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The Jewish Floridian
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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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T "iJewislti Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume L Number 28
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 10, 1964
Two Sections Price 20<
srael Will Not Seek Nuclear Arms: Eshkol
STOPOVER IN PARIS
Huge Crowds Attend
Services for Jabotinsky;
Remains on Mt Herzl
THE SPUT BETWEEN LEADERS
PAGE 9-A
NBW YORK (.irA) Huge
crowds participated Monday in
the 4pner.1l procession of the cof-,
ntaining the exhumed re-,
of V'adimir Jabotinsky, late !
I" of the Zionist-Revisionist
ent, and his wife, Yohanna,
were brought to the Young
Synagogue for memorial,
-. prior to being placed on
for Israel where they will
;ried on Mt. Herzl in Jeru-
memorial service at the
BJUC was led by rabbia and
including Moshe Kusse-
Ambassador Katnel Katz.
Consul-General in New
^presented President Shaz-
read the Israel Govern-
memfa order for the reinterment
at the -i'i'. ice I.iMilcr- of the
Herat Party, includin Joseph
Klarta i and Dr. Arieh Altnian.
who i v to the iuiutjI service
from i .!!. uerc also present.
AU Jewish dignitaries and
reptv ntatives of Latin Ameri-
can ., vish communities partici-
pate! n the service, which cul-
miaj'id in the reciting of the
MASiOW ASSERTION
AJCong. Brands
Fair Statement
As Hypocritical'
By Special Report
i
YORK The American
Congress this week brand
arrogant" and "hypocriti-
-tatement by the World's
(orporation 'defending the
->rsial mural in the Jordan
B ilion on the grounds of
free t; ch
iaslow, executive director
B' ongress, said that in re-
M; a City Council resolution
ii .ng removal of the mural,
<: corporation had erected
ie standard of fair play
[fiitdom of expression."' He
\Zli (I:
hi Jordan display, a mail-
e id defamatory mural at
I Israel and the Jewish
D' ,)ty that supports I-iael. it
itted on the ground of
kaddish by Prof. Eri Jabotin-
sky, the son of the late Zionist-
Revisionist leader. An impres-
sive rendition of the "Kol Ber-
ama Nishma" (Jeremiah 31:15),
by 40 New York cantors, high-
lighted the service.
New York City's famous "Times
Square" was renamed "Jabotinsky
Continued on Page 3-A
MEETS WITH TURKS
PARIS (JTA) Israels
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
and Turkey's Premier Ismet
Inonu held a hall-hour con-
ference here this week when
both statesmen, each visiting
this country, occupied suites
in the same hotel.
Asked about the meeting.
Mr. Eshkol described it as a
talk "between heads of gov-
ernments of neighboring
states who happen to be also
neighbors in the same
hotel "
It was understood that
during the conference, one
of the problems raised was
the exchange of ambassa-
dors between Turkey and Is-
rael. While relations be-
tween Turkey and Israel are
very friendly, neither gov-
ernment has an ambassador
in the other country.
Says Middle East Already
Endangered by Powerful
Arsenal of Big Weapons
StlS FffCNCN MILITARY UNITS
By EDWIN EYTAN ------------
FAGE 7A
GOP Adopts Pre Confab
Platform Stand on Israel
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
Thirtj Republican Senators and
Reprcscnta'ives this week sub-
mitted a statement on the Israel-
Arab problem to the Platform
Committee of the National Con
vention ol the Republican Party,
which started meeting here in
preparation for the convention
opening next Monday They re
uuested that the statement be in-
cluded in the platform declara-
tion which the nation;:' conven
tion will adopt.
The statement, as proposed,
pledges to work tor direct Arab-
Israel |w ice negotiations, endorse
the Jordan water-sharing project,
and favors continued American
economic aid to Middle East coun-
tries to be used for development
to raise living standards "but not
to finance preparations for ag-
gressive war."
The statement deplores "reck-
less" Soviet shipping of arms to
Egypt and the persistent Arab
threats to destroy Israel. It
urges the integration of Israel
into the United States defense
system, "so that she may be
strong enough to defend herself
and to deter attack. It also
advocates "measures to prevent
n imbalance of arms between
the Arab states and Israel."
we will work for an Arab-Israel
peace as a major objective of our
policy. To that end, we will sup-
port the integrity and independ-
ence of all the States of the area
ami we will urge'the Arab states
and Israel to negotiate directly to
tesolve all their differences at the
conference table.
"We deplore as a setback to the
attainment of peace the opposi
tion of our IN delegation to the
resolution calling for Arab-Israel
peace negi nations at the United
Nations, in December 1381.
"We favor regional economic
i .'operation, an end to boycotts
and blockades, freedom of naviga-
tion in the Suez Canal, the reset-
tlement of the Arab refugees in
Arab countries where there is
land and opportunity 'or them
We oppose discrimination against
American citizens on the ground
(I race or religion
"We will continue to support
the equitable and constructive
use of the water resources of
the Jordan-Yarmuk system, as
recommended by the Eisenhow-
er Administration, and we sup-
port the water programs of Is-
rael and Jordan, which are
in the framework of that plan.
PARIS (JTA) Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol. of Israel, as-
serted here that Israel has no in-
tention of equipping itself with
nuclear arms, and expressed the
hope that atomic weapons will
never reach the Middle East.
Following meetings with French
President Charles de Gaulle.
Premier George Pompidou and
other senior French Government
officials, Mr. Eshkol. who arrived
here last week for a 12-day visit,
told a luncheon given in his hon-
or by the Association of French
Diplomatic Correspondents and
the Foreign Press Association that
Israel will not be the first coun-
try in the region to possess nu-
clear weapons, "not only because
these weapons are too expensive,
but also because the convention-
al arms now in the Middle East
are already deadly and dastardly
enough."
While no official communique
was irsued after th* talks be-
tween Premier Eshkol and Pres-
ident De Gaulle, it was disclos-
ed in the press here this week
that the Arab boycott against
Continued on Page 8-A
OPENING SEPT. 14
Jewish Question
Seen on Agenda
Of Ecumenical
ROME (JTA) The third
session of the Ecumenical Coun-
cil, to be convened Sept. 14, will
definitely discuss the proposed
declaration on relations between
the Catholic Church and Jews and
Other non Christians, the Rev
Fausto Vallame. director of the
Council's press officer, declared
in L'Osservatore Romano, the
Vatican's official organ.
Father Yallaine's article in the
Vatican newspaper listed the full
agenda ol the Third Council ses
tion, alter an announcement Ol
it< opening date had been mad)
by Amlet" Cardinal Sigonani
Papal Secretary of State, follow-
Continued on Page 10-A
Soviet Embassy Says 'No'
To Protest of Anti-Semitism
The text of the
men! reads: "In
proposed state-
the Near East.
"We will
assistance to
continue economic
the peoples of the
Continued on Page 16-A
BOSTON (JTA) Protests
voiced by the Jewish community
! here against Soviet anti-Semitism
were accepted this week with "ap-
preciation" by the United States
] Department of State, and reject-
ed by the Soviet Embassy in
Washington.
The Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Boston had ad-
, dressed the protests to the Soviet
Embassy in Washington and sent
| a copy to the White House. A re-
sponse from the USSR Embassy's
first secretary. Anatol G. Mysh-
i kov. stated that "acceptance of
your letter is hereby refused."
Mr. Myshkov denied there was
any anti-Semitism in the Soviet
SILVERBAUER 'ONLY OBEYED ORDERS'
Anne Franks Captor is Acquitted
fret
en a group of American
^Kr-'s seeks to exercise their
^pi -ight of free speech by
Continued on Page 12-A
VIENNA (JTA) Karl Sil-
verbauer, the Austrian former
Gestapo officer who arrested Anne
Frank and her family in Nazi oc-
cupied Amsterdam in 1!44. and
who has been serving since the
v ar as a police inspector here.
was acquitted by a disciplinary
police court but was discharged ,
from his post by the Ministry of
the Interior. He was granted full
salary up to the time of his dis-
charge.
The police court found that Sil-
< erhauor had "only obeyed or
tiers" when be was arresting the
Frank family and that he had
done SO "without malice." Sil-
verbauer had been suspended from
his post last November after he
v as identified by Simon Wiesen-
thai. a Jewish engineer and head
ol the Jewish Documentation Cen-
ter in Vienna.
Union, attributed reports of
such a policy to persons who
wish "to impede and worsen
relations" between the U.S.A.
Continued on Page 5 A
RABBI REJECTS GIET
MONTREAL (JTA)
Moscow's Chief Rabbi Judah
Leib Levin, who is also dean
of the Yeshiva in the Soviet
capital, has refused to ac-
cept an offer of a set of the
Talmud made to him by
Michael Garber. president
Of the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, it was reported here
this week
Mr. (iarlier. who recentl>
sent a letter to Rabbi Levin,
congratulating the latter on
his T(Uh birthday, had offer-
ed to send the set of the la I
mud as a gift. In a reply
from MOSCOW, written in He-
brew, Rabbi Levin wrote
"We have plenty of books to
study from, and even more
than we need. In my esti-
mation, there is no necessit)
to send your copy of the Tal-
mud to us."
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Predict U.S. Negroes Will Reject Anti-Semitism
By Special Report
NEW YORK A national Jew
ish leader voiced confidence lhat
Negro anti-Semitism, which he de-
scribed as growing, would be re-
jected by the overwhelming num-
ber of American Negroes.
But Shad Potter, chairman of i
the National Governing Council of
the American Jewish Congress,
warned of "tragic consequences"
if Jews should respond with bitter-'
ness. hostility and anti Negreism.
"a product no less terrible than
;>nti-Semitism."
Polier spoke at a meeting of
cause we are human, we are un-
v illing or at least reluctant to ex-
tend benefits to the children of
others if we think it will be at
the expense of our own children."'
He continued:
"We have, I believe, fallen in-
to the traptogether with the
rest of the white communityof
believing that public school in-
tegration in the North must nec-
essarily be at the expense of our
own children.
"This attitude rests upon a basic
fallacy] that our public schools,
already inadequate, will be grave-
gration problem, which has
many times the dimensions of
our problems here," Polier de-
clared.
the missile gap by pouring te -
oj millions of dollars into the I
richment of our educational -\
tern in the field of science. T
day we are confronted by an enor-
mously greater and no less dan-
gerous gapthe educational chasm
that separates the Negro child
the Governing Council, the policy- ,y anf) inevitably damaged by in
fuge Crowds
ttend Rites
r Jabotinsky
Continued from Page 1-A
Ire" for the day in tribute paid
the citv to Jabotinsky's mem-
making body of the America*
Jewitli Congress here.
In his report, Polier declared:
"The Negro, in striking out
gainst the Jew, is assaulting a
white world which he believe*
has short-changed him and
which he believes is determined
to take advantage of him. This
growing phenomenon has taken
place despite the active role of
Jews in supporting the Negro's
just demands for full equality.
troducing into white schools Ne-
' gro children who have been so-
cially, economically and even
emotionally disadvantaged."
He continued: "Israel lias done
80 without lowering educational
standards and without taking any-
thing away from pupils who do' j;.om tm? whjte chj,d
not need the extra help that is
given to disadvantaged immigrant "This chasm threatens our via-
children from non-European coun- "ility as a great nation and our
trjes future as leader of the free world
As citizens and as Jews, we must
"I believe we Americans can on,jst our minds and hearts in .
learn from Israel s example. Ihe ,, strilggle lo ciose thjs up-
time has come to stop fighting hf conc|llded
over what is not enough, in order
that we may join hands to provide
a full educational lare for all our
children.
"The time has come when there
Chair in Modern Yiddish
AMSTERDAM (WNS) For
the first time in historv, the Dutch
must be a major effort by men Governmenl has approved a grant
Polier said the experience Of of all races and faiths demanding; lor tne establishment of a chair
the Government of Israel in inte- the necessary financial resources1^ modern Hebrew and Yiddish
grating children of families from that will speedily and effectively' at tne University of Amsterdam.
Oriental and Arab countries into make integrated education pos- j^e courses will begin next fall
the public school system showed sible now."
that "with enough will and enough
funds, miracles can be wrought
in giving equal and quality edu-
cation to every school child.
"I do not dismiss Negro anti-
'Leaders' "of""the "American Semitism. But I am equally con-
list movement, delegates from cerned lest Jews react to it by
major Jewish organizations as alienating themselves from the
as representative)! from the struggle for racial JOftice.^ Sueft
Government and Jewish a
response
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thus
sell-defeating
the
will be
unTtie" abroad "participated and can serve only to fuel th
_il epremonv. and later at- fires of anti-Semitism and civi
|ed the special memorial ser- 'strife in our country."
at the Young Israel Syna- The American Jewish Congress
H, leader said he did not regard Ne
Rowing the memorial service. Si'o anti-Semitism as either per
funera! procession departed vasive or enduring.
Kennedy Airport from where Like Black Nationalism, it;
(remain, were taken by El At-'touches only a tiny traction of
Airlines to Israel, with a Negroes and is, I believe, a pas*
jver at the Pans airport. ing phase. 1 am confident that
hie hangar at Orly Airport in 'he Negro will recognize both
is in which the coffin of Vlad- isms' as sterile concepts offering
jabotinsky was placed brief- only blind alleys that lead to no-
liesday enroute to Israel, was where. Certainly the rcponsii.le
rated with hundred, of Israeli leaders of the Negro druggie for
and ''mi' flans in anticipation
"With all of its tremendous
economic and security problems,
Israel has nevertheless chosen to
tax itself heavily to provide the
funds, the plant, the services
and the staff to solve its inte-
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Polier said there was "no Jew-
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participation in the ecenomie
benefits of American society."
Few Jews, he said, supported
discrimination against Negroes
in jobs, housing or public accom-
modations.
The American Jewish Congress
leader added. however, that
'many Jews show deep concern
and great apprehension over the
current turmoil regarding efforts
to end racial imbalance in the pub-
lie schools.
"The problem is not one of col-
or," Polier declared. "But be-
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so long bi bo Bib its to
ate -who fro baled b*b ayiag
The : leo-
logico -. between Jabctinaky and -he
-= Oi ::.? new Israel she
soled almos- .y.
me Ministei i more to right this
mmj bc Bled
ky .3 home ot '" .-a
led ol a nab the aea-
bon of which he as surely nave his m*e as
I Di Hern..
Bi -"NAi. fffflURUi. M tWL
He Meant to Accept
aacow Chief ?c: ~h Le.b Levin's
refuse! to accept a gift oi a set -.: the Talmud
from the Canadian Jewish Ot speaks
more eloquently .- its im md "molity
man all the vehement and gffiaal denials o'f
c.-.ti-Sem.tism fan me Soviet Union.
When Rchc. Levin wrote mat "we heve
plenty cf nooks to study from r.: even mere
man we need.' he woe merely emphaeizing
t.-.e be then :s Soviet propaganda aboal the
availability of Jewish book* oi religion and
prayer.
Stones emanating from behind the Iron
Curtain hove time and again declared that
Hebrew and Yiddish books, both secuicr and
religious, continue to be published in the Sov-
iet Union. Reports by observers returning
from vuits there sav this is not so.
Rabbi Levm acted in accordance with the
will of his government. He is a prisoner of
its phuosophy and can hardly do otherwise.
For even I were true, he would never refuse
tne gift of a Talmud. But for political pris-
oners, opportunities occasionally present them-
selves to speak out This was one such. Rab-
bi Levin's refusal ipeaks of need and denial
rather than plenitude and acceptance for the
Jewish community to which he minister;.
- ~s the Democrat! tnevit-
... be the eaunraier.- -.-.-.

tnt to? The arguments :;
rre; eie .:-. when the platforms m :.-. which
''-^ the ceter'tc be seen
sard are dismantled and p_: away
Then, politics take the Hand th ideology
nothing but z nettle in i to ::;:.: back
to ?c- memory of the
beat ;: then rampaign orate
A Fair Assessment
''-- McbeIow executive director of the
American (ewish Dongreen has made an ex-
ceflent point ..-. bis orgemiacrtion battle with
World's Fair Jordan Pavilion.
Maslow charges mat the Fair permits Jor-
dan to ex.-..n.t z mural that is "malicious end
Etefamatory to the Jewish community on the
ground of free speech.
But he also notes that Fcir police hustled
off to jail pickets of the Jordan Pavilion who
were, in their picketing, exercising precisely
this same right to free speech.
Maslow thus deduces that the World's
Fair action or. rather, inaction with respect to
the Jordan Pavilion is bo'h "arrogant" and
'hypocritical." The AJCongress executives
assessment of the situation seems to be an
eminently agreeable one.
Fr.dav "
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T jnih e-o- a i" a aeao'BiJ tn Jwi" U"iy ana
... .. ,- a* v-i>o' at t j- a* Ta grao-c
*3>cy. Sevan Arta P'at^ra Sy"dieata. w-.-'wa "a
S*rvc. Nit o"a.' E3ito"ai Aaan *'~t-ct- *" a*
E-; ak-Jaaaaae NtwsMpet- ana tta fv 11 mm.
daring thf ted
.. as i see it
by LEO MINOUN
EROM M,
the passir.,
R.-tU*. Bui if. i ^J_
achievement .7^
mg about it sU h.^J
of unexp^ctpf*
have sudder.. -'edaaj
Southern iMrn Tsta* 1
i-ourse. do no)
the glannj; m,
Heated Campaign Talk
The statement on Israel in the Republican
Party plctform reminds us that bow .3 me
tor all good men to come to the aid of
their political ambitions.
This is a non-partisan observation. When
me Democratic Party gets around to
a statement on Israel m its platform, we ex-
pect to react in the same way.
Argentine Jewry's Future
The sad news from Argentina suggests
that our speculation in these columns several
wee.es ago had sound basis in fact
Dr Isaac GoWenberg. DAIA president.
hopefully declared that Argentine Jewry was
being assured of greater government supoort
Sere6 against ***"* cnd an*fatSam
That the DAIA must now warn the hooli-
gans ; -^^ :o ret .. ^^
FWBjon Show, not only tr.e rovernme:
fundamental failure to cooperate, but Jewrv s
worsening condition
Ur.ncpp.ly, we must prepare for another
penod of instability in Argentine Jewry's fu-
\ -m cilable lea.iers as
i2ens who hop*-
nation in blood before they finally come to heel and corr
they consider to be their way of life." The cooperav
phenomenon to remain isolated from the mainstream
soc;oicgic evolution is to dilute the strength of ones bar
tion in. the lareer political arena of the country'! affa..-
Some hotelmen may bravery ctese their failn..
intefrate. which tends to remind me of that absurd t<
mercai. where typicaHy immature Americans prefer i
to chanjin? their brand of tobacco, when what in fact -
substantial boost in their intelligent quotient. But w,
the Ku Klux Klan and the other white supremacy spokes.r-
their piece, the problem will resolve itsetf to a real:--
* hat the segregation:.^ fear most, the danger to both I
and economic advantage.
Hence the surprising cooperation in many area-
including Mississippi and Alabama, which has alreac
itself, and which is therefore reaih not surprising at all
mongers may rage in the d;.ing of their night, but a new
- *:> and ineiuctabiy. A.-.d unl<^s they are willir.
themselves entirely, they too a ill ha\e to face the da
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thf Saaj
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H>TtN7IAL 0UT/C4l AMD KONOMK POWff
THE QUESTION AT .mind nor le*.
ite of those Tesped .-
.
. least n art- a _

t seems t
Re*; tends to mssl .-:
-
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it i eBsseaetit


otenui
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:nall cons.,,
teresti role 1


ma -
must conclude thai wrti
rt. questt
:
iswi iibjik AfiiNAi of ummjmm
yyHAT is wcrse. i
-
|y on I
it prof
tbe year ahead Hi
ed embar ncj in ._
po\- king thai teems 1 t 5 .
pesthsJf-d
th no dis t inteadsd to en
abl-v CJFWF has acnx
uliarlv nil
readth of his economic'pov-
the vahM
poLtical str, gth I has al<0 ttktn ta .
In terms of the America.-. :;but;on. a rea
uation can only produce an eeuallj reahstie concha
the moderate intellectual Negro leader nas been aware el
.Ui'.r ^ oUPp0rt SP'r'tUal arki ot--'^'^ renu.red bv j,
he land. But the mass of Arr.encan Negroes went in La
Z ^?rmn! the "'^"n the wh,te man *"nt him so
Ino^r^.5, .are/mU,"lin* 'he praCt'Ce of'""ti-Sem.t
another political and economic Com in their arsenal tow a: :
T.Cl
. here
l-sflMf
ok;
itusj
rprri
back
msw4NCf TOucr against MUHM
JOMEONE HAS RAISED the question Whv does Amenc
feel 1^1** mUCh. t0 T> Nti;r0 C,,,^ens, And wh>- didn't
feel Slmilar compuls.ons uith respect to its Jews' The an-
thlnTri6" T*Z AntlJ** Prejudice u rooted in re
t yS nrCJal phe?omena The distmction here >s an atas,
it tood precanou>ly poised for some two-thousand vears on
anu nTmn ^',U-a' henU8e ,ndwd- Fr'"d tended to
o' jSaT Z "lbe Cnns,,ans an^ reacuon to the r.g.d r
1^^"" ^ UnW,U,n and fundamentalh
eLue n H Pierce inherited througn Ins BBBR
gogue m AsfOise) and of which he really wants no part
recoenifrimi au c,rcumstanc- the common vanetv oi
me W "e di;ff"' '" '^ quality of revumon he :
mx ord.^ UU>' r ,OWard ,he Je* ""'ouSlT. But to *
^t,l .1" circumstances: they are not orduurv tin-., -
oce that placed the Je, ,n .hettoes for two mPuen a
him m a countless number of .nqu.sit.ons and poirroms is
em-';;,W "*V,V'd,nfi up *ta not K^. e,
tern- but among men of different colors
tea'. VbCteioth.hC,Vil/Uh!S,,neasure ,S nardl>' a consequono I vm-
u-bJ ^1 eKUnde: x ehBe the Jew wl
n freedoms were won bv long 1
his equal and
handed him ea
the happy tol or tlu S
comi;. an insurance sei
com- ruphea- t even political a-
Continued on Pa 13^


Friday, July 10. 1964
* Jewish ncridUatf?
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Mediterranean Confab to Eye Arabs
Students at Temple Beth Sholom Religious School present a
check to the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal on behalf of the
school's Keren Ami program. Carried on by the students of
toadir.g religious schools throughout Dade County, under the
oanbcl direction of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Keren Ami
fund.<= are distributed to Combined Jewish Appeal and other
Wading philanthropies selected by the students. Seated is
Valeiie Jonas, representing the Beth Sholom students, present-
ing a check to Robert P. Forman, assistant executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Standing during
the presentation are Mrs. Royal Flagg Jonas, Mrs. Michael
Brumer, PTA Keren Ami chairman, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
chairman of the School Board of the Temple.
FLORENCE, Italy (JTA)
Mayor La Pira of Florence dis-
. closed the Fourth Mediterranean
' Conference this week with an an-
nouncement that work would be
' started immediately on plans for
the Fifth Conference to be devoted
; entirely to the Arab Israel prob-
lem.
He said invitations would be
tent to the Arab countries and to
Israel and other interested na-
tions, and asserted that "despite
, appearances to the contrary," the
Fourth Conference had represent-
ed a hope for "solution of the
Arab-Israeli conflict." This was
h reference to the fact that Arabs,
though invited, did not partici-
pate as they had in previous meet-
ings. Israeli participants ex-
pressed gratifications over the de-
cision to devote the next confer-
ence to the Arab-Israel issue.
Zubi Abdul Aziz, Vice Mayor
of Nazareth, expressed hope for
an Arab-Jewish dialogue. He
said the problem of the Arab
refugees "must be solved with-
out creating new tragedies for
them or tragedies for others."
He added that both Israel-Arab
wars had brought bloodshed and
destruction "but no solution."
One of the resolutions adopted
by the delegates urged govern-
ments of Central and East Europe
countries, particularly the Sov-
iets, to "permit free exorcise of
all religious and cultural life" to
reduce international tension Re-
fusal of those governments to do
to, "sometimes aggravated by
local excesses." the resolution
said, often provokes the "reap-
pearance of discrimination which
unavoidably lead to racism and'
anti-Semitism."
Mayor La Pira was urged to!
convey to Pope Paul the "intense!
hope" of the delegates that the j
Ecumenical Council would approve)
the draft declaration on Catholic-
.lewish relations. The appeal by
David Mayer, head of tbe League
for the Rights of Man, apparently
was prompted by unconfirmed but
persistent reports that a section
ol the draft absolving Jews from
responsibility for the Crucifixion
had been at least temporarily de-
leted from the draft.
Optometrists Name Committees
Chairmen of major public ser-
1 vice committees were announced
this week bv Dr. Arthur Helfman.
president of the Dade County Op-
tometric A-sociation.
Named wre Dr. Marshall Gard-
j er, Department of Education and
Research; Dr. S. Nussbaum, Con-
I tact Lenses Education; Dr. Nuth-
I an Friedman, Orthoptics and Vis-
lual Trainins; Dr. Stanley Fromm.
j Glaucoma and Tonometry Educa-
j tion; Dr. Sanford Ziff, Occupa
! tional Vision Committee; Dr.
Leonard Margolis. Motorists" Vi-
sion and Highway Safety; Dr. Le-
roy Diamond, Aid to the Aging
and Partially Sighted Committee:
Dr. Robert Tanner, Vision Prob-
lems of Youth and Children.
In the Department of Public
Service, Dr. Bernard Apple
baum was appointed to the Soc-
ial and Health Care Trends Com-
mittee; Dr. David Hendel, Leg-
islative; Dr. Jack Widdersheim,
Interprofessional Relations Com-
mittee; Dr. Fred Bergman,
Speaker's Bureau and Awards
Committee; and Dr. Marshall
Gardner, Civil Defense and Dis-
aster Committee.
The Department of Organization
will include Dr. Leonard Cher-
dack. Inurance Committee; Dr.
Harold Ta-lor. Vocational Guid-
ance and Scholarship Committee;
Dr. Stunle> Waliman, Charter and
By-Laws Committee; Dr Herbert
Weiss. American Optometric Foun
(!;.tion Committee; and Dr. [Twin
Roth, Special Activities Fund
Committee.
Dr. Mary Sezzin. president
elect, will serve as public infor-
mation officer, including "Save
Your Vision Week," "Hunter's
Vision Week" and '"Truth in
i'rint." as well as liaison to the
DCOA Women's Auxiliary.
Named as chairman of the Nom-
inating Committee is Dr. Jack
Wolfe, and Dr. William Pintzow
will ed.t the DCOA Newsletter
Miracles to be Theme
"Concerning Miracles" will be
the topic of the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson on Thursday,
10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education in the
.auditorium of the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
Soviet Embassy
Rejects Protest
Of Anti-Semitism
Continued from Page 1-A
ita* the USSR, and offered to
furnish the "true facts" about
ttM s tuation of Jewry in the
Soviet Union.
On i cr hand, a letti r [rom
Rober I \i i.ig, A-!.-tai:i .sec
reUry < i st.:i. said thai the
Hi use had turned over the
i Jewish community's letter
replj. adding "We appre-
receiving comments and
estii>i'.- [rom toe American
on tin- subject of our for-
relations." Accompanying
- letter was a State
ktmenl b unround paper,
^arizing the facts about the
et Union's "long-barm anti-
campaign" which, it
"has grown In intensity
the pasl several years, and
ligions, including the Jewish
on, are being subjected to in-
ng restrictions, forms of In-
rence and negative social
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Friday, Juiy !;
At the Jewish National Fund attorneys' Foun-
dation luncheon are. first row seated (left to
right) Marvin Moss, Mrs. Edith Held Cooper,
Harold Shapiro, Leon J. Ell. president of the
JNF Council of Greater Miami, Judge Thomas
H. Barkdull Jr., Herbert Shapiro, chairman of
'he Attorneys Committee for the JNF Founda-
i:on. Morris Berick, and Miss Diana Cooper-
smith. Second row standing (left to right)
are Zev W. Koqan, Sumner Shafmaster, Abra-
ham Grunhut, John E. Basett. Gershon Miller,
Louis Glick. Claude Eichel, Barret! Rothen-
berg, Harry Steinberg, and Hulan Kout. Third
row standing (left to right) are Harold Bellman,
Richard Wasserman, Mortimer S. Cohen. Stan-
ley Caidin, Robert L. Weintraub, Harvey
Abramson. Larry Kimmel and Moms J. Fried-
man.
Dade Bar Representatives Meet to Talk
About Jewish National Fund Foundation
At ;i recent luncheon held in
I hi.It of the Foundation for the
Jewish National Fund, represen-
tatives of the Dade County Bar
tsociathm met to discuss plans
10 pro-note the JNF Foundation
through wills and bequests.
At the luncheon. Judge Thomas
Barkdull, Chief Justice of the Dis-
trict Court of Appeals, congratu-
lated the attorneys for your ded- .er" Miami" Ji'werv should be proud
nation to the benevolent purpose establishing a defense frontier
of the gathering settlement on the Jordanian bor
Leon J. Ell. president of the (ler namcd Me Amj
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, who has just returned Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the
from a tour of the Middle and Jewish National Fund Executive
Near East, reported on his per- Board, discussed the history of
- nal experiences during his trip, the Jewish National Fund, its goals
Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman
of the Jewish National Fund At-
torneys' Committee, discussed
"the importance of the Jewish
National Fund in Israel and the
tremendous role it played and
is (till playing in the upbuilding
of the land."
He stressed the fact "thai Great
and present functions in the soil
reclamation program as it relates
to the security of the State ol
Israel.
Both Shapiro and Kogan point-
ed out "the need for ;i reservoir
of future funds n> be established
through bequests and wills," and
urged the attorneys "to recom
mend the Jewish National Fund to
your clients when asked to suggest
worthy charity institution- in Is
rael "
Berrin Chosen
As Delegate
To Boys State
Larrj Steven berrin. son of Mr.
. n,t Mrs Raj Berrin, 9001 sw
S6th Ct has been clMaotn by the
Martin Moore Pott l3:i of the
American Legion tor an all-ex-
pense trip to Tallahassee as a
delegate to Boys State
During their week in the capi-
tal city, delegates from all parts
ni the state will carry out all
functions of government, with the
Stai>' .'I Florida as a guide, in
order to gain insight into the
duties and problems of public of-
licials
TOung Benin, a senior at Pal
motto High School, was selected
l,\ a committee from the Legion
Post, which chose him from a
group of young men recommend
ed by the school
He has been a varsity football
end and a member of the Math
and Science Honor Societies He
is a l.itr Scout and tH elected
to the Junior Class Board His
interests also include the Debate
Club and Internet International,
and be looks forward to career
in law
Beth David Young Adults
Beth David Young Adults will
hold an evening of swimming and
dancing al the Lucerne Hotel be
ginning a. K p.m Saturday,
Cabanas, towels and refreshments
will be provided.
Flaqler-Granod:
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Registrations lor MttSt]
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65 year are now l-i-ins ict*
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kinderartcn for i i ir-ow t
reading readiness
garten for 5-year
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(hod Jewish in-1
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Mrs Arthur Go
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and Mis \latthe..
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Assets:
Cash an< due (ram banks .................. 1,204,624.21
U.S. Government ............ 8S4.23S.94
Ar.ency londs .............. 1,000.000.00
Total Securities............................ 1414,235.94
loans and Discounts ....................... 4,273,156.39
Federal Reserve Bank Stack ................ 27,110.00
Furniture I Fixtures ....................... 136,863.82
Customer's Liability Letter at Credit.......... 17,800.00
Other Assets .............................. I42.2SS.4I
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Liabilities:
Deposits ............................... 6.696,186.07
Letters et Credit .......".................. 17,000.00
Accrued Interest and other Liabilities ........ 43,220.08
Total Liabilities ............................ 8.756.412.70
Capital Stock .............. 500,000.00
Surplus ................. 400,000.00
Undivided Profits ........... 34.767.03
Total Capital .............................. 834,707.03
Total liabilities: ........................... 7,691,173.78
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fJmMh ncrkJiaun
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Eshkol Taken on Tour of French Military Units
PAWS i.ITA) l-racl Prem-
ier Lew Eshkol began Monday a
series of tn.ir- of French military
installation- anil agricultural and
industrial utcrpnses. Hi- first
tour W*S a one da\ visit to model
farms and agru iiltural mstna-
tions, escorted In the French
Minister of \gnculturc. \l. Edgar
Plsani. P emief Eshkol spent
the weeketi'i at the country estate
(rt* Baron Esmond de Rothschild at
Armenvillie'--, which 1- surround-
ed by high walls and flanked by
dozens of yuards and French
police Officers
The Premier's two-day rest fol-
lowed a he tic week in Pans dur-
ing which he held talks with
President h Caulle. Prime Min-
ister fleor.i Pompidou, Foreign
Minister \l.;urico Come de Mur-
viUe SBd Ivtcn-c Mim-lcr Pierre
Messiner. Mr. Eshkol's activities
Friday were symbolic of his
irowded schedule, as well as of
the warm friendship and under-
standing shown to Israel in man)
French circles.
Mr. Eskol and his entourage
were received in the morning
at the Paris City Hall, and
escorted through the centuries-
old building by Paris Mayor Jean
Legaret. The Mayor stressed
the close ties between France
and Israel. Mr. Eshkol spoke
of the parallel between the
world's most famous cities
Jerusalem, where three religions
are enshrined, and Paris where
the rights of man were first
recognized and proclaimed.
Later in the day. the Premier
u- guest ol honor at a luncheon
given by the Franco-Israeli Friend
ship League Present there were
three cabinet ministersMinister
of Justice lean Foyer. Minister
of Labor Gilbert Grandval, and
Minister of Housing Jacques Maz
iol; army generals, member- ol
Parliament and the French Acad-
emy; and dozens of other im-
portant personalities.
Welcoming Mr Eshkol, the
League's Piesident, Diomede Ca-
troux. a former Minister, said that
"the friendship between our two
countries is deep and lasting; it
in no accidental episode in our
history." !'e also repeated tin
promise made to Israel by all im-
portant French political person-
alities: "France will always be
by your side should you need
her."
Replying in Hebrew, Mr. I-'-h
l-.ol described how "close France
i: to our hearts." adding that his
leeling in paris was "one of be-
ing among trusted and old
friends." The Premier reviewed
the major subjects covered d ur-
ing his talks with President de
Caulle last week, stressing that
a full unity of views had be '\
icached on all issues discussed.
lepvblican Jews Surveyed
NEW YORK i.ITA) \
cent Gallup poll showed that 01 \
13 percent of Jewish voters qu< -
tioncd said they were Republi-
cans Sixty-two percent said Mi .
.ere Democrats, and 25 perci
were independent-
Miami Student
Al Hebrew Univ.
Harold I.o-s. son of Mr and
Mrs. Martin Loss, of 5949 SW
16th Ter is among the 74 Ameri-
can students who -ailed last week-
end to Israel for a year's study
at the Hebrew I'niversity of Jeru-
saleUti under the American Stu-
dent Program of the American
Friend* ol the Hebrew I niverslty.
Loss is a student at the I niver-
sity of Florida.
The student-. Ironi all parts of
the ooiintrv. representing 40 col-
leges, were -elected from many
applicai in the American Stu-
dent Pro 'ram Committee of the
American friends ol the Hebrew
Unttrsit\. under the chairman-
ship ol l'i 'l ( Near I .lanowsky.
The mimher of students participat-
ing in the program this year is
aUBOSt clouMe last year's enroll-
ment and the largest group to
dale;
The program, now in its tenth
year, is de-igned to afford the
American student- a broader
scope in their chosen field of
study, as well as to give them
an opportunity to savor Israel's
culture at nrst hand and to con-
tribute to a better understanding
in Israel of America and Ameri-
can Jewish ideals and institu-
tions." Participating students in
the program will receive credit
from their schools here for their
studs in Israel.
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Israel's best
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beside the fabled Mediterranean.
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Friday. July 10, 1964
Israel Won't Seek Nuclear Weapons: Eshkol
Continued from Page 1-A
Israel, the Egyptian blockade of
the Suez Canal and the attitude
of certain Western countries to
Arab pressures and boycott,
were among the topics discuss-
ed between the two leaders.
President De Gaulle had assur-
ed the Israeli Premier, it was re-
ported, that France will not |
sacrifice Israel for the sake of
tier interests in the Arab world I
Constantly referring to Israel as<
"France's friend and ally." Pres-
ident De Gaulle showed himself in
lavor of the status quo in the Mid-
tile East, telling Mr. E-hkol. re-
portedly, that any change in the
equilibrium in the region could
provoke "a catastrophic chain re-
action." He expressed his belief
:hat France "could exert its in-
luence to attempt to bring about
an amelioration of Arab-Israeli re-
ations."
It was also disclosed that the
vo statesmen discussed Franco-
sraeli scientific cooperation in a
ect for extract ing minerals
. nd other riches from deep sea
The proposal for French-Israel portunity to try to convince him ^^^JSTlSiJlSr
scientific cooperation. was re- t '-e, ,s ne ^r a jperul- .^ Neuwir.J.^C
ported, is aimed at the extraction ^ pot onlv of minerals, but also en- situation of Soviet Jewry, for Schmitthn.
from sea water. v hom 1 would seek equal cultural The Israeli Premier also met
CO, The Israeli flag Was flown
from a masthead in front of the
building as the Israeli Uoverniiu-iii
leader arrived for his visit, and
Mr Maheu met him on the steps
Bt the entrance, introducing him
later to other leading officials of
the world crganization.
Mr Maheu presented Mrs. Esh-
kol with a book published by
Commenting on various is- ,he most tragic problems. tjonaf." Scientific and Cultural Or- el "*>" **?** **Vtom
sues during his visit here, Mr. ymizations here, being received b) Mr. Maheu. The event was at-
Eshkol said that he was certain In his discussions with Picmier ^ g ^ (|| ,uinr 1)v Rene tended by most ol I NLSCOs lead-
that the "day will come when Pompidou. Mr. Eshkol called the ( director.general Of UNES- ing official*.
attention of the French Premier
the Arabs will recocgnize Israel,
as other nations in the area
have c'one," bet he said that he
did not think peace could be fur-
thered by making concessions.
Declaring that Israel was pre-
pared to offer the Arabs "her
Iriendship and her technical as-
-istance." Mr Eshkol challenged
the Arab states to "a peaceful
competition under which Israel
and her neighbors would compete
on such projects as the desalina-
tion of sea waterrather than in
an arms race."
to the fact that, if private firms
were to give in to Arab threats
in the demands for a boycott of
Israel, the economy of the Jew-
ish State would be harmed ser-
iously.
During a luncheon tendered by
M. Pompidou in honor of Mr.
Eshkol, the French Premier
declared: "We know that no gov-
ernment aspires toward peace
as keenly as does the Israeli
Government. That is why we
are in favor of maintaining a bal-
ance of power in the Middle
East."
Asked at a press conference
The proposed undertak- whether he planned to visit the
u emphasized in most Si viet Union and meet with Prena-
uthoritative sources, i- entirely ier Nikita Khrushchev. Mr. Esh-
different from, but complemen- l;ol said that he was prepared to
the recent a reement sign- meet with the Soviet Prime Mm- Perez and Israel Ambassador Wal-
i. between Israel and the Unit- i ter "at any time and in any ter Eytan, was received by the
States lor desalination of sea place, especially in the Soviet French National Assembly and
Union. I would take such an op- n,et with Jacques Chaban Delmas,
Mr Eshkol, who was accom
ianied to the conference by Dep
itv Defense Minister Shimon
So. Florida Dentists Contribute to New
Dental School at Hebrew University
DeiLcation ceremonies for the
Hebrew University Hadassah
School of Dentistry founded by
Alpha Omega Fraternity will take
in Isri el on Aug. n to 13,
.i- announced by Dr. Elliot
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The new S2.000.000 school, which
.... Hebrew University-
in Research and Post-
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Ein Karem, site of the medical
pus of the Hebrew University
salem. Together with the
: ; -i h k>I and s< hool i :
. it w lil be part of the
i ti enter know n
Si ioIs <>f Healing.
In m '-in- the announcement,
ml thai "the
the n< a school ill
Umax to in effort that
Social Singles
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B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
ave a dance on Saturday, 8:30
m a) the Barcelona Hotel
Tickets may be purchased at
the door, and the evening will in-
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a night club show
Funds raised are to be channel-
ed to various organizations which
serve all races and creeds.
i; undoubtedly the most ambitious
project ever undertaken by any
dental fraternit) "
Among dentists of Greater
Miami who are donors to the
new school are Drs. Melvin Beck-
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ent Goronemus and Morton Ros-
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150 A'pha Omega members of
Greater Miami have contribut-
ed to the project.
With the opening of the new
I e only dental train-
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will be transformed almost
overnight from a college of make-
shift quartl rs an 1 inadequate
[acilities to one with the most
lern in the world. At present, -
school is able to 'rain only 25
di ntists a Mar. With its new
. ties, it i- expected to double
he numbei ol graduates
An acute shortage Of trained
tal i nnel is anticipated in
Israel in the immediate future.
both because of immigration and
the need to expand health service-
throughout the country.
A large contingent of American
dentists are planning to go to Is-
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he Split That Kept Jabotinsky from Coming Home
By DR. YOMTOV BATO r .^aaaaaaaeaw. later eivc n a commission and to combat the restrictions impos-
Bctar, the Revisionist Youth.
Movement.
A (filter;
and shining
BATO
after the
Jabn-
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Twenty '.our years
death of Vladimir Ze'cv
I'..risky in New York, his mortal
Ircmains were reinterred Wednes-
day on Mount Herzl in Jerusal-
em. In his last will. Jabntinsky
had expressed the hope that the
Government of the Jewish State-
|lo-he. would order the transfer
Jiif hit remains from foreign soil.
Ism h proclamation was recently
[issued by the Israel Cabinet and
Premier Lcvi Eshkol.
Jabotinsky was born in 188C
n Odessa, the Jewish center of
on I hern Ru.ssia. The scion of
n Orthodox family, he gained
listinction early in life for his
xiraordin iry literary gifts. At
|he age of 18, he was sent by a
imminent Russian daily news-
aper as onespondi'nt. first to
u it/ Hand and later to Italy,
le remained abroad for three
lean and was impressed by the
beral atmosphere thai reigned
broad, especially in Italy.
Appearance on Zionist Scene
While h" called himseU a Zion-
.st aheadv then, he did not em
lark "i active Zionist work un-
1803, "ben the shock of the
Ci hinet >> grom induced him to
lionist activity with the great-
1st elan. Before long, he came
he regarded as the hesl -peak
|r and Journalist in the move-
tent. When in 190i. after the
Issolution of the Duma < Rus-
|an Parliament), a Zionist con-
ference met at llolsingfors. he
yas charged with the drafting of
he so called "Holsingfors I'ro-
ramme."
When Sultan Abdul Ilamid II
as deposed by the Young Turks
i>)09. Zionist headquarters
w in this revolution a silver
ling on the clouded horizon of
ie movement, because an un-
Hrstandin^ with the new demo-
cratic Govei iinient of Turkey on
'Pale-tine now seemed possible.
Jabotm-k: was -cut by the Zion-
Executive t" Constantinople
oukr to establish contacts
itli the Young Turks.
VLADIMIR JABOTINSKY
en Mount Herzl
Turkey entered the war as an
ally of the Central Powers in
October 1914. Jabotinsky re-
garded 'this stop as a great
chance for the Zionist movement.
Believing the rotten Ottoman
Empire, "the sick man of Eu-
rope," as it was called, would
collapse i" the war, he advocat-
ed thai the Jews should play an
important pail in the conquest
of Palestine at the side of the
Allied Powers. With the help of
Joseph Trumpeldor, Jabotinsky
enrolled several hundred young
Jews into a military unit which.
as th;- "Zion Mule Corps." was
sent by the British as an auxil-
iary corps to GallipoUi.
Jewish Self-Defense
1 Not satisfied by such secondary
role that they played. Jabotin-
sky set to work energetically.
and in thl teeth of determined
opposition on the part of most
Zionisl leaders who advocated
strict neutrality, he succeeded
;il loiinine three battalions which
were incorporated into the Brit-
ish Army a- the "First Judean
Regiment' ami sent to the Pales-
tine Iron! Jabotinsky himself
ioim I up as a private, but was

