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. "Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 26 Miami. Florida. Friday, June 26. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20* Fifteen Rabbis are Arrested in St. Augustine Demonstrators Shoved Into Police Cars SI GUSTINB. Fla. — (JTA) Reform rabbis were 7 demonstrators arrested en they sought to recite prayers at a motel involvdesegregation controversy. Pred Shuttlesworth. a esegregation leader, led gation in prayer The r 'i> • to join the Rev Martin .in; desegregation drive. me from the convention In City of the Central ton Of American Rabbis TN motel manager, James Ktocr shoved the rabbis and •ibuit: them psysically, stating "you are not going to pray here. This is private property." He hustled them into police cars with the help of police who arrestec the rabbis. Four police squat cars filled with rabbis were driven to jail. Prominent Spiritual Leaders Across Country Listed Among Those Taken into Custody ALStHl VORSPAN Judge Will Sentence AJC Leaders July 9 WASHINGTON ( JTA ) — Reports received by the Justice Department this week revealed that some ol the nation's leading Reform rabbis were among those arrested by St. Augustine, Fla., police and held in lieu 01 bond lor violating Florida's anti-trespassin L; laws. Al-o booked was a lay leader, Albert Vorspan, director of the Commission on Social Action for the Union ol American Hebrew Congregations The director of the Commission on Interfaith Activities for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Rabbi Balfour Eiickner, was arrested. Kabbi Eugene Lipman, ol Temple Sinai, Washington, D.C., where KING TELEGRAPHS Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.. in a telegram to the CCAR gathering for its 75th annual convention in Atlantic City. N.J.. urged the rabbito take part in the dem onstrations, saying "St. Augustine. Fla.. has become the battleground between the forces of good and ill will in our nation ... We can not allow them to celebrate •400 years of bigotry and hate." ael Robinson. Crolon an-the-Hud son. NY.; Mickey Sills. MilwauRABB BAiF0UR BRICKNtR l.rc, Wise.; Daniel Fogel. Roslyn. N.Y ; and Eugene Borowitz. promany high government officials lessor of theology at Hebrew worship, also wa.arrested. i nion College, New York City. Others include Rabi>i> Israel Also Rabbis R. Allen Secher, Dresner, Springfield. N.J.; Joel| Butler, Pa.: Leon Jick. Mt. VerGOor, San DiegO, Calif.; Norman eon. NY.: Byron Rubcn.-tcin. Hirsch, Seattle. Wash; Joseph Westport. Conn ; Jerold Goldstein, NEW YORK The trial of 12 Heraog, sharon. Pa.; Murray St. Paul. Miss.; and Richard Levy, Shazman, Champaign, N.Y.; Mich Springfield, N .1 By Special Report leaders of the American Jewish Congress charged with disorderl) Wltl the first arrests the rah conduct lor picketing the Jordan his bt-.ri reciting a Psalm, "Yea Ihougl 1 walk through the valley 11 • shadow of death ." tvhik the rabbis were being push -; id and dragged into DOe cars, Negro and while dem -ir; %  rs jumped into the motel's President Joachim Prinz hit* inly" swimming pool Thej -ere then beaten hy police i -ted along with the rab The rabbis were charged th conspiracy to violate slate t/espassing and disorderly Kindt World's Fair Ian Pavilion at the ended this week. Judge Bernard Dubin. ol Queens I ounty Criminal Court, reserved decision until July 9 but fold the defendants, headed by AJCongress "I am persuaded by the evidence and by your own character that you were not disorderly but acted in an entirely peaceful manner. AT 75lli CCAK CONVtNTION Reform Rabbis Urge Big Shift in American Values (it your hands off me, >iun_ bespectacled rabhi one said munity as "kind of hodgepodge" of a wide variety of organizations "vieing for funds, manpower and time for program schedules. Ii idlj to Brock. He was lilted off hi> feel by a deputy and forced into ft back seat of a patrol car. We'n doini{ this for America, rabbi exclaimed. He said the innumerable organisations "stumble all over each Eshkol Reports on U.S. Interest in Israel Security ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. I JTA) -A leading Reform rabbi forecast "The only issue 1 must decide || ns week the assimilation of il whether your action in violating America's Jews in a few generate World Fair anti-picketing tums jf there was no shift irom regulation also constitutes violat^ n emphasis on organizational ing the penal law of New York." competition and fund-raising to a Judge Dubins remarks came at ,, ro gram of Jewish values of tne end of a trial that was spread i curniD o, worship, cultural and, f r :.. c l | !" "", "L !" family life. The prediction was made by Rabbi Leon Feuer. president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis at the organization's 7. r
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June 26, 1964

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

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 26
Miami. Florida. Friday, June 26. 1964
Two Sections Price 20*
Fifteen Rabbis are Arrested in St. Augustine
Demonstrators
Shoved Into
Police Cars
SI GUSTINB. Fla. (JTA)
Reform rabbis were
7 demonstrators arrested
en they sought to recite
prayers at a motel involv-
desegregation controversy.
. Pred Shuttlesworth. a
esegregation leader, led
gation in prayer The r 'i>
to join the Rev Martin
.in; desegregation drive.
me from the convention In
City of the Central ton
Of American Rabbis
TN motel manager, James
Ktocr shoved the rabbis and
ibuit: them psysically, stating
"you are not going to pray here.
This is private property." He
hustled them into police cars
with the help of police who ar-
restec the rabbis. Four police
squat cars filled with rabbis
were driven to jail.
Prominent Spiritual Leaders Across Country
Listed Among Those Taken into Custody
ALStHl VORSPAN
Judge Will
Sentence AJC
Leaders July 9
WASHINGTON ( JTA ) Re-
ports received by the Justice De-
partment this week revealed that
some ol the nation's leading Re-
form rabbis were among those ar-
rested by St. Augustine, Fla., po-
lice and held in lieu 01 bond lor
violating Florida's anti-trespass-
inl; laws.
Al-o booked was a lay leader,
Albert Vorspan, director of the
Commission on Social Action for
the Union ol American Hebrew
Congregations
The director of the Commis-
sion on Interfaith Activities for
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Rabbi Balfour
Eiickner, was arrested.
Kabbi Eugene Lipman, ol Tem-
ple Sinai, Washington, D.C., where
KING TELEGRAPHS
Rev. Martin Luther King
Jr.. in a telegram to the
CCAR gathering for its 75th
annual convention in Atlan-
tic City. N.J.. urged the rab-
bi- to take part in the dem
onstrations, saying "St. Au-
gustine. Fla.. has become
the battleground between
the forces of good and ill will
in our nation ... We can
not allow them to celebrate
400 years of bigotry and
hate."
ael Robinson. Crolon an-the-Hud
son. NY.; Mickey Sills. Milwau- RABB, BAiF0UR BRICKNtR
l.rc, Wise.; Daniel Fogel. Roslyn._________
N.Y ; and Eugene Borowitz. pro-
many high government officials lessor of theology at Hebrew
worship, also wa.- arrested. i nion College, New York City.
Others include Rabi>i> Israel Also Rabbis R. Allen Secher,
Dresner, Springfield. N.J.; Joel| Butler, Pa.: Leon Jick. Mt. Ver-
GOor, San DiegO, Calif.; Norman eon. NY.: Byron Rubcn.-tcin.
Hirsch, Seattle. Wash; Joseph, Westport. Conn ; Jerold Goldstein,
NEW YORK The trial of 12 Heraog, sharon. Pa.; Murray St. Paul. Miss.; and Richard Levy,
Shazman, Champaign, N.Y.; Mich Springfield, N .1
By Special Report
leaders of the American Jewish
Congress charged with disorderl)
Wltl the first arrests the rah conduct lor picketing the Jordan
his bt-.ri reciting a Psalm, "Yea
Ihougl 1 walk through the valley
11 shadow of death ."
tvhik the rabbis were being push
-; id and dragged into DO-
e cars, Negro and while dem
-ir; rs jumped into the motel's President Joachim Prinz
hit* inly" swimming pool
Thej -ere then beaten hy police
i -ted along with the rab
! The rabbis were charged
th conspiracy to violate slate
t/espassing and disorderly
Kindt
World's Fair
Ian Pavilion at the
ended this week.
Judge Bernard Dubin. ol Queens
I ounty Criminal Court, reserved
decision until July 9 but fold the
defendants, headed by AJCongress
"I am persuaded by the evi-
dence and by your own charac-
ter that you were not disorderly
but acted in an entirely peace-
ful manner.
AT 75lli CCAK CONVtNTION
Reform Rabbis Urge Big
Shift in American Values
(it- your hands off me,
>iun_ bespectacled rabhi
one
said
munity as "kind of hodge-
podge" of a wide variety of or-
ganizations "vieing for funds,
manpower and time for program
schedules.
Ii idlj to Brock. He was lilted off
hi> feel by a deputy and forced
into ft back seat of a patrol car.
We'n doini{ this for America, '
rabbi exclaimed.
He said the innumerable organi-
sations "stumble all over each
Eshkol Reports on U.S.
Interest in Israel Security
ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. I JTA)
-A leading Reform rabbi forecast
"The only issue 1 must decide ||ns week the assimilation of
il whether your action in violating America's Jews in a few genera-
te World Fair anti-picketing tums jf there was no shift irom
regulation also constitutes violat- ^n emphasis on organizational
ing the penal law of New York." competition and fund-raising to a
Judge Dubins remarks came at ,,rogram of Jewish values of
tne end of a trial that was spread icurniDo, worship, cultural and,f r:..cl |"", "L
family life.
The prediction was made by
Rabbi Leon Feuer. president of
the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis at the organization's
7.r
Continued, on Page 6-A
JER; SALEM* (JTA1 Pram-
h r L- i Eshkol reported this
rek at in his talks with I'resi
i .; uison in Washington, the
expressed friendship and
i ei for Israel and that the
' -u > had stressed thai H was
th* I'nited States' interest fo
ed s the largest ever held in
Israel, staged a parade for the
Premier.
The Premier discussed, in an
airport statement, the announced
t mied States Israel join! plans
for research into the possibilities
He told his 850 rabbinical col-
leagues that the time had come
to re-evaluate the relationship of
the rabbinate to the Jewish
community which he said suf-
fered from "duplication of ex-
penditures and waste of funds."
He described the Jewish com-
bewildered average Jew" besieg-
ed by "conflicting claims upon his
attention, loyalty and financial
support."
Unless the American Jewry
can be made to grasp this basic
truth that a change of emphasis
is needed, all of the motivations
for the support of ancillary pro-
grams, indeed lor survival to-
ut ther. will vanish in a few gen-
erations." R;ibbi Feuer warned.
Last Synagogue
Left in Minsk
Is Demolished
LONDON (JTA I The last
synagogue in Minsk has been
razed, the demolition startinc
without prior notice, while Jews
were attending service.- in the
structure, it as reported here
this week from Moscow.
The worshippers had been ex-
pecting the razing of the syna-
gogue, a small wooden structure,
to provide room for a new apart-
ment house, for at least a year.
But they had not been given any
notice of the date and were at
services when workmen appeared
on May 29 to start tearing the
building down, according to the
report.
There are now about 56,000
Jews as compared to the 400,000
who lived there prior to the Naii
occupation of this Soviet City
where they annihilated the Jew-
ish population. The Minsk reli-
gious Jews reported are plan-
ning to hold services in apart-
ments, using whatever religious
requisites they were able to sal-
vage from the razed synagogue.
The structure, believed to have
been centuries old, had become
He called upon the Reform Rab- delapidated in recent years. It
had been a small part- of what
Continued on Page 3-A
Continued on Pa.ge 1-A
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UraePs, Integrit) and ^ w;ilrl. sald
ii,.,' aftei research was complel
Orthodox Hit Gloom on Survival
I hi Middle Ea
ime Minister
ime Minister n a l< thi
on his return to Israel
rief real in Switzerland
his w hirlwind 12 d ij
ihe United State He was
Israeli Premier fo visit
on in offl< i il in\ Itation
ted States President
The Premier also reported to
troops in Beer The troops, after completing
three days of exercises describ-
,.,; a lai planl would be built.
Premier Eshkol told the troops
thai "the reputation "i the Israel
l
i
PALLSBI RG, N Y JTA and errors in failing to ;ssess the
Criticism against those who pre- ,|1|U.,- resources ol the Jewish com-
did a lecline in \ Jew munit} in the United states." Rab-
:-h life was voiced at Ihe annual hj AvRutick said in his presiden-
is widespread In reference conVention ol the Rabbinical Coun ,,i address at the convention. "It
.orce is wilespread In reference ,, o| American here l>\ Rabbi anything, American Judaism is
Ii. his talk's with oflicials in Wash ^Drah.am AvRutick. president of undergoing a most spectacular
:aid "I
essarj to comment
found it nee-
on such ap
I iaisals made withoul Israel i'
en the equipment necessary "to
Continued on Page 16-A
renaissance in revitalizing funda-
institutions of education,
- ial welfare and scholarly re-
survival ot Judaism search oi all types and descrip
:li, Orth idox rabbinica
"The recent prophets
din tin
have committed great blunders I ons
"American Orthodoxy," he
cortinued, "is making tremen-
dou strides in becoming a faith
for the modern intellectual and
business leae'er instead of rely-
ing on the senile, uneducated
ard poor elements for its sus-
tenance. Over 300 all-day
schcols have been created by
Orthodox Jews in recent years
Continued on Page 1S-A


?obe 2-A

Friday, June
26. 1964.
Miami AJCom. To Host National Board Meet Here
Ralph Friedman, chairman of
the National Executive Board of hospit
the American Jewish Committee,
has announced that the Greater
Miami Chapter will play host to
the 250 delegates of the National
Executive Committee meeting in
Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau
Motel on December 4 to 6.
James R Katzman. a Miami
Chapter vice president, has been
appointed chairman of the local
committee, which includes:
Mr- Leo Ackerman. Myron M.
Behrman. Alvin Cassel. Mrs
Aaron Karr. Mrs Burton B Gold
stein, David B. Fleeman, David
R. Hochberg. William E. Glad
stone. Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. Mrs.
James R Katzman. Raymond
Lewis, Mrs. Eleanor Lipton. Mrs.
Herbert Mathes. Baron de Ilirsch
Meyer, Sidney Meyer. Col. Nath-
an B. Rood and Mrs, Sydney Wein.
Iraub.
Plans are being made for home low the banquet on v
ispitality rnd a reception to fol-1 night. Dec. 5 '-"urday
Irvine Spear, governor of Optimist Clubs. State of Florida,
gives oath of office to newly-elected president of North Shore
Optimist Club, Murray Sonnett. Some 50 members of the
club and their wives were present at the annual installation
dinner at the Lucayan Beach Hotel on Sunday.
Judea Opens Member Drive
Temple Judea'.- membership
rive was opened with a party on
Sunday evening at the home <>i
l>r. and Mrs Bernard Yesner.
;800 Granada Blvd. Coral Gables.
The evening was planned by Mr
..nd Mrs Richard Horwick. of
Coral Gables, chairmen, and their
Membership Committee
throughout the summer, announced
Mr. and Mrs llorwu-h
Prospective
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hen' wai
session
Future gatherings will be held
members attended
gathering, at which
a question and answer
*3\y VBM'vnira,
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Page 3-A
'Reform Rabbis Urge Shift in U.S. Jewish Values
,
Continued from Page 1-A
txpreu themselves on
in the communities in
and eleer voice "
I religious leader decried the
upon millions of dollars
thich go "ito building funds and
)U. operation of scores of Jewish
uhich have been imposed
pun Jewish communities all over
miry, while those institu-
,,n> which are dedicated to the
eligious and intellectual enrich-
: Jewish personality, to the
at ion of Jewish traditions
nd va ues goes begging tor a pit
..m,,. .iiul no one has yet ration
||j i xplailMd what these centers
ite toward the survival of
in."
Peuer remarked that some
il .l<'\\i>h organizations have
begun to recognize the
,i thai the younger generation
American Jews scorn this
. in Jewish life and com
eness He said that these
. i already concerned
(he "possible disappearance
> philanthropic and other types
community giving on the part
-urn eding generations
The delegates heard a report
on a new research study of mix-
ed marriages and conversions in
a search by 'he CCAR for means
to cope with the problem. Re-
form rabbis in the United States
and Canada have been sent
questionnaires. Rabbi Hillel A.
Fine, of Harrisburg, chairman of
the CCAR Committee on Mixed
Marriage, reported that the ques-
tionnaire askes each rabbi to
provide data on the history of
mixed marriages performed dur-
ing a period of up to ten years.
Data sought includes informa-
tion on the number of conversions
to Judaism by the non Jewish
not officiate at such a wedding, rtbbis assailed a proposed const!-
Rabbi Fine also reported that lutional amendment introduced In
tie House Judiciary Committee.
along with some 140 similar pro-
pOSals to void the Supreme Court
ban.
S >pecial study was currently be-
ing conducted of all marriages
during the month of June in St.
Louis. Rabbis, ministers, priests
and others have been asked to
give information on whether the
officiant was the first choice of
world peace" by recalling the West
German scientists working on
l.gyptian arms dcvelop"me'nf or t
' cancel their citizenship." Th.
delegates also urged the adoption
ol a "ban under IN control "
the supply, manufacturing rt
search and development of nuclear
weapons and guided missiles for
the Middle East nations."
The delegates also hailed the n
cent declaration by President
Johnson that the "United States
supports social and economic am!
The rabbis rejected the conten
tion that "our schools are irreli-
gious because of the elimination
the couple being married, if not. of the religious practices and ob-
what the first preference was, and servances." The elimination of political progress in the Middle
what the reason was for the pre- -perfunctory religious rites" does East" and the pledge of support
lerred officiant's refusal to per- not make the schools "godlaas," for "the security both Israel and
form the marriage. they asserted her neighbors."
Rabbis of the five Reform con- The rabbi, expressed strong op Three speakers at another SCs
gregations 'n St. Louis have also position to the shared time plan, sion called on the American R'
under which
partner before and after the cere- |K,en ;,k,.(| t() |ist tne niirnbo|. ,)t lm(k.r njt.n pupl|s jn sectarian form Judaism to protest stronglj
ninny, on couples in which there marriages at which they were un-1 schools are sent to public schools ,|. |ack ol separation of church
was no com, rsi,.n but who were | abk> or umvi||ing .0 officiate, to share instruction in secular ad state in Israel which they as
members of tne rabbis congrega- v itn a summary of their reasons, subjects with public school pupils, sorted continued to impede the
ion, the rabbi s personal attitude A fuM gUmmary and analysis of They said the plan had serious ,.l(. development of a non-Orth<
inning mixed mar- the study was expected to be ready dangers in that it was "likely to dox Judaism' there.
riagea and >m what happens to
couples when a rabbi refuses to
perform a wedding because the
non-Jewish partner refuses to con-
vert.
The rabbis also are asked to
stive their views on the CCAR
position on the issue. The CCAR
opposes performance of weddings
in which there is no conversion
to Judaism but does not forbid
members to perform such wed-
dings. Most Reform rabbis will
New Chief Rabbi Wants
America-Israel Torah Corps
ir, September 1967.
Rabbi Feuer called on the
CCAR to provide "greater finan-
cial resources" for an expanded
program on research into the
problems of mixed marriages as
a step in meeting the "increas-
ing threat" of Jewish assimila-
tion in the American commun-
ity. He suggested that the
CCAR Committee be authorized
to consult with similar agencies
of Orthodox and Conservative
Judaism on the problem "which
is surely of mutual concern."
The delegates charged, at an-
other session, that 80 per cent of
the public schools in this country
were in "wholesale disrespect" of
the Supreme Court ban on prayers
and Bible readings in the schools.
NEW YORK (JTA) Chief
iabbl Iser Yehuda L'nterman.
Israel, called this week for the
i stablisJiment of a joint Ameri-
. n Israel Torah Corps to help
pintually undernourished and
nderdeveloped countries in Eu-
rope, South America, and Asia to
naintain the basic values, ideals
and rituals of historic ami tradi-
tional Judaism."
Speaking at a dinner of the Re-
UiOUS Zionists of America, the
iii f Rabbi told the l.ooo guests
I the need for help is urgent it
: Jewish communities in Bu-
Ninth America and Asia are
-urvive spiritually.
He appealed to the leaders of
e.-gioos Jewry in the United
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accentuate religious differences"
and it might involve "religious
functionaries in various aspects of
public school administration, cur-
riculum planning and schedul-
ing."
They also urged Congress to
enact legislation to protect con-
scientious objectors to military
service to deal with cases where
the protection of the law for such
persons had been denied "to
those who do not profess a be-
lief in a Supreme Being, although
thair integrity as conscientious
objectors is without doubt."
They said this constituted at-
tempts by the Government "to
define religion for the indivi-
dual."
States "to cooporate with Israel
in tho sotting up of the neces-
sary machinery to implement
the concent of a mutual Torah
Corps patterned along the ideas
of American and European
Peace Corps operations."
Kabbi Mordecai Kirshblum.
president of the Religious Zionists
of America, urged the Government
ot Germany to recall those Ger-
man scientists who are aiding
Egypt to launch an attack on Is-
rael. "No governmenl is power-
less lo prevent its own citizens
iiom performing in a manner
which will bring aboul serious in-
ternational complications such as
a socket and missile assault on a
nee and innnocent nation like Is
rael," he said.
Rabbi rnteiman said on bis ar-
rival that while in this country
he would take part in discussions
aimed at uniting various elements
ol Orthodox congregations in the
United States.
Rabbi David Polish, of Evan
ston. III., said Reform Jews
could no longer escape the con-
tradition of an American Jew-
ry fighting for the separation
of church ar.d state in this land'
while accepting "theocracy" in
Israel and that because of the
"fiction of non-involvement,"
Jews in the United States "have
been until recently silent and
overly-cautious" while "a con-
spiracy of silence enshrouded
the spreading scandal of reli-
gious repression in Israel."
Rabbi Albert S. Goldstein, of
Brookline. Mass., and Rabbi Rich
ard C. Hertz, of Detroit, agreed on
the need for Reform Judaism U
press for complete church-state
The rabbis called on the West separation in Israel. It was noted
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Friday, June 26, 1964
16 Tamuz 5724
The Impact
Of Demonstrations
It is difficult to assess what
the fifteen rabbis arrested in St.
Augustine have accomplished.
They have, it is true, gone on
record as part of the integration
demonstrations in America's old-
sst city, where some equally anti-
quated customs concerning the
dignity of man still seem to reign.
They have struck a blow in the
name of tomorrow's society today.
They have let the nation and the
vvorld know that Jews are prepar-
5d and able to be counted in the
settle for human rights even when
:heir own were not directly chal-
lenged.
The question becomes: which
lews? The fifteen rabbis are all
members of the Reform move-
ment, whose representative or-
ganization was meeting simul-
taneously in Atlantic City, N.J.,
to discuss, among other things,
the larger issues of Jewish sur-
vival. Did the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis sug-
gest the action in St. Augustine?
Were specific rabbis designated
as participants?
Obviously, when such august leaders as
Albert Vorspan,. director of the Commission on
Social Action of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, and Rabbi Balfour Brick-
ner, director of its Commission on Interfaith
Activities, are among those who participated
in the demonstrations and were arrested, we
can assume that this was more than a simple
"grass roots" or spontaneous decision.
What impact it will have in the long run
is difficult to assess today.

The Vanishing Jew
While members of the Central Conference
of American Rabbi went to St. Augustine, the
organization in Atlantic City heard horn its
president, Rabbi Leon Feuer, who called upon
drastic changes in the relationship between
the rabbinate and the Jewish community it
serves.
Principally, Rabbi Feuer deplored the
"hodge-podge" of contemporary manpower
and philanthropic effort that ignored the insti-
tutions dedicated to the religous and intellec-
tual enrichment of Jewish personality and to
the preservation of Jewish tradition.
Unless a change occurs, warned Rabbi
Feuer, dire things are ahead for American
Jewry: among them the possible vanishing of
our culture in little more than a few genera-
tions. Add to this the CCAR's concern about
mixed marriages, and a dim picture indeed
emerged from the conference with respect to
Jewish survival.
It would be interesting to speculate upon
how the Reform rabbinate regards the action
in St. Augustine. Do they truly believe that
the rabbinical participants there were showing
concern for the issues raised in Atlantic City
as a means of forefending the vanishing Amer-
ican Jew?

An Optimistic Evaluation
Now is the time for conventions of spiri-
tual leaders. The Conservative movement
gathered recently in New York City. And
while Reform movement leaders were meeting
in Atlantic City, the Orthodox Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America came together ;n Fallsburg,
N.Y., to hear Rabbi Abraham AvRutick. pres-
ident of the organization, lace into the "proph-
ets of gloom regarding the survival of Juda-
ism."
Whether or not Rabbi AvRutick had the
address of Rabbi Feuer in mind, the fact is
that he vociferously denied the existence of a
trend toward American Jewish fragmentation.
To bolster his point of view, he told the
Council that Orthodoxy in the U.S. seems to be
making tremendous strides today in contrast
to the experience of more recent years. In his
view, Orthodoxy is a "faith for the modern
intellectual and business leader ."
As further evidence. Rabbi AvRutick cit-
ed the sustained growth of all-day schools
throughout the nation. Whether or not his
"proof" is valid, it certainly seemed more opti-
mistic with regard to American Jewry's future
than were the deliberations in Atlantic City.

The Value of Sociology
Optimism, alone, can be a sign of noth-
ing. Rabbi AvRutick wanted to bolster the
spirit of the Rabbinical Council and the Amer-
ican Orthodox movement generally; and, ap-
parently, he did this admirably. Rabbi Feuer,
on the other hand, sounded a warning that
is equally valid to our futureand equally
cogent. To say, as the Orthodox rabbis sug-
gested, that the American Jew will not van-
ish does not mean that he can not.
And. to say that the American Jew can
vanish, does not mean that he will.
If both conferences were therefore specu-
latively fruitful each in their own way, it re-
mained for Rabbi AvRutick to make the most
telling obiervction of all: "This emphasis on
sociological phenomena is salutary and con-
structive in paving the way for the strength-
ening of more desirable non-theological ex-
changes between historically different reli-
gious viewpoints."
He was referring to the Ecumenical Coun-
cil. But he might, as well, have been re-
ferring to St. Augustine. Fla., and the fifteen
Reform rabbis who were arrested for demon-
strating there. Sociological phenomena are
of course, within the purview of religious ex-
perience but they are no. all-encompassing.
Where St. Augustine or the Ecumenical Coun-
Lr?tany T,r-er.su<;h experience becomes the
totality of Jewish identification, then there in-
deed :s the possibility of a vanishing Am'
can Jew. 3
during (he week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
"igONE DARE
^on," by John A -
is "the carefully docui
story of America's
from victory.'" accoi
its publisher. Libert) \.
Books. Casa Ceaey, nn|"
in the North Miami B, jj
ami Shores and Nortl ,m.
Journal, recommend- }..'^
I ... .... -. .m as "thought provoking no,
frightening." Declare i lScv.
"Ordinarily, much of what Stormer presents could be dismis- (
were not so well documented by the very words of those whom \1
accuses of leading this nation along a path to collectivism.''
The Journal is an affiliate publication of this city's n ml
daily, and its columnists ought to know better. What does < ,-m *
in fact do? No decent-thinking American denies the danger of (,<>,
rminism. but how does Stormer alert his readers? To beg.
he "documents" the life of Karl Marx, naively attempting
credit the philosophy by discrediting the life of the man.
"Three of his children." writes Stormer. "died of starvation in
Two others committed suicide. Only one lived to maturity
. when a gift of about $500 arrived from a rich uncle
many, he used the money for a two-month drinking spree
wife, left penniless in London, was evicted from their apartnie-
the infant children."
Thus, we link hands with Stormer to weep over the fate Mr.
Marx, her shiftless husband thoroughly discredited as a humar teiog
hut has the Communist philosophy been shaken as a result0 5' rmet
doesn't even think so. He reports, instead, the alleged read n if
Richard C. Arens. staff director of a Congressional committee ikint
evidence from Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer. chief of strategic
during World War II. In fact, the General was asked: ".
is it on the Communist timetable for world domination?'"
Mth.
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I it self:
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EVftrONI IS A TRAITOR
UUEDEMEYER REPLIED: 1 ;im not completely I peSSil
" it is very. very late." The published record is i
tor Stormer. Arens. according to hi- Inside line, noted that I
ei.il "dropped his eyes U the floor" and answered inatead: -
humble, hones) judgment is thai n is too late Deduces -
""Before it was printed, Wedemeyer edited his testimony
I do not here criticize another newspaper for serially pri
a book ;i- a means of explaining Communism and tin dai
vances it has made during the past thirty years or -o This
a laudable communal service. But I do criticize the positiv
of "None Dare Call it Treason," which is irresponsible and |
carefully-documented." and which" proceeds from spec
impugn the patriotism and motive- of just aboul everyone .
Item: President Roosevelt is virtual!} accused of assisting
in the Communication of the world Declares stormer: a-
Roosevelt, with Alger Hiss a) his side, gave Stalin the easti
of Poland and the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuai
He agreed to coalition governments for Yugoslavia and Polar.
Thus, at Yalta, the first step of Lenin's master plan was appr
THt TRUMANMACARTHUR CONTROVtRSY
ITEM: NEXT IN line for the Stormer treason parade is Harrv Tn
man. With the fall of China." he writes, "the second i> n
Lenin's plan for world conquest was nearly accomplished Dean
Acheson, one of the diplomats who participated in the series
0d actions which ultimately led to the fall of China .
announced to the world in a speech that Korea was out
defense perimeter'." The attack upon Truman here become-
what complicated. Stormer proceeds to reason that, as a consi
of the President's Secretary of State, "within six months, th
Korean Communists attacked South Korea."
The late Gen. Mat-Arthur is thereupon lauded fur
greatest displayt of military genius in history;" although his
passing seems to shed other light on this controveraial
addition. Stormer charges MacArthur with being "muzzled b>
idential order," blithely ignoring ..ll the other issues involvi
as Truman's decision to impose his constitutional power
mander-in-chiel over a militarj leader who preferred to igi
aints of the civil authorities directing him. Conclude- -
"The American plum, which Lenin predicted would one daj
Communist hai Is without a fight, was beginning to ripen
How do Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy fare m "N
tall it Treason' Hardly any better.
Eisenhower is depicted as man who said be coi I
",'' ""' mess in Washington." Declares Stormer Ph. hi
I he Korean War ended More billions were ap|
for foreign aid and to keep the world safe' In short th
wasn t cleaned up Eisenhowi r peace with honor
teasi 400 Aim Men soldiers to rot. forgotten In Chinese pnsoi
And then: -w.th the cnt.es gone, Eisenhower initiated
programs for the Communist enemy."
4 FLORIDA CMUtfnU fORMD
^S FOR THE late President John F Kennedv. there tin U
nothing he did that was right. As Stormer sees it tl
coalition contradicted the Pre-,,lent'a promise of March. 196
neither Laos nor North Viet Nam would be permitted to fall
parmg the t S -Soviet agreement there to the "peaceful solutioi
led to the Communization of Poland. Czechoslovakia and
Stormer charges Kennedy with subsequently pressuring pro W
Prince Boun Oum. who allegedly refused to give Commum-
pos.tions in his government and was made to succumb whe
Kennedy stopped his monthly foreign aid allotment of $4 null;
,i, bWoh0Ut mncy ,0 pay his army- was under Com
attack Boun Oum was helpless President Kennedv and
Khrushchev praised the peaceful" settlement in Laos."
of ,, quo,l/rcm "< S'ormer book m such detail to indicate it
or view. The author's history is fundamentally correct, and -
tense as well as the motives behind the reasoning of America
ers are cleverly distorted to force them into a mold of his ,.
mined conclusions Were Presidents Roosevelt, Truman. Eis. i
and Keuedy all traitors, and worse, Communists" Did the)
'oil "'"'' h'""M ""'-:"v ,,r,v," ,ht'm *owu6 at
enemv '" "" ** d''l,b('''"''> NaU* into the bands
. UK In son implies they were dupes and I
':'"'-/''"'''' ^ ^ that they had nS y.
II the tricks ol the Marxial wi,. stormer has to
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Jabotinsky Was Strength of Irgun
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
missions would still bo investigat- militarism o\ \ahotn is to
)\vj. the Palestine problem and the obvious as com-
Your editorial, 'The Riyhtinu of p,n- of White Papers taking on m. n I .. -' that
i, Profound Wrong." in the June the proportion ol a mountain; Herui /'
19 issue was an excellent one. while lien Gurion and entourage ced :.i
' i. ____... ,n ,u pussy-footed about with their in- pfnlosoph; often jar
However, 1 take exception to the : .. .u_ i i
credible policies (among them
lines. Jabotinsky, the militant ..Haviaga" -self restraint I acting
leader, became unfortunate and n]y when the members of the
posthumous hen- to a militarist- Hagannah demanded action against
terrorist reputation based upon (he British,
i the Revisionist Zionism out ot
Rabt: Alexander S. Gross (right), principal of the Hebrew
emy, presents Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fiitel with a plaque
ognition of being chosen Hebrew Academy "Couple of
the .ear" at a recent dinner at the Deauville Hotel.
I Beth Torah Students Honored

