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(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  e 37 Number 30 Miami. Florida. Friday, July 24, 1964 Two Sections — Pr.:e ?()•' ironist Split Zionist >be Seen |NOS AIRES — (JTA) — icdiate action is likely by hentine chamber of Dep>n a Pcronist proposal subto the Chamber on July 6, tor a Congressional invesol Jewish organizations tir ties to Israel, informed said this week, proposal was olfered by Carlos Cornejo Linares, who fcd it in terms which Jewish ken called only anti-Semrhe SOUreei ~aid the propos fght remain quiescent for before being taken up lor leration. inwhile, the Peronist daily, \ cracia, declared that not iputies of the party were in iment with Linares' charges 1st Jewish and Zionist ss in Argentina. The daily that this was the tenor of rmal statements made by rist members of Parliato Jewish leaders. la related development, the Cratic Socialist Party for denounced a recent stateby a retired Air Force ofGetl. Gilberto Oliva. which that there was a Zionist Ipiracy'.to iiUiltrute all as of Argentine life The Domic Socialist statement, which % arcI in Vanguardia, the parofficial publication, also deIced the Linares proposal. e party also assailed the anti^h and anti Zionist activities k-ab League representatives in tntine, which it called "manlations contrary to our eountraditional democratic atti tov nil racial and religious D s a I elated development, a official of the People's Radi Continued on Page 3-A Eshkol Warns Syria Not To Renew Border Attack What are Sen. Barry Goldwater's chances as the GOP Presidential nominee? For two views, see "During the Week," by Leo Mindlin. Page 4-A, and "How Innocent Can He Be?" by Max Lerner, Page 10-A. EICHMANN WITNE SS Joel Brand Passes A way At Age of 58 BONN — iJTA) — Joe Brand, a Jewish journalist who was selected by Adolf Eichmann as an emissary in the bizarre anil abortive Nazi otter to the Allies to exchange trucks tor doomed Jews, died this week in a hospital at Bad Kissengin alter a heart attack He was 58. lie had testified on ins unusual mission In the trial of Adoli Kichmann in Jerusalem In i%i and later In other trials involving the struction by the Nazis of Hun garian Jewry. He was an Israeli citizen at his death. According to Brand's account. Eicbmann chose him to convey an offer to the Allies oi a proposed trade of 1,000.000 Hungarian Jews Continued on Page 3-A TEL AVIV—1.ITA1—Premier l.evi Eshkol warned Syria this week thai Israel's restraint in the lace ol new Syrian border attacks was not a sign of weakness. Speaking to a graduation parade : of Air Cadets on Air Force Day, at an undisclosed air base. Mr. Eshkol, who is also Defense Minister, said that Israel demanded that United Nations Truce Super vi.-ory officials "keep their eyes open and see who actually is pro yoking border incidents, and who is interested in provoking such incidents." The Israel Forei.-jn Ministry this week rejected a report by the UN Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice Commission on recent Syrian border incidents which sought to "balance" the picture by saying that "both sides" fired, without stating which side had opened the attacks. "Even if we do not hurry to react to their activity." the Premier told the cadets, "our enemies should not make the mistake of thinking that we do not foster our Mrength and thl we do not have the strength to prevent incidents when they arc overdone." He spoke ol Israel's deterrent power as a means ol averting war. and .said: "While our neighbors continue to wave war declarations, it is not our way to wave our military strength and to remind the threatening rulers of the existence and strength ol cur power." The Air Force put on a display of exceptional precision and maneuverability of various types of its jet planes. These included Ouraganes, Voutours, Mysteres and Super-Mysleres. The display was climaxed bj a flight of Mirage ] jets. Fouga jet trainers. Nord car: lien and helicopters. The Israel Foreign Ministry decided this week to return to the United Nations Syrian-Israeli Mix ed Armistice Commission a report i .in recent Syrian border incidents I which sought to "balance" the picl lure by saying that "both sides" ,1red n ithout stating which opened ihe attacks lions truce investigators had cstab%  lished that the Syrians opened lire. AND DeGAULlE Knesset Debates Premier's Talks With Johnson State Dep t. Urged to Act On Arab Boycott of Bank REDS 701DTO DENOUNCE HATRED JCongress Asks Moscow or Direct Talks With Jews IRUSALEM — (JTA) — The Hd Jewish Congress, at the line session of its plenary Ming, addressed an appeal to Soviet Government this week direct talks with Jewish orllzatlons on the position of SovJewry, resolution adopted by the 100 n~h leaders from M countries ending the session voiced the fcern of world Jewry for Soviet asked the Soviet Govern it to permit reunion of Jewish ulics separated by postwar %  tier changes, and expressly %  Delated world Jewry from any olvemcnt in cold war politics. iThe resolution alio urged the |viet Government to denounce ritemer.t to hatred of Jews in jssia, and to punish those resrsible for propagation of such itement. Another resolution rned against the revival of inlational anti-Semitic and neoNaii activities in Latin America and Europe, and sharply condemned the role of the Arab League in such activities. A resolution on West German relations urged the West German and other governments to extend the statutes of limitations tor prosecution of Nazi war criminals, to assure adequate punishment of such criminals The resolution also urged the West German Government to provide adecpiate compensation for victims of Nazism not covered under the existing legislation. A separate resolution calling on the Bonn Government to act to prevent West German scientists from assisting the armament of Egypt which "is dedicated to Israel'8 destruction." Among other resolutions, the delegates approved one voicing appreciation to the Continued on Page 7 A NEW YORK — (JTAi — Sen. Kenneth B. Keating. New York Republican, protested to the See retary of State Dean Rusk this week against the Arab League's announced boycott Of the Chase Manhattan Bank in retaliation for the bank's dealing with Israel The Senator urged strongly that "appropriate -teps be taken as pronipth 88 possible to protest and rectify this completely unjustified Arab policy." Declaring that "this continuing scries of affronts against American citizens should not be tolerated," Sen. Keating told the Secretary of State: "The addition of the Chase Manhattan Bank to the Arab League blacklists is only the latest of many outrageous examples of Arab discrimination against American businessmen and individuals carrying on normal relations with the State of Israel' The Senator's protest came as word was received here from JERUSALEM — (JTA) Premier Levi Eshkol told Israel's Parliament this week that hi* talks with President Johnson in the I'nited States last month and with President Charles de Gaulle in France this month had encouraged him in his belief that Israel did not stand alone in its struggle with a hostile Arab world. "Ncv ertheless," he added, "we must rely on our independent strength Initially. United Na| to stand our ground on any day or trial." He said his visit to France had provided a clear demonstration that the "relations of friendship and cooperation between France and Israel are not likely to be affected by France's relations with any other country, including the Aral) states He stressed that luring his visit to France, he had found that French Israeli friendship was nol merely a matter ol individuals or ol a friendly French leadership, but that it was -deep The Israel-Jordan Mixed ArmContinued on Paje 3-A Damascus, Syria, that Kuwait had "called off plans to deposit S200.CCC.000 in the Chase Man, hattan Bank" as a result of the I blacklisting of the bank an' nounced by the Arab League's office for the boycott of Israel. "The Congress had made clear on repeated occasions." Sen Keating wired Mr. Rusk, "its objection to any I'nited States aid to Nasser as long as he continues to divert his own rc-ourses for ag gression, continues to violate the (reedom of the seas with regard to the Suez Canal, and continues to discriminate against American citizens on the ground of race or religion. 1 would be most gratelul for a report as to what steps the United States is taking to enforce these conditions and to terminate any further aid to Arab nations engaging in these unwarranted practices Officials of the Chase ManhatContinued on Page 8-A Continued on Page 6-A Six Nazis Get Jail Sentences NEW Vi 'UK — .JTA i — Six members of the neo-Nazi Nation ai Renassiance Party were sen. timed this week to jail terms tor trying to start a riot at a civil lights demonstration last July in the Bronx James Madole 36. and Daniel Burros 2t>. leaders of the group, were sentenced to two-year terms. Judge Irwin Davidson denounced them lor recruiting for "malevolent purposes" young men "whom they succeeded in injecting with their own virus of hate." Two year sentences also were Continued on Page 6-A Conservatives Meet in Mexico City MEXICO CITY — (JTA) — The worldwide Jewish community was urged here to confront Western culture, rather than avoid or evade it, by Rabbi Theodore Fried man. past president of the Rabbinical Assembly. He was the keynote speaker at the fifth international convention of the World Council of Syna KOgHes which opened here The \v rid Council embraces congrcga tions of the Conservative move nient in Judaism and has affiliates and associates in 28 countries around the world. Rabbi Friedman said that all Jewish communities have the same problems arising out of their existence in the environment Ol Western culture whether in New York, Mexico City, London. OT Tel Aviv He rejected the attitude of some sections ot Judaism v hicli advocate a policy of isolation from Western culture for their adherents. Such elementin Judaism, he said, in Brooklyn, B'nai Brak. and in Buenos Aires. favored the erection of barriers between Judaism and the Western world. The Conservative movement in Judaism, he said, has rejected Continued on Pa.ge 16-A



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+Jmist>fkridfc*r) -. Pcge a-A Peronists Split on Anti-Zionist Probe rmi Mayor Robert King High congratulates "Governor" je Lister Jr. The Coral Gables high school youth was led chief executive of Boys' State following a week of :k legislative sessions in Tallahassee. Continued from Page 1 A I cal Party, the Government party in Argentina, declared that the p.irty would "do everything in its 1 power" to fight the country's rising anti-Semitism. He made the statement in connection with in-1 dications that the party was organizing efforts to bloc the Lin| ares proposal. "There is no room for racial discrimination on the political scene," the official said. "It is not proper and the Government party will do everything in its power to fight it." His assurance was supported by Miguel Artiz, the Foreign Minister, who said that the People's party had a history of battling for civil rights and religious equality. He stressed this was recognized by leaders of the Argentine Jewish community. The Foreign Minister cited as an example of that policy the fact that President Arturo Illia set a precedent when he invited a rabbi and a Protestant minister to be present on the reviewing stand with Catholic clergy for the July !) Independence Day celebration. Dr. Guillermo Sehlesinger. Chief kol Warns Syria to Refrain m New Border Incidents %  Continued from Page 1-A t :e Commission, meanwhile, demned Jordan for a "grave vfMatton" of the armistice agreeaaent in an incident the previous Mek at Shaar Hagolah, in which mm Israeli border police sergeant Mi killed. The report, in line wMli customary procedures, also •andemned Israel for returning MM fire, but noted that Israeli farces did not appear on the %  cane in an aggressive manner. Ill Am num. King Hussein said in [interview with The New York %  es that the recent border infcnts had been initiated by Islo provoke the Arabs to milretaliation, to divert world till ion from Israel's tap of the Jordan River for its Negev irrigalion project. He claimed that 30.000 to 60.000 Jordanian farmers would be deprived by the Israeli water project of fresh water, but added that 'still, we do r.ot intend to go to war ever this." 35 Yean tzperienca Hem* Owned Hom Operated] TERMITES ? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, positive pest control with regular monthly service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK ALL F R 7-141IX Grtorer Miami's Lereest Exr*nliMrr Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4L**H AM*. OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 Rabbi of Congregation Israelita,. as the official Jewish representative. Government spokesmen have in] sisted that the anti-Jewish cam-1 pain was restricted to small i though financially strong groups of nationalist extremists. More \ recently, both Government and i opposition party leaders appeared to have decided that the time has come to challenge the repeated! statements of such propaganda. Previously, former President Ar-; turo Frondizi said his followers' in Congress would strongly oppose | the Peronist proposal. Argentine Jews are concerned about the gap between such official reassurances and the record of police in carrying out orders to arrest persons involved in anti-Jewish incidents. Ilerzy Gesang, acting chairman ol the DAIA, the central body of Argentine Jews, said that after months of investigation, police announced the arrest of two youths, 15 and 17 years old, who confessed they were guilty of 148 such incidents. He added that the police had indicated they were satisfied that the arrests and confessions ended the case. "HA VP are certain that these youtfcs we part of a well-organized gron, that seems to be immune to HI• cution." he declared. Joel Brand Dies At Age of 58 Continued from Page i-A lor 10,000 trucks which the needed in the final monthr i tl war as the Red Army swept 1 ward Hungary. Brand .rested by the British M ti command in Aleppo and kepi custody for some four mor." Brand had been co-presiithe Palestine Office and oj Kei llayesod in Budapest am: C ganizcr of the Jewish Rest mittee in that city, organize) try to save Hungarian Je' pyctr ">SV6 T^IC?? "~ BETH DIN OFFICE IABBI DR. TIB0R H. STER* 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Bectti JE M969 JE 16;: Committee Names Two Paul Klein, local advertising i sectltive, and Julian Cole, partner in the public relations firm of Venn Cole Associates, have been appointed to the Communications Committee of Dade County's Community Relations Board. Both appointments were announ eed by Jack 1. Green, board director. 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Page 4-A Je nisti fhridiar Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel R \Y I HINDER Correspondent Put:i.-'..d every Fi i Mno I i" hi Tt iJ* i-ii Flortdtan I .ri Miami, l" oi Ida The Jewish Floridian ha absorbed the Jewish U"'ty and the Jewish Weekly. Member ol the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa Service, National Editorial Ann.. American Aesn. af EnglishJewish Newspapers and the Florida Press Assn. The .' %  u -h Wol • %  | i %  %  • K %  'i "f ihe merchand -• .*i\' i a< %  the instrument b> which government" can be restored here and abroad, with serving as a light to peoples elsewhere. THf SAW AND JOl/0' VIRTUIS Of Yf.STf.KDAY %  JUT THE ROAD to accommodation ii two-waj and %  ions and uncompromising militarj might fo to invite a blow. and in the atomic era there are no m rights to the awesome extent of retaliatorj powi r Th is ignorethe only direction toward peace currently avail fails, .iwell, to understand the changing political, nomic horizon ot our principal adveraarj he ia ignorai that a successful society, such as the Soviet Union seems oping, can not long remain bound by the restraints ot osoph) Marxism, Sen Goldwater apparently doesn't recog one resource to change of i have-not nation, it that natioi There are. of curse others Ked China has chosen Y in addition to the fundamental racial antagonismm\oh culties between Ked China and the Soviet Union den Chinese (have-not) disenchantment with their erstwhile Ru teachers, who become increasingly bourgeois by the p. Sen. Goldwater is horrified by the possible aceomn : tween Fast and West this kind of human evolution offer. he understands none of these things and because he accommodation is therefore traitorous What his ipe is the boyish need to return to the relative ease of yest he declares that "In our vision of a good and decent fut peaceful." the Senator in fact means the good and decent the demand for unrelenting military power to maintain t* schism, for schisms niggesl categories, and it i> clear!] I goriei that Sen Gi Idwater best seems to fathom. The;, and solid" — virtues of a long gone isolationist Amer %  I Judge Silver's Leadership We join the community in congratulating Judce Sam I. Silver upon his installation Monday as president of the Dade County Bar Association. Judge Silver's professional, civic and welJare contributions to our community over a period of 3C years have brought him to this high post of distinction. As th; first Jewish attorney to be president Eye on the Calendar Tisha B'Av is one of the most tragic observances in Jewish history. It records the destruction of the Second Temple. On that day the Lamentations of Jeremiah are read in memory of this sad occurrence in our ancient past. It would certainly seem advisable that sponsors of Jewish productions should be more careful in the matter of their calendar, and with an eye toward possible conflicts of just this T r u In e ?P enin< ? f "Echoes of Israel" on iisha BAv last weekend is a case in point. It hardly seems proper that talented performers from Israel should, themselves disregard so awesome an observance for many people in the Jewish community. We raise the issue now not to chastize the past but to suggest that rU ch producers remain mindlul against other unhapoy breaches of religious sensibilities in the future. LOVf AffAlK WITH OUK PRIVATE WCAIJH THE REPEATED REFERENCE to "constiuitional j supports this beyond doubt For it is a phrase that c under stood by the user alone. The .ntegrationist leader will I I planation for it: the racist and bigot, who frequently n. • his tt tremism behind such phrases, will offer quite another, ators view, it apparently represents the fundamenta. legislative-judicial formulation, with a minimum of int that This nation, whose creative people have tnhancc span of history, should again thrive upon the greatness t those things which we — as individual citizens — can and ahoul I What Sen. Goldwater here exalts is the spirit of rugg : indint uahsm that oiled the fulfillment of America's manifest d< %  -•%  hasrt upon "the .sanctity of private property, the onlv durable ndatiot for constitutional government in a free socictv." The u sanctity of private property was. of course, basic to tt. motivating our nation's revolution against Britain. Thus : in the rigidly categorized world of ye.terday he envisions as Amer hop* for tomorrow. Sen. Goldwater feeds his followers with s longer listed in the pharmacy of cures for our worldly ,. There js nothing rigid in geopolitical experience tcda everywhere around us. When Barry Goldwater talks about the ctitj of private property, he forgets and perhaps intentions those who have no property at all. Will they ignore t forces liberating them from their own bondage and a< • us by fading gracefully away as we engage in n love all I private material wealth? AUtVIATINC THt HUD Of THOSE WHO OWN NOTHING JEN. GOLDWATER UNDERSTANDS at lea-t tins I, it is an unrealistic expectation, and aims to rejf whelming military might to deter all possible challeng. sequence, his acceptance speech at San Francisco was to!. di'vod of concepts of human welfare and human need Whate and candor lay in the address was limited to the Iron-cls tcvtu* of privilege, J" f ;\ h,ch reminded me of the late President Kenr. tall M Lw„ K American editors on Miami Beach Just t u days o,!Z ,K S assassina,i n I" Dallas Here, Mr Kennedy S t* Drooernwrn'r 0 '' Warnin ,hc editors that %  *** riv,M ZT„ „, b "*>*• on 'y when those who own b.v am to n^h.n,, iH 1 resp J' nsibll,, v of "UevUUng the seed of tt ",'t, The t ; d lors ma,nl v influential and affluent pu not react warmly. of f a Trf ^ alln .u m,:nia I day |S lar 8 < -' l >' a battleground f( undersenre T h n hand and communism on the othe, th L n lnU : 1 ^' nce 0 ( P**4M1 Kennedys wan. leg* water In."l a f h,S aU


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qj. July 24. 1964 fJeivisti nor/dUaun Page &-A the 30th Anniversary of the Death of B'rslik irew of %  n % %  ZALMAN SHAZAR leg at the assembly in I live years ago to mark anniversary of the death Nahman Bialik. the HcI list Ha/.a/ said: "Bia,i I Is what Pushkin was t .issians. Goethe for the • and Mickewich for the • pi, t ii very aptly, for us is what those great i in the literary history i eoples, the highest eri%  10 poetie powen stored ul; the greatest height i • lelr literarj creators in : %  j generations aspired. it lion, however, the revelf Bialik's poetry among D arked for the (act that „t a very stormy period t story when our nation lie crossroads, and the %  t>' on which the vision Sis a! national poet (ItsHd the generation desKo be responsible for a deft d> :..mire. Hirns of Literature Yet H. im Nahman Bialik did not rei • H himself as the one who-fcaii ; pened a new portal in our Btet -ure In the literature of so an ''ill a people as we are. no begii :T.: IS feasihle. Our lit eratwe as old as our people. and tli* strength inherent in every r %  • wed period lies in its ability %  < %  link itself to the chain of formgenerations. Even in Hebrew ..tiTi.turt\ which we are wont to i 'scribe as modern. Bialik's eruptions were preceded by a long %  nain of poets, thinkers and etor tellers and he regard ed him-'' if as hound by many links to f at chain He loi'K-'d upon Ahad Ma'am and Mendele as upon his immePRESIDENT ZALMAN SHAZAR literary treasures of the past Tl.c 21*1 of Tflimnus which :h>. year jell otl July I, marly the >0tJl anmrcnarj of the death o\ HUVIWI Hahman Bu.lr'; die mou ouwtanJ Hebrew poel of the modi i age and the poel of hrael'i national revival. Her,Israel President Zalman Shasar a diffuiEwrlied author ami Intel•„al I.I In-; own right, offers some provocative thoughts on Buslitj ... both poel and natio la ist They are culled from u.i address he delii years age death on the i of the I5th anniversary o\ Bialie,'i diate t. Gordon ature" e (i t lathe mdti %  IS H' .-• UtlVfr %  %  •ntin those livid)3>M ation )t ct ripies I the hop* M ctitj I %  norcoskt lajn pre i-alt i to iia( did rces I to pile oldCOBoliltrty ichers; he spoke of J. L. ;.."Ihe lion of our literDid desired to affix the E" o Luzzatto upon the doorOi our literary temple. ler greatness lay in the fact U.i. he had the ability to reveal t; ;en! and to concentrate it acaum himself. It was he who brassght the poet:> of Yaakov Katal tr ': e notice of the Hebrew reader '.us he who attuned the ears of Hebrew readers to the poetry i Viiakov Steinberg and aleraatl <)K mind to the talent of Yaakov • .chnian Trveitior of forebears it with indissi-verable chains to the literary treasures of the past Through his compilation of "Sefer Haagada." his commentary to the "Mishna." his researches in the Hebrew poetry of the Spanish period, he linked modern Hebrew literature with the past, and so the stone walls THIS IS" NEWS! WHY PAY \ '.OR 5%? OUR that the fathers of modern Hebrew literature had endeavored to raise in order to mark it off from the literary epochs of the past crumbled of their own accord. Bialik turned modern lie brew literature into the carrier of the great heritage ol the past into the future. In a public address. Bialik once said: "We are told In the 'Pirkei Avof that Moses received the Torah at Sinai and handed it over to Joshua, and Joshua to the Elders, and the Elders to the Prophet.and the Prophets handed it over to the Men ol the Creat Assembly. The> said three tin But surely, I., asked did they only receive traditions; did they not innovate things of their own accoid? And. again, is it only three things that the Men of the (Ireal \ss"ir.bly said7 The conclusion to be drawn from this i> that no generation can create unless it receives the traditions of its forebears Unless there is reception with full enthusiasm and with all the fire of the soul, there's no possibility to bequeath the heritage to the generations that follow. Only when traditions are properly received and handed over ran they be accompanied by a message of one's own. With the blessing of Biahk's creative personality, modern Hebrew literature began to be marked as something that bcth received from its forebears and handed over to its successors, and so lent content and force to its own message, I recall receiving the "Sefer Haagada" as a gift from Bialik. In handing it over to me he said, rather blushingly, "My name is H. N Bialik There is nothing of Bialik in this bock, but I do believe there Is something of the H. N. in it. 'The Hebrew 'Hen'' means "grace." i There was great truth in these words. His grace permeated the choice and arrangement ol the book, and by dint of his own personal grace HA1IM KAHMAN HI AUK poc: of nationalism the charm of those treasur of generations past begun to shine once more from present daj ere ations. Language of Diaspora When Bial.k began writing his poetry, his native Odessa did not serve as a Jewish center in the Diaspora, nor was the Hebrew in which he wrote the language of the Jewish masses. But Bialik's message was carried far and wide to all Jewish communities and in all languages. Bialik himself wrote in Yiddish, and what he did not write in this language, J J. Schwartz and manv ethers translated, so that the whole of the Jewish Diaspora became his vast audience. Despite, therefore, the babel of languages that splintered the nation, Hayim Nahman Bialik was able to unite the various sections of the Jewish people into one vast spiritual audience among whom his warnings and his consolations, his admonitions and his soothing message reverberated and brought revival. But H athe poetry of Bialik anc %  > :iis contemporaries resi rued out literature from its lonej liness in is own generation, so it rescu< from the threat of markiii .. 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Paqa 6-A +Jen /$#? flcridfiar Friday. July 24. 1%4 Knesset Debates Eshkol Talk With Top Leaders Continued from Page 1-A rooted among many strata of •'e French people." H reported that, in his talks wNh President de Gaulle, he had 53 the French leader about &f ha problems confronting Israel *r that he had stressed the g.-jvity of the encouragement •v*':n aggressive rulers may craw from the attitude of those powers who do not throw their *j]-.t into the balance on the M* of peace." This was assumed t be a reference to Soviet • iusrt of President Nasser of Ej.ot. particularly during PremeKhrushchev's visit to Cairo as' May. Describing his meeting with the %  Jewish community and • a delegation ot Jews from sirica. who hail settled in lie said that, though there ime indications .if readiness Lg the youth for emigration Israel, there was not yet any for drive tor that objective. > reported that such youth • taking advantage of opies to study Hebrew offered by French colleges and that the number of Jews learning Hebrew was much smaller than nonJews doing so. In debate following the Premier's statement. Mcnahem Beigin. leader ot the Herut Party, criticized a statement made by the Premier in the United States to the effect that statements hy Premier Khrushchev during hi< \ isit to Cairo were moderate. The Herut leader also criticized the Premier's "failure" to raise during his talks with American officials the issue of West German scientists working on advanced weapons in Cairo for the Nasser regime. He also sharply cnticiz ed the Israel Government's policy concerning West Germany. Ishar Harari, of the Liberal Party, defended the Premier's statements on Khrushchev as correct, asserting that a foreign country was no place to attack the Soviet Union. David Hacohen, of Mapai voiced regret that the communique issued by the White House on the JohnsonEshkol talks did not include a specific stipulation about the preservation of Israel's territorial integrity. He noted that only Israel's mtegritv was openly threatened in the Middle Bast. He also said he regretted the absence from that communique of assurances of NEW SPIRITUAL LEADER ARRIVES FROM MASSACHUSETTS strengthening Israel's deterrem forces because the balance of mil .tarytroni*tB> in the area hadl*^ upset. Mr. Hacohen also voiced the hope that the Premiers visit ir. Washington would bring a change of view among those in the lniie<| States who consider Nasser j ,| a |, ilizing force in the area, ami who believe that the Egyptian preij dent wants peace. During the session, the Km. set referred to committee motions by the Liberal and Herut partiej which asserted there was a short age of scientific and technological manpower in Israel. Thi motion! charged that Israel's Institution] of higher learning had room fur only about one-third of a| in the sciences. Freedom Lodge 'Outstanding' i ie convention Of District Lodge 5. B'nai B'rith. reeld in Durham. N.C FreeLodge of Miami Beach was j"one of the most out. lodges nl the district." Charles J Kossove, president, ced that the lodge won 16 irdi, or five more than the next i^ting lodge. .rds were presented for • vfrship acquistion. service :. i adult Jewish education, in. • and "outstanding lodge." %  dual members won special •l riddal awards for work done ." J. Nudelman is the first j in B'nai B'rith to receive ards for membership since ee;>tion. members considered out d .: by the district were el Topper, past president; %  lai %  J Kossove. new presi.nd Murray A. Shaw, chairI adult .leui-h rducation. odge covers Bal Harbour, irbor and Surfside It re ts charter in June. 19t>3. Temple Judea Names Rabbi Kipper To Assume Pulpit Responsibility Now President Herbert C.elernter an-Temple Beth Sholem, in Peabody. nounces that Rabbi MornA Mato become the spiritual Kipper ha> assumed the pulp.t at leader at Temple Judea Temple Judea in Coral Gables. He succeeds Kabbi Mordecal Podet, who has left to take up his ministerial duties at Temple Kodel Sholom in Waco. Tex. Rabbi Kipper was ordained by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. He holds a BS degree in group education work from George Williams College, Chicago. Rabbi Kipper is the author of a text on Jewish spiritual values. He ia member the Year" award. He ivasalso children. Avi and Merle, are ex;>PPr\rVV>ryVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVvVV^^vVVVVVVVVW ^ Jacob C. Cohen E^X Community Synagogue 1532 Washington Avenue Ph. 534-0271 Open for HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ALSO DAILY AND SABBATH SERVICES BE AMONG THE BLESSED WHO WILL DEDICATE IN PRAYER THE NEW SYNAGOGUE AIR CONDITIONED ULTRA MODERN THEATRE SEATING THE FINEST SERVICE • OUTSTANDING CANTOR RABBI ABRAHAM WEINSCHNEIDER Seat fteservcrfions Available Now at the Office SEATS AT $10 -$15 -$20 MEMBERS FREE Be the First to Pray in a New Synagogue