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After the war, Jabotinsky urg-
ed that the Jewish Legion should
not be disbanded but should be
kept to maintain order in Eretz
Israel. His demands went un-
heeded. Meantime. realizing
that the British military admin-
istration was virtually encourag-
ing an Arab uprising against
the Jews. Jabotinsky organized
Jewish M-lf defense under
his command, and when the riots
broke ou* in 1920. he success-
fully repulsed the attackers. He
was arrested and sentenced by
a British military court to 15
years at hard labor.
This savage verdict gave rise
to great indignation in the whole
Jewish world. A mass petition
was organized in Eretz Israel
and Chief Rabbi Kook permitted
signature* on the Passover, in
view of the urgency of the mat-
ter. The Privy Council in Eng-
land quashed the sentence.
Joined the Opposition
Held in reverence by a large
part of Jewish youth. Jabotinsky
was elected a member of the
Zionist Executive by the Zion-
ist Congress of Carlsbad in 1921.
However. Jabotinsky and Weiz-
mann coi because tieir Zionist ideologies
were diametrically oppose.I The
nit deepened, when in 1922,
while Jabotinsky was in thi-
ll S.A. on a Zionist Executive
mission. VVeizmann acquiesced
to Churchill's White Paper, which
severed TiansJordan, once an in-
tegral part of the Mandatory 'ter-
ritory, from Palestine and deliv-
ered it to Emir Abdullah as a
fruitless net of Arab appease-
ment
Jabotinsky thereupon left the
Zionist Executive and Joined the
opposition. In 1925, he founded
in Paris the Revisionist Party
within t.ne framework of the
World Zioni>t Organization. Hi' .
vehemently opposed Weizmann's
police, denounced it as too suit
toward the British and demand-
ed ,i return to Herzlian Ziom-m
and militarj training for the
youth. This policy antagonized
the Zioni t left, which accused
him oi militarist and even l as
cisl tendencies, lie launched
arate political and diplomatic
activities and when the Zionist
Congress ol 1933 prohibited such
separatism, he 'ceded from the
World Zionist Organization and
founded the "New Zionisl Or-
ganization."
Illegal Immigration
Alter Hitler's seizur" Of pow-
er. Jabotinsky worked out a
scheme lor evacuating l.ooo.ooo
.lews from Europe and settling
them in Eretz Israel. He was
the first to conceive the idea of
"illegal immigration.'' in order
Australian Nazi
Chief Sentenced
To Six Months
MELBOURNE (JTA) Ar-
thur Smith, the chief and organiz-
er of the Australian Nazi Party,
was sentenced by the Sydney
Central Court last weekend to six
months imprisonment on charges
of having been in illegal posses-
' sion of explosives and detonators.
An unlicensed revolver and stol-
m goods were also found at the
Nazi Party's headquarters in the
Sydney suburb of Ashfield.
The police prosecutor told the
court that Smith's party is trying
to revive Hitlerism. The Nazi
1 leader appeared in court with i
four other members of his organi-!
zation. All had been arrested
\ two weeks ago when police raided
I heir headquarters. The four
' others were remanded for a future
trial. Outside the courtroom, a
1 voting man wearing a swastika
badge was attacked by a crowd
; in the street.
to combat the restrictions impos-
ed by the British authorities in
Palestine on Jewish immigration
to the country. Later on. "illegal
immigration" was carried on
also by the World Zionist Or-
ganization.
After the outbreak of World
War II, Jabotinsky planned the
mobilization of a Jewish Army
against Hitler. With this end in
view, he went to the United
States, but fell ill there and in
the summer of 1940. he succumb-
ed to an attack of angina pec-
toris while in a summer camp of
linguist
orator, his talents and activities
recalled the saying of the Jew-
ish sages ihat the book and the
sword were dropped from heav-
en simultaneously. He could
wield the sword and the pen vtltl
equal skill. A journalist of the
highest order, he published the
daily "Dear Hayom" in Eretz
Israel. He was also the author
of several books, among them a
novel "Samson." in which he de-
scribed his own unbending per-
sonality. He also translated
Bialik into Russian and render-
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*Jewisli ncridiar
Friday. July 10, 1964
Young Judaeans Elect Officers
uniun.i a Hi i-niiin. of Atlanta,
was elected president of the South
em Region of Young Judaea at
its annual summer convention in
Camp Judaea, HendersonvUle,
At a recently held cocktail installation of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami at
the Lombardy Hotel the new officers of the
organization were installed. Left to right are
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, installation chair-
man, past president of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion and tpiritual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lem, Hollywood; Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai
Raphael, Miami, newly-elected secretary; Rab-
bi Solomon Schift, Beth El Congregation, Mi-
ami, immediate past president and newly-
elected executive vice president; Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard, president, Temple Beth Am,
South Miami; Rabbi Jonah Caplan, vice pres-
ident, Temple Adath Yeshurun, North Miami
Beach; Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Beth David
Conaregation, Miami, newlv-elected treasurer;
Rabbi Joseph Narot, Temple Israel of Miami,
past president and installing officer.
Jewish Schema Set by Ecumenical
Continued from Page 1-A
ing a meeting with Pope Paul
\ I
According to the press direc-
tor, "quiet and little known
work" had been carried on by
*he Council's Secretariat during
he current inter-session period.
The resumed session, he said,
will have to vote on the first
three chapters on ecumenism
which were discussed at the last
session. "The two known declar-
ations on Jews and non-Chris-
tians, and on religious free-
dom will have to be discussed,''
he added. The press director
also listed the full agenda fac-
ing the next session, including
13 proposed points.
Competent observers here point-
td out that the agenda is so long
that a fourth session of the Coun-
cil may be necessary. Although
the announcement of the Pope's
lion on convening the third
i ssion did not mention its closing
it i- known that the Pon-
:- anxious to have the ses-
sion end "i time to permit the
of the Catholic
in the International
< ongress schedule
1 India, by
: N ber. If that
schedule i- adhered to. the third
-c--ion of the Council should close
pot later than November 25, thus
making a fourth session a nec-
essity in view of what observers
here call the "far-reaching"
agenda facing the Council Path-
. rs
It i- "right and proper'' for
both Christians and .lew- to "en-
courage the other in .-tops toward
understanding, without giving ef-
fect to questions of pride, prior
responsibility and ceremony."
Morris B. Abram, president of the
American Jewish Committee, de-
clared this week in New York, in
reference to his organization's ef-
forta on behalf of the adoption of
a statement clearing the Jewish
people of the charge of deicide.
by the Vatican's Ecumenical
Council.
Mr. Abram made the statement
ir a letter to Rabbi Leon J. Feuer.
(.resident if the Central Confer
ence of American Rabbis. At the
recent convention of the CCAR.
Rabbi Feuer had stated that the
"Obsequious appeal for a state
inent by the Ecumenical Council
ran only be revolting to the J<
Mi spirit." and held that such a
tement bj the Catholic Church
ong i ''iu-' and should need
no special pleading on our part "
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"The efforts to uproot from
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ishop of Nazareth Agrees Israel Arabs Have it Better
(.JTA> Arch
George Hakim,
^kiIu Church, on
^Israel, this week
Hhat the Vatican
Hcil will pass a
^pcondemning anti-
fffeen ii reconvenes in
lat he p-'f-'Ji] a l!> l;i\
statement, the Arch-
bishop voiced conviction that the
majorit;. ot the 120 Arabic-speak
\nu, bishops also favor it. But the
.Arab bishops, he emphasized, can-
pot be expected to go alony with
any statement that might give Is-
rael a political advantage.
The Archbishop told the press
at an interview at Our Lady of
Lebanon Seminary that con-
damnation of anti-Semitism was
righteous, and should not be
equated with political approval
of the State of Israel. The pre-
late, whose full title is Arch-
bishop of Nazareth and All Gali-
lee, went on to say that the posi-
tion of Arabs in Israel has much
improved, especially since 1960,
when Arabs were admitted more
widely into trade unions.
"On religious grounds we have
complete freedom, but on political
| rounds there are some restric
lions," he said. Restrictions im-
posed on the Arabs included regu-
i.ilions concerning personal prop
i rty and the freedom to move
about the country, he claimed.
Realizing that "Israel is here
to stay." the Arabs have relin-
quished hope of regaining the
land, said the Archbishop. All
the Arabs want now, he said, was
justice and equality. As leader of
Ihe Melkite Rite Catholics in Is-
rael, he has 33.000 followers, main-
ly concentrated around NazaretQ
and Haifa.
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Miami's First Hebrew Teacher Studies Past for Future
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I his wife. Chaya,
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twenty-nine years
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nd I < !ii j.l.- Israel
Bat there wen no H e b r c w
1*8. I)a\id KiTclman
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teacher.
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Freedman. "Miami a t t i a i e d
writers and scholars. The> came
to enjoy the mm ler a shori time
and we, ia turn, were able to en
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twenty-three yean ago. is happy
to BCM the Jewish community
prosper. Bui he would prefer to
see it more stable. It is the
transient quality, the tourist as-
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his neighbor know him in the
style of another era when gener-
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Mr. Freedman has tried to re-
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the pull of Miami and teaching
are still strong. Next season, he
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Only Taste
"Today, we are reaching many
more children. It is fashionable
to send your child to Hebrew
school." he said. "But although
Hebrew education is more organ-
ized today, we don't teach as
much Hebrew as we used to The
child goes to school a shorter
period of time today. Now, we
only have time to give our chil-
dren just a taste of their treas-
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from Crane College in Chicago.
Louis Institute of the University
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pJenist fhridknr
Friday. July 10^
AJCongress Appoints New Unit Chairman
For Jewish Family Lite Research Program
Dr. Irving Lehrman presents Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of
the Temple Emanu-El Torah Luncheon Class, with a copy of
A Treasury of Jewish Humci," by Nathan Ausubel, at the
traditional "siyum" marking the completion of the group's
fourth year of study.
Agree to Cultural Exchange
JERUSALEM (WNS The
Communist Party daily, Kol-
H;i. in. reported this week on the
basis of information from Moscow
that Israel and the Soviet Union
iiacl agreed on a cultural ex-'
change agreement under which.;
the outstanoing musicians of each
I wntry would be received by the
other.
Fair Statement
'Hypocritical1
Continued from Page 1-A
picketing the pavilion, they are
promptly arrested by the Fair's
private police force and hustled
to jail.
rhc World's Fair statement
i. ;ant ol (hi i Amer-
ican cil .. iticaj in
.:._ the issue ol tree speech
oni and defend the \ tola-
by-laws "
Ma; I1' '' achim Prinz,
; the Congress, and
offici the or-
/ m were charged with tits-
rly (undue; fur picketing in
t ci the Jordanian Pavilion. A
ruling on the case is expected in
ens County Criminal Court on
I 9
Torah Group
Closes Season
At Emanu-El
Closing meeting of the Temple
Emanu-El Torah Luncheon Club
was held last week at the Shel-
bourne Hotel. Concluding its
fourth consecutive year under the
leadership of Dr. Irving Lehrman.
the group marked the final class
of the season with a "'siyum"
celebration which traditionally
signals the conclusion of a year
of study
During the four years, the class,
lumbering some 40 men. has delv-
cd deeply into many aspects of
the Bible. Talmud and prayer-
book, with Rabbi Lehrman as
study leader.
In keeping with the party at*
mosphere. a special lourth birth-
day cake was prepared and the
chairman, Hen Zion Ginsl i
presented Dr. Lehrman with a
ol appreciation on behalf of the
es v. ill resume for the
fifth year in the fall
By Special Report
NEW YORK With the appoint-
ment of a new chairman of its
Commission on Jewish Affairs, the
American Jewish Congress this
week reported it would undertake
n broad program of research
Studies on Jewish intermarriage
and family life,
Paul H, Yishny. of Chicago, will
head the Jewish affairs unit, it
was ann unced by Dr. Joachim
Prinz, AJCongress president. Yi.-h-
ny, a graduate of the Hebrew
Theological College and an ordain-
ed rabbi, is a prominent lawyer
in Chicago and president of the
Greater Chicago Council of tin
Congress
Vishny said plans were being
drawn for an intensified pro-
gram of publication and distri-
bution of books, records and
films to provide "critically-need-
ed tools of teaching and learn-
ing for American Jewish adults."
Yishny said the Congress hop-
ed to work with "the many insti-
tutions and instruments in Jew-
ish life that can and should be
linked to and involved in the pro-
gram." He warned that 'there is
mounting evidence which points
tcward a weakening of the fabric
of Jewish identity. Jewish com-
munity and Jewish cultural sur-
vival on the American scene.
"To meet the problem, we pledge
redoubled efforts to expand the
work of our Commission on Jew-
ish Affairs."
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iAJeehena
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
i Rabbi Isaac Ever.
---- ----
SHALOM CONGREGA-
f985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Israel Kershner.
------ ------
EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
native. Rabbi Abraham S'.h-
pAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
re. R.iboi Norman N. Shapiro.
William W. Lipson.
IL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
|abbi Solomon tchiff.
--------
IRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
bbi H. Louis Rottman.
----
JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Maurice Mamches.
--------
IOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Avt.
Traditional. Rabbi Max
Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Sli i in. S.rnn.ii: "A Mull
" J:30 urn. "The Portion of
0 p.m. "No Peace in the

CANDLWGHTING TIME
1 Ab 6:56 p.m.
-
HmUu. I
BETH RAPHAEL.
Orthodox. Ralph
tery.
139 NW 3rd Ave.
Krieger, secre-
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
Ernest Steiner. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPtf BETH SHOLOWT^TM Chile f ***** .**.* TAWTTT."0Th SfTIhd
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Kridny 'I p.m. Basurdaj S:4S a.m. Aft-
ernoon Har Mllzvah: Raymond, .-..in
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
OS HE CONGREGATION. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. \ Cantor Jack Lerner.
limon April. Cantor Hyman l-iiilny 8:13 p.m. Cantor l-orm-r will
peak on "Mattoa-Maea'e." Baturda)
issessionj Are Important-
it the Future is More So
BBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
hiN week's Scriptural
nt we are taught thai
circumstances almost
their control, the chu"
Israel found themselves
e sion of the good, fer
well watered land on the
ide of the Jordan. See
potential ol this area ai
the land of Canaan, two
tribes, Gad and Reuben,
o Move- with wnai . on the surface to be an
emiimtl. reasonable proposi-
^ion: aft lhem remain there and
is land ior a possession,
enlarge the bouiKtane-
sh Palestine; it would
for larger areas of land
eil remaining tribes, and
^Blil give these two tribes
the fusibility of a prosperous
existence
^m of these considerations
Hith Muses' approval n hen
ftt.l the proposal. His op-
jositian was boundless. With
menlng psychological insight,
obis give us the reason. It
tained in a mere order of
"And they approached
ind said. 'We will build
folds for our flocks here;
pities for our children''
deftly changed the order
laid 'Build ye cities for
Children and folds for your
|r first consideration was
peir cattle, their wealth,
possessions; only when
Was secured, would they
(thought to their children.
their wealth which was
lain consideration; and for
were willing to sacrifice
Children's future.
age produces the same
nenon those who, seeing
ossihility of material ac-
nn. stop short in their
toward the goal of their
[and say bluntly, "Here we
Ind from here we will not
8:30 H m. Mar Mtttvah: Vltalls, son
Of Mr. anil Mm. Maurice Sinai.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Hellbraun.
--------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
n-lday S:30 p.m. Saturday S:4.'> a.m.
Sermon: "An Appeal m God."
--------
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
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. I
man.
---- ----
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 :
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
- e
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Refc-m. Rabbi
Herbert Ba.imgard. Cantor Cli.ines
Kodncr.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel JaOe.
TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris SkOD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Cantor David Conviser.
lYiday S:l". p.m. Sermon: "When DOM
.Man Pray?" Saturday 10:46 a.m. ital>-
i.i rVanh Placher and Cantor William
Royal eubatltutlni for Rabbi Kronish
and Cantor Conviser.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE >67th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
------e------
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hlrsh Adler.
KridHj- 6 p.m. Saturday :i a.m.
TEMPLE
Reform.
ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. RabDi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal Reform. Cantor Gordon
Richards.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Services conducted
liy I."ts Sehneiderinaii. Sermon: "l.et
me Alone: 1 Don't Want tu set In-
volved." Bervteai during July held in
Youth Lounge Chapel and conducted
hy lay niemli. rs of Temple.
---- -----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Saturday s:ir. a.m. Hut Milzv;ih: Ron-
ald, son of Mrs. Charlotte Welaa and
Stanley lii.-d.
--------
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Mattoth.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative.
Saturday y a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
--------
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
---- ----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
YOUNG ISkAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
RABBI [UGtNi lABOVITZ
consideration for possessions
move." And when they are ac-
cused of treachery, of egotism.
they protest; "We are really in-
terested in the welfare of our
people and that is why we are
doing it."
But all their protestations fall
to the ground when judged
against the selfsame criterion
as was applied by the rabbis to
their prototypes. Which do you
place first? What is the first
thought that comes to your mind
your possessions or the future
of your children?
And by the answer shall they
be judged.
Argentine Jews
Urged to Prepare
SANTE FE. Argentina (JTA)
Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president
of the DAIA. representative body
of Argentine Jewry, called this
week tor a "state of preparedness"
b> the Argentine Jewish commun-
itj against anti-Jewish violence,
which, he said, was continuing to
occur in spite of the "sincere good
intentions of the Government."
Addressing a national conven-
tion of the DAIA attended by 170
d< legates from 17 Argentine com-
munities, Dr. Goldenberg de-
nounced Egypt as a center of
"well-planned aggression and psy-
chological warfare against Jews."
lleizl Gesang. general secre-
tary of the organization, said that
it was now time for action since
"Buenos Aires is the operation
center of the Arab League." As-
serting that it was not enough "to
receive wonderful statements by
Government officials," Mr. Gesang
said that "our timely reaction may
prevent irreparable damage."
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
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urgency that was the measure. John Fitzgerald Kennedy understood
it. and Lyndon Baines Johnson has now demanded of the nation that
we act upon it. The hope is that the American Negro community,
given the fullest measure of its liberty, will forgive us all. Elsewhere,
for Asia and Africa, we may have acted too late.
Seen in these terms, the Jew and his problem, at least for the
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vJenist fkridfi Friday, lulj |g J
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MfNDUN
I B'nai B'rith Adult Education Series in New Volum
t\
GREAT JEWISH IDEAS. Edited by Abraham Eira
Millgram. 354 pp. Washington, D.C.: B'nai B'riih
Books, 16-.0 Rhde Island Ave. N.W. S4.95.
THIS IS THE litth volume in the B'nai B'rith adult edu-
cation program, following two volumes on great Jew-
ish personalities, one on great contemporary Jewish
thinkers, and a reader on current Jewish thought. It
is the last in this series of collaborative books, and in
many ways the best. Organized in four main tonics, the
tributors whose articles appear under each are out-
.tanding in their fields, and represent varied viewpoint.-.
It i> striking, therefore, to notice their point- Of con-
. ergence.
The opening section. Israel. People of the Cove-
nant.'' discusses the Jewish image of the Jew and ex-
I ores the two main communities, Israel and the Amer-
ican. With the second section. "Torah. the Jewish Way
ol Life." the book explodes m a continuing series ot
brilliant essays which flash back and lorth across the
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
'The Deputy' Goes on Stage in Israel
Jerusalem
u/hen. several months
** ago. it was first re-
ported that "Habimah"
planned the pro-lnction of
Hochhuth's "The Dep-
uty.'' doubts were raised
in various quarters here
whether it was proper to
have this controversial
play brought onto the Is-
rael stage.
The Foreign Ministry
then denied that, out of
concern for the r.dverse effect the staging of the
play might have on Israel's relations with the Vati-
can, :t had brought pressure to bear on the "Habi-
mah" management. However some feltand this
By MAX LERNER
The Court as Spur
K
'ILL ALL THE lawyer-."
lack Cade si id, cen-
time- ago in England. "Im-
peach th judges" i- the cry
today of the radi< :,1 right.
aft the two
drastic Supreme Court
si n- on Hie apportion-
ment ni state res
Chief Justice Warren, who
ha be n the target of hos-
tility ever since his opinion
l school desegregation ca e 10 years ago, has shown
majority opinions in nthe current Alabama
and New York cases
Warren is not a complex man. just as he is not
a timid one. When he is convinced of the justice
ol a cause he goes all-out for it. with all the subtle-
t> of a locomotive steaming down a single-track
roadbed to its terminal point. He has taken the
cne-man-oni -vote principle that the Court used for
Congressional apportionment in the Vandiver ease
last February and applied it to the state legislatures
not just one house but to both.
An 18th century French rationalist philosopher
could not have been more radically humanist in his
premises, more sweeping and direct in his devo-
tion to reason, more unflinching in following out
his logic, and moie certain that a gratetul poster-
ty would vindicate and ble-s him for applying pure
reason to human affairs.
The decision, it is reported, has stunned legal
and political circle- in Washington, not because it
was wrong (everyone agrees that something had to
be done aoout the shocking imbalance in most
state: in I i eight of rural and urban districts'
but because it was uncompromising, But t<> a li ^
it of | \ there is surely something delightful
thought that it took a Republican Governor
o! ( ifornia appointed bj a Republican President,
t>> head the n i -i revoluti narj Bupri Court in
American history, it is also a delicious paradox
that all the breaking and making ol precedent; has
in in radii al demon i ried
through by a Supreme Court which i- itself non-
democratic, subject r.< ,th-r to electoral choice nor
i ectoral defeat
I- ..11 !hi- then, as the Court's accusers con-
tend, a case of usurpation of power by the Supreme
Court? only the fanatics trill see it thus. The fact
,- that the Warren Court has aaegaiiicently vindi-
cated the eflcctive functioning of the corious mix-
ture of elements which we call American demo-
cracy.
Not being -ubject to the whims and >a>sions of
the people the federal courts have always been re-
iriled as a brake on those passion- It was al-
ways the conservatives who hailed tho Supreme
< Mirt in this role. And the life tenure of the judges,
naking them independent of politics, was what
i ..\e them thi- rule
Thi- independence still operates to firm up the
courage of the judges.
feeling was shared also by a number of the "Habi-
mah'' peoplethat essentially the central problem
raised by the play was one that concerned the Chris-
linn world and that it was not for Israel and for
Jews as such to enter the controversy.
Well. "The Deputy" this week ha- it- premiere
at the "Habimah Says Israel-born producer of
the play. Abraham Ninio: I was lor it from the
outset, when I first read the play two years ago.
And he adds: I want it to be clear that I do
not view the play as aimed at inciting against the
Catholic Church or against Pope Pius XII person-
ally.
What then will he try to stress' For many
months pasi -ays Ninio, he has been submerged
in studying material pertaining to the subject. "I
did a lot hi reading and even more of thinking."
At first, it was thought to entrust the production
to someone else, a producer of world renown, but
no agreement was reached regarding concept.
We do not just put the whole blame on the
Pope, turning him into a scapegoat What we say
I-: All are to be blamedall the peoples ol F.urope.
tho-e who engaged in the murder and those who
Stood by in silence The guilt was a collective
one. However, the Pope's share is seven-told, since
as a spiritual leader he should have given the Sign,
hown the waywhich he did not."
Like m all other productions, a l"t Ol cutting
had to be done. If given in its lull version, the
,ilay would Lave to run for eight hours
The cuts effected in the "Habimal produc-
include the whole scene in which Adolf Eich-
inn appeal-; an I the scene in which I ount Fon-
isses :tli the Pope the international fi-
nal tion. Also cut out was the scene show-
the Jewish family being sent ofl to Auschwitz.
There arc thousands >! I in Israel which
h-\>- experienced it personally, so there is little
point in trying to depict it em the -'age No amount
... realism can do when' there arc living witnesses
The I-rael production also did away with many
nf the 'stage effects" adopted by theaters else
. here
"When I met Hochhuth in New York," says
\ mo. "he told me: I have not written the play
lor sensation's sake. I ask especially of you, when
putting it on. not to be drawn into making use of
external effects."
There is no doubt, he says that the approach
adopted by Habimah will differ in a number of
ways from the ones adopted by other producers
also in the presentation of a number of the play's
characters. For instance, the former SS Ober-
:turmfuehrer Kurt Gerstein, who endangers his life
to arouse the Vatican, does not, to my mind, ap-
pear as a symbol of the existence of "good Ger-
mans" in the days of Hitler.
myriad faces ol Judaism what is unique m n, ,,
problematical what is essential, what is di
Torah as God's revelation to Israel and Torsi
relation to 'he personal life and to socien cuimly
Nathan Isaacs' lascinating piece on "Stud; as \
Worship." The third section enters Iheodic) 1
era! discussions centering on the "Jewish Vision
and Man." moving into the meaning of prayer
messianic doctrine today, as it has evolved
The fourth section. "A Tradition in Trar.
is graced by Ira Eisenstein's "Challenges ol
'I imes" and Eugene Borowitz' "Jewish Faith :-
Jewish Future." but it is Arthur Hertzbem s I
twenty pages on "Is the Jew in Exile?' whlct
pies with alienation, self destruction, and tin J
tion-hip lo the culture in which he lives, \\hic
trifles the whole area.
Many of the xteas ore not new, of course, M
are distinguished only by the repetition inevitat
book by many hands. But the whole VOlumi
is a tremendous repository of the best and ni"
port ant concepts in the amazing system of thouj
history which we call Judaism. Characterized b.
nence rather than exhau-tiveness. by deftness rath'
j broad sweep, it is a stimulation to intellect fro
point of view.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
What for ZOA Now?
^OA CONVENTIONS n
\ear- have .been mark) q
climates of crisis. Will thi
an amelioration in the situ 'ion'
ten it meets in convent
the end of the summer? I
of the ZOA are hopeful that M"
more' positive attitude toward Z S-
ism on the part of Premier lf\.
INhkeil. contrasting with the
hostility nf tormer Premier David Ban-Garten, Ml
contribute to a wholesome reevaluation ol the
i I the ma\e'metit in the luture. Mure obji e
observer! ,;ll have to wait and see,
-nee the founding ol the State of i
\ n|, 11. I.r:i.- ha- been raging over the tuture c
ment, with former Premier David -*i
Gurti ie ranks ho hold thai the
' o thi state obliterated all difference
id that I
: no need for s specific Zionist or
-! m u (ties ol thi
sidi :
Qu 'r view di the issue was taki
miei Lei i Eshkol at the meetii il
2 Actions Committee. Earlier a i
Israeli Premier, Moshe Sharett, declared th
here ere no Zionist organization it would i>
perativi form one And Dr. Nahum Gol
an objective thinker and one of the keenest ol
ers ol thi current Jewish scene, has been nun
taming that there is still need for the Zionist
ment, albeit undei a new structural base.
Th:- divi-ion of opinion has of course
escaped either Zionist leadership or Zionist .
runt- it is axiomatic of course that the ZOA it
i.s next convention will not vote itself out of i '.-
ence it has too much vitality for that. But as
question i- not what the ZOA will do, but wha I ?
tory will do to the ZOA.
Thi- columnist has never been among tl
vocates ol liquidation of the Zionist mover

As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
The Nation Moves at Last on Civil Rights
MOW THE CONGRESS of the United
States is
o\ ernment to
then the moral fibre ol our m
iking more secure the cud n
ol all Amerii ai Presidents R
Truman. Eisenhower, Kenned'..
hnson all nnoblcd their high Of-i
by issuing executive orders cal-
culated to curb discriminatory prac
The Supreme Court, through it- towering 1954
school desegregation decision, placed the judicial branch
of our government clearly on the path to civil rights
p-ogrcss in our era And now. even the Senate and House
ol Representatives are shaking off the impediments "t
reaction and silencing those who cry doom by deciding
at la-' to enact powertul civil rights legislation.
"The Senate is usually the last place in the govern-
' to get the d'ift of American public opinion." Dick
Itussell, id Georgia, commented as his linger turned so
ice in the senatorial dike of filibuster. But at last oven
that palladium of temporizing has moved after 75 days
of obstruction, to register the- nation's determination to
"-e tne sinejra ol laws to advance the cause of human
dignity.
i
j
'Ml
its I
rt

.
ind
Sen R m and Sen. Goldw ter cam I
i" thi rhe < n is commute i to
"l 'i: a belief in v.hue supremacy.
^rizonan ited for cloture, has locked bin
t makes much of the fact mat n
State hi e < ril rights laws than any otbi
'" imaginabh II -hurt of expressing the detem
ol thi ment to secure these rights, the oeb
gaged hi b] free men to enact those law- is in
powerful weapon for delineating racial proble
tor determining ways to overcome them.
One example of the value of such debate
found in a recent action of the Keene, New Hai
"Evening Santintl." That newspaper published
vertisenient placed by an organization sharply "'
to Civil right- legislation Along with the ad. II' "'"'
tinel" carried an important editorial, saying:
"We do DOl think we should deny others th
to buy advertising space in this newspaper to es
views contrary to ours. Accordingly, we publish the "
but at the -amc time we announce that we will i
contribution to the NAACP in exactly the same ara>u
s ""' 1*1 oe receive irom it."


