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"(Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volurr27 — Number 31 A Re veal Nasser's Plan Jo Destroy Israel And nnihilate Jews There Miami, Florida, Friday, July 31, 1964 Two Sections Price 20? NEV. British ingly prof. V jRK — (JTA) — The vernment is "mcreas Merned" over Nasser's I'd campaign for the dei f Israel. Terrence Prittttic correspondent for (,. i rdian," a British news report! in the August is ol t Atlantic Monthly. hi articles entitled 'Bomb r ir i Nile: Target Israel." ttie says the four main Masser's campaign are .1 of the British from IMS in Ayden. Cyprus : the building of his con. rms strength: a crash to produce ground mcketa; and production of I genocide of both nurabnuclear types. correspondent says that coentional arms today ipt ias superiority over Is, t.he points out that "two wars againtt Israel have convinced Nasser that the Egyptians man for man art no match for the Israelis. Therefore even an immense superiority in conventional weapons and in manpower (the population of Egypt is ten times that of Israel) would Continued on Page 6 A Civil Rights Riots Attack and Loot Brooklyn Stores ROSf-iJ KtNNtOY embarrassing legislation Atty. Gen. Kennedy Hits At U.S. Immigration Laws WASHINGTON — (JTA I — At Immigration Subcommittee. Me torncy General Robert Kennedy ca ]i c( j f or a n entirely new and denounced U.S. immigration laws. m at h the McCarran-W alter Act. as div criminatory and cruel in testi |{ r Kenedy testified in mony this week before the House AT WORLD ZIONIST CONVENTION HEshkol Believes Soviet Union May Relax Policy on Jews I! TI-: '— i.ITA Premier [i 11• •! said this week he was Idei • that internal changes ie Soviet Union, coupled with Id essures, would induce the let regime to allow self-expresERHARD MEETING? TFL AVIV — road himself at about the s.me time as Mr. Eshkol. • inn as Jewtu Russian Jewry and to permit Russian Jews to maintain contact with world Jewr\ and In rejoin families in Israel He spoke at the convention of I he World Union ot Zionist Socialist Parties. More than 200 dele gates from 25 countries and more than 1.000 guests were present Among the many dignitaries was President Shazar. The Premier described the tasks of the Zionist movement today as the battle against 'Jewish self-delusion.' the building up of Israel, and the strengthening of the spiritual basis of Jewries in other countries. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. who also spoke on Zionist activities lauded the improved at titude of Premier Eshkol's Government toward the Zionist movement. Anthony Greenwood, a leader of the British Labor Party, told the gathering that British Labor wanted friendship with the Arabs but not at Israel's expense. The British Labor Party leader said Continued on Page 5-A support of a bill first sent to Congress by his brother, the late President Kennedy, and now backed by Pres• •dent Johnson The bill would* eliminate the national origins quota system Mr. Kennedy said the racist system of establv-hing quotas based on ethnic and national origin was a world-wide source of embarrassment to the United States. The Attornev General termed the immigration law a present "a urce of anguish to many of our own citizens with relatives abroad." He said the biased pro visions caused "loss to the econ omic and creative strength of our nation as a whole." He described the present immigration regula tions as "inconsistent with our principle and out of step with our history." "This nation was built by im migrants of courage and ability who came from many lands." he stated. The new bill would end the national origins quota system over a five-year period Quotas would be reduced 20 per cent per year, and redistributed on a fair basis. Those with the greatest ability to contribute to the welfare of the United States would get first pref erence. However, the new bill would increase the total eligible to enter the United States each year by only 8.000— from 157.000 to 165.000. NEW YORK — (JTA i — Nearly 1,000 stores in the Bedford Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, most of them Jewish-owned, were looted and damaged by rioting Negroes in two nights of violence this week. Police officials said the rioting did not appear to be directed at : the stores because they were Jew ish-owned but rather because they were owned by whites The not ers also stormed and ransacked -ome Negro-owned