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Friday. July 24. 1964 vjwisii n-orSdHknn WJC Asks Moscow for Talks With Jewish Group: C %  nufd from Paat 1-& J *i__. ,i %  Page 7-A Cc-'inoed from Pag* 1-A Polish \ernmcnt for its efforts id con • morate the martyrdom ni Ki ean Jewry under the .VI/IV The cjiites were told by Dr. Nahun culdmann. president of the W d Jewish Congress, that increas ,numbers of liberal and progri • e groups throughout the I world recognized the situation; ni s.ix Jewry as a problem of I in term nal concern. He added; jth.it 'growing understanding" I, tin 'Moms of Hussian Jews lexistei even among leaders of K'ommu! -in in western countries. Ho(.fr, he added, the Jewish p::le "i$ not and cannot be r | nti-Russian factor." He argued that the Soviet Government "should realize that Jews throughout the world have a right to urge that Soviet Jewry be permitted to enjoy a Jewish way of life." Hillel Storch. a WJC official from Stockholm, reported that Some Russian Jews may be allowed to emigrate to Scandinavian i countries under a plan for a family reunion exchange for Baltic [ and Scandinavian countries He said the plain was discussed by Premier Khrushchev with Sweden's Premier Tage Krlander during the Soviet leaders recent visit to Sweden. Two leaders of Argentine Jewry told the plenary that there had been an increase in anti-Semitism in Argentina. Dr Isaac Goldenberg, president of the DAIA. the central representative agency of Argentine Jewry, and Marc TurkOW, executive director of the WJC South American section, also reported that there had been an increase in physical attacks on Argentine Jews. Citing a campaign of anti-Semitism in parts of the Argentine press, they reported there was in existence an antiSemitic conspiracy on an international scalp in which Arab representatives were collaborating with Nazi and Fascist groups. Stephen Roth, executive director of the WJC European Division, presented a survey showing that most of the active neoNazis and Fascists throughout the world ar now between 30 and 40 years of age, rather than the older anti-Semites of the Hitler era. He said the greatest danger at the present time stemmed from right-wing extremists who do not espouse openly anti-Semitic programs. Such groups as the Amer ican Nazi party or the World Union of National Socialists, headquartered in London, are less dangerous than the more covert right-wing extremists groups, he asserted. Social Singles Dance A night club show and dancing to a live band are on the agenda for the B'nai B'rith Social Singles affair to be held Saturday at the Casablanca Hotel, beginning at 9 p.m. Proceeds are marked for organized charities serviceing all races and creeds. WCCHDS DOVER r. Yallon New Consul General : or Southeast U.S. Di Mntei nittu bites %  The i (m.i. trolii. |see .mi Yallon has been ap '-ui General for the Region of the United. -.on encompasses Floriisiana, Arkansas. Ala•issippi. Georgia. North I South Carolina and TenHeda)uartri of the consulate in Atlanta, and the Consul eneri and Mrs. Yallon will ive n Atlanta on Aug. 3. he ceec: Zev Dover, who has rernec -o Jerusalem. Off. SHIMON YAUON J)> Ur %  tent eonccr ts-. Israel Mis ber of Hand. Consul General has 81 .-tant director general of 1 Ministry of Develop the past seven years, ting his efforts on the Before, that, he was in economic counselor for ..lion has been a memVaal, Hadassah'i Helping many years. B'nai B'rith Card Party Mrs Morris Bernstein. 15804 NK 13th Ave.. sponsored a card • party for B'nai B'rith Women. Sunshine Chapter, last week in honor of her granddaughter's graduation from college. 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~age 8-A +Jenist flcriJiar; Friday, July 24. 1964 Nev^ Synagogue Welcomes Rabbi Weinschneider. Jacob C. Cohen, president and Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider, %  under Of the Kochaw M'Yaakov tVrmerly of Los Angeles and Chi-' immunity Synagogue, announces cago. and recently of Dallas. Tex.. c arrival of the spiritual leader arrived here Tuesday to occup> i i the new congregation. the pulpit of the new synagogue Rabbi Weinschneider is a grad 1 uale ol the world famous Yeshiva I NovordOCk, Poland He founded many Yeshivoth in Russia during and alter the revolution. In the U.S., his religious activities have been divided between the rabbinate and the practice of the shechita. For ten years, he was the Rabbi of the Home for the Aged in Oakland, Calif. Rabbi Weinschneider i> an oraicii and educator, as well as a cantor with a strong tenor voice. He arrived with hi.wife. Faigah who is in her own right a Hebraist and the daughter of the celebrated Rabbi Shmaryahu Weir rten, oi Lubavitch She is a direct ninth generation descendant of the Baal Shorn Tov. Rabbi Weinschneider will officiate with his son. Rabbi Sidney Weinschneider, of Dallas, grad uate of the Theological College of Chicago. The young Rabbi Weinschneider will officiate and deliver the sermons in English in the new synagogue. P48BI ABRAHAM WtlNSCHNVDtK Dr. Woltson in Talk Second lecture on 'Buddha and linoia" will be given by Dr. hraham Wolfson at the Spinoza Washington Federal auditorium. 34 Washington Ave.. on Thursdaj orning. Cohen, in his welcoming mesDURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A lismarckian iron fist and with o viud for mankind save for a %  articular Mgmenl <>: mankind. f this be • xtremism. he wants IS to know. Hen make the most %  I it; for it is extremism in the tame of liberty, And. echoing lie thought in San Francisco. ante Sen. .lohn Tower, of Texas, 0 make it all kosher: to challenge the "lunatic fringe" charge that the Republican nominee reprcsents "the international Jewish intrigue to lake over the world." Libertarians, t h e implication seems to he htre, do not think in such termThey oughtn't: Sen. Gdldwater is no Jew. As for the rest, his views and his philosophy. it's all true and blue and vintage. Now that toda) is here, can yesterdav be far behind'.' sage, said that "it is the purpose of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue to establish itself as a house of study and of prayer. Daily morning and evening services and daily adult educational courses will be offered." The BynagOgUe Will offer a com plete program of religious, cultural and familj counseling service. The synagogue "ill also publish a month!] bulletin and house a broadcasting station for the weekly Torah Societj ol the Air The Jacob C. Cohen Communitj Synagogue will hold itfir-t meet Asks U.S. Probe Of Arab Boycott Continued from Page 1-A tan Bank here said that, although Kuwait was a customer of the bank, no particularly large deposit had been expected, especially as much as S2UO.00O.0OO. The bank officials said the blacklisting of the institution by the Arab League's boycott office was "a nu-understanding.'' They said they were hopeful that the action would be rescinded soon. The Arab League's Commissioner-General for the anti-Israel boycott office was reported as saying in Damascus that the blacklisting of the Chase Manhattan B.'.nk would not go into effect for six months, to give Arab firms dealing with the bank time to set tie their financial affairs with it. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sobboffc 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Deoler GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc COMPLETE CONCERTS Boston Symphony Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. WVCG-FM 105.1 mc Physical fitness Program First session of the Surfside Physical Fitness Program for boy s •ras held last week at the Town Hail. According to Miss Gloria Miller, assistant director, next classes will be July 30. Aug. 13 and Aug 27 under the direction of Barnev Felix, instructor. RABBI MMIV WEINSCHNEIDER ing oi officers on Tuesday, Aug 11. at the synagogue, which inow open for High Holiday -eat reservationBoston Pops WVCG AM Saturdays 2:00 p.m. Em.nu.l Gordon 1877 1946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 A GOOD NAME IS MOUE TO BE TREASURED THAN GREAT RICHES. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKF GORDON JAMES B GORDON PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument lailders" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! SCHEDULED UNVEILINGS SUN0AY, JUIV 26, 1964 Ml. Sinai Cemetery SOI SHAFER. 11 a.m. Rdbbi \..'-:J.I Shapiro Mf. Nebo Cemetery CHARLES G. LEVINE 1 a.m. RJ>!>. Mo ion Malavsiy %  Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies' for Synagogues. Schools & Private Uss l:.8f. WASHINGTON AVE. Miami tieach — JE 8 38*0 SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct horn the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. AMERICAN ISRAELI $ RELIGIOUS STORE


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M. 1964 fJtwist thridficnn Page 9-*. h x d tous & ervi&ET Jltis l/Ueehend %  R1 Carlyle Ave. %  be Ever. %  ((lay tlni- las N ::" .i MI -eTH KOOC8H. 1101 SW 12th Ave. CWJtflT.'". R.ibDi Max Shaplre. UIMIr Fred Bernstein. 1 • n : lii p.m. "The I'urtion ot I.;I % %  in p.in. %  l'l if., i in I'laiikw." %  • ,BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W Die Hwy. Conservative. Rahbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. — • ;BETH RAPHAEL. 13" NW 3rd \VF. Oithooox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. a : BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky. — • BETH TORAH. '64th St. and NE 11th Ave. Conserv ltive. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. l-'l i III irday J:5 a.111 Xlltlonal BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 182rd St. Home Should be Free Of Ideals and Action Conflict •y RABBI SIMON APRIL Both Maahe Congiegation The Jewish educators ol today "e gfively concerned over the fficulty and ohstai 11 %  > uhich we icounter la attempting to transit for the LI:, 11 an,,11. in come ie precious heritage of cur Holy orah. Manx are the reasons iat combine to make this task most fpfHlidalile oni' The environmental factors and ie climate "l opinion arc by icmselves s ilficicntly burden>me to oven "ii 11 i h> will be mquered only if we apply every ounce of sincerity in our command. Our sages tell us that "Dvovim hayot/eim nun halciv. nechnosim el halciv — "Only .vords that come out from the ieepest recesses of cur heart can lave an opportunity to overcome Jie callousness and indifference which bar and lock the hearts of hMff.Tfhj"" iu beck to influence." If the preacher is to succeed in his preachments, and if the teacher itn tind success in his teachings, lie will lust need to apply Mni-eli diligently and practice aaascieiiliously the lessons %  "orah in every aspect of his lite. Indeed, the Torah speaks to us in the immortal words of OtaT Atost important prayer: "Veipyu.fiKjvoriin hoeilc asher Onochi mit/uveho hayom a I levovecod," Mr when these words will be %  I command thec this day Hiy heart" can we hope to Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. — • f LAGLER GHANAOA DO NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. l-'i i %  !;!> il :|u IKIII, Satin. I;i> s::ln a.m. Minolta 3:3(1 |i in. • — • FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetre* dr. Oithooox. Rabbi Alexander S. Grosa. • 1 HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shaniro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen — a KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abi.iham Seif. a MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Sti assfeld. .— a — MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modem Traditional. — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber, man. — • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi 2evi Greenwald. — • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. — a TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. — • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba.ungard. Cantor Charles Kodner. — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — a TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructiomst. Rabbi Morris SkoD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Arthu I Goldberg (riqht) has accepted chairmanship of the Board c Governors of the Jewish Theoloqical Seminarv of America H.; is shown with Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Semii ary at a special convocation last year when Dr. Finkelsteii conferred the honorary deqree of Doctor of Laws upon Juatice Goldberg, who succeeds the late Sen. Herbert H. Lehman to the Seminary post. Admits Beating Rabbi Lelyveld IIATTIKSBUKC. (JTA) — A RABBI SIMON APRIL the right path attain the most sought for objective of "veshinantom levonecho." Teaching our children and guiding them in the right path must begin with our own actions, for too long have American parents been satisfied to send thoir children to schools of learning where they imbibe instruction in Torahtrue nature only to find the opposite practiced in their homes. When children see a conflict between their parents' words and their own actions, they will instinctively copy the deed and ignore the instruction. Our generations are not hopeless, but their instruction should be no conflict with the behavior of their parents. white farmer has admitted that ', he and his uncle, now in a mental institution beat up Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld. of Cleveland, and two students working in the Negro voter registration drive here. 1'olice said they arrested the 32year-old farmer, Estcs Keyes, of Collins, charging him with assault and battery and intent to maim, and have issued a warrant for hiv I uncle's arrest. Keyes was released on $2,500 bail, pending action by the Forrest County grand jury, which meets Aug. 3. Two men jumped out of a truck | on a highway along which Rabbi Lelyveld was walking with the civil rights workers 10 days ago. They beat the rabbi with an iron bar, and he was hospitalized for a day. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly, wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stein-r. — • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. L'berai Rabbi Lion Krocuan. Cantor David Conviser. l-Yiiliiy v I.%  ..in I-ull.lt mil Ht, P lbnUtutini! r-i Uuhlil Ki ..inii. Ilabbl Irank Ii-. Ie r Si i m .n .1. ,. m ,,), the ri..|.ii. t. Sulurila; in r. ; m Cantor William UO.VHI, n ill nffi illUHlcnl |..rii..ii% %  ( ull HI VII-I-H .IIII inu Cain.ir Cunt i>i.i > ., I.-..%  ,, — a TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387 I NE W7th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitnun. Cantor Alex ander Cohen. — a TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. -• TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washin 0 ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. C intor Hirsh Adlar. %  l-'i i.la.v .i |i MI Katiinla.i :• a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave Liberal-Reform, Rabbi Morris Kip, per I'ri.lav t:13 pin. I"1111 >it silent, Richard I Hot'Wleh, •• 1 i"i nej • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abra. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and I Tatum Waterway. Modern Trjo tional. Raboi Euoene Labovit; Cantor Saul H Braeh. Sniiirdii.i s:41 a.in .-. rni T 1 'ail,. -1 Miiirn 111 It. for. 1 last n — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conseivat.v8755 SW '6tn St.. Miami. Rabi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levi — a TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabt Dai" M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gahi'i ila> %  %  n in it... nliK.-n.-i Itiihlil l..iw\ ivho i^ ..11 vaeatiun -, in. .11 OH I '.-'I. • i ..II•!'.;. l'"i I \\ ill I .!.' %  •: .1 l..\ S. tnlil.l !:|....II,. S. \ in, ,t Packard, It. lul ma > %  h...| 1.1. ii in. mini. 111 .1.1 thi T 1 —• TEMPLE T.FZRETH JACOB. 9 Flamingo Way. Conservative. • TEMPLE ZA MORA 44 Zarr.ora Av %  Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brcok Cantor Ben D.ckson. • TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th S Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wn man. 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' I Itmitt rtrrf-fi^r London C of C Asks Lord Mancroft's Resignation %  %  %  • i %  seed Ike Earl %  • | .. _.. • %  J-%.-h ph..a: • Uui %  •. ewatribotiou to and invwmenU Lore* Meiseroff.. m h cw front rHc L kMf< e Horwieh cevMd a sensation, in a --.• debate C**imn durino •>• Ootffli4Wmt, the Mar, robwkod the a* the Arab Itatos ltr*iMi| an this 1 ——I salesmen &f oread rtujadvisory last onrrfor cwlmmatirtf me House of Ma* Sir *:< Prime Min. ambassadors horo for inissue. Covet the time Conservative Unit Meets for Confab In Mexico City Continued from Paoe 1-A this attttvdc because it we* tfoomad to failure and, oven more important, because it i$ tho obligation of the Jewish community not to escape from the world b-jt to persuade the • or'd "We have mcch to learn from rVestern culture *ni much to t*cn it." he stressed • I. I the • : Wat n ,ri hii .'port to %  hiadariai lion emphaataed that r-'iucation III :.r;. r eed of .(. eommunitiei throughout the world He pledged that the World I i I would eontinoe to iddreu it isk of providing e rational facilities, including lead ;, training, 10 that all Je i i h conmunitiei could better underttand tfa Isli n< ritage i.nf Toronto. Canada who uelcomed the 3M delegatea from countries around the world The closing held on Vredneadaj ROOF LEAK? virroit row Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^s* AIMK • ^ I.OOIIX. 685-1952 eeehmd Ma* oopovon e to* PC.ccp-.=.••' |.e-o ~> %  MIAMI SIACn A... %  i • .•.lkl 'I nj