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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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IN KK: Bsta.....I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63510 C
IN RE: Batate of
KSTKI.I.i: ROHLYN HAAS
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CRtUITORS
To All Credltora and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims .'i Demands Agninat Saul
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have againsl
the ..-lil. of KSTKl.l.K KOSI.YN
iiaas deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges ..i Dade
.'.....n\. and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In s.-.-ii..n 7:::: 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
ih'- Count) Courthouse in Cad.- Coun-
ty, Klorlda, within six calendar months
-in ih<> lime of the flrat publication
or the sain,- will barred.
Dated .ii Miami. Florida, this Mill
dli) of June, A I i. 1964.
I...I is s. KATZ
I.. >IIS HAAS
As Administrators
i rsi publication of this nol
the 19th da) of Juni 1961
l,i:> iNAItl) >: EOERT
i.i Myei.-. II.-in,an ft Knplan,
An..in-\ for Administrators
11"... s \V Isi Si reel
Mi,in Florida 33130
B :f>-:.'.. : S-10
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewist Fk.ridlii&n
elicits your legal no+icM.
W* appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Dial Fit 3-46#5
tor messenger eerrice
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTHM-: IS HEREBY CtVKN thai
the undersigned, nealring to engi
l.uMii. >s under the fictitious nan,- n
A. BD '"Mi:.\ POalPAKY at W'l
i'alm Avenue, llialeah. Kloii'li i
tend i" register said
Clerk of the Circuit
Count), Florida
A BDCOHEN
MAX I'l.HIA
II: \.\'K IHEX
ROBERTH TRACRW
Attorney for Applicant*
h ti
Conn ..! I '-'
T -!'i-'7
l-la
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63174
iv RE i:-i.n. ..i
MANICI. W KM.INS
I HH'.s.se.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'.-rs.'i. Hav-
ing Claims .-: I'elllalUls AgnlnSt Said
Batati
Yon are hereby notified and ra
quired i' pn aenl an) claims and da-
in .ml- which > "ii may have agalnat
the estate ... MANI'KI. WKI.IJNS de-
ceased late .a I'a.l.- County, Klorlda,
to the County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
1> and file tin- >an..- in duplnate and
us provided In Section 1tt.lt, Klori.Ia
Btanites, In their offkies in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within si.\ calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the *an..- will be burred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21lrd
day of June. A.D. 1*4.
LUCILLE Kl.UlKltMAN
RITA TRILLIN! s
A* Bxecutrlcea
pirsl publication "t this notice on
ih. 86th da) "i June, IM4
ROBERT II TRAURKl
Attornc? for EKecutrli i
n:ir. rtuPoni Bullrtlng
Miami. Florida SS13I '-',; S-10-11
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 6878
VINCKNV.o 1'i.i'A.M.
Plaintiff.
vs
l'ATSK\ JOSEPHINE I'OIAXO
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PATHEY ,l< iKHKHINE IVTANO
RESIDEXCE I'XKNdWN
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
.(iiii.-.l to serve a copy of your Answer
nr PleadlnK to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, PAl'L
KWfTNEY. F:QU1RE. 420 Lincoln
Koad, Miami Reach, F'lorlda 113139.
and file tha original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit C.cjrt on or before the 28th
day of July. 1961. If you fall to do
so." judgment by default will be taken
iiKalnst you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
Ihi-i notloe shall be published once
each week for four OOnaecutlVe weeks
In THF: JKWJ8H F'l.i >KIDI AX.
DONE AND DRDERED at Miami.
F'I-tUU. this lath day of June, A.D.
It 64.
!:. B i.s!atiii-:h.man, clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, F'lorlda
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63492 C
IN RE: Estate of
.i ai 'it codoh
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons .-
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl 'aw I' ,,
Estate: ,. ,
You are hereby iimmed and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ..f JAColl COlx.S ,1,-c, -a -ed
late ..I Dad.- County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file the sain.- ill il(i|.li.al. and > pro-
vi.led in Section 783.16, F'lorlda Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same ill be barred.
Dated hi Miami. Florida, this SSnd
iuiv of June. A.D. 1964.
BESSIE CODOS
ROSLIND CODOB HEI.l.lNCKn
WILLIAM (X>DOS
As l".\ecutors
F'lrst publication of this notice on
the 26ih day of June. 1961.
SIMON. HAYS imi'N'llWKKil
By: Hoses Qrundwere
Attorne) f..r FJxecutora
SU1 Alnsley liuildliiB ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63555-B
IN RF2 Estate uf
.ill,l\N M. KRATZE, also known
:i- I M KRATZE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ei Demand.- Against Bald
Batate:
You are hereb) notified and re-
1 quired t.. preaenl any claims and de-
mands which you may have againsl
the .-in..... JULIAN M. KRATZE
.i.....as. .1 late "t Dade County, Klor-
Ida, i" the Count) Judges of Dad*
I County, ami file the same In duplicate
land as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Sialutes. in their offices in
I the Count) Courthouse in Dade ('..un-
it v. Florida, within -i\ calendar months
ii..,. from the time of, the first publication
f. ..I the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, tl.i-- 17th
day ..I June. A.D. 1964.
MARION W. KRATZE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ih.- lath day of June. IBM.
LEON KAPLAN
of Myers, Heiman A Kaplan
Attorney f..i Executrix
1150 S V. Kirst Street
Miami. Florida
6/H-86, 7 S-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63608-A
IN RE: Estate .-i
I.la iNA PRINCE
NOtTcE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P. > -" Ha
in 'i.i mi- r 1 'emands Agal Ba I
Estati
y,.ii ar. hereb) notified and
quired i" present an) rlahns and di
ma ads which i.m ma) have againsl
the stati uf I.I'-' NA PRINCE di
. il late "i Dade Count),
to the Count) Judg. of I >ade Coui
lj and file ili.- same 111
a- |.ro\ i.I.-.l iii s. ction 7 11 16, Plori. i
ilrs, in th. i offlcet in il" l 'oui
i\ Courthouse in Dade County, Flo
Ida, Ithln si n calendar months froi i
the time of ili.- flrsl publication hei
,.f or the --am will be bai -
I luted al Miami, F*"i Ida, this l'-'i i
ihlj ,.i June, \ l' 19*4.
WILLIAM I. MICH.VEL
\- Executor
Flrsl publl. ii "ii "i this nol ii on
the -''.ih da) of June, 1MB.
ARONOVITZ, Sll.\l-:i: & SCHFJR
Attorneys for Executor
;..7 Alnsle) Building
.Miami :'.'-', Kla.
6 "6, 1-10-1
Bs: I.. snf:edf:n
d. uuty Clerk
(seal)
PAUL KU'ITNKV, B0Q.
ISO Lincoln Road
Mi...... Beach, Kla. 13139
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63584-A
IN RE: Estate of
LalAH KAT/.MAN. a kia
LHE KAI/.MAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Batate:
Yon nre hereby notified and re-
quired to pies.-ni any claims and de-
mands which you may have againsl
the estate of LEAH KATZMAN.
a/k/o LKF: KATZMAX deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dude County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the dute of the fir-" >'ibHon'tl...i here-
of, or the same will be barred.
a -.. \ 11 a Tiaal a n
sol alf:xander
Attorne.)
Due Lincoln Ruad Building
.Miami Beuch. Florida
6/26. 7/.1-10-1"
IN
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60670-A
RE: Estate Of
SAM FLB88
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution ami Final Discharge aa
Executor !" the estate of Bam Fless,
deceased: and thai on tha 15th day of
July, IM4, will apply to the Honor-
able. County .indues of Dad.- County,
Florida, for approval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
discharge as Executor of the .-suite of
the above-named decedent. This 13th
da] of -lime. 1!'64.
HARRY BUKBRNICK
Executor
HARRY BUKBRNICK
Attorne)
ISO i.in. oln Road
Miuu.i Bvaoh, Florida
6 19-'Ji'.. 7 S-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOtrrCB IS HEREBY C.rVKX hnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
ATLANTIC CLINICAL LABORA-
TORY at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
lleach. l'la.: 1"! Coral Way. Coral
Cable-. Kla: 138C0 Hiscayne Boulevard.
Miami. F'la. intends to ree late* said
name with the Clark of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAXWESLL M. BAYarT, M.D.
sol.- proprietor
Talianoff. Walk.-i A l.ltman
Attorney! for Maxwall M Bayet, M D
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, II.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 632S0-B
IX RE! l'Vitate of
liFX>ROB SINQKR,
Deoaaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ail Peraona Hav-
ing Chiims or Demandg Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate, of GEOROI-: SINdBR, de-
ceased lute of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
us provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statute*, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six cal.-iiil.ir months from
the- time of the flrat publication here-
of, or the avjne will be barred
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 11th
du) of June. A.D. 1964.
MARIE BINDER
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 19th da> of June, 1961.
KURT WKI.I.ISCII
Attorney for Estate of
i; i:. >ri IE SINCER, i leceaaed.
167 Almerla Aw.. Coral Gablee, F'ln.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60702
IN K1-: Estate of
IRENE ADLF:R,
Hi eased.
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DI STRI BUT ION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I hai
fih-.l i > Fin..; Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Rxecutor of thi estate "I IRENE AD-
LER, deceased ami thai on the 17th
.lav ..i July, iM4, win apply to th
Honorable Count) Judges of Dad.-
Count). Florida, for approval of Bald
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of lb-
estate of th. above-named OeoaoenL
This 12nd da- of June. 1964.
LAWRENCE ADLKIt
ARONOVITZ, BILVER A SCIII.ll
Attorne) -
B07 Ainsl.-i Building
Miami 12, Florida________fi 26. 7 :;-in-i7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63447 B
IN RE: Batate of
WILLIAM ROSIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hay-
ing Claims or Demands AjjamSt Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presani an] claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ol WILLIAM ROSIN de-
.,.is..i laic of Dad.- Count}-, Florida,
i.. 11..- County Judges of Dade County,
ami file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 753.16, Florida
Statutes, in theli offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar .....ntha from
th, time .a tin- first publication here-
of, or tin- sano- "ill be bailed.
Dated al .Miami, Kloii.la, this 17th
da) of June. A 11 ISM.
ROSE B. W ROSIN
A- Adiniui-iiatriv
Kirst publication of tins notice on
the ll'lh day of June, 1964.
AINSl.Ki: R. F'ERDIE
Attorne) for Administratrix
suit.- 103, ML". 8.W. LeJeune Rd.
Coral c.al.l.-.-. Put. 6 1-M, 5/3-1')
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 6727
MAR/GOT AUR1CCHIO,
Plaintiff,
DOM1N1CK AURICCHJO.
Defendant.
NOTXE TO DEFEND
TO: DOMINICK Al'RICCIUU
11 COVingtOO Street
Huntington Station. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY Ni>TIFli:D that
a Hill of Co.nplal.it lias been filed
against you and you are required to
Serve a cop) of your answer or other
defensive pleadings thereto upon
plaintiffs attorne) RAYMOND J
WOLF, H44 s.-.l.ol.l Building, Miami
.".i'. Florida, ami file the original raere-
nf In the tifflc.
.f the Cl.-rk of the
circuit Court on or before tha 22nd
da) >.f July, 1MB, or a decree pro con-
fesso will I.i
1-HLTc.l
ligalnst you.
DATED, this lKih da) of June, 1264
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florida

is. al I
B) .' P. COl'KLAND
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Miami. Florida. Friday. July 10, 1964
Section B
II be taking a strictly non-partisan view at Cedars oi
ion Hospital Lobby Shop during the next few months,
kary volunteers are selling both elephants and donkey
[and report a brisk business. Shown checkinq the ar-
]of the new "party" merchandise are (left to right) Mrs.
knee Adler. Mrs. Harry I. Riegel. Mrs. Robert Schweitzer
Irs. Samuel T. Sapiro. All proceeds from shop sales go
hospital expansion program.
bv ISABEL GRCVE
m-y
!.**
I
tdele and Dr, Saul Geronemus,
traveling through Europe, drop
.1 card from Norway saying "Tins
is a glorious areamarvelous
scenery and climate" Dr.
Geronemus is a past president
of Temple Kmanuel in Ft Lau-
derdale .
The Norton Pallet family, in-
cluding their three. Steven. Ann
Laurie and John, preparing a
mass exodus from the area in the
next few weeksdestination, the
World's Fair A mu-t-see lor
the group, a giant ten-story re-
volving tire "Not my brand,"
.nutters Pallot trying to down his
curiosit].
Although the it M, Aptes have
been abroad several times, they
haven't as yet seen the North
Cape countries, so their extend
ed trip this year, starling in Ire-
land and Scotland, will take in
Norway, Sweden and Denmark
. Leaving later this month
from New York on the SS Ameri-
ca, the couple will be accom-
panied by Mr and Mrs W. J.
Piowaty, Of Ft. Pierce Bes-
sie Apte and Marjorie Piowaty
are sisters They'll be ho i
the first part of September
Bay Harbor Councilman George
Sogg and his wile have just re-
turned from a cruise on their
"Amigo." which steered them
pleasantly through the warm vot-
ers of the Key-
Miami's Judy and Herman [sis
and 'he Pulvers, Sybil and Jer-
ry, have returned from a round
trip jet thght to Mexico City
Their first \i-it to our neighbors
to the south, the ten days were
filled with delightful sightseeing
discoveries Motoring to the
country's many place.-, of inter-
est and beauty, the foursome
saw bull fights, pyramids and
ballets, and enjoyed the exotic
food available at every stop .
Are already considering a repeat
holiday.
Making their three-month va-
cation a leisurely one. Shir ej
Continued on Page 4-B
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i
\\nq their lucky numbers are (left to right) Mrs. Vaudie V.
snberg. president of the Miami Woman's. Club, Miami
lissioners Stephen P. Clark and Alice C. Wainwright.
fice Mayor Sidney M. Aronovitz. They le getting set for
.nnual invitational birthday luncheon, co-sponsored by
!iami Woman's Club and the City of Miomi on Tuesday,
28. at the bayfront club house. The Miami Woman's Club
oe 64 years old, and the city will be 68.
I'nai B'rith Women Set
iO Day Cruise Abroad
NO MATTER HOW YOU SLICE IT
the difference in your game can
I.: B'rith Women "I Miami.
ler TS7. i-. sponsoring a 50-da)
tour, sailing direct from
and returning to Miami, at
pw cost of $885 per person,
{class, all inclusive,
hs of c ill are Tangier>. Cass-
ia, Gibraltar, Canary Islands.
[Genoa which will serve as
Inbarkatii n point for a 21-daj
tour nl the Italian and French
Iras and Spain.
First Class hotels, meals and
sightseeing are included For par-
ticipants who wish to substitute
Israel for Spain, an alternate itin
erary, at a small additional ot
i available
The tour is under the leadtfr-
khip ol Mrs. Hetty Hirchansky.
Miami Chapter past president.
U ho served in the same capacit)
for the successful Israel tour spon
sored by the chapter two years
ago
The tour is open to B'nai B'rith
members and friends, and cabin
pssignments will be mane on first
come, first-served basis as soon
at deposits are received. Inter-
ested persona should contact Mrs
Betty I'.irchansky
be measured
in comfort
**
Council Slates
y vMy Fair Lady'
Next Nov. 28
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ith Zipp. fashion editor of
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Zipp, whose column ap-
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Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin is serv
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Miami Section, National Council
nf Jewish Women's showing ol
"My Fair Lady" at the Lincoln
Theatre on Nov. 28.
Immediate past president of the
tection, Mrs. Rubin recently ac
cepted an iward from Dade Fed
eration of Women's Clubs for
Council's participation and coop
ration in the 1964 Fine Arts Fes-
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Friday.
IulY.ll;
B y : ~E"tTW A R D"~C OHEN
Scholarship Winner's Dreams
Karen Joy Sing-
i er Jrbbcur met
I her husband-to-be.
I Alan, in a Greek
k II Classical Civiuza-
fon course at the
University of Miami.
I wasn't supposed to take that
course not in my first year
but I ju>t had to." she said the
other day at the home of her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Singer.
This persistent drive for aca-
demic excellence last year led
her to a Woodrow Wilson Scholar-
ship, one of a thousand given
throughout the nation, and one
of the very lew won by both a
husband and wife.
No Baby-Sitting
'"I got the impression during
my interview with six professors
in a mid-Victorian type of par-
lor that they look dimly on giving
the scholarship awards to wom-
en, so I feel especially good that
I was able to join Alan Between
KAHK JABBOUR
scholarship winner
us, we'll have S5.800 for the ncx*
year, and that's more than ample
fcr the kind of academic life w.
Copenhagen Jews Ignored
By Communist Delegation
COPENHAGEN (JTA) The [et Jewish question ha> in the
ha gen Jewish Community
Board has been ignored by the
area of cultural ties between Den-
t Embassy here, after it re- mark and the USSR.
''! an opportunity for a per-
interview with Premier
Nikita Khrushchev to discuss the
iti >: of Russian Jewry, it was
ealed here this week.
The request was made prior to
Mr Khrushchev's visit to Den-
mark, but the Soviet Embass)
never replied, it was stated by
the Beard. Since its request has
been ignored, the Board made
public the contents of its letter
to the USSR Embassj
In th letter, the board ex-
pressed its "anxiety" and "un-
easiness!' over the Soviet Gov-
ernment's anti-Jewirh discrimi-
nation, citing religious and cul-
tural discriminations against
Russian Jews; the publication
by the Ukrainian Academy of
Science of the anti-Semitic book,
"Judaism Without Embellish-
ment;" and the closing of many
synagogues in the Soviet Union.
The letter also noted that the
cultural cooperation agreement
signed in 1963 between Denmark
and the Soviet Union explicitly
d the I o countries to con-
Ite to unhampered develop-
of cultural ties between
t. m.
rd, in it- letter. itr< -
i the importance which the S I
Bay Park Towers
Has Gala Fourth
M re than 200 people attended
.- July 4 celebration at Bay Park
Towers, luxury high-rise rental
apartment building on Biscaj
Iiav at ME 33rd St, Miami.
Tenants and their guests enjoy
ed a day of festivities and sports
Refreshments were served, and
there were music and dancins
A tennis tournament and a put-
ting tournament created friendly
competition and interest, as did a
swimming meet in the huge pool.
Trophies were presented in each
cent.ST.
lead, and hor<- to lead in the fu
ture. Neither of Ui is interest) I
in am otf*ej kind ol future but
teaching at the college level
An> thing else is baby-sitting.''
tays Mrs .Tjubour.
The joint Woodrow Wilson, one
of the most coveted in the nation
and created lor students in the
humanities several years ago
"the scienc-s are all well-endow-
ed, but the humanities are usually
ignored" will enable Mrs. Jab-
bour to work on her Master's de-
gree in Renaissance Literature
at Duke University, where her
husband is seeking his Doctorate
in Medieval English IJterature.
Although she was a manna cum
laude gradual* of the University
of Miami th s past June. Mrs
Jabbour completed her senior
year at Duke where her husband
was already on a Wilson Scholar-
ship and is grateful for the spe-
cial privilege which permitted
her to do so.
Compares Well
"The library at Duke, is one
of the best in th" country, and
it creates an atmo-phere that ii
a schi lar's orld. Alter three
years at Miami, my eyes were
opened by the scholarship in Dur-
ham, although I must say that
the English Derailment her
compares very well: it can stand
up to the finest. The qualiu of
h< -indent bod) is ;< lot different.
and I'm glad to hear that Miami
is raising l- standard-. About
50 percent of the students who
^
nirriei! win "ii pTofttrrfou. ami
the best in tin school are our own
local kids. "
The Jabbour- were in Miami for
enly a few daj S before leaving
tor GttUford College, M.C., where
her husband is director of a mus-
ic camp which he and Sheldon
Steinberg, ol (Irei n.-horo. found-
ed three years BgO. A native of
Jacksonville, Jabbour is solo
Molini-t of .- 'me distinction, and
while he takis over as dean of
students for the summer. Mrs
Jabbour will tiach creative writ-
ing.
A product of Miami schools,
where she ivon many awards tor
essays and journalism. Mrs. Jab- aL-
bour confess*-- to a liking for the
kind of nigged life mixed with
culture that the camp represents.
&
Multi-Lingual
Both Alan and 1 like open
country La-4 year, we hiked
alone through the Smokies lor a
week, living in sleeping bags.
With thre< outstanding univer-
sities like Duke, North Carolina
and Ifortfa Carolina State all near
each other, that section of the
country would be great to live
in. But we would prefer New
England, or Oregon and V.i-h
ington."
The Jabbo irs would seem to
have no problem in hurdlin ac
cent bai riei -. what) ver section
of the open country tlie\ finally
-ettle in B< ween his skill in
Angto-Saxi n Icelai die and Cel-
tic, and h in I th. >
I be i to :
the nativi and with then
proficiency in Middle Ei
(Chaucerian the) can earn on a
private coi thou) fear
of beii i stood by any ,,f
hem.
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Beach Hadass
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Mrs. N;-t Thrift. M ,-.
Chapter p ... -it.
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fon in L.O- Armeies
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July 10. 1964
*Je*istifk>r*dt&07
Page C-B
it Sinai Receives National Award
[Patient Relations Program Here
Sinai Hospital, through
gram of one of its Worn-
pxili&ry Committees, was
a national first prize in
jal selection of patient rela-
eas by the editors and pub-
of Pulse, a magazine de-
hospital services and dis-
to over 8.000 hospitals in
|ted States.
jward. a S250 patient rela-
h-ant. plus an -Oscar"-like
\v. were presented to Mar-
kstin, associate director at
[Sinai, and to the chairman
Admitting Reception Com-
mittee. Mrs. Simon Bloom, through
whose committee's efforts the
award was won.
The award citation reads in part:
"Mount Sinai's Patient Relations
idea ol a quick and reassuring
admission! procedure, was select-
ed as the best single idea for hos-
pitals of 226 beds and over, from
among hundreds of hospital pro-
grams submitted from all over the
country. The hospital's patient
;elation- program is designea to
inform patients of hospital proce-
dures, and to make their stay more
comfortable and interesting" A
panel of five top hospital execu-
tivities acted as judges.
The program, according to Bos-
lin. instituted last year and ser-
viced by volunteer members of
the hospital's Women's Auxiliary,
is considered one of the hospital's
outstanding programs in patient
lelations.
The volunteer greets the pat-
ient in the lobby of the hospital,
where a special area is sot up for
a brief interview. The p'lticnt is
;'sked only essential questions,
Mid then a relative is usually in-
lerviewed lor further intormation
while the patient is escorted to
the laboratory for tests. By the
time the patient has completed
the tests, he is fully-registered.
>nd the volunteer can escort him
to his room, explain hospital ser-
vices and Drocedures. and answer
i.ny questions the patient may
have.
Mount Sinai won in the category
of best single Patient Relations
Ideas, waa selected from
among hundreds of programs sub-
mitted by hospitals all over the
country. The award was present-
ed to the hospital by Ben Gross-
man, representing the S. M. Edi-
wn Chemical Company of New
imi 'Y1 Camps
Active Here
Programs
litical convention, the elec-
Miss and Mr. Astronaut.
[make believe visit to foreign
were the highlights of the
imp program conducted by
'M and YWHA of Greater
Bt its three branches this
reek,
amp Ma Ka Bee. the Miami
Ch Camp, Amy Jo Brenner
BOSen 8S Miss Astronaut and
ioldfnib her male counter-
in keeping with the sum
jne space theme adopted by
I camp The camp is now
|ing a visit with the Home
Missile site.
s a Small World" was the
at Camp Shalom at the
-,Y" this week. Each group
cd a different country and
itcd the rooms at the "Y"
ecpinf. with the national
is. Among countries select-
erc Israel, Ireland, France,
a and Japan. The girls'
cooked some of the tradi-
dishes of each country, and
|e campers joined in partici- York City, sponsors of Pulse.
in the folksongs and dances
countries represented.
Receiving a statuette and a 250 grant for a
national first prize in patient relations ior Mt.
Sinai Hospital are Admitting Registration Vol-
unteers (left to right) Mrs. Sam Seltzer, Mrs.
Coleman Bulman and Mrs. S. C. Levenson.
Marvin Bostin, associate director of Mt. Sinci
is s.hown (left center) with Ben Grossman, who
presents the national honor on behalf of Puls?
Magazine, a hospital trade publication.
week's activities ended
costume day. with each
r preparing an appropriate
al costume.
the North County "Y," boys
girls ol Camp Noar produced
irst issue of the camp news-
r and prepared for a mock
cal convention, in keeping
the forthcoming conventions
e American scene.
Members of the committee are
Mrs. Simon Bloom, chairman,
Mrs. Coleman Bulman. co-chair-
man, and Mrs. Frances Becker-
man. Mrs. Shepard Broad. Mrs.
Arthur Burrell, Mrs .1. Davidson.
Mrs Morris Fisher. Mrs. Phillip
GalisOB, Mvs Sally Krone, Mrs.
Rosalia Kulick, Mrs. ftUtxle Le-
vine, Mrs. Sam Levenson, Mrs.
Charles Milkes, Mrs. Samuel Selt-
A group of 21 "Candystripers" are "capped"
as Junior Aides in Louis E. Wolfson Auditor-
ium of Mt. Sinai Hospital. In a special course
given by Registered Nurse instructors who are
members of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary,
Junior Aides receive training to permit direct
patient contact. Co-chairmen of the "Candy-
striper" program are Mrs. Albert Chisling and
man. Irene Galey. Standing (left to right) are
Josie Johnstone, Marion Gord.-in, Valerie Gold-
man, Irene Galey. Standing left to right) cit3
Janice Griffin, Christine Barber, Cheryl Kap-
lan, Sarina Mizrahi, Francine Feldman, Mrs
Sheldon, Linda Haas, Jackie Wolf, Ellen Co
hen, Robin Bratter, Tamra Sheffman. Nc
shown are Rohan Bear, Anita Cohen. Barbara
Halbrich, Pamela Pugliesse, Linda Roser
kranz, Barbara Seldin, Shelley Wissner. ar.r'
Co-Chaiiman Mrs. Albert Chisling.
Brandeis Women Elect Miamian
y .'
The 73.000 member National
Women's Committee of Brandeis
University held its I6tb annual
conference recently on the cam-
ter~~Mrs! Jacob Sher, Mrs. Sidney I pus of the Waltham. Mass., liberal
'lelier. and Mrs. Sam Wiesen.
arts university, devoting three
Everybody gels what I hey want
days of intensive meetings and
workshops to the theme. "Profiles
for Progress."
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, of 107 W.
Rivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach, was
elected a vice president of the
organization.
The National Women's Commit-
tee, the largest friends-of-a-library
movement in the world, is the sole
support of the Brandeis library,
and is dedicated to increasing the
library's present 350.000 books to
the goal of one million volumes.
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Friday
Hi
Books for the Blind 5ocia/i*
t Mrs. Hary I. Finke, president. Jewish Braille Institute oi Amer-
ica presents a copy of the first complete Hagqadah in Hebrew
and English braille to Barbara Wacrreich. 18. who is legally
blind and deaf at headquarters of the Institute in New York
City.
Confined from Page IB
.;->: \!:lt. -. hn are goin^;
ship and train rath-
er than by plane wherever pos-
sible A week of sightseeing
ir. Ken York CitJ -nd the Fair
will precede their midJuh
board the luxunou- United
Stale-. tir>t slop. England .
Countries on the ltinery include
and, Norway. Sweden. Den-
mark. Germany. Holland. B- i
gium. France. Switzerland. Aus-
tria, Italy and Israel In
Haifa, they'll board the neu SS
Shalom, due back in lhi> coun
try in early October Former
prez of Community Women -
Club of Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay
Harbor Islands :>hirley was in
stalled as life founder president
of the organization in May
A \acation in Blowing R^k
N C for Mark and Susan Rub-
follow in. attendance at the IV"
District Convention of B'r. .
B'rith at Durham Pre\s
South Dade BB. Mark accepted
chairmanship of the Florida State
Lodge pro-ram committee dur-
ing the conclave Keeping
pace with oil
- .eep of Shalom Chap-
ter BB Returning to their
home Sunday in time to bid
adieu to Su-an sister, Marsha
Talianoff The pert r
old le., week on an Arista
student Tour through the l'nite State- and Mexico, traveling by
train and bus Parent.- of the
popular >oung ladies. Mr and
Mr- George Talianoff. leaw
Monday for a three week Euro
pean vacation, where they will
visit Madrid. Majorca. Cannes.
Lake O>mo. Paris and Copen
haeen.
Mr- C.enc G. Olsen. Ion;: time
Miamian. this week jetted from
New York for a tour through
Denmark. Sweden and Norwaj
will continue her trip
-it to all the principal
--:a and a Stop mi
Berlin before return
country on :. SS
the end of Aug let
eomparati' i .ht-'
will t
vacation, which
flight to rtreit i
w here -he -, l
her dau|
Don E K' rj -
and husband. Dr \
man
Mr ar, Cohen are back n i
visiting in Miami, b:
them their chikln
I'e-a 3. am Davi
month- While here
houMguesti ( Fayi
\h and Mrs Hyman Ma
of 1290 SW !7th St. .
is chairman of the Social
and Hlstorj Depart! t r-.t Community College
Winch ("it\ He and "he
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! rearlv SM volumes
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Books ar*1 I cm room, to
room on a noiseless book cart by
mi bin ot the Cedars Auxiliary
The new sen ice by women vol-
unteers has been in effect for se\
- -et with
the pat>.
Mrs Ted Lottern.a" Auxiliary
announced that .i
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humorous rnes. are now being 3c
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of automatic
weapon file were directed from
the Syrian emplacfn ard
; v-.mora near the Sea
if GalHae .n northern Israel No
injuries were repcrted Israel did
rot return the f.re and lodged
a complii-t it*i the l"N Mixed
Armistice Cor
On Thursli}. three Israelis were
injured when Syrian positions fir-
ed on farmers and at an Israeli
jatrol car proceeding along its
usual route Thursday's incident
was the first serious border at-
tack .n several months
In the Knesset Eliaelech Ri
malt, a member of the Liberal
Party, called for an emergency
meeting of the Foreign Affairs
Committee to diseuss the Syrian
border attacks
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fJenisfi fkridhhin
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... IADES OF LAVENDER
Orchid is Leslie Babel's favorite color, so
"her-in-Iav -to-be, Mrs. Victor Licbman.
\w ti II that the I shaped table had epergncs
lavender baby orchids. The bridal brunch
, hei honor was at the Jardin Suiaae, Leslie,
lu -' of Mr. and Mrs. .Norman Babel, will
wed on Aui; 30 to Warren Licbman Among
leal were the two grandmothers. Mrs. I.
luton and Mrs Minnie Polakow. Grandmoth
rs certainly don't look like grandmothers these
ays. Then there .ere Mr-. Irving Frank. Mrs.
ack Stein. Mrs Donald Rubin and Mrs. Sidney
Scl ;rtz
fELCOME EVERYBODY
It's the thing to do. Go to I.ucayan Beach,
at. drink and laze in the sun. It's hard to keep
Jack of who goes which weekend, especially
net there ha- been a steady stream of Miamians
Beachites Along with the "Westview t'oun
Cli-b Welcome sign were Miilicent and
frbtr* Tenenbom. Diane and Dr. Ernest Hal-
mi, ace and S. T. Taylor, Phyllis and Larry
Dsenherg. Lolly and Paul Shiekman. Helen and
ymour Somerstein. Millie and Hi Greenblat.
wlyn ind Herbert Logan and Millie and Irv-
Lovitt. The welcome sign was also out for
race and Bernard Pallant. Edna and James
lapman Jean and Sol Blasenstein. Martha and
jrl Susskind. Rena and Fred Somerstein and
Irs. Lillian Bernstein.

FIGURES
When people on vacation finally set around
writing card-, they always arrive home he-
re the card. So ir was with Kuthie and Charlie
kcobsi n. Theirs came from Casablanca, and
s absolutes} ecstatic. The same day. Ruthie
ml Charles arrived home absolutely ecstatic,
IRPRiSE
:utn and B Zion Ginsburg went to Games
ctccs 4
ville to see their son. Edwin, graduate from the
University Of Florida Law School Who met
them at the door of the Ginsburg house besides
Eddie's wife, Rita, and the baby. Lynn? Their
daughter, Barbara (Mrs Jack' Rosoff. who had
Mown in from Larchmont to see her brother get
his degree. Then she flew right back so that
she could celebrate her seventh anniversary with
husband Jack and the two little girls. Rita. Ed-
die and the baby, with a huge trailer full of
their possessions, drove to Miami, where they
are gofog to live, in planty of time to say good-
bye to the other set of grandparents. Dotty and
Leon Kaplan, who will join the happy throng to
Europe this year.
REAL HEP
Barbara Katz adorable in white, with two
little yellow orchids, feeling every nit as old
as her newly acquired age of sixteen, greeted
her guests at luncheon
at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. Yellow and white
daisies and carnations
formed a charming
background 'or the
beautiful birthday cake
with its seventeen can-
dles which means, ac-
cording to old tradition,
that she won't get mar-
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bara's mother. Muriel
(Mrs. Eugene) Katz.
had several of her own
friends to lend moral
support. Among them
were Mrs. Melvin Beck-
er. Mrs Charles Askoff and Mrs. Charles Alenier.
\ folk singer provided the high point of the day.
The girls were entranced. Sixteen is a won-
derful age.
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Rabbinical Unit
Elects President
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At the recent convention >f the
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;oo delegates from every part of
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Next regular meeting of the
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Monday evening 7:30 p.m.. at
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25. will be finalized. Cancellor
Commander Frederick Zeiger
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Friday. July 10. 1964
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yours,
QR. anr' Mrs. Daniel Franco
* held a cocktail party Sun-
day fternoon, celebrating the
birth i their son, Steven. The
affair held in their spacious
South Dade home, was attended
by a: ut two hundred guests.
.Mr- Franco greeted her guest*
in ai Jce blue -ilk sheath which
had narrow white band run-
ning from the high neckline to
the nger torso line and en-
circlii the hipline. White lace
over yellow was Mrs. Howard
Kata choice. Her sheath was
sleeveless with a scooped neck
line (I had a full-length match-
ing < at. Mr- Macy Keyes was
in a raspberry-colored moygash-
el sheath which featured a lat
ticed tut-out band deep in the
skirt A three piece red and
white -ilk linen suit was worn
I by Mrs. Stanle) Roth. Her
tuxec -stylo jacket had the single
butti and was in red as wai
the steath skirt. The jacket was.
Ipiped in white, and her blouse
was -o white.
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Mrs Henry Shier wore a warp-
ed silk taffeta ensemble. Her
sheath was in white with a soft
floral print, and the matching
capelctte was lined in the foliage
green. Mrs. Richard Pallot'a
moygashel shift was in the pop-
ular raspberry color cut to give
a two-piece effect from the back
and detailed at the hemline with
pleated, swirled appliques of the
self-fabric White silk surrah
with black almost splattered in
a modernistic print was worn by
Mrs. Richard Stone. Her scoop-
ed neckline featured a latticed
drawstring which tied in a full
bow. and her bodice was the
blouson silhouette,
THE important shock colors
were chosen by Mrs. Charles
Hintmel. Diagonals in red.
orange, blue, and green were
separated with narrow bands of
white. The high necked dress
was a pure silk. Mrs. Richard
Helfman's ice pink moygashel
had deep inverted pleats at each
side from the waist to the hem.
and were detailed in black. The
pleats helped to give the skirt
the Aline silhouette. Mrs. Ron-
ny Alpert topped her white crepe
sheath with a sleeveless jacket
in royal and white horizontal
stripes. Yellow linen was used
in the draped ascot tie. A navy
skirt and beige overblouse were
worn by Mrs. Lenny Parker. Her
overblouse had a deep V-neck-
line, and she tucked a paisley
printed chiffon scarf into the
neck.
Mrs. Fred Sher's aqua-and-
white abstract print had a high
COWled neckline and a smoothly-
pleated skirt. A two-piece sky-
blue 'ace was the choice of Mrs.
Alan Hertz. Her overblouse but
toned down the back, and the
front had the cowled neckline.
Mrs Jay Mitchell was in a white
silk sheath with a tropical flow-
er printed in vivid hothouse pink
on the skirt. A touch of green
was also used, and the two col-
ors were repeated at the scoop-
ed neckline. White silk with
black polka dots was worn by
Mrs Morris Levitt. Her sleeve-
less sheath also had the softly-
cowled neckline. Mrs Bertram
Thorpe was in a pale pink silk
sheath with a touch of pink chif
fon at the neckline.
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lace Mrs Richard Fink's
in blue two-piece pique
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end white middy-style over-
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Dr. MB. Cirlin (center), director of procurement for the Mt
bmai Hospital Blood Bank, presents citations to (left to riqht)
Malvm Englander. Dr. Arthur A. Shapiro. Howard Levine and
nenry rreedman. members of Hibiscus Masonic Lodqe 275
m honor of their 40th blood donation to Hibiscus Blood Bank'
iney also received sterling silver five-gallon club caids
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Democratic Club
Meeting Slated
Next Wednesday
Next meeting of the Democratic
Club of Miami Beach will be held
in the Seville Hotel at 8:30 p.m.,
en Wednesday.
Top speakers on the a;jenda will
be Metro Dade County Commis
sioner Alex S. Gordon in a dis-
| cussion of "The Machinations of
Metropolitan Government" and
Miami City Commissioner Steph
j en P. Clark in "Operations of City
i Government."
Club President Wally Gluck will
i discuss "Citizens' Voter Rights."
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
offers to members and friends
a second fabulous
FRIENDSHIP CRUISE
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50 DAYS
MIAMI to MIAMI
Leave Sept. 11, Return Oct. 31
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Pans fashion designer Jacques Haim had soft sea breezes
starry skies and the gentle rustle of waves in mind when h"
designed his latest creation in scarlet organza (standing mod:
el) and named it Shalom" in honor of Israel's newest luxury
passenger liner. tl>e SS Shalom, recently completed in Franc7
frhrmK evtn\"9.gwn was modeled recently at a unique
fashion show held in prototype cabins of the Shalom at the
iSZi!* NKaZa,ire- ThS yUng ,ady Seated is wearing
a_cocktcnl dress by Heim called "Veronigue." 9
Jefferson Assets Climbing
Arthur H. Courshm. chairman
of the board of the Jefferson Na-
tional Bank, has announced the
first Statement of Condition of
the bank a-; of Juno 30. reached
in 77 business days since tho
hank's official opening on Mar.
16. Assets total $7.691.179 79. Of
this figure, S6.63S. 186.07 represent
deposits and $17,000 letters of
credit. Accrued interest and other
abil'ties come to $4."..22r>69.
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-. tanpaa Befh Shalom bl .re comisc season B Kaplan, Mrs. Irv^ig Westin and Mrs Ethel
are mergers of the Siatorbood s Executive Shapiro. A program of activities around the
Committee. Lett lo right see'ed are Mrs. Harry theme, "Beth Sholom's Festival of the Arts
V.'oir: Mrs Hoary A Gordon. Mrs. Leo Lev- was discuised. and specific fund-rc,s.:.? pre
.:. cres.-er- Mm LOOJl F. Snetman. Mrs. Ber.- jects were analyzed.
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an SS Shalom tour shown at Hadassah Med- Fannie Sokol. Mrs. Dorothy Skobe!
ical Center in Jerusalem, Israel. Left to right and Mrs. Samuel Schilling,
ere Mrs. Ann Axelrod. chairman of supplies,

