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The Jewish Floridian ( June 19, 1964 )

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.) "eJewish Floriidian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKU Number 25 Miami. Florida, Friday. June 19. 1964 Two Sections Price 2'J Eshkol Winds Up His Triumphant Visit Here; Happy About Outcome YORK — (JTA) — Prime i.i \ i Eshkol completed pcfc a whirlwind 12-day of• id the United states pn s ions ot satisfaction I i accomplishments of the He was the first Israeli in ; t.i visit this country on n official invitation from an ran President, indicated he regarded as i ol the principal achievements eement with President Johnfor periodic high-levels conicts to dicuss emerging probi.'iiConsiderable importance attached to the personal con. itestablished between the ri mier and the President. It as understood that the President •ked .Mr. Eshkol to continue perunal consultations with him, ng at a continuous, rather %  m a crisis-to-crisis, consultation %  I' Mideast problems. President Johnson's emphasis %  -n protection of the territorial ntegrity of Mideast states and :haracterization of Israel as a ^face-seeking country also was oted. Another development in he Johnson Eshkol talks was the ultimate hope of the United States working out with the Sovet Union an agreement to cut he arms flow to the region and o create the conditons of peaceful co-existence there. Although o immediate efforts in that diection r likely, Israeli thinkng is that at some stage, the Jnited States must act with the Russian* to stabilize the *rt*. he Premier found high regard Israel in the United States tactl with Jewish leaders he [OUnd the distinction between Z'onisl and non-Zionists had beci.mc blurred and that he could make calls tor Aliyah during his visit which would have been unacceptable to American Jewry a decade ago. He urged such immigration in a talk at the Hebrew I'nion College, the Heform rabbiincal seminary. He said more Continued on Page 8-A anned For Reburying Of Jabotinsky RABBI urn yium r< ilvclcd president CUMAJt Of UNDmiANDINV Synagogue Council Lauds Churches for Hitting NEW YORK iJTAi — The Synagogue Council of America lauded this week the resolution adopted last week by the National Council ol Churches, representing to.000.000 American Protestants, which condemned anti-Semitism, and hailed the climate ot understanding and goodwill" between Jews and Protestants manifested in the resolution. The Stand was taken in one ot B -erics ol resolutions approved by the :>3th annual meeting ot the 5CA. the coordinating agency ol Conservative, orthodox and Re form rabbinical and congregation a! organisations. Rabbi Uri Miller, of B | timore, was reelected president. In another resolution the SCA prai'ed the efforts of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for helping to bring about a solution to the problem of preparing and hoisting animals for ritual slaughter." The resolution called the work of the ASPCA Continued on Page 9-A By Special Report NEW YORK — A mass procession of leaders and representatives of a'l major national Jewish organizations. Jewish War Veterans, Legionnaires, Jewish spiritual leaders of all three denominations and members of the public at large will accompany the luncral cortege carrying the rei mains ol Zeev Jabotinsky, leading i lighter of Jewish Statehood, and his wife. Johana. during their transfer for reburial in Israel, according to an announcement by the National Committee for the 1 Jabotinsky Memorial headed by | Philip M. Klutznick, former U.S. Ambassador to the UN. The public funeral service and procession will be held in New York on Monday. July 6. at 5 p.m. The cortege will proceed from Riverside Memorial Chapel. Amsterdam Ave. and "fith St.. Crucifixion Reference Reported Deleted in Ecumenical Draft FEDERAL INDEMNIFICATION DISCUSSED Leaders Meet With West German Chancellor Erhard WASHINGTON— (JTA) —Lead ol the Conference of Jewish .••rial Claims Against Germany nferred here this week with %  • -t German Chancellor Ludwig : i urging him to reopen the ding deadline—under the amend i in to the Federal Indemnifica mn Law proposed in Bonn—tor i benefit of Nazi victims who I rough no fault of their own are rred from registering their anus under the existing legisla • % %  ii This concerns primarily Naai %  tins who came out from the n Curtain lands after October 958, The meeting of the Jewish lead'with Chancellor Erhard took lace in the German Embassy here. The Claims Conference i legation was composed of Dr v ahum Goldmann. president; Jacb Hlaustein, senior vice presient; \lo-cs Leavitt. treasurer. nd Saul Kagan. special consult nt of the Claims Conference. The delegation also urged the Chancellor to take immediate steps to correct serious deficiencies in the proposed amendment to the Federal Restitution Law presently before the West Serman Parliament NEW YORK (JTA) — The specific statement absolving the Jews from responsibilitj for the crucifixion ot Christ has been eliminated from the draft declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations pending before Ihe Ecumenical Council, the New York Times iv ported this week from Rome. Citing unofficial but apparently well-informed sources, the report said that all reference to the ancient issue of Jewish responsibility has been deleted. The declaration was drafted under the dine tion of Augustin Cardinal Rea, head ol the Secretariat tor the Promotion of Christian unity. Cardinal Bea has repeatedly declared that the inaction of the first two sessions of the Ecumenical Council on the draft declaration was due to procedural problems and not to opposition within the Catholic hierarchy. Leading American prelates, including Cardinal Spellman, of New York, and Cardinal Cushing, of Boston, have said repeatedly that the draft declaration would be approved at the third session of the Council opening in September. The Tunes said that the revised draft was awaiting final correction before being printed and distributed within the next lo days to the 2.300 prelates making up the Council The report said that the decision to eliminate all references to Jews and the crucifixion came from the highest levels ol the Catholic Church and that ;l was based On a combination of political and theological considerations i The informants were cited by Ihe Times as saying that the main consideration was a belief that apContinued on Page 8-A through Amsterdam Ave.. to 91-t St., up to the Young Israel Synagogue o| the West Side on 91st St., near Broadway where special memorial exercises will be held, led by a choir comprised of all i tembers of the Cantors' Association of New York. Then, the procession in buses and automobiles will proceed to the Kennedy International Airport, where the remains will be flown, escorted by two special jet planes, to Paris en route to Lydda Airport. Israel. During the stopover in Paris, high officials of the French Government and representatives of the Jewish community in France, where Jabotinsky had lived for many years, will participate in special honors for the deceased. The reinterment of the remains of Jabotinsky, who was the found or of the Jewish Legion in World War 1. is being carried out D) order of the Israel Government in keeping with the last will and testament of the world Zionist leader who died on July :). 1940. in Hunter. NY., that his "remains may not be transferred to Palesline unless by order of thai country's eventual Jewish GovernContinued on Page 5 A Italians Defend Pius Stand on Jews ROME 'JTA i — Foreign minister Guiseppe Saragal charged in Parliament this week that attacks against the late Pope Pius XII over his role during the Nazi slaughter of European Jewry were partly a propaganda effort partially to acquit Nazism "of its horrible crime' and to make the Catholic Church responsible. He made the statement in reply to questions from extreme Leftiest deputies a recent Foreign which followed Ministrx slate ment deploring the ••slanderous campaign" against the memory of the late Pontiff. Debate over the Pontiffs role was touched off by publication of a play. 'The Deputy." by West German playwright Rolf Hoebhuth. which evoked demonstrations throughout Europe and widespread discussion there and in the United States. The Foreign Minister, however, did not refer to the play. The Foreign Minister said that the Ministry's statement followed expressions of regret by the Vatican that the campaign against the Pontiff was spreading in Italy. He added that, in issuing the condemnatory message, his Ministry acted in conformity with the "special relations" existing between the Vatican and Italy. He said the condemnation had not been decided on by the entire Cabinet, which he said was unnecessary. He stressed, however, that it inContinued on Page 6-A Moscow OK's New Book Libeling Jews NEW YORK — (JTA | — The Communist Party in the Soviet I'nion was accused of endorsing a new anti-Semtic book at the same time when it criticized the notorious book. "Judaism Without Embellishment," which provoked worldwide protests for its viciously anti-Semitic content. The new book is entitled "Cat* chism Without Embellishment and was published in 196;* by the .Moscow State Publishing House lor Political Literature. It has had a publication run of at least 105,000 copies, compared with the edition of 12.000 copies of "Juda ism Without Embellishment" which was reportedly suppressed alter the worldwide wave of criticism. B'nai B'rith President Label A. Katx, reporting on the dissemination in the Soviet Union of the book "Catechism Without Embellishment," said 'hat the ideological commission of the Soviet Communist Party's central committee, which had critiContinued on Page 3-A —



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•^—i a n ^ Page 2-A -Jenist ncrkttar Friday. June IS %  n UNIQUE JFCS INTER-AGENCY PUN /fo/>/es /VW Available for Adoption A unique intt > plan forated by Leon Fisher, executive director ot Je*i Mrs. B B Goldstein, president I JFCS. this week reported that contrary to the stunned disbelief ients here. we save babies ia -.ir.iiicantlr :.rrerrmwbers available for adop%  Until recently, Jewish Family and Children $ S*rvke discouraged would-be parents from applying t the agency for infant adoptions. "W* simply did not Sidney Lefcourt. president cf the Greater Miami Jewish Federation lei! presents the President's Leadership Award to Daniel Neal Heller citing Heller as "an outstandina voung leader cf the Jewish community and of Combined Jewish Appeal whose efforts have proven of great value toward establishing a better world for peopie both at home and cbroad." National Commander cf the Jewish War Veterans end Florida .-eg.onal chairman of the National United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Campcicn Cabinet. Heller was chosen as the young ieader of the community "whose efforts stamp him as an individual with outstanding potential and as a leader of the local and the national Jewish community." NCRAC Planning By Special Report NEW YORK The future of interreligious life in America and local problems stemming from the current civil rights struggle are some of the principal eonctrr.s of the 2h annual plenary' -•--;on of the National Community Relations Advisory Council set for June 25 to 28 at the ChasePark Plaza Hotel in St Louis. Mo. NCRAC ia the national policyti rating and joint program planbody of six national Je Plenary Session urgaaizatioag and 72 Jewish community relations councils in cities throughout the United States. Lewis U. VYeinstein. of Boston. NCRAC chairman, said that the -e~-;iKithis year, as in previous rears, will develop con^eosua on policies and recommendations that serve a* the basu for pro gram action and as guidelines for the Jewish community in America on many social issues and on mtergroup and ir.tim ; ._ relations. MIAMI #O.Yl fAMMSCKXW HOME 335 S.W. 12th AVE. LEO alUM. Mracfer r*. ft 9-0278. ft 4-5437 Soeciofi'xina in Core to the lldet!y and Chronically /// 24-Hour Nursinj Service Special Diets Strictly Observd Private and Semi-Private Rooms — Jewish-Style Cooking "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" AHO'HIU LOCATION fOR fOUt COMVtNltNCt COULTON BROS. %  AST%  "MAUlf %  -HAT roua TfXACO IOYS Coral Way & S W 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th S. WE IMSTAll GLASS FM EVERY in RVOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW CLASS Faratfare Taps. Sever**' Mirr.rt ead leti/reriag Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone F* 11363 Harris OrVim INSURANCE SENIOR CITIZEN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE GOOD DRIVEU"! TO 90 YEARS AOERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC 37 N E 1st AVE. Ph. 371-2611 have the children," she declared. To prove the point, -he *a;d that in 1963. JFCS made only Mren adoptive placements. In 1962. there were ten Besides, the waiting period has been a long and hard one. •.All that is changed now.' she emphasized again Wednesday as she did in the agency's initial announcement of the happy tidings tor so many couples several weeks ago. Fisher explained that the babies are coimag from an authorized family agency with an adoption program in another community, 'where the -upplr of infants exceeds the demand for adoption.'' Both JFCS officials, however emphasized that "our standards. known for their hiojh level throughout the nation, assuring infants the best possible families for their future, remain as high as ever." long waiting periods are nou %  .. the) able for adoption, "bjt Livi i will e to jh the same rigid Yeshiva Awards Degree to Parker Albert P3rker. I y : i .••-.. The ::da Committee I r the Albert iia> >rar> deg : Doctor in Laws b> "i eshii %  n rity in New York. Parker, who also is vice ch. man of the Board of Overseen the Albert E:n-tein College of Medic.ne. was feted at a testimonial dinner at the Wald ri Astoru Hotel. Sen. Kenneth Keating, of New York, a frequent South Florida visitor. wa> principal speaker. The honoree is 1964 general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal in New York and maintains a year-round apartment at the Palm Beach Towers. He works with fear Greater Miamians. Samuel C. Levenson. R Williams Apte. Mrs. Louis Glas-er and Isidore Goldberg, who serve ..~ co-.hairmen of the Greater Miami Committee for the nation's f:rst non-sectarian medical collect sponsored by the Jewi>h communstudy interviews as beiore." 371-3433. Jewish Family The agency Wednesday again dren's Service is a mea urged couples wanting to adopt Greater Miami Jewish r. • '' children to contact the agency at and United Fund ''\ Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys OI n the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go 1 Need Milk Guys On the Go Need M ilk Guys On th? Go Need Milk Guys | On the Go Need Milk Guys On the G o Need Milk Guys On the Go Need j Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk Gu ys On the Go Need Milk Guys On t he Go Need Milk Guys On the Go N tm.m.m .*9B*W •• w i %  **.n aj an


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Friday. Iu" e ^ 19 + Jew 1st Fit rid for Page 3-A mi. I Ie Beth Sholom honors its choir. James president of the Temple, and Eli Katnian of the Temple's Religious Actives Committee, expressed the thanks of the .lion to the choir "for their excellent ing the year," and Cantor David Consei, choir director, outlined an ambitious pro, (or reliaious services and the Temple's t] proaram for the year ahead. Top are Levin, Miss Essie Abrams, Mrs. Ida Cantor and Mrs. Conviser, Mrs. Rose : Mrs. Matthew Commanday, Mrs. Ben \%\ Rosenthal, Mrs. James Knopke, Mrs. Mina Krams, Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky, Sid Rose. Middle row are Mrs. David Greene, Mrs. Wally Dutton, Mrs. Bennett Lee, Mrs. Jacob Deaenshein, Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. Doris Horlick, Mrs. Ruth Williams. Bottom row are Organist David Smith, Wally Dutton, Al Cohen. James Knopke. Arch Bradley, Sam Rudt. Not shown are Mrs. David Drucker, Mrs. Fran Lubar, Louis Moskowitz, Mrs. Ruth Herrmann, Mrs. Salwa Abrams, Mrs. Anna Opper. Spiritual leader iz Rabbi Leon Kronish. New President Of Or Olom Reveals Drive Sam Putterman is new president <>f Temple Or Olom. The owner oi Pearl Furniture Company on Bird Rd., he has a wide and long time organizational background The New York City-born execu live lived lor many years in Tuck aboe, N. Y.. where he founded the Genesis Hebrew Center of Crest wood. He Berved as its dent in 1945. presl %  a bbi Alexander S. Gross presents The Jewish Floridian Jourilism Award to Maxine Zisguit, ninth grade graduate of the •sbrew Academy at assembly ceremonies last week. The ward is presented annually by The Jewish Floridian to the itstandihg journalism student of the graduating class at e Academy. Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE Sc *4i,tr*ct XM** OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 Moscow OK's New Bigot Book Continued rom Page 1-A cited "Judaism Without Embellishment" praised "Catechism Without Embellishment" as a correct example of propaganda for atheism. "Catechism Without Embellishment." written by A. Osipov, does pot contain the Streicher-like cartoons used in the other book, Mr. Katz said. However, he added, the text material is similar, accusing Judaism of preaching "the bloody extermination of peoples of ether faiths, "urging real racial discrimination" and propagating the notion that God would "destroy ether nations."' The Osipov book calls Passover ?nd other Jewish festivals a device for "the enrichment of the svnagogue and rabbis." calls the rabbinate a "greedy, silver-loving .clergy," and vilifies Jewish ritual and the "Commandments" as dePutterman is affiliated with the Masons, Lions and formerly with the Tuckahoe Chamber of Commerce, where he was also a leader in the Community Chest and treasurer of the savings and loan association there. Mis son, Leonard Putterman, served as president ol Or Olom from I960 in 1961. Hi-father v/as shamos in Yeshiva University in New York His brother, David Putterman, -i rved as cantor of the Park Ave iiue Synagogue and was founder •I the .National Cantonal Association. Putterman this week announced that Temple Or olom has initiated a membership drive Twelve new families have affiliated with the Temple since the beginning' "1 the drive, he said, adding that "100 new members to expand our family to 450 is the goal by • Sept. I." Putterman noted that the Or Olom Hebrew, Sunday and Nursery Schools number some 600 students. Spiritual leader is Rabbi Simon April, who was orI dained in Israel. Newly-named to the staff is. Cantor Nicco Feldman. who replaces Cantor Gershon Levin soon to return to Israel. The Temple's membership drive will be culminated with a dance in the fall under the direction of Bert Reinhardt and Ralph Fistel. SAM PUTTERMAN Yeshurun Couple Are Honored Congregation, Sisterhood anil Men's Club honored Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shoenfeld, who were among the first chartered mem bers of Temple Adath Yeshurun, at the 8:15 service last Friday, The Schoenfelds are leaving the Miami area to return to Elizabeth. N.J.. so that they can be closer to their children and grandchildren. Schoenleld was the first Religious Committee chairman of the Temple and is now honorary member of the hoard. Mrs. Sehoenfekl is a board member of the Sisterhood since its inception. A Kiddu-.li in their honor was tendered by the Sisterhood after the service. signs for profiteering," Mr. Katz reported. pyer '*3iB 'nnsv sin BETH DIN OFFICE IABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 INSURED SAVINGS earn liberal dividends paid and compounded quarterly 41


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. i n B rage 4-A +Jmis* HcrkMzr Friday. June 19. 1954 ^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 KX Sixth Street %  Telephone FR. *-i: 35 -a • Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 ;-_• ---•. rrtcy FtMu B_MN Ml hf T v r lwr_> IMM S .\ 9 Miami L F S. -e P-id at Miami. F.or: 1 % H. j*„ •• c 0 3 in II absorbed tn J*WII UaMj r> MM Ji.N-- Mtmltr th Jwih T.lflrarr C •;--.-. Sav.n Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Ser ea Ni: o-a E3 torui Ann Amer.tan Aaan .f E-j Je'" NeospJBere. aria the Fiona. Pre AFRED X. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher !e ,--%  -, I I 8lUCiTlON RATES: Letai Area O-e >tt' UX Th'rt Vea'e Ml 0-t o Tow Uaon Req-est ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tei AM v. Israel RAY U BINDER Correspondent Volume 3? Number 25 Friday. June 19. 1964 9 Tamuz 5724 The Righting Of A Profound Wrong The '.a_r.chir.c c: prepcrr.-.rr.s -: the reburia) oi the remains ol Zeev (abotinsky %  '-' %  • : '--'" : "" r # rrooq Tatar* bar* b *n lutuked ait -^ in the rKradhnq oi Uraeri ttwoea David Ben-Gurion Prime M ste: lev. Eshkol -: the y c unq nation 5 1s s the 'rrctr.. : %  e, oi links 01 a :.%  -..er.ee But seer. ItQO tha pan : the I.r: si :e:::tr H is mr.-r: : e Fai v tan Mi Bi>Gurion stout rabotin..-. g la have hi? r*> s r:^;:' ~cm sad N V Bad re.r.terrec. rclr-.vir.g the reer-.et. ol a now psora-h rr~--.rr.-ec.ih Cextainh he Ju ne ta nd H There tew men w ..c ^— —ore to the establishment r: "ewi_h state _-. one time n fto nq ji M did net '..• %  m la *ac s continued res-stnr.re was trie etc: rcLbccI c___n.r_or_5 between mem jaboensary the m __ta_.: leoiet became _r_tor"errcris: repute-::= rosed upen e Rev.s.-:.^~ j— cut ot whose roots arew the Herut Pozty .-.-i ere; were I c -Tltlftil Mwq ot pest SBC rteser.: nisto".-r_s shculi r.ct hove beer. en ouch c deny n" srec*. nnd rcllen "lecder h^s nnnl VJC sx the Herat rentrcversinl thouoh .s rc..-es nnd '.eodersiup may be -j nc lees tesrectnble them mony ciher pcrr.es tn Israe. today Y_Ben-Guricn 5 bcrJ.es w.tBM •• %  nl '.; re~:: the "nbct:r^sr>" remterment. .t was more fivnn z slirht tc z mnn :t wes a p**** i ~cr.n--c-.r_s ce-r-s.cn besec en tne •-.e retum c£ the :e_T.c_r-s nnn _e_ :e:xir._. tn ianal 5 sc_ .s -ct enly c recLsnc ere .t .s nlsc cr. e-e tewnrd %  -*" %  • te'__nc _e rull story ot emercer.re r: t: 'ew_jh 5tr e r r_: trm.e Terr: _n .-.er.rcn Jew ot such exnltec rcssccor c _M "-'nttec \cr_on_ heeds tne So_, Sicrmhccnt er.c_ch recscn tc tee^ the rehe-t r< m-nnv men m :..;:. pin res r the r.aht__q oi rr.c-end'-red cmd p__io_nn wrene 5_: scys Kctx. Cctech_>m Without Emcellish—tent _i bad enouch. Jews are _H_ rr.rcrcec: w^th preacr._-.-c; the bicocv extermir.::.::. ot peopjes ot other iaiths end surulcx cbsurdities. r.:x wc_.d Premier Khrushcher react now? Somehow the Soviets ere stricter wtth those r: cusee ct economic crimes. Decth end _f.pr:senment ere tr.e_ lot. Is nnd-Serr.i_sm ct n '.owe: cren.r.ni order so that its proer.t-.or.ers merely net oc w-.th being cnliee nasty r.nrr.es" Those Hasty ^Madmen' Lion of Judah Dilemma T~e err-vai ct Walter Zech-Nennrwich in Ethiopia should really prove the relationship .between Israel and her Arriccr. neighbors. Nennrw.ch was ser.tenred tc teer \-e_rs In rr .s-rr. :n Apr -T Shortly trerecite: re e~ raped rrom the seemingly impreonibie Brcunschweice: ?r_^or. and marie it tc Cairo where re _.e-i openly at the Hotel Atlas The trrrr.e: Nan. SS ec.rr.el ha< row been asked tc rr.rve cr. because h< presence in the DAK emccrrassee EcyptianWest German relations. Bonn had formally requested that the Egvpt_en _-cve:r_-..er.t extradite Nenntwich. But what should the Lion of Judch do now 7 It was r.z-e Selass.e who once appeared beroie the Leegue a: Nations to warn the world about ualicm oxjcression and the significance oi intercatxaoal krw and order. The violation oi the rights oi one people he declared, prepares the road to the violation o: the rights ot all. The Emperor was prophetic in his words. But what will his government do now about Weber Zech-Nenntwich. the convicted killer ot Jews? It r_mc__s to be seen if Haile Selassie will be as ardent in his view ot motalitv m 1=6-4 as he was in 19o6. More rscM-h/. when a-tec by new. _bo_: •-%  e ror_ re coerced eat the cnlv vel_mes crar_eh_ were these be_r*g %  ; %  ; at tne L"rased : :_5~.r _•.: -e:e x r ; tc larA Errrp mis wee_ reports _M_t re___ne:.: r.a_ r Legally Augmenting the Law The Hcssadx: group in Brooklyn that has *=k e rigorous duty ot patroUing the ter_s.cn :.dden Crown Heights ecuao ol ve .-.-._s acre yeoman's set vice m the cnise :: rr~rr._:..tv peace •'• -' %  responsible voluntvin Ne-c esentat.c patiol it is now QO k___jex possioie tc charge the grv>up with K~T_3rJk_nes wl t.vaet aio !'•.,• \. :e\-. by LEO MINDLIN a BARRY GOLDWATER .. b "no stretch of tl during the week l__^*_. b "__: •. ample, would have *in btm ___ I Kit llf to •" doom Ext: fc m ... & -CC II rlgh t wingers in Ante?,/%' day are not necessar.ly -_ C ists It Ls entirely conce:va v • th advocates of income t_\ ia j I %  social security repeal .. ue_ as militant supporter. „( u overall reduction in general federal powers, look upon the. re4 | istic soals in purely political terms and without regard to Uu color of mar. 5 rida or his religion. Nevertheless, racism has a-. ,r. C on trovertible tendency to be characteri>tic of the extremist, and it n fairly safe to assume that where you find the one you will i,.. „„,} the other This is why it seems almost impossible on its face to take ien ously Robert Welch s disavowal of anti-Semitism and uh> rac si atti tudes in at least some form predictably exist among tho>e •*waM turn the cakndar back by seventy or a hundred years Political exil built upon an enhancement of the individual < Western terms it the ego of the majority that seeks release from ng society determined to compromise :t> BWtrtidual Ltbei ties by extending the liberties to include the minority, as well \ ol uhich is by a> of saying that the extremist iron %  %  if of a phen not be a Jew. those hr 1 \ •.•rr.ational intrigue to undermine a: States.aanj measure of decent ber to be relegated to tl • RFHAT HE IS %  w ater*. %  %  • %  it e sheet | to the fi and lar. %  f hli liabilities • nal and The '-__f _.r th admit) rest of the and le_ %  • .-. if on duB %  %  -v -Set ssible nomination n %  ne nation _• a whole eon %  an interesting development: the firnt seenv "partj < rinee 1932 Hence, the apparent'? excit ieh ha> been a "me too" organi. Bg the p_-rears and more | the most Mi ho-huir. da>s 0 ^er..r|Ol*er administrations. In contrast to :he past, when the Republicans fc-und it necessary to accept, defend and %  ajar social innovation launched and imp'. ;r hated Derm-crauc adversary, they can now decl..:. that the> are tuia mphJcally unto I he nueliiw THE rAeCARTHY ERA represented a primary effort by a tingle %  eao to capitalize upon the "me too"' weakness of the Repi; Part* But so apparent had the aigoa cf social change becomi b) ther.. that even at the height of a Republican President > prestige anu rx.--wer. the lone maverick could not muster his party's up( • \ 1 COP'i temporar} strength in order to create a nseai political distinction betwin-n itself and the Democrat* McCarthy was a failure because the direction he took ; red than meaningful in terms of the social program for which Mr Eisenhower, himself, had been forced to >tan>i He van also a failure becaus) I r the GOP I H 1 }uish itself in extremist termthe party that kept it out ot the White House ovat a pencd of tweat) anguish-filled > 't also spell death at the polls. But the social pr gresi thai wai inch a necessary inti I rce • \ rica from 1U3-J through the end of World War 11 1 I ->t E-senh ation is le>s a net -ce toda; it is. to some 1 divisive one The mis. selves be tore they have taller. And • the Reaarislei • son of S maj verj veil attempt to sorve I nie r,:iia b> ( %  I 1 aha look lot ,-.;. •:• •:• •:• TuyHiLE IT is rirtuall) p.. that Sea Goid_a:. thanei • ag the Pn atat cat Ixardlj b x> certain that he ... sot Min y, tjr> ^vn,iauo_. Tr.. %  r Eisen t as .ta Maa for et_u y-..• n B0 i J ">'" 1 F the Al 1 s.-r.atc*'s fortursucceea. then ntinue in the turbo af itpolitics. ith litt'.e or no alternative but for the %  lilho-tr tin parrot its oppositma and the past If the] fail, then the nation \U1 ha\e the first seercibetween idea* pea 1 the Nan Deal From the p*at at w ttc GOP strati t ana mean that th** ,;ap _ea. GaN chance when x „, n tnd ttiat ^ u her. I the sraj V: (j,, ^ 4 %JiJ rea_ of \ lllH r l '" s %  %  -ti *t a -*eiess po_thai ha. loo long been asvaJ lar the aataoa say drffert" n rapt pntcaan to %  a tsdi bent c social sa-eofttl Roth .U N< arrang Par the D—a u al Part, a* eaya. phrenic Does not us conaerrativs) _-.rc seek streasrth as alliances with Tasnectahle Reraaahcaas. _iw> us tarn **.: virtue ol such tavttal : paverHence, what See G hope* to lead 11.1*4 b*adwa*eai h> h*s aaatta. politica amhiti 4:tV v .^ ^.^ # bHWt snectahlc a* the R< create*! c__ier ., [" ,ht [ v mn ahernativ* t %  %  :x w %  >• Nrai 1 ai tv esi ngW Minx in I SU1M pam SJS"! .tivtane.\_n_._, lUaa saay hna tl '•' r ri, ^.t^t streaarths N ^ -self „ !" u -test aaaa it t\Mhear woaad 0 iremlata atMraaw let V 1$ ao Je* learf theat*



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friday. June 19. 1964 • %  iw isti fhrlditr Page 5-A Pomp Planned for Return Of Jabotinsky to Israel r.iaduclion exercises for five students of the avid Pinski Folk School at the Farband Cen. i. P42 Washington Ave. Seated (left to right) ..re Karen Gluck, Joy Lynn, Esther Peison, Mir.:.:: Melnick and Moishe Melnick. Standing .e.'t to right) are Edna Rosenfeld, teacher, ouis Lasavin, principal, and Louis Schwartz.an. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Officers of the school are Max B. Astor, president; Bernard Furman, vice president; Abraham Rovinsky, treasurer; Mendel Chomitz, cultural chairman; Ida Astor, financial secretary; Eva Kahn, recording secretary; Molly Rubinstein, hostess chairman; and Anna Rovinsky. president. Women's Division. LETTER TO THE EDITORErhard Visit Should Stir Scientist Issue EDITOR, The Jewish Flortdian: i ho visit of Chancellor Ludwiy' :\.ird to this country should stir; questions in connection with' !• activities of German nuclear mtists in Egypt who arc con-; Ming to work on devices for the; • press purpose of annihilating • nation of Israel. The hundreds of German sclents occupied in the manufac-i ill of nuclear warheads arc makc great progress in that direc•n. All the efforts of the Is. li Government to prevent this jrant ahuse of scientific knowl-ibeing used for the purpose enocide of the Jewish people Israel cr futile since the i man Government doesn't want •uct a law to stop their citi%  activiiict is a terrifying feeling to | • 'i* that German citixens, with .'. • st German passports under • •official jurisdiction of our / West Germany, should be rig in laboratories in :-ypt for the only purpose of ojic'ating the Jewish State •d thus accomplish "the final 'Kin of the Jewish question." he death schools set up by the which were recently rend HI the Frankfurt trials of \uschwita atrocities, are siiii eratioa, under German pro tection. in Egypt with Nasser's supervision. Disregarding the moral aspects, which alone are enough to demand intensified action to have this practice stopped, every responsible government should realize that from a political point of view, it is not sensible to repress the only democratic country in the Middle East, which represents and sustains Western civilization and culture in that area. The new, supposedly democratic Germany can certainly take action to curtail its citizens' activities in thi> respect and avoid the embarrassing situation of identifying itself with the Nazi crimi•-;:Is who still seem to control certain areas of government agencies. Those criminals of Germany who initiated World War II with its chain reaction of catastrophies and all the tragic consequences resulting from them, should finally be eliminated from the policy-making of West Germany. Chancellor Erhard, with hi> clean political background and opposition to the Nazi atrocities •gainst human dignity, should be reminded by our government and by our Jewish national organizations of his duties as head of state and as a humanitarian to stop, by every measure of means, this renewed annihilation project of those Germans against the Jewish people in Israel. MAURICE GOLDRING Miami Beach OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs and furnishing* eUreot from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Fver/thing lor the Office of Distinction IMer'or des'gn and •pace planning. EDITOR. The Jewish Florid.an: I don't agree with Leo Mindlin's column about "boyish exuberance" in the May 29 edition. It is good lor American Jews to protest the -lander of the mural in the Jordan pavilion. It is gratifying toj note that the Anti-Defamation League lias taken action Bgainsl Robert Moses and the World's Fair, as the American Jewish Congress has exercised the basic democratic right to protest by peaceful picketing—protesting not enly the lihclous mural of the Jordan pavilion, hut also the arbiIrary and authoritarian attitude ol Robert Moses. Mr. Mindlin's subtle suggestion oi "shtadlanut" lu ihe face of i what has happened and is still happening to our fellow Jews is I lie longer acceptable as a tactic in the twentieth century. Far better for Jews to stand up like men and use the very legitimate means df either legal action or peaceful public protest. RABBI LEON KRONISH Temple Beth Sholom NEW! FREE! A REVISED EDITION OF FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR Continue.! 'rom Page 1 A ii'ciit. The will was made in 1935, thirteen years before the establishment of the State of Israel. July 6. the date of the beginning of the transfer of the remains, marks the eve of the 21th anniversary of the death of Jabotinsky. The anniversary is observed according to the Hebrew calendar on the 2!lth of Tamtiz which, this year, falls on July 9, when the reinterment will take place on Mt. llerzl in Jerusalem adjacent to the grave of Theodor llerzl. founder of modern Zionism. The national Jabotinsky Memorial Committee is comprised of some of the foremost leaders in all walks of Jewish life. Israel Ambassador to the U.S. Avraham Harman has accepted to serve as honorary president of the Committee. Members of the committee include Morris B. Abram. president i I of the American Jewish Commit-' tee; Rabbi Abraham N. Avrutick. I I president of the Rabbinical Coun! cil of America; Comptroller Abraham D. Beame. of New York; I Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of, Yeshiva University; Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, chairman of the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee; Cong. Emanuel Cel' ler; Cong. Leonard Farbstein; Dr. I Louis Finkelstein. of the Jewish | Theological Seminary; Cong. Sey-1 mour Halpern; t'apt. Joshua L. Goldberg, of the Chaplain Corps, USN. Ret.; U.S. Sen. Jacob K. Javits; Label S. Katz. president ol B'nai B'rith. Bernard Katzen. vice chairman of the New York State Committee lor Human Rights; Mrs. Siegfriec Kramarsky, president of lladas sih; Attorney General of New ^'ork State: Louis J. Lelkowitz George Maislen, president of ttn United Synagogue of America Cong. Abraham Multer; Dr. Abra ham A. Nouman. president 01 Dropsie College; Sen. Abrahan Ribicoff; Nathaniel S. Rothen berg, chairman of the Administra tive Committee of the Americai. Zionist Council; Hon. Abe Stark Borough President of Brooklyn Lt Col. Emanuel Targum, Coun ty Commander of Jewish War Vet eians; and Edward Sharf. presi dent of Bnai Zion. Cedars Manual Given Spotlight The American Hospital Associa tion has selected Cedars of Leba non Hospital of Miami "for ;• singular honor." it was announcer this week by Cedars Presiden Harry L. Lewis. The hospital was notified tha it? Trustee Orientation Manual, businessman's guide to how Ced ars serves Dade County, has been added to the Association's perma nent reference library. The volume outlines the trill tee's function and responsibility in a modern hospital, with specific reference to Cedars' policies Every board member receives t, copy of the vinyl-bound book with his name engraved in golf on the cover, upon his election t<' office. Hospitals throughout the natioi, utilize the reference library ot the American Hospital Associa tion as an "idea exchange," > was explained by Lewis. AvUftftJl A RARE MOTION PICTURE... BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE! MMCBW unman HI gs (STAR OF 'CR DOLCE VITFI ) The ORGANIZER I'.V/ I II // J? Open Saturday Morning PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE. 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•—„ inn Page 6-A +Jmls*fk)rkfiar> Friday. June 19 igsJF Italian Parliament Defends Pope Pius' Stand on Jews Present at a special meeting of the Sustaining Board oi Fellows, a newly-formed group of Mt. Sinci Hospital to advance teaching and research, are seated (left to right) Eugene Garheld. Dr. Arthur M. Greene, Dr. Max Sporn. Milton Weiss, temporary chairman. Dr. Robert C. Mcgoon. Larry Kimmel, Robert Feldman. Standing (left to right" are James Ellis, James Orovitx. Harvey L. Salomon, Morris N. Broad. Dr. David Hendel. Jack Waxenberg. Marshall I. Stein. Dr. Richard E. Deutch, Louis Harris. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Hank Meyer, hospital trustees, have been appointed by the board to serve as liaison representatives for the new group. British Catholics Back in Interfaith Unit Continued from Page 1-A volved the collective responsibility of the Cabinet. Declaring that freedom <>f the press and science must be protected b> the >tate. he added that he did not hesitate thai "the campaign against the memor* of Pope Pius was ori ginated and directed toward aims having nothing in common uiih Justice or humanitarian feeling He referral to the Italian con solution which e.-tablishes the Catholic religion to be the religion of the state and to the concordat on that relationship He then quoted from a letter that the Gov crament had pledged it-elf to bar in Rome everything that might conflict with the holy character of Uu "Eternal City." Moreover, he added. Pope Pius was one of the most important fig in of the per irm -in which we Still live and • nds tn the camp.-.. him a par! He declared that an %  Pope l'iu>' reign unformed bj sources but that the | started recently wen tural debate but s tortion of the factha to do with historical which Interpolators hire with party pi political passion. • We indeed see in I: %  gainst Pius XII a col landist purpose of which >enou'aspect, at least | of us. consistin an at partially acquit Nazi-m o nble crimes, making th. responsible." he told P.. ••Irejdj 1 dtholK • tat) "el nly cijt. Is as] • I prop*. I •I misj %  i • %  VDON JTA — British i • re returning to the i ristians and Jews after a ten-year ab.-ence. Dr John Heenans. Archbishop of Westminister and Roman Catholic Primate of England, announced this week Speaking at the annual dinner i : the Bridge." an organization < Deemed with social service guidance which operates in Britain and Israel, the Archbishop I the large and representative feathering of Jewish and non-Jewish leaders that he had sent a Utter to the Council stating "11 invited I •rould join the Council of the JoisM presidents Trie Vatican has been informed :er. he said. This is an occasion when I would like t echo the recent statement of his Holiness, the ope. to a delegation of the American Jewish Committee, *he Archbishop continued. He •hen quoted Pope Paul's statement to the delegation that "no civilized nation can any longer •olerate discrimination against a religious community or a racial group." The Archbishop also quoted the Pope as saying to the delegation "we feel very close to you." He said "I echo this wholeheartedly and joyfully." He told the dinner audience that he also would sponsor a "bridge" scholarship for a British youth to visit Israel. He said his only condition would be that it was given to a Jewish boy or girl. A total of 100 young scholars are now studying each year on an exchange ba>iin Britain and Israel through scholarships provided by the "Bridge" organization, the rlinnar was told The figures were given by Col. Basil Henrique*, president of the organization. Col. Hennques. a frequent visitor to Israel, added that those going from Britain to Israel on "Bridge" scholarships would find that "there is complete equality of people in Israel" a fundamental principle of Israeli Society He said the Br.tish visitors would find that the kibbutzim "are totally classless and that the Israelis have an answer to some the ^ us all." Fiei : ll Montgomery of thit its as given a standition when he endorsed the : ganization's exchange program and said he would sponsor one Bridge scholarship for a British boy. Asserting that he knew Israel very well, the Field Marshal recalled that he had "fought there with the Jews against the Arabs and with the Arabs against the Jews in an attempt to preserve peace in the country He added that he took "great pride" in the fact that "the Jewish Brigade fought in World War II under m) command." Once again our m MAN OF THE MONTH GEORGE BERNSTEIN, C.L.U. GENERAL AGENT i more I led to UOSH to Mr Gere sales force dur i:64 A • pert in all phases .n is a Qualifying and Repeating v MJLon Dollar Round Table, and he also National Quality Award this >ear pre'ess z-3 assis'a^ce *he c a-^tng rout oerso^a and :e contact 220 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida Tel: 446-0538 PROTECTIVE LIFE* •C^ .tMitU-t.i COMPANY r Planning your > vacation here? 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Friday. June 19, 1964 +Jewlsti llrridlirtr Paqe 7-A :i F:i:een tiny tots were "graduated" from TemAlyse Silverman, Georqe Volpe, Eric Berqer, •z'.e Menorah's Nursery School last Friday. Honey Klein, Vivian Klepach, and Martin Rear row are (left to right) Alan Klein, Richard Goldman. Mrs. Nathan Stem is their teacher. V.'enistein, Steven Uffner. Carol Pilzer, Susan Nursery School teaching staff is under the Scrazi, Belina Bejar and Max Mann. Front supervision of Herzl Honor, row are Jaclyn Willig, Robin Greenwald. Jordan Pickets Snub Debate Plan By Special Report M'V. YORK — Pro-Arab demonurators picketed the national [.•adquarters of the American —fl.ii wi-h Congress and were invited S inti the organization's offices to iss the Arab refugee issue. !>i Mohammed Mehdi. spokes tor the Committee on ArabriCRti Relations and leader i the pickets, declined to enter S %  : u'ti Wise Congress House at I ast null St.. claiming another '.. cement. But Dr. Mehdi told -men he was willing to debate question "on radio or TV at time or any place." The invitation was extended Will Maslow, executive director of wia American Jewish Con| grata, after a damn Jordanian natives had paraded in front of •He organisation's office for an I >ioor. They carried sim declaring: "Zionists Cannot Deceive All the People All the Time," "Truth" (in Hebrew and i Enotieh) and "Zionist TotaHtari isnism Objects Even to a Mural." This was a reference to the disI Mi over the text of a mural at Jordanian Pavilion at the d*S Fair, which speaks of •terror's fierce practitioners" using their "gains ill-got ... to disturb the Jordan's course and make the desert bloom with warriors." Last week a group of 12 American Jewish Congress leaders headed by their president, Dr. Joachim Prrnz of Newark. N.J.. defied a World's Fair ban on picketing and were arrested following a demonstration in front of the Jordanian Pavilion. The Jewish group charg etl the Jordanian mural was "defamatory and malicious material (resigned to incite hatred against Israel and the Jewish people." Maslow expressed regret that his invitation to distsuss the Arab refugee issue had been turned down. He noted that since the establishment of Israel in 1948. Arab government leaders had "consistently refused to discuss outstanding differences with Israel*" and that "even Arab bridge players were ordered by their governments so refuge to play against Israel during the recent international bridge tournament.'' Or. Mehdi, who said he was a native of Baghdad and an "Arab federalist," said the American Jewish Congress had a "double standard" of free speech. He Beach Lodge Will Send Delegates i urteen members of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith have i en* named as official delegates t %  the District 5 convention in rham, N.C., from June 21 to 25. I dga President Gerald Schwartz nd National ADL Commissioner I .ml Seiderman will attend the i slave, along with State ADL hairman Burnett Roth. \ Other delegates include past %  esidenti, Irving Schatzman, Samuel Weiner. Jack Fink Gershon Miller. George Talianoff and Michael Sossin. Also president-elect, Joseph L. Goodman, vice president, Edward H. Levin, and officers, Ben Le'vine. Irving Schenker and Samuel Pascoe. The 1965 convention of the Fifth District, which includes the Southeastern states and the District of Columbia, will be held in Miami Beach, Schwartz said. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue INVITES THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY AT LARGE TO ATTEND A COMMUNITY FATHER'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE TO BE CONDUCTED BY RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ ASSISTED BY CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH TO BE HELD SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1964 AT 11:00 A.M. FOR INFORMATION OR DIRECTIONS Telephone TU 5-168 accused the Congress of being "intolerant" and "bigoted." ".Zionist Jews," he declared, "should be the last to persecute people and to suppress freedom.". Dr. Mehdi showed newsmen a letter he had received from George A. Rundquist. executive director of the New York Civil Liberties I'nion, asserting that "the mural, controversial, obnoxious and even abhorent as it may be to a majority of people in this country. Should yet be permitted to be displayed at the Fair or anywhere else." Commenting on the picketing, AJCongress Executive Director Maslow declared: •"While we reject the point of \ view and motives of the Arab pickets, we of course respect their i right to demonstrate and to express their point of view, misguided as it may be. "But to raise the issue of free speech is hyocrisy. Freedom 1 of spech is not absolute. Just as there is no right to shout 'fire' in a crowded theatre, so Jordan has no right to claim free speech after agreeing to abide by the Fair's bylaws, one of which expressly prohibits 'the operation of a concession or exhibit which reflects discredit upon any nation or state.' "Jordan cannot sign a contract to obey the Fair's regulations, and then violate those regulations in : the name of free speech. We beI heve World's Fair President Robert Moses has a responsibility to see to it that Jordan honors its : commitments. "Otherwise, the whole Fair, whose purpose is "peace through understanding,' stands in danger of turning into a glorified propaganda mill in which every nation uses its pavilion to spread hatred and distrust against those with whom it quarrels." Florida Department Jewish War Veterans Elects Ainslee Ferdie as Commander Ainslee i; Ferdie, 33-year-old Coral Gables attorney, was unanimously elected Florida Department Commander of the Jewish War Veterans ol the U.S.A. at the slate convention in Tampa last weekend. Ferdie succeds Emanuel Mandel, North Miami Beach tUneral executive The new state commander is a past president of the Murray Solomon Post 243 of Coral Gables. 4th Regional Judge Advocate and National Civil Rights co-otticer. He also serves on the Dade County Urban Renewal Agency and is president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Among his other activities, Ferdie is vice president of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association, vice president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges and a member of the Board of Directors of the Coral Gobies Optimist Club, Coral Cables Bar Association, Dade County Young Democratic Caub, Temple Zamora end the Coral Cables Citiion's Committo*. i He is also secretary of the Junior Section of the Inter-American Bar Association. The new commander is married to the former Roslyn Frost, of North Miami Beach Other officers elected at the convention were Jack Berman. past' commander of Broward County Post 613. senior vice commander-, Irving Cooperman. past command ei of Miami Beach Post 330. first junior vice commander; and James Stern, past commander of West Miami Post 223, second vice commander. Elected trustees were Isidore Karp. of North Shore Post 677; Herman Sokolow. Miami Beach Post 330; and Daniel Abramowitz. Abe Horrowitz Post 682, of North Miami Beach. Emanuel Mandel was* elected department judge advocate and honored at a commander's banquet on Saturday evening, where he was presented with a plaque, past com AINSLCC ft. flRDIt mander's pin as well as a gift from the Abe Horrowitz Post 68.! and Auxiliary of North Miami Beach. Mandel presented certificates of appreciation and gifts to Abe Marcus and Nat Brown, of Norman Bruce Brown Post 174; Leon Silverman. Hialeah-Miami Springs Post 681; Irving Cooperman, Miami Beach Post 330; Jack Berman. Broward County Post 613; and Ainslee R. Ferdie. Murray Solomon Post 243. The department presented a special plaque for humanitarian service to Dr. Elwood Cecil Nance, past president of Tampa University. The convention took action on some 12 resolutions, including op position to the discontinuing of the i Dade County Veterans' Service, advocating establishment of a State Veterans' Home, calling for prompt construction of Veterans Administration facilities in Flori %  da and requesting a national pro gram to implement the statesponsored campaign for ratifica tion of the Geneva Genocide Convention. 77 OTA RION HEARING AIDS *m,mlr All Mate* WHILE YOU WAIT %  ort.r/., am* M.ld, Imperial Heating Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TIRMS TRADES 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced aa • HO r %  HaW WHIU YOU WAIT Cos* 4 Carry Serving Miami Since 1MS •5 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0*15 SUNSHINE PRESS LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS CHEVRA KADISHA SISTERHOOD CHESED SHEL EMES In order to respectfully mark the graves of departed souls with no known relatives at time of death that were interred in Mount Sinai Cemetery Announce the Unveiling of Monuments on SUNDAY, JUNE 21st 12 o'clock Noon Mount Sinai Cemetery 1125 N.W. 137th Street (Opa-locka Blvd.) RABBI JOSEPH E. RACK0VSKY officiating Dedicated fo the Memories of ROSE KENGYEl July I960 HENRY HEISIER October 4, 1961 GUSSIE ALBERT Aoevsf 3, I960 JACOB KAMN April 3, I960 ISIDORE NELSON September 22, 1961 MORRIS WEISS February II, 1960 BERTHOID STEIN November 13, 1961 ROBERT B. BERN December 26, 1961 ABRAHAH BUCKMAN M.y 1, 1961 DAVID FRIEDMAN Mmy 22, I960 RATf KISS July 17, 1961 JULES KATZ April 17, 1961 MAXIM UEBERMAN August. 20, 1960 FRIEDA POWERS S*pfmkr II, 1961 Friends of the deceased and the general community are asked to attend this tribute to the departed.