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i B'rith Women's national art competition winner, Mrs. (Grossberg, of Washington, D.C.. studies her oil still life, Geianium," alter it placed "Best in Show." Awarded lOO prize in the second annual national B'nai B'rith Wornfonte-.t for its excellent technique, style and design, the tq is on display with other winning entries in the KlutzIxh.bit Hall of the B'nai B'rith Building in Washington D.C. 4 ^m *s m _. ~ ^^ ^M. K^r m to m W 1 ^^^ "*' ^r mjfc fe^lwpr # ^^ lPk'' x mt ^9Mf T?\2 % ^^£2 1 [year-old Nora Andrea is shown back in the arms of her ;r for the first time since early infancy after she journey>m Hungary to the John F. Kennedy Airport with United Service assistance. Mrs. Albert Speed, president of the jwide Jewish miqration agency's Women's. Division, \s the happily-reunited mother and child. Later, Nora and lother, Mrs. Marianne Kay, who has been living in Chisince migrating to the United States, hod a chance to know each other aqain on the plane that brought them The Jewish community agencies of Chicago are helpIhem in their new life together. V' n J bv ISABEL GROVE 4.UU, oman s UJor/cf ^Jewish Floridiao Miami. Florida, Friday, July 24, 1964 Seel c Claire Goldhagen in Top Award Mis> Claire Harriet Coldhagen v ;in.ime i "Treasurer <>i the VearJ' at the recent Junior Achievement banquet in the Du pont Plaza Hotel. The 18-year-old represented Junior Achievement First Cordial Hank, sponsored by Boulevard \a tional Hank Of Miami later this summer, she will participate in National .1 u n i 0 r Achievement Week on the Indiana University campus, competing with students from all over the country Her trip is. being subsidized by the National Association of Accountants. South Florida Chapter. A 1964 graduate Of Miami High, Miss Goldhagen also won the National Horace Moses Scholarship, and placed in the "Secretary of the Year" and "Mist Junior Achievement" competitions. Intable whirlwind of pre|al parties for Sheila Reiter i d Helman, H ho w ill be jd in wedlock on Saturday I Si irted in the spring when bride-to-be, daughter of Mr Mrs. Victor Reiter. was guest or at a delightful party 'i by Mrs \hu rue Green"I Coral Cables, ana also %  ial gathering planned by |n ut Grove's Mrs Joseph sin The pace quickened [week preceding the nuptials a beautiful luncheon on the co-hosted bj Mrs Louis s. ot New York, and her |htcr-in-law, Mrs. Sherwin in the latin's Hay Shore lie members of the clique p Monday as their "night to with a stag dinner at tho Restaurant On Titesrelatives and out of-towners entertained by Mrs. Rob•sen and Mrs. Joseph Klein, honored the future Mrs. p.in at a luncheon reception lie Beefeater Restaurant Ir a change ot pace, the bridouple, members ol the wedparty ami visitors were s at an informal swim parDund the pool of Gary RovBiome in tin Gables The f\.iiM morning, again in C.G 5s a coffee for Sheila with Dorothy McDonald in the of hostess Late that evening. Mr and Mrs. Max |ter invited the immediate tii a cocktail and dinner party in II i la Blvd. home %  it was farewell, boj voyage and happy landings to Mrs. Hen rj Levy just before she and her husband left last week for a four week tour of the Continent Luncheon hostess was Mrs Louis Pilzer, who entertained Mrs. Levy and L'II friends at her Surfside home. "815 Noremac Among guests alternately offering "Goodspeed" and "hurry I BCk"—Mrs. Fred Levy. Mrs. Stanford Pilzer, Mrs. lla-kell Bratter, Mrs Joe Small. Mrs. Laurence V.'eslon. Mrs. Sol Rosenkrans, Mrs. Hy Weiss and Mis Bennett Sllverman Vacation in New York for Belle and Dr. Irving Lehrman. who are joining sightseers from every where at the Fair, with the Broadway shows coming in for their share of attention They'll be back from the month long holiday early in August. • Luncheon given by Iteyna i Mrs Alexander) Youngerman in her Miami Beach home recent ly honored her sister. Mrs, Mar ion Robbins. who's leaving soon for her former hometown. New Haven. Conn. where she will marry Daniel WeinsteiO of that city m the fall Guests at the gay gathering, Mrs. Charles Herney, Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Mrs. Isadora Janshaw. Mrs. Albert Daughter ol Mr and Mrs. J -cph M. Goldhagen, 3131 SW 7th v granddaughter of long tii tnian Benjamin Goldhagi i, she plans to enter the Univers tj ol Florida in September. MISS ClAiRt COlDHAGeN Luau Swim Party Planned Luau swim party is being pi lied by Flamingo Chapter, B'i'.ai B'rith Women, for Saturday evening. Aug. 8, beginning at 7:30 p.m. To be held at the Sun Deck Motel. 1G295 Biscayne Blvd.. transportation will be available lot those who wi.-h it. 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July 24. 1964 +Jm*istincrktian Pcge 3-B -r-.-* s <** **W; %  *v i^s*. t-~ )t the late Louis Lipsky is presented to the It Archives and Library on the first anniof h's death. Harry Scherman (right), lent of the Book-of-the Month Club, an infriend <"f Mr. Lipsky, presents the bronze tuie of the noted Zionist leader to the JewLqency-American Section. Left to right )r. Nahuni Goldmann, president of the Zionist Organization; Mrs. Rose Halprin, chairman of the Jewish Agency-American Section, who accepted the gift; Robert Berks, sculptor, whose head of President Kennedy has just been purchased for the permanent collection of the Huntinglon Hartford Gallery of Modern Art; and Scherman. A second head will also be given to the Jewish Agency for permanent display in Israel. oc la lite ... b\f Isabel \^j %  ntmued from Page IB pnee) Pick, plus former llavenitcs. Mrs. Manuel off. Mrs. Edna Ch-auaar and Mildred Bailey Every[interested in Reyna's detion of daughter Marianne's pier trip The Dade Counchnnl teacher, with friends Kramer and Carol Ger if, doing intensive siphtseeWashington, DC, then in York with emphasis on the Later, the girls will rate, and Marianne will hie ew Haven, the city which ed so prominently in the •nation all afternoon, to tier many friends and relathere Expected home tune in August. icheon and dinner parties for the Messes. Carolyn David, and her mother. ^e (Mrs. Abe) Katz, leaving on a globe-circling journey WANTID: less Woman to Share 2 Bedroom Apt. Itekly. On Bui Line. All Cenven, Malawi A.M. -11 A.M. Ruth HI 5-2746 WANTED MEN EXPERIENCED IN OPER| OF MEN'S COATS. SUevv-making tiling 3 lo 4 hours pr dy Call 371-2668 TLEMAN WITH HOUSE ke to shore with couple or anlingle gentleman. Centrally lo. near synagogue. Very low renrioht people. Sail evenings after 5 P.M. "i, 3160 SW 23rd Ter., Miami MRS. DAVID HESS Among friends entertaining for them. Mrs. Milton Werner, host at a Jardin Suisse luncheon, with the Lombardy the setting for Mrs. Florence Rudnick's social .. Joining the travelers for the trip through the Orient, son Jay Bruce Hess Last stop lor him will be Manila, where he'll be returning to medical school Future doctor was first American to be invited into the Philippine honorary medical fraternity Rest of the party will continue through Europe, cross the Atlantic to New York and the Fair before touching home base again. Anne (Mrs. Morris) Alpert, of No. Bay Village, now in her hometown, Springfield. Mass., planning the finishing touches to the pre nuptial luncheon for 100 guests she is tendering granddaughter Judith Cold ... To be held at the Mountain Laurel Restaurant in AT AUCTION 1474 PRIME ACRES 15 PARCELS TRACTS OF 5 TO 300 ACRES • TERMS • JULY 29, WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. JLES E. OF LAKE WALES, FLA. ON STATE R0. 60 THIS LAND MUST SOLD POIK COUNTY CITRUS CENTER OF THE WORLD, WHERE GROVES HAVE NEVER BEEN SERIOUSLY EFFECTED BY FROST. fc>0R BROCHURE AND FREE TRANSPORTATION TO SALE CONTACT COL. J. WILLIAM HATFIELD REGISTERED R.E. BROKER AUCTIONEER 132 ARAGON • CORAL GABLES, FLA. Phone 373-2231 25 YEARS SELLING AT AUCTION rove Thompsonville. Conn., the decor of the Tuesday social will be carried out in yellow with gold tulle, miniature oranges, floral arrange ments and white doves Anne's is an experienced hand at making these affairs attractive, this being the third for a granddaughter Most recent done in pink last month for Fredcll Nussbaum. June bride of James Goodkin The newlyweds. just returned from Paris, are getting settled in their Coral Gables apartment Bride-to-be Judith is a graduate of the University of Miami, where her bridegroom. Norman Enteen, a local educator, plans to do his postgraduate work Following their marriage on the 26th at Sinai Temple in Springfield, the couple will live in Miami. i "Music to the ears" is the way Shoshannah Spector describes the sound of Hebrew heard in every coiner of the Holy Land .. Israeli-born Mrs. Spector, on the faculty of the Hebrew Academy since she came to this country ten years ago. is spending the summer studying at Hebrew V in her native land Lively foursome when the Milton H. (Lila) Nadels entertained newlywedded Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kutner at dinner in the Gaucho Room of the Americanna Much table talk about the Aug. 10 jaunt to Islamorada for the Nadels and their four, Maria Helen 2. Ronald 6. Bonnie 9, and outstanding athlete Jeffrey 11, who recently made All Star with Tropical Park Khoury Baseball League Later in the summer, it will be a combination business and pleasure trip, "a deux," for the Nadels Milton, who'l manager of the Eddie Harth Men's Shop, will be interested in what Manhattan is showing this year for the snappy male dresser, and Lila, New York City born and bred, is excited about her first visit back since 1948. • • A. Finley Binder, of Tel Aviv, in Miami this week visiting his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Murray (Rtrttr)" Kaufman, of 1491 Lincoln Ter. While here, he was entertained by his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Shochet, and brother-in-law, Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish FJoridian Among others entertaining for him, Mr and Mrs. Herman Blumenkranz and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand Binder now on his way up the East Coast through Baltimore. Washington, DC, and New York The Glover household not lacking spiritual guidance this month On Monday, Mrs. Glover's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Ekcziel Landau, arrived for a visit Dr. Landau is spiritual leader of United Hias Service and Congregation Beth Israel in New York City Early next month, the Glovers are expecting her brother. Rabbi Sol Landau, and his wife, Gabriels, with their children. Ezra 10, and Tamara 3 Co rabbi of Park Syria ROgue, Cleveland. O.. Rabbi Landau is author of "Christian-Jewish Relations" and "Length of our Days." The Louis Baidas spending two weeks at the El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico so that Anna will be surrounded by exotic scenery while recuperating from recent surgery "Gettingaway-fromit-all" for Selma and Murray Turetsky meant leaving the children at home during their two weeks down Mexico Way for fun and sightseeing A month long motor trip through New York. New Jersey and Pennsylvia for Mrs. Miriam Mandel and her two, Sheri-Jo and Eilene Had relatives and friends to see in almost every place they stopped, but holiday time is over and they'll be home this weekend. Dentists Planning! Summer Clinic For July 30 Greater Miami Chapter of Alp! Omega Dental Fraternity wi ils annual summer table program at the Columbus Hotel Thursday, July 30, at 8 p.m. Subjects presented will > pass all phases of dentistry. Members participating are Di .Milton Lubarr. .Morton Reiss, W liam Silver. Richard Deutsch. Bt tram Goodhnrt. Alan Stoler, Gerald Wernick. Edward Swig. I-.. Weinsteio and Arnold Manni> President of the local or., tion is Dr. 'Iliot Gordon. chairman of the clinic is Dr i aid Wernick. Holiday Package At the Lombardy Abe Getter and his asso Sol Weiss, ol Sand-Ell K Caterers, announce that the will operate the Lombard} and are offering patrons a 6JH ial package deal during the ; Holiday. Included arc luxurious hot room at the Lombardy. meals, including kiddush r. and a well-known cantor ducting religious services c-i U premises. Gefter has been operating ocea! Iron! kosher hotels and offtr.i holiday package deals for the pi 20 years. Weiss has been catering kosbi • meals to individuals and gro for the past few years in Min Beach. 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Page 4-B fJenisii thrkttan Friday, J^... Pa J Before their children went off to summer camp. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Katzen. 6320 SW 62nd Ter., posed with (left to right; Lynn Beth, David Edward and Bruce Alan. Katzen is vice president of Norton Tire Company, on* of the nation's largest B.F.Goodrich dealers. He has been associated with Norton Tire since 1954 and is grand master of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge. The Jewish Agency for Israel is given a citat;on "for 35 years of service and devotion to the ideal of a Jewish homeland" on the occasion of :ts 35th anniversary at the annual luncheon cf the Social Service Division of the United Jewish Appeal of Grecier New York. Mrs. Rose L. Halprin. chairman of the Jewisn Agency-American Section, accepts the testimonial plaque from Monroe Goldwater, president of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. DPhiEps Plan Convention Here Opening Aug. 24 Committee tr the Delta 1'hi Epsilon Convention mel .it the hum.of the chairman, Mrs. Ethd Chisling to discuss final plans lor the convention at the Fontaine Meat! Hotel from Aug. 24 to 28. Alumnae "f the sorority, no matter what campus thus attended, arc being invited to participate in the convention. In charge of information is Mrs. Cecilia (Joseph 1 Shopiro, of Miami Beach, convention co-chairman At the convention, the opening dinner will be preceded by a reception honoring Omega Chapter and its 25th anniversary on the University of Miami campus Committee is composed of Mcsdames Chisling. Shopiro. Leonard Kriedland. Wilbur Wishner. Stanley Lester. J William BaroJr. Ernest Harris, and Marvin B Guberman President of the Greater Miami Alumnae Association, Mrs. 'klith Elson. will also be present Wednesday afternoon. Any. 26. the convention will sponsor the National Panhellenic Luncheon. Dade Rep. .Mary Ann McKcnzie will be guest speaker. On Saturday evening, Aug. 27, the formal awards banquet "ill be held with Dean May B Brun-on as guest speaker. Theatre Chain Has Anniversary Florida State Theatres are celebrating their 50th anniversar) during the 196445 fall and winter son. In connection with the celebration. Florida State has announced the continuil -ram of providing among the finest in motion picture entertainment in up-to-the-minute facilities During 1964. Florida State TheaI instructed and opened new theatrein Fort Lauderdale, South Miami and Orlando, and in keep ins. uii): the expanding communities they an serving, they are now structing new theatres m Hollywood and Sarasota Further plans are presently being dr. to provide new modern theatres for the expanding communities Fort Myerv >t Petersburg Gainesville, Daytona and other Florida cities. Beth David Couples Active Summer activities of the Beth David Young Married Couples during July included a swim part) attended by Mr. and MrFred Chekanow. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen. Mr and Mrs Bernard Goldenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Levine. Mr and Mrs Herman Schlussel. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Spector Monthly coffee on July 15 was held at the home of Dr and Mrs Joseph Singer For Very Special Occasions... 3&ti)(omat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Clnb, yours exclusively for weddings, partiea or apecial dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For rcerwrionj call 94 5-9571 ,„ UkmH or WA 3-8111 m Hollvtirood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA Dr. Jonas Salk. polio vaccine developer, points c_ •--. tion progress on laboratories at the new Salk Ins!;:. .^ logical Studies in San Diego, Calif., to Judith S tional president of B'nai B'rith Girls of the B'naj Organization. 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ridoy..H 24. 1954 ^•Jenlst ftoridlian Page 5-B ... ^Z^TOOut jiCOpU an j.n aces h\Y SON THE GOVERNOR Irma and her liu-band. Dr. George Lister, were calmly walchinn television when they got a long distance eail lroni their .son. George Jr., in Tallahassee lie was attending a week ol mock legislative sessions with government officials at Boys Slate sponsored by the American Legion. They weren't cairn longer when they heard the news lie had just oeen elected governor. Irma and George took the early plane and arrived in time to suprise their >on as he was taking the oath of office. • THK M AND MS MelvinHecht. whose engagement to Marcia Sobel haa just been announced, says that from now On, no doubt he and Marcia will be known as the M and Ms. Lil and Paul Sobel had a family dinner at the Sterling Hotel in honor of the engagement of their daughter. The intimate family group included the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Schlossberg. Dr. and Mrs. Hy Hecht. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinberg, Mrs. Reba Field and Helen Sobel. A big engagement cake saying, "Best Wishes and Love to Marcia and Mel. expressed everyone's feeling. • TO SEE WHAT THEY COULD SEE Natalie and Melvyn Krumkes with daughter SherrJ left in their brand new Chevrolet to see the U.S.A. First they went to Washington to visit aD places of historic interest, including Arlington Cemetery. On to New York, where tickets for five shows awaited them. Sherri flew back to Miami, and Natalie and Mel drove to Ashevillc. N.C where they are second honeymooning at the Grove Park Inn. • << IN THE GARDEN Lili (Mr.Joseph i Duntov has company Lesley (Mrs Maurice) Lev is visiting with her children, Peter Itenjamin and Bonita Jane. They left Dr, Lev at home in Chicago, being very busy as usual as director of research of the Congential Heart and Training Center in the Hekton Institute Sunday night supper in the DuntOV garden was tops in comestibles, as well as conversatmn Lesley, who is "veclcly" in British, made an English trifle that was out of this world. Mrs Aida Novela, formerly trom Havana, made her specialty, a delicious Cuban flam. Much talk was exchanged among Mrs. Novel*, Anna Brenner Meyers and her husband. Ben. At the same table were Mr. and Mrs Jasha? Fischermaii F.sther and Sidney Schwartz were tatting to Olga Priluchi whose husband. Alexander, couldn't join the party because he had to be at the Bloch Auditorium early, where he is concertmaster for the "Pops" concerts. Eve Sermoneta was there, too, full of the course she is taking at the University of Miami, a slight change from teaching high school in Jacksonville. Ann (Mrs. Max) Resnick, smart in a black and white outfit, dropped in later. The Levs and Lili Duntov are delightfully anticipating a drive to Sanibel Island to go shelling. NEWS ABOUT THIS AND THAT Minnie Feinberg writes from Israel that she dunked her toes in the River Jordan. At the ZOA House in Tel Aviv, she watched Irving Firtel. of Miami Beach, who was guest of honor for the day, give the blessing Estelle and Bill Brenner's daughter Liz. now Mrs. J. Patterson Drew, senior writer for the Congressional Quarterly in Washington, DC. is the proud recipient of one of President Lyndon Johnson's pens. Liz stood right next to him when he signed the Civil Rights Bill. He handed her the second pen. A HAPPY HOUR Many happy hours are spent out in Miami ] Shores, but this particular "Happy Hour" was given by Del (Mrs. Raymond) Rubin as a farewell party for Gladys (Mrs. Myron) Cowan, who is going to Europe with her two daughters and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lavigne. Among guests were Peggy (Mrs. Stuart) Gordon. Marcclla Hofmaycr, Jean (Mrs. Alan) Kahn, Esther (Mrs. Albert) Green, Joan (Mrs William 1 Lehman and Lois (Mrs. Irv) Beinhorn. The girls gave Del a grand welcome back into the fold. Two years as president of any organization takes two years of chitchat away, no matter what the Nominating Committee chairman says Del has been president of Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, for the past two years. COME AS YOU ARE Eleven o'clock at night. Florence Cooper man sat down and called her friends to come to dinner Saturday night "dressed just as you are." Her own husband was in the shower while she phoned. Lots of the other guests were too. because Joan and Jerry Union and Fran and Joe Gardner came draped in towels. Audrey and Leon I'nger were in pajamas ready for bed, as were Shirley and Marv Rauzin. Joni and Stanley Tate were in slacks, but Janice and Nat Lee were all dressed up. They were on their way out when Florence called. Everyone brought a bathing suit to go swimming. Dinner was served on the patio around the pool. —FRANCES LEHMAN Cantor Feldman At Or Olom Temple Or Olom, 8755 SW 16th St., will introduce its new cantor, Nico Feldman, at the annual membership dance Saturday evening in the Temple auditorium. Cantor Feldman, a native of Turnu Severin, Rumania, has served as cantor in Paris, France, and in Israel. Since coming to the United States, he has conducted services in Pennsylvania. Massachusetts and New York. Trained originally for the opera. Cantor Feldman has been singing in the religious field for only a few years. Cantor Feldman is a graduate of the Italian Academy of Music". He became first tenor with the Tel Aviv Opera Company in Israel and remained for eight seasons, singing leads in over 50 major parts in the French and Italian repertories. He has performed over BBC in London on both radio and television, as well as in Fiance. North Africa, Spain, Portugal, and South America. 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POM S-B •rJeniit fkridOOir Friday, J u l y 24 Pa J WOMAN OF THE WEEK In htr high school Year Book hack in Philadelphia vhtre Joan Baron was born and raised, the caption read. "She's going to teach her own children ." Although Joan ent to the I niversity of Pennsylvania to study elementary education, -he didn't use her knowledge to teach In tact, college was merely a .-top gap until the time was right for her marriage to Louis, whom she had known tor yean. As an only child. Joi childhood was influenced by the kind of life her parents led; the) were always interested in charity and organizations. Her father was president of the Masonic League of America. When son Randy was two months old. the Barons moved to Miami, where Wendy was born. since Joan had been active in Junior ORT. it was only natural that she should join Women's American ORT here. She was president of the Southeastern Florida Region. Since she herself feels so strongly the need for education, and since ORT iworldwide, teaching modern -kills to build and rebuild human lives, the organization appealed to her from the start. For the last six years. ORT has taken up all of her time, itfa the exception ol working for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Realizing how much community welfare depends upon omen. Joan has made a promise to herself to organize ORT work so that .-he can participate more fully in community affairs. When Joan -ayshe's going to do tmetbing, it is as good as done. One of her hobbies is Orking with flowers She has taken several courses, C tiding one from Pansy Flaum. U|U | at Lindsay Hopkins Vocational School She has spent hours around flow er shops. She takes arrangements apart and finds out \.hat makethem stay together. Her specialty, besides floral arrangements, is making those gorgeou* trees for Norman Klein She remembers >nce making a hundred cor-ages for ORT. but with the current membership, a hundred corsages wouldn't even be a drop in the bucket Cooking is also one of Joan's favorite indoor hobbies, but she only likes to cook when there's I big gang to cook for She has been collecting Royal Vienna plates for years. The whole family likes, the sam" things, flower shows, antique shows and working on their coin collection together. Because the children wanted a dog. Toby, a white French pcodle. became part of the household. Now Toby •ears to bl mother.dog instead ol the children's. In addition, Joan raised parakeetat one time for her father. she's an expert With he, pleasant smile. Joan said. "1 nk that I am the best pool car driver in these parts loan dot a lot of "best" other activities, too, — t Waxmun Vows In Rabbi's Study lormer MrHarriet Kon ..-:•' and Gilbert Waxman were i on Thursday. July 16. in %  I Joseph Narot's study at %  • ttple Israel. Both active in civic and philan• tic affairs of the area for years, the DOW Mrs. Waxia member of the Shore I nit of the Cancer Society, and her husband serves on the board of the Civic League and of Temple Israel. The couple will take an extend ed honeymoon cruise in the fall. Mr. Waxman and his bride are living at 920 No. Shore Dr. CATERING! \J&6vdj (ft>CifiG M POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT k NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CATERED AFFAIRS k OUR TROPICAL GARDENS & PRIVATI DINING AREAS r PERSONALIZED CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS FROM 20 TO 200 \c PARTIES PLANNED TO FIT YOUR BUDGET CALL JOI CASS MIAMI 945-6457 BROWARD 923-2421 Jaaj SoyHi Of Hollywood Biuorne Boulcvorrf I. Hollondok On U.S. 1 ... 1 Mile North of Gulht.cxn* P., Zide, Rudes Exchange Vows Marilyn Joy Rudes and Nelson Robc:t Zide were married Sunday. July 1!. in a candlelight, double ring ceremonj at the Seville Hotel The bride is the daughter of Mr and MrManuel Rude-. 6120 Twin Lakes Dr. and granddaughter ol Mrs, Lena Rosen and the late Alexander Rosen. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Zide, 6400 Miller Dr. Fur her wedding, the bride chose a floor length -heath of peau de soie. The fitted bodice had .i yoke of alencon laee at the boat neckline. and lace appliques trimmed the long pointed sleeves. 1 he bottom of the slim skirt was encircled by an overlay of lace, and the full detachable tram was held in place by a flat tailored bow. The imported lace headpiece AHDRtA KAUfMANH James Daniels Will Wed Miss Miss Kaufmann To Wed in Fall Mr. and Mrs Louis K | Marseilles Dr announce ,1* gagemenl ol then.Ui^ ] drca Lee Kaufmann. to Grevtor, son ol Mr and Nathan Grevtor, Tiltoi \ u The bride-elect is .11964 uate. with honors. 0 f Beach High, where he e president ol the Opt M .' there. As a representative oh c .ill), -he \> anani.-ii Florida! Miss "i the Year and also ol Opti Mi-She ; the School of Me heal Techs in Concord, N 11 Mr. Grevtor 1an ilumoaj] Tilton Academy The engaged coui l< married on Oct. 10 al tl Hotel. of Miami Beach Alice Jarman W n< 1 Ku ini MKS. NUSON 1IDI held the four tiered fingertip lllu-ion veil. She carried a cascade of white orchids and stephanotis on a white bridal Bible Mrs. Arnold Kaye and Linda Mandel were matron and maid ol honor Joanne Ross and Ifona Beth Alt man served as brides maids Alicia Rosen and Cheryl Kaye were flower girls. The bride's -ister and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Altman, were escorts to the bridal part) Stuart Lieberman was best man Barry Rudes. brother of the bride. Joel Kutnik and Nolan Atlm.in ushered Serving as ring bearer was Charles Cullotto. The bride ia graduate of Coral GaUea High, and attended Dacle County Junior College and the Iniversity of Miami. 1 The groom graduated from Miami Senior High and the I'm versity of Miami, where he was president of Caviliars and a member of Phi Eta Sigma. At present, he is a junior at the University of Miami School of Medicine and a member of l'hi Delta Epsilon and Student American Medical Association. On their return from a hone) moon in Nassau, the newlyweds will live in Coral Gables A September wedding 1planned int'.ecu .lameFlint Daniels, Miami Beach, and Miss Alice Ann Jarman, ol West port, 'nun. He is the son of Alfred II Dan iels, president ol Burdine's and \ cc president ol Feden ted De partment Stores, Inc and Ada M Dameiol Ne York His fiance 1the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Rufus E. Jarman Mr Jarman 1a writer The groom to-be graduated cum laude from Harvard College class ol 1J62. and now attendHarvard Law School. His pro pective bride 1also .1 rei enl graduate, cum laude. of Wheaton College in Norton, Mass Miss Warshaw To Wed Attorney Mr. and MrPhilip R Warshaw, ot 422 S.W. 25th Rd are announcing the engagement of thendaughter, Staci, to bhepard P Lesser, sun .it Mr. and Mrs Joseph I esser ot Weal Palm Beach. Both families are long time residentol Florida. An alumna ol Miami Beach High, where .-he was president of rhespians, the bride elect attend the L'niversit) ol Florida gradted from the University of Miami and inow teaching in Miami A member ol Florida Players, she has appeared in set eral theatrical presentations, ami served asecretary and ritualist i Alpha Epsilon Phi, social sor 1 it) Her fiance 1a cum laude graduate Of the Iniversity ,>f Florida and received an LLB degree from the universit) t law school He served apresident ol Men's Council and of Tan Kappa Alpha. honorary forensic society Fraternities he holdmembership in include Tan Fpsilon Phi. social, Phi Beta Kappa, honorary, and Phi Alpha Delta, honorary legal Now practising law with his father in West Palm Beach. Mr Le.-ser is active in the commun Ity's civic atfairA wedding In August is being planned i MISS JAUt SANDY GO0DMM Jane Goodman Going to Camp 1 At Tel Yehuda Mr and Mrs Ira 1. North Miami Beach. ;• bon voyage barbeci daughter. Jane Ranch -m-1 leaving for a month Ol .URI'.B lamp Tel Yehuda in t r a year in Israe Rand) 1a graduab brew Academy in -hin.a" D.C.. Bias Yaakox for Girls in Baltimoi Md *j Miami Norland Seniol hi 11 Her -.ear m Israel five monthol rej study in Jerusalem. <"'< -pent on a mosha\. on a kibbutz and < tour of Europe. Rand) hope* er to continue her studies at %  College in New York Linda Miller and Sti both of Miami, will join Ras4f| her trip to Israel s| Young Judaea Tifereth Jacob Swim Party Temple Tifereth Jacob 1sponsoring a swim party and wiener roast at the Harold Kravitl i>ool and patio. 254 E. 5th St Hialeah. on Saturday, Aug. 1 at H p.m. An old-fashioned bathing -int contest. prizes and entertainment will be included Temple Sinai Dinner Dance Temple Sinai of North Dado will hold an installation dinner dance and show at the Balmoral Hotel in Bal Harbour on Aug. 29. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTKAaiMG • HPAIKING S,i B O.d. Covnty Ov., 2J y, t „ Mill* 14th ST. 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idcry, July 24, 1964 fJenisf FI-crBdHiaiin Page 7-B c/, ctryninglvj T"7 yours, h PP 'A^IANY times during the year, r !" i often wonder what to Be.*?' r a particular social tune H>n From the casual evening at ftmi e's home to the luncheons ^d evening affairs sponsored by organization, dozens of readhave called to ask what to ^ftai ir a gathering. The prob^ %  n is \ en more perplexing when ^ftu srj not a member of the in.. ing group and don't know i ..in how the women there JjHub Loring always pre) underdresa rather than i • -v and simplicity is her i When the invitation t< that Hack tie is optional, ises a gown, since in her n. gowns art elegant, lovely. d ainine, At luncheons or at ..ire. one sees everything i! ittons to cocktail suits, but ring teels correct in either a s: r linen sheath. Necklines •re finitely plunging this Has but Mrs. Loring feels that y ci %  ••age should be saved for OJ^o;rnial oci IS. Leonard Davidson evalu i.es first where she is going. '.derplays the dress she se For the dinner dance. rthere is an orchestra, she to go all the way. with boutgowns and decolletAge, but 1 •• daytime card party or Bl Oil, she doesn't think there li ae y>o much exposure. nally from Chicago, she i daytime social functions reI ( a hat and gloves. And ;n Miami, she declares :i a uniform with me."' The i polltan type of dress is her %  < she like-; to dress, and D care for many casual • "This i strictly my own Mrs Davidson declared, U (led that I like to see oth i %  --cd anil icels the same v hen competition is good. it makes everyone more styleconscious." Wearing the proper attire gives a feeling of additional poise and makes the woman more charming and attractive, in her view. Mrs. Joseph Reisman has a few basic stand bys and never teels out of place. The sheath, pearls, and earrings take her almost everywhere. The even ing at a friend's home, when you are in doubt whether to wear a dress or slacks, is no problem to her. She always wears a dress, Silk sheaths are her favorite, and sometimes a silk linen. The basic black is an old stand-by. as well, although she recently bought a shocking pink silk. THE decision as to whether to wear a cocktail dress or a gown poses no problem to Mrs. Reisman. Her choice is the cocktail dress When the invitation calls for black tie. she knows to wear a gown. Her husband likes to see her dress lormally and encourages her to. but she prefers to be underdressed. She leans toward the cocktail dress so that she doesn't have to worry about being one ot the few in a gown. When invited to someone's home for the evening, she thinks that it is the obligation of the hostess to advise her guests about attire—from the casual affair to the more elegant party. When guests arrive and are correctly dressed, they feel "in place" and are more comfortable. This makes for a more pleasant evening for all. Having spent a great deal of time in Richmond and Atlanta. Mrs. Reisman still isn't accustomed to the casual dress ol Miamians. In those southern Cities, you just don't wear slacks; you always wear a dress—even to visit and sit and chat. Temple Beth Sholom's Auditorium is turned into a combination blood donor center and restaurant as the Temple's Brotherhood launches the Beth Sholom Blood Bank. Dr. Mark Cirlin, director ol blood procurement at Mt. Sinai Hospital, his assistants and technicians conduct the operation as the Brotherhood provides a hearty breakfast for everyone who donates blood. Standing are Jack Shapiro, Brotherhood president, hospital technician. Dr. Cirlin, Harvey E. Kramer, Paul Stern. Mrs. Paul Stem. Mn.. Manuel Luck and Philip Davis. Harold Granoff, chairman of the Brotherhood's Blood Bank is not shown. 2,500 Attend Independence Day Rally on Miami Beach Independence Day rally on July 4 at the Miami Beach Auditorium, presented by Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge and sponsored by Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn., attracted over 2,500. Joseph L. Goodman chaired the evening and acted as master of ceremonies. The music was furnished by the Musician's Union Local l>55, with Miss Billie O'Day, conductor. Color guard was presented by Jewish War Veterans. Miami Beach Post 330. and the Star Spangled Banner was sung by Joseph Malek. Invocation was given by Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El. Addresses were given by Mayor Melvin Richard, of Miami Beach. Circuit Judge Henry Balaban. Rev. Edward T. Graham, of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, and the principal address on the "The Mature American.'* was delivered by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, dean of the University College. University of Miami. Irving Shatzman. honorary life president of the lodge, presented ode Federal omotes Two .-(•(,". M. Lipton. president, e Federal Savings and Loan ciation, announced this week election of Richard Gardinier, aisal section ol the mortgage art : ent, to assistant vice prest ; nd Mrs. Jean Burbage. of api ..cation section of the mort; nepartment. to assistant et;. ^ %  arrt nier lives in Miami Springs ind hi been with Dade Federal Ic Ji-54. rs. Burbage lives in Opalocka hiu been a Dade Federal eme since 19^V THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED WEEDS fOK ITS THRIFT SHOP 411 Your furniture. ClofMna, limens, Disket, Drapes, ffe. F1EASF CAU US FOR PICK UP [THE JEWISH HOME FOR (THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 73GO N.W 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Fraternity Finalizes Plans Greater Miami Chapter of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity Alumni met this week at the Miami Playboy Club to finalize plans for the organization's national convention opening Sept. 2 at the Eden Roc Hotel on Miami Beach. Miami Beach Summer Pops Conductor Barnett Brceskin was guest speaker at the meeting. Alan Fiske is program chairman for the local alumni chapter. Miamian Wins Award Bernard Rapoport. president of American Income Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis, Ind.. has selected Sid Jacobs, of South Miami, as a 'Leader of the Year'' award winne.-. Jacobs will attend the annual Leaders' Conference to be held July 2-S through 27 in Gulfport. Miss. He ranks first among the top 20 producers in the company's ,">00 man field force. "•vv "V^*^^-\^-%^^^^V Temple lion Sisterhood There will be a show and dancing at the Temple Zion Sisterhood "Gala Cabaret Night" on Saturday at the Carillon Hotel. Reservations are being accepted by Mrs. Sidney Goldbaum and .Airs Otto Hyman. >. 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— ?=ga 8-B vjewist fkridUam Friday. July 24. 1964 Pc J By EDYTHE SCHINDLER The Whole Wide World is His Classroom u Oh. he comes from Alabama You can tell n by his styledrawl, strut, rosecolored glMSM gather your pleasures while ou may, and dignity and right ill out so no pushing now. "Alabama Bill" is his name, hat's how the salesmen and i jstomers on his used car lots now him. and there's no high owered hawking, and the style s easy. Mr. Lehman, the Bltgsh teacher, is also his name he students at Norland High •chool know him as the teacher ho translates dry. required eading into a language they can nderstand and even enjoy. He > also husband, father, graduate udent. tennis player Shaping the Person Now you know him. and now m don't. Will the real William oh man please stand up? Possibly, the key to the puzzle .in be found in the poet's words: Each man in his time plays lany parts William Lehman ist decided to play them simulineously rather than in seaence. Horn and raised in Selma, da.. e graduated from the Cniverty of Alabama with honors. In l>le to accept a teaching fellowPlan Mauthausen Memorial 'IENNA — (WNSi — Planned istruction of a memorial musm at the site of the infamous /i concentration camp at iiithau^en. where thousands were led. was announced here this • ck by the Austrian Governnt. ship because of the death of his father. Mr. Lehman went to work for a finance company in Miami. In 1936. he opened his first used car lot at 745 NE 2nd Ave. Due to the imminence of the war. Lehman enrolled at the Em. bry Riddle School of Aviation and got a license as an aircraft mechanic. In 1943. Embry Riddle sent him to Brazil, where he instructed for the Brazilian Air Force. Adjusting to the casualness of Brazilian life presented no problem for Lehman and his wile. Joan, who shares his enthusiasm for the light touch. In 1946. the family returned to Miami and "Alabama Bill" opened the most northern (geographically speaking) used car lot in town at NW 7th Ave. and 71st St. •Alabama Bill" is a man who has faith in harmony Walk toftly through the jungle but with awareness and respect, and it must follow that the jungle will sustain you It is. after all. simple. fulfilled" with organization work, including United Fund and secretary to the board of Temple Israel, he decided to get hi> teacher's certificate. Nn. his ino revolt against the hie ol the businessman in America "The mystique of business en compasses character develop tnent," he said. "Being in the market place shapes a person. A businessman is creative and his business style an extension ot his personality I have never longed for the Ivory Tower. But I am always looking for new experiences, for new roles to play Most people waste time instead of using it. Playing cards and spectator sports and 90 per cent of television and 95 per cent of movies are a waste of time." WIUIAM LIHMAN man of many parts In 1959, Lehman was a success ful businessman. Me decided to go back to school. Not entirely Food Chains Eye Close Cooperation Closer cooperation among the world's food chain store operators, food processors and manufacturers was recommended by Myer B Ifarcus, president of the Interna tional Association of Food Chain Store*, aa means to achieving an efficient worldwide system of lood distribution Commenting on his return from the recent convention of the international group in Nice. France. Marcus, who also is executive vice president of Food Fair Stores. Inc.. noted that this year's convention was "the largest and most enthusiastic ever held." More than 400 delegates of chain 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M. the trade school as is done ia many European countries." ~ AK for women* and thei^pdutation. Mr Lehman believes that their training should be no dif ferent from a boy's. "A female." he said, "is a person first and should seek and maintain her identity as a man does Perhaps then, at thirty five or forty, when their children no longer con Bumc them, they will nut be anxious and depressed." Many Roles stores and manufacturers attend ed. They represented 25 countries "II chain store operators ere to meet the demands of expanding population and improved economies throughout the world," said Marcus, "we must have • free exchange of ideas and information. "This, plus a closer working relationship with agricultural groups, food processors and manufacturers, is vital to the develop ment of an efficient worldwide system of food distribution." he added. Now he keeps a weather eye on his business, teaches English, reads. pla\ s tennis and harbors a sense of well-being. He also holds an individual viewpoint on teaching methods "I've found that my students are only receptive for about hall of the period. There's no sense teaching longer than that The rest of the time I give them DUS) work. he said. "And only about 25 per cent of the kids have the intellectual capacity and desire for academic work The other kids arc just lrustr.it ed They should be diverted to Middle Closs Syndrome The Lehman home, almost baronial in proportion, looms over the Grand Concourse In Miami Shores—a street whose name is both physically and so cially definite To the casual observer, it appears the gram; niche of %  successful Americai caught in the thrall of gigantism But inside .loan Lehman's sculp tore and abstract paintings and "Alabama Bill's" books and typewriter, the middle class syndrome is successfully dispul ed. This summer. Mr Lehman will travel to Vermont When he returns, he will be yet anothei man. 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bion This Week on AJCong. Action at Fair 24. 1964 fJenisti flcradfiaun Pcge 9-3 Special Report _EW TOKK .i.i.l.:,' iicrnard bin, Of Queens County Crimi Court, as I" IK %  '! %  'U. il ai un lit IHrsday in the case of 12 ^HBf ""' American Jewish who were tried last for disorderly conduct afft ing the Jordanian PaviBie World' Fair on May Howard M Squadron, .i national rice president nt the American lewish Congress who is serving Ht special cmni-el lor the ornaniition in the ease, was to make ^Hain points, taken from his Ibmitted to the court: Mshe Jordanian Pavilion ofa regulation of the World's | Corporation which bars ^ration of a concession or which reflects disupon any nation or |B"1I>< World's tion ctunconstitutionally when it pAvents peaceful and orderly picket i en the streets (it the %  World'I-'. Hi' to acquaint visitors to 4Bf Jordan Pavilion with the Jewish response to the mural m*Z.ge." Aatcr the trial, which ended Jung 17. Judge Duhin told the defetsfcn'-. headed by Dr. Joachim PriBZ president ol the Congress: "1 am persuaded by the cvidaace and hy your own character that you wire not disorderly hut acted III .u\ entirely peaceful manner. ar JHttzv*!* Steven Freedman r Mitzvah of Steven Freed man. .-on ol .MrSonia Wcrtchalter and Stanley Freedman, was to he celebrated on Thursday roori .;. July 2.\. during mincha .services at Temple Emanu-El. Steven will enter eighth grade it Ida M Fish•r Junior High n Stepmbcr. He lilays clarinet in 'he school band, 1 jnd his hobbies ire coin collect112, swimming "and sports. A reception in' celebrant's honor was to be on Thursday evening at the. ketian Isle Motel. PJTe for the occasion were to, Steven's greatgrandfather. |hs Freedman, as well as his| pndparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. ke and Mr. and Mrs. Harry edman. %  even freedman "The only issue I must decide is whether your action in violating the World's Fair antipicketing regulation also constitutes violating the penal law of New York." On (his point. Squadron was to argue thai the right to picket on public -trects extends also to the walkways ill trout of the Jordanian Pavilion. lie was to cite Chapter 892(3) of the 1962 Laws ol New York which stales: "A violation of any provision of law relating to safety or the prcsei ration of order occurring on the streets, roads, highways, sidewalks or walkways of the property under the jurisdiction of the New Yerk World's Fair 1864*65 Cor poratton shall be deemed to have occurred on a public street, road, highway, sidewalk or walkway and no! on private property." The American Jewish Congress brief adds: "The World's Fair Cor-, poration ... is trying to have its cake and eat it too. Having obtained from the Legislature a declaration that its pathways -hall be deemed public, it now complains when citizens take that declaration seriously. It cannot be allowed to have it both ways. Enjoying (he benefits of (he Legislature's declaration, it must also accept all the normal consequences After reviewing toe various Statutes under which the land was leased to the Fair corporation by the city, the brief comments: "In sum, the Fair has been set up on public property, for public purposes, to serve the public and with a view to obtaining the patronage of as many of the public as possible. The full powers of government have been mobilized to these ends. "The Fair is not a private enclave. The government has done all that it can to make sure that the public will he there. The cases make it very clear that the government may not, at the same time, say that members of the public cannot exercise constitutional rights when they get there On (he issue of interference with the other persons attending the Fair, the brief declares: The Fair is not a mindless Mil-1 (own world of amusement and I recreation offering endless enter-1 tainment spectaculars for the | titillalion of children of all ages, from which thought-provoking ideas must be excluded. In fact, the Fair's tax-exempt status derives from its educational functions, not its amusement functions. It is specious to suggest that permitting free speech on the Fair streets would spoil the pleasure of the Fairgoer and intrude on his rights." C. Irving Dwork, national secretary of the Congress, was also charged with resisting arrest. Judge Dubin found him not guilty of the charge after TV newsreel films were projected in the darkened courtroom showing that he had peacefully surrendered his placard to the police and entered the police car in front of the Jordanian Pavilion only 12 seconds after being placed under arrest. Two members of the World's Fair police had testified earlier that Dwork had acted in an "agitated" manner, had refused to give up his placard and had not entered the police car for some two minutes after being ordered to do so. The placard Mr Dwork carried had the legend: "American Jewish Congress Seeks Peace Through Understanding. Jordan Incites War Bigotry." "Peace througii understanding" is the theme of the New York World's Fair. In addition to Dr. Prinz and Dwork. the American Jewish Congress officers arrested for picket ing the Jordanian Pavilion at the World's Fair were • Theodore Bikel. a national vice president and former president of the AJC'osgress Brooklyn division; • Mrs. Howard Levine. of Wesl Orange. N.J.. a vice president of the AJCongress national Women's Division; • Theodore R Mann. Philadelphia attorney and a national vice president of the Congress; • Mrs. Hilda Prinz. of Orange, N.J., wife of Dr. Joachim Prinz. mother of five and chairman of (he Commission on International dale Horn the Bronx for the House of Representativeav-aanr-aaaai • Mrs. Benjamin Spiegel, of Fiusli flg, membership chain of the National WomenDiviAffairs of the AJCongress National Women's Division: i • M •< from the Religious Culture Dtp ment of the Jewish Agency to study in the Yesnivah in isr. i and upon his return he will < infinite in the Hebrew Theologi I College lor his rabbii ical deg and also post-graduate work at university Chase Federal's 30th Anniversary The current dividend period marks the 30th anniversary of one of the area's leading financial institutions. Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association From a -mall beginning in 1934. with assets at that time of a little more than $10,000, the Association has grown to S160 million. On the national scale. Chase Federal ranks in the top luo largest savings ands loan associations. Originally opening on Lincoln Road in 1934, the organization has i xpanded to give county-wide service, of (he six offices, four *re 00 Miami Beach, one in the 163rd Street Shopping Center, and the sixth office in South Dade on So. Kendall Drive at IS 1. AJCommittee in Report NEW YORK IWNS — '. American Jewish Committee this week released a 72-page report i cussing its efforts on behalf of the Jewish yishuv in Palestine prior to 1948 and on behalf of Israel since its emergence in nuOFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW i Office designs furnish Inge from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzae, Lamps, Everything lor the Office of Distinction PfTtf>fror nt>tiflfl AP spaas u miisa> Opfl Saturday Mornlno BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST RADIO PROGRAM Y1H If BAGELMASTEB REUBEN GUBERMAN Mon.-Fri. 10 A.M., Sun. 12:30 P.M. 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Page 10-B vJenistifkricfian Friday. July .4, 15J n\ Dr. Drosd Tells About Hope Ship Thirteen Metro judqes take the oath of office July 18 as administered by District Appeals Court Judqe Thomas Barkdull. Front row. from left, are Thomas G. O'Connell. Mattie Belle Davis. Thomas Balikes. Gercld Klein. C. P. Rubeira and Fred H. Barad. Back row, from left, Arthur Winton, John A. Tanksley, Arthur Maginnis, Glenn B. Smith, William Piquette, Robert Deehl and Thomas E. Lee. Agudath Israel In 13th Year This Saturday observed by world Jewry as the "Sabbath ol Comfort Ye will mark 13 years lince Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 7801 Carlyle Aye.. \ i] founded by its spiritual leader. Rabbi Isaac Hlrsh Ever. dn Aug. 17. 1951, which was also the "Sabbath of Comfort," the synagogue celebrated the openirr ol it> extensive giant services ties program of reliand social activiRabbi Ever has been an active leader in Zionist, civic and rehgious organizations in the United stateAgudath Israel's members today include some 600 families. Plans are being formulated to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of the synagogue with a banquet and journal. Following thi> Saturday morning*S services, the men's groups and Sisterhood will host a special kidduab m honor of the anniversary celebration LEGAL NOTICE "|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AMD COR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63&82A i\ RE i:->• I V I WllV I. I.I VINSi IN 1 -• -I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All I' nd All I Vrs..n I %  %  %  • i l i> -i.ii. f ,-. %  1. il. i • %  | fount i. and iii MtRttl I.. mnndK tgatnyl Sal'l by notified Mid n %  i .!• .1 d< ii M: I hnv< i;. n amir i. !-• %  > lnon .' i .;,.•. i % %  ml) l-'l"r: •_• %  Dadi ihi imr 'In I U Section 7 In Hi. i ffli • i" In I >ad< r.iinit>. i %  \ .,: %  ndai moi in* p il.iu-xtlun i Ill IM barr< d, i • ... it Miami i' nrlda, thin 2'Hh i 11J. A. 11 KVE1.VN IVINSON Aa Kxe" utrlx .his notli • nn < MI Kl.s. HKIM VX K M'l.AN : \ I %  IV ',-:.-•..• : 11 v 7-' I CIRCUIT COURT. NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No 64C -.06i\ • r.i:v I-I:I i xit s Plaintiff, m %  I'i'i.iN'K l.-.risiri-.iT7.ny I • %  r, ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y< i MAPKLINE 1'il'lSK KR1TZirs, I -'.: \\ -• nth Street Hi \. r i.ii • i.:.-. Ivai la ... t notlfli • • % %  ) at yom i iv .I i.... .'•'.fill 'I i R| \..II ,.ii I'lnlntiffi attorni y. RKOK'IK Nl'-il. H,AH. 112 N.W. 12th Avi Miami, l la., and file original Clerk % %  i I'i'urt nii • r before A .-• lei ,: I %  ••'. ••!• %  i Iw iplalnl will %  -'i HATED Jul) 21, >: B I.i. \-'-III;I:\I.\N, Clerk (-..', H. C1 ilKI.ANl' I %  %  :••. I %  ',. ; 21-31, s 7-11 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO 6J88BA IN i:K Rotate ••' MARY HAIIRON 11, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All lT< ii;iand Mi Peraon HJIV,,,..riMiinur Demand* Agalnal >.<"! Estate: V,.„ .,,.hei l>> notified and ri quired to !"• — nl ns • %  ';<'"'%  ""' '''" ii. of MARY RARRON de. aaed lat % %  ( 1'•<•• Count> Florida, i,, HI. County Judges of Hade !\ and fill the em< In dtipllcai .,'* provided In H Holt ISS-IS, Ktatuti a. In th< offl i" "' iv Coui Ihouae in I %  :• %  Ida, Ith II •* • alendai Dr. Rudolph E. Drosd was featured speaker al a special lathering of the medical staff and employees of AltSinai Hospital on Tuesday evening in the UMIII B Wolfson Auditorium Dr. Drosd discussed his recently completed months service on the '•Hope Ship. WHOM purpose is to bring medical and health educa tion to underdeveloped countries The Hope Ship." which stands for • Health Opportunities for People Everywhere," was originated by former President Eisenhower during his term in office, and is supported by private funds South Pacific Caters Privately Or. Drosd sp istaffed by doctors \\ l for a period of one to tv at a time and who le home ports and Join th< wherever it is based for iod I)r Drosd said years ago the v hip wer nd stu. %  • -ii up • I heir i • where it left a permani I pedic project in Viet N | asl year in Trujillo, Peru, nent project 'o develop pital and medica] school lished Res coin anil dancing, is now for catered affairs South Pacific Polynesian taurant, long known for its plete dinner^ available Tallies are planned to 111 the individual's budget, and include functions to South Pacifies tropical gardens and private dining gi eas South Pacific will cater lor all occasions lrom 20 to 200 Joe Cass i.s m charge. South Pacific is south ol Holly v nod on Biscayne Blvd.—ST llllI and Florida i \.imnnl ^ Il< ronth* fi'"i" (h. i thi rut pub ilou hi • %  i.i li %  • %  l i..,-. d in M n Ida, this -'"'1' das of Julj v I I IRVI.N'il RARRI N \Kxecutoi l--ir-i piibliriiti I %  •>>noil' • "" Hi.. • of July, "."•• i SIMON. HATH (I I ;I:I M'W KRO \ltorn. v* for K-I. U Inn .Miami. I--1..I iia MISS T 24%  %  %  %  •' CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA No. 64C 8028 IRKNK Mil.I.I-; \N I'lalntlff, IA.\li:S MHHAi:i. M1"I.1.1'".AN l >. fi-n-lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION vm. JAMKH MH'H.VEL MII.I.KJAN : Ti Her Avi IHUi ironx, N• York notified i" >• i M%  ropj of your answer lo Divorce Complain! filed n-i \..u .-ii I'lnimiff s attorney, lUKoROE NICHOUA8, 61! S.W. 18th \\. Miami, ia., and file ortainal with flerk "i thla Court on oi ln-fre AiiRuat 24, 19*4 othe wlae complaint \\:ll be ."iif.ss. .1 1,\ \..u. DATED July -'". ISM. i: n I.I: vnn:i:.o \.v ele k I seal I U) MAIUH'KRITE M' RF< >RD i -. iut) i 'Ink T J4-S1, s T-14 Col. Pollack Now in Training At Homestead Nat Pollack, director of customer relations for Gull American Land Corp.. is spending two weeks of reserve training at Homestead Air Force Base. Pollack is A lieutenant colonel in the Coin pi roller's Department of the 9th Air Force. Col. Pollack lives in Miami with his wife. Annette, and lour children. They include Rita 19. a junior at the University of Miami: Adrian 17. senior at Southwest High; Leon 16. junior at Coral Park High School; and Harvey 8. who will be entering third grade this fall at the Hebrew Academy GET AWAY FROM IT ALL >J^B^^C< #" VO.M Cd'> •• r: n 9#<^t f-iivg •'* d*t le"o pvt* ** -n*" Mritll ^ *C fi S3* PAtAOiSf '•eten if ivrsj \: h ivpb d *vj to*• epts, Actonvnod#.On* '** **• bet' .p n#tt i*4"" 0' 0*0 't%> A"f t 1 !*• P'CC '^t'tQ* JM* It f iv'll 1'Om ov* tO#l* An ltjnd Called e..">.V'd *'f GALA CRUISES ABOARD THE AIR-CONOITIONEO S/S FLORIDA MIAMI TO NASSAU 3-DAY Cruises $! 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ORCkiM flmtus ill Strett f y FREE PARKING in Miami's Ingraham Garage while you're on cruise ^aWRt For reservat.ons. se* your *-a.e A*e--t, or XiO STEAMSHIP CO. *Lu ; 3 2 3 3:oi •/-rrter of the d<$t ngu.sr-*?d Fiagier System "70 years ^'oer ence .1 p55e"ge' stea" 1 p servici" WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? :// "BLAST OFF TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUt CAPt KENNEDY (Opn To TKa Pub c Sundays From I 00 PV,4 00 P.M.| HAVE A GETAWAY VACATION RAMADA INN (3 Mils Fro-n Trt Cpe) 5 nd Niw Accommodationa Pool or Ocim Swimming Entortainmnt Fir All Agt Childrtn Under 14, With P*f 'I — No Charge CornR anyt'm* Friday Lv Anytim* Sunday Sentibl* Ratat V, • -e Or Phona — Re-.:%  11 RAMADA INN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA TRAVEL MAGIC CARPET TOURS TO ISRAEL AND EUROPE '535 ROUND TRIP iST Yaw opportunity to vi t, !•• riel and rjiropr vit re ibla KLM ROYAL DLTCH lines at this low (are. • nt European eitie* il m • ra roil. Cheore (rom a •:• ariely of law eost .' 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Friday, July 24, 1964 \ .%J • ,• :s=^= J %  >Misii fkridfaji/n Page 1] I Dr.. on the staff at Mt. Sinai IIosLEVY. Abrnl pital. served as chairman i)f the Doctors Division for the Combined Jewish Appeal and as co-chairman of the Doctors Division Of the United Fund A one million dollar srant was left to Mt. Sinai Hospital in hit honor. In additon to her husband. .Mrs. Werblow i> survived by a son, Richard; a daughter. Mrs. Lynne •r in Sll< Baron, of Cape Kennedy; and HABERAN. Karncy. three Grandchildren. Mr. Newman, LIPSHITZ. Abraham, 76, nf MWI Pennsylvania .\i.' -.1-%,., MI New York C 11 y. Iti ve i i %  FUCHS. MrShelley, .1 ei 1*21 SW ITUi Tor .li. il Jul) l:'. Rlvei COLE, M YMnnie. •'.. -i r.l.M W l-'l;t^'|. r St., died Jul} !.; tiordon, SCMULTZ. \h-: Sophie, ;7. ul S70 NE 103rd st tiordon. KEIL. Mrs. • %  : ic i:, :•:. of 700 1 nil St. l:t\ (I, YELLIN. MulMe, 7". % %  Jl.r. vVashinKT •' t %  ci. S'ewmaii FISHLER. V n, ::. of 7S23 Ilai.ilInaAvi Rlvi rsldi of 1543 Michigan Ave. Rlversldi RECKSON. inMurra) M S4, of 4::!.". I'r lii ;. %  Ave., died .Inn.' 1;. RiverHide GOULD. Mr*. Stasla, 63, • %  < 1581 Drex••1 Ave. I(lver*lde. KOCH. Paul, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU. T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4872 Till-: NEW VORK HANK K' R SAVINGS, formerly known as 'rh. New V01 :. S ,\ lngn Bank, Plaintiff, v -. W\ U \X S, III 'I'Si >N and JENNIE HI'USON, In I 1. I. II I:.MIS NOTICE OF SUIT T11 Wyman s. Hudson and Jennie llinls..11. his wife, I:, sldence I'nkm.u 11 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T .' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6618 i \IT::II STATUS SAVINGS I \ V 1 •!-• \i:\v.\ RK, N i a New Jersi uorpi 1 at Ion, IMalntiff, J l-'INI.KY JONES', Tl in Bnnkrupto • .. 1. I defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti • Margari 1 Ann Lopes Rodrls and Luis Rodriguez, h.-i hu-i... I:, aldi n. • %  I \K.\i '\\ X. MRS. )ANil ZEIENTZ Janet Zeientz ;ses Away Here Janet H. Zeientz, of 6423 Ave.. who had served as Itive secretary of Temple lsfor L'.'i yean, died July 20. |ow o( the late Louis Zeientz. |rly president of Temple Island for many years associat%  th the Dade County Collec%  jJoffice. Mrs Zeientz came herj|frimi New York City 14 yean ago. etive in Jewish communal |irs, she was a member of bple Israel Sisterhood, H.idkh and National Council of lifh Women. On retiring as Jutive secretary of Temple tl in 1959, she was honored life member of the Tempi* Stir i\ inu are a son. Myron S.; a dju_,htrr. Mrs. Myrtle Srole. of VVataii" ion. IH'; two sisters. Evelyn Lariek and Mrs. Eskimo, both ol New York; and grandchildren. niies were held on July 22 I thi' Jacob II. Kaplan Chanel Of Temple Israel, with Cordon Funeral Home in charge Of arrangements The Temple was closed on Wednesday in memory of Mrs. Zeientz. BLONDER. M,\. ,.I IMMHI N\\ 1 3th I'I.. Ui.-.l .In!. Ill Rlvi rslde. WEITZMAN Meyer, fci, ..1 K611 N\V I IMth Tei >i. ,1 Jul) la RiverHlde FRITZ. Mrs, Rose, -.,. ii.i-iinrh 1,1 Miami Ueach, died in Nassau. RlvI 1 .-ill, BERTMAN. 1...us. ..... ,.f 17120 N. MiYATROFSKY, Monrla, ..f !24 Meridian ami Ave., .li. .1 Jul> iv Newman. Ave, Riverside. KANSKY. .;. raid, SO, of :::::i SW ..i-i FIS ER ; Michael st iii.-d .Li's IN (Innloii sylvanla Ave. Newman. w c WOLKIN. Mm. Mary. ..f HUT XW SCHNEIDER, N.,,1,1,.,,,,,,1 11 1-1..11.1 i:,,i, Av. Her\ice In Philadelphia. Ave., 1I1. .1 lulj l. Service* in tiordon. Uruoidyn. Riverside, STOLLER. Abraham. Riverside. COOPERMAN I...|.I. ;::. ,,r IMS shinl-EVY, Mra. Ill ice, ?::. of 13101 Orlfaaad Blvd., • 1,.:.-1..., k., Servlcex in :nnl If remarried, their unknown and if remarried, their unkm -1...11-.-. i! living .in. 1 ir dead, the un-ii..u-.s. if living and II dead, the I. rslde. EHRLICH, l>i \,l ,|,,|,. TI. ,,f ||i.I Sth si ill, ,1 juij 17 >,.,., Detroit Riverside, GLUCK. Mr. || n .;7. of ..; 10th Hi %  liMl Jul) I" Rlvi mlile MARQUEZ. Vinnld, -. rvli %  111 New Y..i k I" 1 Rivcl nlde. SCHOENBERli. MM-. mi. 71. nf I" 8W '.Hill ,\\. .0. ,| Jul) i 7 fjordon. SARBER. 1:1 in. 1. ,,v. ,,1 -.._-11 Collins Avi s. \ .-s in lhtn.il RU. COHEN. J01 ... of ". W, J7ili M llliili-uli u Ion LOMLSCIO. Mlllmny, 7S, of I, Col lins \ •. Sel .N. V K %  1 -1.1 % %  SCHENKER. M.Rei ky, 7:1. of 7S3 Iai. ii.l \ \. \ %  .>. in.in LEVnsjaoN. I,..|>h, -j. 01 :•.;.; SW 27th Lam |Uv,.| HELLER. In lln |{|> ,1, RAHH. Mrs. R, f no) r, „,.. %  WERNER. > %  %  n N '1 l;i.. NEWMAN. .. A %  ; %  • Vve. il 1 .1 ; 1,,,. u FRIEDMAN. .mm ol i;--i Abbott i\i .-. 1 1 • • \. -, \ |(| %  RADON. I. Vvi lord, in RAUZIN. \i,. ,| : 12u Meridian AM lioidon. OREtNWALD. .:.-... 77. .., 0 SW 1 ''I' Ave .n.-.i J ui) 1. 1 ;.., KUMBLE. 11. -1 •. vi, xandi r, 5X of 111.. I *th SI Klvi rslde BARRON. MI Mar) -: o| ::;-, |--\v I'nii si .;. BRENDER. Irving, 11. ,.r is. rsldi OCH. I'iiiil .'il of 575 T-imi-niii Csnal ""-<••>• ••! ..ui-iclaimants, claiming trueiseg 01 ..in-r claimant-i, cla 111 i Rlvd! Gordon amiaml canal DV| trough, under or against ih. by, through, under ... against 1 E&NICK. Irving, "."....; 1330 NE Bay!'"' x named •lefendants who ma) be abovi named defendant!) naj Riverside!' > "' v ''" '" Xew Vortl You are I ihy notified thai the You are hereby notified thai ""I Meridian :ll,m '' captloned action has been Inabove captl 1 action nan lieen Htituted asahiNl you In the Clrcull -linn.-.l agaliisl you In the Pin f 1330 P.-nii l '"" 1 '' r 'be Judicial Circuit of FlorCourt • .f the Judicial Circuit of I Ida in and for I'ADE Count) to foreIda In and for DADE Count) to fi close .. mortgage m tile following •!.•-. a mortgage upon the foliow'iui described real inoperty: described real propert) I...I 1" Block : %  ;. URST ADDITION l.m .'". Block 6 CL'TLER RIDti TO CAROL CITY HARDENS ... RBCTKN THREE, accordingto cording: to the I'Iai thereof, recordPlal thereof, recorded In Plal Bi • il In Plal Hook I'.S .11 Page 31 ..f the 57 al Paste 1.1 ol the Public Recoi Public Recorde ..f Dade County, '•' Dade County, Plot-Ida, t..^.. Florida. uiih Aluminum Venetian Blinds sun are required to file your anfolding door. ?5"er to plaintiff's complaint with the You are n luircd to fill your fina Rlvd. Services in Ne Yprk l!i\ it-Mill.WHEELER, riei '-•. "i7. of 162 "..Illns Ave. Servlcua in Albany, N 1 Kiv • rsi.l WOLF. Sophie, 7*.. ..f 1342 Drexel l lerk "' "' %  •• %  %  %  Court, and "Wer to plaint Iff n romplalnl with ,\\,-. BervkiB In WashlnKton D.C erv H ,|,v ''" '-"' "i"" 1 plalntlfr* 'lerk of the aforesaid Court, .1 I Newman. atforne) MARTIN PINE, llili Floor, i-erve ;i cop) tliereof u|>on plalntll LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63511 IN RE: Estate of RoHERT ill \l!l.l-:s 11 \ AS I I. ...I-, ll NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* .m.I All Person* Hnvi. KATZ 1.1 HIS MA vs \Admlnlsl ratoi 11 ..1' ihli li rtav ..r July. 1904 Ml I:I:S. HEIM \N ,v K IPI, w \i -.. ni 1 fi 1 '..'ii.iiii-ii utoi 1 ".'i s w 1-1 Stri .i Floi 1.I.1 9 7 _'l-::i. s 7-11 Dade federal Building, Miami 32, attoinej MARTIN PiNE, 14th Fli Klorlda not later than -Vm.-n.-i : %  •;. i-r.i. I'i.I. hederal Building Miami Decree I'i. Confesso will lie .11 Florida noi later thnn Angus! :••;. r. ia 11... ree il-.. Confesso \. ii: be %  • 1. .1 ugalnsl you. DATED: .inl> L-". •-.. 1 1: B. LEATHERMAN • 'I. IK ..r 1 ii,. 1 1 .-iiii 1 'ourl By: C P. Cl iPELANI 1 leput) I'I.I k MARTIN FINK ey for Plaintiff 1 lid Floor HalP, .1,1 : M 1 ;. red against \ ou. DATED Jul) 20, "..;i I-: B, IvEATHERMAN 1 'lerk .f ill.circull 1 "onrl -• '1' B) : '• P. 1 •• IPELANI • I leput) M iR riN FINE 01 %  Intlff ir Dade Federal !:,.l%  '. s 7.11 M %  • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IM AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY N3. 64C 6960 HA.Mlll'Ri; s.w !.\. ;s I! VNK I PINI :v ,11 IN r isti. ptc.l %  %  .. 1 '.1. ndanl NOTICE OF SUIT Ti .1 • .., M, lionald \\ .. Mi MHiald, liis • \' • 1 1 Eliclni n nia You an lion, i in-: Ion I1.11.. n n nsl s • -ii in tin1 'j., MI '""li I of .1 ircuit of fr %  i.i -i ..a.I for DADE Count) 1 • lose .. mortgagi ih, ill m %  Ibed re .1 propert) I...1 '. Bli %  '. ;s of 1 ,N THE COUNTY JUDGES COU-" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTFLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63761 i i'.'i;i:i. 1 .-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All I'. 1 I 1. 111; 'lain'I %  nd \_., in v' 1 are herebs noi fled 1 nd ind %  i-l 1 Ihe .-AMI EL 1 %  of Dade Com i1 1 '... 1.. iiuCouni 1 %  in" ami 1.1. in.name nil I .,pi ,, v 1,1, ,1 ,n Si. I I 01 .!.. siain, .*. In ill. ir in Hi. Count) I'..mi;. .-. 1 ."i. 1 -..inny. Florida, >. .11 \ MI. .milfrom Hitime ..1 • flrsi publication hereof, .• %  in.-. LEGAL NOTICE Noted Doctor's Wife Passes, 51 pen iocs for Mrs. Dorothy Wcrbkw, wife of Dr. S. Charles Werhlow. past president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital medical staff, were held .Inly li) at Blasberg Funeral Chap-I A resident here for 27 years. Werblow died July 17 at the of 51. She was a memlier of iple Israel and Mt. Sinai men's Auxiliary. >r Werblow, of 720 E. Di Lido • When your family celebrates a Special Family OccasionWelcome Wagon Calls Tien your family celebrates a buecnth birthday, announces %  or, igement or ihe birth of i new baby, or moves to a new ^omc, your Welcome Waon s will call wilh a basket I gifts.. and friendly greetings the religious, civic id business leaders of 'community IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61731 IX RE: Kstat. „f MICHAEL. KKIVKN.-K'Y Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7964 JUROR V'AZyi EJ5, Plaintiff, va. I'All.A ll.l>i:i.i/..\ V'AZQfKZ, 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tii: PAULA ILDKUZA V'AZQl'BZ ("all.54 No. (324 i nirv 45A y 17 Marlanao Havana. < 'uba YOU Alti: HBltBOY n..lifi.il thai Complain! for Divorce has been %  '" l:l • -~ '•' revlacd Plat of a ,. HI I, ,•',,, Portion of i-ARiil r,TY, I. V! ; ,!.',, '^ ViV...., s Rorlda. th '" '•',' '• Hi I'l.v. i.:. In Inn lull \ i li ;'.. .;.' v 1 '•' %  %  ; ••' '••'• %  •' I'Aii.n .\;.\.-..I-:I: i: FKRDII-: M ,\ •'• %  r %  %  •' I" I'lal H i :.: v. Executor %  •' :<-< -" of thi i-ii.l. Record* i-'ir-i |iublicatlon of thin ol IMde i'..im:>. n,.ii,ia i ii.. i-th ilai nf July. I6I ou are rciuired to ril,. i-.... r anV1NHMCK P.. l-'KRIMK -u.iI,. piainn-is compuiint iili thai A .u to the <'• %  iinv Judo-en of Dade Coun'" ""' '"' l '-<' 1. County, Ploiida, on IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT v. and file ihe -am. m duplicate and '"' l f 1 '< h i -''•' ll '!•'> "'' Auust, I94, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. aprovided in Section 733.16 Florida '" l,,a111 f which the Complain! will FLORIDA IN PROBATE Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dadi County, Horiila. within -i\ i-alendar monthn from Ihe liin.i.f ih. rsi puhllcntlon hen %  f. or the -.II will be barred Dated ul Mi inn. I In, iln.ji ,i laj "i July, A i 11 BAM I I. S. SMITH vv. ininlstrator .MITH ,\ M VNI I.ER Utirnej inisi itor nci In IW iliaml I lea. h, Fla -i II, / hope Grant!n be taken un i-onfessed bj you. No. 58795-A DATED Hii.ih da} ol July, 1964 IN RE: Bstate of I-:. II. LEATHERMAN VBRAHAM OINSRCRO, i erk ..I 11... Circull i "ouri I '• %  • B i U} M.M'.UI'ERITK MURFtIRD NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M*KE IUt] Clerk APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION t/24-31, S'7-H AND FINAL DISCHARGE \i ITICE !hi n bj Riven thai I hnv. NOTICE UNDER filed thi I.it Iti I ll Pel FICTITIOUS NAME LAW f..r Dlstl nd I I Disci NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN thai I V.. of I %  I. -11-111 il : %  in tati \ I: I: \ •. \ \ I I i IN Sill 'Ri i, il ..f ITEK.M -i JEW \:\:<:\ I -'."• %  i. |iply to thi ^..nili luxli i i Daili %  i f tile i %  %  'I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AN; FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE No. 64C T6C: MARIA T GONZALEZ, Plaintiff, vs. RORERTO Ui INZALEZ l>. r. n.lanl. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I', i in iBERTi i 'ii iNZALEZ, ai I : i" ConRresn Bulidii Miami ::.'. K ., on or before n>.12 UIRUKI "I;I or .'Is. mpla ill bi ..confessed Dated: Jul\ S, 1964. E. B LEATHERMAN Cl> rk of the Circuit d .i Uj %  • ICOPELA S I' T In SI KILN III rNBR S IJA.N II W "i \ St. in ll vi I.MII. [or Oui 7.21 l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND %  OH DADF. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6J675-C l\ RE: i:-ite ,.r ABR Ml \ \1 I'.l.h "KSTEIN a k .1 M.I RJflt) II M.I. "K.NTEIN I '.. ., .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors ami VII r. rsonn ll vCAR!DAD i i • II I RRE ir M Rl %  llENBERi]. C.T.A. of the 1 \ ... • i i C.VIDIN .v Id HEMIKRl! I rn. j I SI. 5 T-ll IN THli CKI.UIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. '-' '-'NCERY No. 64C 7875 len the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Dignified, beautiful nd reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones am • source of very real comfort to alk VlA VI S (MM I' IVl IIWI.SM Ci %  -. ,i i ..--,• '.IIT Wausbt Div '• .. MO 1-7693 i >i ni.in.iVgulnsl Said Tl ins Claiimi Vou are hi ri by noi li .1 ami ri mired i •-. i i any Islrnn and demands which vou may have against estMti of ABRAHAM BLICKHTEIN i \i.Kl(i:n i| lll.li-KSTEIN .1....-,i late of Dad. County, Horlda, to th Count) Jtulgen ..i IM.I, 1 "ount) ; ^.'•' HEREBY notified thai .... -..i i.-,,, ,,i paid. a ..un.i.i.ni f.., Dlvorci has been I.•.,!.,. t„ ihe Counts Judaea i. • ou are herentv, and file thi '" required to serve u cop) of your duidli il as provided In '''•miM.im nn ihi i,, statues, In their o ll ,""', 1 x l: „ l! ',',' ; ," "' '" "'" Count) c. in-ill. "''•: %  • N W lh I'II nty. Plorlda, within NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW It. HEREBV OIVEN ll deslrlna I ipex Mi ,,;,.-. ilevai H Hi lid I KRANK RCDICH si '/, \\\i: Ri'DH .-..I. i a> i,, i 7/17-24 N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CCi IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 60863 IN RE: Estate -.r ALEXANDER Cl 1ST A Ih eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS ro All Creditors and All Per* Hsvi i: Claims or Demands AgainSi rt Estate: ^ ..ii ai, ii. i. ii\ notlfii .1 Mil I i in i-. lent an) els I .i li which you ma) havi aaain^ xtati of Al.l'X A'MH :i; POM la, and %  %  %  iin ih. I* .nn. l-ii.i Id : ,.|, of the Cl i Hi %  -h Ju lli-lal du) of July, A.D. Circull le Com .NORM iN HLICKSTEIN nistratoi I ll l pill ill. all. HI l,| II,,, the :nli day of Jul .-.\.\ll EL SMITH, ':s,i MI,. in. f, r .\ ,,,.,,. I.in. ..in R V 7-1 I ii Ida, II he 19th di • II Hi.' aa ..nf. used i li \ I'EI %  • %  ( Jul; 1964 K U LEA I MKKM N Cl. i-, %  :it 'ourt B) •' P. COPELAND om the in", of tl • puli li ereof, F |e i:: 964. HER.M i\ I'I IHEN \ |-\.< lit..!ii ..f this m i July, 1964. \ \ COHEN in s for Executor %  Bidt M