stores. Community leaders, representing both .lews and Christians, including Negroes, met with Borough President Abe Stark to find means of dampening the explosive atmos phere. I Among those at the meeting in Mr. Stark's office was Rabbi I Benjamin Kreitman, representing the Brooklyn Jewish Community Council. He acted also in his capacity as chairman of the Borough President's Community Action Committee. A .ICC spokesman said that anti Semitic slogans had been voiced by some ol the rioters. An inter faith Citizens Committee of repre ^entatives of the Board of Rabbis, the Catholic Cniversal Council and the Protestant Council in Brook lyn. appealed to Mayor Wagner to take urgent action to prevent more riots Five persons were shot by police battling the rioters and more thai'. 200 persons arrested in the two nights ol rioting. Officials of the JCC joined with ether civic and religious groups in appealing to Negro civil rmhtleaders to postpone temporarily any further demonstrations in the explosive area. The appeals were made to enable police to deal more effectively with looters and hooli gans using Negro grievance demonstrations as an opportunity for widespread looting.. In the neighboring Crown Continued on Page 2-A ROCKY SENDS STATE TROOPERS 100 Jewish Merchants Tell Of Damages in Rochester IN POLISH VIUACE OF KONIN I// Go/dwater's Kin Believed Killed LONDON — (JTA) A check available records in Konin. the polish ancestral home of Barry fcoldwatir's family, indicates that ny relatives of the Senator's piily probably were slaughtered the Nazis, it was reported here pom Warsaw. The Senator's nomination spurPd interest in those records in (u> Poi:-h river town, a hamlet 115 miles west of Warsaw. The grandfather of the nominee was a Jewish peddler named Michael Goldwasser, who emigrated to the United States in 1849 when Konin was under Russian rule. Mavor Zdzislaw Szklarkowski, of Konin. said that it any of the ; 3.000 Jews of the hamlet before the war were Goldwassers. they i were dead now. He said the Nazis had organized a concentration camp in Konin and that there were no Goldwassers among the few survivors. He added that the Nazis had destroyed all Jewish records and that an examination of Konin archives had not produced any tiaces of a Goldwasser family, which the mayor said he understood had been a large one. ROCHESTER — iJTA) — About 100 stores and other business enterprise.-, the vast majority of them owned by Jews, were wreckd and looted here last weekend luring two nights ol rioting by Negroes. The Rochester community, comprising a population of about 25.100 Jews and 35.000 Negroes in •his city of 330.000 persons, was still nervous as Jewish business men tried to count their losses, amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars. City police, an augmented county sheriff's force, and state troopers sent here on orders of Gov. Rocketellcr patiollcd every section of the city, trying to prevent turther rioting, while city authorities imposed a night-time curfew on the entire city. One man. a white non-Jew, was killed The rioting started Friday night in a section of the citv where the main street is Joseph Ave., an area inhabited now almost entirely by Negroes but where more than 90 per cent of the rhopkeepers are Jewish. Until the World War II period, the area was almost entirely Jewish, and the majority of the Jewish businessmen, some of whom had had their businesses there for more than half a cenContinued on Page 7-A I AM CONFIDENT' GOP's Katzen Reaffirms 1960 Plank on Israel NEW YORK (JTA) — The Republican Party convention at San Francisco adopted a "strong' plank on the Middle East situation. Bernard Katzen. director of the Republican National Commit lee's Ethnic Division, declared here this week at a special press conference which he had summon ed for a discussion of the GOP's stand regarding the Middle Baal region "1 am confident." he said, "that the Republican Party will demonstrate its support of Ul >-< nations which are our friends Certainly Israel is in that category." Mr. Katxen pointed out that the Republican platform's plank dealing with the Middle East not enly pledged United States "economic and military assistContinued on Page 7-A