Oul ..nding students of the Fred Poritzky, Karen Stern, Jos-
rafa Congregation Religious eph Bernstein, Matthew Caidin,
cere honored at award as- Mildred Katz. David Htrsch, Ar-
., ,:. marking the close of the r.old Silver, Richard Browdy. Rus-
,h< vear. Abraham J. Gittel- s. 11 Bookbinder.
nation director, an. ^^ ^^ Rose Bcrson
Sharon Ross. Sherry Miller. Joel
I Meo'l Club presented each shweky. Richard Katzman, Martin
-hip winner with a pin, sturman. Martin Adler. Steven
ng upon how many years Kane, Susan Feinstein. Michael
dent had achieved Honor priedman, Jacky Kirschenbaum.
I ill ratings. Each teacher pre Helene Bookman, Kim Foster.
nur his own students with the pau] Herman. Henrietta Lancer.
- ..nd a Certificate of Merit Joyce Goldstein. Sherry Rakusin.
[Ho honored include Robert Beverly Reiff. Jonathan Weiser.
Sterling. Cheryl Avins. Adrian Bennie Feinstein. Ronnie
i idiri Maria Hirschfield. Eileen stem. Marc Ellis.
I ichtenfeld, Eugene Witkin. John
-almoo, Glenn Sneider. Bernard
Lewis, Todd Langner. Abe Eich-
. nb.:. Harry Hausman, Andy
Kotlikoff, Marlene Kravitz. Bar
hara Stone. Steven Silberman,
Alan Wlshneff, Robert Rakusin.
Richan Morns
Ku>.* Bakerman, Ellen Schim-
ek, N< Hoe. Erica Reiss. Andrew
i avii David Tenenbaum, Barbara
l ,'iin: Barbie Cohen, Bonnie
lorei stein, Charlotte Kass, Linda
'. Larrj Kahn, Susan
ildman, Michael Barth. Edward
m, Stephen Bookbinder.
whose root- grew the Herat Par-'
ty." and would refer you to the'
biography of Jabotinsky. "Fighter
and Prophet." by Joseph Select-
man, chapter 25. titled "The Fath-
er of Jewish Armed Resistance II."
which describes Jabotinsky's atti-
tude toward organized self-defense
of the Yishuv.
At a meeting in Warsaw in
1939, Jabotinsky said: "When
the Irgun grows, your hope also
grows; when the Irgun does not
progress, your hope wanes. The
Irgun is your salvation Its
existence is your promise .
It is the strongest form of pro-
test. With their sacrifice, they
awaken the conscience of the en-
tire youth in Eretz Israel. The
Irgun must grow, reinforced by
whole battalions of young Jews
from the Diaspora, thus estab-
lishing a powerful Jewish army."
MRS. ELAINE ELMALEH
Miami
i dtor's mii r Tlu- intent o) I
observation which Mrs. Elmaleh
ta\cs exception was not to deny the I
removed
from what (abotins^j the man.
iron!,I hdi c < endowed u t he alii t
which iv to that /<
um and I! ot at
the Herut u .Id hai i ei < on
liei t .. and necessarily the
same, /i :- .; just what
rule fabotms U'OllId play 111 OUT
nine hi Israel and we can not at all
be Hire thai Menachem Beigiti >- the.
/abotins^ rei carnation
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Outstanding serv.ee to the Streiff, Harry Herman. Morns
George Gershwin Knights of Schwartzman. Irving Shapiro, Jos-
Pythias Lodge for the past year eph Benacn Stanley Stem, Fred-
was the program feat^ed at the Robert Cassell>
June 6 Awards Night he.d at the .
Barcelona Hotel. !** Herman. Irving Weinstein.
Maurice Bernard, Harry Simon-
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AJC Leaders to be Sentenced July 9
Continued from Pag* 1-A
ver two day.- and which heard
testimony from all 12 defendants
'Ins six members of the World's
:iir private police force who had
rrested the AJCongress pickets
last May 25t'i
One AJCongress officerC. Irv-
_ Dwork. national secretary of
he organizationwas also charg-
i d with resisting arrest. Judge
Dubio found Dwork not guilty of
he charge after TV newsreel
films were projected in the dark-
i ned courtroom showing that he
had peacefully surrendered his
placard to the police and entered
he police car in front of the Jor-
anian Pavilion only 12 seconds
fter being placed under arrest.
Two members of the World's
Fair police had testified earlier
that Mr. Dwork had acted in an
'agitated" manner, had refused
-o give up his placard and had
lot entered the police car for
some two minutes after being
ordered to do so.
The placard Dr. Duoik carried
. d the legend "American Jew-
-h Congress Seeks Peace Through
I nrierstanding. Jordan Incites
War Bigotr>
"'Peace through understanding"
is the theme of the Nm York
World's Fair."
Howard M. Squadron, a national
vice president of the American
Jewish Congress and chairman of
its. Metropolitan Council, served
M special counsel in defending
the AJCongress officers.
In his closing argument to the
court. Squadron declared: "The
arrests of these 12 officers of the
American Jewish Congress were
based not on the penal law but on
the fact that they violated a
World's Fair regulation.
"If the grounds of the World's
Fair are to be considered public
streets ot the extent that citizens
may be subject to arrest under
the penal law, then these same
citizens have the right to exer-
cise their right of free speech
on these public streets and must
be protected in doing so.
"The laws enacted by the City
and State of New York in leasing
public property to the Fair at SI
per year and even in requiring
that automobile license plates car-
Israel Bond in Cuba is Redeemed
By Refugee Who Lost Property There
By Special Report)
Leon Wodnicki. of Pittsburgh.
ho lost all of his property in
< aslro's Cuba, last week collected
>150 on the $100 Israel Bond he
re up and shipped in small
ieces to friends in the I'nited
Mat' -
With each letter he wrote. Wnd-
iki. who ran a jewelry and gen-
il store in Cuba, enclosed a|
>ample section of the Israel In-1
rftgc Bond he had
-ht in Havana in January.
52 He tore the bond into about
- so tiiat if postal authori-
i opened bis letters, thoy would
able to identify the cer
te
Wodnicki la/tio is 63 years old.
from Cuba to Pitt-burgh in
1961 shortly before the ill-fated
Bay of Pigs invasion.
Despite the fact that one of the
pieces of his Israel Bond is still
missing, he was able to redeem it
in full at 150 cents on the dollar
As he received the payment. Wod-
nicki expressed regret that he had
not invested more of his money
in Israel Bonds before Fidel Cas-
tro seized control of Cuba
Farewell to Cantor
Temple Or Olom will hold a
cocktail party in the Social Hall
on Sunday. 8 p m to honor Can-
tor Ger-hon Levin, who is return-
ing to Israel
ry mention of the Fair." Squadron
declared, "make it clear that
there ha- been sufficient "public
action' to require that the World's
Fair grounds be considered public
property and not private property.
"This being the case, the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress pickets have
the right to demonstrate peaceful-
1> and to express their views on
the malicious and defamatory
mural in the Jordanian Pavilion."
Judge Dubin made no secret
of his respect for the American
Jewish Congress officers and his
sympathy for their cause. While
reserving decision, he made one
comment that court observers
found significant and possibly
indicative of the ruling he will
hand down July .
"The streets of the World-
Fair." he said, "cannot be consid-
ered as private thoroughfares for
some purposes and as public
streets lor other.-. They cannot
be held private for the purpose of
prohibiting demonstrations. it
^ corns to me. and public for the
purpose of requiring bus drivers
lor example, to have operators'
licenses in order to drive on the
grounds."
In additon to Dr. Prinz and
Dwork. the American Jewish Con
cres- officers arrested for picket-
ing the Jordanian Pavilion at the
World's Fair were:
e Theodore Bikel. noted actor
and folksinger and a national vice
president of AJCongress;
e Theodore Kolish. a national
vice president and former presi-
dent of AJCongress" Brooklyn di-
visions;
Mrs Howard Levine. a vice
president of the AJConere \'a
tional Women's Division and an
officer of the New Jersev Region
Theodore R. Mann, a national
vice president and chairman ot
AJCongress' Pennsylvania Re
aion:
Mrs Hilde Prinz. wife ot Dr
Joachim Prinz. mother of IV
chairman of the Commis-ion on
International Affairs of the
AJCongress National Women's Di-
vision;
e Harry Schacter. a national
vice president;
James II. Sheuer. chairman
ol the Executive Committee of
AJCongress' Metropolitan Coun-
cil and a Democratic candidate
from the Bronx for House of Rep-
resentatives;
Mrs. Benjamin Spiege:
membership chairman i the \
tional Women's Division;
Mrs. Martin Steinberg. M.
tional president of the ajc
gross Women's Division
e Robert Wech-ler
campaign chairman <>i
fess
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SS SHALOM: ZIM'S NEW FLAGSHIP AND TRANSATLANTIC LUXURY LINER
Shalom Means Supreme Comfort on High Seas
The spring of i%i marks the
firsl time in the history of steam
up travel that a small, young
at ion has placed a major lux-
iry liner on the most important
rid most fiercely competitive
((.m routethe North Atlan-
tic,
rhe nation is Israel, with an
area of 8.000 square miles and
a population of 2.5 million.
Ouch, on Apr. 16, celebrated
the 16th anniversary of her
emergence as
pendent Btate
.1 sovereign, inde-
Faith in Future
The ship is the SS Shalomin
Hebrew it means ""peace'"a
white, streamlined ocean liner of
futuristic design, measuring 25.-
:>;i8 gross registered tons, accom-
modating 1.030 passengers and
460 officers and crew a total of
1.554 souls in her ten broad
decks.
On Apr. 17. alter two prelim-
inary shakedown crosses and a
10-day introductory cruise on the
Mediterranean, the Shalom sail-
ed from her home port. Haifa.
on her Maiden Voyage to New
York. Enroute she called at
Naples. Marseilles and Malaga-
regular stopovers on all of her
future trans Atlantic voyages, to
embark additional passengers for
a triumphal entry into New York
harbor on Apr. 30.
CONCEIVED AMD DESIGNED IN RADICAL CHANGE
New Ship Adds Prestige to Israel
,
Prestige was a factor in the
decision to build the SS Shalom
Nations have long realized that
line passenger liners arc among
;heir most effective ambassadors.
Showing the flag and capturing
the admiration and respect of
people wherever they go, ships
like the Shalom can create im-
measurable friendship and good
vs. ill in areas seldom penetrated
by more formal diplomatic rep-
1 tentative*.
The SS Shalom was conceived
and designed in an era that has
teen a radical change place in
the role of the passenger liner.
ships are no longer the sole
means of transportation across
1 seas, As 1 consequence, their
[unction has broadened immense-
\ The Shalom is not merely
eily afloat, but a resort ship.
in addition to the basic hotel ser-
ices, she must provide facilities
ior entertainment, for sports,
relaxation, for health. She
oust conduct an active social
ni cultural life. Some two-
birds of her crew are concern
d not with navigation or pro-
pulsion but with catering to pas-
i-enger need-
Dual Purpose Ship
The Shalom is a dual purpose
-hip. She will serve as a trans-
plants liner for about eight
months of the year during which
she will carry her full designed
passenger capacity. For the
balance of the year, she will be
employed as a cruise liner, bas-
ed at New York. For thus pur-
pose, her passenger capacity will
be reduced by about half. Her
catering staff will remain in-
tact, and her entertainment de-
partment will be enlarged. In
this connection, it should be not-
ed that cruising has become
more than a refuge from the
slack season. It is today a bo-
nanza. In the 1963-64 cruise sea-
son, 129.000 passengers were car-
ried in cruise liners from U.S.
ports alone.
The Shalom plies the mild
weather Atlantic track between
New York and Gibraltar and
crosses the Mediterranean, which
Is noted for the prevalence of
mild weather most of the year.
Her months as a cruise ship will
be spent mainly in sub-tropical -f
waters. As a consequence, em-
phasis has been placed on out
door living at sea.
The Shalom is one 01 the few-
liners with a regulation size (78
It 1 tennis court. This feature
is located high on her Sun Deck.
II wai made possible by the
elimination of conventional smoke
stacks in her design In their
place are two slim, streamlined
uptakes' constructed of alumi-
num alloy. They are placed at
the after-end of the Sun Deck,
stand athwartship and rise 40
feet above deck level.
More than adequate to disperse
the small amount of exhaust
fumes normally produced by the
Shalom's modern compact pow-
er plant, this novel arrangement
frees the entire sweep of the
Shalom's upper deck for such
passenger uses as promenading.
Continued on Page 10-A
The Shalom represents an in-
vestment of $20 million. She is
a partnership venture between
the Government of Israel and Is-
rael's largest shipping firm, the
Zim Lines. The Shalom is an
expression of confidence in the
future role of the big passenger
liner at a tune when the trad!
tional patterns of transportation
and travel have been swepl aside
by the jet.
There were several reasons for
her construction One of them
is the rapid growth of Israel's
tourist industry. In 1961, Israel
had 159.600 visitors from abroad;
in 1962, 183.701; and in 1963.
218.000. This represents an in-
crease of 36.6 percent in three
years, one of the highest tourist
growth rates in the world. More
than 50 percent of the visitors
arc from the U.S.A. and Can-
ada.
Success Breeds Confidence
Paralleling Israel's develop-
in this field is a general rise in
tourist traffic to the Mediterran-
ean area, especially from Amer-
ica. Spain. France, Italy and
Greece are all enjoying tourist
booms. A substantial portion of
this traffic will continue to move
by sea or i>> sea-air combinations
and Israel is determined to car-
ry her fair share.
Another reason for the Shalom
is the unexpected degree of suc-
cess enjoyed by the Zim Line-
in the passenger steamship
Held.
Since the inception of its
Mediterranean passenger ser-
vices in 1948 and its trans-Atlan-
tic service in the spring of 1953.
The Zim Lines have carried the
bulk of the seaborne passenger
to and from Israel. Zim Liners
have consistently averaged an 80
percent occupancy-capacity ratio
on a year-round basis. In 196:>,
generally a poor year for steam-
ship travel. Zim chalked up a
nine percent increase in pas-
senger capacity on the North At
lantic. Far from spreading the
existing traffic thin, all indict
tions are that the Shalom will
stimulate new sea traffic on her
route. The prestige of thil su-
perlative new liner is also ex-
pected to increase the popular-
ity of her two running mates,
the SS Israel and SS Zion, which
will continue on their year-round
service between New York, Ma-
deira, Naples, Piraeus and
Haifa.
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Friday. lung 2. 1964
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Bathrooms are tiled in mo-
saic patterns on the SS Sha-
lom. The 1,100 First and
Tourist Class passengers will
be looked after and pamper-
ed by a picked crew of 450,
dedicated to their comfort
and well-being.
Shalom's New
Skipper Noted
Sea Expert
\ Ma-faring man for :ti of hit
53 years, C'apt Freudenberg
rose through the ranks to be
come Masta <>i Israel's new
flagship, the 2S.0M (TOM ton SS
S'lalom.
Born in Berlin in 1911. educut
rd in East Prussia and in the
port dt) m ii imburg, Cap!
freudenberg iir-t went to wi
in 1933 as a deckhand aboard a
German vessel Later, he gen
ii i i man board pa pn
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ettled in I*
Palestine i, where he joini d Kib
lull- Galll Yam. an agricultural
collective settlement
During World War II
Bill lie WU back ,il sea in ia4>
j> bo-MO aboard freighters of
the Tid Navigation Co. Ltd., of
Haifa, one of the pioneer Israeli
shipping ventures. He signed
olf his ship in England to re
time his education at the Nau-
tical College of Liverpool. There
he passed his Board of Trade
examinations for a second of
Deer's ticket Later he earned
hi- Kir>t Mate'i licen
During World War II. Capt
Freudenberg sailed in N.A.S.O.
shipsRoyal Navj munitions
carriers. These were Jewish-
manned Palestinian vessels at
tached to the Navy which sup-
plied British forces in the East-
ern Mediterranean, Tobruk ami
Malta He was Second Mate of
the cargo motorship "Antar,"
when she was torpedoed and
sunk with a heav) loss oi life.
Capl Freudenberg settled in
Palestine after the war and
when the state ot Israel was
established in 1948. he was one
oi the Oral to receive a Master's
license issued by the new ;:<>\
eminent. He joined the Zim
Lines shortly afterwards and
commanded several of the com-
pany'-, original passenger liners
and cargo -hips in Mediterran-
ean and European waters.
Marine Superintendent
In the mid-fifties. Capt. Freu-
denberg was 'ent back to Ger-
many P) supervise the construc-
tion of vessels ordered by the
Continued on Page 12-A
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SS Shalom
Continued from Page 7-A
sports or sun-bathing. It per-
mitted the construction of ex-
ceptionaU) large public rooms on
the decki below without inter-
ference from the massive boiler
and engine trunking found in
ships oi more conventional de-
sign.
Indoor Sports
The Shalom's Firs! and Tour-
i-i class passengers each have
their own Lido Deck and outdoor
swimming pool. The areas sur-
rounding the pools are devoted
I xclusively to cushioned deck
chairs and tables shaded by col-
:..] beach umbrellas for all
. -' drinks and macks.
Provisions have heen made for
sports and exercise in inclement
weather. Passengers of both
classes share a large indoor pool
located amidships, ten decks be-
low Sun Deck level. It is reach-
ed by one of the Shalom's five
h-speed automatic passenger
elevators Adjacent to the in-
door pool is a bar and buffet.
Nearby is the Shalom's fully-
equipped gymnasium supervised
by the ship's athletic director
For post-workout relaxation, the
Shalom offers the unique pleas-
ure of a sauna, the tamous Scan-
dinavian dry steam baths that
are recommended by health au-
thorities the world over. Sep-
arate vapor room* and rub-down
rooms are provided for gentle-
men and ladies.
Worship at Sea
l'^-sengers who number walk-
ing among their favorite exer-
cises will find long, broad en-
closed Promenade decks in both
First and Tourist classes ideal
for before or after meal consti-
tutionals. Windows the full
height of the deck afford an un-
obstructed view of sea and sky.
Shalom passengers wiM find
many community services at
their disposal. For the devout
of all faiths there is 1) a syna-
gogue, decorated in the tradi-
tional manner of Israel and 2)
an interdenominational chapel
of gracious modern decor suit-
able for either Protestant or
Roman Catholic services.
Ladies will delight in the Sha-
lom's international shopping cen-
ter, designed in the European
"Galleria" style. High fashions
and exotic giftware of the Con-
tinent and Israel are sold at duty-
free shipboard prices.
+Jenisti flcridli&ri
Means More Admiration for Israel
d*V *^>r^t+ I (torn the U S.A and Europe,
theatre Beats l'To in the com!
ot adjustable armchairs. It
equipped with a wide ar
screen, stereophonic sound
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theatre Beats l'To m the comfort
ot adjustable armchairs It is
equipped with a wide angle
screen, stereophonic sound and
two ;:."> mm projectors,
Movies' arch rival, television,
i- a ubiquitous leature aboard
the Shalom. The new liner boasts
a closed circuit TV system cap-
able of Picking up -h.-.^J
Broadcasts within ., ,, m|)e
radius. There are nine ^-mck
TV receivers located at ,rs a|).
in public rooms. Eight n
are in the First Class -
deluxe cabins
.>. vauuu. In all, the >ha.
hum has 87 TV outlet- IdiUon.
a I receivers will be ins led a,
needed. While at si
kine-
neeinu. n timc ai -i
gers will be entertained km?.
scope and live -^^
opportunities to partu
the latter.
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Each suite consists of a sittinq room, a bed loom and a dress-
ing room which can be converted into a second bed room.
Suites bear the names of Israel's enchanting wild flowers and
were decorated in the pastel shades of Israel's spring.
selection of jewelry, clocks,
watches and full photographic
and film services. A modern,
fully-equipped beauty salon and
an equally attractive barber shop
will he open daily at convenient
hoars,
The Shalom's movie theatre,
located amidships on the olive
Branch t I'pper Promenade i Deck,
is designed along the lines of the
art theatres now popular in the
U.S.A. A showcase for prc-re-
lease and first-run feature films
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Shalom Latest Jewel in the Crown of Zim Lines
SS Shalom enters service
.,- W llagship of a fleet of pas-
:(!- and cargo ships that
i, among the largest fleets
in e world to be operated un
d( im houseflag.
When the Zim Lines' curreni
lii.i ning program is completed
h; ie end of 1964, the fleet will
a Wt of 68 ships of all types
mating 565.844 deadweight
ti ns and 339.350 gross tons. Six
of ";e*e vessels are first class
pa senger liners employed on the
Nor I) and South Atlantic, on
tr-t Jeditcrranean and on cruises.
In .idition to their own ships.
Zii operates some 50 foreign
list, cargo ships and one pas
senger vessel on time charters
Zim Lines had very small
ninge. The company was
led on June 7, 1945. three
year- before Israel achieved in-
lence. The founding part
m I ere the Jewish Agency, an
am ( the World Zionist Organi-
responsible for inimigra
and Histadrut, the Jewish
federation in what was
Palestine.
Immediate Goals
immediate goals oi the
01] any were to gain expen-
M in ship operation and man-
agement, to train a nucleus of
i> .nit marine officers and
- amen and to prepare the basis
for the establishment of a na
lion I merchant marine.
TI company started with a
ingk second hand ship, the 3.500
gross ton SS Kedmah. which ran
under British registry and was
parti;.-owned by the London ship-
ping firm of Harris and Dixon.
Ltd. Early in 1946. the Kedma'i
started a lnrimghtly passenger
service between Haifa. Naples
and Marseille-.. The name Zim
was adapted* from the Hebrew
"Zi Bishcari," which
trad ..iled means mercantile
Heel.
became a fleet of sorts in
Faced with the task oi
porting tens of thousands
; Immigrants to Israel and with
ig in \ ..i cargo ships, vir-
I all the food, raw mat-
ami machinery required
by the young nation, Zim was
lorced to buy ships quickly on
I "iid hand market.
m 1948 through 1952. pas-
. r operations were confined
the Mediterranean The Ked
joined by the Negbah (for-
mer American Ecuador of 1915),
alila (former American De-
Clinton of 1913) and the
Vrtsa (formei German Panther of
served primarily as immi-
carriers from European
North African ports. Ef-
were made, on a modest
to attract tourist traffic,
were successful to the
where Zim liners handled
ilk of seaborne travellers
I from Israel, a position
COmpanj retains to this
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and during 1949-50, Zim ships
were landing as many as 20.000
newcomers a month at Haifa.
New Cargo Ships
In this respect, the early his-
tory of Zim parallels that of
many a North Atlantic line in the
latter half of the 19th century.
During this period, the com-
pany a- establishing cargo
lines to Europe, West Africa and
eventually to North America.
Cargo carriers, like the passen-
ger ships, were small and sec-
ond hand. But in 1949 and 1950.
Zim purchased two new cargo
ships, one of them still on the
stocks in Sweden, They were
intended to help the company
break into the citrus trade which
was dominated by foreign lines
though it comprised Israel's
number one export In 1951, Zim
took delivery in Holland ot two
more modern citrus carriers, the
tirsl vessels to be built tor the
Israel flag
In 19.">2. Zim purchased the Is-
rael American Line and the M
DiZOnsjofi Co tWO Israeli lines
then trading to North America
with Libert} ships and older ves-
sels. Also purchase,: at the
time was the American-Israeli
Shipping Co., Inc. a New York
firm set up in 1948 to charter
ships for the Israeli trade which
had been abandoned by foreign
lines. American-Israeli was re-
organized as the North Ameri-
can representatives of the Zim
Lines and serves in that capac-
ity today.
Purchase of Jerusalem
At the end of 1952. there was
no regular passenger liner ser-
vice between New York and
Haifa To fill the gap, the Zim
Lines purchased the 40-vear-old
liner Argentina, formerly the
Norwegian Bergcnsfjord, and re-
named her Jerusalem. In April.
1953, exactly ll years before the
Maiden Voyage of the Shalom,
the old Jerusalem sailed from
Haifa to inaugurate the first di-
rect passenger liner service to
the I'.S.A. under the flag of Is-
rael.
The veteran Jerusalem was
only a stopgap until modern pas-
senger tonnage could be placed
on this important route The
Zim Lines were determined to
modernize Ihcir fleet, cargo as
well as passer
Unexpected assistance in this
direction came in the form ol
the Bonn Israel reparations
agreement, signed in 1952, which
allotted S822 million to Israel in
compensation for material losses
suffered by Jews at the hands
of the Nazis. A substantial sum
was earmarked for the develop-
ment of shipping This enabled
Zim. and other Israeli lines, to
construct new shins on favorable
terms and much sooner than
would have been the case under
ordinary circumstances.
Erom the end of 1954 to the
middle of 1961. the Zim Lines
took delivery of 34 ships of all
types Irom West German yards,
aggregating over 200.000 dead-
weight tons and representing an
investment of S100 million.
Among these ships were general
cargo carriers, reefers, dry bulk
carriers, tankers and four pas-
senger liners, two for the North
Atlantic trade and two designed
for the Mediterranean trade and
for cruising.
Improved Service
During th;s period, the Zim
Lines also secured a 50 percent
interest in a company owning a
new 16,000 ton supertanker and
a 45 percent interest in another
firm owning a liquid gas tank
er
Trans-Atlantic passenger ser-
vice was vastly improved ill 1955
and 135(> with the entry "f the
10.000 gross ton SS Israel and her
sistersbip. SS Zioti. on the New
York-Haifa run. These fully air
condltoned, stabilizer equipped
liners, each accommodate slight-
ly more than 300 passengers in
two classes. Between them, thev
make 18 round voyages a year
and have consistently maintain-
ed one of the highest average
space-occupancy ratios on the
North Atlantic.
In May and December. 1957,
Zim took delivery of the 10.000
gross ton passenger liners. Theo
dor Herzl and Jerusalem, each
with a passenger capacity of 571
in Eirst and Tourist classes. Also
fully air-conditioned and fitted
with stabilizers, these ships rank
among the finest and most pop
ular passenger ships on the
Mediterranean. They replaced
obsolete tonnage on the Haifa
Naples-Marseilles run and help
ed to build the Zim Lines' traffic
to a point where a third liner
was needed.
That ship, the 7.100 gross ton
motorship, Moledot. was com-
pleted in Erance in 1961. She
is the first all-Tourist class liner
on the Mediterranean to offer
full air conditioning and such
facilities as a swimming pool
and movie theater. To handle
immigrant traffic and the heavy
demand tor low cost dormitory
space on the Mediterranean. Zim
has the 9.000 ton Italian liner,
li.iminia. under time charter.
Zim's Growth
With regard to their cargo ser-
vice*, the policy of the Zim
Lines has always been to ex-
pand both in numbers of ship-;
employed and in areas of the
globe served. The purpose is
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merit One of those, the passen
ger liner Israel, was placed un-
der his command when she made
her maiden voyage to New York
in October, 1955. Subsequently,
Capt. Froudenoerg supervised
the construction Of three more
Zim passenger liners, the SS
Zion, SS Theodor Herat, and SS
Jerusalem He took command
of the latter during hi> first sou-
son of cruises from New York
to ihe Caribbean in the winter
of 195859.
Since 1960. Capt. Freudenberg
ha< been serving as Marine Sup-
erintendent of the Zim Lines in
Haifa. Last year, he was sta-
tioned in St. Nazaire, France,
where the Shalom was under
construction. On -March 3. 1964.
he had the honor of raising the
blue and white ensign of Israel
over his ship for the first time
at the official commissioning
ceremonies.
Capt. Freudenberg is married
and has two daughters.
Staff Captain
Born in Haifa, in 1932. Capt
Reuvon Sadnai la typical of the
younger generation of Israelis
who have made sea-faring their
career Ho began that career as
a cadet at the Israel Nautical
College at Akko. on Haifa Bay.
which prepares officers for both
the Navy and the Merchant
Marine. F'art of his naming
was aboard Zim ships which fre-
quently serve as floating class-
rooms tor members of the cadet
corps, Capt. Sadnai earned his
initial officer's ticket in 1955,
and obtained ins Master's certi-
ficate in January 1962
Standing several inches above
six feet. Captain Sadnai has sorv
ed as Master of Zims refrigeral
ed cargo ship, "Tfcefat." the gen-
eral cargo carrier. "Eshel" and,
most recently a> Ma-tor of the
15.000 deadweight ton Zim cargo
motorship, "Ampal," plying i>.
tweon the is. ports and the
Far Ka-t.
Chief Engineer
Rudolph Redner was horn in
Germany in 1913 and settle i in
Israel in 1934. He joined the
Zim Lines in 1949 as a firsl us
sistant engineer and received the
rank of chief engineer a year
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Ho i> man led anil has two chil-
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+Jew/st) norkfrain
Page 13-A
By: EDWARD COHEN
Composer Looks to Past for His Themes
A M If Stephen Fos-
jL ^ V ter's
k I being banned in
b\ m 11 some i'1'"ls can
9k B I Jacques Wolfe's
ia^ be far behind?
The South Miami composer of
many outstanding Negro spirit-
uals, some set to the "dialect
porno" of Clement Wood, hopes
not.
"I don't believe there it such
t thing as 'dialect'," he said
several days age before leav-
ing for Main*, whore ho hat
spent the last 30 summers.
"Every people hat folk langu-
age, folk music, folk lore and
every race should be proud of
its heritage.
'The Jews haven't burned their
folk music, and composers like
Ernest Bloch have made it clas-
sic. The Negro spiritual is great
American music, based on au-
thentic idiom. You cant bury
the past, and I feel is would be
a mistake for anyone to try."
Seniitivity to Dialect
The sensitivity of the Negro in
this context is not a new experi-
ence for Wolfe
"A numb.'r of years ago. at a
concert given at the Del] in Phil-
Israel Zim Lines Advances
Continued from Page 11-A
neer new trade routes and
open new markets for Israel.
Zim cargo ships now operate reg-
ular liner services on more than
ide routes all over the globe.
! gives the Company an ad-
lit age in that temporary ad-
w-rsitl in one trade can be "If
-. i by prosperity in another.
The growth of the Zim fleet
is outpaced even the phenom-
lal growth of Israel's foreign
le, As a result. Zim has
"tablished several lines based
ay from home which have be-
nio important sources of reve-
uc for the company.
'Hie first of these, the Seven
self-portrait of the composer
JACQUES WOLFE
a new career
Stars (Africa) Line between U.S.I
and Canadian ports and West
Africa, was started in 1957. The I
Cold Star Lino, between Far
Eastern ports. East. South and;
Wesl Africa, "as established in'
1959. The Pacific Star Line, a
cargo service between I'.s. and
Canadian ports and the Far Bast,
via the Panama Canal, com-
menced operations in October.
1961.
Even Zim's home-based trades
afe foreign to the extent that
they transport cargoes between
Don Israel ports. Zim'8 Croat
Lakes service, for example. 1
serves Portugal, Spain. Italy.
Greece, Turkey and other Medi-
terranean countries.
adelphia. Paul Robeson was re-
quested to sing Dc Glory Road'
and refused because he felt Clem-
ent Wood's words were not favor-
able to the Negro.
"I was especially surprised,
for I had dedicated this song
to him in 1928, and it was
through his efforts that Schir-
mer published most of the
songs I wrote in this idiom.
The publishers felt they had
no popular appeal but as folk
art deserved to be published."
Wolfe also wrote the music for
'John Henry." a Broadway play
in which Robeson starred, and
his "Short'nin' Bread" has boon
hailed as "remarkable for its
authentic flavor." most of his
Negro works stemming from his
study and research in the Caro-
lines where he was stationed dur-
ing World War I and spent "most
of my time listening outside of
churches to the fabulous, almost
symphonic quality of the spirit-
uals."
Close to Nature
In his book, "Popular Amer-
ican Composers." David Ewen
agrees that Wolf's works are "art
songs, in the style of the Negro
spiritual (sung) both in and out
of the concert hall and must be
included in popular song litera-
ture." Recordings range from
Metropolitan opera baritone Law-
rence Tibbott to popular Frankie
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Laine, whose latest Columbia al-
bum. "Wanderlust," includes the
inevitable "Be- Glory- RcarJ:**-
Thc composer moved here 13
years ago, impulsively giving up
a New York high school teach-
ing job a few years short of pen-
sion time. He had prepared for
the change by studying photog-
raphy. "I needed a profession at
which I could make money. I
wanted to De where I could be
happy, closer to nature.
"There's no money writing
good music, much as I enjoy it.
The best sellers are eethovBen,
Brahms, and so on, and if s to*
late for them to enjoy th* roy-
alties. My ASCAP checks help
a lot, but they're net what they
used to be the organisation
is now ruled by IBM and you
can't fight a machine with clas-
sical music. It just isn't play-
ed enough to pay.
"Of course, I haven't given up
writing music. I am now com-
pleting a major piece for sym-
phony and chorus, based on the
b7th Psalm -Joy for All Na-
tions' and its world premiere
performance will be conducted by
my son, Paul, with the West
Coast Symphony next December
in Sarasota. But I don't expect
any money irom this or anything
else I will be writing. 1 don't
want to alxmse or degrade music
1 couldn't if I wanted to, I
imagine, so I do no marketable
composing.
The 6/ocft Idiom
1 hope to leave ;i little some-
thing behind with this symphony.
I'm not a practicing Jew. but you
don't forget your past, and in
this work I find myself using an
idiom similar to Ernest Bloch for
the nrst time. On the other hand,
I find the King James version of
the Psalms more satisfyingless
repetitious and the music, I
feel, speaks to all religions and
raced and nations''
Wolfe views his photography as
"closely allied to modern music.
It's dissonant, like the 12-tone
chord horizontal music rather
than the sweet harmony most of
us know.
"I try to get counterpoint
and counter movement, but of
course this is not uniquethese
are the things that make art
in any medium. To me, what
most people call dissonance
has a most beautiful sound, and
in photography or painting the
abstract is most exciting."
As art director of "The Village
Post," Coconut Grove monthly,
director of the gallery in the
Summit Restaurant, busy with
portraitures ot local artists, plan-
inn^ a new one-man show of his
camera work (he's had more than
25 of them in addition to his
work on the symphony. Wolfe
keeps active for "a retired man."'
Change is Inevitable
The only certain thing about
the arts is that there's going to
be change," he believes, and at
G8. the Rumanian-born artist is
a self-portrait of that statement.
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p(Jewist) fkridHar
Friday. June 26. t^
SERMON OF THE WEEK: A Rabbi's Father Passes Away
Familiar Melodies Mere Echoes of Yesterday
By RABBI
Temple
MORRIS SKOP
Beth Shirah
When a loving, pious Jewish
father passes on at a ripe age of
88. a lifetime of memories flood
back in recollection. Faded pic-
tures out of the past bring back
poignant scenes of walking to-
gether to the synagogue at the
age of five, the beautiful scenes
00 Sabbath and holiday evenings
at home, all children standing
revereotly a lather chants the
Kiddush at the white bedecked
Sabbath table, the flickering
Sabbath candles, and the aroma
df mother's home baked challah
and gefulte fish. .
Familiar melodies, brought to
.. tree America from a Polish
ghetto in Europe, echo in the
wind as the lather led in the
"benchen" and Zmirot. with chil-
dren's voices joining in the
meaningful Hebrew blessings,
Who can forget the Sabbath af-
ternoon study sessions, when the
family sat around the "Shalosh
Seddah." and father would in-
terpret the "Ethics of the Fath-
er-,' and mother chant her un-
rorgettable "Z'Enah I'Renah."
Yiddish stories which made their
indelible mark on the hearts and
minds of the family and friends.
Father was a man of deep
faith who believed that all things
in life were bashert"destined
by a knowing and All Wise God.
Serious illness, business re-
verses, mistakes of friends and
loved onesall these were taken
in stride as important lessons to
RABBI MORRIS SKOP
tribute to father
be learned from the "Ayl Adon,"
the Master of the universe.
Sickness was to teach us that
we know not all of God's laws
locked in nature. We must
probe deeper, said father. We
must find the answers to per-
sonal health and the curesthe
"refuahs-*still mysterious to
mortal man. Business reverses
are not punishment lrom God.
but man's lack of knowledge of
economic laws complicated by-
man's greed and selfishness.
Man's happiness is locked in his
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
Communist infiltration in other
pivotal areas such as religion,
education, mental health, the
- radio and tele\ ISion are
1 'url bermore,
take on 1 common
' it stratum ol American so
cietj m tin UN 11 its
principal enemy. Ouoridatioii
plot to subvert ui all, and mental
health a vicious instrumentality
esigned to imprison the nation's
patriots so that none dare, in-
deed, call it treason
To underscore the 'merit of
the book, in whose pages the
heroes are Douglas MacArthtir.
Joseph K. McCarthy and Gen.
.lames Van Fleet, among others.
North Dade Journal Columnist
Cass Casej lists a Florida Infor-
mation Committee "of leading
Hade Citizens to disseminate the
book to till teachers and i
profess) rs" here. Next week, for
more on 'None Hare Call it
ion, well as for the Flor-
ida Committee, some ol whose
members have backgrounds no
less fascinating and controversial
than those with which John
Stormer di
attitude toward life and its vi-
cisaitudes.
We must develop the humble,
kindly, understanding way ol
life. Jews must learn to perform
more mitzvos kindly deeds
which bring help to the despond-
ent and hopeless. Eat less and
study more, and have something
to do each day to keep the mind
active and alert.
At the Seder table on his 85th
birthday, all children and grand-
children rose from the "She-
hecheyonu" blessings, and he
proudly held under his warm
embrace his two great-grand-
children, as he chanted the holi-
day Kiddush. aaklng his young-
est grandson to hold the Kid-
dush cup before him. Keen of
mind, daily memorizing another
verse from the Hebrew Bible,
he kept abreast ol all the latest
news through the daily Yiddish
newspapers, favorite TV panels
and magazines
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greeted relatives, friends and
strangers, "besever ponim vofos"
with a welcome smile and deep
empathy of another's worries
and woes. A man of iron will-
power, he always reminded his
listeners that "ayn dovor omayd
lifney rotzon"let nothing stand
in the way of your will. On his
88th birthday, he reminded his
children that no one lives for
ever, that no child should feel
remorse at his passing, since all
did all they could to honor, re-
spect and love him. His heritage
was not in stocks or bonds, but
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ing for more creative endeavors
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IOUS
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cry tees
Jnis lAJeekend
AGUD-* iSt*EL. W01 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rao'ji Isaac Ever.

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
AVSHE EMES ^33 SW 19th An.
Conservative Rabbi Abraham S'.h-
warts
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E = TH DAVID -423 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
lervativa. Raboi Ntrmin N. Sl.apiro
Cantor WiMa W. Llpaon.
laj 9 a.m., with
ii Hi.- i ;i|..l. Bar Itttsvan
i n ..f Mi and Urn
, M i. Im.-I. >**ii <-f Mr
i. l-v. i-dnum

EETM EL. 500 $W t7th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
i r. [ Saturday B:30 .i m
IS p "
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El TH ISRAEL M1 40th St Ortho-
. Rabbi h Louis Rottman.
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BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
i.e Orthodox Rabbi Tibor Stern,
( .tor Mauri:- Mamchei.
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|EITH KOOESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
.'oorrn Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.

ETH VOSHE CONGREGATION.
13*30 W Oxie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hym.in
Fein.
.-'. i i 11
3 mis B.m

RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Orthodox. Ri.ph Krieger. sec re-
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tfilah ?jj Euclid Ave Or.
t-odox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

- TORAr" 164th St. and NE 11th
'"' Consei v n.ve. R.ibbi Max Lip-
tz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
" irdaj S:i5 a m Rh
CANDLEUGHTING Tlh\l
16 Tccmuz 6:56 p.m.
MttST Ii S.-..II. v.,i of Mr in.i mm
ltuii.it MiMin
B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW l3rd St.
Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
rrldnj vi; ,. .,,. s.-i inon "Ri llpae of
Hon. Sin urdaj > Su .1 iu Mai Mitt-
vah: l-liili|.. >,. ,.t Mr and Mr* Saw
All.it

FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
l"i Idat |i in s.i t.iI-.r.n 'i ., i:,,
MitiAuh StfV< .. -..n ..i Sii an.I Mr*.
Norman K\
o
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU EL 1801-
E Andiews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M Leviton.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrea
dr. Oitliodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CLNTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
|-| klaj .......in Satiini.i} s:ts a.m
Si rnii.n Thi I :t.-i n il Knmlij of ih.
Iiii|.i..ii>
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
SOUTHWEST lL.mTER. C43S SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Grean-
wald.
-
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
FVIda} ; p.m. S.itiiHl.iv VI'. .i in. Sw-
im'ii I ii 11. i v win i;,.t y0u No-
tvneri liar Mluvah: Uurh Uvlen-
-..ii
o
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Mi.mii. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba i.ngard. Cantor Charles
Kodnar,
FYlda} K:3n p.m. "AnK tin Rabbi" sea-
-ii.n t.. ioIIou, \itii i|UealloiiK prrtuili-
iii- la Judaimn featured
a
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stein.r.
t Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviacr.
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TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex- .
ander Cohen.
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing- .
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hush Adler.
PYida) 11 in Hnturrlnj 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
I-Vi.l-- v ,,.,. i ,|. .|a,-.,|, ||. K.li.
I.in Chapel,
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek.
l-rlilay 8:30 p.in. Cantor Kinatiii.-I
ihtndofl i.. .i.M.lii.-t Hervlce in the :!.-
-in.....f Rahul tWrnk-k, who in In
laraeL nuaal vpanker: l.uu*> Kch-
tvartsman, executive dlreelor, llureuu
of J.-wivh Krlu. iii..ii Sul..i--i: "Edu-
cation in lsra.-l Satunl.i> : a in S. r-
iii.. ii "Weeklj l'inti..ii."
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YOUNG ISKAtL 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
h>idy ii.:;.' p.m. Baturdnj Mi a
Sarmon: "Weekly Porttvn .-f tli^
Law." Mimlia ei:::> p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Orthodox Hit Gloom on Survival
Continued from Page 1-A
n eve-y major city in the Unit-
ed Stetes, and their current bud-
getary outlays for the total Jew-
h education is approximately
at the $50,000,000 mark annual-
ly. T*-ere is no justification to
fear the contraction or decline
f cui-ent Jewish collective liv-
ng in the United States in the
ear t- distant future."
he Rabbinical Council presi-
i ;.i o urged thai interreligious
inT.it on between Christians
in the Unitad Mates !><
U I on the basis of sound
al doctrine rather than
i. Duplicated arena of theolopy.
I I cumenical Council," he
I. "is proceeding along Intel-
. nes in attempting i>> i<>r-
,.n interfaith ptatform and
iv w inch reflects a mu
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sundry representation which have
I son made to the Kcumenical
Council by secular organizations
mIio were completely unaware of
Ihe principle .-and implications of
their bod) of suggestions We
made our views fully clear to the
public and have had favorable ef-
fects "
"This emphasis on sociological
phenomena is salutary and con-
structive in paving the way for
the strengthening of more desir-
able non-theological exchanges
between historically different
religious viewpoints. It is a
healthy approach by recognizing
the concept that Judaism is a
vibrant faith in the contempor-
ary state, and is determined to
serve the Almighty in its distinc-
tive fashion in the future," the
president of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil stated.
ruary which spelled out the prin-
ciples of interreligious coopera-
i tion in terms of sociological accord
and agreement rather than theo-
logical adjustment and merger of
differences
Rabbi Men- Ktlman. chairman
I ol the convention, appealed to
the convention platform commit-
tees and nominees of the Demo-
cratic .mil Republican parties to
"commit themselves unequivocal-
I) and irrevocably to the preser
ration of the territorial integrity
and sovereign inviolability of the
state ol Israel against all the Arab
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Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram- I
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tionaj. RabDi Eugene Labovitz. I
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW I6tn St.. Miami. Rabbi '
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. !
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. '
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Darnel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Prt'laj vi". p.m. liar Mlttvah: Nor-
nf Ml nd Mr> Kreil Row
thai Sermon: "The Modern Baluan
hatumaj II a.m. Bui Mltzvah Jay,
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Friday. June 26, \%t
Eshkol Reports U.S. Interested in Israel Security
Continued from Page 1-A
foster our security 1 oven ex-
pressed fear thai exaggerated
praise to Israel's Army is used to
justify the meager aid to Israel'
He brought greetings from Is-
raeli soldiers training in the Unit-
ed States to operate the superson-
ic ground-to-air Hawk missiles the
l nited States is selling to Israel.
JU' expressed thanks to the Unit-
ed States for enabling Israel to
"acquire these expensive arms
which will foster our deterrent
force." He warned, however, that
neither Hawk nor any other mis-
sile would be of any value unless
Israel maintained its alertness
and preparedness.
"We appreciate guarantees
and promises for help if Israel
is endangered." he told the
troops, "but I explained that Is-
rael's security can rest only on
its own strength; it is its own
strong military power that will
deter any adventures." He
thanked all participantsregu-
lar and reserve unitswho took
part in the successful exercises.
Commanders of the exercises
said they had demonstrated again
the ability of Israels soldiers, the
quality of leadership judgments
and the effectiveness of mainten-
ance operations. It was reported
that despite the difficult sandy
terrain over which the simulated
attacks were staged, only two
tanks had to be abandoned while
the armored forces were piercing
"enemy" territory in long-range
thrusts. The Air Force provided
close support for the armored units
a: they ran into and overcame
points of resistance.
Paratroops were dropped deep
behind "enemy lines" to bar "re-
i"t< rcements Self propelled
guns also were used in the huge
maneuvers, laying down barrages
of fire.
Israel Foreign Office sources
meanwhile denied pros- reports ol
alleged differences between the
Prime Minister and Mrs. Golda
Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, in
(valuations of the significance Ol
the recent visit to Egypt by Sov
iel Premier Khrushchev Mr
Eshkol sai.'. during his United
Slates 'our that the Soviet l'rem
ier's Cairo speeches did not in-
clude explicit expressions of hos-
tility toward Israel
Minsk Schul Demolished
Continued from Page 1-A
once had been a series of syna-
gogue schools and buildings, since
converted into apartments
Minsk city officials reportedly
asserted that the Jewish commun-
ity did not ask for another build
ing to replace the razed syna-
gogue, but it was also reported
that the Jews made such a request
and that the request was rejected.

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said there was agreement that
the Soviet leaders speeches were
restrained but that Mrs. Meir
stressed the dangers of the
speeches being interpreted by
the Arabs as supporting their ag-
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Hunt the right-wing opposi-
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Martin (Huthi Hirsch has
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.1- publicly cited at a re-
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1 the Doral Beach Hotel
iartin (Elaine) Budnick,
,.n ot the Sister of the Year
tee. handed Mrs. William
Seidman. president of the
MRS. MARTIN HIRSCH
Sisterhood, the committee's choice
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Mrs. Hirsch. the new recipient,
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ber both of Temple Or Olom and
it Sisterhood. Offices she has
held since affiliation include
mimeographing chairman, donor
chairman, corresponding secre-
tary and Gift Shop chairman.
In addition, she co-chaired the
tirst luncheon held in the Tem-
ple's new building, funds from
which were used to furnish Or
Olom's kitchen.
Mrs. Hindi's lister, Mrs. Her-
bert (Judy Green, served as
president of Sisterhood from 1959-
19G0 and is today co-chairman of
Sisterhood's Mah Jongg League.
Her husband serves as cor-
responding secretary of the Tem-
ple board. To round out the fam-
ily affiliation, her mother. Mrs.
Harry (Esther) Cordon, is on the
Oneg Shabbat Committee, while
Harry Cordon serves as gabbai for
daily minyon services
She and her husband have two
children, Shern 18. and Alan 15.
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 26, 1964
n
j
U1E
bv ISABEL GRCVE
parties honored Arline
,. daughter ol Mr and
Hen Trupkin, who became
de ol Dr. Matthew Zucker
i ekend al the Doral .
\ them: a brunch at the
S Hotel, with Mrs Arthur
i Chasan, Mrs. Herbert
Lustig and Mrs Lee
ice) Minor as hostes>es .
I that afternoon, Mr. and
M Jack Stout hosted a cock
. rty at their new home on
Sal uci Dr. ... A lovely brunch
.iven for Arline by Mrs.
\. (Pauline) Lewis at her
li :n South Miami And
a i npagne luncheon was hos-
ti by Mrs. Harvey (Irene i
Ti n, an aunt of the bride.
.'t id by relatives and close


and Herb Abrams. of
Mia: Beach, on their way to
N York to celebrate the 100th
lur" ,iv of their mother, Mollie
\ -. wife of the lale Charles
I "TTShe was born in Ger-
mai :n 186t and came to the
1 S n 1882 Her 93-year-old
who also lives in New
^ is helping celebrate the
event Mollie has
iving children, the oldest.
- ol age, and the young'
"... There are also eight
hildren, 19 great-grand-
i .md two great great
i hildren .
tion for Mollie will be
nday at the Foreal Hills
I ireel Hills, I. I
member of the Un t< d
! True Sisters and Eaal
n m her oi [aniza
Miami Beach has be -n
ter home tor main jreai
rid Mrs Charles Mandel,
sw i7tii st entertained
children, Mr. and Mrs
i iye) ch-- .-' their
Is here from Chicago .
ibens have since iwurned
Section B
to the Wind) City, where he re-
sumo teaching He's chin
man oi the Social Science and
Historj Department oi Central
Communit} College
* *
Leon J Ell now in Delhi and
writes that Western ideas are
fast being adopted in India since
the death Of Nehru .
The Charles R Jacobsons back
from a tour of the European Con
tinent .
And the Bernard Mandlers de-
parted via BOAC for a month
there.

Tliis is the time of the year
when the Clein family make
their annual journey to Atlanta
to participate in the Jacobs fam-
ily reunion Attending from
Miami were Mrs. Sadie Clein,
matriach ol the clan, who de-
spite her 87 years young, flew
there and back in one day. ac-
companied by her daughter.
Mrs. Sam (Lena i Goldstein, B.B.
and Grace Goldstein, took their
two sons. Buck and Johnny, and
bo Pat, Min of Charles and Pal
Goldstein, who were unable to
attned .
Evelyn and Ben Clem had
their tour children, Michael,
Bobby, Judy, and Patti; Jennie
Mae and Berry clem were rep-
i, gented bj Dick and Sylvia
Clein, and their oilier three sons
Haiman, David and Bobby, Han
rah and Reuben clem, traveled
.,! ne and mel their daughter
Marilyn, and her husband, l1 n
,.i,i and then- two children, who
lo < Iheir
pan Manuel Lubel and
in Benjamin Coleman complet
ed the Miami representatives to
ithering ol 141 people
.1..... and Jerrj Robinson
celebrated their first wedding
nniversan ""' 1)"r-'1 Beacb
Hole'.
Installation luncheon of the South Dade Chap-
ter, Women's Division, American Technion So-
ciety, at Kings Bay Country Club thows in-
coming officers seated (left to right) Mesdames
Jerry Fellman, treasurer; Maxwell Dauer, fi-
nancial secretary, Morton R. Fellman, founder
president; Meyer Brilliant, vice president of
programs; Meyer Baskin, vice president of
membership; end Aaron Foosaner, recording
secretary. Incoming board members standing
(left to right) are Mesdames Gerald Schwartz.
Harold Abbott. Norman Share, I. David Lieb-
man, David Klein. Abraham Grunhut, Trudy
Hamerschlag. Ben Woolfsteod, Marshall
Feuer, David Sernaker, Bernard Abel, Miss
Antoinette Wollman, Mesdames Ray Rosen-
thai, H. Franklin Williams and Joel Belov, Miss
Mae Wollman and Mrs. Hy Friedman. Not
shown are Mesdames Sam Goldstein, corres-
ponding secretary; Harold Thurman. parlia-
mentarian; Joseph Masters, William Sanes,
Sue Stevens and David Wei*
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Friday. June 28,
By" EDYTHE "SCHINDLER
a Man Becomes a Peace Walker
\
It was hot in
the apartment en
Miami Beach
lent by a well-
j wisher. Marvin
Davidov. in his
lJ: early thirties, al-
ready balding, al-
ready stoop-shouldered, his skin
Hat and tight against the bone,
>at at the kitchen table lighting
one cigarette from the other. He
was talking about a long, cool
walk.
The walk v hich started in Que-
bec, taking him and his compan-
ions through some hot climates
and is supposed to terminate in
Cuba, could hardly be termed
COOl except in the idiom of the
walkers For Marvin Davidov is
a Peace Walker and he has prac
tieed keeping his 'cool.'"
To the Southern sheriffs blaz-
ing belligerence, to the teasing
crowd, to ridicule and derision
and to the smirking indulgence of
the professed liberal. Marvin
Davidov gives a cool, managed
response. Although this response
1 tempered with love, with
awareness of man's most secret
reeds and yes. even with humor,
it would be folly to underestimate
the force. For this is the anti-
thesis of apathy. This is action
in it's most sophisticated form.
This is nonviolent action.
Resisting Evil
The Peace Walkers, sponsored
by the Committee for Nonviolent
Action, intend to go to Cuba and
demonstrate the willingness of
tome Americans to negotiate In-
stead of intimidate. Their aim
is to show that "evil can be ef-
'ictively resisted without vio-
lence."
Whj does a man care so much'.'
Why does Marvin Davidov walk
hrcugh his country practicing
nil disobedience and suffering
lienation. jailing, physical de-
privation" Why isn't he busy ;

