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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridiaia
.37 Number 24
Combining THE JMISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 12, 1964
Two Sections Price 2 1*
Eshkol Views Space Center at Cape Kennedy
U.S. Army Air Defense
Honors Israel's Premier
In Ceremony at Ft. Bliss

! BLISS, Tex. (JTA'
Minister Levi Eshkol was
.....I by the U.S. Army Tues-
"u Army An Defense Ccn
where Israeli personnel
aining to aetivate Israel's
missile battalion.
I .,1.1.le and luneheon honor
in. ; T.-mier Kshkol took place
M. net with the Israeli military
1 here who will soon num-
I. The Israeli trainees here
i!' r. tuIB, 1 use of the Hawk missile
can by used against air-
.,- well as against enemy
- |0B. The Israeli group here
>... actually fired I'.S. Hawks and
lead the trainees at Fort Bliss with
.(le averages of over 98 at the
-lie school.
The Israeli trainee* commend-
ed the U.S. Army for outstand-
ing cooperation with them. A
detachment of Israelis partici-
pated in the U.S. Army parade.
The luncheon honoring Premier
= shkol was tendered by Major
General Tom Stayton, command-
>g general of the U.S. Army
i.r Defense Center. Gen. Stay-
in expressed pleasure at re-
ceiving the Prime Minister and
commended the Israeli train- |
ees.
Mr Eshkol wit honored by the
tiring "I a 21-ennnon salute. He
1 as greeted by the children of
Israeli military personnel who
presented blue and white flowers
to Mrs. Kshkol. He viewed Hawk
anti-aircraft missiles of the type
soon to be made operational by I
Israel. ,
Commands UuYiffi "Vie" military
Continued on Page 13-A
Special Presidential Plane
Flies Him to Aeronautics
Facility Inspection Tour
TOP UVEl WHfRlWIND TA1KS PACt 3-A
Why did the late Prime Min-
ister Nehru, of India, never
recognize Israel? Read Josh-
ua Justman's report direct
from Jerusalem. Paqe 14-A.
Germans Finding Relations
With Israel Deteriorating
CAM KXPI Ottll SATtlUUS? PAGt 6-A
BONN i-lTA A West Ger-
man Parliamentary leader and a
German youth group who have
recently returned from visits to
Israel declared here thai relations
between Israel and West Germany
NEGRO LEADER JOINS GROUP
Brooklyn Hassidic Patrol Now
Interfaith Vigilance Organization
\ YORK I JTA) The
radio car patrol organic-
Hassidic Jews In the crime
. crown Height- section ol
n 1- being expanded into
interfaith interracial project,
!al>bi Samuel Schrage, one ol
,ni/. r- -aid this week
reorganisation was decided
ftcr a closed meeting "i Pro
nt, Catholic and Jewish lead
ith civil and political ol
- attending The firs! change
1 in the name ol the patrol
i the Maccabees since its
lion two week- ago, II i now
"Citizens Communitj Patrol."
Rabbi Schrage and eight Oth-
er Hassidic rabbis attended the
closed mcetina. The 40 Brook-
lyn community leaders present
included Bishop E. D. Washing-
ton, a Negro, who volunteered to
take charge of the patrol's op-
eration during the coming Sab-
bath.
,\ ien member steering commit
tee as named at the meeting to
direct the reorganization. The
steering committee was Instruct-
ed t" l*et more radio-equipped pa
lrol cars The Maccabees have
been operating five cars, manned
by unarmed Hassidic Jews, oh
tained through donations
Rabbi Benjamin Krcitniaii. a
Continued on Page 8-A
are reaching a crisis point.
Dr Carlo Scbmid, vice presi
dent of the Bundestag, said in an
interview that the -ituation has
deteriorated noticeably." The
youth gawp consistial ol 28 high
school teachers -pent three weeks
working and traveling In Israel.
Representatives ol the group told
a news conference that the Is-
raelis they met were seriousl)
disturbed over developments in
West Germany,
They said that Israelis were
most concerned over Bonn's re-
fusal to establish diplomatic re-
lations with Israel, the West
German Government's failure to
take action against German
scientists working for the Egyp-
tian armaments industry and the
disinterested attitude of the
West German public toward
Nazi war crimes trials. The
teachers also reported that Is-
raelis found West German of-
ficial explanations on these mat-
ters unconvincing.
Dr. Schmid reported that lie
found the same complaint-. He
emphasized thai Israelis^- both
Government officials and the na
1 n at largeare worried about
the German rocket scientists 111
Nasser's employ. "The fear is
Continued on Page 13-A
NKW YORK (JTA) Israels
Prime Minister Levi Kshkol left
New York aboard a U.S. Air Force
special plane alter a busy four-
day visit during which he was
honored by the City of New York.
bj United Nation.- Secretary-
General U Thant, by Adlai E. Stev-
enson, permanent representative
ol the United States to the UN,
and by leading Jewish organiza-
tions.
The Kshkol party landed later
at Cape Kennedy. Fla.. where Dr.
Kurt H. Debus, director of the
John F. Kennedy Space Center.
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration, gave a luncheon
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eshkol.
The Israel Prime Minister and his
1 wife then visited the facilities of
the Space Center and later de-
parted aboard a U.S. Air Force
-pedal flight for Houston, Tex .
, where 1 hey were given a recep-
tion by Mayor Louie Welch.
Prior to his departure from
New York, the Israel Prime Min-
ister sa*d in a television inter-
view that he did not consider
Soviet Premier Khrushchev's
speeches in Egypt last month a
"go-ahead" signal to the Arabs
to attack Israel. He express-
ed the opinion that, in his utter-
ances against Israel during his
visit in Egypt, Mr. Khrushchev
used "much milder language"
than he had in previous state-
ments.
Mr. Eshkol,cited the fad that
Mr Khrushche\ mentioned Israel
Continued on Page 7-A
BREACH OF PROTOCOL
State Dep't.
Scolds Arab
Envoys Here
WASHINGTON .JTA) Act-
ing Secretary of State George W.
Ball, acting at the direction Of
President Johnson, scolded the
ambassadors ol 13 Arab nations
who were summoned to the State
Department because ol an insult-
ing pies- release warning the
United states on its conduct in
relation to the visit ot Israel
Prime Minister Levi E-hkol
In an unprecedented move, the
White House and Mate Depart-
ment went into action to chal-
lenge the breach ol protocol One
high official said the Arab joint
statement was comparable only
to a situation that might have tak-
en place bad the American am-
bassadors in Cairo warned Presi-
dent Nasser on the sort ol hos-
pitality to be extended to Premier
Khrushches.
Mr. Ball, it was learned, told
the Arab envoys that their warn-
ing on the Eshkol visit was un-
acceptable and amounted to a
breach of protocol and propriety.
Continued on Page 12A
Escaped Nazi Leaves UAR
After Comfy Stay in Cairo
LONDON tJTA) Walter
Zech-Nenntwich, the former SS of-
ficer who lied from a maximum
security prison in West Germany
to seek refuge in Egypt, has left
Cairo for Ethiopia, it was reported
lure from the Egyptian capital.
The former Nazi bad been con
\ 11 led ol complicity in the war
Negro Rights and Jewish Life Seen Compatible
. 1___ Uk ......;..! .....I HwlfftMl :.._ I.I. ... < nnl iitlHr r
time murder ol 5.200 Jew- in the
Pinsk Ghetto lie fled to Switz-
erland and turned up in Cairo.
where be boasted that a Nazi secrel
underground had aided his escape
last April
He lefl t airo at the "sugges
; lion" of Egyptian authorities, who
reportedly advised him to leave
to end anj possible friction be.
1 ween Egypt and the West Ger-
man Government, which had for-
mally requested the Egyptian
Government to extradite him
LOS ANGELES (JTA- -- A ial justice and the value of pre
statement affirming the proposi serving distinctive Jewish com-
ion that it ia possible to achieve nuin.ty were cited as basic .0 I.
the balance of integration and fining an action Prograta. Tne
:.p...ateness needed for creative statement considered by tit l.UW
lewish life and lull participation j workers in Jewish communalI ser-
in the civil rights struggle for all vice stressed that a P*">**
Americans was approved this week .landing ol Jewiah tttfMoa J*J
.. the Notional Conference ol democracy indicated tJ*cPJJ
nriah. Communal Service ibtttty Of these cnontUmentt^rth
The Jewish commitment to SOC- specific reference to the pro.r.im.
ol Jewish social and welfare
agencies.
Dr. Nathan Glaier, University
of California sociologist, told the
conference that Negro demand*
challenged the right of main-
tenance of sub-communities,
such as the Jewish one. If has
always been assumed, he said
that the group pattern of Amer-
ican life was not under chal-
lenge and that the advancement
of the disadvantaged could pro-
ceed without such a challenge.
If American Jews were pro-
tected for a time against such de-
mand-, be said, they are not pro-
tected against demands for entry
Continued on Page ll-A
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week, is reviewed by Hilary
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Friday. ;ne 12
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cooperative agreement. Front row (left to right) are Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg, president, Jewish Vocational Service;
Aaron Kravitz, chairman, Thrift Shop, Jewish Home for the
Aged; and Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director, Jewish
Vocational Service. Rear row (left to right) are Maurice Pearl-
stein, executive director, Jewish Home for the Aged; Donald S.
Block, director, Jewish Vocational Service Workshop.
JVS and Aged Home Reveal Joint Program
To Retrain Handicapped Persons Here
b( taken apart, cleaned, repaired
and 'hen sold.
One of the greatest barriers to
the employment "f the handiean-
pi r person is ;i lack ol skills which
can be used in Ms job placement
in regular industry. Tin pr i ram
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a varietj of marketable >kill> in
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"For the Jewish Home for the
Aged, the value will be in the
volume of sales at the Thrift
Shop which is then used to meet
the deficit in operating on-going
programs and services for resi-
dents at the Home," officials ex-
plained.
The businessman who hires the
Handicapped trained by JVS sets
a well-qualified person for his
employ.
Attending the meeting were
Maurice Pearlstein. executive di-
rector. Jewish Home for the Aged.
Stuart Rothchild. treasurer. Jew-
ish Vocational Service, and Dr.
Michael Goodman and Donald S
Block, executive director of the
Jewish Vocational Service and
workshop director for JVS, re-
spectively.
Both the .Tewi-h Home for the
Aued and the ,ieish Vocational
Service are beneficiary agencies
of the Greater Miami Jen i-h Fed
eiation. and both are members of Dade County. .
(he Dade County Welfare Planning tional Service hi ,', M|
Council. The Home is also a application pciuu.. ,,h ..rs|t
member of the United Fund of Fund ^n
Retraining of handicapped per-
- SO that they can return to
the competitive labor market is
the keynote of a cooperative pro-
gram just announced by the Jew-
- i Vocational Service and the
Jewish Home for the Aged,
A joint statement by Mrs
Charles P. feinberg, president of
Jewish Vocational Service, and
Aaron Kravitz, chairman of the
Jewish Home tor the Aged Thrift
Shop, said the new program will
gQ into effect shortly.
In a meeting held at tne office
of Kravitz. president of the Army
Navy Eagle Department Stores,
agreement was reached between
board members of both agencies
permitting handicapped clients of
the JVS of all races, colors and
i reeds to repair items, machin-
ery, and appliances donated to
the Thrift Shop for sale.
The first items to be renovat-
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The power sewing machines of
the Jewish Vocational Service
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who are learning the trade and
being paid a wage during their
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Purchasers of the items sold at
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Friday -ne 12. 1964
+Je*lst rtcrlcttati
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Eshkol and LBJ Confer in Whirlwind Talks
w
A.--1
Seaton is presented
duate's Tallis at
.. S< moinii.q serv-
, pie Menorah.
0 is qraduatinq
Beach Hiqh
k will be leavinq for
'Jollege. His parents.
Di. and Mrs. Samuel D.
eld, present him the
Tallis to send him off with the
of his faith.
ler Tamid Opens
lember Drive
VI a Luakfast meeting in Skiar
lAuriitorium > Temple Ner Tanud.
1964-65 membership campaign
i- launch& Rabbi Eugene
ovitz, spiritual leader of the
h' iipie, who is heading the cam
buign t: la year, announced that
[tin' goal will be 200 additional
|.imiliei
Member- of the committee are
llorria Charlip, Mr. and Mrs.
Louii Cohen. Mrs. Henrietta Fine.
I ,i KiiKgold. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
" hi Frank. Mrs. Harriet Gel ler.
I irr> Glazer. Adolph (irevnbaum.
|'rs, JaiK Creenberg. Sam Green-
fld. Lows liu-.-li. Harr>' HolU-
an, Dr Michael Horwitz. Harry
wits, Joseph Kahn, Max Katz,
arry L eberman, Mr. and Mrs,
muel B Peariman, Han Piver,
\ Raskin, Dale Regent, Albert
erg, Isidore Schachter,
top Schwartz. Joseph Silver-
\i:. Bmb Tubin, Mrs Sadie
to&es Wolf, Dr. Samuel
s ioscph Zeman.
: i- Murray A Shaw.
. the congregation, and
Zarctskj. chairman oi
NEW YORK (.ITA) Israel's
determination to build a better so-
ciety and its willingness to help
resolve the Middle East disputes
were convey, ed by Premier Levi
Eshkol U> President Johnson and
a uule variety of other American
leaders in a whirlwind round of
conferences and public appear
ai.ro tin-- week.
In the first official visit by an
Israeli Premier on invitation by
an American President, Mr. Esh-
kol met with President Johnson
in a long and friendly discussion
In a joint communique issued at
the end ol ihe talks. PresidentI
.lohn-ini reaffirmed United States
support for the territorial in
tegrity and political independence
all countries in the Middle
East and the firm opposition ol
the l nited States to a igression
and the use ol tone or the threat
ni force against an) country."
One specific agreement was
for a joint United States-Israel
study of the use of nuclear pow-
er for desalting seawater. The
communique noted that progress
in that effort would be made
available to all countries with
"water deficiencies," a descrip-
tion covering most of Israel's
Arab neighbors.
Generally, t he communique
pledged that both countries would
seek to increase the present
friendly relations linking them. It
was understood that the Israeli
visitors did not ask the United
States for additional arms, though
the steady Egyptian arms build-
up, particularly in the field of
rocketry, with the aid of West
German scientists were stressed
by the Premier repeatedly.
Prior to his departure from
Washington to New York, the
Premier said he felt his visit to
the capital had improved contacts
between the two countries and
enhanced the generally friendly
atmosphere.
,The Prime Minister met with
undersecretary of state Averell
Harriman, Assistant Secretary of
Rabbi Brooks in Invocation
Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual
leader ol Temple Zamora, deliv-
ered the invocation at the recent
gathering oi the Dade County
Civil Defense lunche in in conjunc-
tion with the Civil Defense Trans-
portation area
State Philip Talbot. and others
\ conference also was held in the
"Hue of Acting State Secretary
George W. Ball During the visit,
Mr. Eshkol also had a breakfast
meeting at Blair House with Pres-
ident George Meany of the AFL-
CIO and other labor leaders.
Mr. Eshkol told an Overseas
Writers Club luncheon that an
earnest effort should be made
to get effective and controllable
agreements to end the arms and
military technology race in the
Middle East. He said that there
was no slackening in the flow
of Arab threats against Israel
and that Israel had no choice,
despite the burden, but to main-
tain its military deterrent at a
high level. Without this, he said,
the "the relative quiet" in the
Middle East "cocld be upset
overnight."
Israel's basic positions were
made known to President John-
son and the key figures ol the
Government These included the
belief that a mass return Of Arab
refugees WOUld probably turn Is
real ieto another Cyprus, Israel's
readiness to help financially and
I technically for resettlement of the
I Arab refugees was emphasized.
Israel's belief that it needs to
increa.se its conventional military'
capabilities was indicated, refer-
ring to more planes, more air-
fields, tanks and related vveap-
, onry.
The Premier told a United Jew-
ish Appeal dinner in New York
that Israel did not expect the
I Arab countries to mount an arm-
j ed attack against Israel's mas-
' sive Water Carrier project, sche-
1 duled to become operational this
i summer. He stressed that the
plan was being conducted in ac-
i cordance with the regional Jor-
dan River plan proposed by the
late Eric Johnson in 1955 which
was accepted at the technical
level by the Arabs and rejected
. by the Arab governments.
He also disclosed the UJA was
planning a capital fund drive to
buitd high schools for Israel,
which does not have free high
school education. He said the
project would correct an educa-
tional imbalance which "holes
grave peril for our future."
He said of every 100 children
entering Israel elementary schools
were ol Asian or African origin.
In high school, the ratio drops to
25 and at the university level to
12 He said Israel had no inten-
tion of becoming a nation divided
between educated and uneducated
but that it lacked the financial re-
sources for public high school-.
He cited the huge outlays to alt
aorbing a continuous flow of im-
migrants to maintain a large mili-
tary deterrent and to develop the
Negev and the Galilee.
Joseph Meyerhoff, i a.\ general
chairman, said the campaign
would be conducted in addition to
the UJA's regular annual fund-
raising drive. Max Fischer, I J \
associate general chairman, said
the UJA Education Fund would
be launched at a national confer
ence September 17-18 in V
York Cit) at which Deputy Prem-
iei Vbba Eban would be the prin-
cipal speaker Rabbi Herbert
Friedman, executive vice-chair
man ol the UJA, said that the
decision for such a fund followed
18 months of intensive study and
on-the-spbt surveys.
The Premier told a luncheon
given in his honor by United Na-
tions Secretary General U
, Thant that while Israel appre-
ciated any UN achievements, it
had to be "realistic about what
the UN could and could not do
1 at this stage." Specifically, he
noted, "the umbrella of the UN
Charter is not yet substitute
for national defense," and that
disarmament was still a hope
and not a fact.
He held that the IN could in-
fluence event- b\ asserting its
moral authority in support of the
Charter principles of demanding
respect for every state, large and
small, and for settlement of dis-
putes by peaceful means. He
pledged Israeli support tor those
principles in the Middle East and
i l.-ew here
It was noted that Soviet Am-
bassador Fedorenko did not attend
the I'N event He senl a mess
expressing regrets that he could
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Volume 37
Number 24
Friday. June 12. 1964
2 Tcrmuz 5724
Official Trip In
Every Sense of Word
The visit of Prime Minister Esh-
kcl must be regarded a6 an aston-
ishing success. The Prime Min-
iver's visit is official in every
M :se of the word.
Not only has he been received
o .he White House and been en-
tertained at Blair House, he is also
ing led on a grand tour of
American military installaions in
c plane put at his disposal bv
lident Johnson and the U.S.
ned Forces.
Mr. Eshkol's trip thus has the
al seal of approval of our
Government whose State Depart-
traditionally cool toward Is-
. 8 best interests, this week
:: ...-.a it necessary to dress down
the envoys of the Arab nations
here tor their critical remarks con-
ning the manner in which Mr.
Es/ikol was being received.
What this means is that, unlike
the tours here of former Israeli
chief executives, David Ben-
Gurion's included, Mr. Eshkol's is
more than a back-door, hour-long
visit with the President sandwich-
ec in among a gamut of desper-
c:e meetings with American Jewish organiza-
!:cns.
In the case of Prime Minister Eshkol. guite
th opposite seems to be true. We hope this
augurs well for future U.S.-Israel relations and
:c: stronger moves designed to bring peace
to the Middle East.

Consul Dover Leaves
We join other communities in the South-
-i region of the United States in bidding fare-
v. ell to Consul Zeev Dover who has represen-
ted his Government of the State of Israel dur-
the past few years.
Throughout his tenure Consul Dover has
been ready, quick and able to supply informa-
10 all medic and interested parties on the
e:it affairs of his country. During moments
oi crisis, he explained calmly, rationally and
h great intelligence the issues involved.
All are grateful to him for his fund of knowl-
edge and the interest he always manifested
in cooperating with cities throughout the region
; called upon his services.
Consul Dover continued to represent the
h.gh calibre of diplomatic capability that has
marked the tenures of his predecessors In this
office. We are happy for him that he is re-
turning to other duties in Jerusalem. But we
are sorry to see him leave us.
on CJA agency assistance in the coming
months.
The best purpose of a successful 1964 cam-
paign are already being felt as a result of go-
ing over the top. Apart from renewed confi-
dence in the Combined Jewish Appeal and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation as our com-
munity's overall planning and fund-raising or-
ganization, our humanitarian and welfare
needs have received a much-needed and long-
overdue move forward in the direction of more
satisfying service.
The Results of Success
The unanimous adoption of the 1964 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal allocation to its member
cgencies Monday night indicates the conse-
quences of a successful campaign.
CJA proposed SI,371,362 for its operation
of local, national and overseas affiliates dur-
ing the year ahead, a figure some S80.000 more
than in 1963.
This means much in terms of expanded fa-
cilities and programs for every organization
benefiting from the Combined Jewish Appeal.
As a con&equ&nce it means much to the ind:-
v.duals, Miamians included who will call up-
Argentine Jewry's Fate
The situation of Jews In Argentina is a
grave one. The recent activities of Hussein
Triki, representative of the Arab League in Ai-
gentina. complicates the picture even furthei.
It is therefore heartening to note the recent
statement of Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president
of the central body of organized Argentine
Jewry, who declared that things might ever.
worse if not for a sympathetic government de-
termined to avoid anti-Semitic extremism.
We hope that Dr. Goldenberg s statement
is well-founded because the view from here
seems to be a dismal one at best. As Dr. Gold-
enberg see it. Triki's Nazi-variety anti-Semitism
has worked not only against his immediate
aims but against those of the Arab cause, as
well.
The distinguished Argentine leader also
asserts that even the Egyptian Embassy in
Buenos Aires has disavowed him. This would
seem to be an exceptionally optimistic ap-
proach to the concerns of the Argentine Jewish
community except for the fact that politics most
often manifests itself in strange ways, always
adapting its interests to the needs of the terrain.
Thus. Arab anti-Semitism based on Nazi
stereotypes may be considerably more effec-
tive in one area of the world than in another
a particular variety of bigotry may make more
enemies in Buenos Aires than it makes friends
in Cairo.
This is what Dr. Goldenbera seems-fo be
telling us in his statement. We hope h
rect in his conclusions.
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at ISO X.I-:. Blxth Btreet. .Miami i. Florida
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The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity ana
the Jewish Weekly. Member ot the Jewish Teleoraphic
Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News =
Service, National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. er
LIE ON my back, floating
in eight feet of inter, mv
hands clasped behind m
neck, my eyes searching ,J
English-Jewish Newspapeis. and the Florida Press Assn.
j during the week ..........._______s
e e __intensely blue sky filled with
as i see-it ;* <**<,/> < *****
a long time. thinking hupotullv
by LEO MINDLIN
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,

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nothing: but the Intense con
ccntration needed to be hljnk
becomes an emotional effort
all its own. I bump into an
are up
other form: both of us
set. and we flounder for balance. In the spray of shaking heads and
blowing nostrils, we smile tolerantly. I recognize him as the owner
of the pool, the cabins, the whole shebang. He continues to smile
well after I can mutter no more polite words: the fact emerges that
I had. indeed, been thinking nothing.
"Do you like guns"" he asks. I shake my head gently, 'no Ht
seems surprised, dives to the depth of the eight feet, comes up hufi.
ing mightily on the point of his own column of water, and invflM
me to come and visit his display case in the lobby. I tell him I would
be delighted, wondering how to avoid it all. but he lifts hinwU t<
the edge of the pool, emerges erect, a colossus against the heavens
Meekly. I follow behind, calling into his back that I want to change
first. He nods, waving a sign of his approval.
Later, in the lobby. I look up to the fearful display on a wall hih
above his desk and switchboard. He climbs up. opens the locked
sliding doors and removes a bayonet 'This was Ernst Roehm's."
lie explains. In the grenadilla handle is emblazoned a silver swastika
"Know who Uorhin was?" he asks.
A STKANGl QUtSTION TO 81 ASKID
I nod positively in repl) "Chief of the SS." Re
bayonet between the thumb of one hand and Index I
other "It was Ins personally." I am told a second time
added emphasis I read the German inscription on the bra
Ehre heissl Irene He shrugs I don i know anythin
he says blankly, and lovinglj caresses Roehm's signati.....
site side ol the blade "Gol it ofl dead German offici
plains
I translate.Mf Inscription Von Herman"'" he.inks I -. <
laugh Ms i cither beautifully feigned i I I
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IT*! All TH SAMt TO HIM
QNE JEWISH ORGANIZATION .,. .nvo'.ced. w-' I
'""-"l^t Isaid." he emphasised. Not quite. I ans
eed to explain th, difference between whet he said ai
houghl he said Afloa once more, the water washes over h
Io folk XT S"m" 8k>Ward "Same ,hta to me." he says
>ou folks believe In prayer? Seem, i understand you re
ee .ndtake to_ enjoying its sound "Do ,, .,,,.,- with I
^answer him v ?B. underrtol "i agree with the pri.
< a ^"" shis turn to be slleol After a while
""'lo '-'-' -ays "With the principle." I repeat,
Iv.ip!iS'h"ve"!"n..!;',"U'" "* V" "V"" '"lk> >hM """' '
several t,n .' ,ha' rtdio "* I tell him I
morion Sl^S ^S 1 !!'" ,"L:h, tm ** ""^ 1;'
^1 have it eitv n i "lkv ePe**Uy." he says. Did.
prettj rough over there i mean Roehm and the n
iMlSTCr I7eit5hllrt......'", ""'" P"U "Wh<
efficiency -some hm' 7 ,'"' ,trok< ,am"u- ''"' ,,s ctoms>
ard.. i,.,, !: :l;,;,;,:(h',:;i" "***.- *ou
of m> slosh i ; l '" ""'' ** into the -
ttw.n ;;" ;h.'encre>,.,.* ......*
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No l reply, and am shocked bj the lou
ol mj voice, lie eamines me curious!) "A lot of (; here he sfija'-ia explain his question Yes.' I sa}
Der Stern'on SI Armand's Circle a Hamburg mi
onlj ., unk old," a moment later. I .uU\ "That's .mtt
ask a .'-v. l examine his eyes with the microscopes that
mj own His don'l flicker even a millimeter The) remain
.i- ever Suddenly, thej smile "Sorry." he says, "I guess
He -hows me man> more guns Mv interest, noncv -
Outset, is b) now more than exhausted it is a growing kl
m my chest "Guess I'll Ik- getting back ki the pool oi
ocean, i beg ofl Thank you for showing me vour collcctn
remark You're entirely welcome, he tings back in t!-
be uses over the phone when I call the desk at night ,
of ice
JM BlAMl IMMtDIATHY PINPOINTtD
I'M IN THE eight feet of water again, and we bump a seco time.
The spray rises as We catch our balance It's a slow eek aim
he has little to do except swim. I assess his nen-actu Hv angl il\ Thai
supreme Court.' h, says -Which"- I ask him, suddenh realizing
hat he has been doing considerably more than swimming He
been reading the newspapers, i have onl\ been reading D< Stern.'
"huh is a German reflection oi ., non-existent German)
a leport on the -tain- o| bikinis at the Cote d'A/ur entltli Del
Bixini gent nichl unter" and. for contrast, an exclusive inten
SS Obersturmfuehrer Hans Walter Zech Nenntwich at the v
in Cairo, following his nap,- from Braunschweiger Prison
"In Washington." he saya and I recall inippei ol
newscast aboui prayer- In the schools ol Florida "This
to..,uied en prayer." he continues. Floating once more. 1 wax
More like on water, l theor./e "There's i buoyanc) l<
uon, i suggest, "which welcomes all kind- ol foundatioi -
included
Hes not satisfied "You folks were involved in thai
tuianth He mentions the name oi radio program
."'Y' "* '"':,; wtoe aince our arrival ,r> I *.
rikht-wingen and outright ant. Semite- i -.. | -
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Says Editorial Did Great Harm
Bells are Ringing," a musical comedy, will be presented by
;he Theatre Guild of Beth Raphael Congregation on Saturday.
Curtain time is 8:40 p.m. Congregation is at 1401 NW 183rd
St. Left to right are Eugene Danoff, Ian Levy, Delores Miller
on the ladder) and Sid Danoff. In charge of tickets are Helene
Goodman and Fran Levy. Director is Anita Kulchin.
Law Experts Oppose Change
In Ban on School Prayers
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
s'roup of 223 experts and teach-
on on constitutional law through-
out the United States joined in a
public statement this week oppos-
ing any Congressional effort to
void the Bible-prayer ban on the
Supreme Court.
The statement was filed with the
House Judiciary Committee which
this week concluded sevon weeks
I hearings on proposals to amend
he federal constitution to permit
such practices in public schools
The statement warned that if the
ir-t clause ot the Bill of Rights,
hairing establishment of a reli-
gion, could be so easily impaired
by amendment, 'none of the sue-
eeding clauses will be secure.*'
The signers included 53 law school
eans
The statement asserted that
Congress was taking "a grave
esponsibility" in considering
"this first experiment on our
liberties." It said that opposi-
*ion to the Supreme Court ban
did not justify "this experiment"
and the signatories urged that
Congress not approve any meas-
ure to amend the First Amend-
nbeisv.
Foes of the amendment, in and
out of Congress, indicated this
week that they had the votes to
stop any such legislation in the
judiciary committee. The strategy
involved a non-binding expression
of Congressional favor of worship
in public places. A head-count of
the 35-member committee, showed
16 members opposed to any con-
stitutional amendment, making
approval of any amendment im-
possible.
Rep Bmanuel CeUer, chairman
of the House committee, declined
to say when the closed hearings on
the amendments by his commit-
tee would begin.
riu' Supreme Court was accus-
ed meanwhile of misinterpreting
the meaning of the church-state
separation principle by James
Francis Cardinal Mdntrvc. Arch-
bishop "1 Los Angeles. He told a
Catholic college audience in Los
Angeles that the court had -found
refuge in atheistic concept-" in
ii- school prayer decisions.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Your editorial, "Nasser Can
Count on the U.S." in the May 22 j
issue is not helping the State of
Israel or the friends of Israel
working to help in its development
plans. It is defeatist and can
frighten away would-be investors
in Israel Bonds. It is also a tact-
less and "in bad taste" reference
to the U.S.A.
Certainly you must comprehend
that America will not permit a
Communist take-over in the Mid-
dle East or elsewhere. The U.S.A.
and France, which helped Israel
during the Suez crisis, are com-
mitted to maintain a balance of
power in that area. The U.S.
loans to Nasser are not intended
to boost his dream of Pan-Arabic
leadership and are not of suffi-
cient import nor largess to facili-
tate such ambitions.
Since the arrival of German
"scientists" in Egypt, the U.S.A.
and France have been quietly
building up strong defensive
armaments, needed to repel and
retaliate any moves by Egypt
again Israel. That is the reason
Premier Eshkol comes here on
the invitation of President John-
sen. This is net a "compassion-
ate" assistance. The U.S.A. and
ether democracies need Israel
as a stop-gap.
About the Jewish situation in
Russia, not the Jews alone are
being "spiritually" persecuted.
Anti-religion moves have been in
dfect in Russia a long time.
Many Orthodox churches have
been closed and taken over by the
state to be used for the various
bureaus of administration. Mis-
sionaries of the Protestant fac-
tions have been neatly discourg-
ed. Churches remaining in function
are for the elderly citizens, while
the youth are mainly atheist, being
indoctrinated against what they
call in Russia "superstitions."
There is no way to prevent Jews
to meet as a "minyon" in the home
of a rabbi. There is no way to
tear out of the heart our faith and
hope and the love of our great
creator. Almighty God.
REBECCA E. FISCHER
Miami Beach
editor's noti Redder Pitcher fails t*i
hitton She recalls that France and
rlie U.S.A. he'ned Israel dunng tlif .
Sues emit. The Sues'Sfadi can- !
pj!8>i was in fact Idiinchrd i.niitly (
hv rlir Israelis. British and French, ,
following the narionulirjtion of the j
Surr. Canal, forced upon the British (
by then Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles, to neutralise the m-
tolerable burdens an ambitious die |
t.itor. Gdin.il Abdrl passer, placed
upon the shouMrrj nf tins mo of .
nations, /t was President Eisenhoieer
who demanded that the British and
French leave Suez and that Israel ,
withdraw from Sinai, thus restoring
defeated J\asser to power. Reader ]
Fischer's conclusion that the French
and thi I S i < on the tar I
Octob 1956 so
Officers Will
Be Installed
Rabbi Zevi I. Greenwald
week announced that June 12 t II
be the concluding late Km
evening service of the season 't
Southwest Jewish Center until full.
The service will be devoted I >
the combined congregation a I f
Sisterhood installation of offic -
and board members for the >
1964-1965.
Milton Miller will be insta. -1
as new president. New offic S
are Nat Lurie, Samuel Rosenbt ..
Mrs. Rose Lieb and Thomas Gi
berg.
Mrs. Howard Curl will be
stalled as the new president -f
Sisterhood. New officers are !V
Jack Grusby. Mrs. Isadora Bolnsr,
Mrs. Zevi Greenwald. Mrs. George
Fish. Mrs. Nathan Lurie, M
Hyman Horowitz, Mrs. Charles
Macklcr. Rabbi Greenwald will
conduct the installation ce -
mony.
Sisterhood will host the con-
gregation at the Oneg Shab t
following services.
Early Friday evening and S "
urday morning services will c
tinue to be held at the synagoj
It took years to develop^
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Friday. June 12. 1964
rjenisii Flcr/cfton
Page 7-A
Eshkol Views Space Center at Cape Kennedy
fontinoed front P*9e Li*- .in-ady luid a pilot plant in Eilal
which iipplii' connection \uth imperialist l|u,rt, bu, ,hu, (]li, ai|)1 was ti) c|(,
luiions
onh once on hi- visit
alinate enough water for irriga-
'I hi' results i.i re-
Mllli more Indicative "l Russia's |uin Inir|)(IM .
attitude, said the Israeli Prime Iearch h(, gaid wouW ,R, rn to
M.mster. was Mr. Khrushchev> ;||| nation_
Utter several months ago to ai
i-ountries, including Israel sug
Ei'.-ting that all problems, includ
n,_ border disputes, he resolved
eaceful m gotiatlons."
e Mr. Eshkol though) it
be ., -good Idea" tor S"v
Russia and the i nited States
i include the Arab-Israel dispute
, any negotiations they might
hold toward some kind ot detente.
i .(I tli.it he was 'nut -lire it
in. time i- ripe" for such talks
.. .tied, however, that he had
tioned the possibility in his
ussions with President John
The Premier said he was
optimistic" about the possibili-
ties of an eventual peace be-
* tween Israel and the Arabs. One
of the reasons for his optimism,
he explained, was the night cost
of armaments. "It makes no
sense to spend so much money,"
he stated. He expressed the
opinion that maybe some day
Mr. Eshkol labeled as "sheer
nonsense" the Arab charge that
Israel is "expansionist." What
Israel is doing in the "intensifi-
cation" of agricultural cultiva-
tion and the industrialization of
the country, he said, does not re-
quire additional territory. He
said Israel's aim is to become a
"cultural and medical center."
This has already been'achieved
to a certain extent, Mr. Eshkol
Indicated, pointing to the Is-
raeli version of the "Peace
Corps" which gives technical
assistance to "several dozen"
Asian and African countries.
He was interviewed by television
commentator Howard K. Smith
on WABC-TV station.
Speaking at a dinner given in
his honor here by the Board of
Governors of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, the Israel Prime Min-
ister declared that Israels devel-
opment depended on its ability
both the United States and Rus- to use cheap nuclear power tor
industry He cited the indus-
trialization of the country and the
settlement of the Negev and cen-j
tral Galilee as key factors in the
solution of these problems.
Mr. Eshkol recalled that the Is-

sia will realize this, too, and will
say, "Look, boys, it's enough.
We can't waste so much mon-
ey."
Another reason, he said, was
Na-ser's growing problem of rais-
i. i I.is people's standard of liv- reel Bond program was initiated
This problem, said Mr. Ksh- during the difficult period 13
kol. will grow in the coming years years ago when the .three year-old
;.- the Egyptian population in- nation was confronted with over-
t-teases, anil may lead to sec- whelming economic and security
(id thought.-'' about spending so
much on armaments Mr. Eshkol!
added that he believes that there
are in the Arab states, like in Is-
rael, "youn^ students, Intelligen
l.-ia, professors" who already
have second thoughts about this
question. "I believe that a peace
camp already exists" in the Arab
countries, he laid
At the same time. Mr Eshkol
pointed to the fact that Egypt has
more armaments than Israel, in
eluding some which Israel does
not have, like missiles. He said
at he discussed several issues
with Presidenl Johnson, -includ
ing economics and security." add
ing that he thought the 1961! state
ment by Presidenl Kennedy on
Middle East aggression could he
Stronger and staled in greater
detail."
The main subject of his dis
cussions with the President, Mr.
Eshkol said, was the desalination
ot water project He said Israel
problems :ilie have come a long
way together since the day in 1951
when i)a\id Ben-Gurion launched
the Israel bond drive.'" he observ-
ed, adding, "It was a daring and
bold stop even for Ben-<;urion.''
The Premier stressed Israel-
efforts "to harvest the positive
fruits of this atomic age." He re-
ported that in 1963, industrial pro-
duction totaled about $1,500,000.
000. He added that irrigation of
land in Southern Israel would en.
able Israel to double her current
citrus exports in the next decade
These exports are now approach
ing SUM) million a year.
Abraham Feinberg, president
of the Israel Bond Campaign, paid
tribute to Prime Minister Eshkol
as the "architect of Israels econ
omic recovery." Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the
organization, reported that in the
first five months of this year pro-
ceeds from the sale of Israel Bonds
, were $29,724,500. If this pace is
kept up, he said, the campaign
will realize its goal of $85,000,000
( by the end of the year.
The Premier was the guest of
the executive of the American
Section of the Jewish Agency for
Israel at a private breakfast.
Mr*. Rose L. Halprin, chairman
of the American Section, pre-
sided. Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
president of the World Zionist
Organisation, welcomed the
Premier.
Eshkol also met with a delega-
tion of the American Jewish Com-
mittee He expressed to the dele-
gation his appreciation of the or-
ganization's efforts "to foster
(loser spiritual and cultural,
bonds" between the Jews of Is-
rael and those ot the United
States lie reiterated Israel's "de-
sire to cooperate With all Jewish
groups and organizations through
out the world seeking to main-
tain and strengthen Jewish life."
Mr. Eshkol told a meeting of
the American Zionist Council Fri-
day morning that there was a
growing interest amon;; Israeli
youth in Jewish litC in other coun-
tries and "an increasing desire
t.i ensure that the link- which
unite this generation of Jews
throughout the world in affection,
joint effort and common spiritual
destiny, should remain close and
intense in the future."
He said he was proud that Is
rael was being increasingly used
b) Jewish communities abroad as
spiritual resource for their own
educational growth. "This." he
said, "is reflected in the growing
number of rabbis, teachers and
-Indents who come to study in Is-
rael for varying periods."
Mr. Eshkol attended Sabbath
services at Shearith Israel, the
! famed Spanish and Portuguese
I Synagogue and the oldest existing
Jewish house of worship in the
J I'nited States.
In order to be within walking
distance of the Orthodox syna-
gogue. Premier and Mrs. Esh-
kol stayed at the home of Is-
rael Consul General Katriel
Katz, which is two blocks from
the synagogue. Premier Eshkol
was called upon to recite the
traditional aliyah blessing over
the reading of the Torah while
Mrs. Eshkol sat in the ladies'
gallery during the services.
In a brief address during a kid-
oush reception following the ser
Vices, Mr. Eshkol mourned the
tact that great numbers of the
Jewish people who perished in
the Nazi holocaust did not live to
see the rebuilding of the Jew-
ish state. Alluding to the situa
tion of Soviet Jewry, the Preni
er noted that even today there
wire millions Of Jews cut off
from the mainstream of Jewish
hie
'l)K' Israel Prime Minister was
ai-o the gm-t it 'he Overseas
Press Club during his stay her<
At a luncheon given in his hono-
he told the members Ol the Club
thai Egypt is receiving immense
quantities Ol arms and military
equipment, ol very high quality
and on vt rj easj terms, from
Communist countries. This, hi
explained, compels Israel to pre
pare for self-defense
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There's more than the usual ex-
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.Mrs. Robert M. Merntt, of 4485
Adams Avc., this week following
an unusual series of accomplish-
ments by the Merrit children,
Kosalyn and Roger.
Roger Merritt was graduated 24th
in his class of 600 at Miami Beach
Senior High School and accepted
lor entry this fall by Emory Uni-
versity at Atlanta. There, he'll
pursue liberal arts and then law
school studies.
At Beach High, Roger was
vice president of the award-win-
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school debating team and Hie
National Honor Society. As
chairman of the Publication
Committee for the Key Club Di-
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initiaiting forces in the organi-
zation's successful book drive.
During the summer, he will
work in the Robert If. Merritt,
Inc., general contracting business
ided b) his lather
Rosalyn, who completed her
sophomore yew at Beach High,
has achieved exceptional recogni-
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by the Florida Supreme Court on
June 12.
He is a graduate of the Univer-
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Gavel Society at the university.
lie was vice president of the na-
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Helta, and is recipient of the
Wall Street Journal Award for
outstanding student in corporate
law." He has served with the
United states Army Reserve, and
was stationed at New Orleans, La.
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Miami law firm of Aronovitz,
Aronovitz. and Haverfield, and
lives with his wife. Lenore, and
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Interfaiih Patrol Group
Continued from P9# 1-A
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P. ImUt norkiiar
Friday, June 12, 1964
By EDYTHE SCWNPLER
He Makes a New Life for ihe Third Time
i
Perhaps in that
regulated time to
come, when men
have become en-
tirely adjusted,
some slight mem-
ory cf dogmas
considered a n d
jected may linger Perhaps a
. ild. anxious for stories of the
.1 days, may evoke nostalgia
r the pluralistic societ>
What of bravery in this new
nld to come? When choice is
iperative. there are no ecu
luences to consider.
But new, in our time, there
.-re yet those who consider and
eject. There are yet those who
hrink from totalitarianism as
Tien shy away from latitudes
/here the cold squeezes and
ne ice threatens.
Let the instruments waver, and
ey take their own measure-
cnis They sound out the ice
icy calibrate velocity and drift
r themselves. Even thermom-
. era have been known to lie.
hen the readings are all in,
I ey face the truth and accept
eir consequence-----which is to
ndei.
He Left Russia
\ron Schneider began his wan
rings when he It'll liussia in
i '20 because he considered (tun
unism an unhealthy dilute.
rst. he tried making a life for
mseli in Poland. From the I'ol
l Government, he go! a job
aking overcoats for railroad
. irkmen, when he sa Umi
irkers cutting the beards oil
d Jew.-, when the pogroms be-
n. Aron Schnaider look to wan
ring again.
He tried Germany, France
fid England, and finaMy in
)924, he made his way to Cuba.
He meant to stay a year. He
meant to immigrate to the Uni-
ed States, but quotas were es-
ablished; and Aron Schnaider
ngered in Cuba.
In 1927. he married His wife
I also wandered from Russia
Cuba The> have two daugh-
I rs. He became a prosperous
anufacturer of ladies' jackets
id sports clothes He learned
do business the Cuban way
pay a tax and then pay it
gain to the omnipresent inspec-
i whom Batista permitted to
ej on the trapped businessman.
The 'Fanatic' Jews
The Jews in Cuba were like
e big familj Actually, there
ARON SCHNAIDtR
the wonHerer
were two communities of Jews
bound together by a common
herilage. a mutuality of needs
and an ardent dedication to Zion
ism. Most of the Sp.iiii.-h Jews
in Cuba belonged to the El Cen-
tro Israelita in Old Havana To
some they were known a> the
"fanatic" Jews,
The Ashkenaiic Jews belong-
ed to the hanelsome Patronato
in the Vedado section of Ha-
vana. Aron Schnaider belong-
ed to the Patronato and was a
member of its executive board.
In 1950, he helped organize the
Brothers Israel Bet Hachaim.
In this cemetery, a monument
was buiit to the six million who
died in Europe.
Housed in this monument is
a cake ol soap a cajce of soap
made from tlw boiled remains Ol
Jews exterminated in tnc conccn-
(ration camps "One da> a year "
.-aid Schnaider, "we set aside as
a memorial to the victims
Wander Once Again
When Fidel Castro came down
from the hills, he was accepted,
and most of the people fell in
line. But. despite the beard, he
was no prophet to Aion Sclwai-
der. Although the language was
different, .Schnaider had heard
his words befure. "In any Ungu-
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age. Castro is a bandit, said Mr
Schnaider. and he decided the
time had come to wander enee
again.
Once again, he strained to-
ward the shores of America.
"When the refugees from Eu-
rope came '0 Havana, I helped
them," he said. "Some came
with a little money, before the
war. Some came after. Along
with my friends, I welcomed
them and helped them get set-
tled in Cuba. We even organ-
ized a restaurant for them
where they could /jet food at
little or no cost. I had no doubt
the Jews in Miami would wel-
come us when we arrived."
Bllt Aron Schnaider and the
Cuban Jews who fled from tyian
ny to Miami were disappointed.
According to Mr. Schnaider, only
HIAS helped them but. by and
large, their efforts were Ineffec-
tual."
"The Jews in Miami had no
time for us. said Mr Schnaider.
We needed to be guided, to be
told where to look for a job. We
were not untrained, unexperi-
enced. Most of us had owned
businesses in Cuba. We didn't
know how to didn't know our legal rights or
where to find an inexpensive
plate to live. The Jews here
gave us S5 tickets to the Temple
on the holidays.
"What we needed was to be
shown how to make a life for
ourselves. Especially the older
people needed security and
warmth and to find a place for
themselves. But no one in Mi-
ami cared."
When Ar,in Schnaider was
young, he fought and knocked out
Max Schmelling in Berlin. He
Ave. He makes men's sports
wear. Mr. Schnaider doesn't
speak English yet. All the people
who work for him speak Spanish
and Hebrew and Yiddish His
friends are his fellow Cuban rcfu
gees. Probably he will never need
to know English, for he continues
to feel that who in Miami will
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Friday, June 12. 1964
Jenvis* fkrldliati
Page II-
Rabbi David Lehrfield and Kneseth Israel Congieqation re-
ceive award and special recognition by Jewish National Fund
ror outstanding achievement during the past five years. Look-
ing on is Milton Kahn, congregation treasurer. Not shown are
Louis Dublin, president, and Max Hecht, vice president.
Overflow Audience Attends JNF Night;
Newest Project Keren Doroth, Explained
'The Land is mine forever, say-
rth the Lord.'' So began Rabbi
yet Abramowitz in an address
re an overflow audience al
the annual award night f the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Creator Miami in ih<- Fontaine
i lean Hotel last week.
Rabbi Abramowitz, president of
the Southeast Region for the .INK.
declared that "the Fund helps to
(irate habitable, fertile, cultiv-
able and livable land in the State
' : Israel,
"The Lord," he said, "did not
intend to take prie'e in deserts.
It is the function of the Jewish
National Fund to return the
status of the land to His original
image of fertility."
The newest Jewish National
Fund project, Keren Doroth. was
< xplained as a link between the
I iver to establish a bond with up-
coming generations through JNF
'For every $1,000 deposited with
the Fund, the designated child
beneficiary will receive on his or
her birthday, 25 years later, a
i heck for $50 in the name of the
i onor accompanied by a personal
i ssage from the world chairman
i t Keren Kayemeth Leisrael in
Jerusalem," Rabbi Abramowitz
i eclated.
Special recognition was nivon
Negro Rights, Jewish Life Seen Compatible
to Kneseth Israel and its spiritual
li r, Rabbi David Lehrfield,
who .i- accompanied b) the con-
Ration's treasurer, Milton
Kahn.
Awards for outstanding ser-
vice and accomplishment were
presented to Johan L. Berman,
Mrs. Nathan Bookspan, Mrs.
Jacob D. Davis, Mrs. David
Dogoloff, Mrs. Michael Fein-
stein, Ezra Finegold, Mrs. Rob-
ert Garber, Max Hecht, Sarah
Jurkowitz, Mrs. Louis Lustig,
Mrs. Abraham Mason, Sylvia
Meyers, Morris Minov, Miriam
Press, Mrs. Julius Rosenstein,
Sam Schachno, and Mrs. Wolfe
Sklair.
Special honorary mention for
dedicated service was given to
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Hen
jamin Appel, Eva Blum, William
Bomstein, Isaac Doncn, Leon J.
Ell, Harry Feldman. Abraham
Fraidlin, Mayshie Friedberg, Irv-
ing Frost. Lillian Goodman, Abra-
ham Grossman, Peter Heller. Sam
Kagan, Bernard Ratz, Harry Ros-
en, Julius Rosenstein. Meyer Sie
feel, Ben Silver. Mrs Molly Skell.
Mr. and Mis. Joshua Z. Stadlan,
and Morris Yudewitz.
Musical program was rendered
by Nina Renaud. accompanied by
concert pianist Olga Bibor Stern
Continued from Page 1-A
op. equal mound- into institution;.
which are the real seat ol Jew
Ish exclusiveness." He cited
Jewish-owned business, and Jew
ish. or largely Jewish schools
Sam Axkus, executive director
oi the Julius.Schepps Community
Center of Dallas, said that "the
more Jewish image the center had
in its community in the south the
-mailer the number of non-Jew-
using it> facilities." Negroes, he
.-aid. therefore rarely made use ol
Jewish Center facilities.
The fifith annual meeting was
also told that while there had been
DO marked effect on Jewish com
munal services 'resulting from
the integration crisis, mere is a
danger thai in the desire to help
solve the problem- of integration.
Jewi-h agencies may be too ready
to sacrifice their valid sectarian
i haracter."
The warning was made by
Charles Miller, special planning
director of the Federation of
Jewish Agencies of Philadelphia.
He said such a sacrifice would
be "contrary to the best prin-
ciples of cultural pluralism."
He said many Jewish agencies
had non-sectarian policies but
that this did not prevent them
from having "a primary respon-
sibility to serve the Jewish com-
munity."
Jain!) KravitZ, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration of Dallas, urged Jewish
welfare agencies to "take the
lead" in examining the problem
ol the Integration struggle "with Victor D, Sanua, reporting i
ilgencj stall- and hoards, m keep B study ol Jewish teen-agers
ing with the Jewish tradition of Jewish Centers, said that 50
social justice" which he cited as cent Joined because of the Je<
calling lor an "open door" policy auspices of the Center. '
ol service which excluded no one third indicated they hail no
because of "race, color, or creed." jection to dating non-Jews