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Fricm July 31, 1984 t'Jewisti Fkricfiiczin Page 3-A w Jewish Cemetery Suvived Atomic Bombing lev. lion By Special Report 7.UKE AB. JAPAN — The Yal myth of the wandering [finds an enigmatic parallel labled Japanese port city Igaaaki that may be aptly the mystery of the vanJew. pant M East met European at Nagasaki in the tenth iry when the Kyushu trading er opened its harbor to Dutch jants. With the Westerners ti.e Christian and Jewish 11 Japan was a fickle ket, and the suspicious govpen' periodically locked the (>i commerce to the West Today, the bustling hills fag; saki are dotted with tUn churches, monuments. ;I.I e sites Conspicuous hy in. any tangible trace of lewish community which reand not too recent Nagahi iry records. l.i Air Base's Chaplain btau Marvin Tokayer, a ji 9 ho ministers to Armed r> ews in .-oiithern Japan Korea, was enthralled with |sal Oriental mystery ol vanishing Jew and was defined to solve it. Tokayer's i \h yielded clues in TokKobe, Seoul. Hong Kong, and Ei i the son ot Mr. and Mrs I Tokayer. 3621 SW 15th St.. ni. interview With RussianJacob Gotlieb. who runs an prf-import business in Kobe. first light on the Nagasaki My. Gotlieb remembered tlu records of a Jewish synpit: in Nagasaki had been r to the Jewish community oi thai. in Seoul. Tokayer met pore Russian-born Jews who referr< %  >: him t.i Mr. Lurie, a Tokyo ii/Otion picture distributor. In V -\o, Lune spoke of his early %  • ar~ in the Nagasaki Jewi-l immunity, where he hail been turn of American parents remembered a synagogue Jewish cemetery but was e on location. Lurie added the Nagasaki Jews' main pation wai -elling supplies visiting ships. He recalled the Jewish community had search. Gravestones in the walled cemetery were engraved in Hebrew, English, Russian, and Japanese. Burial dates ranged from 1880 to 1920, the year the Jews left for Tokyo and Kobe. The cemetery is located on a hilltop that looks down on a granite pillar marking the epicenter of the nuclear blast. The hill crest protected the cemetery from heat and blast effects. Naturally, the cemetery was in a dilapidated state, as no care was provided for 50 years Jewish personnel with the military (the only Jews in the area) were very excited as word of the find spread. The Jewish Community Center of Tokyo and the Israel Embassy in Tokyo were also interested. Chaplain Tokayer then arranged a date for all to meet in Nagasaki to clean the area and recite the El Moleh Rachamim. On Sunday, May 3, Lag Bomer, Tokayer and some 20 Jews from Iwakuni Marine Corps Air Station on Honshu island. Itazuke Air Base near Fukuoka, and Fleet Activities, Sasebo. journeyed to Nagasaki to clean the cemetery and offer prayers for the dead. With water buckets, weed removers, brushes and soap, all worked to clean the stones and remove weeds from the earth. All seemed amazed that a Jewish community had lived here. In attendance was Yoef Hassin, chancellor of the Israel Embassy in Tokyo, who informed the Israel Rabbinate of the location. Much credit is due, according to Capt. Tokayer, to Rabbi J. Adler. of the Tokyo Jewish Community Center, for providing information and encouragement and who obtained the support of the Tokyo Synagogue to repair and maintain the cemetery. Nagasaki's vanishing .lews had been found. R Day Set At Beth Torah Capt. Marvin Tokayer points to a Jewish gravesite as Yosef Hassin, chancellor of the Israel Embassy in Tokyo (second from right) looks on. moved to the more profitable areas of Tokyo and Kobe some 40 years ago. While vacationing in Hong Kong, Capt. Tokayer met another past resident of Nagasaki. Dr. Cohen, who gave general di rections to the cemetery. Cohen hadn't visited Nagasaki since World War II and thought that the atomic bomb could have destroyed the synagogue and graveyard which were located near the city's center. He also knew that the last Jew left Nagasaki jOSt prior to the A-bomb. At Nagasaki. Tokayer contact ed Dr. Leonard Sagan. a Jewish physician employed by the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Dr. Sagan located Nagasaki's oldest artist who surprisingly had a wood block print of the synagogue. The building no longer stands, having been leveled by the frequent bombings. A visit to the Nagasaki Foreign Cemetery Division gained approval for Capt. Tokayer to clean and mark the cemetery if found. Tokayer was now prepared to start a search of Nagasaki. The most likely spot was the Inasa Foreign Cemetery, which proved to be a blind alley as did the Sakamoto Foreign Cemetery. On another visit to the city government's Foreign Cemetery Division, an official showed Tokayer an old tourist map. 