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MARVIN DAVIDOV
acts en principle
making money, enjoying a girl.
making a life for himself as any
nice boy should'.'
Earnestly, he said, "because
I'm a Jew. there are a thousand
years of people behind me who
were trying to practice ethical
conrepts. This is infused in my
marrow. I was Bar Mitzvah. and
I will always identity with the
Jews; for the lore of Judaism is
brotherhood of man. 1 believe
that what Germany lacked was
Women's Club Has
New Project
Louis D Brandeis Women's
Club his a new community ser-
vice project with a strange name.
They're raising money to endow
a \'olemetran." an all transis-
torized automatic instrument for
determining the blood volume.
and it will be installed in the
Pathology Department at Variety
Children's Hospital
President Mrs. Ruth Schuldmer
announced that the organization is
planning a series of tours of the
three new wings now being com-
pleted at Variety to inspect the
85 additional patient beds and the
expanded laboratories, surgery,
r;:diology, and Out Patient Depart
ment.
Brandeis Women were com-
mended by hospital President Ros
coe Brunstetter for their "warm
response to the needs of our sick
children in Dade County."
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Chapter Plans
July 4 Weekend
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hold a weekend July t at the Al-
I els Hotel
For the benefit of the hospital,
the weekend will include two
brunches, three dinners, cocktail
party, tree parking, chaises and
green fees.
Check-in time is Fnd-y. July 3.
;:nd the stay is through Sundav,
July 5.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs Herman Katims. 2042 SW
ltth Ter., and Mrs. Sidney Fer-
tig, 47 Samana Dr.
\AUat!*i4,ii*d beat.'.-'' ,
Tifereth Israel
Ends Season
Temple Tifereth Israel. 6.500 No.
Miami Ave.. held its annual end
cf the season dance on Sunday,
with dancing to the music of the
Jerry Berke Trio.
A fully-paid round trip by jet to
the Worlds Fair in New York and
accommodations at the Ameri-
cana Hotel were won by Mr and
Mrs Mac Wyden.
A Nassau trip was won by '
Ralph Chandler, and bonds were
won by Mrs Sophie Gitlin. B.
Wiehanes and Ruby Kutun
visaMe dissent. I believe there
are no longer any solely Jewish
problems. I adopted Nonviolence
because I needed a concrete way
to dissent."
Marvin Davidov comes from
St. Paul. He was a political sci-
ence major at Macalaster Col-
lege. In 1953. he was drafted
into the army. He went in with
the idea of seriously serving.
"I found it difficult to obey
unintelligent orders." he said,
gazing regretfully at a used-up
package of cigarettes. I could
not accommodate the insensitiv-
ity cf the leaders."
Marvin Davidov's voice rolled
on in a monotonous monotone
without inflection, without ob-
vious pass'on. It mushed around
the small hot room, soporific in
its mellow, low-keyed Intensitj
much like the supra-realistic de-
livery ol a method actor in a
neorealistic film.
"Take this sergeant He had
it in for a guy named Anderson
To the rest of us he says 'give
him the business I say. hey.
let's hear Anderson's side of the
story. Maybe he's a right guj
Bui the sergeant's made a moli
out of us. and the rest are afraid.
So they jump Anderson and beat
him up. And this Anderson, his
spirit is broken. He doesn't even
protest. But you know. I look
at the guys and they couldn't look
back at me.'
At this point Mr. Davidov be-
gan to question things. He de-
cided that the army was the
totalitarian wing oi a oemocracy.
that tne recruits were cowards,
and so was he. and he wondered
about the validity of the idea of
mutual deterrents expounded by
liberal rhetoric.
A Daring Conclusion
As he had studied Russian and
Russian hisioiy. Marvin Davidov
sought on* the counter-intelli-
gence service. He wanted to be
a part of it. to serve Irs country
there, but the indoctrination
went something like this: "They
are all Communists Hemming-
way, Mary Martin. Ed Sullivan.
Frederic March."
Alter the irmy Mr Davidov
took a Ions look at the Liberal
Community He concluded that
"In this country the liberal has
to he schizophrenic. He can't
translate hi.- true feelings into
consistent political action be
cause he's accepted traditional
political lornis 1 he only way to
he consistent in public and pri-
vate life, to truthfully and aggres
sivel) State your ideas and trans
late them into action, the only
way to ait'".' social change is
through Nonviolent Activity."
At this moment. Marvin Da-
vidov is pausing in Miami He
and his companions are waiting
"for* permits to come thrcugfi" fm;
the State Department H*J
enable them to continue on t
Cuba. Their avowed purp^ J
to urge the Cubans to renL
the withdrawal of all forei >n m
tary weapons and ^sonne,
from their shores.
Model in th* Bible
They will ask them to end hi
restrictions on political iTVvi^
in Cuba anil to renounce any jr
tention of military interventki
m other nations. Davidov be
lieves that isolation and h:<)eka(je
will enhance friction: while trad.
and the exchange of ideas and
free intercourse will nin irw.
dem for all men. not only Nor,k
Americans.
And if permission is withheld
by the Sta'e Department well
they'll go ai.y way Thoreau and
Gandhi and Martin l.uth have shown the power ol ni
disobedience and nonviolent ac
tion Perhaps there's even 3
story or two about the-c radical
method! in the Rible"
Member Brunch
At Beth Am
Irving Lax. member^!'
ran of Temple Beth Am. ha- mad'
plans for a membership lirunca
in the Temple AtRtHoTtom
daj morning at 10 a.m
Prospective members
the new .sanctuary. Youth Leung,
2fi classrooms, library, arl
crafts room, mus'c room ani
other facilities of the Temple.
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Friday. June 26. 1964
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ORT Region Announces Three New Chapters
Page 3-E
Louis Huron, president of
, southeastern Florida Region
(n'- American ORT. an-
formation of the 16th
in the region.
c
i ui i '-
ee chapters started this
01 th are Catalina. Mrs
I l.avine. president; Gulf
ream, Mrs Martin Sprung, pres.
Went pro-tern; Mrs. Eu ;ene Mar
shall, sponsor
The newt si hapter, winch is in
the North Bay Village area and
ill nun mud. a 9 launched
ihroug*i the effortc ol Mr- .luck
Kramer paal president of Bis-
rayne Chapter. Mrs. Joseph
Wilkes i- sponsor and Mrs. He/b
Sontz. chairman pro-tem.
Mis Florence Kuppermun. rc-
|kn vice president and a mem-
bar ui the National Field Expan-
sion Committee tor the Southern
area, announced this week that
the region is now eligible for a
national award for having fulfill-
ed its expansion assignment for
the past year,
OUT is a worklu ide BJ -tern of
vocational schools designed to
help build and rebuild human
lives by teaching modern skills.
Rabbi Stern to Speak
Itabbi Tibor Stern will be guest
speaker on the "Jewish Worship
Hour" this Sunday, it a.m., over
WLBW Ch. 10. Rabbi Stern, spiri-
tual leader of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, will -peak on "Inte-
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Light of the Torah." The program
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fJmisti fkridHann
Friday. June 26,
Onh the r^ealnt of Ooc/efw
Zucker, Trupkin Exchange Vows
Sandra Gail Weiss Becomes Bride
Of Jerome Steinberger at Lombardy
Sandra Gail Weiss became the
bride of Jerome Steinberger on
Saturday evening, June 20, in the
Crystal Room of the Lombardy
Hotel, with the affair catered by
her parents, of Sand-Ell Kosher
Caterers.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss, 1430
Cleveland Rd.. Miami Beach. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Steinberger. 8875 Emerson
Ave.. Surf side.
Newlywed Mrs. Steinberger
graduated from Miami Beach High
School and Charron Williams
Commercial College. She is a
legal secretary.
For her wedding, she chose a
white peau de soie semi-bell skirt
with lace on the bodice and seed
pearls on the design of the lace.
The train was also covered with
i.ir and trimmed with scalloped
lace and seed pearls around tile
edges of the train
The eroom is a graduate of
Miami Beacb High and the Uni-
versity of Miami, with a Bachelor
'! Eudcation degree. He i now
attending the Universitj ol Miami
ilradui te School toward a Mas-
ter's degree in special educal n
lor physically-handicapped chil-
Bay l hapter of Women's Amer- dren.
nan OUT will hold a card party Following a wedding trip to the
in Southj;aU' Towers. North Build- Worlds Fair and Pocono Moun-
ing, on Tuesday noon. Mrs. Paul tains by car. the couple will live
Wilson is president. on Normandy Isle.
,

MRS. JtROMt STtlNBERGtR
Bay Chapter Party

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MRS. MATTHEW 1UCKIR
Arline Joyce Trupkin became
the bride of Dr. Matthew Zucker
In 7:30 p.m wedding rites at the
Doral Beach Hotel on Saturday
evening. June 20. with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Trupkin,
911 Sistina Ave., Coral Gables.
The groom is the son of Mrs. I.
David Cohen and the late Percy
Zucker, of New York City.
Maid of honor was Miss Linda
Berger. Best man for the groom
was Dr. Barton I'akull Ushers
included Alan Scheinman, the
groom's cousin, and Denis Trup-
kin, brother of the bride.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a gown of bouquet taffeta
and reembroidered alencon lace.
The bodice featured a portrait
neckline and Dior-length sleeves
ol lace. The bell-shaped skirt
was draped to the back and held
with loops of taffeta and a self-
rose. Her bouffant veil fell from
a matching crown of lace and
pearls.
The bride is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
attended the University f Fln
.da. where she was a member
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority graduated from the University *
Miami, and is presently t-;,Ch,,.
al Cutler Ridge Junior' Ih^. *
The groom is a graduate ,
Swathmore College in [>nnJ
vania and State UniversihT2
New York College of MedicJ
He interned at Montefiore HoitiM
in the Bronx, N.Y.. and is L,
ently serving in the Air Fore*
Homestead Air Base, where th*
couple will live following a hone*.
moon spent in Jamaica.
Dinner and reception \ u h^
in the Doral Beach Hotel ;,t !ne
conclusion of the weddit : cer*.
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Page 5-B
Ball, brother of the bride, and ush-
irs Included Jay Dolinger, Stan-
ley Hurad and Arnold Yachel-
soa,
Flower girl was Diane Horde
cai, niece of the groom. m,-v k.
Adler was in charge ol the guest
bo >k Mr. and Mrs, Mathew
Polak, maternal grandparents <>i
the bride, from New York, attend-
li the ceremony, also celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary
For the ceremony, the new Mrs.
Stein selected a traditional wed-
ding gown of floor-length pcau
(.t sole, featuring a scoop-
ed neckline appliqued with aJcn-
con lace, short sleeves, fitted
bodice and bouffant skirt also ap-
pliqued with alencon lace,
Her two-tiered French illusion
veil fell from a pillbox of alencon
lace and seed pearl-. She earned
orchids. lily-of-the-vailey, and
stephanotis on her mother's wed-
ding Bible
She is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attends
Pennsylvania State University,
where she i> a member ->f Gamma
Sigma Sigma honorarj
Mr. Stein received his degree in
accounting f r o m Pennsylvania
State University, where he belong-
ed to Alpha Phi Omega honorary,
Alpha Kappa Psi honorary and
Beta Alpha Psi honorary.
Reception and seated dinner
followed
Club
at the Doral Country
Social Singles Dance
B'nai B'rith Social Singles wilt
hold a dance on Saturday evening
at the Georgian Hotel.
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A d it<
MRS. tUHH STfIN
Miss Bail Weds
Eiliot David Stein
a double ring candlelight
mony on Sunday, June 21. at
Doral Country Club. Miss Bar
,ra Joan Ball exchanged wedding
.v- with Elliot David Stem.
Dr. Irvine Lehrman olficiated
the 6 p.m. riles. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
ill, 303 Coconut Ln., Palm Is
l.-nd, formerly of White Plains.
Y. The groom is the son of
Mrs. Arthur Lack, of Philadel-
phia, Pa.
Decor of the wedding was car-
,ed out in gold and white. Ma-
fun of honor tor her new hrother-
,i. law was Mrs. Myron Mordecai.
Bridesmaids included Miss Linda
nitalaif BU*8 Sharon Rubin and
Miss Merin Levy
Best man was David Lawrence
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Friday. June 26.
1961
Ardmoi
MRS. BURTON CORLISS
Werner-Kahn
MRS. S'fPHEN FARBF.R
Miss Stern Weds Medical Student
Corliss, Teller
Vows Told Here
Mr ami Mrs, Sidney Teller, of
519 40th St., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the marriage of their
(laughter. Ellen Michael, to Bur-
ton David Corliss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Corliss, of 4351
Tost Ave.
Dr [Tying Lehrman. of Tern
pie Emanuel officiated at the
Sunday. June 21 vows in the Bar-
celona Hotel.
Mrs L. D. Frankel. of Glenview,
III., the bride"s cousin, attended
her as matron of honor. Junior
bridesmaid was Miss Barbara
Blumberg. cousin, from West
Orange, N.J.
Harold Corliss was his brother's
beat man. and ushers included Joel
Dokson. Harry Raderman, Mich-
ael Gallendcr and Michael Hoff-
man.
The bride is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School.
Mr. Corliss is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The couple will live in New
York City, where the bride ex-
pects to attend the Fashion In
>tn ute of Technology
Diane Susan Stern and Stephen
j Farber have returned from
theil Nassau honeymoon and will
live in Brooklyn. NY., where the
groom attends Downstate Medical
SctM il
The couple exchanged wedding
\' ws before Rabbi Max Lipschitz
at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday
m mi June 21.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
:nd Mrs. Samuel Stern, 1233 Col-
lins Ave. The groom's parents are
the Samuel Farbers. 5233 Alton
R I i
I.imI of honor was Miss Janice
Weinman. Bridesmaids included
Carole Farber. Carol Marcus and
Theresa Scdlik. Roberta Farber
was junior bridesmaid.
Gary Kaplan was best man.
and ushers were Allan Zclman,
Jeffrey Stern and Mark Dono-
witz.
The bride graduated from Bos-
ton University this month and at-
tended Miami Beach High School.
Her husband also went to Beach
High and is a June graduate of
Brandeis University.
Reception and luncheon follow-
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In Sunday Vows
At Biscayne Here
Biscayne Terrace Hotel was the
site of the candlelight wedding of
Miss Zelma Ghcrscovici and Shel-
don M. Klalf on Sundav, June 21.
I
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom of Hollywood, of-
' ficiated at the 6:30 p.m. ritei
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gherscovici.
1521 Meridian Ave. The groom's
parents arc Mr and Mrs. Louis
Klaff, 425 Coral Way.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Max Sklaver. Brides-
matron was Mrs Ben Steinman.
Best man was George Shafer
Lien Steinman acted as usher and
( arlos Sklaver as ringbearer. In
charge of the guest book .>- Nat
Kaller. cousin of the bride.
Decor of the wedding was car-
ried out in pink and red For the
occasion the new Mrs Klaff se
lected a traditional wedding gown
nude exclusively for her Floor
length, it featured peau de sole,
scooped neckline, fitted bodice.
elbow length sleeves, a line skirt
v.ith detachable chapel length
train all reembroidered with seed
nearls and iridescent sequins and
crystals.
Her four-tiered French illusion
veil fell from a rose reembroider-
ed with seed pearls. She wore a
single strand of pearls.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Havana. The groom at-
tended Boston University
Reception and formal dinner
followed at the Biscayne Terrace
The couple are touring Florida
rtd will make their home in
Miami.
Current Events Board
An illuminated "Daily Current
Events Board" has been installed
at Cedars ot Lebanon Hospital to
stimulate interest between depart-
ments and develop an internal edu-
cation and communications pro-
gram for staff and employees.
Mrs. Doris Eckhoff, supervisor of
nurses, jnd Harold Dunsky. direc-
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ity relations, conceived the idea.
The exhibit is kept up-to-date and
revised several times weekly by
Chief Engineer Frank Sansone
ST., working in liaison with pub-
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Jacobson.
Beth Am Group
Elects President
Very Interested Parent- Orm
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elected Mrs. Joseph Solomon I
president.
Mrs. Solomon has been actiw
in the V.I.P. group since fa ,.
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facets of Temple life
The group works closely ^
the Religious School, and u- pnr
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Bronvon *'-iis Btudl*H
/W. HtJtK HISS
Chicago Home
For Hess. Abbott
laisies and Ughted tapors deco
; the Sarah Sulilons Room ol
f Ambassador East Hotel in
neago for the marriage of Miss
iv Abbott, daughter of the
\ Abbotts, of Miami Beach.
ler \ Hess, son of Mr and
- Peter E. Hess, of Chicago,
\ reception and dinner follow
,,i the Ambassador East. The
ide wore a fitted gown of rib-
n reembroidered late and a
or length veil.
I lie bfide'S COUsin, Mrs James
evy, of Chicago, was her matron
honor. Bridesmaids were Hiss
..ndra Wcinstock. of Miami
each, and Miss Helame Wayne,
Houston. Tex.
Joel Handlcman. of Chicago.
was best man. Harris D. Cohen,
i Miami Beach, and Martin Bro
oaky, Stev'ii Conhain and George
.oldberg, of Chicago, were ush-
rs,
Mr. and Mrs Hess will live in
uiago.
Wariner Weds
Cleveland Girl
Alice Carol Joseph is now Uri
Edwin Mack Wanner. The couple
exchanged wedding vows in the
i minium.t> Temple ol Cleveland.
c. on Sunday, June 21 Rabbi
Jack Herman officiated at the 1
p.m. rites.
The bride i> the daughter ol
Mr and Mrs. Allan M Joseph,
o! Shaker Heights, 0 The {room
1- the son ol Mrs. Natalie Weiner,
9851 S\V 121h Ter Miami
Mali mi ui honor was Mrs liar
r\ Lebovic, sister of the bride
Harry Lebovic, the bride's broth
er-inlaw. was best man
Newlywed Mrs. Wanner mad
uated from Shaker Heights High
school and Ohio University at
Athens.
The groom is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Dinner followed the wedding,
when the couple left for a leisure-
ly trip through the southern part
Of the I'nited States, ending with
two weeks in Jamica. They will
be at home at 9350 SW 54th St..
South West Miami.

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For a full week beginning Mon-
day, June 29, the puppeteers will
present matinee and evening per
Cormances, open to the public, at
the DiLido Hotel.
.Many of the famous characters
ul fiction will come to life, in pup
pel form Jack the Giant Killer.
Rip Van Winkle. Hiawatha, Kin;;
of the Golden River, the Blue
Fair;. Pinocchio, Peathertop,
lunch and Judy. Rumpelstiltskin
Cinderella, Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs, and many others
Of special interest will b< thi-
ll. Gay production of MOSCJ and
the Ten Commandments on Tues-
day, .'i p.m.
Tickets will be on sale at the
DiLido Registration Desk begin-
r.ing Sundaj Jero Maeon. local
artist-puppeteer, la festival chair-
man
The Deputy' in Israel
TEL AVIV (WNS Habi-
mah, Israel's national theatre
troupe, this week gave a Hebrew
performance of Rolf Hochhuth's
controversial play "The Deput)
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MKS. IfOBfRT KAPLAN
Kaplan Porias
On Tour of West
Ina Porias and Robert M. Kap
Ian exchanged wedding vows in
home of the bride's parents on
Sunday morning. June 21. Rabbi
Henry 11. Wernick officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
end Mrs. Joseph A. Porias, 425
Luenga Ave., Coral Gables. The
groom is the son of .Mr. and Mrs.
A. 0 Kaplan, Vancouver, British
Columbia
Maid of honor was Miss Mar-
. ret Jerome. Dr. W. Crissy, of
Easl Lansing, Mich., served as
In-I man.
For the occasion, the bride
chose a white lace anil crepe cock
tail dress with overskirt of white
chiffon. She carried a bouquet
of white daises and roses on a
small Bible.
She has a Bachelor of Music
degree from the University of
Miami and a Master's degree from
Michigan State University. She is
a member of Sigma Alpha Iota
and Pi Kappa Lambda, musical
honorarics.
The groom has a Bachelor's de-
gree from the University of Brit-
ish Columbia and a Master's de-
gree from Harvard. Presently,
he is an instructor at Michigan
State University, while complet-
ing a PhD in business administra
tion. He is a member of Zeta
Beta Tau social fraternity.
The new Mrs. Kaplan is well-
known in music circles in Dade
County for her performances as
a pianist and singer, having ap-
peared in opera, musical comedy
and concerts.
Wedding breakfast followed the
ceremony at King's Bay Yacht
and Country Club. The couple
are now on an extended trip
through the western part of the
I nited State- and Canada
Flagler-Granada Party
Card- and other games were
featured at a parly Wednesday
evening at Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish tenter Mrs. Berry Clein was
.I,airman of the Sisterhood-spon-
mvd affair.
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*Jen f*^ fkridiar
Friday, Ju^ 2-: :3J
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Frances Entinc was born where that famous tree grew,
in Brooklyn, but did her growing up after the thirteenth
month in Chicago. She was the quiet one in her family of
five brothers and four sisters. Every morning, each child
wa- carefully inspected by their mother before leaving for
school in anticipation of having then return looking the
same way. Neat little Frances was the only one who lived
up to her mother's expectations.
Graduating from high school. Frances took up book-
keeping and stenography and worked at it. Her husband-
to be, Jacob Entine. rented a store in her mother's build-
ing. Catching a glimpse of Frances one day. he told her
aunt he would like to meet her. Frances said she wasn'1
a bit interested, but Jacob saw to it that she would be
-ted: and they got married and moved to St. Louis.
Jacob's business proved fascinating to Franceshides
1 she learned all about it while doing the bookkeeping.
In 1!)39. because of bis poor health, they came to Florida.
After ber husband passed away,
Frances continued to run the busi-
ness from bore, handling all of
the books and maintaining her
finger in each piece of leather.
With a smile. Frances explains
that plastic seems to have taken
over the hide business. With time
hanging heavy on her hands, it
was suggested that she do the
bookkeeping for the Women's Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, saving money for the Aux-
iliary, as weil as giving her some-
thing to think about instead of her
own loneliness.
For the past twelve years.
Frances has been a financial sec-
retary and treasurer. In this way. she became an ardent
Home for the Aged enthusiast. She also has been, and is.
active in the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah, where
- as secretary and treasurer there, too Frances
is a quiet woman, hard to know, but behind it all slie is
and friend!) and. as her friends say, "to know Fran-
ces i- to li is ,i benefactor to man) pi-pie.
to n ties and to manj organizations.
Frances Is still interested in the hospital and the re-
ehil ren n Chicago where two ol her brothers are
S ; : in Israel an
i pei impressed with te Hadassah Hospital, as
v as thi orphanages Relatives in Israel Mhos* chil-
dren are sabras help Keep the flame burning. Travel for
n
Orient and how

Music, a week as a Pink L Ij
Ml S nai Hospil
has to do, k< eps Frani
vork on her loom at night. Whet
11 of place mats fi >m Ft i teel
kni ghted.
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Iris Hope Weis.s and Albert fr-
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Beach following their honeymoon
tour through New York State.
The couple exchanged wedding
vews in 6:30 p.m. rites on Sun-
day. June 21. at the Algiers Hotel,
with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of-
ficiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Weiss. 5860 SW 10th
St. The groom's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Manning A Mintus. 1755
Washington Ave.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Rose
Miller. Noel Iris was best man.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a short length lace top silk
organza skirt and carried a bou-
quet of orchids and stephanotis.
Newlywed Mrs. Mintus is a
graduate ol the University ol
Miami School of Education and
teaches at Kensington Park
Si hool.
The groom is a graduate ol
Brooklyn College of the City of
New York and the Graduate
School "i West Virginia, where he
aa a member <>f the American
Chemical Societj
\\ m i K.ihn
MRS. ALBERT MINTUS
MISS MARILYN REILH
'Y' Camp Seeking
Scholarships
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North County Branch
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Hi to F Stoi k S
M Mi r< .- \l Goldberg,
'. Raskin, I. E] Cohen,
It. Salmon, B Oshins, C. Plotkin
Moss Elected Chairman
Joseph S. Moss was elected
chairman of the board of the
Miami Beach Firsl N'ational Bank
al a re tular meeting Wedne da)
Moss succeds F Lowr) Wall, who
died Ma) 25, aflei serving as
board chairman for 20 years
Miss Reich Will
Marry Rabbi
Mr and Mrs, Nathan Reich, "I
i eveland Heights, 0., announce
the engagement ol their daughter
Marilyn, to Rabbi Melvin Sachs,
si n oi Mr and Mrs Barnej Sachs,
ol Miami
Miss Reich i- a graduate of
^c -'ma- Adas Hnai Israel, she
atten led Mather College and
Brooklyn College, she is a mem-
1 it of Iota Sigma Pi, national
chemistr) honor society for worn
in She was also a violinist with
the Cleveland Philharmonic (>r-
chestra
Rabbi Sachs holds a Bachelor
oi Arts and Master of Hebrew Let-
ters v hen- rtlso receh i d hi- ordina
tion He i- a graduate of the
Gn ater Vli imi Hebrew Vcadcmj
He is a i r of E Sign a Pi
the Rabl
i ouncil oi An i ri..
He is cut i ompleting his
ear chaplaim j to r ol
..i FI Polk, 1 .1 will b< -
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Rabl S
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a meetin
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1 ireater Los Anseli -
Miss Malow P|cl.
Chantilly Lace
Mis Trudy Sheila Male
ler of Mr. and Mr- j, ..'^
Malow. of Pater-on \ "
16400 NE 3rd Ave. \. ,'*
Beach, became the bride \rnc2
Ira Levy in evening rites ^
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The groom is the son | u
and Mrs. Henry Lew. .-*;
Cables. ^
Decor of the candleligh !)Ubu
ring ceremony was pn ,J!
white. For her wedding, ^T
chose a soft chantilly l, '
with seed pearls, long ,"nN
sleevea and chapel tr. n
headpiece featured a boui ^
and crown trimmed wr
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Matron of honor was V M,r.
tin Piafaman, si-tcr of tl
BridesmaJda included .t,
Eilene and Robin Storck ujm
of the bride; Miss Shai ;.0NV
sister of the groom; Mr- in
Klebcr, sister of the gi an4
Miss Nancy Sue it. rn
girl v Miss Debra
Ol the bride
]: t man was Gar .r
and ushers included San
1 cousin of tht
v. brother I tl
Marin Fishman, brothei
the bi idi Mil ha* i Br< -
Edv ard !<
I he bride is a ati
Hi 'h Scho I j itei
has .i Bachelor <;
. i' from the i nit 11
Miami .-he teaches In
..t Caml City Element a rj
Mr. Lev) i> a graduate
- High School, rii.
Bachi lor of Business \>
lion degree from the i
ol Miami, and is a June .
ol the I" of M Law School
He .- a member ol Phi .-ilon
Pi. social, and Phi Alpha lu
legal
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SISTERHOOD of Temple Or
^ Olom held an open meeting
Hun- lay night at which Mrs.
Hank Schueler nave a talk en-
litlcd The New LookA Trim-
Vou." and also gave a dem-
on-! ration of static tension exer-
cirs Program chairman, Mrs.
\ Solo, chose a shantung
ol yellow daffodila and
ells Oil a field of white
\ ng blue accessoriei com
i i hei ensemble.
Mrs Murraj Rosenberg was in
iece print, featuring blue
en on beige, with a
h >kirt. the classic over
.. ind an ascot at the neck
A polished cotton was
ii n by Mrs. Bernard Singer
i polka dota were scattered
immer pink, and the tit**- ended in a block-pleated
. i Mrs Sidne) Hollander's
i piece powdei blue moygashel
waa the tailored sheath
itvai-t silhouette. Multi col
red flowers were seen on Mrs.
raid Schwartz, Her sleeve-
s*. jeweled neck sheath was .1
ummer floral print
kulRS. Mel Shifke's maize shirt-
" waist featured white rick-
ack trim, and she wore a
Hatching headband Royal blue
and kei'y green horizontal stripes
. 1 orn b> Mrs Lester Stein. The
. > si blu as repeated in a
lid color in her skirt. Mrs
. irmi el > a in an ice
th .111 unpn
d -kni and a chalk white
necklace Arnyl was the
chosen bj Mrs L
coin 'lets on mut
were on the overbli
P| .. u ;,- v 111'.' ,.iu!
d
link and white in
ia> M1 llarrj Gordon's
ti for t ; Her
:
I? I u <.
n ihf pimt
jacket and matching belt that
topped Mrs. Joseph Lehman's
white arnyl dress Mrs Murray
Kaye chose a pink and white
pinstripe shirtwaist with a self-
fabric rolled belt, and full skirt.
An ombre maize, two-piece cot-
ton suit was worn by Mrs. Wil-
liam Seidman Her jacket fea-
tured the cardigan neckline
Powder blue, in the popular drip-
dry fabric, was Mrs. (hick
Goodman's choice, Htr sleeve
less shirtwaist had the unpress-
ed, pleated skirt.
CSif-ERHOOD president, Mrs
** Aloert Levenson, wore a kellj
green, polished cotton which fea
tureil an asymetrically-draped
skirt that gave the controlled
fullness of the bell silhouette
Mrs. I-adorc Fine's blue and
white tailored pinstripe was in
seersucker, and had short sleeves
and a button front bodice. A
blue denim shift with a wide
sailor collar piped in white was
Mrs. Joseph Rothman's choice
for the meeting. Mrs. Jules
Goldmark also chose a shift.
blending pink and rose into a
geometric print.
Mrs. Phil Zelman's summer
black cotton pique was sleeve
h in thi -heath silhouette, and
had diamond-shaped pearl but-
tons to the aist. A hite shark
skin shift trimmed in navy was
Mrs Emorj Green's choice and
wore the new frosted coiffure
Yello n with a deep "V"
neckline w as w orn by Mr- Mar
tin Hirsch. False Hap pockets
at the hip and her neckline
1 heel in nav 5 Mrs
Redstone > two piece linen
lured a black an 1
blue overbl tuse stitched in
w hite 11 r .1 hite box pleated
Ibi' sleeveless 0
.tup, 1 worn bj Mrs
Irwin I'i els had a sell 1 ibnc
, 1 bib insert which
istline
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MISS ROSLYN ftlDMAN
Miss Feldman In
December Rites
Mr. and Mrs Herman W. Feld-
man. 6201 Castaneda St.. Coral
Gables, announce the engagement
ol their daughter, Rosyln Mae. to
Alex Green, sun of Mr. and Mrs
Hj man Green, New Orleans. La.
A graduate of Coral Gables
High, the bride-elect is attending
Northwestern University Dental
School and will graduate next
.lure as a di in.il hj gienist.
Mr Green attended Tulane I'm
. where he was a member
ol Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity,
He graduated as a chemical engi-
neer from the Georgia Institute
of Technology and recently re-
ceived ins Master's degree in fi-
nance and marketing lrom the
Northwestern University School ol
Business,
A reception in honor of the
couple's betrothal will be held
Sunday at the Feldman home. \
December wedding is being plan-
ned
Miss Broun Now
Mrs. Alterman
Miss Arlene Braun became the
bride of John M. Alterman in 6:30
p.m. rites on Sunday. June 21, at
the Dupon' Plaza Hotel. Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro officiated.
For the wedding, the bride chose
a princess style floor-length gown
ol peau dc soie with a chantilly
lace bodice and seed pearls. She
carried a cascade bouquet of
white roses and white orchids.
Newlywed Mrs. Alterman is the
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. David
Braun, 2181 SW 26th Ln. The
groom's parents are Mrs. Rose
Alterman. 1408 So. Bayshore Dr.,
and Mr. Sidney Alterman, 3301
NE 5th Ave.
Matron ot honor was Mrs. Wil-
liam Shaw. Miss Martha Kent
was maid of honor.
Best man for his brother was
Richard Alterman. and ushers in-
cluded Dave Levine. Bryan Alter-
man. Bob Braun. Stewart Spec-
tor. Larry Bobbins, Joel Rilkin
and Arthur Lazarus.
The bride graduated from Miami
senior High School and is now-
attending the University of Miami
The groom graduated from Miami
High and the Wharton School of
finance at the University ol
Pennsylvania, where lie was pres
ident of Phi Sigma Delia Fiat
11 nity.
Formal sit-down dinner follow
ed the ceremony. Alter a honey-
moon trip to Europe, the couple
will live in South Miami.
late Career Start
NEW YORK (WNS) Isaac
Prosier, a 88-year-old Macy sales-
man who escaped the Nazis, was
among the proud graduates who
received their sheepskins from
City College. Presler told news
men he accepted his degree as
another step in his belated quest
for knowledge. The City College
graduate plans a career in law.
W, 1 ii. r-K 11.11
MPS. JOHN AITERMAN
Spinoza Forum
Topic is 'Fear1
Next Thursday
How to Overcome Fear" will
be the topic of a lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson on Thursdaj
rning, 10:30 a.m. in the audi-
torium of Washington federal.
1234 Washington Ave before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa
t.on.
A musical interlude will precede
the lecture, and open forum dis
cession will follow. There will
also be a dramatic reading of
Shekhov's play. "The Seagull
H. K. Kaden will preside.
Thursday. July 2, Meyer Charilf
will speak on "Free and Inde-
nt."
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OF GREATER MIAMI
Proudly Announces
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0p?n to Students who bava Compktsri Six Ycors 0: Elementary School,
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June >. at Beth El Synagogue,
v nil Rabbi Solomon Schiff offi-
i iating
The bride is th.' daughter ol
ii- \niie Mooney, ol 96 SW 28th
:,,i she graduated from Miami
h and Dade County Junior Col
She is .i medical lechnician.
Her husband is the son ol Mrs
, .,. Geltner ol 3311 SW rd
Hi luated from the i ni
versify <.i Colorado and leaches in
' i iaroi.
The couple wenl to Tucson, Ariz
for their honeymoon lour and will
remain there during the summer,
here Mr Geltner is attending
the university. The) will visll
California and Houston, Tex on
their return trip
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Friday, June 26,
196<
Temple Zion to Install Officers in Old
Quarters as Farewell Prior to Moving
i
1
Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman of the Jewish National Fund
Educational Forum, points to Me Ami. krael. strategic strong-
hold for the defense and security of the State of Israel. Mrs.
Miriam Press, co-chairman of the INF Educational Forum, and
Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the Jewish National Fund Execu-
tive Board, looks on.
Jewish National Fund Educational Forum
Meets to Formulate Plans for Oct. Event
First Planning Committee meet-
- of the Jewish National Fund
k '-lace this
week in the Conference Room of
the Jewish National Fund.
Miss L:' Iman, chairman
JNF Educational Forum.
stressed the importance of di>
Fund
- : the JNF
nd its future role in the develop-
of tin State of Israel
importance of this knoul-
cannot be overemphasized.
>..id Mist i, m :r-ian -It i- only
M has the kn li lg< and
tfl be imbued
\. ith the necessary devotion and
to attain important objec-
tives. That is why I am so inter-
ested in the JNF Educational
Forum, for only through contin-
uous education can we hope to
spread knowledge lor the need*
'Kj lr tit daz c:
of the Jewish Nati Fund and
:t- vital role in the upbuilding
the land of Isi
Miriam Press irman
the fonim.
ter f>3 yeai M ork and
re than U
:
Israel
> The futuri [si
eclamal
soil n
rimarily the
y recogi
i bjectives of the JNF
Plan- are being formulated for
. city* Ide JNF Fducational I- r
um luncheon on Octotx i

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Install I officers will be
5720 SW 17th
St, ii S rening: The i
last major func-
tion in the Ti old quarters
removal to its new location.
kfilh i;d.
Hyman R ivta-h will be ii
ed for hi- third term as president
I the i .4 < .,\;i.in Prior to
Potash, n i president held a p
ngei than two years
An important feature of the In-
stall] that oi three past
presidents Morn- Marlin. Jessi
Tetiler and Jack Deutchman. be
\hg installed a- first second, and
'.hird vice p.-oident. respectively
j
Installation will be conducted in
the setting of a dinner dance, and
the following officers of the con-
>n will al-o be ln.-talled:
Executive board Samuel Wenia.
corresponding secretary; Michael
C. Slotmck. recording secretary;
Sidney Pascal, treasurer: Henry
Shapiro, financial trea-urer.
i of trustee- Bernard .T
Martin Hammer. Eh S.
Loa ;: \i irris B Marlin and Jack
- additon I i 40 member-
:
f the coi : the
new Miller
p m ,
Dta-
[rving Lehrman.
Vbramo-
Ulai Rutchik. .i- well
spirit er of thi
man.
^nd various : all de-
nominations who articipate
in the proceedii
Greetings UI extended bj
Metro Mayor Chuck Haii, as well
Mayor Clyde Taylor. South
M imi; Mayor Joseph Murphy.
Coral Gables; Mayor Edmond
Cooper. West Miami, and the
president of the congregation,
Hyman R Potash
The new Temple and all Its
facilities will be completed before
the forthcoming High Holy Days,
and the full ceremony of dedica-
tion will be conducted some time
during the High Holy Day sea-
son
i-chairmen in charge of the
occasion will be Morris Marlin.
Jesse Teitler and Jack Deutch-
man. vice presidents of the con-
gregation
HYMAH K. HHAiH
Beach Civic League Installation Set;
Mayor Richard to Receive Annual Award
Annual m-talation of new of-
ficer- and members of the Board
of Directors of the Civic 1.
Of Miami Beach will take place
Saturday evening at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. -t;irting at 6 30 p.m.
Earl Faircloth, Attornej Gen
ol the State of Florida,
will eaker al the din
ner which will get under way at
; ra. Ri
commi...... imnist, Lar-
K.- mast
ii -
Rocky Pomerance, retiring
president of the League, an-
nounced that the Awards Com
miMe of the League named
Melvin J. Richard, Mayor of
Miami Beach, as recipient of the
League's annual "Civic Leader
of th Year" award.
New officers who will be in-
stalled are Al Nas pit sident;
Robert Schwedel, fir-t vice pre-i-
dent. Louis Wolf-on. i(e f
president; Murray Drexli -a;.
urer. Maurice Unger
secretary
Murray Goodman : Raf.
fel. Cecil Segor, Norn
W Bill Click. .1., k -
Terr) Sponder, Gilbert w
Walter Bauer. Mike Sossu
erman, Harry Erlandi
Gold! i rg, Joseph
William Klini
Thai, i ie irge w ini
lo, Di Mark
Mich
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Cliff Dwellers to Dance
Cliff Dwelieri
hold i semi-formal d<
>>n Friday. 8 30 p m at ;
wile Hotel. Ii i a/ill ie la
the music of bV Pan n '
chestra.

David Richard.
join- 2 -> ear-old brother Marc
M rman, in the home of Joan and
Jack 1' SW 144th St
lune 19. the man

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Mr- :: man and Mr and
Mr-
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Mr and Mrs Do,: McCarthy, Mr-
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future in Hollywood one of the
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r&iaY, June 26. 1964
* Mwisti Meridian
Page 1 IB
Miamian Wins
Degree at School
Bureau Lists New Committees
, D .Sedlik. son of Mr. and j
,,;.'; Nathan sedlik. 221 SW 4th
*v( Miami, was one of 1,078 stu-
del ho received degrees at the
!58lli commencement exercises at
laer Polytechnic Institute.
Dr Chauncey Starr, president,
Atom.es International. Canoga
I'ari., Calif., delivered the com-
.',',' ent address and received
In, H.rary degree of Doctor of
m neerlng.
Kichard G. Folsom. presi- |
rt,r t Rensselaer. awarded the
5, A total of 670 Bachelors,
355 ,i-ter> and 53 Doctors de-
gree were conferred.
Set k received a Bachelor of
.ring Science degree. AI
all-City football player at
Mi. 1 High, he is lifetime presi-
,,- : the class of 1964. He was A member of Phi Sigma Delta
:it of the Student Union, a Fraternity. Sedlik played varsity
r of Phalanx, the senior football, and was a four-year dele-
v society, and listed in gate to the Student Council.
WbO m American Col- He has accepted a Job with
Boeing Aircraft in Seattle, Wash.
tMl SCDUK
Caravel Estates:
City Conveniences
In the Suburbs
vel Estates Is an address
estige featuring pool homes
,'. a suburban atmosphere and
nveniencea
11 Raskin is pxesidenl ot
1 I Estate*, with Kobert
erger serving as general
er and Nat Wynn as nlea
nanagcr.
Situated at 6621 SW 92nd Ave.,
Caravel Estates offers the po-
tential home-buyers in on their
lave.*', hand-crafted homes "for
a limited number of affluent
families of good taste" from
S23,9W.
Your addre> in Caravel Estates
more than address," said
Raskin "it l symbol of tradi-
: mi and prestigea supreme
. i-nievemenl in luxurious subur-
1 n Irving '
Caravel Estates feature at no
1 tra cost an all-General Electric
. lipped kitchen, including built
automatic, picture window
ble oven: cook top-Eye-Hi
i push button controls;
11st fan and hood with built-
ii 11 ntrols for cook top out of
ii of children; Super-Grind
all; dishwasher with 15-
etting capacity; and 40-gal-
1- n. -.. ass-llned hot water heater.
1
tilths feature vanities with
drrwers, geld anodiied shower
and tub enclosures if desired,
large plate glass mirrors, built-
in facial tissue box, bold decor a-
tivt -ile, and single level faucets
on '! sinks and tubs.
" features are marbclucd
gallery, foyer and dining
I 1 loon, year-round air-condi-
honini by Fcdders, fully-equipped
1 sunken living room with
railttlj swirl ceiling in living
rei fully-insulated ceilings, gal-
li rj itrance and lamp posts.
Committees of the Bureau Of
Jewish Education were announced
by Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau, for the coming school
year ot 1964-1965. The commit-
tees are still in formation, as new
members of the board are to be
added.
Budget and Finance Committee
of the Bureau, which draws up
the budget of the Bureau and de-
termines allocations, will be chair-
ed by Meyer A. Baskin and con-
sists of the following: Oscar Mam-
ber. Judge Frederick Barad, Mel-
\yn Frumkes, Joe Zalis. Max
Meisel. Leonard Zilbert, Joseph
Cohen.
Melvyn Frumkes was appoint-
ed chairman of the Adult Edu-
cation Committee, which plans
actively for Jewish Book Month
and stimulates further adult
study. Members of the commit-
tee also include Al Sherman,
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Rabbi Mor-
ris Horovitz, Saul Rabin, Joseph
Abelow, M. A. Baskin, Joshua
Stadlan, Rabbi Samuel April,
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink, Dr. Milton Lu-
barr.
Mrs Joseph Dunto\ was reap-
pointed as chairman of the Lib-
rary Committee, which supervises
the Bureau's Library, now con-
taining over 9,000 volumes of
Judaica Her committee consists
(I Mrs. Joseph Abelow. co-chair-
man, Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Morris
Honigbaum, Dr. Isaac Unterman,
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro and
Mrs. David Muskat.
The Bureau's Building Commit-
tee will be chaired by Ben Zion
Ginsburg, with Theodore Berman,
Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Charles
CLAUDE EICHEl
Eichel Appointed
Special Assistant
Claude I. Eichel has been ap-
pointed a special Assistant At-
torney General by Florida At-
tome) General James w Kynes
Jr
Eichel is an attorney and cer-
tified public accountant Ile is fi-
nancial secretary of Sholem Lodge
ot B'nai B'rith.
The 27-year-old appointee lives
at 29 Alhambra Plaza. Coral
Gables
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AND TEACHERS
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Call Miss Schworti, Jewish Center
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Weinberg, Leonard Zilbert. Ben
Meyers and Harry Simonhoft,
also serving on the committee
The Building Committee laces the
critical issue of relocating the
Bureau Building within the next
feu months.
Anna Brenner Meyers will con-
tinue to serve as chairman of the
Board of Review, which acts as
in, arbitration board between
teachers and congregations, and
includes Judge Frederick Barad.
co-chairman. Melvyn Frumkes.
Rabbi Malavsky. M. A. Baskin.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Louis
Schwartzman and Mrs. Joshua
Stadlan.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff has been
appointed chairman of the Bu-
reau's Board of License, which
is recognized by the National
Board of License of the Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Edu-
cation. Serving on his commit-
tee are Judge Frederick Barad,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Oscar Mam-
ber, Herbert Berger, Joshua
Stadlan, Abraham Gittelson,
Heril Honor, Dr. Isaac Unter-
man and Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
The Teachers Placement Com-
mittee recruits and place- all
teachers in Hebrew, Sunday School
and Pre-school departments It
consists of Oscar Mamher. chair-
man, and Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
Dr. Isaac Unterman, Mrs. Joshua
Stadlan and Louis Schwartzman.
Max Meisel, former president of
the Bureau, will act as chairman
ot the Nominations Committee.
This committee will conclude
its task for the year by present-
ing a slate of nominations for
the Board of Directors in Sep-
tember. Ben Meyers, M. A.
Baskin, Matilda Ratner, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Oscar Mamber
and Al Ossip, are also included.
Judge Frederick Barad will
chair the Teachers Welfare Com-
mittee, which is stimulating the
retirement and insurance pro-
grams for educational personnel,
and consists of Joseph Post, co-
chairman. Melvyn Frumkes and
Louis Schwartzman
Al Ossip chairs the Public Rela-
tions Committee of the Bureau,
which also includes Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Mrs. M. A. Baskin and
Ed Cohen.
Jan August, nationally-known
pianist and orchestra leader,
is now appearinq with his
dance band at King Arthur's
Court, Miami Springs Villas.
A new dancing policy is in
effect at the popular dining
spot, inaugurated by August
and his band.
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*Jenit fkrAfisr
J^ar Steven Emmer
Rabbi David Rosenfeld and Can-
r George Goldberg will offk
at the Bar Mitzvah trf Steven H
:ner on Saturday, June 27. a:
r-Granada Jewish C
lu.-h will follow the ser\.
ot Mr and
an J Emmer and
ther .: Margaret Emmer
plays drums in the school
mber of the Stu
Council and completed
u.th grade at Kmloch Park Jun
: High
Dinner party in his honor will
be held at the Seville Hotel
Norman Rosen thai
N nnao Rosentbal will become
Par Mitzvah during Friday even
services, June 26. of Temple
: North Dadt. with Rabbi
lei M Low) oft mating.
Norman has completed seventh
trade in th*- Relia. 3 hool and
^t North Miami Junior High He
i- in honor student and partici-
in the accelerated mathe-
tica program.
He was nominated by the Na
i\ Science Foundation for a
;a! course in biology He is
.ember of the Chess Club at
ol and is a Boy Scout. Hii
i-wirite sport- include swimming
and baseball, and his hobbies are
.-tamp and coin-collecting. a-
well as plawng the piano.
Out-of-town guests will include
i is grandmother. Mrs Mary Ros-
< ub!um. and an uncle. Hy Rosen-
i lum, both of St. Paul. Minn.
Marc Simmons
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro will
'Jficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Marc Hanna Simmons on Saturday,
BWnatng, June 27.
Marc, son of Mr and Mrs. Rich-
ard Simmons, will be in eighth
le at Shenandoah Junior High
n ihe fall, and enjoy- painting and
n ic. He is a clarinetist in the
on band, and al>.. plays the
act rdion.
in i Mrs will hon-
hen: son with a kiddush and
heon, for in\ \U in
(the sex-
i
Scott Moore
Torah C ion will be
' Site of th.> Bar Mitzvah of
June 27. with Rabhi Max Lip-

- "' is -h. Mr and
Robert U .o!98 NE 8th
* He will ,i Bible pre
nted in behalf of the Molhe
' am r s.-ti rhood
He is ai e ghth ler at John
V Kennedy Ju; High School
Mormon Sotenthol
per of the Keren Ami
- of
Greater Miami
Kenr.eth Tragash
Kenneth Alan Trag of
Mi .in ; Mrs Si >-h. 3151
Sheridan Ave, will celebrate his
I.'ar Mitzvah on Saturday. June 27.
temple Menorah. with Rabbi
\ r im :*z officiating
Kiddush following the service
rill be held a: h;- home
Kenneth attends Temple Menor-
ah Rel .. ;- School and Nautil -
Junior Huh. where he play- trum-
ret in ti. band He is the
Mrs. Ceil Consovoy
-nd the late Mr Jack N Con-
sovoy, of Miami Beach, and Mrs
Dora Tragash and the late Mr
Louis Tragash. of Saddle Brook.
N.J.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be held Saturday even-
ing at the Royal Hungarian Res-
taurant.
Michael Freedman
Michael Freedman will become
Ear Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
June 27. at Beth David Congre
tation. with Rabbi -Norman V
Shapiro officiating.
Michael is the son of Mr and
Mrs Jerome Freedman
Entering eiebin grade at Ponce
de Leon Junior High in the fall.
he i- especially interested in
- and >ma!l animals. His fav.
< rite sport- are baseball and ten
-
Mr and Mr- Freedman will
- celebrant with a
k ddush and luncheon tor insited
- following the service.