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Graduation day ior 14 kindergarten students
of Beth David Congreqation Gan Yeladim
clasp hands in friendship. They are (left to
right) Lynn Ann Klotz. Carol Volk, Benjamin
Gadon, Mario Brammick, Arthur Greenfeder.
Andrew Labbi. Sandra Lanqer, Sheri Oren-
siein. Linda Gardner. Amy Bernstein. T. R.
Beer. David Hinkes, Sheldon Stauber and
Buddy Adler. Beth David is now accepting
registrations for the fall term. Children of mem-
bers and non-members, from 3 throuqh 5 years
of age are eligible. Gan Yeladim meets each
weekday morning from 9 1o 12 noon, and is
taught bv licensed teachers. Transportation
is available in some areas.
State Dep't Scolds Arab Envoys
Continued from Page 1-A
An official State Department an-
nouncement said that Mr. Ball
summoned the Arab ambassa-
dors to pursue with them the
statement. The Arab diplomats
merged from Mr. Ball's office
in an annoyed and unhappy
mood. They declined to respond
directly to press questioning and
immediately left the State De-
partment.
The Arab propaganda move had
warned the United States that Mr.
E>hko! was seeking munitions and
a security suarantee. objectives
vh.ch the Arabs warned would un-
dermine American Arab relations.
The statement accused Mr. Esh-
ktd of exploiting preelection at-
mosphere to puh in Washington
for arms and a new mutual se-
curity arrangement.
The Arab statement cautioned
that concessions to Eshkol meant
"dangers" to the future course
ef American relations with the 13
An.b states. TTie Arab states all
receive various forms of assist-
ance lrom the United States.
A previous joint move by the
13 Arab ambassadors took place
prior to the Eshkol visit when
the grotp called on Secretary
of State Dean Rusk. The Egyp-
tian Ambassador the same day
met with President Johnson. It
was learned that on these pre-
vious occasions the Arabs were
more moderate and less threat-
ening in their approach.
President Johnson and the Slate
Department were com minded in
the Senate for the rebuke to the
Bureau Tests Show Progress
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Results of the Bureaus annual
testing program have been sent to
the 24 participating schools, ac-
cording to Joseph Cohen, presi
dent.
A total of 6,242 tests wore ad-
ministered in the following sub-
jects: Hebrew. Prayers. Customs
and Ceremonies, Biblical History,
Post-Biblical History, Modern His-
tory, Basic Judaism, Humash,
Zionism and Israel.
The program included test*
prepared by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of New York
City, and the American Associa-
tion of Jewish Education. Re-
sults of the testing program
established community norms in
the subjects tested, which have
been made available to all
schools for evaluating their
achievement in the past school
year, and for scheduling the
school program for the coming
year.
Schools ire offered the oppor-
tunity to compare their individual
school norms in each subjecl with
the community norms revealed by
the ti.242 te-t> administered
Results of the test show a sim-
ilarity in achievement in Hebrew
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Beachites Back From School
Returning to their hometown of
Miami Beach after their first year
at the University ol Alabama are
four brothers at the Alpha Epsilon
pi Paternity.
The boys are Steven Berger.
Robert Wechsler, Peter Wetland
and Leonard Gevertz. Also return-
ing is Hank Zangwill. I junior.
Of the group, three hold offices
In the Alabama chapter. Steven,
a pre law major in the School of
Commerce and Business Adminis-
tration, is exchequer Robert, a
general business student, la assist
ant exchequer. Peter holds the of
fice of sentinel, and is in the
School of Arts and Sciences.
A member of the laterally was
elected president of the Student
Government Association at Ala-
bama, thus becoming the first
Jewish student to hold the high
office there. He :s Don : _,.|
Tusealoosa re-;. -
Arab envoys Sen Hubert Hum
phrey. Minnesota Democrat, and
Sen. Ernest Gruening, Alaska
Democrat, spoke on the action
Sen. Humphrey also said he j-
pleased that the President "again
saw fit to remind the world that
the United States will fulfill its
commitments to prevent aggres-
sion Sen. Gruening called on
the Arab press release an "ex-
hibit Of complete arrogance "
to that of the two years 1962-1963.
The graduation in norms from
class to class also shows progress
in each succeeding year. Achieve-
ment also was found similar to,
that of the past >ears in Customs
and Ceremonies. History norms
for this >ear compare favorably
with that of last year, and defi-
nite improvement is indicated on
the tests in Prayers and Basic
Judaism.
The annual testing program is
an important service to the Bu-
reau lor all Jewish schools in an
effort to identify deficiencies and
to improve standards of education
in the varying subjects on differ-
ing grade levels.
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'WJi
'3
ions
Services J his weekend
in.
ACt'D-'H ISRAEL 7301 Carlyle Ave.
. Ribi nc EveV.
----.----
AHAVt~ SHALOv CONGREGA.
TiON 5*5 SW S't-i Ave. Orthodox.
Cam '^rael Kershner.
----
ANSt-E EMES 2::: SW 19th Ave.
C ..itive RiOSi Abraham Sch-
wartj
BETH CAVID. 2t2S SW 3rd Ave. Con-
i- v.n n. R.itioi rso-man N. Shapiro.
Cantoi Williar* W. Lipson.
] in. Ba< lav : a.m. Rnr
lti;-r I. -..11 Of .\ll .hi.I
M '. :ir.l .-'"
---- ---
BETH EC. 500 SVA 17th Ave. Ortho-
oo R.'Obi Solomon Schiff.
i *' |i in Sitiirday S:Sn a.m.
~- *-------
BETH iS*AEL. '11 40th St. Ortho-
da' RaOtii H Louis Rottman.
------a,------
BETH .ACOB. 30'-311 Waahmgton
Ayr Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
C inter Maurfea Namehea.
|. in .-'.. iI:it 11:30 .i in
11. ititx -v in Religion "
----
BETm kODESH 110* SW 1h Awe.
Tr.i3itun.ii. Rabbi Max
I Cantor FrrJ Bernstein.
--- ----
B t T m MOSHE CONGREGATION.
Dili* My Conservative
I i Simon Aa-ii Cantor Hyman
n
y ; .- rn on "Be Not
'erviccs
<,! h
CANDUUGHTING TIME
2 Tamuz 8:53 p.m.
*
I --------- !
Bnvioux "i Kvil People." Bite Mm.
vah: Rove Lynn, ilnujrnfer of Mi and
Mi- i:. m.irii Krt-ltberrt. Saturday I
*:." a.m.
.----
ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
ETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or- '
thedox. Rabbi Joseph e. Rackovsky.
----
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and htE 11th '
Ave Conacrv itive. Rabbi Max Lip- .
chit* Cantor Ben.Zion Kirschen.
baum.
p*rMay 9 IS n-.m Concluding Int.- aer-
[ vice ol i~.in Inafaltution of culture-
icatliiii mill affiliate organisation offl
i'it.. feftiturda) &:45 a.m
.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
l-'rnl.n S 1'. |. iii .Si-i iihiii: "Om Sub-
Moses and Torah Can
Win Korach Rebellion
Ey HERSHEL BROOKS
Temple Z.lmoi a
i: uctk'.''. portion ol the
ia.) with the rebellion
.. ili WitA his followers n
. vartainly laarih our society
, to. todaj
I In article appeared a few
i i elu age in The Berkshire
Kaglo" Nporting some late
{hough! of the famous philoso-
pher writer. Will Dorant. "Have
he too much Creedom?" the
article asks, "Have we so lonj>
ndiruled authority in tin- lam-
L jiy, discipline in education, rules
J W art, deeeno}" in conduct, and
law in the stAe that our libera-
tion has brought us close to chaos
in the lamily and the school, in
morals, arts, ideas and govern-
ment? We forget to make our-
-fives intelligent when we made
Hi-selves free."
Continues the article: "We
tolerate and allow our children
I i be formed b> pictures that
habituate them to crime and vio
,1'iice, to the cheap heroism ol
:Limiting a gun. and to taking
I hi law into then nun hands
tt I make idols Of screen cele
h ities who deliberately break
p home after home
We pass in wonder by some
: the modern art exhibited in
museums, and we dare not
-peak out against II as turning
mi stomachs with the odor of
lecay.
"Let us speak out Lei us laj
'urnblj but publicly, that we re
sent corruption in politics, dis-
inesty in business, faithlessness
marriage, pornography In lit
lute, coarseness in language,
in music meaninglessness
Brl "
11 seems the rebellion ill our
and oi our fast-moving so
.1- in the rebellion ol
i bis gone too tar in all
nt Life, but specifically
this true in religion, and how
nch more so in our Jewish
" Not loo long ago manj
I
MMtl
TENOR & BASS
far
HIGH HOLY DAY CHOIR
TEMlf TtfMITH ISRAEL
6500 North Miomi Avenue
H. 7 5331
>
MINYOMAIRK SYNAGOGUE
3737 Bird Rood, Miami
Ph. 44* 2181
fAHftZfir mni MODISH
Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Sat Sun Q j m. .inri 6 p.m.
RABBI HfRSHfl BROOKS
rebellion in our fime
of us rejoiced in graduation of
various departments of our re-
ligious school. While we as
teachers rejoiced on the one
tumu mat our children have com-
pleted satisfactory the prescrib-
ed courses ol studies and there
fore have .' BtOOk of Jewish
knowledge upon which to base
their life and conduct, on the
other hand we cannot suppress
,i feeling of sadness caused by
tlie thought of having to sop
arate from them, and our inner
tainty ol what they propose to
do from now on
it seems the trend thai grad
nation, along with Etar Mltzvah
and Bas Mitzvah, means the end
for Jewish education for most
ol the Jewish > lUtl) in our eoun
try The overwhelming major-
itj will never pick up a Hebrew
book again with the result that
thc> often forget all fhej learn
ed m their childhood.
The only hope WO have i> to
break this trend and rebellion,
as it seems, towards Jewish
learning, This hope can only be
achieved by having our young-
sters realize that there do exist
opportunities lor continuing then-
Jew ish educationto have our
children realize how greatly en-
riched their lives would be and
how much the) would gain by
taking advantage of the wonder-
ful opportunties to broaden their
minds ami increase then- fund ol
jewi.-h and general eWture in
the higher seats ol Jewish learn-
ing in om community.
You. the Jewish parents, can
contribute a -Meat deal toward
the growth ot -nch a trend by
encouraging your children to fol
low it Then will Moses and our
Torah wii the Rel i llion ol
Ki ra< H and I crs
nriiin s...!.^' Saturday R:S0 ;i.m.
liar Mitzvuh: Rlpharrl I', son ..i Mr
- I Mrs Richard K Gomberg
a------
FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeid. Cantor Georye Goldberg.
a -
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Anarews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
i----------
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrea
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
i-"riii:i\ 6:1.1 pin. Saturday 9 a.m. Itati-
iii Orom to iloUvar (in- sermon
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 '
Johnson at. Conservative. Rabat
Davia Shapiro. C a nt o r Yohudah
Heilbraun.
----
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swlraky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frldaj i; ." and s:4.'- p.m. Sefmon: I
"Mutiny Without :i Bounty." Dally '
s.r.i i.',-S 7:.Iii a.m. mil l:B0 li.rn
o -
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
------a ------
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
a
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber,
man
a
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 64.-v8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zavi Green-
wald.
v s p iii i-..ii. hiding lat< -.ii i'i
i ihi -. i-..ii .lolm li "i
. I -II -:.( lion IhhiiI ofl i.'.-l>
.-. I 11 T> I l| .'111 "

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rtv Cantor Sadi Nah-
miai
a
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURbN. Con-
ervative, I02S ne isjra St. Miami
Gardens R.i Rjhih Jonah E Capian.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
,i i in*
:'. p in .-
S>ni|i>> ii Whu -i-i-l -
- -ii I :.n M
( h Mil I. VV..U
a
TEMPLE BETH AY ISO N Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Ba lingard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
- i i. m T, mi.i,. ch"li Mint us
dlret-titr, vi S*-liua I' niKard. to
he honored, nloua with winm n- ol the
r.urenti : .Ipwinh Kdiuullon irl nml
.--;n eontOHt. .-iiiiiin "Thi r-. Aim tiiinii-iii Should VV. I'h.iiii;.- the
Constitution? ftiturda> II .i m Bas
Muzv.ili: Judith, daughter "f Mr ami
Mi Bai ne) III llati III I Un vin/> .ili
Kilvvanl, -nn ..i Mi and Mrs Irvin
fjoldateln
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S- 14th Ave Reform.
Raboi Sanui'.-I Jaffe.
a
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructions. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
------a -
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 .Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor
Ernest Stem-r.
a-----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4'44 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
a
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen
a
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
y^n* A>-e. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
l-'i i'i.i. 111 p i Se......n I 'ri.l.l. in-
..I I ..'.i-i. t -Int. >.. dii | In i in
1 Bin Mltiv ih Bli lun Mi and
Mi- i.'..in,- Brown
a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing.
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman emtor Hirsh Adier.
Friit i.m -
i I'liu I'., and Its M.--.iu- fiw
V in. .i
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL 1ST \f I01'' St
Reform. Ralioi Joseph R Narot.
Temple Ner Tamid Library grows to 4,000 books. Seated (left
to right) enjoying the unprecedented growth of the three and
a half-year-old Sklar Library are Michael Glazier. Mrs. Anna
Brown, Carl Tyson and Rabbi Leon Goldberger. Standing
(left to right) are Mrs. Paul H. Press, Mrs. Ben L. Fabric and
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Ner Tamid.
Cantor Jacob Bomstem.
I riil:i> vl". p.m.
------a
TEMPiE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal Reform, Rabbi Mordecai
Podet.
Kritl.ii S^t.* p.m
----
TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
Conserv-.tivj. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMiO. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway, Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabm Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. 6
S.I |H !
la v ii 11uiiian
" ii- Ur Saiiuu

TEMPLE OR OLOV Conservative
875i SW ISttl Bt
Samuel April Cantor Gfstion Lavin
a
TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI
12IC0 \: ii;n Ave Reform. Rabbi
Dame' .\l Ljwy Cinto' Chet Gl
a
TEMPLE T,FRETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way Conservative Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
r*rlfluj H:la p.m. Salunliiv :i in. Bun-
dny, .i in Men's Club religious
vi. .
-----e-----
TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
I'' Idll i : i' S.i II .1.'
- 15
e
TEMPLE ZIOV 5720 SW 17th St
Conservative Rabbi Alfred v\ is
man Cantor Leo L'rhch.
e
TIFEPETH ISRAEL. 6500 N! Miami
Ave Consei votive Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
-
i
Mi -


YOUNG ISh-LL on0 NE ,7,st st_
Orthodox Rmoi Sherwm Stauber
-
I'i '.....II VV .
Air Defense Honors Israel Premier
Continued from Page 1-A
honor ceremony were Issued in He-
brew, the first time this is believ-
ed to have occurred in a formal
ceremony at a U.S. military in-
stallation. The band played
llatikvah during the firing of the
salute by artillery
Prior to visiting Fort Bliss,
Premier Bshkol, following the
suggestion of President Johnson,
inspected the water desalination
plant at lieeport. He also visit-
ed facilities ol the Dow Chemical
Company, He arrived at Preeport
from Houston, where he was greet-
ed In Mayor Louie Welch, The
Mayor presented Eshkol with
the traditoinal ten-gallon Texas
hat and the key to the city of
Houston Following this. Prime
Minister Eshkol reviewed a spec-
ial honor guard which had been
assembled in his honor. Also on
hand to welcome the Israeli Prem-
ier and Ins part) was a delegation
from the local Jewish commun-
ity
Germans See Relations Deteriorating
Continued from Page 1-A
verv great," he added "Israelis
.ire worried about annihilation."
Hi expressed the hope that the
West German Parliament would
approve a Social Democratic pro
posal enabling the Bonn Govern
ment to take action against Ger-
man experts helping to produce
weapons to be used In a war oi
aggression,
i; arding the establishment of
diplomatic relation- Dr Schmid
said he did not expect Chancellor
Erhard's government to take such
action in the near future In-
stead, he suggested, West Ger-
many could move toward closet-
diplomatic ties with Israel by a
series ot lesser steps.
The Bonn Government is con-
templating inviting Egyptian Pres-
ident Nasser to visit West Ger
many, it was reported Sunday in
the Sunday Observer Comment-
ing on the report, the paper -
that such a visit would be ''em-
barrassing" in a number of ways.
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Jmis* ncrk/ian
Friday. June 12. 1964
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Behind the Scenes of Levi Eshkol's Successful Visit With LBJ
Washington]
While Levil
Eshkol ob-
viously h onl
i h e affection
I f 1'rcsidenl I
Johnson, the|
visit's tri-
i in p h w a si
.ilso based on'
careful preparations by Israeli
diplomats and Israel's friends in
the Administration The eon
cepl of an official state visil by
hi Israeli Prime Minister was
actually born during the Ken
Administration, Because
no Israeli leader had been so
honored, the idea was d'geussed
from time to time before (be
assassination of the President.
Lyndon Johnson, upon assum-
ing the Presidency, quickly pick
ed up the concept of an invita-
tion to the Israeli Prime Min-
ister. Plans were advanced
The man behind the White
House scenes was Myer Feld-
man. special counsel to the
President, who continued under
Johnson in his previous addi
tionai role as adviser on Jewish
matters
I-:- it !i officials, in skilled
teamwork, coordinated plans
for the visit Ambassador Avr.i
ham Harman (lew back and
forth to Israel. Embassy Min-
ister Mordechai Gaiil was re-
sponsible for much of the polit-
ical thinking. I'ri Raanan, is
raeli diplomat in charge of in-
formation, made arrangements
for effective press coverage
Baanan was commended by
President William Stringer, of
Overseas Writers
Contrarj to some speculation,
the invitation to Eshkol was not
issued to balance the hospitality
accorded King Hussein of Jor-
ilan The immediate timing of
the Hussein visit sought to bol
ster the King against Nasser's
pressures. Nor was the State
Department unmindlul of the
Nasser Khrushchev flirtation
tvhen the invitation went out to
EshkoJ,
The level of intimate r.mport
achieved at the White House
during the Eshkol Johnson talks
has already been reflected at
top levels of the State Depart-
ment. The crude denunciation
bj Arab embassies of the Pres-
ident's guest drew an unprece-
dented response. Acting Secre
tarv of State George Ball sum
moned the 13 offending Aral
ambassadors to the Statt- De
partment for a lecture on their
brash impropriety.
Mr. Ball felt the Arabs had
gone too far. The President hut
self was deeply annoyed. Tin
Arabs learned that a new
mosphere had dawned in tt/asl
ington. But whether the
produced by the LBJ-Eshkol m
gotiations will trickle down i,
the desk levels of State Depatl
nient's Near Eastern division
another question.

Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
Uris Seizes Upon the Greater Themes of Our Time
ARMAGEDDON: A Novel of Berlin. By Leon Uris.
632 pp. New York: Doubleday. $6.95.
IT is fashionable, as review fashions go, to
flaj Leon Uris with passionate critique We
I irists who dote, possessively, on Dostoievsky, who
ere cast in the image Ol Mann, who vibrate to
allow and Nabokov and Welty and Peter Taylor.
e not, obviously, able to meet the force ot "Arma-
geddon." It is. in a sense, a Waterloo. What does
matter, really, that I'ris writes one best-seller
after another-Battle Cry." -Exodus." "Mil* 18."
. nd 'his will be another, if it is not alreadyand
hat they are made into huge, sloshy. sentimental
movies? These are commercial gems, and the)
are past;
But I think that it is time to say that there is
something more to it than that. It is Iris, after
all. who time alter time picks the great themes
ot our times, who researches them exhaustively,
and who tiieu manipulates them into a fictional
[rune Which i- both instructive and entertaining
That the technique is spatter painting, that the
characters are cut from the thinnest rice-paper
and we have seen them all before, that the ideas
run strong but not deepthis is a shame But the
initial appeal is there.
The novel begins in the wartorn Britain of
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
A Private Talk With Nehru Now Recalled
Jerusalem
14IHILE NEHRU'S hos-
" tile attitude tov ards
l-i: -I cannot be juslLI
llici e is no doubt that he
was one of the
stat our genera-
tion said Da> id Ben
Gurion in a statement is
sui' here upon the death
of the Indian lei
Nehru, one assumes,
might have taken excep-
tion to the first hall Ol that statement: as indeed.
on i number of occasions he rejected the notion
that in his action vis-a-vis Israel he was guided by
any anti-Israel feelings and, least ol all, hostility.
The fact, of course, remains tl.it if sixteen
years after the establishment ol the Slav ol Israel,
no diplomatic relations exist between the two coun-
tncs. it is because ol Mi. Nehru. At least on two
occasions Mr. Nehru, in meetings with high Israel
Officials, promised that diplomatic relation- would
be otsal.lis.hedat one of then) a date was even
set--but the promises were never kept
Israel's Minister Of Labor xigal Allon. visited
India some weeks ago Mr Allan, who heads the
Israel-India Friendship League here and who mam
tains close friendly relations with the Nehru fam-
ily, was to have met Mr Nehru However, the meet
ing had to be canceled because of Mr Nehru's ill
ness,
OH the Record:
Mr Allon met Nehru five years ago Their
conversation then lasted evei an hour and the de-
tails ot that meeting, which can now be revealed,
may discern something of the "complexity" od
Nehru- approach to Israel.
When the conversation turned to the Arab-
Israel problem and Mr Allon stressing Ben-Gur-
ion's readme.-- to meet the Arab leaders to discuss.
,i settlement, observed that unfortunately there ap-
pear to be no prospects for such a meeting. Mi
Nehru asked Why are you so pessimistic? L'nlike
myself, you are still voting ."
Regarding Ins attitude towards Israel, Mr
Nehru then told Allon. 1 conies- that in thf past
1 negati'd Zionism in which 1 saw an injustice to
the Aral1- 1 believed that Pale-tine should re
main Arab However, in the meantime I changed
my mind The hclocau.-t that overtook European
Jewry, and the -rand work of upbuilding perform
ed bv you. com lined me that Israel should exist
as a Jewish Slate, that Israel should exist first
because she is an established tact, soeondly. be-
cause Israel is a member ol the tinted Nation-,
and thirdly, because the .lews have a right to a
State of their own."
Nehru then added that indeed India ha.- an
interest to see Israel flourishing in the Middle
I
Finally, Mr, Allon touched on the question of
India's establishing diplomatic relations with I-
rael, Mr. Nehru said: "I confess that we erred.
we should have established such relation* m 1950."
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Tired Old Joke Puts Orthodox Rabbi on Spot
AMONG THE TIRED jokes going the
*^ rounds in Orthodox Jewish circles
- that the rabbinate is not for a Jew-
boy arjd. inferentially of course, not
lor an Orthodox Jewish boy. This quite
obviously is a pure fabrication. But the
myth has gained such wide circulation
that it merits careful scrutiny Surely.
if it is hard to be a Jewas the im
r-ortal Sholem Aleichem phrased itit
is even more difficult to be an Orthodox Jew. And to
be an Orthodox rabbi among the religiously ambivalent
American Jews who call themselves Orthodox is surely
a most challenging, an overawing task.
In the olden days, and in the Old Country, the rabbi
was not only the most respected figure in the Jewish
community but a sage whose advice was often sought
in matters outside the religious domain. He was dayan,
judge, arbiter, counselor and link between the mundane
and the sacred, and if he was a man ol great learning
his prestige and influence would stretch beyond the con
fines of his synagogue and locale.
In mid-century America today, the rabbi place is
determined less by erudition than by climate Although
religious values are basic, the Orthodox rabbi if he i-
to function properly and efficiently, must reckon with
the fact that he is serving in a rapidly changing era.
that his herd, so to speak, is becoming less and less
dependent on shepherds, that his congregants have
largely bridged the intellectual gap that once separated
rabbi from worshipper and that his listeners more often
than not are sufficiently educated to ask theological
and philosophical questions and require answer not alone
within the framework of "halacha" but within the weave
and pattern of our new knowledge.
1944 and take- it- hero. Captain Sean O'SuUivan.
into the military governorship of the Germai
town ot Rombaden. He is a man who ha- lost
two brothers to the Nazis, and who must deal with
his own hatred id Germans and the crises ot coo
science which result This, though, is only pre
amble to the hulk ol the book, which came- o'Sul
livan into the four-power occupation of Berlin and
the tremendous battle of the airlitt. There is tin
inevitable love attau with the guilt-ridden German
girl, a- there are other love affairs in the book
a Kus.-ian official with a German waif, and an
American llycr with a German ex-prostitute.
I'ris does not use these classic opportumtu-
in a symbolic mannerwhich is another major
weaknessbut he does not bed them down hap
pily ever alter, either. He is concerned with an
attempt at analysing the German character, and
it comes across rather clumsily, as a naive pa^..:i
Christian kind of schizophrenia; but it reads well
He is concerned with an exposure of the Soviet
objectives, and it also reads well. And he i- ded
icatcd to expressing in the most idealistic, eh.i
vinistic terms the American responsibility in Bet
kin and in Kurope. and here it reads ver> bad!)
indeed, because the terms are utterly noil intel
lectual: they are, in fact, the most juvenile Thej
are Holly woud at her worst, and there i- much
much more to our commitment in Berlin, and an)
body who know- anything at all understands thi-
It is not one ot hi- better lujok- But be
choose to llirovv hi.- talents and his billets and I
dozen- ot characters mto the greater theme
our days And tor th.it he i- read, and dc-cr.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Getting History Wrong
CITTING ACROSS THE table liutr. QAi
of the congressmen who has. as .
member ol the House Judicial) Com
nittee. heard a good part of the iui.
of testimony for and against the DJ
posed amendments to the Bill of Rights
you realize what a inemenlou.- issut
now before the nation. "Aside from
the evil rights bill. I have never
ceived so much mail on any matter up
before Congress in my nearly 20 year* there." he Sfl
And how docs hi- stand on the scores ol pivt.:
proposal- "to put prayer, Got), and the Bible back into
the public schools" He isn't saying: he's a member "'
the congressional jur>. and he's listening careful!) ai
reading bis mail.
Rabbi Maurice N li.-endrath. president of tin
Union ot American Hebrew Congregations, had heard
about this torrent it mail When he appeared before
the House Judiciary Committee, he -aid: "The respon
siluhty of the legislator is the weighing of conscience
and principle and not the weighing of mail The prophet
said. Thou art the man.- He did not say, Thou art
the clerk, or the machine, to register the Gallup Poll
If the foundations of the Constitution were to bow 1
the wind of whatever popular passion stirs each genera
tion. the entire Bill of Rights would alreadv be a relic
of history '
The saddest day of the hearings perhaps came when
Hollywood descended on Capitol Hill.
Atheists and agnostics were given what for by the
Hollywood caravan; and at the height of the w ide screen
melodrama. Victor Jory. in a burst of religious and pa
triotic fervor, cried: -The opposition Ho the Becker
Amendment) screams like a constantly echoing parrot.
Keep your religion in your church and home! .' Well.
gentlemen, we may as well speak frankly-and we won t
mince wordsthat same suggestion is parrolted in Rus-
sia.
k *
It was good to be thus reassured that there still
is religion in Russia. We had been hearing differently
in the protest meetings then against Soviet antiSenut-
i.-in


Friday. June 12. 1964
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME-LAJfV
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N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA I" "OBATE
No. 63032- A
K ill
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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are hereby notified ; t t#l re-
. i mi) lalm* .mil de -
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--. in ilii-ir office in the r.nin-
house in I Mde '.miiiiv. i< lop-
.. thin -i\ calendar iin.nths from
' Ml.- of fllsl pul>l:< Itioil llore-
ihf same mil be barred.
., Miami, I i..riii.i. thla 2Mh
i May, vn i'".i
KI'RT WKi.l.lscii
\ F*xecutor
publli .iii..n ,.f thla nofli i n
da) i.f June. Hull.
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v i ney i..i Estate of AOgUsI
. I I. .<..IN.il
ii. i i.i Ave Coral i tables, F la
; r>-i2-l9-26
rDMiM
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
/
'And Pop, ... if I fulfill aM the 613 Mifzvoth
could I someday also become President of the
Shul?"
CeBf. W&i, Oaytnj PfodtJcUont
li.n
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT |
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN DROBATE
No. 63353C
I : i-.- i
VI,VINA i:hi:i:m'i:i.i..
moiilE TO CREDITORS
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hen bj no) Ifli >l and n -
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i ..'. .i .ii Mian I, Florida, this 2sth
ii of Ma). \ 11 1964
MARIANNE SCHMBLZER
As fix* culrix
riiHt publication of this notice on
iIn ,ii ...... .inn,., I....i.
.1 l.'T Whl.l.lSCH
vitoi ne> for Esi ite of
.. Vina I .in, ni, ] i, Deccancd
. A inter la Ave., Coral Uables, Ha
____________________________6 'i-ll'-lH-.'B
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6084b A
x RE: Batata "f
i >> K W. PERHOFF, B/k/a
\. i>li Wll.l.lA.M PBRSOPP
i .', HBfld
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
SOTICJC Is hereby given that I have
..I my Final Report anil Petition for
. -ii .t.utlon and final Discharge a- I
\e. utnx of ihr estate of JACK VV I
K-'il'l-, i k'*. JACOB Wll.l.lA.M
:n.-'ihr', diseased: and lliat on the!
h ,i.i> of JUiy, 1964, "III apply m |
- Honorable County Judges of Dadi
iunty, l-'ii.rid.i. for approval of said
. Keport and lor distribution ami
isl discharge, BnecutrU of the |
late of the above-named de .dent. '
i'tb duy <>f May, 1964.
F'THEL PBHSOFI i:x.. utrix
- MOM, hays URL'NUWBHG
neya
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i. i- lorlda
6 "i-12-19-I6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63261-A
In HE Ffctate "f
II \\s II MNHqilfT
|.. ......I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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tinted ..i Miami, Florida, Uiis !.-t
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if MTERS. HBIMAN ,x- KAI1.AN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Viiin-i: is HEREBY tllVBN thai
-n. 'I. (li slrlna to enaaice
'. r the i'l'ii"".i-
i- VMII.I.l: VP MITMINI S .
I'm ; \\.. Miami, I li I rts Inti nds i
rea said name with the Cleric nf
I hi 'ir in 'ourl of I inde (
Florida.
II VRRY N HANKOPF
RORERT II 'TR U'RM
ttlnini Vpplivant
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iUVSNTii JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D&DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6072
\V SEITi "HIK ,\ Si INS, IXC a
I nnsj lv:i nia t'orporal Ion,
I'lalnilff,
vs.
ii'MI.'N RBAl.TT IXC ., Florida
in, ul,
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NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti : Kir-' National Hai k nf II i nai i.ni il baklmi u..... ..lion or-
Kanlxed undi r the In of i he
Cnlti i -
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lloHlon, M.i-- :. Li' its
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nbove eaptloned action has
stlttited agninsl ) ou in (he (in
r,,nri ,.f the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
..f Florida in .mil fui |>ade fount) to
foreclose a mortftnRe upon the follow-
ing desci Ibed !!"i" 11) :
Parcel l I...i .-Il-Iii i>i of in... I,
PVu t\ -fix.- i i",i nf i 'i i.M.MERi iAI.
srilDIVISRIX OP Vl.TON BEACH,
aci nrdina to thi I 'In ihi reol i -
ili .1 in I'l.n |l nik .; .ii i 'nee of
the Publli K. "i iis of l Mil. Co
I lorlda .
I*an el 2 \n of ii- rljtht, 11 tie and
Inten -i a- Lessee by ent in
and I., thai certain ninety-nine year
lease made b) Alberl C. Fowler, an
unmarried man, and Dixie K. Hay-
don if..mi. i'iv i dale i: Sullivan),
j,.in,..l b) her husbund, I' B, Ha) -
don, the said Alberl C, F'owler and
ili, -., ill i 'isi,' i: Ha) don i fdtmi p
ly liixi.. E. Sullivan) acting in their
,apa,iii.- as individuals and as
Executor nnil Kxecntrlx resiiertlve-
ly of the Last Will and Testament
..f I llXle la K"" li '. .1. 11 SI .1 .1-
l.. --. i, to Martin Realt) i 'o ..
Florida i orporation, a- l.< --. daleil
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERBRf OYVBN tllal
mi. rvimi.il, desiring to engafni in
- under the fictitious name of
\MA K.M'iillT AM> I.MI'ii:r
al ..ml B.W, l.ili Street, Miami.
I'i'ia intends to raclater said name
ill the Clerk of the Cir.ini I oon
i>a.. County, Florida
li/HUHA l'MVKIi-IANS WPI'f.T-
|'. I i:i;.NATIi i.NAI. lilVISluX l.NC
(.1 1 III ',.1 p.)
Hole iwner
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'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UAOfc COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. C4C 5433
\N'm:i.a RtitA kki.na hk iv:ro.
I'lntniuf,
-va.
Ills \NTii\ln LOBRO
VRISMBNIM,
Defendant,
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
"> l.lls ANTONIO LOBRO
AltlSMK.Nl !
lallfieio Sulelka
Avenida de las THikiaa
1'rlnier tianiii, Apt. 7
t'araeas, Venezuela
I'liipliilnt for Divorce lias been
I .'^ aKHinsI )ou, and you are here-
1 i-wiuired t" -mi a oopy of your
answer to the 'mtilainl on the llain-
t ffa attorney, l.KsrKIt RQUBKS'.
hoae addreaa is Ml N w. Hth
street, Miami, Florida, an.) file the
nginal of the aiimut In 'lie office
". thi- Clerk .a the FHeventh .in-" lal
' ircult in and for l>ade i',nni%. Flor-
ida, on or iH-for.. the th ] of
l'me. I!i64, in default ,,f which Ilie
imi'laim Mill be tHk.n a- ..ml......
I by v.iii
n VTEl) id.- i iih day ,,f May. KM.
f: n i.i:ATMi:it.\iA.\
Clerk ,ii the Circuit Court
lly C. I- inl'Kl.AXli
Deputy Clerk
;, M-M ; S-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61777-C
IN RB; Estate "i
OBOROB I' SPICEAK
T i.e.-.i -,-U.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Mnv-
inc Claims or Demands Agehiat MM
Batate:
Tou are hereby Smlfled and re-
quired to present ai.\ claims and de-
mands which .'on may have against
the estate of lleorae P. Rpicaah da-
ceased late of Cook County, Illinois,
to the Count) Judges, ef Itade Coun-
ty, and fil. the same in dupllcati and
.is flrovrded hi fecflon ::ti.ii., Florida
Statutes, ill ill. li offleeV in the I'.i.un-
iv Courthouse in Fntffe Peiimfy, Flor-
i,lii, within -x calendar months from
the tfme of the tit-1 publication here-
of. or Hi. sttme ill he bSrred
rvtfed at MIsihI. Florida, fnli 19th
di i of May, A.i' k-oi.
i-l i:Tl.KI. MAf.I
\- An. illar> Kxe.uti ix
I Irsl publication "f Ihls ii"' i n
the ->tii day "f Max, 1904.
RtCH \r.n .x- ni:i .-' iN, ':si.>s'
Mt.aii.v- :... X ii, ii.* ry lix-e.Hrix'
,'<: I.in,.In Kti id
Miirmi Beach, Klonli
S 29, t 5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63369-A
In RE F"state "t
HAItltV tioRDON
11. .I-..I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fredltoi and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
I'.-i.i i.
Vou ..' hereby notlfletl and re-
quired i" ; 'in an) claims and de-
ma mi.- which you in" Kan uralnat
Hi. estate of HARRT GORDON
deceased late of I iinle I'miinv. Flor-
nia. the Count) Judges ..f Dade
County, and file, the same in ilnpli-
riit, an,l a* provided In 8i ctlon
T31.1S, Florida statutes. In th,h- of-
flci a the i '"iinty Courthouse In
Hail. County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
fir-t publication hereof, or the same
win be I'.n i' d.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 1st
da) "f June, A.D. 1H64.
1.HI IS HKI.MAN
As Executor of Estate of
HalT\ i ioiiloli, 11. .'.as.-.1
MYETUJ. ni:iMAN ,x KAPLAN
Ry lAtVlti HBIMAN
Attorn, \- for Executor
IIH B.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida 311130
S/I-1S-19-16