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1 Ferae M -Jtmist fhrHbr Friday. June 13 ig^ Eshkol Winds Up Triumphant Visit to U.S. Cantimwd "tj '.A 2 I HR %  : %  : > .a :he I"iat mmt I>rael: Jton %  : •-;.".e-e -pinut ol m the Premier's aj • %  ]. i:>ah and for the stad; | m. the Jewish ci.iliietto. a new re*. He told the group• > Was* on • and a new vital^W *• S !" to help ity." As everywhere in his country ana spoke of ha pri6f store* of appearances, he em %  >' % '" hearing Beta -p* phas.iod Israel's determination en y local children who fo achieve peace with the Arabs. him. • reea Is ... Reds RE? Invitation From LBJ I lirec %  I Ike, i aantn • U >^ :=per. which hare aotk". NBJM with the res%  %  < Ara: : • %  -.;* >*Miea by Israel i ~:--J •• %  %  %  -: :t: .... • KB to fcsh m J—bitd The peacesoesf H i:n> iVut the vgrid wM re* v %  to ttj r-ite %  i • ; %  \* — %  Ma Israel still had much to Po he bele.fd hae g.*en In Los Anoefes. he said such peace was not as remote as is genera I !y thought." Thornu -.; Lot ABfesei Jew* • i a recen b> the Goffer Resigns as Zim Lines Vice President for the State of Florida Crvc'ri'uion Re f ertnce Deleted Continued rom Pie* 1-A r -.. I tee: •. The -i.: eft he i. -• %  %  • %  U in Tka 'eo^ar.urton is as a consequence o* me suspension IH the ftaM 6e9 of crv.se SI -;s *'em P c Ci ports Gi"eex= ned thu exclusive ly i • •--.-"%  rl" • %  ruses I Nr Yort %  :. L. %  • A number of f.. -. c ^ Barbara Sta "--Aitr, r, -.nd Rock Hud^-_£ rw Ike Pretoicf danr._ •. ood loor He invH. I and make : He wai given the key \ %  "•.ere were -.. that deal N; ti*\ ;. I to I : job [ H I Me also said that Nasie' wit "always the first to introduc* mare sophisticated weapons in&f o HH W:ddle East and i~6tz •he hope that the United S'jtes cou c 1 reach agreement •fk, So.ie* Unicn on limiting lh( 'l of arms to the aroa. H'$ efforts hae g'eatly con•:.•••: IMcking the name of Z L -^es we i-knewn to the t-.e "aae m Sov*h Atlantic and the Gulf s'afes • luted Z Lines an hof %  rat •• He told the bit hope• iatenuti • ent there a? ^.reat concern %  ja.i —: i Jewtsh groups tn Rose a*d elsewhere o\er the rtmttm : -. % %  -. I. r — t -1 • resxgcaooa ia N; ': • Superb catering in a luxurious new setting accom • for wedd ~" tzvahs .•'.• part es :; i 3ns. receptions, etc I Foi groupsfrorr l5to 1500 '%  • >es expei enced persona zed Ca Joseph M ;-^j:^' 379 S^-: DUPONT PUZA HOTEL V AV Distinctively Different I • *c -w-^wa-t*. weed -j< -K:\NM g>> t -3-OAS d-d ? -j a : ^-.-. ..a. ., c -*-?--; s-u s.-c---c -^' :-e--s „*^ a-^aev: s"< ct expe-j. V',E *-£ \E\V. DECCXATio •vv5Ci.CN*. :c •..-. i : its-. %  >to tviaa 4M T tto $rm HOTEL %  %  a r-*.dff sr uAi-*^rvjafc^



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Fridcy. June 19, 1964 +Jenlst fhridiktr Page 9-A. i David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Conation, congratulates Bernard Silver "for his many accomplents on behalf of the Jewish National Fund and the JNF Foundation." Silver is the originator nf the JNF Baal Shem v Forest, of which Israel President Zalman Shazar has aci epted the honorary chairmanship. Rabbi Lehrfield also an.;:-.ced this week that, under thf> newly-announced Keren Ocrcth program, on each bi'thday. the beneficiary in whose 8 an investment will be made will receive from the Jew: National Fund in Jerusalem a check for S50, with an ac. ompanying message from the world chairman of JNF. for a period of 25 years. Adath Yeshurun 'Father of Year 1 Men's Club of Temple Adath l i BtQirun ha< chosen Bernard I ..Ik a> "Father of the Year" and ill honor him at a special breakst on Father's Day this Sunday i' 3 30 a.m. Joseph Fields is preslenl of the Men's Club. Kalk lives with his wife. Elizabeth, at 1171 NE 159th St.. and a son, Harry A. Falk. Harry has just graduated from the University of Miami with ;i IHE BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOUiEVAED I MIAMI • FLOHlOA FACING BISCAYNE BAY ONDfR NEW MANAGfMINT WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES AT THE BtAUTIfUl NtWIY DECORATED STAISLKsfIT It A 1.1. BC O O 31 SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS CON r IRMATIONS F.ANOU; • RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS MEETINGS • FREE PARKING • CATERING Package Deaf, Includinn liquor, Cake, Hors d'ouevtrs, Photographer, Orchestra Strictly Koihtr Facilities Available Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. stern CALL SHIRLEY, CATERING MANAGER formerly with Kosedale Caterers Fit 9-3792 • Churches Lauded on Anti-Bias Stand BBA degree and will continue his studies at the University of Florida Law School. Falk is vice chairman of the Board of Directors of Temple Adath Yeshurun. Mrs. Falk is treasurer of the Sisterhood. They came to Miami from Brooklyn nine years ago. where they were both active on the boards of the Ocean Parkway Jewish Center Congregation and Sisterhood. Continued from Page 1-A in developing "without royalty or profit to itself" devices to eliminate shackling and hoisting "an unprecedented contribution." Another resolution described the Lord's Prayer a.s "a uniquely Christian prayer" and warned Jews against reciting it. The n solution said that '•requiring students in public school., to recite this prayer is an infringement on freedom of religion and conscience." In a related resolution, the organization urged the defeat i i the amendment offered by Hep. Frank Becker. New York Republican, to permit prayers and other religious observances in the public schools. Amendment of the Constitution for that purpose, the resolution asserted, '"would open the way to religious tension a misuse of public institutions and irreverence." The SCA renewed its "appeal to the conscience of mankind to help eliminate the religious, cultural and spiritual restrictions which Soviet Jewry now faces." There-olution pledged that "our concern for our brothers in the Soviet Union will not diminish and our desire to build spiritual bridges with our co-religionists in Russia will remain paramount on our agenda." In another resolution, the SCA noted that some of its constituents had expressed concern regarding policies of many community centers anc 1 Y's affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare Board" which "indicated at times a lack of regard for the sensitivities of Jewish religious communities in the United States." The resolution asked establishment of "an advisory agency to the Jewish Center Division" of the JWB matters "affecting religion in Synagogue-Center relationships v • dinners on Friday evening and an The SCA also criticized the practhe Sabbath day It called "intice of some national Jewish com%  appropriate" the practice of call munal agencies "which arrange ing such meetings "Oneg Shabat" unfitting business and communal when "used as a cover" for what meetings as well as luncheons and "is in effect a business meeting." B'nai Sholom Elects Officers .Mrs. Charles Pcrseil has been < lected president of Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood for the coming year. other officers include Mesdames Many Moldoff, ways and means vice president; Seymour London, membership vice president; George Norman, program \ ice president \I~,I Mesdames Ri Hani K n berg, treasurer; Eug ne Roseni erg, recordii rj. William Johnson, corresponding secretarj; and StanlC) Philips, financial sec retary. Sisterhood is planning a card and mah jongg party on Saturday evening, June 27. at the Temple. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Also planned is a family jamboree picnic on Sunday. July 19. at John Birch State Park in Ft. Lauderdale. For Very Special Occasions... jblomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300 .. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For rmrwtfami, call t4S*9T1 • Muimi or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLY WOOD-BY-THE-BCA male it memorable! • •, superb service • •. incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES • BANQUETS WEDDINGS • LL'NCHEONS MEETINGS • COCKTAIL PARTIES Let us show you our beautiful private rooms and exquisite public rooms which include Pompeii, Mona Lisa, Empire, Imperial, Regency Lounge. 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Page 10-A + lem+*tRcrrtt*ir Friday. June 19. Federation's President Frankly Assesses Community's Need: 8 SIDNEY LE = CC lT %  VetidevH C-f' M — %  : %  Two | '.%  • • u>probKJfeAfor neon Mm I told you hat i| ,.-'i<-.|o r.u..<; thp<' o: ladal • tha th:comiriur.it;. %  %  |TM Iron, our growth I id to be Mad) in'! tuned oni> %  r educating mulN to humar. and developing the cor. cicnec to Mtlafj th're need> 1MB recojin./' Hp Trickery Daring the past two yearI •iave followed this line without • leviauon. and. I promise that utbin thlimitof m> power, it rill be followed for another MT. We have gone in for no unel-raising gimmicks we have tot taculonc our campaign af.r*. and we have made no at• mpt dramatically to raise the • %el of giving lor a one-year • nod at UM expense of yean come Instead, we have carried the Federation ttory into home* throughout this community, to younger people who did net knew the meaning of the organization in en attempt to build for the future the type ef leederthip, the type ef under Handing that we rt going to be looking for in the years to tome. This type ef program dee* net produce dramatic resutts, but I can assure yeu that in numbers of new gift*, in nuenbert ef new worker* and in changing concept* of etisfyhg human need, it it the only hope far the future. \ rccaal article in Look Maga .ne. entitled The Vanishing \merican Je-A," has created iuite a (fir in the national Jew •o community, and there are %  IB) who feel that th* frays of he Atiiertcan Jew m a vital foraa ar>' numbered I cannot gifje with thiopinion. We had sane who have •trayed from th< fold; and the jroblem of cultural assimilation iaa existed for centime-, bat the • le.-are to live as Jews always ias and will continue to be the MM important factor in the re • i;tion 01 our Jewish identm. We must continue. therefore. to spur the activities of the oimger people in our communty v.ho have indicated through •heir participation in the affairs •f Federation and Its agencies 'hat not only do they see a future ;'• American Judaism, but that 'hey wish to be identified with i In this changing world, the /sic identification of our faith %  sill remain as long athere are wiling people who have an Interest in knowing about their Jewish identity. MIKI 1 believe it to be apparent that this feeling vlll become stronger and more Hal a force ;i> time goei on in •ur community Review of Developments And now. ai your president for he past year. I feel it important 'hat 1 review for you some of he important developments in •ur community during this per•A Out local agencies have •lone .-, tremendous job in atempting •, nstisfy the needs of bil 'vr growing area with the %  mount of money that has been illocated to them I think it is i tribute to their Hoards of I)i%  ciors and their executive •taffs that so much has been done with so little Greater Miami iMikk Fadaraftcai PresBce=: S:dnev Leicoun, reeiected for his third InOB c: Feeerabo-.'s 26th aniiua] meeting in the Fontainebieca Hotel is shown with Mrs. Lefcourt Icenter and annual meeting Chairman Judge Irring Cypen (right durmg the iest;ve occasion which was attended by some 50C community leaders. T*tr /,:, % f | r beres • llllpllll :ex: of t'ne .'-•.-• die rtctn: it,-:-. —uml saeetmg • kWt Ufeewf Mum ICUA h F ed eratio n • %  ** f ineaedilui Hcu. fa •ddrcti Xf Ufcmin u-h., HUM electee lo m-.-j ajrej *< ptenekwi """* %  %  'u: %  nmmm• %  gur. r. be atead> an: L —— mrrrfr and oVulapmi ifn ctmiotnce I/, aatirf'. • raropHTod The Bureau of Jewish Education, continuing it* attempt to provide intensive education, ha* broadened it* High School and it* edult program*; and thenumbtr of people taking advantage of these program* i* another indication ef their desire to know more about themeelve*. The Bureau hat continued to stress the need for high standard* of teaching among all ef eur congregation*, and I believe ha* succeeded each year in raising the level of education in all our Hebrew and Sunday Schools. The Y.\I and YWHA. with the help of a committee from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, took dose look at itself thipast year and decided that the reflection was not a pretty Me, For years, the Y's facilities bate heea enattractive. inadequate and uninviting to those who wanted to use them, but at. a result of jomt study made by Federation and the Y's. we are going to embark this coming year on a capital fund-raismg campaign with the hope that over a threes-ear period the Y will be" able to develop three new modern buildings to serve this community in the manner in which it should be served less Dramatic Problems We have done a great deal in caring for the acute aspects of illness by building two Jewish hospitals in this area, and we have made generous provisions for the needs of our aged, but I feel that we have not reatfy attacked the less dramatic problems of families and of children. The Jewish Family and Children's Service has been working icveriahly. not only in handling the counseling cases that come to it, bot in attempting to develop a sorely needed facility in this community, a place (There emotionally disturbed children can be cured, instead of ending up in an institution for the cmo tionally ill It i, my earned hope that this program will become a reality in this coming year because we need a pilot prefect to indicate the extent of the problem in this area The waiting lists are long at this agency, and at one time this past year, the Jewish Family and Children's Service had to close its intake because we were not able to provide sufficient funds. But despite this handicap the staff has striven valiantly to serve those who come to them and it it my hope that at the ye art go on we will better recognixe the extent end the neture ef family breakdowns—that we will recognize the condition* that produce juvenile delinquency and that we will recognize that only trained personnel can meet these problems. The Jewish Vocational Service is another agency which received less last year from us than they did the year before. This did not deter them, however, from carrying on ambitious pro jects in their sheltered workshop and in their attempt to find employment for the hard-to-place person. It is not by accident that our government has become. tremendously interested in the field of vocational, retraining and rehabilitation because auto %  nation is making it evident that if we are not to discard millions of people on an economic garbarge pile, we must find something for them to do and train them to do it in the new economic civilation which is developing. The Aged Among l/s The Jewish Home for the Aged ha> its new building completed and is being filled up as rapidly as staff can be developed. We *re giving wonderful care to many of our aged people, but I predict that very soon this will not be enough service for our aged. One of the major prob-J lems that Federation will have to face with the Jewish Home for the Aged and with other local agencies will be the need for' service to the aged in our com! munity, where physical presence! in an old age home will be a. minor portion of the problem. We nave in this area, in all probability, the largest proportion of Jewish aged to the total i population of any Jewish community in this country and we I are heading for trouble if we overlook this fact in planning for the future. It will not be enough to provide a place to eat and sleep for the relatively few people who can be accommodated in homes for the aged. I but the problem of visiting care! and leisure-time activities for those aged livsng by themselves' will become the real test of Fed-' eration's planning. bit. Sinai Hospital this past, year served more people than it has ever served before and cared for more people in its part day and free service areas. I' am proud of the fact that this past year we have worked out a formula with Mt. Sinai where the Federation's allocation will a* : -< :• c 'he freM r\ ..t wt P4t^e=" Emersenc> free and pan-paid Our allocation to Mt. Sinai thi* past year covered only • bout one-half of the co*t of that free service, but we look forward to the day when thi* community will be able to sup por fully the Mt. Sinai charity bill which we feel it is responsible for. The planned construction of a building for the chronically ill to that more facilitiet will be available for the acutely ill patient is the next ttep in Mt. Sinai's record of service. I pay tnbute ot the Council of Jewish Women for their ongoing work in the field of immigration service and servicefor the foreign bom I pay tribute to them also for the tremendoueducational job that they are doing among Jewish women in reference to the needof the general and Jewish com munity I want to give thank.to the United Fund which thi>ear gave us an increased allocation, which allocation is shared by the Jewish Family and Children's Service, the Jewish Home for the Aged and the YM and YMHA so much for the work of our agencies. Vital Message to Us Federation has al-o been busv We inaugurated through the generosity of the Sam Blank Family an annual cultural lecture series thatwill bring to this community each year a person o/ outstanding ability h< bring a vital message to a We have ai-o -t ment and bee, %  gram which, based on • ence of '.'.he.larger i be the key to the tolutioi Greater Miami's needthirty and fort\ vearday We r concluding t $uc cestful campaign, and it mus continue to be our primary aim that we raise the amounts o' money which will enable ouagenc.es to Co the job they are o well equipped to do. know that we are making pro grot* because have taken the positive view that a well.in formed Jewish community witra conscience will provide those fund*. The route we have te lected it not easy, but at we continue to educate our reti dents, we begin to tee startfmg results in the number of new gift* and in the total amoun' of money raited. I feel that we are on the righ' track. We are finding new young and aggressive leadership in every area to help us go for ward These young people ha\ been absorbed into every com mittee of Federation. Including the Executive Committee. Frorr" them come fre*h and new ideaand from our seasoned worker; comes the planning and Wisdom of experience, and from our sea soned workers comes the plan ning and wisdom of experience and by combining the two w. have a wonderful formu 1. for planning a better future, not only for federation, but for th entire Jewish communitv. -V e V. Jewish Convalescent Home of Sonth Florida 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-0491 MIAMI BIACH'S ONLY KOSHU KV9SIN6 HOmi eed HI All H CtMTt* Of FERINC THE NEWEST APPP.OACH •oMfeSli'VZa'fi < r 0 c '' owed to Comb.ne Social. SpT.tuai. Medical Needs of the Individual f.r the Aging. Recuperative, and Chremcaliy in. d tteerfW fw *f Wermf* with fv.r, Ceeve*a*ee faelarf.ag Elevator, Television, lie. IF. n,. S ONEY SIE E... E.ecut.ve D.reclor for th. Aged, Guarantee. 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Friday. June 19, 1964 Vjewistl n-rrinfirm Page 11-A Belgian Paper Says Dr. Mengele Seen' Again in South America First meetinq of the newly-elected Board of Directors of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom is shown at the home of Harold Granofl, 4495 No. Jefferson Ave. Granoff is a vice president of the Brotherhood. Seated (left to riqht) are Leon Unger, treasurer; Louis F. Snetman, president of Temple Beth Sholom; Jack B. Shapiro, president ofthe Brotherhood; Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom, James Knopke, president-elect of B'otherhood; HarRabbi Waxman Elected Executive Vice President Habhi Harry Epstein, of Concregatlon Ahavatb Acbim, Atlanta, • %  a., has been elected president of the Southeast Region of the Kab:>imcal Assembly of America. lie succeeds Dr. Irving Lehrman, spunu.iI leader of Temple Kmanu-El hi the post. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Temple Zion, West Miami, was elected executive vice president. Named to the Executive Committee were Rabbis Lehrman and Munis Chapjnan. Attending the meeting of the region from Greater Miami were Rabbis Lehrman; Norman N. Shapiro, Beth David; Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; Waxman; and Allen Rutchik, executive director of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America. The Regional Rabbinical Assent U includes members from Alahama, Florida. Georgia and Ten vey E. Kramer, vice president. Second row are David Drucker, past president of Brotherhood; Irwin Teplis, Aaron Fan, Walter Lebowitz, Dr. Sanford Levine, board members; J. Bernard Spector, corresponding secretary; Philip Postelnik; Dr. Harry E. Wolk, immediate past president of Brotherhood; Joseph Alter, board member. Top row are Joseph Ash, board member; Jack M. Fink, a Brotherhood vice president; Marvin Pehr, board member. Father's Day Boatride Sunday Lebediker Branch of Parband v. ill hold a lather's Day boatride on Sunday. The all-day function will be held in the Dreamboat, leaving the City Yacht Basin on Iliscayne Blvd. and 5th St., at 9:30 a.m. Program will include dancing, -inging and a series of recitations. Joseph Zuckerman said that Farband members and their lriends are invited to "a full day of sun-tanning, amusement and cultural." Accompanying community singing will be mandolins, guitars and violins. BRUSSELS — (JTAi — Le Soir, Belgium's largest dailj newspap(r, asserted that Josef Mengele. the Ion.; hunted "selection doctor" (.; the Auschwitz death camp, was in hiding in North Paraguay under the protection of one of the most influential armj officers "i the regime. According to tnreports, Men t-ele entered Paraguay from Buenos Aires in October. 1358, and ri 1959 he received Paraguayan i ationality though he had not been a resident of the country for live years as required by law. Immediately en arrival in Aruncion, the report said, he was taken under the protection of Robert Jung, a businessman who made it his aim, immediately after the ce'lapse of Hitler's Germany, to settle former Nazis in Paraguay. Mengele mixed freely with various circles in Asuncion until i960, when Adolf Kichiiiaiin was seized %  ind brought to Israel From ti. •• lime on. Mengele was a Bl man. However, he was not b< lieved to be in immediate thr< of arrest because inextradition might be difficult m view >f his present nationality. it was also indicated thai Mengele might be involved in smut gling acth ities exposure of whi< h could compromise men in high military position and that he v protected by the "Cuchiollcromen armed with knives who pi • tect the security of military chie: •ind smugglers Mengele's security was portrayed as being finally dependent on the continuation of the Stroesser dictatorship in Paraguay. Robyn Tubin Chapter Robyn Tubin Chapter the City ol Hope will hold a brunch in the" Jefferson store Auditorium lfi3rd St.. on Sunday. July 12. 11 a.m. Program will inclu games, entertainment and pri/.cMIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM MIAMI BIACH SYMPHONY PRESENTS 2nd CONCERT, SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 8:15 P.M. Guest Conductor: ALFREDO A N TON INI "AN EVENING IN PARIS" Selections from Rossini, Bizet, Sainf-Soens. THE LANG SISTERS, Duo-Pianists CONCERTO IN D MINOR POULENC Good Seat* Available lotSunday's Concert At Miami Beach Auditorium Box Office JE 1-0477 SI 25, $1.50. $2.25. $2.75 All Seats Reserved RABBI AMID WAXMAN llabbi Epstein has been spin nal leader of Ahavath Acbim for he past 35 years. Rabbi Waxman has occupied his present pulpit tinea he came here from England HI 1951. He is a past president i i the Greater Miami Rabbinical \ssociation, T T fl* WHAT tliftVl* ST? 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Matejka also publicly accused Chancellor p;i aus of not having intervened during the Nazi regime tor a man ramed Staudt, who died in a concentration camp Matejka said Klaus then had the power to 00 so The attorney tor the Chancellor submitted a statement at the trial denying thai the chancellor had s ever been a member of any Nazi organization and thai he could not ba ve intervened for staudt because he had no connections with the Nazis, J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGE NCY INC 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 15631 • FR 7-1671 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M.



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_—. P-ine in.a Pcge 12-A Jewlst. ncrkHar Friday. June 19, 1954 M • •I l > d < r 11 .1 1 %  -t 1. At the annual Recognition Assembly, marking the !ait session of the school year at Beth Am Religious School, the faculty presents a play, 'That Was the Year That Was," especially written and directed by one of the parents of the congregation, Eliezer Greenstein. The retire, based on the workings of the Religious School office and the parade of business that passed through its door, featured standing deft to right) Norman Singer. Jean Probinsky, Priscilla Perry. Bobby Singer, Erwin Marshall, Lillian Ross. Bunny Holtzman, Hortense LaGuette, Carole Roth. Sguatting are Jerome Robinson and Linda Rovin. Not shown is Betty Traurig, who provided the accompaniment for the musical numbers. 5591 Ninth Graders %  r.-^ of the ninth grade at the Hebrew Academy are 1 h: -vr. during one of their projects to rai&e funds for a trip to Washington. Shown front row (left to right* are Thomas Weiss, Marc Sommer. chairman. Rear are Barry Benenfeld and Mark r _r..:r.. Also assisting in the project were Sandra Ehrenreich > ..a Irene Malavsky. Reform Rabbis Study Possible Loss of Jewish Identity in US By Special Report V'RK — Whether or not America's half million ntity ition a maj11of this country's \ ibbis •• the annual meet 11 of tatCentral Conl e of .' .. in Rabb:June 16 2u at the Amba>>ador 1 N J tame t::nr the R< en an 1 %  They r. rabbis -er\ •he 1 %  on Hnd pracGELB MONUMENTS INC. *• Ivery 0r • CUted SeWeffc M40 SW 57h Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's 0l Strictly Jewish Monument Oeoler tiial problems of concern to rabbia and their synagogues. Special religious service* and ceremonies are being devoted to mark the 7. r th milestone. The keynote of the convention was delivered by the CCAR president, Leon l Feuer, Collinguocd Avenue Temple, Toledo. 0.. evening meet Tuesday, June !fi A report on tional activities of the lj as delh < red mi rning by its ;:i. Rabbi Sidnej I. Off on Trip To Washington The ninth grade graduating class of the Hebrew Academybid farewell to family and friend* and embarked upon a long-awaited class trip to Washington, D. C, on Sunday. Plans for the trip started months ago when at a class meet ine students dreamily began to talk about "How nice it would be to take a trip to our nation's capital." But these dreams were soon to become a reality as the ambitious ninth graders got into action First, permission was granted by school officials, and faculty members volunteered to cha| 01 one the trip Four major proji were then conceived to raise the funds. On Sunday. Dec 8. every Acad %  .my ninth grader became a caruasher for the day. Then' cer tainly were plenty of dirty cars and enough anxious customers, but the profits were low. Next project was an outstanding talent show featuring Hebrew Academj students. Professionals included Alan Victor and guest celebrity. Myron Cohen, who was so excited about the plans that he left some spending money for the trip with the ninth graders, 'iho next became candy salesmen, peddling Passover candies. "Unfortunately thai protect turned out to be 1 sour one." the students recall The Senior Class yearbook projecl finally set the ninth graders on their feet, So. with suitcases p: eki 1 and tickets clutched Hi I.' in their hands, they wire on the ..\ V Camps Open For the Summer "The development of each child to his maximum potential is the aim of more than 350 boys and -iris who began their activities at YM and YWHA day camps on Monday morning," stated ller-hel Roseothal, president of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami. "The pn.-rani will provide eight weeks Oi camping experience at home for children who are not yet ready to attend overnight camp or who cannot attend such camps. Through the group work method, under the capable dlrec tion of trained social workers with their Master's degree in social work, all children will have an opportunity to have I health) summer of activity as they develop i..w skill-, learn new ideas and above all. to get along with each other apart Of the democratic practice." These camps will be conducted eight weekbeginning June 15. five days a week. Mow through Friday, from 9 a.m. to I p m. Enrollment in these three day camps is -till going on Parents who are interested in providing their children with this kind of social group work practice should contact the Miami "Y" at 450 SYV 16th Ave. Children between the ages of 4'2 and 12 may be enrolled for either four or eight weeks. The activity schedule includes swimming instruction, athletics, arts and crafts, dramatics, singing storytelling and nature lore. Red Cross-qualified waterfront safety instructors are in charge of each of the swimming pools, and full time arts and cratts specialists arc assigned to each camp. 'Wife Club Wife' Jewish War Veterans All] Wi-t Miami 223. will hold itto. nual Nite Club Nite" on 9 30 p.m in the Tamhorm. of the Carillon Hotel will be used for the An community service progr; eluding the Veteran\ tion Hospital and child projects. In charge of in) is Mrs Charlotte Bed THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NFEDS fOK ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture. (lethlna, linens. Dishes. Drapes, ffe. PLEASE CALl US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturday* Miami Hebrew Book Store ISR4FLI d DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Pfiimoui SHOP S.".in guei SC'-OOIJ a! 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Friday, June 19. 1964 lew 1st Fhrkflati Page 13-A luestion Box on Important Matters of Belief By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why do some insist upon having the marriage ceremony take place under the open sky? It i felt that this is a good om< :i The idea is that the marriagt takes place under the stars SO that the couple may have children as plentiful as the stars in Heaven, similar to the blessing given the Patriarch Abraham (Rabbi Moses Isseries—Shulchan Aruk. Eben Hoczer. 391). • Why is it customary for the groom to offer a learned discourse at the wedding feast? \ number of reasons are adneed for this practice. In the lirsl place any festive gathering considered incomplete without cit Toiah learning This -ithe level of the gathering tMiii that of a gluttonous (east it ol a meaningful and pur assembly Generally, it it that if .lews gather to ite any happy occasion must also display their hap -with their historic culture rah. %  claim that the groom illy deliver^ the discourse nodding because tradition .id down ii|>on one who would %  indaughter unto an ignor man. The groom's discourse ....> that such was not the Others claim it ibecause _nn)ui on liiwedding day is l unto a K i n L; or a Prince .' tt-wra's always the cuMom ol e King to proclaim words "i ihaimiii: his people Inter timj*|s the custom that developed among some people, that the groom begins his dissertation and is quickly interrupted by the audience so that he does not finish it. It is possible that this practice may have developed so as not to embarrass those grooms who may have little or no knowledge of such subjects. Almost anyone can begin—and if he need not finish, no one need fear embarrassment because of ignorance. Some claimed that the practice of the grooms dissertation was an indication that marriage was not to be considered an end to the groom's experience of learning and study Rather it was to be the beginning of a new cycle of study. Study enriches family life and raises the level of the family relationship above the plane ol mere animal life. <• Why do some women consider it a special tradition to rise earlier on Friday in order to bake the Challahs (Sabbath bread) for the Sabbath? General!) speaking, the prelion for the Sabbath was considered t>> be a matter of Tel: cni-i mificance, This is uh.it the Bible meaqt, according to some by such commands as "Remember the Sabbath day." When one has to perform a religious obligation the virtuous manner is t.> •rise early and hurry to keep the commandments In the case "t the Challahs lor the Sabbath the Talmud relates that Ezra, the scribe, had made B special decree for women to bake their bread early in the mornin* ,, Friday because of the fact that the poor, who have to rely upon the generosity of other Jews for their Sabbath needs go collecting their alms early on the eve of the Sabbath so as not to have to violate the Sabbath. (Talmud Bavli, Baba Kamma 82a). Thus the housewife bakes her bread early, so that if the poor come to call for a loaf early it would be ready for them; also that they would have a sufficient time to prepare extra loaves for the sake of the poor. • What is a "Shaitel?" Why is worn? A '"Shaitel'" is a wig. Pious Jewish women wear one because of a restriction which prohibits a woman from displaying her own hair in public. The reason for the prohibition was a matter of modesty in public life. There was a genuine concern regard ing the possibility of women arousing the Instincts of other nun with their beautiful hair. Our v own modern sex crimes required women actually to cover their hair in public, if fhey were to observe the full measure of required modesty. Currently, the matter will now vary with custom—either the custom of the locality, or the custom which the individual woman inherits from her own mother or from the religious community u hen she has been so trained. We will thus find some women wearing these wigs, while others do not consider them sufficient and constantly wears a covering of some sort over their hair. President Eliahu Elath, of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (center), meets with Miami leadership <">f the American Friends of the Hebrew University at a national leadership conference in New York City. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Riikin vice president of the South Florida Division and national board member, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, president which are rising at an alarming of the South Florida Division, national vice president and member of the Board of Governors. Not shown are Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of the Girts and Bequests Committee, and Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, national board members; Mr. and Mrs Joseph I. Yanich. regional director.and Mrs. Edyth H. Geiger executive secretary, who were present among the more than 250 leaders of American Jewish communities from all parts ot the country. Principal speakers, m addition to Elath included Dr. Albert B. Sabin. Presiding was Judge Simon E. Sobeloff rate should be sufficient to make us understand the motives of the authorities who originall) prohibited a Jewish woman from displaying her own hair in public. Some authorities considered it permissible for her to wear this iu >') that the hair she displayed would not be her own. It is interesting that some authorities did not consider the wearing of a wig sufficient and j IQJi '3 ions s< crvices /.\.h: Howard Martin, aon of Dr. Mr*, i ianli I Cloogman — • EtTH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho R.nbhi Solomon Schitt. |) .,\ (-.43 p.m. Baturda) R:S0 ft.ni --— e t-'TH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho a Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. a LTM JACOB. 301-311 Washington -ve Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. C intor Maurice Mamches e BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max -",ipiro. Ca-itor Fred Bernstein. e • H M O S H E CONGREGATION 6X> W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative Simon .April. Cantor Hyman f -in • IS p 111. Be.rm.on Tii. i 'holce Bai Mitavah AM.. BUI • r Mr, and Mrs It u rj K" %  -. • urda) s is : m TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *ve. thodox. Ralph Krieger. secreI ; TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or•••oilo Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky — Bl TM TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave Conierv itlve. Rabbi Max Lip"'it Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen' Turn. • in Siiiurda) i IS ., m B if i,.-.. -,.n ,.| Mi and Mr* Hlmelfarb; Steven, son of ml Mr*, II. in > Bwatl e B .Al RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. ons-rvative. Rabbi Harold Richter. .intor Jack Lerner. IS I'.ni Sermon: "Bringlna. r'a .. Baturda) I Am uwion i|i '-.'' % %  • |..m. e %  'GLER QHANADA 50 NW 51st WANTED HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHER State quaificatiens and salary expected. Write L.G., c e P.O. Bos 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101 CANDLE LIGHTING TIME 9 Tamur — 6:55 p.m. PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeid. Cantor George Goldberg. e FT. LAUOERDALE EMANUEL '801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. e HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Groat. e HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BjINAI, 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehuda* Heilbraun. a ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen PYldaj 8:10 p.m. Baturda) 8:45 a.m. Sermon "The Anomal) ol rhlmerleul It. v ..lillioll" KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seit. • MIAMI BEACH. ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. — e — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeai Weber, man. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. hYi,i;i\ 6:30 e in Saturday 9 :> m — e SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. — e TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con%  ervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. • Fii.i.iv p.m Baturda) S 15 :i m BerI mn: "Hai-ilah'o :i.1 Conditioner. Bar Mitavah Steven, son ol Mr. and Mis. 1 'harlei Roeen TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baiungard. Cantor Charles Keener. — e TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Pi I '.ii s l.". p m will %  In he conducted by IT MaiirU-i \\ Samuel* Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stein^r. e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Copviser. e TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabb Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex ander Cohen. —— e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M Machtei. Priday 8:30 p.m, Sermon: "Like Pather. Like Bon—Tr r PalaeT" Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mitavah Rich ard, -..ii ,,i Mr, and Mm. Qera.li Brown. e TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Priday • p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser mon: "The Loel Commandment — A KM tlier.Day Meaaajce." e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot • %  — e TEMPLE JUDSA. 320 Palermo Ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet. I Friday 8:13 pm fluent spiritual leader: Rabbi Morrla Kipper. Mra. Marvin Uevln will hlens the Sabbath i-an • ii.Hurrj Carney iii plaj the organ. e TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owiti. Cantor Edward Klein. — e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional RabDi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Saturday, vr. a.m Bar Maltvah: Dn\I.I. ..n nf Mr, and Mr.-. Robei i Molko. — a TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16tn St.. Miami. Rabb' Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin Israel Porush. ninth grade student and president of the Student Body of the Hebrew Academy, presents a check to Oscar Mamber, chairman of the Residents' Division. South Beach, and member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The check represents funds raised by the Academy students for the local Federation annually. Looking on is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy. Beth Am Honors Two Groups Here WELL KNOWN CANTOR Baritone, interpreter ef Hebrew I'turg,. perfect Scroll render. seeks High Holy Days or Yeorly Position. PHONE 865-8806 s*^ArvVW\N^\VvVW TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructions Rabbi Morns Skoo. C intor Herman Gottlieb. f i Ida i 1:11 p.m Sermon Vi e Jet* Still in Kxlli Km Mitavah Ro> ol Mi and Mi Leonard last Idaon — e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St Conoervat • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Priday 9:15 p.m. New llwiit* on the road to the Temple will be dedicated. Suturda) u am, Bar Mitavah: Uarj Stephen, eon of Mr and Mis Irving reUnia. • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi Hyman Gross. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. i Priday 8 10 n m, r-ermon: "Return and Rcuppraiaal. UneH Bhnbbai hoal Mi HI. I MiRalph Klin.-, in i ul the forthoomlna inarriane ol the -II. M dill. to Mi-l.y nn Ann Su .tit Buturda) 9 a.m Sermon "Week\ |*oi tlon — a YOUNG ISHAL.L 990 NE 171st St Orthodox Ri Bherwin Btauber ::.• i m sa turdaj v i.h i .,, ..j ihi Week Temple Beth Am. at its Friday evening service at 8:30 p.m. honored two groups: the Temple •hoir and its director, Mrs. Selma Baumgard, as well as students .vho have won art and essa) iwards from the Bureau of Jewish Education during the past year. Included among the honorees A as Jeffrey Rosenberg, who won the Southeastern Bible Contest sponsored by the Department of Education and Culture of the.Jewish Agency and World Jewish Bible Society. Among the art and essay contest winners honored was Marcia Feld, Alice llenretig. Larry Forman. Robin Corinblum. Karen Steinberg, Uarcy Schiff. Jeffrey Rosenberg, and David Shields. Beth Am won a total of eight out of a possible 14 honors, in competition with other synagogues throughout the South Florida area. Principal of the Religious School iMrs. Harry Ross. Members of the Temple choir honored included Mrs. Jerome Anapol. Mrs. Edward Salem. Mrs. Marvin Stenning, Mrs. Ellis Tarsches, Mrs. Robert Grossberger, Mrs Bernard Abbott, Mrs. Harvey Aibel. Mrs. Norman Ashbes. Mrs Marvin FeMman, Arthur Levin. Dr Stanley Wellins, Lewis Gillis, Herman lsis and Wilfred Rose. Mrs organist. Ellen Wellins is the When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calk When your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home, your Welcome Wagon Hustess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greeting* from the religious, civic and business leaders of our community VSJ \£> When the occasion arises, phene HI 8-4994 I



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Pnna in B rage 14-A +Je*istHcrldkir Friday. June 19, 1954 t t < %  I < I 1 1 1 •< *t l< As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Private Hassidic Patrol Has Unhappy 'Vigilante' Connotation FORMATION OF A private radio car patrol bj Hassidic Jews In Brookns rown Heights area raiaea a numt .'i sensitive speculations all worth] : (in e attention bj criminologiats, atu -tits >i Interracial and intctrrtjttfkMU relationships, governmental units and all g ving careful thought about the frictions ol our era. The pai n>l was formed after Jewish dri 11 were attacked in an area close by the border ol the Crown Heights section (Jewish) and the Bedford-Stuysanl Negro district The assailants were young Negroes Man> conclude immediately'that race is the dominant s-ue in tins tense situation. Actually, the cardinal factor is crime Racial conflict is important but a secondary aspect in this highly, important urban drama. New York City registered at 43 percent increase In crimes ol vi< lone.' in January, 1984, over January, 1063. Police officers and the courts therefore have increased responsi bility. The establishment of the Hassidic private ratio car patrol may ease the concern of thousands in the ." %  < % %  -> but it is not the answer to the crisis The answer 1in law, in the officers of the law. in increased vigilance by the law enforcement officials. For regardless ot how high the motives of the private patrol, this constitutes a corps of vigilantes Such a cadre is 111 the tradition ol unauthorized snoopers down a Mood) trail ot American history; and this Is a painful tradi Copifof Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Gone is the 0U Atmosphere of 'Gevald' u ashingtoni T HE REAL significance ol the bospitalit) extended by Presi dent Lyndon 11. Johnson to Prime Minister Levi Bshkol is the norrealization ol relationbetween | the United stateand Israel <; me is the atmosphere of "Ge l! seemed that every Mon day and Thursday friends of Is n el used to fly excitedly to Washington to protest si me anti Israel treachery Crisis situations still Occur. But they are handled more quietly through the normal Israel diplomatic channels. Normalcy has developed because of Israel's consi hdation and increased strength. But a vital factor is the response of the White House. The new situation began developing during the Kennedy Administration. The late President. John F. Kennedy. took Israel's problems seriously He met with with David Ben-Gurion. then Israeli Premier, in New Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Dr. Wise Recalled %  THE OTHER NIGHT we heard %  Dr Nahum Goldmann, presilent of the World Zionist Organi tation and the World Jewish > ress, lecture on Stephen Wise lefore an orgi nlzatiori known as he Brith Rishonim, It is a ivhat' unusual organization have to be a membei ol .. rj aniiation for thirty years • oe aide to .torn, so as Morris Marguhe* etarj of the organisation explained, il you are not already .1 member, join .1 Zionist organization now and you will be eligible for membership In 13*4, Just SIN yean before the LMst century begins 1 imagine Stephen Wise will not be entirely forgotten even then He was a great personality No one quite Oils this void. Nowadays with computers ready to take over, maybe the age of great personalities has pas-ed The age ot push buttons haarrived. Dr Goldmann thought thai Wise was distiu gui-heri by three major characteristics He had a treat deal of pride. Wise's Zionism stemmed from his Jewish pride He had not suffered trom pogroms or the sufferings that hsd turned so many Jews into Zionists. It was his Jewish pride. He did not want the Jews to be the recipients even of the tolerance of others, but stand mar.tully on their own feet. The second notable quality in Wise was his courage While most people shrink from enlisting in an unpopular cause. Dr Wee almost leaped 3t the opportunity to do so He liked the challenge, the resistance. The third %  f Wise, thought the speaker ,'..hikindness This Quality, said l'r QaMmam, rarest to be found among leaders, Dr Gofdmann v>ot:'d hj\e no difficulty, he said, in point mg to the al tins quality in many lea leiMany of them are arrogant, some even contemp tuous ot thi ; ,. but Stephen Wise tally identified himself with his followerand his kind ness such, thai he was apt to give bDnseli to the cause oi a simple person who needed help with the tame lavish dedication as he would to a great To Wise, said Dr Goldmann. the enotgssi ot .Jewish life was important. Zioni-m, Jewish char itv. Jewish education, all were rolled into one in his mind Hu pre*Uge was as great across the seal 11 in America In Poland, in Eastern Europe, so greatly was he admired by the Jews there that they referred to the American dollar as "the Stephen ." Vork Citj In May 1961 A surprising!) candid discussion occurred About this time a change in official Wasl ton philosoph) became discernible To all but some die hard Stati Department elements, Israel became accpted as a nation worthy ol serious considers tlon rather than as a little Near Eastern "Nootlnick." The first tangible indication was President Kennedy's decision to provide Hawk anti-aircraft missiles to Isreal. For the first time an arrangement was made for VS. Army to train Israeli soldiers. Israeli missile trainees began arriving at Fort Bliss. Tex. Another sign of the White House mood was President Kennedy's designation of one of his closest aides. Myer Feldman. to advise him on the Is raeli situation. Feldman made two trips to Israel in line with Kennedy's policy. More recently he Went on behalf of the new Preisdent to help arrange theF.sh kol visit. Feldman did much behind the scenes to normalize Israel American relations. The new approach to Israel initiated by Ken nedy continued in logical sequence under President Johnsoi.. As Senate Majority Leader. John..m was no stranger to Israel's problems. During the tt56-ltS7 Sinai-Sue7 crisis, he led the Congress lonal delegation which interceded with President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to see that Israel gol fair treatment President Johnson lost no time in redesigns! mg Feldman to continue as special White House adviser on Jewish issues, Johnson, as a Senator. even more personal contact with the l-' Arab situation than did Kennedy when the latter served in the Senate Johnson insisted on sti pro-Israel planks in the Democratic part) platfoi at a number ol national conventions His attil toward Egypt's Nasser was formulated during I L9SI Johns,, n promoted New Frontiersman Feldman to the post ol Special Counsel Feldman handles .. Ie range %  ilized duties, Including relations with Congress and Federal agencies His status i> on a far higher level than the roleot tlu pre views white House staff member who advised Presidents Eisenhower and Truman on Jewish matti rs Israel's stature has become apparent in contrast to the immaturity and instability m neighboring states Her progress is v i e we d in Washington by non-Jews as akin to the "miracles ol development in postwar West Germany, France, and Italy The Israeli aid programs in Africa. Asia, and Latin America have won admiration. Israel's pro-West•M Orientation added to the respect accorded her. Vital issues involving Israel and America re main to be resolved But it is clear that the level of harmony and constructive dialogue promote* confidence ,in both sides Similar motivation has spawned the vigilante n Oi the South The Ku Klu\ Klan. the White Citizi ed. the trigger-quick white supremacists are evi enees in troubled states where passions over ran rthe and boil All of us who have read about or been witness I of the chapters of pogrom and other forms ol anl violence are naturally depressed by the offet -. milted by Negroes against Jews in Crcvvn Heights Th e violence must be quickly ended by those agencii missioned by the electorate to curb such ex< bring the wrongdoers to court. In this crucial summer of unrealized demand \, {roes Ol \nien.a. we shall need more than thi ,,i patience ami understanding l'i 1 this ,,,,1, 1 sui md the peaceful March ington I mmor of filibuster and bo by those who cam deepest in their hearts thi racial justice In such a testing time, new l< command as they press for added militanc) mined idealists move with amazing ceura • in) iition V roes an n ore apt to listen to Louis 1 1 Malcolm X than lo the tea Ol I"'." 1 I When Mi Lomax reminds Ihem thai it has .,.,,.. n 1, v %  • \ erica for 300 years 1 thai gang killings Will take place across the n. voice ma) well be mon persuasive than thai Luthci K.ii'-;. staking all on nonviolent resist Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT Money Doesn't Do It 1 Hollywood STANLEY SHAPIRO 11 CS ** coauthor and producer >l "Bedtime Story." the screen comedy starring Marlon Brando. Dav id Niven, Shirley Jones and marking the feature film bow of tele vision director Ralph Levy, in spite ol its multi-million dollai budgel ami expensive mounting costs, it has turned out to be a run-of-the-mill movie. Shapiro, who had collaborated on the AcademyAw.ird-winmng "Pillow Talk" as well as on such hits as That Touch of Mink "Lover Come Back,' "Come September." "Operation Petticoat, "The Perfect Furlough." must have run out ideas when he invented the character of L'.S Fred Bentson given an obnoxious portray, 1 ho takes adt intage of virtuous the romantic surroundn it 1 ntains Brando's Bents %  iuse antt-Amei lid his superficial!) perl ter Mac white in \ Thi eight taste is reached i hi 1 : the use oi his legs ai (smart his girl ai %  • 1 mom > The Go< ring are not witl %  se us nh< -.. the Nazi regime in actio %  Stanley will do better with hiI which he wrote in coll.!'' N Monaster and will produce for I ':.. summer Leslie Caraa has be* to co-star with Rock Hudson, portrayinj ntghter whom Hudson agrees to roi .1 favor to him Arrbut Joel Ratz, executive vice preside Lautus Production, a television subsidiary 1 mount Picturehas announced that hi* 00 completi %  episode each of the TV sei The Nurses" and "The Defenders" in Hoi. because ol a strike by the United Scenic Art. New York -which has been settled in the time Between You and Me: By BORIS SrVMHAR Doubt Now Rising About Ecumenical Direction % HERE HAS BEEN certain dout among some American Jewish leai era as to the nature of the declaratio on Ca th o l i c -Jewish relations which th Ecumenical Council is expected lo adop at its forthcoming session this fall Th audience given last week bj Pope Pai VI tii a delegation ot the America Jewish Committee has greatly contrl buted to the disspeUing ot those doubts. I understand that the Ponttfl was told by me aewgauon that Jewish world expect, from n,,, Ecumenical Council the absolution ot the Jewfrom the Blame of crucilvitf Jesus • %  Morris Abrsm. who as president of the American Jewish committee headed the delegation, emphasized especially thai the possible rectification ot the deteide story has arouaaed keen expeetatka in the 1 • AI I' all cardinals and bishop* in Slates— with the exception of one—are prat nutted to support at the FcumemcaJ Count-:. lion on Catholic-Jewish reUttoaa drafted in aha So are the cardinals and bishop, from Fran,i Germany, Latin American countries and even > Spain. However, there is -till strong opposition to declaration on the part of some Italian bishoprse on the part of some 70 Arab bishops Thi ance* oi Pape Paul VI to the American Jewish tee delegation will, no doubt, make the opponent Side* th, fact th.t the Pontilf sentiments are is of a statement by the Council Fathers condemain Senntism and rectifying the deicide story ,>t