Mark Belenson
Mark Belenson Mr and
Mrs. All NE
:76th St.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Sal r; ly morning. June
27, at Tempi.' Adatfa Yeshurun
with Rabbi Johan E Caplan of-
ficial
Marc i- an ei.hth grader at
J ihn F Kenm Ij Junior Huh H.
- in th< and
skin-diving Hi
- Lisa,
Kiddu-h and reception will be
von no'
Readers are having their
i to th<
Amend
Tuesda]
and being asked
it A
N
Equal winch
mty
.
as
the weeklies ii
that tnorut-
ed to cat
tendered Mark bj I
nj

Robert Klein
- muel April will officiate
at Um Mitzvah ol Robert
- j> afternoon.
27 5:45 .n Temple
'lorn
Robert i- Um km : Mr un !
Mrs Charles Kiein
Jay Barr
Temple Sinai of North Da:
be the site if the Bar Mitzvah of
Jay Barr on Saturday morning.
June 27. with Rabbi Daniel Lowy
official
Son of Mr and Mr- Gi >rg<
but. ja> has compie Sons of Israel Installation Spt
&rade in both the Temples Reli- ,JW,la vt ? IIIIIWTIWn JCT
i.ious School and at North Miami
High. His favorite -ports
an fishing and bowling Guests
;^t the Bar Mitzvah ceremony will
include relatives from Washing-
ton, DC. and New York Cits
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob ConqreqB>
tion. addresses a 16th anniveisary of the State of 1st el cele-
rrton by some 1.200 leaders of the Religious Z. rqanj.
zation of America in the Americana Hotel. New Y lei\
is the newly-elected Chief Rabbi of Israel Lei Yen : ;e:.
man. who arrived for the occasion aboard an El Allsi Air-
lines Jet. Center is Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president of
Mizrachi, the Religious Zionist Organization of America Hon-
ored during the celebration was Jacob C. Cohen, raligic u
philanthropic leader, and Rabbi Stern presented Chie: Rabbi
Unterman with a gift certificate for the Yeshiva of Yavneh in
Israel to be named for Mr. Cohen.
Judge Harold B Spact. of the the Greater Miami Lod Frw
Circut Court, will be guest speak- >"n" "' Iwael, will b. >talha|
er at the fifth installation dinner
of the Greater Miami Lodge, Free
Sons of I-rael. at the DiLido Hotel
officer
To be installed are S Hichart
Murray, proident; Charli Mich-
els vii e president; I-. I Hen,
OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
Office designs
(and furnishing*
aMrect from manufacturer
I
Daake, Chalra,
Sofas, Credanzaa,
Lamps, Ever/thing
for tr a Office of Distinction
rf
pace p ann.ns>
-.' %'.< W'
SOBS fouth j/ 3ru a-
'" "Hum*
TAvlOW OFFICE FURNITURE; tnc
Steven Isaacs
Bar Mitzvah of Steven I-aac-
will take place on Saturday morn-
ing. June 27. at Temple Nor
Tamid.
Steven is the ion of Mr and
Mrs Abe Isaacs. 9380 Collins Ave.
A student at Nautilus Junior
High, he attends Temp!. Ner
Tamul Religious School K i
Eugene Labovitz will officiate at
the service, and a r. ppl will
a in Steven's
Barry Himmelfarb
Bar Mitzvah of Barry Himmel-
will take i Sal
mi rning, June 27. at Temple Or
Olom, with Rabbi S \pr:l
officiating
Barry is the s
Mrs Himmelfi
New Recipe
Book Available
From Goodman's
A row < :
Coodm in Dishes
by A Goodmi
t classic of fine
The enthusii
has en ted is a mplin t to I
Iman La
Kitchens, and their Horn*
emist- who developed the ret.:
produced thi
a< well a- the fine photograph)
The contents of the 32-page book
contains a rarietj of 11 different
troup- of recipes that are listed
from soup- to sauces Trie tempt
ing variety of well balanced re-
cipes and dishes offers the housi
wife a change-ofmenu. and al
I aj something new and nour
ishing for all the family
Soups, poultry di-hes. meats
?nd fi-h offer the basic food-, but
there is an abundant addition of
vegetable combinations, salads
and desserts, plus the wonderful-
ly economical idea- for mother -
usual left-oven, of which good
; can be made
are available by -imply
writing to Thr Jewish Floridian
liami. F 101
Experienced Young Cantor
DESIRFj position
for high holidays
Anywhere in state. MO 7-5077
. n Saturday evening. financial secretary; and
Ham Levy, district deputy of Goiter, treasurer.
Pineapples and
raspDerry sorbets.
In
A

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oil iooeifier tfiey make
coupe iL'saoa
- ti at tin I
*
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AnJ you ve never had a dessert your lift Even the chef cars it every day
Come and Bourgu.^nonnc or U Filet de Bocuf Saute
Stroganoff.We'd tell you how thcyrc put together.
too. ifw had the space Vic don't But it vou
done get ecstatic then the Coupe Lugano is on us1
How"! dtat for an orl'cr sec you tonight.-
Luncheon Buffers Da.lv Spedil Surulav Buffet BnifRh
Moa dun hi 7:30am-11 Mpm.Sai k9o.7 H)saa l am
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Ifriday. June 26, 1964
* kwM thrkHan
Page 13-B
GEN. EVANS MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT
Dade's United Fund Names Aramony
New Executive Vice President Now
LEGAL NOTICE
William Aramony. executive sec-
rotary. United Community Ser-
ulT, of St. .Joseph County, South
Bend. Ind las been named exec-
gtive vice president of the United
Fund ol Dade County.
The announcement was made by
Gen E A. Evans. United Fund
president. The 37-year-old Ara-
mon) took his new post last week.
Aramony first came to South
Bend in 1*54, where he served
as associate director of the Coun-
cil of Community Services of St.
Joseph County.
In 1956, he became campaign
Ijrector and budget director for
the United Fund of St. Joseph
Count) In 1958, he left South
Pend to accept a position as exec
ulive secretary of United Com-
munity Services in Columbia, S.C.
In 1961, Aramony returned to
! South Bend as executive secretary
! ol United Community Services of
I St. Joseph County.
Aramony holds a Bachelor of
Business Administration degree
from Clark University, Worces-
ter, Mass., and a Master's degree
in Community Organization from
Boston College School of Social
Work.
His military service consists of
two years with the U.S. Army-
Medical Service as a First Lieu-
tenant.
Aramony and his wife, Bebe
Ann. have three children.
New Equipment Installed
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
A new. automatic orange juice eleventh judicial circuit of
squeezer; huge, automated dish- ^^^v'^^Sa^erv"
washer; and a new coffee grinder No. 64C 7001
have been added to Pumpernik's ';xYiVimH!i'AN"
Miami Beach restaurant as part vs.
of an automation program insti- JIMn'JlJdfJf1''A MB
tuted bv co-owners Charlev Book- notice qy publication
binder 'and Charlie Linksman. JW^jaanit ^MB-w^o-
'omplalnt filed against
LEGAL NOTICE
WILLIAM ARAMONY
'Gershwin Ladies
Install Officers
inal organizer and vice
nt tu, (i j ears in charge of
Mrs, Saul Jar i 11
.:- president "f the
Gershwin Ladies' Auxil-
the Rom y Plaza Hotel on
laj et c ning,
.! officers installed were
Ina Herman, vice president
membership; Mrs, Evelyn
vice president ol fund-
ng; Mrs. Lorraine Scher, fi-
lal secretary; Mrs Mollie
.'.in. recording secretary; Mrs
Shapiro, corresponding secre

Mrs. Frances Eilen, social |
spending secretary; !**
Weinstein, treasurer: Mrs.
Herman, parlimentarian.
MRS. SAUL JARRETT
'Night at Opera1
Set for Sunday
"A N.'tit at the Opera" brings
four nationally-acclaimed singers
to the Miami Beach Symphony
Summer "Pops" concert Sunday
nighl al B:15 p m., al the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Barnett Brees-
kin. director ol the "Pops" series
conducts this third concert of
"Ten Magic Nights of Music."
McHenry Boatwrlght, bass-bari-
tone; Elizabeth Cole, soprano;
Jacob Parkin, tenor: and Salwa
Mcrige, mezzo-soprano will pre-
sent great operatic anas compos-
ed by Verdi, Puccini, Gounod, and
Saint-Saens.
Orchestral numbers conducted
by Maestro Breeskin will include
the Overture to "La Forza del
Destino," by Verdi, and the Intro-
duction to Act 111 of "Lohengrin.""
b) Uichard Wagner,
IN THE COUNTY JUOGF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63567-B
N RE: Estate of
JOSEPH POWERS
I I,-.'. IS.ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Cr.ilit.irs :uul All Person Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Bald
Estate:
You Mr.- hereby notified* and re-
quired i" I'lVM.-iii any claims and de-
mands which v..ii may have aralnal
the estate ( JOSEPH POWERS de-
..:,~.-,l late ..f Dade County, Florida,
to tin- County Judges ,.r Dadi <"<.nti-
ty, and file the name In duplicate and
s provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statute*, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In bade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month* from
th,- time "f the first ouhllcatlon here-
of, or in. name ill barred,
Dated m Miami, Florida, thla MXh
,..c. ,.f June, All 1964
ALFRED POWERS
\- Administrator
First publication of thin notice on
the 2*th tlnv of June, 1964.
i i*. ,v \ 1.1 i i -,.,, i i
tttoi ii. j for Administrator
\ i. IJ.ith St., ... ..... i'. 1-l.i
ii :''.. 7 3-10-17
to Dlvon
you on Plaintiff's atl......>. GEOUUU
NICHOLAS, 312 N.W. 12th Ave., Mi-
ami, Fl;i and ii original with Clerk
of thli ("..nit ,m ,n before July 31,
1964, otherwlai complaint will be- con-
fessed by you.
DATED: June 23, 1964.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: C. P. iockland
i>eput\ Clerk
6'26, 7/1-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDOF'S COURT
IN AND FOH D4D<= COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63174
IX ItK r '. !'
!. \\ EU.ISH
I
NOT CE TO CREDITORS
Ml IN rson Hav-
I \ n
. .i and r. -
. iln d
naniN whli
, m -\ir; v Bl P -
. i

n nntl l> 'l" me In d
I in Section
i thi lr offices in th.
H Courthouse In Dade Com ty, Floi -
ill n siv ..I. ndar
4 the firsl publli atlon here-
,,r ii,, same "ill be barred.
Miami, C'l Ida, ilii- 23nl
..< lum V.D ";|
1,1 i'" i- K KJ'.'t'MAN
RITA TR1MJNG
As Exci
on of this nol
.... June. 1 '"'
R-M'l
, Kxei HI
ling
A .. l-lfl .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 6960
HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK ,
Plaintiff, ,
va.
FlM.KY .H >\l-:s. Trustee in
Bankrupt) >. el al
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Beth .1 Weiss a k a Ted Weiss,
as Trustee
30 i.,,. ksej Sherword Forest
l.\ unfit Id, M>., sa. huael is
Y 11 are heivbj notified that the
above captioned action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
..mil of the Judicial I "ircult ,,f Flor-
ida .ti and for I )ade Count) to fon -
closi .. iii"t'-.'- upon the following;
,. scrl -I real |,roperty:
I.,,t :. Block > of Ri 11st d Plal of
ii I'oi i \\l< il. r\r\ i.....I. 'I
in liat I 63 i" Ing j
Ipls \!.. !. CITY
k 57 at Page
; ords ol I 'a. e
ty, I la
you : lir. I ansu i r
with the CI
>I in. and si rve ...
cop) 111.re,.1
I ide !" I-
luiliiim M ii da nol
... |, iM ., | ,.. ;ri h
i'.....i against
...i
K. Ii. I.EATHBRMAX, Clc rk
lorlda
H II, K. M I.VMAN
I Cli i.
i 'I ilntlff
,1 Bldg.
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
iN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORiDA l\ AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 64C 6878
V X u
ATsi POTANO
I la
T FOR D VORCE
r, i,. jiKI'lllXK ll >T VNO
SKNOWN
n i Bll
. has been
. v ns wet
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 483
NATHAN PAKDES,
I'..in
\ s
CARI. .1 PA l:\SII.ITI. mi,I
III ITTI K Si Hi M rlj known
KM PAR \sil.l PI. and if
.
isbnnd,

NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
Tl BET riE XI >H.\I \N i rn crl)
- il K M I' VRA8I-
l.liT Blount Ktn
N.
. .1 Ii.-r
li isband, whose n unknown,
nd each nd nil unknou n p.
aim by,
ndei thi afoi -
KTTIE Xt>RMAX, also knoyn
.. Bl IT riE \i i VRASII ITI, and if
i, |, hi r husband,
. ha\ ii- or claiming to
i right, titli in the
Compla ''
,K i: Lincoln MANol
Florida
... | 'vr i;i Pli ad
_ .. ,h, CI. rk the
UlT -sill
I .. iN-'ilA
to the plat
il in Plat Boo
rda of
Y, 'l am i i: \. ii !' Y< il' are hei i
hi THE JE-.
IMiXE VXD tRDBRED I x' m
,, this r.'Hi da) of June, A D.
E B LEATHERM \N Clerk
Circuit '""ii". I mile Count), i lot Ida
(neal) By: l.. SXEEDEN
i., put) i "let k
1-AII. KW1TNBY. ESQ.
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla., 33189
Attorne) for Plaintiff .....,,
., _'.,. .:-in-1.
^t
19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO
6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 6820
RENATE MAIN'/- K1DD,
Plaintiff,
JAMES PAITL KIM'.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl JAMBS r KVL KIDD
Mailing Address:
p .1 Box 146
I-,, eport, Grand Bahama, B.w I
II, Kldeti. .- I'nknown
Y,, ar< herebj notified that ;i Bill
Divorce haa been
onsive thereto
n Ith 'I, CI. i above entltli ,1
: and :., aervt .i c.ipy of
v nsa othei r. sponal> e
: Plaintiff! Attor-
-. In ti Mlllei. 19 Wi <
St reel M ami, Pli I da, ,>n or
the 27th da) ol July, 1964;
otherwise th. alligations ol said Com-
i will i,<- taken aa confeaaed by
you.
Dated al Miami. In Dade County,
Florida, thi) 23rd da) of June. 1964.
K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
in. hi Court, Dade County, Florida
(a, .,n B) i' P COPBUAND
Deput) Clerk
fi 26, 7 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63585-B
IN RE Batata ol
II MtKY U IBB
I ,. .IS. il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims ,r Demands Agalnat Said
Batate:
you are hereby notified and re-
qulred to pi, s, in an\ I.iiins and de-
iii the Bill of
VXD ORD1
... A I '
RM \N. CI
loi Ida
BLAND
Depu
lO-li
1 .. A
il.iv ,.f Jim. \ I'
LEWIS I. U>EB
\. Vdm il
I Irsl publl
da: J i "i
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Page 14-B
+J4miili fkridiciri
Friday. June 26
il
Henry Cove, 61
Passes Away
Henry Cove, 61. died here fol-
ng an extended illness, lie
a) 1491 Lincoln Tit-
Mr. Cov wu a past president
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
: ierce, past president of the Bet-
ter Business Bureau and pas'
president of Miami Beach Kiwania
Club.
President of Vogue Laundry,
he was first president of United
Celcbrat Palsy of Dade County.
Mr. Cove also served as preai-
nt of 'he Laundry and Dry
nil | Board i I Its li and was
..i the Metro Zoning
.I'd.
: Degn M
: the Shrine and E
i n( are his wife, Jean. .1

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were at Rh
rial Chapel, Alton Rd.
w
BASKIN. I!. Itil 7'. s\\
lUed June 19. Bet In -' 1
FAOEN H ''" R>'
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
HffJRr" COVE
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NELSON

RAGOVIS
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STc.NER.
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LIPKIN. Ml- N
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SCHUMACHER. Al n .....N~W
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WEINSTE N. .Mi- Mil. -'. I>l
Rutstein to Give Report
Leo Rutstein. director of the
Southern Region of American So-
< ii ty for Technion. will speak at
the Luncheon Club of Miami
Teach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on
Tuesday noon in the DiLido Hotel.
Rutstein will give a report on the
International Board of Governors
meeting held earlier this month
t Technion in Haifa. Dr. Abra-
ham WolfSOO will present the week-
ly new- report. Irving Schatz-
matl is Umcheon chairman.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN tmF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOft DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 63584-A
IN RK Bgtatl
IJEAH KATZMAN, a k a
IJ5K K M'/MAN
Deci need.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Creditor* and All i-i.n" Hnv-
ng 'latin* or Demands Agalnat Said
1 : il.-:
rou ari- hereby notified and re-
iiuiri-d i" present ati> claims and de-
mand* which you mt) have aKalnet
th.. estate nl LEAH KATZMAN,
. k .1 LEE KATZMAN deceaaed lati
of Dade County, Florida, to the Ooiin-
iv juiIk- ..f Dad< Connty, and file
in. name In 1' 1 r offhva In the Conn-
iy Courtilouae n I ;:- County, FIt-
arltMn alx U< ndar month* (trail
the -la'.- .if th.- flrat publication here-
of, or 1I1. Nam.- will .. barred
SBLM \ KATZMAN
SOI, ALEXANDER
Ml.- n. .
1 hi.- i.in.-in Road Rnlldlng
v ami Reach, Florida
6'!. 7 .:-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 83492 C
IN 1:1: Batata (
.1 A' 'i 'I! 1 'I m .S
I .. :,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ra ...! ah Pi raoni Hav-
mi ... DemaMa Against Bald
. .-
V..11 ar.- hereby notified and re-
1 de-
mands w hl'-h '<-'i may have against
\. .1; .'. .In ..- d<
1.u.- of I'M.I.- Count? Hortda, i" th-
mtj Judges of 1'..I.' County, and
-. -.. n dui .: ai< .m it. -
vtdM MS, Florida Wat-
' nnr
1 m li 'oontj. t-T'i Ida,
: 11- mania* from the
time ,f thp fir*t iHit.li.atii.i:
trr. .I

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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.i|'l. 1: is HKREIJY I1IVE.N I
I he uiuii rlcni il. di Hiring t..
lni*in. >> iinilei ihe fir Ittoua nan
\ 1:1' COHEN COMPANY Bl
Palm '..:. Iflaleah, K In-
(pud in 1... 1-.. 1 mild nnm< I Ihi
c-|. 1 k ol Ihl 1' 1. nt 1 "o II ul
I 'i .l.i
A i:n COHEN
MAX COHEN
PR X.vK '' IHEN
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AIL. 1 in-\ f.ii \|.I'll, ants
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
. .. run OAUE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63447 B
S
V.'ll.l.l \ \l Rl -SIN.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID* IN PROBATE
No. 63608-A
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I.Ki iNA I'lUNCB
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Flral publ phi mh ..t 1 ii- ni u nil
tli. 26th 'Li *.f Jun*-. 11*61
iRONUVlTZ, SILVER .v S.'HKI:
Aiti.tii.j s f..r Bxecutur
"7 Alnali ) Ii.iildini;
.Miami J2. Kla.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60845 A
IN RE 17-i.it- ..f
JAl K \\ PERM -I'l-. .1 k .1
JACOB WILLIAM l'i:i:>' IF
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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filed 11 v Final Re| IVtll
IMetiibntlon and Final l>ihari -
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ISth day of July. 1*6!, will .ii'i>lv i-
1I1. Honoi able "ountj Judgi -
.'iiini\ Florida, for anproval ..i ^.iiit
Final Reporl and for diairltratl 1
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Miami, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63453-B
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IN AND FOR DADE COV NTY.
FLORIDA IN PROC'TE
No. 57394. B
IN RK K tati "f
Rl .* V S I'KINMKTZ
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NOTICE OF INTENT ON 'O MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHAPGE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60702
IN RE: Estate ..r
IRENE ADLaBR.
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NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby al-n iliai I have
. filed my Final Report and retltlon for
IH.-tiil.uiH'ii and Final IiimIiihiii an
L\r< ui.it ..f tli- eatate of IRENE AJ>-
LER, deceaaedi ami thai on the -7th
ii..\ ..f July, ISS4, will apply t" the
Honcrable Oiuncy Judgea of Daue
inty, Floi Ida, for anproval ol mid
Final Report and tin olatrlbutlon and
final discharge aa Bxecutur .i lln
eatate i.f th.. above-named .1.....lenl
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID* IN PROBATE
No. 63492 C
IN RE Bata <
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PER* INS INTER! 'ED IN
THK ESTATE > SAID I IE' 'ED INT
V.u ..t. 'i.i. In m.tifi. .1 ti, 1
ten purporting t.. t.. tin
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IN the COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63391-C
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ABRAHAM SCHAFER
Aa Executor
Flral publication "f Ihi* n..ii.-.
the r.tli day of June, 1*61
THE0D0RK I! XICI.SOX
RICHARD A NELSON
Attorney* for Kxeiutnr
t;..'. Lin. ..in Rd Miami Beach, i"iu
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 633S1 C
IN" RE Retate "f
tll'KTAV KHI!i:NCI...n.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Pernona Hav.
Ina Clalnta or Demanda tgalnal S....I
Ketatc:
Vou .1. hereby notified an.I r.--
I'll' .1 In ;. -.lit mi .1 .iiiil il. -
in.in u which you in.n have agalnxl
Hi.. .-1 it- of ni'srw KHi:i:\i'i:i,i'
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to the County Judgea of I hide Coun
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IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROLATE
No 59005-A
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NOTICE OF INTENT.ON TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Nl 'I'I' i: Ik hri-ph) glvci i .. t I have
f :. .1 m. I" n.1. !:.; anil Petition for
Diatrtbutlon and Final I Hi '..:- an
Bxet'ulor "i Ihi eatati ol Lil.l.l \N
KRACSg, decegaed i d thai on tli-
ISth da) "f July, 1964, trill apatj t<-
tin- 11 Ti..r.i 1 !- '" nl) Jii.*..* of Dade
1 'ouni). 1 loi ul. for 1 in. oval of Hid
Final l:> port and fni olatrll utlon and
final diwbarge .,- Bxeeutor >! ihe
eatati ol ili. aliovi named dacadi
Tin* lath da) nl J un- 964
MARK KAIi.vn
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ARi 'NOVITZ. Sll.\ Kit & IIKll
Att'Tll.v.-.
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Miami ft, Florida I/I2-M-M, 1 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COl '
IOR DADE COUN
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRv
FLORIDA IN AND E0 D-:i
COUNTY. IN CHANCEE
No 64C 6727
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c.r 1] Waj Miami, 1.....,)s tl,
.1 name Itb ihi clerk of
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ROBERT II TRAITUQ
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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
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NOTICE BY P^DL.CA-
IN THE C1RCU1T COURT OF r-:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC I -|
FLORIDA IN AND F0C
COUNTY. IN CHANCEP
No. 64C 6728
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO I.LI.A MAE I- U< IRELA.N
It. m.i. in I'nkon ti
V..11. UiiA MAE 1' MORI INI
I ai.- hen b) noUOod lhal ., nil '
1 'omplalni f..i 1 leoiaa nan 1 ul-
againai you, and you are rei 1
laarva .. ...j.> ,,1 >vm Anawai 1
I Iiik t.. tiip um (,f Ooaiplalni -r f
! Ltn 11 r Ati..in.-v. Rji hard 1
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do eo, jiidgmpni b) :.'.ult -.Il hp
taken agalnKt you for ih n
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eai li wr.-k for loui "i.-. i'i
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Florida, Ihi- 16th da) of .1 \
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LEGAL NOTICE
- \or:ce UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. i:i:i:Y (IIVEN thai
I. siring to engagi In
,., .,. fictitious name c.f
:iN, .-,. SHINE PARLOR al
,, N ,. \ ken up, Miami, i".i
,.. ^ i -aid name Ith
,; V in i"ourl of 1 'ad,
Kloriua.
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PlULKWITNLY
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I for A- licant
in i:v i
1/5-11-19-16
tj THE COLNTY JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
.-LORIOA IN PROBATE
\o 63032 A
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\OTiCE TO CREDITORS
- \:t 'pi All I\ rsons Hn)
andi Against SuUI
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. ,i -i nj i lalma and de -
,' in..^ ha>i uaainHt
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|i ide County, Few Ida
lues nf [>ade Coun-
in,. In duplicate and
- : n : 13 16, Florida
office In lhe ''" in
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rat publli .11..ii li.i.
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Florida, thlt
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Kt'R WELLISCH
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1964.
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. -HO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nj 63353-C
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daycm
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BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
Underground Judaism
Cr. '964. Dortnu f'odlilll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63538 B
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r All Cretin mid All Person* Ilav-
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ilu, Count) J idgei ul l >a uml lie Maine in du
provldi i in s... tlun !
Ktal in their offli .- In
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ida, i Hi In six i al< mi. '
'h* from iimi. nf the fsrsl
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Maj v 1964.
UAKIANNi: SCHMKIJ5ER
As Kvecutrlx
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N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 632J0-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Credit" il All Pi-reoi H
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late nl
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il< I-. .i l.i -i taili i 'uunt). Florida,
(.. the fount) Judges nl Dude Coun-
ty, .mil file the Mime iii duplicate and
.i- provided In Section 7::: 16, Plnrldn
Statutes, in llu-li offices in the l'oun-
11 i '"in iii.-. In I lade i" 11111 >, I- lor-
i. arlthin >'\ calendar inuntna from
iin- in.....I ii" i:i -i publli .iti..n here-
of ,or tin- name 111 In- I'.nit.i
i>..i".I iii Mluml, Plurlda .11 i 15th
da) of June, A 11 1961.
BENNi II WEBSTER
A A.liiiin.-ti ad :
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6384
f>'EYM< 'ii: .1 SMITH.
Plaintiff,,
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SYLVIA SMITH,
Hefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, SYLVIA SMITH, hS-Si l"".'li
Mi.. i, Howard Beach, I. I Ni
V'orh required to fil" your un-
ner i" tin Complaint ri L)l)......
with the I'lerk "t the above Court
..i.i "i\.- .i copy thereol ujM,n Her-
man Cohen, Atty., 131U-1I Conaresa
llulldinjt, Miami, Plorlda, "ii or h-
fore July Uth, 1964, or else complaint
will be taken bi confeMed, Dated this
Mh das of June, 1964.
i: B LKATHERMAN
i 'li ri, th" i 'Ircull i "our!
-,|i I'.y K. M. LYMAN
Deput) Clei k
t 12-19-16, 7 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
Ni ''in I: :.- ii KKERY tSIVEN that
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 60970-A
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
V' ITU I | |-teb) mi .ii tli.it I have
filed ni) l rl .i ml Pel I "ii for
'i uini r inal i -
Km Ii r Sam Hi
rccasi .-ii tin- |.",th da) "f
ppl) I" till ll IIOI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63369-A
In RK Rat ate nl
HAItltY C,iltlM)N
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NOTICE TC CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraonn Hav-
ing I'l.iim- "i I mainl.- Avalnvl .~.i"l
I lull
i in.- hereby notified and re-
quired in.in an) clalniK and '!<-
m.iii.l- which "ii may have aaainat
til,- estate ol HARRY GORDON
- *ed i'i. of 1'ml" County, Flor-
ida, t" tin- Count) Judge* "f Dade
Count)......i file Hi" aanta in dupll-
and .i- provided in Si i I ion
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fii en iti I he '"imly '"in thoil>
I Mil. 1 ,.|l!ll Pllll '1,1. lllllll \ I-
i-ndin montliK from the time "'" 11>- j
ii n In i. .i. i.i the in" ,
mil he barred
|>ated .it Miami, Floridi
da) "t .' um A.U 1961
Lulls HEIMAN
\ i ,. tor ol Batate "f
1 liordon, Deceased
MY Kits'. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
It) l.i M IS IIKIMAN
All." in ..- foi I A. ,'iUi.i-
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Miami, Plorldii 8 5-1
-IRCUITWURT OF THE .....>
TH JUDIC.AU CIRCUIT IN AND .' ', "
rrn r^A^c rrs,,-rv ri r> a i r, '- "" II and I n.il
rC'l DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No 64C 6670
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nor.rta. aald prnparty auw batng
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63261 -A
in RK: Ketate "i
HANS B I.IM'l.'l 1ST
1 '. a.-.ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Mi Credit >i and All Peraoni llav
Ina Claim* oi IVmandi Asalaal BaW
Batale
Yi'ii ar hereby notified and re-
quired to prVaeni an) olalma and de-
tnttnilv wlnoh you may have agalaat
tlie eft.if "t HANS H UNDUUiMT
lrt.'e;ieil late Of I '.id. Count). Flor-
ida, to th* County Jadfea "I Daile
O.iinty. and Ma Ihe same In dupli-
cate and a* provkled In Section
fn.M, l-'l..rlit-\ Htatutaa, In their of-
flcee in the Count) Courthouae in
Dart.- Ci.imt'. Plorlda, within all "il-
en*lar nionth*- tri'm th" time "f the
firet pubiunttloit i ereof, "i 11>- same
lll be :
Dated al Miami, Florida, till- l-t
daj "I June, A H l-it
M.\lt\ ANN UNUOIIST
\ Admlnlatratrlx
i' i publu atton ol th notice on
ith da) of Jim", i '
I.KllXAItl : ki: CRT
>'f MYERS HEIMAN C KAPLAN
Attorne) I I iniatratnx
i M
Mluml, K
'
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 W III I'K,
\ -
II VNSKI. LKK VYHITK.
I'. : lulniil.
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
T" II VNSKI. LKK W HITK
I..".' pin \\i nue
m bile, \ iibamu
I i tire hen hj notifli (1 tha
of 'omplalm fm Divot ha la i ii
Hiculnal >ou, and you are n
illlireil 10 vi i '!') "t yoUl Vn-
-u.-i ,.i PU inllna i" tli" Bill id
pluinl on tin plulntlffa Attoi Hi '
I'AI'l. KW'ITNKT, B8Q., ISO Llmoln
Road, Miami Beach, Plorlda,
and fii" tin original Anawei ol Pit ad-
ln| in iln office "f tin- Clerk "i im
ctrculi Court "ii or before the 7th
day of July, 1964. if y" fall m do
ao, jii'kmi ni by default win in taken
at.uii-i you for the relief demanded
in the I'.ill "i Complaint.
This notice shall t>e puMlahed once
each week for four coneacutlve weuka
in Tin: JKWI8H pirii>ian
IN-Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of June, A U.
I 1901
i: it. LKATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is...iii By: I- BNBBDEN,
Deputy cu-rk
Paul Kwltnay, Baqulre
ISO Llncln Kil Miami Beach, 11a.
Attorne) t"i Plaintiff
/S.13-19.S6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTirT IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- underelRi t I, dt -u :,u-' '' "-'
bualneaa under the flctltloua nami ol
Cecelia Brookn Real Ketate l.n-.n-
ami Brook* Real Batate l.i-
719 M Ihur I lodfi > Ril
it..,. h i'i.i Intend* i" regiati r
anld nami alth thi Clerk ol the C
, |, .. iri i>l i Count). i'i"' Idu
CKCKLIA BlltX IKS
t; is 19 t< '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6072
v7. SEITCHIK .v WINS, INC., a
I',-nn>> iv.i nia corporation,
Plnintill.
vs.
JfYBEN iikalty inc.. a Florida
corporatP-n, el al,
m fendanta,
NOTICE OF S4JIT
TO: Flrat Natli.nal i.ank ..t Boaton,
a national baking aaaoetation or-
ganised under the lawa "i in.
L'nlted statea
i FVderal Btraei
Boston, Maeaachuaetta
You are herehy notified that the
above captloned action has been ln-
siiiiii.il againal you in the circuit
Courl nf tin- Kleventh Judicial Circuit
..f Plorlua in anu tor ',.... ,.u... ...
i..i .-< i..-.- a mortgage upon th,- follow-
ing ii.-. i Ibed propert) :
Parcel I: l^.t eight ii of Block
Forty-five tr.) "f CuMMERC'IAL
Sl'l:i >l\ ish i.\ iiF Ai.id.v BbACM,
i' ordlng in th.- Plal thereof, re-
i "id. 'I in Plat Book at Pare "f
iln- Public Ueconls of Dade Coiintv,
I i"iida.
Parcel All of Iti right, title and
Interest as Leaaee b) aaeornnieni m
and to that certain iiint'i)-iiim \..ii-
leaae made by Albert C. Fowler, an
unmarried man, and Idxie K. Hay-
don (formerly Dixie E. Sullivan),
joined b) her haaband, C. B. Hay-
don, tin- s.inl Albert Powiei and
tin -.mi Dixie K, Haydon (former-
1^ Dixie I-: Sullivan I acting in their
'.i|.i'i: -- a- iinli\ nluals ami as
Kxecutoi .irnl Executrix reapectlve-
I) of the Last Will and Testament
of Dixie Lee Fowler, deceased as
I. --'". t" Martin Realty Co., n
Florida corpora lion, a- Lessee, dated
Jul) l I, 1940, filed Jul) 1 f, I94U and
recorded In '. .d i:....., :'"7:' al Page
Ml of tin Public Record* "i Dude
County, ll'.iiila. covering the follow-
ing .I.- i ii'.d property, tdtuute, h -
lie iin.l belli* in 11.1.1, i 'ount) Flor-
ida, lo-w it:
Lol Nine (9) "I ill", I; Fnrty-flvi
i i'i "i ''' IMMKRCIAL Sl'IIDIVIs-
li'\ HP ALTON BEACH, accord-
ing t" the Plal thereof, recorded in
Plat Hook : .a Page ..! the Pub-
Ii" Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida
Together uith the modification "f
aald lease dated April 10, 1941 and
recorded in Deed l".i.k 8153 at Page
l?7 ..f tin- Public Record* of Dude
County, Florida,
Together wiili all atructuref and
ImprovementK m.u and hereafter ot
said land.- ami iii" fixtures attache I
iln'-i". and all rents, issued, pro-
' 'i. .m.i profits accruing and t"
ai i im- ii..in s.ii.i premises, all of
which are Included within the lore-
going description and hubeiidum
Inr. ..I Also all gns, steam, electric,
wutei aid "iii. i hinting, rooking,
laiii'ii, lighting, plumbing,
ventilating, Irrigating and power
-'-.in- an I fixtures, which now
ai.- "i inn) hereuflei pertain to or
Ii" used With, ......' "ii sal.I |'i. Ill-
is. -. \ n though the) be detached
in d< t.n hable.
You ai.- required t" fil" > oui n -
-w.i t,. plaintIff's complaini i;li Ihe
i 'lerk "i Hi" aforesaid Com t, nd
-.' v. ll copj tin : i..f upon I'I.i
lit torn.') s MARTIN PINK and l.EK-
N'ARD JACtl!SN, 11 til Fi r Dade
Fedei al Duildlng, Miami. Floi i" .
not l.itii iii..11 .1 ilv 6, 1964 m a I '.-
ii.-" Pro i '"iii.s.-.i \> ill be ntei .-ii
.iu.iin-i you.
Dated: June l. 1964,
i: i; i.i-: VTHERM vn
Clerk of tli" Circuit Court
i-..ill B) K M LYMAN,
I '. illy i l.i k
Martil I S I : n.i .i Jui obson
Attorm > i"i Pli
1 Ith I loo I idi l-'edel ll llldg,
Mill 11 : II '.1
6 3-12 -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6068
.TOSK NAVA RRI I and I" iR \
KCHKVKRItIA de NAVARRO,
Ins v\ II".
Plaintiffs,
\ -
PHILIP Rl\ KR \. JR. and
ADELIN V RIVERA, i al,
1 fendnnts.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ti i VIRTI S SP \ a Pol. .in enr-
porniion, piim.ip RIVER v ii:
ADKLINE Kl\ ERA, JORKI'HINK
Al.\ ai:i:z. a k ., MRS. PHILIP
RIVERA, .11: .Ii ISK l: IK VKI.
I'i: |,fIS l:h >. NICHOLAS
Dlt.MHI It 'KVIC, i' i i V I K R '
i iMKKCI \i. VKNKZOLANA, C
\ i foreign i m poral Ion, K I. VS'S
PEN IRLSKX A CO., SCCRS ,
i'.A .i Yenexuelnn corporation;
II n and i exisl Ing, and if
I. ."i and or dlssoU >t. then
iiu-i all unknown persons
cluiining us heirs, devisees, gran-
lees, i**ignees, llenors, creditors,
truateea or otherwise! by and
through, under "i againal the
nbuve-named defendanta: and
against nil other parties having
ni claiming t" have any rigid,
tiile intereat In and to tin
proper!) herein described. Real-
i, n.. unkn mn.
YOl" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Ci-mplaint for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage ha* been Hied against you on the
t""llowin deecribed propert). to-wlt;
Ia<\ i, in uiiK-k IS of KBY8TONK
ISLAM' Nu. 4, aceording to the
Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook
6." at Pane 69 of the Public Records
of Dade Count). Florida,
and you are hereby required to serve
a cO|)) .a your Answer to the said
i 'ompl i in L mi the attorne) for tlie
Plaintiffs and file the OHdnal An-
swer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 6th day
of July, I'.'bl; otherwise the Hlleaa-
llona of said Complaint Will l'e taken
as confessed by you.
I'and: .lime I. 1!64.
i:. i: i.,:atih:i:m \n
Clerk "i im- Circuit Court
I seal I B) MARUl'BRITE MORPORD
l'"i"ii\ Cleik
Wi il.lsi'N ,v DIAMOND
Attorne) foi Plaintiffs
l7 I.n.. : .I
Miami !;." Plot Ida
C 5-1S-19-26
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewish Iki(1*iin
ollcits your legal notice*.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee)
accurate service at legal
raten .
Dial Fit :t-105
lor meseenaer enrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63342-A
IX RE: Batate of
HERBERT ROBERTS.
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing: Claims "1 Demands Against Sail
Estate:
You are herehy notified and re-
quired t" present an) claims and i. -
inainis which you in.iy have ngul -
Hi., estate of HERBERT BOBKRTH
deceased late "f Dade County, Floride,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate an I
as provided i Section i3S.16, Florida
Statutes, in their "in. "s in tli" Coui
iy Courthouse ii I lade I "iiniv. Floi
Ida. within si\ calendar months from
the time "f il"- ii' si puhlic ition hei
of, "i thi s.iine wni I.,- barred
li.ii.ii at Miami, Plorlda, thli
da- of June, A D 1964
MKRCANTILK NATIONAL BANK
OF Ml Wll BEACH
SHIRLEY IIEKG
A- Kxei utors
First publication of this nol i
iii. 12th da) "i June, 1964
Ki IMM KL & R' SERS
Attorne) for Kxei utors
i_'i Lincoln lid Miami Bench, 11..
: l'J-19-26 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63510 C
IN RE: Estate "i
KSTELLK Rl IS'LYN HAAS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CRtJITORS
T" All Creditors and All Persoi Hn) -
ing claims oi Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y"ii are hereb) notified and re-
t|Uired I" present an) claims and de-
nt.....i- which you ma) have against
thi estate "i BSTELLK ROSLYN
ll \ \s deceased lute "i" I Wde Count)
Florida, t" Ihe County Judges of l'a-1-
County, and id" th" same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Plorlda Statutes, in their offices
Hi.- Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
i la. witlili -i\ calendar months
from iln- linn "i tli" 1'ii'st publicatloi
. or iln same "ill lie bai i ed.
Dated ill Mluml, Plorlda, this ilia
ilu) "i Jum A.D, 1964
l.i is s K vi'Z
la 'I IS HAAS
Ah Administrators
i i uiii lion of this nol ii
tli" H'lli da\ f June, 1964.
LEONARD!! KtlERT
of m.' rs, ilt'itn.iti .v Kant .
Attoi ne) for Administrators
l:in s \\ 1st strei i
Miami. Florida :<31ll
6/19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63555-B
IN RK: Kstati ol
.III.I \\ M K i: VTZK, nlso knoa it
..- .1 .\l KRATZK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Clulms or Demunda Against Sani
Kstnte:
T
.li'i.'l and re-
claims and de-
niav have against
Ynii ai" hereb)
tin red i" present
in.iini- which you
Ihe estate of ll'I.I.W M KRATZK
deceased lute "i Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" tin- Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicaii
..I i- pro\ i'l.'i In s.. tlon 733.16,
Slal ri -. In theli ..rfi.-.-s in
the i'i inly Courlhonse In Dade Coun-
ts Pi Ida, within n i ileiidni months
.i tin i Irsl publication
same "ill !' barred
il Ml um. I'l.n Ida, thia 17th
da) "i June, A 11 1964
m \i:n i.\ w ki: \ i/.i:
\- Kxecutrlx
Plrsl publli at|i". of Mi- ii"1.i< ".
in rtnt of J ti in .
LEON KAPLAN
a M) "i -. Hi.in.in & Kaplan
Vllnrgi v foi Kxi' in i\
11 .ii s \V Plrsl Pti. el
Miami. Florida
5'19-M, T 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBVT HIVKX that
ih,- undersigned, desiring to engage in
i business under the fictitious name of
M'lNDflOB TBBRACE APAKTMKNTS
al H'21 Michigan Avenue, Miami
r.. nli. Florida, intend to register sani
! name with the Clerk nf the Circuit
Court of Hade t'ountv. Florida.
. (IKRTRt'DE MIL1J-7R
HELEN EHRENBERO
ADELAIDE LEVY
UtEHE I.I'.VY
n:\viv B, iiars
Attorney fur Applicants
1999 8W lsi Street
6 12-19-Irt, 7 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engag" In
business under ttie fictitious name of
SAI.'S TAVERN al R10 N \v L'7th
A., mi". Miami. Florida intends to
register said name uitli the Clerk of
iln Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
sii: M'iNi' SALLAVOLLITO
Si.l.. i iw ner
STKPHKN KEKSLKR
(iii'inn for Applicant
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had stressed thai H was th* I'nited States' interest fo ed s the largest ever held in Israel, staged a parade for the Premier. The Premier discussed, in an airport statement, the announced t mied States Israel join! plans for research into the possibilities He told his 850 rabbinical colleagues that the time had come to re-evaluate the relationship of the rabbinate to the Jewish community which he said suffered from "duplication of expenditures and waste of funds." He described the Jewish com%  b ewildered average Jew" besieged by "conflicting claims upon his attention, loyalty and financial support." •Unless the American Jewry can be made to grasp this basic truth that a change of emphasis is needed, all of the motivations for the support of ancillary programs, indeed lor survival tout ther. will vanish in a few generations." R;ibbi Feuer warned. Last Synagogue Left in Minsk Is Demolished LONDON — (JTA I — The last synagogue in Minsk has been razed, the demolition startinc without prior notice, while Jews were attending service.in the structure, it as reported here this week from Moscow. The worshippers had been expecting the razing of the synagogue, a small wooden structure, to provide room for a new apartment house, for at least a year. But they had not been given any notice of the date and were at services when workmen appeared on May 29 to start tearing the building down, according to the report. There are now about 56,000 Jews as compared to the 400,000 who lived there prior to the Naii occupation of this Soviet City where they annihilated the Jewish population. The Minsk religious Jews reported are planning to hold services in apartments, using whatever religious requisites they were able to salvage from the razed synagogue. The structure, believed to have been centuries old, had become He called upon the Reform Rabdelapidated in recent years. It had been a small partof what Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Pa.ge 1-A "" K £""*" ""' o| application .>t nuclear energy UraePs, Integrit) and ^ w;ilrl „, sald ii,.,' a ftei research was complel Orthodox Hit Gloom on Survival I hi Middle Ea ime Minister ime Minister n a l< thi • on his return to Israel rief real in Switzerland his w hirlwind 12 d ij ihe United State He was Israeli Premier fo visit on in offl< i il in\ Itation ted States President The Premier also reported to troops in Beer\ Rabbi anything, American Judaism is Ii. his talk's with oflicials in Wash ^ Dra h. am AvRutick. president of undergoing a most spectacular :aid "I essarj to comment found it neeon such ap I iaisals made withoul Israel i' en the equipment necessary "to Continued on Page 16-A renaissance in revitalizing fundainstitutions of education, ial welfare and scholarly resurvival ot Judaism search oi all types and descrip :li, Orth idox rabbinica "The recent prophets din tin have committed great blunders I ons "American Orthodoxy," he cortinued, "is making tremendou strides in becoming a faith for the modern intellectual and business leae'er instead of relying on the senile, uneducated ard poor elements for its sustenance. Over 300 all-day schcols have been created by Orthodox Jews in recent years Continued on Page 1S-A



