthal. of Hadassah; and Mrs. Ha. wlthlHfx "ailnd'at SnoSt'h, frT
lurk, wai also present. She Zina Bermar. and Mrs. Rae Kop- ",' I'me of the flw nublit-atlon her-
teeted olunteers whose efforts elman, of Pioneer Women. DntetiI at "Miami. KioTida.Th'i :oth
Flowei Day in mid-May re- l)r. Joseph P. Sternstein. JNF ''"> ,,r ''mVonVrV i -r
kited in the raising of many thou- national director, addressed the 'Ae KM-cutrix
Inds ol dollars for land reclama- assembled guests, thankin" them '".,'' I'ubHcation ibis noti.....n
an and afforestation in Israel by "for the zeal and devoticTn they IrVRoX uasV?\RJnBR '
- '..itional Fund. .had displayed on Flower Day" of v',!' ;r,",'.':". .i n"i-! ? ^.'i' "'''N
nteers of each of the the Jewish National Fund in May. Miami ii".uch.Fiorlih.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5995S-A
N RB: Batata of
I:HNJA.M1X BCOARMAN
Frank is married to the former! NOTICI to creditors
r. i\;-_-._j __i__ To All Creditors .mil All Persons Jlav-
rrma Diamond, who was assistant |R Claims ... Demand! Against Maid
fashion coordinator at Jordan Eetate:
Y..ii are hereby notified and r-
iiiir.-.i to present any ctaltna and de-
Dianda which you RUM have uguinst
the estate < BENJAMIN BV0AR-
MAN deceased int.- i* l ade Couniy,
Florida, t.. Hie County Judges aCDade
I'ounty, and file the fame in dupli-
cate Mini as provided in Section ftS-ie,
Florida statutes, in their efficea in
tli.- County Coiirtbouaa in l>ail*r Coun-
ty, Florida, within nix calendar month*
from tin- time of the ItrM publica-
tion hereof, or the same will b.- har-
red.
Pnted at Miami, Hoiida. this 20th
da> of June. A.I>. isae.
HENRY HrOARMAN
Aa Bxecutor
l-'ii.-.i publication of ihi> notice on
the Jstli day of June, ISKI.
i:i;itN.-fi:i.\ MILt.BR
Attorney for Bxecutor
i ii i CongreiiM Uulldlns
Miami, l-'loii-lu
: :'-. 7/5-13-11
Marsh Department Store. She is
a graduate of Syracuse Univer-
sity, where she received her Bach-
elor's degree in business adminis-
tration. The Franks have two
children, Debra 5, and David 3.
They live at 8501 SW 20th Ter.,
Miami.
LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 7218
SAM LONDON
Plaintiff,
VB,
FRIEDA LONDON,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: FRIEDA LONDON
:".' Kant Henry oil
Whin-fish Bay
Milwaukee, Vriaconaln
Ton are hereby notified that n Com-
plaint for Divorce hex been fil.-.l in
tii.- above styled Court
and vm aiv required to
of your Annwer .
ngulnei you
verve n cop)
Pleading to the
1 omnlnlnt on the Plaintiff* attoniej
ABE HCHONFELD, 87:. Northalde
l i.iz.i. Northalde Center, Miami Plor-
kta, .in.l rile the original Annwer "
Pleading in the office
y>* CJreuil i'..1111 in Dade County,
Honda, 11 or before the Till day of
AuKUHt, IUS3. If > ..ii iail i...... bo,
Judgment b) Defnult will be taken
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59964-C
IN RE: i:-i.i!e ..i
HARRIET D. WEXLER
I......a-.,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i .lii.-i s and All 1'eriK.ns Hav.
< Clalin* .a Demand* Against Haid
i:.-lal.
Von are hereb) notified and re-
quired to prewni an) clalmx and de-
. ilianihi wlii.li you ma) have against
I."."' '.!"lK "' the eatate ol HARRIET D. WEXLER
dtceased late of Dade County, r'lor-
i.la. to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file ti'.- name i'i .1 .t.;i-
.ii. an.I a- provided in Section 733 IS,
Top
Hgalnslt you fh, the relief demanded piorlda lUatutea. In tlieh-
'"lioNKWoBDKBBP at Miami ""
Florida, tin- :'i-.l day of July, 19*3.
K It, LEATHER.MAX. Clerk,
' "ir .iii i '.-in i. I lade Count >\ I lorlila
(ki all ID : K. M. I.VMAN.
Deput) Clerk
AHE Ml I'in I BI.D
An.iin.> f..r Plaintiff
275 Northalde Pl.ua
N'orthslde Centei, .Miami. Kia
OL
ituarics
vlS 'l- D., ;. of 101 v.|, iselin, Mr Hattie R
me Itl -erale CoIMiik Av< th.r.lon
i .Hi St., died SCHWARTZ. Daniel, i
Kt\ el side
.lean M
ii... u h .ii-.l June 2
1SH. .. of \\ III. n. ..
iii .i .i in< -
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NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
the un.lersimi. liuBlneHB under the flctltfims name ol
ZHAHARAZADE a
Sir. t, Mi mi. I M.l
N I:
I, of SIM
lb .1 Jut -' Itlvi
I....ii. :.'. ..i ".36 1 tli
147th Ter.