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 24, 1964

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

Notes

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

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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
e 37 Number 30
Miami. Florida. Friday, July 24, 1964
Two Sections Pr.:e ?()'
ironist Split
Zionist
>be Seen
|NOS AIRES (JTA)
icdiate action is likely by
hentine chamber of Dep-
>n a Pcronist proposal sub-
to the Chamber on July 6,
tor a Congressional inves-
ol Jewish organizations
tir ties to Israel, informed
said this week,
proposal was olfered by
Carlos Cornejo Linares, who
fcd it in terms which Jewish
ken called only anti-Sem-
rhe SOUreei ~aid the propos
fght remain quiescent for
before being taken up lor
leration.
inwhile, the Peronist daily, \
cracia, declared that not
iputies of the party were in
iment with Linares' charges
1st Jewish and Zionist
ss in Argentina. The daily ,
that this was the tenor of
rmal statements made by
rist members of Parlia-
to Jewish leaders.
la related development, the
Cratic Socialist Party for
denounced a recent state-
by a retired Air Force of-
Getl. Gilberto Oliva. which
that there was a Zionist
Ipiracy'.to iiUiltrute all as
of Argentine life The Dom-
ic Socialist statement, which
?arcI in Vanguardia, the par-
official publication, also de-
Iced the Linares proposal.
e party also assailed the anti-
^h and anti Zionist activities
k-ab League representatives in
tntine, which it called "man-
lations contrary to our eoun-
traditional democratic atti
tov nil racial and religious
Ds "
a I elated development, a
official of the People's Radi
Continued on Page 3-A
Eshkol Warns Syria Not
To Renew Border Attack
What are Sen. Barry Gold-
water's chances as the GOP
Presidential nominee? For
two views, see "During the
Week," by Leo Mindlin.
Page 4-A, and "How Inno-
cent Can He Be?" by Max
Lerner, Page 10-A.
EICHMANN WITNESS
Joel Brand
Passes A way
At Age of 58
BONN iJTA) Joe Brand,
a Jewish journalist who was se-
lected by Adolf Eichmann as an
emissary in the bizarre anil abor-
tive Nazi otter to the Allies to
exchange trucks tor doomed
Jews, died this week in a hospital
at Bad Kissengin alter a heart
attack He was 58.
lie had testified on ins unusual
mission In the trial of Adoli Kich-
mann in Jerusalem In i%i and
later In other trials involving the
. struction by the Nazis of Hun
garian Jewry. He was an Israeli
citizen at his death.
According to Brand's account.
Eicbmann chose him to convey an
offer to the Allies oi a proposed
trade of 1,000.000 Hungarian Jews
Continued on Page 3-A
TEL AVIV1.ITA1Premier l.evi
Eshkol warned Syria this week
thai Israel's restraint in the lace
ol new Syrian border attacks was
not a sign of weakness.
Speaking to a graduation parade
: of Air Cadets on Air Force Day,
at an undisclosed air base. Mr.
Eshkol, who is also Defense Min-
ister, said that Israel demanded
that United Nations Truce Super
vi.-ory officials "keep their eyes
open and see who actually is pro
yoking border incidents, and who
is interested in provoking such in-
cidents."
The Israel Forei.-jn Ministry
this week rejected a report by
the UN Syrian-Israeli Mixed
Armistice Commission on recent
Syrian border incidents which
sought to "balance" the picture
by saying that "both sides" fired,
without stating which side had
opened the attacks.
"Even if we do not hurry to re-
act to their activity." the Premier
told the cadets, "our enemies
should not make the mistake of
thinking that we do not foster our
Mrength and thl we do not have
the strength to prevent incidents
when they arc overdone."
He spoke ol Israel's deterrent
power as a means ol averting war.
and .said: "While our neighbors
continue to wave war declarations,
it is not our way to wave our mil-
itary strength and to remind the
threatening rulers of the existence
and strength ol cur power."
The Air Force put on a display
of exceptional precision and
maneuverability of various types
of its jet planes. These included
Ouraganes, Voutours, Mysteres
and Super-Mysleres. The display
was climaxed bj a flight of Mirage
] jets. Fouga jet trainers. Nord car-
: lien and helicopters.
The Israel Foreign Ministry de-
cided this week to return to the
United Nations Syrian-Israeli Mix
ed Armistice Commission a report
i .in recent Syrian border incidents
I which sought to "balance" the pic-
l lure by saying that "both sides"
,1red n ithout stating which opened
' ihe attacks
! lions truce investigators had cstab-
lished that the Syrians opened lire.
AND DeGAULlE
Knesset Debates
Premier's Talks
With Johnson
State Dep t. Urged to Act
On Arab Boycott of Bank
REDS 701D- TO DENOUNCE HATRED
JCongress Asks Moscow
or Direct Talks With Jews
IRUSALEM (JTA) The
Hd Jewish Congress, at the
line session of its plenary
Ming, addressed an appeal to
Soviet Government this week
direct talks with Jewish or-
llzatlons on the position of Sov-
Jewry,
resolution adopted by the 100
n~h leaders from M countries
ending the session voiced the
fcern of world Jewry for Soviet
asked the Soviet Govern
it to permit reunion of Jewish
ulics separated by postwar
tier changes, and expressly
Delated world Jewry from any
olvemcnt in cold war politics.
iThe resolution alio urged the
|viet Government to denounce
ritemer.t to hatred of Jews in
jssia, and to punish those re-
srsible for propagation of such
itement. Another resolution
rned against the revival of in-
lational anti-Semitic and neo-
Naii activities in Latin Ameri-
ca and Europe, and sharply con-
demned the role of the Arab
League in such activities.
A resolution on West German
relations urged the West German
and other governments to extend
the statutes of limitations tor pros-
ecution of Nazi war criminals, to
assure adequate punishment of
such criminals The resolution
also urged the West German Gov-
ernment to provide adecpiate com-
pensation for victims of Nazism
not covered under the existing
legislation.
A separate resolution calling on
the Bonn Government to act to
prevent West German scientists
from assisting the armament of
Egypt which "is dedicated to Is-
rael'8 destruction." Among other
resolutions, the delegates approv-
ed one voicing appreciation to the
Continued on Page 7 A
NEW YORK (JTAi Sen.
Kenneth B. Keating. New York
Republican, protested to the See
retary of State Dean Rusk this
week against the Arab League's
announced boycott Of the Chase
Manhattan Bank in retaliation for
the bank's dealing with Israel The
Senator urged strongly that "ap-
propriate -teps be taken as
pronipth 88 possible to protest
and rectify this completely un-
justified Arab policy."
Declaring that "this continuing
scries of affronts against Ameri-
can citizens should not be tolerat-
ed," Sen. Keating told the Secre-
tary of State: "The addition of
the Chase Manhattan Bank to the
Arab League blacklists is only the
latest of many outrageous ex-
amples of Arab discrimination
against American businessmen
and individuals carrying on nor-
mal relations with the State of
Israel'
The Senator's protest came as
word was received here from
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prem-
ier Levi Eshkol told Israel's Par-
liament this week that hi* talks
with President Johnson in the
I'nited States last month and with
President Charles de Gaulle in
France this month had encourag-
ed him in his belief that Israel
did not stand alone in its struggle
with a hostile Arab world. "Ncv
ertheless," he added, "we must
rely on our independent strength
Initially. United Na- | to stand our ground on any day or
trial."
He said his visit to France had
provided a clear demonstration
that the "relations of friendship
and cooperation between France
and Israel are not likely to be af-
fected by France's relations with
any other country, including the
Aral) states He stressed that
luring his visit to France, he had
found that French Israeli friend-
ship was nol merely a matter ol
individuals or ol a friendly French
leadership, but that it was -deep
The Israel-Jordan Mixed Arm-
Continued on Paje 3-A
Damascus, Syria, that Kuwait
had "called off plans to deposit
S200.CCC.000 in the Chase Man- ,
hattan Bank" as a result of the I
blacklisting of the bank an- '
nounced by the Arab League's
office for the boycott of Israel.
"The Congress had made clear
on repeated occasions." Sen
Keating wired Mr. Rusk, "its ob-
jection to any I'nited States aid to
Nasser as long as he continues to
divert his own rc-ourses for ag
gression, continues to violate the
(reedom of the seas with regard
to the Suez Canal, and continues
to discriminate against American
citizens on the ground of race or
religion. 1 would be most grate-
lul for a report as to what steps
the United States is taking to en-
force these conditions and to ter-
minate any further aid to Arab
nations engaging in these unwar-
ranted practices "
Officials of the Chase Manhat-
Continued on Page 8-A
Continued on Page 6-A
Six Nazis Get
Jail Sentences
NEW Vi 'UK .JTA i Six
members of the neo-Nazi Nation
ai Renassiance Party were sen.
timed this week to jail terms tor
trying to start a riot at a civil
lights demonstration last July in
the Bronx
James Madole 36. and Daniel
Burros 2t>. leaders of the group,
were sentenced to two-year terms.
Judge Irwin Davidson denounced
them lor recruiting for "male-
volent purposes" young men
"whom they succeeded in inject-
ing with their own virus of hate."
Two year sentences also were
Continued on Page 6-A
Conservatives Meet in Mexico City
MEXICO CITY (JTA) The
worldwide Jewish community
was urged here to confront West-
ern culture, rather than avoid or
evade it, by Rabbi Theodore Fried
man. past president of the Rab-
binical Assembly.
He was the keynote speaker at
the fifth international convention
of the World Council of Syna
KOgHes which opened here The
\v rid Council embraces congrcga
tions of the Conservative move
nient in Judaism and has affiliates
and associates in 28 countries
around the world.
Rabbi Friedman said that all
Jewish communities have the
same problems arising out of their
existence in the environment Ol
Western culture whether in New
York, Mexico City, London. OT
Tel Aviv He rejected the atti-
tude of some sections ot Judaism
v hicli advocate a policy of isola-
tion from Western culture for
their adherents. Such element-
in Judaism, he said, in Brooklyn,
B'nai Brak. and in Buenos Aires.
favored the erection of barriers
between Judaism and the Western
world.
The Conservative movement in
Judaism, he said, has rejected
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A