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?obe 2-A Friday, June 26. 1964. Miami AJCom. To Host National Board Meet Here Ralph Friedman, chairman of the National Executive Board of hospit the American Jewish Committee, has announced that the Greater Miami Chapter will play host to the 250 delegates of the National Executive Committee meeting in Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau Motel on December 4 to 6. James R Katzman. a Miami Chapter vice president, has been appointed chairman of the local committee, which includes: MrLeo Ackerman. Myron M. Behrman. Alvin Cassel. Mrs Aaron Karr. Mrs Burton B Gold stein, David B. Fleeman, David R. Hochberg. William E. Glad stone. Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. Mrs. James R Katzman. Raymond Lewis, Mrs. Eleanor Lipton. Mrs. Herbert Mathes. Baron de Ilirsch Meyer, Sidney Meyer. Col. Nathan B. Rood and Mrs, Sydney Wein. Iraub. Plans are being made for home low the banquet on v ispitality rnd a reception to fol-1 night. Dec. 5 '-"urday Irvine Spear, governor of Optimist Clubs. State of Florida, gives oath of office to newly-elected president of North Shore Optimist Club, Murray Sonnett. Some 50 members of the club and their wives were present at the annual installation dinner at the Lucayan Beach Hotel on Sunday. Judea Opens Member Drive Temple Judea'.membership rive was opened with a party on Sunday evening at the home <>i l>r. and Mrs Bernard Yesner. •;800 Granada Blvd. Coral Gables. The evening was planned by Mr ..nd Mrs Richard Horwick. of Coral Gables, chairmen, and their Membership Committee throughout the summer, announced Mr. and Mrs llorwu-h Prospective I e social hen' wai session Future gatherings will be held members attended gathering, at which a question and answer *3\y VBM'vnira, Rabbi Joseph I. Rackovsky •hone JE 1-J55 MS MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Gone But Not Forgotten Our Dear Mother Rose Fields Departed June 27, 1961 The Children Jack, iVoshe, Sophie end Jean and Families LITTLE PILES or SAWDUST IN YOUR HOME *?EAN POWDER POST BEETLES calll The Family of the late BENJAMIN ROSOFF wish to thank their many friends for the kindness and sympathy shown them during their recent beroavement. Or kin for the sake of your home f^^pSe eWiCC PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS fASHION CENTER Of THE SOUTH Largest Selection In Latest Styles for Men and Women FREE PARK NG SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the M.i'" Phon JE 8 0749 Oculists Prescriptions Filled CON rCT LENSES TT1*C5 I'alins 1 MIAMI'S NEWEST MOST MODERN HOME • OM1C5 Wl 5-7631 tuilt Eipreuly for Individual Cere of the Convalescent. Chronic end Geriatrics Patient •Completely Air Conditioned finest Nart.na Steff • $e.ou Corden-l,ke Creundi • Recreational Areas Indoort 4 Outdoor! MCMilR NATION At GIMATKICS SOCIETY 1 4*01 NORTHEAST loth AVI. AT W. DIXIE HWY. MIAMI el, HORIDA 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. N—r Synagogue). Call Mr. Gilbert. FR 4-4733 Meet VktrAktaltx, "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers' ANOTHER LOCATION EOR YOU* CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S W. 8th St. WE INSTALL GLASS warn EVERY PfJRPOSE STORE F80NT PLATE AN0 WINDOW CLASS ftrmitmn Teas, levelee! mints eee) Resifverinf Our Specially L 1 G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 13* S W. 8th STREET Phone, Ft 1-13*3 Harris Orfia c DAN HARRIS SELLS INSURANCE & company 98 S-W.lil Sa.MM8i*379-7555 I 1 HARRY ^F KAPLAN SELLS INSURANCE & compony 8S.W.1USI. LOU SEITLIN SELLS INSURANCE & compony 8S.W.1siSI. "say, mom...we're all out of milk!" Now that summer's here, the kids are home for lunch — and you need to keep plenty of energy-rich milk on hand to met-: I "ased demand during theso ••• ng months to come. Give ty of refreshing, body-building ive some yourself — just far th of it. C r' I funeral ...fc otore than a dignified and tUtksf farewell: it wirlir ti,. !,.iuii\. EUvcrsieedirectorsgivR ihair personal attotitiuit to each detail...nukMf arrangements. ..easinp tanteas. Here, in Plorida'a meal beautiful chapels-aH willi unsnrpasssd, modern feualiUee-thoroujW] experienced nen and % omen of mteprity. reliability and understanding ensure a Mar personal service at a cost no greater than ordiuan service. Mom. \ er, Riverside Chapels.. xooveaienl I v leoatI in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and North Deck Ceamtr... serve all fifty states. That is hy so many families ask Riverside to take clurpe .in times of stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami Beach: 1250.Normandy Drive 10th and AUOR Riad JE 1-1151 Miami: PonpLis Road at B.W.1T0J Street Hljrhland 3-2ttt •North Ifkaj Beach: 1C660N.E. 19th .Wow Wl 7-8691 TO** BURNS. F O



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I Friday. June 26. 1964 +Jm1st> fkridlnr Page 3-A 'Reform Rabbis Urge Shift in U.S. Jewish Values Continued from Page 1-A txpreu themselves on in the communities in and eleer voice I religious leader decried the upon millions of dollars thich go "ito building funds and ) U operation of scores of Jewish uhich have been imposed pun Jewish communities all over miry, while those institu• ,,n> which are dedicated to the eligious and intellectual enrich: Jewish personality, to the at ion of Jewish traditions nd va ues goes begging tor a pit ..M,,. .iiul no one has yet ration ||j i xplailMd what these centers ite toward the survival of • in." Peuer remarked that some il .l<'\\i>h organizations have begun to recognize the ,i thai the younger generation American Jews scorn this in Jewish life and com eness He said that these i already concerned (he "possible disappearance > philanthropic and other types community giving on the part -urn eding generations The delegates heard a report on a new research study of mixed marriages and conversions in a search by 'he CCAR for means to cope with the problem. Reform rabbis in the United States and Canada have been sent questionnaires. Rabbi Hillel A. Fine, of Harrisburg, chairman of the CCAR Committee on Mixed Marriage, reported that the questionnaire askes each rabbi to provide data on the history of mixed marriages performed during a period of up to ten years. Data sought includes information on the number of conversions to Judaism by the non Jewish not officiate at such a wedding, rtbbis assailed a proposed const!Rabbi Fine also reported that lutional amendment introduced In tie House Judiciary Committee. along with some 140 similar propOSals to void the Supreme Court ban. S >pecial study was currently being conducted of all marriages during the month of June in St. Louis. Rabbis, ministers, priests and others have been asked to give information on whether the officiant was the first choice of world peace" by recalling the West German scientists working on l.gyptian arms dcvelop"me'nf or t cancel their citizenship." Th. delegates also urged the adoption ol a "ban under IN control "• the supply, manufacturing rt search and development of nuclear weapons and guided missiles for the Middle East nations." The delegates also hailed the n cent declaration by President Johnson that the "United States supports social and economic am! The rabbis rejected the conten tion that "our schools are irreligious because of the elimination the couple being married, if not. of the religious practices and obwhat the first preference was, and servances." The elimination of political progress in the Middle what the reason was for the pre-perfunctory religious rites" does East" and the pledge of support lerred officiant's refusal to pernot make the schools "godlaas," for "the security both Israel and form the marriage. they asserted her neighbors." Rabbis of the five Reform conThe rabbi, expressed strong op Three speakers at another SCs gregations 'n St. Louis have also position to the shared time plan, sion called on the American R' under which partner before and after the cere| K en ;,„ k ,. ( | t() | ist tne niirnbo| )t lm(k r „ n jt n pupl | s jn sectarian form Judaism to protest stronglj ninny, on couples in which there marriages at which they were un1 schools are sent to public schools ,|„. | ac k ol separation of church was no com, rsi,.n but who were | abk> or umvi ||ing 0 officiate, to share instruction in secular a „d state in Israel which they as members of tne rabbis congregav itn a summa ry of their reasons, subjects with public school pupils, sorted continued to impede the ion, the rabbi s personal attitude A fuM g Ummar y an d analysis of They said the plan had serious ,. l( development of a non-Orth< %  inning mixed marthe study was expected to be ready dangers in that it was "likely to dox Judaism' there. riagea and >m what happens to couples when a rabbi refuses to perform a wedding because the non-Jewish partner refuses to convert. The rabbis also are asked to stive their views on the CCAR position on the issue. The CCAR opposes performance of weddings in which there is no conversion to Judaism but does not forbid members to perform such weddings. Most Reform rabbis will New Chief Rabbi Wants America-Israel Torah Corps ir, September 1967. Rabbi Feuer called on the CCAR to provide "greater financial resources" for an expanded program on research into the problems of mixed marriages as a step in meeting the "increasing threat" of Jewish assimilation in the American community. He suggested that the CCAR Committee be authorized to consult with similar agencies of Orthodox and Conservative Judaism on the problem "which is surely of mutual concern." The delegates charged, at another session, that 80 per cent of the public schools in this country were in "wholesale disrespect" of the Supreme Court ban on prayers and Bible readings in the schools. NEW YORK — (JTA) — Chief iabbl Iser Yehuda L'nterman. • Israel, called this week for the i stablisJiment of a joint Ameri. n Israel Torah Corps to help pintually undernourished and nderdeveloped countries in Europe, South America, and Asia to •naintain the basic values, ideals and rituals of historic ami traditional Judaism." Speaking at a dinner of the ReUiOUS Zionists of America, the iii f Rabbi told the l.ooo guests I the need for help is urgent it : Jewish communities in BuNinth America and Asia are -urvive spiritually. He appealed to the leaders of %  e.-gioos Jewry in the United BETH DIN OFFICI IABBI DR. TIBOR H. STUN 10*1 Michigan A vs., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Complete end Dependable Title Servict MIAMI TITLE & *4U-t Xu+m OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 Mfam cmrAgxscKNT HOME J35 S.W. 12th AVL IK) MIEN. Director Mi. E* 9-0278. 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States "to cooporate with Israel in tho sotting up of the necessary machinery to implement the concent of a mutual Torah Corps patterned along the ideas of American and European Peace Corps operations." Kabbi Mordecai Kirshblum. president of the Religious Zionists of America, urged the Government ot Germany to recall those German scientists who are aiding Egypt to launch an attack on Israel. "No governmenl is powerless lo prevent its own citizens iiom performing in a manner which will bring aboul serious international complications such as a socket and missile assault on a nee and innnocent nation like Is rael," he said. Rabbi rnteiman said on bis arrival that while in this country he would take part in discussions aimed at uniting various elements ol Orthodox congregations in the United States. Rabbi David Polish, of Evan ston. 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Page 4-A fJenist fkridliari Friday, June 26 "(Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Td Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published everv Friday since 1M7 by The Jewish Florldlm at I JO N K Sixth Street, Miami 1. Florida. Baeond-ClaM r.-i.,se Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridin has sbsorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish TeleQraphie Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn., American Assn. f English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida P ress Assn. The Jewish Florldlan does not K'larantee the Kiishruth of the merchandise advertised in it* columns. RATES: SUBSCRIPTION Local Area On* Year S5.00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 26 Friday, June 26, 1964 16 Tamuz 5724 The Impact Of Demonstrations It is difficult to assess what the fifteen rabbis arrested in St. Augustine have accomplished. They have, it is true, gone on record as part of the integration demonstrations in America's oldsst city, where some equally antiquated customs concerning the dignity of man still seem to reign. They have struck a blow in the name of tomorrow's society today. They have let the nation and the vvorld know that Jews are prepar5d and able to be counted in the settle for human rights even when :heir own were not directly challenged. The question becomes: which lews? The fifteen rabbis are all members of the Reform movement, whose representative organization was meeting simultaneously in Atlantic City, N.J., to discuss, among other things, the larger issues of Jewish survival. Did the Central Conference of American Rabbis suggest the action in St. Augustine? Were specific rabbis designated as participants? Obviously, when such august leaders as Albert Vorspan,. director of the Commission on Social Action of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and Rabbi Balfour Brickner, director of its Commission on Interfaith Activities, are among those who participated in the demonstrations and were arrested, we can assume that this was more than a simple "grass roots" or spontaneous decision. What impact it will have in the long run is difficult to assess today. • • • The Vanishing Jew While members of the Central Conference of American Rabbi went to St. Augustine, the organization in Atlantic City heard horn its president, Rabbi Leon Feuer, who called upon drastic changes in the relationship between the rabbinate and the Jewish community it serves. Principally, Rabbi Feuer deplored the "hodge-podge" of contemporary manpower and philanthropic effort that ignored the institutions dedicated to the religous and intellectual enrichment of Jewish personality and to the preservation of Jewish tradition. Unless a change occurs, warned Rabbi Feuer, dire things are ahead for American Jewry: among them the possible vanishing of our culture in little more than a few generations. Add to this the CCAR's concern about mixed marriages, and a dim picture indeed emerged from the conference with respect to Jewish survival. It would be interesting to speculate upon how the Reform rabbinate regards the action in St. Augustine. Do they truly believe that the rabbinical participants there were showing concern for the issues raised in Atlantic City as a means of forefending the vanishing American Jew? • • • An Optimistic Evaluation Now is the time for conventions of spiritual leaders. The Conservative movement gathered recently in New York City. And while Reform movement leaders were meeting in Atlantic City, the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of America came together ; n Fallsburg, N.Y., to hear Rabbi Abraham AvRutick. president of the organization, lace into the "prophets of gloom regarding the survival of Judaism." Whether or not Rabbi AvRutick had the address of Rabbi Feuer in mind, the fact is that he vociferously denied the existence of a trend toward American Jewish fragmentation. To bolster his point of view, he told the Council that Orthodoxy in the U.S. seems to be making tremendous strides today in contrast to the experience of more recent years. In his view, Orthodoxy is a "faith for the modern intellectual and business leader ." As further evidence. Rabbi AvRutick cited the sustained growth of all-day schools throughout the nation. Whether or not his "proof" is valid, it certainly seemed more optimistic with regard to American Jewry's future than were the deliberations in Atlantic City. • • %  The Value of Sociology Optimism, alone, can be a sign of nothing. Rabbi AvRutick wanted to bolster the spirit of the Rabbinical Council and the American Orthodox movement generally; and, apparently, he did this admirably. Rabbi Feuer, on the other hand, sounded a warning that is equally valid to our future—and equally cogent. To say, as the Orthodox rabbis suggested, that the American Jew will not vanish does not mean that he can not. And. to say that the American Jew can vanish, does not mean that he will. If both conferences were therefore speculatively fruitful each in their own way, it remained for Rabbi AvRutick to make the most telling obiervction of all: "This emphasis on sociological phenomena is salutary and constructive in paving the way for the strengthening of more desirable non-theological exchanges between historically different religious viewpoints." He was referring to the Ecumenical Council. But he might, as well, have been referring to St. Augustine. Fla., and the fifteen Reform rabbis who were arrested for demonstrating there. Sociological phenomena are of course, within the purview of religious experience but they are no. all-encompassing. Where St. Augustine or the Ecumenical Coun£Lr?t a n y T ,r er s u <; h experience becomes the totality of Jewish identification, then there indeed :s the possibility of a vanishing Am' can Jew. 3 during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN "igONE DARE %  ^on," by John A is "the carefully docui story of America's from victory.'" accoi its publisher. Libert) \. Books. Casa Ceaey, nn |" in the North Miami B, jj ami Shores and Nortl • %  m Journal, recommend•}..'^ I „ „... .... -. .m as "thought provoking • no frightening." Declare i lScv "Ordinarily, much of what Stormer presents could be dismis%  ( were not so well documented by the very words of those whom \1 accuses of leading this nation along a path to collectivism.'' The Journal is an affiliate publication of this city's n ml daily, and its columnists ought to know better. What does < %  ,-m in fact do? No decent-thinking American denies the danger of (,<>, rminism. but how does Stormer alert his readers? To beg. he "documents" the life of Karl Marx, naively attempting credit the philosophy by discrediting the life of the man. "Three of his children." writes Stormer. "died of starvation in Two others committed suicide. Only one lived to maturity when a gift of about $500 arrived from a rich uncle many, he used the money for a two-month drinking spree wife, left penniless in London, was evicted from their apartniethe infant children." Thus, we link hands with Stormer to weep over the fate Mr. Marx, her shiftless husband thoroughly discredited as a humar teiog hut has the Communist philosophy been shaken as a result 0 5' rmet doesn't even think so. He reports, instead, the alleged read n if Richard C. Arens. staff director of a Congressional committee ikint evidence from Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer. chief of strategic during World War II. In fact, the General was asked: ". is it on the Communist timetable for world domination?'" Mth. > dis%  I it self: mcy. and) --• GerHis %  %  "• d be to ilta, 111 11'' %  In EVftrONI IS A TRAITOR UUEDEMEYER REPLIED: 1 ;im not completely I peSSil it is very. very late." The published record is i • tor Stormer. Arens. according to hiInside line, noted that I ei.il "dropped his eyes U the floor" and answered inatead: humble, hones) judgment is thai n is too late Deduces ""Before it was printed, Wedemeyer edited his testimony I do not here criticize another newspaper for serially pri a book ;ia means of explaining Communism and tin dai vances it has made during the past thirty years or -o This a laudable communal service. But I do criticize the positiv of "None Dare Call it Treason," which is irresponsible and | %  carefully-documented." and which" proceeds from spec impugn the patriotism and motiveof just aboul everyone Item: President Roosevelt is virtual!} accused of assisting in the Communication of the world Declares stormer: ARoosevelt, with Alger Hiss a) his side, gave Stalin the easti of Poland and the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuai He agreed to coalition governments for Yugoslavia and Polar. Thus, at Yalta, the first step of Lenin's master plan was appr THt TRUMANMACARTHUR CONTROVtRSY ITEM: NEXT IN line for the Stormer treason parade is Harrv Tn man. With the fall of China." he writes, "the second i> n Lenin's plan for world conquest was nearly accomplished Dean Acheson, one of the diplomats who participated in the series 0d actions which ultimately led to the fall of China announced to the world in a speech that Korea was out defense perimeter'." The attack upon Truman here becomewhat complicated. Stormer proceeds to reason that, as a consi of the President's Secretary of State, "within six months, th Korean Communists attacked South Korea." The late Gen. Mat-Arthur is thereupon lauded fur greatest displayt of military genius in history;" although his passing seems to shed other light on this controveraial addition. Stormer charges MacArthur with being "muzzled b> idential order," blithely ignoring ..ll the other issues involvi as Truman's decision to impose his constitutional power mander-in-chiel over a militarj leader who preferred to igi aints of the civil authorities directing him. Conclude"The American plum, which Lenin predicted would one daj Communist hai Is without a fight, was beginning to ripen How do Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy fare m "N tall it Treason' Hardly any better. Eisenhower is depicted as %  man who said be coi I ",'' ""' mess in Washington." Declares Stormer Ph. hi I he Korean War ended More billions were ap| for foreign aid and to keep the world safe' In short th wasn t cleaned up Eisenhowi r peace with honor teasi 400 Aim Men soldiers to rot. forgotten In Chinese pnsoi And then: -w.th the cnt.es gone, Eisenhower initiated programs for the Communist enemy." 4 FLORIDA CMUtfnU fORMD ^S FOR THE late President John F Kennedv. there tin • U nothing he did that was right. As Stormer sees it tl coalition contradicted the Pre-,,lent'a promise of March. 196 neither Laos nor North Viet Nam would be permitted to fall parmg the t S -Soviet agreement there to the "peaceful solutioi led to the Communization of Poland. Czechoslovakia and Stormer charges Kennedy with subsequently pressuring pro W Prince Boun Oum. who allegedly refused to give Commumpos.tions in his government and was made to succumb whe Kennedy stopped his monthly foreign aid allotment of $4 null; ,i, b W o h0Ut m ncy ,0 pay his arm y' w as under Com attack Boun Oum was helpless President Kennedv and Khrushchev praised the peaceful" settlement in Laos." of ,, quo, l/ rcm "<• S'ormer book m such detail to indicate it or view. The author's history is fundamentally correct, and tense as well as the motives behind the reasoning of America ers are cleverly distorted to force them into a mold of his ,„. mined conclusions Were Presidents Roosevelt, Truman. Eis. i and Keuedy all traitors, and worse, Communists" Did the) 'oil "'"'' h '"" M ""': v ,,r,v, ,ht m *owu6 at enemv '" "" ** d '' l,b( ''•'"''> NaU* into the bands UK In %  son implies they were dupes and I ':'"'-/''" %  '''•' ^ ^ that they had nS y. •II the tricks ol the Marxial wi,.„ stormer has to Continued on Pag* 14 A • that '•m'hat ins, i ers key Mr per ll kiu • iint e of ger •



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r, ;: .; June 26. 1964 i II U i l i aili *Jeni§i! Fkridliaiin Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Jabotinsky Was Strength of Irgun EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: missions would still bo investigatmilitarism o\ \ahotn is to )\vj. the Palestine problem and the obvious as comYour editorial, '•The Riyhtinu of p,nof White Papers taking on m. n I .. %  •-' that i, Profound Wrong." in the June the proportion ol a mountain; Herui /' 19 issue was an excellent one. while lien Gurion and entourage ced :.i •• i. ... „ n ,u„ pussy-footed about with their inpfnlosoph; often jar However, 1 take exception to the : .. .u„_ i i credible policies (among them lines. Jabotinsky, the militant .. Hav i aga -self restraint I acting leader, became unfortunate and n ]y when the members of the posthumous hento a militaristHagannah demanded action against terrorist reputation based upon (he British, i the Revisionist Zionism out ot Rabt: Alexander S. Gross (right), principal of the Hebrew emy, presents Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fiitel with a plaque ognition of being chosen Hebrew Academy "Couple of the .ear" at a recent dinner at the Deauville Hotel. I Beth Torah Students Honored Oul ..nding students of the Fred Poritzky, Karen Stern, Josrafa Congregation Religious eph Bernstein, Matthew Caidin, cere honored at award asMildred Katz. David Htrsch, Ar., ,:. •marking the close of the r.old Silver, Richard Browdy. Rus,h< • vear. Abraham J. Gittels. 11 Bookbinder. nation director, an. ^^ ^^ Rose Bcrson Sharon Ross. Sherry Miller. Joel I %  Meo'l Club presented each shweky. Richard Katzman, Martin -hip winner with a pin, sturman. Martin Adler. Steven ng upon how many years Kane, Susan Feinstein. Michael dent had achieved Honor priedman, Jacky Kirschenbaum. I ill ratings. Each teacher pre Helene Bookman, Kim Foster. nur his own students with the p au ] Herman. Henrietta Lancer. ..nd a Certificate of Merit Joyce Goldstein. Sherry Rakusin. [Ho • honored include Robert Beverly Reiff. Jonathan Weiser. Sterling. Cheryl Avins. Adrian Bennie Feinstein. Ronnie i idiri Maria Hirschfield. Eileen stem. Marc Ellis. I ichtenfeld, Eugene Witkin. John -almoo, Glenn Sneider. Bernard Lewis, Todd Langner. Abe Eich. nb.:. Harry Hausman, Andy Kotlikoff, Marlene Kravitz. Bar hara Stone. Steven Silberman, Alan Wlshneff, Robert Rakusin. Richan Morns Ku>.* Bakerman, Ellen Schimek, N< Hoe. Erica Reiss. Andrew i avii David Tenenbaum, Barbara l ,'iin: Barbie Cohen, Bonnie lorei stein, Charlotte Kass, Linda •'. Larrj Kahn, Susan ildman, Michael Barth. Edward m, Stephen Bookbinder. whose rootgrew the Herat Par-' ty." and would refer you to the' biography of Jabotinsky. "Fighter and Prophet." by Joseph Selectman, chapter 25. titled "The Father of Jewish Armed Resistance II." which describes Jabotinsky's attitude toward organized self-defense of the Yishuv. At a meeting in Warsaw in 1939, Jabotinsky said: "When the Irgun grows, your hope also grows; when the Irgun does not progress, your hope wanes. The Irgun is your salvation Its existence is your promise It is the strongest form of protest. With their sacrifice, they awaken the conscience of the entire youth in Eretz Israel. The Irgun must grow, reinforced by whole battalions of young Jews from the Diaspora, thus establishing a powerful Jewish army." MRS. ELAINE ELMALEH Miami i DTOR'S MII r Tluintent o) I observation %  which Mrs. Elmaleh ta\cs exception was not to deny the I removed from what (abotins^j the man. iron!,I hdi c < endowed u t he alii t which iv to •. that /<• um and I! ot at the Herut u %  .Id hai i ei % %  < % %  on liei t .. %  and necessarily the same, /i :. ; just what rule fabotms U'OllId play 111 OUT nine HI Israel and we can not at all be Hire thai Menachem Beigiti >the. /abotins^ rei carnation Pythians Feature Service Awards Outstanding serv.ee to the Streiff, Harry Herman. Morns George Gershwin Knights of Schwartzman. Irving Shapiro, JosPythias Lodge for the past year eph Benacn Stanley Stem, Fredwas the program feat^ed at the Robert Cassell> June 6 Awards Night he.d at the Barcelona Hotel. !** Herman. Irving Weinstein. Maurice Bernard, Harry SimonExceptional tributes were paid c Wejner Djmd Brick to Chancellor Commander Fredi Zeiger David Gross, vice chanell. Samuel GocMman. aamuel cellor; Oscar Kantor. secretary; Horowitz and Ben Young. Milton Hurwitz. financial secrep ang fof the fortncomin g in tary; Max Marin. president of s|a „ ation of „ u new v e | ected of Benevolent: Henry Goldberg; and ficefs wen discussed at a meet Sam Rubin, chairman of charity jng Monday evening at Hibiscus projects. Temple. Frederick Zeiger has Meritorius service certificates bt-en reelected to serve as chanGoodremarkable man and his Revision, were also awarded to Dr. Gustave cellor commander for the coming it followers. I fear that the comFistel. Joseph Benach. Murray vear. 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Page 6-A fJenist noridfiar Friday. June 26, 1961 AJC Leaders to be Sentenced July 9 Continued from Pag* 1-A ver two day.and which heard testimony from all 12 defendants 'Ins six members of the World's :iir private police force who had rrested the AJCongress pickets last May 25t'i One AJCongress officer—C. Irv_ Dwork. national secretary of •he organization—was also chargi d with resisting arrest. Judge Dubio found Dwork not guilty of he charge after TV newsreel films were projected in the darki ned courtroom showing that he had peacefully surrendered his placard to the police and entered •he police car in front of the Joranian Pavilion only 12 seconds fter being placed under arrest. Two members of the World's Fair police had testified earlier that Mr. Dwork had acted in an 'agitated" manner, had refused -o give up his placard and had lot entered the police car for some two minutes after being ordered to do so. The placard Dr. Duoik carried d the legend "American Jew-h Congress Seeks Peace Through I nrierstanding. Jordan Incites War Bigotr> "'Peace through understanding" is the theme of the NM York World's Fair." Howard M. Squadron, a national vice president of the American Jewish Congress and chairman of its. Metropolitan Council, served M special counsel in defending the AJCongress officers. In his closing argument to the court. Squadron declared: "The arrests of these 12 officers of the American Jewish Congress were based not on the penal law but on the fact that they violated a World's Fair regulation. "If the grounds of the World's Fair are to be considered public streets ot the extent that citizens may be subject to arrest under the penal law, then these same citizens have the right to exercise their right of free speech on these public streets and must be protected in doing so. "The laws enacted by the City and State of New York in leasing public property to the Fair at SI per year and even in requiring that automobile license plates carIsrael Bond in Cuba is Redeemed By Refugee Who Lost Property There By Special Report) Leon Wodnicki. of Pittsburgh. ho lost all of his property in < aslro's Cuba, last week collected >150 on the $100 Israel Bond he re up and shipped in small ieces to friends in the I'nited Mat' With each letter he wrote. Wnd%  iki. who ran a jewelry and gen• il store in Cuba, enclosed a| >ample section of the Israel In-1 rftgc Bond he had -ht in Havana in January. 52 He tore the bond into about so tiiat if postal authorii opened bis letters, thoy would able to identify the cer te Wodnicki la/tio is 63 years old. from Cuba to Pitt-burgh in 1961 shortly before the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion. Despite the fact that one of the pieces of his Israel Bond is still missing, he was able to redeem it in full at 150 cents on the dollar As he received the payment. Wodnicki expressed regret that he had not invested more of his money in Israel Bonds before Fidel Castro seized control of Cuba Farewell to Cantor Temple Or Olom will hold a cocktail party in the Social Hall on Sunday. 8 p m to honor Cantor Ger-hon Levin, who is returning to Israel ry mention of the Fair." Squadron declared, "make it clear that there habeen sufficient "public action' to require that the World's Fair grounds be considered public property and not private property. "This being the case, the American Jewish Congress pickets have the right to demonstrate peaceful1> and to express their views on the malicious and defamatory mural in the Jordanian Pavilion." Judge Dubin made no secret of his respect for the American Jewish Congress officers and his sympathy for their cause. While reserving decision, he made one comment that court observers found significant and possibly indicative of the ruling he will hand down July •. "The streets of the WorldFair." he said, "cannot be considered as private thoroughfares for some purposes and as public streets lor other.-. They cannot be held private for the purpose of prohibiting demonstrations. it ^ corns to me. and public for the purpose of requiring bus drivers lor example, to have operators' licenses in order to drive on the grounds." In additon to Dr. Prinz and Dwork. the American Jewish Con cresofficers arrested for picketing the Jordanian Pavilion at the World's Fair were: e Theodore Bikel. noted actor and folksinger and a national vice president of AJCongress; e Theodore Kolish. a national vice president and former president of AJCongress" Brooklyn divisions; • Mrs Howard Levine. a vice president of the AJConere— \'a tional Women's Division and an officer of the New Jersev Region • Theodore R. 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IATEST GEM IN THE CROWN Of A PASSENGER FLEET EJB&*^ m wmm nt% MM ...I •* ••• ••• ••• •••••• : SS SHALOM: ZIM'S NEW FLAGSHIP AND TRANSATLANTIC LUXURY LINER Shalom Means Supreme Comfort on High Seas The spring of i%i marks the firsl time in the history of steam %  up travel that a small, young at ion has placed a major luxiry liner on the most important rid most fiercely competitive •((.m route—the North Atlantic, rhe nation is Israel, with an area of 8.000 square miles and a population of 2.5 million. Ouch, on Apr. 16, celebrated the 16th anniversary of her emergence as pendent Btate .1 sovereign, indeFaith in Future The ship is the SS Shalom—in Hebrew it means ""peace'"—a white, streamlined ocean liner of futuristic design, measuring 25.:>;i8 gross registered tons, accommodating 1.030 passengers and 460 officers and crew —a total of 1.554 souls in her ten broad decks. On Apr. 17. alter two preliminary shakedown crosses and a 10-day introductory cruise on the Mediterranean, the Shalom sailed from her home port. Haifa. on her Maiden Voyage to New York. Enroute she called at Naples. Marseilles and Malagaregular stopovers on all of her future trans Atlantic voyages, to embark additional passengers for a triumphal entry into New York harbor on Apr. 30. CONCEIVED AMD DESIGNED IN RADICAL CHANGE New Ship Adds Prestige to Israel Prestige was a factor in the decision to build the SS Shalom Nations have long realized that line passenger liners arc among ;heir most effective ambassadors. Showing the flag and capturing the admiration and respect of people wherever they go, ships like the Shalom can create immeasurable friendship and good vs. ill in areas seldom penetrated by more formal diplomatic rep1 tentative*. The SS Shalom was conceived and designed in an era that has teen a radical change place in the role of the passenger liner. ships are no longer the sole means of transportation across 1 • seas, As 1 consequence, their [unction has broadened immense\ The Shalom is not merely eily afloat, but a resort ship. in addition to the basic hotel serices, she must provide facilities ior entertainment, for sports, relaxation, for health. She oust conduct an active social ni cultural life. Some twobirds of her crew are concern d not with navigation or propulsion but with catering to pasi-enger needDual Purpose Ship The Shalom is a dual purpose -hip. She will serve as a transplants liner for about eight months of the year during which she will carry her full designed passenger capacity. For the balance of the year, she will be employed as a cruise liner, based at New York. For thus purpose, her passenger capacity will be reduced by about half. Her catering staff will remain intact, and her entertainment department will be enlarged. In this connection, it should be noted that cruising has become more than a refuge from the slack season. It is today a bonanza. In the 1963-64 cruise season, 129.000 passengers were carried in cruise liners from U.S. ports alone. The Shalom plies the mild weather Atlantic track between New York and Gibraltar and crosses the Mediterranean, which Is noted for the prevalence of mild weather most of the year. Her months as a cruise ship will be spent mainly in sub-tropical -f waters. As a consequence, emphasis has been placed on out door living at sea. The Shalom is one 01 the fewliners with a regulation size (78 It 1 tennis court. This feature is located high on her Sun Deck. II wai made possible by the elimination of conventional smoke stacks in her design In their place are two slim, streamlined uptakes' constructed of aluminum alloy. They are placed at the after-end of the Sun Deck, stand athwartship and rise 40 feet above deck level. More than adequate to disperse the small amount of exhaust fumes normally produced by the Shalom's modern compact power plant, this novel arrangement frees the entire sweep of the Shalom's upper deck for such passenger uses as promenading. Continued on Page 10-A The Shalom represents an investment of $20 million. She is a partnership venture between the Government of Israel and Israel's largest shipping firm, the Zim Lines. The Shalom is an expression of confidence in the future role of the big passenger liner at a tune when the trad! tional patterns of transportation and travel have been swepl aside by the jet. There were several reasons for her construction One of them is the rapid growth of Israel's tourist industry. In 1961, Israel had 159.600 visitors from abroad; in 1962, 183.701; and in 1963. 218.000. This represents an increase of 36.6 percent in three years, one of the highest tourist growth rates in the world. More than 50 percent of the visitors arc from the U.S.A. and Canada. Success Breeds Confidence Paralleling Israel's developin this field is a general rise in tourist traffic to the Mediterranean area, especially from America. Spain. France, Italy and Greece are all enjoying tourist booms. A substantial portion of this traffic will continue to move by sea or i>> sea-air combinations and Israel is determined to carry her fair share. Another reason for the Shalom is the unexpected degree of success enjoyed by the Zim Linein the passenger steamship Held. Since the inception of its Mediterranean passenger services in 1948 and its trans-Atlantic service in the spring of 1953. The Zim Lines have carried the bulk of the seaborne passenger to and from Israel. Zim Liners have consistently averaged an 80 percent occupancy-capacity ratio on a year-round basis. In 196:>, generally a poor year for steamship travel. Zim chalked up a nine percent increase in passenger capacity on the North At lantic. Far from spreading the existing traffic thin, all indict tions are that the Shalom will stimulate new sea traffic on her route. The prestige of thil superlative new liner is also expected to increase the popularity of her two running mates, the SS Israel and SS Zion, which will continue on their year-round service between New York, Madeira, Naples, Piraeus and Haifa. WE ARE PROUD TO BE AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR ZIM LINES CALL NOW FOR FALL BOOKINGS TROPICAL TRAVEL BUREAU, IHC. Contact for Information and Reservations E. E. VIEZ 3011 E. LAS OLAS BLVD. FORT LAUDERDAIE Phones 945-5417 or JA 5-3141 FOR SAIL S. S. Shalom OR tNFORMATMON, CALL FARR TOURS & TRAVEL SERVICE %  %  • %  424 LINCOLN ROAD MALL 6705 COLLINS AVENUE Tel. JE 1-5327 Tel. UN 5-7444 "JmMthrtdKton Friday. June 26. 1964 Page 7-A



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II Page 8-A Jtnlsl'ilnrtrJitr Friday. lung 2§. 1964 % %  I Bathrooms are tiled in mosaic patterns on the SS Shalom. The 1,100 First and Tourist Class passengers will be looked after and pampered by a picked crew of 450, dedicated to their comfort and well-being. Shalom's New Skipper Noted Sea Expert \ Ma-faring man for :ti of hit 53 years, C'apt Freudenberg rose through the ranks to be come Masta <>i Israel's new flagship, the 2S.0M (TOM ton SS S'lalom. Born in Berlin in 1911. educut rd in East Prussia and in the port dt) m ii imburg, Cap! freudenberg iir-t went to wi in 1933 as a deckhand aboard a German vessel Later, he gen II i i man board pa pn %  • i i itinpun) I h.il ,-..i~ kOld ti> i .. i lit.ill mt-i If you want to catch a jet direct to London you'd better call BOAC. 9



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•-i M#V .< %  London \ ettled in I* Palestine i, where he joini d Kib lullGalll Yam. an agricultural collective settlement During World War II Bill lie WU back ,il sea in ia4> J> bo-MO aboard freighters of the Tid Navigation Co. Ltd., of Haifa, one of the pioneer Israeli shipping ventures. He signed olf his ship in England to re %  time his education at the Nautical College of Liverpool. There he passed his Board of Trade examinations for a second of Deer's ticket Later he earned hiKir>t Mate'i licen During World War II. Capt Freudenberg sailed in N.A.S.O. ships—Royal Navj munitions carriers. These were Jewishmanned Palestinian vessels at tached to the Navy which supplied British forces in the Eastern Mediterranean, Tobruk ami Malta He was Second Mate of the cargo motorship "Antar," when she was torpedoed and sunk with a heav) loss oi life. Capl Freudenberg settled in Palestine after the war and when the state ot Israel was established in 1948. he was one oi the Oral to receive a Master's license issued by the new ;:<>\ eminent. He joined the Zim Lines shortly afterwards and commanded several of the company'-, original passenger liners and cargo -hips in Mediterranean and European waters. Marine Superintendent In the mid-fifties. Capt. Freudenberg was '•ent back to Germany P) supervise the construction of vessels ordered by the Continued on Page 12-A -• %  "J" r Planning your > vacation here? HAWAII PUERTO RICO JAMAICA VENEZUELA CANADA ISRAEL i MEXICO NASSAU For Insured Reservations, guaranteed rates at a magnificent Sheraton Hotel, call your favorite travel agent. Or phone: 377-0275 The word's getting around enjoy a wonderful vacation at SHERATON HOTELS j Nobody else flies there from Miami. But even if you had a choice, you'd still be better off with BOAC. Why? Our British Cabin Service, for one thing. Superb. (But then, it ought to be. We're a world-wide airline and we've had a lot of practice.) Need a second reason? How about price; now only 5446.10 for our round-trip, 14/21-day midweek economy fare. And that's on a Rolls-Royce 707 fan jet, too. Need a third reason? Our people-warm, friendly, unforgettable, courteous people. Once you've flown with us, you'll know what we mean. All over the world BOAC takes good care of you BOM AND M4H0JMII SERVICES OPERATED FOR BOAC-CUNARD BY BOAC SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT OR CALL BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION, 10 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, MIAMI, FLORIDA 83182 • i'R 7-2011