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mm rage 4-A rjenistflcrkliar Friday, July 31 "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 Published every MifO riM* 1MT T'.• W M| Fl-rldl.* HI ISfl \ E Sixth Sire. I M iml 1' "•• Bacond-CUaa Potw Paid al Miami. Florida Th. Jewith Florid.an has absorbed the Je*-'*** ""i*>' V"? the J.with W M k.y. M.mber o. the Je^sh T, eg r „h,c Agency. Seven Artt Feature Syndicate Wo'J^J Niwi Service. Nat.onal Editorial A.sn Ame •'•"*••"• •* Englith-Jewi.h Newa pape.t. and the Florida Praaa Aim. Th* Jruisli n,>.illn iWs not urnte tt< K.i-hnith ..r Hi.merchandise %  '>< %  Uwi in n? 'i"""" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 5 00 Three Year. $12 00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 37 Number 31 Friday. Iuly 31. 1964 22 Ab 5724 The Rejection Of Deicide Libets The National Lutheran Council announcement of the recommendations of a Consultation in Denmark by the Lutheran World Federation should receive the applause of more than Jews alone. It should be welcomed by every fair-minded person regardless of his religious affiliation. The Council reveals that the Consultation has branded the deicide Jibel against the Jews as especially reprehensible" and calls anti-Semitism "spiritual suicide." More than any other, the deicide libel throughout the ages has been responsible for the most vicious manifestations of man's inhumanity to man. It spurred the Inquisition; it gave fire and heat to every pogrom launched even up to our own time. The Lutheran rejection of the hbel should serve as a responsible pointing of the way for the spirit of the Ecumenical Council due to resume its deliberations in September. Increasing numbers of disturbing factors along the way suggest that Ecumenism, particularly cs it relates to the question of deicide, may have lost some of its impetus since the late Pope John XXIII instructed Cardinal Bea to press the issue. The Lutheran action is praiseworthy in self. As an example for the Ecumenical deliberations in September, it is particularly ::.eaningful. JtA Eshkol-Erhard Meeting The possibility of talks between Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Weet German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard would, of course, be welcome if. as speculation seems this week to indicate, they come about. Nevertheless, it is undeniable that the rift created at a high point of irresponsible antiCommunist hysteria, also highlighted some of the most openly anti-Semitic discussion in the history of the nation's legislature. Mr. Kennedy is correct in suggesting that the quota system based on ethnic origin is a worldwide source of embarrassment to the United States. But the McCarran-Walter Act has been argued fourteen long years now. The first Eisenhower Administration, back in 1952, pledged its repeal. What are we wainting for, even as the Emma Lazarus sentiment at the foot of the Statue of Liberty grows wearier and wearier of the McCarran-Walter embarrassment? Racial Peace in Miami The growing number of race riots, particularly in the north, reminds us that we between Israel and West Germany seems to should be grateful for the peace prevailing in the Miami. We do not suggest that equity prevails here, or that there are no problems with which to deal. But our community long ago accepted the primary responsibility of its local government to set up the means for interracial discussion before inequities erupted on the streets. We are not smug in the belief that it can't happen here. But the fact remains that the unrest and strife being experienced in Brooklyn and Rochester are the result of the failure of men to come together before their angers disguised their humanity. growing apace. S866 million reparations agreement has been brought to o successful conclusion. West Germany's spectacular achievements simply suggest to her leaders that alliances with the Arab nations are more advantageous on every count than a single friendship with Israel. Indeed, as West Germany once again resumes her role of Europe's economic and industrial giant, her natural inhibitions toward Israel will become increasingly apparent. For the very men who lead her there are the men originally involved in Germany's greatest shame: the Hitlerian excesses that caused the slaughter of six million Jews. It will, of course, be good for Eshkol and Erhard to meet. But what can be accomplished is difficult