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*>m Friday, June 19. 1964 Jen1st FhrldDati LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ |i If. HEREBY GIVEN thai ... 11 %  i. desiring t" engag i -under Ihi flclitloua name <.f ,\\) > SHOE SHIM-: PA It I .OR at \ \\ 17th Avenue, Miami. Fla.. '. met. i —iii %  l name witli frk ol the "h %  < iit i "ourt ..f I lade • lit), Florida, I'iMKi, CANTY, Sola OWMF I. KWI I'NKY ...!., II. KWilKry .V %  :.. 1 < 1 i ~ M %  • .rti.-> f"i A M| lli.1lit .11 Road '"• 5-U>l9-26 N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63032-A \ UK l--.it. of M %  ;: ST WHEDK. I -. i ea -'-.I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditor* and All Persona Ha> -..mi.-M Oeiniuiihi -Wiulnnt Saul • ... 1 I .'Ihen by notified, anil reiirt-d to preaent any lahtm ,m.l dei ..i l. which you may have agalnnl • -• of \i'i ;rsT WR1SI >B, delate i.f Dade County, Klorlda, • i 'ount) Judgea ..f l >.i,i. Cotinmil file the -.nil, in duplicate and I ilded HI Section 733.16, Florida itea, in their office in th<-,,iin•-. t'ourthouaa in Ueea County, Morrlthli ibt i alendar montha from %  firm publication bereihi asms win h,' barred. I BI Miami, f-1 %  %  i i.i... thia tsth • Ma], A.D 19(4 Kl'RT WELLJ8CH AExecutoi i' i-t publication .-f ihla no) i %  ith da) i.f June, : K i M 1.1.1.1.H ne) foi t;-1.i. %  of Augual %  \ii .i Ave., Coral I lablea, Fla. ,; 5-12-19-26 \ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63353-C Ei | \i VIA i.\ A i.iu;i:.\ri:u., net TO CREDITORS I 11 • %  I -. i 11 fled and re %  l He of \l MA IN \ EIIREN deceaaed %  %  'ount). %  J .1 n.._. ol i III. ll file I il i.l, ,| in .-. i i. -11 Stal In then nilicea h Count) '--iii: houee In I >ude CounF • li I Inn -i\ i all ndau ii ha fi -in i ho inn. uf thi ililiiutlon hen if, or tin.-..me will I rd at Mia m Floi Ida, thla 81 h .,> ..i May, A i. i ...i MARIANNE MllMELZER A BXl I I! I l\ i tal publication .'t tinif.i., on thi 111 da) of .inn.-, 1964 Kl UT \S ELLISCH Atto ii,•> r.-i i:-. i of Mali ma Bhrenfi ... BeCI is.-.I Mil Aim. i la Av< 'oral Uabli -. Pla, • %  :,i Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE thai tinbat i. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 632S0-B \ RE; Batate of ,i:oi(. IE SINCER, l i, leased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS a All Creditor* and AH Paraoaa Hu\K Clalma or Demanda .\uain.-t said -l.it. : V..1I :ir. hereby notified .-mil reiii..1 to present any claims and dean-Is whl.h you ma.)' havagain*i eatate ..f GEORGE SINCEK. de..-••I lat.of Pa.i. County, Florida, the Cuiuy Judgea .'f Dade ounIIlid III.III. MOM III ,l:l|.li.-at. .,11.1 provided In Section 7JB.16, Florida ti -. in their offli ••in the i "oun'iii tl —• in I tade Count) IIN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63261-A In RE Eatati • •! HAN'S II I.IM't.M'IST Deci HNed I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Tn Ml Creditor* and All I -• -.,1 i • tl You are it %  I ..ml rent an mil .1. uianil.• • %  HANS II i.i\ I ••..!!.r I%  i : I.t.i. %  '. %  my. Fli rI I.I. i" tin •' %  inly Sudici • m I >ade County, and file the %  • iluplland .i|.i-"i |d< il In • Ion 8, Floi Ida Stalu'ti -. in Hi. iiot. he t'otini I'nurth Dade Countv, Florida wl ,h ln i in,. ..f the find I'M. .IT .ii if i. ,.i. ..i i ne -..in. n i.i i..bai r-I Dated ..l Miami. Florida, i da) .-I inn., v.li \l \KV \.\N I.IM.ifll-T \ \,|liiini-n .i i i\ publ ation ol thia notice on '.tli da) ..f June, I I.Ki INARI • I! EC.ERT Of MYERS, HE1M \ V ,\ K MM. \ \ Attorney for ^dmlnlatratrix 1150 s W. i-i sir.-, t Miami. Klorlda NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW JCOTICB IS lli:i:i:i:v GIVEN that Mi. underalsned, dealrlng t.. engage in l.u-i: -'.I.I the iiliii'.'iname %  win. I.I: \I\I:I-MI:NI'S at 23SO IV* M ..in I Ii r i Intends to .1 name with the Clerk of • hi 'iiill Court of I lade > 'ountj, Florida. II VRRY X HANK. IFF Rl H1ERT II TR Vl'RIG An..i II, > for Applicant 12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 17T7-C IN RE Eatate of HK>W3E P. 8PICBAJI Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO All riMilitorx ami -*ll Paraoaa Having I'lmiiis or 1..'IIIHIH1At;aiti-t >'aid Eatate: You are hereby nutlfi> 1 and required to in.sent any clalma and .!••in.in.Is vrhlch you may hive aaainst the estat,of '.."I1.-IP sin./ak , Illinois. to the Count) Judcea of I'a.l.CounNo. 63369-A In RE Batata of II IRRY .: %  IRD" IN |.. .,-. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditor* and All Peraona IT..vini..r i \ -i Bald Betnte: You are hereby notified and required t.. i.i,-,iii an) clalma and deiii la *. h ii !> %  ..II in iv ha\ < %  Ho eatate of HARRY GORDON deceaaed late of I>ade t'ounty, Florida, to the i'ounl) .in.in. ..f l>ade County, and file the aame In duplicate and aprut ided In Si i lion [733.16, Florida Statutea, In their of'1 5-12-19-26 t'i. in the I'oiinty I'oiirtliouse in !Dade County. Florida, within sis cal: -n.iai montha from the time of the fir-t publication hereof, or the aame will be barred; Dated at .Miami, Florida, thia 1st .lay of J in. All. ISM. 1.D11S HEIMAN As Executor ..f Estate of Harry Gordon, i N need .MYKIts, HEIMAN A: KAPLAN By LoLl.s HEIMAN Artorneya for Executor 115a s\v 1st street Miami, Florida MHO •; S-1JM9-J6 ty. and file the aami In duplicate and within -i\ calendar months from |aa provided i" Seetlon 7M.M, Florida lime ..t the tust publication h. re Statute*, In lh< Ii offlei In the ("oun•ii. name will be barred 11>t'ourthouaa In Padt County, Klor•'i ii Miami, Florida, Hi nth Ida, thin -\ calendar montha rr.un I June, A I'. 1961 thi tline ..f ih.itr-t pubNcHtlon here\l \l:u: SINGER A .i. %  trlx ibllcalloi li M.l.lSi'll : N •: i: I:. Hi I %  IE LIRCUIT COURT OF THE f, or th< aame will bi b Dal -. .'i Miami, i-" Ida, Ma< \ 1' BTHEI. M.M.I \.\i lllarj i' %  i -• ..... f M iRi> N'-: 1 %  '-%  -'.'> TH JUD.C ML CIRCUIT \1 ANU >H DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6570 iN i.t u IS and MINNIE • MATIIK d E.MEUEN -:i'll K \' kTS, <-t OF PUBLICATION i II I.i .\ \TS ,.. II I ; i-: i i i i ., i.... n 'II In t he al...\ plaintiff* 'I'll. to bi i i. %  ; 1 ..r SHBN \M" MI. i" the pla I thereol i la I H....K N. pace '"' ol 1 %  .i. : i %  • .. %  I proper!) %  ,. being II • .U Itth .-I,. I. Miami. I... M:I. REgl I RED to aervt %  I youi ^n-. i oi othi i I Ml II. > MARVIN [KNKR, Etui., :•:.; Ain.-i, > Uulldti ....... i ... • "ii i the • lei K ..i in. which "Mipl ill I H .11 l„ ..,, %  lie-,' II i.i: \ rilERM \ N 1 y tlMJI BRITK Ml IRFI IRD •i mi,,., I*eput) • %  .. %  io '. Miami I'h, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LLIi NTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-' '-' •'•% %  N CERY So MC 4329 I t KI i -i iltl'i i|( \-i .\ ..Il ultlDA I'lain II vni I.I VMS lelel NOTICE OF SUiT \l A || i trei Low ell, ti "i.. reby nntlfli alaive ... i -• % i in %  %  i'..uit of the I lib Jud for I • %  '•> t" i ill. follow lim dp* ilbeil real pi I,. i if TAY1.I IH M W"i: im t t,. the i ded in llat I'-'I m '' %  i..i thi r ibllc R '' f Dnde ml r lori ta %  -mi t.. plal 'It 'he Clerk ol I. and \l UtTIN FINI Dadi I a Decrei HATED M i) i %  An..i •' i iih i M i.i in, %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3896 THE WlI.I.IAMSniRUH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, va I \\li:> K GRl MS'l'i: \p. .i IIS, il, I .. %  :'• II i %  NOTICE OF SUIT Tl • I. ..'.ii. • i. N, --. -"ii. Ri -I". %  % %  Tn., ,. i %  her f |1\ Ina and II di id, ..... redil Il • %  oi olhei cla in-.innit by, ... % %  ndant w ho may be de %  i s .. i %  %  %  notll .-.1 t hat the .... n in hi llth Ju %  %  ult ..f i %  it) i" .upon the f"lo Inx di %  i n.'.l real pi l...t 32, Him k :: N. IRW %  '. 'I • EH-TH \ I il UTli IN SB" "l"n >N TWt.. ... I the I .ii then of, reih ,| in Plal Hooh 65 .u Pane 109 Ri. "i il* ..[ I lade I'.IIIII' %  •aw to pla Hi II • • ompl ilnl with the i i, ii, ,.i the rori -ai.i Co irt, and -.ii. a cop) i h.-i .-.•:' upon pla \i \ i: i I \ I 'INK, I iih Floor, I i.oi. Eedei Build M ami 12, than Jul> I, 1864, or u Decree Pro Confewao will !>• enj DATE1>: Ma) 27, K II li: VTIIBR.M \N era of ih, i 'ircuil '..uit II) .' r COPEDAND ill \ %  'li rk \l M: I i\ FINE Mtoine) for I l iih Fltmi I inde l. d< rul Ulda;. Miai Ida j : %  l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW i: is 11 %  i: 'i A GIVEN %  II ne of MINIM.' | .1. • %  %  %  F II HADE GROCERY I iRP. v V |t\ IN I \\ IE> \ .nt N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6072 W HEITCHIK ,v SI i.\s. INC a I'. an-* i\ania ..irporatlon Plaintiff, JOBEN REALTY INC., ., Florida corporation, el al, l '• fendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Flrat National Hank of Boaton, a national baklnir naaoclation orRanlaed under the lawof the i nlted stat.s i Federal Street Boaton, Maaaanhuaatta YOU are hereby tlotif|,,| above raptioned ait Ion ha* Mtitiue.1 auainst yon in the Circuit ''"'li'' f ""' Eleventh Judicial Circuit • •f Florida in an.I for Hade County to .forecloae .i mortgage upon the following daacrlbed property: I'areel 1; ]^, t pight ,S) f ,f |:|,„ k Horty-flve (45) of COMMERCIAL SI'liHIVlSliiN HE ALTON BEACH according to the i-iat thereof, re' oi ded In Plal Book I at Page 5 "f the Public Recorda of Dade County Florida; Parcel 2: All of It* riht. title and Intereat aa Leaaee by aaelgnment in .II.I i" that certain ninety-nine year a-made by Albert C. Fowler an unmarried man. ami Dlxlt B, Haydon (formerly Dixie E, Sullivan), joined by her huaband, C. B. Haydon, tile said Albert C. Fowler ami the -ml Dixie I-:. Haydon (formerly Dixie E. Sullivan) acting In their capaoltlea as Indlviduala and a* Executor ami Executrix reapectlvely of the Last win and r. stain, nt ..f ni\i,. L, Fowler, deceaaed aa Lessor, to Martin Realt) Co., a Florida r-orporatlon, as Leaaee, dated July II, 1940, filed Jul) IT. Ii'l" ami !• %  • "i.l. 'i in .... .| Book 2079 at Page %  %  II of the Public Record* of Daili County, Florida, covering the following described property, %  iate, IvIng ami i„ Ing in I "a,ICounl Florida, I.I-II it : Lot Nine .'•> of Blm k !•"• r'\ -five 1 !•'•) "I Cl I.MMERCIAL SIHDIVlSl<.\ i IK AI Tl IN BEACH %  the Plal thereof, i ded In Plat II ok %  II i li. Itei orda of I '...I. I ount) Tos-ethi r nh the nxHllfic 11 I ted A | il I I • .1 Hook -" : at Pagi 127 "i thi P lilt. I.. i Had, I lila Together with all utrui Impio\.in. in.now aii.i | an.Is an.I i he flxl in • Iheti to, and all i enta, Issued, proand profile ncci ulna an.I to a. %  %  .. from .I.I pi • %  .-. -. all ..i whli u li 'l uitliin thi dew • Iption and hub, hi %  • "i Also all gas, *tea wuti r and ot hi r he iting, • refrigeration, llghtlns, plumhin*. veniiiaiine. irrigating and powei B)-8ti inand fixture*, wl i are or maj hnreafti n to ,,i be us.-.i with, in or on sea, even though tin j b. di or ii. ta. liable. v 'i ai •• required to fill -111 1. ewi 1 t.. plaintiff's complaint n iih the 1 "Il rk of 1 he afot. ii.i 1 "ourt, ami Nerve a cop) thereof upon plaintlff'a attorney* MARTIN FINE and BERNARD JACOBSON, liih E, • r Dade I'. .1. il Building, Miami. Florida SS13I not later than July •;. 1964 or a Decree Pro 1'"in..-.-.. iii be entered agalnat you. Dated: June I, 1964, E. B. LEA THERM AN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) lly K M. I.VMA.N. 1 leputy Clerk Martin Pine & Bernard Jacobaon Attorne) %  for Plaintiff llth Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami, Florida M131 6/5-18-19-81 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6068 JOSE NAY MUM and l IRA BCHBVERRIA de NAVARRi hi^^ if.-. Plaintiff*, \ rilU I P RIVER \. IK %  .•! VDEI.IN \ RIVER \. el al, 11 .. NOTICE TO APPEAR Tl %  VI RTFS sl A .1 PHILIP Kl V I'K V. .I R ADELINE RIVER V. ,I< 'SBPI11NK \ i.\ \i:i:z. a k .1 MRS PHILH RIVERA, 1: IOSE RAFAEI %  : 1.1 • s ititis, N 1 i11 .1 1. \ .I>ll MJHICBVIC, "t'nVI KB' MERCI M. VENEZl 'I. \N (' \ %  lion, KLASH EN VRLSEN 6 CO., SCCRS \ .. Vem llll e an.I I .1 M.I -I 1I1--..U ,1. (miivn p. %  lee* 1 Itors, or "i hei H i-e. b) .. nd 1 hrough, undei 01 nsalnat thi %  M. .1 .lei. ii-i all .ih.: partii or claim m; to ha> 1 lltli or Inter. mil tn thi • • • %  ied. Ri alii ii. unkn >w n V. if M:K HER CRY Xi ""i El'" 1 1 •> %  %  mplalnl for Fo e of M011 ii.i* -----11 til.-.1 aRalnsi ^..i on the following described property, to-wlt: L-.t I, In Bio. k IS of K BYS d iN S ISI.ANIi No. 4. ... I'lnif t" plal thereol recorded In P ,1 Pag. 61 ..f the Public K. • orda .-I Dade l 'ount y, i-, an.I \ ..a ari hereb) req 11 irk S M..' HALPEKN, Ivenui New Y,.rk MILTON C. ill IODM \N \. ;.I..I ilian \.i I -ii .111 !'..! ilimiii"! I., nel.. 1..1..-. to-wlt KENNETH HALPERN BARRY MAKE Ul ILD LEAH KI.AI T I RANCINE I.KIIH IFF STEPHEN PERSl IFF KITH ZBLDA HOLD CAR! ILE BLATT MARTIN HALPERN LEAH I.Lir.. .EE IRIS PEltb! IKK Y< >l ARE HBREBY M ITIFIED tin ol W i.i.,u I, 1 Aaaigmnei if 1 .\v .1 and 1 'el II Ion foi i\. '..IIIIII --I. .11 and Attoi ne) 1 • been filed In the 1 'ount) Judgi %  .11 and !• %  : 1'a... County, Klorlda, an j ..II are hi 1 eb) requli--il 1., ... \. cop) ..( your Aii.-.r or pleading 1 ald Petltlona .ii the Petltloner'a al torneya, SIMON, HAYS ,\ GRCNDv\ Lit... :;. %  : Ainale) Building, Mlam Florida, 33133, and file the origin thereol In the office of tinClerk >.. the above Court on or before fort 140) dnya from the first pubiicatio 1 h.-ieof. This notice -hall be published one each week in The Jewish Eloridian fo tour weeks, flrat publication then. I., be May J!'. poll. DONE AND ORDERED In Chum l.eis this Jith day of May, lilfil. W, r. HLANTON Cl UNTV JUDGE -•..1) By: MELBA C. PICK Clerk B 39, 6 :.-i2-i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63342-A IN RE: Eatate ,.f HERBERT Rl IBERTS, I l| .as,-, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 1 Peraona Ha\ Ing Claim* da Against Sa ti You .. %  %  hi ; eb) not I 1.1 and 1 • inir. .1 in pi. ii .an 1 nd di i.an.iwhich you ma) have agultn. ihi atate ol HERBERT KOBEUTs llty, Floridi • .. the 1 '..in ...:' 1 lade Coun ty, and Kami in duplicati am 1.16, 1 I-I i'l office* In ih. .-• li ia County, Floi Ihin aix ... n.iai montha 11 thi time of %  it Ion hi 1 • 1 la, 11 11 ; MERi kNTI S \ I'L >NAL HANK >F Ml Wll I'.i. \. II SHIRLEY BERG AExi .. ill June, 1964 KOMMEL.V Rl NJERS \ %  %  or Kxi. HI %  M 11 P.. ... h, l-la 8 l.'-n.-.'.;. 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60845 A IN RE Bal JACK M PERSl >FF, a k a I \.'. IB \\ 1 II.I \M PERSl IFF UPCI NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ih. • • i,> gi>, n that 1 ha< • filed ni> Final Repi rl and P. tltlon fo %  I 111..I Him I1..1 : 'I,. Ktati I \. IK W PERWihl ..; WILLIAM PERSi 1 and that on thi 64, will apply t, the Hoi Igea of Dadi Fli ..1 1:. i". 11 ..'i I urn -. 1 • .. Mill ... I, i\ 'N '..\1 .AI GRl NDW 1:1:1; Miami 2-19-21



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Fcge 18-A Or SVM/C* nrrVli=*r Fr>d"v. June 19 ROOF LEAK? CALL \ l< I on | o Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^^ ACME • ^ KO I "ho had planas virtually laughed off the -' a demonstration at an d^by an audience of 7.000 stud* pearance of an American Sati :h Berkelej campus who rewere persuaded """'' ,1 '" not to do so by Jewish commun''''"'' :•> %  relations officials. As s roAt the end "f l-t minul I s THEODOAf rtltDMAH ADL Names New Southern Director The appointment of Theodore Kreedman as southern director of ihe Anti-Def3mation League of B'nat B'nth and a member of the national administrative staff was enounced by Benjamin R EpMein. national director of the League, in New York this week. Freedman. who assumes his new duties immediately, will be respon'hie for the supervision of the six Southern offices of the AntiDefamation League. In addit:on. he will continue to serve in his present capacity as dtrector for ADL s work in the southwest, a responsibility he has held since une. 1954. He joined the ADL staff in 1949 nd served as community consultant in Atlanta. Ga.. and direc Of the North Carolina-Virginia Regional Office of ADL before asuming hipresent duties, The new southern director formerly served on the faculty of Richmond Professional Institute of the College of William and and Shrivenham American L'niversity in England. scheduled l&minute speech, the r writ itn qu< lions ii h :.l been lit h> ii out g his esenta n. t'nivi rsity authon• ies '.ad given can; %  :! .... j., at the -•" When the plans of •• students b<1 11 a • IM <••* • •--... 1 .4 • Jt'.' — •—. • -4 • Me wtg "olirui • I0C !.. mum IIICN • ••• • •••• 1 w. • Nl,|



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Mrs. Lefkowitz Attending S gma Delta Tau Confab •( t i Los Angeles and the through 21 ennial National Council Ivy Baker Priest will be honand convention of Sigma ored speaker al the traditional au irority is Mrs. Philip Panhellenic luncheon %  %  f Miami Beach. Mr „ i.,. M kowit/-> activities in Leftkowitz, convention the gorority and the community h.Hi-man. will meet with include regional advisor for Sigma omen Of Supreme Council Delta Tau Chapter at I'enn State. a Delta Tau at the SportsMrs. Leftkowitz is active at odge Hotel in North HoiMount Sinai Hospital and Temple i Calif., trom .June 18 Israel Sisterhood slanders ORT Fetes Mrs. Margaret Stearn the W oman s "World "clewish Fiorj.dbi.an Miami, Florida. Friday, June 19, 1964 Section B \ .ret Newman Stearn was honor at a recent surprise nial luncheon at the Altcl. i Is and member! of the if the Islander's Chapter ol WP in's American ORT hosted .cheon to pay tribute to M-'earn "for the very inter: rogrami she arranged for ..pter's meetings and for •at dedication to Women's \ m • ^n ORT." \\\ Grace Lane, immediate resident, presented Mrs. s i •• .ith a trophy Among those present were Mesdames Leo Gross, president, Maruaret Newman Stearn. Florence Kupperman, living Tillis, Philip Stark. Herman Glasser, Saul Haber. Grace Lane and Jack Vivian. Others attending were Mes dames Joseph Wilkes. Sam Gar[unkel, Joseph Kanter. Earl Gold, Mark Cirlin. William Shapiro. Ben Friedkin. Murray Germaise. Rudolph Kramer. Morris Lipp. Oscar Mannen. Carl Berman. Rose Gorlon, Harold Solomon, Milton I ravers and Mrs. Lilyan Roller. At surprise testimonial for Margaret Newman Stearn are seated (left to right) Mesdames Joseph Wilkes, Leo Gross, president, Philip Stark. Margaret Newman Stearn, Saul Haber, Grace Lane and Lilyan Roller. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Irving Tillis. Joseph Kanter, Ben Friedkin, William Shapiro, Murray Germaiser. Florence Kuppeiman, Rose Gordon, Harold Solomon, Oscar Mannen. Morris Lipp, Rudolph Kramer, Milton Travers, Sam Gariunkel. Earl Gold. Mark Cirlin. Jack Vivian. Carl Berman and Herman Glasser. URDINE'S ARCAiN %  DM now in 0 right are Margaret Newman Stearn as she accepts a trophy from Mrs. Grace Lane, immediate past president of the Isic.-.der's Chapter of Women's American ORT. The award tie: Mrs. Steam for "Outstandina Achievement" in arranging most interesting programs for the chapter, which resulted in very large attendance. J by ISABEL GRCVE • and Mrs Ralph (Phylis) Ja< MHI ate visiting hiN par ii li. and Mrs. Irving Jac ob: of 435 SW 19th Rd. lr\ md Jean are thrilled to iee ipla, as well • %  their two lildren, Laurie Ann 6 me • .-. and Michael 2Mi Dr. J in, a captain in the IS \ nee stationed at Pease \l I 'i New Hampshire, is a •e ol the Baltimore Dental Sch and planto practice in Mi; after his discharge ind Mi> s.iul Heilperin art i if to New York and sight- %  < then He's past preside • .1 I he Dade County Phar maceutieal Association From Gotham, the Heilperins will embark on a study tour through Fur • • • Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Trattier, of 2535 SW 31st Ave.. were guests of honor at a party celebrate g their 50th wedding anni verbf.:y, with members of their Miami family and friends joining in the festivities • They feave for New York this weekend, where they'll be feted by their northern relatives The couple are the parents oi Jeanne Trattler, who recently was installed president of the 52 ASSO nation Ol Greater Miami. Card from Trudy Hamerschlag in Hong Kong reports thai "the ce is fabulous and beautiful," and th it Tokyo "is very oriental and interesting" By now. Trod) should be on the nexl leg ol her tour—in Bangkok Joining the trek to the World's Fair are SUSSD Zipp. Mem. Mike and Elizabeth Blocker Susan is visiting with the Blocker rhil dren's g rand mother. Mrs. Jack Heilweil, of Lon Island She's the daughter of Edith and Monroe Zipp Marcia and Irv Blocker are parents of Men. Mike and Elizabeth Men Continued on PQ J-B progress at all six great stores ... HURRY IN FOR EXCITING VALUES FOR YOU, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR HOME ... inchvn* fexslnons BURDI N every floor, every department is buzzing with bargains even easier-to-own with Burdines credit! DOWNTOWN MIAMI 163rd STREET DADEIANO FT. LAUDERDALE MIAMI BEACH WEST PALM BEACH I ___



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Fog* 2-B +Jeihe could iance and sing in a high sweet • oice And she • :>rave One day. she heard great excitement outside the courtvard She ventured forth There JO the street, she found a group -A children teasing an odd-look.nsj fellow He had yellow -km and pigtails, and as the pnn-vatched. he began chasm* his tormentors with a hot iron The children scattered Then he -tarted atter the princess She ran FinaHy. -he found herself :n a narrow alley at the end of which was a single black door What wa< behind if Where M*S. HCMKNCf HQt tfc umiptclti Kinneret Chapter Donor Luncheon Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi of Mizrachi. and words of thanks en s Organization of Amenca for cooperation received dunn: its annual d'>nor luncheon her term of office were given by :unday at the Starlight Room of Mrs Donald Schrager. outgoing the Bi-cayne Terrace Hotel. president Theme of the day was You Entertainment was provided by -.ed Your Heart to Others'" Napoleon Reed, well known lil The luncheon was held in appreof Calypso music Mrs Theodore -• r. of those members who have Sakowitz was chairman of the day given their time, effort, and with her committee of Mesdame< %  y to raise funds to support Irv:-_; Block Martin Hirsch Irv•he many projects of Mizrachi in me Schwartz, and Harold Zelko-ra-: witz Highlight of the day was an —" ird presented to MisE-ta Karpel! "for Otlts -sice the orga: Words of me wer. V.fred store. Southeastern coordinator -JW it lead to" Aihe had r pur-.<: "he slip, there wanothing to prevent her from makinz her way back to safety %  f her courtyard But the door -.ore. not to be denied 1 am a princess.'' >he told her-e!f 1 will nr example, the conduct of some unite people detnonstrating for the continued subjugation of their fellow citi%  Visited Israel I-. 1961. Florence Pick visited Israel "I didn't like the antiAmencan attitude of some ol the young people there said Mrs Pick And I didn't like being told ; h il ail the American Ji M does for Israel it mone> while the Israeli fights i r the Ian I Bui 'he Israelis are a wonderful audience At the concert in Haifa, you could hear a pin drop and no one left early like the) do in Miami Florence Pick has never be longed to any Temple. "I believe in Cod. and I don't need a btnldinc in vhich to worship Him. and I don't need tions on how to But being a Jew U to me.'' Today, alone in V the public e>e than be. Florence Pick roanded by the men-' qu.red in a lifetim. and involvement with is active in the Club, is a director of • cian Club and workPigW for Sight Leagni All-Miami Youth SymphoShe al=o keeps her-elf t being hospitable to for.;. dents and visiting d She iparticularly mtereyooag people trymg to their wa. in the music And she is still eager to any d' by its. %  d ii ~ake rid. per. • the Temple Judea Cotillion Classes Complete program oi graces for the vouth of | Judea ha 5 already been (• ed, according to cotillior. man. MrAlfred Swiren I i.-.n and Douglas Howe an appoii ted cotillion d. for the -i .,-1. n of 1964-63 ell ia physical edneal %  %  d has been special (la m social %  i MrSwiren will be aIhe coming year by Mrs .. Ue:l! MrDonald Banetl chairman for the seventh and Mrs Sumner Slater icochairman fur the eighth gr Cotillion classes will begin in October, with classes held on Thursdav evenings. BB Women Meet Tuesday Two important ••. : r B'nai I D of Paid-up mi %  held at 11 M %  m at 2155 Coral i all mah %  Mrs -ed. is Mrs Arhapter MrHilda ere Mrs Irving Schwartz I vice jnd Jack G: ber co-cbair• In -.-1 %  ckDorot ttman and en Zwig NEW 6co !" KRAFT WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES THAT SPREAD LIKE 1 CHIRM! THE Takir.i -. Lazar. witltastritastef-ctu'm! Asthma Council Installation Held M "was the Sou-.Flor l*ts Asthma Re-eaDer. Jar-. M-Irviai •-: .malay an/j reservs%  t.-e with her a* eii as Herbert Other offkeis installed -ere Mrs Robert Herbert vice pres: -• Mrs Albert Dubler. treasurer .'.: iry Prchapters ire Mrs aid :.. Iran and Mrs. Sam H WHIPPED TO FLUFFINESS SO IT SPREADS EVEN WHEN REFRIGERATOR COLD! with uviry Miens! Midi rippy piacitfl! with spicy ta'am Wicatefiiatflainfflmr • NOW IN YOUR GROCER'S DAIRY CASE It just iwiabes onto bagels, bread and crackers... right from the gerator: And this delicate, fresh-tasting cream cheese comes •'straight and mixed with the cheeriest other ingredients! For wonderful new party sn: I bagel treats...pick from these five in b '/• reusable aluminum bowls. • O CFTTlFiED KOSHkR S %t cliiitan ma 1. M. Charlop



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Friday. June 19, 1964 +Jenlst Fhridi&ri Page 3-E A poinciana hat to go with the winning Royal Poinciana tree al the Jewish Home for the Aged, 151 NE 52nd St., is the creition of Mrs. Sam Resnick. 5225 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, aoard member of the Home in charge of landscaping. With her in front of the tree is Judge Irving Cypen, Home president, of 320 W. DiLido Dr. For the second time in four years, the Home's Royal Poinciana tree won top place in the Best Tree Contest of the Miami Beautiiication Committee's fourth annual Royal Poinciana Fiesta. Home Auxiliary Plans to Mark Father's Day (Ircater Miami Women's Auxil. ry, Jewish Home for the Aged, ill honor residents of the Home i a Father's Day party on Sunlay beginning at 2 p.m. In the absence of Mrs. Law•cnce Silverman, president of the Nuxiliary. Mrs. Sol Silverman. Honorary president, will give the :ni'ssage of welcome. Also honored will be Mrs. Jack Kntine. of Miami Beach, who has oeeome well-known here, as well as in St. Louis and Chicago, for her philanthropic, civic and educational endeavor. Mrs. Frances Makovsky. program chairman, and her husband, Louis, will also be celebrating iheir 41st wedding anniversary this week, %  •nd special honors will i bestowed upon them at the Sunla) event. Irving Pietrack, orchestra leadand composer, will offer a program of folk songs. To be heard n the program are Lotus Makov k\ and "Twinkle Toes" Candy otten, and Lori Sonz 5, will be -' en in a special dance performi nee. In charge of reservations to the .•Hair is Mrs Anne Tancnbaum on in law. Joan and Ronnie Levin Son Harold, a junior at the University of Florida, is sailing June 26 on the SS DU Isabel L^f )X J rove Israel to spend a year at Hebrew 1 niversitv under the auspices Of the American Friends ui the Hebrew University And Barry will leave Gotham Town on June 23 to spend the -ummer in Camp Blue Star in HendersonviUe, N.C., as a counselor trainee. Barbara and Herman Kellman are back from a cruise on the Ariadne, which look them to the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Barbara vu delighted with the change of pace, saying that there is nothing so relaxing as to sit am' watch the waves go by "Kelly" was associated w it* Tropical Park for many years, and is now in the construction business Both he and Barbara returned from the cruise with such pleasant memories that they're ready to go off again. Eve and Terry Sponder guests ol honor :•! a recent bon voyage luncheon in the Roney Plaz Cafe Jardin Suisse hosted b) Mrs Jack Silverman, Mrs, Hai net Konhauser, Mrs Henry <;• %  wit/. Mrs Murray Alman an daughter-in-law, Mrs Daniel A • man, and Mrs Harvey ErsOOV sky ... %  The Spenders left Miami Beach for New York on Wednesday and sail lor Europe aboard thNieuw Amsterdam Twent> four friends, in addition to th; hostesses, gathered to wish th< Spondeis a sale tup to the coi tinent Tour alluring lure-a. and it was off to the Playboy Club on Wednesday for South Dade Lodge of B'nai B'rith member -hip's dn\e Using the famef bunnies as an attendance get ter — and they got —Seymour Drexler, program chairman, attracted one of the largest mem bersbip prospect contingents in many a day. Mrs. Zipp Will Instruct in Charm Edith Zipp has been appointed charm instructor for the countywide Community School program. ^he is one of five specialists who %  MII participate in the summer (creation program. There are ten schools on her itinerary, two schools per day. Irom Perrine to Miami Beach, and hen to North Miami. The pro -ram adds specialists to the regilar summer activities, and is it of the Dade County School -tern. Mrs, Zipp plans to complete the -harm course with a fashion show n each of the participating schools. She is fashion editor of I he Jewish Floridian. GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees In Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations-constant In giving joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular in 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant In 2, 6 and 10 oz. jarsGood to the last drop! '* I* I *-!*<" Farband Plans Annual Picnic Chaim Weizmann Branch of irband will hold its annual pic nic on Sunday, 11 am. at Greyolds Park. Members and friends will 0CIP) the Log Shelter in the North \n,i on 22nd A\e and NE Mth St. Varon Kit*, in charge of ar ementi together with his mittee, has planned a day of fun to Include games, communit) ag and COld drinks lur all INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE KOSHER-PARVE Csrtlfltd by RsbbJ HWMH Kohn Fine Products of General Foods



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Page 4-B *-JeistFkrkfian Friday. June 19 <^fn the r^cah nt o >f 4^ociety Miss Kleiman Weds Dentist Beth David Synagogue was the letting for the candlelight ceremony uniting Adel E Kleiman and Dr. Harold B. Levine on Saturday Evening. June 13. Rabbi Norman Shapiro and Cantor William Lipson officiated. Parents of the neulyweds are Dr and Mrs. Morns Kleiman and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levine. both of Miami. The bridal sheath of floorlength peau de soie had a front panel of lace trunmed with seed pearls and a three-quarter overAirt terminating in a chapel train trimmed viith lace and seed pearls and st>led with a heartshaped neckline, and long tapered sleeves vita white appliques. The bride's veil was a long le mantilla --.1 '. H Ct naad .-.._.-. uried a :' ttaeaed 1 %  Lang ide's Elise W > f SS. HA80LD 8. UVIHt %  .. %  : Dr. Levin --x-iated with the W< -: %  I 1 rer i • % %  satin 1 carried at 1 S :• ;randpreda. Flou' %  Mr and Mrs Alex S Gord Mrs. Levtae it a pa* ,.N N ,. ~ _e of Virginia Ian, to Selby Leitess Now Mrs. Fagan Selby N. Leitess and Peter Fagan will live in Chicago. Ill The couple exchanged wedding vows in 8 p m. rites on Saturday. June 13. at the Roney Plaza Hotel, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leitess. 4140 SW 13th Ter.. Coral Gables, formerly of Baltimore. Md. The groom is the son of Mrs Selma Fagan and the late Howard Fagan. Miami Beach, formerly of Chicago. Matron of honor for her titti :nlaw was Mrs. Earl Leite-Best man was Dr. Lewis Fagan I'sbert included Earl F Leitesi the bride's brother, and Victor St and. For her wedding, the bride chose 3 white peau de soie • •rain \ %  -. stem High S ttei I 1 senior : : : Miami Delegates Off to Confab In Durham s N.C. The 24th annuai District 5 B'nai B r •w n iu t ^M i%n K • MBS. PITIR fACAH Heller Firm Named %  : I %  %  ntion 1 • 14 be held from June :; to 2: ,• th Jack Tar Motor Hottl in I irhja M C. Delegates from tht Miar Chap. ters are getting ready tc atttal the session. District 5 c• g, v tn. and installation of r v distnct officers will tike pi On Wednesday. Flaauh( ter hold its ragate me .> the Skyways Motel PrOj the evening was presence Bill Tei K How V Soui %  % %  annual • -• • %  : Virginia Gordon's Wedding Told %  I Dade C .tad reSB• a graNew and delicious! 1 ILNO KOSHER U K rds. son of Mr and Mrs MeJboarae I %  T \ Tfcnber I T% Ral %  .' lian E I S %  %  • 1 is -. w ill res l 1 s RsrJaai a re" • [Revere Matt newSLICED PASTRAMI • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Oiicoc w m> tetvc* *18T N.W. T0*A iVIWf oi -?e FR 1-4551 Technion Women Planning for Fall : BMetJaf nrenj -: the Greater Miami Chapter of the Waaaaa'i D:\:>ion of the American Technion Society in the DiLdo Hotel Plans ere formulated for two opening affairs of the chapter this fall. On Oct. there will be a membership tea at the King Cole Apts I on Oet the chapter will hold its first general membership r-.eeting. Report was given of new memN who have joined the organithe orgamzat. Jig for the season in A; noted a Technion's Xh Hte coatr t>a that This exeeflei of engineer.ri has made la tre •: LZ-.a %  '. :-ra\ Summer Games Parlies Chapter %  i games parties on • II Ife-saveF Saves time, saves trouble. Sure. And no guilt feelings about opening eans. How could there be, when not even von (great cook that vou are) if you were to spend endless hours (that vou don't have) could come up with so tasty a vegetarian dish? And >o protein happx ? Once a week (at leastfniake it StainpOut.NetcIle^^^tirLrrtnt^our.raniilv.Right-Night ...-erveVm Heim (Hcfally) N-r.ariau Koohftf Bean