P(5be 2-A
*Jen i" *# ntridliain
Fridc-v
". July 2l

Some 500 persons attended installation ceremonies of the
Workmen's Circle at the Algiers Hotel. Branch 1059, of Mi-
ami Beach, and Branch 1050, of Miami, joined together for the
ceremonies. Left to right are Edward T. Newman, installing
officer, Harry Schuldiner, chairman of Branch 1050, and Max
Greenberg, chairman of Branch 1059. The Workmen's Circle
is one of the largest Jewish family fraternal orders in the U.S.
-.# Dade Bar RePgns Given Over To Judge Silver
Indue Miami attorney and banker, wai "lent. Former Dade County At I guest of honor
sworn ni Monday noon at the
Everglades Hotel as new president
oi the Dade County Bar Associa-
tion.
.Indue Silver has indicated he
hopes to lead the DCBA in the
next year thiouuh "IROPMsIng
participation in chic and govern-
ment affairs as the huge popula-
te of South Florida begins to
take on new influenceand re-
sponsibility in the State."
A r.ative of Alabama, Judge
Silver has been in Dade County
for 30 years and is a graduate
of local schools, the University
of Florida and the University of
Miami. He is active as a muni-
cipal judge in West Miami and in
the Masonic and Elks lodges.
I Judge and Mrs. Silver live in
Coral Gables, with their two sons,
Dennis 19. a student at the Uni-
versity Of South Florida at Tam-
: pa. and Wayne 17, a student at
Coral Cables llih School.
Judge Silver was sworn in as
head of Dade's legal organization
by Circuit Judge Kay Pearson, who
also installed Edward .1 Atkins
Nasser Goes Easy at Africa Summit
JERUSALEM iJTA) The
- hiiity that the Arab states
might use the cifrrent summit con-
ference of African heads of state,
meeting in Cairo, as a sounding
board against Israel was discount-
ed lure by Bediako Poku. Ghana's
Ambassador to Israel.
In a statement to the Jerusalem
Post, the Ambassador said that
"uneasiness" over such a possi-
bility fails to take into account
' the tremendous amount of good
will existing in many parts of
Atrica toward Israel." Most Afri-
can leaders. Mr. Uoku declared,
are for peace. Reports that they
might be swung toward an anti-
Israeli move, he said, "give the
erroneous impression that the
African leaders may lack the
stamina and the sagacity to make
independent decisions."
The Ghanaian Ambassador's
statement was seen hare as con-
firmed by dispatches from
Cairo, reporting that Egyptian
President Gamal Abdel Nasser,
who has engineered anti-Israel
rerolutions at most conferences
of Africans and Asians, stated
flatly that he does not intend to
effer such a resolution at this
time.
In his Cairo address, the Egyp-
tian rider told the conference, at
tended by the heads of nearly all
of the 31 member states from
Africa: "For us Israel is a prob-
lem that is part of an imperialist
consipracy to loot a land in what
the Imperialists call 'settling.'
As a result, many Arabs were up-
rooted trom their homes and now
are refugees outside their own
land."
He said this was part of a prob-
lem which the Arabs shared with
Africans, but, he added: "We do
not need resolutions from this
conference, and we have none in
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Peronists Split on Anti-Zionist Probe
rmi Mayor Robert King High congratulates "Governor"
je Lister Jr. The Coral Gables high school youth was
led chief executive of Boys' State following a week of
:k legislative sessions in Tallahassee.
Continued from Page 1 A
I
cal Party, the Government party
in Argentina, declared that the
p.irty would "do everything in its 1
power" to fight the country's ris-
ing anti-Semitism. He made the
statement in connection with in-1
dications that the party was or-
ganizing efforts to bloc the Lin-
| ares proposal.
"There is no room for racial '
discrimination on the political
scene," the official said. "It is
not proper and the Government
party will do everything in its
power to fight it." His assur-
ance was supported by Miguel
Artiz, the Foreign Minister,
who said that the People's par-
ty had a history of battling for
civil rights and religious equal-
ity. He stressed this was recog-
nized by leaders of the Argen-
tine Jewish community.
The Foreign Minister cited as an
example of that policy the fact
that President Arturo Illia set a
precedent when he invited a rab-
bi and a Protestant minister to
be present on the reviewing stand
with Catholic clergy for the July
!) Independence Day celebration.
Dr. Guillermo Sehlesinger. Chief
kol Warns Syria to Refrain
m New Border Incidents
Continued from Page 1-A
t:e Commission, meanwhile,
demned Jordan for a "grave
vfMatton" of the armistice agree-
aaent in an incident the previous
Mek at Shaar Hagolah, in which
mm Israeli border police sergeant
Mi killed. The report, in line
wMli customary procedures, also
andemned Israel for returning
Mm fire, but noted that Israeli
farces did not appear on the
cane in an aggressive manner.
Ill Am num. King Hussein said in
[interview with The New York
es that the recent border in-
fcnts had been initiated by Is-
lo provoke the Arabs to mil-
retaliation, to divert world
till ion from Israel's tap of the
Jordan River for its Negev irriga-
lion project.
He claimed that 30.000 to 60.000
Jordanian farmers would be de-
prived by the Israeli water project
of fresh water, but added that
'still, we do r.ot intend to go to
war ever this."
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as the official Jewish represen-
tative.
Government spokesmen have in- ]
sisted that the anti-Jewish cam-1
pain was restricted to small i
though financially strong groups
of nationalist extremists. More \
recently, both Government and i
opposition party leaders appeared
to have decided that the time has
come to challenge the repeated!
statements of such propaganda.
Previously, former President Ar-;
turo Frondizi said his followers'
in Congress would strongly oppose |
the Peronist proposal.
Argentine Jews are concerned
about the gap between such of-
ficial reassurances and the rec-
ord of police in carrying out
orders to arrest persons involv-
ed in anti-Jewish incidents.
Ilerzy Gesang, acting chairman
ol the DAIA, the central body of
Argentine Jews, said that after
months of investigation, police an-
nounced the arrest of two youths,
15 and 17 years old, who confess-
ed they were guilty of 148 such
incidents. He added that the po-
lice had indicated they were sat-
isfied that the arrests and con-
fessions ended the case. "HA vp
are certain that these youtfcs we
part of a well-organized gron,
that seems to be immune to hi-
cution." he declared.
Joel Brand Dies
At Age of 58
Continued from Page i-A
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war as the Red Army swept 1
ward Hungary. Brand .-
rested by the British M ti
command in Aleppo and kepi
custody for some four mor."
Brand had been co-presii--
the Palestine Office and oj Kei
llayesod in Budapest am: C
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Volume 37 Number 30
Friday, July 24. 1964
15 Ab 5724
London Chamber
Bows to Pressure
The London Chamber of Com-
merce decision to remove Lord
Mancroft as president even before
he has had a chance to take office
is a deplorable one.
The Chamber does not hesi-
tate to give its reasons. That old
Arab boycott against Israel,
which is in fact far more than a
boycott against Israel alone, once
more raises its ugly head.
In the case of Lord Mancroft.
the Chamber should feel partic-
ular shame. Six months ago, he
was removed from the Norwich
Company board when company
officials also did an unstately bow
to Arab League anti-Semitic pres-
sures. The ruckus the removal
raised went all the way into the
House of Commons and full Par-
liamentary debate, involving
Prime Minister Home.
Norwich relented and asked
Lord Mancroft back. His Lordship
rightly and proudly refused. What
the London Chamber of Com-
merce will do after its cheeks are
burned to a crisp is difficult to
say. But that the Arab boycott continues to
have status in the most unlikely places is an
unhappy realization, indeed.
The Record Clarified
We ure in receipt of many telephone calls
and other inquiries concerning the position of
City of Miami Beach Kashruth Inspector.
The question is being raised on the ground
whether the city should maintain such a post,
whose duties can be considered as purely re-
ligious and whose activities merely benefit a
part of the population.
We feel a fundamental responsibility to-
wcrd those who have turned to us for clarifi-
cation.
The simple issues involved are these: A
substantial part of the population of the City
of Micmi Beach is Jewish. The sale of kosher
meat to the many people who buy and con-
sun^ it is also substantial: in the home, in res-
taurants, at hotels and in institutions maintain-
ing kosher kitchens.
The City of Miami Beach Kasruth Inspec-
tor's responsibility is not religious. His duty
is to guard against misrepresentation. The
City of Miami Beach Kashruth Inspector is in-
volved in matters of kashruth only where the
question of misrepresentation has been raised:
where outlets selling kosher products are in
fact not doing so, and are therefore engaging
in ll.egal business practices.
It was, for example, sufficiently important
ip the juagment of the New York Times to fea-
ture an article on the identification of kosher
procucts in its July 9 publication. The sale-
gua:d that the inspector's post offers the City
of Micmi Beach is clearly within the province
ol the City of Miami Beach Government's ser-
vice to its, people, a substantial portion of
whom are Jewish.
of the association, our community takes par-
ticular pride in his installation.
Judge Silver's vow Monday to lead the
Dade County Bar Association through "increas-
ing participation in civic and government af-
fairs as the huge population of South Florida
begins to take on new influence" is the mark
of a man determined to bring his organization
to a more important role in the future.
The Bar Association should be especially
happy in its selection of Judge Silver as new
president.
Bialik's Anniversary
July marks the 30th anniversary of the
death of Chaim Nachman Bialik. the great He-
brew poet, who eulogized the coming and
founding of a Jewish nation in our time.
The nineteenth century launched many a
Yiddish writer in the field of secular literature
creative literaturealmost ior the first time in
Jewish history which, prior to that time, re-
volved principally around our religious tradi-
tions. Mendele, Peretz, Sholom Aleichem and
a host of other such giants come to mind.
But it was Bialik who stirred the hearts and
minds of men out of the ghetto and in the lan-
guage of their dream. It was Bialik. the He-
brew poet, who sang of Zion-to-be and Zion re-
born.
Friday, Jg]. ji
=
f
[ tlurifig ik wtck
... as i see it
on,
E MUST a-.i
by LEO MINDLIN
I
f -at*Iy -fnalii-mua-*"*
aspirations of ,
water. Adolf Hit
as easily have -
tremi.MTi in thi
erty is no \ tee
ation in the pun
is no virtue Fo
ler raised extrei
pedestal of natioi
condemned moderation as a vice characteristic of Ji
intellectuals To carry the similarity further. Goldwatei
speech in San Francisco reflected the Bismarckian ii
ultimate policy, suggesting ihat there is no room for I
to agree. Declared the nominee: "Any who joins us in ,
we welcome. These who do not care for our cause, we
to enter our ranks in any ease
What he has done is to demand the kind of mot]
characteristic of the dictator this despite his vow tl.
power does corrupt. And these who seek it must be ius
opposed." For the Arizona Senator, in the continuing ,
of himself, envisions a strange sort of world. He want
to "constitutional government," not because it is tradit
cause, as he puts it. the return is "right."
Hence, he leaves little choice. The road toward ac
between East and West is one no longer to be travel)
Goldwater affirms that only America's tremendou and
ing military might must !> the instrument b> which
government" can be restored here and abroad, with
serving as a light to peoples elsewhere.
THf SAW AND JOl/0' VIRTUIS Of Yf.STf.KDAY
jut the road to accommodation ii two-waj and -
* ions and uncompromising militarj might fo
to invite a blow. and in the atomic era there are no m
rights to the awesome extent of retaliatorj powi r Th is
ignore- the only direction toward peace currently avail
fails, .i- well, to understand the changing political, -
nomic horizon ot our principal adveraarj he ia ignorai
that a successful society, such as the Soviet Union seems
oping, can not long remain bound by the restraints ot !
osoph)
Marxism, Sen Goldwater apparently doesn't recog
one resource to change of i have-not nation, it that natioi
There are. of curse others Ked China has chosen Y
in addition to the fundamental racial antagonism- m\oh
culties between Ked China and the Soviet Union den
Chinese (have-not) disenchantment with their erstwhile Ru
teachers, who become increasingly bourgeois by the p.
Sen. Goldwater is horrified by the possible aceomn :
tween Fast and West this kind of human evolution offer- .
he understands none of these things and because he
accommodation is therefore traitorous What his ipe
is the boyish need to return to the relative ease of yest
he declares that "In our vision of a good and decent fut
peaceful." the Senator in fact means the good and decent
the demand for unrelenting military- power to maintain t*
schism, for schisms niggesl categories, and it i> clear!] I
goriei that Sen Gi Idwater best seems to fathom. The;,
and solid" virtues of a long gone isolationist Amer

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'
Judge Silver's Leadership
We join the community in congratulating
Judce Sam I. Silver upon his installation Mon-
day as president of the Dade County Bar
Association.
Judge Silver's professional, civic and wel-
Jare contributions to our community over a
period of 3C years have brought him to this
high post of distinction.
As th; first Jewish attorney to be president
Eye on the Calendar
Tisha B'Av is one of the most tragic ob-
servances in Jewish history. It records the de-
struction of the Second Temple. On that day
the Lamentations of Jeremiah are read in mem-
ory of this sad occurrence in our ancient past.
It would certainly seem advisable that
sponsors of Jewish productions should be more
careful in the matter of their calendar, and with
an eye toward possible conflicts of just this
Tru Ine ?Penin iisha BAv last weekend is a case in point.
It hardly seems proper that talented per-
formers from Israel should, themselves dis-
regard so awesome an observance for many
people in the Jewish community.
We raise the issue now not to chastize the
past but to suggest that r-Uch producers remain
mindlul against other unhapoy breaches of
religious sensibilities in the future.
LOVf AffAlK WITH OUK PRIVATE WCAIJH
THE REPEATED REFERENCE to "constiuitional j
supports this beyond doubt For it is a phrase that c under
stood by the user alone. The .ntegrationist leader will I I
planation for it: the racist and bigot, who frequently n. his tt
tremism behind such phrases, will offer quite another,
ators view, it apparently represents the fundamenta.
legislative-judicial formulation, with a minimum of int
that This nation, whose creative people have tnhancc
span of history, should again thrive upon the greatness t those
things which we as individual citizens can and ahoul I
What Sen. Goldwater here exalts is the spirit of rugg : indint
uahsm that oiled the fulfillment of America's manifest d<-- hasrt
upon "the .sanctity of private property, the onlv durable ndatiot
for constitutional government in a free socictv." The u
sanctity of private property was. of course, basic to tt.
motivating our nation's revolution against Britain. Thus : in the
rigidly categorized world of ye.terday he envisions as Amer hop*
for tomorrow. Sen. Goldwater feeds his followers with s
longer listed in the pharmacy of cures for our worldly ,.
There js nothing rigid in geopolitical experience tcda
everywhere around us. When Barry Goldwater talks about the ctitj
of private property, he forgets and perhaps intentions
those who have no property at all. Will they ignore t
forces liberating them from their own bondage and a<
us by fading gracefully away as we engage in n love all I
private material wealth?
AUtVIATINC THt HUD Of THOSE WHO OWN NOTHING
JEN. GOLDWATER UNDERSTANDS at lea-t tins I,
it is an unrealistic expectation, and aims to rejf
whelming military might to deter all possible challeng.
sequence, his acceptance speech at San Francisco was to!. di'vod
of concepts of human welfare and human need Whate
and candor lay in the address was limited to the Iron-cls tcvtu*
of privilege,
. J" f ;\h,ch reminded me of the late President Kenr. tall M
Lw k American editors on Miami Beach Just t u days
o,!Z ,kS assassina,in I" Dallas Here, Mr Kennedy S t*
Drooernwrn'r0'' Warnin* ,hc editors that *** "riv,M
ZT, b "*>* on'y when those who own b.v am to
n^h.n,, iH1respJ'nsibll,,-v of "UevUUng the seed of tt -
",'t, ,The t;d'lors ma,nl-v influential and affluent pu *
not react warmly.
of faTrf,^alln.um,:nia I"day |S lar8<-'l>' a battleground f(
undersenre Th n hand and communism on the othe,
th L n lnU:1^'nce 0( P**4M1 Kennedys wan. leg*
water In."la f h,S aU stm non^l a gOPOIBt- "hat Ca" he offcr ~ ,0 :mP"st' Amer- con
ELK^E?^'on a",he world? Yo""no< *.......p01"'
on people who have been born to nothing.
Hence, the San f-'rancisco address merely leaves i w U" Ihe j
Continued on Pafl 8 A


qj. July 24. 1964
fJeivisti nor/dUaun
Page &-A
the 30th Anniversary of the Death of B'rslik
irew
of

n ?*

ZALMAN SHAZAR *
leg at the assembly in
I live years ago to mark
anniversary of the death
Nahman Bialik. the Hc-
I list Ha/.a/ said: "Bia-
,i I Is what Pushkin was
t .issians. Goethe for the
and Mickewich for the
pi,t ii very aptly, for
! us is what those great
i in the literary history
i eoples, the highest eri-
10 poetie powen stored
ul; the greatest height
i lelr literarj creators in
: j generations aspired.
it lion, however, the revel-
f Bialik's poetry among
D arked for the (act that
t a very stormy period
t story when our nation
lie crossroads, and the
t>' on which the vision
Sis a! national poet (Its-
Hd the generation des-
Ko be responsible for a de-
ft d> :..mire.
Hirns of Literature
Yet H. im Nahman Bialik did
not rei H himself as the one
who-fcaii ; pened a new portal in
our Btet -ure In the literature
of so an ''ill a people as we are.
no begii :t.: is feasihle. Our lit
eratwe as old as our people.
and tli* strength inherent in
every r wed period lies in its
ability < link itself to the chain
of form- generations. Even in
Hebrew ..tiTi.turt\ which we are
wont to i 'scribe as modern. Bia-
lik's eruptions were preceded by
a long nain of poets, thinkers
and etor tellers and he regard
ed him-'' if as hound by many
links to f at chain
He loi'K-'d upon Ahad Ma'am
and Mendele as upon his imme-
PRESIDENT ZALMAN SHAZAR
literary treasures of the past
Tl.c 21*1 of Tflimnus which :h>. year jell otl July I, marly the >0tJl
anmrcnarj of the death o\ Huviwi Hahman Bu.lr'; die mou ouwtanJ
Hebrew poel of the modi i age and the poel of hrael'i national revival.
Her,- Israel President Zalman Shasar a diffuiEwrlied author ami Intel-
al i.i In-; own right, offers some provocative thoughts on Buslitj
... both poel and natio la ist They are culled from u.i address he delii
years age
death
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Oi our literary temple.
ler greatness lay in the
fact U.i. he had the ability to
reveal t; ;en! and to concentrate
it acaum himself. It was he who
brassght the poet:> of Yaakov
Katal tr ': e notice of the Hebrew
reader '.us he who attuned the
ears of Hebrew readers to the
poetry i Viiakov Steinberg and
aleraatl <)k mind to the talent of
Yaakov .chnian
Trveitior of forebears
it with indissi-verable chains to
the literary treasures of the past
Through his compilation of
"Sefer Haagada." his commen-
tary to the "Mishna." his re-
searches in the Hebrew poetry of
the Spanish period, he linked
modern Hebrew literature with
the past, and so the stone walls
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that the fathers of modern He-
brew literature had endeavored
to raise in order to mark it off
from the literary epochs of the
past crumbled of their own ac-
cord. Bialik turned modern lie
brew literature into the carrier
of the great heritage ol the past
into the future.
In a public address. Bialik once
said: "We are told In the 'Pirkei
Avof that Moses received the
Torah at Sinai and handed it over
to Joshua, and Joshua to the El-
ders, and the Elders to the Pro-
phet.- and the Prophets handed it
over to the Men ol the Creat As-
sembly. The> said three tin
But surely, I., asked did they
only receive traditions; did they
not innovate things of their own
accoid? And. again, is it only
three things that the Men of the
(Ireal \ss"ir.bly said7 The con-
clusion to be drawn from this i>
that no generation can create un-
less it receives the traditions of
its forebears
Unless there is reception with
full enthusiasm and with all the
fire of the soul, there's no pos-
sibility to bequeath the heritage
to the generations that follow.
Only when traditions are proper-
ly received and handed over ran
they be accompanied by a mes-
sage of one's own.
With the blessing of Biahk's
creative personality, modern He-
brew literature began to be
marked as something that bcth
received from its forebears and
handed over to its successors,
and so lent content and force to
its own message,
I recall receiving the "Sefer
Haagada" as a gift from Bialik.
In handing it over to me he said,
rather blushingly, "My name is
H. N Bialik There is nothing
of Bialik in this bock, but I do
believe there Is something of the
H. N. in it. 'The Hebrew 'Hen''
means "grace." i There was great
truth in these words. His grace
permeated the choice and ar-
rangement ol the book, and by
dint of his own personal grace
HA1IM KAHMAN HI AUK
poc: of nationalism
the charm of those treasur of
generations past begun to shine
once more from present daj ere
ations.
Language of Diaspora
When Bial.k began writing his
poetry, his native Odessa did not
serve as a Jewish center in the
Diaspora, nor was the Hebrew in
which he wrote the language of
the Jewish masses. But Bialik's
message was carried far and
wide to all Jewish communities
and in all languages.
Bialik himself wrote in Yid-
dish, and what he did not write
in this language, J J. Schwartz
and manv ethers translated, so
that the whole of the Jewish Di-
aspora became his vast audience.
Despite, therefore, the babel of
languages that splintered the na-
tion, Hayim Nahman Bialik was
able to unite the various sections
of the Jewish people into one vast
spiritual audience among whom
his warnings and his consola-
tions, his admonitions and his
soothing message reverberated
and brought revival.
But H a- the poetry of Bia-
lik anc > :iis contemporaries res- i
rued out literature from its lone- j
liness in is own generation, so it
rescu< from the threat of
markiii .. Meeting phase in our ,
literar, ; :>tii>\ because modern
Hebrew literature with alt its I
great it ^-lifestations and variety !
was~tlir< .itened with the danger
of man a mere r,-,-odc in the
spiritual listory of the Jewish '
people v aine Bialik and bound
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Knesset Debates Eshkol Talk With Top Leaders
Continued from Page 1-A
rooted among many strata of
'e French people."
H reported that, in his talks
wNh President de Gaulle, he had
53 the French leader about
?ha problems confronting Israel
*r that he had stressed the
g.-jvity of the encouragement
v*':n aggressive rulers may
craw from the attitude of those
powers who do not throw their
*j]-.t into the balance on the
m* of peace." This was assum-
ed t be a reference to Soviet
iusrt of President Nasser of
Ej.ot. particularly during Prem-
e- Khrushchev's visit to Cairo
as' May.
Describing his meeting with the
Jewish community and
a delegation ot Jews from
sirica. who hail settled in
. lie said that, though there
ime indications .if readiness
Lg the youth for emigration
Israel, there was not yet any
for drive tor that objective.
, > reported that such youth
taking advantage of op-
ies to study Hebrew of-
fered by French colleges and that
the number of Jews learning He-
brew was much smaller than non-
Jews doing so.
In debate following the Prem-
ier's statement. Mcnahem Beigin.
leader ot the Herut Party, criti-
cized a statement made by the
Premier in the United States to
the effect that statements hy
Premier Khrushchev during hi<
\ isit to Cairo were moderate. The
Herut leader also criticized the
Premier's "failure" to raise dur-
ing his talks with American of-
ficials the issue of West German
scientists working on advanced
weapons in Cairo for the Nasser
regime. He also sharply cnticiz
ed the Israel Government's policy
concerning West Germany.
Ishar Harari, of the Liberal
Party, defended the Premier's
statements on Khrushchev as
correct, asserting that a foreign
country was no place to attack
the Soviet Union. David Hacoh-
en, of Mapai voiced regret that
the communique issued by the
White House on the Johnson-
Eshkol talks did not include a
specific stipulation about the
preservation of Israel's territor-
ial integrity.
He noted that only Israel's m-
tegritv was openly threatened in
the Middle Bast. He also said
he regretted the absence from
that communique of assurances of
NEW SPIRITUAL LEADER ARRIVES FROM MASSACHUSETTS
strengthening Israel's deterrem
forces because the balance of mil
.tarytroni*tB> in the area hadl*^
upset.
Mr. Hacohen also voiced the
hope that the Premiers visit ir.
Washington would bring a change
of view among those in the lniie<|
States who consider Nasser j ,|a|,
ilizing force in the area, ami who
believe that the Egyptian preij
dent wants peace.
During the session, the Km.
set referred to committee motions
by the Liberal and Herut partiej
which asserted there was a short
age of scientific and technological
manpower in Israel. Thi motion!
charged that Israel's Institution]
of higher learning had room fur
only about one-third of a|
in the sciences.
Freedom Lodge
'Outstanding'
i ie convention Of District
Lodge 5. B'nai B'rith. re-
eld in Durham. N.C Free-
Lodge of Miami Beach was
j- "one of the most out-
. lodges nl the district."
Charles J Kossove, president,
ced that the lodge won 16
irdi, or five more than the next
i^ting lodge.
.rds were presented for
- vfrship acquistion. service
:. i adult Jewish education, in-
. and "outstanding lodge."
dual members won special
l riddal awards for work done
." J. Nudelman is the first
j in B'nai B'rith to receive
ards for membership since
ee;>tion.
members considered out
d .: by the district were
el Topper, past president;
lai J Kossove. new presi-
.nd Murray A. Shaw, chair-
I adult .leui-h rducation.
odge covers Bal Harbour,
irbor and Surfside It re
ts charter in June. 19t>3.
Temple Judea Names Rabbi Kipper
To Assume Pulpit Responsibility Now
President Herbert C.elernter an-Temple Beth Sholem, in Peabody.
nounces that Rabbi Morn- A Ma- to become the spiritual
Kipper ha> assumed the pulp.t at leader at Temple Judea
Temple Judea in Coral Gables.
He succeeds Kabbi Mordecal
Podet, who has left to take up his
ministerial duties at Temple Kodel
Sholom in Waco. Tex.
Rabbi Kipper was ordained by
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion. He
holds a BS degree in group edu-
cation work from George Wil-
liams College, Chicago. Rabbi
Kipper is the author of a text
on Jewish spiritual values.
He i- a member War Veterans and Rotarj Intei-
national. While in Peabody, Mis.-.,
he was a member ol the Massa
chusetts Board of Rabbis, New
; ngland Region of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
Peabody Ministerial Assn. and
Jewish chaplain lor the Phillip
Exeter Academy.
RABBI MOKKIS K/PPER
Prior to leaving. Rabbi Kipper
v as nominated In the Junior
Chamber of Commerce ol Pea
body for the "Outstanding Man
His wife. Lenore, and their two "> the Year" award. He ivasalso
children. Avi and Merle, are ex- ;>PP peeled to arrive in Coral Gables Hospital.___________
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on Paul Joachim 25, and
Wells 25. Edward Cas-
'. was sentenced to one to
VO Mrs in a Reception Center
Kransi 18. was sentenced to
.x tooths in city hall. Two oth-
eived suspended sentences
U.S. Investigates Housewife Charged
As Ex-Concentration Camp Guard
NEW YORK tJTA A fed- been a guard but insisted that all
oral investigation was underway she did was -what guards do in
this week into the citizenship rec- camps now."
ord of a New York housewife who_____________________________________
served as a guard in two Nazi -_____-v
concentration camps. The U.S.
Immigration and Naturalization
Service opened the probe into the
case of Mrs. Russell Ryan after
She was revealed by a Jewish in-
vestigator to have been a guard
a the Maidanek murder camp in
Poland and an overseer at the Rav-
r-nsbruck camp in Germany.
The investigator, Simon Wies-
enthal, director of a Jewish doc-
umentation center in Vienna,
disclosed that as Hermine
Braunsteiner, the Queens wom-
an had been sentenced in 19S3
to three years imprisonment for
her activities in Ravensbruck.
When she entered the United
States in 1958, the Immigration
and Naturalization Service of-
fice said, she swore she had nev-
er been convicted of a crime.
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vjwisii n-orSdHknn
WJC Asks Moscow for Talks With Jewish Group:
C nufd from Paat 1-&---------J *i__. ,i
Page 7-A
Cc-'inoed from Pag* 1-A
Polish \ernmcnt for its efforts
id con morate the martyrdom
ni Ki ean Jewry under the
.Vi/iv
The cjiites were told by Dr.
Nahun culdmann. president of
the W d Jewish Congress, that
increas ,- numbers of liberal and
progri e groups throughout the
I world recognized the situation;
ni s.ix Jewry as a problem of
I in term nal concern. He added;
jth.it 'growing understanding"
I, tin 'Moms of Hussian Jews
lexistei even among leaders of
K'ommu! -in in western countries.
Ho(.fr, he added, the Jew-
ish p::le "i$ not and cannot
be r | nti-Russian factor." He
argued that the Soviet Govern-
ment "should realize that Jews
throughout the world have a
right to urge that Soviet Jewry
be permitted to enjoy a Jewish
way of life."
Hillel Storch. a WJC official
from Stockholm, reported that
Some Russian Jews may be allow-
ed to emigrate to Scandinavian
i countries under a plan for a fam-
ily reunion exchange for Baltic
[ and Scandinavian countries He
said the plain was discussed by
Premier Khrushchev with Swed-
en's Premier Tage Krlander dur-
ing the Soviet leaders recent visit
to Sweden.
Two leaders of Argentine Jewry
told the plenary that there had
been an increase in anti-Semitism
in Argentina. Dr Isaac Golden-
berg, president of the DAIA. the
central representative agency of
Argentine Jewry, and Marc Tur-
kOW, executive director of the WJC
South American section, also re-
ported that there had been an in-
crease in physical attacks on Ar-
gentine Jews. Citing a campaign
of anti-Semitism in parts of the
Argentine press, they reported
there was in existence an anti-
Semitic conspiracy on an interna-
tional scalp in which Arab repre-
sentatives were collaborating with
Nazi and Fascist groups.
Stephen Roth, executive direc-
tor of the WJC European Di-
vision, presented a survey show-
ing that most of the active neo-
Nazis and Fascists throughout
the world ar now between 30
and 40 years of age, rather than
the older anti-Semites of the
Hitler era.
He said the greatest danger at
the present time stemmed from
right-wing extremists who do not
espouse openly anti-Semitic pro-
grams. Such groups as the Amer
ican Nazi party or the World
Union of National Socialists,
headquartered in London, are less
dangerous than the more covert
right-wing extremists groups, he
asserted.
Social Singles Dance
A night club show and dancing
to a live band are on the agenda
for the B'nai B'rith Social Singles
affair to be held Saturday at the
Casablanca Hotel, beginning at 9
p.m. Proceeds are marked for
organized charities serviceing all
races and creeds.
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Nev^ Synagogue Welcomes Rabbi Weinschneider.
Jacob C. Cohen, president and Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider,
under Of the Kochaw M'Yaakov tVrmerly of Los Angeles and Chi-'
immunity Synagogue, announces cago. and recently of Dallas. Tex..
c arrival of the spiritual leader arrived here Tuesday to occup>
i i the new congregation. the pulpit of the new synagogue
Rabbi Weinschneider is a grad
1 uale ol the world famous Yeshiva
I NovordOCk, Poland He found-
ed many Yeshivoth in Russia dur-
ing and alter the revolution.
In the U.S., his religious ac-
tivities have been divided be-
tween the rabbinate and the
practice of the shechita. For
ten years, he was the Rabbi of
the Home for the Aged in Oak-
land, Calif.
Rabbi Weinschneider i> an ora-
icii and educator, as well as a can-
tor with a strong tenor voice.
He arrived with hi.- wife. Faigah
who is in her own right a He-
braist and the daughter of the
celebrated Rabbi Shmaryahu Weir
. rten, oi Lubavitch She is a
direct ninth generation descendant
of the Baal Shorn Tov.
Rabbi Weinschneider will of-
ficiate with his son. Rabbi Sidney
Weinschneider, of Dallas, grad
uate of the Theological College
of Chicago.
The young Rabbi Weinschneid-
er will officiate and deliver the
sermons in English in the new
synagogue.
P48BI ABRAHAM WtlNSCHNVDtK
Dr. Woltson in Talk
Second lecture on 'Buddha and
- linoia" will be given by Dr.
hraham Wolfson at the Spinoza
Washington Federal auditorium.
34 Washington Ave.. on Thursdaj
orning.
Cohen, in his welcoming mes-
DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
lismarckian iron fist and with
o viud for mankind save for a
articular Mgmenl <>: mankind.
f this be xtremism. he wants
IS to know. Hen make the most
I it; for it is extremism in the
tame of liberty, And. echoing
lie thought in San Francisco.
ante Sen. .lohn Tower, of Texas,
0 make it all kosher: to chal-
lenge the "lunatic fringe" charge
that the Republican nominee rep-
rcsents "the international Jewish
intrigue to lake over the world."
Libertarians, t h e implication
seems to he htre, do not think in
such term- They oughtn't: Sen.
Gdldwater is no Jew. As for the
rest, his views and his philosophy.
it's all true and blue and vintage.
Now that toda) is here, can yes-
terdav be far behind'.'
sage, said that "it is the pur-
pose of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue to estab-
lish itself as a house of study
and of prayer. Daily morning
and evening services and daily
adult educational courses will be
offered."
The BynagOgUe Will offer a com
plete program of religious, cul-
tural and familj counseling ser-
vice. The synagogue "ill also
publish a month!] bulletin and
house a broadcasting station for
the weekly Torah Societj ol the
Air
The Jacob C. Cohen Communitj
Synagogue will hold it- fir-t meet
Asks U.S. Probe
Of Arab Boycott
Continued from Page 1-A
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bank, no particularly large de-
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bank officials said the blacklist-
ing of the institution by the Arab
League's boycott office was "a
nu-understanding.''
They said they were hopeful that
the action would be rescinded
soon. The Arab League's Com-
missioner-General for the anti-Is-
rael boycott office was reported as
saying in Damascus that the black-
listing of the Chase Manhattan
B.'.nk would not go into effect for
six months, to give Arab firms
dealing with the bank time to set
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R1 Carlyle Ave.
be Ever.
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^M CONGREGA-
SW Wfttt Ave. Orthodox,
raal Kerahnci
MO SW 19th Ave.
Abraham S'.h-
OAVtO. 2*28 SW Ini Avr Con.
itivo. fUbUi Menu .in N. SL.ipiro.
WWIam W L;
C p.m. Satur.l i
----s .
8VV 17th Ave. Ortho-
ftatobi Boianvon schitf.
--^n?
H ISRAEL. 11 40th St. Ortho-
. Rabbi Berel W<
l"H JACOB. 301.1 Washington
<. OsH edox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
UStpr Maurice Mair. h.-
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CANDltUGHTING TIME
15 Ab 6:52 p.m.
i.
i
ay :I5 p.m. S.n
non: "ThB Ren>
las N ::" .i mi
-eTH KOOC8H. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
CWJtflT.'". R.ibDi Max
Shaplre. UIMIr Fred Bernstein.
1 n : lii p.m. "The I'urtion
ot i.;i in p.in. l'l if.,i in I'laiikw."

,BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W D- ie Hwy. Conservative.
Rahbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein.

;BETH RAPHAEL. 13" NW 3rd \vf.
Oithooox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
a
: BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky.

BETH TORAH. '64th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conserv ltive. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
. l-'l i i I"' |> III
irday J:5 a.111 -
Xlltlonal BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 182rd St.
Home Should be Free Of
Ideals and Action Conflict
y RABBI SIMON APRIL
Both Maahe Congiegation
The Jewish educators ol today
"e gfively concerned over the
fficulty and ohstai 11 > uhich we
icounter la attempting to trans-
it for the li:,11 an,,11. in come
ie precious heritage of cur Holy
orah. Manx are the reasons
iat combine to make this task
most fpfHlidalile oni'
The environmental factors and
ie climate "l opinion arc by
icmselves s ilficicntly burden-
>me to oven "ii 11 i h> will be
mquered only if we apply every
ounce of sincerity in our com-
mand. Our sages tell us that
"Dvovim hayot/eim nun halciv.
nechnosim el halciv "Only
.vords that come out from the
ieepest recesses of cur heart can
lave an opportunity to overcome
Jie callousness and indifference
which bar and lock the hearts of
hMff.Tfhj"" iu beck to influence."
If the preacher is to succeed
in his preachments, and if the
teacher i- tn tind success in his
teachings, lie will lust need to
apply Mni-eli diligently and prac-
tice aaascieiiliously the lessons
"orah in every aspect of
his lite. Indeed, the Torah speaks
to us in the immortal words of
OtaT Atost important prayer: "Ve-
ipyu.fiKjvoriin hoeilc asher Ono-
chi mit/uveho hayom a I levove-
cod,"
Mr when these words will be
I command thec this day
Hiy heart" can we hope to
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
----
fLAGLER GHANAOA DO NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
l-'i i!;!> il :|u ikiii, Satin.I;i> s::ln a.m.
Minolta 3:3(1 |i in.

FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 ,
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetre*
dr. Oithooox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grosa.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shaniro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abi.iham Seif.
a -
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Sti assfeld.
. a
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modem Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber,
man.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi 2evi Green-
wald.
-
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
a
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba.ungard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructiomst. Rabbi
Morris SkoD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Arthu
I Goldberg (riqht) has accepted chairmanship of the Board c
Governors of the Jewish Theoloqical Seminarv of America H.;
is shown with Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Semii -
ary at a special convocation last year when Dr. Finkelsteii
conferred the honorary deqree of Doctor of Laws upon Juatice
Goldberg, who succeeds the late Sen. Herbert H. Lehman to
the Seminary post.
Admits Beating
Rabbi Lelyveld
IIATTIKSBUKC.
(JTA) A
RABBI SIMON APRIL
the right path
attain the most sought for objec-
tive of "veshinantom levonecho."
Teaching our children and guid-
ing them in the right path must
begin with our own actions, for
too long have American parents
been satisfied to send thoir chil-
dren to schools of learning where
they imbibe instruction in Torah-
true nature only to find the oppo-
site practiced in their homes.
When children see a conflict
between their parents' words and
their own actions, they will in-
stinctively copy the deed and ig-
nore the instruction. Our gener-
ations are not hopeless, but their
instruction should be no conflict
with the behavior of their par-
ents.
white farmer has admitted that
', he and his uncle, now in a mental
, institution beat up Rabbi Arthur
J. Lelyveld. of Cleveland, and two
students working in the Negro vot-
er registration drive here.
1'olice said they arrested the 32-
year-old farmer, Estcs Keyes, of
Collins, charging him with assault
and battery and intent to maim,
and have issued a warrant for hiv
I uncle's arrest. Keyes was releas-
ed on $2,500 bail, pending action
by the Forrest County grand jury,
which meets Aug. 3.
Two men jumped out of a truck
| on a highway along which Rabbi
Lelyveld was walking with the
civil rights workers 10 days ago.
They beat the rabbi with an iron
bar, and he was hospitalized for
a day.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stein-r.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. L'berai Rabbi Lion Krocuan.
Cantor David Conviser.
' l-Yiiliiy v I.- ..in I-ull.lt mil Ht, P lb-
nUtutini! r-i Uuhlil Ki ..in- ii. Ilabbl
I- rank I- i-. Ie r Si i m .n .1. ,. m ,,),
the ri..|.ii. t. Sulurila; in r. ;, m
Cantor William Uo.vhI, n ill nffi
illUHlcnl |..rii..ii- ( ull hi vIi-i-h .Iiii -
inu Cain.ir Cunt i>i.i > ., I.-..-,, .
a -
TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387
I NE W7th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitnun. Cantor Alex
ander Cohen.
a
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washin0-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. C intor Hirsh Adlar.
l-'i i.la.v .i |i mi Katiinla.i : a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
---- ----
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform, Rabbi Morris Kip-
, per-
I'ri.lav t:13 pin. I"1111 >it silent, Richard
I Hot'Wleh, 1 i"i nej .
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abra. -
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
I Tatum Waterway. Modern Trjo
tional. Raboi Euoene Labovit;
Cantor Saul H Braeh.
Sniiirdii.i s:41 a.in .-. rni T
1 'ail,. -1 Miiirn 111 It. for. 1 last n '

TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conseivat.v-
8755 SW '6tn St.. Miami. Rabi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levi
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabt
Da- i" M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gah-
i'i ila> n in it... nliK.-n.-i .
Itiihlil l..iw\ ivho i^ ..11 vaeatiun -,
in..11 OH I '.-'I. i ..II- !'.;. l'"i I \\ ill I
.!.': .1 l..\ S.tnlil.l !:|....ii,. S. \ in,,t
Packard, It. lul ma > h...| 1.1. ii
in. mini. 111 .1.1 thi T
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TEMPLE T.FZRETH JACOB. 9
Flamingo Way. Conservative.
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TEMPLE ZA MORA 44 Zarr.ora Av
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brcok
Cantor Ben D.ckson.
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TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th S
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wn
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
a------
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Mi ax 1
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hen
Wernick.
m ------
YOUNG ISHacl. 990 NE 17-st 6
Orthodox. Raobi Sherwm stauber
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Judge Abraham L. Frcedman has
taken his seat on the bench of
the U.S. Court of Appeals of the
Third Circuit here. He was nom-
inated for this position last April
by President Johnson.
CANTOR TENOR jl
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, military spokesmen denied Egyp-'
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shot down Sunday over the Modi-',
1 terranean near Alexandria.
The Israeli spokesman describ-
ed the Egyptian story as a ""niir-
' age.'" Egyptian military sources
also alleged that a second Israeli
jet was "probably downed." This
was also denied. The denial, is-
sued at the headquarters of the
1 Israel Defense Forces here, said
that no Israeli plane had violated
1 Egyptian air space.
The Israeli spokesman also re-
jected a Damascus claim that six
Israeli soldiers were killed in an
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more important, because it i$
tho obligation of the Jewish
community not to escape from
the world b-jt to persuade the
or'd "We have mcch to learn
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(Grossberg, of Washington, D.C.. studies her oil still life,
Geianium," alter it placed "Best in Show." Awarded
lOO prize in the second annual national B'nai B'rith Worn-
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[year-old Nora Andrea is shown back in the arms of her
;r for the first time since early infancy after she journey-
>m Hungary to the John F. Kennedy Airport with United
Service assistance. Mrs. Albert Speed, president of the
jwide Jewish miqration agency's Women's. Division,
\s the happily-reunited mother and child. Later, Nora and
lother, Mrs. Marianne Kay, who has been living in Chi-
since migrating to the United States, hod a chance to
know each other aqain on the plane that brought them
The Jewish community agencies of Chicago are help-
Ihem in their new life together.
- V'
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4.UU,
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UJor/cf
^Jewish Floridiao
Miami. Florida, Friday, July 24, 1964
Seel c
Claire Goldhagen in Top Award
Mis> Claire Harriet Coldhagen
v ;i- n.ime i "Treasurer <>i the
VearJ' at the recent Junior
Achievement banquet in the Du
pont Plaza Hotel.
The 18-year-old represented Jun-
ior Achievement First Cordial
Hank, sponsored by Boulevard \a
tional Hank Of Miami
later this summer, she will par-
ticipate in National .1 u n i 0 r
Achievement Week on the Indiana
University campus, competing with
students from all over the coun-
try
Her trip is. being subsidized by
the National Association of Ac-
countants. South Florida Chapter.
A 1964 graduate Of Miami High,
Miss Goldhagen also won the Na-
tional Horace Moses Scholarship,
and placed in the "Secretary of
the Year" and "Mist Junior
Achievement" competitions.
Intable whirlwind of pre-
|al parties for Sheila Reiter
i d Helman, h ho w ill be
jd in wedlock on Saturday
I Si irted in the spring when
bride-to-be, daughter of Mr
Mrs. Victor Reiter. was guest
or at a delightful party
'i by Mrs \hu rue Green-
"I Coral Cables, ana also
" ial gathering planned by
|n ut Grove's Mrs Joseph
sin The pace quickened
[week preceding the nuptials
a beautiful luncheon on the
co-hosted bj Mrs Louis
s. ot New York, and her
|htcr-in-law, Mrs. Sherwin
in the latin's Hay Shore
lie members of the clique
p Monday as their "night to
with a stag dinner at tho
Restaurant On Tites-
relatives and out of-towners
entertained by Mrs. Rob-
sen and Mrs. Joseph Klein,
honored the future Mrs.
p.in at a luncheon reception
lie Beefeater Restaurant .
Ir a change ot pace, the brid-
ouple, members ol the wed-
party ami visitors were
s at an informal swim par-
Dund the pool of Gary Rov-
Biome in tin Gables The
f\.iiM morning, again in C.G .
5s a coffee for Sheila with
Dorothy McDonald in the
of hostess Late that
evening. Mr and Mrs. Max
|ter invited the immediate
tii a cocktail and dinner party in
ii i la Blvd. home