Pallot Renamed
Committee Chief
Beautifii ition 11 the Bi i a) n<-
Boulerard appn chei to the new
>]> : [U ix- one of th< coocen -
E \ II Pallot attorn<> who
r.a- heei elected chairman oi the
Miami Beairtification ornmittee
loi th< fourth time
Pallot Ukej office in th<- fall.
repUeing Gordon E Smith Little
River Jeweler and present com-
mittee chairman Smith will re-
main a- honorary chairman
Pallot who for th- pa^t two
yean ha- been honorary commit-
t<-- chairman, firat took office in
1859 when the city heantification
group '.a- formed He aarved a>
chairman until \v,2
Pallot listed Bucarne Blvd .
Julia Tut*;.- Causeway, Dixie
11 Brickell Ave and Plagter
61 ai beautification ireai he
would like to -< completed
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Friday, July 10, 1964
* Jen i*s#? fhtridiom
Page 9 5
Judge Moore Takes
Iver as Commander
If Pythias Unit
Judge Edward N. Moore was in
tailed as grand chancellor of the
Irand Domr.in of Florida, Knights
f Pythias, at a banquet Saturday
muht at the Barcelona Hotel at-
tended by more than 300 persons.
At 41. Judge Moore, a member
Bf the Miami law firm of Wal-
ers, Moore and Costanzo, is one
the youngest members of the
Pythian Order to achieve top
statewide leadership in Florida,
le has been a municipal judge
six years and a city attorney
lor ten.
Judge Moor* was born in Bos-
on, Mass., in 1923. He attended
Northeastern and Emerson Col
s, Boston, and received his
w degree at the University of
tiami in '950 Before taking up
law, he was a radio announcer
nd news commentator in Massa-
chusetts, Arizona and at WOAM
and WIOD. Miami.
A former director of the Miami
Jcach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce and past president of Flag-
er-Granada Jewish Community
enter, Judge Moore joined the
ibles Lodges. Knights of Pythias.
1950. In 1951 he helped form
he Flagler Lodge and became its
lancellor commander, a post to
lien he was reelected the fol-
Swing year.
Thcreaftei. he became ctive in
(rand Lodge work, representing
Tie Flagler Lodge. He erved as
liairman of proficiency for the
JUDCl tDWARD MOORl
State of Florida and was elected
to the Grand Lodge as Outer Guard i
in 1961, moving steadily upward j
to achieve election to the high-
est state pDt at the Grand Lodge
convention at Orlando last Apr. 24. ,
Judge Moore has served as
chairmaO of the Television Com-
mittee of the Dade County Bir
Association for three years. He
i' a member also of the Moose,
Elks. American Legion. Disabled
War Veterans and a Mason.
He is married to the former
Edith Oshetoff. of Newark. N.J.,
and they have four children, Rob-
ert 15. Daniel 14. Richard 10. and
Susan 8 They live at 120 SW 54th
Ave
Dade Federal's
Resources Rise
Joseph M. Lipton. president,
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, reported
bis week the association resources
is of June 30. 1964 had risen to
.214.676.987.60. compared with
5197.855.022.M as of June 90, 1963,
ui 8.5 percent increase in total
resources for the 12-month per-
iod enr'ed June 30, 1964.
Savings moved upward to $189.-
S64.246 i2 as of June 30, 1963. com-
pared to $177,431.167 81 for the
imp time one year ago for a
percentage increase of 7 per-
cent.
Dade Federal Savings' mort-
gage loan portfolio increased
sharply, 12.3 percent or a total
of S18o,768,383.26 as of June 30,
1964, compared to $166,352,649.6V
as. of June 30, 1963.
Total dividends on savings ac-
counts reached a record high, $1.-
472.891.77. lor the 12 month per-
iod ended June 30. 1964 The asso.
ciation recorded 72.060 savings ac-
count holders as of June. 1963,
.'nd 17.600 mortgage account mem-
bers.
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association was established and
received its Federal Charter in
1934. and is presently celebrating
three decades of savings and loan
service to the South Florida com-
munity.
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Holly Matthews 7, of 1101 Opa-locka Blvd., sits in a sea c
new pennies surrounded by the smiling faces of (left to ngh
North Miami Councilman Charles Kinze'l, Gilbert Reilly (Uncl ?
Sam) and Joseph M. Lipton, president, Dade Federal Saving i
and Loan Association. The occasion was the grand openin
of Dade Federal Savings' new North Miami office on NW 7th
Ave. at 126th St. Holly broke a record by stuffing dozens c
pennies into the ceramic Uncle Sam bank given to her br
Dade Federal officials. New "small account holders" werr
given free banks and sixty seconds to fill them.
Minsk Synagogue Story Confirmed In N.Y. Tribune
J$ar NEW YORK (JTA) The
Xovosti Press Agency, sn official
news service of the Soviet Gov-
ernment with headquarters in
Moscow, denied last weekend that i The denial was made in a letc
demolition of the synagogue at ] to the New York Herald Tribut
Minsk had begun recently while which originally published the i
the congregants were attending port about the tearing down
service-; in the house of worship, the Minsk synagogue.
Ronald Fried
Temple Or Olom will be the site
the Bar Mitxvah of Ronald Lee
. Fried (in Saturday inclining, July
11 with Rabbi
^Kmucl April of-]
ciatiim.
I Ronald is the
9Kn <>!' Mrs. Char-'
tte Weiss. Mi-
and Stan-!
'ried. Ridge
Y.I. Mr.,
Mn \at'
m b e r g,
Jan.! and Mrs.
le Fried. Mi-
ll Beach, are
grandparents
September, Ronald will enter.
1th grade at Rockway Junior |
and play first trumpet in the
tphonic band,
iddu.sh will follow the morning
Ronald fried
services, and a reception at home
on Sunday will honor the cele-
brant.
Robert Glatter
Robert, sen of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Glatter, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, July 11. at
Beth Moshc Congregation.
Kiddush in Robert's honor spoil.
sored by his parents will follow
the service-; in Popiel Social Hall
Robert is a student at the Beth
Moshe Hebrew School and attends
Westview Junior High, where he
plays cello in the school orchestra.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
at the ceremony.
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Maria Dee Olmick joins her
hrother, Shawn Kevin 2. at 897")
SW 76th St. She arrived July 3
at South Miami Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. Alan (June) Olinick.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harold (Pearl) Lowenthal and
Mr. and Mrs. David (Vi) Olinick.
both of Coral Gables. Lucky
Maria Dee also has great-grand-
parents, Gussie and Philip Lowen-
thal. of Miami Beach.
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Martin and Lennye Stein are
the parents of a second son, Rich-
ard Alan, born on Independence
Day. July 4. He joins his brother.
Michael. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Botwick and Mr.
and Mrs Joe Stein.
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race in the Middle East, accord-
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feared Israel and that war withl
that country was inevitable. He
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Cuban Hebrew
Circle Appoints
Rabbi Rozencweig
Cuban Hebrew Circle of Miami
baa engaged R*MH Dov Rozen
twetg as its new religious leader.
Regularly scheduled Orthodox
leUgiow aervieea will be held on
Saturdays Ul holidays at 8:30
a.m., and at 6:30 p.m at 1519
Washington Ave.
Rabbi Rozencwcig. a native ol
Lublin. Poland, was educated in
the world-famous Rabbinical
Seminary Chofetl Chaim in Rodin.
Poland.
During the Nazi occupation of
Poland, he spent four years in
the Great Pinsker Swamp in
Russia, where he was engajjed
in guerrilla warfare against
German occupying forces.
In 1946. he escaped from the
yoke of Soviet Communism and
settled in Havana. Cuba.
Fidel Castro's takeover of Cuba
I sain forced Rabbi Rozencweig to
flee. He and his wile, ll.inna. to-
gether with their two daughters,
Rebecca and Judith, arrived in
Miami in the fall of 19~>9
Dr Felix 11. Re>ler is president
of the Cuban Hebrew Circle in
Miami.
RABBI DOV ROZENCWEIG
Frisco Dancers At
Pops1 Sunday
The San Francisco Contempor-
ary Dancers will be presented as
the fifth attraction in the summer
Pop*" series at Miami Beach
Auditorium on Sunday night, at
8 15. performing four exciting
dances and dance-dramas from
their celebrated repertory.
According to Barnett Breeskin.
hrector of the "Pops." it will
mark the first time that a dance
company has served as the stellar
attraction for a concert.
Brandeis Fellows
Name Floridians
By Special Report
WALTHAM, Mass. Edward
(ioldstein. of Palm Beach, has
been elected a regional vice chair-
man of the Fellows of Brandeis
Cniversity
The Fellows is a group of dis-
tinguished men and women
throughout the nation who have
assumed major roles in the de-
velopment of Brandeis Cniversity.
Two other Floridians have
been reflected members of the
President's Council at Brandeis,
an advisory group to Brandeis
President Abram L. Sachar.
They are Paul R. Gordon and
Ernest Janis, both of Miami
Beach.
Goldstein is president and treas-
urer of Jewelsmiths. Inc.. of Bos-
ton. Mass.. and a long time civic
and philan'hropic worker both in
New England and in Florida, his
home through most of the year.
+Je*is*ncrklian
'Echoes of Israel'
Due on Boards Here
Next July 18 and 19
Michael A. Golan's production.
Echoes of Israel." a coordinated
show presented in concert starring
outstanding Israeli talent, will be
seen here twice, on Saturday night.
July 18. at Miami Beach Auditor-
ium, and on Sunday night, July
19. at Dade County Auditorium.
Miami. Both performances are
set for 8:30 p.m.
Merc in town at the Cadillac-
Hotel. Golan said that the show.
which twice packed Carnegie Hall,
will star the Four Ayalons, a com-
edy-satiric group who first work-
ed together as youngsters in the
Valley of Ayalon during the Is-
rael War of Liberation in 1948.
entertaining at the front lines, in
dug-outs and army camps.
The Four Ayalons went on to
become famous on Israel radio,
and were photographed by Life
Magazine in 1956, giving one of
their unforgettable performances
in the middle of the desert while
appearing before the Israeli
Army in the Sinai campaign in
195e.
Later, they were invited to ap-
pear at the renowned Cafe Sabra
in New York, earned the plaudits
of the New York columnists, and
appeared several times on the Ed
Sullivan show. Golan, who is also
president of ATE records, produc-
ed a record with them called.
"Sing Along with Israel." which
has become a best-seller.
Also featured in "Echoes of Is-
rael" will be Sarah Rubine. singer
who is considered by many Is-
rael's outstanding musical com-
edy star, having sung everywhere
from the Do-Rc-Mi Theatre in Is-
rael to the Habibi in Brussels, the
Sabra in Buenos Aires and Gros-
singers. New York. She has also
appeared on the Ed Sullivan
show.
Friday, July IA 1964
Top Israeli comics are the Four Ayalons. who will :?tar in
"Echoes of Israel." the concert production which Michael A.
Golan will present on Saturday. July 18. a', Miami Beach
Auditorium, and Sunday. July 19. at Dade County Auditor-
ium. Left to right are Baruch Nadav, Mordechai Yaror Eitan
Lev and Gad Mann.
Judge Silver
To be Installed
Bar President
Judge Sam 1 Silver will be in-
stalled as president of the Dade
County Bar Association at a reg-
ular membership meeting of
judges and lawyers.
Installation luncheon is schedul-
ed for Monday. July 20. at the
Everglades Hotel.
Stamp Book Card Party
Mrs. Jack Grusby. ways and
menu chairman, is in charge ol
the Southwest Jewish Center Sis-
terhood stamp hook card party to l
he held at the Center on Sunday
at 7:30 p.m.
lUDCt SAM i. suvn
Jacob Cohen Community Synagogue
On Beach Now Nearing Completion
The first new synagogue on
Miami Beach in years is nearing
the tinishing touches, equipped
v ith the most modern facilities.
traditional designs and architec-
ture.
Jacob C. Cohen, president and
founder of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue, said that
the revised plans in the synagogue
call for a main sanctuary with 600
comfortable theatre seats,
The ancient tradition, with the
Torah Bimah in the center of
the synagogue, will be restored.
The Ark will be a replica of an
open Torah Scroll, with room for
even scrolls and silver orna-
ments. In addition, there will
be a daily chapel 'or 75 wor-
shippers, a social hall and ad-
ministrative offices.
The light lixtures were design
?hI especially for the synagogue.
The vinyl wall covering will be of
traditional design especially
drawn for the sanctuary.
The office of the synagogue will
be open the last week in July for
High Holiday reservations and
membership subscription. The
first 200 members, who will con-
stitute the founders of the syna-
gogue, will receive a complimen-
tary admission card for the High
Holiday services.
The synagogue will be under the
spiritual leadership of Rabbi Abra-
ham Weinschneider, formerly of
Dallas. Tex For the High Holi-
days, there will be a father and
son rabbinic team leading the ser-
vices The young Rabbi Wein-
schneider. graduate of the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago,
will read the services in English.
The con-truction and the design
ing of the synagogue are under
the supervision of Rabbi Tibor
H. Stern, spiritual leader of Beth
Jacob Congregation, who will con-
tinue to give spiritual guidance
to the new synagogue.
Cohen is also a life member of
Beth Jacob Congregation. The
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue will cost approximately
$250,000. excluding lurnishings
, and religious articles.
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1964
Jew(*#ifridlian
Page 11-5
ie Gordon
_|way at 92
| I Bjonlon. 92, of 1021
Keel July i at the
Hthe Orthodox Jew
fs. Cordon came to
Eicon, Ga., 39 years
[a member of Beth
fed.
two sons, Irvin
[daughters, Mrs. Sue
Laura Quittner.
rank, and Miss Rita
hmrichildren and six
lldren.
Bre held July 5 at
ral Home, with in-
It. Nebo Cemetery.
tecju Noticr
LEGAL NOTICE
riCTE
"lTCXL NOtlCE"
>.'. ..f .'>;:." s\v SSrd
6. Services 1 n Brook*
Cordon.
...my. '.IS of HO F. 2Sth
idled July ;.. Kiverslda.
prs. Fanni-.-, 84, of -'-'
Jli;il< ah. Uiv.-i side,
lus. :.;. of 2*o i: I'll.id..
In Brooktrn. Riverside.
, of >-"" NW 4th Ave.
lew York iiiy. River-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOB DADS COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63606-1
l\ KK: Entail of
FIjORBNCE E. MM.I.Kit
I i. censed. (
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* Rnd All Pemnns Hav-
ing Claims .ir Demands Against Bald
i :-i.n.
V-.ii are hereby notified and re-
quired preaenl any claims and de-
nitinda which you may nave against
Hi.- .-in,- of Florence i:. HUler de-
ceased late "f Had.- County, l-liihla,
io the County Judges of Dade County,
and fil>- the same In duplicate and aa
provided in Bection 73.*.. I r,. Florida
statutes, In their offices in the Coim-
ty Courthouse in Ihid,. County, Flor-
ida, within xi\ calendar months from
Hi. time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23th
da) of June, A.D, 1*64:
ROBERT B. nil.I.Kit
As Executor
Fir>t publication of tills notice on
th. loth,day >! July. 1964.
.hi.us Hi EKSTUNO
Attoi it y for E'.eoutor
7530 Red Road, South .Miami, l-'ia.
7/10-17.24*31
of i "-". r Jefferson
of it:;:, n.
jre
rler
Ride.
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. Itivusid,
I, Nathan, 71. of 341
Gordon.
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tallan<
Urs arlyle
p^ifH Jo. .
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Legal notice
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ABB FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
[ No. 63719-B
I^Bf V S IPERSTEIN
Zf^^^HgF' 'I
aatlCE TO CREPITORS
^rT(ir,BBjPlf*"'r' and Ml I ,n- Hav-
ing- llnldTo: Demands .U.iin-I Said
Estate:
You art- a o.i
lulrc-d to pi i ii.>i .i.
manda sthJe1 you have agalnsi the
estate ofT) i i s V SAI'KltSTRIN
deaejaaadfat. >:. tn the <"oK|> Jinbses <>f I'ad.- I'onnty.
file the .i a. in dui'llcate and as
provided In -..,.-,
Statutes. In i offices In the Coun-
v Oiirrthou.se in Had.- i'onnty. II. v-
Ida, wlttfl|s'\ calendar months- from
the time Of i in- lost puldlcntion h.i.-
of. or ttaVnni.- will I..- harr.-d.
Dated at Mi inn, l-'l-.uda, this 7th
day of Jufi\ A.D. 1964
RKDKJ-:Y r SAFERSTEIN
I A. I \. rutrix
First pub i
10th 0\
SIDNEY X. I:> H'ZIN
ncy^fc- F\..| mi ;\
Miami. Ploalda ::i::i
7 lo-iT :'i-::i
IN TN COL \TY JUDGES COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I No. 63303C
IN RK:.Eatai
anea burman
I
-NOT
To AJ1
ln Claim*
Estate:'
You are
quired
manda
estate
i he sain.
' "oart
E TO CREDITORS
pis and All i*i i aona Hai -
I'l-inaioU Agalnal Said
n. i iij notlfii d and n
|es i an i i.iims and di -
La have against the
V I'l 'RTMAN dec< ii i d
tint}. Florida, Io the
..f Dade County, and
duplicate and as pro-
i 733.16, Florida Btat-
Mi. In the i 'ount)
Hade County, F
i lar months fiom the
-i publii at Ion hei > .
anrflv.
Ha ami, l-"li i-nla. this Sth
of Jul\
A i
>: liUFFNISFUC

li -
IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63628-A
IN i:k; Batata "'
M1CI1AKI. COHEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To au CredltoM and aii I'eraoiia Hav-
mK I'lami... or Demanda Auuut Maid
i Batate:
You an- hereby notified and re-
quired to pros, nt any claims and de-
mands which .mm maj hav. against
th. eatate of MH'MAFl, COHEN
.....- late -.f Bade County, 1- lor-
Ida. to the Count] Judues ..f Dadi
County, ami in. hi,- iami in duplicate
and as provided In Section 73S.lt,
Plot Ida statin.-, in tin ir offices in
th. Count) Courthouac In I'ado Coun-
ty, Florida, wrlthln six calendar months
fi-nii in. iiin,. ,,, ,),,. first publication
hereof, nr the same will I., barred.
I'at..I at Miami, Flolldu, this .'Mil
tlaj id June, A.I >. IM4,
i-'uani i:s i i inkn
MFRYI.K A. KAMI i:i.S
MORTI.MKH S i. nlFN
A- BXl ill.ii s
Flrsl publication of ihis notice "ii
the l"ih da) of July, l4.
M< IRTIMER s ri >HKN
\ n. \ for Km Itol -
"!:: Alnaley Bull
_________________^_ ;' !;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Ni. 63646 B
IN t:i: Estate of
s VII Ml SIIJJERM \N
I '. .-. as. .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po \:i i 'reditoi and \il i'. raons Hav-
Ins riaini.s or Demands Against Said
Kstati .
You are hi n i >> notified and i. -
quit i d tn present an) claims and de-
mands which M-n ma) have against
the estate of SARAH SII.I'.FUMAN
deceased late ..f Dade i'onnty. Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.14,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the i'onnty Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar montba
from th. time of the first publication
hereof, ..i th, .-am,. iii i barred.
I'.n-'l at Miami .Florida, this 7th
da) id July, A.D. l'";i
It!"HEN HILBKRMAN
ALFRED STEIN
As Fx.-cutolK
F i -i publication ol this notlc, on
th. Huh day of July, 194 i
SIMON, HAYs ,v UHl'.NDWFRa
Attorne) lor ESstate
a-i Alnale) Bullding
_____________________ 7 1"-I7-:i-.:i
; in the county judge's court
in and for dade county,
florida in probate
No. 63762-A
IN RE: Kstate of
I'll.I.IK FRANKED,
Dec* ied.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fredltoi s -n,i Mi l, i autia II.n -
i lalnta .-i l manda \gulnal Said
Kslat. .
You -ii" hen h) notified and re-
quired to pu--ni an) claims and de-
mands hi Ii .-a mas liia. against
ih. estate of ill.I.IK I-1: V.NK i:i..
dace ised Inti ol I de I 'ount). Flor-
ida, In he i'....... i .!_.-.. u( I i.i.i,
"i unl an i i. in di
and a- provld, I -i Sect ion .
flot Li SI ituti n 'h......II i-
the Count) Courth.ius. In I 'a.i, C......
Florida, ilemlar months
the lime of iii- Hrat publii
in reof, ..i Hi, nine ill be li.n ri !
I'll' d al Allan. Fli rlda, iln- Si h
of lui.v, \ i' um i
DAVID l-'RANKEL
MARVIN IIKRNARD I l.'.WUKI,
Anita Ml i:m:i. ki;ssii,
As l In.....i ii and Km cuti Ix
of Kstate ol TH Fra .i>,-l
MYERS. IIKIMAN 41 KAII.AN
B) : Louis Helman
Attorneys for Bxuoutora .v Bxecutrlx
l150 s \v. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130
7 10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3517
I. I KISLAK Ml IRTGAOE
iiii'i ill \ ri. i.s i ip I 1,1 ii:n i \.
I'L.ini ii i.
\ s.
uaiikkn w. FRENCH, etux, el al,
I 'if. -ndant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
I" Warren w. French and Mary-
i il> ii D, I"., ii.-h. hi.i wife, l:. -i-
dence riikiinHn, if remarried,
their unknown nounes. if living and
If dead, thi Ir unknown h-irs, devlaeea,
:-raiii,-,-s. asslgneeH, l.-nor- credltora,
trustees, ..r other claimants claiming
i,v. ihi-oiiuh. under or agalnsi any <>f
the above named defendants who are
. d, ceased.
You are hereby notified that the
ai.ovo captloned action baa been Insti-
tuted against vou in th,- Circuit Court
of th.- llth Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida- in and for DADE County to f,,r.--
cIoh, a mortnfa upon the following
desorlbadV real property:
l.ot :i Block 'i KKNDAL I! \NilIKS.
ccoi-iUng to the Flat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Uouk Ml at PagJ N
of the Public Reoorda of Dade
County, Florida.
You mix- required to file your answer
to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk
i the .>--ni.I Court, and serve a
copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney
MARTIN FINE, I tth Unnr, Hade
Federal l-.uJIdlng. Miami :;l', Florida
not later than August llth, lmit, or
a liocre.' Fro Coiifesso will he entered
agalnat you.
DATED: June ::. i!o;i
E. li. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
faeal) By: <:. p. COI'ELAND
i'.-iiutv Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Mn.in.y lot l "....:.
, llth Floor Bade Federal Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
7 :l-Hl-17-:'4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 7001
HAY ANN KAMI;
Plaintiff,
vs.
JI.MMIE LEE KAMI!
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
viik. .iim.mm: LEE I.AMH are no-
tiffed to serve a cop) of your answer
io Divorce Complaint filed against
you "ii Plaintiffs attorney, flEORtJE
NIFlliil.AS. ii IJ N.\Y. I.'ih Ave., Mi-
ami. 1 la and fit,- original with Clerk
of this Court on or before July ::i
i'ii'.i. otherwise complaint "ill be i
fetised by you.
IIATE1': .'un, 23, 1064.
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade Coiini>, Florldn
(seal) By: C. P. COPELAND
l 'i puty Clerk
x 6 26, 7 :t -11> -1T
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63453-B
IN RE: Estate of
ISRAEL DAVIDSON
1 o-i-i ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I"-- Ml Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Ksial. :
v..ii are hereby notified and re-
quired io present an) clu n- and u,
mands which ioti in.n have against
Ihe estate of ISRAEL DAVIDSON de-
ceased late ol Wayne County, Mich-
igan, to ih- County Judges of Bade
County, and file Ihe same in dupllc '
and as provided In Section 732.16,
Florida Statin.-. In their offices i"
the Count) Courthouse In Made Coun-
ty, Fi uida. within si\ calendar months
from the i ......i the fir-t publication
hereof, or Ihe same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l'lth
da) i June, A.D. 1864.
JOSEPH DAVIDSON
\- Incillar) Kxecutor
First publication of this notice on
the U'th da) ol June, 1864.
Ki \ N 1:1: A MAN X HEIM ER
Attorneys for ^nclllar) B\ecutor
300 Diiponi Plaza Center
Miami. Florida
rt l-24, 7 10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ih.it
the undersigned, desiring t< ngage In
Iniatness under the fictitious name of
TOWN MOTEL at 111.", North Ki.mie
Avenue, Florida city. Florida Intends
to register Mid name with the Clerk
of the I'lrcuu Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ri'saxna a McDonald
marvin schii.d
Attorney for Susanna A. McDonald
0. 19-26, 7 s-io
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63541 B
IN RE: Kstate ..f
STAblA (lOI'LD, formerly known
as STASI V iRZECHOYVSKI
1 leci a-. !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 Ml Creditors and All Pi I.....< U.t\ -
ing Claims or I......tnds Against Kald
Kstate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired t" pi.-s. nr an) cltiima and d,-
mands wblch sou may have agalnal
he -ii'i- Df S i \si.\ i : ill. 11. :..i -
merl) known im STAS1A DRZE-
I'lliiwsKi deceased late .-f Hade
County, Flotida, to Ihe County Judges
of I lade i "ounl nd I Hi I he sami In
rea In the County C, rtl
in l'a-i. i intj Fli da, a It hin six
ca dai months from the dale of the
publii al i"ii hi ri of, or ih< same
w ill be hit red.
HERBERT 8. SHAPIRO
Kxei utor
Sll VPIRO, FRIED .v \\ K1L
\i i. ne> -
l"7 Km, "In
Miami Beai h. Florida fi 19-26, I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC 6960
HAMlillti; SAVINGS FANE
Plaintiff,
FINKKYJi.NKS. Trustee In
Bankruptcy, et al
I left ndant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Beth J. w.iss a l; a Ted Weiss,
as Trustee
30 Lockae) Sherword Forest
Lynnfleld, MsasachuseLtji
Y*ou are hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted agalnat you in the Circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit "f Flor-
ida in and for Dade County to fore-
close a mortgage upon the following
described real property:
Lot 9 Block :> .,f Revised Flat of
a Portion "f CAROL CITY, recorded
in Plat Book ".7 at Page i:: being a
i. plat nf a portion "l CAROL CITY,
ns recorded In Plat [took S7 at Page
20 of th.- Public Reoorda of Dade
'ounty, Florida.
V"ii are required to file .mum- answi i
1 to plaintiffs complaint wlili tn,- i ieis
of the aforesaid Court, and serve <
loop) ilni.-of upon plaintiffs attorney
MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor, Had. Fed-
leial llulldlng, Miami .;.'. tlorida not
later than Julj L'7. 1964, or -i Decree
Pro I'oiiii-.-s.. will i- entered again
I jou.
DATED: June ::. 1964.
i: i; LEA ["HERMAN, Clerk
'irrait (-..nit, I'a.ie ..Univ. riorlda
taeal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAN
Deput) Clerk
MARTfcX FINE
Attorn, > lor Plaintiff
Hih I I..... I lade Fedi nil Bldg.
Miami 42, Florida
'. :'.;. 7 :-i"-i7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O -
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6728
JAMES Ml 1RELAN1',
Plaintiff
vs.
LELA MAE P, MOREL AND.
I'. i, ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LELA MAE P. MORELAND
Residence L'nkoa n
You. LELA MAE P. MORELANI
are bi ri by nol ifi.-.i that a Bill i
Complaint for DIvoi..... has been fli.
against you. and you are required I
-. r\,- ., copy of your Answer or Pleat
ing to the Bill of Complaint on 0
plaintiffs Attorney, Richard Mortoi
823 N.E. s......nd Avenue, Miam
Florida and file the original Answi
or Pleading In the office of the Clel
of the I'iruuit Court on or before t>
22nd day "f July, 194)4. If you fall t
do so, judment by default will I
taken against you foi the relief d^
manded In the Bill .! Complaint.
This notice shall be published oni
each week for lour conaaottftlve weel
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Mian
Florida, this 16th day of Jun,-, A I
ISM.
E. i: LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
OlrcuM Court, Fade i'onnty. Florida
(seal) By: MARGUERITE MORFOU
Deputy Clerk
RICH A it I > MORTON
7823 N ,E.. s.-cmd Avenue
Miami. Fla. PL 7-:illl
Attorne) for Plaintiff
; 19-26, 7 t-
WCUIT COURT OF THE
CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
IE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
EHY CASE No. 64C 7602
ONZALF7..
ONZALEZ
at.
i OF PUBLICATION
PO GONZALEZ.
. Costa Ulca,
America
si-:i:rii tlONZALEZ. San
[Rica, are requfred t" fli.-
t,. ih.- complaint for ,n-
I th,- Clerk of the above
-----_>mrt. and serve a copv
All N, gretti. At-
v. H" Congress Building,
Bla on or before th<> 12th
gay". HhH or els,- complaint
f-en as confessed.
glBTuK
^B KKATIIKKM \N
: C. P. COPELAND
7/10-17-21-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394- B
in RB: Estate of
ROHA STK1NMF.TZ.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
Hied my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution nnd Final Discharge as
Executrix of th.- estate of ROSA
STBIKMETE, deceased: and that <>n
ih.- 1Mb day of July. 1964, will apply
to the Honorable County JiMiges of
Dade County, iii.'iiia. for arTpToval
"f said Final Report and for distri-
bution and final discharge as Bxecu
trlx of th>- estate ol the above-named
decedent. This 16th day of June, 1964
KITH SPEYER
Bxei ut 1 Ix
MAIti '1,11 A (iHKKXK
Attorn,'\
Hsu N.K. itstb Street
North Miami 61. fia. 6/iU-:'0. 7. 3-iy
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63638-B
IN RE: Kstate of
HILDEOARDE i: WEBSTER
Deceaai .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Credltora and All Persona Hav-
ing I'hi.uis .ii Demands Against Said
Kslat,:
You are hereby notified and re-
uuired to present any claims and de-
mands which > ii may have against
the estate of llildecaide E. Webster
ii,-. .a-, ,1 lai, of Dads County. FleeMa,
to the County. Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, and file tile same In duplicate and
in provided in Section 7:t:}.10. Florida
Statutes. In ih. ii offices In the i'onn-
ty Courtkooae in Hade I'.ainty. Flor-
ida, wilii-n >-i\ calendar months from
the tlm,- of the first publication here-
of ,or Ihe sane will Be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florlqs ,thls
da) of Jun,. A D. 1964
BENNI !' WEBSTER
As \dmlni-li ati-r
Cum Teat a men to Annexe
Fir-t publication of this notice
the 19th da) of June, 1964,
KI'IIT WELLISCH
Attorney for Administrator for the
Kstat, of Hildegarde B, Webster,
d,. ased.
167 Alun-ria -\^,-.. Coral Gables, Fla.
l.Mh
- -i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 483
NATHAN PAKl'ES,
Plaintiff,
\ -
' \ ::i, J PAR VSILIT1, and
UETTIE NORMAN, formerly known
as RBTT1E M i m:\siKin. and il
married
. her huaband,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
Tn BETTIE Ni'UMAN. foimerlv
known as UETTIE M. PAR vsi-
l.l'fl. 309 South Blounl Sir. ,-t,
Raleigh, North Carolina,
and ii mai rled her
Ihnsband, whose residence is unknown,
ami each and all unknown persons,
lartles and defendants who claim by,
I through, under or agalnal the afore-
said RKTTIE S'ORMAN, ..Is,, knoyn
as RRTTIE M. PARASIL1TI, and if
ma t ri. 'I. her liiisl.and.
and all parties having or claiming to
hav< an) right, title or Interesl In th,
lir,,peri> herein described:
K.it l l in I Hook l of i'i 'N-i',l \
MANOR, according to the pint
thereof, ri 'orded in Plal Book 67,
al Page 71, of Ihe Public Records of
I lade i 'ounty, Florida
Yi il" AND K Mil i if Yi H" an
by iiiuiii.il tl>.,t a Complaint has ieen
filed by the above named Plaintiff
agalnsi > du and each of you to I
close a mortgage on the above ties-
i crlbed pi,'iM-ri\- in iin- above styled
cause and > ii and each of you are
. >.\ required to file an Answer or
other pleading responsive thereto
i with the Clerk the above entitled
iii i 'ouri and to sen e a c< ipy >>1
i Answ, "i- other ri sponsl> .-
pleading upon the Plaintiff's Ittor-
nej -. Ilernsti In A Mill, r, 19 \\ > -'
Flagli i Strei t, M ami, Plot Ida, i
ore Ho -'."n da) of J
- w i-.. i ii-. allegations "i said Com-
Int will ii. taken as confessed by
yi ,i
I luted at Miami, n Dade County,
Plot Ida, this -' I da) of June, 1964.
B. II. I K .THERMAN, Clerk
'ir in ''.....i. Hade C unt) Plot Ida
By: C. P. i'i il'Kl.ANI i
Deput) Clerk
.. _,;. 8.10.17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63566-B
1 IN RE: Estat. ol
HARRY LOEH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn am Creditors and All lYis,.iis Hav-
ing Batate:
Yen ire hereby notified and re-
'I iir-d a- pivs-'lil any cktilWS and a.
"Is which >"U nnn have against
the .state of HARRY LOEB deceased
late >>f Hade County, tlorida, to the
("ounty Judges of pads County, and
file tn.. same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7-1-;.l<;. Florida stat-
in, -s. in their offices In the County
Courthouse In I'ad. County, Florida,
within si\ oali ndai months from the
rime of tin- first publication hereof, oi
ih. -ame will be barei 6
Bated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of June, A I '. 1964.
LEWIS l. la EB
\s \dministrator
Flrsl publication of this notice on
th, 26th da) of June. 1964.
' !E( Rl IE I. I'M.IAN. IFF
Attorne) for Administrator
.." Lincoln ltd., Mi...... H.....ii. Fin.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 64C 6737
BONNIE LEE TUDOR,
Plaintiff,
\3.
EDW \i:n DENY8 TUDOR,
I :. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EDW M'l> DENYS TFHoll
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You are hi reby notified that a R
of Complaint for Divorce has bei
filed agalnsi you, and you ar.- r,
luired i.....n a i op) of \ our At
sw. ; ,.i Pleading to the Bill of Con
plaint n ih. Plaintiff's Attorn,
PAUL KWITNKY. 120 Lincoln Roa<
.Miami Beach, Florida, and file tl
original tnswer or Pleading In h
nffh of th.- Clerk "f the Circu
Court mi or before the 22nd day .
July. 1964. If you fail to .Io s... 'uds
ni, nt by default will i,e taken attains
you for the relief demanded in tl
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published oni
each week fot four consecutive Wei
in THE JEWISH 1- I.i -UlHI AN
DONE VND 'RDERED at Mian
Florida, ihis I6th day of June, A.i
1964.
I LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i'i-cult Court, \'.\i\i Count) Ploi i-i
faeal i By: L. SNEE1IEN
I >. puty i'l. rk
PAUL KWITNBY
120 Liin "In Road
Miami Beach, l-'ia S3139
Attorney for Plaintiff
''. 19-26, 7 :!-