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Page 10-A SS Shalom Continued from Page 7-A sports or sun-bathing. It permitted the construction of exceptionaU) large public rooms on the decki below without interference from the massive boiler and engine trunking found in ships oi more conventional design. Indoor Sports The Shalom's Firs! and Touri-i class passengers each have their own Lido Deck and outdoor swimming pool. The areas surrounding the pools are devoted I xclusively to cushioned deck chairs and tables shaded by col:..] beach umbrellas for all -' drinks and macks. Provisions have heen made for sports and exercise in inclement weather. Passengers of both classes share a large indoor pool located amidships, ten decks below Sun Deck level. It is reached by one of the Shalom's five h-speed automatic passenger elevators Adjacent to the indoor pool is a bar and buffet. Nearby is the Shalom's fullyequipped gymnasium supervised by the ship's athletic director For post-workout relaxation, the Shalom offers the unique pleasure of a sauna, the tamous Scandinavian dry steam baths that are recommended by health authorities the world over. Separate vapor room* and rub-down rooms are provided for gentlemen and ladies. Worship at Sea l'^-sengers who number walking among their favorite exercises will find long, broad enclosed Promenade decks in both First and Tourist classes ideal for before or after meal constitutionals. Windows the full height of the deck afford an unobstructed view of sea and sky. Shalom passengers wiM find many community services at their disposal. For the devout of all faiths there is 1) a synagogue, decorated in the traditional manner of Israel and 2) an interdenominational chapel of gracious modern decor suitable for either Protestant or Roman Catholic services. Ladies will delight in the Shalom's international shopping center, designed in the European "Galleria" style. High fashions and exotic giftware of the Continent and Israel are sold at dutyfree shipboard prices. +Jenisti flcridli&ri Means More Admiration for Israel d*V *^> r ^t+ I (torn the U S.A and Europe, theatre Beats L'TO in the com! ot adjustable armchairs. It equipped with a wide ar screen, stereophonic sound Friday. Jur.e 26, ... ,. ..... M ,-. the theatre Beats L'TO m the comfort ot adjustable armchairs It is equipped with a wide angle screen, stereophonic sound and two ;:."> mm projectors, Movies' arch rival, television, ia ubiquitous leature aboard the Shalom. The new liner boasts a closed circuit TV system capable of Picking up -h.-.^J Broadcasts within ., ,, m|)e radius. There are nine ^-mck TV receivers located at rs a|) in public rooms. Eight n are in the First Class deluxe cabins .>. vauuu. In all, the >ha. HUM has 87 TV outlet•. IdiUon. a I receivers will be ins led a needed. While at si kineneeinu. n TIMC ai -i gers will be entertained km?. scope and live -^^ opportunities to partu the latter. ^ -fffl*BBBB_ ,%  ; -•.;„. j_.-agi P^&f Each suite consists of a sittinq room, a bed loom and a dressing room which can be converted into a second bed room. Suites bear the names of Israel's enchanting wild flowers and were decorated in the pastel shades of Israel's spring. selection of jewelry, clocks, watches and full photographic and film services. A modern, fully-equipped beauty salon and an equally attractive barber shop will he open daily at convenient hoars, The Shalom's movie theatre, located amidships on the olive Branch t I'pper Promenade i Deck, is designed along the lines of the art theatres now popular in the U.S.A. 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Fri:: .nit marine officers and amen and to prepare the basis for the establishment of a na lion I merchant marine. TI company started with a • ingk second hand ship, the 3.500 gross ton SS Kedmah. which ran under British registry and was parti;.-owned by the London shipping firm of Harris and Dixon. Ltd. Early in 1946. the Kedma'i started a lnrimghtly passenger service between Haifa. Naples and Marseille-.. The name Zim was adapted* from the Hebrew "Zi Bishcari," which trad ..iled means mercantile Heel. became a fleet of sorts in Faced with the task oi porting tens of thousands ; Immigrants to Israel and with ig in \ ..i cargo ships, virI all the food, raw matami machinery required by the young nation, Zim was lorced to buy ships quickly on I "iid hand market. m 1948 through 1952. pas. • r operations were confined the Mediterranean The Ked joined by the Negbah (former American Ecuador of 1915), alila (former American DeClinton of 1913) and the Vrtsa (formei German Panther of served primarily as immicarriers from European North African ports. Efwere made, on a modest to attract tourist traffic, were successful to the where Zim liners handled ilk of seaborne travellers I from Israel, a position COmpanj retains to this Hut m the early years, mi I Oil ALL YOLK TRAVEL FT. LAUDERDALE TRAVEL SERVICE 00 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ph. 945-9741 or JA 2-2856 2641 E. Sunrise Blvd. LO 4-6395 I^ANK THEISSEN, Mgr FORT LAUDERDALE migration was the main concern and during 1949-50, Zim ships were landing as many as 20.000 newcomers a month at Haifa. New Cargo Ships In this respect, the early history of Zim parallels that of many a North Atlantic line in the latter half of the 19th century. During this period, the company aestablishing cargo lines to Europe, West Africa and eventually to North America. Cargo carriers, like the passenger ships, were small and second hand. But in 1949 and 1950. Zim purchased two new cargo ships, one of them still on the stocks in Sweden, They were intended to help the company break into the citrus trade which was dominated by foreign lines though it comprised Israel's number one export In 1951, Zim took delivery in Holland ot two more modern citrus carriers, the tirsl vessels to be built tor the Israel flag In 19.">2. Zim purchased the Israel American Line and the M DiZOnsjofi Co tWO Israeli lines then trading to North America with Libert} ships and older vessels. Also purchase,: at the time was the American-Israeli Shipping Co., Inc. a New York firm set up in 1948 to charter ships for the Israeli trade which had been abandoned by foreign lines. American-Israeli was reorganized as the North American representatives of the Zim Lines and serves in that capacity today. Purchase of Jerusalem At the end of 1952. there was no regular passenger liner service between New York and Haifa To fill the gap, the Zim Lines purchased the 40-vear-old liner Argentina, formerly the Norwegian Bergcnsfjord, and renamed her Jerusalem. In April. 1953, exactly ll years before the Maiden Voyage of the Shalom, the old Jerusalem sailed from Haifa to inaugurate the first direct passenger liner service to the I'.S.A. under the flag of Israel. The veteran Jerusalem was only a stopgap until modern passenger tonnage could be placed on this important route The Zim Lines were determined to modernize Ihcir fleet, cargo as well as passer Unexpected assistance in this direction came in the form ol the Bonn Israel reparations agreement, signed in 1952, which allotted S822 million to Israel in compensation for material losses suffered by Jews at the hands of the Nazis. A substantial sum was earmarked for the development of shipping This enabled Zim. and other Israeli lines, to construct new shins on favorable terms and much sooner than would have been the case under ordinary circumstances. Erom the end of 1954 to the middle of 1961. the Zim Lines took delivery of 34 ships of all types Irom West German yards, aggregating over 200.000 deadweight tons and representing an investment of S100 million. Among these ships were general cargo carriers, reefers, dry bulk carriers, tankers and four passenger liners, two for the North Atlantic trade and two designed for the Mediterranean trade and for cruising. Improved Service During th ; s period, the Zim Lines also secured a 50 percent interest in a company owning a new 16,000 ton supertanker and a 45 percent interest in another firm owning a liquid gas tank er Trans-Atlantic passenger service was vastly improved ill 1955 and 135(> with the entry "f the 10.000 gross ton SS Israel and her sistersbip. SS Zioti. on the New York-Haifa run. These fully air condltoned, stabilizer equipped liners, each accommodate slightly more than 300 passengers in two classes. Between them, thev make 18 round voyages a year and have consistently maintained one of the highest average space-occupancy ratios on the North Atlantic. In May and December. 1957, Zim took delivery of the 10.000 gross ton passenger liners. Theo dor Herzl and Jerusalem, each with a passenger capacity of 571 in Eirst and Tourist classes. Also fully air-conditioned and fitted with stabilizers, these ships rank among the finest and most pop ular passenger ships on the Mediterranean. They replaced obsolete tonnage on the Haifa Naples-Marseilles run and help ed to build the Zim Lines' traffic to a point where a third liner was needed. That ship, the 7.100 gross ton motorship, Moledot. was completed in Erance in 1961. She is the first all-Tourist class liner on the Mediterranean to offer full air conditioning and such facilities as a swimming pool and movie theater. To handle immigrant traffic and the heavy demand tor low cost dormitory space on the Mediterranean. Zim has the 9.000 ton Italian liner, li.iminia. under time charter. Zim's Growth With regard to their cargo service*, the policy of the Zim Lines has always been to expand both in numbers of ship-; employed and in areas of the globe served. 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T Page 12-A Je nist FkridHcir Friday, June 26. [$J Shalom's Skipper is Noted Seafarer Closet and ttorage space has been designed to offer each passenger a maximum of room in the cabin, as well as easy accessibility to stored luggage. Television and a ship-to-shore telephone are added conveniences passengers find on the Shalom. Outstanding touch of architectural genius is obvious in the living quarters of the SS Shalom. The elegance of the First Clcss deluxe accommodations is evidenced in the use of rich woods, choice textiles and leathers in the furnishings and decor. Welcome. • SHALOM" STAR TRAVEL, Inc. 226 -71st STREET Ph. 865-0357 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Continued from Page 8-A Zini Lino:under terms of thi* Bonn-Israel reparations agree merit One of those, the passen ger liner Israel, was placed under his command when she made her maiden voyage to New York in October, 1955. Subsequently, Capt. Froudenoerg supervised the construction Of three more Zim passenger liners, the SS Zion, SS Theodor Herat, and SS Jerusalem He took command of the latter during hi> first souson of cruises from New York to ihe Caribbean in the winter of 195859. Since 1960. Capt. Freudenberg ha< been serving as Marine Superintendent of the Zim Lines in Haifa. Last year, he was stationed in St. Nazaire, France, where the Shalom was under construction. On -March 3. 1964. he had the honor of raising the blue and white ensign of Israel over his ship for the first time at the official commissioning ceremonies. Capt. Freudenberg is married and has two daughters. Staff Captain Born in Haifa, in 1932. Capt Reuvon Sadnai la typical of the younger generation of Israelis who have made sea-faring their career Ho began that career as a cadet at the Israel Nautical College at Akko. on Haifa Bay. which prepares officers for both the Navy and the Merchant Marine. F'art of his naming was aboard Zim ships which frequently serve as floating classrooms tor members of the cadet corps, Capt. Sadnai earned his initial officer's ticket in 1955, and obtained ins Master's certificate in January 1962 Standing several inches above six feet. Captain Sadnai has sorv ed as Master of Zims refrigeral ed cargo ship, "Tfcefat." the general cargo carrier. "Eshel" and, most recently a> Ma-tor of the 15.000 deadweight ton Zim cargo motorship, "Ampal," plying i>. tweon the is. ports and the Far Ka-t. Chief Engineer Rudolph Redner was horn in Germany in 1913 and settle i in Israel in 1934. He joined the Zim Lines in 1949 as a firsl us sistant engineer and received the rank of chief engineer a year later In that capacity, he has served aboard the Zim cat go "< isels Uzmaut." "Galila," "'' tonit and "Geffen" and aboard the liners, "Artsa," "Israel," "Zion." "Jeru fosc? GET AWAY FROM IT AIL WH, b# i<*tHct*rd b, i*** I v rtg < l-V) %  pvfi 4' n-^h' *,,h M>A ff *n. ...j 4J b < t'tt Ton H <,oy' CaVtf .mo ih tr ANCHORS AWEIGH IfOTFI BIMIN! BlGGAMC % %  VlaSfc FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS iformelion tee your ir.ve' UNIVERSAL ASSOCIATES, INC. ,V" 5,h £, Miami Boch It 4-2M8-TWX "OS 496-8340 Salem" and "Theodor Herzl." Along with the other staff of ficers of the Shalom. Redner spent the past six months at St. Nazaire, supervising the installs tion ami testing of her engines Ho i> man led anil has two children, Staff Engineer Chain Lev was born in Poland in 1835 and settled in Israel 111 1943 He joined the Zim Line* in 1950 He received officers rank in 1951 and his chiel engi neer's certificate in 1958. He served as Chief aboard the SS 'Theodor Herzl" and SS "Zion" and was a member of the supervisory team at St. Nazaire during the Shalom's construction Mr Lev is married and has two children. Chiaf Purser As chief administrative officer aboard the new luxury liner. Shalom. Rudolph Getreuer is in daily contact with passengers and crew It is also part of h* l.-ponsibihty to see thai the ship's catering and account* routines function smooth!) &J, in Austria in 191S, M,,; plr settled 111 Israel in iv.s ] lf first went to sea with the Zim Lines in 1943 as a v was appointed a pursei m 1953 and served in thai capaeiti aboard several of the cor passenger liners ply in ( ranean and North Atlantu Mr Getreuer wag nai ; chiel pursuer of the SS "Jerusalem m 1960 He has since ma le himdreds of friends among Amen (ins and Canadians who have -ailed aboard the "Jerusalea" on winter cruises to the Cartb, bean. Mr. Getreuer 1. married and has two children Gerhard Rosensfock. 1 hel do Cuisines of the SS Shalom wai born in Berlin. Germany, m 1915 and started his professional career as an apprentice at the age of 14 at a leading Berlin restaurant. 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Friday. June 26. 1964 +Jew/st) norkfrain Page 13-A By: EDWARD COHEN Composer Looks to Past for His Themes A M If Stephen Fos£jL ^ V ter's %  k I being banned in %  §B\ m 11 some i' 1 '" l s can 9k B I Jacques Wolfe's ia^ % %  %  be far behind? The South Miami composer of many outstanding Negro spirituals, some set to the "dialect porno" of Clement Wood, hopes not. "I don't believe there it such t thing as 'dialect'," he said several days age before leaving for Main*, whore ho hat spent the last 30 summers. "Every people hat folk language, folk music, folk lore and every race should be proud of its heritage. 'The Jews haven't burned their folk music, and composers like Ernest Bloch have made it classic. The Negro spiritual is great American music, based on authentic idiom. You cant bury the past, and I feel is would be a mistake for anyone to try." Seniitivity to Dialect The sensitivity of the Negro in this context is not a new experience for Wolfe "A numb.'r of years ago. at a concert given at the Del] in PhilIsrael Zim Lines Advances Continued from Page 11-A neer new trade routes and open new markets for Israel. Zim cargo ships now operate regular liner services on more than ide routes all over the globe. gives the Company an adlit age in that temporary adw-rsitl in one trade can be "If -. I by prosperity in another. The growth of the Zim fleet is outpaced even the phenomlal growth of Israel's foreign le, As a result. Zim has %  "tablished several lines based ay from home which have benio important sources of reve%  uc for the company. 'Hie first of these, the Seven self-portrait of the composer JACQUES WOLFE a new career Stars (Africa) Line between U.S.I and Canadian ports and West Africa, was started in 1957. The I Cold Star Lino, between Far Eastern ports. East. South and ; Wesl Africa, "as established in' 1959. The Pacific Star Line, a cargo service between I'.s. and Canadian ports and the Far Bast, via the Panama Canal, commenced operations in October. 1961. Even Zim's home-based trades afe foreign to the extent that they transport cargoes between Don Israel ports. Zim'8 Croat Lakes service, for example. 1 serves Portugal, Spain. Italy. Greece, Turkey and other Mediterranean countries. adelphia. Paul Robeson was requested to sing Dc Glory Road' and refused because he felt Clement Wood's words were not favorable to the Negro. "I was especially surprised, for I had dedicated this song to him in 1928, and it was through his efforts that Schirmer published most of the songs I wrote in this idiom. The publishers felt they had no popular appeal but as folk art deserved to be published." Wolfe also wrote the music for 'John Henry." a Broadway play in which Robeson starred, and his "Short'nin' Bread" has boon hailed as "remarkable for its authentic flavor." most of his Negro works stemming from his study and research in the Carolines where he was stationed during World War I and spent "most of my time listening outside of churches to the fabulous, almost symphonic quality of the spirituals." Close to Nature In his book, "Popular American Composers." David Ewen agrees that Wolf's works are "art songs, in the style of the Negro spiritual (sung) both in and out of the concert hall and must be included in popular song literature." Recordings range from Metropolitan opera baritone Lawrence Tibbott to popular Frankie THERE'S ROMANCE IN THE AIR WITH BAHAMAS AIRWAYS rrv ^ r , ..AND DOWN-TO-EARTH REASONS FOR FLYING BAL NASSAU ONLY BAHAMAS AIRWAYS 6f|A FLIES 8 FLIGHTS DAILY 9 j Cff R /r BETWEEN FLORIDA&NASSAUUU DAILY TO NASSAU BAILY PROM NASSAU FROM MIAMI 830 AM TO MIAMI ...... 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The best sellers are eethovBen, Brahms, and so on, and if s to* late for them to enjoy th* royalties. My ASCAP checks help a lot, but they're net what they used to be — the organisation is now ruled by IBM and you can't fight a machine with classical music. It just isn't played enough to pay. "Of course, I haven't given up writing music. I am now completing a major piece for symphony and chorus, based on the b7th Psalm — -Joy for All Nations' — and its world premiere performance will be conducted by my son, Paul, with the West Coast Symphony next December in Sarasota. But I don't expect any money irom this or anything else I will be writing. 1 don't want to alxmse or degrade music — 1 couldn't if I wanted to, I imagine, so I do no marketable composing. The 6/ocft Idiom •1 hope to leave ;i little something behind with this symphony. I'm not a practicing Jew. but you don't forget your past, and in this work I find myself using an idiom similar to Ernest Bloch for the nrst time. On the other hand, I find the King James version of the Psalms more satisfying—less repetitious — and the music, I feel, speaks to all religions and raced and nations'' Wolfe views his photography as "closely allied to modern music. It's dissonant, like the 12-tone chord — horizontal music rather than the sweet harmony most of us know. "I try to get counterpoint and counter movement, but of course this is not unique—these are the things that make art in any medium. To me, what most people call dissonance has a most beautiful sound, and in photography or painting the abstract is most exciting." As art director of "The Village Post," Coconut Grove monthly, director of the gallery in the Summit Restaurant, busy with portraitures ot local artists, planinn^ a new one-man show of his camera work (he's had more than 25 of them in addition to his work on the symphony. Wolfe keeps active for "a retired man."' 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"Many of our regular workers will be leaving town for the sumer. and volunteers are needed to man the shop for the summer months," said Mrs. Morris Blau, shop chairman. During most or the year, the teen-agers work only on weekt lids. During June, July and August, girls ll years and older may up for weekdays, as well as .' eekends. In charge Of additional information is Mrs. Lawrence Adler.



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Page 14-A p(Jewist) fkridHar Friday. June 26. t^ SERMON OF THE WEEK: A Rabbi's Father Passes Away Familiar Melodies Mere Echoes of Yesterday By RABBI Temple MORRIS SKOP Beth Shirah When a loving, pious Jewish father passes on at a ripe age of 88. a lifetime of memories flood back in recollection. Faded pictures out of the past bring back poignant scenes of walking together to the synagogue at the age of five, the beautiful scenes 00 Sabbath and holiday evenings at home, all children standing revereotly a lather chants the Kiddush at the white bedecked Sabbath table, the flickering Sabbath candles, and the aroma df mother's home baked challah and gefulte fish. Familiar melodies, brought to .. tree America from a Polish ghetto in Europe, echo in the wind as the lather led in the "benchen" and Zmirot. with children's voices joining in the meaningful Hebrew blessings, Who can forget the Sabbath afternoon study sessions, when the family sat around the "Shalosh Seddah." and father would interpret the "Ethics of the Father-,' and mother chant her unrorgettable "Z'Enah I'Renah." Yiddish stories which made their indelible mark on the hearts and minds of the family and friends. Father was a man of deep faith who believed that all things in life were •bashert"—destined by a knowing and All Wise God. Serious illness, business reverses, mistakes of friends and loved ones—all these were taken in stride as important lessons to RABBI MORRIS SKOP tribute to father be learned from the "Ayl Adon," the Master of the universe. Sickness was to teach us that we know not all of God's laws locked in nature. We must probe deeper, said father. We must find the answers to personal health and the cures—the "refuahs *—still mysterious to mortal man. Business reverses are not punishment lrom God. but man's lack of knowledge of economic laws complicated byman's greed and selfishness. Man's happiness is locked in his THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A Communist infiltration in other pivotal areas such as religion, education, mental health, the radio and tele\ ISion are 1 'url bermore, take on 1 common it stratum ol American so cietj M tin UN 11 its principal enemy. Ouoridatioii plot to subvert ui all, and mental health a vicious instrumentality esigned to imprison the nation's patriots so that none dare, indeed, call it treason To underscore the 'merit of the book, in whose pages the heroes are Douglas MacArthtir. Joseph K. McCarthy and Gen. .lames Van Fleet, among others. North Dade Journal Columnist Cass Casej lists a Florida Information Committee "of leading Hade Citizens to disseminate the book to till teachers and i profess) rs" here. Next week, for more on 'None Hare Call it ion, %  well as for the Florida Committee, some ol whose members have backgrounds no less fascinating and controversial than those with which John Stormer di attitude toward life and its vicisaitudes. We must develop the humble, kindly, understanding way ol life. Jews must learn to perform more mitzvos — kindly deeds which bring help to the despondent and hopeless. Eat less and study more, and have something to do each day to keep the mind active and alert. At the Seder table on his 85th birthday, all children and grandchildren rose from the "Shehecheyonu" blessings, and he proudly held under his warm embrace his two great-grandchildren, as he chanted the holiday Kiddush. aaklng his youngest grandson to hold the Kiddush cup before him. Keen of mind, daily memorizing another verse from the Hebrew Bible, he kept abreast ol all the latest news through the daily Yiddish newspapers, favorite TV panels and magazines Proud of his family, he always greeted relatives, friends and strangers, "besever ponim vofos" —with a welcome smile and deep empathy of another's worries and woes. A man of iron willpower, he always reminded his listeners that "ayn dovor omayd lifney rotzon"—let nothing stand in the way of your will. On his 88th birthday, he reminded his children that no one lives for ever, that no child should feel remorse at his passing, since all did all they could to honor, respect and love him. His heritage was not in stocks or bonds, but rather in love for learning, devotion to Jewis mitzvos, a longing for more creative endeavors to clear slums, greater oppor tunities for schooling for the poor and handicapped, utilizing WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM every bit of knowledge of science, God's laws, to help the underprivileged and orohaned. On his son's wedding anniversary, just as his wife's passing five years earlier, on the sameSaturday night, almost hour, the warm heart st„, ,. d .3 labors. With the kiu he was at rest. Hi children and grandchild, ed the volume of golde ten and quietly intoned has given. God has taken the -if I loaned so gracio • a full lifetime of l> God, : no| clos. .hap. 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Friday. Juae 26, 1964 *. IPH-JCI? Ffarictiiftin Page 15-A IOUS s cry tees Jnis lAJeekend AGUD-* !" iSt*EL. W01 Carlyle Ave. Orthodox. Rao'ji Isaac Ever. — • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. AVSHE EMES ^33 SW 19th An. Conservative Rabbi Abraham S'.hwarts — • E = TH DAVID -423 SW 3rd Ave. Con. lervativa. Raboi Ntrmin N. Sl.apiro Cantor WiMa %  W. Llpaon. laj 9 a.m., with ii Hi.i ;i|..l. Bar Itttsvan i n ..f Mi and Urn M i. Im.-I. >**ii <-f Mr i. l-v. i-dnum • EETM EL. 500 $W t7th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. i r. [ %  Saturday B:30 .i m IS p • El TH ISRAEL M1 40th St Ortho. Rabbi H Louis Rottman. — • BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington i.e Orthodox Rabbi Tibor Stern, ( .tor Mauri:Mamchei. • |EI T H KOOESH 1101 SW 12th Ave. .'oorrn Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. — • ETH VOSHE CONGREGATION. 13*30 W Oxie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hym.in Fein. .-'. %  i %  i 11 %  3 mis B.m — • RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Ri.ph Krieger. sec re— • TFILAH ?jj Euclid Ave Or. t-odox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky — • TORAr" 164th St. and NE 11th %  '"' Consei v n.ve. R.ibbi Max Lip•• tz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. irdaj S:i5 a m RH CANDLEUGHTING Tlh\l 16 Tccmuz — 6:56 p.m. MttST Ii S.-..II. v.,i of Mr in.i MM ltuii.it MiMin B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW l3rd St. Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. rrldnj vi; ,. .,,. s.-i inon "Ri llpae of Hon. Sin urdaj > Su .1 iu Mai Mittvah: l-liili|.. >,.„ ,.t Mr and Mr* Saw All.it — • FLAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. l"i Idat •' %  |i in s.i t.iI-.r.n 'i ., i:,, MitiAuh StfV< .. -..n ..i Sii an. I Mr*. Norman K\ — o FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU EL 1801E Andiews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M Leviton. • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrea dr. Oitliodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • ISRAELITE CLNTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen || klaj ..in Satiini.i} s:ts a.m Si rnii.n Thi I :t.-i n il Knmlij of ih. IIII|.I..II> Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. • MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. SOUTHWEST LL.MTER. C43S SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greanwald. — • SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. FVIda} •; p.m. S.itiiHl.iv VI'. .i in. Swim'ii I ii 11. i v win i;,.t y 0 u Notvneri liar Mluvah: Uurh Uvlen-..II — o TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Mi.mii. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba i.ngard. Cantor Charles Kodnar, FYlda} K:3n p.m. "AnK tin Rabbi" sea-ii.n t.. IOIIOU, \itii i|UealloiiK prrtuiliiiila Judaimn featured — a TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. — a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly, wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stein.r. t Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviacr. • TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex. ander Cohen. TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing. ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hush Adler. PYida) •• 11 in Hnturrlnj 9 a.m. o TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. I-Vi.l-v •" ,,.„,. i„ ,|„. .|a,-.,|, ||. K.LI. I.in Chapel, TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. l-rlilay 8:30 p.in. Cantor Kinatiii.-I ih tndofl i.. .•i.M.lii.-t Hervlce in the : %  !.-in f Rahul tWrnk-k, who in In laraeL nuaal vpanker: l.uu*> Kchtvartsman, executive dlreelor, llureuu of J.-wivh Krlu. iii. .ii Sul..i--i: "Education in lsra.-l Satunl.i> :• a in S. riii.. II "Weeklj l'inti..ii." a YOUNG ISKAtL 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber h>idy ii.:;.' p.m. Baturdnj Mi %  a Sarmon: "Weekly Porttvn .-f tli^ Law." Mimlia ei:::•> p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Orthodox Hit Gloom on Survival Continued from Page 1-A n eve-y major city in the United Stetes, and their current budgetary outlays for the total Jewh education is approximately at the $50,000,000 mark annually. T*-ere is no justification to fear the contraction or decline f cui-ent Jewish collective livng in the United States in the •ear tdistant future." he Rabbinical Council presii ;.i o urged thai interreligious inT.it on between Christians • in the Unitad Mates !>< %  U I on the basis of sound al doctrine rather than %  i. Duplicated arena of theolopy. I I cumenical Council," he I. "is proceeding along Intel. nes in attempting i>> i<>r,.n interfaith ptatform and iv w inch reflects a mu MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Rood, Mioaii ML 444-1111 VAHtZffr and KADDiSH Daily S *.m w and 6 p.m. Sat., Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. tual concern for the problems which confront all religious bodies in this world. The Uabbinical Council has al ways been concerned with the sundry representation which have I son made to the Kcumenical Council by secular organizations MIIO were completely unaware of Ihe principle .-and implications of their bod) of suggestions We made our views fully clear to the public and have had favorable effects "This emphasis on sociological phenomena is salutary and constructive in paving the way for the strengthening of more desirable non-theological exchanges between historically different religious viewpoints. It is a healthy approach by recognizing the concept that Judaism is a vibrant faith in the contemporary state, and is determined to serve the Almighty in its distinctive fashion in the future," the president of the Rabbinical Council stated. ruary which spelled out the principles of interreligious cooperai tion in terms of sociological accord and agreement rather than theological adjustment and merger of differences Rabbi MenKtlman. chairman I ol the convention, appealed to the convention platform committees and nominees of the Democratic .mil Republican parties to "commit themselves unequivocalI) and irrevocably to the preser ration of the territorial integrity and sovereign inviolability of the state ol Israel against all the Arab nations who are pledged to Israel's destruction. It is essential for the world peace that American i political leaders guarantee the I rogress of Israel as a viable state, both territorially, politically and economically," he said. 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Open Entry Day Closed Sobbolh 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Micmi i Onir Strictly Jewish MonumiT* Dealer TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Krid.iy vl.'. p.m. I.ituruli ..I mualc to I INplayed by Harry Cam*) on Ihe umn, ulih III*. .I.is.|i|i l;.-,cl blraaIIIK tlie 8a 1.1. nil candle*. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maver AbramI owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and I Tatum Waterway. Modern Trarll. tionaj. RabDi Eugene Labovitz. I Cantor Saul H. Breeh. s.iiui.i.iv v |3 a.m. liar Mltavnh: %  -•• vi II, .-..ii ..I .\ir. .in.) \li Abe • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW I6tn St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. — a TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Darnel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Prt'laj vi". p.m. liar Mlttvah: Nor%  nf Ml nd Mr> Kreil Row thai Sermon: "The Modern Baluan hatumaj II a.m. Bui Mltzvah Jay, -..ii uf Ml and Mm > Ii ..i _. 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Page 16-A 99/mrldt ftnr/Mw) Friday. June 26, \%t Eshkol Reports U.S. Interested in Israel Security Continued from Page 1-A foster our security 1 oven expressed fear thai exaggerated praise to Israel's Army is used to justify the meager aid to Israel' He brought greetings from Israeli soldiers training in the United States to operate the supersonic ground-to-air Hawk missiles the l nited States is selling to Israel. JU' expressed thanks to the United States for enabling Israel to "acquire these expensive arms which will foster our deterrent force." He warned, however, that neither Hawk nor any other missile would be of any value unless Israel maintained its alertness and preparedness. "We appreciate guarantees and promises for help if Israel is endangered." he told the troops, "but I explained that Israel's security can rest only on its own strength; it is its own strong military power that will deter any adventures." He thanked all participants—regular and reserve units—who took part in the successful exercises. Commanders of the exercises said they had demonstrated again the ability of Israels soldiers, the quality of leadership judgments and the effectiveness of maintenance operations. It was reported that despite the difficult sandy terrain over which the simulated attacks were staged, only two tanks had to be abandoned while the armored forces were piercing "enemy" territory in long-range thrusts. The Air Force provided close support for the armored units a: they ran into and overcame points of resistance. Paratroops were dropped deep behind "enemy lines" to bar "rei"t< rcements Self propelled guns also were used in the huge maneuvers, laying down barrages of fire. Israel Foreign Office sources meanwhile denied prosreports ol alleged differences between the Prime Minister and Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, in (valuations of the significance Ol the recent visit to Egypt by Sov iel Premier Khrushchev Mr Eshkol sai.'. during his United Slates 'our that the Soviet l'rem ier's Cairo speeches did not include explicit expressions of hostility toward Israel Minsk Schul Demolished Continued from Page 1-A once had been a series of synagogue schools and buildings, since converted into apartments Minsk city officials reportedly asserted that the Jewish community did not ask for another build ing to replace the razed synagogue, but it was also reported that the Jews made such a request and that the request was rejected. w >*ww THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NKOS fOK >rs THRIFT SHOP All feer furniture. Cfof Hina, li.e ns, Dishes, Drapes, ftc. PHASE CAll US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 %  W*%r--V~V-~-^^*'-^'-V-V^^~-^-V*ROOF LEAK? r A L L VMTOK row Let us repair it or apply a new one. 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^Ot7< oman s IMorU Or Olom Women Name Mrs. Hirsch Sister of the Year' *^ewisll Floridian i Con Martin (Hut hi Hirsch has med Sister of the Year" pie in Oloni. .1publicly cited at a rennual donor luncheon of •terhood of Temple Or 1 the Doral Beach Hotel iartin (Elaine) Budnick, ,.n ot the Sister of the Year •tee. handed Mrs. William Seidman. president of the MRS. MARTIN HIRSCH Sisterhood, the committee's choice for the 19G.T64 award. The award was instituted for the first time last year, when the Sisterhood acted on a proposal of Mrs Martin Budnick. Mrs. Hirsch. the new recipient, is Originally from Brooklyn. N.Y.. where she was active with the Women's Auxiliary of the Knights uf Pythias Armistice Temple. She Slid her husband came to Miami 1.1 years ago. Mrs Hirsch is a charter member both of Temple Or Olom and it Sisterhood. Offices she has held since affiliation include mimeographing chairman, donor chairman, corresponding secretary and Gift Shop chairman. In addition, she co-chaired the tirst luncheon held in the Temple's new building, funds from which were used to furnish Or Olom's kitchen. Mrs. Hindi's lister, Mrs. Herbert (Judy Green, served as president of Sisterhood from 195919G0 and is today co-chairman of Sisterhood's Mah Jongg League. Her husband serves as corresponding secretary of the Temple board. To round out the family affiliation, her mother. Mrs. Harry (Esther) Cordon, is on the Oneg Shabbat Committee, while Harry Cordon serves as gabbai for daily minyon services She and her husband have two children, Shern 18. and Alan 15. Miami, Florida, Friday, June 26, 1964 n j „U1E bv ISABEL GRCVE parties honored Arline ,. daughter ol Mr and Hen Trupkin, who became de ol Dr. Matthew Zucker i ekend al the Doral \ them: a brunch at the S Hotel, with Mrs Arthur i Chasan, Mrs. Herbert Lustig and Mrs Lee ice) Minor as hostes>es I • that afternoon, Mr. and M Jack Stout hosted a cock rty at their new home on Sal uci Dr. ... A lovely brunch .iven for Arline by Mrs. \. (Pauline) Lewis at her li • :n South Miami And a i npagne luncheon was hosti %  -• %  by Mrs. Harvey (Irene i Ti n, an aunt of the bride. .'t • id by relatives and close • • and Herb Abrams. of Mia: Beach, on their way to N York to celebrate the 100th lur" ,iv of their mother, Mollie \ -. wife of the lale Charles I • "TTShe was born in Germai :n 186t and came to the 1 S n 1882 Her 93-year-old who also lives in New ^ is helping celebrate the event Mollie has iving children, the oldest. ol age, and the young' "... There are also eight hildren, 19 great-grandi .md two great great i hildren tion for Mollie will be nday at the Foreal Hills I ireel Hills, I. I member of the Un t< d True Sisters and Eaal n m her oi [aniza Miami Beach has be -n ter home tor main jreai • rid Mrs Charles Mandel, sw i7tii st entertained children, Mr. and Mrs i iye) c„h-•.-' their Is here from Chicago ibens have since iwurned Section B to the Wind) City, where he resumo teaching He's chin man oi the Social Science and Historj Department oi Central Communit} College Leon J Ell now in Delhi and writes that Western ideas are fast being adopted in India since the death Of Nehru The Charles R Jacobsons back from a tour of the European Con tinent And the Bernard Mandlers departed via BOAC for a month there. • • • Tliis is the time of the year when the Clein family make their annual journey to Atlanta to participate in the Jacobs family reunion Attending from Miami were Mrs. Sadie Clein, matriach ol the clan, who despite her 87 years young, flew there and back in one day. accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. Sam (Lena i Goldstein, B.B. and Grace Goldstein, took their two sons. Buck and Johnny, and %  bo Pat, Min of Charles and Pal Goldstein, who were unable to attned Evelyn and Ben Clem had their tour children, Michael, Bobby, Judy, and Patti; Jennie Mae and Berry clem were repi, gented bj Dick and Sylvia Clein, and their oilier three sons Haiman, David and Bobby, Han rah and Reuben clem, traveled .,! ne and mel their daughter Marilyn, and her husband, l 1 n ,.i,i and thentwo children, who lo <• Iheir pan Manuel Lubel and in Benjamin Coleman complet ed the Miami representatives to ithering ol 141 people .1 and Jerrj Robinson celebrated their first wedding %  nniversan ""' 1) r -' 1 Beacb Hole'. Installation luncheon of the South Dade Chapter, Women's Division, American Technion Society, at Kings Bay Country Club thows incoming officers seated (left to right) Mesdames Jerry Fellman, treasurer; Maxwell Dauer, financial secretary, Morton R. Fellman, founder president; Meyer Brilliant, vice president of programs; Meyer Baskin, vice president of membership; end Aaron Foosaner, recording secretary. Incoming board members standing (left to right) are Mesdames Gerald Schwartz. Harold Abbott. Norman Share, I. David Liebman, David Klein. Abraham Grunhut, Trudy Hamerschlag. Ben Woolfsteod, Marshall Feuer, David Sernaker, Bernard Abel, Miss Antoinette Wollman, Mesdames Ray Rosenthai, H. Franklin Williams and Joel Belov, Miss Mae Wollman and Mrs. Hy Friedman. 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Page 2-B -Jmist) fkridT&n Friday. June 28, By" EDYTHE "SCHINDLER a Man Becomes a Peace Walker \ It was hot in the apartment en Miami Beach lent by a wellj wisher. Marvin Davidov. in his %  LJ: early thirties, already balding, already stoop-shouldered, his skin Hat and tight against the bone, >at at the kitchen table lighting one cigarette from the other. He was talking about a long, cool walk. The walk v hich started in Quebec, taking him and his companions through some hot climates and is supposed to terminate in Cuba, could hardly be termed COOl except in the idiom of the walkers For Marvin Davidov is a Peace Walker and he has prac tieed keeping his 'cool.'" To the Southern sheriffs blazing belligerence, to the teasing crowd, to ridicule and derision and to the smirking indulgence of the professed liberal. Marvin Davidov gives a cool, managed response. Although this response 1 tempered with love, with awareness of man's most secret reeds and yes. even with humor, it would be folly to underestimate the force. For this is the antithesis of apathy. This is action in it's most sophisticated form. This is nonviolent action. Resisting Evil The Peace Walkers, sponsored by the Committee for Nonviolent Action, intend to go to Cuba and demonstrate the willingness of tome Americans to negotiate Instead of intimidate. Their aim is to show that "evil can be ef'ictively resisted without violence." Whj does a man care so much'.' Why does Marvin Davidov walk hrcugh his country practicing nil disobedience and suffering lienation. jailing, physical deprivation" Why isn't he busy ; Like CHEESE KREPLACH with Grandissimo Ta'am! Chef Boy-Ar-Dee knows what he's talking about. His Cheese K;.\ioli his the "grandest taste"—v nether you sav il in Italian or leu ish or .. mixture of both. Have >omo for lunch or supper lodu). CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Cheese Ravioli If vou like cheese kreplach. you'll love these tender little macaroni pics .. .filled with tangy Italian Cheese. ..simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese ... seasoned in the real Italian way. U-m, m! Real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyAr-Dee. And thrifty. Costs only about l:< per serving! MARVIN DAVIDOV acts en principle making money, enjoying a girl. making a life for himself as any nice boy should'.' Earnestly, he said, "because I'm a Jew. there are a thousand years of people behind me who were trying to practice ethical conrepts. This is infused in my marrow. I was Bar Mitzvah. and I will always identity with the Jews; for the lore of Judaism is brotherhood of man. 1 believe that what Germany lacked was Women's Club Has New Project Louis D Brandeis Women's Club his a new community service project with a strange name. They're raising money to endow a •\'olemetran." an all transistorized automatic instrument for determining the blood volume. and it will be installed in the Pathology Department at Variety Children's Hospital President Mrs. Ruth Schuldmer announced that the organization is planning a series of tours of the three new wings now being completed at Variety to inspect the 85 additional patient beds and the expanded laboratories, surgery, r;:diology, and Out Patient Depart ment. Brandeis Women were commended by hospital President Ros coe Brunstetter for their "warm response to the needs of our sick children in Dade County." -CHEESE Ravioli \ >M % AUC Chapter Plans July 4 Weekend Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will hold a weekend July t at the AlI els Hotel For the benefit of the hospital, the weekend will include two brunches, three dinners, cocktail party, tree parking, chaises and green fees. Check-in time is Fnd-y. July 3. ;:nd the stay is through Sundav, July 5. In charge of reservations are Mrs Herman Katims. 2042 SW ltth Ter., and Mrs. Sidney Fertig, 47 Samana Dr. \AUat!*i4,ii*d beat .'.-'' Tifereth Israel Ends Season Temple Tifereth Israel. 6.500 No. Miami Ave.. held its annual end cf the season dance on Sunday, with dancing to the music of the Jerry Berke Trio. A fully-paid round trip by jet to the Worlds Fair in New York and accommodations at the Americana Hotel were won by Mr and Mrs Mac Wyden. A Nassau trip was won by %  Ralph Chandler, and bonds were won by Mrs Sophie Gitlin. B. Wiehanes and Ruby Kutun visaMe dissent. I believe there are no longer any solely Jewish problems. I adopted Nonviolence because I needed a concrete way to dissent." Marvin Davidov comes from St. Paul. He was a political science major at Macalaster College. In 1953. he was drafted into the army. He went in with the idea of seriously serving. "I found it difficult to obey unintelligent orders." he said, gazing regretfully at a used-up package of cigarettes. I could not accommodate the insensitivity cf the leaders." Marvin Davidov's voice rolled on in a monotonous monotone without inflection, without obvious pass'on. It mushed around the small hot room, soporific in its mellow, low-keyed Intensitj much like the supra-realistic delivery ol a method actor in a neorealistic film. "Take this sergeant He had it in for a guy named Anderson To the rest of us he says 'give him the business I say. hey. let's hear Anderson's side of the story. Maybe he's a right guj Bui the sergeant's made a moli out of us. and the rest are afraid. So they jump Anderson and beat him up. And this Anderson, his spirit is broken. He doesn't even protest. But you know. I look at the guys and they couldn't look back at me.' At this point Mr. Davidov began to question things. He decided that the army was the totalitarian wing oi a oemocracy. that tne recruits were cowards, and so was he. and he wondered about the validity of the idea of mutual deterrents expounded by liberal rhetoric. A Daring Conclusion As he had studied Russian and Russian hisioiy. Marvin Davidov sought on* the counter-intelligence service. He wanted to be a part of it. to serve Irs country there, but the indoctrination went something like this: "They are all Communists — Hemmingway, Mary Martin. Ed Sullivan. Frederic March." Alter the irmy Mr Davidov took a Ions look at the Liberal Community He concluded that "In this country the liberal has to he schizophrenic. He can't translate hi.true feelings into consistent political action be cause he's accepted traditional political lornis 1 he only way to he consistent in public and private life, to truthfully and aggres sivel) State your ideas and trans late them into action, the only way to ait'".' social change is through Nonviolent Activity." At this moment. Marvin Davidov is pausing in Miami He and his companions are waiting "for* permits to come thrcugfi" fm; the State Department H*J enable them to continue on t Cuba. Their avowed purp^ J to urge the Cubans to renL the withdrawal of all forei >n m %  tary weapons and ^sonne, from their shores. Model in th* Bible They will ask them to end HI restrictions on political i TVvi ^ in Cuba anil to renounce any jr tention of military interventki m other nations. Davidov be lieves that isolation and h:<)ek a( j e will enhance friction: while trad. and the exchange of ideas and free intercourse will nin i rw dem for all men. not only N or ,k Americans. 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Friday. June 26. 1964 *-k*istrkjridliian ORT Region Announces Three New Chapters Page 3-E Louis Huron, president of southeastern Florida Region ( n 'American ORT. anformation of the 16th in the region. c i ui i '•%  •• ee chapters started this 01 th are Catalina. Mrs I l.avine. president; Gulf ream, Mrs Martin Sprung, pres. Went pro-tern; Mrs. Eu ;ene Mar shall, sponsor The newt si hapter, winch is in the North Bay Village area and ••ill nun mud. a 9 launched ihroug*i the effortc ol Mr.luck Kramer paal president of Bisrayne Chapter. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes isponsor and Mrs. He/b Sontz. chairman pro-tem. Mis Florence Kuppermun. rc|kn vice president and a membar ui the National Field Expansion Committee tor the Southern area, announced this week that the region is now eligible for a national award for having fulfilled its expansion assignment for the past year, OUT is a worklu ide BJ -tern of vocational schools designed to help build and rebuild human lives by teaching modern skills. Rabbi Stern to Speak Itabbi Tibor Stern will be guest speaker on the "Jewish Worship Hour" this Sunday, it a.m., over WLBW Ch. 10. Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, will -peak on "Integration and Distinction in the Light of the Torah." The program Is sponsored by the Great) Miami Rabbinical Association. you are t't>rdially invited to our grand opening CARAVEL ESTATES POOL HOMES AH ADDRESS It ITII PRESTIGE &...awi6 ) omwuenaa, / An unbelievable lavish, hand crafted home for a very limited number of affluent families of good taste. Your address in CARAVEL ESTATES is more llian an ADDRESS, it is a symbol of TRADITION and PRESTIGE — a supreme achievement in luxurious SUBURBAN living. from $23,-900 CARAVEL ESTATES 6621 S.W. 92nd Avenue • (Between Sunset Drive & Miller Road) Sales Office 271-1861 Executive Office 271-6211



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Page 4-B fJmisti fkridHann Friday. June 26, ONH the r^ealnt of Ooc/efw Zucker, Trupkin Exchange Vows Sandra Gail Weiss Becomes Bride Of Jerome Steinberger at Lombardy Sandra Gail Weiss became the bride of Jerome Steinberger on Saturday evening, June 20, in the Crystal Room of the Lombardy Hotel, with the affair catered by her parents, of Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss, 1430 Cleveland Rd.. Miami Beach. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steinberger. 8875 Emerson Ave.. Surf side. Newlywed Mrs. Steinberger graduated from Miami Beach High School and Charron Williams Commercial College. She is a legal secretary. For her wedding, she chose a white peau de soie semi-bell skirt with lace on the bodice and seed pearls on the design of the lace. The train was also covered with i.ir and trimmed with scalloped lace and seed pearls around tile edges of the train The eroom is a graduate of Miami Beacb High and the University of Miami, with a Bachelor '! Eudcation degree. He i now attending the Universitj ol Miami ilradui te School toward a Master's degree in special educal n lor physically-handicapped chilBay l hapter of Women's Amerdren. nan OUT will hold a card party Following a wedding trip to the in Southj;aU' Towers. North BuildWorlds Fair and Pocono Mouning, on Tuesday noon. Mrs. Paul tains by car. the couple will live Wilson is president. on Normandy Isle. % % %  MRS. JtROMt STtlNBERGtR Bay Chapter Party ff mroott wo MHtAUTv i ''*""%  "* v.•" % % %  I I ..... Frontispice and one of the inside pages of a free booklet with the purchase of Yuban Coffee. The booklet includes dozens of pictures and thrilling descriptions of the achievements of the modern State of Israel. If the booklet is not available ut your local store or supermarket, send an Instant Yuban label with your name and address to Yuban, The Jewish Floridian P O Box 2973. Miami. Fla.. 333101, for your free copy. JUNE 30th IS LAST DAY FOR FREE ISRAEL TRIPS OFFERED BY YUBAN As a service to our readers, we are printing below an entry form which you can complete and mail. Be sure to do so on or before the closing date, midnight June 30th. It can be the winning entry m the Yuban drawing to be held July 15. The winner gets two round trip fares from New York to Tel Aviv, via Pan American with connecting jet at London, Paris or Rome. And there's a big special. A $500.00 cash bonus will be awarded to the winner if the entry is accompanied with an Instant Yuban label or with the word "YUBAN" written in block let-' ters on a plain piece of paper. Remember, you can enter this drawing as often as you like, i just so long as each entry is mailed in a separate envelope. So be sure to send this one as soon as possible. You never know, and we certainly hope—, it may win for you! YUBAN — P.O. BOX 3700 Grand Central Station, New York City, N.Y. Please include this entry in Yuban's 1964 Israel Trip Drawing. Name Address ( i,v Zone State I enclose Infant Yuban label OR %¡ The word "YUBAN' written on plain paper. \v. i n< r-Kahn MRS. MATTHEW 1UCKIR Arline Joyce Trupkin became the bride of Dr. Matthew Zucker In 7:30 p.m wedding rites at the Doral Beach Hotel on Saturday evening. June 20. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Trupkin, 911 Sistina Ave., Coral Gables. The groom is the son of Mrs. I. David Cohen and the late Percy Zucker, of New York City. Maid of honor was Miss Linda Berger. Best man for the groom was Dr. Barton I'akull Ushers included Alan Scheinman, the groom's cousin, and Denis Trupkin, brother of the bride. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of bouquet taffeta and reembroidered alencon lace. The bodice featured a portrait neckline and Dior-length sleeves ol lace. The bell-shaped skirt was draped to the back and held with loops of taffeta and a selfrose. Her bouffant veil fell from a matching crown of lace and pearls. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and attended the University „f Fln .da. where she was a member Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority nn J vania and State UniversihT2 New York College of MedicJ He interned at Montefiore HoitiM in the Bronx, N.Y.. and is L, ently serving in the Air Fore* Homestead Air Base, where th* couple will live following a hone*. moon spent in Jamaica. Dinner and reception \ u h^ in the Doral Beach Hotel ;,t !ne conclusion of the weddit : cer*. mony. V Benefit Premiere North County Branch of ie Y| and YWHA of Greater Miami is sponsoring a benefit pren lere ol "The Third Secret." ,.nn? Stephen Boyd. on Tuesdai ven. ing. 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+Jenlst> fhrkMan Page 5-B Ball, brother of the bride, and ushirs Included Jay Dolinger, Stanley Hurad and Arnold Yachelsoa, Flower girl was Diane Horde cai, niece of the groom. M,V K. Adler was in charge ol the guest bo >k Mr. and Mrs, Mathew Polak, maternal grandparents <>i the bride, from New York, attendli the ceremony, also celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary For the ceremony, the new Mrs. Stein selected a traditional wedding gown of floor-length pcau (.t sole, featuring a scooped neckline appliqued with aJcncon lace, short sleeves, fitted bodice and bouffant skirt also appliqued with alencon lace, Her two-tiered French illusion veil fell from a pillbox of alencon lace and seed pearl-. She earned orchids. lily-of-the-vailey, and stephanotis on her mother's wedding Bible She is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attends Pennsylvania State University, where she i> a member ->f Gamma Sigma Sigma honorarj Mr. Stein received his degree in accounting f r o m Pennsylvania State University, where he belonged to Alpha Phi Omega honorary, Alpha Kappa Psi honorary and Beta Alpha Psi honorary. Reception and seated dinner followed Club at the Doral Country Social Singles Dance B'nai B'rith Social Singles wilt hold a dance on Saturday evening at the Georgian Hotel. %**. A d IT< MRS. tUHH STfIN Miss Bail Weds Eiliot David Stein a double ring candlelight mony on Sunday, June 21. at Doral Country Club. Miss Bar ,ra Joan Ball exchanged wedding .vwith Elliot David Stem. Dr. Irvine Lehrman olficiated the 6 p.m. riles. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ill, 303 Coconut Ln., Palm Is l.-nd, formerly of White Plains. %  Y. The groom is the son of Mrs. Arthur Lack, of Philadelphia, Pa. Decor of the wedding was car,ed out in gold and white. Mafun of honor tor her new hrother,i. law was Mrs. Myron Mordecai. Bridesmaids included Miss Linda nitalaif BU* 8 Sharon Rubin and Miss Merin Levy Best man was David Lawrence MAX D. AUGUSTINE, DOS. Announces the Removal of Nil Office to COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER 995 NORTH MIAMI BEACH BLVD. 1163rd St. ond N.E. 10th Ave.i NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA SUITE 142 NORTH WANTED Jewish woman interested in becoming HOUSEMOTHER for Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity at Gtoiflia Tech in Atlanta, Ga. •-jutiful r-* accommodations %  sponsrbOitiei nclude taking care %  kitchen on*' ation .is well at % % % %  < %  lint -i P'evous experience neceisiry Write: Warren M. Epstein 1 :32 W. Peachtree St., N.W. Atlanta Georgia 30309 Small Synagogue Available to Rabbi or Group North Miami Beach M0 6-6421 HOUSE FOR SALE Widow must sacrifice 3 Bedroom, 2' I Rath choice area at Miami Shores. Excellent terms. Many features, low taxes. All appliances. Must be seen PL 7-3098 WANTFD MIDDLE-AGED OR ElDF'i.Y WOMAN Ml ..,,., | for room 1 I |l • %  •..! %  I' • -*nthis ad. *V 2;th St. Pn. 445 7457 Carrier AIR CONDITIONING BY BRANDON EVERV KITCHEN IS EOU'PPED WITH THE NEWEST AND FINES1 APPl ANCES BY GENERAL^ ELECTRIC GRAND OPENING Miami's greatest value in CONDOMINIUM Garden apartment-home living... i deally located adjacent to the 163rd Street Shopping Center The finest new address in North Miami Beach, offering each resident the urtimate in gracious living ... custom features usually found only in much more expensive apartments .. the best in total living in a handsome 8-acre setting superb location just steps from the bustling 163rd Street Shopping Center... and all the advantages of CONDOMINIUM ownership! Never Belore Such Luxury Features ... Except In The Most Expensive High Rise Apartments: %  CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING IN EACH APARTMENT %  PLUSHLY DECORATED, AIR CONDITIONED LOBBY IN EACH BUILDING WITH INTERCOM SYSTEM.TO ALL APARTMENTS %  CENTRAL INTERIOR CORRIDOR FOR PRIVACY AND COMFORT %  RECREATION BUILDING... P OOL AND PATIO AREA %  Privati ened balconies Waii-to-vall throughout %  Istora tieson each1 %  i63i right at) i loorstep: department IS Burdme's and Richards • %  supermarkets, phar;h more! 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Screened -in balcony. $0 7Q^ Central Air Conditioning all included from 07 vJ Studios. I Bedroom and I: Bath. 2 Bedroom and 2 Bath Apartments are also available Sorry, No Children under 17 &f In a CONDOMINIUM, you actually own your own apartment, deed ana a I, with an interest n a thi common facilities! You are responsible only for your own obligations 3nd NOT lor those of other apartr i I the buildings. CONDOMINIUM ownership safe, sure and secure! ountainview CONDOMINIUM GARDEN APARTMENT HOMES 1401 N.E. 167th ST., NORTH MIAMI BEACH Directly behind the 163rd Street Shopping Center PHONE Wl 7-7526 or Wl 7-7527 •