it was farewell, boj voyage
and happy landings to Mrs. Hen
rj Levy just before she and her
husband left last week for a four
week tour of the Continent .
Luncheon hostess was Mrs
Louis Pilzer, who entertained
Mrs. Levy and l'ii friends at her
Surfside home. "815 Noremac
. Among guests alternately of-
fering "Goodspeed" and "hurry
I BCk"Mrs. Fred Levy. Mrs.
Stanford Pilzer, Mrs. lla-kell
Bratter, Mrs Joe Small. Mrs.
Laurence V.'eslon. Mrs. Sol Ros-
enkrans, Mrs. Hy Weiss and Mis
Bennett Sllverman .
Vacation in New York for Belle
and Dr. Irving Lehrman. who
are joining sightseers from every
where at the Fair, with the
Broadway shows coming in for
their share of attention .
They'll be back from the month
long holiday early in August.
*
Luncheon given by Iteyna
i Mrs Alexander) Youngerman
in her Miami Beach home recent
ly honored her sister. Mrs, Mar
ion Robbins. who's leaving soon
for her former hometown. New
Haven. Conn. where she will
marry Daniel WeinsteiO of that
city m the fall Guests at the
gay gathering, Mrs. Charles
Herney, Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Mrs.
Isadora Janshaw. Mrs. Albert
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs. J --
cph M. Goldhagen, 3131 SW 7th v
granddaughter of long tii
tnian Benjamin Goldhagi i,
she plans to enter the Univers tj
ol Florida in September.
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It Archives and Library on the first anni-
of h's death. Harry Scherman (right),
lent of the Book-of-the Month Club, an in-
friend <"f Mr. Lipsky, presents the bronze
tuie of the noted Zionist leader to the Jew-
Lqency-American Section. Left to right
)r. Nahuni Goldmann, president of the
Zionist Organization; Mrs. Rose Hal-
prin, chairman of the Jewish Agency-Amer-
ican Section, who accepted the gift; Robert
Berks, sculptor, whose head of President Ken-
nedy has just been purchased for the perma-
nent collection of the Huntinglon Hartford Gal-
lery of Modern Art; and Scherman. A second
head will also be given to the Jewish Agency
for permanent display in Israel.
oc la lite ... b\f Isabel \^j
ntmued from Page IB
pnee) Pick, plus former
llavenitcs. Mrs. Manuel
off. Mrs. Edna Ch-auaar and
Mildred Bailey Every-
[interested in Reyna's de-
tion of daughter Marianne's
pier trip The Dade Coun-
chnnl teacher, with friends
Kramer and Carol Ger
if, doing intensive siphtsee-
Washington, DC, then in
York with emphasis on the
. Later, the girls will
rate, and Marianne will hie
ew Haven, the city which
ed so prominently in the
nation all afternoon, to
tier many friends and rela-
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David, and her mother.
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for them. Mrs. Milton Werner,
host at a Jardin Suisse luncheon,
with the Lombardy the setting
for Mrs. Florence Rudnick's soc-
ial .. Joining the travelers for
the trip through the Orient, son
Jay Bruce Hess Last stop lor
him will be Manila, where he'll
be returning to medical school
. Future doctor was first
American to be invited into the
Philippine honorary medical
fraternity Rest of the party
will continue through Europe,
cross the Atlantic to New York
and the Fair before touching
home base again.
* *
Anne (Mrs. Morris) Alpert, of
No. Bay Village, now in her home-
town, Springfield. Mass., planning
the finishing touches to the pre
nuptial luncheon for 100 guests
she is tendering granddaughter
Judith Cold ... To be held at the
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ried out in yellow with gold tulle,
miniature oranges, floral arrange
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ne's is an experienced hand at
making these affairs attractive,
this being the third for a grand-
daughter Most recent done in
pink last month for Fredcll Nuss-
baum. June bride of James Good-
kin The newlyweds. just re-
turned from Paris, are getting
settled in their Coral Gables
apartment Bride-to-be Jud-
ith is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami, where her bride-
groom. Norman Enteen, a local
educator, plans to do his post-
graduate work Following
their marriage on the 26th at
Sinai Temple in Springfield, the
couple will live in Miami.
i *
"Music to the ears" is the way
Shoshannah Spector describes the
sound of Hebrew heard in every
coiner of the Holy Land .. Is-
raeli-born Mrs. Spector, on the
faculty of the Hebrew Academy
since she came to this country
ten years ago. is spending the
summer studying at Hebrew V
in her native land .
Lively foursome when the Mil-
ton H. (Lila) Nadels entertained
newlywedded Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Kutner at dinner in the Gaucho
Room of the Americanna .
Much table talk about the Aug. 10
jaunt to Islamorada for the Nadels
and their four, Maria Helen 2.
Ronald 6. Bonnie 9, and outstand-
ing athlete Jeffrey 11, who re-
cently made All Star with Tropi-
cal Park Khoury Baseball League
. Later in the summer, it will
be a combination business and
pleasure trip, "a deux," for the
Nadels Milton, who'l man-
ager of the Eddie Harth Men's
Shop, will be interested in what
Manhattan is showing this year
for the snappy male dresser, and
Lila, New York City born and
bred, is excited about her first
visit back since 1948.
*
A. Finley Binder, of Tel Aviv,
in Miami this week visiting his
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Murray (Rtrttr)" Kauf-
man, of 1491 Lincoln Ter. .
While here, he was entertained
by his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ethel
Shochet, and brother-in-law, Fred
K. Shochet, publisher of The
Jewish FJoridian Among
others entertaining for him, Mr
and Mrs. Herman Blumenkranz
and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand
. Binder now on his way up
the East Coast through Balti-
more. Washington, DC, and
New York .
The Glover household not lack-
ing spiritual guidance this month
. On Monday, Mrs. Glover's
parents. Dr. and Mrs. Ekcziel
Landau, arrived for a visit .
Dr. Landau is spiritual leader
of United Hias Service and Con-
gregation Beth Israel in New
York City Early next month,
the Glovers are expecting her
brother. Rabbi Sol Landau, and
his wife, Gabriels, with their
children. Ezra 10, and Tamara
3 Co rabbi of Park Syria
ROgue, Cleveland. O.. Rabbi Lan-
dau is author of "Christian-Jew-
ish Relations" and "Length of
our Days."
The Louis Baidas spending two
weeks at the El San Juan Hotel
in Puerto Rico so that Anna will
be surrounded by exotic scenery
while recuperating from recent
surgery .
"Gettingaway-fromit-all" for
Selma and Murray Turetsky
meant leaving the children at
home during their two weeks
down Mexico Way for fun and
sightseeing .
A month long motor trip
through New York. New Jersey
and Pennsylvia for Mrs. Miriam
Mandel and her two, Sheri-Jo and
Eilene Had relatives and
friends to see in almost every
place they stopped, but holiday
time is over and they'll be home
this weekend.
Dentists Planning!
Summer Clinic
For July 30
Greater Miami Chapter of Alp!
Omega Dental Fraternity wi
ils annual summer table
program at the Columbus Hotel
Thursday, July 30, at 8 p.m.
Subjects presented will >
pass all phases of dentistry.
Members participating are Di ,
.Milton Lubarr. .Morton Reiss, W
liam Silver. Richard Deutsch. Bt
tram Goodhnrt. Alan Stoler, Ger-
ald Wernick. Edward Swig. I-.. ,
Weinsteio and Arnold Manni>
President of the local or.,
tion is Dr. 'Iliot Gordon. .
chairman of the clinic is Dr i
aid Wernick.
Holiday Package
At the Lombardy
Abe Getter and his asso
Sol Weiss, ol Sand-Ell K
Caterers, announce that the
will operate the Lombard}
and are offering patrons a 6JH
ial package deal during the ; .
Holiday.
Included arc luxurious hot
room at the Lombardy.
meals, including kiddush r.
and a well-known cantor
ducting religious services c-i U
premises.
Gefter has been operating ocea!
Iron! kosher hotels and offtr.i .
holiday package deals for the pi
20 years.
Weiss has been catering kosbi
meals to individuals and gro
for the past few years in Min
Beach. They will both join to oi
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Before their children went off to summer camp. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard M. Katzen. 6320 SW 62nd Ter., posed with (left to
right; Lynn Beth, David Edward and Bruce Alan. Katzen is
vice president of Norton Tire Company, on* of the nation's
largest B.F.Goodrich dealers. He has been associated with
Norton Tire since 1954 and is grand master of Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Lodge.
The Jewish Agency for Israel is given a citat;on "for 35 years
of service and devotion to the ideal of a Jewish homeland"
on the occasion of :ts 35th anniversary at the annual lunch-
eon cf the Social Service Division of the United Jewish Appeal
of Grecier New York. Mrs. Rose L. Halprin. chairman of the
Jewisn Agency-American Section, accepts the testimonial pla-
que from Monroe Goldwater, president of the United Jewish
Appeal of Greater New York.
DPhiEps Plan
Convention Here
Opening Aug. 24
Committee tr the Delta 1'hi
Epsilon Convention mel .it the
hum.- of the chairman, Mrs. Ethd
Chisling to discuss final plans lor
the convention at the Fontaine-
Meat! Hotel from Aug. 24 to 28.
Alumnae "f the sorority, no
matter what campus thus attend-
ed, arc being invited to partici-
pate in the convention.
In charge of information is Mrs.
Cecilia (Joseph1 Shopiro, of Miami
Beach, convention co-chairman
At the convention, the opening
dinner will be preceded by a re-
ception honoring Omega Chapter
and its 25th anniversary on the
University of Miami campus
Committee is composed of Mcs-
dames Chisling. Shopiro. Leonard
Kriedland. Wilbur Wishner. Stan-
ley Lester. J William Baro- Jr.
Ernest Harris, and Marvin B
Guberman
President of the Greater Miami
Alumnae Association, Mrs. 'klith
Elson. will also be present
Wednesday afternoon. Any. 26.
the convention will sponsor the
National Panhellenic Luncheon.
Dade Rep. .Mary Ann McKcnzie
will be guest speaker. On Satur-
day evening, Aug. 27, the formal
awards banquet "ill be held with
Dean May B Brun-on as guest
speaker.
Theatre Chain
Has Anniversary
Florida State Theatres are cele-
brating their 50th anniversar) dur-
ing the 196445 fall and winter
son. In connection with the cele-
bration. Florida State has an-
nounced the continuil -ram
of providing among the finest in
motion picture entertainment in
up-to-the-minute facilities
During 1964. Florida State Thea-
I instructed and opened new
theatre- in Fort Lauderdale, South
Miami and Orlando, and in keep
ins. uii): the expanding communi-
ties they an serving, they are now
structing new theatres m Hol-
lywood and Sarasota Further
plans are presently being dr.
to provide new modern theatres
for the expanding communities
Fort Myerv >t Petersburg
Gainesville, Daytona and other
Florida cities.
Beth David
Couples Active
Summer activities of the Beth
David Young Married Couples dur-
ing July included a swim part)
attended by Mr. and Mr- Fred
Chekanow. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Cohen. Mr and Mrs Bernard
Goldenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Neal
Levine. Mr and Mrs Herman
Schlussel. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Spector
Monthly coffee on July 15 was
held at the home of Dr and Mrs
Joseph Singer
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h\Y SON THE GOVERNOR
Irma and her liu-band. Dr. George Lister,
were calmly walchinn television when they got
a long distance eail lroni their .son. George Jr.,
in Tallahassee lie was attending a week ol
mock legislative sessions with government of-
ficials at Boys Slate sponsored by the American
Legion. They weren't cairn longer when they
heard the news lie had just oeen elected gov-
ernor. Irma and George took the early plane
and arrived in time to suprise their >on as he
was taking the oath of office.
*
THK M AND MS
Melvin- Hecht. whose engagement to Marcia
Sobel haa just been announced, says that from
now On, no doubt he and Marcia will be known
as the M and Ms. Lil and Paul Sobel had a
family dinner at the Sterling Hotel in honor of
the engagement of their daughter. The intimate
family group included the Rev. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Hecht, Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Schlossberg.
Dr. and Mrs. Hy Hecht. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Weinberg, Mrs. Reba Field and Helen Sobel. A
big engagement cake saying, "Best Wishes and
Love to Marcia and Mel. expressed everyone's
feeling.
*
TO SEE WHAT THEY COULD SEE
Natalie and Melvyn Krumkes with daughter
SherrJ left in their brand new Chevrolet to see
the U.S.A. First they went to Washington to
visit aD places of historic interest, including
Arlington Cemetery. On to New York, where
tickets for five shows awaited them. Sherri
flew back to Miami, and Natalie and Mel drove
to Ashevillc. N.C where they are second honey-
mooning at the Grove Park Inn.
<<
IN THE GARDEN
Lili (Mr.- Joseph i Duntov has company
Lesley (Mrs Maurice) Lev is visiting with her
children, Peter Itenjamin and Bonita Jane. They
left Dr, Lev at home in Chicago, being very
busy as usual as director of research of the
Congential Heart and Training Center in the
Hekton Institute Sunday night supper in the
DuntOV garden was tops in comestibles, as well
as conversatmn Lesley, who is "veclcly" in
British, made an English trifle that was out of
this world. Mrs Aida Novela, formerly trom
Havana, made her specialty, a delicious Cuban
flam.
Much talk was exchanged among Mrs. No-
vel*, Anna Brenner Meyers and her husband.
Ben. At the same table were Mr. and Mrs
Jasha? Fischermaii F.sther and Sidney Schwartz
were tatting to Olga Priluchi whose husband.
Alexander, couldn't join the party because he
had to be at the Bloch Auditorium early, where
he is concertmaster for the "Pops" concerts.
Eve Sermoneta was there, too, full of the course
she is taking at the University of Miami, a slight
change from teaching high school in Jackson-
ville. Ann (Mrs. Max) Resnick, smart in a
black and white outfit, dropped in later. The
Levs and Lili Duntov are delightfully anticipat-
ing a drive to Sanibel Island to go shelling.
* *
NEWS ABOUT THIS AND THAT
Minnie Feinberg writes from Israel that she
dunked her toes in the River Jordan. At the
ZOA House in Tel Aviv, she watched Irving
Firtel. of Miami Beach, who was guest of honor
for the day, give the blessing .
Estelle and Bill Brenner's daughter Liz. now
Mrs. J. Patterson Drew, senior writer for the
Congressional Quarterly in Washington, DC. is
the proud recipient of one of President Lyndon
Johnson's pens. Liz stood right next to him
when he signed the Civil Rights Bill. He handed
her the second pen.
* *
A HAPPY HOUR
Many happy hours are spent out in Miami ]
Shores, but this particular "Happy Hour" was
given by Del (Mrs. Raymond) Rubin as a fare-
well party for Gladys (Mrs. Myron) Cowan, who
is going to Europe with her two daughters and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lavigne.
Among guests were Peggy (Mrs. Stuart) Gordon.
Marcclla Hofmaycr, Jean (Mrs. Alan) Kahn,
Esther (Mrs. Albert) Green, Joan (Mrs William1
Lehman and Lois (Mrs. Irv) Beinhorn. The
girls gave Del a grand welcome back into the
fold. Two years as president of any organiza-
tion takes two years of chitchat away, no mat-
ter what the Nominating Committee chairman
says Del has been president of Greater Miami
Section. National Council of Jewish Women, for
the past two years.
COME AS YOU ARE
Eleven o'clock at night. Florence Cooper
man sat down and called her friends to come
to dinner Saturday night "dressed just as you
are." Her own husband was in the shower while
she phoned. Lots of the other guests were too.
because Joan and Jerry Union and Fran and
Joe Gardner came draped in towels. Audrey
and Leon I'nger were in pajamas ready for bed,
as were Shirley and Marv Rauzin. Joni and
Stanley Tate were in slacks, but Janice and Nat
Lee were all dressed up. They were on their
way out when Florence called. Everyone
brought a bathing suit to go swimming. Dinner
was served on the patio around the pool.
FRANCES LEHMAN
Cantor Feldman At Or Olom
Temple Or Olom, 8755 SW 16th
St., will introduce its new cantor,
Nico Feldman, at the annual
membership dance Saturday even-
ing in the Temple auditorium.
Cantor Feldman, a native of
Turnu Severin, Rumania, has
served as cantor in Paris, France,
and in Israel. Since coming to
the United States, he has con-
ducted services in Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts and New York.
Trained originally for the opera.
Cantor Feldman has been singing
in the religious field for only a
few years.
Cantor Feldman is a graduate
of the Italian Academy of Music".
He became first tenor with the
Tel Aviv Opera Company in Israel
and remained for eight seasons,
singing leads in over 50 major
parts in the French and Italian
repertories. He has performed
over BBC in London on both radio
and television, as well as in
Fiance. North Africa, Spain, Por-
tugal, and South America.
A highlight in Cantor Feldman's
career came last season when he
was asked to sing a holiday ser-
vice for which Jan Peerce was
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Nasser Rejects Nikita's Offer For Scientists
-, WASHINGTON JTA) Sov-
>-t Premier Nikita Khrushchev
.as offered to President Nasser
plan for replacing the West i
^ erman scientists now at work in
.'.gypt on mas- destruction weap-
ons and rockets aimed at Israel
^ ith Russian experts, and the of-
*;r has been turned down, accord-
* lg to reports reaching Washing-
im from C. and Bonn
; This was learned from official
^ ources "Sfe.eli revealed also that
lasser is b< % -eeking official state
,' rivitathniS < Bonn and Paris to
ffset the -uece.-slul visit of Is-
' eal Prime Minister Levi Kshkoi
> WashSti 'i an,I Paris.
It was reported that Nasser
expressed preference for retain-
ing German technicians and
purchasing components for his
weapons development projects
from West Germany although
this costs him hard currency.
Russian technicians would have
been available on long range,
easy terms, payable in Egyptian
currency, according to reports
on hand here.
These facts began emerging
here and in Bonn after Egyptian
officials commented with great ap-
proval on the rejection by the Re-
publican National Convention of a
platform provision offered by
Sen. Kenneth B Keating, of New
York.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
In htr high school Year Book hack in Philadelphia
vhtre Joan Baron was born and raised, the caption read.
"She's going to teach her own children ." Although Joan
. ent to the I niversity of Pennsylvania to study elemen-
tary education, -he didn't use her knowledge to teach
In tact, college was merely a .-top gap until the time was
right for her marriage to Louis, whom she had known
tor yean. As an only child. Joi
childhood was influenced by the
kind of life her parents led; the)
were always interested in charity
and organizations. Her father was
president of the Masonic League
of America. When son Randy was
two months old. the Barons mov-
ed to Miami, where Wendy was
born.
since Joan had been active in
Junior ORT. it was only natural
that she should join Women's
American ORT here. She was
president of the Southeastern
Florida Region. Since she herself
feels so strongly the need for edu-
cation, and since ORT i- world-
wide, teaching modern -kills to build and rebuild human
lives, the organization appealed to her from the start.
For the last six years. ORT has taken up all of her time,
itfa the exception ol working for the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation
Realizing how much community welfare depends upon
omen. Joan has made a promise to herself to organize
ORT work so that .-he can participate more fully in
community affairs. When Joan -ay- she's going to do
- tmetbing, it is as good as done. One of her hobbies is
. Orking with flowers She has taken several courses,
C tiding one from Pansy Flaum. U|U| at Lindsay Hop-
kins Vocational School She has spent hours around flow
er shops. She takes arrangements apart and finds out
\.hat make- them stay together.
Her specialty, besides floral arrangements, is making
those gorgeou* trees for Norman Klein She remembers
>nce making a hundred cor-ages for ORT. but with the
current membership, a hundred corsages wouldn't even
be a drop in the bucket Cooking is also one of Joan's
favorite indoor hobbies, but she only likes to cook when
there's I big gang to cook for She has been collecting
Royal Vienna plates for years.
The whole family likes, the sam" things, flower shows,
antique shows and working on their coin collection to-
gether. Because the children wanted a dog. Toby, a white
French pcodle. became part of the household. Now Toby
ears to bl mother.- dog instead ol the children's. In
addition, Joan raised parakeet- at one time for her father.
she's an expert With he, pleasant smile. Joan said. "1
nk that I am the best pool car driver in these parts "
loan dot a lot of "best" other activities, too,
t
Waxmun Vows In Rabbi's Study
lormer Mr- Harriet Kon
..-:' and Gilbert Waxman were
i on Thursday. July 16. in
I Joseph Narot's study at
ttple Israel.
Both active in civic and philan-
tic affairs of the area for
years, the DOW Mrs. Wax-
i- a member of the Shore
I nit of the Cancer Society, and
her husband serves on the board
of the Civic League and of Tem-
ple Israel.
The couple will take an extend
ed honeymoon cruise in the fall.
Mr. Waxman and his bride are
living at 920 No. Shore Dr.
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Marilyn Joy Rudes and Nelson
Robc:t Zide were married Sunday.
July 1!. in a candlelight, double
ring ceremonj at the Seville
Hotel
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mr- Manuel Rude-. 6120
Twin Lakes Dr. and granddaugh-
ter ol Mrs, Lena Rosen and the
late Alexander Rosen. The groom
is the son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Zide, 6400 Miller Dr.
Fur her wedding, the bride
chose a floor length -heath of peau
de soie. The fitted bodice had .i
yoke of alencon laee at the boat
neckline. and lace appliques
trimmed the long pointed sleeves.
1 he bottom of the slim skirt was
encircled by an overlay of lace,
and the full detachable tram was
held in place by a flat tailored
bow.
The imported lace headpiece
AHDRtA KAUfMANH
James Daniels
Will Wed Miss
Miss Kaufmann
To Wed in Fall
Mr. and Mrs Louis K |
Marseilles Dr announce ,1*
gagemenl ol then- .Ui^ ]
drca Lee Kaufmann. to
Grevtor, son ol Mr and
Nathan Grevtor, Tiltoi \ u
The bride-elect is .11964
uate. with honors. 0f
Beach High, where he -e
president ol the Opt m..'
there. As a representative oh
c .ill), -he \> a- nani.-ii Florida!
Miss "i the Year and also
ol Opti Mi-- She ;
the School of Me heal Techs
in Concord, N 11
Mr. Grevtor 1- an ilumoaj]
Tilton Academy
The engaged coui l<
married on Oct. 10 al tl
Hotel.
of Miami Beach
Alice Jarman
W n< 1 Ku ini
MKS. NUSON 1IDI
held the four tiered fingertip ll-
lu-ion veil. She carried a cascade
of white orchids and stephanotis
on a white bridal Bible
Mrs. Arnold Kaye and Linda
Mandel were matron and maid ol
honor Joanne Ross and Ifona
Beth Alt man served as brides
maids Alicia Rosen and Cheryl
Kaye were flower girls. The
bride's -ister and brother-in-law.
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Altman,
were escorts to the bridal part)
Stuart Lieberman was best man
Barry Rudes. brother of the bride.
Joel Kutnik and Nolan Atlm.in
ushered Serving as ring bearer
was Charles Cullotto.
The bride i- a graduate of Coral
GaUea High, and attended Dacle
County Junior College and the
Iniversity of Miami.
1 The groom graduated from
Miami Senior High and the I'm
. versity of Miami, where he was
president of Caviliars and a mem-
ber of Phi Eta Sigma. At pres-
ent, he is a junior at the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine
and a member of l'hi Delta Ep-
silon and Student American Med-
ical Association.
On their return from a hone)
moon in Nassau, the newlyweds
will live in Coral Gables
A September wedding 1- plan-
ned int'.ecu .lame- Flint Daniels,
' Miami Beach, and Miss Alice
Ann Jarman, ol West port, 'nun.
He is the son of Alfred II Dan
iels, president ol Burdine's and
\ cc president ol Feden ted De
partment Stores, Inc and Ada M
Damei- ol Ne York
His fiance 1- the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Rufus E. Jarman
Mr Jarman 1- a writer
The groom to-be graduated cum
laude from Harvard College class
ol 1J62. and now attend- Harvard
Law School. His pro pective bride
1- also .1 rei enl graduate, cum
laude. of Wheaton College in Nor-
ton, Mass
Miss Warshaw
To Wed Attorney
Mr. and Mr- Philip R War-
shaw, ot 422 S.W. 25th Rd are
announcing the engagement of
then- daughter, Staci, to bhepard
P Lesser, sun .it Mr. and Mrs
Joseph I esser ot Weal Palm
Beach. Both families are long
time resident- ol Florida.
An alumna ol Miami Beach
High, where .-he was president of
rhespians, the bride elect attend
the L'niversit) ol Florida grad-
ted from the University of
Miami and i- now teaching in
Miami A member ol Florida
Players, she has appeared in set
eral theatrical presentations, ami
served a- secretary and ritualist
i Alpha Epsilon Phi, social sor
' 1 it)
Her fiance 1- a cum laude grad-
uate Of the Iniversity ,>f Florida
and received an LLB degree from
the universit) t law school He
served a- president ol Men's
Council and of Tan Kappa Alpha.
honorary forensic society Frat-
ernities he hold- membership in
include Tan Fpsilon Phi. social,
Phi Beta Kappa, honorary, and
Phi Alpha Delta, honorary legal
Now practising law with his
father in West Palm Beach. Mr
Le.-ser is active in the commun
Ity's civic atfair-
A wedding In August is being
planned
i
MISS JAUt SANDY GO0DMM
Jane Goodman
Going to Camp1*
At Tel Yehuda
Mr and Mrs Ira 1.
North Miami Beach.
; bon voyage barbeci
daughter. Jane Ranch -m-1
leaving for a month Ol .uri'.B
lamp Tel Yehuda in
t r a year in Israe
Rand) 1- a graduab
brew Academy in -hin.a"
D.C.. Bias Yaakox
for Girls in Baltimoi Md *j
Miami Norland Seniol
hi 11
Her -.ear m Israel
five month- ol rej
study in Jerusalem. <"'<
-pent on a mosha\.
on a kibbutz and <
tour of Europe. Rand) hope*
er to continue her studies at
College in New York
Linda Miller and Sti
both of Miami, will join Ras4f|
her trip to Israel s|
Young Judaea
Tifereth Jacob Swim Party
Temple Tifereth Jacob 1- spon-
soring a swim party and wiener
roast at the Harold Kravitl i>ool
and patio. 254 E. 5th St Hialeah.
on Saturday, Aug. 1 at H p.m. An
old-fashioned bathing -int contest.
prizes and entertainment will be
included
Temple Sinai Dinner Dance
Temple Sinai of North Dado will
hold an installation dinner dance
and show at the Balmoral Hotel
in Bal Harbour on Aug. 29.
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'A^IANY times during the year,
r i often wonder what to
Be.*?' r a particular social tune
H>n From the casual evening at
ftmi e's home to the luncheons
^d evening affairs sponsored by
organization, dozens of read-
have called to ask what to
^ftai ir a gathering. The prob-
^n is \ en more perplexing when
^ftu srj not a member of the
in.- ing group and don't know
i ..in how the women there
Jj- Hub Loring always pre-
) underdresa rather than
i -v and simplicity is her
i When the invitation
t< that Hack tie is optional,
ises a gown, since in her
n. gowns art elegant, lovely.
d ainine, At luncheons or at
..ire. one sees everything
i! ittons to cocktail suits, but
ring teels correct in either
a s: r linen sheath. Necklines
re finitely plunging this
Has but Mrs. Loring feels that
yci age should be saved for
OJ^o;- rnial oci
IS. Leonard Davidson evalu
i.es first where she is going.
'.derplays the dress she se
For the dinner dance.
r- there is an orchestra, she
to go all the way. with bout-
gowns and decolletAge, but
1 daytime card party or
Bl Oil, she doesn't think there
li ae y>o much exposure.
. nally from Chicago, she
i daytime social functions re-
I ( a hat and gloves. And
;n Miami, she declares
:i a uniform with me."' The
i polltan type of dress is her
< she like-; to dress, and
D care for many casual
"This i strictly my own
Mrs Davidson declared,
U (led that I like to see oth
i --cd anil icels the same
v hen competition is good.
it makes everyone more style-
conscious." Wearing the proper
attire gives a feeling of addi-
tional poise and makes the wom-
an more charming and attrac-
tive, in her view.
Mrs. Joseph Reisman has a
few basic stand bys and never
teels out of place. The sheath,
pearls, and earrings take her
almost everywhere. The even
ing at a friend's home, when you
are in doubt whether to wear a
dress or slacks, is no problem to
her. She always wears a dress,
Silk sheaths are her favorite,
and sometimes a silk linen. The
basic black is an old stand-by.
as well, although she recently
bought a shocking pink silk.
THE decision as to whether to
wear a cocktail dress or a
gown poses no problem to Mrs.
Reisman. Her choice is the
cocktail dress When the invita-
tion calls for black tie. she
knows to wear a gown. Her hus-
band likes to see her dress
lormally and encourages her to.
but she prefers to be under-
dressed. She leans toward the
cocktail dress so that she doesn't
have to worry about being one
ot the few in a gown.
When invited to someone's
home for the evening, she thinks
that it is the obligation of the
hostess to advise her guests
about attirefrom the casual
affair to the more elegant party.
When guests arrive and are cor-
rectly dressed, they feel "in
place" and are more comfort-
able. This makes for a more
pleasant evening for all.
Having spent a great deal of
time in Richmond and Atlanta.
Mrs. Reisman still isn't accus-
tomed to the casual dress ol
Miamians. In those southern
Cities, you just don't wear slacks;
you always wear a dresseven
to visit and sit and chat.
Temple Beth Sholom's Auditorium is turned
into a combination blood donor center and res-
taurant as the Temple's Brotherhood launches
the Beth Sholom Blood Bank. Dr. Mark Cirlin,
director ol blood procurement at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, his assistants and technicians conduct
the operation as the Brotherhood provides a
hearty breakfast for everyone who donates
blood. Standing are Jack Shapiro, Brotherhood
president, hospital technician. Dr. Cirlin, Har-
vey E. Kramer, Paul Stern. Mrs. Paul Stem.
Mn.. Manuel Luck and Philip Davis. Harold
Granoff, chairman of the Brotherhood's Blood
Bank is not shown.
2,500 Attend Independence Day Rally on Miami Beach
Independence Day rally on July
4 at the Miami Beach Auditorium,
presented by Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge and sponsored by
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Assn., attracted over 2,500.
Joseph L. Goodman chaired the
evening and acted as master of
ceremonies. The music was fur-
nished by the Musician's Union
Local l>55, with Miss Billie O'Day,
conductor.
Color guard was presented by
Jewish War Veterans. Miami
Beach Post 330. and the Star
Spangled Banner was sung by
Joseph Malek. Invocation was
given by Dr. Irving Lehrman. of
Temple Emanu-El.
Addresses were given by Mayor
Melvin Richard, of Miami Beach.
Circuit Judge Henry Balaban. Rev.
Edward T. Graham, of the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church, and the prin-
cipal address on the "The Mature
American.'* was delivered by Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, dean of the
University College. University of
Miami.
Irving Shatzman. honorary life
president of the lodge, presented
ode Federal
omotes Two
.-((,". M. Lipton. president,
e Federal Savings and Loan
ciation, announced this week
election of Richard Gardinier,
aisal section ol the mortgage
art-: ent, to assistant vice pres-
t ; nd Mrs. Jean Burbage. of
api ..cation section of the mort-
; nepartment. to assistant
et;.
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ind hi been with Dade Federal
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Greater Miami Chapter of Phi
Sigma Delta Fraternity Alumni
met this week at the Miami Play-
boy Club to finalize plans for the
organization's national convention
opening Sept. 2 at the Eden Roc
Hotel on Miami Beach. Miami
Beach Summer Pops Conductor
Barnett Brceskin was guest speak-
er at the meeting. Alan Fiske is
program chairman for the local
alumni chapter.
Miamian Wins Award
Bernard Rapoport. president of
American Income Life Insurance
Company of Indianapolis, Ind.. has
selected Sid Jacobs, of South Mi-
ami, as a 'Leader of the Year''
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the annual Leaders' Conference to
be held July 2-S through 27 in Gulf-
port. Miss. He ranks first among
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By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
The Whole Wide World is His Classroom
u
Oh. he comes
from Alabama
You can tell n
by his style-
drawl, strut, rose-
colored glMSM
gather your
pleasures while
ou may, and dignity and right
ill out so no pushing now.
"Alabama Bill" is his name,
hat's how the salesmen and
i jstomers on his used car lots
now him. and there's no high
owered hawking, and the style
s easy. Mr. Lehman, the Bltg-
sh teacher, is also his name
he students at Norland High
chool know him as the teacher
ho translates dry. required
eading into a language they can
nderstand and even enjoy. He
> also husband, father, graduate
udent. tennis player
Shaping the Person
Now you know him. and now
m don't. Will the real William
oh man please stand up?
Possibly, the key to the puzzle
.in be found in the poet's words:
Each man in his time plays
lany parts William Lehman
ist decided to play them simul-
ineously rather than in se-
aence.
Horn and raised in Selma, da..
' e graduated from the Cniver-
ty of Alabama with honors. In
l>le to accept a teaching fellow-
Plan Mauthausen Memorial
'IENNA (WNSi Planned
istruction of a memorial mus-
m at the site of the infamous
/i concentration camp at
iiithau^en. where thousands were
led. was announced here this
ck by the Austrian Govern-
nt.
ship because of the death of his
father. Mr. Lehman went to work
for a finance company in Miami.
In 1936. he opened his first used
car lot at 745 NE 2nd Ave.
Due to the imminence of the
war. Lehman enrolled at the Em.
bry Riddle School of Aviation
and got a license as an aircraft
mechanic. In 1943. Embry Rid-
dle sent him to Brazil, where he
instructed for the Brazilian Air
Force.
Adjusting to the casualness of
Brazilian life presented no prob-
lem for Lehman and his wile.
Joan, who shares his enthusiasm
for the light touch. In 1946. the
family returned to Miami and
"Alabama Bill" opened the most
northern (geographically speak-
ing) used car lot in town at NW
7th Ave. and 71st St.
Alabama Bill" is a man who
has faith in harmony Walk
toftly through the jungle but
with awareness and respect, and
it must follow that the jungle will
sustain you It is. after all.
simple.
fulfilled" with organization
work, including United Fund and
secretary to the board of Temple
Israel, he decided to get hi>
teacher's certificate.
Nn. his i- no revolt against the
hie ol the businessman in Amer-
ica
"The mystique of business en
compasses character develop
tnent," he said. "Being in the
market place shapes a person.
A businessman is creative and
his business style an extension
ot his personality I have never
longed for the Ivory Tower. But
I am always looking for new ex-
periences, for new roles to play
Most people waste time instead
of using it. Playing cards and
spectator sports and 90 per cent
of television and 95 per cent of
movies are a waste of time."
WIUIAM LIHMAN
man of many parts
In 1959, Lehman was a success
ful businessman. Me decided to
go back to school. Not entirely
Food Chains Eye Close Cooperation
Closer cooperation among the
world's food chain store operators,
food processors and manufacturers
was recommended by Myer B
Ifarcus, president of the Interna
tional Association of Food Chain
Store*, a- a means to achieving
an efficient worldwide system of
lood distribution
Commenting on his return from
the recent convention of the in-
ternational group in Nice. France.
Marcus, who also is executive
vice president of Food Fair Stores.
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More than 400 delegates of chain
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6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M.
the trade school as is done ia
many European countries."
~ AK for women* and thei^pduta-
tion. Mr Lehman believes that
their training should be no dif
ferent from a boy's. "A female."
he said, "is a person first and
should seek and maintain her
identity as a man does Perhaps
then, at thirty five or forty, when
their children no longer con
Bumc them, they will nut be
anxious and depressed."
Many Roles
stores and manufacturers attend
ed. They represented 25 coun-
tries
"II chain store operators ere
to meet the demands of expand-
ing population and improved
economies throughout the world,"
said Marcus, "we must have
free exchange of ideas and in-
formation.
"This, plus a closer working
relationship with agricultural
groups, food processors and man-
ufacturers, is vital to the develop
ment of an efficient worldwide
system of food distribution." he
added.
Now he keeps a weather eye
on his business, teaches English,
reads. pla\ s tennis and harbors
a sense of well-being. He also
holds an individual viewpoint on
teaching methods
"I've found that my students
are only receptive for about hall
of the period. There's no sense
teaching longer than that The
rest of the time I give them DUS)
work. he said. "And only
about 25 per cent of the kids
have the intellectual capacity
and desire for academic work
The other kids arc just lrustr.it
ed They should be diverted to
Middle Closs Syndrome
The Lehman home, almost
baronial in proportion, looms
over the Grand Concourse In
Miami Shoresa street whose
name is both physically and so
cially definite To the casual
observer, it appears the gram;
niche of successful Americai
caught in the thrall of gigantism
But inside .loan Lehman's sculp
tore and abstract paintings and
"Alabama Bill's" books and
typewriter, the middle class
syndrome is successfully dispul
ed.
This summer. Mr Lehman
will travel to Vermont When
he returns, he will be yet anothei
man. For wriggling around hi>
heart and mind are thoughts t
be articulated, insights to he re
corded Hopefully, he will lie
William Lehman, author
Surfside Seeks Conventions
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process of having a brochur
made to attract conventions to the
community Of Surfsule. The Ceil
ter at Surfside is capable or'
handling small and informal con
ventions Chairman of the
vent ion Committee is Ben 1
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bion This Week on AJCong. Action at Fair
24. 1964
fJenisti flcradfiaun
Pcge 9-3
Special Report
_EW Tokk .i.i.l.:,' iicrnard
bin, Of Queens County Crimi
Court, as I" Ik '! 'U.il ai un
lit IHrsday in the case of 12
^HBf ""' American Jewish
who were tried last
for disorderly conduct af-
fting the Jordanian Pavi-
Bie World' Fair on May
Howard M Squadron, .i national
rice president nt the American
lewish Congress who is serving
Ht special cmni-el lor the ornani-
ition in the ease, was to make
^Hain points, taken from his
Ibmitted to the court:
Mshe Jordanian Pavilion of-
a regulation of the World's
| Corporation which bars
^ration of a concession or
which reflects dis-
upon any nation or
|B"1I>< World's
tion ct- unconstitutionally when
it pAvents peaceful and orderly
picket i en the streets (it the
World'- I-'.Hi' to acquaint visitors
to 4Bf Jordan Pavilion with the
Jewish response to the mural
m*Z.ge."
Aatcr the trial, which ended
Jung 17. Judge Duhin told the de-
fetsfcn'-. headed by Dr. Joachim
PriBZ president ol the Congress:
"1 am persuaded by the cvi-
daace and hy your own character
that you wire not disorderly hut
acted iii .u\ entirely peaceful man-
ner.
ar
JHttzv*!*
Steven Freedman
r Mitzvah of Steven Freed
man. .-on ol .Mr- Sonia Wcrtchal-
ter and Stanley Freedman, was
to he celebrated on Thursday
roori .;. July 2.\. during mincha
.services at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Steven will en-
ter eighth grade
it Ida M Fish-
r Junior High
n Stepmbcr. He
lilays clarinet in
'he school band,
1 jnd his hobbies
ire coin collect-
112, swimming
"and sports.
A reception in'
celebrant's honor was to be
on Thursday evening at the.
ketian Isle Motel.
PJTe for the occasion were to,
Steven's greatgrandfather.
|hs Freedman, as well as his|
pndparents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
ke and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
edman.
'even freedman
"The only issue I must decide
is whether your action in vio-
lating the World's Fair anti-
picketing regulation also consti-
tutes violating the penal law of
New York."
On (his point. Squadron was to
argue thai the right to picket on
public -trects extends also to the
walkways ill trout of the Jordan-
ian Pavilion. lie was to cite
Chapter 892(3) of the 1962 Laws
ol New York which stales:
"A violation of any provision of
law relating to safety or the prcs-
ei ration of order occurring on
the streets, roads, highways, side-
walks or walkways of the property
under the jurisdiction of the New
Yerk World's Fair 1864*65 Cor
poratton shall be deemed to have
occurred on a public street, road,
highway, sidewalk or walkway and
no! on private property."
The American Jewish Congress
brief adds: "The World's Fair Cor-,
poration ... is trying to have its
cake and eat it too. Having ob-
tained from the Legislature a
declaration that its pathways
-hall be deemed public, it now
complains when citizens take that
declaration seriously. It cannot
be allowed to have it both ways.
Enjoying (he benefits of (he Leg-
islature's declaration, it must also
accept all the normal conse-
quences "
After reviewing toe various
Statutes under which the land was
leased to the Fair corporation by
the city, the brief comments:
"In sum, the Fair has been
set up on public property, for
public purposes, to serve the
public and with a view to ob-
taining the patronage of as many
of the public as possible. The
full powers of government have
been mobilized to these ends.
"The Fair is not a private en-
clave. The government has done
all that it can to make sure that
the public will he there. The cases
make it very clear that the gov-
ernment may not, at the same
time, say that members of the
public cannot exercise constitu-
tional rights when they get there "
On (he issue of interference with
the other persons attending the
Fair, the brief declares:
The Fair is not a mindless Mil-1
(own world of amusement and I
recreation offering endless enter-1
tainment spectaculars for the |
titillalion of children of all ages,
from which thought-provoking
ideas must be excluded. In fact,
the Fair's tax-exempt status de-
rives from its educational func-
tions, not its amusement func-
tions. It is specious to suggest
that permitting free speech on the
Fair streets would spoil the pleas-
ure of the Fairgoer and intrude
on his rights."
C. Irving Dwork, national sec-
retary of the Congress, was also
charged with resisting arrest.
Judge Dubin found him not
guilty of the charge after TV
newsreel films were projected in
the darkened courtroom showing
that he had peacefully surrend-
ered his placard to the police
and entered the police car in
front of the Jordanian Pavilion
only 12 seconds after being plac-
ed under arrest.
Two members of the World's
Fair police had testified earlier
that Dwork had acted in an "agi-
tated" manner, had refused to
give up his placard and had not
entered the police car for some
two minutes after being ordered
to do so. The placard Mr Dwork
carried had the legend:
"American Jewish Congress
Seeks Peace Through Understand-
ing. Jordan Incites War Bigo-
try."
"Peace througii understanding"
is the theme of the New York
World's Fair.
In addition to Dr. Prinz and
Dwork. the American Jewish Con-
gress officers arrested for picket
ing the Jordanian Pavilion at the
World's Fair were
Theodore Bikel. a national
vice president and former presi-
dent of the AJC'osgress Brooklyn
division;
Mrs. Howard Levine. of Wesl
Orange. N.J.. a vice president of
the AJCongress national Women's
Division;
Theodore R Mann. Philadel-
phia attorney and a national vice
president of the Congress;
Mrs. Hilda Prinz. of Orange,
N.J., wife of Dr. Joachim Prinz.
mother of five and chairman of
(he Commission on International
dale Horn the Bronx for the House
of Representativeav-aanr-aaaai
Mrs. Benjamin Spiegel, of
Fiusli flg, membership chain
of the National Women- Divi-
Affairs of the AJCongress Nation-
al Women's Division: i m < Mrs, Martin Steinberg, "I
Harry Schactcr, of Yonker-. Brooklyn, national president of
the AJCongress W< men I
N Y., a national vice president;
James H. Scheuer. chair
man of the Executive Committee
of the AJCongress Metropolitan
Council and a Democratic candi-
sion; and
Robert Wechs
campaign chairman
gress.
I( r, 191 64
Of AJCon-
JACOB flZOUY
Azulay to Study
In Israel
Jacob Daniel Azulay. son ol 1
bi and Mrs. Shimon Azulay. 17420
NE 13th Ave.. No. Miami Beach.
will leave Aug. 10 on the SS Sha-
lom for a year of study in Yeshivat
Kereni Beyavreh in Israel.
Azulay. who is a graduate of 'he
Hebrew Academy, .studied for '.he
past four years in the Hebrew
Theological College in Chicago and
at Roosevelt University, where he
just received a Bachelor of A -
degree in education.
He was granted a scholars :>
from the Religious Culture Dtp
ment of the Jewish Agency to
study in the Yesnivah in isr. i
and upon his return he will < in-
finite in the Hebrew Theologi I
College lor his rabbii ical deg
and also post-graduate work at
university
Chase Federal's 30th Anniversary
The current dividend period
marks the 30th anniversary of one
of the area's leading financial in-
stitutions. Chase Federal Savings
and Loan Association From a
-mall beginning in 1934. with
assets at that time of a little more
than $10,000, the Association has
grown to S160 million. On the
national scale. Chase Federal
ranks in the top luo largest sav-
ings ands loan associations.
Originally opening on Lincoln
Road in 1934, the organization has
i xpanded to give county-wide ser-
vice, of (he six offices, four *re
00 Miami Beach, one in the 163rd
Street Shopping Center, and the
sixth office in South Dade on So.
Kendall Drive at IS 1.
AJCommittee in Report
NEW YORK iwns '.
American Jewish Committee this
week released a 72-page report i -
cussing its efforts on behalf of
the Jewish yishuv in Palestine
prior to 1948 and on behalf of Is-
rael since its emergence in nu-
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vJenistifkricfian
Friday. July .4, 15J
n\ Dr. Drosd Tells About Hope Ship
Thirteen Metro judqes take the oath of office
July 18 as administered by District Appeals
Court Judqe Thomas Barkdull. Front row. from
left, are Thomas G. O'Connell. Mattie Belle
Davis. Thomas Balikes. Gercld Klein. C. P.
Rubeira and Fred H. Barad. Back row, from
left, Arthur Winton, John A. Tanksley, Arthur
Maginnis, Glenn B. Smith, William Piquette,
Robert Deehl and Thomas E. Lee.
Agudath Israel In 13th Year
This Saturday observed by
world Jewry as the "Sabbath
ol Comfort Ye will mark 13
years lince Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute, 7801 Carlyle Aye..
\ i] founded by its spiritual lead-
er. Rabbi Isaac Hlrsh Ever.
dn Aug. 17. 1951, which was also
the "Sabbath of Comfort," the
synagogue celebrated the openirr
ol it> extensive
giant services
ties
program of reli-
and social activi-
Rabbi Ever has been an active
leader in Zionist, civic and reh-
gious organizations in the United
state- Agudath Israel's members
today include some 600 families.
Plans are being formulated to
celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of the
synagogue with a banquet and
journal.
Following thi> Saturday morn-
ing*S services, the men's groups
and Sisterhood will host a special
kidduab m honor of the anniver-
sary celebration
LEGAL NOTICE
"|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AMD COR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63&82A
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CIRCUIT COURT. NTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No 64C -.06-
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Plaintiff,
m I'i'i.iN'K l.-.risi- ri-.iT7.ny
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y< i MAPKLINE 1'il'lSK KR1TZ-
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Hi \. r i.i- i i.:.-. Ivai la
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RKOK'IK Nl'-il. H,AH. 112 N.W. 12th
Avi Miami, l la., and file original
Clerk i I'i'urt nii r before
A .- lei -,: I '. i Iw......iplalnl
will -'i
HATED Jul) 21,
>: B I.i. \-'-iii;i:\i.\N, Clerk
(-..', H. C1 ilKI.ANl'
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; 21-31, s 7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 6J88BA
IN i:K Rotate '
MARY HAIIRON
11,........I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All lT< ii;- i- and Mi Peraon Hjiv-
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Estate: _
V,. .,,.- hei l>> notified and ri -
quired to !" nl ns ';<'"'- ""' '''"
......ii. of MARY RARRON de-
. aaed lat ( 1'< Count> Florida,
i,, hi. County Judges of Hade '
!\ and fill the em< In dtipllcai
.,'* provided In H Holt ISS-IS,
Ktatuti a. In th< offl i" "'
iv Coui Ihouae in I :
Ida, Ith ii alendai
Dr. Rudolph E. Drosd was fea-
tured speaker al a special lather-
ing of the medical staff and em-
ployees of Alt- Sinai Hospital on
Tuesday evening in the UmiIi b
Wolfson Auditorium
Dr. Drosd discussed his recently
completed months service on the
'Hope Ship. WHOM purpose is to
bring medical and health educa
tion to underdeveloped countries
The Hope Ship." which stands for
Health Opportunities for People
Everywhere," was originated by
former President Eisenhower dur-
ing his term in office, and is sup-
ported by private funds
South Pacific
Caters Privately
Or. Drosd sp June on the Hope" i Scuta
where he and 34 other |-.
board tauisht their ape
local physicians, intern-
dents.
According to Dr. Dro>
i- staffed by doctors \\ l
for a period of one to tv
at a time and who le
home ports and Join th<
wherever it is based for
iod I)r Drosd said
years ago the vhip wer
nd stu.
-ii up
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I heir
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where it left a permani I
pedic project in Viet N | asl
year in Trujillo, Peru,
nent project 'o develop .
pital and medica] school
lished
Res
coin
anil dancing, is now
for catered affairs
South Pacific Polynesian
taurant, long known for its
plete dinner^
available
Tallies are planned to 111 the
individual's budget, and include
functions to South Pacifies tropi-
cal gardens and private dining
gi eas
South Pacific will cater lor all
occasions lrom 20 to 200 Joe
Cass i.s m charge.
South Pacific is south ol Holly
v nod on Biscayne Blvd.ST
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and
Florida
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SIMON. HATH (I I ;i:i M'W KRO
\ltorn. v* for k-i. U
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.Miami. I--1..I iia MISS T 24- '
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA
No. 64C 8028
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vm. JAMKH MH'H.VEL MII.I.KJAN
: Ti Her Avi ihu-
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notified i" > i m- ropj of your
answer lo Divorce Complain! filed
n-i \..u .-ii I'lnimiffs attorney,
lUKoROE NICHOUA8, 61! S.W. 18th
\\. Miami, i- a., and file ortainal
with flerk "i thla Court on oi ln-fre
AiiRuat 24, 19*4 othe wlae complaint
\\:ll be ."iif.ss. .1 1,\ \..u.
DATED July -'". ISM.
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Now in Training
At Homestead
Nat Pollack, director of custo-
mer relations for Gull American
Land Corp.. is spending two weeks
of reserve training at Homestead
Air Force Base.
Pollack is a lieutenant colonel
in the Coin pi roller's Department of
the 9th Air Force.
Col. Pollack lives in Miami with
his wife. Annette, and lour chil-
dren. They include Rita 19. a jun-
ior at the University of Miami:
Adrian 17. senior at Southwest
High; Leon 16. junior at Coral
Park High School; and Harvey 8.
who will be entering third grade
this fall at the Hebrew Academy
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Dr.. on the staff at Mt. Sinai IIos- levy. Abrnl.....
pital. served as chairman i)f the
Doctors Division for the Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal and as co-chair-
man of the Doctors Division Of
the United Fund
A one million dollar srant was
left to Mt. Sinai Hospital in hit
honor.
In additon to her husband. .Mrs.
Werblow i> survived by a son,
Richard; a daughter. Mrs. Lynne
r in
Sll<
Baron, of Cape Kennedy; and haberan. Karncy.
three Grandchildren.
Mr. Newman,
LiPShitz. Abraham, 76, nf mwi Penn-
sylvania .\i.' -.1-%,., mi New York
C 11 y. Iti ve i i
FUCHS. Mr- Shelley, .1 ei 1*21 SW
ITUi Tor .li. il Jul) l:'. Rlvei
COLE, M YMnnie. '.. -i r.l.M W
l-'l;t^'|. r St., died Jul} !.; tiordon,
SCMULTZ. \h-: Sophie, ;7. ul S70 NE
103rd st tiordon.
keil. Mrs. : ic i:, ::. of 700 1 nil
St. l:t\ (I, .
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igan Ave. Rlversldi
RECKSON. in- Murra) M S4, of 4::!.".
I'r lii ;. Ave., died .Inn.' 1;. River-
Hide
GOULD. Mr*. Stasla, 63, < 1581 Drex-
1 Ave. I(lver*lde.
KOCH. Paul,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4872
Till-: NEW VORK HANK K' R
SAVINGS, formerly known as
'rh. New V01 :. S ,\ lngn Bank,
Plaintiff,
v -.
W\ U \X S, III 'I'Si >N and
JENNIE HI'USON, In-
I 1. I. II I:.MIS
NOTICE OF SUIT
T11 Wyman s. Hudson and Jennie
llinls..11. his wife,
I:, sldence I'nkm.u 11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T .'
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6618
i \it::ii STATUS SAVINGS i \ v
1 !- \i:\v.\ RK, N i .
a New Jersi uorpi 1 at Ion,
IMalntiff,
J l-'INI.KY JONES', Tl .
in Bnnkrupto .. 1.
I defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti Margari 1 Ann Lopes Rodrls
and Luis Rodriguez, h.-i hu-i...
I:, aldi n. I \K.\i '\\ X.
MRS. )ANil ZEIENTZ
. Janet Zeientz
;ses Away Here
Janet H. Zeientz, of 6423
Ave.. who had served as
Itive secretary of Temple ls-
for L'.'i yean, died July 20.
|ow o( the late Louis Zeientz.
|rly president of Temple Is-
land for many years associat-
th the Dade County Collec-
jJoffice. Mrs Zeientz came
herj|frimi New York City 14 yean
ago.
etive in Jewish communal
|irs, she was a member of
bple Israel Sisterhood, H.id-
kh and National Council of
lifh Women. On retiring as
Jutive secretary of Temple
tl in 1959, she was honored
life member of the Tem-
pi*
Stir i\ inu are a son. Myron S.;
a dju_,htrr. Mrs. Myrtle Srole. of
VVataii" ion. IH'; two sisters.
Evelyn Lariek and Mrs. Es-
kimo, both ol New York; and
grandchildren.
niies were held on July 22
I thi' Jacob II. Kaplan Chanel
Of Temple Israel, with Cordon
Funeral Home in charge Of ar-
rangements The Temple was
closed on Wednesday in memory
of Mrs. Zeientz.
BLONDER. M,\. ,.i Immhi N\\ 13th
i'i.. Ui.-.l .In!. Ill Rlvi rslde.
WEITZMAN Meyer, fci, ..1 K611 N\V
I IMth Tei >i. ,1 Jul) la RiverHlde
FRITZ. Mrs, Rose, -.,. ii.i-iinrh 1,1
Miami Ueach, died in Nassau. Rlv-
I 1 .-ill,
, BERTMAN. 1...us. ..... ,.f 17120 N. Mi- YATROFSKY, Monrla, ..f !24 Meridian
ami Ave., .li. .1 Jul> iv Newman. Ave, Riverside.
kansky. .;. raid, SO, of :::::i SW ..i-i FIS"ER; Michael
st iii.-d .Li's In (Innloii sylvanla Ave. Newman.
'wc' ...... wolkin. Mm. Mary. ..f hut xw
Schneider, n.,,1,1,.,,,,,,1 11 1-1..11.1 i:,,i, Av. Her\ice In Philadelphia.
Ave., 1I1. .1 lulj l. Service* in tiordon.
Uruoidyn. Riverside, stoller. Abraham. Riverside.
COOPERMAN i...|.i. ;::. ,,r IMS shin- l-EVY, Mra. Ill ice, ?::. of 13101 Orlf-
aaad Blvd., 1,.:.-1..., k., Servlcex in
:nnl If remarried, their unknown and if remarried, their unkm
-1...11-.-. i! living .in.1 ir dead, the un- -ii..u-.s. if living and II dead, the .
i Krantees, legatees, lienora, rredltors, grantees, legatees, lleiiom, eredlto
irusti-o# 01 nih-r claimants, claiming iri-i... ..1 nthr claimant-*, .1.
L-nicago. l:i\.-r-i,i.
W.LSON. Mrs v. :.,. 7'. of 7905 B.
I'i.. No. IIiia. Village, died July IT.
s. r\ Ices in iai .. hid, Rl>. rslde.
EHRLICH, l>i \,l ,|,,|,. ti. ,,f ||i.I
Sth si ill, ,1 juij 17 >,.,., ,
Detroit Riverside,
GLUCK. Mr. ||n, .;7. of ..; 10th Hi .
liMl Jul) I" Rlvi mlile
MARQUEZ. Vinnld, -. rvli 111 New
Y..i k I" 1 Rivcl nlde.
SCHOENBERli. Mm-.mi. 71. nf I" 8W
'.Hill ,\\. .0. ,| Jul) i 7 fjordon.
SARBER. 1:1 in. 1. ,,v. ,,1 -.._-11 Collins
Avi s. \ .-s in lhtn.il RU.
COHEN. J01 ... of ". W, J7ili m
llliili-uli u Ion
LOMLSCIO. Mlllmny, 7S, of I, Col
lins \ Sel
.N. V K 1 -1.1
SCHENKER. M.- Rei ky, 7:1. of 7S3
Iai. ii.l \ \. \ .>. in.in
LEVnsjaoN. I,..- |>h, -j. 01 :.;.; SW
27th Lam |Uv,.|
HELLER.
In
lln |{|> ,1,
Rahh. Mrs. R, f no) r, ,..
-
WERNER.
> n N '1
l;i..
NEWMAN. .. A
;' Vve. il 1 .1 ; 1,,,. u
FRIEDMAN. .- mm ol i;--i Abbott
i\i .-. 1 1 \. -, \ |(|
RADON. I.
Vvi lord, in
Rauzin. \i,. ,| : 12u Meridian
Am lioidon.
OREtNWALD. .:.-... 77. .., 0 SW
1 ''I' Ave .n.-.i J ui) 1. 1 ;.., .....
kumble. 11. -1 vi, xandi r, 5X of
111.. I *th SI Klvi rslde
BARRON. Mi Mar) -: o| ::;-, |--\v
I'nii si .;.
brender. Irving, 11. ,.r is 6lh 1; tlo Jon.
fisher. Robert, 80, of (KT VVashins-
ton Ave. l:i>. rsldi
OCH. I'iiiil .'il of 575 T-imi-niii Csnal ""-<> ..ui-i- claimants, claiming trueiseg 01 ..in-r claimant-i, cla 111 i .
Rlvd! Gordon ......amiaml canal DV| trough, under or against ih. by, through, under ... against 1
E&NICK. Irving, "."....; 1330 NE Bay- !'"'x' named lefendants who ma) be abovi named defendant!) .....naj
Riverside!' >"'v"''" '" Xew Vortl You are I.....ihy notified thai the You are hereby notified thai
""I Meridian :ll,m'' captloned action has been In- above captl......1 action nan lieen
Htituted asahiNl you In the Clrcull -linn.-.l agaliisl you In the Pin
f 1330 P.-nii l'""1'' "r 'be Judicial Circuit of Flor- Court .f the Judicial Circuit of I
Ida in and for I'ADE Count) to fore- Ida In and for DADE Count) to fi
close .. mortgage m..... tile following !.-. a mortgage upon the foliow'iui
described real inoperty: described real propert)
I...I 1" Block :;. URST ADDITION l.m .'". Block 6 CL'TLER RIDti '
TO CAROL CITY HARDENS ... RBCTKN THREE, according- to
cording: to the I'Iai thereof, record- Plal thereof, recorded In Plal Bi
il In Plal Hook i'.s .11 Page 31 ..f the 57 al Paste 1.1 ol the Public Recoi -
Public Recorde ..f Dade County, '' Dade County, Plot-Ida, t..^..
Florida. uiih Aluminum Venetian Blinds .
sun are required to file your an- folding door.
?5"er to plaintiff's complaint with the You are n luircd to fill your
fina Rlvd. Services in Ne Yprk
l!i\ it-Mill.-
WHEELER, riei '-. "i7. of 162....."..I-
llns Ave. Servlcua in Albany, N 1
Kiv rsi.l
WOLF. Sophie, 7*.. ..f 1342 Drexel l lerk "' "' Court, and "Wer to plaint Iff n romplalnl with
,\\,-. BervkiB In WashlnKton D.C "erv* H ",|,v ''" '-"' "i""1 plalntlfr* 'lerk of the aforesaid Court, .1 I
Newman. atforne) MARTIN PINE, llili Floor, i-erve ;i cop) tliereof u|>on plalntll -
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63511
IN RE: Estate of
RoHERT ill \l!l.l-:s 11 \ AS
I I. ...I-, ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* .m.I All Person* Hnv-
i Estate
You 1 hi liy notified .1 n.l -1 -
, ed lo any cla mis anil il< -
Wlll.il 11 III !\ ll.l .
thi estati ol Itolx-i 1 1 "harli 11
ci-asiil 1.11 i 1 '.ui.- 1 'nil
to thi 1 in I 1... 1
name in duplli 1
provided f <
ill li. Co 1.
Mi..11-. in I lade 1 'ount). Flor-
ix ialen.1 from
thi st ion hi re-
of .. ihi ivlll In
11 \\ .- P|i 1 la
da) of .1 \ !'.,!
1.1 nis >. KATZ
1.1 HIS MA vs
\- Admlnlsl ratoi -
11 ..1' ihli
li rtav ..r July. 1904
Ml i:i:s. HEIM \N ,v K IPI, w
\i -.. ni 1 fi 1 '..'ii.iiii-ii utoi -
' 1 ".'i s w 1-1 Stri .i
. Floi 1.I.1 9
7 _'l-::i. s 7-11
Dade federal Building, Miami 32, attoinej MARTIN PiNE, 14th Fli
Klorlda not later than -Vm.-n.-i :;. i-r.i. I'i.I. hederal Building Miami
Decree I'i. Confesso will lie .11 Florida noi later thnn Angus! :;. r.
i- a 11... ree il-.. Confesso \. ii: be
1. .1 ugalnsl you.
DATED: .inl> L-". -.. 1
1: B. LEATHERMAN
'I. ik ..r 1 ii,. 1 1 .-iiii 1 'ourl
By: C P. Cl iPELANI '
1 leput) i'i.ik
MARTIN FINK
ey for Plaintiff
1 lid Floor Hal- P, .1- ,1 :
M 1
;. red against \ ou.
DATED Jul) 20, "..;i
I-: B, IvEATHERMAN
1 'lerk .f ill.- circull 1 "onrl
' '1' B) : P. 1 IPELANI
I leput) '
M iR riN FINE
01 Intlff
ir Dade Federal !:,.l-
'. s 7.11 M