at least at this time to see. That her resumption of power politics full scale. Konin Learns a Lesson The story emanating from London regarding Konin, Poland, the ancestral home of BarWest Germany has deliberately" failed to oust T Goldwater's family, is interesting from this its nuclear scientists from Egypt is proof of Pnt of view: Search for his relatives resulted from the Arizona Senator's nomination as Republican Party nominee to the Presidency. Konin. the Poles report, was the site of a concentration camp; while, according to the town's authorities, the Nazis destroyed all Jewish records. They would have been happy, indeed, to discover Goldwassers among them. This is. of course, sad. But what the Poles fail to recall is the amount of joyous cooperation they contributed to the destruction of Jewish records everywhere in their country, no McCarran-Walter Again The McCarran-Walter Immigration Act is up for grabs again. Attorney General Robert Kennedy this week testified to its inequities before a House Immigration Subcommittee. The Act has been the subject of heated discussion since its passing over President Truman's veto back in 1950. Based on the discriminatory national oriless than to the concentration camp^'victims* gins quota system, the McCarran-Walter Act themselves. Konin has thus been taught an proved its purpose during the Congressional object lesson in how anti-Semtism doesn't aldebcte attending its passage. The legislation, ways pay off. : during (he week ... as i see it THE WILUAM •nent affiliation b ment on Sen. Cold*, religious possible absurdity, the Arizona by LEO MINDLIN He, • v • ..itnr ,. testant and ;. ,|, %  • j that Martin i „| hcr ninety-five theses |,J? the Reformation n^Td would have a word or taJ f rebuttal. Luther, reform %  not. was hardly radical ea*. to depart sufficiently from the dogma into which hi was bont from rejecting anti-Semitic notions, he was as creative in vJ! his cwn as those he inherited. Never mind Luther. I ; ,m „„, jj with the OOP Vice Presidential nominee's assessment ,-itbe> r j of course, a contradiction in terms. But the New Win. ,,f ( |, f lican Party seems at least to be consistent in this that all terms are contradictory Nevertheless, what began as a Miller witticism. in A hich h M pointed to his Catholicism and said that only a bigct wouM [•',' vote for such a ticket, is now being seriously offered t„ re f,, earnest consideration by the OOP-inclined mass comanmuj media Hence, a reverse kind of anti-Semitism and at Matho)*, seems to be fhe new tone in campaigning during the moatai S-M in which Ooldwater s alleged half .Tew ishness and Mill) ism will be featured. This technique may gain them some votes. H will ocrtait cost Ooldwater any at all — except those am on;; what j Texas, characterized during the San Francisco con\c | %  lunatic fringe. which regards the Arizona Senator's t"minanei|| terms of that old international Jewish intrigue li the world THt INTtLltCTUAl DISHONtSTY Of fT 411 AS A MATTER of fact, Sin Duksctis noinin.it II ** the original clue to what may have been a delirx exploit Ooldwater s "Jewishnett" from the ver\ begini peateii reference to the grandson "f an "immigrant | • e adequately, if not quite as 'lratn.itie.ill> ns soi l am. parenthetically, unimpressed with the itorj l tended m hiyo th to become i Shakespearean act ably lending added weight to hioratorical capability b %  *J not possess m the least degree The "immigrant ped otherwise have been even more effective. But the intellectual dishonest) of it all is. to carr> metaphor wearily long, spotlighted bj the Dirksen i what was obviously meant to be understood as "Jewish frUe without his saying it The Miller assessment of (".,• Protestant and Jew" here dovetails perfectly: while D alluded to the obvious. Miller stated the inaccurate and right false, but smiling all along. Hence, neithei can the point of his politics should the time ever arise w < prove advisable to deny them, for one spoke In hyp. other in humor I Imagine that Bernard K it/en director if the Ri Uonal Committee's Ethnic Division, would have a sharp 'ordorJ in this regard Katzen. a longtime GOP explainer of tt \ not reasonably be explained, commented several day party's platform with regard to the state of fi THt STATIC VltW IS GLAMOS'IiD %  go ONE CAN intelligently doubt that the GOP Plati ~ tee took a long and complex plank on Israel and to little more than a single sentence In a