ARNOLD. Ml
Pra i \
SHEINFELD.
SI RlVeieid
BERMAN. Sam lei K .
I Wa Klverald
SHANE. ;. ii. i i S. Tri isur.
I m Itixi rslil.
ABRAHAMSON. IV i 30?
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CERN STEIN. II rr\ of I ITI
i : .1 h .- i: ei
CELENTER. Sidm iki
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GOLDEN, laaai -1 nnayl-
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KIRSHBERG. il
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WOLF. Mil
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ROSEN Vr Ml
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5941? B
in in-: I'--
i:i '\\ till) I. SKRItlXS
I......
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58970-B
IN RE K.-i.u. f
.K I8EPII V I 'AVI I 'Si >N
I ., used
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
.Tii ALL l'i:i:s..\s INTERESTED IN
iy.ii N .loll THE ESTATE tlF SAID DECEDENT
. I loiida Yi.ii are hereb) notified thai .. arlt-
wlia Hi. i, ,i Instrument puriHirtlna t.- be the
'''" 1..-I will ami testamelil of >. i.t dece-
.i- in has I. ii admitted to p nhate in
said i'..'ii:. You ai e hi i eb) i oni
man.'..I .. iihi.i ?-i\ calenilai nioiitlis
fr< in lie .1 lie of 111- r i -l pilblli .ill..i.
..1 ih > notice i" ap|ienr In .-.ii.l Court
mill nhou cause, H ii n\ >nu < an. \\ li>
lid ('nun in admitting
said :.....:.l not --.m.1
nil evoked
ll"\ I i: VNK I! IH iWI.INli
... '
Ii) M ELBA i I HCK
Clerk
l-'i. i inilili.nl'. .. I i
the .': l i .
Ri iBERT set iT I" l\ \i I'M V \
Mtori
.
Hi.
I j. Kim Ida, ivlthln \ .. ndui m >ntha
from the time ..i the flrat pub'lcutlon
hereof, -.i the snnn u ill In
Dated at Mi.inn. Florida, this 21at
da) ..i June, A.I. Isi
Ml IRRIS WEXLER
.". Ensl T.itli Street
N- \' rk. Ni u ^ :;<
As Ksei it tin
. ,, ,. LIONEL I.. 111.IN
' Atiorilei for Executor
i >ne Lincoln Rd. Bldg
Uluii i Bern h, h'iorida
7 ."-!] 19-24
rW'ik^.MW or""
i "ountj Pint ill.i
Ml I.DREI I I. WVRENl "E
Sole < > n.
RICHARD IV. U VSSEIt.VIAN
R,. Vttorne) for Vppllcnni
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU1T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 66T2
JAIME VALCARCBL,
I'lalnl Iff,
y -
VAl.i" m:. i'!..

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SW To All i'i ml All Pel-Minis 1 lav-
i
-. \v. i: tati
I .. In ri hj not Ified and n
Mulled to present nil) i mil Ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
!V '"'-, u""' AI :, ,,. ; '.,: ':. in and for dade county.
",''."' b!,W1AP' ,.1'; >II'I'X> FLORIDA IN PROBATE
a-''1 Ii......i Hade I oiinty, i N ,,,, r
.. Ida, to ih. Count) Judges of Dadi !N ay ivtate of
"nint>. ninl fib thi siuni i.i dupll- Jl'LIA K RI I'D
Ni:
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Irate and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statute*., in their offices In
the Count) Courthouae In Dnile Coun-
ty, Florida, ulthln sl\ calendar month
from the liin
, h. reof, or ih
1 let-earn .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All I'I .nil..I.- an.I All I'. i HIS Hav-
, the flrsi publication R*,Ve"'M" '"' LH"""m1' Ag,,1M" S,",
You are hereb) notified and re-
Dated at Miami, Florida, thie 13th
day oi June, a.i>. ims,
NAi iMl i:. SERRINS
An Aduiinisiian i\
First publication of ilii.- notice on
the -l.-i iki) of .lain I".:
JERt 1MB O. (IREENE
Attorne) for Kamnl E. Benin*
Suite -II Securlt) l'in.-i Kldg,
lit i: Eutgler St., Miami :::'. ll.i
i; i'i -an, :
MARI v C.VRDENAS
I '. I', ml.int.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: MARIA CARI 'EN VS
\ Ala "ARCEI.
i'.\i:i:i:i:a i:i \ i \ I sru.
n... :.:t 74 tcn.ii
111 Mil ITA. i 'i 'la IMI II \
^. -I M IKI \ CARDEN \ \ \ -
'.till 'EL, a h a 1 v.... I Stir
71 Tunjui
lila, ar<
I., id. t'nmplnlnl fo M .. itl
thi '' k ni the abo\e i
aerve i ... then
N egr e I V11 11 e)
Bl III N B, 2nd Avenue,
n oi In
Jill).