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-, Jur.e 19, 1964 Jenist Fhrkttari Page 5-B MRS. HAROLD MALIN Arizona Home For Freedmans In Marsha Wolf and Richard Scott Fritdraail were married Saturday CVMling, June 6, at the home of the bride's parents by Kabbi Leon Kronish. A reception followed in the Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Raymond J. Wolf, S443 North Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. She attended Miami Hieh School and inow Studying at the University of Arizona. The troom ithe son of Mr. and Mrs David Freedman, of Brookline, Mass He is a student of the Universitj of Arizona After a honeymoon at Cape Cod. the couple will live in Tucson. An/. Double Ring Rites For the Matins in ;i double ring candlelighl ceremony on Sunday, June 14. Miss Sandra Juan Schcrzer became the bride oi Harold Martin Malm. with Rabin Herbert Baumgard oificiating The 7:30 p.m. rites took place at Temple Beth Am. Tlv bride i^ the daughter <>i Mrs. Albert Jackson. LOO S\V 54th Ave and the late Samuel Scherzer, The groom's parents arc the George Malins, 88! l SW 52nd St. Decor of the wedding was carried out III pinks and greens, Matron of honor was Mrs. Sheldon Mas.'I Marl. Pc I'nlans was bridesmaid Mam of honor was the groom's sister, Miss Sharlene Malm Best man to the groom was Richard Epstein, and ushers included Jerry Polans and Sheldon Masel. | For her wedding, the bride selected a traditional wedding gown, with floor-length bodice reembroidered with pearls, sweetheart neckline, long sleeves to a wrist point and bouffant skirt of imported organdry and lace panels down the front. The gown also featured three tiers of lace down the back, and ;' four-tiered French illusion veil fell from her headpiece of pearls and crystals in a petal design. The bride carried white orchids en a Bible borrowed from her cousin, Mrs, Herbert Bernstein. Newlywed Mrs. Malin is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and will be a senior at the University of Miami, majoring in medical technology. She was sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Mu and Rose Queen of Delta Sigma Pi. He husband is a graduate of Miami High, received his BA degree in accounting from the University of Miami, where he was; president of Sigma Alpha Mu and I Delta Sigma Pi, lie is vice president Oi Merchants Credit Bureau ot Miami. Reception and dinner followed at Temple Beth Am. PUkington MRS. DONALD SOLOMON Solomons Will Live in Hollywood Following Rites Joanne Toni Feld became the! bride of Donald Solomon in wedding rites on Sunday, June 14. The bride is the daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feld, 4916 Buchanan St.. Hollywood, Fla., formerly ot Miami. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Solomon. Newlywed Mrs. Solomon is a, graduate of the University of Miami, where her husband is now a student. Following their wedding trip to Mexico and California, the couple will be at home at 3700 Polk St., Hollywood. Chantilly Lace For Miss Kurtz Judith Lynne Kurtz is now Mrs. Kenneth <;. Fleisher. The couple exchanged wedding vows In West rooke Country Club on Sunday, June II. at 5 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro. 2311 SW llth St. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Fleisher. 46 Samana Dr. Matron oi honor was Mrs. Arlene Kurtz. Bridesmaids included Marcia and Bernice Pearl. Lorraine Schwartz. Linda Sunness, Lucille Scioscia and Arlene Grossberg. Best man was Richard Fleisher. Ushers included Neil Schafel, Alan Schemel. Henry Kurtz and Martin Kurtz. For her wedding, the bride chose a full-length gown of chantilly lace and silk organza. At the University of Miami, her sorority has been Phi Sigma Sigma, and she was tapped for Kappa Delta Phi honorary. She was also a U of M hostess'. The groom is a grauuare of the University of Miami, where he [ was affiliated with AIIE. His profession is engineering. Reception followed at West-, brooke Country Club. After a honeymoon in Jamaica. the i couple will be at home at 1414 So. Dixie Hwy. CORAL WAY Better Hearing Aid Service 3131 CORAL WAY Phone 445-6822 LOW PRICES ON ALL HEARING AIDSI ZENITH FIDELITY MAICO TOSHIBA 20 OFF on Batteries — Repairs Ear Molds — Accessories OPEN EVENINGS Mon.-Tues.-Wed. until 9 P.M. Werner-Kahn MRS. KENNETH ELEISHER Share Apartment FREE OF CHARGE Jewish lady will share her efficiency on Beach with %  Kosher woman, free rent. No duties involved. One-half block from Ocean. Near Synagogue. Call Mr. Gilbert, FR 4-4733 V^VVAVAVVVVVV 1 A^ MATURE LADY wants sleep-in housekeeper, six days, lovely apartment, pool and fine location. Call JE 2-1301 City Unit Honors Mrs. Berger VIN Berger member I th l'..'. I Sisteri; inored by the of Mian tification Comec i' %  sen u e ,ichair Poinciana Fiesta June T Ber med -> Roy adj i Poinciana ;it a l', yfronl p. ndshell. Others named weie Urs li nry L. Bal iban, Mrs Pit:-. .Mr-. E Y Jones and \i ll> Turner. Named Knights "1 the P ciana were Lew Price, J:im<'> Ilii' tun. Glenn Whittle, Tim Sullivan !•.! Berl Dubbin. Sid Levin sen • ii as WK \T contest editor for the coemmittee. Chair Company Moving The King Arthur Chair Co Hialeah, will move into ;i new building thK month ai 5501 NW 36th Ave. li -.'ill In' an expansion move mr the firm which iowned by 'Art Brum and An Schaffel. i i that the number of pmployees would he doubled ami mpany would now have 12,; ft • %  riui rasr,\\n II S ALL YOURS FOR ONLY s \l I. ROOMS! Race it |'frr pi rson, double i and includes I >!. I, ".' nights and 1 magnificent dinners and breakfasts. No charge foi yout children it the) share the am< room... and ool) $-75 pet day pet child tor breakfast and dinner! 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I • -, ?3ce b-d ** %  <*# FlrrHfor Friday. June 19 ;qc. ... ^^fboitt people ana places ... -OUR NIECES. ONE AUNT Rud> Colin had a luncheon m heMr? Aaron Blum > Dtnhca> %  _r> hair was highhher print "ess and deep purr out the t^;.. :!.-. Dcral r.gbt and £ay a> Mr? Bauer. Mrs Albert Levi and Mrs Louis "ed the birthday ,;. aunt to cper The up north' fan-....• t_r? ha\e beer bum ins as the four md their I reminisced %  • THE LUAU THAT WAS It s gettms to be an annual affair at the Lotus Adjer bouse around this time of year — an authentic Hawaiian Luau Joste Hist relaxes, and her husband plans the uhoie affair comp*et< with a band, real Islander^ to sine and Luana to do a hula dance. uh the audieoec gettii .. into the act of course The weather *a> delightful Arnold and Barbara helped their parents in presenting guests with lovely leis The band ; layed Aloha to welcome the guests and then played it later on to speed them on their ay Spotted am I _.-> crowd were EJair.e Shil J id Louis G ^rtine -ence and H^rr;MarkEddie Cohen. Fratskie W. berg Dr and Mr* Hj Kaiz. Car.tor and N'atalie and Art Kalifih. B artz Simmic and Paul Barnc" and Una and Le-.ie Bukstel. GOODBYE AND HELLO B and Mrs Harry B SmUll • • a STRICTLY RELATIVES Jackie Mrs Bart' Cohen had a bridal lunch eon a: the Dupont Plaza far her ne sister4n-lawto-be Roberta Trauman. daughter of Mrs Frances Trauman uho will marry W ilium Cohen. %  M of Mr and Mrs. Ha raid Cohen, on June 21 in New York City The luncheon was attended %  •my by Cohens Rubins. Wolfe*. Blums Trauman; and Bretans Family' They toasted Ro bcrta with champagne and played "Bri go it wafun with tola abou' New York ir. June Most of the -• WINED AND DINED A vacation is fun but it's Moilie Siherman. who jaat re %  rned from .: six-wc %  | (band. to their hometown T"iedo. jut • attend the donor luncheon of the Home for I itarted 18 year as — Frances Lehman Young Women's Division of CJAppeal Names Mrs. Richard Brickman Chairman "rd Brickman ha> been ed overall chairman of the W %  Division of the %  Jew -h Appeal icluded Mrs Inez Sirs Benedict SilverU Mrs Albert Delude Mrs Howand MrD Law%  Sherman. Pace Setter? Din chairmen Mrs William Bal Harbour Has New Association The bu-iness leaders and re• trt hotel owners of Bal Harbour ra\.' announced the formation of W Bal Harbour Reson Associat on rter members of the group include the Americana. Bal ILrBalmoral. Beau Rivage. HarInn, Ivanhoe. Kennilu-orth nri Singapore Hotel; the Harbour Apartments. Coma National Bank. Medallion Tours Bal Harbour Shops ncers are presnt. L vice president. '•'• L -•:•-. How. I %  Vim and alternating treairer. Abe Stein Einder and Mr* Howard Trinz. No Minimum Division Chairman: Mrs Philip Bloom and Mrs Rob ert S Education Chairmen; Mrs Mar T... secretary; Mrs Daniel Frar •-. %  •.--..\ the year %  >• totes aferryn Fmmkes. Mar Harris. S : Ber.e• Siherman. Harry B Smith and Albert Weintraub. Member* of the board will include Mes d an e i L Jules Arkin. Howard Ayares, Marshall Berk sen. Lame Blasberg. Stephen Carner. A Jay Cnstol. Jack Davis. Edward Eisenberg. Richard Furman. Mellon Getz. Arthur Gilbert. Stanley Gilbert. Howard Katzen. Robert Kriczman. Henry Lacdy. Harry Levy. Bennet Lifter Richard Utt. Harvey Miller. S Ronald Pallot. Lloyd Ruskin. Jack Sandier. Gerald Schwartz. Myron Singer. R'.chard Stone. Robert Iraurig. Harold Unger and Henr> Wei.Nominating Committee for the coating year will be chaired byMr; Robert Sussman Members o< the committee will include William Binder. Mr; Richard Brickman Mrs. Daniel Neal log Lehrman. Mn Uten S Mrs Albert raub. YOUR CHILD CAN SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR CAMP OCALA AT --:•-::-:--'.-• • z i. ••* -:•-•-•:• A: -. %  %  ^S WMUflM : C T Ntatssaaaai ia j ia&iradiM I aa4 4 Mk uss as to tesaaaat ne^ag, taaan. fMaj fcgf Sataatk Services %  aunm n a, aae • %  her ^arte. iata Seat** Co Mitt W.il.mmt Far fill Dttmilt tfm/i OCAWr\ OffSee1*SI n. Bvnhor* 9mm Mian 22. PtorMa ft 1-7151 Ft -S401 MIS. tICHAMD BIKKHAN Social Workers Elect Segal Robert Sezal. planr.n; consultant of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County, was installed athe newly-elected chairman of the South Florida Chapter of the National AaaoctoJiaa of Social 'A rkars at the organization m•.on luncheon la>t Thurstoj other officerkntaltod were Janaes Whitehead. clinical worker Till I nil i V:mini>tratioo Hospital, vice chairman: Mrs Barbara Fiorella. caaework•*erv ice Burea dhag secretar> Miss Mar Evji worker. VcM bers at iaree raw. Pan u... -er\:ce. Vet ration Children ce BuPo$se$ High Mark Again Fred A Sandier, representative the staff of Metropolitan Life rar.ee Company ; Biscarne District Office at 3200 SW 3rd Ave placed more than Si.06*.000 m personal life insurance last rear to rank with the leaders of more than 30.000 Metropolitan field representatives in the United States and Canada It was the time that his annual sales have passed the million mark Benjamin Meyers left looks on proudly as his wife. Mrs. A.-.r 3 Brenner Meyers receives a Doctor of Laws Degree from Dr Richard V, Moore, president of Bethune-Cookman Collece at Dcytona Beach. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Receives Doctor of Laws at Bethune-Cookman Mrs Inna Brei has Doctor of I • kmai Beach. I The degree cites MrMeyers for having "given unselfishly A your time and substance to e\ important, worthwhile public movement. Continues the doctoral ci' Your able mind. >our dem irate >pint. your love of the cornman arni y..ur eanein for tl termrnt of r you not ant) a peat womao but a great soul, [or and civ ic .., 1 lion hahi • Thi itatioi me a m< %  Insti %  • • yean %  friend-, you have heen stn the Dade Count) m, not f .r Just gment of the people, but for all people In the rwing MrMi %  '. a Dutingaaahed from Temple lsra< tona Beach, whose -pintu. er is Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz Rab bi Hurwitz was formerly spin fjal leader of Temple Zan Coral Gab.. Brandeis Board Meeting Slated Board meet.: i| Beach Chapter. BrandeiI N r %  v ill b me -" lo a m at the home 1 Mn Sam < ridetrl • Mrs Arthur Jtorkow nej M Set %  rti to the Mtn at Brand—.Vr held on June 1 They wii! .1 report .m highlightof tt lereme CAMP JUDAEA OLR nta SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Bt'JE S DGI WOUNTAIr>A HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. 0RIM UNIT TSOFIM INiT WtCNON LtlMIK.pT'l", (4tf> %  Mil Gr,13 MFtk Cir.O. %  tn ,„. 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Friday. June 19. 1964 l<*lstnnridK*n Page 7-B Women Can Find Treasures Galore At New Home of Aged Thrift Shop There are few thrills in this thai can **' compared with in'a (toe on finding a bar,, i) When she stumbles on a which can be best described giant treasure hunt, it la Ina revolution. Such i place is the new and s patious Jewish Home for the v Ihrift Shop, located at 7331 \V> 27th Ave. With a cokein her hands, a woman can spend leisure |> hours pouring over the tables for goods, looking at furniture at ,i 'n ard-of prices, and seeing Just how that used lamp can fit into the den. The Thrift Shop even features an optometrist's chair that had b< n used to check patient's eyes. I lure are treasures galore abounding m the far reaches of this building which every woman -i-.Miid go see v agreement has been reached between the Jewish Home for •in Aged, which operates the Ihrift Shop, and the Jewish Vomal Service so that disabled nts at the JVS repair the items _.\rn to the Thrift Shop for sale this way, handicapped clients earn while they learn new The vocation counselors Jewish Vocational Service will place these newly-trained people in regular Jobs in the open It bor market here Outdated double-breasted suits given to the Thrill Simp will soon turn into modern single-breasted suits via disabled clients being trained on power sewing machines at the Jewish Vocational Service Workshop. An electric mixer, foi example, can be purchased in Working order In due time it is anticipate! that the program will be expand id into areas oi greater ,-kill> .Mid additional learning for these handicapped persons, In the immediate future, the grand sport of bargain-hunting will he combined to further the efforts of rehabili fating larger numbers of handi capped people in Dade County. Both the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Jewish Vocational Service are beneficiary agencies ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, awell as members of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council, The Jewish Home for the Hged is a member oi the United Fund, and the Jewish Vocational Service has applied for membership in the tinted Fund. President of the Jewish Vocational Service is Mrs. Charles P Peinberg. Judge Irving (ypen ipresidenl of the Jewish Home for the Aged Miss Gertler Weds Michael Alpern Judith Elaine Gertler became the bride of Michael Alpern in 5:30 in rites on Sunday. June 14. at Michel's Konher Restaurant, with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gertler. 15811 NE th Ave. The groom is the son of Joseph Alpern, 940 NE 170th St. For her wedding, the bride chose a long silk organza gown ith embroidery on the skirt and bodice of the dress and featuring ,i removable train. Her bouquet MM of white roses with white L.irnations. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dotty RoseatttAl. Miss (iilda Alpern >.s maid of honor. Bridesmaids ncluded Miss Dana Albert and Miss Shelley Zucker. Best man for the groom was Monte Bitter I'shers included .terry Rosenthal. Stan Roloff. Carl Johnson and Marvin Borenstein. llubride is a graduate of \i rth Miami Senior High School. I he groom graduated from Dade ,'ounty Junior College and is a member of Pythian Lodge 195. He • currently on the staff of SaveIVaj Wholesalers. Wt-rn. T-KUIIII MRS. MICHAU ALPtRN Reception followed at Michel's. After a honeymoon in New York and a tour of the east coast, the couple will be at home at 2080 NE 163th St., No. Miami Beach. Ai dmoi • %  MRS. STEPHEN SNITZ Linda Spievack Now Mrs. Snitz In a double candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 14. Miss Linda J. Spievack became the bride of Stephen Howard Snitz. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating at the (> p.m. riles. The ceremony w as held in the home of the groom, who is the son of Mr and Mrs. Floyd J Snitz. 15790 S\V 83rd Ave. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Rose Spievack, 330 86th St.. and Julius Spievack, 1500 Bay Rd. For the wedding, the bride selected a traditional floor-length wedding gown of pure silk with filled bodice, rounded rcembroidered neckline and elbow-length sleeves embroidered at the edge. The bell skirt was also embroider. ed. and the bridal ensemble featured a detachable train edged with embroidery. Her four-tiered French illusion veil fell from a beaded trim pillbox of lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Makl of honor for her sister was Miss Juice Ro.-c Spievack Elizabeth Handler, of Washington, D.C., a cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Newlywcd Mrs Snitz is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and has completed two years at Dade Junior College. Mr. Snitz received his degree in education from the University of Miami and is teaching at Miami Senior High School. In September, he will attend Florida State University for a Master's degree in mathematics. Hadassah Pays Tribute to Mrs. Joseph Sugerman At the DiLiilo Hole! on Satur day, June ti, a record attendance aid tribute to Mrs Joseph li;it tit Sugerman, Mrs Sugerman, for man) years chapter treasurer, has now been elected honorary treasurer ol the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Sugerman has been in the forefront ol Hadassah activities for the past :)."> years and worked closely with Hadassah's founder. Henrietta Szold. The celebration ran concurrenti\ with 55th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sugerman, which was celebrated with a family dinner at the Embers Restaurant. Coming from Jamaica. L.I.. in 1939, they have since made then home here in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Sugerman have two daughters. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, of Miami Beach, whose name is well-known in all communal activities, and Mrs. Leonard Groh, of Miami. They have six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. \ MR. AND MRS. SUGCRMAN Mrs. Katzen Will Head Sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Association of Greater Miami hel recent installation ceremonies the home of Mrs Stanlej Roth. Mrs. Howard Katzen was i stalled as president for a se term, she v as presented with a inal charm in recognitioi service and leadership. Mrs. Richard Helfman was stalled as vice president, responding secretary for the new year is Mrs Ronald Pallet. MrAlbert Morrison was installed as recording secretary • m(1 Mrs Ha icy Miller as treasurer. Members at large for the new 'crm will be Mrs. Howard Hirsch nnd Mrs. Marvin Zank. Mrs. Roth >resided as installing officer for the ceremonies. MIIS. HOWARD KATZtN New Members Inducted Fourteen new members are being inducted into Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid Ave.. according to Jack Ciment. president Ciment launched a membership drive last week. S KY LAKE UO0t/H MIOH IN TMI BLUE tlDOI MOUNTAINS %  AUTII. atonal* FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp activities, including horseback riding and water skiing, 1000 acres of fully equipped facilities with 2 private lakes, small groups. Registration is limited to 125 campers. IRA A DONNA STf/NMITZ-Comp Oi'reetors-S/D & MARILYN GREENSPAN Ph. 624-0692 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45, Flo. Ph. 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Friday. June 19. 1964 kwl^ Mr.ridlilfir Paqe 9-B ; f-7\ \—*hctM i inalxf yours, # M IAMI Friendly Social Club held its weekly meeting afternoon at Beth Kl Conen-cation. Chairman for the event which honored Father's i ias Mrs. Joseph Braff in a .lined COtton brocade with -cooped neckline. Deep ets on her sheath skirt had tone studded flaps, and adI ['Milestones were -prinkiier bodice. •ifss. Max Garshag, wife ol '*' club's president, chose print in lilne and blue. ton was worn by M rs %  i hen li featured airi ated on the scooped e \\ hite arnyl w ith ers .a a sea ol gre n the choice of Mrs A Her ntted bodice li id a neckline, and the skirt was created with un %  pleats. 'aid green flowers blendit h .i beige print worn by v Pauline Sobel. Mrs [da %  %  hkey wore a shift with all and clash colors. A deep pleated band at the hemline gave the dress a Hare. Lilac flowers were on the summer floral print which was seen on Mrs. Sam Levin. Mrs. Isador Gersten chose the classic sheath and matching jacket. Tones and shades of blues blended into an abstract print • |U|RS. Jacob Aronson selected "" a brown and blue geometric print with a deeply-cooped neckline and lull skirt. A goldcolored moygashal linen sheath M.Iworn by Mrs Julius Rifkin. Mrs, Max Glide's blue and green print looked like a flower di n in bli %  in c shantung was worn bj Mrs. It Levitan Her sheath red the surplice i losed bodice. Mrs. Ray Chalfin's royal blue shantunj leath was sleevele s s an I H ith a scooped neckline Gold and while brocade in the sheath silhouette was worn by Mrs \iax Abramovitz, The pendant worn around her Deck was a family heirloom. MISS NANCY KLVN Kleins Reveal Nancy's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs Eugene Klein, of 9444 Sheridan Ave. announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Ruth, to Marc I.ipsitz. SOU .,1 Mr and Mrs. William LipsitZ, ol 7720 Byron Ave. Miss Klein received her Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of Miami and a Master ol Arts in guidance and counseling from New York University. Her fiance graduated from the 1 niversity of Florida with a cheior of Science Degree in business administration and attended St. John's Law School in \. York City He will enter the University of Miami Law School m September The couple are planning to be learned on Aug. 2. Rutstein Back From Region Tour • i Rutstein, Southeastern renal director of the American del) for Technion. returned a series of visits with chap r ifficials and community lead in Florida. Georgia, North & nth Carolina to develop i'pnnt. for their 19&4 activities. \ccording to Rutstein. "there n e\ er w-idening interest on i part of .southern communities Ihe expansion of Technion. its 1 rain and its progress in atomic icsearch, as well as in the new advances in engineering science" Several tund • raising dinners have been set up for the fall season. Rutstein is leaving Aug. 31 for a trip to Israel, where he will meet with Gen. Yaakov Dori. president of Technion, and the heads of Technion. the junior college and the technical high school. He will return to Miami Beach about Sept. 30. > MRS. NORMAN ZARR MISS PATRICIA GRANT Patricia Grant In Phi Beta Kappa Patricia Beth Grant, grand daughter of Mrs. Harry Magid, of 7300 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach. lias been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Tinhonor was presented upon her graduation from Hunter College. New York. Miss Grant has received a VRA award and trainee-hip at Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. There, she will take a Master's degree in speech pathology Sensor Citizens Are Installed Members of the Dade County Council of Senior Citizens have been installed to the Florida State Council for Senior Citizens. Officers installed by Charles Cowl, ol Tampa, are Max Fried -on. president; Mrs. Augusta Silverblatt. secretary; Abe Goldberg, trustee; Frank Brandt, trustee; Morris Robinsky. regional vice president; and Max B. Cohen. chairman of the Political Action Committee for Miami Beach. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dadt Courtly Out 75 Yuri 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 ALEX M. SUTTON Suffoii Optical Service 810 LINCOLN LANE PH. 534-0539 between linceln rd. s, 17th st. just west of meridian Zcrr, Simon Exchange Vows Barbara .ban Simon was married on Saturday, June 13. to Nor man Zarr, ion ot Mrs, rillie Zarr and the late Ben Zarr, ol 1440 Cer tosa Ave., Coral Gabl< i be ed ling was held at West bin.ike Country Club at 7:30 p.m. ["he double mm ceremonj was performed by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hubert Lee Simon. 835 Mariana ,\ve.. I oral Gables. She graduated from Coral liableSenior High and has attended the University of Florida and the University of Miami, where -he just completed her Junior year. She will be attending Memphis State University this fall, where she will receive her degree in elementary education. Mr. Zarr also graduated from Coral Gables Senior High School. He has attended the University of Miami for three years. He will enter the School of Dentistry at the University of Tennessee. He ia member ol Tail Epsilon Phi Fraternity. They will be residing at 1-12:5 I aPaloma Circle. Memphis. Tenn. The bridal attendants were Mrs, Richard Lyons, matron of honor and sister Of the bride, with the foliov ing bridi smaids Miss Elyse Dubbin. MisRochelle Kolber, >iiRochelle Levy, Mi-Judi Ach and Mi-Vicki Orbach. Flower girl waMi-s Carol Cordon. The bride wore a floor length gown oi imported silk organza, de. signed with a sleeveless bodice .•nd featuring a bolero jacket, both appliqued with imported alencon lace and sprinkled with tiny seed l-carland crystals. The back featured a detachable chapel train. Many tiers of imported silk French illusion were attached to a pill box of alencon lace sprinkled with tiny seed pearls and Iridescent sequins. The bride carried her grandmother's Bible adorned with white roses. Ushen were Alan Kaufman, best man and cousin of the groom. Rich Krefetz. Kenneth Simon. Jamie Barkin, Jeff Fine. Elliott Bernstein, and Robert Gordon. Ringbearer was Scott Orbach. Michael Cordon was in charge of the guestbook. i-:. AIL nBi %  MISS ESTHER SAMHSON Samelson, Slotkin Betrothal Hold Mr and Mr-. David C, Samelson of 5055 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach announce the betrothal of then daughter, Esther Paula, to Alan A. Slatkin. A winti r edding it planned The future bride attended the i nh ei sity ol Miami and the Uni er.-; %  .. of Bridgeport Fones School ol Dental Hygiene. She is an alumna ol Phi Omicron Epsilon Sot ority. Mr Slatkin graduated from Ridei lolli .' H ith i BS degree in n keting, He is an alumnus of Zeta Beta Tin Fraternity. He is the sui ,t Mrs. Irving Reiss and the lat< Mr. Herman R Slatkin. Father's Day To be Marked Honoring Father's Day. Miami Beach Chapter of the Children's A-thnia Research Institute and Hospital will sponsor a "Nile (Jlub" party, including a floor -how. at the Itareelonia Hotel on Saturday from 9 p.m. in charge of reservations are Mrs. Bertram Whitman, president. and Mrs. Philip Lentz and Mrs •\lbert Laufer, chairmen. Beth Torcth Camp Opens Fun and enjoyment is the tin ni fur children of Camp Beth Torah in its third consecutive year this week for an eight-week period for boyand girls from 4 to 12 year* o< age. Ken Donner. director, an nounced. Highlighting the camp season is .' unique program for junior Ugh students, including golfing, bowl ing, swimming, water skiing. horseback riding, trips and arts and crafts held on a three-day aweek basis. A veteran staff of instructors is directing the specific aspects <>t the camp program, including Mrs Charles Cole, Red Cross swimming instructor. Mrs. Herbert Comtn and Mrs, Charles lleyman, I and crafts instructors, and Mrs rancis Heilig and Mrs. Arthui li rschberg in charge of Nurserj School, and Mrs. Joan Cohen in ading the teen age program Lunches are provided tree ot charge for all campers two d lys a week. ROYAL HUNGARIAN tra CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Mifivahs and Social Functions "WEDDINGS ARE VERY SPECIAL WITH EXOTIC GARDENS" FOR EXAMPIE: BRIDES BOUQUET J25.O0 1 ATTENDANTS BOUQUET 8.00 2. CORSAGES 10 00 5 BOUTONNIERJS ........ 2.50 CANOPY 75.00 2 CANDELABRAS with flowers 20.00 6 PAtMS 18.00 AISIE RUNNER 10.00 AISIE DECORATIONS 30.00 5 CENTERPIECES 30.00 CUES! OE HONOR lABtt 10.00 total VALUE $238.50 SPEOAl for you MfcT AA : OUR cHoict IO/ •W OF fiowrRS f^fiorkis "Our 50th Anniversary Hear" J MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAt. C IB! F. 9790 V W, 17th Are. 607 Lincoln Rd, 8955 Peace DeLrna. BI>d.Nb 5-4516 532-3341 MO 5-3124 HOLLYWOOD FT. I.Al'DERDAI.E S002 H"ll> ."ul Blvd. J301 N. 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Page 10-B *JmliA ncrktian Friday. June IS 1954 Installation luncheon of Hannah Senesch president; Mrs. Frances Benjamin, Mrs. HenriGroup of Hadassah shows (left to right) Mrs. Rebecca Lipson. education vice president; Mrs. Ann Reaback, program vice president; *""* Sylvia Kur'.and, life membership vice etta Lorber and Mrs. Sam Felman, presidium presidents; Mrs. Max Goldberg, ways and means vice president; and Mrs. Murray Schwartzman. life membership, vice president. The 1964 Kindergarten graduating class of the Hebrew Academy receives diplomas from Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy. Seated front row (left to right* are Ronalee Eisenberg, Don Feder, Gregory Fox, Joseph Waldman, Mordecai Weiss. Terri Goodman, Charles Kalchman, David Simon, Jonathan Reinhard, Andrea Cohn. Second row 'left to right) are Glenn Singer, Leslie Kaminoff, Lili Fendrich. Robert Sakowitz, Barry Tokayer, Fanny Sosna, Robert Kaplan, Susan Berkowitz, Ricky Melcer, Helene Wener, Efrom Gross, Amy Genet. Third row (left to right) are Mrs. Marjorie Ent, Kindergarten English teacher, Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, assistant principal; Rabbi Gross; and Mrs. Adina Aspes, Kindergarten Hebrew teacher. rIN GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc Levin Appointed Special Assistant James \V. Kyncs. Attorney den eral of the State of Florida, has appointed local hamster. Edward M. Levin, as a Special Assistant Attorney General, Levin has been a resident of Miami Beach since 1939. and hai maintained his law offices in Miatni for the past 24 years, He holds degrees in law and business irom the University of Pittsburgh and the Graduate School of Business Administration of Harvard l niversity Elected vice president of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, he is a delegate next week to its Fifth District Convention in Durham, N.C. He is prelate-elect of the Gershwin Lodge. Knights of Pythias, and has been president of the Pittsburgh Club of Greater Miami and of the B'nai B'rith Social Council. He is a member of the board of the Anti-Defamation League and a member of the Klks and Regency Club. Now a major in th-' Reserve forces, during World War II he served as an air intelligence of Bcer Awarded five battle stars. he was also a legal "liner on the staff of the Military Governor of Berlin, Germany. Levin planto continue m prhate prat lice law. Tc Wind Up Season Tifereth Israel ation will hold the last affair of the -c ason on Sundaj. starting .it 7 30 p.m. COMPLETE CONCERTS Boston Symphony WVCG-FM 105.1 mc Brought to you by Bacco Vintners Boston Pops WVCG AM Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. *si %  '&.; ers l Saturdays < 2:00 p.m. Presented by August Brothers and Potter Oldsmobile Bakery Inc. Florida CPA's Will Install Officers Basil Stewart will ;• president of the Dade Chapter of the Florida 1 of Certified Public At The function is scheduled ayne Terrace Hotel on ai 6 p m and installing %  ill be Laurie W. Tomlins tint director 01 the 1 DUI Sen ice, to be install* .1 .ire 1 %  • it/, pi 1 -uient elect. Waas, vice president; Bill ex retarj Gilbert Fa} tr< and \1 II Hattield. Mun (lam. Paul Safer od I Switchfcow, direct alh Is, dull \ 111 c %  01 Cc To Fo ii Tl 1. 1 inj ors g an Th I I S8 I ii %  '. 1 A :' • I. Mi; utl Mi. c3 Because he says it's the best restaurant there Complete Gourmet Menu with All The Wot.. s Most Favored Dishes...Steaks, Chops, Roasts— the finest of SottpS, Hors D'Ocuvres snd Dawem Dinners Start From Only $)."*5 Luncheon Buffets Daily • Special Sunday Buffet Brunch MOB thruFri. J )0am-U <0pm,Sac *Sun.7J0am 1 am JABBIM SUISSE RESTAURANT 1 IN THt RQtttT PLAZA • C0UINS & 2M



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* v JUT 19. 1964 *Jm>ltf Iflbrirffojn Page 11-B Cedars Reveals Resident Program (Starting Now Bronstein, adminisi K i il;n> of Lebanon Hosnounon ,ne s art an ;rative resident program ttgratn, consisting of one II have its first staff ap%  u bagianiag on July 6 of Brown. I is z. years old. married. i i I : I Br %  lid ... awarded a Bachelor of \ :•_ree in June. 1962 from St. L;n ret I niversity. Canton, NY h •> completed his internship n hospital rasidaney and com—^nity relations at AultmaHospital in Canton. Ho •T ,.as assistant personnel dirottoi at Aoltman Hospital and .ecrtstional therapist at Utica Sfa-i Hospital in UHca, N.Y. It irograin is in conjunction >ashingtM I'niversity School nciiu Washington. DC. ffers ttv academic portion hospital administration selective and qualified apuiil follow a coniinuiiiK i of hospital residencies. Beaehete Gets Yale Law Degree Thcs Week Rodnoj Miller Leslie, ol 3114 Prairie Ave Mann Beach, son of Mr and Mrs Sol II Leslie, yraduated from Vale Law School on !>londay. Leslie is a Phi Beta Kappa grad uate from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he re calved his BA degree in English literature He served three years of active duty in the L'nited States Navy on a destroyer escort in the Pacific He holds the rank of lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserve. Women who received tribute at the recent anHadassah. Standing (left to right) are Mesnual Jewish National Fund "Award Night" for dames Mollie Skell, Shaloma Group of HadasCamp Ocala To Open June 29 For Youth Here valuable and dedicated services to the JNF are seated (left to right) Mesdames Louis Lust:g, of Miami Beach Mizrachi Women; Wolfe Shklaire, Henrietta Szold Group of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah; Nathan Bookspan. Pioneer Wompn Club 2; Abraham Mason, Shaloma Group. Miami Beach Chanter of sah; David Dogoloff, Albert Einstein Group of Hadassah; Robert Garber. Pioneer Women Club 1; Sylvia Meyers, Miami Beach Mizrachi Women; Miriam Press, Henrietta Szold Hadassah; and Michael Feinstein. Shaloma Gioup ol Hadassah. Uv< 220 >ounsters from Dado • II have already enrolled at Camp Ucala, slated to une 29 in Florida's Ocala Forest. ioys and girls, ages 5 to H spend the summer swimin/j canoeing, water skiing. rsel ck-riding, fencing, learn g arts and crafts, archery, and am iports The majorit) of the group sign ttl up for the regular eight week ssion. A four-week course is i | .liable I) rectors of the camp are Dr. re Struhl, his wife, Ruth, i siar Island, Miami Beach •s, and Robert Wollnian. I education director at • Beach Elementary. Ocala's total enrollment expected to be filled by v week. Boys and girls have Or. Mech/owifz to Speak campuses but combination mesa hall and recreation fail. Dr. Herman R, Meehlowitz will address Miami Beach Lodge of I d 280 miles north of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday noon at the camp maintains local the DiLido Hotel. Function is the at 1451 N. Bayshore Dr., lodges weekly luncheon meeting. Chairman is Irving Schatzman. Jacob Friedman Gets Scholarship Jacob Wolf Friedman graduated from Coral (iables High School on June 9. The honor student is the son of Mr and Mrs Ruben Friedman. 121 SW 19th lid., formerly of Pittsburgh He was a participant in the Mathematics Honor Society and the National Honor Society. In the National German Con test, he won second place in the country. Friedman has been awarded a scholarship to Kensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he will continue his studies. 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Page 12-B +Jeis** fUridKcir Friday, J une jg J$ar ..h on Friday, June 19. at even .' services >>f Beth Mosbe Con i ation Rabbi Simon April and tor Hyman Fein will officiate. • %  > %  sue attends seventh at Thomas Jefferson Junior h she v %  honored al a i ( iption foliowi services in iel Hall \ swim part; for A %  i Is will be held al the Kessi me "ii June 21 Steven Swatt en, n ol Mr and Mrs. rj Swatl 1930 NE 197th Tor.. observe his Bar Mitzvah on irday, June 2n. at Beth Torafa gregation, with Rabbi Max i. pschitz oiiuiatin Steven will chant %  portion of the Haftorah ami receive a Bible from Sisterhood Among relatives attending from out-of-town will be his materna idmother, Mrs. Regina Aaron; his aunl and uncle, Mr and Mrs E Gilbert; an aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schmitman: and aunts, Mrs 11. Friedman. Mrs. D. Swat; and Mrs L. Listenes Steven will enter eighth grade .1 John K Kennedy Junior High in the fall. • Reception and a buffet dinner will be held in bis honor at home Saturday evening. • s Steven Rosen Temple Adatfa Yeshurun will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Rosen, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Rosen, 1130 NE 196th Ter.. on Saturday morning. June 20. with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating. Steven will enter eighth grade at Norland Junior High in September. His favorite subject is English, and he plays trombone in the school band. Stamp-collecting and swimming are his hobbies. Kiddush reception will follow the service, where guests will include his brother. Scotty 8 • Lee Himmelfarb Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Himmelfarb. 17120 NE 12th Ave.. No. Miami Beach, will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. June 20, at Beth Torah Congregation, with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating. Members of Flamingo Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, receive a "Safety in the Home Award" at a recent meeting. Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Bernard Levitch, Lena Shainen, Hyman Klein, Past President Harold Feldman. Safety Chairman and President Ottol Haengel, Harry Epstein and Victor Remseaf Seated (left to riaht) are Mesdames Bessijj Factor, Alfred Oliiant and Albert Glick. Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood will present the Bar Mitzvah with a Bible. Mr. and Mrs. Myron S. Freed man, his maternal grandparents, i will attend the Bar Mitzvah. Lee is an eighth grade student at John F. Kennedy Junior High. • • Roy Davidson Bar Mitzvah of Roy Davidson will take place on Saturday. June 20, at Temple Beth Shirah, with, Roy is the son of Mr and: Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Leonard Davidson. 760! SW Herman Gottlieb officiating. iil WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? II MARK BUCHBIHOtR 0ET AWAY FROM IT ALL • th* e'er*' n t J'*'e of ih Tott ••! 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Michael is now 1 attending Rian Academy and for the closing year he baa received the Oratori Cal Award, the French Award and il,i' English Award. The school headmaster cited Michael in the awards assembly a"the must outstanding student that Blair has (vcr had Michael is also on the Basket ball. Soccer and Tennis Teams of the school. Michael will be ~t tending Phillips Andover Acad-. emy this summer, taking noncredit courses for the enrichment ol his knowledge. Buchbinder Wins Fellowship Award Mark Buchbinder, son of Mr. and Mrs Julian Buchbinder. 8841 SW 52nd St., has been awarded the 196445 Exceptional Student Fellowship Award He will he attending Columbia University Law School in New York this fall In 1961. he won a Civitan Schol ; r-hip. receiving his AB degree In 11 ree >e irs and gradual :< cum laude from the University ol mi lie served ;iChief Justice 'it the Ihinor Court at the University i I Mian-: presidi nt uf the University College Student Government, president ol Orange Key. and i^i the Dean'Advisory Conn eil. He is the recipient of a Univer sity Colle e Leadership Award. and is li'ed in Who's Who in American ColU gl and Inner sitii BLAST OFF" TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Open To The Public Sundays From 1:00 P.M -4:00 P.M.) 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Friday. June 19. 1964 knirtrfrrtrffon Page 13-B ... because I thought it was part of my religious obligation." "...because we wanted to be together always." ...well, my wife is sort of helpless about something like that." "...because I didn't want my wife to have the burden." "I handle the business in my family/' "... because I wouldn't want my wife to overspend, just because she wanted to do right by mem" always make our decisions as a family." ... because I saw what Sarah went through/' "This may sound funny but I found it was a good investment." There are many ways of looking at it. Some see it one way. Some another. But at many cemeteries, a majority of people are now making the necessary arrangements in advance. By planning ahead, these arrangements can be made with a minimum of emotional strain. Prices and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner. And many difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they are least prepared. Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery AND COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM E505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693 OPEN EVERY SUNDAY AND WEEK DAYS FROM NINE TO FIVE D SAT.) DRIVE "i T AND LET is SHOW YOl Ainu ND VN1 IVE \ CLASSIFIED 1 OLDER FOR ALL YOUR \ K\ I *B1 E ; 01 PON FOR COM PI ETE INI r*" %  MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY P.O. Box 44-367, Miami, Florida Please mail mo. without obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount N'cbo. NAME ADDRESS CITY ZONE STATE



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Page 14-B Pjewtsii flcridinr Friday. Jur.e 1; %  M Ensign Eugene I. Mesaros was the only ROC program student ot the more than l.o.u qiauuates of the University of Miami to be commissioned in the United States Navy this week. He received his Bachelor ot Arts in psychology and will report for active duty aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid CVS II based at Second Tops' Concert Sunday With Antonini Alfredo Antonini. famed condueir ot the CBS Television Network, i rings relaxing concert music to lie second of "Ten .Magic NiehU ol Music" at the Miami Beach Symphony Summer "Pops"' at the Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday ;.t 8:15 p.m. Music lovers will hear "Con Amore." by Rossini; "Le Palais e'e Cristal." Bizet: "Dance Macabre." SaintSaens: and "Orpheus in the Underworld," Offenbach. Highlighted on the program are %  vert in D miner and Concert Salic Preyel, by Poulenc, to be red by the Lang Sisters, guest duo pianists Antonini, who as a student pla> i'ir Arturo To^canini. joined the CBS Radio Network as conductor of the CBS Pan American Orbestra in programs which were %  hortwavcil through South America. \CBS conductor, he has produced sconfor "The Twentieth Century," Lamp Into My Feet," American Musical Theatre," • Studio One." "Air Power." and such specials as "Cinderella." "Fabulous Fifties," "A Tour of the White House with Mrs. John F. Kennedy," and "Arias and Arabesques." The Lang Sisters made their national debut seven years ago as guest stars on the Lawrence Welk Television Show as child professionals. Norfolk, Va. Since his enlistment in 1961 in the Naval Reserve program, Mesaros has been attached to Naval Reserve Surface Division 6-45 in Miami. Swearing in the new Ensign is Lt. Cmdr. Hyman P. Galbut, commanding off'cer, with Lt. Cmdr. Marvin Greenwald, executive officer, looking on. levy Elected to Groups Harry Levy. Miami Beach insurance executive, was elected to the Board of Directors of the South Florida Association of Health Underwriters and the Florida Association of Health Under writers at their convention at the Carillon Hotel last weekend. Both groups arc affiliated with the International Association of Health Cnderwriters. Hospital Board Names Garfield As Chairman Joseph A Garfield, Coral Gables, who served aa member %  -, ta,' National Children's Cardiac Hospital's Board of Governors for ihe past four years, has been elect ed president of the board tor li6-t 65. Elected as chairman of the board is George Coury, Miami Stock and investment broker, who succeeds Richard I Bcrenson. Bcrenson became a trustee, and Garfield succeeds Leo Robinson, who became .< \ ice president of the hospital board. Garfield announced that he is, assembling various committees for the overall operation of the hospital. Following appointments have alleady been made: Mortimer Fold man. chairman of Building and House Committee; Robert Rubin stein, chairman of Chapter Committee; Mrs s,,| Goldberg, chairman of the Hospital Services and In-Patient Volunteer Swvices Committee; Stanley Tate. head of Ways and Means Committee. Medical Administration and I'lannin'.' Committee will bv head ed by William Rafkin. Elected to the Board of Governors who will serve for a period of one year are: Si,In. \ !: '.' \|ii. Rl hanl i fr< % %  n i %  • i: •: Rl ,I..-L-. i r i '• lin. John ft i" %  I.... i, %  -• • • ;r,. i;. r \ • •,. \ IVMHI %  ii. • • -. I >r. • • I tubbin, l '. % %  • I ni'!.. r, i '• %  • I.M 11. n I:--• n Mr i.• -' %  • i'.i HI M l-vi.li>>., n, Mr* • I..' ki i JudR> M. A I %  dn Rl M V i..|iii.in. .1.... |>h ll '; %  .ii.. i... -.I, ,\ %  !nr( i Li. Mi Sol CiildlM i K •!,.,, |, (ioldxli i '.' Hai • i-'H w, c. "ciifr' id in II, \' JRI .. I .—. -I Spinoza to be Topic $ Spinoza and will be the topic Dr. Abraham W< spun ta Forum for lii n on Thursdi .. m in the audit ington Federal. 1234 Ave Sonya Wetes lolk will entertain, and Meyer will lead in the i-t Organtzal -, c There are still %  nodations available for thtint nil second session., Paul v Kwitney, in chai g< mation at JE 1 55! ; •eon 'Summer Delight' Luncn Emanah Chapter. 1 Eastern Star, is Summer Delight" lunche ait 1 ard party on Baturda\ bt'Sinninc at 11:15 a.m. it ft Park Lane Cafeteria. j Way Ways and mean1 is Mrs Mike Forer s .in. M K n Pi lank l..l<..ff w ;%  \ 1 potttai* ..';.._. %  ..k'. I...1, Prill. 1 u %  Ilati • Un 1 %  win K"i" %  I H muda .%  hwarti r-. • man. Rhvtdnn %  %  I < le. Kli 'nmi'i'i-r. • Waldman, Melvin W %  U.....11.-1. 1 r I' l> Z • 11 > % %  %  AlfKlDO ANTONINI Father's Day Memorial Service At Lakeside Lakeside Memorial Park, N\V 23th St. at 103rd Ave.. will hold, special Father's Day memorial services on Sunday. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid. will officiate at the services, assisted by Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Lakeside this week invited the Greater Miami Jewish community to attend the service which is scheduled for 11 a.m. In charge of further information are dlrec-1 tors of Lakeside. View of a bedroom in one of the model apartments displayed at the Forte Towers site at 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach, overlooking Biscayne Bay. Features of the planned three-building complex will include three swimming pools, including fresh and salt water, a 1,200-ft. boardwalk, yacht basin, fishing pier, coffee shop-restaurant, and recreation room. The first building is fully rented, except for a few apartments between the 9th and 16th floors. WEDR-FM M.I 0\ 09 R DEAL THE ONLY RADIO STATION IN MIAMI FEATURING DAILY JEWISH PROGRAMS THE MIAMI JEWISH SCENE (IN ENGLISH) MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12.30-2:30 REUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. 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tic: June 19. 1964 •, If-n #\# mkrHirtr Page 15-B grami of the United Jewish Appeal. Among survivors are his brother. I'hilip Segal, of Miami Beach. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LOUIS SICAL lLouis Segal, : orband Leader, lies in N.Y. By Special Report \'F YORK — Louis Segal, since •.. linnal general secretary ol arb; d, the Labor Zionist Order. ', i ere early Tuesday mornKRATZE. .lullan Mli I I* IP Sim inn >r.. died I nn. i" i ; ... dun WEBSTER. Mm Hlldegarde, 56, of i i HI ..\ ir.th Si ;• I.II %  LIEBER. I %  -: %  11 K ol !' SW ll'tli v.. .li. .i Juno lil Riverside GOLOENBERG. Solomon, !, of Ml Washington Ave Service* in Klixi Mi \ .1 R v. rsldi GOLDSTEIN, Henry, 71. nf R87 16th si Service* in Brooklyn Itlversldi SUSSMAN. MrSadie, 7:'. of 111:. Pennsylvania Ave Service* in Hackensack, N .1 Riverside. GANGEL. I MI Li. R8, of 838 XI-: 1st \ v. died June •. RIVi rslde.' HAGER. Philip, "8, of 1231 Psnnayli vanh Kxt died June 7. Riverside EHRENREICH, Abraham, 7. of 16901 NE Sth A v.Riverside. .GOLDMAN, Benjamin M. .;::. of 98JM sw iTnth si Servlre* In Vi Vork Riverside. HYMAN, Mr! Bessie, T, -i I S3 Dineolii |;,l Services in Hartford, (',.mi NVwmnn SMITH. Mrs Elisabeth, 89, ol I5J NE r.2ml st Itlveraldi 'WERNER. Loula, S3, of '.-.v. Collins Ave S. i \ ii %  •.In BOH ton. Riverside. DAVIDOW, Louis, • %  '.'. .1 SIK t'oNina Avi .i • .1 June 7. Riverside LEGAL NOTICE M: Mr gal had been ill since the •.niversary convention of d in the Waldorf Astoria %  mths ago, when he sufferroke on the day following elusion of the convention. Segal was a member of the .•n Section of the Jewish He was also on the board i-ctora of Ampal. Jewish N'a: und and Histadrut. as a leader in the proLEGAL NOTICE i •—E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '•>, AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60870-A • %  i-. %  .... i I.I:SI •. ,i~ed )TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE PLICATION FOR D'STR'RUTlON AND FINAL DISCHARGE iTH'K i~ I. %  • %  • b) gBen thai i havi m-. Inal K.'.'.II and Petition for Final Dlschargi ... % %  .if Sum I ,t on the 15th da} i>f oi, i. v in Hi, HonorI ..oi. County. !..i approval of said Final ,1 fi i dlstl Iblith 'i %  I I > %  utac of tlM %  n.itio % %  -i.-. .1. nt i nil ... ri.;i HA lilt) /.t K I:I:NI. K \.-. lllol Zl'KHR.VICK l: .i r %  • COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT %  \D FOR DADE COUNTY. : -ORIOA IN PROBATE N) 63447 B t \M .. -SIN. ,1 TiCE TO CREDITORS • iiiio, nd All Person* I ls\ .. ma nda AgK herebj notified ind i • %  tent an) • latma %  > nil i publication Mill be L.it i %  1 M i I l. Hi • 1964. I M ROSIN \V.ltnlnlstratrlx itlon oi iii:. notb-i on • i in .I.I R FERTUE V *.\\ I.. I. .in. Rd. i. it-te, 'B COUNTY JUDGES COURT • ND FOR DADE COUNTY. L ORIO* \ PROBATE \) -J3355-B • I AN S • viv.i' alao known \l K.i /I' %  MO riCi TO CRED TORS ri VI Persona 11 v itnia tgalnsl KM i i not fli .i and i •• an) .l.iini-. and .!• mas have again*! I \.\ M KK VT55E • i M.I.. Count). li. •! %  i t) .i idgi > ol Hadi ..in. HI .|u; provldi .! In Si I lion theli office* In i in i ..oi.%  • II x end ii month* • rirsl publ .ii bi h • %  .i Florida Xl %  KRATZK IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63510 C IN UK Estate ..f BSTELLK RI 'Sl.VN HAAS Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'red 11 or* .mil All Peranna Having Claim* oi Demand* Auailnst Saul Estati Y-.ti are hei'eb) notified und required in ire*etfl any claim* .mil demand* which you may have against Hi. -i ... ol BSTELLK Rl 'SI.VN HAAS il. ceased late ol I '.ol.('ounts Florida, to I hi Count) Judge* of Dadi County, .in l file the name in dupllcafi and II* |.r..\ iil.'l In Section 7:;: 16, Florida Statute*, in Ihelr office*. In tinCount) Courthouse in i'...i. county, Klorhla, within M\ calendar month* from the time of the I'HM publication h i %  he mi,will lie bin red. I i il Miami, hlorida, this llth da) ol .Inn. A.I • 1964 I.i HIS S KATZ l.lll'IS HA \> Av Adininlatrator* I r*i publication D! thl* notice on lh.19th da) of June, 1964, l,H" INAKI' • • BOKRT, of Myer*, Hi iin.iti *• Kaplan. Attorn. \ f.-r Admlnlafrator* 1 ISO S \V 1*1 Str.-.-l Miami, rim ida 23130 •; I:i%  _'''.. 7 '.-Hi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NME LAW SOTICK IS HKRKKV ItlVKN thai the undereluned, dewirins'to *njtaff In i.iin. [hi fli i Iflouf i SAI.'S TAVKRN al 3111 \ W Jith \\ enue, Ml ml Hoi Ida Intend* t.> I II (hi "'• % %  k of the 'Irctill '' .in "f I 'in !• i, r'lorlila. SI:I: vFINi %  s M.I.W I'I.I.I ri Sole ''" in r STFTPHEN KI:SSI.I:I: Vttol I.% %  for Vppllc mi IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63538 -B IN'RK I • • 111 r. l17": \i:i'i: K \vi:ns'i'i:i: 11,•. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i. dltor* and All I'cmnfn Hat Ina i i.urnoi liemand* ARalnal Said i:. % %  ^ eivhi notified .. '"I reIH|. .i : |.ri -.-nt an) lalm* .' nd .i. %  n in.lv v, hli !. i ..ii ma) hai i asalnai ... i %  u ehatei .!....!-..; lal Hade County, PlorMa, in the I'ount) Judae* --i Ihide Count), and fib Hi. name in ditfillciite and n-ptirt lib %  ii .-. • Florida it.-.-, in th .|i the i '..iinti i '...ti:ii %  • -. oi i':i-ir County, Kioei,iii. \. • ndai monl iifrom the inn. of -' pulillcatlnn herethi -..ii:. uill hi haired, i>.it.,i • uinml, l-'loi nil. .thiv 15th da) ol .Inn. \ 11 IH61 IlKNNn I! \s BHSTKR V \li.o|r-l' liimentn Annexn r itlon of l Mini i II th. I 'th da) ol I'm. '. %  • is RT WKI.l.l '"II iratol to' the rd K w %  lit %  %  ilei • ni 167 \\r %  Vvi i.ii (labli r i i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63391 C l.\ RE I -I.,',, nf I.' 'IIS HI'RWITZ I'.. aaed, NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE tip I'l.i Htl I >A : TO All. PERSONS INTBRESTITTl IN THE ESTATE OK SAID UBCBHENT. Vnu are hereh) notified Unit ri uiit i.n iiiMtfiini.ni purporttni t.. lie th* I i-t win and testament of said .1... denl ha* been admitted to probate in %  aid I'oitrt Yon are hereb) commanded within vi\ nl.-nitiir month* from the dati .•! the first publication ..f tin-, noii,, I,, appear in *aM Court and ahow cauae, if any you can, */h) the i.-lion of aatd Court in admlttlns .-.lid win to probate fthouM not -i mil inn evoked, %¡ BORrlE T II.AKK I oiinty .linl*e (Heal) Itv: MKI.I:\ c. HICK ci.-ik Pirn i.ulili'iilion of thin notice on the 12th day of June. IfM RICHARD ^ VRI/SON. KSi.'S Attopn. i for EXeCUtoT 60S Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Put. 1 6'iL'-i9-:'ij. :>? %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6713 AI.THREE MSB SMITH, I'liinilff, vs. MOH6AN HENRY SMITH. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'll: MORGAN HENRY SMITH Residence I'liknown YOU ARE HEREBY M "TtHKI' ih.it a Complaint for IHvorce ha* been filed i.L.iiii-i .von. und rot' ARE HEREBY RKVCIRRO t rve a cop) of your AtiMMito the Ci>mplalnt on the I'laiiitlff'.v Attorney*, ESSEN A ESSEN, ESQS., Unit Ainvle) HMu. Miami, Plnrldn, and file I he orlKtnal answer in the Office • %  the Clerk of the Circuit Cunt • before Jul) 20th, 1964, in default of which Ihe Complaint will be Ink. n ..col .— .1 .i^iiin-t you. DATED: JI'XE 16th, 1964. 1-7 B, [-EATHERMAN, Clerk, Clniill Conn. Dade County, hlnrldn al) B) : c. P, Ci U'KI.AN'li I '.[uit\ i 'l.-rk 6/19-26. 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 6727 \l ARl II IT AlKli 'Clllo. Plaintiff. \ -. DOM I NICK Al'RICCHIO, Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO 1" 'MINICK Al'RTCOHIO 11 i 'ovlnaton Street I liintumtoii Station, N.w York YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIHED thai i Bill of Complain! ha* been filed attains! you and yon are renjtilred to nerve .i cop) of your answer or mher defensive pleadliut* thereto upon id.iiniifi .attn ne> r.A V\li iNl i .1 W'-l.l:ni Se.vi.ohl Bulldlns, M 32, Kim Ida, and file the ortainal thi i %  • .f in Hie iff ce of Ihe Clerk of the en. nil Conn on or before the md da) o| Jul)', 1964, "i .i il.-i-r. .• pro rollf. -,. will be entered naalnvt you. IIATED, thl* 16th .lev of Juni i: I! I.I:ATIU:I;MA\'. cterk, Clri'iili curt. I hide C ount y, .Turidn '-. .il l BJ : C, P. C. l'i:i.AM. Iieputy Clerk 6/19-36, : IN Tn N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63453-B :i: Estate nf ISRAEL IIAVII 'Si 'N I ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditor* and All Person* Mm I Ins claim* oi Demand* Agutnsl Said Estate: You are hereb) notified und required I" present an) claim* and demand* which you ninv have agaln*1 th. estate of ISRAEL DAVIDSON deceased late of Wayne County, Michigan, io ih.Count) Judge* of Dafle County, mm file the same in duplicate nil.i us provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their office* in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the Hme of the first publication hereof, or Ihe same will be barred i 'nt. .1 it Miami, Fli rlda, ihi16th iiii ol June, A H. ii'ii4. JOSEPH DAVrOSON A* An. ill,'.i y Executor i'i -t imhiii'iii ion of this notl n the 19th day of June. 19(4. KOVNER ,v MANNHELMER Attorney* for Ancillary Executor 366 i >ii|M.nt piMa i 'enter Miami, I'lorhin •: 19-26, 7 J-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB) rHVEN I Ihe mill, r-iu I, .i. na In engage In I,.--.undei the f'ctll nai i'.. lin In kReal l.'-t.i'i Lii'en • School mi.I Brook* Ri Esti • I. Scl I. 7 : I tiodfre) i: I \l mi Reach, l-'l.i iiii. mi' said name* with thi Clerk of the Ch mi i 'ourt ,,f I. nle Coiintv, Flol III* CECELIA BR( >OKS il 12-19-86, 7 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 6354t B IN BE: Estate "f STAb'iA ino i.n, formerly known .iv STASIA OMZBCHOVrSKI 1 eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor*, and All Person* Having claims or Heinunoa Against bald l7-!.ii..: You ;, ri hereby notified ami required to present an) cfctlma and demand* which you ma) have against the estate of STASIA QOl'LD, formerl) known a* STASIA ORZECHOWSKI deceased late of Had. Count). Florida, to the Count) Judge* ol I >ude i 'nunt). and file the same In ihelr office* in th.County Courthouse in Duue County, Florida, within sl\ calendar mvntha from the date of the fust publication hereof, or th.name "ill lie barred. HERBERT s SHAPIRI I Executor SHAPIRO, I'Un.i. ,v \. 1711. Aiioi n, i %  l"7 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florid., <' %  19-86, 7 J-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394-B IX RE Estate of '•ns \ STEINMETZ, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D.SCHAROt NOTICE ihereby given that I have filed my Final. Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge r\. %  it. l\ ..f the estate of Ri \ STEINMETZ, deceased: ind thai on ihe '-'.'ih da) of July, 1964, will apply 10 the Honorable %  'ounty Judgi %  ••! I ..ol.County, riorhhi. t..r u|iprovai ..f vni.i |nal Report and for d -• i i.iition anil final discharge a* E iti\ ni ihe .-tut.' ol the ahovi >named decedent Thl* 13th dm of Juni II I | KITH SPEYER Executrix 11 tROLD A CREENK Ati... ne) in..i \ i: 12.1th Street North Miami 61, 11a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the nndershtned, deslrln* to engage in bustnesN mi.i.. the fictitious nami WINDSOR TERRACE APARTMENTS nt MiL'i Mi. -hiunii Avenue, Miami ii. :, h, Ilorlda, Intend tn register sa I name with th.Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had.' cnnntv. Florida. tJERTRl'DK MILLER HKI.I7N EHREMIERfl A DEL \ 11 > !•: LEV V IRENE LET* V H:\viN 8 OARS Attorne) f..r \pplli ants 1998 8W Ivt Street 6 I'.'-1 %  --•:. i I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage i business under the fictitious name or THE PAl'L Ai'is al 1101 Marseilles Drive, Miami Beach, Pla Intends I i register said name with the Clerk of th.circuit Court of Dade Oounly. Florida. PAUL KWITXET, Sol.owner .". 29. 6 5-18-1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 6207 CHERRY WHITE, Plaintiff, \ II VNSEL LEE WHITE I '. I', nilalit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti HANSEL LEE WHITE 1602 ITalrle Avenue Mobile, Alabama You are hereb) notified thai a P.lll of Complaint for Divorce ha* I* flliil against you, and you ari n .|iiii-.'il to serve a cop) '-: your Ausw.-r oi Pleading to tin I'-i.l of Coi plaint .ti the |il ilntlff Attoi n. PAl'L KWITNEY, ESO;„ I." Unooln Road, Miami Reach, Florida, 3(139 and file the original Answei or Pleading. In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of July. 1964, If you fall to do so, Judgment b) default will be taken against you for the rellel demand' i In the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall h.. published oni each week for foui i secutivi wet in THE .1 B\\ ISH I 'l.i IRI1 'IAN DONE \N I • IR1>EKEI' al Mlam Florida, this 3rd day of June, A K i: 1.17 VTHERMAN. I Cir, iii Com i. I lade I 'mint Fli iseul) B) l. SNEEDEN, It) Clerk Paul K > Esquire Ii iln lid Mian I lent h All..: n. > fill I 'I.. r :. -12 -1 H NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6728 JAM I Ml S VJORELAND, Plaintiff IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55005-A IN RE Estnti id LILLIAN Kl'.vrss NOTICE UNOER FICTIT OUS NAME LAW \, iTH %  iHEREBY til) EN thai ii. nd Igned. desli ngage In huslm ..... the flctil name ol WORK I %  > EMEN1 COMPANY al % %  • %  Miami i'i. clda a u h t he ,i. i 'II, nit Court of I l.lll. Count) r ..i.KSi ..\ I DECTSCH "ole I >\\ II, 1 M \l:i, W KA) Ksy Attoniei • %  I I '.u'-. li %  1-26, 7 S-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6384 SEYMlH'R .1 SMITH, Plaint! fl t BY1 VI \ SMITH, 11. %  NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION \ SYLVIA SMITH • %  Street, H ltd Hi ach L I., Ni Yorl red to fill swer to %  %  and thi II.' i %  %  VN \ -. 1.171.A MAE P MORELANTi Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TI I.I7I.A MAK P Ml 'RBLANP Ri sidence i 'nkown You, I.I7I.A MAE P. MORBLAXD, are hereb) notified thai a BUI id t'omplnlni for Dlvirce has been filed ugalnsl you, and you are required i" nerve a cop) of )oui tnswer or Pleading In I In Rill ol 'nmplaint on the plaintiff'* Attorney, Richard Morton. .vj, N i; second Avenue, Miami, i .nei fib tin original Answei or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the 'II cull 'ourt on oi befoi %  22nd da) ..i July, 1964. if you r. il in do s... judgment by default will Is taken aga nsl you for the relh i ill in. in.I. .I in ih. inn ,.i Complaint. This notlci shall I-.published nnci each week for four consecutive weekIn THi: JEW ISH FLORIIMAN DONE \NI. ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 16th da) of June, A I' 1964 i: i: 1 .1-7 VTHERM VN CI Circuit Court, Dade County, hlorida (seal) It) XI VRtil'ERITE M< HtPoRD i', put) 'l. rk '" %  ii VRD Mi iRTt IN S ': Second A v i nu. M in Via PL 7-::ill \Ti.. III for I'I ..niitf A 19-26, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUT.ON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given thai I have filed my final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge a* Executor of the estate of LILLIAN KRAl'SS, deceased and lhal on the 13th da) of Jul) 1964, ill appl) lo the Honorable Count) Judge* of Had.County, Florida, for approval of *aM l-'in.il Report and fur distribution and final discharge a* Ejpcutor of the nf the above-named decedent. Thl* l"t h da) of Ion.-. 1964 MARK KAPLAN Executor ARoNOVITZ, SILVERS SCHER \ttoi ne) 6IIJ Ainsle) Bulldlltg Mian 12 Floi i.l.. 6/12-19-26, 7 3 N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLOR'r-iV |NI %  %  "BATE No. 63391-C IN RE Estate ••! I.i. CIS HI'RWITZ, Dec, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi and All Pel son: H i 'lalui. I •. n.ali.lAg .ill-: Itl You nn hi rebj n. %  Ifleil and rquired to pre* ni an) claim* and rti nd* which nu ma) ha<. aguinsl i ne Loui* I lui ^^ 112 nl i iad. %  int) Horbla. to the i 'nunt) .In I--. %  of I 'ade > 'mint) file Ihe .v.iin. in duplicate and it* \ i.l.-.i In .-v. %  ': ii %  : 16, Flo Ida Si iit.-.v. ill Hi Hi. e* in Hi. i '• i 'oui'thoiiv. in i 'a i. i 'nunt s. Flo I with.n -iv alend II ii'out h* from thi tim.. of i h. ii' -t publica11.in hi or the sa nu Hi be ba rred I lated al Mian Florl la, thi* -it da) ol June, VI 1964 ABRAHAM SCHAFER AExecutoi Flrsl pi Idli id on ol ; i I* notice "" Ihe -:ii da) of Jum 1964 THEOlXIRK i: NELSON RICHARD .v NELSON \ ttnrnei fi I !w cutm 605 Lincoln Rd Miami Ben' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ti desli • | t>. engage -undl i III. fictitious Ilanii APEX M AON A VOX s II .' W i A > IPEX M WIN W 'X. M A li N A \ i s 111 I \\ v -1' iat III of i: lll*i lyne Hlvd nil Ml* %  la Intend lo regisi with tin Clerk of the ni i '.i.i. i 'ouni >. l-'i'.i i.i. I i: \ KK Kl'l'U'H Sl'ZANNE Rl'DICH MKLVIN I'.l I'ICII II tRVEY Rl'DI" II :•: NOTICE UNDER FICTIT. OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS III GIVEN II %  Ti .\\ \ Ml Ill N %  NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 64C 6737 III iNNIE LEE TI I" R, PI. i" \ EDW VRu DENYS TC1H>R, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE I %  I'I >\) Mil I lENYS Tl'l'i'll RESII 'ENi 17 I'NKNi \\ K You .,.. hi reb) notified Hi II a Bill of Complaint for Divorce' ha* bei n flh .| aguinsi you, and s ou are n • .pin. .1 i.. *el le a op) "f \ oui \u .v.. r oi Pleading to ihe Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, i'\i I, K u ITNEY. ii.'" Llm ..In Road, i..... h, Floi Ida, and file the Answei oi Pleading in the nl th,Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 88nd da) ol July. I6I it vou fall to do so, judgment b) defauli "ill be taken agalnsi v., II for ih, relief demanded in the mil ..! c .mpliitni Thl, i : -li.'H be published once i %  week* HE IEWISH II >RIDI iv DONE \ND ORDERED ..• Miami, .: h da.i a Juni A.D. VTHERMAN S N EI 'EN :) Fla -1 %  :IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63351 C IN RE Estati ol il STA) EHRENI I. ,D. I a sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS T • All Creditors and All Persons II n : iuc Claims or i • %  uand* fcgaltisl Said iti You %  I and 11 quired i. present an) la Im* and di ni.in.lv \\ hi. mil in i \ ha v. agnli the estati ol Gl -I'.w BHItENFELl deceasetl late •< Ihtde %  %  Hit), Fba-lda !,. the 'mini > Judgi ol Dadi i Viunt \. and flh thi -.. mi In duplicate and iprovided in -. i, Florida Statutes, i'i their office* In thi Cottn• i Courlhousi in Had.i' Florida, within -iv calendnr months IL. ih. tim. of the iiivt publication hen of, or 11" i" • will hi lin Dated ..t Miami, Hoildn, tins S8th da) of May. A.D 1964, MAIII VNNK s. ii.\ii'i./.i:i:' A* BxecutliN I ri iiuhlii atlon .a i his i.ot:. e on the Sth da %  •% %  < I i Kl'RT w ELL1SCH Atioi-n. foi i' Hal* of GCSTAV EHRENFE1.D io; Ah i-rla A\e. i Fla NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl >TH 'EIS Y GIVEN II I the underr BONDED 17N N.V 11ERTA > -. %  % 