d A pi anil
li ii n I'. .1 IttHik _:
127 ..f thi I' bill Ki iiu-ds of I
County,
Togel hei "'! ill si
Impi mi ni now and hi
-aid landi anil fb irei
i in : eto, and all i enl -. Issued, pro-
.....- HI'I ITol ii
In.in said premises, all ol
which are included within the
i;..,nj: desci ..ii an I
hereof Also .'I! gas steam, eli
vi' and "ili. r hi ng,
r< ii ii;." ul Ion, lighting, imltlng,
ventilating, h rlgatlng an i pott i r
systems and fixtures, which now
s re or max hen aftei pi rtaln t" or
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60645 A
IN RE:
F'STATE OF
JACK W PBRSOFF. D
.1 Mini \\ II.I.IA.M ri:i:-'
] i. -a-. '!
CITATION
TO: ETHEL FERUOFF,
rain S.W. li'i'i St reel
Miami, F*ioi Ids
II \l:i:v I'BRROFF,
::.' l-^ist "list Street
N.w York, New York
M< ILLIB HI.AT-I'.
mi I Chun li Aver le
Hi ookl) n :';. Ni 1
HBL.BN HALPERN,
mi. ii..i A\.ii ie
i i. eansble, New fork
SHI RLE) L-BIBOFF,
l.;s Tanl) Leute
Wantngh, Ni w Yol k
I H iltls NEW MAN.
3 F'ulton Ave Apt
Noi ili Hollyw.....I, i 'alii
siiiiu.f:v Mrssn.i.ii.
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Ni i'oi It -, Ni W S
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i .....ll\ n .'... New I
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UN i" fltX 'I 'MAN.
\ .; rtllan \'i l.item fn hi
ii......i In neficlai les, to
KENNirrH HALPERN
II KIH MARK i!" ILI l
i.i: \ii i.i.a i r
i i: \ Ni -ink i.Kiia FF
STEPHEN PERSi >FI '
ILI ill ZIM.I'A HOLD
caRi 'i.i: i-.i.att
M VHTIN HALPERN
I.KAII I.EinOFF
ll:is PERM IFF
Vi il ARE IIKKKKY NOTIFIED '
a Petition of Widow for Asslgnmi
be -I-..I H'lth,
.\,n ihough
"! i|. lai llal.le.
ili.
if i >..u.i and Petition foi ISxecul
-.n,l |irem- Commission and Attorneys' I'i. s ha
lacheil I... ',- in.-ii n thi Count) Judge's Co
in .iii.i for i i.i.i. County, Florida,
..... ,., you are hereb) r. milled to -iv.
You are required to file your i- ....., ,,f ..our Answer or pleading
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the ..,| pet|flona on the Petitioner's!
Uerk ..f the aforesaid Court- and ,,IKSS, SIMON, hays a URUfc
a1.oreneVT&ll-nTnXgf.Kf Mr! WERU ""*Uy *,Wta,r' "*
NARD JACOBSON, nth Flur Dade
FVderal Building Miami. Florida 3S131
not later than July ii. I9S4 or a l -
cree Pro Confesso will li. entered
against
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4329
I 1 KISI.AK MORVJAtl"
corporation "! ri.ni'.inv
llainllff,
HER W.li It WILLIAMS, el n\.
I lefendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
T>: Kits M Williams
7:1 Fourth Street
bowel!, Masssihii-' H
fo i are nerebj notified that Hie
above eaptloned action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
i unit ..I tin 11th .hull, lal Circuit of
Florida in ami for lade County to
foreclose a rrlurtiage upon tin follow-
inn described real property:
la.t T Block -' of TAYLOR MANOR,
according lo the Phil thereof, as
.......led in P'at li" ''' i" ''"'
is of the PubUc Records "f Dade
County, i' mi i .
Vou ale required lo file your an-
swer to plaintiffs .'ompiHint wiiii the
Clerk of the afon said Cmfrt. and
.v.- a copy thereof upon plain liff's
attoniev MARTIN FINE, nth KI......
Dade Federal Building Miami '-'.
Florida, not inter ibau June Jlj .....
,,, ;l 11, iree l To i '"Hi. -~" n ill '' ""
tired agiimst you.
DATRD: May '--
B ii i.i:a i iu:r:M w
Clerk of the Cln ull >'.'iirt
(seal) li' C. P. Ci iPELAND
Deputj '
M 111 TIN FINE
am..iiiev for Plaintiff
I III! I lo.il I Mile 1-'. 'I. Ill Bldg.
.Miami It, Florida ,. ,
:. :".. u 5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3*H
Till: WIl.l.lAMSIU'K'ill SAVINGS
BANK,
Plaintiff,
VS.
JAMES K. CR1MSTEAD, t ax, i al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
To- ii ami. ni- N". ssei-.'ii. Residence
rnknown, and if remarried her
unknown spouse, if living and If dead,
Hie unknown heirs, devisees, assign-
ee*, grantees, honor-, creditors, trus-
tees nr other I'liiiinants ,-laliiiiinr by,
through, under nr against rh.- abovi
i .mad defendant who may h,. de-
eased.
Vou nr.- hi reby notified that the
above eaptloned action has been In-
stituted against yon in the Circuit
'"..'irr of ib. mh Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for Iade County lo
foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
lowing described real property:
l,ot Si, Block 73 NORWOOD F'IFTH
\ I'M IP iN SI'.iTluN .TWO, nr-
.. riling to ili.- riat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book tS at Pase 109
r tin Public Records of Daii. Coun-
ty, Florida.
Yon are required to file S'our an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of th,- aforesaid Court, and
Hem a cop) thereof upon plaintiffs
attorm-) MARTIN I'lNK, mh Floor,
Dade Federal Building, Miaou St,
Florida not later than July I, IM4,
..r i uderee Pro Confesao trill be en-
tered against you.
DATED: Ma) 11. \t*.
l: 11. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of th,- Circuit I'ourl
....... By: C P, UOPBLAND
IV puty I'b rk
M m: i'in i'ini:
At tin m y for Plaintiff
nth Floor Dade Federal Bids.
m ami ::', Floi Ida
3 !, ''. ',-IL'-19
Dated: -lime I, 1964.
B. It LEATHERM \N
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: Ix. M. LYMA.N,
Deputy Clerk
Martin Fine & Bernard Jacobson
Attorneys for Plaintiff
nth Floor Ha-l. Federal Bldg.
Miami. Florida 1313]
Florida, 13132, and file the orlgll >
thereoi In ihi oftic- of the Clerk
ili,- aboti Court on or before fo
(40) days from ihe first publlcatl i
(hereof.
Tins notice -hall be published 01
each week in The Jewish Floridian I.
four Weeks, first publication Iher-
t., be Ma) :'h. 1964.
DONE \M' ORDERED In Cha
l is this L'.ilh day of .May, 1*64,
W. F. BLANTON
I'nI.VTY JUDGE
seal) By: MELBA C. KICK
.rk 5 t. b .'i-12-i-
fi a-11-19-28 1N 1HE CIRCUIT COURT OF Thi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6068
JOSE N \V \Kltfi and DORA
ECHTTVERRIA de NAVARRO,
his x if.-.
Plaintiffs,
Florida
SOI ill DAOE GROCERY C< >RP.
MARVIN I WIENER
> \pplliant
\ insli \ Midi;.
:. t. I a-U-19
PHH.1P RIVER \. .11". ui.l
ADET.1NA RIVERA, i t al.
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: VlltlTS .r A. a Foreign cor-
pqratlon, PHH.iP Itivi'.l! \. JR .
ADELINE RIVERA, JOSEPHINE
ALVAREZ, a k MRS PHILIP
RIVERA, JR., JOSE RAFAEL
DE LOS RIOS, NICHOLAS
l!(.)<;Iiickvic. CO V I E R "
COMBRCIAL VENEBOI.ANA. C.
A., a f..r. inn cnrporntlon, Kl.\-s
PEN, CARL8BN .X ci i sl'i'KS
i'..\ a Venesuelan conioral
If alive and 'or existing, and it
dead and or dlaaotved, then
against ail unknown personn
claiming as heirs, devisees, gran-
tees, llenolS. < I*. llitot's.
trustees or otherwise, by and
through, under or against the
above-named defendants: and
against ail other parties having
or claiming to have any risht,
title or int. real in a'nd to the
property herein desci Ibed. Ri -i-
di ii-.' nnkn TOO ARE HFMIPIIV Niil'll'li'ii Hvii
i Complain! for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage has been filed aiiainsi you on in.
following described property, to-wit:
Lift 1. In Block IS of KEYSTONE
ISLAND No. 4, arccrdlna to the I
Plal thereof, recorded i" I'll Bonk
Si al I'm. B9 of lb. Public Ri.....i'ls
of 1 iail. County, Hoi ma,
and you are hereby required to servi
a copy of yonr Answer t,. the said
conipiaiiii on the attorney for the
Plaintiffs ami hi. the tiriglnal An-
swer in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or befori the 6th da)
..f liih, 1984; otherwise Ihe allega-
iion- of staid CompMlnt will be taken
as confessed bt you,
Dated in. 1964.
!:. 1: LEATHERM AN
I 'le! k ..[ ,: i.i. ,il 1 'ourl
(seal) B) : v .ROCERITE Ml IRFI RD
Depnt) Clerk
Wi II.FSl IN A I il \ Ml IN I
\ ttorni v i" i 'la in Iffs
uii .a.....n Ftoad
Miami Beach, Flo
o. 3 '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 6498
ALBERT F'ARBER,
riainiift,
-\s.-
cki.ia FARREB,
I i. I. n.laut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO i'KI.ia F*ARBBB
.'. .Il -\\. IlUe Z
llrookl.\n, New York
Yo.i. CEL1A F*ARBER, are her.
notified thai -i Kill of Complaint t
Dlvorc. has been filed against v
and > "ii are retiuirad to serve a ><
oi your Answer or pleading to tl
1 ill ..f Complaint on the plaintif: -
Attoincv, iliil-PMAN, OOLDSTE
.x- PACZ1ER, 1461 West Flag I
Street, Miami. Florida, and file I
i.il Answer or Pleading in tl
ni of the Clerk of the Cll
Coin! .ni r before th. 22nd dSj
.I line. 1964, If you fail to do -
judgment b) default will in- tak
again >",i for the relief demand
in ili.- hill ot Cmiiaint.
This notice shall be published on
each week for four oonseoMM
iv.ks iii THE JEWISH Fi.olUDlAN
I'uNi: \S"|i ORDERED it Mini
Florida, this 15th i!h> of May, -\
1964.
i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
i "ii. nil Court, Hade Counts. Hoi
(Circuit Court Seal)
lly: MARGUERITE MORFORD
l i.-piiiy Clerk
GOLDMAN. flOLDSTElN ft PAc/.ll
2401 W.st Fiagler Street
Miami, Florida
Attorn. \- f'.r Plaintiff
."., l'2-^9 6/:. .
notice under
fictitious name law
noticf: is hbrbby oivbm u
the underHluned, desiring to ang;s
in business under ih.- fictitious nan
..! NiiRWi-il KiJC COMPANY at !
... .ii Court, Miami Beach. Inten
to register -aid name with the tier.
of th. Circuit Court of Dade Cou
ly, Florida
\NNA BLAU
-. s;-jj i
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi
(hi undersigned, desiring to engage
liii-iio -- under the fictitious name
I DIRECT I'lS'in NT IMPORTS al 1 -
i: Fl ig ,. r sir. ,t. Miami Intendi
i. ii- ami uii the Clerk
thi Court .a Dade <'"um-
FiorldH
In IN IVERSON
:. 21-29, I ".


Fage 16-A
L ; f flrrHi^n
CJA Allocates $1,371,362 lor Agency Needs
The 1H64 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal hu> allocated Sl.371.362 for
I cal. national and ovi-r-ca- aaen-
( almost $80 000 more than in
1963, it \\a announced Monday
r _ht b\ David B Fleeman. chair
man of the Budget Committee
"Including S267..i7i from the I" lit
< : Fund the total 19&4 allocation"
vill be SI.638.93.",.' Fleema:: >aid.
Fleeman. who >- assisted by
Norton Pallot. chairman of the
Local Agencie- Study Committee,
H; rry B Smith, chairman of the
National Agencies Study Commit-
tee, and Mrs Dorothy Krieger
> ink. chairman ol the Oversea*
Agencie* Study Committee, pre-
sented the budget at the Board ol
Governor^ meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Ferkraiion at !h.-
Jewish Home for the Aaed. which
received unanimous approval.
Sidney Lefcourt, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, announced that the bulk
of increased funds would go to
the Federation's local agencies
in the Greater Miami commun-
ity, and that an additional sum
would also be provided for the
support of national agencies.
"By going over our goal of SI.-
3M.S00, I am pleased to an-
nounce that the United Jewish
Appeal will receive additional
support for its agencies around
the world," Lefcourt declared.
The total monies allocated, in-
(luding funds received from the
I'nited Fund of Dade County lor
three Federation agencies, the
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice. Jewish Home for the Aged,
and the YM and YWHA of Great-
er Miami, total $1,638,933. Many
< i the benefits to be received by
Federation's local agencies and
< ,:--ed on to the community were
(tailed by Lefcourt.
Among these he listed expan-
tion. an additional case worker
for the Jewish Family and Chil-
bioo of the Hebrew High Scheol
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
Service to permit reopen-
ed intake of new clients, adku
a< fund.- for the Jewish Home for
the Aged to help serve dog
amount of aged persons who now
reside in the Home lollowing com-
pletion of the new Ablin Pavilion.
badly needed counselor for teen-
age guidance and testing program
(or the Jewish Vocational Service,
additional support of the service
- and out-patient clinics at
;nt Sinai Hospital where >er-
ce -- given for little or no cost
based on ability to pay. and up-
for the YM and YWHA to
that they may reinstate programs
to benefit the entire family group
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, announced
that a record number of t,300
contributions, including 2,400
new gifts, played an important
Pridkrv. T.ne i:
role in the successful Co-
Jewish Appeal campaigr
"We expect well ov<
iits by the end i the \
are seeking to raise Si,40
$115,000 more than uas i
i%:s." Hosichan n id
has been our new contribi
the total number ol gin
I am pleased to report
nroximately 2.000 more
have received in our la-
campaign-
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Miami, Florida. Friday. June 12, 1964
Section B
Women's Group Installs Officers
; an exciting day for the Federation of Jewish Women as
nstalled Mri. Irvinq Lehrman as president for the com-
ear. Shown seated (left to right) are chairman of the
Mrs. Gerald Soltz; new president. Mrs. Lehrman; instal-
officer, Dr. Irvinq Lehrman. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
who presented outgoing President Anna Brenner Meyers with
inscribed silver bowl. Standing (left to right) are Mrs.
:i Green, Mrs. Louis Glasser. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein.
. .man of arrangements.
Federation ol Jewish Women in-
stalled Mrs Irving Lehrman as
new president and honored the
presidents <>i leading communal or-
ganizations .it a luncheon ai the
Carillon Hotel last week.
Some 300 women representing
the leading women's organizations
here heard Mom Mrs. Gerald 1*.
Soltz. chairman. The invocation
was delivered by Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle. Women's Division chairman
ol Combined Jewish Appeal Pres-
ident ol the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Sidney Lefcourt, prais-
ed the work nt the Federation of
Jewish Women and noted that "it
exists not onlj for the good of
Greater Miami Jewry, but tor
leadership, programs, and organ
izational activitj that will bene-
fit the entire community."
Mrs .lean C. Lehman presented
outgoing president of the Feder-
ation of Jewish Women. Mrs Anna
Brenner Meyers with a silver bowl
tononng Mrs Meyers. Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehman was installed as pies
dent ')> Dr. Irving Lenrman, spir
dual leader of Tempi Kiiianu HI
who served as chairman of the
1964 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
Other officers installed included
Mrs. Charles ]>. Feinbcrg, Mrs
Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Milton Green
and Mrs. Alfred Reich, vice pres-
idents: .Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
recording secretary; Mrs Sol Sil-
verman, corresponding secretary:
and Mrs Sidnc Lewis, parliamen-
tarian. The slate was presented
by Mrs Suln v Lew:-, chairman ol
the Nominating Committee.
Mrs. Louis Glasser presented
awards to two organizations
outstanding organizational efforts
and for loo percent participation
el their boards in the 1964 Co
bined Jewish Appeal Mrs. Fran< -
Entine received the award tor the
Miami Women's Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged Mrs
Milton Green accepted the award
for the Greater Miami ( ouncil ol
Pioneer WuKk r. OKT was honoi
ed lor organizational activity on
behall of Combined Jewish Appeal,
ami Mrs Glasser presented the
award to Mis Florence Kupper-
tnan
Tribute io the 75 presidents !
Jewish Women's Organizations
the communitj was given bj M -
Larry Frledland, Mis Sol ('
-toiii and Mrs Jean C Lehman
JJA Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Carl Weinkle; Greater
.''.ami Jewish Federation President Sidney Lefcourt and out-
oiog President of Federation of Jewish Women Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers on the dais at the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en's installation at the Carillon Hotel.
n
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matson b** t.d.c. d
js
M>JS$
bv ISABEL GRCVE
lune bringing a rash d! gala
' to l'ie home ol the L.uli
Irving and Bernice, 8230
lawthorne Ave Last Satur
. >. middle son Richard grad
ted from Miami Beach Hi .
S turday, eldesl son Alan
ill marrj Patri la Kramer, oi
Spring, Md. The loth.
- Irv's birthday, and the follow-
i day, the couple mark their
ith wedding anniversary .
illowed <.-u June "21 I y the 14th
anniversary ol Mr and
Mrs Waller Nailer, lieriuei -
its ihe Laibsons, along
Richard and Jetfry, now
King with friends and rela
- trow d Washington and
Vi rk
AC
Wonderful summer plans in
i. making for the Gidnej fam
v ol Sunset Isle 4 Itith
and Lou. with son Jeff, flying
to New York in mid June to meet
uteout daughter Nelsa, now
fiouseguesting with North Wesl
em I roommate. Jane Pass, of
Tcnafly, N.J The girls are
taking a busman's holiday at the
Sorbonne In Paris next month
. Semester's worn there will
be followed by Le Grande Tour
ol the Continent before they re-
turn for their junior year .
Weeks before departure will be
pent by Nelsa and her family
;n shopping, theatering and. ol
course, at the World's Fair .
After waving goodbye, the three
remaining Gidneys will fly to
Puerto Rico for several week-
. 16-year-old Jeff attends
Beach Hi and is president of th*
Royal Palm Fraternity
Matilda and Abram Fox. who
divide their time between Miami
Beach and Israel, have left for
ress shirt
is truly
wash 'n
wear
theil summer home in Bal Yam,
where they'll stay until Novem
ber Well known for their
many philanthropies, the) have
several named for them in Is-
rael Home for the Aged, and
have donated a elinie in Rlshon
L'Zion Just as active in
Jewbjh affairs here, they parti
eipatc in all Israel Bond tune
lions and belong to the Hebrew
Academy, Jewish Federation,
Hadassah and Pioneer Women.
Sisters-in-law with the same
ln-t name. Hilda liendel i Mrs.
Philip) and Hilda Bendel iMrs,
David) had a cocktail party
honoring their spouses' sister
and husband, visiting from Lon-
don Esther and Laruce S|-
ton chatted with over 50 friends
of the Bendels while admiring
the outdoor living at the South
Miami home of the David Ben-
eel- The weather was perfect
lor the Sunday afternoon gath-
ering quite a bit differeal
from their accustomed London
Henry GiUnan guest, ,ol honor
at a surprise cocktail party and
dinner held On his 60th birth-
day Wife Sophie was proud
ol their children who gave the
party Morty and Bernue
Gilman helped Lois and Shervvin
Givel greel ihe over 40 guests
who joined them this past Sat
unlay night at the (iivel home
A visit with New York reta
lives and friends for the Milton
Welnbergs, Surfakk They
also plan to see the World's Fair
and as many Broadway shows as
posill le Then they sail on
the SS Shalom for Israel, with
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Friday, June 12, \%i
Phi Sig Alumnae In Scholarsh,
Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Murray Kern, Stanley Cohen, Mrs. Gilbert Fein, Registered
vice president of services, Mrs. Martin Kurz- Nurse instructors, Mrs. Morris Goodman, chair-
weil, Mrs. Howard Ayares, Mrs. Charles Get- man of Service aides, and Registered Nurse
tleman, vice chairman of service aides, Mrs. instructor.
'Capping1 Ceremony Slated at Mount Sinai Tuesday
Mrs Murray Kern, vice presi-
dent of services of the Women's
Auxiliary of Mount Sin'ai Hospital.
has announced that the current
class of service aides and junior
aides will be 'capped" at a cere
mony in the Louis E. Wolfson Au
ditorium at 10 a.m.. Tuesday.
June 16.
Friends and relatives who wish
to view the 'capping" of the
volunteer service aides and the
''candy-Stripers" who have com
pleted their junior aide courses are
invited to attend.
The Women's Auxiliary of Mount
5:nai Hospital are regularly offer-
ed the service aide courses to its
members since 1961. Registered
Nurse instructors are also Auxil-
iary members who volunteer their
services. Service aides receive
training to permit direct patient
contacf and supplement nursing
personnel. Junior aide courses
are offered to teen-age volunteers
who meet the requirements.
Chairman of the service aide
program is Mrs. Morris Goodman,
who is also a Registered Nurse
ir>>tructor. Nice chairmen are
Mrs Martin Kurzweil. Mrs. How-
ard Ayares. and Mrs. Charlc- Get
tleman. Registered Nurse in-
structors are Mrs. Gilbert Fein,
and Mrs. Stanley Cohen. Chair-
men of the candj striper program
are Mr- Albert Chisling and Mrs.1
Fred Sheldon.
Hadassah Groups Hold Functions
Naomi Group of Hadassah held
its inaugural "Esther Awards Nite"
at Westbrooke Country Club on
Monday night. -
All ten-year members of Hadas-
sah were honored, ar.d awards pie
sented to members of the Naomi
Group for outstanding service to
Hadassah during the past year.
Culmination of the evening was
the presentation of the Naomi Se-
rial Kiddush Cup by Mrs. Cerald
Soltl, regional president, to Mrs.
Alvin Burger, past president of
Naomi, "the woman who has ex-
cellled in overall participation in
the numerous Hadassah projects."
Musical re I Mrs
Marie Balaban.
Chai Group (if Ha lass ill will held
i membership patii part) i June
15. 9:30 a.m.. at tin h m< of Mr-
Seymour Lichtenfckl 19450 NE
21st Ct.
Mr Herman, of Midi B
will present a fur show
Breakfast will be tfrs Ja
cob Bornstein ml, t
er.
Mrs. Maxwell \\.
ident of the group. Membership
vice president i Mrs Martin Am
ster.
Miami Alumnae Chapter of Phi
Sigma Sigma has awarded two
four-year college scholarships to
Dade County high school students
chosen from the Young Scientists'
Laboratory Research Program
On May 2,">. Christopher Sargent
Marten-. Homestead, was present.
ed his scholarship at the awards
assembly of South Dade High
School by Mrs Paul Furman, of
Coral Gables
M.i> 27. Mrs. Melvin Harrison,
Coral Cables, presented William
T. McCluan, of Miami, his schol-
arship at the awards assembly of
Miami Kdison High School
The Young Scientist's Labora-
tory Research Program has re-
ceived national acclaim as a
means of enabling outstanding
Students to do advanced scientific
research The program was origi-
nated by Mr. Milton Saslaw, re-
search director ol the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital, and
i- now spon-ored In Hade County
schools under the direction of Mrs.
Harriet Ehrhard, special science
teacher,
Since 1361. the Miami Alumnae
(hapter oi Phi Sigma Sigma I
a ar led se\ i n ships Funds
ior the sch ill ; at
h( ir annual Soiorit> v the
Yi ar Fashi < SI which
in be held n< \i ]>'. 5, i I th<
Fontainel Mi- An
Boi nc is pres
I Me i
thi lai -hip Commit-
' an M. n. Mrs
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et a precedent lor the presentation of the Menorah
3 Girl Scouts., a committee of the Girl Scout proaram
launch a county-wide project for the Menorah Award.
aht are Mrs. Florence Rubel, froutmaster of Troop
mother of the honoree; Mrs. Haskel'. Bratter. district
of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.; MU Susan Rubel.
it ever to be presented with the Menorah Award;
'aver Abiamowitz, spiritual leader of TerfTple Men-
Sol Golfstein, Florida State chairman of the Men-
rd Committee, and Mrs. Lou S. Ross, of the Service
Continued from Page 1-B
.stops in Haifa. Jerusalem and
Tel Aviv on the itinerary .
Newly-elected president of the
Hadassah Herzl group. Mrs
Weinberg will visit us many
Hadassah installations as she
can manage, taking movies Of
them all to show on her return
. From Israel, the Weinbergs
will sail to Italy on the SS Theo-
dore Herzl, namesake of her
chapter, arriving back in Miami
Beach some time in August .
Preceding a tour of the New
England states, Mrs Ethel Her-
man, Bay Harbor Islands, will
visit with her daughter, rela-
livi and friends in Manhattan
Alreadj planned for her in
Gotham Town are several thea-
tre parties and jaunts to the
World's Fair.
5, and SCOtt I The Klebei -
came for a double celebration
the graduation of Barbara's
brother. Arnold, from the Uni-
versity Ol Miami School of Law
and Ins forthcoming marriage
June 2] in Miss Trudj Malow
Parents of the bride-tube are
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Malow. ol
Ninth Miami Beach.
Joyce and Henrj Roman, ol
Merritt Island. Cocoa. Fla are
off for Europe The two old-
est daughters, Caron and Margo,
are packing for camp in the Car
olinas, and the youngest, DeDe
will stay with her grandparents
Mr and Mrs Jerry Baker
Joyce's parents, at Harbour
House Henrj is being hail-
as the young Cocoa ty< on
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alexander.
[or the past eight years resi-
dents "t Miami, are moving into
their new home next week just
completed at Penbroke Bines,
Hollywood. Fla Mrs. Alex-
ander has been active in many
organisations, including a two-
year term, recent Is completed,
as president of Mt. Scopus
Hadassah She is past pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Women ol
the Orange, N and active in
I'.i; Women's affairs in Miam
Husband Louis, a credit
manager i >r S mth East Foods,
is neml er ol the Masons,
Knights hi Pythias and Moose
Rabbi Wein At Beth Israel
te.
irl Scout Gets Religious Award
Award ol the Girl
Ihc IS A was present
-an Rubel ;it Sabbath
. rvices of Temple Men
eekend
- of its kind to be pre-
the State of Florida, the
\ward was established
th< Synagogue Council of
rica si national merit award
pven | (iirl Scout who shows
I understanding of and
i .yalty ti her own faith.
\Ii>- Rubel. who ranks as a
Senior iirl Scout and is entering
-. : year at Miami Beach
eminently qualified for
Menorah Award as a conse-
nt Ol undergoing special in-
iructiot by Rabbi Mayer Abram-
wits and maintaining a strong
link who Jewish life in both her
home *nd in the synagogue."
card committee members dc-
arcd
KoUowr-g the services, where
labbl At ramowitz presented Susan
ith & Menorah \ward with the
sistai ce of Mrs Lot S. Ross,
i n t the Girl Scouts Conn
of Ti ipical Florida, Troop 588
rticipalvd in a specially prepar
I b> Mr and
Mi in Rubel, parent- of the
Also assisting in the
[en rah Award pr< scnta
*, .. Mrs Sol Goldstein
- anch i hairman ol the
\.'..ii :. and Mrs H
strict chairman ol the
of the I S \
To knov I i -
rah A rd present" l in
Mrs Gold-
v, hope u will set
at to i 'i'"1
tter men.
Pastrami?
et their own religious group as
i rovided by the constitution of the
Girl Scouts ol the U.S.A."
Mr and Ml
Kleber, ol Atlanta, <'
Miamians, re here vis
her parent-. Mr. and
ry Levy, Coral Cables
them are their two boy
i Barbara I
a former
iiting with
Mrs Hen
. With
-. Steven
Rabbi Berel Wein is the new
spiritual leader of Beth Israel
Congregation at 711 40th St., Mi
ami Beach.
Moses .1 Grundwerg, president
ol Beth Israel, announced the ap
pointment of Rabbi Wein at a
meeting this week
w ill assume the duties
Israel's pulpit on Julj 15
ll,. succeeds Rabbi H. Louis
Rottman, won is leaving to
some a pulpil m Long Beach.
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Miss Varda Berman Becomes Bride
Of Harvey Krull in Evening Rites Here
Iiss Varda Berman became the
de of Harvey L. Krull in cere-
jnies Sunday, June 7. at 5 p.m.
-bbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
der of Temple Beth Sholom. of-
. iated at the early evening rites
!d In the Algiers Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
and Mrs. Moshe Berman, of
:7 Froude Ave.. Surfside. The
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groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert L. Krull. of Houston. Tex.
The new Mrs. Krull's father is
executive director of the Greater
Miami Israel Histradut Commit-
tee here.
Reception and formal dinner
followed the ceremonies at the
Algiers. For her wedding, the
bride chose a formal gown of white
ilk organza combined with reem-
hroidered alencon lace and fash-
ioned with a portrait neckline,
three-quarter puff sleeves and an
organta belt defining the fitted
waistband. The lull organza skirt
cascaded into a slight train.
Matron o! honor was Mrs. Wil-
liam A. Helfnian. Miss Frances
Blankficld was bridesmaid.
Best man for his son was Albert
L. Krull. I'shers included I'ri
and Zvili Berman. brothers of the
bride. William A Helfnian was
groomsman.
The new Mrs. Krull is a grad
uate <>l Miami Beach High School.
At the University of Houston, she
~ a reporter for the student news
paper
The groom, a graduate of the
I'niversity ot Houston, is in the
lis busim -
MRS. HARVtY t. KRUIL
Following a length) honeymoon
motoring through the United
states, the couple v ill be honored
at a reception al the Houston
home oi the groom's parents mi
June 20
Thej will reside at 3511 Link-
valle> ;n Houston, Tex
Mills, Courshon
Will Live In
Coral Gables
MUs Barbara Jo Courshon is
now Mrs. Michael Allen Mills. The
couple exchanged VOWS at Temple
Beth Sholom on Sunday. June 7.
.1 7 p.m with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Courshon.
1620 Daytonla Rd. The grooms
parents are Mr. and Mrs. J B.
Mills, of 1650 Dayonia Rd.
For her wedding, the bride
chose I white silk shantung floor-
length gown with bodice and front
of the >kirt appliqued in alencon
lace and seed pearls. The en-
semble included a matching coat
designed with a Queen Anne col-
lar and chapel train A high
crown of matching beaded lace
v.as featured with triple-tiered il-
lusion veil She carried a bridal
bouquet ol white orchid- on a
Bible
Matron ol honor v as Mr- Ed-
ward Levinson Deannc Courshon
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
included Patsj Tieger Martha
Kent. Judi Rudolph and Arlene
Safer
Besl man was Lee Mills
ushers included Michael Oritl
Si art Specti i Edv ard Le\ inson
and Brian Brompsl
\r |j ed Mrs Mills enl to
Miami Beach Senior High Si
: hi I iv ersity ol Floi la -
MRS. MICHAti /Mills
r--:ty
.- now attending the I ni
il Miami
The groom, a graduatu senior
ai the University of \i mi, also
W ni to Beach High
Dinner and receptioi : iUn
at the Doral Reach Hot.-. After
i honcj mix n
in Coral Gable-