plank all his declared: "i am confident that the Republican Partj M its support of those nations which are our friendl • rtl) is in that categor) This singularity of length and detail in fact outdoes the San Francisco platform on 1righta put together. Katzen is good at these things Starting with Dirk '-rant peddler'' and adding to it Miller's new variety reb* experience. Katzen should be able to achieve just a!" ul whitr he wishes For the Ooldwater candidacv. itself, is an all things to all people. He will be supported by those who expect him to r eal th come tax. to rote m accordance with the Civil Rights Act, whtc'.i admits to be the law of the land; to declare the act uni.institute a power beyond the scope of the Presidency: to swoop don switchblades and race riots, duties properly belonging to loca, • forcement agencies; to sweep back the centralization ol the fW government — a gesture in direct opposition to the -pint : swooping down anticipated in him. As a matter of fact, all these suffer internal contradictioni this. I have already indicated, Is the peculiar consistency of t v Wing of the Republican Party. Hence, the prospect of Goldwittr' President suggests a static state based on precisely these contra tions rather than the dynamic if rearward-moving one he protr-* the American voter. The inaction win come irom another SOUP as well: from the paradox that increasingly marks th. roleaf" Presidency. THt DtCUNl AND Ml Of TW PUtPBM THIS HIGHEST OFFICE in the land is losing powi cause the President can wield so much of it Th.' the power, launched spectacularly during the earlv days veil Administration, has continued to the present (l.n I •cnM'" \ But even RdOwvdt, himself, m the end fell the P**\ '" '"" "' vii n.Misevelt. Inmselt. in the tIKI tell strength of the legislative, no less than the judicial branches, to turn; while the late President Kennedy is a superb exami li def .< --nit-iii rveiineciy is a supei i) exaini'ii %  % % %  executive intentions unrealized as a consequence of I I mined to bar their fulfillment. In the case of GoUwater, the deterrent would sources: the contradictions within himself and a Congress dedie* to having none of its own powers diminished. For this is what* Arizona Senator would need to achieve in order to hnnu his eC* dictory view of the nation into realistic play. At least for now, all this is serious speculation f-: or.g.nally humorous view here of Goldwater's alleged halfJcj rnard Ration n.. P n ,. k.. m,.ntht ahead, he uy numerous view here of Goldwater's alleged halt J ness. Rely on Bernard Katzen. During the months ahead. H busily and earnestly explain everything Neither do I !*** pianations of the impossible in the Republican camp alone. the Democrats meet in Atlantic Citv. thev will come up w>th a rid* platform peculiarly their own. In fact, what I deplore in the Katien restatement of the <*> Piank on Israel la the serious approach to platforms as a whole > has ever been able to bear the weight of the termites dragfW^ down helm., il,.., ..„-. a_n_ __ .1. ..u-nubllC* 1 --— —* %  : c* oemr me weight of the termites ma--aown bef01 Ihey were fuUy erected Democratic or Rcpu



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mtMf.July 31. 1964 *Jew/if HcridUann Page 5-A Lutherans Denounce Ancient Deicide NEW YORK — (JTA) — The men," and called on •practical require that Christians ahstain National Lutheran Council made measures" to overcome "this from making their witness as a public here this week the reconievil" and to reconcile Christiana mendations of a Consultation in with Jews. Denmark by the Lutheran World ^ recomnu n lations aNo ca „. Federation "saUtag anti-Sem.te(| ntj Semitism spiritua sui .sm and calling, on Lutherans to -fcil am| ..,. cjett|0n ()f Jesus combat such manifestations. am) ed on he fc(| The recommendat.ons urged tf d „ bpr churcnes Lutheran churches to examine their .. .. • ,„„ ... .. ,. to oppose all national and inter publications for possible anti,. -, ,_ -, T-L [. t ... national manifestations of it. Ihe Semitic relerences and to re... ... ., |. consultation also called on all move and oppose lalse generali. ,, ,. ,, L. i •• i-u i i Lutheran congregations and adzations about Jews. The federa ..... %  .. .. herents "to know and to love their tion he d that charges that Jew?, 1 [t IMANUH SCOBUONKO Synagogue Group Elects President In Mexico City By Special Report %  ico CITY — Emanuel G. "rather than all mankind.