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Page 6-B +Jewist> ncridftcitr Friday. June 26. 1961 Ardmoi • MRS. BURTON CORLISS Werner-Kahn MRS. S'fPHEN FARBF.R Miss Stern Weds Medical Student Corliss, Teller Vows Told Here Mr ami Mrs, Sidney Teller, of 519 40th St., Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their (laughter. Ellen Michael, to Burton David Corliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Corliss, of 4351 Tost Ave. Dr [Tying Lehrman. of Tern pie Emanuel officiated at the Sunday. June 21 vows in the Barcelona Hotel. Mrs L. D. Frankel. of Glenview, III., the bride"s cousin, attended her as matron of honor. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Barbara Blumberg. cousin, from West Orange, N.J. Harold Corliss was his brother's beat man. and ushers included Joel Dokson. Harry Raderman, Michael Gallendcr and Michael Hoffman. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School. Mr. Corliss is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High and the University of Miami. The couple will live in New York City, where the bride expects to attend the Fashion In >tn ute of Technology Diane Susan Stern and Stephen j Farber have returned from theil Nassau honeymoon and will live in Brooklyn. NY., where the groom attends Downstate Medical SctM il The couple exchanged wedding \' ws before Rabbi Max Lipschitz at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday m MI June 21. The bride is the daughter of Mr. :nd Mrs. Samuel Stern, 1233 Collins Ave. The groom's parents are the Samuel Farbers. 5233 Alton R I i • I.IMI of honor was Miss Janice Weinman. Bridesmaids included Carole Farber. Carol Marcus and Theresa Scdlik. Roberta Farber was junior bridesmaid. Gary Kaplan was best man. and ushers were Allan Zclman, Jeffrey Stern and Mark Donowitz. The bride graduated from Boston University this month and attended Miami Beach High School. Her husband also went to Beach High and is a June graduate of Brandeis University. Reception and luncheon followed the ceremonv. malvC it memorable! • • • superb service • • • incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES • BANQUETS WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS MEETINGS • COCKTAIL PARTIES let as show yon oar beautiful private rooms and exquisite public rooms which ) Include Pompeii, Mona Lisa, Empire, Imperial, Regency Lounge. Important reminder: Edea Roc it world-famed for gourmet food and flawless service. For your next occasion, why don't you visit with us—you'll be delighted I JACQUES OSTADAt, Ewntfrc Feed Dirtclor} ntOfKi X2-2M1 OCEANFRONT, 45th t. 47th St. MIAMI IMCtt Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion i You'll find complete focilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party | for Information! HAZEL ALLISON CaSorfno Otroctor, JE 1-0061 St. • Coffins *w. Ardmort MRS. SHUDON KLAFF Klaffs Marry In Sunday Vows At Biscayne Here Biscayne Terrace Hotel was the site of the candlelight wedding of Miss Zelma Ghcrscovici and Sheldon M. Klalf on Sundav, June 21. I Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Temple Beth Sholom of Hollywood, of' ficiated at the 6:30 p.m. ritei The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gherscovici. 1521 Meridian Ave. The groom's parents arc Mr and Mrs. Louis Klaff, 425 Coral Way. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Max Sklaver. Bridesmatron was Mrs Ben Steinman. Best man was George Shafer Lien Steinman acted as usher and ( arlos Sklaver as ringbearer. In charge of the guest book .>Nat Kaller. cousin of the bride. Decor of the wedding was carried out in pink and red For the occasion the new Mrs Klaff se lected a traditional wedding gown nude exclusively for her Floor length, it featured peau de sole, scooped neckline, fitted bodice. elbow length sleeves, a line skirt v.ith detachable chapel length train all reembroidered with seed nearls and iridescent sequins and crystals. Her four-tiered French illusion veil fell from a rose reembroidered with seed pearls. She wore a single strand of pearls. The bride attended the University of Havana. The groom attended Boston University Reception and formal dinner followed at the Biscayne Terrace The couple are touring Florida rtd will make their home in Miami. Current Events Board An illuminated "Daily Current Events Board" has been installed at Cedars ot Lebanon Hospital to stimulate interest between departments and develop an internal education and communications program for staff and employees. Mrs. Doris Eckhoff, supervisor of nurses, jnd Harold Dunsky. director of development and community relations, conceived the idea. The exhibit is kept up-to-date and revised several times weekly by Chief Engineer Frank Sansone ST., working in liaison with public relations director. Charles R. Jacobson. Beth Am Group Elects President Very Interested ParentOrm ization of Temple Beth A m C elected Mrs. Joseph Solomon I president. Mrs. Solomon has been actiw in the V.I.P. group since fa ,„. ception. She is active in Sister. hood, as well as in many othefacets of Temple life The group works closely ^ the Religious School, and upnr cipal. Mrs. Harry ROSA. | t ^ ning for the parties held for the festivals and holidays during Ufc school year. 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Friday. June 26. 1964 *Jenisti fkrirficir) Page 7-B i Bronvon *'-iis Btudl*H /W. HtJtK HISS Chicago Home For Hess. Abbott laisies and Ughted tapors deco ; the Sarah Sulilons Room ol f Ambassador East Hotel in neago for the marriage of Miss iv Abbott, daughter of the \ Abbotts, of Miami Beach. ler \ Hess, son of Mr and Peter E. Hess, of Chicago, \ reception and dinner follow ,,i the Ambassador East. The ide wore a fitted gown of ribn reembroidered late and a or length veil. I lie bfide'S COUsin, Mrs James evy, of Chicago, was her matron honor. Bridesmaids were Hiss •..ndra Wcinstock. of Miami each, and Miss Helame Wayne, Houston. Tex. Joel Handlcman. of Chicago. was best man. Harris D. Cohen, i Miami Beach, and Martin Bro oaky, Stev'ii Conhain and George .oldberg, of Chicago, were ushrs, Mr. and Mrs Hess will live in uiago. Wariner Weds Cleveland Girl Alice Carol Joseph is now Uri Edwin Mack Wanner. The couple exchanged wedding vows in the i minium.t> Temple ol Cleveland. c. on Sunday, June 21 Rabbi Jack Herman officiated at the 1 p.m. rites. The bride i> the daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Allan M Joseph, o! Shaker Heights, 0 The {room 1the son ol Mrs. Natalie Weiner, 9851 S\V 121h Ter Miami Mali mi ui honor was Mrs liar r\ Lebovic, sister of the bride Harry Lebovic, the bride's broth er-inlaw. was best man Newlywed Mrs. Wanner mad uated from Shaker Heights High school and Ohio University at Athens. The groom is a graduate of Miami Senior High and the University of Miami. Dinner followed the wedding, when the couple left for a leisurely trip through the southern part Of the I'nited States, ending with two weeks in Jamica. They will be at home at 9350 SW 54th St.. South West Miami. MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They an unequalled In their profession. I They are the diUdo's catering staff. They will make t success of any party.. .a wedding... a Bar Mtaah*... a business


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Page 8-B Jen f %  *^ fkridiar Friday, Ju^ 2-: :3 J WOMAN OF THE WEEK Frances Entinc was born where that famous tree grew, in Brooklyn, but did her growing up after the thirteenth month in Chicago. She was the quiet one in her family of five brothers and four sisters. Every morning, each child wacarefully inspected by their mother before leaving for school in anticipation of having then return looking the same way. Neat little Frances was the only one who lived up to her mother's expectations. Graduating from high school. Frances took up bookkeeping and stenography and worked at it. Her husbandto be, Jacob Entine. rented a store in her mother's building. Catching a glimpse of Frances one day. he told her aunt he would like to meet her. Frances said she wasn'1 a bit interested, but Jacob saw to it that she would be • -ted: and they got married and moved to St. Louis. Jacob's business proved fascinating to Frances—hides— 1 she learned all about it while doing the bookkeeping. In 1!)39. because of bis poor health, they came to Florida. After ber husband passed away, Frances continued to run the business from bore, handling all of the books and maintaining her finger in each piece of leather. With a smile. Frances explains that plastic seems to have taken over the hide business. With time hanging heavy on her hands, it was suggested that she do the bookkeeping for the Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, saving money for the Auxiliary, as weil as giving her something to think about instead of her own loneliness. For the past twelve years. Frances has been a financial secretary and treasurer. In this way. she became an ardent Home for the Aged enthusiast. She also has been, and is. active in the Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah, where as secretary and treasurer there, too Frances is a quiet woman, hard to know, but behind it all slie is and friend!) and. as her friends say, "to know Frances ito li is ,i benefactor to man) pi -pie. to n ties and to manj organizations. Frances Is still interested in the hospital and the reehil ren n Chicago where two ol her brothers are S ; : in Israel an i pei impressed with te Hadassah Hospital, as v %  as thi orphanages Relatives in Israel Mhos* children are sabras help Keep the flame burning. Travel for n Orient and • how %  Music, a week as a Pink L Ij Ml S nai Hospil has to do, k< eps Frani • vork on her loom at night. Whet 11 of place mats fi >m Ft i teel kni ghted. FIANCES CATERING! 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The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiss. 5860 SW 10th St. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Manning A Mintus. 1755 Washington Ave. Matron of honor was Mrs. Rose Miller. Noel Iris was best man. For her wedding, the bride chose a short length lace top silk organza skirt and carried a bouquet of orchids and stephanotis. Newlywed Mrs. Mintus is a graduate ol the University ol Miami School of Education and teaches at Kensington Park Si hool. The groom is a graduate ol Brooklyn College of the City of New York and the Graduate School "i West Virginia, where he a a a member <>f the American Chemical Societj \\ • m i K.ihn MRS. ALBERT MINTUS MISS MARILYN REILH 'Y' Camp Seeking Scholarships For the Needy North County Branch the 'i UII.V which serves fai i'U' i. rlh end ol the I I fers net • rsei to the Seni u Citi One %  e : nds ret i thei e uld nol attend c %  \\ Blechman Hi to F Stoi k S M Mi r< .\l Goldberg, '. Raskin, I. E] Cohen, It. Salmon, B Oshins, C. Plotkin Moss Elected Chairman Joseph S. Moss was elected chairman of the board of the Miami Beach Firsl N'ational Bank al a re tular meeting Wedne da) Moss succeds F Lowr) Wall, who died Ma) 25, aflei serving as board chairman for 20 years Miss Reich Will Marry Rabbi Mr and Mrs, Nathan Reich, "I i eveland Heights, 0., announce the engagement ol their daughter Marilyn, to Rabbi Melvin Sachs, si n oi Mr and Mrs Barnej Sachs, ol Miami Miss Reich ia graduate of ^c -'maAdas Hnai Israel, she atten led Mather College and Brooklyn College, she is a mem1 IT of Iota Sigma Pi, national chemistr) honor society for worn in She was also a violinist with the Cleveland Philharmonic (>rchestra Rabbi Sachs holds a Bachelor oi Arts and Master of Hebrew Letters ! at th„ r.,„i„... l,Q 'y, 'titrj • Cuib. The groom is the son | u and Mrs. Henry Lew. .-*; Cables. ^ Decor of the candleligh !)Ub u ring ceremony was pn ,J! white. For her wedding, • ^T chose a soft chantilly l, with seed pearls, long ," nN sleevea and chapel tr„. n„ headpiece featured a boui ^ and crown trimmed wr cent beads and lace Matron of honor was V M, r tin Piafaman, si-tcr of tl BridesmaJda included t Eilene and Robin Storck UJM of the bride; Miss Shai ;. 0NV sister of the groom; Mri n Klebcr, sister of the gi an4 Miss Nancy Sue it. rn girl v •Miss Debra Ol the bride ]:• t man was Gar r and ushers included San 1 cousin of tht v. brother I tl Marin Fishman, brothei the bi idi Mil ha* i Br< Edv ard !< %  I he bride is a ati Hi 'h Scho I j itei has .i Bachelor <•; i' %  • from the i nit 11 Miami .-he teaches In ..t Caml City Element a rj Mr. Lev) i> a graduate High School, rii. Bachi lor of Business \> lion degree from the i ol Miami, and is a June ol the I" of M Law School He .a member ol Phi .-ilon Pi. social, and Phi Alpha lu legal The couple will live in • %  MRS. 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Friday. June 26. 1964 Jen isti Ibrrl, tr Page 9-B SISTERHOOD of Temple Or ^ Olom held an open meeting Hunlay night at which Mrs. Hank Schueler nave a talk enlitlcd The New Look—A TrimVou." and also gave a demon-! ration of static tension exercirs Program chairman, Mrs. \ Solo, chose a shantung ol yellow daffodila and ells Oil a field of white \ ng blue accessoriei com i i hei ensemble. Mrs Murraj Rosenberg was in iece print, featuring blue en on beige, with a h >kirt. the classic over .. %  ind an ascot at the neck A polished cotton was ii n by Mrs. Bernard Singer i polka dota were scattered immer pink, and the t it**- Mrs Lester Stein. The > si blu • as repeated in a %  lid color in her skirt. Mrs irmi el %  > a in an ice th .111 unpn d -kni and a chalk white necklace Arnyl was the chosen bj Mrs L coin 'lets on mut were on the overbli P| .. • u ;,v 111'.' ,.iu! d link and white in ia> M1 llarrj Gordon's • ti for t ; Her : I? I u <•. n ihf pimt jacket and matching belt that topped Mrs. Joseph Lehman's white arnyl dress Mrs Murray Kaye chose a pink and white pinstripe shirtwaist with a selffabric rolled belt, and full skirt. An ombre maize, two-piece cotton suit was worn by Mrs. William Seidman Her jacket featured the cardigan neckline Powder blue, in the popular dripdry fabric, was Mrs. (hick Goodman's choice, Htr sleeve less shirtwaist had the unpressed, pleated skirt. CSif-ERHOOD president, Mrs ** Aloert Levenson, wore a kellj green, polished cotton which fea tureil an asymetrically-draped skirt that gave the controlled fullness of the bell silhouette Mrs. I-adorc Fine's blue and white tailored pinstripe was in seersucker, and had short sleeves and a button front bodice. A blue denim shift with a wide sailor collar piped in white was Mrs. Joseph Rothman's choice for the meeting. Mrs. Jules Goldmark also chose a shift blending pink and rose into a geometric print. Mrs. Phil Zelman's summer black cotton pique was sleeve h in thi -heath silhouette, and had diamond-shaped pearl buttons to the aist. A hite shark skin shift trimmed in navy was Mrs Emorj Green's choice and wore the new frosted coiffure Yello n with a deep "V" neckline w as w orn by MrMar tin Hirsch. False Hap pockets at the hip and her neckline • 1 heel in nav 5 Mrs Redstone > two piece linen lured a black an 1 blue overbl tuse stitched in w hite %  11 r .1 hite box pleated Ibi' sleeveless 0 .tup, 1 • • worn bj Mrs Irwin I'i els had a sell 1 ibnc 1 bib insert which • istline The Puppeteer* ot Ameriea National Puppet FESTIVAL TICKETS ON SALE BEGINNING SUNDAY III |JIM HOTKL Collins Ave. & Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach JUNE 29 JULY 5 25 TOP COMPANIES MAT 3 00 • EVES 830 ALL SEATS $100 MISS ROSLYN ftlDMAN Miss Feldman In December Rites Mr. and Mrs Herman W. Feldman. 6201 Castaneda St.. Coral Gables, announce the engagement ol their daughter, Rosyln Mae. to Alex Green, sun of Mr. and Mrs Hj man Green, New Orleans. La. A graduate of Coral Gables High, the bride-elect is attending Northwestern University Dental School and will graduate next .lure as a di in.il hj gienist. Mr Green attended Tulane I'm where he was a member ol Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, He graduated as a chemical engineer from the Georgia Institute of Technology and recently received ins Master's degree in finance and marketing lrom the Northwestern University School ol Business, A reception in honor of the couple's betrothal will be held Sunday at the Feldman home. \ December wedding is being planned Miss Broun Now Mrs. Alterman Miss Arlene Braun became the bride of John M. Alterman in 6:30 p.m. rites on Sunday. June 21, at the Dupon' Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated. For the wedding, the bride chose a princess style floor-length gown ol peau dc soie with a chantilly lace bodice and seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and white orchids. Newlywed Mrs. Alterman is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. David Braun, 2181 SW 26th Ln. The groom's parents are Mrs. Rose Alterman. 1408 So. Bayshore Dr., and Mr. Sidney Alterman, 3301 NE 5th Ave. Matron ot honor was Mrs. William Shaw. Miss Martha Kent was maid of honor. Best man for his brother was Richard Alterman. and ushers included Dave Levine. Bryan Alterman. Bob Braun. Stewart Spector. Larry Bobbins, Joel Rilkin and Arthur Lazarus. The bride graduated from Miami senior High School and is nowattending the University of Miami The groom graduated from Miami High and the Wharton School of finance at the University ol Pennsylvania, where lie was pres ident of Phi Sigma Delia Fiat 11 nity. Formal sit-down dinner follow ed the ceremony. Alter a honeymoon trip to Europe, the couple will live in South Miami. late Career Start NEW YORK — (WNS) — Isaac Prosier, a 88-year-old Macy salesman who escaped the Nazis, was among the proud graduates who received their sheepskins from City College. Presler told news men he accepted his degree as another step in his belated quest for knowledge. The City College graduate plans a career in law. W, 1 ii. r-K 11.11 MPS. JOHN AITERMAN Spinoza Forum Topic is 'Fear 1 Next Thursday •How to Overcome Fear" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson on Thursdaj rning, 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium of Washington federal. 1234 Washington Ave before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa t.on. A musical interlude will precede the lecture, and open forum dis cession will follow. There will also be a dramatic reading of Shekhov's play. "The Seagull H. K. Kaden will preside. Thursday. July 2, Meyer Charilf will speak on "Free and Indent." THE HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI Proudly Announces HEBREW STUDIES-JR. HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM 0p?n to Students who bava Compktsri Six Ycors 0: Elementary School, Desiring un Acc-lerated Program of hVbrcw und General Studies. fnro/lireif limited. Also Now Accepting Enrolment for NURSFRY THROUGH NINTH GRADE TRANSPORTATION FURNiSKED IN GREATER MIAMI AREA For further Information csll the Hebrew •cdeie Ph. 532 6421 2400 Pineircs D.ive Miami Beach (WAT. 3:00 • BVti B:JU -MLl acMia %  .w ARDMORE k STUDIO ESTABLISHED SINCE 1940 JE1-3415 Spec ioli* in Colo* • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • PORTRAITURE • COMMERCIAL • COPIES I LL STAFF AT VOJS SERVICE 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD. MIAMI BEACH. MS. AND MRS. GELTNER Geltners Take Arizona Tour Bonnie Mooney and Barry Geltper were married on Saturday, June •>. at Beth El Synagogue, v nil Rabbi Solomon Schiff offii iating The bride is th.' daughter ol ii\niie Mooney, ol 96 SW 28th :,,i she graduated from Miami h and Dade County Junior Col She is .i medical lechnician. Her husband is the son ol Mrs .,. Geltner ol 3311 SW rd Hi luated from the i ni versify <.i Colorado and leaches in i iaroi. The couple wenl to Tucson, Ariz for their honeymoon lour and will remain there during the summer, here Mr Geltner is attending the university. The) will visll California and Houston, Tex on their return trip /BEDDINGS ARFVERY SPECIAL WITH EXOTIC GARDENS" FOR EXAMPLE. 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Page 10-B > ltnf nrririi**r> Friday, June 26, 196< Temple Zion to Install Officers in Old Quarters as Farewell Prior to Moving i 1 Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Educational Forum, points to Me Ami. krael. strategic stronghold for the defense and security of the State of Israel. Mrs. Miriam Press, co-chairman of the INF Educational Forum, and Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the Jewish National Fund Executive Board, looks on. Jewish National Fund Educational Forum Meets to Formulate Plans for Oct. Event First Planning Committee meetof the Jewish National Fund k '-lace this week in the Conference Room of the Jewish National Fund. Miss L:' Iman, chairman • JNF Educational Forum. stressed the importance of di> Fund : the JNF nd its future role in the develop• of tin State of Israel importance of this knoulcannot be overemphasized. >..id Mist i, M :r-ian -It ionly M has the kn li lg< and tfl be imbued \. ith the necessary devotion and to attain important objectives. That is why I am so interested in the JNF Educational Forum, for only through continuous education can we hope to spread knowledge lor the need* K £j lr tit daz c: of the Jewish Nati Fund and :tvital role in the upbuilding the land of Isi Miriam Press irman the fonim. ter f>3 yeai M ork and re than U : • Israel > The futuri [si eclamal soil n rimarily the y recogi i bjectives of the JNF Planare being formulated for city* Ide JNF Fducational Ir um luncheon on Octotx i %  %  : %  • | •' • lfi> Mir* '•'% %  ; M\ ;• Mia •.: v • Mir• %  V %  %  :.. • II > % % %  : %  %  Install I officers will be 5720 SW 17th St, II S rening: The i • last major function in the Ti old quarters removal to its new location. %  %  kfilh i;d. Hyman R ivta-h will be ii ed for hithird term as president I the i .4 < .,\;i.in Prior to Potash, n i president held a p ngei than two years An important feature of the Install] that oi three past presidents MornMarlin. Jessi Tetiler and Jack Deutchman. be \hg installed afirst second, and '.hird vice p.-oident. respectively J Installation will be conducted in the setting of a dinner dance, and the following officers of the con>n will al-o be ln.-talled: Executive board Samuel Wenia. corresponding secretary; Michael C. Slotmck. recording secretary; Sidney Pascal, treasurer: Henry Shapiro, financial trea-urer. i of trusteeBernard .T Martin Hammer. Eh S. Loa ;: \i irris B Marlin and Jack additon I i 40 member: f the coi : the new Miller p m Dta[rving Lehrman. VbramoUlai Rutchik. .iwell spirit er of thi man. %  ^nd various : all denominations who articipate in the proceedii Greetings UI extended bj Metro Mayor Chuck Haii, as well Mayor Clyde Taylor. South M imi; Mayor Joseph Murphy. Coral Gables; Mayor Edmond Cooper. West Miami, and the president of the congregation, Hyman R Potash The new Temple and all Its facilities will be completed before the forthcoming High Holy Days, and the full ceremony of dedication will be conducted some time during the High Holy Day season i-chairmen in charge of the occasion will be Morris Marlin. Jesse Teitler and Jack Deutchman. vice presidents of the congregation HYMAH K. HHAiH Beach Civic League Installation Set; Mayor Richard to Receive Annual Award Annual m-talation of new officerand members of the Board of Directors of the Civic 1. Of Miami Beach will take place Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. -t;irting at 6 30 p.m. Earl Faircloth, Attornej Gen ol the State of Florida, will %  • eaker al the din ner which will get under way at ; ra. Ri commi imnist, LarK.mast %  ii Rocky Pomerance, retiring president of the League, announced that the Awards Com miMe of the League named Melvin J. Richard, Mayor of Miami Beach, as recipient of the League's annual "Civic Leader of th Year" award. New officers who will be installed are Al Nas pit sident; Robert Schwedel, fir-t vice pre-ident. Louis Wolf-on. i(e f president; Murray Drexli a ;. urer. Maurice Unger secretary Murray Goodman : R a f. fel. Cecil Segor, Norn W Bill Click. .1., k Terr) Sponder, Gilbert w Walter Bauer. Mike Sossu erman, Harry Erlandi Gold! i rg, Joseph William Klini Thai, i ie irge w ini lo, Di Mark Mich of Cliff Dwellers to Dance Cliff Dwelieri hold i semi-formal d< >>n Friday. 8 30 p m at ; wile Hotel. Ii I a/ill ie la the music of bV Pan n %  % %  chestra. David Richard. join2 -> ear-old brother Marc M rman, in the home of Joan and Jack 1' SW 144th St lune 19. the man %  iz Grandparents are Mr and Mr: %  : man and Mr and Mraad MrFi. \ ling a grander. 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r&iaY, June 26. 1964 Mwisti Meridian Page 1 IB Miamian Wins Degree at School Bureau Lists New Committees D .Sedlik. son of Mr. and j ,,;.'; Nathan sedlik. 221 SW 4th • v( Miami, was one of 1,078 studel ho received degrees at the !58lli commencement exercises at laer Polytechnic Institute. Dr Chauncey Starr, president, Atom.es International. Canoga I'ari., Calif., delivered the com.',','• „ent address and received In H.rary degree of Doctor of m neerlng. Kichard G. Folsom. presi| rt,r t Rensselaer. awarded the 5, A total of 670 Bachelors, 355 ,i-ter> and 53 Doctors degree were conferred. Set k received a Bachelor of .ring Science degree. AI all-City football player at Mi. 1 High, he is lifetime presi,,-• : the class of 1964. He was A member of Phi Sigma Delta :it of the Student Union, a Fraternity. Sedlik played varsity r of Phalanx, the senior football, and was a four-year delev society, and listed in gate to the Student Council. WbO m American ColHe has accepted a Job with Boeing Aircraft in Seattle, Wash. tMl SCDUK Caravel Estates: City Conveniences In the Suburbs vel Estates Is an address estige featuring pool homes ,'. a suburban atmosphere and nveniencea %  11 Raskin is pxesidenl ot 1 I Estate*, with Kobert erger serving as general er and Nat Wynn as nlea nanagcr. Situated at 6621 SW 92nd Ave., Caravel Estates offers the potential home-buyers in on their lave.*', hand-crafted homes "for a limited number of affluent families of good taste" from S23,9W. Your addre> in Caravel Estates %  more than address," said Raskin "it l %  symbol of tradi: mi and prestige—a supreme i-nievemenl in luxurious subur1 n Irving Caravel Estates feature at no 1 tra cost an all-General Electric lipped kitchen, including built automatic, picture window ble oven: cook top-Eye-Hi i push button controls; 11st fan and hood with builtii 11 ntrols for cook top out of ii of children; Super-Grind all; dishwasher with 15etting capacity; and 40-gal1n. -.. ass-llned hot water heater. 1 tilths feature vanities with drrwers, geld anodiied shower and tub enclosures if desired, large plate glass mirrors, builtin facial tissue box, bold decor ativt -ile, and single level faucets on '! sinks and tubs. %  • •• features are marbclucd gallery, foyer and dining I 1 loon, year-round air-condihonini by Fcdders, fully-equipped 1 sunken living room with railttlj swirl ceiling in living •rei fully-insulated ceilings, galli rj • itrance and lamp posts. Committees of the Bureau Of Jewish Education were announced by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau, for the coming school year ot 1964-1965. The committees are still in formation, as new members of the board are to be added. Budget and Finance Committee of the Bureau, which draws up the budget of the Bureau and determines allocations, will be chaired by Meyer A. Baskin and consists of the following: Oscar Mamber. Judge Frederick Barad, Mel\yn Frumkes, Joe Zalis. Max Meisel. Leonard Zilbert, Joseph Cohen. Melvyn Frumkes was appointed chairman of the Adult Education Committee, which plans actively for Jewish Book Month and stimulates further adult study. Members of the committee also include Al Sherman, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Rabbi Morris Horovitz, Saul Rabin, Joseph Abelow, M. A. Baskin, Joshua Stadlan, Rabbi Samuel April, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Dr. Milton Lubarr. Mrs Joseph Dunto\ was reappointed as chairman of the Library Committee, which supervises the Bureau's Library, now containing over 9,000 volumes of Judaica Her committee consists (•I Mrs. Joseph Abelow. co-chairman, Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Morris Honigbaum, Dr. Isaac Unterman, Rabbi Norman N Shapiro and Mrs. David Muskat. The Bureau's Building Committee will be chaired by Ben Zion Ginsburg, with Theodore Berman, Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Charles CLAUDE EICHEl Eichel Appointed Special Assistant Claude I. Eichel has been appointed a special Assistant Attorney General by Florida Attome) General James w Kynes Jr Eichel is an attorney and certified public accountant Ile is financial secretary of Sholem Lodge ot B'nai B'rith. The 27-year-old appointee lives at 29 Alhambra Plaza. Coral Gables Hf IP WANTED FEMALE SUPERVISOR-TEACHER AND TEACHERS with college degree for community nursery school. Holidays, 5-Day Week. Superior Fringe Benefits. Openinqs throughout Dade County. Call Miss Schworti, Jewish Center FR 1-2786 Exellent Business Opportunity SUNDRY SHOP -COFFEE SHOP AVAILABLE IN MIAMI'S LEADING LUXURY APARTMENT HOUSE CASH INVESTMENT REQUIRED. CALL MR. MASON 373 3365 Weinberg, Leonard Zilbert. Ben Meyers and Harry Simonhoft, also serving on the committee The Building Committee laces the critical issue of relocating the Bureau Building within the next feu months. Anna Brenner Meyers will continue to serve as chairman of the Board of Review, which acts as in, arbitration board between teachers and congregations, and includes Judge Frederick Barad. co-chairman. Melvyn Frumkes. Rabbi Malavsky. M. A. Baskin. Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Louis Schwartzman and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan. Rabbi Solomon Schiff has been appointed chairman of the Bureau's Board of License, which is recognized by the National Board of License of the American Association for Jewish Education. Serving on his committee are Judge Frederick Barad, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Oscar Mamber, Herbert Berger, Joshua Stadlan, Abraham Gittelson, Heril Honor, Dr. Isaac Unterman and Rabbi Shimon Azulay. The Teachers Placement Committee recruits and placeall teachers in Hebrew, Sunday School and Pre-school departments It consists of Oscar Mamher. chairman, and Rabbi Shimon Azulay. Dr. Isaac Unterman, Mrs. Joshua Stadlan and Louis Schwartzman. Max Meisel, former president of the Bureau, will act as chairman ot the Nominations Committee. This committee will conclude its task for the year by presenting a slate of nominations for the Board of Directors in September. Ben Meyers, M. A. Baskin, Matilda Ratner, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Oscar Mamber and Al Ossip, are also included. Judge Frederick Barad will chair the Teachers Welfare Committee, which is stimulating the retirement and insurance programs for educational personnel, and consists of Joseph Post, cochairman. Melvyn Frumkes and Louis Schwartzman Al Ossip chairs the Public Relations Committee of the Bureau, which also includes Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. M. A. Baskin and Ed Cohen. Jan August, nationally-known pianist and orchestra leader, is now appearinq with his dance band at King Arthur's Court, Miami Springs Villas. A new dancing policy is in effect at the popular dining spot, inaugurated by August and his band. WEDR-FM 99.1 ON I Of K f.tfTHE 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. CLUB NEWS, TRADITIONAL MUSIC, AND GOOD CONVERSATION JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3:15-4:15 P.M. THE ORIGINAL YIDDISH RADIO PROGRAM FOR OVER 30 YEARS 0 THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON LISTEN TODAY WEDR-FM 99.1 OX YOI R MAL



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Page 12-B *Jeni§t fkrAfisr J^ar .. plays the act rdion. in i Mrs will honhen: son with a kiddush and heon, for in\ \U in (the sexi Scott Moore Torah C ion will be • Site of th.> Bar Mitzvah of June 27. with Rabhi Max Lip• "' is h. Mr and Robert U .o!98 NE 8th He will ,i Bible pre nted in behalf of the Molhe %  am r s.-ti rhood He is ai e ghth ler at John V Kennedy Ju; High School Mormon Sotenthol per of the Keren Ami of Greater Miami Kenr.eth Tragash Kenneth Alan Trag of Mi .in ; Mrs Si >-h. 3151 Sheridan Ave, will celebrate his I.'ar Mitzvah on Saturday. June 27. temple Menorah. with Rabbi \ r im :*z officiating Kiddush following the service %  rill be held a: h;home Kenneth attends Temple Menorah Rel .. ;School and Nautil Junior Huh. where he playtrumret in ti. band He is the Mrs. Ceil Consovoy -nd the late Mr Jack N Consovoy, of Miami Beach, and Mrs Dora Tragash and the late Mr Louis Tragash. of Saddle Brook. N.J. A reception in honor of the celebrant will be held Saturday evening at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Michael Freedman Michael Freedman will become Ear Mitzvah on Saturday morning. June 27. at Beth David Congre tation. with Rabbi -Norman V Shapiro officiating. Michael is the son of Mr and Mrs Jerome Freedman Entering eiebin grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High in the fall. he iespecially interested in and >ma!l animals. His fav. < rite sportare baseball and ten Mr and MrFreedman will celebrant with a k ddush and luncheon tor insited %  •following the service. • Mark Belenson Mark Belenson • Mr and Mrs. All NE :76th St.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Sal r ; ly morning. June 27, at Tempi.' Adatfa Yeshurun with Rabbi Johan E Caplan official Marc ian ei.hth grader at J ihn F Kenm Ij Junior Huh H. in th< and skin-diving Hi Lisa, Kiddu-h and reception will be von NO' Readers are having their i to th< Amend Tuesda] and being asked it A N Equal winch mty as the weeklies ii that tnoruted to cat tendered Mark bj I nj • Robert Klein muel April will officiate at UM Mitzvah ol Robert • J> afternoon. 27 5:45 .n Temple 'lorn Robert iUM KM • : Mr un Mrs Charles Kiein Jay Barr Temple Sinai of North Da %  : %  be the site if the Bar Mitzvah of Jay Barr on Saturday morning. June 27. with Rabbi Daniel Lowy official Son of Mr and MrGi >rg< BUT. ja> has compie Sons of Israel Installation Spt &rade in both the Temples Reli,JW,la vt %  ? %  IIIIIWTIWn JCT i.ious School and at North Miami High. His favorite -ports an fishing and bowling Guests ;^t the Bar Mitzvah ceremony will include relatives from Washington, DC. and New York Cits Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob ConqreqB> tion. addresses a 16th anniveisary of the State of 1st el celerrton by some 1.200 leaders of the Religious Z. rqanj. zation of America in the Americana Hotel. New Y lei\ is the newly-elected Chief Rabbi of Israel Lei Yen : ;e: man. who arrived for the occasion aboard an El Allsi Airlines Jet. Center is Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, president of Mizrachi, the Religious Zionist Organization of America Honored during the celebration was Jacob C. Cohen, raligic u philanthropic leader, and Rabbi Stern presented Chie: Rabbi Unterman with a gift certificate for the Yeshiva of Yavneh in Israel to be named for Mr. Cohen. Judge Harold B Spact. of the the Greater Miami Lod %  Frw Circut Court, will be guest speak> n "' Iwael, will b. >talha| er at the fifth installation dinner of the Greater Miami Lodge, Free Sons of I-rael. at the DiLido Hotel officer To be installed are S Hichart Murray, proident; Charli Michels vii e president; I-. I Hen, OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs (and furnishing* aMre ct from manufacturer I Daake, Chalra, Sofas, Credanzaa, Lamps, Ever/thing for tr a Office of Distinction rf •pace p ann.ns> -.' %'. % %  < %  • %  W—' SOBS fouth j/ 3ru a %  "HUM* TAvlOW OFFICE FURNITURE; tnc Steven Isaacs Bar Mitzvah of Steven I-aacwill take place on Saturday morning. June 27. at Temple Nor Tamid. Steven is the ion of Mr and Mrs Abe Isaacs. 9380 Collins Ave. A student at Nautilus Junior High, he attends Temp!. Ner Tamul Religious School K i Eugene Labovitz will officiate at the service, and a r. ppl will A in Steven's Barry Himmelfarb Bar Mitzvah of Barry Himmelwill take i Sal mi rning, June 27. at Temple Or Olom, with Rabbi S \pr:l officiating Barry is the s Mrs Himmelfi New Recipe Book Available From Goodman's A row <• : • • Coodm in Dishes by A Goodmi t classic of fine The enthusii has en ted is a mplin t to I Iman La Kitchens, and their Horn* emistwho developed the ret.: produced thi a< well athe fine photograph) The contents of the 32-page book contains a rarietj of 11 different troupof recipes that are listed from soupto sauces Trie tempt ing variety of well balanced recipes and dishes offers the housi wife a change-ofmenu. and al I aj something new and nour ishing for all the family Soups, poultry di-hes. meats ?nd fi-h offer the basic food-, but there is an abundant addition of vegetable combinations, salads and desserts, plus the wonderfully economical ideafor mother usual left-oven, of which good ;• %  can be made are available by -imply writing to Thr Jewish Floridian liami. F 101 Experienced Young Cantor DESIRFJ POSITION FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS Anywhere in state. MO 7-5077 n Saturday evening. financial secretary; and Ham Levy, district deputy of Goiter, treasurer. Pineapples and raspDerry sorbets. In A • %  R oil iooeifier tfiey make coupe iL'saoa ti at tin I -"*—-.£: AnJ you ve never had a dessert