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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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"eJewish Floriidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKU
Number 25
Miami. Florida, Friday. June 19. 1964
Two Sections Price 2'J
Eshkol Winds Up His
Triumphant Visit Here;
Happy About Outcome
YORK (JTA) Prime
i.i \ i Eshkol completed
pcfc a whirlwind 12-day of-
id the United states
pn s ions ot satisfaction
I i accomplishments of the
He was the first Israeli
. in ; t.i visit this country on
n official invitation from an
ran President,
- indicated he regarded as
i ol the principal achievements
eement with President John-
for periodic high-levels con-
icts to dicuss emerging prob-
i.'ii- Considerable importance
. attached to the personal con-
. it- established between the
. ri mier and the President. It
as understood that the President
ked .Mr. Eshkol to continue per-
unal consultations with him,
ng at a continuous, rather
m a crisis-to-crisis, consultation
I' Mideast problems.
President Johnson's emphasis
-n protection of the territorial
ntegrity of Mideast states and
:haracterization of Israel as a
^face-seeking country also was
oted. Another development in
he Johnson Eshkol talks was the
ultimate hope of the United
States working out with the Sov-
et Union an agreement to cut
he arms flow to the region and
o create the conditons of peace-
ful co-existence there. Although
o immediate efforts in that di-
ection r likely, Israeli think-
ng is that at some stage, the
Jnited States must act with the
Russian* to stabilize the *rt*.
. he Premier found high regard
Israel in the United States
tactl with Jewish leaders he
[OUnd the distinction between
Z'onisl and non-Zionists had be-
ci.mc blurred and that he could
make calls tor Aliyah during his
visit which would have been un-
acceptable to American Jewry a
decade ago. He urged such im-
migration in a talk at the Hebrew
I'nion College, the Heform rabbi-
incal seminary. He said more
Continued on Page 8-A
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For Reburying
Of Jabotinsky
RABBI urn yium
r< ilvclcd president
'CUMAJt Of UNDmiANDINV
Synagogue Council Lauds
Churches for Hitting
NEW YORK iJTAi The
Synagogue Council of America
lauded this week the resolution
adopted last week by the National
Council ol Churches, representing
to.000.000 American Protestants,
which condemned anti-Semitism,
and hailed the climate ot under-
standing and goodwill" between
Jews and Protestants manifested
in the resolution.
The Stand was taken in one ot
B -erics ol resolutions approved
by the :>3th annual meeting ot the
5CA. the coordinating agency ol
Conservative, orthodox and Re
form rabbinical and congregation
a! organisations.
Rabbi Uri Miller, of B | ti-
more, was reelected president.
In another resolution the SCA
prai'ed the efforts of the Amer-
ican Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals for help-
ing to bring about a solution to
the problem of preparing and
hoisting animals for ritual
slaughter." The resolution
called the work of the ASPCA
Continued on Page 9-A
By Special Report
NEW YORK A mass proces-
sion of leaders and representa-
tives of a'l major national Jew-
ish organizations. Jewish War
Veterans, Legionnaires, Jewish
spiritual leaders of all three de-
nominations and members of the
public at large will accompany the
luncral cortege carrying the re-
i mains ol Zeev Jabotinsky, leading
i lighter of Jewish Statehood, and
his wife. Johana. during their
transfer for reburial in Israel, ac-
cording to an announcement by
the National Committee for the
1 Jabotinsky Memorial headed by
| Philip M. Klutznick, former U.S.
' Ambassador to the UN.
The public funeral service and
procession will be held in New
York on Monday. July 6. at 5 p.m.
The cortege will proceed from
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Am-
sterdam Ave. and "fith St..
Crucifixion Reference Reported
Deleted in Ecumenical Draft
FEDERAL INDEMNIFICATION DISCUSSED
Leaders Meet With West
German Chancellor Erhard
WASHINGTON (JTA) Lead
- ol the Conference of Jewish
.rial Claims Against Germany
nferred here this week with
-t German Chancellor Ludwig
: i urging him to reopen the
ding deadlineunder the amend
i in to the Federal Indemnifica
mn Law proposed in Bonntor
i benefit of Nazi victims who
I rough no fault of their own are
rred from registering their
anus under the existing legisla
ii
This concerns primarily Naai
tins who came out from the
n Curtain lands after October
958,
The meeting of the Jewish lead-
'- with Chancellor Erhard took
lace in the German Embassy
here. The Claims Conference
i legation was composed of Dr
'vahum Goldmann. president; Jac-
b Hlaustein, senior vice presi-
ent; \lo-cs Leavitt. treasurer.
nd Saul Kagan. special consult
nt of the Claims Conference.
The delegation also urged the
Chancellor to take immediate
steps to correct serious de-
ficiencies in the proposed amend-
ment to the Federal Restitution
Law presently before the West
Serman Parliament
NEW YORK (JTA) The
specific statement absolving the
Jews from responsibilitj for the
crucifixion ot Christ has been
eliminated from the draft declara-
tion on Catholic-Jewish relations
pending before Ihe Ecumenical
Council, the New York Times iv
ported this week from Rome.
Citing unofficial but apparently
well-informed sources, the report
said that all reference to the an-
cient issue of Jewish responsibil-
ity has been deleted. The declara-
tion was drafted under the dine
tion of Augustin Cardinal Rea,
head ol the Secretariat tor the
Promotion of Christian unity.
Cardinal Bea has repeatedly
declared that the inaction of
the first two sessions of the
Ecumenical Council on the draft
declaration was due to procedur-
al problems and not to opposi-
tion within the Catholic hier-
archy. Leading American pre-
lates, including Cardinal Spell-
man, of New York, and Cardinal
Cushing, of Boston, have said re-
peatedly that the draft declara-
tion would be approved at the
third session of the Council
opening in September.
The Tunes said that the revised
draft was awaiting final correc-
tion before being printed and dis-
tributed within the next lo days
to the 2.300 prelates making up
the Council The report said that
the decision to eliminate all ref-
erences to Jews and the crucifix-
ion came from the highest levels
ol the Catholic Church and that
;l was based On a combination of
political and theological consid-
erations
i The informants were cited by
Ihe Times as saying that the main
consideration was a belief that ap-
Continued on Page 8-A
through Amsterdam Ave.. to 91-t
St., up to the Young Israel Syna-
gogue o| the West Side on 91st
St., near Broadway where special
memorial exercises will be held,
led by a choir comprised of all
i tembers of the Cantors' Associa-
tion of New York. Then, the pro-
cession in buses and automobiles
will proceed to the Kennedy In-
ternational Airport, where the re-
mains will be flown, escorted by
two special jet planes, to Paris
en route to Lydda Airport. Is-
rael.
During the stopover in Paris,
high officials of the French
Government and representa-
tives of the Jewish community
in France, where Jabotinsky had
lived for many years, will parti-
cipate in special honors for the
deceased.
The reinterment of the remains
of Jabotinsky, who was the found
or of the Jewish Legion in World
War 1. is being carried out D)
order of the Israel Government in
keeping with the last will and
testament of the world Zionist
leader who died on July :). 1940. in
Hunter. NY., that his "remains
may not be transferred to Pales-
line unless by order of thai coun-
try's eventual Jewish Govern-
Continued on Page 5 A
Italians Defend Pius Stand on Jews
ROME 'JTA i Foreign
minister Guiseppe Saragal charg-
ed in Parliament this week that
attacks against the late Pope Pius
XII over his role during the Nazi
slaughter of European Jewry
were partly a propaganda effort
partially to acquit Nazism "of its
horrible crime'- and to make the
Catholic Church responsible.
He made the statement in re-
ply to questions from extreme
Leftiest deputies
a recent Foreign
which followed
Ministrx slate
ment deploring the slanderous
campaign" against the memory of
the late Pontiff. Debate over the
Pontiffs role was touched off by
publication of a play. 'The Dep-
uty." by West German playwright
Rolf Hoebhuth. which evoked
demonstrations throughout Europe
and widespread discussion there
and in the United States. The
Foreign Minister, however, did not
refer to the play.
The Foreign Minister said that
the Ministry's statement follow-
ed expressions of regret by the
Vatican that the campaign
against the Pontiff was spread-
ing in Italy. He added that, in
issuing the condemnatory mes-
sage, his Ministry acted in con-
formity with the "special rela-
tions" existing between the Vati-
can and Italy. He said the con-
demnation had not been decid-
ed on by the entire Cabinet,
which he said was unnecessary.
He stressed, however, that it in-
Continued on Page 6-A
Moscow OK's
New Book
Libeling Jews
NEW YORK (JTA | The
Communist Party in the Soviet
I'nion was accused of endorsing a
new anti-Semtic book at the same
time when it criticized the notor-
ious book. "Judaism Without Em-
bellishment," which provoked
worldwide protests for its vicious-
ly anti-Semitic content.
The new book is entitled "Cat*
chism Without Embellishment
and was published in 196;* by the
.Moscow State Publishing House
lor Political Literature. It has
had a publication run of at least
105,000 copies, compared with the
edition of 12.000 copies of "Juda
ism Without Embellishment"
which was reportedly suppressed
alter the worldwide wave of criti-
cism.
B'nai B'rith President Label
A. Katx, reporting on the dis-
semination in the Soviet Union
of the book "Catechism Without
Embellishment," said 'hat the
ideological commission of the
Soviet Communist Party's cen-
tral committee, which had criti-
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Mrs. B B Goldstein, president
I JFCS. this week reported that
contrary to the stunned disbelief
- ients here. we
save babies ia -.ir.iiicantlr
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Until recently, Jewish Family
and Children $ S*rvke discour-
aged would-be parents from ap-
plying t the agency for infant
adoptions. "W* simply did not
Sidney Lefcourt. president cf the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration lei! presents the President's Leadership Award to
Daniel Neal Heller citing Heller as "an outstandina voung
leader cf the Jewish community and of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal whose efforts have proven of great value toward estab-
lishing a better world for peopie both at home and cbroad."
National Commander cf the Jewish War Veterans end Florida
.-eg.onal chairman of the National United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Campcicn Cabinet. Heller was chosen as
the young ieader of the community "whose efforts stamp him
as an individual with outstanding potential and as a leader of
the local and the national Jewish community."
NCRAC Planning
By Special Report
NEW YORK The future of
interreligious life in America and
local problems stemming from
the current civil rights struggle
are some of the principal eon-
ctrr.s of the 2h annual plenary'
---;on of the National Commun-
ity Relations Advisory Council set
for June 25 to 28 at the Chase-
Park Plaza Hotel in St Louis. Mo.
NCRAC ia the national policy-
ti rating and joint program plan-
- body of six national Je
Plenary Session
urgaaizatioag and 72 Jewish com-
munity relations councils in cities
throughout the United States.
Lewis U. VYeinstein. of Boston.
NCRAC chairman, said that the
-e~-;iKi- this year, as in previous
rears, will develop con^eosua on
policies and recommendations
that serve a* the basu for pro
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the Jewish community in America
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Ie Beth Sholom honors its choir. James
president of the Temple, and Eli Kat-
nian of the Temple's Religious Activ-
es Committee, expressed the thanks of the
.lion to the choir "for their excellent
ing the year," and Cantor David Con-
sei, choir director, outlined an ambitious pro-
, (or reliaious services and the Temple's
t] proaram for the year ahead. Top are
Levin, Miss Essie Abrams, Mrs. Ida
Cantor and Mrs. Conviser, Mrs. Rose
: Mrs. Matthew Commanday, Mrs. Ben
\%\
Rosenthal, Mrs. James Knopke, Mrs. Mina
Krams, Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky, Sid Rose. Mid-
dle row are Mrs. David Greene, Mrs. Wally
Dutton, Mrs. Bennett Lee, Mrs. Jacob Deaen-
shein, Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. Doris Horlick, Mrs.
Ruth Williams. Bottom row are Organist Da-
vid Smith, Wally Dutton, Al Cohen. James
Knopke. Arch Bradley, Sam Rudt. Not shown
are Mrs. David Drucker, Mrs. Fran Lubar,
Louis Moskowitz, Mrs. Ruth Herrmann, Mrs.
Salwa Abrams, Mrs. Anna Opper. Spiritual
leader iz Rabbi Leon Kronish.
New President
Of Or Olom
Reveals Drive
Sam Putterman is new president
<>f Temple Or Olom. The owner
oi Pearl Furniture Company on
Bird Rd., he has a wide and long
time organizational background
The New York City-born execu
live lived lor many years in Tuck
aboe, N. Y.. where he founded the
Genesis Hebrew Center of Crest
wood. He Berved as its
dent in 1945.
presl
abbi Alexander S. Gross presents The Jewish Floridian Jour-
ilism Award to Maxine Zisguit, ninth grade graduate of the
sbrew Academy at assembly ceremonies last week. The
ward is presented annually by The Jewish Floridian to the
itstandihg journalism student of the graduating class at
e Academy.
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cited "Judaism Without Embel-
lishment" praised "Catechism
Without Embellishment" as a
correct example of propaganda
for atheism.
"Catechism Without Embellish-
ment." written by A. Osipov, does
pot contain the Streicher-like car-
toons used in the other book, Mr.
Katz said. However, he added,
the text material is similar, ac-
cusing Judaism of preaching "the
bloody extermination of peoples of
ether faiths, "urging real racial
discrimination" and propagating
the notion that God would "destroy
ether nations."'
The Osipov book calls Passover
?nd other Jewish festivals a de-
vice for "the enrichment of the
svnagogue and rabbis." calls the
rabbinate a "greedy, silver-loving
.clergy," and vilifies Jewish ritual
and the "Commandments" as de-
Putterman is affiliated with the
Masons, Lions and formerly with
the Tuckahoe Chamber of Com-
merce, where he was also a
leader in the Community Chest
and treasurer of the savings
and loan association there.
Mis son, Leonard Putterman,
served as president ol Or Olom
from I960 in 1961.
Hi-- father v/as shamos in Ye-
shiva University in New York
His brother, David Putterman,
-i rved as cantor of the Park Ave
iiue Synagogue and was founder
I the .National Cantonal Associa-
tion.
Putterman this week announced
that Temple Or olom has initiat-
ed a membership drive Twelve
new families have affiliated with
the Temple since the beginning'
"1 the drive, he said, adding that
"100 new members to expand our
family to 450 is the goal by
Sept. I."
Putterman noted that the Or
Olom Hebrew, Sunday and Nur-
sery Schools number some 600
students. Spiritual leader is
Rabbi Simon April, who was or- I
dained in Israel.
Newly-named to the staff is.
Cantor Nicco Feldman. who re-
places Cantor Gershon Levin soon
to return to Israel.
The Temple's membership drive
will be culminated with a dance
in the fall under the direction of
Bert Reinhardt and Ralph Fistel.
SAM PUTTERMAN
Yeshurun Couple
Are Honored
Congregation, Sisterhood anil
Men's Club honored Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Shoenfeld, who were
among the first chartered mem
bers of Temple Adath Yeshurun,
at the 8:15 service last Friday,
The Schoenfelds are leaving the
Miami area to return to Eliza-
beth. N.J.. so that they can be
closer to their children and grand-
children.
Schoenleld was the first Reli-
gious Committee chairman of the
Temple and is now honorary
member of the hoard.
Mrs. Sehoenfekl is a board mem-
ber of the Sisterhood since its in-
ception.
A Kiddu-.li in their honor was
tendered by the Sisterhood af-
ter the service.
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Volume 3?
Number 25
Friday. June 19. 1964
9 Tamuz 5724
The Righting Of
A Profound Wrong
The '.a_r.chir.c c: prepcrr.-.rr.s
-: the reburia) oi the remains ol
Zeev (abotinsky '-' :'--'": "" r"#
rrooq
Tatar* bar* b**n lutuked ait
-^ in the rKradhnq oi Uraeri
ttwoea David Ben-Gurion
Prime M ste: lev. Eshkol
- -: the y c unq nation 5
1s-s the 'rrctr.-
. _: e, oi links 01 a :.-
-..er.ee
But seer. ItQO tha pan
: the I.r: si :e:::tr H is mr.-r:
: e
Fai v tan Mi Bi>Gurion
stout rabotin-
..-. g la have hi? r*>
s r:^;:' ~cm
sad N V Bad re.r.terrec.
rclr-.vir.g the reer-.et.
ol a now psora-h rr~--.rr.-ec.ih
Cextainh he Juneta nd H There
tew men w ..c-------------^
ore to the establishment r: -
"ewi_h state _-. one time nftonqji
m did net '.. m la * The sad rev. ct events leading
g termer Prime M I -. s t e r 3e-
_-_r>ac s continued res-stnr.re was trie etc:
rcLbccI c___n.r_or_5 between mem
jaboensary the m __ta_.: leoiet became _r_tor-
"errcris: repute-::= rosed upen e Rev.s.-:.^-
~ j cut ot whose roots arew the Herut
Pozty
.-.-i ere; were I c -Tltlftil Mwq ot pest
SBC rteser.: nisto".- -r_s shculi r.ct hove beer.
en ouch -c deny n" srec*. nnd rcllen "lecder h^s
nnnl Vjc sx the Herat rentrcversinl thouoh
.s rc..-es nnd '.eodersiup may be -j nc lees
tesrectnble them mony ciher pcrr.es tn Israe.
today
Y_- Ben-Guricn 5 bcrJ.es w.t- BM
nl '.; re~:: the "nbct:r^sr>" remterment. .t
was more fivnn z slirht tc z mnn :t wes a p****
i ~cr.n--c-.r_s ce-r-s.cn besec en tne
-.e retum c the :e_T.c_r-s nnn _e_ :e:xir._. tn
ianal 5 sc_ .s -ct enly c recLsnc ere .t .s nlsc
cr. e-e tewnrd -*" te'__nc _e rull story ot
emercer.re r: t: 'ew_jh 5tr-e r r_: trm.e
Terr: _n .-.- er.rcn Jew ot such exnltec
rcssccor c _M "-'nttec \cr_on_ heeds tne So-
_, Sicrmhccnt er.c_ch recscn tc tee^ the rehe-t
r< m-nnv men m :..;:. pin res r- the r.aht__q oi
. rr.c-end'-red cmd p__io_nn wrene
5_: scys Kctx. Cctech_>m Without Em-
cellishtent _i bad enouch. Jews are _H_
rr.rcrcec: w^th preacr._-.-c; the bicocv extermir.-
::.::. ot peopjes ot other iaiths end surulcx
cbsurdities.
r.:x wc_.d Premier Khrushcher react now?
Somehow the Soviets ere stricter wtth those r:
cusee ct economic crimes. Decth end _f.pr:s-
enment ere tr.e_ lot. Is nnd-Serr.i_sm ct n
'.owe: cren.r.ni order so that its proer.t-.or.ers
merely net oc w-.th being cnliee nasty r.nrr.es"
Those Hasty ^Madmen'
Lion of Judah Dilemma
T~e err-vai ct Walter Zech-Nennrwich in
Ethiopia should really prove the relationship
.between Israel and her Arriccr. neighbors.
Nennrw.ch was ser.tenred tc teer \-e_rs In
rr .s-rr. :n Apr -T Shortly trerecite: re e~
raped rrom the seemingly impreonibie Brcun-
schweice: ?r_^or. and marie it tc Cairo where
re _.e-i openly at the Hotel Atlas
The trrrr.e: Nan. SS ec.rr.el ha< row been
asked tc rr.rve cr. because h< presence in the
DAK emccrrassee EcyptianWest German rela-
tions.
Bonn had formally requested that the Egvp-
t_en _-cve:r_-..er.t extradite Nenntwich. But
what should the Lion of Judch do now7 It was
r.z-e Selass.e who once appeared beroie the
Leegue a: Nations to warn the world about
ualicm oxjcression and the significance oi inter-
catxaoal krw and order. The violation oi the
rights oi one people he declared, prepares the
road to the violation o: the rights ot all.
The Emperor was prophetic in his words.
But what will his government do now about
Weber Zech-Nenntwich. the convicted killer ot
Jews? It r_mc__s to be seen if Haile Selassie
will be as ardent in his view ot motalitv m
1=6-4 as he was in 19o6.
More rscM-h/. when a-tec by new.
_bo_: -- e ror_ re coerced eat the
cnlv vel_mes crar_eh_ were these be_r*g
;; at tne L"rased
: :_5~.r _.: -e:e
x r
; tc lar- A Errr- p
mis wee_ reports _M_t
re___ne:.: r.a_ r
Legally Augmenting the Law
The Hcssadx: group in Brooklyn that has
*=k e rigorous duty ot patroUing
the ter_s.cn :.dden Crown Heights ecuao ol
ve .-.-.- _s acre yeoman's set vice m the cnise
:: rr~rr._:..tv peace
' -' responsible voluntvin
Ne-c esentat.c patiol it is now qo
k___jex possioie tc charge the grv>up with K-
~T_3rJk_nes wl t.vaet aio !'., \.
:e\-.
by LEO MINDLIN
a BARRY GOLDWATER .. b.
"no stretch of tl
during the week l__^*_.b"__:
, ample, would have *in btm
___ I Kit ll- -f to doom Ext:fcm
... & -CC II rlght wingers in Ante?,/%'
day are not necessar.ly -_Cists
It Ls entirely conce:vav th
advocates of income t_\ iaj
I social security repeal .. ue_
* as militant supporter. ( u
overall reduction in general federal powers, look upon the- .re4|
istic soals in purely political terms and without regard to Uu color
of mar. 5 rida or his religion. Nevertheless, racism has a-. ,r.Con
trovertible tendency to be characteri>tic of the extremist, and it n
fairly safe to assume that where you find the one you will i,.. ,}
the other
This is why it seems almost impossible on its face to take ien
ously Robert Welch s disavowal of anti-Semitism and uh> rac si atti
tudes in at least some form predictably exist among tho>e *- waM .
turn the cakndar back by seventy or a hundred years Political ex-
il built upon an enhancement of the individual <
Western terms it the ego of the majority that seeks release from
ng society determined to compromise :t> BWtrtidual Ltbei
ties by extending the liberties to include the minority, as well
\ ol uhich is by a> of saying that the extremist iron
if of a phen
not be a Jew. those hr 1
\ .rr.ational intrigue to undermine a:
States.a- anj measure of decent ber
to be relegated to tl
. .
RFHAT HE IS -
water*.
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and lar.
f hli liabilities -
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The
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th admit)
rest of the
- and le_ .-.
if on duB '
' -v-- Set ssible nomination n
ne nation a whole eon
- an interesting development: the firnt seenv
"- partj < rinee 1932 Hence, the apparent'?
excit ieh ha> been a "me too" organi.
Bg the p_-- rears and more | the most Mi
ho-huir. da>s 0 ^er..r|Ol*er administrations. In contrast to :he
past, when the Republicans fc-und it necessary to accept, defend and
ajar social innovation launched and imp'.
;r hated Derm-crauc adversary, they can now decl..:.
that the> are tuia mphJcally unto I he nueliiw
THE rAeCARTHY ERA represented a primary effort by a tingle
eao to capitalize upon the "me too"' weakness of the Repi;
Part* But so apparent had the aigoa cf social change becomi b)
ther.. that even at the height of a Republican President > prestige anu
rx.--wer. the lone maverick could not muster his party's up(
\ 1 COP'i temporar} strength in order to create a nseai
political distinction betwin-n itself and the Democrat*
McCarthy was a failure because the direction he took ; red
than meaningful in terms of the social program for which Mr
Eisenhower, himself, had been forced to >tan>i He van also a failure
becaus) I r the GOP I H 1 }uish itself in extremist term-
the party that kept it out ot the White House ovat a pencd of tweat)
anguish-filled > 't also spell death at the polls.
But the social pr gresi thai wai inch a necessary inti
I rce \ rica from 1U3-J through the end of World War 11 1
I ->t E-senh ation is le>s a net -ce toda;
it is. to some 1 divisive one The mis. selves be
tore they have taller. And the Reaarislei
son of S maj verj veil attempt to sorve I
' nie r,:iia b> (
I 1
aha look lot ,-.;.
: : :
TuyHiLE it is rirtuall) p.. that Sea Goid_a:.
thanei ag the Pn atat cat Ixardlj b
x> certain that he ... sot Min y, tjr> ^vn,iauo_. Tr..
r Eisen t as .- ta Maa for et_u y-.. n
B0*i J">'" 1 F the Al 1 s.-r.atc*'s fortur-
succeea. then ntinue in the turbo af it-
politics. ith litt'.e or no alternative but for the lilho-tr tin
parrot its oppositma and the past
If the] fail, then the nation \U1 ha\e the first seerci- -
between idea* pea 1 the Nan Deal From the p*at at w
ttc GOP strati t ana mean that th** ,;ap _ea. GaN
chance when .x ,n tnd ttiat ^ u her.
I the sraj V: (j,, ^ 4 %JiJ rea_ of \
lllH'r-l'"s '' -ti *t a -*eiess po_-
thai ha. loo long been asvaJ lar the aataoa say drffert" n
rapt pntcaan to a tsdi bent c social sa-eofttl
Roth .U N< arrang Par the Daual Part, a* eaya. -
phrenic Does not us conaerrativs) _-.rc seek streasrth as -
alliances with Tasnectahle Reraaahcaas. _iw> us tarn **.:
virtue ol such tavttal : paver- Hence, what See G
hope* to lead 11.1*4 b*adwa*eai h> h*s aaatta.
politica amhiti 4:tV v .^ ^.^ ,# bHWt.
snectahlc a* the R< create*! c__ier .
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friday. June 19. 1964
iw isti fhrlditr
Page 5-A
,
Pomp Planned for Return
Of Jabotinsky to Israel
r.iaduclion exercises for five students of the
avid Pinski Folk School at the Farband Cen-
. i. P42 Washington Ave. Seated (left to right)
..re Karen Gluck, Joy Lynn, Esther Peison, Mir-
.:.:: Melnick and Moishe Melnick. Standing
.e.'t to right) are Edna Rosenfeld, teacher,
. ouis Lasavin, principal, and Louis Schwartz-
.an. executive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. Officers of the school are Max
B. Astor, president; Bernard Furman, vice pres-
ident; Abraham Rovinsky, treasurer; Mendel
Chomitz, cultural chairman; Ida Astor, finan-
cial secretary; Eva Kahn, recording secretary;
Molly Rubinstein, hostess chairman; and
Anna Rovinsky. president. Women's Division.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR-
Erhard Visit Should Stir Scientist Issue
EDITOR, The Jewish Flortdian:
i ho visit of Chancellor Ludwiy'
:\.ird to this country should stir;
questions in connection with'
! activities of German nuclear
mtists in Egypt who arc con-;
Ming to work on devices for the;
press purpose of annihilating
nation of Israel.
The hundreds of German sclen-
ts occupied in the manufac-i
ill of nuclear warheads arc mak-
c great progress in that direc-
n. All the efforts of the Is-
. li Government to prevent this
jrant ahuse of scientific knowl-
-i- being used for the purpose
enocide of the Jewish people
Israel cr futile since the
i man Government doesn't want
uct a law to stop their citi-
activiiic-
t is a terrifying feeling to |
'i* that German citixens, with
.'. st German passports under
official jurisdiction of our
/ West Germany, should be
- rig in laboratories in
:-ypt for the only purpose of
ojic'ating the Jewish State
d thus accomplish "the final
'Kin of the Jewish question."
he death schools set up by the
which were recently re-
nd hi the Frankfurt trials of
\uschwita atrocities, are siiii
eratioa, under German pro
tection. in Egypt with Nasser's
supervision.
Disregarding the moral aspects,
which alone are enough to demand
intensified action to have this
practice stopped, every respon-
sible government should realize
that from a political point of
view, it is not sensible to repress
the only democratic country in
the Middle East, which represents
and sustains Western civilization
and culture in that area.
The new, supposedly democratic
Germany can certainly take ac-
tion to curtail its citizens' activi-
ties in thi> respect and avoid the
embarrassing situation of identi-
fying itself with the Nazi crimi-
-;:Is who still seem to control cer-
tain areas of government agencies.
Those criminals of Germany
who initiated World War II
with its chain reaction of catas-
trophies and all the tragic con-
sequences resulting from them,
should finally be eliminated
from the policy-making of West
Germany.
Chancellor Erhard, with hi>
clean political background and
opposition to the Nazi atrocities
gainst human dignity, should be
reminded by our government and
by our Jewish national organiza-
tions of his duties as head of state
and as a humanitarian to stop, by
every measure of means, this re-
newed annihilation project of
those Germans against the Jew-
ish people in Israel.
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
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EDITOR. The Jewish Florid.an:
I don't agree with Leo Mindlin's
column about "boyish exuberance"
in the May 29 edition. It is good
lor American Jews to protest the
-lander of the mural in the Jor-
dan pavilion. It is gratifying toj
note that the Anti-Defamation
League lias taken action Bgainsl
Robert Moses and the World's
Fair, as the American Jewish
Congress has exercised the basic
democratic right to protest by
peaceful picketingprotesting not
enly the lihclous mural of the
Jordan pavilion, hut also the arbi-
Irary and authoritarian attitude
ol Robert Moses.
Mr. Mindlin's subtle suggestion
oi "shtadlanut" lu ihe face of i
what has happened and is still
happening to our fellow Jews is I
lie longer acceptable as a tactic
in the twentieth century. Far bet-
ter for Jews to stand up like men
and use the very legitimate means
df either legal action or peaceful
public protest.
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Continue.! 'rom Page 1 A
ii'ciit. The will was made in
1935, thirteen years before the
establishment of the State of Is-
rael.
July 6. the date of the beginning
of the transfer of the remains,
marks the eve of the 21th anniver-
sary of the death of Jabotinsky.
The anniversary is observed ac-
cording to the Hebrew calendar
on the 2!lth of Tamtiz which, this
year, falls on July 9, when the
reinterment will take place on Mt.
llerzl in Jerusalem adjacent to
the grave of Theodor llerzl. found-
er of modern Zionism.
The national Jabotinsky Mem-
orial Committee is comprised of
some of the foremost leaders in
all walks of Jewish life. Israel
Ambassador to the U.S. Avraham
Harman has accepted to serve as
honorary president of the Com-
mittee.
Members of the committee in-
clude Morris B. Abram. president i
I of the American Jewish Commit-'
tee; Rabbi Abraham N. Avrutick. I
I president of the Rabbinical Coun-
! cil of America; Comptroller Abra-
ham D. Beame. of New York;
I Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of,
Yeshiva University; Rabbi Philip
S. Bernstein, chairman of the
American-Israel Public Affairs
Committee; Cong. Emanuel Cel-',
ler; Cong. Leonard Farbstein; Dr. I
Louis Finkelstein. of the Jewish |
Theological Seminary; Cong. Sey-1
mour Halpern; t'apt. Joshua L.
Goldberg, of the Chaplain Corps,
USN. Ret.; U.S. Sen. Jacob K.
Javits; Label S. Katz. president
ol B'nai B'rith.
Bernard Katzen. vice chairman
of the New York State Committee
lor Human Rights; Mrs. Siegfriec
Kramarsky, president of lladas
sih; Attorney General of New
^'ork State: Louis J. Lelkowitz
George Maislen, president of ttn
United Synagogue of America
Cong. Abraham Multer; Dr. Abra
ham A. Nouman. president 01
Dropsie College; Sen. Abrahan
Ribicoff; Nathaniel S. Rothen
berg, chairman of the Administra
tive Committee of the Americai.
Zionist Council; Hon. Abe Stark
Borough President of Brooklyn
Lt Col. Emanuel Targum, Coun
ty Commander of Jewish War Vet
eians; and Edward Sharf. presi
dent of Bnai Zion.
Cedars Manual
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The hospital was notified tha
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added to the Association's perma
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The volume outlines the trill
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in a modern hospital, with specific
reference to Cedars' policies
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on the cover, upon his election t<'
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Friday. June 19 igsJF
Italian Parliament Defends
Pope Pius' Stand on Jews
Present at a special meeting of the Sustain-
ing Board oi Fellows, a newly-formed group of
Mt. Sinci Hospital to advance teaching and
research, are seated (left to right) Eugene Gar-
held. Dr. Arthur M. Greene, Dr. Max Sporn.
Milton Weiss, temporary chairman. Dr. Robert
C. Mcgoon. Larry Kimmel, Robert Feldman.
Standing (left to right" are James Ellis, James
Orovitx. Harvey L. Salomon, Morris N. Broad.
Dr. David Hendel. Jack Waxenberg. Marshall
I. Stein. Dr. Richard E. Deutch, Louis Harris.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Hank Meyer, hos-
pital trustees, have been appointed by the
board to serve as liaison representatives for
the new group.
British Catholics Back in Interfaith Unit
Continued from Page 1-A
volved the collective responsibil-
ity of the Cabinet.
Declaring that freedom <>f the
press and science
must be protected b> the >tate.
he added that he did not hesitate
thai "the campaign against
the memor* of Pope Pius was ori
ginated and directed toward aims
having nothing in common uiih
Justice or humanitarian feeling "
He referral to the Italian con
solution which e.-tablishes the
Catholic religion to be the religion
of the state and to the concordat
on that relationship He then
quoted from a letter that the Gov
crament had pledged it-elf to bar
in Rome everything that might
conflict with the holy character of
Uu "Eternal City." Moreover, he
added. Pope Pius was one of the
most important fig in of the per
irm -in which we Still live and
nds tn the camp.-..
him a par!
He declared that an .
Pope l'iu>' reign un-
formed bj
sources but that the |
started recently wen
tural debate but s -
tortion of the fact- ha
to do with historical
which Interpolators
hire with party pi
political passion.
We indeed see in I:
gainst Pius XII a col
landist purpose of which
>enou'- aspect, at least |
of us. consist- in an at
partially acquit Nazi-m o
nble crimes, making th.
responsible." he told P..
Irejdj
1 dtholK
tat)
' "el
nly cijt.
Is as]

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I
I misj
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VDON JTA British
i re returning to the
i ristians and Jews af-
ter a ten-year ab.-ence. Dr John
Heenans. Archbishop of Westmin-
ister and Roman Catholic Primate
of England, announced this week
Speaking at the annual dinner
i: the Bridge." an organization
< Deemed with social service
guidance which operates in Brit-
ain and Israel, the Archbishop
I the large and representative
feathering of Jewish and non-Jew-
ish leaders that he had sent a
Utter to the Council stating "11
invited I rould join the Council
of the JoisM presidents
Trie Vatican has been informed
:er. he said.
This is an occasion when I
would like t echo the recent
statement of his Holiness, the
ope. to a delegation of the
American Jewish Committee,
*he Archbishop continued. He
hen quoted Pope Paul's state-
ment to the delegation that "no
civilized nation can any longer
olerate discrimination against
a religious community or a rac-
ial group." The Archbishop also
quoted the Pope as saying to the
delegation "we feel very close
to you." He said "I echo this
wholeheartedly and joyfully."
He told the dinner audience
that he also would sponsor a
"bridge" scholarship for a British
youth to visit Israel. He said his
only condition would be that it was
given to a Jewish boy or girl.
A total of 100 young scholars
are now studying each year on an
exchange ba>i- in Britain and Is-
rael through scholarships provided
by the "Bridge" organization, the
rlinnar was told The figures
were given by Col. Basil Hen-
rique*, president of the organiza-
tion. Col. Hennques. a frequent
visitor to Israel, added that those
going from Britain to Israel on
"Bridge" scholarships would find
that "there is complete equality
of people in Israel" a fundament-
al principle of Israeli Society He
said the Br.tish visitors would
find that the kibbutzim "are total-
ly classless and that the Israelis
have an answer to some the
^ us all."
Fiei : ll Montgomery
of th- it its as given a stand-
ition when he endorsed the
: ganization's exchange program
and said he would sponsor one
Bridge scholarship for a British
boy. Asserting that he knew Is-
rael very well, the Field Marshal
recalled that he had "fought there
with the Jews against the Arabs
and with the Arabs against the
Jews in an attempt to preserve
peace in the country He add-
ed that he took "great pride" in
the fact that "the Jewish Brigade
fought in World War II under m)
command."
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:i
F:i:een tiny tots were "graduated" from Tem- Alyse Silverman, Georqe Volpe, Eric Berqer,
z'.e Menorah's Nursery School last Friday. Honey Klein, Vivian Klepach, and Martin
Rear row are (left to right) Alan Klein, Richard Goldman. Mrs. Nathan Stem is their teacher.
V.'enistein, Steven Uffner. Carol Pilzer, Susan Nursery School teaching staff is under the
Scrazi, Belina Bejar and Max Mann. Front supervision of Herzl Honor,
row are Jaclyn Willig, Robin Greenwald.
* Jordan Pickets Snub Debate Plan
By Special Report
M'V. YORK Pro-Arab demon-
urators picketed the national
[.adquarters of the American
fl.ii wi-h Congress and were invited
S inti the organization's offices to
iss the Arab refugee issue.
!>i Mohammed Mehdi. spokes
tor the Committee on Arab-
riCRti Relations and leader
i the pickets, declined to enter
S : u'ti Wise Congress House at
I ast null St.. claiming another
'.. cement. But Dr. Mehdi told
-men he was willing to debate
question "on radio or TV at
time or any place."
The invitation was extended
. Will Maslow, executive direc-
tor of wia American Jewish Con- |
grata, after a damn Jordanian
natives had paraded in front of
He organisation's office for an I
>ioor. They carried sim de-
claring: "Zionists Cannot De-
ceive All the People All the
Time," "Truth" (in Hebrew and i
Enotieh) and "Zionist TotaHtar- i
isnism Objects Even to a Mur-
al."
This was a reference to the dis-
I Mi over the text of a mural at
Jordanian Pavilion at the
d*S Fair, which speaks of
terror's fierce practitioners"
using their "gains ill-got ... to
disturb the Jordan's course and
make the desert bloom with war-
riors."
Last week a group of 12 Amer-
ican Jewish Congress leaders head-
ed by their president, Dr. Joachim
Prrnz of Newark. N.J.. defied a
World's Fair ban on picketing and
were arrested following a demon-
stration in front of the Jordanian
Pavilion. The Jewish group charg
etl the Jordanian mural was "de-
famatory and malicious material
(resigned to incite hatred against
Israel and the Jewish people."
Maslow expressed regret that
his invitation to distsuss the Arab
refugee issue had been turned
down. He noted that since the
establishment of Israel in 1948.
Arab government leaders had
"consistently refused to discuss
outstanding differences with Is-
rael*" and that "even Arab bridge
players were ordered by their
governments so refuge to play
against Israel during the recent
international bridge tournament.''
Or. Mehdi, who said he was a
native of Baghdad and an "Arab
federalist," said the American
Jewish Congress had a "double
standard" of free speech. He
Beach Lodge Will Send Delegates
i urteen members of the Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith have
i en* named as official delegates
t the District 5 convention in
! rham, N.C., from June 21 to 25.
I dga President Gerald Schwartz
. nd National ADL Commissioner
I .ml Seiderman will attend the
i slave, along with State ADL
hairman Burnett Roth.
\ Other delegates include past
esidenti, Irving Schatzman, Sam-
uel Weiner. Jack Fink Gershon
Miller. George Talianoff and Mich-
ael Sossin.
Also president-elect, Joseph L.
Goodman, vice president, Edward
H. Levin, and officers, Ben Le-
'vine. Irving Schenker and Sam-
uel Pascoe.
The 1965 convention of the Fifth
District, which includes the South-
eastern states and the District of
Columbia, will be held in Miami
Beach, Schwartz said.
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
INVITES THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY AT LARGE TO ATTEND
A COMMUNITY
FATHER'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ ASSISTED BY
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
TO BE HELD
SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1964
AT 11:00 A.M.
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accused the Congress of being
"intolerant" and "bigoted."
".Zionist Jews," he declared,
"should be the last to persecute
people and to suppress freedom.".
Dr. Mehdi showed newsmen a
letter he had received from George
A. Rundquist. executive director
of the New York Civil Liberties
I'nion, asserting that "the mural,
controversial, obnoxious and even
abhorent as it may be to a major-
ity of people in this country.
Should yet be permitted to be dis-
played at the Fair or anywhere
else."
Commenting on the picketing,
AJCongress Executive Director
Maslow declared:
"While we reject the point of
\ view and motives of the Arab
pickets, we of course respect their
i right to demonstrate and to ex-
press their point of view, mis-
guided as it may be.
"But to raise the issue of free
speech is hyocrisy. Freedom
1 of spech is not absolute. Just
, as there is no right to shout
'fire' in a crowded theatre, so
Jordan has no right to claim
free speech after agreeing to
abide by the Fair's bylaws, one
of which expressly prohibits
'the operation of a concession
or exhibit which reflects discred-
it upon any nation or state.'
"Jordan cannot sign a contract
to obey the Fair's regulations, and
then violate those regulations in
: the name of free speech. We be-
I heve World's Fair President Rob-
ert Moses has a responsibility to
' see to it that Jordan honors its
: commitments.
"Otherwise, the whole Fair,
! whose purpose is "peace through
! understanding,' stands in danger
of turning into a glorified propa-
ganda mill in which every nation
uses its pavilion to spread hatred
and distrust against those with
whom it quarrels."
Florida Department Jewish War Veterans
Elects Ainslee Ferdie as Commander
Ainslee i; Ferdie, 33-year-old
Coral Gables attorney, was unani-
mously elected Florida Depart-
ment Commander of the Jewish
War Veterans ol the U.S.A. at the
slate convention in Tampa last
weekend. Ferdie succeds Eman-
uel Mandel, North Miami Beach
tUneral executive
The new state commander is a
past president of the Murray Sol-
omon Post 243 of Coral Gables. 4th
Regional Judge Advocate and Na-
tional Civil Rights co-otticer. He
also serves on the Dade County
Urban Renewal Agency and is
president of the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
Among his other activities,
Ferdie is vice president of the
Miami Multiple Sclerosis Asso-
ciation, vice president of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges and a member of
the Board of Directors of the
Coral Gobies Optimist Club,
Coral Cables Bar Association,
Dade County Young Democratic
Caub, Temple Zamora end the
Coral Cables Citiion's Commit-
to*.
i
He is also secretary of the Jun-
ior Section of the Inter-American
Bar Association. The new com-
mander is married to the former
Roslyn Frost, of North Miami
Beach
Other officers elected at the con-
vention were Jack Berman. past'
commander of Broward County
Post 613. senior vice commander-,
Irving Cooperman. past command
ei of Miami Beach Post 330. first
junior vice commander; and
James Stern, past commander of
West Miami Post 223, second vice
commander.
* Elected trustees were Isidore
Karp. of North Shore Post 677;
Herman Sokolow. Miami Beach
Post 330; and Daniel Abramowitz.
Abe Horrowitz Post 682, of North
Miami Beach.
Emanuel Mandel was* elected
department judge advocate and
honored at a commander's banquet
on Saturday evening, where he was
presented with a plaque, past com
AINSLCC ft. flRDIt
mander's pin as well as a gift
from the Abe Horrowitz Post 68.!
and Auxiliary of North Miami
Beach.
Mandel presented certificates of
appreciation and gifts to Abe
Marcus and Nat Brown, of Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post 174; Leon
Silverman. Hialeah-Miami Springs
Post 681; Irving Cooperman,
Miami Beach Post 330; Jack Ber-
man. Broward County Post 613;
and Ainslee R. Ferdie. Murray
Solomon Post 243.
The department presented a
special plaque for humanitarian
service to Dr. Elwood Cecil
Nance, past president of Tampa
University.
The convention took action on
some 12 resolutions, including op
position to the discontinuing of the
i Dade County Veterans' Service,
' advocating establishment of a
State Veterans' Home, calling for
prompt construction of Veterans
Administration facilities in Flori
da and requesting a national pro
gram to implement the state-
sponsored campaign for ratifica
, tion of the Geneva Genocide Con-
vention.
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Dedicated fo the Memories of
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July I960
HENRY HEISIER
October 4, 1961
GUSSIE ALBERT
Aoevsf 3, I960
JACOB KAMN
April 3, I960
ISIDORE NELSON
September 22, 1961
MORRIS WEISS
February II, 1960
BERTHOID STEIN
November 13, 1961
ROBERT B. BERN
December 26, 1961
ABRAHAH BUCKMAN
M.y 1, 1961
DAVID FRIEDMAN
Mmy 22, I960
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July 17, 1961
JULES KATZ
April 17, 1961
MAXIM UEBERMAN
August. 20, 1960
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Friday. June 13 ig^
Eshkol Winds Up Triumphant Visit to U.S.
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the Jewish ci.iliietto. a new re*. He told the group- >
Was* on and a new vital- ^W S to help
ity." As everywhere in his country ana spoke of ha pri6f
store* of appearances, he em- >'% '" hearing Beta -p*
phas.iod Israel's determination en y local children who
fo achieve peace with the Arabs.
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Po he bele.fd hae g.*en
In Los Anoefes. he said such
peace was not as remote as is
genera I !y thought."
Thornu -.- ; Lot ABfesei Jew*
i a rec- en b> the
Goffer Resigns as Zim Lines Vice
President for the State of Florida
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+Jenlst fhridiktr
Page 9-A.
i David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Con-
ation, congratulates Bernard Silver "for his many accomp-
lents on behalf of the Jewish National Fund and the JNF
Foundation." Silver is the originator nf the JNF Baal Shem
v Forest, of which Israel President Zalman Shazar has ac-
i epted the honorary chairmanship. Rabbi Lehrfield also an-
.;:-.ced this week that, under thf> newly-announced Keren
Ocrcth program, on each bi'thday. the beneficiary in whose
8 an investment will be made will receive from the Jew-
: National Fund in Jerusalem a check for S50, with an ac-
. ompanying message from the world chairman of JNF. for a
period of 25 years.
Adath Yeshurun 'Father of Year1