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6570
MILTON LEWIS and MINNIE
LEWIS, his w ife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
STEVEN MATHE and BMERENCI V
MATHE, Ins wife ami
JOSEPH K' IV \TS,
i tefendanta
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: .11 1SEPH Ki'V VTS
l:. -i.i, nci i'nUii"rt n
Yi'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thi
a -un i" Foreclose Mortgage agalnsi
real and personal propert) has bei
filed against you in the above Coun
by th- above named plaintiffs. Th
propert) sought t<- foreclosed
follows
1...I 7. Block ::. "f SHENANDOA1
a. .ading '" Ihe plat thereof n
corded in Plat Book 8, page '" i
the public records of Had,- Count'
Florida, said propert) also belli j
known a- i"..... S.W. 9th Strei t, m
anil. FlOl .I.i
YOU ARE REQUIRED to 4
cop) of your tnswer or other Plead
Ing on Plaintiff's Attorney, MARVIN
l u IENER, Esq 91 I Vlnslej Build-
... M ami. Florida, and file the "lie
inai in ii the Clerk of th
abov. Court on, or before the
da) "i July, 1964 In default "f win.
the Complaint .\ til i" taken as coi
i a-, iin-- ..a for tin- ri inf r. -
Pla int ifrs 'omplalnt.
I VI'KH this 1 Ith da) "f June,
it Mian i '.ol.- County, Florida.
K B. LEATHERMAN
'lerk "f the Mri*ui "ourl
seal) B) \i VRQUERITE MORFi iRl
I vmitv i'lerk
M IRVIN I WIENER
Attorne) I"! Plaintiff
111 Alnsle) Bids;., Miami. Fla
/l!'-26. 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN that
the undersutned, desiring to engag< i
business under in,' fictitious name o
SAL'S TAVERN st 210 N.W. '.'7ii
Avenue. Miami. Florida intend- t
register -aid name with the Chrk of
the flrciilt Court of Fade roiiniv'
Florida.
ski: vfino ballaVi 'l.i.iro
Sole m r
STEPHEN KEK8LEH
Aii.pi n. 3 for Applicant
6/19-26, 7 l-i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tha
ih,- undersigned, desiring to engage !
bnslnesa tmder the fictitious nami o
WORK PLACEMENT COMPANY I
-17 N.E. 79th Street, Miami. Florids
Intends i" reglater said name with th.
Clerk ol ihe circuit Court of I'a.l
County, Florida.
UERSi >N I DEUT8CH
-..I,, i iw ner
MARK ^^ KAY, ESQ.
Attorney foi Uerson 1. D '"h



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Friday. July 10. 1964 *Jenisti fhrSdiian Page 7-B tf/w *## yours, QR. anr' Mrs. Daniel Franco %  held a cocktail party Sunday fternoon, celebrating the birth i their son, Steven. The affair held in their spacious South Dade home, was attended by a: ut two hundred guests. .MrFranco greeted her guest* in ai Jce blue -ilk sheath which had narrow white band running from the high neckline to the nger torso line and encirclii the hipline. White lace over yellow was Mrs. Howard Kata choice. Her sheath was sleeveless with a scooped neck line (I had a full-length matching < at. MrMacy Keyes was in a raspberry-colored moygashel sheath which featured a lat ticed tut-out band deep in the skirt A three piece red and white -ilk linen suit was worn I by Mrs. Stanle) Roth. Her tuxec -stylo jacket had the single butti and was in red as wai the steath skirt. The jacket was. Ipiped in white, and her blouse was -o white. pp Mrs Henry Shier wore a warped silk taffeta ensemble. Her sheath was in white with a soft floral print, and the matching capelctte was lined in the foliage green. Mrs. Richard Pallot'a moygashel shift was in the popular raspberry color cut to give a two-piece effect from the back and detailed at the hemline with pleated, swirled appliques of the self-fabric White silk surrah with black almost splattered in a modernistic print was worn by Mrs. Richard Stone. Her scooped neckline featured a latticed drawstring which tied in a full bow. and her bodice was the blouson silhouette, THE important shock colors were chosen by Mrs. Charles Hintmel. Diagonals in red. orange, blue, and green were separated with narrow bands of white. The high necked dress was a pure silk. Mrs. Richard Helfman's ice pink moygashel had deep inverted pleats at each side from the waist to the hem. and were detailed in black. The pleats helped to give the skirt the Aline silhouette. Mrs. Ronny Alpert topped her white crepe sheath with a sleeveless jacket in royal and white horizontal stripes. Yellow linen was used in the draped ascot tie. A navy skirt and beige overblouse were worn by Mrs. Lenny Parker. Her overblouse had a deep V-neckline, and she tucked a paisley printed chiffon scarf into the neck. Mrs. Fred Sher's aqua-andwhite abstract print had a high COWled neckline and a smoothlypleated skirt. A two-piece skyblue 'ace was the choice of Mrs. Alan Hertz. Her overblouse but toned down the back, and the front had the cowled neckline. Mrs Jay Mitchell was in a white silk sheath with a tropical flower printed in vivid hothouse pink on the skirt. A touch of green was also used, and the two colors were repeated at the scooped neckline. White silk with black polka dots was worn by Mrs Morris Levitt. Her sleeveless sheath also had the softlycowled neckline. Mrs Bertram Thorpe was in a pale pink silk sheath with a touch of pink chif fon at the neckline. %  HE %  noyi [man-. teri and .natel rhitt orci eatt; in e: ti< B<-\ • Ski' %  BIOI, i %  xquisite lace on Mrs. Sam rkowitz' muted yellow -hel ensemble, was handin one of Europe's monasThi bodice of her sheath -i rt< on the sleeves of her ng jacket were of the lace Mrs Richard Fink's in blue two-piece pique • 'I a. double-breasted back -erne decollete. The nau<>k was chosen by Mrs ; Landy. Her navy blue end white middy-style overere in -ilk crepe. RfNIACAPARTMENTS close-in waterfront Ore Bedroir: Apartment 169 $ frr-n Studio -.1 2 Bedroo-i Apartme-Hi ilio availarla lu'rn.shpa" or unfurnished Dr. MB. Cirlin (center), director of procurement for the Mt bmai Hospital Blood Bank, presents citations to (left to riqht) Malvm Englander. Dr. Arthur A. Shapiro. Howard Levine and nenry rreedman. members of Hibiscus Masonic Lodqe 275 m honor of their 40th blood donation to Hibiscus Blood Bank' iney also received sterling silver five-gallon club caids •V AUTHORIZED OEAUR CNtTH QuoMy HEARING AIDS ( $SO to $285 Service All Mohn S Barteriei — Mo'di STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i> MM '<> TiiH-T-idi-Triil!-Te"-i PHONE JE 8-7VI THE HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI Proudly Announces HEBREW STUDIES JR. HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM NrM to ItotfeaM who hove Completed Six Yean ol Elementary School, t.sirino M Accelerated Program of Hebrew and General Studies. INKOUMENT LIMITID. Also Now Accepting Enrollment for NURSERY THROUGH NINTH GRADE TRASiPOHTATION FURNISHED IN GREATER MIAMI AREA For Further Information call the Hebrew Academy 532-o421 2400 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach Cleaning-laundry : Storage 1201 20th Stroot JE 8 6104 j Miami Beach |?7.V %  Ml Some Day ServJcTiveirer An fafra Charge. J Democratic Club Meeting Slated Next Wednesday Next meeting of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach will be held in the Seville Hotel at 8:30 p.m., en Wednesday. Top speakers on the a;jenda will be Metro Dade County Commis sioner Alex S. Gordon in a dis| cussion of "The Machinations of Metropolitan Government" and Miami City Commissioner Steph j en P. Clark in "Operations of City i Government." Club President Wally Gluck will i discuss "Citizens' Voter Rights." B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN offers to members and friends a second fabulous FRIENDSHIP CRUISE TOUR to EUROPE 50 DAYS MIAMI to MIAMI Leave Sept. 11, Return Oct. 31 Only $995 All First Class, Hotels, Meals and Sightseeing Included. All Cabins Twin Beds Private Bath limited Reservations Call MRS. 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July 10. 1964 *Je*istifk>r*dt&07 Page C-B it Sinai Receives National Award [Patient Relations Program Here Sinai Hospital, through %  gram of one of its Wornpxili&ry Committees, was a national first prize in jal selection of patient relaeas by the editors and pubof Pulse, a magazine dehospital services and disto over 8.000 hospitals in |ted States. jward. a S250 patient relah-ant. plus an -Oscar"-like \v. were presented to Markstin, associate director at [Sinai, and to the chairman Admitting Reception Committee. Mrs. Simon Bloom, through whose committee's efforts the award was won. The award citation reads in part: "Mount Sinai's Patient Relations idea ol a quick and reassuring admission! procedure, was selected as the best single idea for hospitals of 226 beds and over, from among hundreds of hospital programs submitted from all over the country. The hospital's patient ;elationprogram is designea to inform patients of hospital procedures, and to make their stay more comfortable and interesting" A panel of five top hospital executivities acted as judges. The program, according to Boslin. instituted last year and serviced by volunteer members of the hospital's Women's Auxiliary, is considered one of the hospital's outstanding programs in patient lelations. The volunteer greets the patient in the lobby of the hospital, where a special area is sot up for a brief interview. The p'lticnt is ;'sked only essential questions, %  Mid then a relative is usually inlerviewed lor further intormation while the patient is escorted to the laboratory for tests. By the time the patient has completed the tests, he is fully-registered. •>nd the volunteer can escort him to his room, explain hospital services and Drocedures. and answer i.ny questions the patient may have. Mount Sinai won in the category of best single Patient Relations Ideas, waa selected from among hundreds of programs submitted by hospitals all over the country. The award was presented to the hospital by Ben Grossman, representing the S. M. Ediwn Chemical Company of New imi 'Y 1 Camps Active Here Programs litical convention, the elecMiss and Mr. Astronaut. [make believe visit to foreign were the highlights of the imp program conducted by 'M and YWHA of Greater Bt its three branches this %  reek, amp Ma Ka Bee. the Miami Ch Camp, Amy Jo Brenner BOSen 8S Miss Astronaut and ioldfnib her male counterin keeping with the sum jne space theme adopted by I camp The camp is now |ing a visit with the Home Missile site. s a Small World" was the at Camp Shalom at the -, Y" this week. Each group cd a different country and itcd the rooms at the "Y" ecpinf. with the national is. Among countries selecterc Israel, Ireland, France, %  a and Japan. The girls' cooked some of the tradidishes of each country, and |e campers joined in particiYork City, sponsors of Pulse. in the folksongs and dances countries represented. Receiving a statuette and a £250 grant for a national first prize in patient relations ior Mt. Sinai Hospital are Admitting Registration Volunteers (left to right) Mrs. Sam Seltzer, Mrs. Coleman Bulman and Mrs. S. C. Levenson. Marvin Bostin, associate director of Mt. Sinci is s.hown (left center) with Ben Grossman, who presents the national honor on behalf of Puls? Magazine, a hospital trade publication. week's activities ended %  costume day. with each r preparing an appropriate al costume. the North County "Y," boys girls ol Camp Noar produced irst issue of the camp newsr and prepared for a mock cal convention, in keeping the forthcoming conventions e American scene. Members of the committee are Mrs. Simon Bloom, chairman, Mrs. Coleman Bulman. co-chairman, and Mrs. Frances Beckerman. Mrs. Shepard Broad. Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mrs .1. Davidson. Mrs Morris Fisher. Mrs. Phillip GalisOB, M v s Sally Krone, Mrs. Rosalia Kulick, Mrs. ftUtxle Levine, Mrs. Sam Levenson, Mrs. Charles Milkes, Mrs. Samuel SeltA group of 21 "Candystripers" are "capped" as Junior Aides in Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium of Mt. Sinai Hospital. In a special course given by Registered Nurse instructors who are members of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary, Junior Aides receive training to permit direct patient contact. Co-chairmen of the "Candystriper" program are Mrs. Albert Chisling and man. Irene Galey. Standing (left to right) are Josie Johnstone, Marion Gord.-in, Valerie Goldman, Irene Galey. Standing left to right) CIT3 Janice Griffin, Christine Barber, Cheryl Kaplan, Sarina Mizrahi, Francine Feldman, Mrs Sheldon, Linda Haas, Jackie Wolf, Ellen Co hen, Robin Bratter, Tamra Sheffman. Nc shown are Rohan Bear, Anita Cohen. Barbara Halbrich, Pamela Pugliesse, Linda Roser kranz, Barbara Seldin, Shelley Wissner. ar.r' Co-Chaiiman Mrs. Albert Chisling. Brandeis Women Elect Miamian y % %  — %  The 73.000 member National Women's Committee of Brandeis University held its I6tb annual conference recently on the camter~~Mrs! Jacob Sher, Mrs. Sidney I pus of the Waltham. Mass., liberal 'lelier. and Mrs. Sam Wiesen. arts university, devoting three Everybody gels what I hey want days of intensive meetings and workshops to the theme. "Profiles for Progress." Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, of 107 W. Rivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach, was elected a vice president of the organization. The National Women's Committee, the largest friends-of-a-library movement in the world, is the sole support of the Brandeis library, and is dedicated to increasing the library's present 350.000 books to the goal of one million volumes. Pastrami? 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Friday July 10. 1964 fJmMh ncrkJiaun Page 7-A. Eshkol Taken on Tour of French Military Units PAWS I.ITA) l-racl Premier Lew Eshkol began Monday a series of tn.irof French military installationanil agricultural and industrial utcrpnses. Hifirst tour W*S a one da\ visit to model farms and agru iiltural mstnations, escorted In the French Minister of \gnculturc. \l. Edgar Plsani. P emief Eshkol spent the weeketi'i at the country estate (rt* Baron Esmond de Rothschild at Armenvillie'--, which 1surrounded by high walls and flanked by dozens of yuards and French police Officers The Premier's two-day rest followed a he tic week in Pans during which he held talks with President h Caulle. Prime Minister fleor.i Pompidou, Foreign Minister \l.;urico Come de MurviUe SBd Ivtcn-c Mim-lcr Pierre Messiner. Mr. Eshkol's activities Friday were symbolic of his irowded schedule, as well as of the warm friendship and understanding shown to Israel in man) French circles. Mr. Eskol and his entourage were received in the morning at the Paris City Hall, and escorted through the centuriesold building by Paris Mayor Jean Legaret. The Mayor stressed the close ties between France and Israel. Mr. Eshkol spoke of the parallel between the world's most famous cities— Jerusalem, where three religions are enshrined, and Paris where the rights of man were first recognized and proclaimed. Later in the day. the Premier uguest ol honor at a luncheon given by the Franco-Israeli Friend ship League Present there were three cabinet ministers—Minister of Justice lean Foyer. Minister of Labor Gilbert Grandval, and Minister of Housing Jacques Maz iol; army generals, memberol Parliament and the French Academy; and dozens of other important personalities. Welcoming Mr Eshkol, the League's Piesident, Diomede Catroux. a former Minister, said that "the friendship between our two countries is deep and lasting; it in no accidental episode in our history." !'e also repeated tin promise made to Israel by all important French political personalities: "France will always be by your side should you need her." Replying in Hebrew, Mr. I-'-h l-.ol described how "close France i: to our hearts." adding that his leeling in p aris was "one of being among trusted and old friends." The Premier reviewed the major subjects covered d uring his talks with President de Caulle last week, stressing that a full unity of views had be '\ icached on all issues discussed. lepvblican Jews Surveyed NEW YORK — i.ITA) — \ cent Gallup poll showed that 01 \ 13 percent of Jewish voters qu< tioncd said they were Republicans Sixty-two percent said Mi •. %  e re Democrats, and 25 perci were independentMiami Student Al Hebrew Univ. Harold I.o-s. son of Mr and Mrs. Martin Loss, of 5949 SW 16th Ter is among the 74 American students who -ailed last weekend to Israel for a year's study at the Hebrew I'niversity of JerusaleUti under the American Student Program of the American Friend* ol the Hebrew I niverslty. Loss is a student at the I niversity of Florida. The student-. Ironi all parts of the ooiintrv. representing 40 colleges, were -elected from many applicai in the American Student Pro 'ram Committee of the American friends ol the Hebrew Unttrsit\. under the chairmanship ol l'i 'l ( Near I .lanowsky. The mimher of students participating in the program this year is aUBOSt clouMe last year's enrollment and the largest group to dale; The program, now in its tenth year, is de-igned to afford the American studenta broader scope in their chosen field of study, as well as to give them an opportunity to savor Israel's culture at nrst hand and to contribute to a better understanding in Israel of America and American Jewish ideals and institutions." Participating students in the program will receive credit from their schools here for their studs in Israel. This is the hotel the Israelis voted Israel's best Hie ultra-smart Sheraton-Tel Aviv •beside the fabled Mediterranean. S autiful rooms. Fabulous food, rish pool. Just a stroll from all tfct excitement of bustling Tel Aviv. %  khtclubs. Sidewalk cafes. Yiddish •nma. CThe Israelis, in a recent survey, %  ted it Israel's best hotel. The fftest recommendation of all. For Insured Reservations, call a Travel Agent or any Sheraton Hottl. i Sheraton ZelAvivHotel Tel Aviv, Israel HANK METER "••"'< %  etft^M vtV**eeaT SIDNEY SA10M0N. JR. JAY R. SCHWARTZ JOHN J. SCULLY JACOB SHER !••<•*<• M |-iifrlmirm ft •Mint, A HDCH I MlMtmttOfc P:iTVl. A: <0 r •(.•! Cc'Pfl*M MM I "tt for over 30 years, a mark of dedicated service J. BERSAR0 SPECT0R Attoiiij Mercantile National Bank -ofMiami Beach 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL • PHONE JE 8-7831 MEMBER rtDERAL RESERVEL SVSTtM. f-EObRAL UbPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION



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Page 10-B Cuban Hebrew Circle Appoints Rabbi Rozencweig Cuban Hebrew Circle of Miami baa engaged R*MH Dov Rozen twetg as its new religious leader. Regularly scheduled Orthodox leUgiow aervieea will be held on Saturdays Ul holidays at 8:30 a.m., and at 6:30 p.m at 1519 Washington Ave. Rabbi Rozencwcig. a native ol Lublin. Poland, was educated in the world-famous Rabbinical Seminary Chofetl Chaim in Rodin. Poland. During the Nazi occupation of Poland, he spent four years in the Great Pinsker Swamp in Russia, where he was engajjed in guerrilla warfare against German occupying forces. In 1946. he escaped from the yoke of Soviet Communism and settled in Havana. Cuba. Fidel Castro's takeover of Cuba I sain forced Rabbi Rozencweig to flee. He and his wile, ll.inna. together with their two daughters, Rebecca and Judith, arrived in Miami in the fall of 19~>9 Dr Felix 11. Re>ler is president of the Cuban Hebrew Circle in Miami. RABBI DOV ROZENCWEIG Frisco Dancers At Pops 1 Sunday The San Francisco Contemporary Dancers will be presented as the fifth attraction in the summer %  Pop*" series at Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday night, at 8 15. performing four exciting dances and dance-dramas from their celebrated repertory. According to Barnett Breeskin. •hrector of the "Pops." it will mark the first time that a dance company has served as the stellar attraction for a concert. Brandeis Fellows Name Floridians By Special Report WALTHAM, Mass. — Edward (ioldstein. of Palm Beach, has been elected a regional vice chairman of the Fellows of Brandeis Cniversity The Fellows is a group of distinguished men and women throughout the nation who have assumed major roles in the development of Brandeis Cniversity. Two other Floridians have been reflected members of the President's Council at Brandeis, an advisory group to Brandeis President Abram L. Sachar. They are Paul R. Gordon and Ernest Janis, both of Miami Beach. Goldstein is president and treasurer of Jewelsmiths. Inc.. of Boston. Mass.. and a long time civic and philan'hropic worker both in New England and in Florida, his home through most of the year. +Je*is*ncrklian 'Echoes of Israel' Due on Boards Here Next July 18 and 19 Michael A. Golan's production. •Echoes of Israel." a coordinated show presented in concert starring outstanding Israeli talent, will be seen here twice, on Saturday night. July 18. at Miami Beach Auditorium, and on Sunday night, July 19. at Dade County Auditorium. Miami. Both performances are set for 8:30 p.m. Merc in town at the CadillacHotel. Golan said that the show. which twice packed Carnegie Hall, will star the Four Ayalons, a comedy-satiric group who first worked together as youngsters in the Valley of Ayalon during the Israel War of Liberation in 1948. entertaining at the front lines, in dug-outs and army camps. The Four Ayalons went on to become famous on Israel radio, and were photographed by Life Magazine in 1956, giving one of their unforgettable performances in the middle of the desert while appearing before the Israeli Army in the Sinai campaign in 195e. Later, they were invited to appear at the renowned Cafe Sabra in New York, earned the plaudits of the New York columnists, and appeared several times on the Ed Sullivan show. Golan, who is also president of ATE records, produced a record with them called. "Sing Along with Israel." which has become a best-seller. Also featured in "Echoes of Israel" will be Sarah Rubine. singer who is considered by many Israel's outstanding musical comedy star, having sung everywhere from the Do-Rc-Mi Theatre in Israel to the Habibi in Brussels, the Sabra in Buenos Aires and Grossingers. New York. She has also appeared on the Ed Sullivan show. Friday, July IA 1964 Top Israeli comics are the Four Ayalons. who will :?tar in "Echoes of Israel." the concert production which Michael A. Golan will present on Saturday. July 18. a', Miami Beach Auditorium, and Sunday. July 19. at Dade County Auditorium. Left to right are Baruch Nadav, Mordechai Yaror Eitan Lev and Gad Mann. Judge Silver To be Installed Bar President Judge Sam 1 Silver will be installed as president of the Dade County Bar Association at a regular membership meeting of judges and lawyers. Installation luncheon is scheduled for Monday. July 20. at the Everglades Hotel. Stamp Book Card Party Mrs. Jack Grusby. ways and menu chairman, is in charge ol the Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood stamp hook card party to l he held at the Center on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. lUDCt SAM i. suvn Jacob Cohen Community Synagogue On Beach Now Nearing Completion The first new synagogue on Miami Beach in years is nearing the tinishing touches, equipped v ith the most modern facilities. traditional designs and architecture. Jacob C. Cohen, president and founder of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, said that the revised plans in the synagogue call for a main sanctuary with 600 comfortable theatre seats, The ancient tradition, with the Torah Bimah in the center of the synagogue, will be restored. The Ark will be a replica of an open Torah Scroll, with room for • even scrolls and silver ornaments. In addition, there will be a daily chapel 'or 75 worshippers, a social hall and administrative offices. The light lixtures were design &f HI especially for the synagogue. The vinyl wall covering will be of %  traditional design especially drawn for the sanctuary. The office of the synagogue will be open the last week in July for High Holiday reservations and membership subscription. The first 200 members, who will constitute the founders of the synagogue, will receive a complimentary admission card for the High Holiday services. The synagogue will be under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, formerly of Dallas. Tex For the High Holidays, there will be a father and son rabbinic team leading the services The young Rabbi Weinschneider. graduate of the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago, will read the services in English. The con-truction and the design ing of the synagogue are under the supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, who will continue to give spiritual guidance to the new synagogue. Cohen is also a life member of Beth Jacob Congregation. The Jacob C. 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T "iJewislti Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume L Number 28 Miami, Florida, Friday, July 10, 1964 Two Sections — Price 20< srael Will Not Seek Nuclear Arms: Eshkol STOPOVER IN PARIS Huge Crowds Attend Services for Jabotinsky; Remains on Mt Herzl THE SPUT BETWEEN LEADERS PAGE 9-A NBW YORK (.irA) — Huge crowds participated Monday in the 4pner.1l procession of the cof-, ntaining the exhumed re-, of V'adimir Jabotinsky, late I" of the Zionist-Revisionist ent, and his wife, Yohanna, were brought to the Young Synagogue for memorial, -. prior to being placed on • for Israel where they will ;ried on Mt. Herzl in Jerumemorial service at the BJUC was led by rabbia and including Moshe KusseAmbassador Katnel Katz. Consul-General in New ^presented President Shazread the Israel Governmemfa order for the reinterment at the -i'i'. ice I.iMilcrof the Herat Party, includin %  Joseph Klarta i and Dr. Arieh Altnian. who i v to the IUIUTJI service from i .! %  !. uerc also present. AU Jewish dignitaries and reptv ntatives of Latin American .,• vish communities participate! n the service, which culmiaj'id in the reciting of the MASiOW ASSERTION AJCong. Brands Fair Statement As Hypocritical' By Special Report i YORK — The American Congress this week brand arrogant" and "hypocriti-tatement by the World's (orporation 'defending the ->rsial mural in the Jordan B ilion on the grounds of free t; ch iaslow, executive director B' ongress, said that in reM; a City Council resolution ii .ng removal of the mural, <:• corporation had erected %  ie standard of fair play [fiitdom of expression."' He \Zli %  (I: hi Jordan display, a mailE id defamatory mural at I Israel and the Jewish D' ,)ty that supports I-iael. it %  itted on the ground of kaddish by Prof. Eri Jabotinsky, the son of the late ZionistRevisionist leader. An impressive rendition of the "Kol Berama Nishma" (Jeremiah 31:15), by 40 New York cantors, highlighted the service. New York City's famous "Times Square" was renamed "Jabotinsky Continued on Page 3-A MEETS WITH TURKS PARIS — (JTA) — Israels Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Turkey's Premier Ismet Inonu held a hall-hour conference here this week when both statesmen, each visiting this country, occupied suites in the same hotel. Asked about the meeting. Mr. Eshkol described it as a talk "between heads of governments of neighboring states who happen to be also neighbors in the same hotel It was understood that during the conference, one of the problems raised was the exchange of ambassadors between Turkey and Israel. While relations between Turkey and Israel are very friendly, neither government has an ambassador in the other country. Says Middle East Already Endangered by Powerful Arsenal of Big Weapons StlS FffCNCN MILITARY UNITS By EDWIN EYTAN FAGE 7A GOP Adopts Pre Confab Platform Stand on Israel SAN FRANCISCO — (JTA) — Thirtj Republican Senators and Reprcscnta'ives this week submitted a statement on the IsraelArab problem to the Platform Committee of the National Con vention ol the Republican Party, which started meeting here in preparation for the convention opening next Monday They re uuested that the statement be included in the platform declaration which the nation;:' conven tion will adopt. The statement, as proposed, pledges to work tor direct ArabIsrael |w ice negotiations, endorse the Jordan water-sharing project, and favors continued American economic aid to Middle East countries to be used for development to raise living standards "but not to finance preparations for aggressive war." The statement deplores "reckless" Soviet shipping of arms to Egypt and the persistent Arab threats to destroy Israel. It urges the integration of Israel into the United States defense system, "so that she may be strong enough to defend herself and to deter attack. It also advocates "measures to prevent •n imbalance of arms between the Arab states and Israel." we will work for an Arab-Israel peace as a major objective of our policy. To that end, we will support the integrity and independence of all the States of the area ami we will urge'the A r ab states and Israel to negotiate directly to tesolve all their differences at the conference table. "We deplore as a setback to the attainment of peace the opposi tion of our IN delegation to the resolution calling for Arab-Israel peace negi nations at the United Nations, in December 1381. "We favor regional economic i .'operation, an end to boycotts and blockades, freedom of navigation in the Suez Canal, the resettlement of the Arab refugees in Arab countries where there is land and opportunity 'or them We oppose discrimination against American citizens on the ground (I race or religion "We will continue to support the equitable and constructive use of the water resources of the Jordan-Yarmuk system, as recommended by the Eisenhower Administration, and we support the water programs of Israel and Jordan, which are in the framework of that plan. PARIS — (JTA) — Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. of Israel, asserted here that Israel has no intention of equipping itself with nuclear arms, and expressed the hope that atomic weapons will never reach the Middle East. Following meetings with French President Charles de Gaulle. Premier George Pompidou and other senior French Government officials, Mr. Eshkol. who arrived here last week for a 12-day visit, told a luncheon given in his honor by the Association of French Diplomatic Correspondents and the Foreign Press Association that Israel will not be the first country in the region to possess nuclear weapons, "not only because these weapons are too expensive, but also because the conventional arms now in the Middle East are already deadly and dastardly enough." While no official communique was irsued after th* talks between Premier Eshkol and President De Gaulle, it was disclosed in the press here this week that the Arab boycott against Continued on Page 8-A OPENING SEPT. 14 Jewish Question Seen on Agenda Of Ecumenical ROME (JTA) — The third session of the Ecumenical Council, to be convened Sept. 14, will definitely discuss the proposed declaration on relations between the Catholic Church and Jews and Other non Christians, the Rev Fausto Vallame. director of the Council's press officer, declared in L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican's official organ. Father Yallaine's article in the Vatican newspaper listed the full agenda ol the Third Council ses tion, alter an announcement Ol it< opening date had been mad) by Amlet" Cardinal Sigonani Papal Secretary of State, followContinued on Page 10-A Soviet Embassy Says 'No' To Protest of Anti-Semitism The text of the men! reads: "In proposed statethe Near East. "We will assistance to continue economic the peoples of the Continued on Page 16-A BOSTON — (JTA) — Protests voiced by the Jewish community here against Soviet anti-Semitism were accepted this week with "appreciation" by the United States ] Department of State, and rejected by the Soviet Embassy in Washington. The Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Boston had ad, dressed the protests to the Soviet Embassy in Washington and sent | a copy to the White House. A response from the USSR Embassy's first secretary. Anatol G. Myshi kov. stated that "acceptance of your letter is hereby refused." Mr. Myshkov denied there was any anti-Semitism in the Soviet SILVERBAUER 'ONLY OBEYED ORDERS' Anne Franks Captor is Acquitted •fret en a group of American ^Kr-'s seeks to exercise their ^pi -ight of free speech by Continued on Page 12-A VIENNA — (JTA) — Karl Silverbauer, the Austrian former Gestapo officer who arrested Anne Frank and her family in Nazi occupied Amsterdam in 1!44. and who has been serving since the v ar as a police inspector here. was acquitted by a disciplinary police court but was discharged from his post by the Ministry of the Interior. He was granted full salary up to the time of his discharge. The police court found that Sil< %  erhauor had "only obeyed or tiers" when be was arresting the Frank family and that he had done SO "without malice." Silverbauer had been suspended from his post last November after he v as identified by Simon Wiesenthai. a Jewish engineer and head ol the Jewish Documentation Center in Vienna. Union, attributed reports of such a policy to persons who wish "to impede and worsen relations" between the U.S.A. Continued on Page 5 A RABBI REJECTS GIET MONTREAL — (JTA) — Moscow's Chief Rabbi Judah Leib Levin, who is also dean of the Yeshiva in the Soviet capital, has refused to accept an offer of a set of the Talmud made to him by Michael Garber. president Of the Canadian Jewish Congress, it was reported here this week Mr. (iarlier. who recentl> sent a letter to Rabbi Levin, congratulating the latter on his T(Uh birthday, had offered to send the set of the la I mud as a gift. In a reply from MOSCOW, written in Hebrew, Rabbi Levin wrote "We have plenty of books to study from, and even more than we need. In my estimation, there is no necessit) to send your copy of the Talmud to us." /