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MRS. RICHARD ROSENBERG
Rosenbergs Take
Nassau Trip
lama Ka-per and Richard I.
I senberg exchanged wedding
v-ws in 730 p.m. rites on Tues-
y, 'une 9, at Temple Beth Tor-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
i.cited
I he bride is the daughter of
and Mrs. Jack Kasper. 13155
cayne Blvd., No. Miami Beach.
Tie groom is the son of Mr and
Irs. Herman Rosenberg, of Mar
-.te. \J.
Sister of the bride. Miss Janice
Kasper, served as maid of honor.
R chard Lowenstein was best man.
N'ewlywed Mrs. Rosenberg is a
. aduate of the University of
Miami, where she received a
chelor of Education and a Mas-
ter of Education degree She is
pa.-t president of Delta Phi
ilon Sororitv."
The groom is a graduate of the
University of Miami, with a BS
( i grec. He will attend law school
I ginning this September.
Following a honeymoon spent
Nassau, the couple will be at
I me at 13105 NE 6th Ave No.
Miami. A reception at Beth Tor-
h followed the exchange of their
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Reception Honors Meyer, Sandier
. Mceation and dinner at th
num.4 Motel fo"uwcd ,h0 pddins
tljraony there of Roberta Diana
Srilcr and Samuel Mark Meyer
, Sunday "<*>> June 7. Rabbi
Norton M.ilavky periormed the
le ring rites.
Parents of the newlywedi re
\lr and Mrs. Samuel Sandier, 3075
SW 27th Tcr.. and Or. and Mrs.
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I'aternal grandmothers are Mrs.
Raj Meyer and Mrs. Anna Ne-
uritis. Mrs. Bessie Sandier is
the bride's grandmother.
For i he wedding, the bride wore
a door-length empire gown ot
sheer silk chiffon over peau de
soie styled with a scoop neckline
and short sleeves, A satin pill-
box of seed pearls held the
shoulder-length Illusion, and she
carried white roses.
She was attended by her sister.
Jacqueline Helen Sandier, and the
bridegroom's sister, Arna Ellen
Meyer
Harvey Greenberg was besl
man. and Josiah Meyer served
as his brother's groomsman.
A Miami Senior High graduate,
the bride attended Florida State
University and received a degree
as Registered Norse from the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is a mem
her of Tags, BBC. and Hillel
Foundation.
The bridegroom is an alumnus
of Miami Senior High and attend
ed the University of Miami. He
belongs to Shield of David AZA.
Beta Alpha Delta, and Hillel
Foundation.
A following a tour through the
Blue Ridge Mountains and Wash-
ington, Hi'., the ncwlyweds will
live at 2221 SW 3rd Ave.
Snoke, Houtz Marry in Yale
Branford Chapel at Yale I'm
versity was the seene of the Sun-
day. June 7. wedding of Judith
Kind Houtz and John Arthur
Snoke. The ceremony was per-
formed by Rabbi ltobert E. Gold-
berg, of Temple .\li.siik.in Israel
Hamden, Conn.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Houtz. of
Miami Beach. The parents Of the
-room are Dr. and Mrs. Albert
Snoke, of Hamden,
Mrs. Arthur Hoitman, ol New
York City, was her sister's only
attendant. William M Jose was
best man. Ushers were A. Thomas
Snoke and Michael D. Snoke.
brothers of the groom, and V
tluir Hoffman, the bride's brother.
in-law.
The new Mrs. Snoke gradua -1
Irom Stanford University and has
m.-t completed a Master of A s
In teaching program at Harvs I
University. She will be i n I ie
faculty of Hamden High School,
beginning in September
Mr. Snoke is a graduate of Hi
den High School and Stanfi i
i niversity. He i- in the gr
uate program in physics at Y
Universit)
After a brief wedding trip. .
and Mrs. Snoke will be In ng
235 Lawrence, New Haven, Con
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Pllklngton
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Betrothal Told
Judith Ann Bermont and Robert
Green man are engaged. The
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bride-elect's mother. Mrs Wil-
A. Bermond, boo Cadagua
we Coral Gables
vents of the groom-to be are
lr and Mrs. Jack Greenman, 3906
cello Dr.. Ft. Worth, Tex.
Miss Bermont graduated from
Gabl* v High School and will
.. ive her degree from the I'm
ersity of Texas in August. She
- a member of Sigma Delta Tail
Mr. Greenman attended schools
1 Worth, I' K and the I'm
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\dm n ii ation. ii- was pn sii
i his class and is a member ol
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Friday. June 12
...
ft NICE ROUND NUMBER
What a wonderful evening! Mrs. Adcle !.<-
tine was so happy that she could honor her
father and mother. Jenny and Samuel Glecken-
haus. on the day that thev had been married
sixty years The party was at the Beefster
Restaurant. Adele's children. Martha and Dav-
id, helped their mother and grandparents greet
guests. The table was in the shape of a "T."
all white and gold, with white tapers The an-
niversary pair looked lovely. Jenny in blue with
two huge white orchids, and Samuel with the
conventional white carnation. Among guests
were out-of-town family. Judge Jacob Glecken-
haus and Mrs. Paul Gleckenhaus. of Newark.
Other family and guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Weinttaub. Mrs. May Kurtz. Gus Cohen.
Mrs, Bertha I.uria. Mrs. Lillian Brandenberg,
Mr and Mrs. J. Geyer. Morris Rutkin. Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Yesner and Mis Gertrude Cohen.
FABULOUS FLAGLER
The food was absolutely divine, the dogs
all ran real fast and won. the new Sky Room,
the club house and the private offices al Flag
It r Dog Track were so exciting, it was as if you
were in a movie setting. Barbara and Barry
i!.i man, here from Mobile. Ala., to visit Bar-
ry's folks, Sylvia and Sidney Lefcourt, left their
little girls Beth and Marjorie, at Grandma's
SO they, too, could go to the track. The
Haimans. with I inda ..nil Richard Brickman.
walked down to the Winner's Circle to present
the trophy in honor ol West view Country Club.
Watching them were Janet and Marshal Pep-
per Kleanor and David Catsman. Charlotte and
Stanley Wolff, Norms and Donald Rosenberg,
Elaine and Elliot Daniels. Barbara and Marshal
Rosenberg, and Jackie and David Hochberg and.
of course. Florence and Isadcre Hecht. Its "Old
Home Week" every night at the Klagler Dog
Track. The next night there was Myra and
Aarcn Fan talking to Ada and Jack Abbott.
Bernie Frank who is just back from a quick
dash around the world, and I.ois and Herb
Mathes. Toots and Jack Cantor were there with
Dr. Aaron Kahan. Sylvia Lefccurt was at a
table in the club house with husband. Sidne>
SOME SENDOFF
Juliet and Ben Frackmari are well on the
first lap of their cruise on the Mariposa through
the Hawaiian Islands, the South Sea Islands.
Australia and New Zealand. They will know
how to act if they are shipwrecked because their
children. June and Julian Newbauer. had a
shipwreck party for them before they left The
Newbauers. in sailor outfits, met guests at the
door of their home on Nautilus Dr.. presenting
them, for the ladies, a lei. and for the men, a
sailor hat. Mrs. Florence Weinsttin was dress-
ed as a cannibal with a necklace of soup bones,
the Moe Frieds and Phil Lerners wore shorts
and dilapidated shirts. Doris Feld came as a
sailor girl, while her husband. Mike was Mike
the Sailor.'" Clem, in an authentic Hawaiian
grass skirt, was with her husband. Harry Bell-
man. Bess and Carl Fenberg. Dr. and Mrs.
Max Gratz and Herman and Fae Rubin were
getting a kick out ol the funny :itN ihat the
guests thought were an absolute necessity to
-peed the Frackmans on their merrj waj
ANOTHER DAYANOTHER YEAR
It was time to honor tin' Founders again
at Westview Country Club Cocktails fust, then
dinner and dancing. Ferd Meyer with his wife,
Rosalyn. at his side acted ;.- toastmaster Among
members enjoying the gala evening were Slur-
ley and Irving Miller, Susan and Leonard Mil-
ler. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Russell, Mi' and Mis
Julius Rosenberg, the A. Nadlers and the John
Serbins. One of the larger parties was given
by Eleanor and Gus Feutr. Anuni- theil guests
were Ida and Bill Singer. Ruth and Max Orovitz,
Martha and Stanley Myers, Bertha and Leonard
Abess. Sylvia and Sidney I.cfcourt and Bea and
Morris Lapidus. FRANCES LEHMAN
Lynn Steinberg, Douglas Schwartz Double Ring Rites
The Lombardy Hotel was the
setting for the afternoon double
ceremony which united Lynn
Steinberg and Douglas Schwartz,
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiated
.t the Sunday, June 7. weddini'.
Daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Steinberg, ol 32 sw 48th Ave.. the
bride i- a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High, whi re she was vice pres-
ident of Tsion BBC... and sponsor
of Ciuma Phi Fraternity. She
: No graduated from the Dade
County Dental Clinic and current-
ly the advisor of Tsion BBG.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry S. Schwartz, pio-
r.ter family, of 1800 SW 17th St.
A graduate of Miami Senior High,
where he was president of Hurri-
canes AZA, he received his bsba
i jree from the University of
where he was vice pres-
t ol Pi Lambda Phi Kratern
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He l- :i!i ;ic [ve member ol
I 'in Lodge of B'nal B'rith,
i ersitj "i Florida and Pi
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Lorraine Schwartz and Ellen
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The new Mr- Schv rtz wore a
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soie, with the bodice ol Italian
embroidered lace covered with
pearls, The gown had a sweet-
heart neckline, point on hand hue
sleeve-, and a long cathedral
train, she carried a satin Bible
covered by a spray of white ui
chids.
Serving as best man was Leon-
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Herbert Schwartz, the n room's
brother, and Alan Oppenheimer
Out-of-town guests included the
groom's sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mr-. Ted Provder, ol
Madison. Wis., iiy Schwartz, ol
Dallas. Tex. and Mr and Mrs.
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accented with appliques of lace.
Ii \\n- fashioned with front and
back appliques ol lace, bodice a
cented with seed pearls, bateau
neckline and ;i separate long train
ending in a tailored bow
a princess cr iwn 11 lace and
i>"url> held the French illusion,
and ihc bouquet was a cascade
'i white orchids and stephanotis,
Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (.'.
Ilolol.'er. the brideuroom is pres-
ently employed with Prebish and
Gautier law firm. A student at
the University of Miami, he plans
to enter law school.
New Mrs. Holober has a BAE
degree from the University ol
Florida and will teach in Miami.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the newlyweds plan to make
their home in Miami
Judea Women In Board Meet
Firsl board meeting ol Temple
isti rhood .' a held in the
temple Reception Hall, with*Mrs
Marvin Levin presiding The new
board was honored with a brunch
and then attended workshop
Mrs. Frank Toback, immediate
pas) president, spoke on the Na
tional Federation ot Temple Sis
tcrhoods. Mrs. Maurice Waldorf,
also a past Sisterhood president,
prefaced the workshop with an
irientation for the entire hoard
Mrs Leonard Katlsn and Mrs.
Paul Edlow conducted ihe work>
ip on membership and reten-
tion. Mr AUred Reich, an of-
licer Of the National federation
oi Temple Sisterhoods and a pasl
idenl i I Temple Judea Si>
t( rhood. conducted the workshop
in youth education and religi tua
ons.
Mrs. Marvin Levin and Mrs.
Jay Bearman conducted the work-
shop on human relations and pro-
mming.
W, i n. i -Kalin
MRS. DINNIS HOLOBtR
w'.i m- t Kahn
MRS. ItROMt SHELDON
lolober. Helman Rites at Algiers
ing vows were exchanged
- an R. Helman and Dennis
bar on Saturday. June 7.
Algiers Hotel where a
n and luncheon followed
alibi Alfred Waxman officiated
noon ceremony,
The daughter of Mr and Mrs
ii lam in Helman, 1312 SW 8.">th
'.as attended by Mrs. Alan
II -Jinan, matron of honor.
Eileen Holober. the groom's sis-
ter, and Sara Murphy.
Alan (' Helman. the bride's
brother, served as best man. with
another brother. Bob Helman.
Michael Oberet and Neil Buch-
binder, groomsmen.
For the wedding, the bride
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with three-quarter-length sleeves
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Following a honeymoon trip to
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The former Rita Kamm and i
Dr. Sheldon exchanged vows in a
mid-morning ceremony at Temple
Lmanu-El on Sunday. June 7. Of- [
ficiating rabbi was Dr Irving,
Lehrman. Reception in sirkin
Hall followed
i Later in the day. the bridegroom
received his medical degree from
the University of Miami. Son of
Mi. and Mrs. David Sheldon. 550
\V. 49th St., he attended the Uni-
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Alpha Omega Alpha, medical hon-
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His bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kamm. 563 W 49th
St., is a graduate ot the Univer-
sity of Florida and belongs to
Alpha Epsilon Pi Sorority.
Attendants to the couple were
Debby Kamm Stein and Ellen
Sheldon, matron and maul of hon- ,
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and Lolly Koota, bridesmaids; '
Michael Sheldon, best man; David
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June 7. at the Barcelona Hotel.
the oewlyweda were attended by
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Serving as bridemaid* were
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Marm Heffler, Jane Harrell and
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12.1954
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
The friends of Mollie. wife of Judge Meyer Brilliant,
think her last name suits her perfectly because that's what
she is brilliant. As a shy. quiet girl in Boston. Mass.,
Mollie e\en in third grade was interested in politics. She
went to Emerson College and Boston University, where she
studied journalism. She studied political science at Har-
vard, and began taking an interest in political campaigns
instead of talky issues. She confesses that she was fascin-
ated by the way in which campaigns are handled.
Mollie observed the last of the Hurray Boys. James
Michael Curley. typical of the machine boss, marveling at
his shrewdness In New York, she wrote for the Jewish
Korum. then went to work for the
Banquet Department of the Waldorf
Astoria, booking and arranging
large affairs. On the snowiest day
of the year, she met her future hus-
band in Boston, when his car broke
down. That was the end and the
beginning six weeks later they
were married. And a year later.
they moved to -Miami.
For the first years after Cynthia
and Joni were born, it was a change
of pace for Mollie. But you can't
keep a war horse down or make
an uninteresting housewife out of a
doer. Mollie popped right back into
the swing of things. Among her
activities, she was president of Flan
ler-Granada Sisterhood, on the board ol the YWHA. a vice
president of Beth Am Sisterhood, vice president of Tech-
nion and program chairman of the National Council of
Jewish Women.
She's a member of the Students of Books, a small and
select group of women who study the classics. But through
all of her activities, varied though they are. still .-lands one
compelling force: her continuing love of politics. She has
been on the Democratic Executive Committee of Dade
County and is now area chairman. She was involved in
the John F. Kennedy campaign, as well as in the campaigns
of Dante Fascell and Sidney Aronovitz. And .Mollie was
women's coordinator for Miami Mayor Robert King Highs
race for governor.
Mollie has just been installed as president of the Wom-
en's Democratic Club ol Dade County.
Dinner time at the Brilliant home is a testing ground
for everyone's political views. The children have very-
definite views, and while their mother tends to overwhelm
them, their father is much more conservative. Quite right
Brilliant is the name for Mollie.
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Mrs. Miller
The former Vlarcia Noroff be-
came the bride of Harrison S Mil-
ler in a double ring candlelight
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. The Fontaine-
ileau Hotel was the setting for the
nuptials, followed bj a reception
jnd formal dinner there on Sat-
urday evening. JuiU 6
Attended by her sister, Miss
''. rbara Noroff. and her bride-
2room'a sister, Mrs Gerald Coh-
in, the new Mrs. Miller wore .*
two-piece, floor-length ensemble.
The sleeveless gown was tupped
y an empire-effect coal which
was styled with a chapel tram
nd ion;, hue sleeves. The four-
ier French illusion fell from a
crown of seed pearls, and she car-
ried white orchids, stephanotis
ind lily-of-thevalley on her con-
firmation Bible.
Serving as best man was Rob.
.rt Feigenbaum, and Gerald Coh-
n ushered
Follow nm a honeymoon in Mex-
co, the newlyweds will live in
'oral Cables wen- both attended
he University. New Mrs Millei
a graduate of Oxord Private
school 111 Miami Beach and be-
longs to Phi Sicma Sigma, social
sorority, Her husband's fraternity
is Phi Epsilon Pi
Parents Of the couple are Mr
and Mr- David N'oroff, 29i*) Sher-
idan Ave., Mrs Rose Miller of
Elkins Park. Pa and the late Al
-
bert W Miller
Goodkin Rites
In Fontainebleau
The <; 1 Lii Room Di the Fontaine
deau Hotel was the setting for
he nuptials uniting Fredelle Joy
Vussbaum, daughter ol Mr and
Mrs. Milton Nussbaum 6605 Alli-
son Rd and James Kenneth Good-
tin,
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
he evening ceremonj held Sun-
lay, June 7. which was followed
>y a reception. Parent- of the
iridegreom are Mr and Mr-. Carl
joodkin, 5055 Collins Ave.
Carrying white roses with a
-andlelight pean de son- gown ap
jliqued in alencon lace and seed
>earls. the bride was attended l>>
ier sister, Mrs. Charles Leoni
Bridesmaids included Wills Adel-
nan. Judy Lipkins, Carolyn Gold
ird Rosalind Merritt.
Carl Goodkin served as his son -
best man. Groomsmen were Steve
-here. Gary Laser. Jack Press,
Stan Lipkins. and Kenneth Re
;ant.
The bridegroom earned a B.A
It gree at the Universitj ol Miami
and is now enrolled in the L'nivei
iity's School 1 f Architecture He
- a past president ol Alp"
iilon Phi Fraternity, president ol
American Institute ol Architec
un'- St'uclei Chaj ter, and editor
I Tempo, the school magazine
Now in her junior year at the
L'niversitj ot Miami, Mrs 1
in is a graduate of Miami Bea< h
High and b< i n lo Alpha Ep
silon Phi Sorority
Following a honi mooi trip to
Europe, the couple will live
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MRS. NORMAN SCHWARTZ
Miss Jacobs Weds Norman Schwartz
Double ring candlelight nuptials
united the former Roberta Jacobs
and Norman Schwartz on SatuT-
day. June fi. with Rabbi Morton
Malavsky officiating The cere
mony at the Diplomat Countrj
Club was followed bj a reception
and formal dinner at the club
For the wedding, carried out in
blue and white, the bride selected
a traditional gown ol
lace with bell skirt slcevei to
wrist point and a Fitted
was fashi-med with a dctachabk
train and boat neck n
ed with seed pearls \
lace and seed pearl pilll
the four tiers of Frei
and orchids, stephar,".
1 he \alley decorati 1 ihi Bibl
he carried
Attending the bride wen
Philip Newman and Ml
Schwarti Best man to tl
xroom was his brothi
Schwarti, with In Stank-; Ja<
ubs, the bride's brother ...
Ncn-rnan serving as ushers
Daughter ol Mr. and \ir Rut>
and granddaughter of Mr- Fr
Rosenberg, the bride is a .rjc
uate of Miami Beach High and at
tended the University of Hum
and Dade Junior College
Her bridegroom is an insiu
ance agent with Inter-tat.- |,-f
and Accident Insurance CaCDPaOJ
Ol Miami and served in the I >
Ma?j He la a graduate of Norti
Miami Senior High and attended
Dade Junior College. His parent*
are Mr. and Mrs Max Scl
817 Meridian Ave.
After an extended hon
in Jamaica, the couple will :nak-
then home in Miami.
W.ii
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Zamora Women's luncheon
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tuna 12. 1964
Jewlst rkrMton
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C iV thai --ciiool is out. and
miner .- officially here.
-i question i>n every worn-
mind is, 'What .shall I
01 course, whore you
ting is the determining
as t" what eventualh
Hii the suitcase, but there
any other personal issues
lay an important role
tiorts in the tropics call
I fabrics, light colors and
..ear. and white dress
,i< acceptable in the re
reas, n you are traveling
e distant places, you may
ourself packing sweaters
rker colors, while leaving
white pumps at home
lie seems to be in accord
irins fabrics that are eas)
v .ml that also retain a
mi of wrinkles.
Arnold Rorok preters
-. especially the drip dry
s. She ictuses to buy the
jersey because she dlS-
the texture of the fabric.
Trudy Hamerschlag, on
i> her hand, insists that there
ins like jersey for travel
TH E Boroks haven't made final
| ans about their linal desti-
nation. Sometimes, they simph
get iito the car and just go. Her
. lotbes are well-planned because
-he knows they will travel some-
whei- where mformality is the
keyn te and the weather will be
warn She simply examines her
'.\arorobe and chooses two or
hree dresses that are her most'
coBafottabte ami for which she
alwa; I receives compliments.
-he -es beige as her base color
i si cessorizing. and works all
rest of her wardrobe around
It ining heavily toward orange
Town.
\ "tcran traveler. Mrs. Aaron
Kan has some practical advice
r. ghe suggests packing
and heavy items at the
n oi the suitcase but, she
cautions, don't waste the space
inside your shoes. Jewelry may
be wrapped ill tissue and lucked
in. or plastic jars i never com-
pletely tilled i may be enclosed
in small plastic bays to protect
them against accidental leakage.
These small items lit easily into
the inside of shoes.
If your destination is Europe,
then Mrs. Fair advises tucking
facial tissue into every avail-
able pocket, handbag, shoe, and
everywhere else you can tinci
space to carry it. Never ven-
ture out without an ample sup-
ply of the tissue in your hand-
bag, or the men in their pock-
ets.
* *
THE Martin Hochmans are
spending the summer at the
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Attache Motel in Hollywood. He
commutes to South Miami to bus-
iness, but she practically lues
at the pool. Swimsuits and
sportswear are obviously what
she shops for Mrs. Hochman
doesn't like to wear "just an-
other pair of slacks and Mouse,"
but chops for exciting color com
bination- and high styled sports-
wear One of her favorite en-
sembles is a brightly-colored
Mexican import. They dress for
dinner, but it isn't formala
few comfortable cotton- are worn
lor alter five, Since they both
enjoj dancing, she finds it nec-
essary to pack two or three
cocktail dresses
Packing light is another item
veteran traveler! agree on. Mrs.
Hen Essen's method is to coordi-
nate everything in black and
white. If she's in a resort area
the white is perfect; on other
occasions she use- the white for
accent. Both Mrs Essen and
Mrs. Hamerschlag pack ex
ceptionally lightly, because they
like to shop where they are trav ;
eling.
When they leave Miami, their'
suitcases are light; and when
they return they are usually
overweight, And speaking of
overweight, another bit of ad
vice everyone offers is to diet
before you go. Watch what yOO
eat, but enjoy the differently
prepared foods; then diet if nee
essary when you return home
Esbitt, Saslaw
Off to Jamaica
Now on a honeymoon trip to '
Jamaica, the former Shari Lenore,
S.-'slau and Richard Michael Es-
bitt were married at a late even- i
ing ceremony on Saturday. June j
6, at the Saxony Hotel, with Rab |
bl Morris Shop officiating.
For the wedding the bride chose
a floor-length gown of white peau
de >oie trimmed with pearls and
rosebud applique. A matching
beaded crown held a triple-tier ot
illusion.
Attending the bride were Mrs.
Barbara Moed. matron of honor.
Miss Candy Goodman. Miss Hazel
Cohen and Mrs. Maxine Levin.
Attending the groom were Harve>
Lcvinson, best man. Bob Cohen.
Roy flames and Jerry Saslaw.
The bride attends the Univer-
sity of Miami, where she is a sen-
ior majoring in education. She
i- a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
Sorority
The groom is currently employ
oi as an accountant for the Rone)
Plata Hotel He attended the
University of Miami, where he
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi Fraternity.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Saslaw,
8920 SW 51-t St.. and Mr and
Mrs. David R Esbitt. 6483 SW
25th St
After their honeymoon, the
couple will reside at 3900 SW "81 h
Ct
MM. lOStPH SITNICK
El Al Adds ;
Cameron to Staff
Capt. Leo Gardner, southeast
'egional sales manager for El Al
fsrael Airlines, announces the
issocialion of Ed Cameron as;
-ales representative with El Al. j
Cameron served as sales rcpre j
entative with Northeast, and I
-ales manager for Trans Con ;
.cental.
Cameron was born in Newark.
\ .1 but has been a resident of
liami for the past 20 years. He
ompleted his formal education at
he University of Miami with a
legree in the field of education.
He has the distinction of hav-
ing been the captain of the uni-
.ersity's tootball team when it de-
feated Holy Cross in the 1946
Orange Bowl game, the last Bowl
hampionship to date for Miami.
"Cameron brings with him to
SJ Al the drive, ability and initia
i\e in the best American tradi
ion. as well as a host of friend;
m the travel industry which he
has cultivated in over 15 years
if activity in air transportation."
apt. Gardner declared.
Miss Retskin
Weds Physician
Wearing a bridal suit of white
aiencon lace. Elena Marion Ret-
skin was married to Dr. Joseph
Louis Sitnick at the Pub Restau-
rant on Saturday. June i>
Cantor Sheldon Kodner officiat-
ed at the ~i o'clock ceremony,
which wa- followed by a dinner
in the restaurant and a reception
at the home ot the bride's par-
cel-. Mr and Mrs. Harold Ret-
skin. 5028 Maggiore.
Attending the bride were Eileen
Singer and Judy Newman. Serv-
ing the bridegroom were his broth-
er, Asher Sitnick. best man, Wil-
liam Retskin. the bride's brother,
Daniel S. Miller and Dr. David J.
Singer, ushers
A graduate of Southwest High,
Mrs. Ret-kin is a junior at Jack-
I son Memorial Hospital School of
I Nursing. She is a member of
Tsion BBG.
Dr. Sitnick did his undergrad-
uate work at the University of
Pennsylvania and received his
medical degree from its School of
Medicine. He served his intern-
ship at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Miami
Beach, and has completed tw i
years of surgery at Jackson Mem-
orial Hospital- He is a member
of Alpha Omega Alpha, medical
honorary.
The newlyweds will live in Phil-
adelphia, where Dr. Sitn.ck will
complete his residency in surgery
al the Albert Einstein Medical
tenter, and Mrs. Sitnick will com-
plete her education in the Cen-
ter's School of Nursing.
Later this summer, they will
honeymoon in Canada.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Betty Sitnick and the late*
saak Sitnick, ot Philadelphia
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Temple Beth Sholom Installs Snetman
As President at 21st Annual Meeting
H < oer-Ka.hu
MRS. RICHARD LEWIS
Evening Rites For
Lewis, Neidich
\n evening ceremony united the
mer Marilyn Neidioh, daughter
l)r and Mrs Sol Neidich, of
Beaufort, S.C., and Richard
Lewis, son id Mr and Mrs
irvin W. Lewis. 7100 Sunset Dr.
tabbi Leon Kronish officiated
the Thursday. Juno A. nuptials
1 it Temple Beth Sholom where
eception followed.
ow honeymooning in Nassau,
. couple will live al 6772 SW
St
For the wedding, the bride se
ted a white satin gown with
U skirl and full chapel train
-limned with bateau neckline.
Ig sleeves and a midritl em-
oidered with pearl- She car-
d white orchids and stephanotis
"anged on a prayer book.
Jakl of honor was Miss Linda
iJdich. with Phyllil Levine.
tanne Pallot an le serving as bridesmaids.
The bridegroom was attended
Martin Gallant, best man.
nneth Lewis. Donald Lewis,
-phei Perry and Emanuel
ndsman. usher-
\ senior at the University ol
ami. Mrs. Lewis is a member
Sigma Delta Tail Sorority and
llel Foundation. Her husband.
graduate of Dartmouth, is now
'sending the University of Miami
w School. He is a member of
i Alpha Delta, legal fraternity.
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Kenneth Myers, Democratic
minee lor State Legislature in
oup 5. i- drafting a comprc-
n-ive mental health bill which
II create a Department of Men-
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n conjunction with this, he is
iking with the State Legisla-
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Louis F. Snetman, of 4590 Prairie
Ave., was formally installed as
President of Temple Beth Sholom
at the 2lst annual congregational
dinner installation meeting last
week. Snetman replaces James
M. Albert, who served is presi-
dent of the congregation for three
years
Installed lor the second year as
presidents ol the Sisterhood and
the PTA were Mrs Lee Levin and
Mrs. Sanford Levine. respectively
installed as president ol the Bio-
therhood was Jack B. Shapiro, suc-
ceeding Dr. Harry E. Wolk. who
served as Brotherhood president
for the past two years.
Installing officers were itahbi
Sanford Seltzer, executive director
of the Southeast Council of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and Kabbi Leon Kro-
nish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Among features of the installa-
tion were the presentation of the
Sisterhood's annual Vearbook-Cal-
endai Journal b) Mrs Ethel Sha-
piro, who was installed as Sister-
no finani ial secretarj and
who was responsible for the pub
lication 11 the book Another lea
ture was the presentation of tlu
Temple Beth Sholom Endowment
Fund Booklet by Judge Harrj At
thur Greenberg, a past president ol
the Temple and chairman ol Beth
Sholom's newly-founded Endow-
ment Fund.
In recognition of Beth Sholi tn's
"coming-ol ag< a pro-ram en
titled "The Generations of Beth
Sholom,' prepared by Mrs J. Ber-
nard Spector, who was installed
for the second time a- a vice pres-
ident ol Sisterhood, was presented
by the following members of the
Temple Thespian- and J u n i 0 r
Choir: Esther Commanday. Bea
Mersel, Jeffrey Granoff, Shelly
Jonas, Alice Lee. Evan Leslie S.un
Rudt. Wendy Schmelzer. Anna
Jane Spector. J Bernard Spector.
Leon linger, Ethel Wolk. Cantoi
David Conviser
Newly-elected president of Temple Beth Sholom and Rabbi
Leon Kronish at the 21st annual congregational dinner last
week at the Temple Auditorium. Leit to right aie lack B,
Shapiro, president of Brotherhood; Mrs. Sanford Lever.e. re-
elected president of PTA; Rabbi Kronish, spiritual leader ot
Beth Sholom; Mrs. Leo Levin, reelected Sisterhood president,
and Louis F. Snetman. newly-elected president of Temple
Beth Sholom.
W.I 11- I k'.ilill
MRS. JAY BERCMAM
Peau de Soie For
Mrs. Bergman
In Evening Rites
The Algiers Hotel was the set
ting for the Saturday night wed-
ding 'if Nancy Hariret Erenburg
and Jay Barrie Bergman on June
6. with Rabbi Henry B Wernick
oificiating. Ceremony was fol-
lowed by a reception in the hotel
Attended by her sister. Joyce
Erenburg, the groom's sister.
Mona Bergman, the bride wore a
princess-style gown of silk-laced
pcau de soie with a chantilly lace
bodice dotted with sequins and
seed pearls. The cascading bou-
quet was made up of white or-
chids and stephanotis.
The bride's brother served as
hi -t man, and ushers included
Stewart Solomon. Larry Sokolow
Dave Sok >low. Marvin (iro.-sman
and Bill Polansky
Daughter of Mr and Mrs
Emanuel Kaplan, the bride grail
rated from Miami Senior High,
attended Dade Count) Junior Col
lege and earned a degree at the
Florida College of Medical Tech
nolog>. She is a member of Thes-
pians, Civinettes, ami Future
Nurses of America.
Now associated with Alexan-
der Carpet Co of Coral Gables,
the bridegroom is a graduate ol
.Miami Senior High and i- a mem-
ber of the Air Force Reserve.
His parent- are Mr. and Mrs Sam
Bergman, !250 SW 58th Ter
On their return from a honey
moon at Tamarack Lodge in New
York, the couple will live in the
Winward Garden Apartments, No,
Miami Beach,
Trim Look Will
Feature Meeting
Of Or Olom Unit
Mrs Albert Solo, program chair
man for Sisterhood ol Temple or
Olom, B75S SW 16th SI announced
this week that the program tor
this month's meeting on June 18
will be "The New LookA Turn
mer Vou "
The public i- invited.....
general meetings held the third
Thursday evening of each month,
8:30 p m at Temple Or Olom's
Social Hall.
Mrs, Hank Schueler. president
ol Trim Club and corresponding
secretary for Dieter's Association
of Southern Florida, will conduct
the program, giving a demonstra
tion of '"Static Tension Exer-
cises."
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Murray Mandel. hostess
chairman and her committee
Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, executive director. Southeast Council.
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Rabbi Leon Kron
k-h, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. Mr. and Mrs. Irving B
Kaplan, who were chairmen of the 21st annual congregational
dinner, and James M. Albert, outgoing president, at the din-
ner in the Temple Auditorium. Rabbi Seltzer was installing
officer.
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Page 11-E
Beth David Picks
Max Silver As
New President
by over 300 mini
tollowing officers and
were u mini-
Silver; vice
Beer. Manuel
\i ih< 52nd annual meeting of
Beth David ('onKrenation, which
vas attended
bers, ih"
Board of Wrectora
inousl) elected:
President, Max
r sidents, Albert J.
Lubel, Herachel Roaentnal, Phillip
Siluif and Robert Traurig; treas-
urer, Marry Simons; assistant
i, isurer, Frank A. Rose; finan-
cial secretary, Seymour Friend;
and recording secretary, Henry
Kamen.
Board of Directors, elected are
lavid Alterman, OscJr Argintar,
v.,in Badanes, Maurice Daunt,
Kmmer. Mr< Uen Kazcr.
Mayers, Robert Purisch,
Henry Ro^engarten. Lawrence
Si u it Mrs. Louis Seillin. Mendel
Gus Shaw, Nathan Spiegel-
lerome Stern. Samuel Trail
ig, Murray Turetsky. Phillip
haw, William Warsbaw, Sid-
i> Weiner, William Welner, Jer-
ime Weinkle and William Wein-
I .Hill.
Incumbents are Charles Add
mm. Morris Atkins. Benjamin
leek, Harold Berke, Michael Cov-
n Harry Cypen, Nathan Davidow,
ley Davidson, Walter Falk,
Lawrence Peinberg, Robert
rhk Herbert Frame, Judge
Mitchell Goldman, Leonard Gor-
Maurice llyman. Lion K;ip
Abraham Kasow, Maurice
Kellni r, Theodore Lomaskin, Leo
M ndlin, Fred Ossip, Samuel Os-
row sky. Arthur Pekelner. Alex
Phillips, Joseph Post. Sidney Pot-
n, Samuel Puder. Joseph A. Ray-
i-. Meyer Robbins. Kdward Saf-
er, Frederick Scher, Bert Sher,
Stanley Spieler. Charles Z. Spin
-:irn. Edward Swerdlin, David
t gent, Leonard Wolf.
Members of the Board of Trus-
leea are Samuel J Spector, chair-
man. Sidney M. AronovitZ, Harry
\uyust. Murray ('. Cohen. Judge
\lbert Dubbin. John Feller. I In
\ Cordon. Louis Heiman. Sam
lerman, [sadore Herskowltz, Max
cobson, Sidney Lefcourt, Harry
Markowitz, Stanley (.' Myers, Al-
ert Quadow, Phillip schiif. Jacob
sher, Harry Simons. Kmanuel
smith, Julius Spector, Bernard A
ling, Lewis Sternshein and
Nat Zalka.
attendance at the annual con-
Licgational meeting was the larg-
-t in the history of Beth David
\ social hour followed New Host
ed Hostess Corps is under the di-
ection of Charles Z. Spingarn.
hairman of the Membership
nimittee.
MAX SIIVIR
Mona Lisa Room
In Top Repute
The Mona Lisa Room of the
Eden Roc Hotel has distinguish
eu itself in two ways it menu
is .m extravaganza ol gourmet
specialty s, and it is one "l the
favorite haunts of visiting cele
brities
Since its inception, il has e irn
ed an international reputation tor
cuisine, a famous wine cellar, and
an atmosphere that Phyllis Mc-
Guire once described as making
all women look beautiful,
Service is flawless with a Con-
tinental flair. The Mona Lisa
Saturday night galas are especial
ly popular with dancing to two
orchestras, and each night Miami
Reach's romantic baladeer. Herb
George, adds his songs to the spell
Ol the roomST.
Miami Girl Gets
Temple Award
Linda Mandel. ol 1921 SW 18th
Avc Miami. ha< graduated from
a two year course in Oral Hygiene
at Temple University.
She will participate this week in
general university graduation ex-
ercises at Philadelphia's Conven-
tion Hall. Her certificate of grad-
uation will be presented at a
luncheon at the Belle\ ue-Stratlord
Hotel by Miss Ruth M. Heck, sup-
ervisor of Temple's School of Oral
Hj giene.
Miss Mandel is the daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mandel.
She is a graduate of Miami Sen-1
ior High School, and attended
Dade Junior College.
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Local Lodges Set For District Convention in Durham
Kli Hurwitz. president of the
B'nai Drith Council of South
Florida Lodges, announce that the
District Grand Lodge 5 B'nai
R'rith 88th annual convention in
Dm ham. N.C., June 21 to 24. will
have representation from all
lodges comprising the Council.
The delegates will represent
Coral Gables Ledge, Leo L. Stein-
nian. president; Freedom Lodge,
Charles J. Kossove. president;
Gilbert .1 IJalkin Lodge, Hubert
.1 Friedman, president; Harmony
Lodge, Bernard Langberg, presi-
dent; liatikvah Lodge, Ellison R. j
Kossolf. president; Hollywood
Sunrhine Lodge. Leon Dickoff,
president.
Judea Lodge. Harry M. Rosen.
president; He-Ami Lodge. Bert S.
Brown, president; Miami Beach
Lodge, Gerald Schwartz, presi-
dent; North Dade Lodge. Murray
E. Hersh. president; North Shore
Lodge, Jack A. Burstein. presi-
dent; Sholem Lodge. Marvin
Pea rim an, president; South Dade
Lodge. Mark R. Rubin, president; workshop* with the B'nai B'i h
West Miami Lodge, George H. Women.
Fish, president: Ft. Lauderdale .... ...
,,..,, In addition to electing all i
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The Convention Committee this ills clci'< delegates to the K i-
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Friday. June 12. 196'
Five receive awards at graduation exercises as honor stu-
dents of the ninth grade graduating class at the Hebrew Acad-
emy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy,
presents, medals to the honorees (left to right) Irene Malavsky,
Maxine Zisguit, Sol Weiss, Stanley Gliksman and Robert Stein.
700 At Graduation Exercises for Hebrew
Academy as Top Students Win Awards
"Just as you have been taking
and preparing for tests through-
out >our schooling so Hlust you
be prepared to lace the many
ti>ts which you will encounter in
life. We are certain that the
basic training you have received
in the Hebrew Academy has pre-
pared you to pass the test of life
as gloriously as you have passed
your academic examinations.*'
This was part of the message
delivered by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the Hebrew-
Academy, before a capacity au-
dience of more than 700 people it
the graduation of the Hebrew
Academy's ninth grade on Wed-
nesday evening.
Irene Malavsky, Robert Stein,
Stanley Gliksman, Maxine Zis-
quit and Solomon Weiss were the
*ive top honor students.
Other awards were The .tew.
ish Floridian Journalism award
to Maxine Zisquit: Altimni-Midot
Tovot Award to Solomon Weiss;
Max Silverberg Sportsmanship
Award to Israel Porusb.
The American Lemon God and
Country Award went to Robert
Stein, Stanley Gliksman was cit-
ed t<>r schi larship and Israel Ho-
rn.- i for athletu -
The North Shore Optimist
E holarship tward was presented
to Irene Malavsky Chairman of
the evening was Mark Bunim,
The invocation was delivered
by Maxim Corndorf and the ben-
ediction by Sandra Ehrenreich.
The Shalom, Welcome Address,
was presented by Solomon Weiss.
Diplomas were distributed by
Rabbi Morris L. Horoviti, assist-
ant principal, and Alexander
Moscovits, chairman of the
Board of Education.
Class trophies for the ninth
grade graduating class were pre-
sented by David Abrams and
Jonathan Geiger. Presentation of
the class gift was made to Louis
Merwitzcr, president of the Acad-
emy, by Barry Benenfeld.
The first copy of "Chaverim."
the senior class yearbook, was
presented to Rabbi Grata by Marc |
Sommer. business editor.
A Bible reading from the Book
ot Proverbs was offered by Eva i
Woohlfarth in Hebrew and Gary'
Hesnick in English.
A specially-written script call-
ed "The Jew, Israel and Torah,"
was presented by Maxine Zis-
quit, Thomas Weiss, Robin Zel-
kowitz, Ira Oster and Stanley
Gliksman.
Farewell speeches were made
by Robert Stein in Hebrew and
Irene Malavsky in English.
Portions of the Mikado were
presented by the Academy choir
under the direction of Miriam
Donnet.
The announcement of awards
w as made by Rabbi Gross.
Summer Tops'
Open Sunday
Under Solomon
Relaxing concert music will be
conducted by Izler Solomon on
Sunday at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium in the first of the Miami
Beach Symphony Summer "Pops"
-erics. James Streem is guest
pianist Sunday night in this 14th
season, directed by Barnett Bree-
skin and managed by Ernest Sil-
verman,
Concert goers will hear Solomon
londuct the Overture to "Ross-
Ian and Ludmilla." Glinka: Little
Fugue in G Minor, Bach-Calliet:
"Saturday Night, a Barn Dance,
Sanders; Polka and Fugue from
"Schwanda the Bagpiper," Wein-
berger; Prelude to "Die Meister-
singer," Wagner; Rakoczy March
from "Damnation ot Faust." Her
lioz: Polonaise from "Eugen One-
gin." Tchaikowsky; and selections
from "West Side Story." Bern-
stein-Son dheim.
Guest pianist Streem will play
the Liszt Concerto in E flat.
Solomon, who has conducted the
New York Philharmonic, the
Houston, the BBC in London, the
Cincinnati Symphony, Chicago
.symphony, Israel Philharmonic
and the Philadelphia Orchestra,
first appeared here 10 years ago
when he conducted the Symphony
of the Air.
Subscriptions and single concert
sales are in progress for Sum-
mer "Pops." and subscriptions
may be purchased through the of-
fice of the Miami Beach Sym-
phony, 1140 Alton Rd.. or at Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Cedars Names
Patient Counselor
Sanford K. Bronstein. a,imini>-
'ralor of Cedar> oj Lebanon Hos
pltal, announces the app<>'ii'meni
of Mrs Jacqueline Dale "or the
newly-formed position ot patient
relations counselor.
Mis Dale will visit eve:-y pat-
ii nt throughout her worki ;; day
nid act as liaison between the ail
ministration of the nqspital and
the patients.
Her most recent experieno
v as as social director and ,:..
relations counselor for t P
metto Convalescent Home, h this
capacity. >he counseled path
and their families and
ocial and cultural progr
hem,
MRS. JACQUlllNl DAlf
Harmony Lodge
Meets Quota
Ben Mazur, 49. motel owner in
Key West, this week became the
120th member ot Harmony Lodge,
successfully culminating the mem
bcrship goal of 120 set only four
months ago as a tribute to the
120th anniversary of B'nai B'rith.
Mazur who. with his wife Ruth.
live at Duval and South Sts.. south
ernmost point in Key West, enjoys
the distinction of being the south-
ernmost resident in the I'.S.
Harmony Lodge meetings are
held the first Monday of each
month. 8 p.in in the USY Hall of
Both Torah Congregation. Pre>
ident is Bernard I-angbcrg.
Farband Plans
Boat Ride Here
Members Ol '.' Ben :rnn- i
David Bliss. Lebediker an
Zion Branches : F.irh.r I, I hi
Labor Zionist Order, will ipen I
u day on the luxurious ream
Boat In a cruise Sunday. .
starting from Plea B, "...
Yacht Basin, at 9:30 a m.
The committee in chargi
rangements has prepared ;ames
folk-singing, reading, and :
dancing. There will be >and
for music.
The Farband flag will f. from
the Dream Boat, which is schedul-
ed for a one-hour st^p for light
seeing in Ft. Lauderdale.
Vice president. Oscar SSapiro
is in charge of :h function foi
Lebediker Branch. *hich nuni
ben some 400 members.
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Jjar w.
II-'
hel< .
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lein,
an
Shi
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choc
ddu-
I
Judith Bernstein
iitzvah of Judilh Bernstein
place on Saturday. Juno
temple Beth Am. with Rab
rt Baumgard and Cantor
Kodner officiating.
I .,- Mitzvah is the daugh-
and Mrs. Barney Bern-
004 S\V 64th PI.. So.
na-. completed seventh
South Miami Junior High
and will be honored at
following the ceremony
ception later in the even-
r
Joel Holtrman
Fred Pearlman
\ aie service will be held
I- !< N'er Tamid on Satur-
> n nine, June 13. when Joel
li/- i and Fred I'earlman
their Bar Mitxvahs.
ene Labovitz will of-
nd Kri-d. both not relat
ke twins Their relation
back to then Infancy,
ir parents, who have liv-
a community some Hi
;% both children to everj
J aMriidrcl
being wheeled together
k to their later activities
all players and bowling,
. Fred have since been
i wi\ -, ii-, o( the word
tin Mr and Mrs
Itxman tslm Noremac
.1 .< -on ol Mr an.I
muel B I'earlman. 1260
lid. The) will honor
ir children .a a joint recep
;i i Saturday evening
Km a student of Templi
cr Ti lid Religious School and
N'auti Junior High Joel bum



attends Ner Tamid Religious
School and Nautilus.
Kenneth Schwartx
Rabbi Daniel Lou \ will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth
Steven Schwartz on Friday even-
ing, June 12. at Temple Sinai of
North Dade.
Kenneth is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Schwartz. He at-
tended Temple Sinai's Religious
School for the past four years and
has completed seventh grade at
North Miami Junior High, where
he is an honor student.
He exhibited a mathematics
project in the South Florida
1 Science Fair at Dinner Key Au-
ditorium this year, and was nomi-
nated for a summer scholarship
oi the National Science Founda-
tion.
Reception and buffet dinner
will be held by his parents in
their son's honor on Saturday even-
ing at their home. 190 NE 134th
si No Miami. Out-of-town guests
will include Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Tutaauer, Mr. and Mis Murray
Bennett, and Mr and Mrs. Mar
tin K.i". aunts and uncles ol the
liar Mitzvah
Rose Breitbart
Rose Lynn Breitbart, daughter
o; Mr and Mrs Bernard Breit-
bart will become Bars Mitzvah on
r idaj i'. niti June 12, during
services oi Beth Moshe Congre
al in i.'i Rabbi Simon April
i 'ai tor Hyman Fein official
Tho Bas Mitzvah will conducl
'ke tradil oi i \ ees ami chanl
:.. Haft ii '< She is a student
.; Beth Moshe Hebrew School and
attends Thomas Jefferson Junior
High School
Rose Lynn's grandparents, \li
end Mrs .lark Bteitbact, oi Mi-
ami and Itaheville, N.Cf and Mr
Judilh Bernstein Kenneth Schwartz
and languages. He is vice presi- grade. Football is his favorite
dent of his class and has been a sport, and he enjoys rearing small
Junior Olympics winner for the animals
past ^hrce years. .
!*p or will be held at the Singapore Temple'Menorah will be the
Hotel on Saturday at 7 p.m site (lf lhe Bar Mit7van Gf Peter
[lies on Saturday morning, June
Roger Stern ,- with Rabbi lMaver Abramowitz
Bar Mitzvah of Royer Lee Stern, officiating.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Stern, will take place at Beth of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hies, 1023
David Congregation on Saturday 7!)th St. He is a student in the
morning. June 13. with Rabbi Temple Religious School and at-
Norman N. Shapiro officiating. tends Nautilus Junior High.
Roger plays clarinet in the' Buffet reception in his honor
school band of Shenandoah Junior will be held at home on Sunday,
High, where he is in the seventh from 1 to 6 p.m.
fret Pearlman
Joel Holliman
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OUR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7
Under the Personal Guidance
ol Off. IffVIMC ItHKMAN
and Direction of
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Histor, Instructor and
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!
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FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS
DRAMATICS-SINGING
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WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE
and Mrs. M. Lewis, of Miami,
will attend the services.
A party in her honor will be
held on Sunday, June 21
Michael Wolf
Michael Howard Wolf will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services, June 13. of
Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi
Jonah F. C apian will officiate
Son nt Mr, and Mrs Kurt Wolf.
:>9i NE 180th Dr., No. Miami
Beach, he is a seventh grader at
i' hn F Kennedy Junior High
School.
Michael excels in mat hematics
: plays saxophone in the school
H.- brother, Dennis, 15,
i'l lie i n i I the e\ening be
.. ;;i- sisters. Lillian 5 and
Barbara I. a- well a- his maternal
and paternal grandparents, will
attend the ceremony,
Kiddush reception will follow
the service
Michael Schiff
Temple Menorah was the site
ot the Car Mitzvah ol Michael
Schiff. sun ol Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton C. Schiff, 68(50 Abbott Ave.. on
Saturday morning, June 6. Kali
In Mayer Abramowitz officiated.
Michael is a student in the Re-
ligious School of the Temple and
attends Nautilus Junior High
Kiddush followed the services.
and a formal reception will be
held in Michael's honor on June
27 in New York
s ft
Herbert Suskin
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
otficiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol
Herbert Suskin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Suskin. 1166 Bay Dr.
on Saturday. June 13. at Temple
Menorah.
Herbert attends Temple Men
orah Religious School and sev-
enth grade at Nautilus Junior
High, where he excels 111 science
;
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Irvin Montgomery,
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Friday. June 12. 1964
Florida JWV Slated to Convene in Tampa;
Former University President to be Feted
"he 18th annual convention ol
State Department of Florida.
tvisb w ar Veterans <>f the Unit
States, "ill bo held In Tampa
.in June L2 through 14
Representatives ol the IS Flor-
. a posts "ill oonvene at the In-
national Inn to discuss the
ar's progress and eleel now of-
lit ars.
Jomniandcr Km an ml Mandcl,
.:i>;.:_ commander, will in1 hon-
(I ;\\ ,i banquet on Saturday
hi
During the main convention
meeting on Sunday, greetings and
reports will bo given by the 4th
Region commander, Ralph Gross-
man, and national executive coiii-
mitteeman, lrvin Steinberg.
National Commander Daniel
Neal Heller, in Israel at the
time, will address the conven-
tion via tape-recording. Con-
vention chairman is Ainslee R.
Ferdie, who announced this
week that Commander Mandel
will present Dr. Ellwood C
Nance with a plaque in recog-
nition of his accomplishments
a& an author, educator and vet-
eran.
ce, former president ol
i itj oi Tampa, will
i n "Our Incomplete^ Mis
..i the commander banquet
- irdi j nit.in
Ri poi i- ,\ill include discussioi
( ral ification ol the c;> nocide
Convention* from Abe Marcus, vol-
untaiv sen loo- ai ihe Veterans
Hospital from Nat Brown, and
others
Some 150 delegates are expect-
ed to attend from Dado and Brow-
ard Counties,
Aramore
AR. AND AW. MAJHtW POLAK
Polaks to Mark
50th Anniversary
;t will be a 50th anniver-ary
idon wedding ooloiration for
Mr, and Mrs. Mathew Polak.
The couple, who reside at 305
v i. Coconut Ln.. Palm Island.
. d Brooklyn. N.V.. will mark the
easion at the Doral Country
il> on Sunday. June 21,
rhey are the parents of ^Ir>.
'i l'. ill. of Mi.,mi Beach, and
S j mi i P ilak, of New York
Sunshine Pontiac Cited
hine Pontiac, Inc 6701 So
ha: receivi
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HAVE A GETAWAY VACATION
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Emma Lazarus Mooting
Emma Lazarus Chapter ol B'nai
B'rith Women will tneel Tuesday,
ui e 23, k p in at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn
1234 Washington Ave Guest speak
cr will be a member ol the stafl
i Southern Bell Telephone Co
New Policy At
Doral Lounge
Starting on Sunday, the i>ral
Beach Hotel Shell Lounge intro-
duces a new entertainment policy
thai puts a now star act or dance
show on stage each evening ol the
H eek
Monday. Friday. Saturday and
Sunday nights feature U> -w
showtime curtain, with popular
club date personalities such as
Paul Grey, George Hopkins. Na-
poloan Kood. Cius Van on stage
Tuesdaj night Htids the ever-
popular Champagne Dance Con-
test, featuring Chester Bennett
lid hi- dancers, and Thursday
I rings the Mambo Jamboree
starring the top dnnce Instructors
....... Beach Wi dnesdaj even
out tin seven night i
icU show policy bj st irring Sue
aw i '"''
ured vocahsl 17 -tone- up in I
i ral with Mai Malkin and his
Starlight R ol Orchestra
'l h shoii Lounge musii is pro
\ ided by Luis \ arona an I his j
i Latin rhythms
The Shell's summer polic> ol no
cover-no minimum, except on Sat-
urday, Stays in elteel with this
>tepped-up summer program S.T
New Norton Store Going Up ')
Norton Tire Company's nev
stare at nf it>3rd st and
Ave.. is now one-third compli
ttift In early July target di
opening set by President \
Pallot. The 10.000 sq f| facility
will provide complete mini; :
brake and front-end servic<
I eature the most modern and
lodate installation equipmeni
Bar Mitzvah
Award Presented
Stephen Curtiss Shenkman has
won the Modalion Award ol Ti n
pli Or Olom for being the
Bar Mitzvah ol the Year
Stephen was Bar Mitzvah
(Horn on Maj !. with Rabbi S
uel April officiating
I he aw ard was presei
n by Cant' Gi
bn ught
Israel
In a lettei lo -' i
parents, Mr and Mn
S i r kman, ol 1600 SM
award eites the yot I m tin
basis of In- i
Mitzvah plus exceUenci ki
bavior and cooperation, as v/<
as scholastic performanci in Hi
brew School
golfer's
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Olympic outdoor and indoor pools, fishing, shulfleboard, coffee shop and cafeteria.
Championship golf course Low rental electric caddy carts a Driving rang* and practice
putting green 1/4 mile of private, sandy beach Kitchenette suites for low-budget family
holiday, too Social director and children's counsellor Planned entertainment for your
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Friday. June 12. 1964
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Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Mrs. Eshkol shown upon their
arrival at Philadelphia International Airport on El Al Israel
Airlines plane. The Prime Minister was greeted at the airport
by Philadelphia Mayor James Tate (left) and accompanied
by Shimon Peres, Deputy Minister of Defense (center).
(HANK NANKIN
Nankin Elected
Optimist Chief
Prank Nankin, Miami Beach
isinesa executive, has been elect
lieuteant governor ot Optimist
i ternational and will take office
July 1.
\~ lieutenant governor. Nankin
iperviSC the activities of the
! ve Optimist Clubs in Zone 13
posed Of the Beach area
He is also active in other civic
ifairs, and is presently Deputy
: of the Surf side Volunteer
Department. He is also a
mber of the Planning and Zon-
Board of the Town ot Sun
ltd just completed a term
Is chairman.
Workmen's Circle
Installs Officers
Branches 1050 of Miami and 1058
of Miami Beach, Workmen's Cir-
cle, held their installation dinner
lance on Sunday in the Algiers
Hotel.
Max Gleiberman, Florida's direc-
tor for 1064-63, was guest speaker,
He gave a capsule report* of the
May meeting of the Workmen's
Circle National Board ol Directors
in New York City.
Max Greenbeug, master of cere-
monies for the evening, read a let-
ter from Rep Claude \ Pepper,
who was unable t<. attend, com-
mending the efforts oi the Work-
men's Circle "'m trying to bring
about a better world and countr\
for all."
Edward T. Newman installed
Branch 1050 Chairman. Harry
Sehuldiner. vice chairman. Flor-
ence Grossman; financial secre-
tary, l'la Poston; treasurer. Paul
Goldhagen; recording secretary.
Eva Isaacs; corresponding secre-
tary. Ruth Sehuldiner; and hospi-
taler. Bee Harris.
The following are the officers
for Branch 1059: Chairman. Max
Greenberg; lirst vice chairman.
Irv Baclnou. second vice chair-
man; Hairs Mildner; financial sec-
retary. Murray Gold; treasurer.
Pauline Mildner; recording and
correspondence secretary. Lea
Greenberg; social secretary, Judj
Durst
The loo quests heard greetings
from representatives of the other
branches in Greater Miami
Pumpernik's
Is Automated
Installation ol three major
piece- "i automated equipment at
Pumpernik's Restaurant in Miami
Beach was announced this week
1} co-owners Charley Bookbinder
and Charlie l.mksnian.
I'/sbmel/l/agan
Honors Special
ramijy Occasions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with a basket of gifts...
nd friendly greetings from reli-
gious, civic, and business leaders
of our community when your
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birth of a new baby,
or moves to a new home.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones a:
source of very real
comfort to alL
When the occasion arises, phone
HI 8-4994
Rabbi's Father,
Abraham Skop,
Passes at 88
Memorial services for Abraham
Louis Skop. of HI28 SW 3<)th Ter..
will be held throughout the week
at the home ot his son. Rabbi
Morris A skop. at 3511 Riviera
Dr.
Mr. Skop. 8K. lived for many
years in Cleveland, O.. and Or-
lando, Fla., before moving to
Miami seven years ago. He was
;:n Orthodox Jew, versed in Jew-
ish literature, hiving memorized
most of the Rible and many chap-
ter ot the Talmud.
He was versed in six languages,
speaking and reading Russian,
Yiddish. Polish. English, German,
and Aramaic. For many years,
he was an active merchant in re-
tail menswfear, and was a mem
her of the Zionist Organization,
B'nai B'rith in Orlando, the Min-
vonaires, and Temple Beth Shiran.
Survivors in addition to Rabbi
Skop. include David and Miriam
Skop. of Miami; Arthur, of Tam-
pa; Mrs. Al Rutberg, of Orlando;
eight grandchildren, and two
great-grandchildren.
Joseph Richter
Passes Away, 82
Longtime Miamian Joseph A.
Richter, jewelry store owner, died
June 4 at his borne in the Crystal
House in Miami Beach. He was
82.
Mr. Richter came from Balti-
more in 1923 and opened a small
jewelry store in the Halcyon Ar-
cade. This became the Richter
Jewelry Co.. at 160 E, Flagler St.
In recent years, he was semi-re-
tired,
In 1933, Mr. Richter bought
the Whitman Hotel in Miami
Beach, renaming it the Robert
Richter after a son killed dur-
ing World War II. He sold the
hotel last year.
Among his many contributions
to organizations, Mr. Richter
gave S10.000 to the University of
Miami.
Surviving are his wife. Eva; two
sons, Alvin and Daniel; a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Shirley Landwirth; and
it grandchildren
In charge of funeral services
was Riverside MVmorial Chapel.
Truck Accident
Kills Youth, 16
A truck accident near McRae.
Ga., killed Benjamin Rosoff. 16.
who died Tuesday
The youth, who lived with his
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs
Leon Rosoff, at 51112 SW 87th PL,
was mi his way to North Caro-
lina when the accident occurred.
lie attended Southwest Miami
High School, ami was a member
of National Honor Society and the
bchool band. He was also man-
ager ot the basketball team.
In addition to his parents, he is
survived by a brother. Saul; sis-
ter. Gail; ami his grandparents.
Mr and Mrs. Isidore Zwecken-
baum.
Services were Wednesday after-
noon at Gordon Funeral Home
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IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* in v. l.\ given 'hiii 1 have
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1 i-ii'iliiiiii.n nml Phinl Dlachnriri a*
Executor ol the entati of 1.II.MAN
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63391 C
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NOTICE UNDER
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF TH =
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6207
CHERRY WHITE,
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1 By: 1. SNEEDRN,
Deputy Clerk
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12 Lincoln Rd.. .Miami Beach, I" 1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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No. 63391-C
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6384
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLOR'DA IN PROBATE
No. 63351 C
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Friday -ne 12. 1964 +Je*lst rtcrlcttati Page 3-A Eshkol and LBJ Confer in Whirlwind Talks w A.-1 Seaton is presented duate's Tallis at • .. S< moinii.q serv, pie Menorah. 0 is qraduatinq Beach Hiqh k will be leavinq for 'Jollege. His parents. Di. and Mrs. Samuel D. eld, present him the Tallis to send him off with the of his faith. ler Tamid Opens lember Drive VI a Luakfast meeting in Skiar lAuriitorium > Temple Ner Tanud. 1964-65 membership campaign •ilaunch£& Rabbi Eugene ovitz, spiritual leader of the h' iipie, who is heading the cam buign t: la year, announced that [tin' goal will be 200 additional |.imiliei Memberof the committee are llorria Charlip, Mr. and Mrs. Louii Cohen. Mrs. Henrietta Fine. I ,i KiiKgold. Mr. and Mrs. Her" HI Frank. Mrs. Harriet Gel ler. I irr> Glazer. Adolph (irevnbaum. |'rs, JaiK Creenberg. Sam Greenfld. Lows liu-.-li. Harr>' HolUan, Dr Michael Horwitz. Harry wits, Joseph Kahn, Max Katz, arry L eberman, Mr. and Mrs, muel B Peariman, Han Piver, \ Raskin, Dale Regent, Albert erg, Isidore Schachter, top Schwartz. Joseph Silver\i:. BMB Tubin, Mrs Sadie to&es Wolf, Dr. Samuel • s ioscph Zeman. : iMurray A Shaw. the congregation, and Zarctskj. chairman oi NEW YORK (.ITA) Israel's determination to build a better society and its willingness to help resolve the Middle East disputes were convey, ed by Premier Levi Eshkol U> President Johnson and a uule variety of other American leaders in a whirlwind round of conferences and public appear ai.ro tin-week. In the first official visit by an Israeli Premier on invitation by %  an American President, Mr. Eshkol met with President Johnson in a long and friendly discussion In a joint communique issued at the end ol ihe talks. PresidentI .lohn-ini reaffirmed United States support for the territorial in tegrity and political independence all countries in the Middle East and •the firm opposition ol the l nited States to a igression and the use ol tone or the threat ni force against an) country." One specific agreement was for a joint United States-Israel study of the use of nuclear power for desalting seawater. The communique noted that progress in that effort would be made available to all countries with "water deficiencies," a description covering most of Israel's Arab neighbors. Generally, t he communique pledged that both countries would seek to increase the present friendly relations linking them. It was understood that the Israeli visitors did not ask the United States for additional arms, though the steady Egyptian arms buildup, particularly in the field of rocketry, with the aid of West German scientists were stressed by the Premier repeatedly. Prior to his departure from Washington to New York, the Premier said he felt his visit to the capital had improved contacts between the two countries and enhanced the generally friendly atmosphere. ,The Prime Minister met with undersecretary of state Averell Harriman, Assistant Secretary of Rabbi Brooks in Invocation Rabbi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader ol Temple Zamora, delivered the invocation at the recent gathering oi the Dade County Civil Defense lunche in in conjunction with the Civil Defense Transportation area State Philip Talbot. and others \ conference also was held in the "Hue of Acting State Secretary George W. Ball During the visit, Mr. Eshkol also had a breakfast meeting at Blair House with President George Meany of the AFLCIO and other labor leaders. Mr. Eshkol told an Overseas Writers Club luncheon that an earnest effort should be made to get effective and controllable agreements to end the arms and military technology race in the Middle East. He said that there was no slackening in the flow of Arab threats against Israel and that Israel had no choice, despite the burden, but to maintain its military deterrent at a high level. Without this, he said, the "the relative quiet" in the Middle East "cocld be upset overnight." Israel's basic positions were made known to President Johnson and the key figures ol the Government These included the belief that a mass return Of Arab refugees WOUld probably turn Is real ieto another Cyprus, Israel's readiness to help financially and I technically for resettlement of the I Arab refugees was emphasized. Israel's belief that it needs to increa.se its conventional military' capabilities was indicated, referring to more planes, more airfields, tanks and related vveap, onry. The Premier told a United Jewish Appeal dinner in New York that Israel did not expect the I Arab countries to mount an armj ed attack against Israel's mas' sive Water Carrier project, sche1 duled to become operational this i summer. He stressed that the plan was being conducted in aci cordance with the regional Jordan River plan proposed by the late Eric Johnson in 1955 which was accepted at the technical level by the Arabs and rejected by the Arab governments. He also disclosed the UJA was planning a capital fund drive to buitd high schools for Israel, which does not have free high school education. He said the project would correct an educational imbalance which "holes grave peril for our future." He said of every 100 children entering Israel elementary schools were ol Asian or African origin. In high school, the ratio drops to 25 and at the university level to 12 He said Israel had no intention of becoming a nation divided between educated and uneducated but that it lacked the financial resources for public high school-. He cited the huge outlays to alt aorbing a continuous flow of immigrants to maintain a large military deterrent and to develop the Negev and the Galilee. Joseph Meyerhoff, i a.\ general chairman, said the campaign would be conducted in addition to the UJA's regular annual fundraising drive. Max Fischer, I J \ %  associate general chairman, said the UJA Education Fund would be launched at a national confer ence September 17-18 in V York Cit) at which Deputy Premiei Vbba Eban would be the principal speaker Rabbi Herbert Friedman, executive vice-chair man ol the UJA, said that the decision for such a fund followed 18 months of intensive study and on-the-spbt surveys. The Premier told a luncheon given in his honor by United Nations Secretary General U Thant that while Israel appreciated any UN achievements, it had to be "realistic about what the UN could and could not do 1 at this stage." Specifically, he noted, "the umbrella of the UN Charter is not yet • substitute for national defense," and that disarmament was still a hope and not a fact. He held that the IN could influence eventb\ asserting its moral authority in support of the Charter principles of demanding respect for every state, large and small, and for settlement of disputes by peaceful means. 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Friday. June 12. 1964 +Je*1stncri(Jlairi Page 5 3 Reception Honors Meyer, Sandier Mceation and dinner at th num.4 Motel fo" uwcd ,h0 pddin s tljraony there of Roberta Diana Srilcr and Samuel Mark Meyer Sunday "<*>•>• June 7. Rabbi Norton M.ilavky periormed the le ring rites. Parents of the newlywedi re \lr and Mrs. Samuel Sandier, 3075 SW 27th Tcr.. and Or. and Mrs. 5 i si jl a ^'S *-1^BB f V aw i ^F" ^B : ^•3' %  JK J 1 %  kMk. Herman .\kjiu*.7q s\v^uib. St. I'aternal grandmothers are Mrs. Raj Meyer and Mrs. Anna Neuritis. Mrs. Bessie Sandier is the bride's grandmother. For i he wedding, the bride wore a door-length empire gown ot sheer silk chiffon over peau de soie styled with a scoop neckline and short sleeves, A satin pillbox of seed pearls held the shoulder-length Illusion, and she carried white roses. She was attended by her sister. Jacqueline Helen Sandier, and the bridegroom's sister, Arna Ellen Meyer Harvey Greenberg was besl man. and Josiah Meyer served as his brother's groomsman. A Miami Senior High graduate, the bride attended Florida State University and received a degree as Registered Norse from the University of Miami. She is a mem her of Tags, BBC. and Hillel Foundation. The bridegroom is an alumnus of Miami Senior High and attend ed the University of Miami. He belongs to Shield of David AZA. Beta Alpha Delta, and Hillel Foundation. A following a tour through the Blue Ridge Mountains and Washington, Hi'., the ncwlyweds will live at 2221 SW 3rd Ave. Snoke, Houtz Marry in Yale Branford Chapel at Yale I'm versity was the seene of the Sunday. June 7. wedding of Judith Kind Houtz and John Arthur Snoke. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi ltobert E. Goldberg, of Temple .\li.siik.in Israel Hamden, Conn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Houtz. of Miami Beach. The parents Of the -room are Dr. and Mrs. Albert Snoke, of Hamden, Mrs. Arthur Hoitman, ol New York City, was her sister's only attendant. William M Jose was best man. Ushers were A. Thomas Snoke and Michael D. Snoke. brothers of the groom, and V • tluir Hoffman, the bride's brother. in-law. The new Mrs. Snoke gradua -1 Irom Stanford University and has m.-t completed a Master of A s In teaching program at Harvs I University. She will be i n I ie faculty of Hamden High School, beginning in September Mr. Snoke is a graduate of Hi den High School and Stanfi i i niversity. He iin the gr uate program in physics at Y Universit) After a brief wedding trip. and Mrs. Snoke will be In ng 235 Lawrence, New Haven, Con IPllklngton MRS. SAMUtl Mitt* MISS JUDITH BERMONT Judith Bermont Betrothal Told Judith Ann Bermont and Robert Green man are engaged. The ouple's betrothal is announced by bride-elect's mother. Mrs WilA. Bermond, boo Cadagua we Coral Gables vents of the groom-to be are lr and Mrs. Jack Greenman, 3906 cello Dr.. Ft. Worth, Tex. Miss Bermont graduated from Gabl* v High School and will %  ive her degree from the I'm ersity of Texas in August. She a member of Sigma Delta Tail Mr. Greenman attended schools 1 Worth, I' K and the I'm ertj oi Texas School of Bush \dm n ii ation. iiwas pn sii i his class and is a member ol gma Alpha Hu Fraternity He presently attending Texas Chris l.in i niverait) and is \ ice pn • le t oi Stove Parts Supply Co i Ft Worth Adath Yeshurun Renames Sega! Temple Adath Yeshurun snout cea the reengagement of Ye %  ed,i Mgai as educational director 1 the Hebrew and Sunday School. ., !! as Of the Nurserj School II Kindergarten, Si gal came here irom Buffalo, N T where he served as pnnei pal of the High School and Col i| Jewish Studies I '. VlYiR SIDNEY SA10MI JAY R SCHWARW JOHN J SCUUY .. ,.,,.. .„..„ r.tufi -. % %  €• i • -i..i-.tc rMl 'i-'P' 1 "" for over 30 years, a mark of dedicated service Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beadi 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL • PHONE JE 8-7831 MEWBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTFM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION



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ridoy %  une 12. 1964 +Jewlst Hcrldiar Page 3-B <^oc ict I it 0 • • bu <^Tsa(ycl L^rovc c '/ • 1LHa v. %  et a precedent lor the presentation of the Menorah 3 Girl Scouts., a committee of the Girl Scout proaram launch a county-wide project for the Menorah Award. aht are Mrs. Florence Rubel, froutmaster of Troop mother of the honoree; Mrs. Haskel'. Bratter. district of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.; MU Susan Rubel. it ever to be presented with the Menorah Award; 'aver Abiamowitz, spiritual leader of TerfTple MenSol Golfstein, Florida State chairman of the Men%  rd Committee, and Mrs. Lou S. Ross, of the Service Continued from Page 1-B .stops in Haifa. Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on the itinerary Newly-elected president of the Hadassah Herzl group. Mrs Weinberg will visit us many Hadassah installations as she can manage, taking movies Of them all to show on her return From Israel, the Weinbergs will sail to Italy on the SS Theodore Herzl, namesake of her chapter, arriving back in Miami Beach some time in August Preceding a tour of the New England states, Mrs Ethel Herman, Bay Harbor Islands, will visit with her daughter, relalivi and friends in Manhattan Alreadj planned for her in Gotham Town are several theatre parties and jaunts to the World's Fair. 5, and SCOtt I The Klebei came for a double celebration the graduation of Barbara's brother. Arnold, from the University Ol Miami School of Law and Ins forthcoming marriage June 2] in Miss Trudj Malow Parents of the bride-tube are Mr and Mrs. Joseph Malow. ol Ninth Miami Beach. Joyce and Henrj Roman, ol Merritt Island. Cocoa. Fla are off for Europe The two oldest daughters, Caron and Margo, are packing for camp in the Car olinas, and the youngest, DeDe will stay with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Jerry Baker Joyce's parents, at Harbour House Henrj is being hailas the young Cocoa ty< on • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alexander. [or the past eight years residents "t Miami, are moving into their new home next week just completed at Penbroke Bines, Hollywood. Fla Mrs. Alexander has been active in many organisations, including a twoyear term, recent Is completed, as president of Mt. Scopus Hadassah She is past president of B'nai B'rith Women ol the Orange, N •' and active in I'.i; Women's affairs in Miam Husband Louis, a credit manager i >r S mth East Foods, is neml er ol the Masons, Knights HI Pythias and Moose Rabbi Wein At Beth Israel te. irl Scout Gets Religious Award Award ol the Girl Ihc IS A was present -an Rubel ;it Sabbath rvices of Temple Men eekend -• of its kind to be prethe State of Florida, the \ward was established th< Synagogue Council of rica si national merit award pven | (iirl Scout who shows %  I understanding of and i .yalty ti her own faith. \Ii>Rubel. who ranks as a Senior iirl Scout and is entering -. • : year at Miami Beach eminently qualified for Menorah Award as a consent Ol undergoing special iniructiot by Rabbi Mayer Abramwits and maintaining a strong link who Jewish life in both her home *nd in the synagogue." card committee members dcarcd KoUowr-g the services, where labbl At ramowitz presented Susan ith & %  Menorah \ward with the sistai ce of Mrs Lot S. Ross, i n t the Girl Scouts Conn of Ti ipical Florida, Troop 588 rticipalvd in a specially prepar I b> Mr and Mi in Rubel, parentof the Also assisting in the [en rah Award pr< scnta *, %  Mrs Sol Goldstein anch i hairman ol the \.'..ii :. and Mrs H strict chairman ol the of the I S \ To knov I i rah A rd present" l in Mrs Gold•v, hope u will set at to i %  'i'" 1 tter men. Pastrami? et their own religious group as i rovided by the constitution of the Girl Scouts ol the U.S.A." Mr and Ml Kleber, ol Atlanta, <' %  Miamians, re here vis her parent-. Mr. and ry Levy, Coral Cables them are their two boy i Barbara I a former iiting with Mrs Hen With -. Steven Rabbi Berel Wein is the new spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation at 711 40th St., Mi ami Beach. Moses .1 Grundwerg, president ol Beth Israel, announced the ap pointment of Rabbi Wein at a meeting this week w ill assume the duties Israel's pulpit on Julj 15 ll,. succeeds Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, won is leaving to some a pulpil m Long Beach. NY. t Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Reonuse Tetley is bright and I i a. ii.tr as the finest, tastiest tea should be—a favorite in Jewish I >ii i s since 1837. BULK. BAGS AND INSTANT TETLEY* I GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONES ljUUU um\ ^ us+ as they always have] Pamper your taste .or the >M* -g J^S&^JS. —always serve Breakstone's. .. good dairy to-you from K on the package means Kosher Certifies Koshei and Paive B/ Rabbi Jacob Cohen



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Friday, June 12. 1964 • Jenvis* fkrldliati Page IIRabbi David Lehrfield and Kneseth Israel Congieqation receive award and special recognition by Jewish National Fund ror outstanding achievement during the past five years. Looking on is Milton Kahn, congregation treasurer. Not shown are Louis Dublin, president, and Max Hecht, vice president. Overflow Audience Attends JNF Night; Newest Project Keren Doroth, Explained •'The Land is mine forever, sayrth the Lord.'' So began Rabbi yet Abramowitz in an address • re an overflow audience al the annual award night f the Jewish National Fund Council of Creator Miami in ih facilities." Negroes, he .-aid. therefore rarely made use ol Jewish Center facilities. The fifith annual meeting was also told that while there had been DO marked effect on Jewish com munal services 'resulting from the integration crisis, mere is a danger thai in the desire to help solve the problemof integration. Jewi-h agencies may be too ready to sacrifice their valid sectarian i haracter." The warning was made by Charles Miller, special planning director of the Federation of Jewish Agencies of Philadelphia. He said such a sacrifice would be "contrary to the best principles of cultural pluralism." He said many Jewish agencies had non-sectarian policies but that this did not prevent them from having "a primary responsibility to serve the Jewish community." Jain!) KravitZ, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Dallas, urged Jewish welfare agencies to "take the lead" in examining the problem ol the Integration struggle "with Victor D, Sanua, reporting i ilgencj stalland hoards, m keep B study ol Jewish teen-agers ing with the Jewish tradition of Jewish Centers, said that 50 social justice" which he cited as cent Joined because of the Je< calling lor an "open door" policy auspices of the Center. ol service which excluded no one third indicated they hail no because of "race, color, or creed." jection to dating non-Jews % % %  •• %  — OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVL0W %  HH22T* 7 *** %  "* "jr.*,i Office designs •nd furnishings direct from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Solas, Credenzas, Lamps, Fverythlng for the Office of Distinction Interior deitgn and %  pace planning. Open Saturday Momtr PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc. ?tOt Southwest 11st Aremie Miami,. Honoj I -; ; %  • FFICEfURI ;Tleph.o"n> Highland 4*8221 INVITE YOUR NORTHERN FRIENDS ON A Sunshine Safari! These free "Summergram Cards' 1 Will be their personal inivitation to explore Florida! V* Sometimes all it lakes (o Tiring folks to the Sunshine State* 5s that personal invitation — so \\ irhy not send "Summergram" ***/,' postcards to your non-Floridian friends? Invite them to enjoy the sunshine and recreation... and the business and professional opportunities ttwaiting them here... in Florida I "SUMMERGRAMS" srt available free at your nearest Florida Powir k Light Company office: Pick some up ...TODAYl < I I FLORIDA POWER S LIGHT COMPANY .... tiiirint BUILO ttomoA ,.-*



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Page 6-B +Jmisf> rkrHirtr Friday. June 12 ... SOME SENDOFF Juliet and Ben Frackmari are well on the first lap of their cruise on the Mariposa through the Hawaiian Islands, the South Sea Islands. Australia and New Zealand. They will know how to act if they are shipwrecked because their children. June and Julian Newbauer. had a shipwreck party for them before they left The Newbauers. in sailor outfits, met guests at the door of their home on Nautilus Dr.. presenting them, for the ladies, a lei. and for the men, a sailor hat. Mrs. Florence Weinsttin was dressed as a cannibal with a necklace of soup bones, the Moe Frieds and Phil Lerners wore shorts and dilapidated shirts. Doris Feld came as a sailor girl, while her husband. Mike was Mike the Sailor.'" Clem, in an authentic Hawaiian grass skirt, was with her husband. Harry Bellman. Bess and Carl Fenberg. Dr. and Mrs. Max Gratz and Herman and Fae Rubin were getting a kick out ol the funny :itN ihat the guests thought were an absolute necessity to -peed the Frackmans on their merrj waj ANOTHER DAY—ANOTHER YEAR It was time to honor tin' Founders again at Westview Country Club Cocktails fust, then dinner and dancing. Ferd Meyer with his wife, Rosalyn. at his side acted ;.toastmaster Among members enjoying the gala evening were Slurley and Irving Miller, Susan and Leonard Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Russell, Mi' and Mis Julius Rosenberg, the A. Nadlers and the John Serbins. One of the larger parties was given by Eleanor and Gus Feutr. Anunitheil guests were Ida and Bill Singer. Ruth and Max Orovitz, Martha and Stanley Myers, Bertha and Leonard Abess. Sylvia and Sidney I.cfcourt and Bea and Morris Lapidus. —FRANCES LEHMAN Lynn Steinberg, Douglas Schwartz Double Ring Rites The Lombardy Hotel was the setting for the afternoon double ceremony which united Lynn Steinberg and Douglas Schwartz, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiated .t the Sunday, June 7. weddini'. Daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steinberg, ol 32 sw 48th Ave.. the bride ia graduate of Miami Senior High, whi re she was vice president of Tsion BBC... and sponsor of Ciuma Phi Fraternity. She : No graduated from the Dade County Dental Clinic and currently the advisor of Tsion BBG. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Schwartz, pior.ter family, of 1800 SW 17th St. A graduate of Miami Senior High, where he was president of Hurricanes AZA, he received his BSBA I jree from the University of where he was vice prest ol Pi Lambda Phi Kratern ity. 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Friday. June 12. 1964 rjenisii Flcr/cfton Page 7-A Eshkol Views Space Center at Cape Kennedy fontinoed front P*9e Li*.in-ady luid a pilot plant in Eilal which iipplii' ;||| nation Utter several months ago to ai i-ountries, including Israel sug Ei'.-ting that all problems, includ n,_ border disputes, he resolved eaceful m gotiatlons." e Mr. Eshkol though) it be ., -good Idea" tor S"v Russia and the i nited States i include the Arab-Israel dispute %  any negotiations they might hold toward some kind ot detente. i .(I tli.it he was 'nut -lire it in. time iripe" for such talks .. .tied, however, that he had tioned the possibility in his ussions with President John The Premier said he was • optimistic" about the possibilities of an eventual peace be* tween Israel and the Arabs. One of the reasons for his optimism, he explained, was the night cost of armaments. "It makes no sense to spend so much money," he stated. He expressed the opinion that maybe some day Mr. Eshkol labeled as "sheer nonsense" the Arab charge that Israel is "expansionist." What Israel is doing in the "intensification" of agricultural cultivation and the industrialization of the country, he said, does not require additional territory. He said Israel's aim is to become a "cultural and medical center." This has already been'achieved to a certain extent, Mr. Eshkol Indicated, pointing to the Israeli version of the "Peace Corps" which gives technical assistance to "several dozen" Asian and African countries. He was interviewed by television commentator Howard K. Smith on WABC-TV station. Speaking at a dinner given in his honor here by the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organization, the Israel Prime Minister declared that Israels development depended on its ability both the United States and Rusto use cheap nuclear power tor industry He cited the industrialization of the country and the settlement of the Negev and cen-j tral Galilee as key factors in the solution of these problems. Mr. Eshkol recalled that the Is%  sia will realize this, too, and will say, "Look, boys, it's enough. We can't waste so much money." Another reason, he said, was Na-ser's growing problem of raisi. i I.is people's standard of livreel Bond program was initiated This problem, said Mr. Kshduring the difficult period 13 kol. will grow in the coming years years ago when the .three year-old ;.the Egyptian population innation was confronted with overt-teases, anil may lead to secwhelming economic and security (•id thought.-'' about spending so much on armaments Mr. Eshkol! added that he believes that there are in the Arab states, like in Israel, "youn^ students, Intelligen l.-ia, professors" who already have second thoughts about this question. "I believe that a peace camp already exists" in the Arab countries, he laid At the same time. Mr Eshkol pointed to the fact that Egypt has more armaments than Israel, in eluding some which Israel does not have, like missiles. He said at he discussed several issues with Presidenl Johnson, -includ ing economics and security." add ing that he thought the 1961! state ment by Presidenl Kennedy on Middle East aggression could he Stronger and staled in greater detail." The main subject of his dis cussions with the President, Mr. Eshkol said, was the desalination ot water project He said Israel problems :ilie have come a long way together since the day in 1951 when i)a\id Ben-Gurion launched the Israel bond drive.'" he observed, adding, "It was a daring and bold stop even for Ben-<;urion.'' The Premier stressed Israelefforts "to harvest the positive fruits of this atomic age." He reported that in 1963, industrial production totaled about $1,500,000. 000. He added that irrigation of land in Southern Israel would en. able Israel to double her current citrus exports in the next decade These exports are now approach ing SUM) million a year. Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond Campaign, paid tribute to Prime Minister Eshkol as the "architect of Israels econ omic recovery." Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the organization, reported that in the first five months of this year proceeds from the sale of Israel Bonds were $29,724,500. If this pace is kept up, he said, the campaign will realize its goal of $85,000,000 ( by the end of the year. The Premier was the guest of the executive of the American Section of the Jewish Agency for Israel at a private breakfast. Mr*. Rose L. Halprin, chairman of the American Section, presided. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organisation, welcomed the Premier. Eshkol also met with a delegation of the American Jewish Committee He expressed to the delegation his appreciation of the organization's efforts "to foster (loser spiritual and cultural, bonds" between the Jews of Israel and those ot the United States lie reiterated Israel's "desire to cooperate With all Jewish groups and organizations through out the world seeking to maintain and strengthen Jewish life." Mr. Eshkol told a meeting of the American Zionist Council Friday morning that there was a growing interest amon;; Israeli youth in Jewish litC in other countries and "an increasing desire t.i ensure that the linkwhich unite this generation of Jews throughout the world in affection, joint effort and common spiritual destiny, should remain close and intense in the future." He said he was proud that Is rael was being increasingly used b) Jewish communities abroad as • spiritual resource for their own educational growth. "This." he said, "is reflected in the growing number of rabbis, teachers and -Indents who come to study in Israel for varying periods." Mr. Eshkol attended Sabbath services at Shearith Israel, the famed Spanish and Portuguese I Synagogue and the oldest existing Jewish house of worship in the J I'nited States. In order to be within walking distance of the Orthodox synagogue. Premier and Mrs. Eshkol stayed at the home of Israel Consul General Katriel Katz, which is two blocks from the synagogue. Premier Eshkol was called upon to recite the traditional aliyah blessing over the reading of the Torah while Mrs. Eshkol sat in the ladies' gallery during the services. In a brief address during a kidoush reception following the ser Vices, Mr. Eshkol mourned the tact that great numbers of the Jewish people who perished in the Nazi holocaust did not live to see the rebuilding of the Jewish state. Alluding to the situa tion of Soviet Jewry, the Preni er noted that even today there wire millions Of Jews cut off from the mainstream of Jewish hie 'l)K' Israel Prime Minister was ai-o the gm-t it 'he Overseas Press Club during his stay her< At a luncheon given in his honohe told the members Ol the Club thai Egypt is receiving immense quantities Ol arms and military equipment, ol very high quality and on vt rj easj terms, from Communist countries. This, hi explained, compels Israel to pre pare for self-defense B'nai Raphael Now Registering B'nai Raphael Kindergartei Nursery classes are filling rapidly, according to an announcement this week by Rabbi Harold Rich ter. spiritual leader of the conjugation. Reservations may be made now for the classes, whose sessions will begin Aug. 31. Program will include preparation for elementary school. Jewish customs and holidays. anJ working with other children. 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7: ge 14-B +Je1*t nrridirtr Friday. June 12. 1964 Florida JWV Slated to Convene in Tampa; Former University President to be Feted "he 18th annual convention ol State Department of Florida. tvisb w ar Veterans <>f the Unit States, "ill bo held In Tampa .in June L2 through 14 Representatives ol the IS Flor. a posts "ill oonvene at the Innational Inn to discuss the ar's progress and eleel now oflit ars. Jomniandcr Km an ml Mandcl, .:i>;.:_ commander, will in 1 hon••(I ;\\ ,i banquet on Saturday hi During the main convention meeting on Sunday, greetings and reports will bo given by the 4th Region commander, Ralph Grossman, and national executive coiiimitteeman, lrvin Steinberg. National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, in Israel at the time, will address the convention via tape-recording. Convention chairman is Ainslee R. Ferdie, who announced this week that Commander Mandel will present Dr. Ellwood C Nance with a plaque in recognition of his accomplishments a& an author, educator and veteran. ce, former president ol i itj oi Tampa, will i n "Our Incomplete^ Mis ..i the commander banquet %  irdi j nit.in Ri poi i,\ill include discussioi ( ral ification ol the c;> nocide Convention* from Abe Marcus, voluntaiv sen looai ihe Veterans Hospital from Nat Brown, and others Some 150 delegates are expected to attend from Dado and Broward Counties, Aramore •AR. AND AW. MAJHtW POLAK Polaks to Mark 50th Anniversary ;t will be a 50th anniver-ary idon wedding ooloiration for Mr, and Mrs. Mathew Polak. The couple, who reside at 305 v i. Coconut Ln.. Palm Island. d Brooklyn. N.V.. will mark the easion at the Doral Country il> on Sunday. June 21, rhey are the parents of ^Ir>. 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Friday. June 12. 1964 kwl* f Ftrrfriifori Page 11-E Beth David Picks Max Silver As New President by over 300 mini tollowing officers and were u miniSilver; vice Beer. Manuel \i ih< 52nd annual meeting of Beth David ('onKrenation, which v as attended bers, ih" Board of Wrectora inousl) elected: President, Max r sidents, Albert J. Lubel, Herachel Roaentnal, Phillip Siluif and Robert Traurig; treasurer, Marry Simons; assistant i, isurer, Frank A. Rose; financial secretary, Seymour Friend; and recording secretary, Henry Kamen. Board of Directors, elected are lavid Alterman, OscJr Argintar, v.,in Badanes, Maurice Daunt, Kmmer. Mr< Uen Kazcr. Mayers, Robert Purisch, Henry Ro^engarten. Lawrence Si U IT Mrs. Louis Seillin. Mendel Gus Shaw, Nathan Spiegellerome Stern. Samuel Trail ig, Murray Turetsky. Phillip haw, William Warsbaw, Sidi> Weiner, William Welner, Jerime Weinkle and William WeinI .Hill. Incumbents are Charles Add MM. Morris Atkins. Benjamin leek, Harold Berke, Michael Covn Harry Cypen, Nathan Davidow, ley Davidson, Walter Falk, Lawrence Peinberg, Robert rhk Herbert Frame, Judge Mitchell Goldman, Leonard GorMaurice llyman. Lion K;ip Abraham Kasow, Maurice Kellni r, Theodore Lomaskin, Leo M ndlin, Fred Ossip, Samuel Osrow sky. Arthur Pekelner. Alex Phillips, Joseph Post. Sidney Potn, Samuel Puder. Joseph A. Rayi-. Meyer Robbins. Kdward Safer, Frederick Scher, Bert Sher, Stanley Spieler. Charles Z. Spin -:irn. Edward Swerdlin, David t gent, Leonard Wolf. Members of the Board of Trusleea are Samuel J Spector, chairman. Sidney M. AronovitZ, Harry \uyust. Murray (' %  Cohen. Judge \lbert Dubbin. John Feller. I In \ Cordon. Louis Heiman. Sam lerman, [sadore Herskowltz, Max cobson, Sidney Lefcourt, Harry Markowitz, Stanley (.' Myers, Alert Quadow, Phillip schiif. Jacob sher, Harry Simons. Kmanuel smith, Julius Spector, Bernard A ling, Lewis Sternshein and Nat Zalka. attendance at the annual conLicgational meeting was the larg• -t in the history of Beth David \ social hour followed New Host ed Hostess Corps is under the diection of Charles Z. Spingarn. hairman of the Membership •nimittee. MAX SIIVIR Mona Lisa Room In Top Repute The Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc Hotel has distinguish eu itself in two ways it menu is .m extravaganza ol gourmet specialty s, and it is one "l the favorite haunts of visiting cele brities Since its inception, il has e irn ed an international reputation tor cuisine, a famous wine cellar, and an atmosphere that Phyllis McGuire once described as making all women look beautiful, Service is flawless with a Continental flair. The Mona Lisa Saturday night galas are especial ly popular with dancing to two orchestras, and each night Miami Reach's romantic baladeer. Herb George, adds his songs to the spell Ol the room—ST. Miami Girl Gets Temple Award Linda Mandel. ol 1921 SW 18th Avc Miami. ha< graduated from a two year course in Oral Hygiene at Temple University. She will participate this week in general university graduation exercises at Philadelphia's Convention Hall. Her certificate of graduation will be presented at a luncheon at the Belle\ ue-Stratlord Hotel by Miss Ruth M. Heck, supervisor of Temple's School of Oral Hj giene. Miss Mandel is the daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mandel. She is a graduate of Miami Sen-1 ior High School, and attended Dade Junior College. THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions •VST IftJIt* AWttHC*** DINING PARKING FACILITIES FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JE I 3917 MIAMI BEACH ^esfaurant nawinis M:I.YG:I IIABLY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. fOR BEAUTIfUUf CATERED AffA'KS CRYSTAL ROOM of ihe LOMBARDY HOTEL S.WH-KhL TBHB CATEBEBS Coll Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answ.r Coll UN 6 5278 Continental TOT Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANOUETS UNUMITEO At Your Homa, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Sfcomer Shpbbos" Restaurant Qualify Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI P hone 226-1744 ICRTlRlNft' IsitWOUJICHCS* lOtLICRTESStNj KUCIOUS JEWISH Wt'ULS Local Lodges Set For District Convention in Durham Kli Hurwitz. president of the B'nai Drith Council of South Florida Lodges, announce that the District Grand Lodge 5 B'nai R'rith 88th annual convention in Dm ham. N.C., June 21 to 24. will have representation from all lodges comprising the Council. The delegates will represent Coral Gables Ledge, Leo L. Steinnian. president; Freedom Lodge, Charles J. Kossove. president; Gilbert .1 IJalkin Lodge, Hubert .1 Friedman, president; Harmony Lodge, Bernard Langberg, president; liatikvah Lodge, Ellison R. j Kossolf. president; Hollywood Sunrhine Lodge. Leon Dickoff, president. Judea Lodge. Harry M. Rosen. president; He-Ami Lodge. Bert S. Brown, president; Miami Beach Lodge, Gerald Schwartz, president; North Dade Lodge. Murray E. Hersh. president; North Shore Lodge, Jack A. Burstein. president; Sholem Lodge. Marvin Pea rim an, president; South Dade Lodge. Mark R. Rubin, president; workshop* with the B'nai B'I h West Miami Lodge, George H. Women. Fish, president: Ft. Lauderdale .... ... „ ,,„..,, In addition to electing all i • Lodge, Richard Rosenberg, president I ,r t t officers, the convention v I The Convention Committee this ills clci '< delegates to the K iyear has arranged for two joint preme Lodge trienniel to be h d luncheons and two joint seminar in Israel in May, 1965. 170 NUJ. 5-SI f KVPSiti. ? 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When you do, order a Fondu Bourguignonne or I.c Filet de Boeuf Saute Stroganoff.We'd tell you how they're put together, too. it* we had the space. We don't. But if you don't get ecstatic then...the Coupe Lugano is on us: How's that tor an offer...see vou tonight.' Luncheon Bullets Daily • Special Sunday Buffet Brunch Mon.thru Fri, 7.50 am-11:50pm.Sat. & Sun. 7:30am-1 am. 4^ %  L JABBIM SUISSE RESTAURANT IN THE RONEY PLAZA • COLLINS & 23rd EL IIATrilltO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILV 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 39496



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Fage 16-A • %  L ; f flrrHi^n CJA Allocates $1,371,362 lor Agency Needs The 1H64 Combined Jewish Appeal hu> allocated Sl.371.362 for I cal. national and ovi-r-caaaen( almost $80 000 more than in 1963, it \\a announced Monday r _ht b\ David B Fleeman. chair man of the Budget Committee "Including S267..i7i from the I"• lit < : Fund the total 19&4 allocation" vill be SI.638.93.",.'• Fleema:: >aid. Fleeman. who >assisted by Norton Pallot. chairman of the Local AgencieStudy Committee, H; rry B Smith, chairman of the National Agencies Study Committee, and Mrs Dorothy Krieger > ink. chairman ol the Oversea* Agencie* Study Committee, presented the budget at the Board ol Governor^ meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Ferkraiion at !h.Jewish Home for the Aaed. which received unanimous approval. Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, announced that the bulk of increased funds would go to the Federation's local agencies in the Greater Miami community, and that an additional sum would also be provided for the support of national agencies. "By going over our goal of SI.3M.S00, I am pleased to announce that the United Jewish Appeal will receive additional support for its agencies around the world," Lefcourt declared. The total monies allocated, in(luding funds received from the I'nited Fund of Dade County lor three Federation agencies, the Jewish Family and Children's Service. Jewish Home for the Aged, and the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami, total $1,638,933. Many < i the benefits to be received by Federation's local agencies and < ,:--ed on to the community were (••tailed by Lefcourt. Among these he listed expantion. an additional case worker for the Jewish Family and Chilbioo of the Hebrew High Scheol of the Bureau of Jewish EducaService to permit reopened intake of new clients, adku a< fund.for the Jewish Home for the Aged to help serve dog amount of aged persons who now reside in the Home lollowing completion of the new Ablin Pavilion. badly needed counselor for teenage guidance and testing program (or the Jewish Vocational Service, additional support of the service and out-patient clinics at ;nt Sinai Hospital where >er%  ce -given for little or no cost based on ability to pay. and up• for the YM and YWHA to that they may reinstate programs to benefit the entire family group Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, announced that a record number of t,300 contributions, including 2,400 new gifts, played an important Pridkrv. T.ne i: role in the successful CoJewish Appeal campaigr "We expect well ov< iits by the end i the \ are seeking to raise Si,40 $115,000 more than uas i i%:s." Hosichan n id has been our new contribi the total number ol gin I am pleased to report nroximately 2.000 more • have received in our lacampaignIB na LOSfl - • eak OII MIUU 'IIMNW. Will KOLKWOO* • Ml 7 H. .Ma RUM %  *> n. HIIWMIII 1—... •>•* • ur credit 100 WM Nafta K • OUTM illl • raoi &..* t ••-. o.. i.i | rm IM 5 • nt te finance (omppniti oimii • ioo u.ik • MM .. ... • mil • HMIIAH 1 M w .... | l-.K.t.l '•n. i



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tuna 12. 1964 ••Jewlst rkrMton Page 9-B arntin dh yours, TP N the P .iiiI.:.! %  %  V. C iV thai --ciiool is out. and miner .officially here. -i question i>n every wornmind is, 'What .shall I 01 course, whore you ting is the determining as t" what eventualh Hii the suitcase, but there any other personal issues lay an important role tiorts in the tropics call I fabrics, light colors and ..ear. and white dress ,i< acceptable in the re reas, n you are traveling e distant places, you may ourself packing sweaters rker colors, while leaving white pumps at home lie seems to be in accord irins fabrics that are eas) %  v .ml that also retain a mi of wrinkles. Arnold Rorok preters -. especially the drip dry s. She ictuses to buy the jersey because she dlSthe texture of the fabric. Trudy Hamerschlag, on i> her hand, insists that there ins like jersey for travel TH E Boroks haven't made final | ans about their linal destination. Sometimes, they simph get iito the car and just go. Her lotbes are well-planned because -he knows they will travel somewheiwhere mformality is the keyn te and the weather will be warn She simply examines her '.\arorobe and chooses two or hree dresses that are her most' coBafottabte ami for which she alwa; I receives compliments. -he -es beige as her base color i si cessorizing. and works all %  rest of her wardrobe around %  It ining heavily toward orange • Town. \ "tcran traveler. Mrs. Aaron Kan has some practical advice %  r. ghe suggests packing and heavy items at the n oi the suitcase but, she cautions, don't waste the space inside your shoes. Jewelry may be wrapped ill tissue and lucked in. or plastic jars i never completely tilled i may be enclosed in small plastic bays to protect them against accidental leakage. These small items lit easily into the inside of shoes. If your destination is Europe, then Mrs. Fair advises tucking facial tissue into every available pocket, handbag, shoe, and everywhere else you can tinci space to carry it. Never venture out without an ample supply of the tissue in your handbag, or the men in their pockets. THE Martin Hochmans are spending the summer at the MM. RICHARD ESBITT ARDMORE STUDIO ESTABLISHED SINCE '940 JE1-3415 SpOCialitfl m C^O-tOA' • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • PORTRAITURE K • COMMERCIAL \ • COPIES F'JLL STAFF AT "-OUR SERv:Ct 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH Attache Motel in Hollywood. He commutes to South Miami to business, but she practically lues at the pool. Swimsuits and sportswear are obviously what she shops for Mrs. Hochman doesn't like to wear "just another pair of slacks and Mouse," but chops for exciting color com binationand high styled sportswear One of her favorite ensembles is a brightly-colored Mexican import. They dress for dinner, but it isn't formal—a few comfortable cottonare worn lor alter five, Since they both enjoj dancing, she finds it necessary to pack two or three cocktail dresses Packing light is another item veteran traveler! agree on. Mrs. Hen Essen's method is to coordinate everything in black and white. If she's in a resort area the white is perfect; on other occasions she usethe white for accent. Both Mrs Essen and Mrs. Hamerschlag pack ex ceptionally lightly, because they like to shop where they are trav ; eling. When they leave Miami, their' suitcases are light; and when they return they are usually overweight, And speaking of overweight, another bit of ad vice everyone offers is to diet before you go. Watch what yOO eat, but enjoy the differently prepared foods; then diet if nee essary when you return home Esbitt, Saslaw Off to Jamaica Now on a honeymoon trip to %  Jamaica, the former Shari Lenore, S.-'slau and Richard Michael Esbitt were married at a late eveni ing ceremony on Saturday. June j 6, at the Saxony Hotel, with Rab | bl Morris Shop officiating. For the wedding the bride chose a floor-length gown of white peau de >oie trimmed with pearls and rosebud applique. A matching beaded crown held a triple-tier ot illusion. Attending the bride were Mrs. Barbara Moed. matron of honor. Miss Candy Goodman. Miss Hazel Cohen and Mrs. Maxine Levin. Attending the groom were Harve> Lcvinson, best man. Bob Cohen. Roy flames and Jerry Saslaw. The bride attends the University of Miami, where she is a senior majoring in education. She ia member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority The groom is currently employ oi as an accountant for the Rone) Plata Hotel He attended the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Parents of the newlyweds are Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Saslaw, 8920 SW 51-t St.. and Mr and Mrs. David R Esbitt. 6483 SW 25th St After their honeymoon, the couple will reside at 3900 SW "81 h Ct MM. lOStPH SITNICK El Al Adds ; Cameron to Staff Capt. Leo Gardner, southeast 'egional sales manager for El Al fsrael Airlines, announces the issocialion of Ed Cameron as; -ales representative with El Al. j Cameron served as sales rcpre j entative with Northeast, and I -ales manager for Trans Con ; .cental. Cameron was born in Newark. \ .1 but has been a resident of liami for the past 20 years. He ompleted his formal education at he University of Miami with a legree in the field of education. He has the distinction of having been the captain of the uni.ersity's tootball team when it defeated Holy Cross in the 1946 Orange Bowl game, the last Bowl hampionship to date for Miami. "Cameron brings with him to SJ Al the drive, ability and initia i\e in the best American tradi • ion. as well as a host of friend; m the travel industry which he has cultivated in over 15 years if activity in air transportation." apt. Gardner declared. Miss Retskin Weds Physician Wearing a bridal suit of white aiencon lace. Elena Marion Retskin was married to Dr. Joseph Louis Sitnick at the Pub Restaurant on Saturday. June i> Cantor Sheldon Kodner officiated at the ~i o'clock ceremony, which wafollowed by a dinner in the restaurant and a reception at the home ot the bride's parcel-. Mr and Mrs. Harold Retskin. 5028 Maggiore. Attending the bride were Eileen Singer and Judy Newman. Serving the bridegroom were his brother, Asher Sitnick. best man, William Retskin. the bride's brother, Daniel S. Miller and Dr. David J. Singer, ushers A graduate of Southwest High, Mrs. Ret-kin is a junior at JackI son Memorial Hospital School of I Nursing. She is a member of Tsion BBG. Dr. Sitnick did his undergraduate work at the University of Pennsylvania and received his medical degree from its School of Medicine. He served his internship at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Miami Beach, and has completed tw i years of surgery at Jackson Memorial HospitalHe is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, medical honorary. The newlyweds will live in Philadelphia, where Dr. Sitn.ck will complete his residency in surgery al the Albert Einstein Medical tenter, and Mrs. Sitnick will complete her education in the Center's School of Nursing. Later this summer, they will honeymoon in Canada. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Betty Sitnick and the late* saak Sitnick, ot Philadelphia Social Singles Dance B'nai B'rith Social Singles will bol,| a dance on Saturday. 9 p.m., at the Chalet Room of the Lucerne Hotel. 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Fcge 4-B Jen /$#> fleridtor Friday. June 12, ig 64 r^calm of *^5ocietif \m o. Miss Varda Berman Becomes Bride Of Harvey Krull in Evening Rites Here Iiss Varda Berman became the de of Harvey L. Krull in cerejnies Sunday, June 7. at 5 p.m. •-bbi Leon Kronish. spiritual %  der of Temple Beth Sholom. of. iated at the early evening rites • !d In the Algiers Hotel. The bride is the daughter of and Mrs. Moshe Berman, of • :7 Froude Ave.. Surfside. The .,"* x • JLiv< WHAT 18 IT? Competent, understanding effective care for convalescent and chronic -My ill aimed always at max imam self-care. the most importint nursing ingredient; &f TENDER LOVING CARE for Budget Rates and Brochure Coll Nollywd YU 7-0980 Miami 949-1531 NURSING HOME 1200 N. 35th AVE. HarhnMO*. %  KUinM. k.CS.m. Mm groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Krull. of Houston. Tex. The new Mrs. Krull's father is executive director of the Greater Miami Israel Histradut Committee here. Reception and formal dinner followed the ceremonies at the Algiers. For her wedding, the bride chose a formal gown of white •ilk organza combined with reemhroidered alencon lace and fashioned with a portrait neckline, three-quarter puff sleeves and an organta belt defining the fitted waistband. The lull organza skirt cascaded into a slight train. Matron o! honor was Mrs. William A. Helfnian. Miss Frances Blankficld was bridesmaid. Best man for his son was Albert L. Krull. I'shers included I'ri and Zvili Berman. brothers of the bride. William A Helfnian was groomsman. The new Mrs. Krull is a grad uate <>l Miami Beach High School. At the University of Houston, she ~ a reporter for the student news paper The groom, a graduate of the I'niversity ot Houston, is in the lis busim -•• MRS. HARVtY t. KRUIL Following a length) honeymoon motoring through the United states, the couple v ill be honored at a reception al the Houston home oi the groom's parents mi June 20 Thej will reside at 3511 Linkvalle> ;n Houston, Tex Mills, Courshon Will Live In Coral Gables MUs Barbara Jo Courshon is now Mrs. Michael Allen Mills. The couple exchanged VOWS at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday. June 7. .1 7 p.m with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Courshon. 1620 Daytonla Rd. The grooms parents are Mr. and Mrs. J B. Mills, of 1650 Dayonia Rd. For her wedding, the bride chose I white silk shantung floorlength gown with bodice and front of the >kirt appliqued in alencon lace and seed pearls. The ensemble included a matching coat designed with a Queen Anne collar and chapel train A high crown of matching beaded lace v.as featured with triple-tiered illusion veil She carried a bridal bouquet ol white orchidon a Bible Matron ol honor v as MrEdward Levinson Deannc Courshon was maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Patsj Tieger Martha Kent. Judi Rudolph and Arlene Safer Besl man was Lee Mills ushers included Michael Oritl Si art Specti i Edv ard Le\ inson and Brian Brompsl \r |j ed Mrs Mills enl to Miami Beach Senior High Si : hi I • iv ersity ol Floi la MRS. MICHAti /Mills • • %  r--:ty .now attending the I ni il Miami The groom, a graduatu senior ai the University of \i mi, also •W ni to Beach High Dinner and receptioi : IUN at the Doral Reach Hot.-. After i honcj mix n %  in Coral Gable• W. %  n. i u., 1.1. MRS. RICHARD ROSENBERG Rosenbergs Take Nassau Trip lama Ka-per and Richard I. I senberg exchanged wedding v-ws in 730 p.m. rites on Tuesy, 'une 9, at Temple Beth TorRabbi Irving Lehrman ofi.cited I he bride is the daughter of and Mrs. Jack Kasper. 13155 cayne Blvd., No. Miami Beach. Tie groom is the son of Mr and Irs. Herman Rosenberg, of Mar -.te. \J. Sister of the bride. Miss Janice Kasper, served as maid of honor. R chard Lowenstein was best man. N'ewlywed Mrs. Rosenberg is a aduate of the University of Miami, where she received a chelor of Education and a Master of Education degree She is pa.-t president of Delta Phi ilon Sororitv." The groom is a graduate of the University of Miami, with a BS ( i grec. He will attend law school I • ginning this September. Following a honeymoon spent Nassau, the couple will be at I me at 13105 NE 6th Ave No. Miami. A reception at Beth Tor•h followed the exchange of their \ • ws. >MI trof WITM TMI HOIIOi .Al. WAREHOUSE SALE Saturday only S:30a.m. to 4:30 P-m a sale so great we're staging it at our /l/EIV warehouse here's how to get there. I. *V ST JeTiluitftirnh. 7333 N.w lii, WAREHOUSE MIAMI INTTP.NATIONAL AMPOUT Save 25% to 7(K on jm's big sale! £i erything from home furnuhinp, major appliances, bidding and Unttu, io toys and .spotting goo! 0 V