Men's Club of Temple Adath
l i BtQirun ha< chosen Bernard
I ..Ik a> "Father of the Year" and
ill honor him at a special break-
st on Father's Day this Sunday
i' 3 30 a.m. Joseph Fields is pres-
lenl of the Men's Club.
Kalk lives with his wife. Eliza-
beth, at 1171 NE 159th St.. and a
son, Harry A. Falk.
Harry has just graduated from
the University of Miami with ;i
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BBA degree and will continue his
studies at the University of Flor-
ida Law School.
Falk is vice chairman of the
Board of Directors of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. Mrs. Falk is
treasurer of the Sisterhood. They
came to Miami from Brooklyn nine
years ago. where they were both
active on the boards of the Ocean
Parkway Jewish Center Congrega-
tion and Sisterhood.
Continued from Page 1-A
in developing "without royalty
or profit to itself" devices to
eliminate shackling and hoisting
"an unprecedented contribu-
tion."
Another resolution described
the Lord's Prayer a.s "a uniquely
Christian prayer" and warned
Jews against reciting it. The
n solution said that 'requiring
students in public school., to re-
cite this prayer is an infringement
on freedom of religion and con-
science." In a related resolution,
the organization urged the defeat
i i the amendment offered by Hep.
Frank Becker. New York Republi-
can, to permit prayers and other
religious observances in the pub-
lic schools. Amendment of the
Constitution for that purpose, the
resolution asserted, '"would open
the way to religious tension a
misuse of public institutions and
irreverence."
The SCA renewed its "appeal to
the conscience of mankind to help
eliminate the religious, cultural
and spiritual restrictions which
Soviet Jewry now faces." The-
re-olution pledged that "our con-
cern for our brothers in the Sov-
iet Union will not diminish and
our desire to build spiritual bridges
with our co-religionists in Russia
will remain paramount on our
agenda."
In another resolution, the SCA
noted that some of its consti-
tuents had expressed concern
regarding policies of many com-
munity centers anc1 Y's affiliat-
ed with the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board" which "indicated
at times a lack of regard for the
sensitivities of Jewish religious
communities in the United
States."
The resolution asked establish-
ment of "an advisory agency to
the Jewish Center Division" of
the JWB matters "affecting reli-
gion in Synagogue-Center rela-
tionships v dinners on Friday evening and an
The SCA also criticized the prac- the Sabbath day It called "in-
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munal agencies "which arrange ing such meetings "Oneg Shabat"
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B'nai Sholom
Elects Officers
.Mrs. Charles Pcrseil has been
< lected president of Temple B'nai
Sholom Sisterhood for the coming
year.
other officers include Mes-
dames Many Moldoff, ways and
means vice president; Seymour
London, membership vice presi-
dent; George Norman, program
\ ice president
\i~,i Mesdames Ri Hani K n -
berg, treasurer; Eug ne Rosen-
i erg, recordii rj. William
Johnson, corresponding secretarj;
and StanlC) Philips, financial sec
retary.
Sisterhood is planning a card
and mah jongg party on Saturday
evening, June 27. at the Temple.
16800 NW 22nd Ave.
Also planned is a family jam-
boree picnic on Sunday. July 19.
at John Birch State Park in Ft.
Lauderdale.
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Friday. June 19.
Federation's President Frankly Assesses Community's Need:
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KJfeA- for
neon Mm I told you
hat i| ,.-'i<-.- |o r.u..<; th<- t>p<' o:
ladal tha- th:- comiriur.it;.
|TM Iron, our growth
I id to be Mad) in'! tuned oni>
r educating mulN to humar.
and developing the cor.
cicnec to Mtlafj th're need-
> 1MB recojin./'
Hp Trickery
Daring the past two year- I
iave followed this line without
leviauon. and. I promise that
utbin th- limit- of m> power, it
rill be followed for another
MT. We have gone in for no
unel-raising gimmicks we have
tot taculonc our campaign af-
.r*. and we have made no at-
mpt dramatically to raise the
%el of giving lor a one-year
nod at Um expense of yean
come
Instead, we have carried the
Federation ttory into home*
throughout this community, to
younger people who did net
knew the meaning of the or-
ganization in en attempt to
build for the future the type ef
leederthip, the type ef under
Handing that we rt going to
be looking for in the years to
tome. This type ef program
dee* net produce dramatic re-
sutts, but I can assure yeu that
in numbers of new gift*, in
nuenbert ef new worker* and
in changing concept* of etis-
fyhg human need, it it the
only hope far the future.
\ rccaal article in Look Maga
.ne. entitled The Vanishing
\merican Je-A," has created
iuite a (fir in the national Jew
o community, and there are
IB) who feel that th* frays of
he Atiiertcan Jew m a vital
foraa ar>' numbered I cannot
gifje with thi- opinion. We
had sane who have
trayed from th< fold; and the
jroblem of cultural assimilation
iaa existed for centime-, bat the
le.-are to live as Jews always
ias and will continue to be the
MM important factor in the re
i;tion 01 our Jewish identm.
We must continue. therefore.
to spur the activities of the
oimger people in our commun-
ty v.ho have indicated through
heir participation in the affairs
f Federation and Its agencies
'hat not only do they see a future
;' American Judaism, but that
'hey wish to be identified with
i In this changing world, the
/sic identification of our faith
sill remain as long a- there are
wiling people who have an In-
terest in knowing about their
Jewish identity. mikI 1 believe it
to be apparent that this feeling
vlll become stronger and more
Hal a force ;i> time goei on in
ur community
Review of Developments
And now. ai your president for
he past year. I feel it important
'hat 1 review for you some of
he important developments in
ur community during this per-
A Out local agencies have
lone .-, tremendous job in at-
empting nstisfy the needs of
bil 'vr growing area with the
mount of money that has been
illocated to them I think it is
i tribute to their Hoards of I)i-
ciors and their executive
taffs that so much has been
done with so little
Greater Miami iMikk Fadaraftcai PresBce=: S:dnev Leicoun,
reeiected for his third InOB c: Feeerabo-.'s 26th aniiua] meet-
ing in the Fontainebieca Hotel is shown with Mrs. Lefcourt
Icenter and annual meeting Chairman Judge Irring Cypen
(right durmg the iest;ve occasion which was attended by
some 50C community leaders.
T*tr /,:,?. f | ,r beres llllpllll :ex: of t'ne
.'-.- die rtctn: it,-:-. uml saeetmg kWt
Ufeewf Mum Icua h Federation ** f ineaedilui Hcu. fa
ddrcti Xf Ufcmin u-h., hum electee lo m-.-j ajrej *< ptenekwi
"""* '' 'u: nmmm g- ur. r. be atead> an:
L mrrrfr and oVulapmi ifn
ctmiotnce I/, aatirf'. raropHTod
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, continuing it* attempt to
provide intensive education,
ha* broadened it* High School
and it* edult program*; and
the- numbtr of people taking
advantage of these program*
i* another indication ef their
desire to know more about
themeelve*. The Bureau hat
continued to stress the need
for high standard* of teaching
among all ef eur congregation*,
and I believe ha* succeeded
each year in raising the level
of education in all our Hebrew
and Sunday Schools.
The Y.\I and YWHA. with the
help of a committee from the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, took dose look at itself
thi- past year and decided that
the reflection was not a pretty
Me, For years, the Y's facili-
ties bate heea enattractive. in-
adequate and uninviting to those
who wanted to use them, but at.
a result of jomt study made
by Federation and the Y's. we
are going to embark this coming
year on a capital fund-raismg
campaign with the hope that
over a threes-ear period the Y
will be" able to develop three new
modern buildings to serve this
community in the manner in
which it should be served
less Dramatic Problems
We have done a great deal in
caring for the acute aspects of
illness by building two Jewish
hospitals in this area, and we
have made generous provisions
for the needs of our aged, but
I feel that we have not reatfy
attacked the less dramatic prob-
lems of families and of children.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service has been working
icveriahly. not only in handling
the counseling cases that come
to it, bot in attempting to de-
velop a sorely needed facility in
this community, a place (There
emotionally disturbed children
can be cured, instead of ending
up in an institution for the cmo
tionally ill It i, my earned
hope that this program will be-
come a reality in this coming
year because we need a pilot
prefect to indicate the extent
of the problem in this area
The waiting lists are long at
this agency, and at one time
this past year, the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
had to close its intake because
we were not able to provide
sufficient funds. But despite
this handicap the staff has
striven valiantly to serve those
who come to them and it it my
hope that at the ye art go on
we will better recognixe the
extent end the neture ef fam-
ily breakdownsthat we will
recognize the condition* that
produce juvenile delinquency
and that we will recognize that
only trained personnel can
meet these problems.
The Jewish Vocational Service
is another agency which receiv-
ed less last year from us than
they did the year before. This
did not deter them, however,
from carrying on ambitious pro
jects in their sheltered work-
shop and in their attempt to find
employment for the hard-to-place
person. It is not by accident
that our government has become.
tremendously interested in the
field of vocational, retraining
and rehabilitation because auto
nation is making it evident that
if we are not to discard millions
of people on an economic gar-
barge pile, we must find some-
thing for them to do and train
them to do it in the new econ-
omic civilation which is devel-
oping.
The Aged Among l/s
The Jewish Home for the Aged
ha> its new building completed
and is being filled up as rapidly
as staff can be developed. We
*re giving wonderful care to
many of our aged people, but I
predict that very soon this will
not be enough service for our
aged. One of the major prob-J
lems that Federation will have
to face with the Jewish Home
for the Aged and with other local
agencies will be the need for'
service to the aged in our com!
munity, where physical presence!
in an old age home will be a.
minor portion of the problem.
We nave in this area, in all
probability, the largest propor-
tion of Jewish aged to the total i
population of any Jewish com-
munity in this country and we I
are heading for trouble if we
overlook this fact in planning for
the future. It will not be
enough to provide a place to
eat and sleep for the relatively
few people who can be accom-
modated in homes for the aged. I
but the problem of visiting care!
and leisure-time activities for
those aged livsng by themselves'
will become the real test of Fed-'
eration's planning.
bit. Sinai Hospital this past,
year served more people than
it has ever served before and
cared for more people in its part
day and free service areas. I'
am proud of the fact that this
past year we have worked out a
formula with Mt. Sinai where
the Federation's allocation will
a* : -< : c 'he fre- m r\ ..t
wt "
P4t^e=" Emersenc>
free and pan-paid
Our allocation to Mt. Sinai
thi* past year covered only
bout one-half of the co*t of
that free service, but we look
forward to the day when thi*
community will be able to sup
por fully the Mt. Sinai char-
ity bill which we feel it is re-
sponsible for. The planned
construction of a building for
the chronically ill to that more
facilitiet will be available for
the acutely ill patient is the
next ttep in Mt. Sinai's rec-
ord of service.
I pay tnbute ot the Council
of Jewish Women for their on-
going work in the field of im-
migration service and service-
for the foreign bom I pay
tribute to them also for the tre-
mendou- educational job that
they are doing among Jewish
women in reference to the need-
of the general and Jewish com
munity I want to give thank.-
to the United Fund which thi-
>ear gave us an increased allo-
cation, which allocation is shar-
ed by the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, the Jewish
Home for the Aged and the YM
and YMHA so much for the work
of our agencies.
Vital Message to Us
Federation has al-o been busv
We inaugurated through the gen-
erosity of the Sam Blank Fam-
ily an annual cultural lecture
series that- will bring to this
community each year a person
o/ outstanding ability h<
bring a vital message to a
We have ai-o -t
ment and bee, .
gram which, based on
ence of '.'.he.- larger i
be the key to the tolutioi
Greater Miami's need-
thirty and fort\ vear-
day

We r concluding t $uc
cestful campaign, and it mus
continue to be our primary aim
that we raise the amounts o'
money which will enable ou-
agenc.es to Co the job they are
o well equipped to do.
know that we are making pro
grot* because have taken the
positive view that a well.in
formed Jewish community witr-
a conscience will provide those
fund*. The route we have te
lected it not easy, but at we
continue to educate our reti
dents, we begin to tee startfmg
results in the number of new
gift* and in the total amoun'
of money raited.
I feel that we are on the righ'
track. We are finding new
young and aggressive leadership
in every area to help us go for
ward These young people ha\
been absorbed into every com
mittee of Federation. Including
the Executive Committee. Frorr"
them come fre*h and new idea-
and from our seasoned worker;
comes the planning and Wisdom
of experience, and from our sea
soned workers comes the plan
ning and wisdom of experience
and by combining the two w.
have a wonderful formu 1.
for planning a better future, not
only for federation, but for th
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Page 11-A
Belgian Paper Says Dr. Mengele
Seen' Again in South America
First meetinq of the newly-elected Board of Di-
rectors of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho-
lom is shown at the home of Harold Granofl,
4495 No. Jefferson Ave. Granoff is a vice pres-
ident of the Brotherhood. Seated (left to riqht)
are Leon Unger, treasurer; Louis F. Snetman,
president of Temple Beth Sholom; Jack B. Sha-
piro, president of- the Brotherhood; Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom, James
Knopke, president-elect of B'otherhood; Har-
Rabbi Waxman
Elected Executive
Vice President
Habhi Harry Epstein, of Con-
cregatlon Ahavatb Acbim, Atlanta,
a., has been elected president of
the Southeast Region of the Kab-
:>imcal Assembly of America.
lie succeeds Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, spunu.iI leader of Temple
Kmanu-El hi the post.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Tem-
ple Zion, West Miami, was elected
executive vice president.
Named to the Executive Com-
mittee were Rabbis Lehrman and
Munis Chapjnan.
Attending the meeting of the
region from Greater Miami
were Rabbis Lehrman; Norman
N. Shapiro, Beth David; Mayer
Abramowitz, Temple Menorah;
Waxman; and Allen Rutchik,
executive director of the South-
east Region of the United Syna-
gogue of America.
The Regional Rabbinical Assent
U includes members from Ala-
hama, Florida. Georgia and Ten
vey E. Kramer, vice president. Second row are
David Drucker, past president of Brotherhood;
Irwin Teplis, Aaron Fan, Walter Lebowitz, Dr.
Sanford Levine, board members; J. Bernard
Spector, corresponding secretary; Philip Pos-
telnik; Dr. Harry E. Wolk, immediate past pres-
ident of Brotherhood; Joseph Alter, board mem-
ber. Top row are Joseph Ash, board member;
Jack M. Fink, a Brotherhood vice president;
Marvin Pehr, board member.
Father's Day
Boatride Sunday
Lebediker Branch of Parband
v. ill hold a lather's Day boatride
on Sunday.
The all-day function will be held
in the Dreamboat, leaving the
City Yacht Basin on Iliscayne
Blvd. and 5th St., at 9:30 a.m.
Program will include dancing,
-inging and a series of recita-
tions.
Joseph Zuckerman said that
Farband members and their
lriends are invited to "a full day
of sun-tanning, amusement and
cultural."
Accompanying community sing-
ing will be mandolins, guitars and
violins.
BRUSSELS (JTAi Le Soir,
Belgium's largest dailj newspap-
(r, asserted that Josef Mengele.
the Ion.; hunted "selection doctor"
(.; the Auschwitz death camp, was
in hiding in North Paraguay un-
der the protection of one of the
most influential armj officers "i
the regime.
According to tn- reports, Men
t-ele entered Paraguay from
Buenos Aires in October. 1358, and
ri 1959 he received Paraguayan
i ationality though he had not
been a resident of the country
for live years as required by law.
Immediately en arrival in
Aruncion, the report said, he
was taken under the protection
of Robert Jung, a businessman
who made it his aim, immediate-
ly after the ce'lapse of Hit-
ler's Germany, to settle former
Nazis in Paraguay.
Mengele mixed freely with var-
ious circles in Asuncion until i960,
when Adolf Kichiiiaiin was seized
.ind brought to Israel From ti.
lime on. Mengele was a Bl
man. However, he was not b<
lieved to be in immediate thr<
of arrest because in- extradition
might be difficult m view >f his
present nationality.
it was also indicated thai Men-
gele might be involved in smut
gling acth ities exposure of whi< h
could compromise men in high
military position and that he v
protected by the "Cuchiollcro-
men armed with knives who pi
tect the security of military chie:
ind smugglers Mengele's secur-
ity was portrayed as being final-
ly dependent on the continuation
of the Stroesser dictatorship in
Paraguay.
Robyn Tubin Chapter
Robyn Tubin Chapter the
City ol Hope will hold a brunch in
the" Jefferson store Auditorium
lfi3rd St.. on Sunday. July 12.
11 a.m. Program will inclu
games, entertainment and pri/.c-
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VIENNA (XTA> The libel
trial <>f Austrian Chancellor Josef
Klaus against a former concen-
tration camp survivor who charg-
ed the chancellor with having been
a member of a Nazi storm troop
group opened here this week.
Viktor Matejkrt. a leading mem-
ber of the Austrian Communist
Party, charged that the Chancel-
lor had been a member ol the
illegal group In 1938 before the
occupation of Austria. Matejka
also publicly accused Chancellor
p;iaus of not having intervened
during the Nazi regime tor a man
ramed Staudt, who died in a con-
centration camp Matejka said
Klaus then had the power to 00
so
The attorney tor the Chancellor
submitted a statement at the trial
denying thai the chancellor had
s ever been a member of any Nazi
organization and thai he could not
bave intervened for staudt be-
cause he had no connections with
the Nazis,
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At the annual Recognition Assembly, marking
the !ait session of the school year at Beth Am
Religious School, the faculty presents a play,
'That Was the Year That Was," especially
written and directed by one of the parents of
the congregation, Eliezer Greenstein. The
retire, based on the workings of the Religious
School office and the parade of business that
passed through its door, featured standing deft
to right) Norman Singer. Jean Probinsky, Pris-
cilla Perry. Bobby Singer, Erwin Marshall, Lil-
lian Ross. Bunny Holtzman, Hortense La-
Guette, Carole Roth. Sguatting are Jerome
Robinson and Linda Rovin. Not shown is
Betty Traurig, who provided the accompani-
ment for the musical numbers.
5591 Ninth Graders
r.-^ of the ninth grade at the Hebrew Academy are
1 h: -vr. during one of their projects to rai&e funds for a trip to
Washington. Shown front row (left to right* are Thomas Weiss,
Marc Sommer. chairman. Rear are Barry Benenfeld and Mark
r _r..:r.. Also assisting in the project were Sandra Ehrenreich
> ..a Irene Malavsky.
Reform Rabbis Study Possible
Loss of Jewish Identity in US
By Special Report
V'RK Whether or not
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The keynote of the convention
was delivered by the CCAR
president, Leon l Feuer, Colling-
uocd Avenue Temple, Toledo. 0..
evening meet
Tuesday, June !fi A report on
tional activities of the
lj as delh < red
mi rning by its
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Off on Trip
To Washington
The ninth grade graduating
class of the Hebrew Academy-
bid farewell to family and friend*
and embarked upon a long-awaited
class trip to Washington, D. C,
on Sunday.
Plans for the trip started
months ago when at a class meet
ine students dreamily began to
talk about "How nice it would be
to take a trip to our nation's cap-
ital."
But these dreams were soon to
become a reality as the ambitious
ninth graders got into action
First, permission was granted
by school officials, and faculty
members volunteered to cha| 01
one the trip Four major proji -
were then conceived to raise the
funds.
On Sunday. Dec 8. every Acad
.my ninth grader became a car-
uasher for the day. Then' cer
tainly were plenty of dirty cars
and enough anxious customers,
but the profits were low.
Next project was an outstanding
talent show featuring Hebrew
Academj students. Professionals
included Alan Victor and guest
celebrity. Myron Cohen, who was
so excited about the plans that
he left some spending money for
the trip with the ninth graders,
'iho next became candy salesmen,
peddling Passover candies. "Un-
fortunately thai protect turned
out to be 1 sour one." the students
recall
The Senior Class yearbook pro-
jecl finally set the ninth graders
on their feet, So. with suitcases
p: eki 1 and tickets clutched Hi
I.' in their hands, they wire on the
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"The development of each child
to his maximum potential is the
aim of more than 350 boys and
-iris who began their activi-
ties at YM and YWHA day camps
on Monday morning," stated ller-
-hel Roseothal, president of the
YM and YWHA of Greater Miami.
"The pn.-rani will provide eight
weeks Oi camping experience at
home for children who are not
yet ready to attend overnight
camp or who cannot attend such
camps. Through the group work
method, under the capable dlrec
tion of trained social workers with
their Master's degree in social
work, all children will have an
opportunity to have I health) sum-
mer of activity as they develop
i..w skill-, learn new ideas and
above all. to get along with each
other a- part Of the democratic
practice."
These camps will be conducted
. eight week- beginning June
15. five days a week. Mow
through Friday, from 9 a.m. to
I p m.
Enrollment in these three day
camps is -till going on Parents
who are interested in providing
their children with this kind of
social group work practice should
contact the Miami "Y" at 450 SYV
16th Ave.
Children between the ages of
4'2 and 12 may be enrolled for
either four or eight weeks. The
activity schedule includes swim-
ming instruction, athletics, arts
and crafts, dramatics, singing
storytelling and nature lore. Red
Cross-qualified waterfront safety
instructors are in charge of each
of the swimming pools, and full
time arts and cratts specialists
arc assigned to each camp.
'Wife Club Wife'
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Wi-t Miami 223. will hold it- to.
nual Nite Club Nite" on -
9 30 p.m in the Tamhorm.
of the Carillon Hotel !
will be used for the An
community service progr;
eluding the Veteran- \
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A committee Ol student- fro::-.
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Friday, June 19. 1964
lew 1st Fhrkflati
Page 13-A
luestion Box on Important Matters of Belief
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do some insist upon having
the marriage ceremony take
place under the open sky?
It i felt that this is a good
om< :i The idea is that the mar-
riagt takes place under the
stars SO that the couple may have
children as plentiful as the stars
in Heaven, similar to the bless-
ing given the Patriarch Abraham
(Rabbi Moses IsseriesShulchan
Aruk. Eben Hoczer. 391).
*
Why is it customary for the
groom to offer a learned dis-
course at the wedding feast?
\ number of reasons are ad-
need for this practice. In the
lirsl place any festive gathering
. considered incomplete without
cit Toiah learning This
-i- the level of the gathering
tMiii that of a gluttonous (east
it ol a meaningful and pur
assembly Generally, it
it that if .lews gather to
ite any happy occasion
must also display their hap
-- with their historic culture
rah.
claim that the groom
illy deliver^ the discourse
nodding because tradition
.id down ii|>on one who would
in- daughter unto an ignor
man. The groom's discourse
....> that such was not the
Others claim it i- because
_nn)ui on lii- wedding day is
l unto a K i n l; or a Prince
.' tt-wra's always the cuMom ol
e King to proclaim words "i
' ih- aimiii: his people Inter
timj*|s the custom that devel-
oped among some people, that
the groom begins his disserta-
tion and is quickly interrupted
by the audience so that he does
not finish it. It is possible that
this practice may have develop-
ed so as not to embarrass those
grooms who may have little or
no knowledge of such subjects.
Almost anyone can beginand if
he need not finish, no one need
fear embarrassment because of
ignorance.
Some claimed that the practice
of the grooms dissertation was
an indication that marriage was
not to be considered an end to
the groom's experience of learn-
ing and study Rather it was
to be the beginning of a new
cycle of study. Study enriches
family life and raises the level
of the family relationship above
the plane ol mere animal life.
* < *
Why do some women consider it
a special tradition to rise
earlier on Friday in order to
bake the Challahs (Sabbath
bread) for the Sabbath?
General!) speaking, the pre-
lion for the Sabbath was
considered t>> be a matter of Te-
l: cni- -i mificance, This is
uh.it the Bible meaqt, according
to some by such commands as
"Remember the Sabbath day."
When one has to perform a reli-
gious obligation the virtuous
manner is t.> rise early and
hurry to keep the command-
ments
In the case "t the Challahs lor
the Sabbath the Talmud relates
that Ezra, the scribe, had made
B special decree for women to
bake their bread early in the
mornin* ,, Friday because of
the fact that the poor, who have
to rely upon the generosity of
other Jews for their Sabbath
needs go collecting their alms
early on the eve of the Sab-
bath so as not to have to violate
the Sabbath. (Talmud Bavli,
Baba Kamma 82a). Thus the
housewife bakes her bread early,
so that if the poor come to call
for a loaf early it would be
ready for them; also that they
would have a sufficient time to
prepare extra loaves for the
sake of the poor.
*
What is a "Shaitel?" Why is
worn?
A '"Shaitel'" is a wig. Pious
Jewish women wear one because
of a restriction which prohibits
a woman from displaying her
own hair in public. The reason
for the prohibition was a matter
of modesty in public life. There
was a genuine concern regard
ing the possibility of women
arousing the Instincts of other
nun with their beautiful hair.
Our v own modern sex crimes
required women actually to cov-
er their hair in public, if fhey
were to observe the full meas-
ure of required modesty. Cur-
rently, the matter will now vary
with customeither the custom
of the locality, or the custom
which the individual woman in-
herits from her own mother or
from the religious community
u hen she has been so trained.
We will thus find some women
wearing these wigs, while others
do not consider them sufficient
and constantly wears a covering
of some sort over their hair.
President Eliahu Elath, of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
(center), meets with Miami leadership <">f the American Friends
of the Hebrew University at a national leadership conference
in New York City. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Riikin
vice president of the South Florida Division and national
board member, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, president
which are rising at an alarming of the South Florida Division, national vice president and
member of the Board of Governors. Not shown are Herbert S.
Shapiro, chairman of the Girts and Bequests Committee, and
Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, national board members; Mr. and Mrs
Joseph I. Yanich. regional director.- and Mrs. Edyth H. Geiger
executive secretary, who were present among the more than
250 leaders of American Jewish communities from all parts ot
the country. Principal speakers, m addition to Elath included
Dr. Albert B. Sabin. Presiding was Judge Simon E. Sobeloff
rate should be sufficient to make
us understand the motives of the
authorities who originall) prohi-
bited a Jewish woman from
displaying her own hair in pub-
lic. Some authorities considered
it permissible for her to wear
this iu >') that the hair she dis-
played would not be her own.
It is interesting that some au-
thorities did not consider the ,
wearing of a wig sufficient and j
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crvices
'.UDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avt.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel , e------
lANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 19th Ae.
Conservative Rabbi Abraham S'.h-
warts
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lETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
day I p "i Saturday : :i m Bar
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Mr*, i ianli I Cloogman
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EtTH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
R.nbhi Solomon Schitt.
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t-'TH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho
- a Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
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L- tm JACOB. 301-311 Washington
-ve Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
C intor Maurice Mamches
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BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
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H M O S H E CONGREGATION
6X> W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Simon .April. Cantor Hyman
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IS p 111. Be.rm.on Tii. i 'holce
Bai Mitavah am.. Bui
r Mr, and Mrs It u rj K" --
- urda) s is :, m
TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *ve.
thodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
I ; th TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
oilo Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Bl tm TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conierv itlve. Rabbi Max Lip-
"'it Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
' Turn.
in Siiiurda) i IS ., m B if
i,.-.. -,.n ,.| Mi and Mr*
Hlmelfarb; Steven, son of
ml Mr*, II. in > Bwatl
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B .Al RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
ons-rvative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
.intor Jack Lerner.
IS I'.ni Sermon: "Bringlna.
r'a .. Baturda) I Am uwion
i|i '-.'' |..m.
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-'GLER QHANADA 50 NW 51st
WANTED
HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHER
State quaificatiens and salary
expected. Write L.G., c e
P.O. Bos 2973, Miami, Flo. 33101
CANDLE LIGHTING TIME
9 Tamur 6:55 p.m.
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeid. Cantor George Goldberg.
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FT. LAUOERDALE EMANUEL '801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groat.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BjINAI, 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehuda*
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
PYldaj 8:10 p.m. Baturda) 8:45 a.m.
Sermon "The Anomal) ol rhlmerleul
It. v ..lillioll- "
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.

MIAMI BEACH. ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeai Weber,
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
hYi,i;i\ 6:30 e in Saturday 9 :> m
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
ervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Fii.i.iv p.m Baturda) S 15 :i m Ber-
I mn: "Hai-ilah'o :i- .1 Conditioner.
Bar Mitavah Steven, son ol Mr. and
Mis. 1 'harlei Roeen
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baiungard. Cantor Charles
Keener.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Pi i '.ii s l.". p m will In he con-
ducted by It MaiirU-i \\ Samuel*
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stein^r.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Copviser.
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TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabb
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex
ander Cohen.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei.
Priday 8:30 p.m, Sermon: "Like Pa-
ther. Like BonTr......r PalaeT" Sat-
urday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mitavah Rich
ard, -..ii ,,i Mr, and Mm. Qera.li
Brown.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Priday p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser
mon: "The Loel Commandment A
Km tlier.- Day Meaaajce."
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
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TEMPLE JUDSA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet.
I Friday 8:13 pm fluent spiritual lead-
er: Rabbi Morrla Kipper. Mra. Mar-
vin Uevln will hlens the Sabbath i-an
ii.- Hurrj Carney iii plaj the or-
gan.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional RabDi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Saturday, vr. a.m Bar Maltvah: Dn-
\i.i. ..n nf Mr, and Mr.-. Robei i
Molko.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16tn St.. Miami. Rabb'
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin
Israel Porush. ninth grade student and president of the Stu-
dent Body of the Hebrew Academy, presents a check to Oscar
Mamber, chairman of the Residents' Division. South Beach,
and member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The check represents funds raised by the
Academy students for the local Federation annually. Look-
ing on is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy.
Beth Am Honors Two Groups Here
WELL KNOWN CANTOR
Baritone, interpreter ef Hebrew
I'turg,. perfect Scroll render. seeks
High Holy Days or Yeorly Position.
PHONE 865-8806
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructions Rabbi
Morns Skoo. C intor Herman Gott-
lieb.
f i Ida i 1:11 p.m Sermon Vi e Jet* -
Still in Kxlli -
Km Mitavah Ro> ol Mi and
Mi Leonard last Idaon
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St Conoervat
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Priday 9:15 p.m. New llwiit* on the
road to the Temple will be dedicated.
Suturda) u am, Bar Mitavah: Uarj
Stephen, eon of Mr and Mis Irving
reUnia.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
i Priday 8 10 n m, r-ermon: "Return and
Rcuppraiaal. UneH Bhnbbai hoal
Mi hi.I Mi- Ralph Klin.-, in i
ul the forthoomlna inarriane ol the '
-ii. M dill. to Mi-- l.y nn Ann Su
.tit Buturda) 9 a.m Sermon "Week-
\ |*oi tlon
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YOUNG ISHAL.L 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox Ri Bherwin Btauber
::. i m sa turdaj v i.h
i .,, ..j ihi Week
Temple Beth Am. at its Friday
evening service at 8:30 p.m.
honored two groups: the Temple
hoir and its director, Mrs. Selma
Baumgard, as well as students
.vho have won art and essa)
iwards from the Bureau of Jewish
Education during the past year.
Included among the honorees
a as Jeffrey Rosenberg, who won
the Southeastern Bible Contest
sponsored by the Department of
Education and Culture of the.Jew-
ish Agency and World Jewish
Bible Society.
Among the art and essay contest
winners honored was Marcia
Feld, Alice llenretig. Larry For-
man. Robin Corinblum. Karen
Steinberg, Uarcy Schiff. Jeffrey
Rosenberg, and David Shields.
Beth Am won a total of eight
out of a possible 14 honors, in
competition with other synagogues
throughout the South Florida area.
Principal of the Religious School
i- Mrs. Harry Ross.
Members of the Temple choir
honored included Mrs. Jerome
Anapol. Mrs. Edward Salem. Mrs.
Marvin Stenning, Mrs. Ellis
Tarsches, Mrs. Robert Grossberg-
er, Mrs Bernard Abbott, Mrs. Har-
vey Aibel. Mrs. Norman Ashbes.
Mrs Marvin FeMman, Arthur Le-
vin. Dr Stanley Wellins, Lewis
Gillis, Herman lsis and Wilfred
Rose. Mrs
organist.
Ellen Wellins is the
When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calk
When your family celebrates a
sixteenth birthday, announces
an engagement or the birth of
a new baby, or moves to a new
home, your Welcome Wagon
Hustess will call with a basket
of gifts...and friendly greeting*
from the religious, civic
and business leaders of
our community

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As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Private Hassidic Patrol Has Unhappy 'Vigilante' Connotation
FORMATION OF a private radio car
* patrol bj Hassidic Jews In Brook-
ns rown Heights area raiaea a num-
t .'i sensitive speculations all worth]
: (in e attention bj criminologiats, atu
-tits >i Interracial and intctrrtjttfkMU re-
lationships, governmental units and all
g ving careful thought about the frictions
ol our era.
The pain>l was formed after Jewish
dri 11 were attacked in an area close by the border ol
the Crown Heights section (Jewish) and the Bedford-Stuy-
sanl Negro district The assailants were young Negroes
Man> conclude immediately'that race is the dominant
s-ue in tins tense situation. Actually, the cardinal fac-
tor is crime Racial conflict is important but a secondary
aspect in this highly, important urban drama. New York
City registered at 43 percent increase In crimes ol vi<
lone.' in January, 1984, over January, 1063. Police offi-
cers and the courts therefore have increased responsi
bility.
The establishment of the Hassidic private ratio car
patrol may ease the concern of thousands in the ."<->
but it is not the answer to the crisis The answer 1- in
law, in the officers of the law. in increased vigilance by
the law enforcement officials.
For regardless ot how high the motives of the private
patrol, this constitutes a corps of vigilantes Such a cadre
is 111 the tradition ol unauthorized snoopers down a Mood)
trail ot American history; and this Is a painful tradi
Copifof Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Gone is the 0U Atmosphere of 'Gevald'
u ashingtoni
THE REAL significance ol the
bospitalit) extended by Presi
dent Lyndon 11. Johnson to Prime
Minister Levi Bshkol is the nor-
realization ol relation- between |
the United state- and Israel
<; me is the atmosphere of "Ge
l! seemed that every Mon
day and Thursday friends of Is
n el used to fly excitedly to Washington to protest
si me anti Israel treachery Crisis situations still
Occur. But they are handled more quietly through
the normal Israel diplomatic channels.
Normalcy has developed because of Israel's con-
si hdation and increased strength. But a vital fac-
tor is the response of the White House. The new
situation began developing during the Kennedy Ad-
ministration. The late President. John F. Kennedy.
took Israel's problems seriously He met with with
David Ben-Gurion. then Israeli Premier, in New
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Dr. Wise Recalled
THE OTHER NIGHT we heard
Dr Nahum Goldmann, presi-
lent of the World Zionist Organi
tation and the World Jewish >
ress, lecture on Stephen Wise
lefore an orgi nlzatiori known as
he Brith Rishonim, It is a
ivhat' unusual organization
have to be a membei ol ..
rj aniiation for thirty
years oe aide to .torn, so as Morris Marguhe*
etarj of the organisation explained, il you are
not already .1 member, join .1 Zionist organization
now and you will be eligible for membership In
13*4, Just sin yean before the LMst century begins
1 imagine Stephen Wise will not be entirely
forgotten even then He was a great personality
No one quite Oils this void. Nowadays with com-
puters ready to take over, maybe the age of great
personalities has pas-ed The age ot push buttons
ha- arrived.
Dr Goldmann thought thai Wise was distiu
gui-heri by three major characteristics He had a
treat deal of pride. Wise's Zionism stemmed from
his Jewish pride He had not suffered trom po-
groms or the sufferings that hsd turned so many
Jews into Zionists. It was his Jewish pride. He
did not want the Jews to be the recipients even
of the tolerance of others, but stand mar.tully on
their own feet. The second notable quality in Wise
was his courage While most people shrink from
enlisting in an unpopular cause. Dr Wee almost
leaped 3t the opportunity to do so
He liked the challenge, the resistance. The third
f Wise, thought the speaker
,'..- hi- kindness This Quality, said l'r QaMmam,
rarest to be found among leaders, Dr Gofd-
mann v>ot:'d hj\e no difficulty, he said, in point
mg to the al tins quality in many lea lei-
Many of them are arrogant, some even contemp
tuous ot thi.; ,. but Stephen Wise tally
identified himself with his follower- and his kind
ness such, thai he was apt to give bDnseli to
the cause oi a simple person who needed help with
the tame lavish dedication as he would to a great
To Wise, said Dr Goldmann. the enotgssi ot
.Jewish life was important. Zioni-m, Jewish char
itv. Jewish education, all were rolled into one in
his mind
Hu pre*Uge was as great across the seal 11
in America In Poland, in Eastern Europe, so
greatly was he admired by the Jews there that they
referred to the American dollar as "the Stephen."
Vork Citj In May 1961 A surprising!) candid dis-
cussion occurred
About this time a change in official Wasl
ton philosoph) became discernible To all but some
die hard Stati Department elements, Israel became
accpted as a nation worthy ol serious considers
tlon rather than as a little Near Eastern "Nootl-
nick."
The first tangible indication was President
Kennedy's decision to provide Hawk anti-aircraft
missiles to Isreal. For the first time an arrange-
ment was made for VS. Army to train Israeli sol-
diers. Israeli missile trainees began arriving at
Fort Bliss. Tex.
Another sign of the White House mood was
President Kennedy's designation of one of his clos-
est aides. Myer Feldman. to advise him on the Is
raeli situation.
Feldman made two trips to Israel in line with
Kennedy's policy. More recently he Went on be-
half of the new Preisdent to help arrange the- F.sh
kol visit. Feldman did much behind the scenes
to normalize Israel American relations.
The new approach to Israel initiated by Ken
nedy continued in logical sequence under Presi-
dent Johnsoi.. As Senate Majority Leader. John-
..m was no stranger to Israel's problems. During
the tt56-ltS7 Sinai-Sue7 crisis, he led the Congress
lonal delegation which interceded with President
Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles to see that Israel gol fair treatment
President Johnson lost no time in redesigns!
mg Feldman to continue as special White House
adviser on Jewish issues, Johnson, as a Senator.
even more personal contact with the l-'
Arab situation than did Kennedy when the latter
served in the Senate Johnson insisted on sti
pro-Israel planks in the Democratic part) platfoi -
at a number ol national conventions His attil
toward Egypt's Nasser was formulated during I
L9SI -
Johns,,n promoted New Frontiersman Feldman
to the post ol Special Counsel Feldman handles ..
Ie range ilized duties, Including relations
with Congress and Federal agencies His status
i> on a far higher level than the role- ot tlu pre
views white House staff member who advised
Presidents Eisenhower and Truman on Jewish mat-
ti rs
Israel's stature has become apparent in con-
trast to the immaturity and instability m neighbor-
ing states Her progress is viewed in Washington
by non-Jews as akin to the "miracles ol develop-
ment in postwar West Germany, France, and Italy
The Israeli aid programs in Africa. Asia, and Latin
America have won admiration. Israel's pro-West-
M Orientation added to the respect accorded her.
Vital issues involving Israel and America re
main to be resolved But it is clear that the level
of harmony and constructive dialogue promote*
confidence ,in both sides
Similar motivation has spawned the vigilante n
Oi the South The Ku Klu\ Klan. the White Citizi
ed. the trigger-quick white supremacists are evi
enees in troubled states where passions over ran rthe
and boil
All of us who have read about or been witness I
of the chapters of pogrom and other forms ol anl
violence are naturally depressed by the offet -.
milted by Negroes against Jews in Crcvvn Heights The
violence must be quickly ended by those agencii
missioned by the electorate to curb such ex<
bring the wrongdoers to court.
In this crucial summer of unrealized demand
\, {roes Ol \nien.a. we shall need more than thi
, ,,i patience ami understanding l'i 1 this
,,,,1, 1 sui md the peaceful March
ington I mmor of filibuster and bo
by those who cam deepest in their hearts thi
racial justice In such a testing time, new l<
command as they press for added militanc)
mined idealists move with amazing ceura in)
iition
V roes an n ore apt to listen to Louis 1 1
Malcolm X than lo the tea Ol I"'." 1 I
When Mi Lomax reminds Ihem thai it has
.,.,,.. n 1, v \ erica for 300 years 1
thai gang killings Will take place across the n.
voice ma) well be mon persuasive than thai
Luthci K.ii'-;. staking all on nonviolent resist
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Money Doesn't Do It
1 Hollywood
STANLEY SHAPIRO 11 CS
** coauthor and producer >l
"Bedtime Story." the screen com-
edy starring Marlon Brando. Dav
id Niven, Shirley Jones and mark-
ing the feature film bow of tele
vision director Ralph Levy, in
spite ol its multi-million dollai
budgel ami expensive mounting costs, it has turned
out to be a run-of-the-mill movie.
Shapiro, who had collaborated on the Academy-
Aw.ird-winmng "Pillow Talk" as well as on such
hits as That Touch of Mink "Lover Come Back,'
"Come September." "Operation Petticoat,
"The Perfect Furlough." must have run out
ideas when he invented the character of L'.S
Fred Bentson given an obnoxious portray,
1 ho takes adt intage of virtuous
the romantic surroundn
it 1 ntains Brando's Bents
iuse antt-Amei
- lid his superficial!) perl
ter Mac white in
\
Thi eight taste is reached i hi 1
: the use oi his legs ai
(smart his girl ai
1 mom > The
Go< ring are not witl
' se us nh< -.. the Nazi regime in actio

Stanley will do better with hi-
I which he wrote in coll.!''
N Monaster and will produce for I':..
- summer Leslie Caraa has be*
to co-star with Rock Hudson, portrayinj
ntghter whom Hudson agrees to roi
. .1 favor to him
Arrbut Joel Ratz, executive vice preside
Lautus Production, a television subsidiary 1
mount Picture- has announced that hi* 00
completi episode each of the TV sei
The Nurses" and "The Defenders" in Hoi.
because ol a strike by the United Scenic Art.
New York -which has been settled in the
time
Between You and Me: By BORIS SrVMHAR
Doubt Now Rising About Ecumenical Direction
?here has been certain dout
among some American Jewish leai
era as to the nature of the declaratio
on Catholic-Jewish relations which th
Ecumenical Council is expected lo adop
at its forthcoming session this fall Th
audience given last week bj Pope Pai
VI tii a delegation ot the America
Jewish Committee has greatly contrl
buted to the disspeUing ot those doubts.
I understand that the Ponttfl was told by me aewgauon
that Jewish world expect, from n,,, Ecumenical Council
the absolution ot the Jew- from the Blame of crucilvitf
Jesus
Morris Abrsm. who as president of the American
Jewish committee headed the delegation, emphasized
especially thai the possible rectification ot the deteide
story has arouaaed keen expeetatka in the 1
AI I' all cardinals and bishop* in
Slateswith the exception of oneare prat-
nutted to support at the FcumemcaJ Count-:.
lion on Catholic-Jewish reUttoaa drafted in aha
So are the cardinals and bishop, from Fran,- i
Germany, Latin American countries and even >
Spain.
However, there is -till strong opposition to -
declaration on the part of some Italian bishop-
rse on the part of some 70 Arab bishops Thi
ance* oi Pape Paul VI to the American Jewish
tee delegation will, no doubt, make the opponent -
Side* th, fact th.t the Pontilf sentiments are is
of a statement by the Council Fathers condemain
Senntism and rectifying the deicide story