taken nfesHi
I Ntled 111 1Mb .IIIII !'
i: B I.EA I'HEK.M i.N C
i ,. I i
ft) I-' M \A s VN
I'. |. it) Ii
ii. i ':
IN THE COUNTY JUDOS'3 COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59907-C
IN RE: Estate oi
LENA GOODMAN
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CRED.T0R3
To All i'i. .lit..i.- ..ml aii Pi >na Hav-
quired to present any clulniv an.l .1. -
iiian.is which you ma) have nmlnat -* Cta,m" '" ""'""l- >-'"-'
ihe eatate of Jl'LIA E, RI'IHI tle-
. aaed late of I >ad
to ih.. Count) .iiiilu.-s
unt). Florida.
f I'.i.le I'.illll-
Eatate
Yon are
quired t<
hen by notified and r.--
resenl an) cluiit tlhd l -
ty. and file tii,- name In duplicate and i'"""L
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed roved ones are
a source of very
comfort to all.
>are
real
V A 7 ,1 || .-. .'til-.
0 rfattim

MO 1-7693
pr..\ iil.-il in Section 733.16, Klo* Ida
S'latutea, in theli offices in the Coun-
ty I'l.iiitlions. in Dade County, Pior-
lda, within sis calendar months from
the time of the find publication hi re-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, rlorida, thm 24!h
da) of June, A.D IM3.
HERMAN T. ISIS, as Mlnriii \
for DANIEL A. IM'i'l'
As A.lmiliisli ati.i
I ii-i publli ai ...n ..I ih notice on
the "-'mIi da) of June, 190
HERMAN T. ISIS
At.....n > for Administrator
i'i' Bon 1727, Coral Cabli -
i; .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 7232
i a i.NNi k si it:i :nsi:n.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
I.i:il SOKENHEN,
I >. I. inI.ml.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
111: I-EIE SUUBNHKN
o Dr. Richard K. BlahMlell
itj.'i i: j.mii Plaee
Chleaan 37. Illinois
You are hereb} notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce ha- been tiled
against you, an.l \ou are required I"
s. iv. a Copy "I >oni Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiff*
attorney, PHYLLIS BHAaTPANIER,
8101 l'.iscayne Blvd., Miami ">. l'la..
.and file tin- original Answei .a I'lead-
' iiiK in tin- office ..f the Clerk ..i the
Circuit Colin on or Inf. n- ilie r.iii da)
..i August, 19113 Ii you fall to do .-...
Judgement b) default ill be taken
agnlnat you tor the relief detnnnded
in the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Piorlda, ilii- ird da) "f July. A.D.
i: II l.l vTHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrciiil i '.ai:. I lade Count) I lot Ida
(seal) R) K. vl LTM VN.
I '.i.iu\ i 'l. 11.
7 3-1S-I9
which you ma) hnvi againet
the estate ,.f LENA i;......)H\ de-
i..is..i late of hade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Hide Coun-
tv, and file the aame In duplU-ui and
as provided In Section 733. W>. I'!., i.i:*
s'l.itni.s. in ih.ii offices in I Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade Countv, rir-
ida, w i'bin -i\ calendu r mom h-
Do time of the find publication hen
..i. or ihe same \^ ill hi i. 'ri
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 20th
.;.i v of June, A.D. IM l
JACK I'l'i'HS
As i :\.. ttoi
l rat publication "t* tliN .m
ih. SHtli da> of June.
M\ era, Helmnn, Kaplai M I'atsi it.
' i eon Kaplan
ney for Exi cutor
I ISO S.W. 1st Sue. I
Miami. Piorlda
' s :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 63C 6579
SHIRLEY ANN MOTSINtiER,
Plaintiff,
va.
KENNETH FRANKLIN MOTSINUER,
1 i.fendanl.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I" KENNETH FRANKLIN
Mi iTSIN'i I EH
Route Number I >n
Oiiffltb Road
Winston Sai.in. North Caroll ta
You are hereb) re|ulreil to sereej
a copy of your Answer or pleading t.>
the Complaint tor D I v o r e til.it
agnlnat you, ..n the I'lolntlffs attor-
ney, DOMINIC l.. K'"'. i'-. Indtiatrlal
National Bank Building, Miami -'
Florida, and rile the original Ant
.I pleading In tin offlci ol tin Cleric
ol the Circuit Court on or before the
SSrd da) "t uly, I -. oi .... win
. .1 ,..: ilnsl you ll .
Dated ilii- nth du) ol ,1
K. I: I.EATHERMAN, I
Circuit i 'ourt. I iade i 'mini). I ;
(seal) IP i: i (JKCI
l >e|>ul) "
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AVERAGE
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c
lb.
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BREAST
OF BEEF
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lb.
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15 to 20 LB.
AVERAGE
59
lb.
PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
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