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Page 12-B *•Jen1st* fftricUan Friday. June 12. 196' Five receive awards at graduation exercises as honor students of the ninth grade graduating class at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy, presents, medals to the honorees (left to right) Irene Malavsky, Maxine Zisguit, Sol Weiss, Stanley Gliksman and Robert Stein. 700 At Graduation Exercises for Hebrew Academy as Top Students Win Awards "Just as you have been taking and preparing for tests throughout >our schooling so Hlust you be prepared to lace the many ti>ts which you will encounter in life. We are certain that the basic training you have received in the Hebrew Academy has prepared you to pass the test of life as gloriously as you have passed your academic examinations.*' This was part of the message delivered by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the HebrewAcademy, before a capacity audience of more than 700 people it the graduation of the Hebrew Academy's ninth grade on Wednesday evening. Irene Malavsky, Robert Stein, Stanley Gliksman, Maxine Zisquit and Solomon Weiss were the *ive top honor students. Other awards were The .tew. ish Floridian Journalism award to Maxine Zisquit: Altimni-Midot Tovot Award to Solomon Weiss; Max Silverberg Sportsmanship Award to Israel Porusb. The American Lemon God and Country Award went to Robert Stein, Stanley Gliksman was cited t<>r schi larship and Israel Horn.i for athletu The North Shore Optimist E holarship tward was presented to Irene Malavsky Chairman of the evening was Mark Bunim, The invocation was delivered by Maxim Corndorf and the benediction by Sandra Ehrenreich. The Shalom, Welcome Address, was presented by Solomon Weiss. Diplomas were distributed by Rabbi Morris L. Horoviti, assistant principal, and Alexander Moscovits, chairman of the Board of Education. Class trophies for the ninth grade graduating class were presented by David Abrams and Jonathan Geiger. Presentation of the class gift was made to Louis Merwitzcr, president of the Academy, by Barry Benenfeld. The first copy of "Chaverim." the senior class yearbook, was presented to Rabbi Grata by Marc | Sommer. business editor. A Bible reading from the Book ot Proverbs was offered by Eva i Woohlfarth in Hebrew and Gary' Hesnick in English. A specially-written script called "The Jew, Israel and Torah," was presented by Maxine Zisquit, Thomas Weiss, Robin Zelkowitz, Ira Oster and Stanley Gliksman. Farewell speeches were made by Robert Stein in Hebrew and Irene Malavsky in English. Portions of the Mikado were presented by the Academy choir under the direction of Miriam Donnet. The announcement of awards w as made by Rabbi Gross. Summer Tops' Open Sunday Under Solomon Relaxing concert music will be conducted by Izler Solomon on Sunday at the Miami Beach Auditorium in the first of the Miami Beach Symphony Summer "Pops" -erics. James Streem is guest pianist Sunday night in this 14th season, directed by Barnett Breeskin and managed by Ernest Silverman, Concert goers will hear Solomon londuct the Overture to "RossIan and Ludmilla." Glinka: Little Fugue in G Minor, Bach-Calliet: "Saturday Night, a Barn Dance, Sanders; Polka and Fugue from "Schwanda the Bagpiper," Weinberger; Prelude to "Die Meistersinger," Wagner; Rakoczy March from "Damnation ot Faust." Her lioz: Polonaise from "Eugen Onegin." Tchaikowsky; and selections from "West Side Story." Bernstein-Son dheim. Guest pianist Streem will play the Liszt Concerto in E flat. Solomon, who has conducted the New York Philharmonic, the Houston, the BBC in London, the Cincinnati Symphony, Chicago .symphony, Israel Philharmonic and the Philadelphia Orchestra, first appeared here 10 years ago when he conducted the Symphony of the Air. Subscriptions and single concert sales are in progress for Summer "Pops." and subscriptions may be purchased through the office of the Miami Beach Symphony, 1140 Alton Rd.. or at Miami Beach Auditorium. Cedars Names Patient Counselor Sanford K. Bronstein. a,imini>'ralor of Cedar> oj Lebanon Hos pltal, announces the app<>'ii'meni of Mrs Jacqueline Dale "or the newly-formed position ot patient relations counselor. Mis Dale will visit eve:-y patii nt throughout her worki ;; day nid act as liaison between the ail ministration of the nqspital and the patients. Her most recent experieno v as as social director and ,:.. relations counselor for t P metto Convalescent Home, h this capacity. >he counseled path and their families and ocial and cultural progr hem, MRS. JACQUlllNl DAlf Harmony Lodge Meets Quota Ben Mazur, 49. motel owner in Key West, this week became the 120th member ot Harmony Lodge, successfully culminating the mem bcrship goal of 120 set only four months ago as a tribute to the 120th anniversary of B'nai B'rith. Mazur who. with his wife Ruth. live at Duval and South Sts.. south ernmost point in Key West, enjoys the distinction of being the southernmost resident in the I'.S. Harmony Lodge meetings are held the first Monday of each month. 8 p.in in the USY Hall of Both Torah Congregation. Pre> ident is Bernard I-angbcrg. Farband Plans Boat Ride Here Members Ol '.' %  Ben :rnni David Bliss. Lebediker an Zion Branches : F.irh.r I, I hi Labor Zionist Order, will ipen I u day on the luxurious ream Boat In a cruise Sunday. starting from Plea B, "... Yacht Basin, at 9:30 a m. The committee in chargi rangements has prepared ;ames folk-singing, reading, and : dancing. There will be >and for music. The Farband flag will f. from the Dream Boat, which is scheduled for a one-hour st^p for light seeing in Ft. Lauderdale. Vice president. Oscar SSapiro is in charge of :h function foi Lebediker Branch. *hich nuni ben some 400 members. WK AT -FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT -FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concftrtsl W K AT FM RADIO STATION WEDR-FM MIAMI'S


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T:ge 4-A +Je*ist ftcrkfiar Friday. June 12. 1954 Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4G05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher IEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher — 1 1 1 % % %  %  — %  %  %  %  %  —1 %  %  %  % %  %  ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent The Jewish FTorWtan does not guarantee the Koahrutn of the RierchandlM advertise*! in lt column*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area Ont Year 15.00 Three Year* 112.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 24 Friday. June 12. 1964 2 Tcrmuz 5724 Official Trip In Every Sense of Word The visit of Prime Minister Eshkcl must be regarded a6 an astonishing success. The Prime Miniver's visit is official in every M :se of the word. Not only has he been received o .he White House and been entertained at Blair House, he is also ing led on a grand tour of American military installaions in c plane put at his disposal bv lident Johnson and the U.S. ned Forces. Mr. Eshkol's trip thus has the al seal of approval of our Government whose State Depart• traditionally cool toward Is. 8 best interests, this week :: ...-.a it necessary to dress down the envoys of the Arab nations here tor their critical remarks conning the manner in which Mr. Es/ikol was being received. What this means is that, unlike the tours here of former Israeli chief executives, David BenGurion's included, Mr. Eshkol's is more than a back-door, hour-long visit with the President sandwichec in among a gamut of desperc:e meetings with American Jewish organiza!:cns. In the case of Prime Minister Eshkol. guite th opposite seems to be true. We hope this augurs well for future U.S.-Israel relations and :c: stronger moves designed to bring peace to the Middle East. Consul Dover Leaves We join other communities in the South-i region of the United States in bidding farev. ell to Consul Zeev Dover who has represented his Government of the State of Israel durthe past few years. Throughout his tenure Consul Dover has been ready, quick and able to supply informa10 all medic and interested parties on the e:it affairs of his country. During moments oi crisis, he explained calmly, rationally and h great intelligence the issues involved. All are grateful to him for his fund of knowledge and the interest he always manifested in cooperating with cities throughout the region ; called upon his services. Consul Dover continued to represent the h.gh calibre of diplomatic capability that has marked the tenures of his predecessors In this office. We are happy for him that he is returning to other duties in Jerusalem. But we are sorry to see him leave us. on CJA agency assistance in the coming months. The best purpose of a successful 1964 campaign are already being felt as a result of going over the top. Apart from renewed confidence in the Combined Jewish Appeal and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation as our community's overall planning and fund-raising organization, our humanitarian and welfare needs have received a much-needed and longoverdue move forward in the direction of more satisfying service. The Results of Success The unanimous adoption of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal allocation to its member cgencies Monday night indicates the consequences of a successful campaign. CJA proposed SI,371,362 for its operation of local, national and overseas affiliates during the year ahead, a figure some S80.000 more than in 1963. This means much in terms of expanded facilities and programs for every organization benefiting from the Combined Jewish Appeal. As a con&equ&nce it means much to the ind:v.duals, Miamians included who will call upArgentine Jewry's Fate The situation of Jews In Argentina is a grave one. The recent activities of Hussein Triki, representative of the Arab League in Aigentina. complicates the picture even furthei. It is therefore heartening to note the recent statement of Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president of the central body of organized Argentine Jewry, who declared that things might ever. worse if not for a sympathetic government determined to avoid anti-Semitic extremism. We hope that Dr. Goldenberg s statement is well-founded because the view from here seems to be a dismal one at best. As Dr. Goldenberg see it. Triki's Nazi-variety anti-Semitism has worked not only against his immediate aims but against those of the Arab cause, as well. The distinguished Argentine leader also asserts that even the Egyptian Embassy in Buenos Aires has disavowed him. This would seem to be an exceptionally optimistic approach to the concerns of the Argentine Jewish community except for the fact that politics most often manifests itself in strange ways, always adapting its interests to the needs of the terrain. Thus. Arab anti-Semitism based on Nazi stereotypes may be considerably more effective in one area of the world than in another a particular variety of bigotry may make more enemies in Buenos Aires than it makes friends in Cairo. This is what Dr. Goldenbera seems-fo be telling us in his statement. We hope h rect in his conclusions. I Published every FYlit:> since i!>:" by The Jewteh Flortdtaa at ISO X.I-:. Blxth Btreet. .Miami i. Florida Booond-CUM Kit-lime Paid ui Miami. Florida, The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity ana the Jewish Weekly. Member ot the Jewish Teleoraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News = Service, National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. er LIE ON my back, floating in eight feet of inter, mv hands clasped behind m „ neck, my eyes searching ,J English-Jewish Newspapeis. and the Florida Press Assn. j during the week s e e i ntensely blue sky filled with as i see-it %  ;* <**<•,/> <• ***** a long time. thinking hupotullv by LEO MINDLIN • e e --. tlllly nothing: but the Intense con ccntration needed to be hljnk becomes an emotional effort all its own. I bump into an are up other form: both of us set. and we flounder for balance. In the spray of shaking heads and blowing nostrils, we smile tolerantly. I recognize him as the owner of the pool, the cabins, the whole shebang. He continues to smile well after I can mutter no more polite words: the fact emerges that I had. indeed, been thinking nothing. "Do you like guns"" he asks. I shake my head gently, 'no Ht seems surprised, dives to the depth of the eight feet, comes up hufi. ing mightily on the point of his own column of water, and invfl M me to come and visit his display case in the lobby. I tell him I would be delighted, wondering how to avoid it all. but he lifts hinwU t< the edge of the pool, emerges erect, a colossus against the heavens Meekly. I follow behind, calling into his back that I want to change first. He nods, waving a sign of his approval. Later, in the lobby. I look up to the fearful display on a wall hih above his desk and switchboard. He climbs up. opens the locked sliding doors and removes a bayonet 'This was Ernst Roehm's." lie explains. In the grenadilla handle is emblazoned a silver swastika "Know who Uorhin was?" he asks. A STKANGl QUtSTION TO 81 ASKID I NOD POSITIVELY in repl) "Chief of the SS." Re • bayonet between the thumb of one hand and Index I other "It was Ins personally." I am told a second time added emphasis I read the German inscription on the bra Ehre heissl Irene He shrugs I don i know anythin he says blankly, and lovinglj caresses Roehm's signati site side ol the blade "Gol it ofl %  dead German offici plains I translate. MF Inscription Von Herman"'" he.inks I -. %  < %  %  laugh Ms %  %  '• i cither beautifully feigned i • I I >l.l., -V.. I ......1. .... ; .... I I. ...I i .1... t .. i.. .. IT*! All TH£ SAMt TO HIM QNE JEWISH ORGANIZATION .,. .nvo'.ced. w-' I '" %  "-"l^t Isaid." he emphasised. Not quite. I ans eed to explain th, difference between whet he said ai •houghl he said Afloa once more, the water washes over h Io folk XT S m 8k>Ward Same ,hta to me." he says >ou folks believe In prayer? Seem, i understand you re ee .ndtake to_ enjoying its sound "Do ,, .,,,.,with I ^answer him v ? B underrto l "i agree with the pri. < a ^"" shis turn to be slleol After a while ""' lo •'-'-'• •' -ays "With the principle." I repeat, Iv.ip!i S 'h"ve"!"n..!;'," U '" "* V" V "" '" lk > > h M """' several t,n .' ,ha rtdio %  %  %  I tell him I morion Sl^S ^S 1 !!'" L:h, tm ** ""^ 1; ^1 have it eitv n i lkv e Pe**Uy." he says. Did. prettj rough over there i mean Roehm and the n iMlSTCr I7ei t 5hll rt '" %  ""'" P"U "Wh< efficiency -some hm %  £ 7 ,'"' ,trok< ,am u ''"' ,,s ctoms > ard. i,.,„, !: : l ; ; ; ,: ( h ,:;i %  "***.%  *ou of m> slosh i ; l '" "•"•'' %  ** %  %  %  into the ttw.n % %  ;;" ;h.'encre >,.,•.* | •"•< %  •"... *< "-.iiii* "i t" No l reply, and am shocked bj the lou ol mj voice, lie eamines me curious!) "A lot of (; more guns Mv interest, noncv •Outset, is b) now more than exhausted it is a growing kl m my chest "Guess I'll IKgetting back KI the pool oi ocean, i beg ofl Thank you for showing me vour collcctn remark You're entirely welcome, he tings back in t!be uses over the phone when I call the desk at night of ice JM BlAMl IMMtDIATHY PINPOINTtD I'M IN THE eight feet of water again, and we bump a seco time. The spray rises as We catch our balance It's a slow eek aim he has little to do except swim. I assess his nen-actu Hv angl il\ Thai supreme Court.' h, says -Which"I ask him, suddenh realizing hat he has been doing considerably more than swimming He been reading the newspapers, i have onl\ been reading D< Stern.' "huh is a German reflection oi ., non-existent German) a leport on the -taino| bikinis at the Cote d'A/ur entltli Del Bixini gent nichl unter" and. for contrast, an exclusive inten SS Obersturmfuehrer Hans Walter Zech Nenntwich at the v in Cairo, following his nap,from Braunschweiger Prison "In Washington." he saya and I recall %  inippei ol newscast aboui prayerIn the schools ol Florida "This to..,uied en prayer." he continues. Floating once more. 1 wax More like on water, l theor./e "There's i buoyanc) l< uon, i suggest, "which welcomes all kindol foundatioi included Hes not satisfied "You folks were involved in thai • tuianth He mentions the name oi %  radio program ."'Y' %  "* %  '"' :,; w toe aince our arrival ,r> I *. rikht-wingen and outright ant. Semitei -.. | lam



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"Jewish Floridiaia .37 Number 24 Combining THE JMISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY Miami. Florida. Friday. June 12, 1964 Two Sections —Price 2 1* Eshkol Views Space Center at Cape Kennedy U.S. Army Air Defense Honors Israel's Premier In Ceremony at Ft. Bliss BLISS, Tex. — (JTA' — Minister Levi Eshkol was I by the U.S. Army Tues"u Army An Defense Ccn where Israeli personnel aining to aetivate Israel's missile battalion. I .,1.1.le and luneheon honor in. ; T.-mier Kshkol took place M. net with the Israeli military 1 here who will soon numI. The Israeli trainees here • i!' r. tuIB,... actually fired I'.S. Hawks and lead the trainees at Fort Bliss with .(le averages of over 98 at the -lie school. The Israeli trainee* commended the U.S. Army for outstanding cooperation with them. A detachment of Israelis participated in the U.S. Army parade. The luncheon honoring Premier = shkol was tendered by Major General Tom Stayton, command•>g general of the U.S. Army i.r Defense Center. Gen. Stayin expressed pleasure at receiving the Prime Minister and commended the Israeli train| ees. Mr Eshkol wit honored by the tiring "I a 21-ennnon salute. He 1 as greeted by the children of Israeli military personnel who presented blue and white flowers to Mrs. Kshkol. He viewed Hawk anti-aircraft missiles of the type soon to be made operational by I Israel. Commands UuYiffi "Vie" military Continued on Page 13-A Special Presidential Plane Flies Him to Aeronautics Facility Inspection Tour TOP UVEl WHfRlWIND TA1KS PACt 3-A Why did the late Prime Minister Nehru, of India, never recognize Israel? Read Joshua Justman's report direct from Jerusalem. Paqe 14-A. Germans Finding Relations With Israel Deteriorating CAM KXPI Ottll SATtlUUS? PAGt 6-A BONN i-lTA A West German Parliamentary leader and a German youth group who have recently returned from visits to Israel declared here thai relations between Israel and West Germany NEGRO LEADER JOINS GROUP Brooklyn Hassidic Patrol Now Interfaith Vigilance Organization \ YORK I JTA) The radio car patrol organicHassidic Jews In the crime crown Heightsection ol n 1being expanded into %  interfaith interracial project, !al>bi Samuel Schrage, one ol ,ni/. r-aid this week reorganisation was decided ftcr a closed meeting "i Pro nt, Catholic and Jewish lead ith civil and political ol attending The firs! change 1 in the name ol the patrol i the Maccabees since its lion two weekago, II i now • • "Citizens Communitj Patrol." Rabbi Schrage and eight Other Hassidic rabbis attended the closed mcetina. The 40 Brooklyn community leaders present included Bishop E. D. Washington, a Negro, who volunteered to take charge of the patrol's operation during the coming Sabbath. ,\ ien member steering commit tee as named at the meeting to direct the reorganization. The steering committee was Instructed t" l*et more radio-equipped pa lro l ca rs The Maccabees have been operating five cars, manned by unarmed Hassidic Jews, oh tained through donations Rabbi Benjamin Krcitniaii. a Continued on Page 8-A are reaching a crisis point. Dr Carlo Scbmid, vice presi dent of the Bundestag, said in an interview that the -ituation has deteriorated noticeably." The youth gawp consistial ol 28 high school teachers -pent three weeks working and traveling In Israel. Representatives ol the group told a news conference that the Israelis they met were seriousl) disturbed over developments in West Germany, They said that Israelis were most concerned over Bonn's refusal to establish diplomatic relations with Israel, the West German Government's failure to take action against German scientists working for the Egyptian armaments industry and the disinterested attitude of the West German public toward Nazi war crimes trials. The teachers also reported that Israelis found West German official explanations on these matters unconvincing. Dr. Schmid reported that lie found the same complaint-. He emphasized thai Israelis^both Government officials and the na 1 n at large—are worried about the German rocket scientists 111 Nasser's employ. "The fear is Continued on Page 13-A NKW YORK — (JTA) — Israels Prime Minister Levi Kshkol left New York aboard a U.S. Air Force special plane alter a busy fourday visit during which he was honored by the City of New York. bj United Nation.SecretaryGeneral U Thant, by Adlai E. Stevenson, permanent representative ol the United States to the UN, and by leading Jewish organizations. The Kshkol party landed later at Cape Kennedy. Fla.. where Dr. Kurt H. Debus, director of the John F. Kennedy Space Center. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, gave a luncheon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eshkol. The Israel Prime Minister and his 1 wife then visited the facilities of the Space Center and later departed aboard a U.S. Air Force -pedal flight for Houston, Tex where 1 hey were given a reception by Mayor Louie Welch. Prior to his departure from New York, the Israel Prime Minister sa*d in a television interview that he did not consider Soviet Premier Khrushchev's speeches in Egypt last month a "go-ahead" signal to the Arabs to attack Israel. He expressed the opinion that, in his utterances against Israel during his visit in Egypt, Mr. Khrushchev used "much milder language" than he had in previous statements. Mr. Eshkol,cited the fad that Mr Khrushche\ mentioned Israel Continued on Page 7-A BREACH OF PROTOCOL State Dep't. Scolds Arab Envoys Here WASHINGTON .JTA) Acting Secretary of State George W. Ball, acting at the direction Of President Johnson, scolded the ambassadors ol 13 Arab nations who were summoned to the State Department because ol an insulting piesrelease warning the United states on its conduct in relation to the visit ot Israel Prime Minister Levi E-hkol In an unprecedented move, the White House and Mate Department went into action to challenge the breach ol protocol One high official said the Arab joint statement was comparable only to a situation that might have taken place bad the American ambassadors in Cairo warned President Nasser on the sort ol hospitality to be extended to Premier Khrushches. Mr. Ball, it was learned, told the Arab envoys that their warning on the Eshkol visit was unacceptable and amounted to a breach of protocol and propriety. Continued on Page 12A Escaped Nazi Leaves UAR After Comfy Stay in Cairo LONDON — tJTA) Walter Zech-Nenntwich, the former SS officer who lied from a maximum security prison in West Germany to seek refuge in Egypt, has left Cairo for Ethiopia, it was reported lure from the Egyptian capital. The former Nazi bad been con \ 11 led ol complicity in the war Negro Rights and Jewish Life Seen Compatible 1 Uk ;..! .....I HwlfftMl :.._ I.I. ... < nnl iitlHr r time murder ol 5.200 Jewin the Pinsk Ghetto lie fled to Switzerland and turned up in Cairo. where be boasted that a Nazi secrel underground had aided his escape last April He lefl t airo at the "sugges ; lion" of Egyptian authorities, who reportedly advised him to leave to end anj possible friction be. 1 ween Egypt and the West German Government, which had formally requested the Egyptian Government to extradite him LOS ANGELES (JTA-A ial justice and the value of pre statement affirming the proposi serving distinctive Jewish comion that it ia possible to achieve nuin.ty were cited as basic .0 I. %  the balance of integration and fining an action Prograta. Tne :.p...ateness needed for creative statement considered by tit l.UW lewish life and lull participation j workers in Jewish communalI serin the civil rights struggle for all vice stressed that a £P*">** Americans was approved this week .landing ol Jewiah tttfMoa J*J .. the Notional Conference ol democracy indicated tJ*cPJJ nriah. Communal Service ibtttty Of these cnontUmentt^rth The Jewish commitment to SOCspecific reference to the pro.r.im. ol Jewish social and welfare agencies. Dr. Nathan Glaier, University of California sociologist, told the conference that Negro demand* challenged the right of maintenance of sub-communities, such as the Jewish one. If has always been assumed, he said that the group pattern of American life was not under challenge and that the advancement of the disadvantaged could proceed without such a challenge. If American Jews were protected for a time against such demand-, be said, they are not protected against demands for entry Continued on Page ll-A _> />->>i .1 i -./i/o > 1 "Armageddon." latest novel by Leon Iris, out this week, is reviewed by Hilary Mindlin. (See Page 14-A.)



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Page 12-A 9>JtnU*nm*Mw I P/*W Graduation day ior 14 kindergarten students of Beth David Congreqation Gan Yeladim clasp hands in friendship. They are (left to right) Lynn Ann Klotz. Carol Volk, Benjamin Gadon, Mario Brammick, Arthur Greenfeder. Andrew Labbi. Sandra Lanqer, Sheri Orensiein. Linda Gardner. Amy Bernstein. T. R. Beer. David Hinkes, Sheldon Stauber and Buddy Adler. Beth David is now accepting registrations for the fall term. Children of members and non-members, from 3 throuqh 5 years of age are eligible. Gan Yeladim meets each weekday morning from 9 1o 12 noon, and is taught bv licensed teachers. Transportation is available in some areas. State Dep't Scolds Arab Envoys Continued from Page 1-A An official State Department announcement said that Mr. Ball summoned the Arab ambassadors to pursue with them the statement. The Arab diplomats •merged from Mr. Ball's office in an annoyed and unhappy mood. They declined to respond directly to press questioning and immediately left the State Department. The Arab propaganda move had warned the United States that Mr. E>hko! was seeking munitions and a security suarantee. objectives vh.ch the Arabs warned would undermine American Arab relations. The statement accused Mr. Eshktd of exploiting preelection atmosphere to puh in Washington for arms and a new mutual security arrangement. The Arab statement cautioned that concessions to Eshkol meant "dangers" to the future course ef American relations with the 13 An.b states. TTie Arab states all receive various forms of assistance lrom the United States. A previous joint move by the 13 Arab ambassadors took place prior to the Eshkol visit when the grotp called on Secretary of State Dean Rusk. The Egyptian Ambassador the same day met with President Johnson. It was learned that on these previous occasions the Arabs were more moderate and less threatening in their approach. President Johnson and the Slate Department were com minded in the Senate for the rebuke to the Bureau Tests Show Progress HAUER UNVEILING Monument! ISlDOR HAUER HELEN HAUER %  Sunday, June 14 I %  %  \ I ; ; \Vv T I St. Mi. %  I % %  \ %  Results of the Bureaus annual testing program have been sent to the 24 participating schools, according to Joseph Cohen, presi dent. A total of 6,242 tests wore administered in the following subjects: Hebrew. Prayers. Customs and Ceremonies, Biblical History, Post-Biblical History, Modern History, Basic Judaism, Humash, Zionism and Israel. The program included test* prepared by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Education Committee of New York City, and the American Association of Jewish Education. Results of the testing program established community norms in the subjects tested, which have been made available to all schools for evaluating their achievement in the past school year, and for scheduling the school program for the coming year. Schools ire offered the opportunity to compare their individual school norms in each subjecl with the community norms revealed by the ti.242 te-t> administered Results of the test show a similarity in achievement in Hebrew EMANUEL GORDON 1877194* HARRY GORDON 1903 1964 L/M** ears in Customs and Ceremonies. History norms for this >ear compare favorably with that of last year, and definite improvement is indicated on the tests in Prayers and Basic Judaism. The annual testing program is an important service to the Bureau lor all Jewish schools in an effort to identify deficiencies and to improve standards of education in the varying subjects on differing grade levels. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Vocr Furnifure, Clofhinq, linens. Dishes, Drapes, Etc. 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7 age 10-B •v Imistib fk>rirfikTir Friday. June 12, 19^ 1 Temple Beth Sholom Installs Snetman As President at 21st Annual Meeting H • %  < oer-Ka.hu MRS. RICHARD LEWIS Evening Rites For Lewis, Neidich \n evening ceremony united the mer Marilyn Neidioh, daughter l)r and Mrs Sol Neidich, of Beaufort, S.C., and Richard Lewis, son id Mr and Mrs irvin W. Lewis. 7100 Sunset Dr. tabbi Leon Kronish officiated the Thursday. Juno A. nuptials 1 it Temple Beth Sholom where eception followed. ow honeymooning in Nassau, .• couple will live al 6772 SW %  St For the wedding, the bride se ted a white satin gown with U skirl and full chapel train -limned with bateau neckline. Ig sleeves and a midritl emoidered with pearlShe card white orchids and stephanotis "anged on a prayer book. %  Jakl of honor was Miss Linda iJdich. with Phyllil Levine. tanne Pallot anlow. Marvin (iro.-sman and Bill Polansky Daughter of Mr and Mrs Emanuel Kaplan, the bride grail rated from Miami Senior High, attended Dade Count) Junior Col lege and earned a degree at the Florida College of Medical Tech nolog>. She is a member of Thespians, Civinettes, ami Future Nurses of America. Now associated with Alexander Carpet Co of Coral Gables, the bridegroom is a graduate ol .Miami Senior High and ia member of the Air Force Reserve. His parentare Mr. and Mrs Sam Bergman, !250 SW 58th Ter On their return from a honey moon at Tamarack Lodge in New York, the couple will live in the Winward Garden Apartments, No, Miami Beach, Trim Look Will Feature Meeting Of Or Olom Unit Mrs Albert Solo, program chair man for Sisterhood ol Temple or Olom, B75S SW 16th SI announced this week that the program tor this month's meeting on June 18 will be "The New Look—A Turn mer Vou The public iinvited general meetings held the third Thursday evening of each month, 8:30 p m at Temple Or Olom's Social Hall. Mrs, Hank Schueler. president ol Trim Club and corresponding secretary for Dieter's Association of Southern Florida, will conduct the program, giving a demonstra tion of '"Static Tension Exercises." Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Murray Mandel. hostess chairman and her committee Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, executive director. Southeast Council. Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Rabbi Leon Kron k-h, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. Mr. and Mrs. Irving B Kaplan, who were chairmen of the 21st annual congregational dinner, and James M. Albert, outgoing president, at the dinner in the Temple Auditorium. Rabbi Seltzer was installing officer. INSURED SA VINGS earn liberal dividends paid and compounded quarterly 4 1 A Year — ** Current Rate LOW COST HOME FINANCING to Buy, Sell, Build, Refinance, Repair or Remodel OPEN OR ADO TO YOUR DADE FED ERAl SAVINGS ACCOUNT BY JUNE 22nd AND EARN FROM THE III, 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County M.,n Otf.ee 101 E„t FH*. St. T.mi.m. Branch 1901 S ft 8th St Allapattah Bunch 1400 N W 36th St. Kendall Branch US 1 StS.ft 104th St North Mum, Branch. 123/0 h ft l Xb A... ErJ.son C.nt.r Branch S800 N W 7tk A.*. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 210 MILLION DOLLARS