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Page 12-A •pJenist fhridknr Friday. July 10 ^ AJCongress Appoints New Unit Chairman For Jewish Family Lite Research Program Dr. Irving Lehrman presents Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the Temple Emanu-El Torah Luncheon Class, with a copy of A Treasury of Jewish Humci," by Nathan Ausubel, at the traditional "siyum" marking the completion of the group's fourth year of study. Agree to Cultural Exchange JERUSALEM — (WNS — The Communist Party daily, KolH;i. in. reported this week on the basis of information from Moscow that Israel and the Soviet Union iiacl agreed on a cultural ex' change agreement under which.; the outstanoing musicians of each I wntry would be received by the other. Fair Statement 'Hypocritical 1 Continued from Page 1-A picketing the pavilion, they are promptly arrested by the Fair's private police force and hustled to jail. rhc World's Fair statement i. ;ant ol (hi i American cil .. iticaj in .:._ the issue ol tree speech oni and defend the \ tolaby-laws • Ma; I 1 •'' achim Prinz, ; the Congress, and offici the or/ %  m were charged with tits•rly (undue; fur picketing in t ci the Jordanian Pavilion. A ruling on the case is expected in ens County Criminal Court on I 9 Torah Group Closes Season At Emanu-El Closing meeting of the Temple Emanu-El Torah Luncheon Club was held last week at the Shelbourne Hotel. Concluding its fourth consecutive year under the leadership of Dr. Irving Lehrman. the group marked the final class of the season with a "'siyum" celebration which traditionally signals the conclusion of a year of study During the four years, the class, %  lumbering some 40 men. has delvcd deeply into many aspects of the Bible. Talmud and prayerbook, with Rabbi Lehrman as study leader. In keeping with the party at* mosphere. a special lourth birthday cake was prepared and the chairman, Hen Zion Ginsl i presented Dr. Lehrman with a ol appreciation on behalf of the es v. ill resume for the fifth year in the fall By Special Report NEW YORK — With the appointment of a new chairman of its Commission on Jewish Affairs, the American Jewish Congress this week reported it would undertake n broad program of research Studies on Jewish intermarriage and family life, Paul H, Yishny. of Chicago, will head the Jewish affairs unit, it was ann unced by Dr. Joachim Prinz, AJCongress president. Yi.-hny, a graduate of the Hebrew Theological College and an ordained rabbi, is a prominent lawyer in Chicago and president of the Greater Chicago Council of tin Congress Vishny said plans were being drawn for an intensified program of publication and distribution of books, records and films to provide "critically-needed tools of teaching and learning for American Jewish adults." Yishny said the Congress hoped to work with "the many institutions and instruments in Jewish life that can and should be linked to and involved in the program." He warned that 'there is mounting evidence which points tcward a weakening of the fabric of Jewish identity. Jewish community and Jewish cultural survival on the American scene. "To meet the problem, we pledge redoubled efforts to expand the work of our Commission on Jewish Affairs." 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Pri I \ c I i< s V ii il e rage 6-A >Jfcw#"*# ncridfisr Friday, J u i y !; — At the Jewish National Fund attorneys' Foundation luncheon are. first row seated (left to right) Marvin Moss, Mrs. Edith Held Cooper, Harold Shapiro, Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF Council of Greater Miami, Judge Thomas H. Barkdull Jr., Herbert Shapiro, chairman of 'he Attorneys Committee for the JNF Foundai:on. Morris Berick, and Miss Diana Coopersmith. Second row standing (left to right) are Zev W. Koqan, Sumner Shafmaster, Abraham Grunhut, John E. Basett. Gershon Miller, Louis Glick. Claude Eichel, Barret! Rothenberg, Harry Steinberg, and Hulan Kout. Third row standing (left to right) are Harold Bellman, Richard Wasserman, Mortimer S. Cohen. Stanley Caidin, Robert L. Weintraub, Harvey Abramson. Larry Kimmel and Moms J. Friedman. Dade Bar Representatives Meet to Talk About Jewish National Fund Foundation At ;i recent luncheon held in I hi. It of the Foundation for the Jewish National Fund, representatives of the Dade County Bar tsociathm met to discuss plans 10 pro-note the JNF Foundation through wills and bequests. At the luncheon. Judge Thomas Barkdull, Chief Justice of the District Court of Appeals, congratulated the attorneys for your ded. er Miami" Ji'werv should be proud nation to the benevolent purpose „, establishing a defense frontier of the gathering '• settlement on the Jordanian bor Leon J. Ell. president of the (ler namcd Me Am j •• Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, who has just returned Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the from a tour of the Middle and Jewish National Fund Executive Near East, reported on his perBoard, discussed the history of nal experiences during his trip, the Jewish National Fund, its goals Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Attorneys' Committee, discussed "the importance of the Jewish National Fund in Israel and the tremendous role it played and is (till playing in the upbuilding of the land." He stressed the fact "thai Great and present functions in the soil reclamation program as it relates to the security of the State ol Israel. Both Shapiro and Kogan pointed out "the need for ;i reservoir of future funds n> be established through bequests and wills," and urged the attorneys "to recom mend the Jewish National Fund to your clients when asked to suggest worthy charity institutionin Is rael Berrin Chosen As Delegate To Boys State Larrj Steven berrin. son of Mr. n ,t Mrs Raj Berrin, 9001 sw S6th Ct has been clMaotn by the Martin Moore Pott l3:i of the American Legion tor an all-expense trip to Tallahassee as a delegate to Boys State During their week in the capital city, delegates from all parts ni the state will carry out all functions of government, with the Stai>' .'I Florida as a guide, in order to gain insight into the duties and problems of public oflicials TOung Benin, a senior at Pal motto High School, was selected l,\ a committee from the Legion Post, which chose him from a group of young men recommend ed by the school He has been a varsity football end and a member of the Math and Science Honor Societies He is a l.itr Scout and tH elected to the Junior Class Board His interests also include the Debate Club and Internet International, and be looks forward to %  career in law Beth David Young Adults Beth David Young Adults will hold an evening of swimming and dancing al the Lucerne Hotel be ginning a. K p.m Saturday, Cabanas, towels and refreshments will be provided. Flaqler-Granod: Now Register* Registrations lor MttSt] kindergarten school for tV 1 65 year are now l-i-ins ict* at Flaglcr Granart.i Ji ter The term st.i There will be thn "nursery for J-yi ilds; %  kinderartcn for i i ir-ow t reading readiness garten for 5-year i ffers a \ aned pi eludepreparation i n.••• (hod Jewish in1 days Mrs Arthur Go Staff, with Mrs !> II lei lit,and Mis \latthe.. tag. IN ONLY 77 BUSINESS DAYS "Since Jefferson Arrived? Statement of Condition—June 30, 1964 Assets: Cash an< due (ram banks 1 ,204,624.21 U.S. Government 8S4.23S.94 Ar.ency londs 1,000.000.00 Total Securities 1414,235.94 loans and Discounts 4,273,156.39 Federal Reserve Bank Stack 27,110.00 Furniture I Fixtures 136,863.82 Customer's Liability Letter at Credit 17,800.00 Other Assets I42.2SS.4I Total assets: 7,081,17S.7S Liabilities: Deposits 6.696,186.07 Letters et Credit ". 17,000.00 Accrued Interest and other Liabilities 43,220.08 Total Liabilities !" 8.756.412.70 Capital Stock 500,000.00 Surplus 400,000.00 Undivided Profits 34.767.03 Total Capital 834,707.03 Total liabilities: 7,691,173.78 JfJJUOJMfi JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH PHONE JEFFERSON 2-6451 (ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD) of P/W/ee Drive Mtator: Ftdfr.l Of,.1,1 bOJPJJM (rltiM •Commenced Business March 1*. 1844 Long Distance Lets You Visit Anytime! Miss a friend? Grandma? The family back home? You don't have to pack up and go to enjoy a visit. 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*Jenisti f/cricUatn Page 3-A Predict U.S. Negroes Will Reject Anti-Semitism By Special Report NEW YORK — A national Jew ish leader voiced confidence lhat Negro anti-Semitism, which he described as growing, would be rejected by the overwhelming number of American Negroes. But Shad Potter, chairman of i the National Governing Council of the American Jewish Congress, warned of "tragic consequences" if Jews should respond with bitter-' ness. hostility and anti Negreism. "a product no less terrible than ;>nti-Semitism." Polier spoke at a meeting of cause we are human, we are unv illing or at least reluctant to extend benefits to the children of others if we think it will be at the expense of our own children."' He continued: "We have, I believe, fallen into the trap—together with the rest of the white community—of believing that public school integration in the North must necessarily be at the expense of our own children. "This attitude rests upon a basic fallacy] that our public schools, already inadequate, will be gravegration problem, which has many times the dimensions of our problems here," Polier declared. the missile gap by pouring te oj millions of dollars into the I richment of our educational -\ tern in the field of science. T day we are confronted by an enormously greater and no less dangerous gap—the educational chasm that separates the Negro child the Governing Council, the policy, y anf) inevitably damaged b y in fuge Crowds ttend Rites r Jabotinsky Continued from Page 1-A Ire" for the day in tribute paid the citv to Jabotinsky's memmaking body of the America* Jewitli Congress here. In his report, Polier declared: "The Negro, in striking out •gainst the Jew, is assaulting a white world which he believe* has short-changed him and which he believes is determined to take advantage of him. This growing phenomenon has taken place despite the active role of Jews in supporting the Negro's just demands for full equality. troducing into white schools Ne' gro children who have been socially, economically and even emotionally disadvantaged." He continued: "Israel lias done 80 without lowering educational standards and without taking anything away from pupils who do' j;. om tm? whjte chj d not need the extra help that is given to disadvantaged immigrant "This chasm threatens our viachildren from non-European coun"ility as a great nation and our tr j es future as leader of the free world As citizens and as Jews, we must "I believe we Americans can on jst our minds and hearts in „„. learn from Israel s example. Ihe „„,, strilggle lo c i ose thjs uptime has come to stop fighting hf conc | llded over what is not enough, in order that we may join hands to provide a full educational lare for all our children. "The time has come when there Chair in Modern Yiddish AMSTERDAM — (WNS) — For the first time in historv, the Dutch must be a major effort by men Governmenl has approved a grant Polier said the experience Of of all races and faiths demanding; lor tne establishment of a chair the Government of Israel in intethe necessary financial resources 1 ^ modern Hebrew and Yiddish grating children of families from that will speedily and effectively' at tne University of Amsterdam. Oriental and Arab countries into make integrated education posj^ e courses will begin next fall the public school system showed sible now." that "with enough will and enough funds, miracles can be wrought in giving equal and quality education to every school child. "I do not dismiss Negro anti'Leaders' "of""the "American Semitism. But I am equally conlist movement, delegates from cerned lest Jews react to it by major Jewish organizations as alienating themselves from the as representative)! from the struggle for racial JOftice.^ Sueft Government and Jewish a response III] JIM thus sell-defeating the will be unTtie" abroad "participated and can serve only to fuel th _il epremonv. and later atfires of anti-Semitism and civi |ed the special memorial ser'strife in our country." at the Young Israel SynaThe American Jewish Congress H, leader said he did not regard Ne Rowing the memorial service. Si'o anti-Semitism as either per funera! procession departed vasive or enduring. Kennedy Airport from where Like Black Nationalism, it ; (remain, were taken by El At-'touches only a tiny traction of Airlines to Israel, with a Negroes and is, I believe, a pas* jver at the Pans airport. ing phase. 1 am confident that hie hangar at Orly Airport in 'he Negro will recognize both is in which the coffin of Vladisms' as sterile concepts offering jabotinsky was placed briefonly blind alleys that lead to noliesday enroute to Israel, was where. Certainly the rcponsii.le rated with hundred, of Israeli leaders of the Negro druggie for and ''mi' flans in anticipation "With all of its tremendous economic and security problems, Israel has nevertheless chosen to tax itself heavily to provide the funds, the plant, the services and the staff to solve its inteE 137 ef the I "I t!'.' Ki V l-r.iel Airlin i %  %  main !-r,;ol Premier I.e\i Eshkol, now visiting P..ris, was anon the many Israeli and ^^Bch Jewish personalities who partu pated in special memorial servi at i'ie airport < s c / n&M M DAN HARRIS SELLS INSURANCE & company 98 S.W.1! SI. -Miami -379 7555 Civil rights are fully aware Of the lewish contribution to thai strugle and the tragic consequences if Mi ro and Jew in America were io be pitted against one anther." Polier said there was "no Jewish hostility to the upward movement of the Negro toward full participation in the ecenomie benefits of American society." Few Jews, he said, supported discrimination against Negroes in jobs, housing or public accommodations. The American Jewish Congress leader added. however, that 'many Jews show deep concern and great apprehension over the current turmoil regarding efforts to end racial imbalance in the publie schools. "The problem is not one of color," Polier declared. 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1964 Jew(*#i •f§£ridlian Page 11-5 ie Gordon _|way at 92 | I Bjonlon. 92, of 1021 Keel July i at the Hthe Orthodox Jew fs. Cordon came to Eicon, Ga., 39 years [a member of Beth fed. two sons, Irvin [daughters, Mrs. Sue Laura Quittner. rank, and Miss Rita hmrichildren and six lldren. Bre held July 5 at ral Home, with inIt. Nebo Cemetery. TECJU No tic r LEGAL NOTICE riCTE "LTCXL NOtlCE" >.'. ..f .'>;:." s\v SSrd 6. Services 1 n Brook* Cordon. ...my. '.IS of HO F. 2Sth idled July ;.. Kiverslda. prs. Fanni-.-, 84, of -'-' Jli;il< ah. Uiv.-i side, lus. :.;. of 2*o i: I'll.id.. In Brooktrn. Riverside. of •>-"" NW 4th Ave. lew York iiiy. RiverIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOB DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63606-1 l\ KK: Entail of FIjORBNCE E. MM.I.Kit I i. censed. ( NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* Rnd All Pemnns Having Claims .ir Demands Against Bald i :-i.n. V-.ii are hereby notified and required %  preaenl any claims and denitinda which you may nave against Hi..-in,of Florence i:. HUler deceased late "f Had.County, l-liihla, io the County Judges of Dade County, and fil>the same In duplicate and aa provided in Bection 73.*.. I r,. Florida statutes, In their offices in the Coimty Courthouse in Ihid,. County, Florida, within xi\ calendar months from Hi. time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23th da) of June, A.D, 1*64: ROBERT B. nil.I.Kit As Executor Fir>t publication of tills notice on th. loth,day %  >! July. 1964. .HI. us Hi EKSTUNO Attoi it y for E'.eoutor 7530 Red Road, South .Miami, l-'ia. 7/10-17.24*31 of i "•-". r Jefferson of IT:;:, N. jre rler Ride. ulEa. • Itivusid, I, Nathan, 71. of 341 Gordon. %  8aanii. I. 7, of 1030 SW llth tallan< Urs arlyle p^ifH Jo. W. Ha K|iur K)u Bi.l. ii Hlasherg. Jto \ of %  :„• %  • 14H S, i v in 11, 11 --it. M ii Ii _lde. Kl. -I %  fM S. ..-.:il hi! ..IId I .'•V. llln* ^ %  1 .Inn.i iordon %  B-K Mi^^B i in. I;.\.I-I.I. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ABB FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE [ No. 63719-B I^BF V S IPERSTEIN Zf^^^HgF' 'I aatlCE TO CREPITORS ^rT(ir BBjPlf*"'r' and Ml I ,nHavingllnldTo: Demands .U.iin-I Said Estate: You art' a o.i %  lulrc-d to pi %  • %  i • II. >i .i. manda sthJe 1 you have agalnsi the estate ofT) i i s V SAI'KltSTRIN deaejaaadfat %  •. >:. Jinbses <>f I'ad.I'onnty. file the .i a. in dui'llcate and as provided In -..,.-, Statutes. In i offices In the Counv Oiirrthou.se in Had.i'onnty. II. vIda, wlttfl|s'\ calendar monthsfrom the time Of i inlost puldlcntion h.i.of. or ttaVnni.will I..harr.-d. Dated at Mi inn, l-'l-.uda, this 7th day of Jufi\ A.D. 1964 RKDKJ-:Y r SAFERSTEIN I A. I \. rutrix First pub i 10th 0\ SIDNEY X. I:> H'ZIN ncy^fcF\..| mi ;\ Miami. Ploalda ::i::i 7 lo-iT :'i-::i IN TN COL \TY JUDGES COURT %  FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE I No. 63303C IN RK:.Eatai ANEA %  bur MAN I -NOT To AJ1 ln Claim* Estate:' You are quired manda estate i he sain. "oart E TO CREDITORS pis and All i *i i aona Hai I'l-inaioU Agalnal Said n. i iij notlfii d and n |es i an• i I.I ims and di La have against the V I'l 'RTMAN dec< II i d • tint}. Florida, Io the ..f Dade County, and duplicate and as proi 733.16, Florida Btat• Mi. In the i 'ount) Hade County, F i lar months fiom the -i publii at Ion hei > •••. anrflv. Ha ami, l-"li i-nla. this Sth of Jul\ %  A I %  >: liUFFNISFUC %  li IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63628-A IN I:K; Batata "' M1CI1AKI. COHEN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AU CredltoM and AII I'eraoiia HavmK I'lami... or Demanda Auuut Maid i Batate: You anhereby notified and required to pros, nt any claims and demands which .MM maj hav. against • th. eatate of MH'MAFl, COHEN •• •! late -.f Bade County, 1lorIda. to the Count] Judues ..f Dadi County, ami in. HI,iami in duplicate and as provided In Section 73S.lt, Plot Ida statin.-, in tin ir offices in th. Count) Courthouac In I'ado County, Florida, wrlthln six calendar months fi-nii in. iiin,. ,,, ,),,. first publication hereof, nr the same will I., barred. I at.. I at Miami, Flolldu, this .'Mil tlaj id June, A.I >. IM4, I-'UANI i:s i i in KN MFRYI.K A. KAMI i:i.S MORTI.MKH S i. nlFN ABXl ill.ii s Flrsl publication of ihis notice "ii the l"ih da) of July, l4. M< IRTIMER s ri >HKN \ n. \ for KM %  Itol "•!:: Alnaley Bull __^_ ; !; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE Ni. 63646 B IN t:i: Estate of s VII Ml SIIJJERM \N I '. .-. as. .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Po \:i i 'reditoi and \il i'. raons HavIns riaini.s or Demands Against Said Kstati You are hi n i >> notified and i. quit i d tn present an) claims and demands which M-n ma) have against the estate of SARAH SII.I'.FUMAN deceased late ..f Dade i'onnty. Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.14, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the i'onnty Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar montba from th. time of the first publication hereof, ..i th, .-am,. i ii i„ barred. I'.n-'l at Miami .Florida, this 7th da) id July, A.D. l'";i It!"HEN HILBKRMAN ALFRED STEIN As Fx.-cutolK F i -i publication ol this notlc, on th. Huh day of July, 194 i SIMON, HAYs ,v UHl'.NDWFRa Attorne) lor ESstate a-i Alnale) Bullding 7 1"-I7-:I-.:I ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63762-A IN RE: Kstate of I'll.I.IK FRANKED, Dec* ied. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All fredltoi s n ,i Mi l, i autia II. n i lalnta .-i l •• manda \gulnal Said Kslat. You -ii" hen h) notified and required to pu--ni an) claims and demands hi Ii %  .-a mas liia. against ih. estate of ill.I.IK I-1: V.NK i:i.. dace ised Inti ol I de I 'ount). Florida, In he i' i .!•_.-.. u( I i.i.i, %  "i unl %  an i i. in di and aprovld, I -i Sect ion flot Li SI ituti n 'h II ithe Count) Courth.ius. In I 'a.i, C • Florida, ilemlar months the lime of iiiHrat publii %  in reof, ..i Hi, %  nine ill be li.n ri •! I'll' d al Allan. Fli rlda, ilnSi h of lui.v, \ i' um i DAVID l-'RANKEL MARVIN IIKRNARD I l.'.WUKI, ANITA Ml I:M:I. KI;SSII, As l In i II %  and KM cuti Ix of Kstate ol TH • Fra .i>,-l MYERS. IIKIMAN 41 KAII.AN B) : Louis Helman Attorneys for Bxuoutora .v Bxecutrlx l150 s \v. First Street Miami. Florida 33130 7 10-17-24-31 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3517 I. I KISLAK Ml IRTGAOE %  • iiii'i ill \ ri. i.s i ip I 1,1 ii:n i \. I'L.ini II i. \ s. UAIIKKN w. FRENCH, etux, el al, I 'if. -ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT I" Warren w. French and Maryi il> ii D, I"., ii.-h. hi.i wife, l:. -idence riikiinHn, if remarried, their unknown nounes. if living and If dead, thi Ir unknown h-irs, devlaeea, : raiii,-,-s. asslgneeH, l. -norcredltora, trustees, ..r other claimants claiming i,v. ihi-oiiuh. under or agalnsi any <>f the above named defendants who are d, ceased. You are hereby notified that the ai.ovo captloned action baa been Instituted against vou in th,Circuit Court of th.llth Judicial Circuit of Floridain and for DADE County to f,,r.-CIOH, a mortnfa upon the following desorlbadV real property: l.ot :i Block 'i KKNDAL I! \NilIKS. %  ccoi-iUng to the Flat thereof, recorded in Plat Uouk Ml at PagJ N of the Public Reoorda of Dade County, Florida. You MIXrequired to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk %  i the % % %  • %  >--ni. I Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, I tth Unnr, Hade Federal l-.uJIdlng. Miami :;L', Florida not later than August llth, lmit, or a liocre.' Fro Coiifesso will he entered agalnat you. DATED: June ::. i!o;i E. li. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the circuit Court faeal) By: <:. p. COI'ELAND i'. -iiutv Clerk MARTIN FINE Mn.in.y lot l "....:. %  • %  llth Floor Bade Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Florida 7 :l-Hl-17-:'4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 7001 HAY ANN KAMI; Plaintiff, vs. JI.MMIE LEE KAMI! Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VIIK. .IIM.MM: LEE I.AMH are notiffed to serve a cop) of your answer io Divorce Complaint filed against you "ii Plaintiffs attorney, flEORtJE NIFlliil.AS. ii IJ N.\Y. I.'ih Ave., Miami. 1 la and fit,original with Clerk of this Court on or before July ::i I'II'.I. otherwise complaint "ill be %  %  %  i fetised by you. IIATE1': .'un, 23, 1064. I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Hade Coiini>, Florldn (seal) By: C. P. COPELAND l 'i puty Clerk x 6 26, 7 :t -11> -1T IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63453-B IN RE: Estate of ISRAEL DAVIDSON 1 o-i-i ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I"-Ml Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Ksial. : v..ii are hereby notified and required io present an) clu nand u, mands which ioti in.n have against Ihe estate of ISRAEL DAVIDSON deceased late ol Wayne County, Michigan, to ihCounty Judges of Bade County, and file Ihe same in dupllc '• and as provided In Section 732.16, Florida Statin.-. In their offices i" the Count) Courthouse In Made County, Fi uida. within si\ calendar months from the i %  • i the fir-t publication hereof, or Ihe same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this l'lth da) %  i June, A.D. 1864. JOSEPH DAVIDSON \Incillar) Kxecutor First publication of this notice on the U'th da) ol June, 1864. Ki • \ N 1 : 1 : A MAN X HEIM ER Attorneys for ^nclllar) B\ecutor 300 Diiponi Plaza Center Miami. Florida rt l-24, 7 10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ih.it the undersigned, desiring t< ngage In Iniatness under the fictitious name of TOWN MOTEL at 111.", North Ki.mie Avenue, Florida city. Florida Intends to register Mid name with the Clerk of the I'lrcuu Court of Dade County, Florida. RI'SAXNA A MCDONALD MARVIN SCHII.D Attorney for Susanna A. McDonald 0. 19-26, 7 s-io IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63541 B IN RE: Kstate ..f STAblA (lOI'LD, formerly known as STASI V • iRZECHOYVSKI 1 leci a-. •! NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 Ml Creditors and All Pi I < U.t\ ing Claims or I tnds Against Kald Kstate: Vou are hereby notified and required t" pi.-s. nr an) cltiima and d,mands wblch sou may have agalnal %  he • -ii'iDf S i \si.\ i :• ill. 11. :..i merl) known im STAS1A DRZEI'lliiwsKi deceased late .-f Hade County, Flotida, to Ihe County Judges of I lade i "ounl %  nd I Hi I he sami In rea In the County C, rtl in l'a-i. i intj Fli da, a It hin six ca dai months from the dale of the publii al i"ii hi ri of, or ih< same w ill be hit red. HERBERT 8. SHAPIRO Kxei utor Sll VPIRO, FRIED .v \\ K1L \i i. ne> -• l"7 Km, "In Miami Beai h. Florida fi 19-26, I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. MC 6960 HAMlillti; SAVINGS FANE Plaintiff, FINKKYJi. NKS. Trustee In Bankruptcy, et al I left ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Beth J. w.iss a l; a Ted Weiss, as Trustee 30 Lockae) Sherword Forest Lynnfleld, MsasachuseLtji Y*ou are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been Instituted agalnat you in the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit "f Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 9 Block :•>• .,f Revised Flat of a Portion "f CAROL CITY, recorded in Plat Book ".7 at Page i:: being a i. plat nf a portion "l CAROL CITY, ns recorded In Plat [took S7 at Page 20 of th.Public Reoorda of Dade %  'ounty, Florida. V"ii are required to file .MUManswi i 1 to plaintiffs complaint wlili tn,i ieis of the aforesaid Court, and serve %  < loop) ilni.-of upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor, Had. Fedleial llulldlng, Miami .;.'. tlorida not later than Julj L'7. 1964, or -i Decree Pro I'oiiii-.-s.. will ientered again I jou. DATED: June ::. 1964. i: i; LEA ["HERMAN, Clerk 'irrait (-..nit, I'a.ie ..Univ. riorlda taeal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAN Deput) Clerk MARTfcX FINE Attorn, > lor Plaintiff Hih I I I lade Fedi nil Bldg. Miami 42, Florida •'. :'.;. 7 :-i"-i7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6728 JAMES Ml 1RELAN1', Plaintiff vs. LELA MAE P, MOREL AND. I'. i, ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LELA MAE P. MORELAND Residence L'nkoa n You. LELA MAE P. MORELANI are bi ri by nol ifi.-.i that a Bill i Complaint for DIvoi has been fli. against you. and you are required I -. r\,., copy of your Answer or Pleat ing to the Bill of Complaint on 0 plaintiffs Attorney, Richard Mortoi %  823 N.E. s nd Avenue, Miam Florida and file the original Answi or Pleading In the office of the Clel of the I'iruuit Court on or before t> 22nd day "f July, 194)4. If you fall t do so, judment by default will I taken against you foi the relief d^ manded In the Bill %  .! Complaint. This notice shall be published oni each week for lour conaaottftlve weel in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED nt Mian Florida, this 16th day of Jun,-, A I ISM. E. i: LEATHERMAN, Cli rk, OlrcuM Court, Fade i'onnty. Florida (seal) By: MARGUERITE MORFOU Deputy Clerk RICH A it I > MORTON 7823 N ,E.. s.-cmd Avenue Miami. Fla. PL 7-:illl Attorne) for Plaintiff •; 19-26, 7 tWCUIT COURT OF THE CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND IE COUNTY. FLORIDA. EHY CASE No. 64C 7602 ONZALF7.. %  ONZALEZ at. i OF PUBLICATION PO GONZALEZ. Costa Ulca, America si-:i:rii tlONZALEZ. San [Rica, are requfred t" fli.t,. ih.complaint for ,nI th,Clerk of the above _>mrt. and serve a copv % %  All N, gretti. Atv. H" Congress Building, Bla on or before th<> 12th gay". HhH or els,complaint %  f-en as confessed. glBTuK ^ %  B KKATIIKKM \N %  : C. P. COPELAND 7/10-17-21-31 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394B IN RB: Estate of ROHA STK1NMF.TZ. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have Hied my Final Report and Petition for Distribution nnd Final Discharge as Executrix of th.estate of ROSA STBIKMETE, deceased: and that <>n ih.1Mb day of July. 1964, will apply to the Honorable County JiMiges of Dade County, iii.'iiia. for arTpToval "f said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Bxecu trlx of th>estate ol the above-named decedent. This 16th day of June, 1964 KITH SPEYER Bxei ut 1 Ix MAIti '1,11 A (iHKKXK Attorn,'\ Hsu N.K. itstb Street North Miami 61. fia. 6/iU-:'0. 7. 3-iy IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63638-B IN RE: Kstate of HILDEOARDE i: WEBSTER Deceaai .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i All Credltora and All Persona Having I'hi.uis .ii Demands Against Said Kslat,•: You are hereby notified and reuuired to present any claims and demands which > „ii may have against the estate of llildecaide E. Webster ii,-. .a-, ,1 lai, of Dads County. FleeMa, to the County. Judges of Bade County, and file tile same In duplicate and in provided in Section 7:t:}.10. Florida Statutes. In ih. ii offices In the i'onnty Courtkooae in Hade I'.ainty. Florida, wilii-n >-i\ calendar months from the tlm,of the first publication hereof ,or Ihe sane will Be barred. Dated at Miami, Florlqs ,thls da) of Jun,. A D. 1964 BENNI !' %  WEBSTER As \dmlni-li ati-r Cum Teat a men to Annexe Fir-t publication of this notice the 19th da) of June, 1964, KI'IIT WELLISCH Attorney for Administrator for the Kstat, of Hildegarde B, Webster, d,. ased. 167 Alun-ria -\^,-.. Coral Gables, Fla. l.Mh -i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 483 NATHAN PAKl'ES, Plaintiff, \ \ ::i, J PAR VSILIT1, and UETTIE NORMAN, formerly known as RBTT1E M i M:\SI Kin. and il married her huaband, Defendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR BY PUBLICATION Tn BETTIE Ni'UMAN. foimerlv known as UETTIE M. PAR vsil.l'fl. 309 South Blounl Sir. ,-t, Raleigh, North Carolina, and ii mai rled her Ihnsband, whose residence is unknown, ami each and all unknown persons, lartles and defendants who claim by, I through, under or agalnal the aforesaid RKTTIE S'ORMAN, ..Is,, knoyn as RRTTIE M. PARASIL1TI, and if ma t ri. 'I. her liiisl.and. and all parties having or claiming to hav< an) right, title or Interesl In th, lir,,peri> herein described: K.it l l in I Hook l of I'I 'N-i',l \ MANOR, according to the pint thereof, ri 'orded in Plal Book 67, al Page 71, of Ihe Public Records of I lade i 'ounty, Florida Yi il" AND K Mil i IF Yi H" an by iiiuiii.il tl>.,t a Complaint has ieen filed by the above named Plaintiff agalnsi > DU and each of you to I close a mortgage on the above tiesi crlbed pi,'iM-ri\in iinabove styled cause and >• • ii and each of you are %  >.\ required to file an Answer or other pleading responsive thereto i with the Clerk •' the above entitled iii i 'ouri and to sen e a c< ipy >>1 i Answ, "iother ri sponsl> .pleading upon the Plaintiff's Ittornej -. Ilernsti In A Mill, r, 19 \\ > -' Flagli i Strei t, M ami, Plot Ida, i ore Ho -'."n da) of J w i-.. i ii-. allegations "i said ComInt will ii. taken as confessed by yi ,i I luted at Miami, n Dade County, Plot Ida, this -' I da) of June, 1964. B. II. I K .THERMAN, Clerk %  'ir in '' i Hade C unt) Plot Ida By: C. P. i'i il'Kl.ANI i Deput) Clerk .. •_•,;. 8.10.17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63566-B 1 IN RE: Estat. ol HARRY LOEH Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn AM Creditors and All lYis,.iis Having "U nnn have against the .state of HARRY LOEB deceased late >>f Hade County, tlorida, to the ("ounty Judges of pads County, and file tn.. same in duplicate and as provided in Section 7-1-;.l<;. Florida statin, -s. in their offices In the County Courthouse In I'ad. County, Florida, within si\ oali ndai months from the rime of tinfirst publication hereof, oi ih. -ame will be barei 6 Bated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day of June, A I '. 1964. LEWIS l. la EB \s \dministrator Flrsl publication of this notice on th, 26th da) of June. 1964. !E( Rl IE I. I'M.IAN. IFF Attorne) for Administrator .." Lincoln ltd., Mi H ii. Fin. NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O r FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 64C 6737 BONNIE LEE TUDOR, Plaintiff, \3. EDW \i:n DENY8 TUDOR, I •• :. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: EDW M'l> DENYS TFHoll RESIDENCE UNKNOWN You are hi reby notified that a R of Complaint for Divorce has bei filed agalnsi you, and you ar.r, %  luired i n • a i op) of \ our At sw. ; ,.i Pleading to the Bill of Con plaint n ih. Plaintiff's Attorn, PAUL KWITNKY. 120 Lincoln Roa< .Miami Beach, Florida, and file tl original tnswer or Pleading In H nffh %  of th.Clerk "f the Circu Court mi or before the 22nd day July. 1964. If you fail to .Io s... 'uds ni, nt by default will i,e taken attains you for the relief demanded in tl Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published oni each week fot four consecutive Wei in THE JEWISH 1I.i -UlHI AN DONE VND 'RDERED at Mian Florida, ihis I6th day of June, A.i 1964. I %  LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i'i-cult Court, \'.\I\I Count) Ploi i-i faeal i By: L. SNEE1 IEN I >. puty i'l. rk PAUL KWITNBY 120 Liin "In Road Miami Beach, l-'ia S3139 Attorney for Plaintiff ''. 19-26, 7 :!%  %  ^IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6570 MILTON LEWIS and MINNIE LEWIS, his w ife. Plaintiffs, vs. STEVEN MATHE and BMERENCI V MATHE, Ins wife ami JOSEPH K' IV \TS, i tefendanta NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: .11 1SEPH Ki'V VTS l:. -i.i, nci i'nUii"rt n Yi'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thi a -un i" Foreclose Mortgage agalnsi real and personal propert) has bei filed against you in the above Coun by thabove named plaintiffs. Th propert) sought tN I DEUT8CH -•..I,, i iw ner MARK ^^ KAY, ESQ. Attorney foi Uerson 1. D '"••• %  h