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Ifriday. June 26, 1964 kwM thrkHan Page 13-B GEN. EVANS MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT Dade's United Fund Names Aramony New Executive Vice President Now LEGAL NOTICE William Aramony. executive secrotary. United Community SerulT of St. .Joseph County, South Bend. Ind las been named execgtive vice president of the United Fund ol Dade County. The announcement was made by Gen E A. Evans. United Fund president. The 37-year-old Aramon) took his new post last week. Aramony first came to South Bend in 1*54, where he served as associate director of the Council of Community Services of St. Joseph County. In 1956, he became campaign Ijrector and budget director for the United Fund of St. Joseph Count) In 1958, he left South Pend to accept a position as exec ulive secretary of United Community Services in Columbia, S.C. In 1961, Aramony returned to South Bend as executive secretary ol United Community Services of I St. Joseph County. Aramony holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Clark University, Worcester, Mass., and a Master's degree in Community Organization from Boston College School of Social Work. His military service consists of two years with the U.S. ArmyMedical Service as a First Lieutenant. Aramony and his wife, Bebe Ann. have three children. New Equipment Installed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE A new. automatic orange juice ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF squeezer; huge, automated dish^^^V'^^SA^ERV" washer; and a new coffee grinder No. 64C 7001 have been added to Pumpernik's ;x YIVIMH!I' AN Miami Beach restaurant as part vs. of an automation program instiJIM n 'J£ l J d fJf 1 A MB tuted bv co-owners Charlev BookNOTICE QY PUBLICATION binder 'and Charlie Linksman. JW^jaanit £ %  ^MB-w^o'omplalnt filed against LEGAL NOTICE WILLIAM ARAMONY 'Gershwin Ladies Install Officers inal organizer and vice nt tu, (i j ears in charge of Mrs, Saul Jar i 11 .:president "f the Gershwin Ladies' Auxil• the Rom y Plaza Hotel on laj et c ning, • %  !• officers installed were Ina Herman, vice president membership; Mrs, Evelyn vice president ol fundng; Mrs. Lorraine Scher, filal secretary; Mrs Mollie .'.in. recording secretary; Mrs Shapiro, corresponding secre Mrs. Frances Eilen, social | spending secretary; !•** %  Weinstein, treasurer: Mrs. Herman, parlimentarian. MRS. SAUL JARRETT 'Night at Opera 1 Set for Sunday "A N.'tit at the Opera" brings four nationally-acclaimed singers to the Miami Beach Symphony Summer "Pops" concert Sunday nighl al B:15 p m., al the Miami Beach Auditorium. Barnett Breeskin. director ol the "Pops" series conducts this third concert of "Ten Magic Nights of Music." McHenry Boatwrlght, bass-baritone; Elizabeth Cole, soprano; Jacob Parkin, tenor: and Salwa Mcrige, mezzo-soprano will present great operatic anas composed by Verdi, Puccini, Gounod, and Saint-Saens. Orchestral numbers conducted by Maestro Breeskin will include the Overture to "La Forza del Destino," by Verdi, and the Introduction to Act 111 of "Lohengrin."" b) Uichard Wagner, IN THE COUNTY JUOGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63567-B N RE: Estate of JOSEPH POWERS I I,-.'. IS.ll NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Cr.ilit.irs :uul All Person Having Claims or Demanda Against Bald Estate: You Mr.hereby notified* and required i" I'lVM.-iii any claims and demands which v..ii may have aralnal the estate • %  ( JOSEPH POWERS de.•.:,~.-,l late ..f Dade County, Florida, to tinCounty Judges ,.r Dadi <"<.ntity, and file the name In duplicate and %  s provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statute*, In their offices in the County Courthouse In bade County, Florida, within six calendar month* from th,time "f the first ouhllcatlon hereof, or in. name ill %  barred, Dated m Miami, Florida, thla MXh ,..c. ,.f June, All 1964 ALFRED POWERS \Administrator First publication of thin notice on the 2*th tlnv of June, 1964. i i*. ,v \ 1.1 i i -,.,,•• i i tttoi II. j for Administrator \ i. IJ.ith St., ... ..... i'. 1-l.i ii :'•'.. 7 3-10-17 to Dlvon you on Plaintiff's atl > GEOUUU NICHOLAS, 312 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami, Fl;i and ii %  • original with Clerk of thli ("..nit ,m ,n before July 31, 1964, otherwlai complaint will beconfessed by you. DATED: June 23, 1964. K. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: C. P. IOCKLAND I >eput\ Clerk 6'26, 7/1-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDOF'S COURT IN AND FOH D4D<= COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63174 IX ItK r '. % %  • • %  !' !. \\ EU.ISH •I NOT CE TO CREDITORS Ml IN rson HavI \ %  n .i and r. iln d naniN whli M -\ir; v Bl P i %  •N nntl l> 'l" me In d I in Section %  i thi lr offices in th. H Courthouse In Dade Com ty, Floi ill n siv ..I. ndar 4 the firsl publli atlon here• ,,r ii,, same "ill be barred. Miami, C'l Ida, ilii23nl ..< lum V.D ;| 1,1 i'" • iK KJ'.'t'MAN RITA TR1MJNG As Exci %  on of this nol .... June. 1 '" %  R-M'l Kxei HI ling A %  .. l-lfl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 6960 HAMBURG SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, va. FlM.KY .H >\l-:s. Trustee in Bankrupt) >. el al Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Beth .1 Weiss a k a Ted Weiss, as Trustee 30 i.,,. ksej Sherword Forest l.\ unfit Id, M>., sa. huael is Y %  %  11 are heivbj notified that the above captioned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit .•.mil of the Judicial I "ircult ,,f Florida .TI and for I )ade Count) to fon closi .. iii"t' -.'%  • upon the following; ,. scrl -I real |,roperty: I.,,t :. Block > of Ri 11st d Plal of II I'oi %  i \\l< il. r\r\ i I. 'I in liat I 63 i" Ing J Ipls \!.. %  !. CITY k 57 at Page ; ords ol I 'a. e ty, I la you %  %  : lir. I ansu i r with the CI %  >I in. and si rve ... cop) 111. r e,.1 I • ide !•"• Iluiliiim M II da nol ... |, i M ., | ,.. ;ri H i' i against ...i K. Ii. I.EATHBRMAX, Clc rk lorlda %  • H II, K. M I.VMAN I %  Cli i. i 'I ilntlff ,1 Bldg. %  %  %  •;:'< NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION iN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORiDA l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 64C 6878 V X u AT si • POTANO I •. • la T FOR D VORCE %  r, i,. %  jiKI'lllXK ll >T VNO SKNOWN • %  %  n i Bll has been v ns wet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 483 NATHAN PAKDES, I'..in \ s CARI. .1 PA l:\SII.ITI. mi,I III ITTI K SI Hi M rlj known KM PAR \sil.l PI. and if isbnnd, %  NOTICE TO APPEAR BY PUBLICATION Tl • BET riE XI >H.\I \N i rn crl) il K M I' VRA8Il.liT %  Blount Ktn N .1 Ii.-r li isband, whose n %  unknown, nd each nd nil unknou n p. aim by, ndei thi afoi %  KTTIE Xt>RMAX, also knoyn .. Bl IT riE \i i VRASII ITI, and if i, |, hi r husband, ha\ IIor claiming to i right, titli in the Compla ••'•'• K i: Lincoln MANol Florida ... | 'vr i;i Pli ad ..• ,h, CI. rk % %  the UlT -sill I .. iN-'ilA to the plat il in Plat Boo rda of Y, 'l AM i i: \. ii •!•' Y< il' are hei i %  HI THE JE-. IMiXE VXD tRDBRED I x m ,, this r.'Hi da) of June, A D. E B LEATHERM \N Clerk Circuit '""ii". I mile Count) i lot Ida (neal) By: l.. SXEEDEN i., put) i "let k 1-AII. KW1TNBY. ESQ. 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla., 33189 Attorne) for Plaintiff .....,, „ ., •_'.,. .:-in-1. ^t 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 6820 RENATE MAIN'/K1DD, Plaintiff, JAMES PAITL KIM'. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl • JAMBS r KVL KIDD Mailing Address: p .1 Box 146 I-,, eport, Grand Bahama, B.w I II, Kldeti. .I'nknown Y,„, ar < herebj notified that ;i Bill Divorce haa been onsive thereto n Ith 'I, CI. i above entltli ,1 : and :., aervt .i c.ipy of v nsa othei r. sponal> e •: Plaintiff! Attor• %  -. In ti Mlllei. 19 Wi %  < St reel M ami, Pli I da, ,>n or the 27th da) ol July, 1964; otherwise th. alligations ol said Comi will i,EB \. Vdm il I Irsl publl da: J i %  "i t,Ni FF u Adinlnlsl n. oln i: 1 Mian



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Page 14-B +J4miili fkridiciri Friday. June 26 il Henry Cove, 61 Passes Away Henry Cove, 61. died here folng an extended illness, lie a) 1491 Lincoln TitMr. Cov wu a past president Miami Beach Chamber of Com: ierce, past president of the Better Business Bureau and pas' president of Miami Beach Kiwania Club. President of Vogue Laundry, he was first president of United Celcbrat Palsy of Dade County. Mr. Cove also served as preaint of 'he Laundry and Dry nil | Board i I Its li and was ..i the Metro Zoning .I'd. % % %  : Degn • M : the Shrine and E i n( are his wife, Jean. .1 • II .: rris were at Rh rial Chapel, Alton Rd. w BASKIN. I!. I til 7'. •' ••" s\\ lUed June 19. Bet • • %  In •-' 1 FAOEN H • %  '" R>' IMIn EILL. Kl I1KK-" \ .. DEUTSCH. 11 v -. \ %  1 %  ml Av>. H ,,. HITTLEMAN. 1 %  • \ 1:1 \ GiLMAN. II W • x uli BEVY. H. nja 11 ington \\ %  MI Uron.' N 1 1; %  .1..11 SLOAN. I,i .%  n\. S V RIM LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE HffJRr" COVE NELSON %  RAGOVIS -...%  i STc.NER. n ChiLIPKIN. MlN % %  \ in u iinhtngion, -1.1.'. SCHUMACHER. Al n N ~W A \ %  S'-I'Vlcps 111 M l inn WEINSTE N. .MiMil. -'. I>l Rutstein to Give Report Leo Rutstein. director of the Southern Region of American So< ii ty for Technion. will speak at the Luncheon Club of Miami Teach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday noon in the DiLido Hotel. Rutstein will give a report on the International Board of Governors meeting held earlier this month „t Technion in Haifa. Dr. Abraham WolfSOO will present the weekly newreport. Irving Schatzmatl is Umcheon chairman. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N I 1 %  I Ml'. %  •• w ,v Ml v %  I. M I' ;;. .1 nil i lli HI h, Fla .. ... : :-1 • %  -1 T IN TMF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOft DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 63584-A IN RK Bgtatl IJEAH KATZMAN, a k a IJ5K K M'/MAN Deci need. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti All Creditor* and All % %  i-i.n" Hnvng 'latin* or Demands Agalnat Said 1 : %  il.-: rou arihereby notified and reiiuiri-d i" p re se nt ati> claims and demand* which you mt) have aKalnet th.. estate nl LEAH KATZMAN, k .1 LEE KATZMAN deceaaed lati of Dade County, Florida, to the Ooiiniv JUIIK..f Dad< Connty, and file in. name In 1' 1 r offhva In the Conniy Courtilouae n I •;••:•County, FITarltMn alx U< ndar month* (trail the -la'..if th.flrat publication hereof, or 1I1. Nam.will .. barred SBLM \ KATZMAN SOI, ALEXANDER Ml.n. 1 HI.I. in.-in Road Rnlldlng v ami Reach, Florida 6'!. 7 .:IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 83492 C IN 1:1: Batata ••( .1 A' 'i 'I! 1 'I •! M .S I .. :, NOTICE TO CREDITORS ra .•. %  .•! AH Pi raoni Havmi ... DemaMa Against Bald .%  %  V..11 ar.hereby notified and re%  1 demands w hl'-h '<-'i may have against \. % %  .1; .'. .In ..d< %  %  1.u.of I'M.I.Count? Hortda, i" thmtj Judges of 1'..I.' County, and •-. -.. %  n dui .: %  ai< .m IT. %  vtdM MS, Florida Wat' nnr 1 M li 'oontj. t-T'i Ida, : 11mania* from the time ,f thp fir*t iHit.li.atii.i: trr. .I • • • S I 1161 -SIK 1 1 i|" i> Rl ..-:.; N I %  DUOS HKLI.INUKU XVII. 1 ,1AM i "!" '.Al.\. Fin1 I %  %  : %  n %  • %  ti. IX 1 SIMON. HAYS I DIIINIiWKIM I: Mosea ( .r in d war g Ittorne) I.. 1 H 1! ill'llliK 1-16-17 \V. W EIS S KM'"SKV .'.BRVS K A R N %  SHOiRO. VI \v •• \ • TIGERMAN I J um L I B O W. I %  11 \ KI Vi • MATHEY. .MlII. %  N'K 1 si ::-•-.! %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \.i|'l. 1: is HKREIJY I1IVE.N I I he uiuii rlcni il. di Hiring t.. • %  lni*in. >> iinilei ihe fir Ittoua nan \ 1:1' COHEN COMPANY Bl Palm '..••: %  Iflaleah, K In(pud in 1... 1-.. 1 mild nnm< I Ihi c-|. 1 k ol Ihl 1' 1. nt 1 "o II ul I 'i % %  • .l.i A i:n COHEN MAX COHEN PR X.vK %  IHEN ROnBRT H TR \l'i:i< : AIL. 1 in-\ f.ii \|.I'll, ants -"-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ..„ run OAUE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63447 B S V.'ll.l.l \ \l Rl -SIN. ,%  .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ha\ :. %  %  Ida. %  %  1 %  ts Adl %  1 XSI.KK It KKItDIB I %  • \\ I %  lid, • IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID* IN PROBATE No. 63608-A li ..I I.Ki iNA I'lUNCB |.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 MI r. 1 -. %  ii Vi'U art* hen %  \ %  ,i\. 1; .1. .nl : \ %  1 %  1 -i i-ndai • %  1 hi -.. %  will bi 1 ..it. .1 u| M .. n >' oi 1. 1 H. v ..! .1-111. \ 1 u II.I.IAM I. MICH \K\. \i-: \ •. • 1 1 .1 Flral publ PHI MH ..t 1 iini u • nil tli. 26th 'Li *.f Jun*-. 11*61 iRONUVlTZ, SILVER .v S.'HKI: Aiti.tii.j s f..r Bxecutur %  "7 Alnali ) Ii.iildini; .Miami J2. Kla. • %  it, 7 :-:"-l7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60845 A IN RE 17-i.it..f JAl K \\ PERM -I'l-. .1 k .1 JACOB WILLIAM l'i:i:>' IF I'. • %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Nl i'i'1' L 1li, i. !•> t • filed 11 v Final Re| IVtll IMetiibntlon and Final l>ihari lib, ..1 tli^ .-;..i. ul JACK W PETtSI 'l'l'. ., ., .1 .1 \i-"l: \\ 11,1.1 \M I'ERSi i|I". and thai ..n tl" ISth day of July. 1*6!, will .ii'i>lv i1I1. Honoi able "ountj Judgi .'iiini\ Florida, for anproval ..i ^.iiit Final Reporl and for diairltratl 1 „ %  %  BXl • II %  : -t; ( I. ..( I||.. %  I...V -ll.i II 1 I.I'lu.'7ili day %  •! M • • BTI1E1. ILLS. .||' -I.M' IN, I1A1 .,\ GR :.'l AillKli > i Miami, Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63453-B IX RK Kala ISR \::i. DAVIDS! IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,-,, x 11 Creditni P< >na %  \_.,m-' .-.1 •! notified .i"i r< ind di ilnal SRABI, DAVIDSOMd. „f w • %  ( H nlj 1 >ad< ... led I" "" ... in %  .11llnu % % %  %  %  l "" • • PI I.. '•'"' VI) 1 %  \ ON V A I HE COUNTY JUDGE S COLRi N 4NDFOR D^DE COLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63541 B : %  SKI NOTICE TO CREDITORS > ... ST.! know n .'ST.XMA >RBK 1 'III > WSKI 1 '.11111 Floi Ida, to tbi li %  %  ml flli %  -..in. 11 : • M\ II. %  RKKIIBRT KXI-I SHAPIRO, IKll... .\ .' %  Vil 11. ^ : iad II 1' IN THE COUHT.Y JUOGRTCO IN AND FOR DADE COLVFLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63391 0 IN RK Rotate ,.f IS Hl'RWITZ I.. NOTICE OF PR034TE 1111: ST \ i'i: IF FI.I HI vi I, PERSONS Till: BHT VTK OF li n .> ill ami leatai il. nt ha* I--. 11 rtmm -iiiil 1 '..111 You .1 %  %  from the aati %  II ..I ihi.* in. 1 .1 n<1 -li' -M 'an*. il .. ltd *.ilil will to inn \ %  rSKOROE T %  | 1 • • ltd -ii v ul %  ft N I l %  1 A %  %  1 "'3 • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COV NTY. FLORIDA IN PROC'TE No. 57394. B IN RK K tati "f Rl •.* V S I'KINMKTZ 1.. .,...,1 NOTICE OF INTENT ON 'O MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D SCHAPGE \.'i-.. -i ha\ • 1 %  • ';. cllti.il 1 %  %  ... ... 1.... rKIXMF.TZ rl 1 il hiii on l'|.i> IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60702 IN RE: Estate ..r IRENE ADLaBR. I leci .• %  NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby al-n iliai I have filed my Final Report and retltlon for I H.-tiil.uiH'ii and Final IIIMIIIHIII an L\r< ui.it ..f tlieatate of IRENE AJ>LER, deceaaedi ami thai on the -7th ii..\ ..f July, ISS4, will apply t" the Honcrable Oiuncy Judgea of Daue inty, Floi Ida, for anproval ol mid Final Report and tin olatrlbutlon and final discharge aa Bxecutur .i lln eatate i.f th.. above-named .1 lenl Thla .'Jii'l das ol Jun.. I>'.| LAWKKNCR XI'LKK ARONOVITZ, SlbVERit s. 11171: Allot ne] \.' -:. %  Rulldlng .Miami it, Plorlda "|-I7 :'nd on IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID* IN PROBATE No. 63492 C IN RE Bata •• % %  < .1 \i'i ii: 1 -1 ii H is I'., ,-, .1 NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PER* INS INTER! 'ED IN THK ESTATE > SAID I IE' 'ED INT V.u ..t. 'i.i. In m.tifi. .1 ti, 1 ten purporting t.. t.. tin i 1 .1 "l li lament of said .i di nt i i en admitted in pi ubati aald x ... %  -.| VMIII 11 -iv i-alendar moot hi from • ..f ili.flri nuuuVatii • • appeal 1 "ourl and ahoa eauae, if an. you can, wh) li nhould m.i -t.mil iinr. voki I UEORIIR T CI.\I:I; 1 'ounty .ii l'..v MLI.i'.A 1 |*|CK Cli SIMON, HATS .\ ORL'NDYVERf! \ '• -1.< \ Plorlda Flral un of lhl nol 1 • • : %  Mi daj ..f Jun. i'";i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63391-C |X || sin RVt ITZ. 11,..-, .,-..! NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11K Claln ICxlali •, 1 ...... %  • %  HI. ,11.1which > I h.. --., :...! I %  %  11I I %  • Dadi Couni I % %  'Ini.i.-..t 1 ladi Count %  • |U| ; .i. UN ., 1 stai ut.-. in 111. i. .. 11 i 1 '1.111 Hi,.u*. 111 I'lul.. • .HIT'. I 111 nrithln six 1 aland min ihn from tin tm.. ..1 tli. flrat publication nr the -am.\\ ill bi barn d. In.t.il ol .Miami. Florida, Mil* day "i June, AH. 16I ABRAHAM SCHAFER Aa Executor Flral publication "f Ihi* n..ii.-. the r.tli day of June, 1*61 THE0D0RK I! XICI.SOX RICHARD A NELSON Attorney* for Kxeiutnr t;..'. Lin. ..in Rd Miami Beach, i"iu i, :•-'.: %  19: %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 633S1 C IN" RE Retate "f tll'KTAV KHI!i:NCI...n. I... .1-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All Pernona Hav. Ina Clalnta or Demanda tgalnal S....I Ketatc: Vou .1. hereby notified an.I r.-I'll' .1 In ;.• -.lit mi .1 .iiiil il. in.in u which you in.n have agalnxl Hi.. .-1 itof ni'srw KHi:i:\i'i:i,i' 1. %  .1 laii of 1 '.i'i. • 'ouni.. 1 to the County Judgea of I hide Coun Iy, and file thr aame In dupllcati .. :ipro\ di 'I in Section '". II. Florida StatutcK, in their offlcei In the 1 13 %  11 it.... 1-.. in 1 i;ni.. 1 ',.-i.]r. Ida, .-I. 11 -i.\ calend ir montl th. tun. ..f the flral uublicatlon hi n nf. or ihe *.i in.will be bai 1 1 1 Dated at Miami. Florida, il. rta M All 1961 MALI \N.Vi: Si-HMLLZLl: AS Exi uli i\ publication '.f till.* nol Ihe '.ili da) of June, 1964 K IK I \\ LI.I.ISi-H for Batate "f OCSTAV BIIRENFEI H 167 Alin.i I.. .\\ ,• 1',,. .,1 iat.li • %  %  %  il M: •' IN THE COLNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROLATE No 59005-A IX II Ml.1.1 VX KR \ I -I .-..I. NOTICE OF INTENT. ON TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Nl 'I'I' i: IK hri-ph) glvci %  i .. t I have f :. .1 m. I" n.1. !:.; %  • anil Petition for Diatrtbutlon and Final I Hi '..:-• an Bxet'ulor "i Ihi eatati ol Lil.l.l \N KRACSg, decegaed i d thai on tliISth da) "f July, 1964, trill apatj t port and fni olatrll utlon and final diwbarge .,Bxeeutor > %  ihe eatati ol ili. aliovi named dacadi Tin* lath da) nl J un. 964 MARK KAII.VN Bxi < .in.; ARi 'NOVITZ. Sll.\ Kit & %  IIKll Att'Tll.v.-. 6nf Aim lei '! %  •" •-riir Miami ft, Florida I/I2-M-M, 1 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COl IOR DADE COUN IN C H .. ,.4C NOTICE DY PL El 1 I..-'.'. %  %  • 1. %  \ I'LI JIN I' I fit I 1.1: criiKiix, t.\ • 1 %  1. Oaili 1 i• '• %  1 %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRv FLORIDA IN AND E0 D-:i COUNTY. IN CHANCEE No 64C 6727 tl.XRiII I '. • n • %  M. \ K i.M K M Kl''. %  NOT.CE TO DEFENC mMINICK v 1 1: iiln %  • %  \. .. ^•' .1 KRK HKRKI NoTII .... 1 %  1. .. 1. 1.. 1 ,. 1 t. I ,1, %  1 %  \ IKRMAX. 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICK IS HEREBY rjlVI ni 'l. .1. -11 mi.%  I %  • indi %  n name f c VMII.LI: \r VKTMIN rs c.r 1] Waj Miami, 1 ,„ )s tl .1 name Itb ihi clerk of fh 'ii in Court ..1 1.... 1. County Floi LI.1 14 M;|V N HAXKoFF ROBERT II TRAITUQ AH ornc) for Applicant '-•-!?.;u 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 I ION NIK 1: 11 In 11: PI iiiil %  \ BIi\v \in 1 1 II:N YS 111.. %  SUIT FOR D VORCE T> %  RDM \lll> DBNI T "i •• iR ItBSIHBNCK 1 SKXoWN • ii. rel.) i i.tifii.. "i •' mplalni fin |l\ • : been Inal -, ,, 1 rrve a co| ., An• "' Pleadll Ihe Bill ol Com' liI %  I'M I. KWITNKY Mian 1 • .• h, Flo ni. •1 Ign .J Mi-u. 1 %  i'i..,i n K |n ihi %  nl the Cli • 1 .-ir.ult "lirt n ..r 1 1. 1 )al .,, • 1 '•• 1 It you I ill %  •• .. -.. jiidgm.iit I.) default Mill I'a... n Sk; .,in,\ i, r i( III • ni'. Il lorn, U) I, SXI ...... Ijpplltj "'Itlll CM I. KWIT9KY IN Liii.nln Rqad MLi in, r. Aitm 11. f |.,i I'l.iintl 1 %  7 J-i„ NOTICE BY P^DL.CAIN THE C1RCU1T COURT OF r-: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC I -| FLORIDA IN AND F0 C COUNTY. IN CHANCEP No. 64C 6728 I \ WES Mi IREI. \N1>. \ LI:I.\ M vi: iMOREL \Ni. 1 %  • 1.1..1.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO I.LI.A MAE IU< IRELA.N • It. M.I. in %  I'nkon ti V..11. UiiA MAE 1' MORI INI I ai.hen b) noUOod lhal ., nil 1 'omplalni f..i 1 leo i aa nan 1 ulagainai you, and you are rei %  1 laarva .. ...j.> ,,1 > v m Anawai 1 I IIIK t.. tiip um ( ,f Ooaiplalni -r f Ltn 11 r Ati..in.-v Rji hard 1 >-". N K s,.. i.nd Avenue, j Florida ami Die tin 1 Iglnal An.*or l'.. ..IIHK In the offki : '1 Clel • %  ( th. i "Irpnlt i '..in i on oi I afore I -nil ,I;i> nt July. 19(1 II VOU I t'l 10, do eo, jiidgmpni b) %  :.'.ult -.Il hp taken agalnKt you for ih n maaded In Unlull ol Contii Thin ii..ti.-. nhall hi i'uM -i i eai li wr.-k for loui "i.-. i'i in THK JEWISH Kl."i:ll'l IxiNK AXD ORDKRKIl al 'liinn. Florida, Ihi16th da) of .1 \ H I K I! I.ClTIIKliM AN • u Uoul i I lade i ouni) I >rida • -..l li> : M IRilUERITK %  %  jerk RICHARD Mi 'L'l' >N n \ i • -.. i ATI M..im Fla PL 7 • Mt..in. ntlff I s I I ..... V.NN ,:,. Cli llAUII Attor" \ TI %  Ins i .. • 'l i %  %  %  '. 1 I '. I l"l I N | NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE L N' TH'I-: IS HEREIIV UIVKN" th.mill, i.itiu-.I. daali IU i liu> aoaa ui di i the f %  i % %  %  \i-i:.\ MAUNAVOX SIloW M'l.'.V-MA'.s W' \. M \': N vn\ SHOWCASE al .'.'..•; Ilia. Mi m.i. Fla inland •• %  n namea alth the fli of t '..un of liitil.. ••..un i PRANK Rl DICH RI'ZANXK LI I'ICII MKI.VI.N Rl |i|i*H HARVBT Kl l/l! 1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LA NOTICE IS HER Kit V un Hi. otldi-rr.lcil.il I i 1 T' i\VN Mm Li %  a I I It'" N ... F • I I'" I 1 L ... .' •1 I I ^ \ I I I I I I I I" VV.-THI. |-|. r | nriil rpgtel i name l lh i of th* Circuit Florida %  SUSANNA A M l 'N %  w MARVIN .-i Mll.H Aiiurut) foi Suaanna v M % %  %  i l/U



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"ridcy. Jur.5 26. 1964 h nisti nnrirhnr Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE \or:ce UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I:I:I:Y (IIVEN thai I. siring to engagi In ,., .,. • fictitious name c.f : iN .-, %  SHINE PARLOR al ,, N ,. \ ken UP, Miami, i".i ,.. ^ -• %  i -aid name Ith ,; V in i"ourl of 1 'ad, Kloriua. | IANIKI. CANTY, Bole Owner PlULKWITNLY g||vi -' %  ; '' '' '" v %  •'• lllll> I for Alicant %  in i:v i 1/5-11-19-16 tj THE COLNTY JUDGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. .-LORIOA IN PROBATE \o 63032 A n RBDB, \OTiCE TO CREDITORS \:t 'pi All I\ rsons Hn) andi Against SuUI notli '• %  and i > ,i -i nj i lalma and de ,' in..^ ha>i uaainHt v.i ST WBEDE, .i. |i ide County, Few Ida • lues nf [>ade Counin,. In duplicate and -• %  %  : n : 13 16, Florida office In lhe ''" in l >ade 'IIIIIH* bluri • ndar mom hfl from rat publli .11..ii li.i. M be l..i rred Florida, thlt ,...' %  \ l> 1964 Kt'R WELLISCH \ i \.. ii of thla nntlci ,.r. %  1964. %  I • tug 1st \ Coral i iabli l : i :. : n '_ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT -HO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NJ 63353-C :'. \ LI I RKNPI :i.i i, DAYCM .So BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE Underground Judaism Cr. '964. Dortnu f'odlilll NOTICE TO CREDITORS II %  -1 KB id I 11 1 Kstati lifted and r< Vou M • i !'• • %  • .in> i .I.-i|ulr< .1 : : I mlU ll %  'i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63538 B j IN KK l H 11.1 'l.i: VKI'K i: VVKHSTKR I.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS r All Cretin mid All Person* Ilav• • I •• ml I t ma) ha\ •• attain*! %  %  .-. %  MAI.V1NA KHKKN i. ,.f I >ade i'. .HIM v. ilu, • %  Count) J idgei ul l >a I'm .II-. .ii l >ade Counida, i Hi In six i al< mi. •' 'h* from IIMI. nf the fsrsl %  II ..r Hi.same ill .1 i .(i v. • Floi Ida, this -Mb Maj v • 1964. UAKIANNi: SCHMKIJ5ER As Kvecutrlx t pnbtli • ,.it.,i. ii. i ..i, .,. a.• % %  i |JT w I 1.1 %  U • • Ina lihrei I'. • -• .1 Vlmei In Ai >li n.i. -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 632J0-B •' I"-'., i:. >It< IK -I \ lKit, NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Credit" il All Pi-reoi H .. • uidr \ :.i i. %  i • %  I and ieii) ['lalmi and ill hH maj havi ,iKain>i late nl nty. 1 11 ices ol Dadi n dupllcati :..' %  I 16, I i • %  %  %  i In 'i" i ladi i int\, i • %  uleitdar m ntl if lhi m nu n hen -,itin v" HI IIM %  it Mia i PI I Ith \ i M.M'.n. .-'I.N.;I:I: AK\eotItrlX l.i' in ,,f thla DotK i YELI -'II •• ,.f SINllKI! % %  %  I rla A ll i ei PI • %  i %  nul fleil iimi re HI an) claim* and il, ma) havi ugninal :. .. %  11 Idi garde i: Wehslei il< I-. .i l.i %  • -i taili i 'uunt). Florida, (.. the fount) Judges nl Dude County, .mil file the Mime iii duplicate and .iprovided In Section 7::: 16, Plnrldn Statutes, in llu-li offices in the l'oun11 i '"in iii.-. In I lade i" • • 11111 >, Ilor%  i. arlthin >'\ calendar inuntna from iinin I ii" i:i -i publli .iti..n hereof ,or tinname 111 InI'.nit.i i>..i".I III Mluml, Plurlda .11 %  i — 15th da) of June, A 11 1961. BENNi II WEBSTER A A.liiiin.-ti ad :• i *um Tenl amentu Auni mi 1 %  II .if tlii> in,: |i i, tinftti in 1961 KIJ'.T w I 1.1.1 -i 'll Mi ni %  • fii Idi HI. %  i: \\ • I.. %  %  :••; Mm. IM Aii i '..mi ilal'li I .... LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6384 f>'EYM< 'ii: .1 SMITH. Plaintiff,, \ .SYLVIA SMITH, Hefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, SYLVIA SMITH, hS-Si l"".'li Mi.. i, Howard Beach, I. I Ni V'orh !• required to fil" your unner i" tin Complaint ri L)l) with the I'lerk "t the above Court ..i.i "i\..i copy thereol ujM,n Herman Cohen, Atty., 131U-1I Conaresa llulldinjt, Miami, Plorlda, "ii or hfore July Uth, 1964, or else complaint will be taken BI confeMed, Dated this Mh das of June, 1964. i: B LKATHERMAN i 'li ri, ••! th" i 'Ircull i "our! -,|i I'.y K. M. LYMAN Deput) Clei k t 12-19-16, 7 I NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW Ni ''in I: :.ii KKERY tSIVEN that I the tmtli %  VYi 'KK I'i. \' KMKNT CMI'AN> al X.H Street, Miami, I < -• i -.,i.| ii.i | ol Kadi %  %  .i i:*i I.N i i >I:I rsi 11 ii M \KK \'KA\ ... 1 I i. %  I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 60970-A IX RK i:SAM i I.I -I i.e.I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE V' ITU I | |„-teb) mi .ii tli.it I have filed ni) l rl .i ml Pel I "ii for 'i %  uini r inal i • KM II r Sam HI rccasi • .-ii tin|.",th da) "f ppl) I" till ll IIOI IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63369-A In RK Rat ate nl HAItltY C,iltlM)N awed. NOTICE TC CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Peraonn Having I'l.iim"i I '• mainl.Avalnvl .~.i"l I lull %  i in.hereby notified and required !•• in.—in an) clalniK and '!<•m.iii.lwhich "ii may have aaainat til,estate ol HARRY GORDON *ed i'i. of 1'ml" County, Florida, t" tinCount) Judge* "f Dade Count) i file Hi" aanta in duplland .iprovided in Si i I ion -• t| iti -. in their "tfii en ITI I he '"imly '"in thoil> I Mil. 1 ,.|l!ll Pllll '1,1. lllllll \ Ii-ndin montliK from the time "'" 11>j ii n In i. %  .i. I.I the in" mil he barred |>ated .it Miami, Floridi da) "t .' um A.U 1961 Lulls HEIMAN \ i ,. tor ol Batate "f 1 liordon, Deceased MY Kits'. HEIMAN & KAPLAN It) l.i M IS IIKIMAN All." in ..foi I A. ,'iUi.iI l.ld S \\ I.-I Street Miami, Plorldii 8 5-1 -IRCUITWURT OF THE >• %  %  TH JUDIC.AU CIRCUIT IN AND .' ', rrn r^A^c rrs,„,-rv ri r> a i r, '"" II and I n.il r C'l DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 64C 6670 %  I.I \\ ml M1NNIK %  .'Ml d KMEItKN' N KuVA NOTICE OF PUBLICATION i'i. %  an '>! v j in % %  |:y Ntl riPIKI i iii 'i I i. Mil la v;.,it iiu-i _*J %  •'" l i" • • %  • %  prp iiii"ii nd a* n-t ,, ii,.above < 'oui i '_ '• %  %  • .1 plaintiff*. The '"i %  • i IH fureuloaed la a I'llOW' Lt • II.., if SIIKN'A.NI" 'All. "•""iiiiK t., i| ptal thereof rein Plal Booh %  •. pane 'l "t '"' publli i |. ,,f |>aile Count). nor.rta. aald prnparty auw batng xacwn ai IMO H \Y. -.Hi Street, Ml"nn, Mornla YOU ARR RlKtriBBD to aerve a •py l your Anew ei ,< other Plead•_?.".-PhUmlffi Attorney, MARVIN I '" .acaln.i ,„ ,„ r Ilu rHi ^ f rw •'••uiplalnt. ,,.,,"'•" \ h '~ % % % %  daj ..f June. 1964, j> M a 1 '; "•••Ii nlj Plorlda. H I.I. \TIII:!:M VN .,,. ,, ,. in Court '' ** i: MUKEORD %  Mxnviv i : ''AnVIN I WlENI || '' % %  Miami. Pat. I-M, 7 1'.' I" • ; • %  III! i. ...i. ..I KKK.Mi IIAHK) 7. :.MI K ).'" l.i in II %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63261 -A in RK: Ketate "i HANS B I.IM'l.'l 1ST 1 %  •. %  a.-.ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Mi Credit >i and All Peraoni llav Ina Claim* oi IVmandi Asalaal BaW Batale Yi'ii ar hereby notified and required to prVaeni an) olalma and detnttnilv wlnoh you may have agalaat tlie eft.if "t HANS H UNDUUiMT lrt.'e;ieil late Of I '.id. Count). Florida, to th* County Jadfea "I Daile O.iinty. and Ma Ihe same In duplicate and a* provkled In Section fn.M, l-'l..rlit-\ Htatutaa, In their offlcee in the Count) Courthouae in Dart.Ci.imt'. Plorlda, within all "ilen*lar nionth*tri'm th" time "f the firet pubiunttloit i ereof, "i 11>•same lll be :• %  Dated al Miami, Florida, tilll-t daj "I June, A H l-it M.\lt\ ANN UNUOIIST \ Admlnlatratrlx i' i publu atton ol th %  notice on ith da) of Jim", i I.KllXAItl • • : KI: CRT >'f MYERS HEIMAN C KAPLAN Attorne) I I iniatratnx i M Mluml, K 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 W III I'K, \ II VNSKI. LKK VYHITK. I'. : %  lulniil. SLIT FOR DIVORCE T" II VNSKI. LKK W HITK I..".' pin • \\i nue M bile, \ iibamu I i tire hen hj notifli (1 tha of 'omplalm fm Divot • ha la i II Hiculnal >ou, and you are n illlireil 10 vi i ••'!') "t yoUl Vn-u.-i ,.i PU inllna i" tli" Bill id pluinl on tin plulntlffa Attoi Hi %  I'AI'l. KW'ITNKT, B8Q., ISO Llmoln Road, Miami Beach, Plorlda, and fii" tin original Anawei ol Pit adln| in iln office "f tinClerk "i im ctrculi Court "ii or before the 7th day of July, 1964. if y" fall m do ao, jii'kmi ni by default win in taken at.uii-i you for the relief demanded in the I'.ill "i Complaint. This notice shall t>e puMlahed once each week for four coneacutlve weuka in Tin: JKWI8H PIRII>IAN IN-Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of June, A U. I 1901 i: it. LKATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is...iii By: IBNBBDEN, Deputy cu-rk Paul Kwltnay, Baqulre ISO Llncln Kil Miami Beach, 11a. Attorne) t"i Plaintiff •/S.13-19.S6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTirT IS HEREBY OIVEN that tinunderelRi t I, dt u :,u -' %  "-' %  bualneaa under the flctltloua nami ol Cecelia Brookn Real Ketate l.n-.nami Brook* Real Batate l.i719 M Ihur I lodfi • > Ril it..,. h i'i.i Intend* i" regiati r anld nami alth thi Clerk ol the C „|, .. iri i>l i %  %  • Count). i'i"' Idu CKCKLIA BlltX IKS t; is 19 t< %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6072 v7. SEITCHIK .v WINS, INC., a I',-nn>> iv.i nia corporation, Plnintill. vs. JfYBEN IIKALTY INC.. a Florida corporatP-n, el al, m fendanta, NOTICE OF S4JIT TO: Flrat Natli.nal i.ank ..t Boaton, a national baking aaaoetation organised under the lawa "i in. L'nlted statea i FVderal Btraei Boston, Maeaachuaetta You are herehy notified that the above captloned action has been lnsiiiiii.il againal you in the circuit Courl nf tinKleventh Judicial Circuit ..f Plorlua in anu tor '•,....• ,.u„... ... i..i .-< i..-.a mortgage upon th,following ii.-. i Ibed propert) : Parcel I: l^.t eight ii of Block Forty-five tr.) "f CuMMERC'IAL Sl'l:i >l\ ish i.\ IIF Ai.id.v BbACM, i' ordlng in th.Plal thereof, rei "id. 'I in Plat Book •! at Pare '• "f ilnPublic Ueconls of Dade Coiintv, I i"iida. Parcel All of Iti right, title and Interest as Leaaee b) aaeornnieni m and to that certain iiint'i) iiim \..iileaae made by Albert C. Fowler, an unmarried man, and Idxie K. Haydon (formerly Dixie E. Sullivan), joined b) her haaband, C. B. Haydon, tins.inl Albert %  Powiei and tin -.mi Dixie K, Haydon (former1^ Dixie I-: Sullivan I acting in their '.i|.i'i: -aiinli\ nluals ami as Kxecutoi .irnl Executrix reapectlveI) of the Last Will and Testament of Dixie Lee Fowler, deceased as I. •--' %  ". t" Martin Realty Co., n Florida corpora lion, aLessee, dated Jul) l I, 1940, filed Jul) 1 f, I94U and recorded In %  '. .d i: :'"7:' al Page Ml of tin Public Record* "i Dude County, ll'.iiila. covering the following .I.%  i ii'.d property, tdtuute, h lie iin.l belli* in 11.1.1, i 'ount) Florida, lo-w it: Lol Nine (9) "I ill", I; Fnrty-flvi i i'i "i ''' IMMKRCIAL Sl'IIDIVIsli'\ HP ALTON BEACH, according t" the Plal thereof, recorded in Plat Hook %  : .a Page • ..! the PubIi" Records of Dade County, Florida Together uith the modification "f aald lease dated April 10, 1941 and recorded in Deed l".i.k 8153 at Page l?7 ..f tinPublic Record* of Dude County, Florida, Together wiili all atructuref and ImprovementK m.u and hereafter ot said land.ami iii" fixtures attache I iln'-i". and all rents, issued, pro%  • 'i. .m.i profits accruing and t" ai i imII. .in s.ii.i premises, all of which are Included within the loregoing description and hubeiidum Inr. ..I Also all gns, steam, electric, wutei aid "iii. i hinting, rooking, •laiii'ii, lighting, plumbing, ventilating, Irrigating and power -'-•.inan I fixtures, which now ai."i inn) hereuflei pertain to or Ii" used With, "ii sal.I |'i. Illis. -. \ n though the) be detached in d< t.n hable. You ai.required t" fil" > oui n -w.i t,. plaintIff's complaini i;li Ihe i 'lerk "i Hi" aforesaid Com t, nd -.' v. ll copj tin : i..f upon I'I.i lit torn.') s MARTIN PINK and l.EKN'ARD JACtl!SN, 11 til Fi r Dade Fedei al Duildlng, Miami. Floi i" not l.itii iii..11 .1 ilv 6, 1964 m a I '.•ii.-" Pro i '"iii.s.-.i \> ill be ntei .-ii .iu.iin-i you. Dated: June l. 1964, i: i; I.I-: VTHERM VN Clerk of tli" Circuit Court i-..ill B) K M LYMAN, I '. illy i l.i k Martil I %  S I :• n.i .i Jui obson Attorm > i"i Pli 1 Ith I loo I idi l-'edel ll llldg, Mill 11 : II '.1 6 3-12 -' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6068 .TOSK NAVA RRI I and I" iR \ KCHKVKRItIA de NAVARRO, Ins v\ II". Plaintiffs, \ PHILIP Rl\ KR \. JR. and ADELIN V RIVERA, i al, 1 •, fendnnts. NOTICE TO APPEAR Ti i VIRTI S SP \ a Pol. .in enrporniion, PIIM.IP RIVER V II: ADKLINE Kl\ ERA, JORKI'HINK Al.\ AI:I:Z. a k ., MRS. PHILIP RIVERA, .11: .Ii ISK l: IK VKI. I'i: |,fIS l:h •>. NICHOLAS Dlt.MHI It 'KVIC, i' i i V I K R i • iMKKCI \i. VKNKZOLANA, C \ i foreign i m poral Ion, K I. VS'S PEN •' IRLSKX A CO., SCCRS I'.A .i Yenexuelnn corporation; II n %  • and i exisl Ing, and if %  I. ."i and or dlssoU• >t. then iiu-i all unknown persons cluiining us heirs, devisees, granlees, i**ignees, llenors, creditors, truateea or otherwise! by and through, under "i againal the nbuve-named defendanta: and against nil other parties having ni claiming t" have any rigid, tiile % %  intereat In and to tin proper!) herein described. Real%  i, n. unkn mn. YOl" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Ci-mplaint for Foreclosure of Mortgage ha* been Hied against you on the t""llowin deecribed propert). to-wlt; IA<\ I, in uiiK-k IS of KBY8TONK ISLAM' Nu. 4, aceording to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 6." at Pane 69 of the Public Records of Dade Count). Florida, and you are hereby required to serve a cO|)) .a your Answer to the said i 'ompl i in L mi the attorne) for tlie Plaintiffs and file the OHdnal Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of July, I'.'bl; otherwise the Hlleaallona of said Complaint Will l'e taken as confessed by you. I'and: .lime I. 1!64. i:. i: I.,:ATIH:I:M \N Clerk "i imCircuit Court I seal I B) MARUl'BRITE MORPORD l'"i"ii\ Cleik Wi il.lsi'N ,v DIAMOND Attorne) foi Plaintiffs l7 I.n.. : .I Miami !;• %  ." Plot Ida C 5-1S-19-26 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! • Jewish Iki(1*iin •ollcits your legal notice*. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee) accurate service at legal raten Dial Fit :t-105 lor meseenaer %  enrlce LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63342-A IX RE: Batate of HERBERT ROBERTS. Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having: Claims "1 Demands Against Sail Estate: You are herehy notified and required t" present an) claims and i. inainis which you in.iy have ngul Hi., estate of HERBERT BOBKRTH deceased late "f Dade County, Floride, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate an I as provided i Section i3S.16, Florida Statutes, in their "in. "s in tli" Coui iy Courthouse ii I lade I "iiniv Floi Ida. within si\ calendar months from the time "f il"ii' si puhlic ition hei %  of, "i thi s.iine wni I.,barred l i.ii.ii at Miami, Plorlda, thli daof June, A D 1964 MKRCANTILK NATIONAL BANK OF Ml Wll BEACH SHIRLEY IIEKG AKxei utors First publication of this nol i iii. 12th da) "i June, 1964 Ki IMM KL & R' SERS Attorne) for Kxei utors i_'i Lincoln lid Miami Bench, 11.. %  : l'J-19-26 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63510 C IN RE: Estate "i KSTELLK Rl IS'LYN HAAS Deceased. NOTICE TO CRtJITORS T" All Creditors and All Persoi Hn) ing claims oi Demands Against Said Estate: Y"ii are hereb) notified and ret|Uired I" present an) claims and dent iwhich you ma) have against thi estate "i BSTELLK ROSLYN ll \ \s deceased lute "i" I Wde Count) Florida, t" Ihe County Judges of l'a-1County, and id" th" same In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Plorlda Statutes, in their offices Hi.Count) Courthouse in Dade Couni la. witlili -i\ calendar months from ilnlinn "i tli" 1'ii'st publicatloi .• or iln same "ill lie bai i ed. Dated ill Mluml, Plorlda, this ilia ilu) "i Jum A.D, 1964 l.i •! is s K vi'Z la 'I IS HAAS AH Administrators i %  %  i uiii lion of this nol ii %  tli" H'lli da\ f June, 1964. LEONARD!! KtlERT of M .' rs, ilt'itn.iti .v Kant Attoi ne) for Administrators l:in s \\ 1st strei i Miami. Florida :<31ll 6/19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63555-B IN RK: Kstati ol .III.I \\ M K i: VTZK, nlso knoa it ...1 .\l KRATZK NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors ami All Persons Having Clulms or Demunda Against Sani Kstnte: T .li'i.'l and reclaims and deniav have against Ynii ai" hereb) tin red i" present in.iiniwhich you Ihe estate of ll'I.I.W M KRATZK deceased lute "i Dade County, Florida, i" tinCount) Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicaii ..I ipro\ i'l.'i In s.. tlon 733.16, Slal ri -. In theli ..rfi.-.-s in the I'I inly Courlhonse In Dade Counts Pi • Ida, within n i ileiidni months .i tin i Irsl publication same "ill !'• barred il Ml um. I'l.n Ida, thia 17th da) "i June, A 11 1964 M \i:n i.\ w KI: \ I/.I: \Kxecutrlx Plrsl publli at|i %  ". of Mi %  ii" 1 .i< %  •in rtnt of J ti in LEON KAPLAN a M) "i -. Hi.in.in & Kaplan Vllnrgi v foi Kxi' in i\ 11 .ii s \V Plrsl Pti. el Miami. Florida 5'19-M, T 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBVT HIVKX that ih,undersigned, desiring to engage in i business under the fictitious name of M'lNDflOB TBBRACE APAKTMKNTS al H'21 Michigan Avenue, Miami r.. nli. Florida, intend to register sani name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of Hade t'ountv. Florida. (IKRTRt'DE MIL1J-7R HELEN EHRENBERO ADELAIDE LEVY UtEHE I.I'.VY n:\viv B, IIARS Attorney fur Applicants 1999 8W lsi Street 6 12-19-Irt, 7 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engag" In business under ttie fictitious name of SAI.'S TAVERN al R10 N \v L'7th A., mi". Miami. Florida intends to register said name uitli the Clerk of iln Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, sii: M'iNi' SALLAVOLLITO Si.l.. i iw ner STKPHKN KEKSLKR (iii'inn for Applicant 7 ;;-io



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