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Friday. June 12. 1964 iW/cfl flrrirflftri Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME-LAJfV I. '. \(t.nmr OIVEN imt I i, ,|, engagi In I r Hi,, fli tltlous nan I i|(OK SHINE I' MIL' >R %  <• 1 'i \\ ciiur M ami, F a I amid mime with i rcull i '"'ii i %  •< I' idi i I. v \ :. CANTY, Sole i >w n. r I \ i \ i: v i,.|n. K Itni > A.I ioudlsg Viipllvuiil ;. %  .* %  %  S TME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA I" "OBATE No. 63032A %  K ill •i u REDE, NOTICE TO CREDITORS .'I. dllol :.IHl All I'.-i %  -•II.I In \ I • %  i, .ili.lAt.iln-I Said | are hereby notified ; %  t t#l re%  %  %  i mi) • lalm* .mil de All li *"i I) have against .... ul \i • H'ST \. RBI >B, de%  I Mil.i 'ount), I'l..i Ida, Count) Judges of Daide r.iuni he -.mi,, in duplicate .in.I Idi >i :ii H ii"ii 733.16, Florida %  %  -. in ilii-ir office in the r.ninhouse in I Mde '.MIIIIV. i< lop.. thin -i\ calendar iin.nths from Ml.of !• fllsl pul>l:< Itioil lloreihf same mil be barred. ., %  Miami, I i..riii.i. thla 2Mh i May, vn i'".i KI'RT WKi.l.lscii \ F*xecutor • publli .iii..n ,.f thla nofli • i n da) i.f June. Hull. H BLLISCH v i ney i..i Estate of AOgUsI I I. .<..IN.il ii. i i.i Ave Coral i tables, F la %  ; r>-i2-l9-26 rDMiM LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD / 'And Pop, ... if I fulfill aM the 613 Mifzvoth could I someday also become President of the Shul?" CeBf. W&i, Oaytnj PfodtJcUont •li.n t'f. II inLEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE \ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT | IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN DROBATE No. 63353C I : i-.. i VI, VINA I:HI:I:M'I:I.I.. MOIILE TO CREDITORS li .,.| Ail I •,:.-: I 1 I • I i i, n..in.iAL-.I li.-1 ..1 • • hen bj no) Ifli >l and n i| in i any i lalms and d< .• I,..I\ ii..,. .,..,11.-. VAI.VINA 1:111:1. <; • KI .1 i i I >adi i 'ount). '%  In. i '..Lilt > .1 ;l for Esi ite of .. Vina I .in, ni, ] i, Decc an cd A inter la Ave., Coral Uables, Ha 6 'i-ll'-lH-.'B N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6084b A x RE: Batata "f i >> K W. PERHOFF, B/k/a \. i>li Wll.l.lA.M PBRSOPP i % %  .', HBfld NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE SOTICJC Is hereby given that I have ..I my Final Report anil Petition for %  -ii .t.utlon and final Discharge aI \e. utnx of ihr estate of JACK VV I K-'il'l i k'*. JACOB Wll.l.lA.M :n.-'ihr', diseased: and lliat on the! %  h ,I.I> of JUiy, 1964, "III apply m | Honorable County Judges of Dadi iunty, l-'ii.rid.i. for approval of said Keport and lor distribution ami isl discharge, BnecutrU of the | late of the above-named de .dent. i'tb duy <>f May, 1964. F'THEL PBHSOFI i:x.. utrix MOM, HAYS • URL'NUWBHG neya > i. li } B llldlng i. ilorlda 6 "i-12-19-I6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63261-A In HE Ffctate "f II \\s II MNHqilfT |.. ......I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml i 'i • .ni'.i and M' %  • %  Hut ma i 'laini i i %  • % %  n Aaa %  n Said Yon are hereh I • [tint* ul %  IK.ili. IU 111' Il >OU I .( ii vxs i! i.iM'i.nisr | ,! I.i. ,.f I i,..l. i '.. %  • %  | %  ||| 'I 'M.I.' %  .H.;.ii %  I ,i.r..\ Idi .1 in r; II |i -::,• .'. -. in ili..li ol -ii li, i '..urn • mil 'In. ii--in I %  nii "nunl l' .' i In • i-'l rndar mttflfiis nm (he lints of the t'ir-i ptiMleatlon hereof, <.r lite IHH will '•• %  hai i %  •! tinted ..i Miami, Florida, Uiis !.-t da) "'' inn. \ I %  \l MtV \NN I.IMX.'I 1ST AAdministratrix First piii.n, aii..n i.i ihi> notice on %  Mi da> ..f %  t!"t. i 1:1 IN \i:ii u. HOBRT • if MTERS. HBIMAN ,xKAI1.AN •Mlnrn..\ for A.liiilnlsii.iti lx i r.'i < w i-i Street Mlaral, KL.iMa %  \ I-1S-19-M '. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Viiin-i: is HEREBY tllVBN thai -n. 'I. (li slrlna to enaaice '. r the i'l'ii"".i%  iVMII.I.l: VP MITMINI S I'm ; \\.. Miami, I li I rts Inti nds %  i rea % %  said name with the Cleric nf I hi 'ir in %  'ourl of I inde ( Florida. II VRRY N HANKOPF RORERT II 'TR U'RM ttlnini Vpplivant IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE iUVSNTii JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D&DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6072 \V SEITi "HIK ,\ Si INS, IXC a I %  • nnsj lv:i nia t'orporal Ion, I'lalnilff, vs. ii'MI.'N RBAl.TT IXC ., Florida in, ul, i ii fi i lanl" NOTICE OF SUIT Ti •: Kir-' National Hai k nf II ade fount) to foreclose a mortftnRe upon the following desci Ibed !•!"i" 11) : Parcel l I... i .-IL-III I>I of in... I, PVu t\ -fix.i i",i nf i 'i I.M.MERI iAI. srilDIVISRIX OP Vl.TON BEACH, aci nrdina to thi I 'In %  ihi reol i • ili .1 in I'l.n |l nik .; .ii i 'nee of the Publli K. "i iis of l Mil. Co I lorlda I*an el 2 \n of iirljtht, 11 tie and Inten -i aLessee by ent in and I., thai certain ninety-nine year lease made b) Alberl C. Fowler, an unmarried man, and Dixie K. Haydon if.. mi. i'iv i dale i: Sullivan), j,.in,..l b) her husbund, I' B, Ha) don, the said Alberl C, F'owler and ili, -., ill i 'isi,' i: Ha) don i fdtmi p ly liixi.. E. Sullivan) acting in their ,apa,iii.as individuals and as Executor nnil Kxecntrlx resiiertlvely of the Last Will and Testament ..f I llXle la K"" li '. .1. • • 11 SI .1 .1l.. --. i, to Martin Realt) i 'o .. Florida i orporation, al.< --. daleil Jnh i'. into, fill .I .liilj %  Iti and %  'i. 'i ii. '• • i i : % %  i al Pain "il .a the Public Records of Made i '..null, Iloridn ng • %  he following described • % %  %  mate, I. %  e Cou nl Ida, to-n ii. I... I Nil.. i 'i Rio. k !•' %  'I ( >M M KRl IAI. Si HI>IVI> ii IN i '!•' \ I Pi iN REACH, uril'lat thereof, i linl i i '.ni ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *jf?*i*#? ftwitttaNn solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE i: Togi i h. 1 jilt !. -. il.il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERBRf OYVBN tllal mi. rvimi.il, desiring to engafni in under the fictitious name of \MA K.M'iillT AM> I.MI'ii:r al ..ml B.W, l.ili Street, Miami. I'i'ia intends to raclater said name ill the Clerk of the Cir.ini I oon i>a.„. County, Florida li/HUHA l'MVKIi-IANS WPI'f.T|'. I i:i;.NATIi i.NAI. lilVISluX l.NC (.1 1 III ',.1 p.) Hole • iwner -:"'. li ".-12 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR UAOfc COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. C4C 5433 \N'M:I.A RtitA KKI.NA HK IV:RO. I'lntniuf, -va. Ills \NTii\ln LOBRO VRISMBNIM, Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION "> l.lls ANTONIO LOBRO AltlSMK.Nl %  lallfieio Sulelka Avenida de las THikiaa 1'rlnier tianiii, Apt. 7 t'araeas, Venezuela < % !' AKK HBRBRY notified that I'liipliilnt for Divorce lias been I .'^ aKHinsI )ou, and you are here1 i-wiuired t" -mi a oopy of your answer to the %  %  •mtilainl on the llaint ffa attorney, l.KsrKIt RQUBKS'. hoae addreaa is Ml N w. Hth street, Miami, Florida, an.) file the nginal of the AIIMUT In 'lie office ". thiClerk .a the FHeventh .in lal ircult in and for l>ade i',nni%. Florida, on or iH-for.. the th ] of l'me. I!i64, in default ,,f which Ilie imi'laim Mill be tHk.n a..ml I by V.III n VTEl) id.i iih day ,,f May. KM. F: n i.i:ATMi:it.\iA.\ Clerk ,ii the Circuit Court lly C. Iinl'Kl.AXli Deputy Clerk ;, M-M •; S-ll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61777-C IN RB; Estate "i OBOROB I' SPICEAK T i.e.-.i -,-U. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Mnvinc Claims or Demands Agehiat MM Batate: Tou are hereby Smlfled and required to present ai.\ claims and demands which .'on may have against the estate of lleorae P. Rpicaah daceased late of Cook County, Illinois, to the Count) Judges, ef Itade County, and fil. the same in dupllcati and .is flrovrded hi fecflon ::ti.ii., Florida Statutes, ill ill. li offleeV in the I'.i.univ Courthouse in Fntffe Peiimfy, Flori,lii, within -x calendar months from the tfme of the tit-1 publication hereof. or Hi. sttme ill he bSrred rvtfed at MISIHI. Florida, fnli 19th di i of May, A.i' K-OI. i-l i:Tl.KI. MAf.I \An. illar> Kxe.uti ix I Irsl publication "f Ihls ii"' i • n the ->tii day "f Max, 1904. RtCH \r.n .xNI:I .-' iN, ':si.>s' Mt.aii.v:... X ii, %  ii.* ry lix-e.Hrix' %  •,'<: I.in,.In Kti id Miirmi Beach, Klonli S 29, t 5-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63369-A In RE F"state "t HAItltV tioRDON 11. .I-..I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All fredltoi and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said I'.-i.i i. Vou ..' %  hereby notlfletl and required i" ; %  %  • 'in an) claims and dema mi.which you in" Kan uralnat Hi. estate of HARRT GORDON deceased late of I iinle I'miinv. Flornia. • the Count) Judges ..f Dade County, and file, the same in ilnpliriit, an,l a* provided In 8i ctlon T31.1S, Florida statutes. In th,hofflci a the i '"iinty Courthouse In Hail. County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the fir-t publication hereof, or the same win be I'.n i' d. Dated al Miami, Florida, this 1st da) "f June, A.D. 1H64. 1.HI IS HKI.MAN As Executor of Estate of HalT\ i ioiiloli, 11. .'.as.-.1 MYETUJ. ni:iMAN ,x KAPLAN Ry lAtVlti HBIMAN Attorn, \for Executor IIH B.W. 1st Street Miami, Florida 311130 S/I-1S-19-16 %  d A pi anil li ii n I'. .1 IttHik _•: 127 ..f thi I' bill Ki iiu-ds of I %  County, Togel hei %  %  '•! ill si Impi %  mi ni now and hi %  • -aid landi anil %  • fb irei i in : eto, and all i enl -. Issued, proHI'I ITol ii %  In.in said premises, all ol which are included within the i;..,nj: desci !•• ..ii an I hereof Also .'I! gas steam, eli vi' and "ili. r hi •• ng, r< II ii;." ul Ion, lighting, imltlng, ventilating, h rlgatlng an i pott i r systems and fixtures, which now s re or max hen aftei pi rtaln t" or IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUPT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60645 A IN RE: F'STATE OF JACK W PBRSOFF. D .1 Mini \\ II.I.IA.M ri:i:-' ] i. -a-. '! CITATION TO: ETHEL FERUOFF, rain S.W. li'i'i St reel Miami, F*ioi Ids II \l:i:v I'BRROFF, ::•.' %  l-^ist "list Street N.w York, New York M< ILLIB HI.AT-I'. mi I Chun li Aver le Hi ookl) n :' %  •;. Ni 1 HBL.BN HALPERN, MI. ii..i A\ .II ie i i. eansble, New fork SHI RLE) L-BIBOFF, l.;s Tanl) Leute Wantngh, Ni w Yol k I H iltls NEW MAN. %  3 F'ulton Ave Apt Noi ili Hollyw I, i 'alii SIIIIU.F:V Mrssn.i.ii. %  I \|..lll.'.-,Sti. %  • t Ni i'oi It -, Ni W S .\':i'iiri: HOLD •-1 N W :'iintli Ti i i ... 111.. MAKI1.) N UL.ATT. MrEn esl )'oung %  'huri li v %  i %  ll\ n .'... New I RuN \ i 1 1 II A i.i'i:i:N. \ I ... \ \ ...ii.i i, .an.-iil. Ni IToi UN i" fltX 'I 'MAN. \ .; rtllan \'i l.item fn hi ii i In neficlai les, to KENNirrH HALPERN II KIH MARK i!" ILI l I.I: \II I.I. A I r i i: \ Ni -INK i.Kiia FF STEPHEN PERSi >FI ILI ill ZIM.I'A HOLD CARI 'i.i: I-.I.ATT M VHTIN HALPERN I.KAII I.EinOFF ll:is PERM IFF Vi il ARE IIKKKKY NOTIFIED a Petition of Widow for Asslgnmi be -I-..I H'lth, .\,n ihough "! i|. lai llal.le. ili. if i >..u.i and Petition foi ISxecul -.n,l |iremCommission and Attorneys' I i s ha lacheil I... ',in.-ii n thi Count) Judge's Co in .iii.i for i I.I. i. County, Florida, %  ..... ,., you are hereb) r. milled to -••iv. You are required to file your i, ,, f .. our Answer or pleading swer to plaintiffs complaint with the ..,„| p et |flona on the Petitioner's! Uerk ..f the aforesaid Courtand ,,„ IKSS SIMON, HAYS A URUfc a1.or e neV T&ll-nTnXgf.Kf MR! WERU ""* Uy ,Wta,r "* NARD JACOBSON, nth Flur Dade FVderal Building Miami. Florida 3S131 not later than July ii. I9S4 or a l ••cree Pro Confesso will li. entered against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4329 I 1 KISI.AK MORVJAtl" CORPORATION "!• %  ri.ni'.inv llainllff, HER W.li It WILLIAMS, el n\. I lefendant NOTICE OF SUIT T>: Kits M Williams 7:1 Fourth Street bowel!, Masssihii-' H fo i are nerebj notified that Hie above eaptloned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit i unit ..I tin 11th .hull, lal Circuit of Florida in ami for lade County to foreclose a rrlurtiage upon tin followinn described real property: la.t T Block -' of TAYLOR MANOR, according lo the Phil thereof, as led in P'at li" '''• i" ''"' is of the PubUc Records "f Dade County, i' mi i .• Vou ale required lo file your answer to plaintiffs .'ompiHint wiiii the Clerk of the afon said Cmfrt. and .v.a copy thereof upon plain liff's attoniev MARTIN FINE, nth KI...... Dade Federal Building Miami •'-'. Florida, not inter ibau June Jlj ,,, ;l 11, iree l To i '"Hi. -~" n ill ''• • "" tired agiimst you. DATRD: May '-•B II I.I:A I iu:r:M w Clerk of the Cln ull >'.'iirt (seal) li' C. P. Ci iPELAND Deputj %  M 111 TIN FINE AM.. iiiev for Plaintiff I III! I lo.il I Mile 1-'. 'I. Ill Bldg. .Miami It, Florida ,. :. :".•. u 5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3*H Till: WIl.l.lAMSIU'K'ill SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, VS. JAMES K. CR1MSTEAD, t ax, • i al, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT Toii ami. niN". ssei-.'ii. Residence rnknown, and if remarried her unknown spouse, if living and If dead, Hie unknown heirs, devisees, assignee*, grantees, honor-, creditors, trustees nr other I'liiiinants ,-laliiiiinr by, through, under nr against rh.abovi •i .mad defendant who may h,. deeased. Vou nr.hi reby notified that the above eaptloned action has been Instituted against yon in the Circuit '"..'irr of ib. mh Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Iade County lo foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: l,ot Si, Block 73 NORWOOD F'IFTH \ I'M IP iN SI'.iTluN .TWO, nr%  •.. riling to ili.riat thereof, recorded In Plat Book tS at Pase 109 r tin Public Records of Daii. County, Florida. Yon are required to file S'our answer to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of th,aforesaid Court, and Hem a cop) thereof upon plaintiffs attorm-) MARTIN I'lNK, mh Floor, Dade Federal Building, Miaou St, Florida not later than July I, IM4, ..r i ud e r ee Pro Confesao trill be entered against you. DATED: Ma) 11. \t*. l: 11. LEATHERMAN Clerk of th,Circuit I'ourl By: C P, UOPBLAND IV puty I'b rk M M: i' IN I'INI: At tin m y for Plaintiff nth Floor Dade Federal Bids. M ami ::', Floi Ida 3 !, ''. ',-IL'-19 Dated: -lime I, 1964. B. It LEATHERM \N Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: Ix. M. LYMA.N, Deputy Clerk Martin Fine & Bernard Jacobson Attorneys for Plaintiff nth Floor Ha-l. Federal Bldg. Miami. Florida 1313] Florida, 13132, and file the orlgll > thereoi In ihi ofticof the Clerk ili,aboti Court on or before fo (40) days from ihe first publlcatl i (hereof. Tins notice -hall be published 01 each week in The Jewish Floridian I. four Weeks, first publication Ihert., be Ma) :'H. 1964. DONE \M' ORDERED In Cha l„ is this L'.ilh day of .May, 1*64, W. F. BLANTON I'nI.VTY JUDGE • seal) By: MELBA C. KICK .•rk 5 t. b .'I-12-Ifi a-11-19-28 1N 1HE CIRCUIT COURT OF Thi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6068 JOSE N \V \Kltfi and DORA ECHTTVERRIA de NAVARRO, his x if.-. Plaintiffs, Florida SOI ill DAOE GROCERY C< >RP. MARVIN I WIENER > \pplliant \ insli \ Midi;. :. t. I a-U-19 PHH.1P RIVER \. .11". ui.l ADET.1NA RIVERA, i t al. Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: VlltlTS .r A. a Foreign corpqratlon, PHH.iP Itivi'.l! \. JR ADELINE RIVERA, JOSEPHINE ALVAREZ, a k % %  MRS PHILIP RIVERA, JR., JOSE RAFAEL DE LOS RIOS, NICHOLAS l •!(.)<; I IICKVIC. • • CO V I E R COMBRCIAL VENEBOI.ANA. C. A., a f..r. inn cnrporntlon, Kl.\-s PEN, CARL8BN .X ci i sl'i'KS i'..\ a Venesuelan conioral If alive and 'or existing, and it dead and or dlaaotved, then against ail unknown personn claiming as heirs, devisees, grantees, %  llenolS. < I*. llitot's. trustees or otherwise, by and through, under or against the above-named defendants: and against ail other parties having or claiming to have any risht, title or int. real in a'nd to the property herein desci Ibed. Ri -idi ii-.' nnkn "ii are retiuirad to serve a > %  < oi your Answer or pleading to tl %  1 ill ..f Complaint on the plaintif: Attoincv, iliil-PMAN, OOLDSTE .xPACZ1ER, 1461 West Flag I Street, Miami. Florida, and file I i.il Answer or Pleading in tl %  ni of the Clerk of the Cll Coin! .ni %  r before th. 22nd dSj .I line. 1964, If you fail to do judgment b) default will intak again >",i for the relief demand in ili.hill ot Cmiiaint. This notice shall be published on each week for four oonseoMM iv.ks III THE JEWISH Fi.olUDlAN I'uNi: \S"|i ORDERED it Mini Florida, this 15th I!H> of May, -\ 1964. i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk, i "ii. nil Court, Hade Counts. Hoi (Circuit Court Seal) lly: MARGUERITE MORFORD l i.-piiiy Clerk GOLDMAN. flOLDSTElN ft PAc/.ll 2401 W.st Fiagler Street Miami, Florida Attorn. \f'.r Plaintiff ."., L'2-^9 6/:. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HBRBBY OIVBM U the underHluned, desiring to ang;s in business under ih.fictitious nan ..! NiiRWi-il KiJC COMPANY at !• ... .II Court, Miami Beach. Inten to register -aid name with the tier. of th. Circuit Court of Dade Cou • ly, Florida \NNA BLAU -. S;-JJ i %  NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi (hi undersigned, desiring to engage liii-iio -under the fictitious name I DIRECT I'lS'in NT IMPORTS al 1 i: Fl ig ,. r sir. ,t. Miami Intendi i. iiami uii the Clerk %  thi Court .a Dade <'"UMFiorldH In IN IVERSON : %  21-29, I ".



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Pcae 5-A +Jei*t ntrkflan Friday. June 12 \%M %  %  ;' %  •!<; : ." %  %  %  : %  • %  %  : %  %  %  r. c %  '.e = .-"z Ser..r: r.z'r. Szr.?:. :.:&• ": r-r r : ever.rsc :n the Herrew Ac~z~— ~ l .-' : :?r •: rigkl Shlomc Copter. 5--: A HoMTifi rrin::r-:: :r.: Der —e 5-?:r. rr:: L:~rr. BTJ "r-e! KenN :r Sworcf f Rabbi Gifter WiR Address MesMa %  •'. y. %  %  g. in %  %  cDr Rabbi *•' rris : r ~ u e Mestvta Senior Htgh School, the on'y school e* it* kind south of Baltimore -as established itself as a school of <.*"ji\jt\ly *-i3*s'"da-:!s nd aehieemerts. sa'3 Rasfei Horovitl. %  -. t>e Joel K ?>enes at NY 5 -----t trd 1 ,• J.r.ah Cap] • -. I: • r -•%  • •I | plans to fol : ftSBi MOfDICt' OiFTlt flamingo Chapter Delegates .-%  %  --• : CORAL WAY j Better Hearing Aid Service; 3131 CORAL WAY Pnone 445-6822 OPENING SPECIAL! Lowest Prices On All Hearing Aids 20 = = OFF on Batteries — Repairs Ear Molds — Accessories OHH txiHrnos o*. Tufs. -rYrrf. until 9 P.*. & &* STATEROo^ GALA CRUISES o < S/S FLORIDA IM ASS AU 3-DAY Cruses S .: V 4-DAY Cnises S B 9 TiO is th* mcesf way to go.' imamarmawtumti Q %  % %  '.— • %  : .; ~; %  .; 1^ •J -*-;•-<•>—D-.-s ^ • nocs^Cirs r.;, •• ii-r. ;-: : ::< :i %  ::: u-z • !=:::: I::.--Part) r caaisn s *-e car: si il"J IT X < PW HI \ni 4o\x u*:s4 E \T HOME M5 $*. 12tfc AVt UO ALUM. Mncfw V -OT7l\ 4-5417 SaecMrzia* .' %  Care fa fa MeWy aW Chraaicel'y III 7 Hear Nvrsiaj Service Special Diets Sh-ictfy Observe' Private and Se-P'.ete Rooms — Jewish-Style Catvktnaj Egypt Can Orbit Satellites, German Says SE fTA A We-t *eek Vest %  %  %  • %  _. ._ .... 11 •**metMn i Mad BfytR --: ; -i*'. ri •^e re **• ^ did not plan ^ -** — -I vret G> nriany beavae • aw nc* *ee' his p*rserna) sa*e 'eceived ades.a*e 9.a-a-**s i eiw West Gernsarl a#*K is a •e* r nce to bc^6 a*-cks *o anVicti he and :-*•**i' G'~^n 'ocket ei~--'i >ae bee-•-: sc'ed in recent years. • • : V. -cienti't. in Fgvpt Hr -iaiH the •;on coafd not infringe on the Uonil rtfjbta o\ west fier manand appealed to be coonDtnentl involved' to : r-tanding about • m •he Trade I'mon Ten" appealed tn Chancellor Lorr-rg Erfcard to take immediate to end those acfJvfl which the movement threatening tfiMle Easi i, letter to the Chai 6.000-member movemei i consider it thf : 01 the German people • Jewish people, who h. M mu.-h in Hie past I Ks fieednm'' an-i Chancellor "to mfer\.r feitive and pracfh il >m. Young Eichmann Heads Nazi Party WCKSOS AIRES fTA i — MaR Brvhnunn Jr the second MM nf the Nazi '.>ar criminal allo %  a eAeXiuVed ht I--r. "-l for hirole til the annihilation of g.oon.ono t, proclaimed himself the leader of the Argentine Va7i Par ••. vhfd) ^ arfd, fvelone^ to a rid unior. of National Socialism." Addressing a press con f ereti .. tt Dg F".. ^:ran^.. da I a Nazi-si said that %  %  %  %  many ccn%  Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops ItchRf lie res Pain New York, N.Y. ( SperUt)-Fo r th, first time science hi fooitd a r.ew healing substance with *.Y n • ishing ability to shrink heir.orrh":ds, atop rectal itch ar.d ta re'iev* pain-wrtf ~ y In case after case. wV:l • _•. y re'ievinr pain, a a (ahrinkage) took piace. M it an i Rg: of all —1 • were so | ir.ade asti --• %  %  • | "Piiea hava ceased to o* a problem!" The secret is a r-'-v • arck rorld-f an-.ous re Itanea ( Bio-Dyne* I of a wo Institute. This tanceisi < In rvppntitory or • • i Bnder the narr.e/'-;-7 it iiAi At all druj eoanti ra. ADD A PHONE...ADD A LOT TO LIVING Join the Stepsavers. Happy families, these. Thev believe pbona „, for reaching, not for running. So they have phonet. m the likeliest places where faniil.es gather, relax or work most. Kitchen. Bedroom. Flonda room. Workshop. Let color!* extension phones subtract steps, add Pleasure in your life. Call your Telephone Company Business Office for details. Southern ^^ Bell be sure to register and vote this year



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•••]' r>. A 'tinlttil-.illiir 'i t **? • %  %  .. .; %  n't Friday, lux* 12. t%4 ffoio/yn Mtrritl Roger Merrill Beach Students Gain Recognition There's more than the usual excitement at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Robert M. Merntt, of 4485 Adams Avc., this week following an unusual series of accomplishments by the Merrit children, Kosalyn and Roger. Roger Merritt was graduated 24th in his class of 600 at Miami Beach Senior High School and accepted lor entry this fall by Emory University at Atlanta. There, he'll pursue liberal arts and then law school studies. At Beach High, Roger was vice president of the award-winning Key Club, a member of the school debating team and Hie National Honor Society. As chairman of the Publication Committee for the Key Club Directory he was one of the initiaiting forces in the organization's successful book drive. During the summer, he will work in the Robert If. Merritt, Inc., general contracting business ided b) his lather Rosalyn, who completed her sophomore yew at Beach High, has achieved exceptional recognition tor her art work, particularly in (he mxxicul field. One of her WOOdcutl was selected for the covei ol a recent Issue of the National Ait Education Magazine circulated throughout the country. She is a member of the Brush and Pallet and Sorota Clubs, and v. ill spend her dimmer on a trip ti New ) thi World Fair. If you want to catch a jet direct to you'd better call BOAC. %  ; %  % %  %  % %  .. : %  %  t •



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* rice. Jur.e 12. 1964 *. jVn/$fl rkrMiir Page 13-B Jjar n nine, June 13. when Joel li/i and Fred I'earlman their Bar Mitxvahs. ene Labovitz will ofnd Kri-d. both not relat ke twins Their relation %  back to then Infancy, ir parents, who have liva community some Hi ;% both children to everj J aMriidrcl being wheeled together k to their later activities all players and bowling, Fred have since been i wi\ -, ii-, o( the word tin Mr and Mrs Itxman TSLM Noremac • .1 .< -on ol Mr an.I muel B I'earlman. 1260 lid. The) will honor %  ir children .a a joint recep ;i i • Saturday evening Km a student of Templi cr Ti lid Religious School and N'auti Junior High Joel BUM • attends Ner Tamid Religious School and Nautilus. Kenneth Schwartx Rabbi Daniel Lou \ will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth Steven Schwartz on Friday evening, June 12. at Temple Sinai of North Dade. Kenneth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schwartz. He attended Temple Sinai's Religious School for the past four years and has completed seventh grade at North Miami Junior High, where he is an honor student. He exhibited a mathematics project in the South Florida 1 Science Fair at Dinner Key Auditorium this year, and was nominated for a summer scholarship oi the National Science Foundation. Reception and buffet dinner will be held by his parents in their son's honor on Saturday evening at their home. 190 NE 134th si No Miami. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tutaauer, Mr. and Mis Murray Bennett, and Mr and Mrs. Mar tin K.i". aunts and uncles ol the liar Mitzvah Rose Breitbart Rose Lynn Breitbart, daughter o; Mr and Mrs Bernard Breitbart will become Bars Mitzvah on r idaj i'. • niti June 12, during services oi Beth Moshe Congre %  al in i.'i Rabbi Simon April i 'ai tor Hyman Fein official Tho Bas Mitzvah will conducl 'ke tradil oi %  i \ ees ami chanl :.. Haft II % %  '< She is a student .; Beth Moshe Hebrew School and attends Thomas Jefferson Junior High School Rose Lynn's grandparents, \li end Mrs .lark Bteitbact, oi Miami and Itaheville, N.Cf and Mr Judilh Bernstein Kenneth Schwartz and languages. He is vice presigrade. Football is his favorite dent of his class and has been a sport, and he enjoys rearing small Junior Olympics winner for the animals past ^hrce years. • %  —p9i NE 180th Dr., No. Miami Beach, he is a seventh grader at i' hn F Kennedy Junior High School. Michael excels in mat hematics : plays saxophone in the school H.brother, Dennis, 15, % %  i'l lie i n i I the e\ening be .. ;;isisters. Lillian 5 and Barbara I. awell ahis maternal and paternal grandparents, will attend the ceremony, Kiddush reception will follow the service Michael Schiff Temple Menorah was the site ot the Car Mitzvah ol Michael Schiff. sun ol Mr. and Mrs. Morton C. Schiff, 68(50 Abbott Ave.. on Saturday morning, June 6. Kali %  In Mayer Abramowitz officiated. Michael is a student in the Religious School of the Temple and attends Nautilus Junior High Kiddush followed the services. and a formal reception will be held in Michael's honor on June 27 in New York s ft • Herbert Suskin Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will otficiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Herbert Suskin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Suskin. 1166 Bay Dr. on Saturday. June 13. at Temple Menorah. Herbert attends Temple Men orah Religious School and seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High, where he excels 111 science ; NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1964 SEASON Camp AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY FEE INCLUDES NURSERY I KINDERGARTEN • FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION \ir FREE KOSHER HOT LUNCHES • FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONS IN OUR PRIVATE POOL FREE HEBREW INSTRUCTIONS & STUDY FREE BAR MITZVAH LESSONS if SPACIOUS GROUNDS FOR SPORTS • INDOOR SPORTS-ARTS & CRAFTS ir OUTINGS ft TRIPS UNdER THE EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP OF Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss. frJrtctor Irvin Montgomery, eWhU*;* Director FOR FURTHER l\FORMiTIOy WRITE: CAMP AKIYA SUMMER ACADEMY 1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE, M.B. or phone JE 1-7919 YOUR CHILD CAN SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR ., CAMP OCALA Imagine! Your boy or girl can combine a fun-filled summer at Camp Ocala in the Ocala National Forest with a side-trip to the New York World's Fair and Washington, O.C. The r*ost exciting — and educational — summer of their lives! Professional daily instruction 6 and 4 week sessions in ho.seback riding, tennis. 'Friday Night Sabbath Services waieiskiir.g and other sports. 10th Season Call Miss Williams For Full Details Office: 1451 N. BaysSsre Drive Miami 32. 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Friday June 12. 1964 knlsbikridiiar Page 13-A 'WJi '3 ions Services J his weekend %  in. ACt'D-'H ISRAEL 7301 Carlyle Ave. Ribi nc EveV. A HAVt~ SHALOv CONGREGA. TiON 5*5 SW S't-i Ave. Orthodox. Cam '^rael Kershner. — • ANSt-E EMES 2::: SW 19th Ave. C • ..itive RiOSi Abraham Schwartj BETH CAVID. 2t2S SW 3rd Ave. Coniv.n n. R.itioi rso-man N. Shapiro. Cantoi Williar* W. Lipson. • ] in. Ba< lav :• a.m. Rnr lti;-r I. -..11 Of .\ll .HI. I M '. :ir.l .-' %  ••" • BETH EC. 500 SVA 17th Ave. Orthooo R.'Obi Solomon Schiff. i • *' %  |i in Sitiirday S:Sn a.m. ~— BETH iS*AEL. '11 40th St. Orthoda' RaOtii H Louis Rottman. a, BETH .ACOB. 30'-311 Waahmgton Ayr Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. C inter Maurfea Namehea. |. in .-•'.. II:IT 11:30 .i in 11. ititx -v in Religion —— • BETM KODESH 110* SW 1h Awe. • Tr.i3itun.ii. Rabbi Max I Cantor FrrJ Bernstein. • B t T M MOSHE CONGREGATION. Dili* My Conservative I i Simon Aa-ii Cantor Hyman n y ; .rn on "Be Not 'erviccs %  % %  %  <,„!• h CANDUUGHTING TIME 2 Tamuz — 8:53 p.m. I Bnvioux "i Kvil People." Bite Mm. vah: Rove Lynn, ilnujrnfer of Mi and Mii:. m.irii Krt-ltberrt. Saturday I *:." %  a.m. — • ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. %  ETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or' thedox. Rabbi Joseph e. Rackovsky. • — BETH TORAH. 164th St. and htE 11th Ave Conacrv itive. Rabbi Max Lip. •chit* Cantor Ben.Zion Kirschen. baum. p*rMay 9 IS n-.m Concluding Int.aer[ vice ol -• i~.in Inafaltution of cultureicatliiii mill affiliate organisation offl I'IT.. feftiturda) &:45 a.m — —. B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. l-'rnl.n S 1'. |. III .Si-i IIHIII: "Om SubMoses and Torah Can Win Korach Rebellion Ey HERSHEL BROOKS Temple Z.lmoi a i: uctk'.''. portion ol the ia.) with the rebellion .. ili WitA his followers n vartainly laarih our society to. todaj I In article appeared a few i i elu age in ••The Berkshire Kaglo" Nporting some late {hough! of the famous philosopher writer. Will Dorant. "Have he too much Creedom?" the article asks, "Have we so lonj> ndiruled authority in tinlamL jiy, discipline in education, rules J W art, deeeno}" in conduct, and law in the stAe that our liberation has brought us close to chaos in the lamily and the school, in morals, arts, ideas and government? We forget to make our-fives intelligent when we made %  Hi-selves free." Continues the article: "We tolerate and allow our children I i be formed b> pictures that habituate them to crime and vio ,1'iice, to the cheap heroism ol :Limiting a gun. and to taking I hi law into then nun hands tt I make idols Of screen cele h ities who deliberately break p home after home We pass in wonder by some : the modern art exhibited in museums, and we dare not -peak out against II as turning mi stomachs with the odor of lecay. "Let us speak out Lei us laj %  urnblj but publicly, that we re sent corruption in politics, disinesty in business, faithlessness marriage, pornography In lit lute, coarseness in language, in music meaninglessness Brl 11 seems the rebellion ill our and oi our fast-moving so .1in the rebellion ol i bis gone too tar in all nt Life, but specifically this true in religion, and how • nch more so in our Jewish Not loo long ago manj I MMtl TENOR & BASS far HIGH HOLY DAY CHOIR TEMlf TtfMITH ISRAEL 6500 North Miomi Avenue H. 7 5331 > MINYOMAIRK SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Rood, Miami Ph. 44* 2181 fAHftZfir mni MODISH Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sat Sun Q j m. .inri 6 p.m. RABBI HfRSHfl BROOKS rebellion in our fime of us rejoiced in graduation of various departments of our religious school. While we as teachers rejoiced on the one tumu mat our children have completed satisfactory the prescribed courses ol studies and there fore have .' BtOOk of Jewish knowledge upon which to base their life and conduct, on the other hand we cannot suppress ,i feeling of sadness caused by tlie thought of having to sop arate from them, and our inner tainty ol what they propose to do from now on it seems the trend thai grad nation, along with Etar Mltzvah and Bas Mitzvah, means the end for Jewish education for most ol the Jewish > lUtl) in our eoun try The overwhelming majoritj will never pick up a Hebrew book again with the result that thc> often forget all fhej learn ed m their childhood. The only hope WO have i> to break this trend and rebellion, as it seems, towards Jewish learning, This hope can only be achieved by having our youngsters realize that there do exist opportunities lor continuing thenJew ish education—to have our children realize how greatly enriched their lives would be and how much the) would gain by taking advantage of the wonderful opportunties to broaden their minds ami increase thenfund ol jewi.-h and general eWture in the higher seats ol Jewish learning in om community. You. the Jewish parents, can contribute a -Meat deal toward the growth ot -nch a trend by encouraging your children to fol low it Then will Moses and our Torah wii the Rel i llion ol Ki ra< H and I %  crs nriiin s...!.^' Saturday R:S0 ;i.m. liar Mitzvuh: Rlpharrl I', son ..i Mr %  %  % %  I Mrs Richard K Gomberg —— a FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeid. Cantor Georye Goldberg. — a FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Anarews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. —— • i HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrea dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. i-"riii:i\ 6:1.1 pin. Saturday 9 a.m. Itatiiii Orom to iloUvar (insermon HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson at. Conservative. Rabat Davia Shapiro. C a nt o r Yohudah Heilbraun. —— • ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlraky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frldaj i; •." and s:4.'p.m. Sefmon: I "Mutiny Without :i Bounty." Dally s.r.i i.',-S 7:.Iii a.m. mil l:B0 li.rn — %  o — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. a MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. — a OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber, man — a SOUTHWEST CENTER. 64.-v8 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zavi Greenwald. v s p III I ..II. hiding lat< -.ii i'i %  %  i ihi -. i-..ii .lolm li '• "i I -II — -:.( lion IHHIII ofl i.'.-l> .-. I 11 T> I l| .'111 — • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rtv Cantor Sadi Nahmiai — a TEMPLE ADATH VESHURbN. Con%  ervative, I02S NE isjra St. Miami Gardens R.i RJHIH Jonah E Capian. Cantor Maurice Neu. ,i i in* :'. p in .S>ni|i>> II Whu -i-i-l %  %  %  -ii I :.n M ( h Mil I. VV..U — a TEMPLE BETH AY ISO N Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Ba lingard. Cantor Charles Kodner. i i. m T, MI. i,. ch"li Mint us dlret-titr, vi S*-liua I' niKard. to he honored, nloua with winm nol the r.urenti ••: .Ipwinh Kdiuullon irl nml .--;n eontOHt. .-• %  iiiiiin "Thi r-. II .i m Bas Muzv.ili: Judith, daughter "f Mr ami Mi Bai ne) III llati III I Un vin/> .ili Kilvvanl, -nn ..i Mi and Mrs Irvin fjoldateln TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S14th Ave Reform. Raboi Sanui'.-I Jaffe. — a TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructions. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 .Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor Ernest Stem-r. — a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4'44 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. — a TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen — a TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW y^n* A>-e. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. l-'i i'i.i. 111 p i Se n I 'ri.l.l. in..I I ..'.i-i. t -Int. >.. %  dii | %  In i in 1 Bin Mltiv ih Bli lun Mi and Mii. ..in,Brown a TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing. ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman emtor Hirsh Adier. Friit %  i.m • %  i I'liu I'., and Its M.--.iufiw V in. .i — a TEMPLE ISRAEL 1ST \f I 01 '' St Reform. Ralioi Joseph R Narot. Temple Ner Tamid Library grows to 4,000 books. Seated (left to right) enjoying the unprecedented growth of the three and a half-year-old Sklar Library are Michael Glazier. Mrs. Anna Brown, Carl Tyson and Rabbi Leon Goldberger. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Paul H. Press, Mrs. Ben L. Fabric and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Ner Tamid. Cantor Jacob Bomstem. I riil:i> vl". p.m. a TEMPiE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal Reform, Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Kritl.ii S^t.* p.m — TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St Conserv-.tivj. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein. — a TEMPLE NER TAMiO. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway, Modern Traditional. Rabm Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. 6 S.I |H • • %  la v II 11u II ian iiUr Saiiuu — • TEMPLE OR OLOV Conservative 875i SW ISttl Bt Samuel April Cantor Gfstion Lavin a TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI 12IC0 \: ii;n Ave Reform. Rabbi Dame' .\l Ljwy Cinto' Chet Gl — a TEMPLE T,F£RETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way Conservative Rabbi Hyman Gross. r*rlfluj H:la p.m. Salunliiv !• :i in. Bundny, '• .i in Men's Club religious vi. e TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. I'' Idll i : i' %  S.i II .1.' 1 5 — e TEMPLE ZIOV 5720 SW 17th St Conservative Rabbi Alfred v\ is man Cantor Leo L'rhch. — e TIFEPETH ISRAEL. 6500 N! Miami Ave Consei votive Rabbi Henry Wernick. i Mi %  — • YOUNG ISh-LL on 0 NE 7 st st Orthodox Rmoi Sherwm Stauber %  I'i II VV Air Defense Honors Israel Premier Continued from Page 1-A honor ceremony were Issued in Hebrew, the first time this is believed to have occurred in a formal ceremony at a U.S. military installation. The band played llatikvah during the firing of the salute by artillery Prior to visiting Fort Bliss, Premier Bshkol, following the suggestion of President Johnson, inspected the water desalination plant at lieeport. He also visited facilities ol the Dow Chemical Company, He arrived at Preeport from Houston, where he was greeted In Mayor Louie Welch, The Mayor presented Eshkol with the traditoinal ten-gallon Texas hat and the key to the city of Houston Following this. Prime Minister Eshkol reviewed a special honor guard which had been assembled in his honor. Also on hand to welcome the Israeli Premier and Ins part) was a delegation from the local Jewish community Germans See Relations Deteriorating Continued from Page 1-A verv great," he added "Israelis .ire worried about annihilation." Hi expressed the hope that the West German Parliament would approve a Social Democratic pro posal enabling the Bonn Govern ment to take action against German experts helping to produce weapons to be used In a war oi aggression, i; arding the establishment of diplomatic relationDr Schmid said he did not expect Chancellor Erhard's government to take such action in the near future Instead, he suggested, West Germany could move toward closetdiplomatic ties with Israel by a series ot lesser steps. 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the IV. oman s li/oM tie wish Floridiaxi Miami, Florida. Friday. June 12, 1964 Section B Women's Group Installs Officers ; an exciting day for the Federation of Jewish Women as nstalled Mri. Irvinq Lehrman as president for the comear. Shown seated (left to right) are chairman of the Mrs. Gerald Soltz; new president. Mrs. Lehrman; instalofficer, Dr. Irvinq Lehrman. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, who presented outgoing President Anna Brenner Meyers with inscribed silver bowl. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. :i Green, Mrs. Louis Glasser. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. .man of arrangements. Federation ol Jewish Women installed Mrs Irving Lehrman as new president and honored the presidents <>i leading communal organizations .it a luncheon ai the Carillon Hotel last week. Some 300 women representing the leading women's organizations here heard Mom Mrs. Gerald 1*. Soltz. chairman. The invocation was delivered by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Women's Division chairman ol Combined Jewish Appeal President ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Sidney Lefcourt, praised the work nt the Federation of Jewish Women and noted that "it exists not onlj for the good of Greater Miami Jewry, but tor leadership, programs, and organ izational activitj that will benefit the entire community." Mrs .lean C. Lehman presented outgoing president of the Federation of Jewish Women. Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers with a silver bowl tononng Mrs Meyers. Mrs. Irving Lehman was installed as pies dent ')> %  Dr. Irving Lenrman, spir dual leader of Tempi • Kiiianu HI who served as chairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Other officers installed included Mrs. Charles ]>. Feinbcrg, Mrs Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Milton Green and Mrs. Alfred Reich, vice presidents: .Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. recording secretary; Mrs Sol Silverman, corresponding secretary: and Mrs Sidnc Lewis, parliamentarian. The slate was presented by Mrs Suln v Lew:-, chairman ol the Nominating Committee. Mrs. Louis Glasser presented awards to two organizations outstanding organizational efforts and for loo percent participation el their boards in the 1964 Co bined Jewish Appeal Mrs. Fran< Entine received the award tor the Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged Mrs Milton Green accepted the award for the Greater Miami ( ouncil ol Pioneer WUKK r. OKT was honoi ed lor organizational activity on behall of Combined Jewish Appeal, ami Mrs Glasser presented the award to Mis Florence Kuppertnan Tribute io the 75 presidents %  Jewish Women's Organizations the communitj was given bj M Larry Frledland, Mis Sol (' % %  -toiii and Mrs Jean C Lehman JJA Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Carl Weinkle; Greater .' %  '.ami Jewish Federation President Sidney Lefcourt and outoiog President of Federation of Jewish Women Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers on the dais at the Federation of Jewish Women's installation at the Carillon Hotel. n J matson b**£ t.d.c. d js M>JS$ bv ISABEL GRCVE lune bringing a rash D! gala to l'ie home ol the L.uli Irving and Bernice, 8230 lawthorne Ave Last Satur >. middle son Richard grad ted from Miami Beach Hi S turday, eldesl son Alan ill marrj Patri la Kramer, oi Spring, Md. The loth. Irv's birthday, and the followi day, the couple mark their ith wedding anniversary illowed <. u June "21 I y the 14th anniversary ol Mr and Mrs Waller Nailer, lieriuei its ihe Laibsons, along Richard and Jetfry, now %  King with friends and rela trow d Washington and Vi rk • AC Wonderful summer plans in i. making for the Gidnej fam v ol Sunset Isle 4 Itith and Lou. with son Jeff, flying to New York in mid June to meet uteout daughter Nelsa, now fiouseguesting with North Wesl em I roommate. Jane Pass, of Tcnafly, N.J The girls are taking a busman's holiday at the Sorbonne In Paris next month Semester's worn there will be followed by Le Grande Tour ol the Continent before they return for their junior year Weeks before departure will be •pent by Nelsa and her family ;n shopping, theatering and. ol course, at the World's Fair After waving goodbye, the three remaining Gidneys will fly to Puerto Rico for several week. 16-year-old Jeff attends Beach Hi and is president of th* Royal Palm Fraternity Matilda and Abram Fox. who divide their time between Miami Beach and Israel, have left for ress shirt is truly wash 'n wear theil summer home in Bal Yam, where they'll stay until Novem ber Well known for their many philanthropies, the) have several named for them in Israel Home for the Aged, and have donated a elinie in Rlshon L'Zion Just as active in Jewbjh affairs here, they parti eipatc in all Israel Bond tune lions and belong to the Hebrew Academy, Jewish Federation, Hadassah and Pioneer Women. Sisters-in-law with the same ln-t name. Hilda liendel i Mrs. Philip) and Hilda Bendel iMrs, David) had a cocktail party honoring their spouses' sister and husband, visiting from London Esther and Laruce S| %  ton chatted with over 50 friends of the Bendels while admiring the outdoor living at the South Miami home of the David BeneelThe weather was perfect lor the Sunday afternoon gathering — quite a bit differeal from their accustomed London Henry GiUnan guest, ,ol honor at a surprise cocktail party and dinner held On his 60th birthday Wife Sophie was proud ol their children who gave the party Morty and Bernue Gilman helped Lois and Shervvin Givel greel ihe over 40 guests who joined them this past Sat unlay night at the (iivel home A visit with New York reta lives and friends for the Milton Welnbergs, Surfakk They also plan to see the World's Fair and as many Broadway shows as posill le Then they sail on the SS Shalom for Israel, with Continued on Po 3-B Father's Day is almost here use your Burdine's charge account now for gifts for him! 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Fcge 8-B lewist fkrkJiam Friday. June 12.1954 jf-rances Xen ntart We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK The friends of Mollie. wife of Judge Meyer Brilliant, think her last name suits her perfectly because that's what she is — brilliant. As a shy. quiet girl in Boston. Mass., Mollie e\en in third grade was interested in politics. She went to Emerson College and Boston University, where she studied journalism. She studied political science at Harvard, and began taking an interest in political campaigns instead of talky issues. She confesses that she was fascinated by the way in which campaigns are handled. Mollie observed the last of the Hurray Boys. James Michael Curley. typical of the machine boss, marveling at his shrewdness In New York, she wrote for the Jewish Korum. then went to work for the Banquet Department of the Waldorf Astoria, booking and arranging large affairs. On the snowiest day of the year, she met her future husband in Boston, when his car broke down. That was the end and the beginning — six weeks later they were married. And a year later. they moved to -Miami. For the first years after Cynthia and Joni were born, it was a change of pace for Mollie. But you can't keep a war horse down — or make an uninteresting housewife out of a doer. Mollie popped right back into the swing of things. Among her activities, she was president of Flan ler-Granada Sisterhood, on the board ol the YWHA. a vice president of Beth Am Sisterhood, vice president of Technion and program chairman of the National Council of Jewish Women. She's a member of the Students of Books, a small and select group of women who study the classics. But through all of her activities, varied though they are. still .-lands one compelling force: her continuing love of politics. She has been on the Democratic Executive Committee of Dade County and is now area chairman. She was involved in the John F. Kennedy campaign, as well as in the campaigns of Dante Fascell and Sidney Aronovitz. And .Mollie was women's coordinator for Miami Mayor Robert King Highs race for governor. Mollie has just been installed as president of the Women's Democratic Club ol Dade County. Dinner time at the Brilliant home is a testing ground for everyone's political views. The children have verydefinite views, and while their mother tends to overwhelm them, their father is much more conservative. Quite right — Brilliant is the name for Mollie. MOLLIt "WEDDINGS ARE VERY SPECIAL WITH EXOTIC GARDENS FOR EXAMPLE. —I V &6\ \j 6RID€S BOUQUET 1 ATTENDANT'S BOUQUET 1 CORSAGES 5 SOUTONNIfRcS CANOPY 2 CANDEIAERAS with flowerj 6 AIMS AiSlE RUNNEP AISIE DECORATIONS 5 CENTERPIECES GUEST Of HONOR TABIE $25.00 8 00 10 00 250 75.00 20 00 1800 10.00 30.00 30.00 10.00 total VALUE $238.50 SPECIAL for you $1fl7 AA OUR CHOICE %  O # ( UV Of UOWEfiS untie Gortons "Our 50th Anniversary Year" •- vM'/YJ.. 1 MIAMI BEACH OMUL CABLES M. S-4l* S3S-J.MI MO 5-Mii "flJi 1 *' 0 !!, Q 1111—m 00i H*lioo4 Bh-4. SSU1 .V lrjr„l H„ r Miss Noroff Now Mrs. Miller The former Vlarcia Noroff became the bride of Harrison S Miller in a double ring candlelight ceremony performed by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. The Fontaineileau Hotel was the setting for the nuptials, followed bj a reception jnd formal dinner there on Saturday evening. JuiU 6 Attended by her sister, Miss ''. rbara Noroff. and her bride2room'a sister, Mrs Gerald Cohin, the new Mrs. Miller wore .* two-piece, floor-length ensemble. The sleeveless gown was tupped y an empire-effect coal which was styled with a chapel tram nd ion;, hue sleeves. The fourier French illusion fell from a crown of seed pearls, and she carried white orchids, stephanotis ind lily-of-thevalley on her confirmation Bible. Serving as best man was Rob. .•rt Feigenbaum, and Gerald Cohn ushered Follow nm a honeymoon in Mexco, the newlyweds will live in 'oral Cables wenboth attended he University. New Mrs Millei a graduate of Oxord Private school 111 Miami Beach and belongs to Phi Sicma Sigma, social sorority, Her husband's fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi Parents Of the couple are Mr and MrDavid N'oroff, 29i*) Sheridan Ave., Mrs Rose Miller of Elkins Park. Pa and the late Al bert W Miller Goodkin Rites In Fontainebleau The <; 1 Lii Room Di the Fontaine deau Hotel was the setting for he nuptials uniting Fredelle Joy Vussbaum, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum 6605 Allison Rd and James Kenneth Goodtin, Rabbi Leon Kronish performed he evening ceremonj held Sunlay, June 7. which was followed >y a reception. Parentof the iridegreom are Mr and Mr-. Carl joodkin, 5055 Collins Ave. Carrying white roses with a -andlelight pean de songown ap jliqued in alencon lace and seed >earls. the bride was attended l>> ier sister, Mrs. Charles Leoni Bridesmaids included Wills Adelnan. Judy Lipkins, Carolyn Gold ird Rosalind Merritt. Carl Goodkin served as his son best man. Groomsmen were Steve -here. Gary Laser. Jack Press, Stan Lipkins. and Kenneth Re ;ant. The bridegroom earned a B.A It gree at the Universitj ol Miami and is now enrolled in the L'nivei iity's School 1 f Architecture He a past president ol Alp" iilon Phi Fraternity, president ol American Institute ol Architec un 'St'uclei Chaj ter, and editor I Tempo, the school magazine Now in her junior year at the L'niversitj ot Miami, Mrs 1 •in is a graduate of Miami Bea< h High and b< i n lo Alpha Ep silon Phi Sorority Following a honi mooi trip to Europe, the couple will live Edgewater Dr T/itTH Quol I, HEARING AIDS $S0 to $285 Srr,ce A I Motet >. BaMwisi — Ms'dt STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road .* %  • %  <• u\ Tiift-T't*ci-Trlili-Trrt PHONE JI I ?• %  MRS. HARRISON MIUIR MRS. NORMAN SCHWARTZ Miss Jacobs Weds Norman Schwartz Double ring candlelight nuptials united the former Roberta Jacobs and Norman Schwartz on SatuTday. June fi. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating The cere mony at the Diplomat Countrj Club was followed bj a reception and formal dinner at the club For the wedding, carried out in blue and white, the bride selected a traditional gown ol lace with bell skirt slcevei to wrist point and a Fitted was fashi-med with a dctachabk train and boat neck n ed with seed pearls \ lace and seed pearl pilll the four tiers of Frei and orchids, stephar,". 1 • he \alley decorati 1 ihi Bibl %  he carried Attending the bride wen Philip Newman and Ml Schwarti Best man to tl xroom was his brothi Schwarti, with In Stank-; Ja< ubs, the bride's brother ... Ncn-rnan serving as ushers Daughter ol Mr. and \ir Rut> Ma?j He la a graduate of Norti Miami Senior High and attended Dade Junior College. His parent* are Mr. and Mrs Max Scl 817 Meridian Ave. After an extended hon in Jamaica, the couple will :nakthen home in Miami. W.II MRS. 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?:ge 10-A P. ImUt norkiiar Friday, June 12, 1964 By EDYTHE SCWNPLER He Makes a New Life for ihe Third Time i Perhaps in that regulated time to come, when men have become entirely adjusted, some slight memory cf dogmas considered a n d jected may linger Perhaps a ild. anxious for stories of the .1 days, may evoke nostalgia r the pluralistic societ> What of bravery in this new nld to come? When choice is iperative. there are no ecu luences to consider. But new, in our time, there .-re yet those who consider and eject. There are yet those who hrink from totalitarianism as Tien shy away from latitudes /here the cold squeezes and ne ice threatens. Let the instruments waver, and ey take their own measurecnis They sound out the ice icy calibrate velocity and drift r themselves. Even thermom. era have been known to lie. hen the readings are all in, I ey face the truth and accept eir consequence which is to ndei. He Left Russia \ron Schneider began his wan rings when he It'll liussia in i '20 because he considered (tun unism an unhealthy dilute. rst. he tried making a life for mseli in Poland. From the I'ol l Government, he go! a job aking overcoats for railroad irkmen, when he sa UMI irkers cutting the beards oil d Jew.-, when the pogroms ben. Aron Schnaider look to wan ring again. He tried Germany, France fid England, and finaMy in )924, he made his way to Cuba. He meant to stay a year. He meant to immigrate to the Unied States, but quotas were esablished; and Aron Schnaider ngered in Cuba. In 1927. he married His wife I also wandered from Russia Cuba The> have two daughI rs. He became a prosperous anufacturer of ladies' jackets id sports clothes He learned do business the Cuban way— pay a tax and then pay it gain to the omnipresent inspeci whom Batista permitted to ej on the trapped businessman. The 'Fanatic' Jews The Jews in Cuba were like e big familj Actually, there ARON SCHNAIDtR the wonHerer were two communities of Jews bound together by a common herilage. a mutuality of needs and an ardent dedication to Zion ism. Most of the Sp.iiii.-h Jews in Cuba belonged to the El Centro Israelita in Old Havana To some they were known a> the "fanatic" Jews, The Ashkenaiic Jews belonged to the hanelsome Patronato in the Vedado section of Havana. Aron Schnaider belonged to the Patronato and was a member of its executive board. In 1950, he helped organize the Brothers Israel Bet Hachaim. In this cemetery, a monument was buiit to the six million who died in Europe. Housed in this monument is a cake ol soap — a cajce of soap made from tlw boiled remains Ol Jews exterminated in tnc conccn(ration camps "One da> a year .-aid Schnaider, "we set aside as a memorial to the victims Wander Once Again When Fidel Castro came down from the hills, he was accepted, and most of the people fell in line. But. despite the beard, he was no prophet to Aion Sclwaider. Although the language was different, .Schnaider had heard his words befure. "In any UnguAsthma Research Party The Miami Beach Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital is having a "Nite Club" party at the Barcelona Hotel on Saturdav evening. June 20 age. Castro is a bandit, said Mr Schnaider. and he decided the time had come to wander enee again. Once again, he strained toward the shores of America. "When the refugees from Europe came '0 Havana, I helped them," he said. "Some came with a little money, before the war. Some came after. Along with my friends, I welcomed them and helped them get settled in Cuba. We even organized a restaurant for them where they could /jet food at little or no cost. I had no doubt the Jews in Miami would welcome us when we arrived." Bllt Aron Schnaider and the Cuban Jews who fled from tyian ny to Miami were disappointed. According to Mr. Schnaider, only HIAS helped them but. by and large, their efforts were Ineffectual." "The Jews in Miami had no time for us. said Mr Schnaider. We needed to be guided, to be told where to look for a job. We were not untrained, unexperienced. Most of us had owned businesses in Cuba. We didn't know how to fighting another battle Here in Miami, he has opened a manufacturing business. Ilan-ley. on No. Miami YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEffenon — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 WE CAN PLAN INSURANCE TO SUIT YOU! (Z Commercial Multi-Peril Home Owners Life Group Bonds & company f t 908 S.W. 1st St. • Miami Phone 379-7555 THANK YOU! To my fellow Citizens of Dade County: I am deeply grateful for your expression of confidence in electing me your Democratic Nominee for] State Representative, Group 5. I pledge to each and every one of you that I will do everything within my power to merit your confidence. Thank You! Ken Myers 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'III 1 A.M.