*' were responsible for the death of Christ were "especially reprehensible.'* The required examination and changes mutt also be directed to pastoral practices and preaching references, the federation declared, as "our simple duty under the command common to Jews and Christians" against bearing false witness. The federation called anti-Semitby individuals or groups.'" The ism "an estrangement of man Consultation stressed that such ScdbJkm!-". I'cnn>\h.mui attorney. f rom his fellow men.*' and a "de-. conversations did not assume "an walelci'rJ president ol ihe World n iaJ of the dignity and equality of equating of religions, nor do they Council "f Synagogues al its fifth internalu naI lornention here. Scobl."-.ki> succeeds Charles Rosrngs#ten, of Waterbury. Conn.. who served as president of the Global ergantration since its inceptior. ;n rir.:. The .venlien deals with various aspects of synagogue life in countii' rnund the world. The World >' in.-il til Synagogues. which lounded on the initia natural outgrowth of the discussions. Similarly, Christians will listen gladly as Jews explain their insights of faith." Philip A. Johnson, Consultation vice chairman, said that the event had been an occasion for "serious searching of heart" by the Lutherans who faced "honestly and repentantly" the "very painful aspects of the history of Christian-Jewish relationships." He added that there was also "a searching and reaching out itie*: to develop mutual UB-lW new and more positive reladtrstanding and to make common tionships" to bring Christians and cause with the Jewish people in JWS closer together "in the matters of spiritual and social cause of righteousness concern, especially in fostering j nc Consultation noted that human rights." there were large numbers of "Responsible conversation-' be Lutherans among tourists and stu^ARIS -^Kev. j* !" ** tween Christians and Jews were, dents in Israel, including volunhas been e|ected prcsident of the cited as desirable, carried on | teers in Israeli collectives. It world Union for Progressive Judathrough organized or i recommended creation of a Luthism. the 22-country organization eran "tourist chaplaincy" in Is1 Reform and Liberal Jewrael with a chaplain who would learn Hebrew Jewish neighbors as themselves, to fight against discrimination or persecution of Jews in their com Off. JACOB SHANKMAN Reform Unit Picks American President By Special Report Eshkol Says Reds Soften Anti-Jewish Policy Continued from Page 1-A that neither Israel's national water project nor its desalination experiments were a threat to the neighboring Arab countries. He asserted that real setive "ol •'">' United Synagogue Of curi, V fcr both lsrael and ,he Hebrew education and to ercour ASMTie i. embraces congregations Arab > was in cooperation and deage persona | contacts of Jews of tB Conservative movement in velopment. wjth | srae |. JudaUm ..•• %  h,s .ilfiliales and H( sai|| tn;l| th( Britls h Labor j^^Hates in 22 countries. that "perhaps one madman did not help but the whole Government did." He added he did not plan to attend the next World Zionist Congress. Then he called on the delegates to make maximum efforts to intensify ers to clarify its attitude toward Jewish communities in other countries. He also asked the Government to support the creation of a world Jewish organization to promote Jewish affairs in other Jew i.-h communities. He succeeded Rabbi Dr. Solomon 15 Freehof. of Pittsburgh, who presided over the final sesion of the 13th international conference. Delegates in Paris represented one and a-half million Jews and 750 synagogues Dr. Shankman is rabbi of Temple Israel, of New Rochelle. ami before being named president served the WUPJ since 19>9 M chairman of the executive board and American director since 1957 lb has been prominent in national and local religious and civic affairs and in 1962 received the civic Dr. Goldman said the tragic sit uation caused by the Nazi slaughachievement award of his city. ter of European Jewry had brought about a lack of Jewish leadership Dr Shankman and Dr. Freeh • Dr. Nahum Goldmann. presiabout a lack ot jewisn leaaersmp Americana to havParty was distressed by the Mid(k>n ,„ thc WorW Zlonisl 0rgani and that the leadership which re. '^ d ;;/;" %  n ,,;;;,; i ;; i a lfi ;. t p re oem ui me V.UHU /.IIIMIM "I'-.iiii — — -h-ij ,| 1( iti'ernational ollice rreScoblnnK' a member of Terndie Basl armrace and by the Zillion> prop<)S ed at the conference' mained was wasted m a variety of decessors were Claude Montefiore [• S.