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Friday, July 10. 1964 Jewish ncridUatf? _au iX-l_ Page 5-A. Mediterranean Confab to Eye Arabs Students at Temple Beth Sholom Religious School present a check to the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal on behalf of the school's Keren Ami program. Carried on by the students of toadir.g religious schools throughout Dade County, under the oanbcl direction of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Keren Ami fund.<= are distributed to Combined Jewish Appeal and other Wading philanthropies selected by the students. Seated is Valeiie Jonas, representing the Beth Sholom students, presenting a check to Robert P. Forman, assistant executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Standing during the presentation are Mrs. Royal Flagg Jonas, Mrs. Michael Brumer, PTA Keren Ami chairman, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, chairman of the School Board of the Temple. FLORENCE, Italy — (JTA) — Mayor La Pira of Florence dis. closed the Fourth Mediterranean Conference this week with an announcement that work would be started immediately on plans for the Fifth Conference to be devoted ; entirely to the Arab Israel problem. He said invitations would be tent to the Arab countries and to Israel and other interested nations, and asserted that "despite appearances to the contrary," the Fourth Conference had represented a hope for "solution of the Arab-Israeli conflict." This was H reference to the fact that Arabs, though invited, did not participate as they had in previous meetings. Israeli participants expressed gratifications over the decision to devote the next conference to the Arab-Israel issue. Zubi Abdul Aziz, Vice Mayor of Nazareth, expressed hope for an Arab-Jewish dialogue. He said the problem of the Arab refugees "must be solved without creating new tragedies for them or tragedies for others." He added that both Israel-Arab wars had brought bloodshed and destruction "but no solution." One of the resolutions adopted by the delegates urged governments of Central and East Europe countries, particularly the Soviets, to "permit free exorcise of all religious and cultural life" to reduce international tension Refusal of those governments to do to, "sometimes aggravated by local excesses." the resolution said, often provokes the "reappearance of discrimination which unavoidably lead to racism and' anti-Semitism." Mayor La Pira was urged to! convey to Pope Paul the "intense! hope" of the delegates that the j Ecumenical Council would approve) the draft declaration on Catholic.lewish relations. The appeal by David Mayer, head of tbe League for the Rights of Man, apparently was prompted by unconfirmed but persistent reports that a section ol the draft absolving Jews from responsibility for the Crucifixion had been at least temporarily deleted from the draft. Optometrists Name Committees Chairmen of major public ser1 vice committees were announced this week bv Dr. Arthur Helfman. president of the Dade County Optometric A-sociation. Named w—re Dr. Marshall Gardj er, Department of Education and Research; Dr. S. Nussbaum, ConI tact Lenses Education; Dr. NuthI an Friedman, Orthoptics and Vislual Trainins; Dr. Stanley Fromm. j Glaucoma and Tonometry Educaj tion; Dr. Sanford Ziff, Occupa tional Vision Committee; Dr. Leonard Margolis. Motorists" Vision and Highway Safety; Dr. Leroy Diamond, Aid to the Aging and Partially Sighted Committee: Dr. Robert Tanner, Vision Problems of Youth and Children. In the Department of Public Service, Dr. Bernard Apple baum was appointed to the Social and Health Care Trends Committee; Dr. David Hendel, Legislative; Dr. Jack Widdersheim, Interprofessional Relations Committee; Dr. Fred Bergman, Speaker's Bureau and Awards Committee; and Dr. Marshall Gardner, Civil Defense and Disaster Committee. The Department of Organization will include Dr. Leonard Cherdack. Inurance Committee; Dr. Harold Ta-lor. Vocational Guidance and Scholarship Committee; Dr. Stunle> Waliman, Charter and By-Laws Committee; Dr Herbert Weiss. American Optometric Foun (!;.tion Committee; and Dr. [Twin Roth, Special Activities Fund Committee. Dr. Mary Sezzin. president elect, will serve as public information officer, including "Save Your Vision Week," "Hunter's Vision Week" and '"Truth in i'rint." as well as liaison to the DCOA Women's Auxiliary. Named as chairman of the Nominating Committee is Dr. Jack Wolfe, and Dr. William Pintzow will ed.t the DCOA Newsletter Miracles to be Theme "Concerning Miracles" will be the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson on Thursday, 10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education in the .auditorium of the Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Soviet Embassy Rejects Protest Of Anti-Semitism Continued from Page 1-A •ita* the USSR, and offered to furnish the "true facts" about ttM S tuation of Jewry in the Soviet Union. On i cr hand, a letti r [rom Rober I \i %  i.ig, A-!.-tai:i .sec reUry <• i st.:i. said thai the Hi use had turned over the i Jewish community's letter replj. adding "We apprereceiving comments and estii>i'.[rom toe American • on tinsubject of our forrelations." 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Page 10-A *Jewisli ncridiar Friday. July 10, 1964 Young Judaeans Elect Officers uniun.i A Hi i-niiin. of Atlanta, was elected president of the South em Region of Young Judaea at its annual summer convention in Camp Judaea, HendersonvUle, At a recently held cocktail installation of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami at the Lombardy Hotel the new officers of the organization were installed. Left to right are Rabbi Morton Malavsky, installation chairman, past president of the Rabbinical Association and tpiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood; Rabbi Harold Richter, B'nai Raphael, Miami, newly-elected secretary; Rabbi Solomon Schift, Beth El Congregation, Miami, immediate past president and newlyelected executive vice president; Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, president, Temple Beth Am, South Miami; Rabbi Jonah Caplan, vice president, Temple Adath Yeshurun, North Miami Beach; Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, Beth David Conaregation, Miami, newlv-elected treasurer; Rabbi Joseph Narot, Temple Israel of Miami, past president and installing officer. Jewish Schema Set by Ecumenical Continued from Page 1-A ing a meeting with Pope Paul \ I According to the press director, "quiet and little known work" had been carried on by *he Council's Secretariat during •he current inter-session period. The resumed session, he said, will have to vote on the first three chapters on ecumenism which were discussed at the last session. "The two known declarations on Jews and non-Christians, and on religious freedom will have to be discussed,'' he added. The press director also listed the full agenda facing the next session, including 13 proposed points. Competent observers here pointtd out that the agenda is so long that a fourth session of the Council may be necessary. Although the announcement of the Pope's lion on convening the third i ssion did not mention its closing it iknown that the Pon:anxious to have the session end "i time to permit the of the Catholic in the International • < ongress schedule 1 India, by • : N • ber. If that schedule iadhered to. the third -c--ion of the Council should close pot later than November 25, thus making a fourth session a necessity in view of what observers here call the "far-reaching" agenda facing the Council Path. rs It i"right and proper'' for both Christians and .lewto "encourage the other in .-tops toward understanding, without giving effect to questions of pride, prior responsibility and ceremony." Morris B. Abram, president of the American Jewish Committee, declared this week in New York, in reference to his organization's efforta on behalf of the adoption of a statement clearing the Jewish people of the charge of deicide. by the Vatican's Ecumenical Council. Mr. Abram made the statement ir a letter to Rabbi Leon J. Feuer. (.resident if the Central Confer ence of American Rabbis. At the recent convention of the CCAR. Rabbi Feuer had stated that the "Obsequious appeal for a state inent by the Ecumenical Council ran only be revolting to the J< Mi spirit." and held that such a tement bj the Catholic Church ong i ''iu-' and should need no special pleading on our part In his letl %  to Ral bi Feuer, Mr Vbr ted ALEX M. SUTTON Sutton Optical Service 810 LINCOLN LANE PH. 534-0539 between lincoln rd. & 17th st. just west of meridian ROYAL HUNGARIAN TW CATERERS 731 Washington Ave. JE 8 5401 Exclusive VVetMin**, Br • Mi'/ivohs and Social Functions I IT NORTH IN STYLE : 11 n TOURS TO THE WORLDS FAIR Call on us — or your own Travel Ajrent-for literature and details on "package toui*i" to the World's Fair. 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Mr. Abram emphasized that it nevertheless "remains a problem that very much concern Jews." He stressed that "in combating prejudice, the victim, though he be in the right, certainly should use all the tools at his command to assist the discriminator in di\ esttag hirtself of his distorted views." Rrtom Israel — Comedy Satiric Quartet SARAH RUBINE Israel's Outstanding Musical CO"udy Star BERNIE BERNS ntrrnittonil F. \r Anienran-Jewish h':i-Tiorit Th Sensation.il SABRA DANCERS Talented, AtttnantH D --ct from I*TM< ALAN K01E Orchestic Conducted By WAITER HANKIN SUN. JULY 19 it 130 P M. SIT., IDLY 18 at 8 30 Ml. M *i flcich Audilo'.uni I'M MsMflM tot. Bu Office 53i MM Tide Caaaty Audit*' aei :! win riafier <• Bai CH.ct 4lt J3I MAIL ORDERS NOW Swcilf PlMHM Oejirt ant Eacltir $"itittiiit. llapM Iml l H IM| Cttct i,it't it Ecaatt •( luatl aal v. ;, • • %  Office af liidtania* laiicattl "'CCS: SS M S; II ,3.1*42 SI IJ. lac -by Seaboard Streamliner! include a tour of New England or Canada. 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[Friday. July 10. 1964 fJkwisfi r/eridHatn Paqe 9-A he Split That Kept Jabotinsky from Coming Home By DR. YOMTOV BATO r .^ %  aaaaaaaeaw. later eivc n a commission and to combat the restrictions imposBctar, the Revisionist Youth. Movement. A (filter; and shining BATO after the Jabn9 > Twenty '.our years death of Vladimir Ze'cv I'..risky in New York, his mortal Ircmains were reinterred Wednesday on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. In his last will. Jabntinsky %  had expressed the hope that the %  Government of the Jewish State|lo-he. would order the transfer Jiif hit remains from foreign soil. Ism h proclamation was recently [issued by the Israel Cabinet and Premier Lcvi Eshkol. Jabotinsky was born in 188C n Odessa, the Jewish center of on I hern Ru.ssia. The scion of n Orthodox family, he gained listinction early in life for his xiraordin iry literary gifts. At |he age of 18, he was sent by a imminent Russian daily newsaper as onespondi'nt. first to u it/ Hand and later to Italy, le remained abroad for three lean and was impressed by the %  beral atmosphere thai reigned broad, especially in Italy. Appearance on Zionist Scene While h" called himseU a Zion.st aheadv then, he did not em lark "i active Zionist work un1803, "ben the shock of the Ci hinet •>> grom induced him to lionist activity with the great1st elan. Before long, he came he regarded as the hesl -peak |r and Journalist in the movetent. When in 190i. after the Issolution of the Duma < Rus|an Parliament), a Zionist conference met at llolsingfors. he yas charged with the drafting of he so called "Holsingfors I'roramme." When Sultan Abdul Ilamid II as deposed by the Young Turks i>)09. Zionist headquarters w in this revolution a silver ling on the clouded horizon of ie movement, because an unHrstandin^ with the new democratic Govei iinient of Turkey on 'Pale-tine now seemed possible. Jabotm-k: was -cut by the ZionExecutive t" Constantinople oukr to establish contacts itli the Young Turks. VLADIMIR JABOTINSKY en Mount Herzl Turkey entered the war as an ally of the Central Powers in October 1914. Jabotinsky regarded 'this stop as a great chance for the Zionist movement. Believing the rotten Ottoman Empire, "the sick man of Europe," as it was called, would collapse i" the war, he advocated thai the Jews should play an important pail in the conquest of Palestine at the side of the Allied Powers. With the help of Joseph Trumpeldor, Jabotinsky enrolled several hundred young Jews into a military unit which. as th;"Zion Mule Corps." was sent by the British as an auxiliary corps to GallipoUi. Jewish Self-Defense 1 Not satisfied by such secondary role that they played. Jabotinsky set to work energetically. and in thl teeth of determined opposition on the part of most Zionisl leaders who advocated strict neutrality, he succeeded ;il loiinine three battalions which were incorporated into the British Army athe "First Judean Regiment' ami sent to the Palestine Iron! Jabotinsky himself ioim I up as a private, but was 111 ft Superb catering a luxurious etting new s Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parkmgon premises. For groups from 15 to 1500... superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI .-. + %  '. ^ MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Tkey srs unequalled In their profession. They are the drUoVs eaterini staff. They .' will mike a success of any party... a wedding.. • t Bar Mitwafc*... a bwtaeM *+. meeting or a social luncheon. They will ? serve from 20 to 1000 diners with line food expertly prepared In the oUido's newly i decorated Cotillion Room. They'll Ktingefa whatever space you require. Cat! •r. Talchner at JEHerson S-081 1 for the best function you've ever keel aiTi awusu A awnii *<"'•* aeawaisaa OCESNfHOHT, C0UINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN R00 MAIL later given a commission was decorated for bravery. After the war, Jabotinsky urged that the Jewish Legion should not be disbanded but should be kept to maintain order in Eretz Israel. His demands went unheeded. Meantime. realizing that the British military administration was virtually encouraging an Arab uprising against the Jews. Jabotinsky organized Jewish M-lf defense under his command, and when the riots broke ou* in 1920. he successfully repulsed the attackers. He was arrested and sentenced by a British military court to 15 years at hard labor. This savage verdict gave rise to great indignation in the whole Jewish world. A mass petition was organized in Eretz Israel and Chief Rabbi Kook permitted signature* on the Passover, in view of the urgency of the matter. The Privy Council in England quashed the sentence. Joined the Opposition Held in reverence by a large part of Jewish youth. Jabotinsky was elected a member of the Zionist Executive by the Zionist Congress of Carlsbad in 1921. However. Jabotinsky and Weizmann coi t Organization. Hi' vehemently opposed Weizmann's police, denounced it as too suit toward the British and demanded ,i return to Herzlian Ziom-m and militarj training for the youth. This policy antagonized the Zioni t left, which accused him oi militarist and even l as cisl tendencies, lie launched arate political and diplomatic activities and when the Zionist Congress ol 1933 prohibited such separatism, he 'ceded from the World Zionist Organization and founded the "New Zionisl Organization." Illegal Immigration Alter Hitler's seizur" Of power. Jabotinsky worked out a scheme lor evacuating l.ooo.ooo .lews from Europe and settling them in Eretz Israel. He was the first to conceive the idea of "illegal immigration.'' in order Australian Nazi Chief Sentenced To Six Months MELBOURNE — (JTA) — Arthur Smith, the chief and organizer of the Australian Nazi Party, was sentenced by the Sydney Central Court last weekend to six months imprisonment on charges of having been in illegal posses' sion of explosives and detonators. An unlicensed revolver and stolm goods were also found at the Nazi Party's headquarters in the Sydney suburb of Ashfield. The police prosecutor told the court that Smith's party is trying to revive Hitlerism. The Nazi 1 leader appeared in court with i four other members of his organi-! zation. All had been arrested \ two weeks ago when police raided I heir headquarters. The four others were remanded for a future trial. Outside the courtroom, a 1 voting man wearing a swastika badge was attacked by a crowd ; in the street. to combat the restrictions imposed by the British authorities in Palestine on Jewish immigration to the country. Later on. "illegal immigration" was carried on also by the World Zionist Organization. After the outbreak of World War II, Jabotinsky planned the mobilization of a Jewish Army against Hitler. With this end in view, he went to the United States, but fell ill there and in the summer of 1940. he succumbed to an attack of angina pectoris while in a summer camp of linguist orator, his talents and activities recalled the saying of the Jewish sages ihat the book and the sword were dropped from heaven simultaneously. He could wield the sword and the pen vtltl equal skill. A journalist of the highest order, he published the daily "Dear Hayom" in Eretz Israel. He was also the author of several books, among them a novel "Samson." in which he described his own unbending personality. 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July 10. 1964 *Jewisti FhtridKaiin Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE frice of APPLICATION POP TAX DEED IPter >3-Z2 — Acts of 1941 Fl ,e AA 21540 •|iHF!RBB V niVK v •• % %  • of city -r Miami i •. ,iu ate Ni i'%  %  •%  ,i ,i .!in..-. ,\. i>. IMS, has ,,, office, and has madi i,, n • tax deed to be laaued s... i Certificate emprai i lowing described propert) In fci.lv .%  i... I.-. Btate r KI..i ..(;. j iti.H k i: Ili Beflil I Clt) -' --. tt\ the -.. I I%  ;• t Book I!. Page II Miami, Count) of F'lorlda %  :.t of said I "' '} rttflcate was In the wn mi.Mir shall be re.,.... ic. law, the propert) \iil be %  old i" the blfldei it Hi.' Court lions. Hi. ri -• Monda) in fhe month lust, '. • >• hlch is ii.' Srd da) gust. I MM Z\ ih'th day "f June, IM4. [r I.K.V UKU.MAX, ('let* of p i : | ..ni.County, Plorlda i-.. QULDSTRAND l %  • in) Clerk 7 S.10-17-24 _4E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IAND C OR DADE COUNTY. IFLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61047-C •:-' ii NK1N. l\ i lOHKN CITATION |l'.l >A >HBN ll.-ni iinin B. Winston J.". Klftl k'enue iwl city 17, NY. %  •! I II Hotel B,i" i '.ill' Avenue ilium Bench Ilorida thai H %  H ilo •• i Asslgnnu ni bei i i II :..[i for A Ho wan. • jo hat. been Hied i t ; bunt) .i .Iges Court In and f... : 11 %  nun Florida, and you ar< %  || •.. s.i \,a copy of tn*w< pleading i" said Peon II '. Ill loners' Attorney „ 11, in Kaplan, 1i">" S.W I; I, l-'i'.i ni i. .i.i.i fib TIHI II.I • "i in the office ..i PI k of above Curt .... oi •"I l \ >l.i> ll ..... III.fll si on i %  • "f. Ill be published onc< eek T ii.Jewish Flnridian in livo a eeks. the flrat '."ii • • "i to I n July :i. IE and •.' iRRfSp in Chamben •ii .1 June, • %  -•• %  < .: r CLARK int) Judice i ">:i BA C. DICK Clerk 7 3-10-17-24 HE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE jLNTw .LDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |ORIDA. i.N AND FOR DADE ;0UNTV. IN CHANCERY N) 64C 4326 ERF7T IXUS AND LOAN |:i \i'i. >\ %  %  -. s, BY Ji ixi :rruatee in %  Iptc) f. ndan' NOTICE OF SUIT k>v and Robbie Bogle, |ls wife, and Henry Gordon ami ices •• don, l.ls wife, Realnn• % %  • I iri II. it living and If th.* unknown %  pouees, heirs, aaalg •. grantaee, Ilenora, lru-'-or olh.T (-lai.ua..Is OK by, 11 • igh, uml.-r or against love n.ii deTeiHkuiu who ma) p. .-• %  i are hereby i.tlfied that the captloned a.'lion ha* lw-en Inkd an..ii.->ou In the Circuit f-f !he i,tii judicial Ctrcuti at In an-', for l'a.le County to mi igase upon th.foi'!• >. i r.-al propert] [27 III... k 11 CORRECTOD II. AT 1HUH-K I.. CAROL I'lTY. a. % HIK t.. the ri.u thereof, recorded •Mat Book 61 at Pace !•* ..f the libRecord's of L.i.l.("..IIIIU, r.iii are required to file your anIt., plalnttfl complaint with tile of th* Hforeaald Court, and a copy thereof upon plaintiff t< •y MARVIN PINE, Mil. Floor. federal Building, Miami x:. la not late than Auxaat i. IM4, • '• ree i' ('..nfH-s„ will be enacainat you. •i'l-'i' .I'M%  ::., 1844. E. t: I.IMMIKKMAN Clerk ..f he Circuit Coui I i"-> r. C( IPELANI' D -. .ti Clark PIN ri.M. %  > %  f.>r Plaintiff ri..... Due federal Bldg, r 32. Horn. 7 ;:-ii.-i7-j4 *E CIRCUIT COURT OF THI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 4C 6713 IER 1.1:.: SMITH, Hntlff. KN HI7NRV .SMITH. pandktnt JTtCC BY PUBLICATION JRHAN HhJXRY MMITH %  hldenciI'nknown IE HEKHBY NOTIHED that flaini for Livorce haa been filed you. ;.i I Vol.' ARE HEltEHY *ED to B*rV a copy of your to Hi. r...i.|.la in on thePlaln^ttornry.s. KMSKN & ESSEN, 1208 Anii-l.-y HldK.. Miami. and fli.ill,original answer ^ffioe of tinUlerk of tin. "irart on or before July 20th, defai.I,-r which the Comiriii i.e taken aa conCavaad ran. JUNE 16th, 1UC4. I. LRrVPHBRM \\, Clenc, Court, l >a.ie i 'oiiiuv, Florida By: c P, COPBLAND L) Clark 0/19-3 M£HV BY HENRY LEONARD "What a gossiper that Mrs. Shapiro! She repeats everything I say about the Rabbi's wife." Coo. 1064. Dove'j f'lfcn fi LEGAL NOTICE on 1-1" LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 6820 UENATK M VI \Z K11>1>, Plaintiff, \ H i \MI:S i' M I Kinn.> l •• fondant. SUIT FOR D VORCE T( I I VMKS I'Al'L KII'lUalllna Addream p i llox 146 F'reeport, Grand Hahama, B.W.I. II. -ill. .I 'nk.iou n Y..11 are hereb) notlfietl thnl a BUI ,.f i 'ami i...ni i"! I Hvorce hat been filed nsalnal >i u, and you are required i" nerve :i cop) of your Anawer or PleadliiK to the Bill %  •( Complaint on the plaintiff Attorney. SANFX>RD M su I:I:I 'UN. 7IL' s.-yi.oi.i Bulldlns, Miami Florida MISS and lil. the original An-".: or Pleading in the office ..i the Clerk ••' the Circuit Court .... ,,, i.. fore the -• %  ill da> ol Jul). 184M. If you f..il to "I" "•'•. jn.lKiii.nt by default will i..taken asnJnai you for the reii.f demanded In the BUI of Complaint. DONE AND i lit I'Kit I'M a i .Miami. n.'iiil... ili I Ml. .lay of June. A.D. IS64. K II LEATHERilAX, Clerk Clrr-uli Court. Haile County, Florida {avail r-y: '. P. COPEI-AN1J |..|.III\ Clerk 6 ^>i. 7 '.-10.17 IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63567-B RE: Rotate i .1. iSEPH II iWKIts |... i lined NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Pernon lli\ina I'laliiiK i iUemanda Attainat Said Estate: You nre hereby notified and required i" i" % %  -'-ni an) clalmi and dein.in.Iwhich you may have aaalnal ih. piitate of JOh'EPH POWERS deceiiaiMl late ..f Dade County, F'lorlda, i., the Count) Judges of Dade Counu and file III. sin..in duplicare and IIH provided in Fwctlon TB3.16, Klorlda HtatuteK, In their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Klorlda. ltliin fix calendar moninx from the time ..f the first |.i.l>li. ati.-n hereof, or tinsame will lie burred. Dated at .Miami. Florida, tbli loth oa) of June. A l>. 1!'4ALFRED POWER8 An A.liiiinlBtrator Kirst publication of this notice on the 2rttl. .lav of June. 1U6I. LFX>XARD I. Kl.Mll.M.I. Attorney f..r Administrator %  .•oi .NI:. issth St., -N. Mum IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORID* IN PROBATE No. 63492 C IN KK: Bsta I JACOB i'i >!'< >S I,-. eased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Ti> ALL PERSONS IXTEB KHTE P IN THE ESTATE <-F" SAID liKCKDK.NT. You are harebv notified thai R errltten instr.iine.il purportlns to ltl.6 la.si will and |. stame.il of said dacedeal i.as been admitted to probate In said Court. You are hereb) commanded within six oalendnr months from the date of the first publication ol this notice to appear in said Court and show tans.-, if an) you can, wh) the notion <.f said Court in admitting %  aid win I., probate ihould not stand iinr*yoked. CKllKiil-: T. CLARK i '.unity Judge B) MEI.BA C. KICK. Clerk SIMON, HAYS.N, QHUXDWERG Al lorneys :'.nl Alii.-I.> Building Miami. Florida ::::i::; i-'i.-i publication of this notice the -'-ih day of June, 1964. •1 26. 7 :'.-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63510 C IN RE: Batate of KSTKI.I.i: ROHLYN HAAS Deceased, NOTICE TO CRtUITORS To All Credltora and All Peraona Having Claims .'i Demands Agninat Saul Estate: Yon are hereby notified and required i" present any claims and demands which you may have againsl the ..-lil. of KSTKl.l.K KOSI.YN IIAAS deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges ..i Dade .' n\. and file the same in duplicate and as provided In s.-.-ii..n 7:::: 16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In ih'Count) Courthouse in Cad.County, Klorlda, within six calendar months -in ih<> lime of the flrat publication or the sain,will !• barred. Dated .ii Miami. Florida, this Mill dli) of June, A I i. 1964. I...I is s. KATZ I.. >IIS HAAS As Administrators i rsi publication of this nol the 19th da) of Juni 1961 l,i:> iNAItl) >: EOERT i.i Myei.-. II. -in,an ft Knplan, An. .in-\ for Administrators 11 "... s \V Isi Si reel Mi,in Florida 33130 B :f>-:.'.. : S-10 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewist Fk.ridlii&n %  elicits your legal no+icM. W* appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • • Dial Fit 3-46#5 tor messenger eerrice LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTHM-: IS HEREBY CtVKN thai the undersigned, nealring to engi l.uMii. >s under the fictitious nan,n A. BD '"Mi:.\ POalPAKY at W'l i'alm Avenue, llialeah. Kloii'li i tend i" register said Clerk of the Circuit Count), Florida A BDCOHEN MAX I'l.HIA II: \.\'K •'• IHEX ROBERTH TRACRW Attorney for Applicant* h ti %  Conn ..! I '-' % %  T -!'i-'7 l-la IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63174 iv RE i:-i.n. ..i MANICI. W KM. INS I HH'.s.se.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'.-rs.'i. Having Claims .-:• I'elllalUls AgnlnSt Said Batati Yon are hereby notified and ra quired i' pn aenl an) claims and dain .mlwhich > "ii may have agalnat the estate ... MANI'KI. WKI.IJNS deceased late .a I'a.l.County, Klorlda, to the County Judges of Dad.Coun1> and file tin>an..in duplnate and us provided In Section 1tt.lt, Klori.Ia Btanites, In their offkies in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within si.\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the *an..will be burred Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21lrd day of June. A.D. 1*4. LUCILLE Kl.UlKltMAN RITA TRILLIN! s A* Bxecutrlcea pirsl publication "t this notice on ih. 86th da) "i June, IM4 ROBERT II TRAURKl Attornc? for EKecutrli i %  n:ir. rtuPoni Bullrtlng Miami. Florida SS13I • '-' ,; • S-10-11 NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 6878 VINCKNV.o 1'i.i'A.M. Plaintiff. vs l'ATSK\ JOSEPHINE I'OIAXO Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PATHEY ,l< iKHKHINE IVTANO RESIDEXCE I'XKNdWN You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are re.(iiii.-.l to serve a copy of your Answer nr PleadlnK to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, PAl'L KWfTNEY. F:QU1RE. 420 Lincoln Koad, Miami Reach, F'lorlda 113139. and file tha original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit C.cjrt on or before the 28th day of July. 1961. If you fall to do so." judgment by default will be taken iiKalnst you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Ihi-i notloe shall be published once each week for four OOnaecutlVe weeks In THF: JKWJ8H F'l.i >KIDI AX. DONE AND DRDERED at Miami. F'I-TUU. this lath day of June, A.D. It 64. !•:. B I.S!ATIII-:H.MAN, clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, F'lorlda IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63492 C IN RE: Estate of .i AI •. 'it CODOH "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons .Ing Claims or Demands Againsl 'aw I' ,, Estate: ,. You are hereby iimmed and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate ..f JAColl COlx.S ,1,-c, -a -ed late ..I Dad.County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the sain.ill il(i|.li.al. and > provi.led in Section 783.16, F'lorlda Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same ill be barred. Dated HI Miami. Florida, this SSnd IUIV of June. A.D. 1964. BESSIE CODOS ROSLIND CODOB HEI.l.lNCKn WILLIAM (X>DOS As l".\ecutors F'lrst publication of this notice on the 26ih day of June. 1961. SIMON. HAYS imi'N'llWKKil By: Hoses Qrundwere Attorne) f..r FJxecutora SU1 Alnsley liuildliiB ^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63555-B IN RF2 Estate uf .ill,l\N M. KRATZE, also known :iI M KRATZE Deceased NOTICE TO CRED TORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims ei Demand.Against Bald Batate: You are hereb) notified and re1 quired t.. preaenl any claims and demands which you may have againsl the .-in JULIAN M. KRATZE .i as. .1 late "t Dade County, KlorIda, i" the Count) Judges of Dad* I County, ami file the same In duplicate land as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Sialutes. in their offices in I the Count) Courthouse in Dade ('..unit v. Florida, within -i\ calendar months ii..,. %  from the time of, the first publication f. ..I the same will be barred. Dated al Miami. Florida, tl.i-17th day ..I June. A.D. 1964. MARION W. KRATZE As Executrix First publication of this notice on ih.lath day of June. IBM. LEON KAPLAN of Myers, Heiman A Kaplan Attorney f..i Executrix 1150 S V. Kirst Street Miami. Florida „ 6/H-86, 7 S-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63608-A IN RE: Estate .-i I.la iNA PRINCE NOTTCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All P. > -" %  Ha in— 'i.i mir 1 'emands Agal %  %  Ba I Estati y,.ii ar. hereb) notified and % %  quired i" present an) rlahns and di • ma ads which i.m ma) have againsl the • stati uf I.I'-' NA PRINCE di • il late "i Dade Count), to the Count) Judg. of I >ade Coui lj and file ili.same 111 a|.ro\ i.I.-.l iii s. ction 7 11 16, Plori. i ilrs, in th. i offlcet in il" l 'oui i\ Courthouse in Dade County, Flo Ida, Ithln si N calendar months froi i the time of ili.flrsl publication hei ,.f or the --am will be bai I luted al Miami, F*"i Ida, this l'-'i i ihlj ,.i June, \ l' 19*4. WILLIAM I. MICH.VEL \Executor Flrsl publl. ii "ii "i this nol ii •• on the -''.ih da) of June, 1MB. ARONOVITZ, Sll.\l-:i: & SCHFJR Attorneys for Executor •;..7 Alnsle) Building .Miami :'.'-', Kla. 6 "6, %  1-10-1 Bs : I.. SNF:EDF:N D. uuty Clerk (seal) PAUL KU'ITNKV, B0Q. ISO Lincoln Road Mi. Beach, Kla. 13139 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63584-A IN RE: Estate of LalAH KAT/.MAN. a kia LHE KAI/.MAN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Batate: Yon nre hereby notified and required to pies.-ni any claims and demands which you may have againsl the estate of LEAH KATZMAN. a/k/o LKF: KATZMAX deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dude County. Florida, within six calendar months from the dute of the fir-" •>'ibHon'tl...i hereof, or the same will be barred. a -.. \ 11 a Tiaal a n SOL ALF:XANDER Attorne.) Due Lincoln Ruad Building .Miami Beuch. Florida 6/26. 7/.1-10-1" IN N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60670-A RE: Estate Of SAM FLB88 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have filed my Final Report and Petition for Distribution ami Final Discharge aa Executor ••!" the estate of Bam Fless, deceased: and thai on tha 15th day of July, IM4, will apply to the Honorable. County .indues of Dad.County, Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Executor of the .-suite of the above-named decedent. This 13th da] of -lime. 1!'64. HARRY BUKBRNICK Executor HARRY BUKBRNICK Attorne) ISO i.in. oln Road Miuu.i Bvaoh, Florida 6 19-'Ji'.. 7 S-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOtrrCB IS HEREBY C.rVKX hnt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol ATLANTIC CLINICAL LABORATORY at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami lleach. l'la.: 1"! Coral Way. Coral Cable-. Kla: 138C0 Hiscayne Boulevard. Miami. F'la. intends to ree late* said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAXWESLL M. BAYarT, M.D. sol.proprietor Talianoff. Walk.-i A l.ltman Attorney! for Maxwall M Bayet, M D 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, II.i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 632S0-B IX RE! l'Vitate of liFX>ROB SINQKR, Deoaaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ail Peraona Having Chiims or Demandg Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate, of GEOROI-: SINdBR, deceased lute of Dade County, Florida. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and us provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statute*, In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six cal.-iiil.ir months from thetime of the flrat publication hereof, or the avjne will be barred Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 11th du) of June. A.D. 1964. MARIE BINDER As Executrix Flrsl publication of this notice on the 19th da> of June, 1961. KURT WKI.I.ISCII Attorney for Estate of i; i:. >RI IE SINCER, i leceaaed. 167 Almerla Aw.. Coral Gablee, F'ln. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60702 IN K1-: Estate of IRENE ADLF:R, HI eased. NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DI STRI BUT ION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given thai I hai %  fih-.l i %  %  > Fin..; Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Rxecutor of thi estate "I IRENE ADLER, deceased ami thai on the 17th .lav ..i July, iM4, win apply to th Honorable Count) Judges of Dad.Count). Florida, for approval of Bald Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Executor of lbestate of th. above-named OeoaoenL This 12nd daof June. 1964. LAWRENCE ADLKIt ARONOVITZ, BILVER A SCIII.ll Attorne) B07 Ainsl.-i Building Miami 12, Florida fi 26. 7 :;-in -i7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63447 B IN RE: Batate of WILLIAM ROSIN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Haying Claims or Demands AjjamSt Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to presani an] claims and demands which you may have against the estate ol WILLIAM ROSIN de.,.is..i laic of Dad.Count}-, Florida, i.. 11..County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 753.16, Florida Statutes, in theli offices In the Counts Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within si\ calendar ntha from th, time .a tinfirst publication hereof, or tinsano"ill be bailed. Dated al .Miami, Kloii.la, this 17th da) of June. A 11 ISM. ROSE B. W ROSIN AAdiniui-iiatri v Kirst publication of tins notice on the ll'lh day of June, 1964. AINSl.Ki: R. F'ERDIE Attorne) for Administratrix suit.103, ML". 8.W. LeJeune Rd. Coral c.al.l.-.-. Put. 6 1-M, 5/3-1') IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 6727 MAR/GOT AUR1CCHIO, Plaintiff, DOM1N1CK AURICCHJO. Defendant. NOTXE TO DEFEND TO: DOMINICK Al'RICCIUU 11 COVingtOO Street Huntington Station. New York YOU ARE HEREBY Ni>TIFli:D that a Hill of Co.nplal.it lias been filed against you and you are required to Serve a cop) of your answer or other defensive pleadings thereto upon plaintiffs attorne) RAYMOND J WOLF, H44 s.-.l.ol.l Building, Miami .".i'. Florida, ami file the original raerenf In the tifflc. .f the Cl.-rk of the circuit Court on or before tha 22nd da) >.f July, 1MB, or a decree pro confesso will I.i 1-HLTc.l ligalnst you. DATED, this lKih da) of June, 1264 i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida is. al I B) .' P. COl'KLAND D.;. it) Clerk



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Page 14-A vJenist fkridfi striking, therefore, to notice their pointOf con. ergence. The opening section. •Israel. People of the Covenant.'' discusses the Jewish image of the Jew and exI ores the two main communities, Israel and the American. With the second section. "Torah. the Jewish Way ol Life." the book explodes m a continuing series ot brilliant essays which flash back and lorth across the Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN 'The Deputy' Goes on Stage in Israel Jerusalem U/HEN. several months ** ago. it was first reported that "Habimah" planned the pro-lnction of Hochhuth's "The Deputy.'' doubts were raised in various quarters here whether it was proper to have this controversial play brought onto the Israel stage. The Foreign Ministry then denied that, out of concern for the r.dverse effect the staging of the play might have on Israel's relations with the Vatican, :t had brought pressure to bear on the "Habimah" management. However some felt—and this By MAX LERNER The Court as Spur K 'ILL ALL THE lawyer-." lack Cade si id, centimeago in England. "Impeach th judges" ithe cry today of the radi< :,1 right. %  • aft the two drastic Supreme Court si non Hie apportionment ni state res Chief Justice Warren, who ha • be n the target of hostility ever since his opinion l of a locomotive steaming down a single-track roadbed to its terminal point. He has taken the cne-man-oni -vote principle that the Court used for Congressional apportionment in the Vandiver ease last February and applied it to the state legislatures —not just one house but to both. An 18th century French rationalist philosopher could not have been more radically humanist in his premises, more sweeping and direct in his devotion to reason, more unflinching in following out his logic, and moie certain that a gratetul posterty would vindicate and ble-s him for applying pure reason to human affairs. The decision, it is reported, has stunned legal and political circlein Washington, not because it was wrong (everyone agrees that something had to be done aoout the shocking imbalance in most state: in I i eight of rural and urban districts' but because it was uncompromising, But t<> a li ^ IT of | \ there is surely something delightful thought that it took a Republican Governor o! ( ifornia appointed bj a Republican President, t>> head the n i -i revoluti narj Bupri %  Court in American history, it is also a delicious paradox that all the breaking and making ol precedent; has in in radii al demon i ried through by a Supreme Court which iitself nondemocratic, subject r.< ,th-r to electoral choice nor i ectoral defeat I..11 !hithen, as the Court's accusers contend, a case of usurpation of power by the Supreme Court? only the fanatics trill see it thus. The fact ,that the Warren Court has aaegaiiicently vindicated the eflcctive functioning of the corious mixture of elements which we call American democracy. Not being -ubject to the whims and >a>sions of the people the federal courts have always been reiriled as a brake on those passionIt was always the conservatives who hailed tho Supreme < Mirt in this role. And the life tenure of the judges, •naking them independent of politics, was what i ..\e them thirule Thiindependence still operates to firm up the courage of the judges. feeling was shared also by a number of the "Habimah'' people—that essentially the central problem raised by the play was one that concerned the Chrislinn world and that it was not for Israel and for Jews as such to enter the controversy. Well. "The Deputy" this week haitpremiere at the "Habimah Says Israel-born producer of the play. Abraham Ninio: I was lor it from the outset, when I first read the play two years ago. And he adds: I want it to be clear that I do not view the play as aimed at inciting against the Catholic Church or against Pope Pius XII personally. What then will he try to stress' For many months pasi -ays Ninio, he has been submerged in studying material pertaining to the subject. "I did a lot HI reading and even more of thinking." At first, it was thought to entrust the production to someone else, a producer of world renown, but no agreement was reached regarding concept. • We do not just put the whole blame on the Pope, turning him into a scapegoat What we say I-: All are to be blamed—all the peoples ol F.urope. tho-e who engaged in the murder and those who Stood by in silence The guilt was a collective one. However, the Pope's share is seven-told, since as a spiritual leader he should have given the Sign, •hown the way—which he did not." Like m all other productions, a l"t Ol cutting had to be done. If given in its lull version, the ,ilay would Lave to run for eight hours The cuts effected in the "Habimal produc• include the whole scene in which Adolf Eichinn appeal-; an I the scene in which I ount Fonisses • :tli the Pope the international final tion. Also cut out was the scene showthe Jewish family being sent ofl to Auschwitz. There arc thousands •>! I in Israel which h-\>experienced it personally, so there is little point in trying to depict it em the -'age No amount ... realism can do when' there arc living witnesses The I-rael production also did away with many nf the 'stage effects" adopted by theaters else here "When I met Hochhuth in New York," says \ mo. "he told me: I have not written the play lor sensation's sake. I ask especially of you, when putting it on. not to be drawn into making use of external effects." There is no doubt, he says that the approach adopted by Habimah will differ in a number of ways from the ones adopted by other producers also in the presentation of a number of the play's characters. For instance, the former SS Ober:turmfuehrer Kurt Gerstein, who endangers his life to arouse the Vatican, does not, to my mind, appear as a symbol of the existence of "good Germans" in the days of Hitler. myriad faces ol Judais m what is unique m n, ,, problematical what is essential, what is di Torah as God's revelation to Israel and Torsi relation to 'he personal life and to socien cuimly Nathan Isaacs' lascinating piece on "Stud; as \ Worship." The third section enters Iheodic) 1 era! discussions centering on the "Jewish Vision and Man." moving into the meaning of prayer messianic doctrine today, as it has evolved The fourth section. "A Tradition in Trar. is graced by Ira Eisenstein's "Challenges ol 'I imes" and Eugene Borowitz' "Jewish Faith :Jewish Future." but it is Arthur Hertzbem s I twenty pages on "Is the Jew in Exile?' whlct pies with alienation, self destruction, and tin J tion-hip lo the culture in which he lives, \\hic trifles the whole area. Many of the xteas ore not new, of course, M are distinguished only by the repetition inevitat book by many hands. But the whole VOlumi is a tremendous repository of the best and ni" port ant concepts in the amazing system of thouj history which we call Judaism. Characterized b. nence rather than exhau-tiveness. by deftness rath' j broad sweep, it is a stimulation to intellect fro point of view. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN What for ZOA Now? ^OA CONVENTIONS n !" \earhave .been mark) q climates of crisis. Will thi an amelioration in the situ 'ion' %  ten it meets in convent the end of the summer? I of the ZOA are hopeful that M" more' positive attitude toward Z Sism on the part of Premier lf\. INhkeil. contrasting with the hostility nf tormer Premier David Ban-Garten, Ml contribute to a wholesome reevaluation ol the i I the ma\e'metit in the luture. Mure obji e obser v e r! ,;ll have to wait and see, -nee the founding ol the State of i \ n|, 11. %  I.r:i.habeen raging over the tuture c ment, with former Premier David -*i Gurti ie ranks • %  ho hold thai the o %  thi state obliterated all difference •id that I : no need for s specific Zionist or -! m u (ties ol thi sidi : Qu 'r view di the issue was taki miei Lei i Eshkol at the meetii il 2 • Actions Committee. Earlier a i Israeli Premier, Moshe Sharett, declared th •here ere no Zionist organization it would i> perativi • form one And Dr. Nahum Gol an objective thinker and one of the keenest ol ers ol thi current Jewish scene, has been nun taming that there is still need for the Zionist ment, albeit undei a new structural base. Th:divi-ion of opinion has of course escaped either Zionist leadership or Zionist runtit is axiomatic of course that the ZOA it i.s next convention will not vote itself out of i •'.ence— it has too much vitality for that. But as question inot what the ZOA will do, but wha I % tory will do to the ZOA. Thicolumnist has never been among tl vocates ol liquidation of the Zionist mover As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL The Nation Moves at Last on Civil Rights MOW THE CONGRESS of the United %  !" States is o\ ernment to then the moral fibre ol our m iking more secure the cud n ol all Amerii ai Presidents R Truman. Eisenhower, Kenned'.. hnson all ••nnoblcd their high Of-i %  •• by issuing executive orders calculated to curb discriminatory prac The Supreme Court, through ittowering 1954 school desegregation decision, placed the judicial branch of our government clearly on the path to civil rights p-ogrcss in our era And now. even the Senate and House ol Representatives are shaking off the impediments "t reaction and silencing those who cry doom by deciding at la-' to enact powertul civil rights legislation. "The Senate is usually the last place in the govern' to get the d'ift of American public opinion." Dick Itussell, id Georgia, commented as his linger turned so ice in the senatorial dike of filibuster. But at last oven that palladium of temporizing has moved after 75 days of obstruction, to register thenation's determination to "-e tne sinejra ol laws to advance the cause of human dignity. i j 'Ml its I rt %  ind Sen R M and Sen. Goldw ter cam I i" thi rhe < n is commute i to "l 'i: a belief in v.hue supremacy. ^rizonan •. ited for cloture, has locked bin • t makes much of the fact mat N State hi e < ril rights laws than any otbi •'"u %  s ""' 1*1 oe receive irom it."