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Page 2-B •„ kniaf fttridfiar Friday, June 12, \ %i Phi Sig Alumnae In Scholarsh, Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Murray Kern, Stanley Cohen, Mrs. Gilbert Fein, Registered vice president of services, Mrs. Martin KurzNurse instructors, Mrs. Morris Goodman, chairweil, Mrs. Howard Ayares, Mrs. Charles Getman of Service aides, and Registered Nurse tleman, vice chairman of service aides, Mrs. instructor. 'Capping 1 Ceremony Slated at Mount Sinai Tuesday Mrs Murray Kern, vice president of services of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sin'ai Hospital. has announced that the current class of service aides and junior aides will be 'capped" at a cere mony in the Louis E. Wolfson Au ditorium at 10 a.m.. Tuesday. June 16. Friends and relatives who wish to view the •'capping" of the volunteer service aides and the ''candy-Stripers" who have com pleted their junior aide courses are invited to attend. The Women's Auxiliary of Mount 5:nai Hospital are regularly offered the service aide courses to its members since 1961. Registered Nurse instructors are also Auxiliary members who volunteer their services. Service aides receive training to permit direct patient contacf and supplement nursing personnel. Junior aide courses are offered to teen-age volunteers who meet the requirements. Chairman of the service aide program is Mrs. Morris Goodman, who is also a Registered Nurse ir>>tructor. Nice chairmen are Mrs Martin Kurzweil. Mrs. Howard Ayares. and Mrs. CharlcGet tleman. Registered Nurse instructors are Mrs. Gilbert Fein, and Mrs. Stanley Cohen. Chairmen of the candj striper program are MrAlbert Chisling and Mrs. 1 Fred Sheldon. Hadassah Groups Hold Functions Naomi Group of Hadassah held its inaugural "Esther Awards Nite" at Westbrooke Country Club on Monday night. All ten-year members of Hadassah were honored, ar.d awards pie sented to members of the Naomi Group for outstanding service to Hadassah during the past year. Culmination of the evening was the presentation of the Naomi Serial Kiddush Cup by Mrs. Cerald Soltl, regional president, to Mrs. Alvin Burger, past president of Naomi, "the woman who has excellled in overall participation in the numerous Hadassah projects." Musical re I Mrs Marie Balaban. Chai Group (if Ha lass ill will held i membership patii part) i June 15. 9:30 a.m.. at tin h m< of MrSeymour Lichtenfckl 19450 NE 21st Ct. Mr Herman, of Midi B will present a fur show Breakfast will be • • tfrs Ja cob Bornstein ml, t er. Mrs. Maxwell \\. ident of the group. Membership vice president i Mrs Martin Am ster. Miami Alumnae Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma has awarded two four-year college scholarships to Dade County high school students chosen from the Young Scientists' Laboratory Research Program On May 2,">. Christopher Sargent Marten-. 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Fcc-e 14-A • Jmis* ncrk/ian Friday. June 12. 1964 Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Behind the Scenes of Levi Eshkol's Successful Visit With LBJ Washington] W HILE Levil Eshkol obviously H onl i h e affection %  I f 1'rcsidenl I Johnson, the| visit's trii in p h w a si .ilso based on' careful preparations by Israeli diplomats and Israel's friends in the Administration The eon cepl of an official state visil by HI Israeli Prime Minister was actually born during the Ken Administration, Because no Israeli leader had been so honored, the idea was d'geussed from time to time before (be assassination of the President. Lyndon Johnson, upon assuming the Presidency, quickly pick ed up the concept of an invitation to the Israeli Prime Minister. Plans were advanced The man behind the White House scenes was Myer Feldman. special counsel to the President, who continued under Johnson in his previous addi tionai role as adviser on Jewish matters I-:it !i officials, in skilled teamwork, coordinated plans for the visit Ambassador Avr.i ham Harman (lew back and forth to Israel. Embassy Minister Mordechai Gaiil was responsible for much of the political thinking. I'ri Raanan, is raeli diplomat in charge of information, made arrangements for effective press coverage Baanan was commended by President William Stringer, of Overseas Writers Contrarj to some speculation, the invitation to Eshkol was not issued to balance the hospitality accorded King Hussein of Jorilan The immediate timing of the Hussein visit sought to bol ster the King against Nasser's pressures. Nor was the State Department unmindlul of the Nasser Khrushchev flirtation tvhen the invitation went out to EshkoJ, The level of intimate r.mport achieved at the White House during the Eshkol Johnson talks has already been reflected at top levels of the State Department. The crude denunciation bj Arab embassies of the President's guest drew an unprecedented response. Acting Secre tarv of State George Ball sum moned the 13 offending Aral ambassadors to the StattDe partment for a lecture on their brash impropriety. Mr. Ball felt the Arabs had gone too far. The President hut self was deeply annoyed. Tin Arabs learned that a new „• mosphere had dawned in tt/asl ington. But whether the produced by the LBJ-Eshkol m gotiations will trickle down i, the desk levels of State Depatl nient's Near Eastern division another question. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN Uris Seizes Upon the Greater Themes of Our Time ARMAGEDDON: A Novel of Berlin. By Leon Uris. 632 pp. New York: Doubleday. $6.95. I T is FASHIONABLE, as review fashions go, to flaj Leon Uris with passionate critique We I irists who dote, possessively, on Dostoievsky, who ere cast in the image Ol Mann, who vibrate to allow and Nabokov and Welty and Peter Taylor. e not, obviously, able to meet the force ot "Armageddon." It is. in a sense, a Waterloo. What does • matter, really, that I'ris writes one best-seller after another— -Battle Cry." -Exodus." "Mil* 18." nd 'his will be another, if it is not already—and •hat they are made into huge, sloshy. sentimental movies? These are commercial gems, and the) are past; But I think that it is time to say that there is something more to it than that. It is Iris, after all. who time alter time picks the great themes ot our times, who researches them exhaustively, and who tiieu manipulates them into a fictional [rune Which iboth instructive and entertaining That the technique is spatter painting, that the characters are cut from the thinnest rice-paper and we have seen them all before, that the ideas run strong but not deep—this is a shame But the initial appeal is there. The novel begins in the wartorn Britain of foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN A Private Talk With Nehru Now Recalled Jerusalem 14IHILE NEHRU'S hos" tile attitude tov ards l-i: -I cannot be juslLI llici e is no doubt that he was one of the stat our generation said Da> id Ben Gurion in a statement is sui' here upon the death of the Indian lei Nehru, one assumes, might have taken exception to the first hall Ol that statement: as indeed. on i number of occasions he rejected the notion that in his action vis-a-vis Israel he was guided by any anti-Israel feelings and, least ol all, hostility. The fact, of course, remains tl.it if sixteen years after the establishment ol the Slav ol Israel, no diplomatic relations exist between the two countncs. it is because ol Mi. Nehru. At least on two occasions Mr. Nehru, in meetings with high Israel Officials, promised that diplomatic relationwould be otsal.lis.hed— at one of then) a date was even set--but the promises were never kept Israel's Minister Of Labor xigal Allon. visited India some weeks ago Mr Allan, who heads the Israel-India Friendship League here and who mam tains close friendly relations with the Nehru family, was to have met Mr Nehru However, the meet ing had to be canceled because of Mr Nehru's ill ness, OH the Record: Mr Allon met Nehru five years ago Their conversation then lasted evei an hour and the details ot that meeting, which can now be revealed, may discern something of the "complexity" od Nehruapproach to Israel. When the conversation turned to the ArabIsrael problem and Mr Allon stressing Ben-Gurion's readme.-to meet the Arab leaders to discuss. ,i settlement, observed that unfortunately there appear to be no prospects for such a meeting. Mi Nehru asked Why are you so pessimistic? L'nlike myself, you are still voting ." Regarding Ins attitude towards Israel, Mr Nehru then told Allon. 1 coniesthat in thf past 1 negati'd Zionism in which 1 saw an injustice to the Aral 1 1 believed that Pale-tine should re main Arab However, in the meantime I changed my mind The hclocau.-t that overtook European Jewry, and the -rand work of upbuilding perform ed bv you. com lined me that Israel should exist as a Jewish Slate, that Israel should exist first because she is an established tact, soeondly. because Israel is a member ol the tinted Nation-, and thirdly, because the .lews have a right to a State of their own." Nehru then added that indeed India ha.an interest to see Israel flourishing in the Middle I Finally, Mr, Allon touched on the question of India's establishing diplomatic relations with Irael, Mr. Nehru said: "I confess that we erred. we should have established such relation* m 1950." By NATHAN ZIPRIN Tired Old Joke Puts Orthodox Rabbi on Spot AMONG THE TIRED jokes going the *^ rounds in Orthodox Jewish circles that the rabbinate is not for a Jewboy arjd. inferentially of course, not lor an Orthodox Jewish boy. This quite obviously is a pure fabrication. But the myth has gained such wide circulation that it merits careful scrutiny Surely. if it is hard to be a Jew—as the im r-ortal Sholem Aleichem phrased it—it is even more difficult to be an Orthodox Jew. And to be an Orthodox rabbi among the religiously ambivalent American Jews who call themselves Orthodox is surely a most challenging, an overawing task. In the olden days, and in the Old Country, the rabbi was not only the most respected figure in the Jewish community but a sage whose advice was often sought in matters outside the religious domain. He was dayan, judge, arbiter, counselor and link between the mundane and the sacred, and if he was a man ol great learning his prestige and influence would stretch beyond the con fines of his synagogue and locale. In mid-century America today, the rabbi place is determined less by erudition than by climate Although religious values are basic, the Orthodox rabbi if he ito function properly and efficiently, must reckon with the fact that he is serving in a rapidly changing era. that his herd, so to speak, is becoming less and less dependent on shepherds, that his congregants have largely bridged the intellectual gap that once separated rabbi from worshipper and that his listeners more often than not are sufficiently educated to ask theological and philosophical questions and require answer not alone within the framework of "halacha" but within the weave and pattern of our new knowledge. 1944 and takeithero. Captain Sean O'SuUivan. into the military governorship of the Germai town ot Rombaden. He is a man who halost two brothers to the Nazis, and who must deal with his own hatred id Germans and the crises ot coo science which result This, though, is only pre amble to the hulk ol the book, which cameo'Sul livan into the four-power occupation of Berlin and the tremendous battle of the airlitt. There is tin inevitable love attau with the guilt-ridden German girl, athere are other love affairs in the book— a Kus.-ian official with a German waif, and an American llycr with a German ex-prostitute. I'ris does not use these classic opportumtuin a symbolic manner—which is another major weakness—but he does not bed them down hap pily ever alter, either. He is concerned with an attempt at analysing the German character, and it comes across rather clumsily, as a naive pa^..:i Christian kind of schizophrenia; but it reads well He is concerned with an exposure of the Soviet objectives, and it also reads well. And he ided icatcd to expressing in the most idealistic, eh.i vinistic terms the American responsibility in Bet kin and in Kurope. and here it reads ver> bad!) indeed, because the terms are utterly noil intel lectual: they are, in fact, the most juvenile Thej are Holly woud at her worst, and there imuch much more to our commitment in Berlin, and an) body who knowanything at all understands thiIt is not one ot hibetter lujokBut be choose to llirovv hi.talents and his billets and I dozenot characters mto the greater theme our days And tor th.it he iread, and dc-cr. %  As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Getting History Wrong CITTING ACROSS THE table liutr. QAi of the congressmen who has. as member ol the House Judicial) Com •nittee. heard a good part of the iui. of testimony for and against the DJ posed amendments to the Bill of Rights you realize what a inemenlou.issut now before the nation. "Aside from the evil rights bill. I have never ceived so much mail on any matter up before Congress in my nearly 20 year* there." he Sfl And how docs histand on the scores ol piv—t.: proposal"to put prayer, Got), and the Bible back into the public schools" He isn't saying: he's a member "' the congressional jur>. and he's listening careful!) ai reading bis mail. Rabbi Maurice N li.-endrath. president of tin Union ot American Hebrew Congregations, had heard about this torrent it mail When he appeared before the House Judiciary Committee, he -aid: "The respon siluhty of the legislator is the weighing of conscience and principle and not the weighing of mail The prophet said. Thou art the man.He did not say, Thou art the clerk, or the machine, to register the Gallup Poll If the foundations of the Constitution were to bow 1 the wind of whatever popular passion stirs each genera tion. the entire Bill of Rights would alreadv be a relic of history The saddest day of the hearings perhaps came when Hollywood descended on Capitol Hill. Atheists and agnostics were given what for by the Hollywood caravan; and at the height of the w ide screen melodrama. Victor Jory. in a burst of religious and pa triotic fervor, cried: -The opposition Ho the Becker Amendment) screams like a constantly echoing parrot. Keep your religion in your church and home! .' Well. gentlemen, we may as well speak frankly-and we won t mince words—that same suggestion is parrolted in Russia. k It was good to be thus reassured that there still is religion in Russia. We had been hearing differently in the protest meetings then against Soviet antiSenuti.-in



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. • Friday. June 12. 1964 + k*istrhrl(Hin Page 5 A. LETTER TO THE EDITOR Reader Says Editorial Did Great Harm Bells are Ringing," a musical comedy, will be presented by ;he Theatre Guild of Beth Raphael Congregation on Saturday. Curtain time is 8:40 p.m. Congregation is at 1401 NW 183rd St. Left to right are Eugene Danoff, Ian Levy, Delores Miller on the ladder) and Sid Danoff. In charge of tickets are Helene Goodman and Fran Levy. Director is Anita Kulchin. Law Experts Oppose Change In Ban on School Prayers WASHINGTON — (JTA) A s'roup of 223 experts and teachon on constitutional law throughout the United States joined in a public statement this week opposing any Congressional effort to void the Bible-prayer ban on the Supreme Court. The statement was filed with the House Judiciary Committee which this week concluded sevon weeks • I hearings on proposals to amend •he federal constitution to permit such practices in public schools The statement warned that if the ir-t clause ot the Bill of Rights, hairing establishment of a religion, could be so easily impaired by amendment, 'none of the sueeeding clauses will be secure.*' The signers included 53 law school eans The statement asserted that Congress was taking "a grave •esponsibility" in considering "this first experiment on our liberties." It said that opposi*ion to the Supreme Court ban did not justify "this experiment" and the signatories urged that Congress not approve any measure to amend the First Amendnbeisv. Foes of the amendment, in and out of Congress, indicated this week that they had the votes to stop any such legislation in the judiciary committee. The strategy involved a non-binding expression of Congressional favor of worship in public places. A head-count of the 35-member committee, showed 16 members opposed to any constitutional amendment, making approval of any amendment impossible. Rep Bmanuel CeUer, chairman of the House committee, declined to say when the closed hearings on the amendments by his committee would begin. riu' Supreme Court was accused meanwhile of misinterpreting the meaning of the church-state separation principle by James Francis Cardinal Mdntrvc. Archbishop "1 Los Angeles. He told a Catholic college audience in Los Angeles that the court had -found refuge in atheistic concept-" in iischool prayer decisions. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Your editorial, "Nasser Can Count on the U.S." in the May 22 j issue is not helping the State of Israel or the friends of Israel working to help in its development plans. It is defeatist and can frighten away would-be investors in Israel Bonds. It is also a tactless and "in bad taste" reference to the U.S.A. Certainly you must comprehend that America will not permit a Communist take-over in the Middle East or elsewhere. The U.S.A. and France, which helped Israel during the Suez crisis, are committed to maintain a balance of power in that area. The U.S. loans to Nasser are not intended to boost his dream of Pan-Arabic leadership and are not of sufficient import nor largess to facilitate such ambitions. Since the arrival of German "scientists" in Egypt, the U.S.A. and France have been quietly building up strong defensive armaments, needed to repel and retaliate any moves by Egypt again Israel. That is the reason Premier Eshkol comes here on the invitation of President Johnsen. This is net a "compassionate" assistance. The U.S.A. and ether democracies need Israel as a stop-gap. About the Jewish situation in Russia, not the Jews alone are being •"spiritually" persecuted. Anti-religion moves have been in dfect in Russia a long time. Many Orthodox churches have been closed and taken over by the state to be used for the various bureaus of administration. Missionaries of the Protestant factions have been neatly discourged. Churches remaining in function are for the elderly citizens, while the youth are mainly atheist, being indoctrinated against what they call in Russia "superstitions." There is no way to prevent Jews to meet as a "minyon" in the home of a rabbi. There is no way to tear out of the heart our faith and hope and the love of our great creator. Almighty God. REBECCA E. FISCHER Miami Beach EDITOR'S NOTI Redder Pitcher fails t*i hitton She recalls that France and rlie U.S.A. he'ned Israel dunng tlif Sues emit. The Sues'Sfadi can! pj!8>i was in fact Idiinchrd i.niitly ( hv rlir Israelis. British and French, following the narionulirjtion of the j Surr. Canal, forced upon the British ( by then Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, to neutralise the mtolerable burdens an ambitious die | t.itor. Gdin.il Abdrl passer, placed upon the shouMrrj nf tins mo of nations, /t was President Eisenhoieer who demanded that the British and French leave Suez and that Israel withdraw from Sinai, thus restoring defeated J\asser to power. Reader ] Fischer's conclusion that the French and thi I S %  i %  < on the tar I Octob 1956 so Officers Will Be Installed Rabbi Zevi I. Greenwald week announced that June 12 t II be the concluding late Km evening service of the season 't Southwest Jewish Center until full. The service will be devoted I > the combined congregation a I f Sisterhood installation of offic and board members for the > 1964-1965. Milton Miller will be insta. -1 as new president. New offic S are Nat Lurie, Samuel Rosenbt .. Mrs. Rose Lieb and Thomas Gi berg. Mrs. Howard Curl will be stalled as the new president -f Sisterhood. New officers are !V Jack Grusby. Mrs. Isadora Bolnsr, Mrs. Zevi Greenwald. Mrs. George Fish. Mrs. Nathan Lurie, M Hyman Horowitz, Mrs. Charles Macklcr. 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Friday, I^" e 12 1964 fri"url> held the French illusion, and ihc bouquet was a cascade 'i white orchids and stephanotis, Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (.'. Ilolol.'er. the brideuroom is presently employed with Prebish and Gautier law firm. A student at the University of Miami, he plans to enter law school. New Mrs. Holober has a BAE degree from the University ol Florida and will teach in Miami. Following a honeymoon in Nassau, the newlyweds plan to make their home in Miami Judea Women In Board Meet Firsl board meeting ol Temple %  isti rhood .' a • held in the temple Reception Hall, with*Mrs Marvin Levin presiding The new board was honored with a brunch and then attended workshop Mrs. Frank Toback, immediate pas) president, spoke on the Na tional Federation ot Temple Sis tcrhoods. Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, also a past Sisterhood president, prefaced the workshop with an irientation for the entire hoard Mrs Leonard Katlsn and Mrs. Paul Edlow conducted ihe work> ip on membership and retention. Mr AUred Reich, an oflicer Of the National federation oi Temple Sisterhoods and a pasl idenl i I Temple Judea Si> t( rhood. conducted the workshop in youth education and religi tua ons. Mrs. Marvin Levin and Mrs. Jay Bearman conducted the workshop on human relations and promming. W, i n. i -Kalin MRS. DINNIS HOLOBtR w'.i Mt Kahn MRS. ItROMt SHELDON lolober. Helman Rites at Algiers ing vows were exchanged an R. Helman and Dennis bar on Saturday. June 7. Algiers Hotel where a n and luncheon followed alibi Alfred Waxman officiated noon ceremony, The daughter of Mr and Mrs ii lam in Helman, 1312 SW 8.">th '.as attended by Mrs. Alan II -Jinan, matron of honor. Eileen Holober. the groom's sister, and Sara Murphy. Alan (' Helman. the bride's brother, served as best man. with another brother. Bob Helman. Michael Oberet and Neil Buchbinder, groomsmen. 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Friday. June 12. 1964 +Jmtst> rhrirtlun Page 15I Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Mrs. Eshkol shown upon their arrival at Philadelphia International Airport on El Al Israel Airlines plane. The Prime Minister was greeted at the airport by Philadelphia Mayor James Tate (left) and accompanied by Shimon Peres, Deputy Minister of Defense (center). (HANK NANKIN Nankin Elected Optimist Chief Prank Nankin, Miami Beach isinesa executive, has been elect lieuteant governor ot Optimist i ternational and will take office July 1. \~ lieutenant governor. Nankin iperviSC the activities of the ve Optimist Clubs in Zone 13 posed Of the Beach area He is also active in other civic ifairs, and is presently Deputy : of the Surf side Volunteer Department. He is also a mber of the Planning and ZonBoard of the Town ot Sun ltd just completed a term Is chairman. Workmen's Circle Installs Officers Branches 1050 of Miami and 1058 of Miami Beach, Workmen's Circle, held their installation dinner lance on Sunday in the Algiers Hotel. Max Gleiberman, Florida's director for 1064-63, was guest speaker, He gave a capsule report* of the May meeting of the Workmen's Circle National Board ol Directors in New York City. Max Greenbeug, master of ceremonies for the evening, read a letter from Rep Claude \ Pepper, who was unable t<. attend, commending the efforts oi the Workmen's Circle "'m trying to bring about a better world and countr\ for all." Edward T. Newman installed Branch 1050 Chairman. Harry Sehuldiner. vice chairman. Florence Grossman; financial secretary, l'la Poston; treasurer. Paul Goldhagen; recording secretary. Eva Isaacs; corresponding secretary. Ruth Sehuldiner; and hospitaler. Bee Harris. The following are the officers for Branch 1059: Chairman. Max Greenberg; lirst vice chairman. Irv Baclnou. second vice chairman; Hairs Mildner; financial secretary. Murray Gold; treasurer. Pauline Mildner; recording and correspondence secretary. Lea Greenberg; social secretary, Judj Durst The loo quests heard greetings from representatives of the other branches in Greater Miami Pumpernik's Is Automated Installation ol three major piece"i automated equipment at Pumpernik's Restaurant in Miami Beach was announced this week 1} co-owners Charley Bookbinder and Charlie l.mksnian. I'/sbmel/l/agan Honors Special ramijy Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... •nd friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones a: • • source of very real comfort to alL When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Rabbi's Father, Abraham Skop, Passes at 88 Memorial services for Abraham Louis Skop. of HI28 SW 3<)th Ter.. will be held throughout the week at the home ot his son. Rabbi Morris A skop. at 3511 Riviera Dr. Mr. Skop. 8K. lived for many years in Cleveland, O.. and Orlando, Fla., before moving to Miami seven years ago. He was ;:n Orthodox Jew, versed in Jewish literature, hiving memorized most of the Rible and many chapter ot the Talmud. He was versed in six languages, speaking and reading Russian, Yiddish. Polish. English, German, and Aramaic. For many years, he was an active merchant in retail menswfear, and was a mem her of the Zionist Organization, B'nai B'rith in Orlando, the Minvonaires, and Temple Beth Shiran. Survivors in addition to Rabbi Skop. include David and Miriam Skop. of Miami; Arthur, of Tampa; Mrs. Al Rutberg, of Orlando; eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Joseph Richter Passes Away, 82 Longtime Miamian Joseph A. Richter, jewelry store owner, died June 4 at his borne in the Crystal House in Miami Beach. He was 82. Mr. Richter came from Baltimore in 1923 and opened a small jewelry store in the Halcyon Arcade. This became the Richter Jewelry Co.. at 160 E, Flagler St. In recent years, he was semi-retired, In 1933, Mr. Richter bought the Whitman Hotel in Miami Beach, renaming it the Robert Richter after a son killed during World War II. He sold the hotel last year. Among his many contributions to organizations, Mr. Richter gave S10.000 to the University of Miami. Surviving are his wife. Eva; two sons, Alvin and Daniel; a daughter. Mrs. Shirley Landwirth; and it grandchildren In charge of funeral services was Riverside MVmorial Chapel. Truck Accident Kills Youth, 16 A truck accident near McRae. Ga., killed Benjamin Rosoff. 16. who died Tuesday The youth, who lived with his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs Leon Rosoff, at 51112 SW 87th PL, was mi his way to North Carolina when the accident occurred. lie attended Southwest Miami High School, ami was a member of National Honor Society and the bchool band. He was also manager ot the basketball team. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a brother. Saul; sister. Gail; ami his grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Isidore Zweckenbaum. Services were Wednesday afternoon at Gordon Funeral Home MULLER. Mi \i I .1 101 sw u li ltd., ,i • 1 .1 une 1. > %  • \ Xl rt VIM k 1 "||y, RIVl r Mil, ROSE, tin Surah \i %  <,. MI ;-..'.; NK Sth '••. .. •( Inn. I s. i-vi.-- M11I %  • r ..11 Itlvi 1 SAPERSTEIN. Jull .V 19, "i 19 W. Kivo A %  Ul\ .1 -HI. STOKOLS. Sol T< 1 .oi 'I lum _' Gordon COHEN, larob. A\ .Si i • in N. v. Yol ( Ris'cl'LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i ill' %  ': i--11 i'"'-:i IY PtfVR.'S 1 ill111. 'I1 Rl • %  '!. '!• it JIM til • -:.!.-. I • 1 .. I % %  Real l-Jm Si hoi I and F!rook H Real KHi ... 1 | r (lad M mi It II. 1 Int. nd* li 1 lil ii.ini' I "lerk <•! Ihi .1111 Couri ..r 1 %  1 Cannl I CECEI i.\ RRi iKS li 12-1 >l E. CEIGER. William, Tl 1 HHUI 1' IH l!l> i-mldi KELLER. M Ml.10. %  : SW mil, si dli 1 Ma> II Rivi raldi CONDER. Mi!•:Iltahi Ih, 82, ol I I|I 1.1 n* Avi Rivi di MACKSON. J %  1722 SW 11*1 St, Hervtcea 111 w -'!... 1 lai 1. v. ,\ 111.111 KRAMER, riiili:.. ".'.'. ..f HIS NK 1 %  ".: %  1 %  I si 1 >ii .1 .1 in. '.1 Ms I -HI. KURHAN. l*adore I-.1111 71, ol S27 si-i St.. died June 9. RIs • rslde LEGAL NOTICE HAMMER. Sat, 7'. ol IMS SW mh illed Juiii I loi don LEWIS. Ml II • -• %  Hi I. 11. 70, ol ]:'.'• 71-1 SI il.. •! J % %  : %  %  3 S, IN I-..U % %  '..i u a>, S.Y RIs %  %  > -1 li S MMS. I'.IIS-I 6S ol 222 s\V loth \v. .li,.I .1 MI1 lii.rdon. DIAMOND. Mr* Rather, S3, ol 1733 N.. 1 1. ,i-.:i, Di Kervh-ri I'I' 'hiRivi 1ih KUNTZ. 1 Ol 739 NV\ 77ili r, i1: Ivi %  di MAZOR. H'1 I 1307 Buclld \M. Sen In 1" I 'hlcajfo Rivi 1 Bide RABINOWITZ. Itariict, s.;, ,,f 12" Colltn \ \. -• \ n in ih. SILBERMAN. Mn S720 Ser vlt-i h \, \n WOLFSON. .lo*eph, -'.. I" SK %  FRIEDMAN. VI I CULAR. I %  MARKOWITZ. I FIRESTONE. leiV ,1 1 1 • iTMLeh ,11 Se York 'It) in • rtsldi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59005-A 1 IN l:i: EatWte ftl I.II.I.IAN KRAL'SS, n.,. .1-. .1 NOTICE OF INTENT ON TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE I* in v. l.\ given 'hiii 1 have tiled my Final Report sad Petition lor 1 •i-ii'iliiiiii.n nml Phinl Dlachnriri a* Executor ol the entati of 1.II.MAN KRAl'SS, il. %  1:1-1 a: nil.I thai on tin ISth da> ol iTult. -l'"'.i. Mil apply '" the Hanoi intj J idni ol I >ad< 1 'MIIII! v I! %  • Id 1. lor Bl "ill Ml l-"i 11.11 Report and for rtlati hutlon and final ill-, hm -'. ..Kxi • utor ol the -1..I. o| 1 hi .il".. • n med deei dent Tinlmli day ol lum MARK K V I'I. AN Exi VRi IXI iVITZ, SILVER .v s 111:1: All..1 • %  Bi>7 V •,-!.< RII I Mian .' Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKI1V (IIVKN thai the iinili 1 !. aini -Mini. I'II.:(inmi ol \ i-i:\ M.t'tXAVoX S H O W i" A S K APRS MAHNAVOX, M lONAVOS >lli 1W1 "ASK al ""•" %  ''• KIm-a) ne Rlvil., Miami, 1' 1 li .1 lo realnter — -• %  •' nami n-ll li It ol the Cii I .111 III I .'!.(. • %  '"II' I'!'" %  IK VN'K 1:1 I'l' H SIX. \NNi: Rl'IMCH MK1 V IN IMI'HII IIARVKY KIIHill %  19 •.. ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGFS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63342A IN l:i: INn.l. "I HKRHERT ROTTKRTS, I... meed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All r HavInn I'l.im01 Demand* Agnlnal Said Riitati you are hi n by notllled and requlred to preaent ant claim* and di 111:111.is which \ • %  11 mas havi aitnliiHi the eatate ol HRRBRRT ROBERTS .1,,. %  .•!-, ,1 late "i" 1 Midi 1 "ounts %  i' 1 ii. the • "ouni t In. 1^. "f 1 Midi Counts and llli the aame In duplii ati ami us pros Ided In .-• ellon 73H.16. 1 lorlda Stntutea, In tin r olliri-* in thi County r..nnli. .ii-. In 1 >ade 1 'aunts Ploi ld:i, within -i' ilei month* Iri>m 1I1,. time ol Ihi MI -1 itublle i" Tli 1 the Kime will he I'ai reit 1 1 :. ,| al Mia in | l | i>: ''l' illl\ '• I l!'l MKRC \XTII R N VI'H-N \l. HANK 1 >K MIAMI I'.KA. II SHIRKRV IIKRtl A* Rxei P -|| of ihinol .' %  "ii •',. I2tl das "'' .lime, 1961 K. iM.MlU. S ': %  XJRRrt 1 • 1 1.in. -li. 1:1 Miami IV h Kin IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63391 C INK.' I '• %  • %  %  I.i HIS lll'RWITZ ||. ci ...-• li. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE ST \Ti: (>K rHAHMI i \ :n All. PERSONS INTEREST EH IS THE KMT VTK K SA1H I BCEHBNT Vail • hei I15 n 1II • .1 'I...1 .1 : Il ten insi.iini.nl |& NE1 1 IN. KSI.IS VI %  ni > s f„r Rxi eutor 80 • I. n Rd Miami Hi ai h. I I 1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN I the undi rinned, dealrlns to 1 I,,,-,... undi r the lletltii WINDS) >R TERRACE Al' VRTMl N al 11 • -_• 1 M hiitan AV. nui Mln Bi ... 1 -ii la, Intend to reKh '• i-lth I he "lei l> ol thi 1 -..nil .1 I '.nl. 1 'mints I'l-i Id liRRTRl'DR MILLER lli:i.KN EHRENBBRO ADELAIDE LEVY IRENE LEW H:\VIN s n \i:s Attorney lor \pi>ltcanu 1:1:,. sw is' Street fi 12-19-iH, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY Ql\ EN I the iiiul. 1-i-n. .1. ih -irinir to enftaRi nndi r the Hctltlou* natn) THE I'AI I. APT8. in 1101 MaiS.il Drive, Miami Beach, Flu.. Intend* r, g|*ti raid name with the 1 "lei k th. 1 'i nil 1 %  .ll-t .if 1 '..'I. 1 '••'<< Florida. I'Ai'l. KW1TNBV, Sole owner :. 29, • %  i-i: T NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF TH = ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6207 CHERRY WHITE, l'la %  HANSEL I.EE WHITE, I'. • n lanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE 11 vN'sKi. 1.1:1: WHITE •i'."" I'ralrli \Mi Vli bama \'..n ..1 1 -MI .... in roi Dlvi-ree ha* filed j nd you .1 %  iiulred %  erve a copy ol awer plali • on the plaint ill 1 I I'Ml. KWITNEY, ESg '• Lil Road, Miami Bi ai h, Flm da, • InaI Answi 1 r Pli ina in ih. ollli •• ol the Cli 1 k ol 1 1 %  %  ni ..II MI helore the : %  laj "f July, "" ; i 11 you "ni to ..... Judg di faull he tn ,ii;ain-i ) "'i I'm the elli in the Bill ol Complaint. This n .• |ce -h.ill I., puhlii-hi a 01 pach wi our 1 onaei in lv, •-• 111 THE JEWISH l"l."i:il'IAN. DONE VND ORDERED M thi* 'n a da 1 ol .' ill x 1964. 1: 1: li: VTHRRMAN, 1 1 'ir.'iii Court, Ha.li1 'ounts I 1 By: 1. SNEEDRN, Deputy Clerk Paul K Itnes Baquli • 12 %  Lincoln Rd.. .Miami Beach, I" 1 Altm in \ f.n I'lainlifl" 6 .".-l:'-i:' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63391-C IN RE Ratate ol I.I ins rirnwms, I i*ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS T VII Cri Ita and All Pel win* H ilnis oi Demand* Asainsl s. V..11 .HI ii. i.-i.v notified anil 1 pni ins claim* and a in.mils which you mas have aftaiii the eatati ol I..'iiHurwlti deceaai I 'M.I. County, Florida, to tl Count; ol Bade County, ai lile ih. in. in duplii ate and api elded in .-• 16. Florida Stn uti -. In 11 Ilk B n the 1 Hade County, Florid ndar month* Irom tt mn, ol -i" III -1 publli atlon or thi -..;i.. -ih be barred Miami, Florida, ll ,1., v 111 V.D 1964 VBH Ml \.M Sill VFER \ Rxi eutoi 1 %  lion ol thla 1 tlci das "'' J %  THE) 'I IRK It Ni:i.s. IN RICH VRD .'. N 1:1.Si IN \ ttorm %  •' 1 Executoi ';'•:, 1.in. oln Rd Miami Bi. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6384 r-EY Ml ll 1: I SMITH. Plaintiff.. SVl.VI \ S\I '. •. 11.lanl NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION I, SY I.VIA SMITHr >iJ II Sll-, I I \f\\ 1 I I N. • %  li 1 n with the n Hi 1 • : ||| %  1: II I.EA I'HERM \N %  hi is M I.V.MAN Clerk 6,12 ... IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR'DA IN PROBATE No. 63351 C IN Rl I'stali of \ Rl IRENI I...IJ, I NOT CE TO CREDITORS Po editor* .111.1 All P. is, us 11.. i nnd* Again You hcivby ii"i ifi.-.i and 1 ir, .1 -. 1 n. 1 and d 11 1. -ii mus has 1 %  tni .1 (51 ST w I:III:I:NI-I:I.; id ,.f 1 i.ul. founts. Florid in the Counts Iniliiis ol Dade Co*UI 'v. and Ilk Ihi name in duplicate ai 1* provldi .1 in s. ctl '. 16, Florid Statute*, In thi Ir %  •: flee* In Ihe Coui : \ C hou*e ni 1 Midi Counl \, l-T" Ida, with n -i\ calendar mnnlhii fro ni si publication h. 1 ..I • -., in i., barred i'ai. .! • Miami, Florida, ihi VI \ I' l"i,I M VRI VNNE SCHMELZER vl"\. 1 thli notlo ,.r June, I.I ISi'll I : %  'a|.. Ill iIPST '' RENFE1 1 167 Ainu Vi ;s NOT CE UNDER FIC-iTIOl. S NAME LAW So HEREBY (1IVRS to elU • RPRISR.S il N u %  I %  Clerk %  I lade 'M.I IV Flo MAR NORMAN %  • 1/22-29, I "... m H



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Page 2-A +JewlsliFk>rldnar} Friday. ;„ ne 12 Jewish Vocational Service and Jewish Home for the Aged siqn cooperative agreement. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, president, Jewish Vocational Service; Aaron Kravitz, chairman, Thrift Shop, Jewish Home for the Aged; and Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director, Jewish Vocational Service. Rear row (left to right) are Maurice Pearlstein, executive director, Jewish Home for the Aged; Donald S. Block, director, Jewish Vocational Service Workshop. JVS and Aged Home Reveal Joint Program To Retrain Handicapped Persons Here b( taken apart, cleaned, repaired and 'hen sold. One of the greatest barriers to the employment "f the handieanpi r person is ;i lack ol skills which can be used in Ms job placement in regular industry. Tin pr i ram the handicapped to learn a varietj of marketable >kill> in the Ideal labor market. "For the Jewish Home for the Aged, the value will be in the volume of sales at the Thrift Shop which is then used to meet the deficit in operating on-going programs and services for residents at the Home," officials explained. The businessman who hires the Handicapped trained by JVS sets a well-qualified person for his employ. Attending the meeting were Maurice Pearlstein. executive director. Jewish Home for the Aged. Stuart Rothchild. treasurer. Jewish Vocational Service, and Dr. Michael Goodman and Donald S Block, executive director of the Jewish Vocational Service and workshop director for JVS, respectively. Both the .Tewi-h Home for the Aued and the ,ieish Vocational Service are beneficiary agencies of the Greater Miami Jen i-h Fed eiation. and both are members of Dade County. (he Dade County Welfare Planning tional Service hi ,', M| Council. The Home is also a application pciuu.. ,, h .. rs|t member of the United Fund of Fund ^n Retraining of handicapped perSO that they can return to the competitive labor market is the keynote of a cooperative program just announced by the Jewi Vocational Service and the Jewish Home for the Aged, A joint statement by Mrs Charles P. feinberg, president of Jewish Vocational Service, and Aaron Kravitz, chairman of the Jewish Home tor the Aged Thrift Shop, said the new program will gQ into effect shortly. In a meeting held at tne office of Kravitz. president of the Army Navy Eagle Department Stores, agreement was reached between board members of both agencies permitting handicapped clients of the JVS of all races, colors and i reeds to repair items, machinery, and appliances donated to the Thrift Shop for sale. The first items to be renovated, during a try-out period, will be smell appliances and clothing. The power sewing machines of the Jewish Vocational Service can be kept humming by clients who are learning the trade and being paid a wage during their training period. Purchasers of the items sold at the Thift Shop will be getting something in good working order Clients at the Jewish Vocational Workshop may be trained in changing double breasted suits into the more fashionable single breasted suit Toasters, electric irons. sewing machine-, lamps and other small appliances *ill LITTLE PII&S or SAWDUST IN VOUR HOME MAY nfEflN POWDER POST BEETLES canr ttf&PpSe ounce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CINZCR OF TH£ SOUTH Largest Selection In Latest Stylet fcr Me" and Women TREE PARK NO SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO B'-SES 728 LINCOLN ROAD i On :• V Phone JE 8 0749 Oculist!' Pf-sc-ot'Orn F .i.d CONTACT LENSES Urlcin for the sake of your homo 'ponpn *S* ^ov M Rabbi Joseph L Rackovsky fhont JE 1-35*5 MS MICHIGAN AVI.. 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