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Mi. underalsned, dealrlng t.. engage
in l.u-i: -- '.i.i the ii- liii'.'i- name
win.i.i: \i- \i:i-mi:ni's at 23SO
' IV* M ..in I Ii r i Intends to
- .1 name with the Clerk of
hi 'ii- ill Court of I lade > 'ountj,
Florida.
II VRRY X HANK. IFF
Rl H1ERT II TR Vl'RIG
An..i ii, > for Applicant
12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 17T7-C
IN RE Eatate of
. HK>W3E P. 8PICBAJI
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All riMilitorx ami -*ll Paraoaa Hav-
ing I'lmiiis or 1..'iiihih1- At;aiti-t >'aid
Eatate:
You are hereby nutlfi> 1 and re-
quired to in.sent any clalma and .!-
in.in.Is vrhlch you may hive aaainst
the estat,- of '.."I1.-I- P sin./ak ..as, il late ..f Cook <"..unt>, Illinois.
to the Count) Judcea of I'a.l.- Coun-
No. 63369-A
In RE Batata of
II IRRY .: IRD" IN
|.. .,-. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* and All Peraona IT..v-
ini- ..r i \ -i Bald
Betnte:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. i.i,-,iii an) clalma and de-
iii.....la *. h ii !> ..ii in iv ha\ <
Ho eatate of HARRY GORDON
deceaaed late of I>ade t'ounty, Flor-
ida, to the i'ounl) .in.in. ..f l>ade
County, and file the aame In dupli-
cate and a- prut ided In Si i lion
[733.16, Florida Statutea, In their of-
'1 5-12-19-26 t'i. in the I'oiinty I'oiirtliouse in
_________!Dade County. Florida, within sis cal-
: -n.iai montha from the time of the
, fir-t publication hereof, or the aame
will be barred;
Dated at .Miami, Florida, thia 1st
.lay of J in. All. ISM.
1.D11S HEIMAN
As Executor ..f Estate of
Harry Gordon, i N.....need
.MYKIts, HEIMAN A: KAPLAN
By LoLl.s HEIMAN
Artorneya for Executor
115a s\v 1st street
Miami, Florida MHO
; S-1JM9-J6
ty. and file the aami In duplicate and
within -i\ calendar months from |aa provided i" Seetlon 7M.M, Florida
lime ..t the tust publication h. re Statute*, In lh< Ii offlei In the ("oun-
ii. name will be barred 11>- t'ourthouaa In Padt County, Klor-
'i ii Miami, Florida, Hi nth Ida, thin -\ calendar montha rr.un
I June, A I'. 1961 thi tline ..f ih.- itr-t pubNcHtlon here-
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f, or th< aame will bi b
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TH JUD.C ML CIRCUIT \1 ANU
>H DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6570
. iN i.t u IS and MINNIE
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MATIIK d E.MEUEN
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<-t OF PUBLICATION
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLIi NTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT-' '-' '-NCERY
So MC 4329
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NOTICE OF SUiT
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for I '> t"
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lim dp* ilbeil real pi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3896
THE WlI.I.IAMSniRUH SAVINGS
BANK,
Plaintiff,
va
I \\li:> K GRl MS'l'i: \p. .i iis, il,
I ..:' ii i
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl I. ..'.ii. i. N, --. -"ii. Ri -I".
Tn., ,. i her
f |1\ Ina and II di id,
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redil Il
oi olhei cla in-.in- nit by,
. ... .
ndant w ho may be de -
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s .. i notll .-.1 t hat the
.... n in -
.
hi llth Ju ult ..f
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.- upon the f"l-
o Inx di i n.'.l real pi.....
l...t 32, Him k :: N. IRW '. 'I EH-TH
\ I il UTli IN SB" "l"n >N TWt.. ... -
I the I .ii then of, re-
ih ,| in Plal Hooh 65 .u Pane 109
Ri. "i il* ..[ I lade i'.iiiii-
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aw to pla Hi ii ompl ilnl with the
i i, ii, ,.i the rori -ai.i Co irt, and
-.ii. a cop) i h.-i .-.:' upon pla
\i \ i: i I \ I 'INK, I iih Floor,
I i.oi. Eedei Build M ami 12,
than Jul> I, 1864,
or u Decree Pro Confewao will !> en-
j
DATE1>: Ma) 27,
K II li: VTIIBR.M \N
. era of ih, i 'ircuil '..uit
II) .' r COPEDAND
ill \ 'li rk
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Mtoine) for I
l iih Fltmi I inde l. d< rul Ulda;.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOLS NAME LAW
i: is 11 i: 'i a GIVEN
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of MINIM.'
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II HADE GROCERY I iRP.
v V|t\ IN I \\ IE>
\ .nt
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6072
W HEITCHIK ,v SI i.\s. INC a
I'. an-* i\ania ..irporatlon
Plaintiff,
JOBEN REALTY INC., ., Florida
corporation, el al,
l fendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Flrat National Hank of Boaton,
a national baklnir naaoclation or-
Ranlaed under the law- of the
i nlted stat.s
i Federal Street
Boaton, Maaaanhuaatta
YOU are hereby tlotif|,,|
above raptioned ait Ion ha*
Mtitiue.1 auainst yon in the Circuit
''"'li'' "f ""' Eleventh Judicial Circuit
f Florida in an.I for Hade County to
.forecloae .i mortgage upon the follow-
ing daacrlbed property:
I'areel 1; ]^,t pight ,S) f,f |:|,k
Horty-flve (45) of COMMERCIAL
SI'liHIVlSliiN HE ALTON BEACH
according to the i-iat thereof, re-
' oi ded In Plal Book I at Page 5 "f
the Public Recorda of Dade County
Florida;
Parcel 2: All of It* riht. title and
Intereat aa Leaaee by aaelgnment in
.ii.i i" that certain ninety-nine year
a-- made by Albert C. Fowler an
unmarried man. ami Dlxlt B, Hay-
don (formerly Dixie E, Sullivan),
joined by her huaband, C. B. Hay-
don, tile said Albert C. Fowler ami
the -ml Dixie I-:. Haydon (former-
ly Dixie E. Sullivan) acting In their
capaoltlea as Indlviduala and a*
Executor ami Executrix reapectlve-
ly of the Last win and r. stain, nt
..f ni\i,. l, Fowler, deceaaed aa
Lessor, to Martin Realt) Co., a
Florida r-orporatlon, as Leaaee, dated
July II, 1940, filed Jul) IT. Ii'l" ami
! "i.l. 'i in .... .| Book 2079 at Page
'II of the Public Record* of Daili
County, Florida, covering the follow-
ing described property, iate, Iv-
Ing ami i Ing in I "a,I- Counl Flor-
ida, i.i-ii it :
Lot Nine .'> of Blm k !" r'\ -five
1 !') "I Cl I.MMERCIAL SIHDIVlS-
l<.\ i IK AI Tl IN BEACH
the Plal thereof, i ded In
Plat II ok ii i
li. Itei orda of I '...I. I ount)
Tos-ethi r nh the nxHllfic 11
. I ted A | il
I I .1 Hook -" : at Pagi
127 "i thi P lilt. I.. i Had,
I lila
Together with all utrui
Impio\.in. in.- now aii.i | .
an.Is an.I i he flxl in
Iheti to, and all i enta, Issued, pro-
- and profile ncci ulna an.I to
a. .. from .i.i pi .-. -. all ..i
whli u li 'l uitliin thi
dew Iption and hub,
hi "i Also all gas, *tea
wuti r and ot hi r he iting,
refrigeration, llghtlns, plumhin*.
veniiiaiine. irrigating and powei
B)-8ti in- and fixture*, wl i
are or maj hnreafti n to ,,i
be us.-.i with, in or on
sea, even though tin j b. di
or ii. ta. liable.
v 'i ai required to fill -111 1. -
ewi 1 t.. plaintiff's complaint n iih the
1 "Il rk of 1 he afot. ii.i 1 "ourt, ami
Nerve a cop) thereof upon plaintlff'a
attorney* MARTIN FINE and BER-
NARD JACOBSON, liih E, r Dade
I'. .1. il Building, Miami. Florida SS13I
not later than July ;. 1964 or a De-
cree Pro 1'"in..-.-.. iii be entered
agalnat you.
Dated: June I, 1964,
E. B. LEA THERM AN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) lly K M. I.VMA.N.
1 leputy Clerk
Martin Pine & Bernard Jacobaon
Attorne) for Plaintiff
llth Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami, Florida M131
6/5-18-19-81
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6068
JOSE NAY MUM and l IRA
BCHBVERRIA de NAVARRi ,
hi- ^^ if.-.
Plaintiff*,
\ -
rilU I P RIVER \. IK ..!
VDEI.IN \ RIVER \. el al,
11 .. .
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tl VI RTFS sl A .1
PHILIP Kl V I'K V. .I R .
ADELINE RIVER V. ,I< 'SBPI11NK
\ i.\ \i:i:z. a k .1 MRS PHILH
RIVERA, 1: IOSE RAFAEI
': 1.1 s ititis, n 1 i- 11 .1 1. \ .-
I>ll MJHICBVIC, "t'nVI KB'
MERCI M. VENEZl 'I. \N ('
\ lion, KLASH
' EN VRLSEN 6 CO., SCCRS
' \ .. Vem
llll e an.I '
I .1 M.I -I 1I1--..U ,1.
(miivn p.

lee* 1 Itors,
or "i hei h i-e. b) .. nd
1 hrough, undei 01 nsalnat thi
M. .1 .lei. '
ii-i all .ih.: partii
or claim m; to ha> 1
lltli or Inter. mil tn thi
ied. Ri al-
ii ii. unkn >w n
V. if m:k HER CRY Xi ""i El'"11 >
mplalnl for Fo e of M011 -
ii.i- -----11 til.-.1 aRalnsi ^..i on the
following described property, to-wlt:
L-.t I, In Bio. k IS of K BYS d iN S
ISI.ANIi No. 4. ... I'lnif t"
plal thereol recorded In P -
- ,1 Pag. 61 ..f the Public K. orda
.-I Dade l 'ount y, i-,
an.I \ ..a ari hereb) req 11 pj "i ) our Anawi 1 m the
Complain! .-ii thi
i'l.urn uf- ami file the 1 '1 Iglnal
-. 1 In the ill i. ol thi fieri
fore the 6th
of July, 1964 I..
lion* of aald 'omplalnl will 1
lb; \.. 1
1... 1
1: H LEATHERM \N

|| MAR
' ". .
', .. psi iN a lAMtl
Mtorneya foi Pla Inl
ii U.....I
Miami la .0 b. F
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jenisli fhwidHari
solicits Your legal notfcar*.
W* appreciat* yonr
patronage and auarantM
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I'll 3-46#5
for messenger serrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60846 A
IN ItE:
ESTATE OF
JACK W PEBSOFF, .1 k .
JACop. WILLIAM PEKSul-'l'.
I le.eilSed.
CITATION
TO ETHEL PERROFF,
660 8.W. lmh Street
Miami. Florida
HARRY PKItSiiEE.
280 Baal 51st Strei t
N,\V V'.lk. New Yolk
MOLLIE BLATT.
inn Church Avenue
Bi ookl) 11 36, New York
HELEN HALPEKN.
:;-n Anchor Avenue
1 .an-..1. New York
SHIRLEY LEMBOFF,
168 Tard) Lane
Wantagh, New York
DORIS NEWMAN,
: ..._ Pulton a\...... Apt -'
North Holl) u.....1. Callfoi n .
SHIRLEY M rssil.H I,
:i Monroe Sti 1 et
\- York ', N. w York
A K'l'l I IK Hi .1.1 I,
. .
MARILYN I... UT,
'
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S M..' HALPEKN,
Ivenui
, New Y,.rk
MILTON C. ill IODM \N
\- ;.i..i ilian \.i I -ii .111 !'..! ili-
miii"! I., nel.. 1..1.- .-. to-wlt
KENNETH HALPERN
BARRY MAKE Ul ILD
LEAH KI.AI T
I RANCINE I.KIIH IFF
STEPHEN PERSl IFF
KITH ZBLDA HOLD
CAR! ILE BLATT
MARTIN HALPERN
LEAH I.Lir.. .EE
IRIS PEltb! IKK
Y< >l ARE HBREBY M ITIFIED tin
ol W i.i.,u I, 1 Aaaigmnei
if 1 .\v .1 and 1 'el II Ion foi i\-
. '..iiiiii --I. .11 and Attoi ne) 1
been filed In the 1 'ount) Judgi
.11 and !: 1'a... County, Klorlda, an
j ..ii are hi 1 eb) requli--il 1., ... \.
cop) ..( your Aii.-.r or pleading 1
ald Petltlona .ii the Petltloner'a al
torneya, SIMON, HAYS ,\ GRCND-
v\ Lit... :;.: Ainale) Building, Mlam
Florida, 33133, and file the origin
thereol In the office of tin- Clerk >..
the above Court on or before fort
140) dnya from the first pubiicatio
1 h.-ieof.
This notice -hall be published one
each week in The Jewish Eloridian fo
tour weeks, flrat publication then.
I., be May J!'. poll.
DONE AND ORDERED In Chum
l.eis this Jith day of May, lilfil.
W, r. HLANTON
Cl UNTV JUDGE
-..1) By: MELBA C. PICK
Clerk B 39, 6 :.-i2-i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63342-A
IN RE: Eatate ,.f
HERBERT Rl IBERTS,
I l| .as,-,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 Peraona Ha\
Ing Claim* da Against Sa
ti
You .. hi ; eb) not I 1.1 and 1
inir. .1 in pi. ii .an 1 nd di
i.an.i- which you ma) have agultn.
ihi atate ol HERBERT KOBEUTs
llty, Floridi
.. the 1 '..in ...:' 1 lade Coun
ty, and Kami in duplicati am
1.16, 1 I-I i'l
office* In ih.
. .- li ia County, Floi
Ihin aix ... n.iai montha 11
thi time of it Ion hi 1
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1 la, 11
11 ;
MERi kNTI S \ I'L >NAL HANK
. >F Ml Wll I'.i. \. II
SHIRLEY BERG
A- Exi -
. ..
ill June, 1964
KOMMEL.V Rl NJERS
\ or Kxi. hi
M.....11 P.. ... h, l-la
8 l.'-n.-.'.;. 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60845 A
IN RE Bal
JACK M PERSl >FF, a k a
I \.'. IB \\ 1 II.I \M PERSl IFF
Upci
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
Notice i- h. i,> gi>, n that 1 ha<
filed ni> Final Repi rl and P. tltlon fo
I 111..I Him I1..1
: 'I,. Ktati I \. IK w
PERWihl ..; WILLIAM
PERSi 1 and that on thi
64, will apply t,
the Hoi Igea of Dadi
Fli ..1 1:. i".11 ..'i I urn
. -. 1 ..
Mill ... I,
i\
'N '..\1 .- ai GRl NDW 1:1:1;
Miami
2-19-21


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Fr>d"v. June 19
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HI 8-4994
Calif. Students Laugh Nazi Off Stage
that ireeclom of speech
Id even for a Nazi.
all preparation- should
nst \iolence of any
SAN FRANCISCO (JTAJ ult. Ralph Forbes, "western di-
nts at the Univer- vision commander'" of the Nazi.-.
- > I "ho had plan- as virtually laughed off the -'
a demonstration at an d^- by an audience of 7.000 stud*
pearance of an American Sati :h" Berkelej campus who re-
were persuaded """'' ',1'"
not to do so by Jewish commun- ''''"''
:> relations officials. As s ro- At the end "f l-t minul I s
THEODOAf rtltDMAH
ADL Names New
Southern Director
The appointment of Theodore
Kreedman as southern director of
ihe Anti-Def3mation League of
B'nat B'nth and a member of the
national administrative staff was
. enounced by Benjamin R Ep-
Mein. national director of the
League, in New York this week.
Freedman. who assumes his new
duties immediately, will be respon-
'hie for the supervision of the
six Southern offices of the Anti-
Defamation League. In addit:on.
he will continue to serve in his
present capacity as dtrector for
ADL s work in the southwest, a
responsibility he has held since
une. 1954.
He joined the ADL staff in 1949
nd served as community con-
sultant in Atlanta. Ga.. and direc
Of the North Carolina-Virginia
Regional Office of ADL before a-
suming hi- present duties,
The new southern director for-
merly served on the faculty of
Richmond Professional Institute
of the College of William and
and Shrivenham American
L'niversity in England.
scheduled l&minute speech, the
r writ
itn qu< lions ii h :.l been lit
h> ii out g his
esenta n. t'nivi rsity authon-
ies '.ad given can;:!
.... j., .
at the -"
When the plans of
students b< ing of Jewi-h campu-
called at the Hillel
h representatives
Anti Defamation Lc...
the San Francisco and i
.! i a i h Community
Councils spoke
us
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Mrs. Lefkowitz Attending
S gma Delta Tau Confab
( t i Los Angeles and the through 21
ennial National Council Ivy Baker Priest will be hon-
and convention of Sigma ored speaker al the traditional
au irority is Mrs. Philip Panhellenic luncheon
' "f Miami Beach. Mr i.,.Mkowit/-> activities in
Leftkowitz, convention the gorority and the community
h.Hi-man. will meet with include regional advisor for Sigma
omen Of Supreme Council Delta Tau Chapter at I'enn State.
a Delta Tau at the Sports- Mrs. Leftkowitz is active at
odge Hotel in North Hoi- Mount Sinai Hospital and Temple
i Calif., trom .June 18 Israel Sisterhood
slanders ORT Fetes
Mrs. Margaret Stearn
the
W
oman s
"World
"clewish Fiorj.dbi.an
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 19, 1964
Section B
\ .ret Newman Stearn was
honor at a recent surprise
nial luncheon at the Al-
tcl.
i Is and member! of the
if the Islander's Chapter
ol Wp in's American ORT hosted
.cheon to pay tribute to
m- -'earn "for the very inter-
: rogrami she arranged for
..pter's meetings and for
at dedication to Women's
\ m ^n ORT."
\\\ Grace Lane, immediate
resident, presented Mrs.
s i .ith a trophy
Among those present were Mes-
dames Leo Gross, president, Mar-
uaret Newman Stearn. Florence
Kupperman, living Tillis, Philip
Stark. Herman Glasser, Saul Hab-
er. Grace Lane and Jack Vivian.
Others attending were Mes
dames Joseph Wilkes. Sam Gar-
[unkel, Joseph Kanter. Earl Gold,
Mark Cirlin. William Shapiro. Ben
Friedkin. Murray Germaise. Ru-
dolph Kramer. Morris Lipp. Oscar
Mannen. Carl Berman. Rose Gor-
lon, Harold Solomon, Milton
I ravers and Mrs. Lilyan Roller.
At surprise testimonial for Margaret Newman
Stearn are seated (left to right) Mesdames Jos-
eph Wilkes, Leo Gross, president, Philip Stark.
Margaret Newman Stearn, Saul Haber, Grace
Lane and Lilyan Roller. Standing (left to right)
are Mesdames Irving Tillis. Joseph Kanter, Ben
Friedkin, William Shapiro, Murray Germaiser.
Florence Kuppeiman, Rose Gordon, Harold
Solomon, Oscar Mannen. Morris Lipp, Ru-
dolph Kramer, Milton Travers, Sam Gariunkel.
Earl Gold. Mark Cirlin. Jack Vivian. Carl Ber-
man and Herman Glasser.
URDINE'S
ARCAiN
DM
now in
0 right are Margaret Newman Stearn as she accepts a
trophy from Mrs. Grace Lane, immediate past president of the
Isic.-.der's Chapter of Women's American ORT. The award
tie: Mrs. Steam for "Outstandina Achievement" in arrang-
ing most interesting programs for the chapter, which resulted
in very large attendance.
J
by ISABEL GRCVE
and Mrs Ralph (Phylis)
Ja< MHI ate visiting hiN par
ii li. and Mrs. Irving Jac
ob: of 435 SW 19th Rd. .
lr\ md Jean are thrilled to iee
ipla, as well their two
lildren, Laurie Ann 6
me .-. and Michael 2Mi Dr.
J in, a captain in the IS
\ nee stationed at Pease
\l I 'i New Hampshire, is a
e ol the Baltimore Dental
Sch and plan- to practice in
Mi; after his discharge .
ind Mi> s.iul Heilperin
art i if to New York and sight-
-< then He's past pres-
ide .1 I he Dade County Phar
maceutieal Association From
Gotham, the Heilperins will em-
bark on a study tour through
Fur

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Trat-
tier, of 2535 SW 31st Ave.. were
guests of honor at a party cele-
brate g their 50th wedding anni
verbf.:y, with members of their
Miami family and friends join-
ing in the festivities They
feave for New York this week-
end, where they'll be feted by
their northern relatives The
couple are the parents oi Jeanne
Trattler, who recently was in-
stalled president of the 52 ASSO
nation Ol Greater Miami.
Card from Trudy Hamerschlag
in Hong Kong reports thai "the
ce is fabulous and beautiful,"
and th it Tokyo "is very oriental
and interesting" By now.
Trod) should be on the nexl leg
ol her tourin Bangkok
Joining the trek to the World's
Fair are SUSSD Zipp. Mem. Mike
and Elizabeth Blocker Susan
is visiting with the Blocker rhil
dren's g rand mother. Mrs. Jack
Heilweil, of Lon Island She's
the daughter of Edith and Mon-
roe Zipp Marcia and Irv
Blocker are parents of Men.
Mike and Elizabeth Men
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+Jei Friday. June 19,
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Keeping Self Busy, She Finds Unexpected

oi Serecdip.
. tin;- pr.:
pris
- cesi e.y.
and >he could
iance and sing in a high sweet
oice And she
:>rave One day. she heard great
excitement outside the court-
vard She ventured forth There
jo the street, she found a group
-A children teasing an odd-look-
.nsj fellow He had yellow -km
and pigtails, and as the pnn-
-vatched. he began chasm*
his tormentors with a hot iron
The children scattered Then he
-tarted atter the princess She
ran
FinaHy. -he found herself :n
a narrow alley at the end of
which was a single black door
What wa< behind if Where
M*S. HCMKNCf HQt
tfc umiptclti
Kinneret Chapter Donor Luncheon
Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi of Mizrachi. and words of thanks
en s Organization of Amenca for cooperation received dunn:
its annual d'>nor luncheon her term of office were given by
:unday at the Starlight Room of Mrs Donald Schrager. outgoing
the Bi-cayne Terrace Hotel. president
Theme of the day was You Entertainment was provided by
-.ed Your Heart to Others'" Napoleon Reed, well known lil
The luncheon was held in appre- of Calypso music Mrs Theodore
- r. of those members who have Sakowitz was chairman of the day
given their time, effort, and with her committee of Mesdame<
y to raise funds to support Irv:-_; Block Martin Hirsch Irv-
he many projects of Mizrachi in me Schwartz, and Harold Zelko-
-ra-: witz
Highlight of the day was an "
ird presented to Mis- E-ta
Karpel! "for Otlts -sice
the orga: Words of
me wer. V.fred
store. Southeastern coordinator
-jW it lead to" A- ihe had
r pur-.<: "he slip, there
wa- nothing to prevent her from
makinz her way back to safety
f her courtyard But the door
-.ore. not to be denied 1
am a princess.'' >he told her-e!f
1 will n So the princess opened the black
door, and there behind the door
she rtae
The Traveler
Florence Pick nas been open-
ing -tranre doors all her life,
and making something green and
gold of whatever she found on
the other -ide.
As a young girl, she traveled
and studied music She was an
actress She was Pudgy, the
dog. in the Betty Boop cartoon
That is. she did the sound et-
fects for Pudgys voice. She
tracked down s p i While
working as a confidential -ecre-
tary for the Radio Intelligence
Division of the Federal Commun-
ication- Commissi n vhe hap
pened upon a picnic Ther* the
German accents of -ome of the
people evoked her curiosity and
she reported her finding to the
FBI. Sure enough, they turned
out to be Nazi spies
Passion Unshaken
In 194*. she married the late
Albert Pick, world renowned
hotel and also u ell known for
hi- philanthropy in the Miami
area Together, the Pick< trav-
eled to all parts of the world
"But the Orient." says Flor
ence Pick, "is a special spot t"
me. Perhap- this is because my
mothers family wa Hungarian,
who descend from the Tartars
Not even her childhood encoun-
ter with the iron-waving Chine-'
laundryman has shaken Mr-
Pick's passion for the Orient.
"Although I must admit." says
Florence Pick. "I was dismay-
ed and ihecked at some of the
"amusement garden- in Hong
K ng There, they display fig-
ures i". :e arrangement-
which represent the varied
means of Chinese torture But
then, there are things done here
In this country I find equally
shocking. F'>r example, the con-
duct of some unite people detn-
onstrating for the continued
subjugation of their fellow citi-

Visited Israel
I-. 1961. Florence Pick visited
Israel "I didn't like the anti-
Amencan attitude of some ol
the young people there said
Mrs Pick And I didn't like
being told ;h il ail the American
Ji m does for Israel i- t.....
mone> while the Israeli fights
i r the Ian I Bui 'he Israelis
are a wonderful audience At
the concert in Haifa, you could
hear a pin drop and no one left
early like the) do in Miami
Florence Pick has never be
longed to any Temple. "I be-
lieve in Cod. and I don't need
a btnldinc in vhich to worship
Him. and I don't need
tions on how to *
But being a Jew U
to me.''
Today, alone in V
the public e>e than
be. Florence Pick
roanded by the men-'
qu.red in a lifetim.
and involvement with
- is active in the
Club, is a director of
cian Club and work-
PigW for Sight Leagni
All-Miami Youth Sympho-
She al=o keeps her-elf t
being hospitable to for.;.
dents and visiting d
She i- particularly mtere-
yooag people trymg to
their wa. in the music
And she is still eager to
any d unexpected
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per.
the
Temple Judea
Cotillion Classes
Complete program oi
graces for the vouth of |
Judea ha5 already been (
ed, according to cotillior.
man. Mr- Alfred Swiren
I i.-.n and Douglas Howe
- an appoii ted cotillion d.
for the -i .,-1.n of 1964-63
ell i- a physical edneal
d has been
special (la..... m social
i
Mr- Swiren will be a-
Ihe coming year by Mrs ..
Ue:l! Mr- Donald Banetl
chairman for the seventh
and Mrs Sumner Slater i- co-
chairman fur the eighth gr
Cotillion classes will begin in
October, with classes held on
Thursdav evenings.
BB Women
Meet Tuesday
Two important .
: r B'nai I D of
Paid-up mi
held at 11 M m at
2155 Coral
i all
mah
Mrs
-ed.
is Mrs Ar-
hapter Mr- Hilda
ere Mrs Irving Schwartz
I vice jnd
Jack G: ber co-cbair-

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Friday. June 19, 1964
+Jenlst Fhridi&ri
Page 3-E
A poinciana hat to go with the winning Royal Poinciana tree
al the Jewish Home for the Aged, 151 NE 52nd St., is the cre-
ition of Mrs. Sam Resnick. 5225 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
aoard member of the Home in charge of landscaping. With
her in front of the tree is Judge Irving Cypen, Home president,
of 320 W. DiLido Dr. For the second time in four years, the
Home's Royal Poinciana tree won top place in the Best Tree
Contest of the Miami Beautiiication Committee's fourth annual
Royal Poinciana Fiesta.
Home Auxiliary
Plans to Mark
Father's Day
(Ircater Miami Women's Auxil-
. ry, Jewish Home for the Aged,
ill honor residents of the Home
i a Father's Day party on Sun-
lay beginning at 2 p.m.
In the absence of Mrs. Law-
cnce Silverman, president of the
Nuxiliary. Mrs. Sol Silverman.
Honorary president, will give the
:ni'ssage of welcome.
Also honored will be Mrs. Jack
Kntine. of Miami Beach, who has
oeeome well-known here, as well
as in St. Louis and Chicago, for
her philanthropic, civic and edu-
cational endeavor.
Mrs. Frances Makovsky. pro-
gram chairman, and her husband,
Louis, will also be celebrating
iheir 41st wedding anniversary
this week, .nd special honors will
i bestowed upon them at the Sun-
la) event.
Irving Pietrack, orchestra lead-
and composer, will offer a pro-
gram of folk songs. To be heard
n the program are Lotus Makov
k\ and "Twinkle Toes" Candy
otten, and Lori Sonz 5, will be
-' en in a special dance perform-
i nee.
In charge of reservations to the
.Hair is Mrs Anne Tancnbaum
Continued from Page 1-B
and Muh el wanted to Bee the
country-, so the) left b) bus, but
Susan accompanied Li/ on the
plane
Mrs. Fred Beckman, 1435
Cleveland Rd., Biscayne Point,
entertained with a Sab'jath
brunch on June 6 in honor of
bride-to-be Miss Sandra Weiss .
Si Cohen, promising young stu-
dent of the Miami Conservatory,
pla\ed classical melodies at the
piano, ami Mrs. Milton Feller
was toastmaster of the affair .
Sandra win" become Mrs. Jerome
Steinberger on Saturday even-
ing .. .
Mr and Mrs Martin (Calie)
LOM "ltd sons, Harold and Bar-
ry, are on Iheir way up to New
York They plan a Stop-Over
in Baltimore to sec their daugh-
ter and >on in law. Joan and
Ronnie Levin Son Harold, a
junior at the University of Flor-
ida, is sailing June 26 on the SS
du Isabel L^f
)XJ
rove
Israel to spend a year at He-
brew 1 niversitv under the au-
spices Of the American Friends
ui the Hebrew University .
And Barry will leave Gotham
Town on June 23 to spend the
-ummer in Camp Blue Star in
HendersonviUe, N.C., as a coun-
selor trainee.
Barbara and Herman Kellman
are back from a cruise on the
Ariadne, which look them to the
Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico
. Barbara vu delighted with
the change of pace, saying that
there is nothing so relaxing as
to sit am' watch the waves go
by "Kelly" was associated
w it* Tropical Park for many
years, and is now in the con-
struction business Both he
and Barbara returned from the
cruise with such pleasant mem-
ories that they're ready to go
off again.
Eve and Terry Sponder guests
ol honor :! a recent bon voyage
luncheon in the Roney Plaz
Cafe Jardin Suisse hosted b)
Mrs Jack Silverman, Mrs, Hai
net Konhauser, Mrs Henry <;
wit/. Mrs Murray Alman an
daughter-in-law, Mrs Daniel A
man, and Mrs Harvey ErsOOV
sky ...
The Spenders left Miami Beach
for New York on Wednesday
and sail lor Europe aboard th-
Nieuw Amsterdam Twent>
four friends, in addition to th;
hostesses, gathered to wish th<
Spondeis a sale tup to the coi
tinent
Tour alluring lure-a. and it
was off to the Playboy Club on
Wednesday for South Dade
Lodge of B'nai B'rith member
-hip's dn\e Using the famef
bunnies as an attendance get
ter and they got Seymour
Drexler, program chairman, at-
tracted one of the largest mem
bersbip prospect contingents in
many a day.
Mrs. Zipp Will
Instruct in Charm
Edith Zipp has been appointed
charm instructor for the county-
wide Community School program.
^he is one of five specialists who
mII participate in the summer
(creation program.
There are ten schools on her
itinerary, two schools per day.
Irom Perrine to Miami Beach, and
hen to North Miami. The pro
-ram adds specialists to the reg-
ilar summer activities, and is
it of the Dade County School
. -tern.
Mrs, Zipp plans to complete the
-harm course with a fashion show
n each of the participating
schools. She is fashion editor of
I he Jewish Floridian.
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Farband Plans
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Chaim Weizmann Branch of
irband will hold its annual pic
nic on Sunday, 11 am. at Grey-
olds Park.
Members and friends will 0C-
IP) the Log Shelter in the North
\n,i on 22nd A\e and NE
Mth St.
Varon Kit*, in charge of ar
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*-JeistFkrkfian
Friday. June 19

<^fn the r^cah
nt o
>f 4^ociety
Miss Kleiman
Weds Dentist
Beth David Synagogue was the
letting for the candlelight cere-
mony uniting Adel E Kleiman and
Dr. Harold B. Levine on Saturday
Evening. June 13. Rabbi Norman
Shapiro and Cantor William Lip-
son officiated.
Parents of the neulyweds are
Dr and Mrs. Morns Kleiman and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levine. both
of Miami.
The bridal sheath of floor-
length peau de soie had a front
panel of lace trunmed with seed
pearls and a three-quarter over-
Airt terminating in a chapel
train trimmed viith lace and seed
pearls and st>led with a heart-
shaped neckline, and long taper-
ed sleeves vita white appliques.
The bride's veil was a long
le mantilla --.1 '. H Ct
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Mr and Mrs Alex S Gord
Mrs. Levtae it a pa* ,.- N N ,.
~ _e of
Virginia Ian, to
Selby Leitess
Now Mrs. Fagan
Selby N. Leitess and Peter Fag-
an will live in Chicago. Ill
The couple exchanged wedding
vows in 8 p m. rites on Saturday.
June 13. at the Roney Plaza Hotel,
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leitess. 4140
SW 13th Ter.. Coral Gables, for-
merly of Baltimore. Md. The
groom is the son of Mrs Selma
Fagan and the late Howard Fag-
an. Miami Beach, formerly of
Chicago.
Matron of honor for her titti -
:nlaw was Mrs. Earl Leite--
Best man was Dr. Lewis Fagan
I'sbert included Earl F Leitesi
the bride's brother, and Victor
St and.
For her wedding, the bride chose
3 white peau de soie -
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rain
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senior
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Miami Delegates
Off to Confab
In Durhams N.C.
The 24th annuai
District 5 B'nai B r w .
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be held from June :; to 2: th
Jack Tar Motor Hottl in I irhja
M C.
Delegates from tht Miar Chap.
ters are getting ready tc atttal
the session. District 5 c<- lpnsw
chapters in Washington. D \i.-.
sinia. Mainland. North tad iot|
Carolina. Georgia and Fli
Workshops in Ar.tiDef
League and Adult Jewish
tion will be among the ,ned
topics taken up. Award-,
vidual chapters will also > g,v.
tn. and installation of r v dis-
tnct officers will tike pi
On Wednesday. Flaauh(
ter hold its ragate me .>
the Skyways Motel PrOj
the evening was presence
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Plans ere formulated for two
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fall.
On Oct. there will be a mem-
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I on Oet the chapter will
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Report was given of new mem-
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-, Jur.e 19, 1964
*Jenist Fhrkttari
Page 5-B
MRS. HAROLD MALIN
Arizona Home
For Freedmans
In Marsha Wolf and Richard
Scott Fritdraail were married Sat-
urday CVMling, June 6, at the
home of the bride's parents by
Kabbi Leon Kronish.
A reception followed in the
Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc
Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Raymond J. Wolf, S443
North Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach. She attended Miami Hieh
School and i- now Studying at the
University of Arizona.
The troom i- the son of Mr. and
Mrs David Freedman, of Brook-
line, Mass He is a student of
the Universitj of Arizona
After a honeymoon at Cape Cod.
the couple will live in Tucson.
An/.
Double Ring Rites
For the Matins
in ;i double ring candlelighl
ceremony on Sunday, June 14.
Miss Sandra Juan Schcrzer became
the bride oi Harold Martin Malm.
with Rabin Herbert Baumgard oi-
ficiating
The 7:30 p.m. rites took place at
Temple Beth Am.
Tlv bride i^ the daughter <>i
Mrs. Albert Jackson. LOO S\V 54th
Ave and the late Samuel Scher-
zer, The groom's parents arc the
George Malins, 88! l SW 52nd St.
Decor of the wedding was car-
ried out iii pinks and greens,
Matron of honor was Mrs. Shel-
don Mas.'I Marl. Pc I'nlans was
bridesmaid Mam of honor was
the groom's sister, Miss Sharlene
Malm
Best man to the groom was Rich-
ard Epstein, and ushers included
Jerry Polans and Sheldon Masel. |
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a traditional wedding gown,
with floor-length bodice reem-
broidered with pearls, sweetheart
neckline, long sleeves to a wrist
point and bouffant skirt of im-
ported organdry and lace panels
down the front.
The gown also featured three
tiers of lace down the back, and
;' four-tiered French illusion veil
fell from her headpiece of pearls
and crystals in a petal design.
The bride carried white orchids
en a Bible borrowed from her
cousin, Mrs, Herbert Bernstein.
Newlywed Mrs. Malin is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High School
and will be a senior at the Uni-
versity of Miami, majoring in
medical technology. She was
sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Mu
and Rose Queen of Delta Sigma
Pi.
He husband is a graduate of
Miami High, received his BA de-
gree in accounting from the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was;
president of Sigma Alpha Mu and I
Delta Sigma Pi, lie is vice pres-
ident Oi Merchants Credit Bureau
ot Miami.
Reception and dinner followed at
Temple Beth Am.
PUkington
MRS. DONALD SOLOMON
Solomons Will
Live in Hollywood
Following Rites
Joanne Toni Feld became the!
bride of Donald Solomon in wed-
ding rites on Sunday, June 14.
The bride is the daughter of'
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feld, 4916
Buchanan St.. Hollywood, Fla.,
formerly ot Miami.
The groom is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Solomon.
Newlywed Mrs. Solomon is a,
graduate of the University of
Miami, where her husband is now
a student.
Following their wedding trip to
Mexico and California, the couple
will be at home at 3700 Polk St.,
Hollywood.
Chantilly Lace
For Miss Kurtz
Judith Lynne Kurtz is now Mrs.
Kenneth <;. Fleisher. The couple
exchanged wedding vows In West
rooke Country Club on Sunday,
June II. at 5 p.m., with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro. 2311
SW llth St. The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R.
Fleisher. 46 Samana Dr.
Matron oi honor was Mrs. Ar-
lene Kurtz. Bridesmaids included
Marcia and Bernice Pearl. Lor-
raine Schwartz. Linda Sunness,
Lucille Scioscia and Arlene Gross-
berg.
Best man was Richard Fleisher.
Ushers included Neil Schafel,
Alan Schemel. Henry Kurtz and
Martin Kurtz.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a full-length gown of chan-
tilly lace and silk organza.
At the University of Miami, her
sorority has been Phi Sigma Sig-
ma, and she was tapped for Kap-
pa Delta Phi honorary. She was
also a U of M hostess'. .
The groom is a grauuare of the
University of Miami, where he [
was affiliated with AIIE. His pro-
fession is engineering.
Reception followed at West-,
brooke Country Club. After a ,
honeymoon in Jamaica. the i
couple will be at home at 1414 So.
Dixie Hwy.
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wants sleep-in housekeeper, six days,
lovely apartment, pool and fine
location. Call JE 2-1301
City Unit Honors Mrs. Berger
V- IN Berger member
I th l'..'.. I Sister-
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Poinciana Fiesta
June t
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p. ndshell. Others named weie
Urs li nry L. Bal iban, Mrs
Pit:-. .Mr-. E Y Jones and
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Named Knights "1 the P
ciana were Lew Price, J:im<'> Ilii-'
tun. Glenn Whittle, Tim Sullivan
, !.! Berl Dubbin. Sid Levin sen
ii as WK \T contest editor for
the coemmittee.
Chair Company Moving
The King Arthur Chair Co Hia-
leah, will move into ;i new build-
ing thK month ai 5501 NW 36th
Ave. li -.'ill In' an expansion move
mr the firm which i- owned by
'Art Brum and An Schaffel.
- i i that the number of
pmployees would he doubled ami
mpany would now have 12,-
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Friday. June 19 ;qc.
... ^^fboitt people ana places ...
-OUR NIECES. ONE AUNT
Rud> Colin had a luncheon m he-
Mr? Aaron Blum > Dtnhca>
_r> hair was highh- her
print "ess and deep purr
out the t^;.. :!.-. Dcral
r.gbt and ay a> Mr?
Bauer. Mrs Albert Levi and Mrs Louis
"ed the birthday ,;. aunt
to cper The up north' fan-....- t_r? -
ha\e beer bum ins as the four md their
I reminisced