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IM AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
N3. 64C 6960
HA.Mlll'Ri; s.w !.\. ;s I! VNK
I -
pini :v ,11 in r isti.
ptc.l .. .
1 '.1. ndanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti .1 .., M, lionald
\\ .. Mi MHiald, liis
...... \' 1 1
Eliclni n nia
You an
lion, i in-: Ion I1.1- 1.. n n
nsl s -ii in tin- 1 'j., mi
'""li I of .1 ircuit of fr
i.i -i ..a.I for DADE Count) 1
lose .. mortgagi ........ ih,
ill m Ibed re .1 propert)
I...1 '. Bli .'. ;s of 1.
,N THE COUNTY JUDGES COU-"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63761
i
. i'.'i;i:i.
1......-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All I'. 1 -
I 1. 111; 'lain'- I nd \_.,
- in
v' 1 are herebs noi fled 1 nd
ind
- i-l 1
Ihe .-AMI EL 1 -
of Dade Com
i- 1 1 '... 1.. iiu- Couni
1 in" ami 1.1. in.- name
nil I .,- pi ,,v 1,1, ,1 ,n Si.
. I I 01 .!.. siain, .*. In ill. ir .
in Hi. Count) I'..mi;. .-.
1 ."i. 1 -..inny. Florida, >. .11 \ .
mi..mil- from Hi- time ..1
flrsi publication hereof, in.- -.
LEGAL NOTICE
Noted Doctor's
Wife Passes, 51
pen iocs for Mrs. Dorothy Wcrb-
kw, wife of Dr. S. Charles Werh-
low. past president of the Mt.
Sinai Hospital medical staff, were
held .Inly li) at Blasberg Funeral
Chap-I
A resident here for 27 years.
. Werblow died July 17 at the
of 51. She was a memlier of
iple Israel and Mt. Sinai
men's Auxiliary.
>r Werblow, of 720 E. Di Lido

When your family
celebrates a Special
Family Occasion-
Welcome Wagon Calls
Tien your family celebrates a
buecnth birthday, announces
or, igement or ihe birth of
i new baby, or moves to a new
^omc, your Welcome Waon
s will call wilh a basket
I gifts.. and friendly greetings
the religious, civic
id business leaders of
'community
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61731
IX RE: Kstat. f
MICHAEL. KKIVKN.-K'Y
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7964
JUROR V'AZyi EJ5,
Plaintiff,
va.
I'All.A ll.l>i:i.i/..\ V'AZQfKZ,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tii: PAULA ILDKUZA V'AZQl'BZ
("all.- 54 No. (324 i nirv 45A y 17
Marlanao
Havana. < 'uba
YOU Alti: HBltBOY n..lifi.il thai
Complain! for Divorce has been
'" l:l" -~ '' revlacd Plat of a ,. hi i, ,',,,..... ......
Portion of i-ARiil r,TY, .......I. V!;,!.',, '^ ViV....,s. Rorlda. th
'" '',' '...... Hi I'l.v. i.:. In Inn lull \ i.....li
;'.. .;.'v"1" '' '; '' I'Aii.n .\;.\.-..i-:i: i: FKRDII-:
.M,\ r......'"' I" I'lal H.....i :.: v. Executor
' :<-< -" of thi i-ii.l. Record* i-'ir-i |iublicatlon of thin
ol IMde i'..im:>. n,.ii,ia i ii.. i-th ilai nf July. I6I
ou are rciuired to ril,. i-....r an- V1NHMCK P.. l-'KRIMK
-u.i- I,. piainn-is compuiint iili thai A nerh of the ai. r..-a i.l Com I and s"'"' -"'-' -:!r' "*-w- I-<-I.-"ii R.I.
,!w ......S thereof uimn nlalnilfft '"!;l1 "blea. l-'la.
attorney MARTIN PINE, llili Kloor, '"-** :l
-
To All Creditors and All Persons ll..v- "tod against you anil you are herebj
Ing Ctalins ..r Demands Agalnsl s.iiii required to serve a copj of your an-
Estate; wer to the Complaint on the Plaln-
V.iii are hereby notified ami re- ,lff s attorney, I.KSTKlt 1:1 ;i:i;s.
Dade rVderal Bulldlna, Miami |2
noridi.....i iai. r than AurusI :-. :-..-.i
..r a Decree Pro Confesso trill I.....n-
tcred ayalnsi rou.
DATED: July -.'i. 1964
E. I: M3ATHERMAN
I. ik ..f ihe Circull Court
[seal) Rj i- iv COPEI-AXD
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN PINE
rou are n. .- i.y notified ami re- '"'" aiiprney. i.i-..-ti-.ic i:i h.kus. ...,, .... ,.,..,, i(<
aulred to present nj claims and de- ""'- "'1" '- Ml N.W. 14th Street. iVii, V'',,m, ,. i i- i ,, ,.,,
nands which you ma} have acalnei Maml, l ,. .,1.1a. ami file ih.- original v,'.',.'...V.,' '''" '.I '-
the estate of MICHAEL Ki:l\ i:\skv "r "" Answer In Hi, office ol ih.- '"'"'" "- hl.....'' -.,,..,
Jeceased bite of Dade County, Florida t lerk of thi Eleventh Judicial Circuit------------------- .. -i-.i.>.u
to the <' iinv Judo-en of Dade Coun- '" ""' '"' l'-<'1. County, Ploiida, on in the county judge's court
v. and file ihe -am. m duplicate and '"' l"f"1'- "'' Auust, I94, IN and for dade county.
a- provided in Section 733.16 Florida '" 'l,,a111' "f which the Complain! will FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dadi County, Hor-
iila. within -i\ i-alendar monthn from
Ihe liin.- i.f ih. rsi puhllcntlon hen -
f. or the -.ii will be barred
Dated ul Mi inn. I !.....In, iln- .ji ,i
laj "i July, a i.....11
BAM I I. S. SMITH
v- v. ininlstrator
.- MITH ,\ M VNI I.ER
Utirnej inisi itor
nci In IW iliaml I lea. h, Fla
-i II,

/ hope
Grant!n
be taken un i-onfessed bj you. No. 58795-A
DATED Hi- i.ih da} ol July, 1964 IN RE: Bstate of
I-:. II. LEATHERMAN VBRAHAM OINSRCRO,
i' erk ..I 11... Circull i "ouri I B
i U} M.M'.UI'ERITK MURFtIRD NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M*KE
IUt] Clerk APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION
. t/24-31, S'7-H AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i ITICE !- hi n bj Riven thai I hnv.
NOTICE UNDER filed thi I- .it Iti I ll Pel
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW f..r Dlstl nd I I Disci
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN thai I V.. of I
. I. -11-111 il : in tati \ I: I: \ \ \ I I i IN Sill 'Ri i, il
..f
ITEK.M -i JEW \:\:<:\ I -'." i. |iply to thi
^..nili luxli i i Daili
i
f tile i .

- 'I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AN;
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY CASE No. 64C T6C:
MARIA T GONZALEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RORERTO Ui INZALEZ
l>. r. n.lanl.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I', i in iBERTi i 'ii iNZALEZ,
Central America
Vol', R( IBERTi i OONZ KLEZ, P
lose, Costa Rica, are required to f
. oui .ui-" -.. i he ...1111.1 or
with the clerk of thi abo
apt -.ii. hereof upon Ulno P. Necretti, \
n. > ai I : i" ConRresn Bulidii
Miami ::.'. k ., on or before n>.- 12
Uiruki "i;i or .'Is. mpla
ill bi ..- confessed
Dated: Jul\ S, 1964.
E. B LEATHERMAN
Cl> rk of the Circuit d
.i Uj I- COPELA S I'
T In
SI KILN III rNBR S IJA.N
II W "i \ St. in ll
vii.mii. [or Oui
7.21 -
' l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND OH DADF. COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6J675-C
l\ RE: i:-- ite ,.r
ABR Ml \ \1 I'.l.h "KSTEIN
a k .1 M.I RJflt) II M.I. "K.NTEIN
I'.. ., .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors ami VII r. rsonn ll v- CAR!DAD i
i
.
II I RRE i- r M Rl llENBERi].
C.T.A. of the 1
\ ... i
i
C.VIDIN .v Id HEMIKRl!
I rn. j
I SI. 5 T-ll
IN THli CKI.UIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. '-' '-'NCERY
No. 64C 7875
len the occasion arises, phone
HI 8-4994
Dignified, beautiful nd
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones am
source of very real
comfort to alk
VlA VI S (MM I' IVl IIWI.SM Ci
-. ,i i ..--, '.iit Wausbt Div
' .. MO 1-7693
i >i ni.in.i- Vgulnsl Said
Tl
ins Claiimi
Vou are hi ri by noi li .1 ami ri -
mired i......-. i i any Islrnn and de-
mands which vou may have against
estMti of ABRAHAM BLICK-
HTEIN i \i.Kl(i:n i| lll.li-K-
STEIN .1....-- ,i late of Dad. County,
Horlda, to th Count) Jtulgen ..i im.i,
1 "ount) ; ^. \ i.l. ii In s. i
. in Hi... offli-CK in .
' thou in u.i.i. Coun- i'lalni -r- al ey, LESTER IH'ii-
I ih. i
Plaintiff,
-vs-
PLORENCIO I'EREZ,
11. ii ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBl ICATION
'In I- i.i IRENCIO PEREZ
I- i. Mux P
Mountain I -.l.. Si n Yol k
V(.'1 >'' HEREBY notified thai .... -..i i.-,,, ,,i paid. ......
a ..un.i.i.ni f.., Dlvorci has been I..,!.,. t ihe Counts Judaea
i. ..... ou are here- ntv, and file thi -
'" required to serve u cop) of your duidli.......il as provided In
'''miM.im nn ihi i,, statues, In their o
ll,""',1'xl: l!',',';," "' '" "'" Count) c. in-ill.
"'':' N W lh i'ii nty. Plorlda, within
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
It. HEREBV OIVEN ll
deslrlna I
' ipex Mi
,,;,.-.
ilevai H Hi
lid i
-
KRANK RCDICH
si '/, \\\i: Ri'DH
.-..I. i a> i,, i -
7/17-24
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CCi
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 60863
IN RE: Estate -.r
ALEXANDER Cl 1ST A
Ih eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro All Creditors and All Per*
Hsvi i: Claims or Demands Again-
Si rt Estate:
^ ..ii ai, ii. i. ii\ notlfii .1 Mil I -
i in i-. lent an) els I .i -
li which you ma) havi aaain^
xtati of Al.l'X a'mh :i; POM
la, and
-. i- in ih.
I* .nn. l-ii.i Id : ,.|, of the Cl i Hi -h Ju lli-lal
du) of July, A.D. Circull le Com
.- NORM iN HLICKSTEIN
nistratoi
I ll l pill ill. all.hi l,| II,,,
the :nli day of Jul .
.-.\.\ll EL SMITH, ':s,i
mi,.in. f, r .\ ,,,.,,. .
I.in. ..in R
V 7-1 I
ii
Ida, ii he 19th di
ii Hi.'
aa ..nf. us-
ed i
li \ I'EI ( Jul; 1964
K U LEA I MKKM N
Cl. i-, :it 'ourt
B) P. COPELAND
om the in", of tl
- puli li ereof,
F |e i::
964.
HER.M i\ i'i IHEN
\ |-\.< lit..!-
ii ..f this m
i July, 1964.
\ \ COHEN
in s for Executor
Bidt M


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