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July 3. 1934 fJenisfi fkridhhin Page 5-B i ... ••• Ft.U fef.LMM AMtolMM* •1.85 Ah such arguments we have...shall it be the roast duck (Le Canard) or the chicken? And our waiters can't help...all our dishes arc superb! One couple were really sensible. They ordered both ...then shared. Later they had a fight over which was besc.'Which should you choose? Well the duck is a rare gourmet dish from Europe, the chicken as American as our charcoal broiled steak. We suggest trying both. Soon! luncheon Buffets Daily • Special Sunday Buffet Brunch Mon.thru Fri. 7:30am-11:30pm,Sat. & Sun. 7:30am-1 am. %  •n#wich.. Itaaki, Soups, tataa* ... Batty Special* Cocktails f CHAND1-EK S 21st STREET off COLLINS MIAMI BEACH JE B-0523 JJLRBIM SUISSE RESTAURANT IN THE R0NLY PLAZA • COLLINS & 23rd KING ARTHUR'S COURT JAN AUGUST ORCHESTRA FOR DANCING 10 P.M. to 2 A.M. STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner By Special Report At the recent convention >f the Rabbinicial Council of America, ;oo delegates from every part of the Ubited States antt Canada unanimously elected Rabbi Israel Miller as president. Rabbi Miller is spiritual leader >i the Kingsbridge Heights Jewish Center, Bronx. X.Y. The Rabbinical Council of America represents over 900 Orthodox rabbis serving some two. million congregants in the United States and Canad;;. Rabbi Miller is chairman of the Chaplaincy Committee of the Na ional Jewish Welfare Board. In I his acceptance address. Rabbi Wilier announced that the "Rabbinical Council of America will establish a special Campus Com-1 mission immediately to help bol-! iter the inner resources of college | students in understanding the i secular challenge to their religious | 'deals." RABBI ISRAEL MIIUR Zeiger to be Installed Next regular meeting of the George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge 196 will be held on Monday evening 7:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus Temple, 10th St. and Alton Rd. Plans for installation to be held on Sunday evening, July 25. will be finalized. Cancellor Commander Frederick Zeiger vill be installed for a second term. 9 Per Person Double Occupany (35 Rooms) TO SEPT. 17thWITH 2 DELUXE MEALS •High Holy Days Rates On Rrauest RESERVE NOW! DAVID ROSNIR'S mm. HOTEL root MUNIS FUllY AIR CONDITIONED I Dietary Laws Strictly Obiervxl CONSTANT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION MASHCIACH ON PREMISES On the Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach CALL UN 6-0121 Synagogue in Hotel Voters Plan Meeting President Harry Levy will conduct an open meeting of Voters Incorporated on Tuesday evening at the Lucerne Hotel. THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions S K.NO JEWISH" AFRICA* OtNlNG FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-3917 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH J^esfaurant !> %  VM'KN SERl ED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. Continental TBE Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomtr Shabbos" Restaurant — Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 EL IIATI'IIIKO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty ot the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496 OPEN EVERYDAY 170NUI.34T. tiTKHKa I fk FR ihSs •M.U ro •! ^-mmfml AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES OPtM DAIir 4:00 P.M. to 10 P.MSUNDAY • 12 Noon to 10 r • AC JLJL i EiTK hgjLS*mimn0t HALLANDALE, FLORIDA On U.S. I, one half mile south 0< Gulf st mam Race Track Ph. HOLLYWOOD WA 2 7223 Bra



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Page 2-B Mnist fkridiar Friday. Iul Y.ll; B y : ~E"tTW A R D"~C OHEN Scholarship Winner's Dreams Karen Joy Singi er Jrbbcur met I her husband-to-be. %  I Alan, in a Greek k II Classical Civiuzafon course at the University of Miami. I wasn't supposed to take that course — not in my first year — but I ju>t had to." she said the other day at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Singer. This persistent drive for academic excellence last year led her to a Woodrow Wilson Scholarship, one of a thousand given throughout the nation, and one of the very lew won by both a husband and wife. No Baby-Sitting '"I got the impression during my interview with six professors in a mid-Victorian type of parlor that they look dimly on giving the scholarship awards to women, so I feel especially good that I was able to join Alan Between KAHK JABBOUR scholarship winner us, we'll have S5.800 for the ncx* year, and that's more than ample fcr the kind of academic life w. Copenhagen Jews Ignored By Communist Delegation COPENHAGEN — (JTA) — The [et Jewish question ha> in the ha gen Jewish Community Board has been ignored by the area of cultural ties between Den•t Embassy here, after it remark and the USSR. '••'! an opportunity for a perinterview with Premier Nikita Khrushchev to discuss the iti >: of Russian Jewry, it was ealed here this week. The request was made prior to Mr Khrushchev's visit to Denmark, but the Soviet Embass) never replied, it was stated by the Beard. Since its request has been ignored, the Board made public the contents of its letter to the USSR Embassj In th letter, the board expressed its "anxiety" and "uneasiness!' over the Soviet Government's anti-Jewirh discrimination, citing religious and cultural discriminations against Russian Jews; the publication by the Ukrainian Academy of Science of the anti-Semitic book, "Judaism Without Embellishment;" and the closing of many synagogues in the Soviet Union. The letter also noted that the cultural cooperation agreement signed in 1963 between Denmark and the Soviet Union explicitly d the I o countries to conIte to unhampered develop• of cultural ties between t. • m. •rd, in itletter. itr< i the importance which the S I Bay Park Towers Has Gala Fourth M re than 200 people attended .July 4 celebration at Bay Park Towers, luxury high-rise rental apartment building on Biscaj Iiav at ME 33rd St, Miami. Tenants and their guests enjoy ed a day of festivities and sports Refreshments were served, and there were music and dancins A tennis tournament and a putting tournament created friendly competition and interest, as did a swimming meet in the huge pool. Trophies were presented in each cent.—ST. lead, and hor thing else is baby-sitting.'' tays Mrs .Tjubour. The joint Woodrow Wilson, one of the most coveted in the nation and created lor students in the humanities several years ago — "the scienc-s are all well-endowed, but the humanities are usually ignored" — will enable Mrs. Jabbour to work on her Master's degree in Renaissance Literature at Duke University, where her husband is seeking his Doctorate in Medieval English IJterature. Although she was a manna cum laude gradual* of the University of Miami th s past June. Mrs Jabbour completed her senior year at Duke where her husband was already on a Wilson Scholarship and is grateful for the special privilege which permitted her to do so. Compares Well "The library at Duke, is one of the best in th" country, and it creates an atmo-phere that ii a schi lar's orld. Alter three years at Miami, my eyes were opened by the scholarship in Durham, although I must say that the English Derailment her compares very well: it can stand up to the finest. The qualiu of •h< -indent bod) is ;< lot different. and I'm glad to hear that Miami is raising lstandard-. About 50 percent of the students who ^ nirriei! win "ii pTofttrrfou. ami the best in tin school are our own local kids. The Jabbourwere in Miami for enly a few daj S before leaving tor GttUford College, M.C., where her husband is director of a music camp which he and Sheldon Steinberg, ol (Irei n.-horo. founded three years BgO. A native of Jacksonville, Jabbour is %  solo Molini-t of .'me distinction, and while he takis over as dean of students for the summer. Mrs Jabbour will tiach creative writing. A product of Miami schools, where she ivon many awards tor essays and journalism. Mrs. JabaLbour confess*-to a liking for the kind of nigged life mixed with culture that the camp represents. & Multi-Lingual Both Alan and 1 like open country La-4 year, we hiked alone through the Smokies lor a week, living in sleeping bags. With thre< outstanding universities like Duke, North Carolina and Ifortfa Carolina State all near each other, that section of the country would be great to live in. But we would prefer New England, or Oregon and V.i-h ington." The Jabbo irs would seem to have no problem in hurdlin ac cent bai riei -•. what) ver section of the open country tlie\ finally -ettle in B< ween his skill in Angto-Saxi n Icelai die and Celtic, and h in I th. > I be i to %  : %  the nativi and with then proficiency in Middle Ei (Chaucerian the) can earn on a private coi thou) fear of beii i stood by any ,,f •hem. i£ HUH. W4T BAtJH Beach Hadass Lists Convei Mrs. N;-t Thrift. M ,-. Chapter p ... -it. delegation : the nat; ,. fon in L.OArmeies national Mot tM gini Aug 10, In ..". We a It iest nated th tes • men mon Beach 1. i ll dames Mori Alpert ah 1 % %  • and l.lh. G


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Friday, July 10, 1964 Jen i*s#? fhtridiom Page 9 5 Judge Moore Takes Iver as Commander If Pythias Unit Judge Edward N. Moore was in tailed as grand chancellor of the Irand Domr.in of Florida, Knights f Pythias, at a banquet Saturday muht at the Barcelona Hotel attended by more than 300 persons. At 41. Judge Moore, a member Bf the Miami law firm of Walers, Moore and Costanzo, is one the youngest members of the Pythian Order to achieve top statewide leadership in Florida, le has been a municipal judge six years and a city attorney lor ten. Judge Moor* was born in Boson, Mass., in 1923. He attended Northeastern and Emerson Col s, Boston, and received his %  w degree at the University of tiami in '950 Before taking up law, he was a radio announcer %  nd news commentator in Massachusetts, Arizona and at WOAM and WIOD. Miami. A former director of the Miami Jcach Junior Chamber of Commerce and past president of Flager-Granada Jewish Community enter, Judge Moore joined the ibles Lodges. Knights of Pythias. 1950. In 1951 he helped form he Flagler Lodge and became its lancellor commander, a post to lien he was reelected the folSwing year. Thcreaftei. he became ctive in (rand Lodge work, representing Tie Flagler Lodge. He erved as liairman of proficiency for the JUDCl tDWARD MOORl State of Florida and was elected to the Grand Lodge as Outer Guard i in 1961, moving steadily upward j to achieve election to the high• est state pDt at the Grand Lodge convention at Orlando last Apr. 24. Judge Moore has served as chairmaO of the Television Committee of the Dade County Bir Association for three years. He i' a member also of the Moose, Elks. American Legion. Disabled War Veterans and a Mason. He is married to the former Edith Oshetoff. of Newark. N.J., and they have four children, Robert 15. Daniel 14. Richard 10. and Susan 8 They live at 120 SW 54th Ave Dade Federal's Resources Rise Joseph M. Lipton. president, Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, reported bis week the association resources is of June 30. 1964 had risen to %  214.676.987.60. compared with 5197.855.022.M as of June 90, 1963, ui 8.5 percent increase in total resources for the 12-month period enr'ed June 30, 1964. Savings moved upward to $189.S64.246 i2 as of June 30, 1963. compared to $177,431.167 81 for the •imp time one year ago for a percentage increase of 7 percent. Dade Federal Savings' mortgage loan portfolio increased sharply, 12.3 percent or a total of S18o,768,383.26 as of June 30, 1964, compared to $166,352,649.6V as. of June 30, 1963. Total dividends on savings accounts reached a record high, $1.472.891.77. lor the 12 month period ended June 30. 1964 The asso. ciation recorded 72.060 savings account holders as of June. 1963, .'nd 17.600 mortgage account members. Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association was established and received its Federal Charter in 1934. and is presently celebrating three decades of savings and loan service to the South Florida community. rtedPt -* Holly Matthews 7, of 1101 Opa-locka Blvd., sits in a sea c new pennies surrounded by the smiling faces of (left to ngh North Miami Councilman Charles Kinze'l, Gilbert Reilly (Uncl ? Sam) and Joseph M. Lipton, president, Dade Federal Saving i and Loan Association. The occasion was the grand openin of Dade Federal Savings' new North Miami office on NW 7th Ave. at 126th St. Holly broke a record by stuffing dozens c pennies into the ceramic Uncle Sam bank given to her br Dade Federal officials. New "small account holders" werr given free banks and sixty seconds to fill them. Minsk Synagogue Story Confirmed In N.Y. Tribune J$ar !' Mrs. Char-' %  tte Weiss. Miand Stan-! 'ried. Ridge Y.I. Mr., Mn \at' m b e r g, Jan.! and Mrs. le Fried. Mill Beach, are grandparents September, Ronald will enter. 1th grade at Rockway Junior | and play first trumpet in the tphonic band, iddu.sh will follow the morning Ronald fried services, and a reception at home on Sunday will honor the celebrant. Robert Glatter Robert, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glatter, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, July 11. at Beth Moshc Congregation. Kiddush in Robert's honor spoil. sored by his parents will follow the service-; in Popiel Social Hall Robert is a student at the Beth Moshe Hebrew School and attends Westview Junior High, where he plays cello in the school orchestra. Rabbi Simon April will officiate at the ceremony. WEDR-FM 00.1 OK YOril KH \L .NT0R, DRAMATIC TENOR y years of experience, seeks yearnd position or for High Holidays. Orthodox or Conservative. Satisfaction guaranteed. T., Box 2973, Miami, Flo., 33101 MALE HELP WANTED CHICAGO HOTEL 300 ROOMS < < i < < < i Births In Greater Miami Maria Dee Olmick joins her hrother, Shawn Kevin 2. at 897") SW 76th St. She arrived July 3 at South Miami Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Alan (June) Olinick. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Pearl) Lowenthal and Mr. and Mrs. David (Vi) Olinick. both of Coral Gables. Lucky Maria Dee also has great-grandparents, Gussie and Philip Lowenthal. of Miami Beach. IRMANIN1 POSITION FOR TWO EFFICIENT DESK CLERKS id salary plus room. Single pre4 ed. Transportation r 30 days. refunded < Conine. HI 4-4874 interview between 7 4 8 p.m. Martin and Lennye Stein are the parents of a second son, Richard Alan, born on Independence Day. July 4. He joins his brother. Michael. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Botwick and Mr. and Mrs Joe Stein. WANTED vish woman interested in ting HOUSEMOTHER for i Epsilon Pi Fraternity at la Tech in Atlanta, Ga. Jtiful new accommodation!. risibilities include taking care then operations as well a* duties. Previous experience pcessary. Writs: rarren M. Epstein W. Peachtree St., N.W. %  nta, Georgia 30309 Nasser Wants Arms Race LONDON — (WNS) — President Nasser, of the United Arab Republic, is against halting the arms race in the Middle East, according to a report in the Sunday Ob[ server, which quotes President I Nasser as having said that he' feared Israel and that war with l that country was inevitable. He also said he would never accept •in tat i ___^^__;_ THE ONLY RADIO STATION IN MIAMI FEATURING DAILY JEWISH PROGRAMS THE MIAMI JEWISH SCENE (IN ENGLISH) MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-2:30 REUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. 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. 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Pcge 4-B > Jtf ist fkrxf&r Friday Hi Books for the Blind 5ocia/i* t : \!:lt. -. hn are goin^; • • ship and train rather than by plane wherever possible A week of sightseeing ir. Ken York CitJ -nd the Fair will precede their midJuh • board the luxunouUnited Stale-. tir>t slop. England Countries on the ltinery include and, Norway. Sweden. Denmark. Germany. Holland. Bi gium. France. Switzerland. Austria, Italy and Israel In Haifa, they'll board the neu SS Shalom, due back in lhi> coun try in early October Former prez of Community Women Club of Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay Harbor Islands :>hirley was in stalled as life founder president of the organization in May A \acation in Blowing R^K N C for Mark and Susan Rubfollow in. attendance at the IV" District Convention of B'r. B'rith at Durham Pre\s South Dade BB. Mark accepted chairmanship of the Florida State Lodge pro-ram committee during the conclave Keeping pace with oil .eep of Shalom Chapter BB Returning to their home Sunday in time to bid adieu to Su-an sister, Marsha Talianoff The pert r old le., • •' week on an Arista student Tour through the l'niteoung ladies. Mr and MrGeorge %  Talianoff. leaw Monday for a three week Euro pean vacation, where they will visit Madrid. Majorca. Cannes. Lake O>mo. Paris and Copen haeen. MrC.enc G. Olsen. Ion;: time Miamian. this week jetted from New York for a tour through Denmark. Sweden and Norwaj will continue her trip -it to all the principal --:a and a Stop MI Berlin before return country on :. • SS the end of Aug let eomparati' i .ht-' %  will t vacation, which flight to rtreit i w here -he -, l her dau| Don E K' rj and husband. Dr \ man Mr ar,. Mrs Ted Lottern.a" Auxiliary announced that .i • :V>.Kparticularly humorous rnes. are now being 3c I at 'he L Mq GW Shoo Clergymen Form Beach UN Unit sum le %  us hi 1 k ft '-.••'%. i the obse n asset rt. 24 ai %  Mai Mc:-: en sen tag M UM n Rabbi Max LipDr R. Wile) Scott. Rabbi Ir Lehiman Tempti N M 7> l All S Leon K Rabbi Hen r> r nt of the kocaJ UN d Syrians Fire On Israeli Border SALES JTA oorder positions fire I eh kibbutz last (seek r.d time in two of automatic weapon file were directed from the Syrian emplacfn ard •; v-.mora near the Sea if GalHae .n northern Israel No injuries were repcrted Israel did rot return the f.re and lodged a complii-t it*i the l"N Mixed Armistice Cor On Thursli}. three Israelis were injured when Syrian positions fired on farmers and at an Israeli jatrol car proceeding along its usual route Thursday's incident was the first serious border attack .n several months In the Knesset Eliaelech Ri malt, a member of the Liberal Party, called for an emergency meeting of the Foreign Affairs Committee to diseuss the Syrian border attacks I ai GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have] Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy to*you from



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Duly 10. 1964 vJewisti FlcridHairt Page 13-A h w cms %  & ervtces iAJeehena ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. i Rabbi Isaac Ever. • SHALOM CONGREGAf985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Israel Kershner. EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. native. Rabbi Abraham S'.hpAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conre. R.iboi Norman N. Shapiro. William W. Lipson. IL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho|abbi Solomon tchiff. • IRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho%  bbi H. Louis Rottman. — • JACOB. 301-311 Washington Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Maurice Mamches. • IOOESH. 1101 SW 12th Avt. Traditional. Rabbi Max Cantor Fred Bernstein. Sli i in. S.rnn.ii: "A Mull J:30 urn. "The Portion of %  0 p.m. "No Peace in the CANDLWGHTING TIME 1 Ab — 6:56 p.m. HMUU. I BETH RAPHAEL. Orthodox. Ralph tery. 139 NW 3rd Ave. Krieger, secreRabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Conservative. Rabbi Mayer AbramErnest Steiner. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPtf BETH SHOLOWT^TM Chile f *•***•* %  .**.* TAWTTT."0Th SfTIhd Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipachitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Kridny 'I p.m. Basurdaj S:4S a.m. Afternoon Har Mllzvah: Raymond, .-..in
a.m. Sermon: "An Appeal m God." • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. 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. I man. • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. SEPHARDIC 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. e TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Refc-m. Rabbi Herbert Ba.imgard. Cantor Cli.ines Kodncr. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel JaOe. TEMPLE BETH SH.RAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris SkOD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Cantor David Conviser. lYiday S:l". p.m. Sermon: "When DOM .Man Pray?" Saturday 10:46 a.m. ital>i.i rVanh Placher and Cantor William Royal eubatltutlni for Rabbi Kronish and Cantor Conviser. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE >67th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hlrsh Adler. KridHj6 p.m. Saturday :i a.m. TEMPLE Reform. ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. RabDi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal Reform. Cantor Gordon Richards. Friday 8:16 p.m. Services conducted liy I."TS Sehneiderinaii. Sermon: "l.et me Alone: 1 Don't Want tu set Involved." Bervteai during July held in Youth Lounge Chapel and conducted hy lay niemli. rs of Temple. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Saturday s:ir. a.m. HUT Milzv;ih: Ronald, son of Mrs. Charlotte Welaa and Stanley lii.-d. • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Mattoth. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Saturday y a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. YOUNG ISkAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." RABBI [UGtNi lABOVITZ consideration for possessions move." And when they are accused of treachery, of egotism. they protest; "We are really interested in the welfare of our people and that is why we are doing it." But all their protestations fall to the ground when judged against the selfsame criterion as was applied by the rabbis to their prototypes. Which do you place first? What is the first thought that comes to your mind —your possessions or the future of your children? And by the answer shall they be judged. Argentine Jews Urged to Prepare SANTE FE. Argentina — (JTA) — Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president of the DAIA. representative body of Argentine Jewry, called this week tor a "state of preparedness" b> the Argentine Jewish communitj against anti-Jewish violence, which, he said, was continuing to occur in spite of the "sincere good intentions of the Government." Addressing a national convention of the DAIA attended by 170 d< legates from 17 Argentine communities, Dr. Goldenberg denounced Egypt as a center of "well-planned aggression and psychological warfare against Jews." lleizl Gesang. general secretary of the organization, said that it was now time for action since "Buenos Aires is the operation center of the Arab League." Asserting that it was not enough "to receive wonderful statements by Government officials," Mr. Gesang said that "our timely reaction may prevent irreparable damage." THE WEEK... US I SEE IT Continued


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Page 4-A + J?iitfkrirf&r "Jewish Floridian OFFICE ami PLANT — HO KE Siri Street Telephone FR 3-4cC5 Teletype Communications M.arr.i TWX MM 3S6 FRED X. SKCCHET Editor arid Publisher LEO MBBUH E xecutive Editor SELMA M THOMPSON* Asst to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv. Israel 1AY I" BINDER C orrespondent %  ... -. —-.i %  -. • — • --Ka SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Local Araa 0n Vw SfiOO Trn Vtara S'2.OS Out af Taw Upon Bafluaat Volume 37 Number 28 Friday. July 10. 1 Ab 5724 .964 Jabotinsky Has Come Home to Rest Jcbcunsky is home w.-.ere he belongs. Bi remains he peccerully OB Mcur.t Heri :r. Jerusalem. named orter DM BOB who Nai :.-.e father cf pclitca. Z.-.r.jn. 'zzcr:-=<" f.zs ..-•erred cr. -sa--.En the pr oxim ity oi .-.-s grave *-;:tool al Theodcr re is :.c npieted I symbolic inity implicit in th found v -.lie & ite of Israel 2r Fid %  '-'profc sth :en a A B -'V :" WD to r .-. from Dr Menu's --...-. %  ipon •d his 3d sad early dea %  —•"•" of the estab3:rte as so long bi BO Bib its to ate -who fro baled B*B ayiag The : leologico -. between Jabctinaky and -he -= Oi ::.? new Israel she soled almos.y. me Ministei i more to right this MMJ %  BC Bled ky .3 home ot '" .-a led ol a nab the aeabon of which he as surely nave his m*e as I Di Hern.. •Bi -"NAi. fffflURUi. M tWL He Meant to Accept aacow Chief ?c: %  ~h Le.b Levin's refuse! to accept a gift oi a set -.: the Talmud from the Canadian Jewish Ot speaks more eloquently .its im md "molity man all the vehement and gffiaal denials o'f c.-.ti-Sem.tism fan me Soviet Union. When Rchc. Levin wrote mat "we heve plenty cf nooks to study from r.: even mere man we need.' he woe merely emphaeizing t.-.e be then :s Soviet propaganda aboal the availability of Jewish book* oi religion and prayer. Stones emanating from behind the Iron Curtain hove time and again declared that Hebrew and Yiddish books, both secuicr and religious, continue to be published in the Soviet Union. Reports by observers returning from vuits there sav this is not so. Rabbi Levm acted in accordance with the will of his government. He is a prisoner of its phuosophy and can hardly do otherwise. For even I were true, he would never refuse tne gift of a Talmud. But for political prisoners, opportunities occasionally present themselves to speak out This was one such. Rabbi Levin's refusal ipeaks of need and denial rather than plenitude and acceptance for the Jewish community to which he minister;. • %  %  •~s the Democrat! tnevit... be the eaunraier.-.-.-. %  tnt to? The arguments :; rre; eie %  .:-. when the platforms M :.-. which %  '-^ the ceter'tc be seen sard are dismantled and p_: away Then, politics take the Hand • th ideology nothing but z nettle in i to ::;:.: back to ? c memory of the beat ;: then rampaign orate A Fair Assessment '•'•-MCBEIOW executive director of the American (ewish Dongreen has made an exceflent point ..-. bis orgemiacrtion %  battle with World's Fair Jordan Pavilion. Maslow charges mat the Fair permits Jordan to ex.-..n.t z mural that is "malicious end Etefamatory to the Jewish community on the ground of free speech. But he also notes that Fcir police hustled off to jail pickets of the Jordan Pavilion who were, in their picketing, exercising precisely this same right to free speech. Maslow thus deduces that the World's Fair action or. rather, inaction with respect to the Jordan Pavilion is bo'h "arrogant" and 'hypocritical." The AJCongress executives assessment of the situation seems to be an eminently agreeable one. Fr.dav ; y io. \ ANY 4 I T jnih e-oa i" a aeao'BiJ tn Jwi" U"iy ana ... ..„ ,A* v-i>o' at t J- a* Ta grao-c *3>cy. Sevan Arta P'at^ra Sy"dieata. w-.-'wa "a S*rvc. Nit o"a.' E3ito"ai Aaan *'~t-ct*•" a* E-; ak-Jaaaaae NtwsMpetana tta FV 11 •• MM. daring thf ted .. as i see it by LEO MINOUN EROM M the passir., R.-tU*. Bui if. i ^J_ achievement • .7^ mg about it sU h.^J of unexp^ctpf* have sudder.. -'edaaj Southern iMrn Tsta* 1 i-ourse. do no) the glannj; m, Heated Campaign Talk The statement on Israel in the Republican Party plctform reminds us that BOW .3 me tor all good men to come to the aid of their political ambitions. This is a non-partisan observation. When me Democratic Party gets around to a statement on Israel m its platform, we expect to react in the same way. Argentine Jewry's Future The sad news from Argentina suggests that our speculation in these columns several wee.es ago had sound basis in fact Dr Isaac GoWenberg. DAIA president. hopefully declared that Argentine Jewry was being assured of greater government supoort Sere 6 against ***"* cnd an*fatSam That the DAIA must now warn the hooligans ;• -^^ :o ret „ .. ^^ FWBjon Show, not only tr.e rovernme: fundamental failure to cooperate, but Jewrv s worsening condition Ur.ncpp.ly, we must prepare for another penod of instability in Argentine Jewry's fu\ -m cilable lea.iers as i2ens who hop*nation in blood before they finally come to heel and corr they consider to be their way of life." The cooperav phenomenon to remain isolated from the mainstream soc;oicgic evolution is to dilute the strength of ones bar tion in. the lareer political arena of the country'! affa..Some hotelmen may bravery ctese their failn.. intefrate. which tends to remind me of that absurd t< mercai. where typicaHy immature Americans prefer i to chanjin? their brand of tobacco, when what in fact •%  substantial boost in their intelligent quotient. But w, the Ku Klux Klan and the other white supremacy spokes.rtheir piece, the problem will resolve itsetf to a real:-* hat the segregation:.^ fear most, the danger to both I and economic advantage. Hence the surprising cooperation in many areaincluding Mississippi and Alabama, which has alreac itself, and which is therefore reaih not surprising at all mongers may rage in the d;.ing of their night, but a new • • *:> and ineiuctabiy. A.-.d unl<^s they are willir. themselves entirely, they too A ill ha\e to face the da '..-. *'her -s, ISIOB -js '• 3 *^l i, '••-T n "• havj a, %  peiaj thf Saaj ~.ar.f^, I* "• H>TtN7IAL 0UT/C4l AMD KONOMK POWff THE QUESTION AT .mind nor le*. ite of those •Tesped .. least n arta „_ • t seems t %  Re*; • tends to mssl .-: 11 it i eBsseaetit %  %  otenui %  :nall cons.,, teresti -• role 1 %  %  ma •• must conclude thai wrti rt. questt %  : iswi IIBJIK AfiiNAi of ummjmm yyHAT is WCRSE. i |y on I it prof • • tbe year ahead Hi • ed embar nc j in ._ po\king thai teems 1 t 5 •. pesthsJf-d th no dis t inteadsd to en abl v '• %  CJFWF has acnx uliarlv nil • readth of his economic'povthe vahM poLtical str, %  gth I has al<0 ttktn ta In terms of the America.-. : ; but;on. a rea uation can only produce an eeuallj reahstie concha the moderate intellectual Negro leader nas been aware el .Ui'. r ^ o UPp0rt SP r tUal arki ot --'^'^ renu.red bv j, he land. But the mass of Arr.encan Negroes went in La Z • ^? rmn the "'^" n the wh,te man *"nt him so Ino^r^. 5 are / mU, lin he praCt Ce of '""ti-Sem.t another political and economic Com in their arsenal tow a: : T.Cl here l-sflMf %  OK; itusj %  rprri back msw4NCf TOucr AGAINST MUHM JOMEONE HAS RAISED the question Whv does Amenc feel 1^1** mUCh t0 T> Nti;r0 C,,,^ens, And wh >didn't feel Slmil ar compuls.ons uith respect to its Jews' The anthlnTri 6 T*Z AntlJ !" ** Prejudice u rooted in re t yS nr C J al phe ? omena The distmction here >s an atas, it tood precanou>ly poised for some two-thousand vears on anu £nT m n ^' ,U a henU8e ,ndwd Fr '"d tended to o' jSaT !" Z "l be Cnns,,ans an ^ reacuon to the r.g.d r 1^^"" ^ UnW,U,n and fundamentalh eLue n H Pierce inherited througn Ins BBBR gogue m AsfOise) and of which he really wants no part recoenifrimi AU c,rcumstanc the common vanetv oi me W e d i ; ff "' '" '^ quality of revumon he : mx ord.^ !" UU> r ,OWard ,he Je %  "'ou S lT. But to ^t,l .1" circumstances: they are not orduurv tin-., oce that placed the Je, n .hettoes for two mPuen a him m a countless number of .nqu.sit.ons and poirroms is em-';;, W "••*V ,V d,nfi up ta not K^. e, ternbut among men of different colors tea'. Vb C t e io th .h C,Vil / Uh!S ,neasure ,S nardl >' a consequono I vmu-bJ ^1 e K Unde: x ehBe the Jew wl n freedoms were won bv long 1 his equal and handed him ea the happy tol or tlu S comi ;. an insurance sei com rupheat even political aContinued on Pa 13^



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Page 8-A f Jen is* Flcrktian Friday. July 10, 1964 Israel Won't Seek Nuclear Weapons: Eshkol Continued from Page 1-A Israel, the Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal and the attitude of certain Western countries to Arab pressures and boycott, were among the topics discussed between the two leaders. President De Gaulle had assured the Israeli Premier, it was reported, that •France will not | sacrifice Israel for the sake of tier interests in the Arab world I Constantly referring to Israel as< "France's friend and ally." President De Gaulle showed himself in lavor of the status quo in the Midtile East, telling Mr. E-hkol. reportedly, that any change in the equilibrium in the region could provoke "a catastrophic chain reaction." He expressed his belief :hat France "could exert its inluence to attempt to bring about an amelioration of Arab-Israeli reations." It was also disclosed that the vo statesmen discussed Francosraeli scientific cooperation in a ect for extract ing minerals nd other riches from deep sea The proposal for French-Israel portunity to try to convince him ^^^JSTlSiJlSr scientific cooperation. %  was re£t '-e, ,s ne ^r a„ jperul.^ Neuwir.J.^C ported, is aimed at the extraction ^< M !" J £^ witn him the Assembly Vice President Raymond pot onlv of minerals, but also ensituation of Soviet Jewry, for Schmitthn. from sea water. v h om 1 would seek equal cultural The Israeli Premier also met CO, The Israeli flag Was flown from a masthead in front of the building as the Israeli Uoverniiu-iii leader arrived for his visit, and Mr Maheu met him on the steps Bt the entrance, introducing him later to other leading officials of the world crganization. Mr Maheu presented Mrs. Eshkol with a book published by Commenting on various is, he most tra gic problems. tjonaf." Scientific and Cultural Orel •"*>" **?** **Vtom sues during his visit here, Mr. ymizations here, being received b) Mr. Maheu. The event was atEshkol said that he was certain In his discussions with Picmier ^ g ^ (|| uin „ r 1)v R e ne tended by most ol I NLSCOs leadthat the "day will come when Pompidou. Mr. Eshkol called the ( d i rector .g e neral Of UNESing official*. attention of the French Premier — %  the Arabs will recocgnize Israel, as other nations in the area have c'one," bet he said that he did not think peace could be furthered by making concessions. Declaring that Israel was prepared to offer the Arabs "her Iriendship and her technical as-istance." Mr Eshkol challenged the Arab states to "a peaceful competition under which Israel and her neighbors would compete on such projects as the desalination of sea water—rather than in an arms race." to the fact that, if private firms were to give in to Arab threats in the demands for a boycott of Israel, the economy of the Jewish State would be harmed seriously. During a luncheon tendered by M. Pompidou in honor of Mr. Eshkol, the French Premier declared: "We know that no government aspires toward peace as keenly as does the Israeli Government. That is why we are in favor of maintaining a balance of power in the Middle East." Asked at a press conference The proposed undertakwhether he planned to visit the u emphasized in most Si viet Union and meet with Prena%  uthoritative sources, ientirely ier Nikita Khrushchev. Mr. Eshdifferent from, but complemenl;ol said that he was prepared to the recent a reement signmeet with the Soviet Prime MmPerez and Israel Ambassador Wali. between Israel and the Uniti ter "at any time and in any ter Eytan, was received by the States lor desalination of sea place, especially in the Soviet French National Assembly and Union. I would take such an opn,et with Jacques Chaban Delmas, Mr Eshkol, who was accom ianied to the conference by Dep itv Defense Minister Shimon So. Florida Dentists Contribute to New Dental School at Hebrew University DeiLcation ceremonies for the Hebrew University Hadassah School of Dentistry founded by Alpha Omega Fraternity will take in Isri el on Aug. n to 13, .iannounced by Dr. Elliot i ordon, president of the fraternity, and Dr Morton Rosenblath. The new S2.000.000 school, which .... • Hebrew Universityin • Research and Postter, will be located • Ein Karem, site of the medical pus of the Hebrew University salem. Together with the :• ; -i h K>I and s< hool i : it w lil be part of the • i ti enter know n Si %  IOIS <>f Healing. In m '-inthe announcement, ml thai "the the n< A school ill Umax to in effort that Social Singles Dance Saturday B'nai B'rith Social Singles will %  ave a dance on Saturday, 8:30 m a) the Barcelona Hotel Tickets may be purchased at the door, and the evening will include dancing to a live band and a night club show Funds raised are to be channeled to various organizations which serve all races and creeds. i; undoubtedly the most ambitious project ever undertaken by any dental fraternit) Among dentists of Greater Miami who are donors to the new school are Drs. Melvin Becker, Meyer Eggnatz, Elliot Gordon, Alfred Geronemus, Clement Goronemus and Morton Roserbluth. All of the more than 150 A'pha Omega members of Greater Miami have contributed to the project. With the opening of the new I e only dental training center in the entire Middle • will be transformed almost overnight from a college of makeshift quartl rs an 1 inadequate [acilities to one with the most lern in the world. At present, school is able to 'rain only 25 di ntists a Mar. With its new ties, it iexpected to double he numbei ol graduates An acute shortage Of trained tal i %  nnel is anticipated in Israel in the immediate future. both because of immigration and the need to expand health servicethroughout the country. A large contingent of American dentists are planning to go to Israel for the dedication ceremonies. Dr. Rosenbuth will participate in the ceremonies and is scheduled to lecture on the scientific program. A having an affair ? Social tea for 20 or an intimate pady for 2.000 ... Start at the TOPTrie New Everglades Hotel. Miami's MOST delect? food. MOST impeccably |l served in sunound;MOST delightful' Expensive' Never! (You couldn't doitforless*)Cal! 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964 fJenist) Fhririirjir Page 11-A ishop of Nazareth Agrees Israel Arabs Have it Better (.JTA>— Arch George Hakim, ^ %  KIIU Church, on ^ %  Israel, this week Hhat the Vatican Hcil will pass a ^pcondemning antifffeen ii reconvenes in lat he p-'f-'Ji] a l!> l;i\ statement, the Archbishop voiced conviction that the majorit;. ot the 120 Arabic-speak \nu, bishops also favor it. But the .Arab bishops, he emphasized, canpot be expected to go alony with any statement that might give Israel a political advantage. The Archbishop told the press at an interview at Our Lady of Lebanon Seminary that condamnation of anti-Semitism was righteous, and should not be equated with political approval of the State of Israel. The prelate, whose full title is Archbishop of Nazareth and All Galilee, went on to say that the position of Arabs in Israel has much improved, especially since 1960, when Arabs were admitted more widely into trade unions. "On religious grounds we have complete freedom, but on political | rounds there are some restric lions," he said. Restrictions imposed on the Arabs included regui.ilions concerning personal prop i rty and the freedom to move about the country, he claimed. Realizing that "Israel is here to stay." the Arabs have relinquished hope of regaining the land, said the Archbishop. All the Arabs want now, he said, was justice and equality. As leader of Ihe Melkite Rite Catholics in Israel, he has 33.000 followers, mainly concentrated around NazaretQ and Haifa. By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Miami's First Hebrew Teacher Studies Past for Future When David F Freedman and I his wife. Chaya, came to Miami twenty-nine years ago, there were •three temples here. Beth David, nd I < !ii j.l.Israel Bat there wen no H e b r c w 1*8. I)a\id KiTclman became Miami m-i Hebrew teacher. "IB those da\s." -aid Mr. Freedman. "Miami a t t i a I e d writers and scholars. The> came to enjoy the mm ler a shori time and we, ia turn, were able to en joy them. I arranged lectures tfc GIT AWAY FROM IT ALL %  *.*1low*?d by ,h clot^' itly in a .tare o' •hoe*' Ou' €•' %  *'o thej *• ng all dV l n 0 v*t'h win< #*d or*9* Vtflt • A *At*D S(' Vov can be u'e WHfc up<'b d.""g 'othe tp CWI *Vt wHvi tria'm lo< vow >0 't* it 'h place be'eo ( Jfc m .>vtl ''<" Ov' coa called •#Nm#iid rittn € &f • •• %  and **d liV MM *">g and be *'**. T*m ft vow caret years experience in passenger steamship service" For reservations, see your fO STEAMSHIP CO. I ^^ Member of the distinguish* Even the root* of the United Nations concept i* in our Bible. And it was Isaiah who said that there will come a time when men will break their swords, use them to plough the land, and people will live without wars. If you want to mold the individual, teach him his history." Mori Stability Today, Mr Freedman, still living in the home at 1030 Washing ton Ave. thut he moved into twenty-three yean ago. is happy to BCM the Jewish community prosper. Bui he would prefer to see it more stable. It is the transient quality, the tourist aspect of the community that disturbs him. He would like to know his neighbor — know him in the style of another era when generations remained in the same village, the same house. David Freedman is a pioneer in the field of Jewish education and culture. Fifteen years ago. he organized Moadon. a Hebrew speaking club In his home, he and his wife speak Hebrew Chaya Freedman is a poet who writes in Hebrew. Her poems have been published in "Hadoar. the Hebrew weekly published in New York Mr. Freedman has tried to retire many times. But something always pulls him back to teach ing. He has made three trips to Israel, and today is seriously considering going there to settle. But the pull of Miami and teaching are still strong. Next season, he will be teaching part-time. Only • Taste "Today, we are reaching many more children. It is fashionable to send your child to Hebrew school." he said. "But although Hebrew education is more organized today, we don't teach as much Hebrew as we used to The child goes to school a shorter period of time today. Now, we only have time to give our children just a taste of their treasures David Freedman graduated from Crane College in Chicago. Louis Institute of the University of Chicago and Yeshiva University. To the new Hebrew teach er, he has this to say: "Study more. Know more. The more you know, the mere you tan transmit Jewish treasures to Jewish children." /" 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. 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