THE LUAU THAT WAS
It s gettms to be an annual affair at the
Lotus Adjer bouse around this time of year an
authentic Hawaiian Luau Joste Hist relaxes,
and her husband plans the uhoie affair comp*et<
with a band, real Islander^ to sine and Luana
to do a hula dance. uh the audieoec gettii ..
into the act of course The weather *a> delightful
Arnold and Barbara helped their parents in
presenting guests with lovely leis The band
; layed Aloha to welcome the guests and then
played it later on to speed them on their ay
Spotted am I _.-> crowd were EJair.e
- Shil j id Louis G ^rtine
-ence and H^rr;- Mark-
Eddie Cohen. Fratskie W.
berg Dr and Mr* Hj Kaiz. Car.tor and
N'atalie and Art Kalifih. B
artz Simmic and Paul Barnc" and
Una and Le-.ie Bukstel.
GOODBYE AND HELLO
B at the airport in Souie when he left Korea after
a- gm i <;uc-
tor Studi --- :: "om
eked : "s and scrolls to show
- appreciat.or then an ''.ami
: from a rr.i-step.
B^b s wile. Ai
come him Included in the arek 'ere
i o! Directors of the Miami Beach Syr:
phony Mayor and Mrs Melwr. Rich." Kennetl
^de just back from l-.-aei Mrs
Mfc\ Dobrin Mm Leuis Maingart. Dr Theodore
Bermar.. Mr? Martha Frost Mrs Jack Courshon.
the Jame- A'bens. the Carl Susskind> and Mrs
Harry B SmUll
a
STRICTLY RELATIVES
Jackie Mrs Bart' Cohen had a bridal lunch
eon a: the Dupont Plaza far her ne sister4n-law-
to-be Roberta Trauman. daughter of Mrs Fran-
ces Trauman uho will marry Wilium Cohen.
M of Mr and Mrs. Ha raid Cohen, on June 21
in New York City The luncheon was attended
my by Cohens Rubins. Wolfe*. Blums Trau-
man; and Bretans Family' They toasted Ro
bcrta with champagne and played "Bri
go it wa- fun with tola
abou' New York ir. June Most of the -
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WINED AND DINED
A vacation is fun but it's
Moilie Siherman. who jaat re
rned from .: six-wc | (band.
to their hometown T"iedo. jut
attend the donor luncheon
of the Home for I itarted 18
year as Frances Lehman
Young Women's Division of CJAppeal
Names Mrs. Richard Brickman Chairman
"- rd Brickman ha> been
ed overall chairman of the
W Division of the
Jew -h Appeal
icluded
Mrs Inez
Sirs Benedict Silver-
U
Mrs Albert
Delude Mrs How-
and Mr- D Law-
Sherman. Pace Setter? Di-
n chairmen Mrs William
Bal Harbour Has
New Association
The bu-iness leaders and re-
trt hotel owners of Bal Harbour
ra\.' announced the formation of
W Bal Harbour Reson Associa-
t on
rter members of the group
include the Americana. Bal ILr-
Balmoral. Beau Rivage. Har-
Inn, Ivanhoe. Kennilu-orth
nri Singapore Hotel; the Harbour
Apartments. Coma
National Bank. Medallion Tours
Bal Harbour Shops
ncers are pres-
nt. L vice president.
'' L -:-. How-
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Vim and alternating trea-
irer. Abe Stein
Einder and Mr* Howard Trinz.
No Minimum Division Chairman:
Mrs Philip Bloom and Mrs Rob
ert S Education Chairmen;
Mrs Mar T... secretary;
Mrs Daniel Frar
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the year >
totes aferryn Fmmkes. Mar
Harris. S :- Ber.e-
Siherman. Harry B Smith
and Albert Weintraub.
Member* of the board will in-
clude Mesdanei L Jules Arkin.
Howard Ayares, Marshall Berk
sen. Lame Blasberg. Stephen
Carner. A Jay Cnstol. Jack Dav-
is. Edward Eisenberg. Richard
Furman. Mellon Getz. Arthur Gil-
bert. Stanley Gilbert. Howard
Katzen. Robert Kriczman. Henry
Lacdy. Harry Levy. Bennet Lifter
Richard Utt. Harvey Miller. S
Ronald Pallot. Lloyd Ruskin. Jack
Sandier. Gerald Schwartz. Myron
Singer. R'.chard Stone. Robert
Iraurig. Harold Unger and Hen-
r> Wei.-
Nominating Committee for the
coating year will be chaired by-
Mr; Robert Sussman Members
o< the committee will include
William Binder. Mr; Rich-
ard Brickman Mrs. Daniel Neal
log Lehrman. Mn
Uten S Mrs Albert
raub.
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Social Workers
Elect Segal
Robert Sezal. planr.n; consult-
ant of the Welfare Planning Coun-
cil of Dade County, was installed
a- the newly-elected chairman of
the South Florida Chapter of the
National AaaoctoJiaa of Social
'A rkars at the organization m-
.on luncheon la>t Thurs-
toj
other officer- kntaltod were
Janaes Whitehead. clinical
worker Till I nil i V:mini>-
tratioo Hospital, vice chairman:
Mrs Barbara Fiorella. caaework-
*erv ice Burea
dhag secretar> Miss Mar
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Children ce Bu-
Po$se$ High Mark Again
Fred A Sandier, representative
the staff of Metropolitan Life
rar.ee Company ; Biscarne
District Office at 3200 SW 3rd
Ave placed more than Si.06*.000
m personal life insurance last
rear to rank with the leaders of
more than 30.000 Metropolitan
field representatives in the United
States and Canada It was the
time that his annual sales
have passed the million mark
Benjamin Meyers left looks on proudly as his wife. Mrs. A.-.r 3
Brenner Meyers receives a Doctor of Laws Degree from Dr
Richard V, Moore, president of Bethune-Cookman Collece at
Dcytona Beach.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Receives
Doctor of Laws at Bethune-Cookman
Mrs Inna Brei has
Doctor of I
kmai
Beach. I
The degree cites Mr- Meyers
for having "given unselfishly A
your time and substance to e\
important, worthwhile public
movement. '
Continues the doctoral ci'
Your able mind. >our dem irate
>pint. your love of the corn-
man arni y..ur eanein for tl
termrnt of r
you not ant) a peat womao but
a great soul, [or
and civ ic .., 1
lion ha- hi
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friend-, you have
heen stn
the Dade Count)
m, not f .r Just
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people
In the rwing Mr- Mi .
'. a Dutingaaahed
from Temple lsra<
tona Beach, whose -pintu.
er is Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz Rab
bi Hurwitz was formerly spin
fjal leader of Temple Zan
Coral Gab.. -
Brandeis Board
Meeting Slated
Board meet.: i|
Beach Chapter. Brandei- I
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Sam < ridetrl
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Mrs Arthur Jtorkow
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to the Mtn
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held on June 1 They wii!
.1 report .m highlight- of tt
lereme
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Friday. June 19. 1964
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Women Can Find Treasures Galore
At New Home of Aged Thrift Shop
There are few thrills in this
thai can **' compared with
in'a (toe on finding a bar-
,, i) When she stumbles on a
, which can be best described
giant treasure hunt, it la In-
a revolution.
Such i place is the new and
spatious Jewish Home for the
v Ihrift Shop, located at 7331
\V> 27th Ave. With a coke- in her
hands, a woman can spend leisure
|> hours pouring over the tables
for goods, looking at furniture at
,i 'n ard-of prices, and seeing Just
how that used lamp can fit into
the den.
The Thrift Shop even features
an optometrist's chair that had
b< n used to check patient's eyes.
I lure are treasures galore abound-
ing m the far reaches of this
building which every woman
-i-.Miid go see
v agreement has been reach-
ed between the Jewish Home for
in Aged, which operates the
Ihrift Shop, and the Jewish Vo-
mal Service so that disabled
nts at the JVS repair the items
_.\rn to the Thrift Shop for sale
this way, handicapped clients
earn while they learn new
The vocation counselors
Jewish Vocational Service will
place these newly-trained
people in regular Jobs in the open
It bor market here
Outdated double-breasted suits
given to the Thrill Simp will soon
turn into modern single-breasted
suits via disabled clients being
trained on power sewing machines
at the Jewish Vocational Service
Workshop. An electric mixer, foi
example, can be purchased in
Working order
In due time it is anticipate!
, that the program will be expand
id into areas oi greater ,-kill>
.Mid additional learning for these
handicapped persons, In the im-
mediate future, the grand sport of
bargain-hunting will he combined
to further the efforts of rehabili
, fating larger numbers of handi
capped people in Dade County.
Both the Jewish Home for the
Aged and the Jewish Vocational
Service are beneficiary agencies
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, a- well as members of
the Dade County Welfare Planning
Council, The Jewish Home for the
Hged is a member oi the United
Fund, and the Jewish Vocational
Service has applied for member-
ship in the tinted Fund. Presi-
dent of the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice is Mrs. Charles P Peinberg.
Judge Irving (ypen i- presidenl
of the Jewish Home for the
Aged
Miss Gertler Weds
Michael Alpern
Judith Elaine Gertler became
the bride of Michael Alpern in 5:30
, in rites on Sunday. June 14.
at Michel's Konher Restaurant,
with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiat-
ing.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Gertler. 15811 NE
th Ave. The groom is the son
of Joseph Alpern, 940 NE 170th
St.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a long silk organza gown
ith embroidery on the skirt and
bodice of the dress and featuring
,i removable train. Her bouquet
MM of white roses with white
L.irnations.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Dotty
RoseatttAl. Miss (iilda Alpern
>.s maid of honor. Bridesmaids
ncluded Miss Dana Albert and
Miss Shelley Zucker.
Best man for the groom was
Monte Bitter I'shers included
.terry Rosenthal. Stan Roloff. Carl
Johnson and Marvin Borenstein.
llu- bride is a graduate of
\i rth Miami Senior High School.
I he groom graduated from Dade
,'ounty Junior College and is a
member of Pythian Lodge 195. He
currently on the staff of Save-
IVaj Wholesalers.
Wt-rn. t-KuIiii
MRS. MICHAU ALPtRN
Reception followed at Michel's.
After a honeymoon in New York
and a tour of the east coast, the
couple will be at home at 2080 NE
163th St., No. Miami Beach.
Ai dmoi
MRS. STEPHEN SNITZ
Linda Spievack
Now Mrs. Snitz
In a double candlelight cere-
mony on Sunday, June 14. Miss
Linda J. Spievack became the
bride of Stephen Howard Snitz.
with Rabbi Morris Skop officiat-
ing at the (> p.m. riles.
The ceremony w as held in the
home of the groom, who is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Floyd J Snitz.
15790 S\V 83rd Ave. The bride is
the daughter of Mrs. Rose Spie-
vack, 330 86th St.. and Julius
Spievack, 1500 Bay Rd.
For the wedding, the bride se-
lected a traditional floor-length
wedding gown of pure silk with
filled bodice, rounded rcembroid-
ered neckline and elbow-length
sleeves embroidered at the edge.
The bell skirt was also embroider.
ed. and the bridal ensemble fea-
tured a detachable train edged
with embroidery. Her four-tiered
French illusion veil fell from a
beaded trim pillbox of lace. She
carried a bouquet of white roses.
Makl of honor for her sister was
Miss Juice Ro.-c Spievack Eliza-
beth Handler, of Washington,
D.C., a cousin of the bride, was
in charge of the guest book.
Newlywcd Mrs Snitz is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School
and has completed two years at
Dade Junior College.
Mr. Snitz received his degree
in education from the University
of Miami and is teaching at Miami
Senior High School. In Septem-
ber, he will attend Florida State
University for a Master's degree
in mathematics.
Hadassah Pays
Tribute to Mrs.
Joseph Sugerman
At the DiLiilo Hole! on Satur
day, June ti, a record attendance
, aid tribute to Mrs Joseph li;it
tit Sugerman,
Mrs Sugerman, for man) years
chapter treasurer, has now been
elected honorary treasurer ol the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah.
Mrs. Sugerman has been in the
forefront ol Hadassah activities
for the past :)."> years and worked
closely with Hadassah's founder.
Henrietta Szold.
The celebration ran concurrent-
i\ with 55th wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Sugerman, which
was celebrated with a family din-
ner at the Embers Restaurant.
Coming from Jamaica. L.I.. in
1939, they have since made then
home here in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Sugerman have
two daughters. Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin, of Miami Beach, whose name
is well-known in all communal ac-
tivities, and Mrs. Leonard Groh,
of Miami.
They have six grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
\
MR. AND MRS. SUGCRMAN
Mrs. Katzen Will
Head Sorority
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni
Association of Greater Miami hel
recent installation ceremonies
the home of Mrs Stanlej Roth.
Mrs. Howard Katzen was i
stalled as president for a se
term, she v as presented with a
inal charm in recognitioi
service and leadership.
Mrs. Richard Helfman was
stalled as vice president,
responding secretary for the new
year is Mrs Ronald Pallet. Mr-
Albert Morrison was installed as
recording secretary m(1 Mrs Ha -
icy Miller as treasurer.
Members at large for the new
'crm will be Mrs. Howard Hirsch
nnd Mrs. Marvin Zank. Mrs. Roth
>resided as installing officer for
the ceremonies.
MIIS. HOWARD KATZtN
New Members Inducted
Fourteen new members are be-
ing inducted into Congregation
Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid Ave.. ac-
cording to Jack Ciment. presi-
dent Ciment launched a mem-
bership drive last week.
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MIAMI Friendly Social Club
held its weekly meeting
afternoon at Beth Kl Con-
en-cation. Chairman for the
event which honored Father's
i ias Mrs. Joseph Braff in a
.lined COtton brocade with
-cooped neckline. Deep
ets on her sheath skirt had
tone studded flaps, and ad-
I ['Milestones were -prink-
iier bodice.
ifss. Max Garshag, wife ol
'*' club's president, chose
print in lilne and blue.
ton was worn by M rs
i hen li featured air-
i ated on the scooped
. e \\ hite arnyl w ith
ers .a a sea ol gre n
the choice of Mrs A
Her ntted bodice li id a
neckline, and the skirt
was created with un
pleats.
'aid green flowers blend-
it h .i beige print worn by
v Pauline Sobel. Mrs [da
hkey wore a shift with all
and clash colors. A deep
pleated band at the hemline gave
the dress a Hare. Lilac flowers
were on the summer floral print
which was seen on Mrs. Sam
Levin. Mrs. Isador Gersten
chose the classic sheath and
matching jacket. Tones and
shades of blues blended into an
abstract print
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|U|RS. Jacob Aronson selected
"" a brown and blue geometric
print with a deeply-cooped
neckline and lull skirt. A gold-
colored moygashal linen sheath
m.i- worn by Mrs Julius Rifkin.
Mrs, Max Glide's blue and green
print looked like a flower
di n in bli in
c shantung was worn bj
Mrs. It Levitan Her sheath
red the surplice i losed bod-
ice. Mrs. Ray Chalfin's royal
blue shantunj leath was sleeve-
less an I h ith a scooped neck-
line Gold and while brocade
in the sheath silhouette was worn
by Mrs \iax Abramovitz, The
pendant worn around her Deck
was a family heirloom.
MISS NANCY KLVN
Kleins Reveal
Nancy's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Klein, of
9444 Sheridan Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Nancy Ruth, to Marc I.ipsitz. SOU
.,1 Mr and Mrs. William LipsitZ,
ol 7720 Byron Ave.
Miss Klein received her Bache-
lor of Education Degree from the
University of Miami and a Master
ol Arts in guidance and counsel-
ing from New York University.
Her fiance graduated from the
1 niversity of Florida with a
cheior of Science Degree in
business administration and at-
tended St. John's Law School in
\. York City He will enter the
University of Miami Law School
m September
The couple are planning to be
learned on Aug. 2.
Rutstein Back From Region Tour
' i Rutstein, Southeastern re-
nal director of the American
del) for Technion. returned
a series of visits with chap
r ifficials and community lead
- in Florida. Georgia, North
& nth Carolina to develop
i'pnnt. for their 19&4 activities.
\ccording to Rutstein. "there
n e\ er w-idening interest on
i part of .southern communities
Ihe expansion of Technion. its
1 rain and its progress in atomic
icsearch, as well as in the new
advances in engineering science- "
Several tund raising dinners
have been set up for the fall sea-
son. Rutstein is leaving Aug. 31
for a trip to Israel, where he will
meet with Gen. Yaakov Dori.
president of Technion, and the
heads of Technion. the junior col-
lege and the technical high school.
He will return to Miami Beach
about Sept. 30.
>
MRS. NORMAN ZARR
MISS PATRICIA GRANT
Patricia Grant
In Phi Beta Kappa
Patricia Beth Grant, grand
daughter of Mrs. Harry Magid, of
7300 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach.
lias been inducted into Phi Beta
Kappa
Tin- honor was presented upon
her graduation from Hunter Col-
lege. New York.
Miss Grant has received a VRA
award and trainee-hip at Stanford
University, Palo Alto, Calif.
There, she will take a Master's
degree in speech pathology
Sensor Citizens
Are Installed
Members of the Dade County
Council of Senior Citizens have
been installed to the Florida State
Council for Senior Citizens.
Officers installed by Charles
Cowl, ol Tampa, are Max Fried
-on. president; Mrs. Augusta Sil-
verblatt. secretary; Abe Goldberg,
trustee; Frank Brandt, trustee;
Morris Robinsky. regional vice
president; and Max B. Cohen.
chairman of the Political Action
Committee for Miami Beach.
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Zcrr, Simon
Exchange Vows
Barbara .ban Simon was mar-
ried on Saturday, June 13. to Nor
man Zarr, ion ot Mrs, rillie Zarr
and the late Ben Zarr, ol 1440 Cer
tosa Ave., Coral Gabl< i
! be ed ling was held at West
bin.ike Country Club at 7:30 p.m.
["he double mm ceremonj was
performed by Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard,
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Hubert Lee Simon. 835
Mariana ,\ve.. I oral Gables.
She graduated from Coral
liable- Senior High and has at-
tended the University of Florida
and the University of Miami, where
-he just completed her Junior
year. She will be attending Mem-
phis State University this fall,
where she will receive her degree
in elementary education.
Mr. Zarr also graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School.
He has attended the University
of Miami for three years. He will
enter the School of Dentistry at
the University of Tennessee. He
i- a member ol Tail Epsilon Phi
Fraternity.
They will be residing at 1-12:5
I aPaloma Circle. Memphis. Tenn.
The bridal attendants were Mrs,
Richard Lyons, matron of honor
and sister Of the bride, with the
foliov ing bridi smaids Miss Elyse
Dubbin. Mis- Rochelle Kolber,
>ii- Rochelle Levy, Mi-- Judi
Ach and Mi-- Vicki Orbach. Flow-
er girl wa- Mi-s Carol Cordon.
The bride wore a floor length
gown oi imported silk organza, de.
signed with a sleeveless bodice
.nd featuring a bolero jacket, both
appliqued with imported alencon
lace and sprinkled with tiny seed
l-carl- and crystals. The back
featured a detachable chapel
train. Many tiers of imported silk
French illusion were attached to
a pill box of alencon lace sprinkled
with tiny seed pearls and Irides-
cent sequins. The bride carried
her grandmother's Bible adorned
with white roses.
Ushen were Alan Kaufman, best
man and cousin of the groom.
Rich Krefetz. Kenneth Simon.
Jamie Barkin, Jeff Fine. Elliott
Bernstein, and Robert Gordon.
Ringbearer was Scott Orbach.
Michael Cordon was in charge of
the guestbook.
i-:. ail nBi
MISS ESTHER SAMHSON
Samelson, Slotkin
Betrothal Hold
Mr and Mr-. David C, Samelson
of 5055 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
announce the betrothal of then
daughter, Esther Paula, to Alan
A. Slatkin.
A winti r edding it planned
The future bride attended the
i nh ei sity ol Miami and the Uni
. er.-;.. of Bridgeport Fones School
ol Dental Hygiene. She is an
alumna ol Phi Omicron Epsilon
Sot ority.
Mr Slatkin graduated from Ridei
' lolli .' H ith i BS degree in n
keting, He is an alumnus of Zeta
Beta Tin Fraternity. He is the sui
,t Mrs. Irving Reiss and the lat<
Mr. Herman R Slatkin.
Father's Day
To be Marked
Honoring Father's Day. Miami
Beach Chapter of the Children's
A-thnia Research Institute and
Hospital will sponsor a "Nile
(Jlub" party, including a floor
-how. at the Itareelonia Hotel on
Saturday from 9 p.m.
in charge of reservations are
Mrs. Bertram Whitman, president.
and Mrs. Philip Lentz and Mrs
\lbert Laufer, chairmen.
Beth Torcth
Camp Opens
Fun and enjoyment is the tin ni
fur children of Camp Beth Torah
in its third consecutive year this
week for an eight-week period for
boy- and girls from 4 to 12 year*
o< age. Ken Donner. director, an
nounced.
Highlighting the camp season is
.' unique program for junior Ugh
students, including golfing, bowl
ing, swimming, water skiing.
horseback riding, trips and arts
and crafts held on a three-day a-
week basis.
A veteran staff of instructors is
directing the specific aspects <>t
the camp program, including Mrs
Charles Cole, Red Cross swimming
instructor. Mrs. Herbert Comtn
and Mrs, Charles lleyman, I
and crafts instructors, and Mrs
! rancis Heilig and Mrs. Arthui
li rschberg in charge of Nurserj
School, and Mrs. Joan Cohen
in ading the teen age program
Lunches are provided tree ot
charge for all campers two d lys
a week.
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*JmliA ncrktian
Friday. June IS 1954
Installation luncheon of Hannah Senesch president; Mrs. Frances Benjamin, Mrs. Henri-
Group of Hadassah shows (left to right) Mrs.
Rebecca Lipson. education vice president;
Mrs. Ann Reaback, program vice president;
*""* Sylvia Kur'.and, life membership vice
etta Lorber and Mrs. Sam Felman, presidium
presidents; Mrs. Max Goldberg, ways and
means vice president; and Mrs. Murray Sch-
wartzman. life membership, vice president.
The 1964 Kindergarten graduating class of the
Hebrew Academy receives diplomas from
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
Academy. Seated front row (left to right* are
Ronalee Eisenberg, Don Feder, Gregory Fox,
Joseph Waldman, Mordecai Weiss. Terri
Goodman, Charles Kalchman, David Simon,
Jonathan Reinhard, Andrea Cohn. Second row
'left to right) are Glenn Singer, Leslie Kamin-
off, Lili Fendrich. Robert Sakowitz, Barry To-
kayer, Fanny Sosna, Robert Kaplan, Susan
Berkowitz, Ricky Melcer, Helene Wener, Efrom
Gross, Amy Genet. Third row (left to right) are
Mrs. Marjorie Ent, Kindergarten English teach-
er, Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, assistant prin-
cipal; Rabbi Gross; and Mrs. Adina Aspes,
Kindergarten Hebrew teacher.
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James \V. Kyncs. Attorney den
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appointed local hamster. Edward
M. Levin, as a Special Assistant
Attorney General,
Levin has been a resident of
Miami Beach since 1939. and hai
maintained his law offices in
Miatni for the past 24 years, He
holds degrees in law and business
irom the University of Pittsburgh
and the Graduate School of Busi-
ness Administration of Harvard
l niversity
Elected vice president of the
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, he is a delegate next
week to its Fifth District Con-
vention in Durham, N.C.
He is prelate-elect of the Gersh-
win Lodge. Knights of Pythias,
and has been president of the
Pittsburgh Club of Greater Miami
and of the B'nai B'rith Social
Council. He is a member of the
board of the Anti-Defamation
League and a member of the Klks
and Regency Club.
Now a major in th-' Reserve
forces, during World War II he
served as an air intelligence of
Bcer Awarded five battle stars.
he was also a legal "liner on the
staff of the Military Governor of
Berlin, Germany. Levin plan- to
continue m prhate prat lice
law.
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Basil Stewart will ;
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'- ill be Laurie W. Tomlins
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*Jm>ltf Iflbrirffojn
Page 11-B
Cedars Reveals
Resident Program
(Starting Now
Bronstein, adminis-
i K
i il;n> of Lebanon Hos-
nounon ,ne s'art an
;rative resident program
ttgratn, consisting of one
II have its first staff ap-
u bagianiag on July 6 of
Brown.
i is z. years old. married.
i
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Br
lid ... awarded a Bachelor of
\:- _ree in June. 1962 from St.
L;n ret I niversity. Canton, NY
h > completed his intern-
ship n hospital rasidaney and
com^nity relations at Ault-
ma- Hospital in Canton. Ho
t ,.- as assistant personnel di-
rottoi at Aoltman Hospital and
.ecrtstional therapist at Utica
Sfa-i Hospital in UHca, N.Y.
It
irograin is in conjunction
>ashingtM I'niversity School
nciiu Washington. DC.
ffers ttv academic portion
hospital administration
selective and qualified ap-
uiil follow a coniinuiiiK
i of hospital residencies.
Beaehete Gets
Yale Law Degree
Thcs Week
Rodnoj Miller Leslie, ol 3114
Prairie Ave Mann Beach, son of
Mr and Mrs Sol II Leslie, yrad-
uated from Vale Law School on
!>londay.
Leslie is a Phi Beta Kappa grad
uate from the University of Mich-
igan at Ann Arbor, where he re
calved his BA degree in English
literature
He served three years of active
duty in the L'nited States Navy
on a destroyer escort in the
Pacific
He holds the rank of lieutenant
in the U.S. Naval Reserve.
Women who received tribute at the recent an- Hadassah. Standing (left to right) are Mes-
nual Jewish National Fund "Award Night" for dames Mollie Skell, Shaloma Group of Hadas-
Camp Ocala
To Open June 29
For Youth Here
valuable and dedicated services to the JNF
are seated (left to right) Mesdames Louis Lus-
t:g, of Miami Beach Mizrachi Women; Wolfe
Shklaire, Henrietta Szold Group of Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah; Nathan Book-
span. Pioneer Wompn Club 2; Abraham Ma-
son, Shaloma Group. Miami Beach Chanter of
sah; David Dogoloff, Albert Einstein Group of
Hadassah; Robert Garber. Pioneer Women
Club 1; Sylvia Meyers, Miami Beach Mizrachi
Women; Miriam Press, Henrietta Szold Hadas-
sah; and Michael Feinstein. Shaloma Gioup
ol Hadassah.
Uv< 220 >ounsters from Dado
ii have already enrolled at
Camp Ucala, slated to
une 29 in Florida's Ocala
. Forest.
ioys and girls, ages 5 to
H spend the summer swim-
in/j canoeing, water skiing.
rsel ck-riding, fencing, learn
g arts and crafts, archery, and
am iports
The majorit) of the group sign
ttl up for the regular eight week
ssion. A four-week course is
i | .liable
I) rectors of the camp are Dr.
re Struhl, his wife, Ruth,
i siar Island, Miami Beach
s, and Robert Wollnian.
I education director at
Beach Elementary.
Ocala's total enrollment
- expected to be filled by
v week. Boys and girls have Or. Mech/owifz to Speak
campuses but combina-
tion mesa hall and recreation fail. Dr. Herman R, Meehlowitz will
address Miami Beach Lodge of
I d 280 miles north of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday noon at
the camp maintains local the DiLido Hotel. Function is the
at 1451 N. Bayshore Dr., lodges weekly luncheon meeting.
Chairman is Irving Schatzman.
Jacob Friedman Gets Scholarship
Jacob Wolf Friedman graduat-
ed from Coral (iables High School
on June 9.
The honor student is the son of
Mr and Mrs Ruben Friedman.
121 SW 19th lid., formerly of Pitts-
burgh
He was a participant in the
Mathematics Honor Society and
the National Honor Society.
In the National German Con
test, he won second place in the
country.
Friedman has been awarded a
scholarship to Kensselaer Poly-
technic Institute, where he will
continue his studies.
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+Jeis** fUridKcir
Friday, June jg
J$ar David Molko
Temple Nor Tamid will be the
- If oi the Bar Mitzvah of David
Moiko on Saturday morning, June
20, with Rabbi
Eugene Laboviiz
officiating,
David is the
son of Mr. and
Mrs Robert Mol-
k 12705 Hickory
ltd No Miami.
He attends
Temple Nil
Tamid Religious
School if id No.
Miami J u n ior
High
David Molko
Howard Cloogman
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
olficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Howard Martin Cloogman during
Saturday morning services. June
20, at Beth David Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Cloogman
He will enter eighth grade at Shen-
andoah Junior High School in the
fall, and is one of the recipients
oi a Science Foundation Summer
Scholarship.
He enjoys science, reading and
-ports

Gary Ftibus
Gary Stephen Feibus, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Feibus. will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
June 20, at Temple Sinai of North
Dade, with Rabbi Daniel Lowy of-
Kciating.
Gary has completed seventh
'rade in the Temple Sinai Reli-
gious School and John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High.
His favorite sports are swim-
ming, paddle ball, tennis and
boxing.
Abbey Kessman
Ibbey Sue, daughter of Mr. and
Harrj Kessman, 340 NW
I22nd St will become Bas Mitz-
> ..h on Friday, June 19. at even
.' services >>f Beth Mosbe Con
i ation Rabbi Simon April and
tor Hyman Fein will officiate.
> sue attends seventh
at Thomas Jefferson Junior
h she v honored al a
i ( iption foliowi services in
iel Hall
\ swim part; for A
i Is will be held al the Kess-
i me "ii June 21
Steven Swatt
en, n ol Mr and Mrs.
rj Swatl 1930 NE 197th Tor..
observe his Bar Mitzvah on
irday, June 2n. at Beth Torafa
gregation, with Rabbi Max
i. pschitz oiiuiatin
Steven will chant portion of
the Haftorah ami receive a Bible
from Sisterhood
Among relatives attending from
out-of-town will be his materna
idmother, Mrs. Regina Aaron;
his aunl and uncle, Mr and Mrs
E Gilbert; an aunt and uncle.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schmitman: and
aunts, Mrs 11. Friedman. Mrs. D.
Swat; and Mrs L. Listenes
Steven will enter eighth grade
.1 John K Kennedy Junior High
in the fall.
Reception and a buffet dinner
will be held in bis honor at home
Saturday evening.
s *
Steven Rosen
Temple Adatfa Yeshurun will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Steven Rosen, son of Mr. and -Mrs.
Charles Rosen, 1130 NE 196th
Ter.. on Saturday morning. June
20. with Rabbi Jonah Caplan of-
ficiating.
Steven will enter eighth grade
at Norland Junior High in Sep-
tember. His favorite subject is
English, and he plays trombone
in the school band. Stamp-collect-
ing and swimming are his hob-
bies.
Kiddush reception will follow
the service, where guests will in-
clude his brother. Scotty 8
* *
Lee Himmelfarb
Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Himmelfarb. 17120 NE 12th
Ave.. No. Miami Beach, will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning. June 20, at Beth
Torah Congregation, with Rabbi
Max Lipschitz officiating.
Members of Flamingo Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, receive a "Safety in the Home
Award" at a recent meeting. Top row (left to
right) are Mesdames Bernard Levitch, Lena
Shainen, Hyman Klein, Past President Harold
Feldman. Safety Chairman and President Ottol
Haengel, Harry Epstein and Victor Remseaf
Seated (left to riaht) are Mesdames Bessijj
Factor, Alfred Oliiant and Albert Glick.
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood will
present the Bar Mitzvah with a
Bible.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron S. Freed
man, his maternal grandparents,
i will attend the Bar Mitzvah. Lee
is an eighth grade student at
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
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Roy Davidson
Bar Mitzvah of Roy Davidson
' will take place on Saturday. June
20, at Temple Beth Shirah, with, Roy is the son of Mr and:
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Leonard Davidson. 760! SW
Herman Gottlieb officiating. iil
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Academy and
for the closing
year he baa received the Oratori
Cal Award, the French Award and
il,i' English Award. The school
headmaster cited Michael in the
awards assembly a- "the must out-
standing student that Blair has
(vcr had "
Michael is also on the Basket
ball. Soccer and Tennis Teams of
the school. Michael will be ~t
tending Phillips Andover Acad-.
emy this summer, taking non-
credit courses for the enrichment
ol his knowledge.
Buchbinder Wins
Fellowship Award
Mark Buchbinder, son of Mr.
and Mrs Julian Buchbinder. 8841
SW 52nd St., has been awarded
the 196445 Exceptional Student
Fellowship Award He will he at-
tending Columbia University Law
School in New York this fall
In 1961. he won a Civitan Schol
; r-hip. receiving his AB degree In
11 ree >e irs and gradual :< cum
laude from the University ol
mi
lie served ;i- Chief Justice 'it
the Ihinor Court at the University
i I Mian-: presidi nt uf the Uni-
versity College Student Govern-
ment, president ol Orange Key.
and i^i the Dean'- Advisory Conn
eil.
He is the recipient of a Univer
sity Colle e Leadership Award.
and is li'ed in Who's Who in
American ColU gl and Inner
sitii -
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FOR THE WEEKEND
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Friday. June 19. 1964
knirtrfrrtrffon
Page 13-B
... because I
thought it was
part of my
religious obligation."
"...because
we wanted
to be
together
always."
*
...well,
my wife
is sort of
helpless about
something
like that."
"...because
I didn't
want my
wife to
have the
burden."
"I handle the business
in my family/'
"... because I
wouldn't want
my wife to
overspend,
just because
she wanted
to do right
by mem"
always make
our decisions as
a family."
... because
I saw
what Sarah
went
through/'
"This may
sound funny
but I found
it was a good
investment."
There are many ways of looking at it.
Some see it one way. Some another. But at many ceme-
teries, a majority of people are now making the neces-
sary arrangements in advance. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of emotional
strain. Prices and services can be compared in a calm,
rational manner. And many difficult decisions will not be
left for the family to make when they are least prepared.
Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery
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NAME
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Page 14-B
Pjewtsii flcridinr
Friday. Jur.e 1;
M
Ensign Eugene I. Mesaros was the only ROC
program student ot the more than l.o.u qiau-
uates of the University of Miami to be com-
missioned in the United States Navy this
week. He received his Bachelor ot Arts in
psychology and will report for active duty
aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid CVS II based at
Second Tops'
Concert Sunday
With Antonini
Alfredo Antonini. famed condue-
ir ot the CBS Television Network,
i rings relaxing concert music to
lie second of "Ten .Magic NiehU
ol Music" at the Miami Beach
Symphony Summer "Pops"' at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday
;.t 8:15 p.m.
Music lovers will hear "Con
Amore." by Rossini; "Le Palais
e'e Cristal." Bizet: "Dance Maca-
bre." SaintSaens: and "Orpheus
in the Underworld," Offenbach.
Highlighted on the program are
vert in D miner and Concert
Salic Preyel, by Poulenc, to be
red by the Lang Sisters, guest
duo pianists
Antonini, who as a student pla>
i'ir Arturo To^canini. joined
the CBS Radio Network as conduc-
tor of the CBS Pan American Or-
bestra in programs which were
hortwavcil through South Amer-
ica.
\- CBS conductor, he has pro-
duced scon- for "The Twentieth
Century," Lamp Into My Feet,"
American Musical Theatre,"
Studio One." "Air Power." and
such specials as "Cinderella."
"Fabulous Fifties," "A Tour of the
White House with Mrs. John F.
Kennedy," and "Arias and Arab-
esques."
The Lang Sisters made their na-
tional debut seven years ago as
guest stars on the Lawrence Welk
Television Show as child profes-
sionals.
Norfolk, Va. Since his enlistment in 1961 in
the Naval Reserve program, Mesaros has
been attached to Naval Reserve Surface Divis-
ion 6-45 in Miami. Swearing in the new En-
sign is Lt. Cmdr. Hyman P. Galbut, command-
ing off'cer, with Lt. Cmdr. Marvin Greenwald,
executive officer, looking on.
levy Elected to Groups
Harry Levy. Miami Beach in-
surance executive, was elected to
the Board of Directors of the
South Florida Association of
Health Underwriters and the Flor-
ida Association of Health Under
writers at their convention at the
Carillon Hotel last weekend. Both
groups arc affiliated with the In-
ternational Association of Health
Cnderwriters.
Hospital Board
Names Garfield
As Chairman
Joseph A Garfield, Coral
Gables, who served a- a member
-, ta,' National Children's Cardiac
Hospital's Board of Governors for
ihe past four years, has been elect
ed president of the board tor li6-t
65.
Elected as chairman of the
board is George Coury, Miami
Stock and investment broker, who
succeeds Richard I Bcrenson.
Bcrenson became a trustee, and
Garfield succeeds Leo Robinson,
who became .< \ ice president of
the hospital board.
Garfield announced that he is,
assembling various committees for
the overall operation of the hos-
pital.
Following appointments have al-
leady been made: Mortimer Fold
man. chairman of Building and
House Committee; Robert Rubin
stein, chairman of Chapter Com-
mittee; Mrs s,,| Goldberg, chair-
man of the Hospital Services and
In-Patient Volunteer Swvices Com-
mittee; Stanley Tate. head of
Ways and Means Committee.
Medical Administration and
I'lannin'.' Committee will bv head
ed by William Rafkin.
Elected to the Board of Gov-
ernors who will serve for a period
of one year are:
Si,In. \ !: '.' \|ii. .
Rl hanl i f- r< n i i: : Rl ,-
I..-L-. i r
i lin. John ft i" I.... i,
' ;r,. i;. r \ ,. \
IVmhi ii. -. I >r. I tub-
bin, l '. I ni'!.. r, i i.m 11. n
I:-- n Mr i. -' i'.i hi M
l-vi.li>>., n, Mr* I..' ki i
JudR> M. A I dn Rl M V i..|-
iii.in. .1.... |>h ll '; .ii.. i... -.I, ,\
!nr( i Li. Mi Sol CiildlM iK, !,.,, |, .
(ioldxli i '.' Hai i-'H
w, c. "ciifr' id in ii, \' jri ..i..-i,
Spinoza to be Topic $
Spinoza and -
will be the topic
Dr. Abraham W<
spun ta Forum for
lii n on Thursdi
.. m in the audit
ington Federal. 1234
Ave Sonya Wetes lolk
will entertain, and Meyer
will lead in the Kaden will preside
-
m,
-lar|
:. I.
",
Camp Judaea
Openings Told
C.imp Jur'aea in Hi lei :vgf
N I has eiirolK 1 'cjJ
dren from the 1
area
The camp is
! \ l-lOll Of II >
i-t Organtzal -,c,
There are still
nodations available for th- tint
. nil second session- .,
PaulvKwitney, in chai g<
mation at JE 1 55!
;
eon
'Summer Delight' Luncn
Emanah Chapter. 1
Eastern Star, is
Summer Delight" lunche ait
1 ard party on Baturda\
bt'Sinninc at 11:15 a.m. it ft
Park Lane Cafeteria. j
Way Ways and mean- 1
is Mrs Mike Forer
s .in. M K n Pi
lank l..l<..ff w
;- \ 1 potttai*..';.._.
'..k'. I...1, Prill. 1 u .
' Ilati Un 1
win K"i" I H
muda .- hwarti r-.
man. Rhvtdnn
I < le. Kli 'nmi'i'i-r.
Waldman, Melvin W
U.....11.-1. 1 r I' l> Z
11
>


AlfKlDO ANTONINI
Father's Day
Memorial Service
At Lakeside
Lakeside Memorial Park, N\V
23th St. at 103rd Ave.. will hold,
special Father's Day memorial
services on Sunday.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiri-
tual leader of Temple Ner Tamid.
will officiate at the services, as-
sisted by Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Lakeside this week invited the
Greater Miami Jewish community
to attend the service which is
scheduled for 11 a.m. In charge
of further information are dlrec-1
tors of Lakeside.
View of a bedroom in one of the model apartments displayed
at the Forte Towers site at 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach, over-
looking Biscayne Bay. Features of the planned three-building
complex will include three swimming pools, including fresh
and salt water, a 1,200-ft. boardwalk, yacht basin, fishing pier,
coffee shop-restaurant, and recreation room. The first build-
ing is fully rented, except for a few apartments between the
9th and 16th floors.
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tic:
June 19. 1964
, If-n#\# mkrHirtr
Page 15-B
grami of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Among survivors are his broth-
er. I'hilip Segal, of Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LOUIS SICAL
lLouis Segal,
:orband Leader,
lies in N.Y.
By Special Report
\'F YORK Louis Segal, since
.. linnal general secretary ol
arb; d, the Labor Zionist Order.
', i ere early Tuesday morn-
KRATZE. .lullan Mli I I* IP
Sim inn >r.. died I nn. i" i;... dun
webster. Mm Hlldegarde, 56, of
i i hi .- .\ ir.th Si ; i.ii
LIEBER. I -: 11 K ol !' SW ll'tli
v.. .li. .i Juno lil Riverside
GOLOENBERG. Solomon, !, of Ml
Washington Ave Service* in Klix-
i.....Mi \ .1 R v. rsldi
GOLDSTEIN, Henry, 71. nf R87 16th
si Service* in Brooklyn Itlversldi
SUSSMAN. Mr- Sadie, 7:'. of 111:.
Pennsylvania Ave Service* in Hack-
ensack, N .1 Riverside.
GANGEL. I mi Li. R8, of 838 XI-: 1st
\ v. died June RIVi rslde.'
HAGER. Philip, "8, of 1231 Psnnayl-
i vanh Kxt died June 7. Riverside
EHRENREICH, Abraham, 7. of
16901 NE Sth A v.- Riverside.
.GOLDMAN, Benjamin M. .;::. of 98JM
sw iTnth si Servlre* In Vi Vork
Riverside.
, HYMAN, Mr! Bessie, T, -i I S3 Din-
eolii |;,l Services in Hartford, (',.mi
NVwmnn
SMITH. Mrs Elisabeth, 89, ol I5J NE
r.2ml st Itlveraldi
'WERNER. Loula, S3, of '.-.v. Collins
Ave S. i \ ii .- In Boh ton. Riverside.
! DAVIDOW, Louis, '.'. .1 SIK t'oNina
Avi .i .1 June 7. Riverside
LEGAL NOTICE
M:
Mr
gal had been ill since the
.niversary convention of
. d in the Waldorf Astoria
mths ago, when he suffer-
roke on the day following
elusion of the convention.
Segal was a member of the
.n Section of the Jewish
He was also on the board
i-ctora of Ampal. Jewish N'a-
: und and Histadrut.
as a leader in the pro-
LEGAL NOTICE
i E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'>, AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60870-A
i-. .... .
i i.i:s-
I . ,i~ed
)TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PLICATION FOR D'STR'RUTlON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
iTH'K i~ I. b) gBen thai i havi
m-. Inal k.'.'.ii and Petition for
Final Dlschargi
... .if Sum I -
,t on the 15th da} i>f
oi, i. v in Hi, Honor-
I ..oi. County.
!..i approval of said Final
,1 fi i dlstl Iblith 'i I
I > utac of tlM -
. n.itio -i.-. .1. nt i nil
... ri.;i
HA lilt) /.t Ki:i:ni. k
. \.-. lllol
Zl'KHR.VICK
l:
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COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
\D FOR DADE COUNTY.
: -ORIOA IN PROBATE
N) 63447 B

t
,
\M .. -SIN.
. ,1
TiCE TO CREDITORS
iiiio, nd All Person* I ls\
.. ma nda AgK
herebj notified ind i -
. tent an) latma > nil mas have against
M ILLIAM ROSIN d<
ti ..i i ..ole Count] lorbla,
e* of 1 Mil. i oiiiitv.
oi duplicate and an
Si ii : : I It, Florida
hi Com
i ..oi. 'ounts. Ploi -
ndai in..i
r>i publication
Mill be L.it i
1 M i I l. Hi
1964.
I M ROSIN
\- V.ltnlnlstratrlx
itlon oi iii:. notb-i on
i in .i.i
R FERTUE
V
*.\\ I.. I. .in. Rd.
i. it-te,
'- B COUNTY JUDGES COURT
- ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
!LORIO* \ PROBATE
\) -J3355-B

I AN S viv.i' alao known
\l K.i /I'

MO riCi to CRED TORS
ri VI Persona 11 v
itnia tgalnsl Km i i
not fli .i and i
an) .l.iini-. and .!
mas have again*!
I \.\ M KK VT55E
i M.I.. Count). li.! -
i t) .i idgi > ol Hadi
..in. hi .|u;
provldi .! In Si i lion
theli office* In
i in i ..oi.- ii
x end ii month*
rirsl publ
* .ii bi h .i
Florida
Xl KRATZK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63510 C
IN UK Estate ..f
BSTELLK RI 'Sl.VN HAAS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'red 11 or* .mil All Peranna Hav-
ing Claim* oi Demand* Auailnst Saul
Estati
Y-.ti are hei'eb) notified und re-
quired in ire*etfl any claim* .mil de-
mand* which you may have against
Hi. -i ... ol BSTELLK Rl 'SI.VN
HAAS il. ceased late ol I '.ol.- ('ounts .
Florida, to I hi Count) Judge* of Dadi
County, .in l file the name in dupllcafi
and II* |.r..\ iil.'l In Section 7:;: 16,
Florida Statute*, in Ihelr office*. In
tin- Count) Courthouse in i'...i. coun-
ty, Klorhla, within m\ calendar month*
from the time of the I'HM publication
h.......i he mi,- will lie bin red.
I.....i il Miami, hlorida, this llth
da) ol .Inn. A.I 1964
I.i HIS S KATZ
l.lll'IS HA \>
Av Adininlatrator*
I r*i publication d! thl* notice on
lh.- 19th da) of June, 1964,
l,H" INAKI' BOKRT,
of Myer*, Hi iin.iti Kaplan.
Attorn. \ f.-r Admlnlafrator*
1 ISO S \V 1*1 Str.-.-l
Miami, rim ida 23130
; I:i-_'''.. 7 '.-Hi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NME LAW
SOTICK IS HKRKKV ItlVKN thai
the undereluned, dewirins'to *njtaff In
i.ii- n. [hi fli i Iflouf i
SAI.'S TAVKRN al 3111 \ W Jith
\\ enue, Ml ml Hoi Ida Intend* t.>
...... I II (hi "' k of
the 'Irctill '' .in "f I 'in! i,
r'lorlila.
si:i: vFINi s m.i.w i'I.i.i ri'
* Sole ''" in r
STFTPHEN ki:ssi.i:i:
Vttol I.- for Vppllc mi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63538 -B
IN'RK I
111 r. l17": \i:i'i: K \vi:ns'i'i:i:
11,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i. dltor* and All I'cmnfn Hat -
Ina i i.urn- oi liemand* ARalnal Said
i:.
^ eivhi notified .. '"I re-
ih|. .i : |.ri -.-nt an) lalm* .' nd .i.
n in.lv v, hli !. i ..ii ma) hai i asalnai
... i u ehatei
.!....!-..; lal Hade County, PlorMa,
in the I'ount) Judae* --i Ihide Coun-
t), and fib Hi. name in ditfillciite and
n-- ptirt lib ii .-. Florida
it.-.-, in th .|i the i '..iin-
ti i'...ti:ii -. oi i':i-ir County, Kioe-
i,iii. \. ndai monlii- from
the inn. of -' pulillcatlnn here-
thi -..ii:. uill hi haired,
i>.it.,i uinml, l-'loi nil. .thiv 15th
da) ol .Inn. \ 11 IH61
IlKNNn I! \s BHSTKR
V \li.o|r-l'
liimentn Annexn
r itlon of l Mi- ni i.....ii
th. I 'th da) ol I'm. '. '
is RT WKI.l.l '"II
iratol to' the
rd K w lit
ilei ni
167 \\r Vvi i.ii (labli r i
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63391 C
l.\ RE I -I.,',, nf
I.' 'IIS HI'RWITZ
I'.. aaed,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE tip I'l.i Htl I >A :
TO All. PERSONS INTBRESTITTl IN
THE ESTATE OK SAID UBCBHENT.
Vnu are hereh) notified Unit ri uiit
i.n iiiMtfiini.ni purporttni t.. lie th*
I i-t win and testament of said .1...
denl ha* been admitted to probate in
aid I'oitrt Yon are hereb) com-
manded within vi\ nl.-nitiir month*
from the dati .! the first publication
..f tin-, noii,, I,, appear in *aM Court
and ahow cauae, if any you can, */h)
the i.-lion of aatd Court in admlttlns
.-.lid win to probate fthouM not -i mil
inn evoked,
?BORrlE T ii.akk
i oiinty .linl*e
(Heal) Itv: mki.i:\ c. HICK
ci.-ik
Pirn i.ulili'iilion of thin notice on
the 12th day of June. IfM
RICHARD ^ VRI/SON. KSi.'S
Attopn. i for EXeCUtoT
60S Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Put.
1 6'iL'-i9-:'ij. :>?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6713
AI.THREE MSB SMITH,
I'liinilff,
vs.
MOH6AN HENRY SMITH.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'll: MORGAN HENRY SMITH
Residence I'liknown
YOU ARE HEREBY M "TtHKI' ih.it
a Complaint for IHvorce ha* been filed
i.L.iiii-i .von. und rot' ARE HEREBY
RKVCIRRO t.....rve a cop) of your
AtiMMi- to the Ci>mplalnt on the I'laiii-
tlff'.v Attorney*, ESSEN A ESSEN,
ESQS., Unit Ainvle) HMu. Miami,
Plnrldn, and file I he orlKtnal answer
in the Office the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Cunt ....... before Jul) 20th,
1964, in default of which Ihe Com-
plaint will be Ink. n ..- col .1
.i^iiin-t you.
DATED: JI'XE 16th, 1964.
1-7 B, [-EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clniill Conn. Dade County, hlnrldn
. al) B) : c. P, Ci U'KI.AN'li
* I '.[uit\ i 'l.-rk
_________6/19-26. 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 6727
\l ARl II IT AlKli 'Clllo.
Plaintiff.
\ -.
DOM I NICK Al'RICCHIO,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO 1" 'MINICK Al'RTCOHIO
11 i 'ovlnaton Street
Iliintumtoii Station, N.w York
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIHED thai
i Bill of Complain! ha* been filed
attains! you and yon are renjtilred to
nerve .i cop) of your answer or mher
defensive pleadliut* thereto upon
id.iiniifi .- attn ne> r.A V\li iNl i .1
W'-l.l- :ni Se.vi.ohl Bulldlns, M
32, Kim Ida, and file the ortainal thi i
.f in Hie iff ce of Ihe Clerk of the
en. nil Conn on or before the md
da) o| Jul)', 1964, "i .i il.-i-r. pro roll-
f.--,. will be entered naalnvt you.
IIATED, thl* 16th .lev of Juni
i: I! i.i:atiu:i;ma\'. cterk,
Clri'iili curt. I hide County, .Turidn
'-. .il l BJ : C, P. C. l'i:i.AM.
Iieputy Clerk
6/19-36, :
IN
Tn
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63453-B
:i: Estate nf
ISRAEL IIAVII 'Si 'N
I.....ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Person* Mm -
I Ins claim* oi Demand* Agutnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified und re-
quired I" present an) claim* and de-
mand* which you ninv have agaln*1
th. estate of ISRAEL DAVIDSON de-
ceased late of Wayne County, Mich-
igan, io ih.- Count) Judge* of Dafle
County, mm file the same in duplicate
nil.i us provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their office* in
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the Hme of the first publication
hereof, or Ihe same will be barred
i 'nt. .1 it Miami, Fli rlda, ihi- 16th
iiii ol June, a H. ii'ii4.
JOSEPH DAVrOSON
A* An. ill,'.i y Executor
i'i -t imhiii'iii ion of this notl......n
the 19th day of June. 19(4.
KOVNER ,v MANNHELMER
Attorney* for Ancillary Executor
366 i >ii|M.nt piMa i 'enter
Miami, I'lorhin
: 19-26, 7 J-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB) rHVEN I
Ihe mill, r-iu.....I, .i. na In engage In
I,.--.- undei the f'ctll nai
i'.. lin In.....k- Real l.'-t.i'i Lii'en
School mi.I Brook* Ri Esti I.
. Scl.....I. 7: I tiodfre) i: I
' \l mi Reach, l-'l.i iiii. mi- '
said name* with thi Clerk of the Ch -
. mi i 'ourt ,,f I. nle Coiintv, Flol III*
CECELIA BR( >OKS
il 12-19-86, 7 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 6354t B
IN BE: Estate "f
STAb'iA ino i.n, formerly known
.iv Stasia OMZBCHOVrSKI
1.....eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor*, and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Heinunoa Against bald
l7-!.ii..:
You ;,ri. hereby notified ami re-
quired to present an) cfctlma and de-
mand* which you ma) have against
the estate of STASIA QOl'LD, for-
merl) known a* STASIA ORZE-
CHOWSKI deceased late of Had.
Count). Florida, to the Count) Judge*
ol I >ude i 'nunt). and file the same In
ihelr office* in th.- County Courthouse
in Duue County, Florida, within sl\
calendar mvntha from the date of the
fust publication hereof, or th.- name
"ill lie barred.
HERBERT s SHAPIRI I
Executor
SHAPIRO, I'Un.i. ,v \. 1711.
Aiioi n, i
l"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florid.,
<' 19-86, 7 J-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394-B
IX RE Estate of
'ns \ STEINMETZ,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D.SCHAROt
NOTICE i- hereby given that I have
filed my Final. Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge *
r\.. it. l\ ..f the estate of Ri \
STEINMETZ, deceased: ind thai on
ihe '-'.'ih da) of July, 1964, will apply
10 the Honorable 'ounty Judgi !
I ..ol.- County, riorhhi. t..r u|iprovai
..f vni.i |- nal Report and for d i
i.iition anil final discharge a* E
iti\ ni ihe .-tut.' ol the ahovi >named
decedent Thl* 13th dm of Juni II I |
KITH SPEYER
Executrix
11 tROLD A CREENK
Ati... ne)
in..i \ i: 12.1th Street
North Miami 61, 11a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the nndershtned, deslrln* to engage in
bustnesN mi.i.. the fictitious nami
WINDSOR TERRACE APARTMENTS
nt MiL'i Mi. -hiunii Avenue, Miami
ii. :, h, I- lorlda, Intend tn register sa I
name with th.- Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Had.' cnnntv. Florida.
tJERTRl'DK MILLER
HKI.I7N EHREMIERfl
A DEL \ 11 > !: LEV V
IRENE LET* V
H:\viN 8 OARS
Attorne) f..r \pplli ants
1998 8W Ivt Street
6 I'.'-1'--:. i I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage i
business under the fictitious name or
the PAl'L Ai'is al 1101 Marseilles
Drive, Miami Beach, Pla Intends I i
register said name with the Clerk of
th.- circuit Court of Dade Oounly.
Florida.
PAUL KWITXET, Sol.- owner
.". 29. 6 5-18-1 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 6207
CHERRY WHITE,
Plaintiff,
\ -
II VNSEL LEE WHITE
I '. I', nilalit.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti HANSEL LEE WHITE
1602 ITalrle Avenue
Mobile, Alabama
You are hereb) notified thai a P.lll
of Complaint for Divorce ha* I*
flliil against you, and you ari n
.|iiii-.'il to serve a cop) '-: your Au-
sw.-r oi Pleading to tin I'-i.l of Coi
plaint .ti the |il ilntlff Attoi n.
PAl'L KWITNEY, ESO; I." Unooln
Road, Miami Reach, Florida, 3(139
and file the original Answei or Plead-
ing. In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 7th
day of July. 1964, If you fall to do
so, Judgment b) default will be taken
against you for the rellel demand' i
In the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall h.. published oni -
each week for foui i.....secutivi wet
in THE .1 B\\ ISH I 'l.i IRI1 'IAN
DONE \N I IR1>EKEI' al Mlam
Florida, this 3rd day of June, A
K i: 1.17 VTHERMAN. I
Cir, iii Com i. I lade I 'mint Fli
iseul) B) l. SNEEDEN,
It) Clerk
Paul K > Esquire
Ii iln lid Mian I lent h
All..: n. > fill I 'I..
r
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6728
JAM I
Ml S VJORELAND,
Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55005-A
IN RE Estnti id
LILLIAN Kl'.vrss

NOTICE UNOER
FICTIT OUS NAME LAW
\, iTH i- HEREBY til) EN thai
ii. nd Igned. desli ngage In
huslm...... the flctil name ol
WORK i > EMEN1 COMPANY al
Miami i'i.clda
a u h t he
,i. i 'ii, nit Court of I l.lll.
Count) r
..i.KSi ..\ I DECTSCH
"ole I >\\ II, 1
M \l:i, W KA) Ksy
Attoniei I I '.u'-. li
1-26, 7 S-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6384
SEYMlH'R .1 SMITH,
Plaint! fl
t
BY1 VI \ SMITH,
11. .
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
\ SYLVIA SMITH "
Street, H ltd Hi ach L I., Ni
Yorl red to fill
swer to

and thi ii.'
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1.171.A MAE P MORELANTi
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TI I.I7I.A MAK P Ml 'RBLANP
Ri sidence i 'nkown
You, I.I7I.A MAE P. MORBLAXD,
are hereb) notified thai a BUI id
t'omplnlni for Dlvirce has been filed
ugalnsl you, and you are required i"
nerve a cop) of )oui tnswer or Plead-
ing In I In Rill ol 'nmplaint on the
plaintiff'* Attorney, Richard Morton.
.vj, n i; second Avenue, Miami,
i .nei fib tin original Answei
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the 'ii cull 'ourt on oi befoi
22nd da) ..i July, 1964. if you r. il in
do s... judgment by default will Is
taken aga nsl you for the relh i ill -
in.in.I. .I in ih. inn ,.i Complaint.
This notlci shall I-.- published nnci
each week for four consecutive week-
In THi: JEW ISH FLORIIMAN
DONE \NI. ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 16th da) of June, A I'
1964
i: i: 1.1-7 VTHERM VN CI
Circuit Court, Dade County, hlorida
(seal) It) XI VRtil'ERITE M< HtPoRD
i', put) 'l. rk
'"ii VRD Mi iRTt IN
S ': Second A v i nu.
M in Via PL 7-::ill
\Ti.. iii for I'I ..niitf
A 19-26,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUT.ON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given thai I have
filed my final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge a*
Executor of the estate of LILLIAN
KRAl'SS, deceased and lhal on the
13th da) of Jul). 1964, ill appl) lo
the Honorable Count) Judge* of Had.-
County, Florida, for approval of *aM
l-'in.il Report and fur distribution and
final discharge a* Ejpcutor of the
nf the above-named decedent.
Thl* l"th da) of Ion.-. 1964
MARK KAPLAN
Executor
ARoNOVITZ, SILVERS SCHER
\ttoi ne) -
6IIJ Ainsle) Bulldlltg
Mian 12 Floi i.l.. 6/12-19-26, 7 3
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLOR'r-iV |NI ""BATE
No. 63391-C
IN RE Estate !
I.i.CIS HI'RWITZ,
Dec,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi and All Pel son: H -
i 'lalui- I n.ali.l- Ag .ill-:
Itl
You nn hi rebj n. Ifleil and r- -
quired to pre* ni an) claim* and rti
nd* which nu ma) ha<. aguinsl
i ne Loui* I lui ^^ 112
nl i iad. int). Horbla. to the
i 'nunt) .In I--. of I 'ade > 'mint) .
file Ihe .v.iin. in duplicate and it*
\ i.l.-.i In .-v. ': ii : 16, Flo Ida Si
iit.-.v. ill Hi.....Hi. e* in Hi. i '
i 'oui'thoiiv. in i 'a i. i 'nunt s. Flo I
with.n -iv alend ii ii'out h* from thi
tim.. of i h. ii' -t publica11.in hi
or the sa nu Hi be ba rred
I lated al Mian Florl la, thi* -it
da) ol June, VI' 1964
ABRAHAM SCHAFER
a- Executoi
Flrsl pi Idli id on ol ; i I* notice ""
Ihe -:ii da) of Jum 1964
THEOlXIRK i: NELSON
RICHARD .v NELSON
\ ttnrnei fi I !w cutm
605 Lincoln Rd Miami Ben'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ti
desli | t>. engage
-- undl i III. fictitious Ilanii -
APEX M AON A VOX s II .' W i A >
IPEX M WIN W 'X. M A li N A \ i
s111 I\\ v -1'
iat
III
of
i: .
lll*i lyne Hlvd .
nil
Ml* la Intend lo regisi
- with tin Clerk of the
ni i '.i.i. i 'ouni >. l-'i'.i i.i.
I i: \ KK Kl'l'U'H
Sl'ZANNE Rl'DICH
MKLVIN I'.l I'ICII
II tRVEY Rl'DI" II
::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III GIVEN II

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Ti .\\ \ Ml Ill N-

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NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 64C 6737
III iNNIE LEE TI I" R,
PI. i"
\ -
EDW VRu DENYS TC1H>R,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I I'I >\) Mil' I lENYS Tl'l'i'll
RESII 'ENi 17 I'NKNi \\ K
You .,.. hi reb) notified Hi II a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce' ha* bei n
flh .| aguinsi you, and s ou are n
.pin. .1 i.. *el le a op) "f \ oui \u
.v.. r oi Pleading to ihe Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
i'\i I, K u ITNEY. ii.'" Llm ..In Road,
i..... h, Floi Ida, and file the
Answei oi Pleading in the
nl th,- Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 88nd da) ol
July. I6I it vou fall to do so, judg-
ment b) defauli "ill be taken agalnsi
v.,ii for ih, relief demanded in the
mil ..! c .mpliitni
Thl, i : -li.'H be published once
i week*
HE IEWISH I- I >RIDI iv
DONE \ND ORDERED .. Miami,
.: h da.i a Juni A.D.
VTHERMAN '
S N EI 'EN
:)
Fla
-1 :-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63351 C
IN RE Estati ol
. il STA) EHRENI I. ,D.
I.....ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Creditors and All Persons II n -
: iuc Claims or i uand* fcgaltisl Said
iti
You I and 11 -
quired i. present an) la Im* and di
ni.in.lv \\ hi. mil in i \ ha v. agnli
the estati ol Gl -I'.w BHItENFELl
deceasetl late < Ihtde Hit), Fba-lda
!,. the 'mini > Judgi ol Dadi i Viun-
t \. and flh thi -.. mi In duplicate and
i- provided in -. i, Florida
Statutes, i'i their office* In thi Cottn-
i Courlhousi in Had.- i' Flor-
ida, within -iv calendnr months il.
ih. tim. of the iiivt publication hen
of, or 11" i" will hi lin
Dated ..t Miami, Hoildn, tins S8th
da) of May. A.D 1964,
maiii VNNK s. ii.\ii'i./.i:i:'
A* BxecutliN
I ri iiuhlii atlon .a i his i.ot:. e on
the Sth da- < I i
Kl'RT w ELL1SCH
Atioi-n. foi i' Hal* of
GCSTAV EHRENFE1.D
io; Ah i-rla A\e. i Fla
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl >TH 'EIS Y GIVEN II I
the underr
BONDED 17N N.V
11ERTA >
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