-th F.I in Mlentiiun I'a presence ol West German SCienIsrael Government call a split organizations throughout the Rabbi Dr Lt .„ B aeck. and the Tved .is,.,-retar\ ol the World lists in Egypt, woiking on aci> *~ ,,,,„,,„,, .11 ( Vmnn. wncil le.r lour vears before his vanced weapons for the Nasser world conference of Jew.sh leadworld. Hon. L Montagu, all of Europ. pie ervi Couac election to the presidency for a regime. He added that Russia two-yeat t'-rm. LBJ Announces Nuclear Talks With Israel helps the Middle East more by projects like the Aswan Dam in j Egypt than by supplying arms to Ihe Arabs. Former Prime Minister David i Ben-Gurion w as in his best fight\ ing mood at the conference as he lashed out repeatedly against WASHINGTON —(JTA 1 — Presi•hypocrisy*' in Zionist debates and dent Johnson announced here that activities. He urged thc delegates the first meeting of the special, not to pass resolutions which would ,„__ it not be carried out. Repeatedly Joint I n.ted states-lsrael commitstrcssing tlu nml amonR eaders %  tee to plan the use of nuclear enfor sctt j ng personal examples, he ergy for desalination of sea water complained only one Labor Zionvaa held in Israel on Tuesday. ist leader had settled in Israel. He added that everything that had At ,! -"' %  n,c Mr Jonn been achieved in Israel had been son or red that increased efforts done by those who came to settle be made in researches by Amenhere. can.si %  i.-::' %  -•iii the field of the UM Ol n %  ili .ill He rejected charges that his nation Government had refused to help •u the Zionist movement, adding The announcement that the United Mates and Israel would cooperat. in ^searches in this field Hebrew U. Teac/ier Honored "wasfirst made bv President Johnson last January, in an adSAO PAULO, Brazil — (JTA' —I dre* in New York before the | Special honors were accorded here American Committee for the Weizto Prof Israel S. 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-—. ~zae S-A *• Jen iff fhrHiar Fridcv. hill Reveal Nasser Plan to Destroy Israel Continued from Page 1 A net guarantee ictory in a third mir. %  %  %  K M ould bt %  %  I U Ml he be 1 %  %  %  %  Mamtt s inner circle e< atsist;n. s .-. correspondent reports ha.e been considering the posi^i.z^. A*orc rrn: the Nrao-rl Z:~ — :~ee tor Labor Israel • %  ich BtfAtaJ his lecdersi.p a: pre—r\.-.r Isr-ei-Anier.ca fc-.endship ~d established scic'.crsh::* a: the Necro lebor leaders ==e Bi H-s.za.-: s Afro-A; ion L-.stitvte ir. TeJ Aviv. HoJca^g brcnae plaque 3 Theodore W. Kheel. noted labor —ecLzrt" whe w:s •.ocstrr.aste: r: the re-re-: award dr.-e: „-. New ':':: %  : rr.rl 'rseph Schicssrerc preside-; of the National Ccrnrn.ttee for Labor Israel who made presenter:-. Federation Adds Staff Member %  er MM I Be. has pre v 10 %  the 1 pment Fund and I V York .a ctoe be .ated :.. Of _. ,h .' r^ndinE an extradite* demand byWest German. sibility of a nuclear fc>:Hiroshima type, the ef bribing officers o< ish Air Force t 0 fly 5 ed planes to Ciro f"l)l, the po:sib>l '. radioactive rjbbisand the possib. ity of srral! packages of s---. afliai oil ; -sin, I I Bail Jumper Seized in Austria VIENNA H*NS R n Wiese. him |o Italy He skipped bail in West nan) then b< M I -.erman Hit cap for complicity in the slaying of ed from a tip to the • 100 Je:>h children in Bia!>-tok. Ice by Simeired b> Aushai dedicated hii lilc ing Nazi uar crimina.%  dozen West German seien isti f.ve t -i\ hundred West German and other foreign technicians nbo have been there for the pat Mr. Prittie maintains that the senior scientists are paid from S3.MO to Si MO a month and are generally given free housing and a domestic staff. "Few of them show the slightest desire to rttvrn home." he says. "The pay and living conditions of all the technicians rt far better &f nan they would expect at home,' he states. Erhard Meets Jewish ,?:ders BONN — JTA — F -.nee Deeming i. Wiese. uho was commander of the concentration camp for Jews LB Bialrstok, was placed under bail when he produced medica! Dr Ludwie Ertard testimony that he uas a diabetic delegation of the CenHowever, the court ordered him of Jews in Germany to report to the police three t.:: innte meeting, each week Loquencj .r. da reporting was detected for een When the I • • ... | • r ti > "" former SS %  Israeli represi ard a tra • cians, -t proble %  a issued a •he The d :' Herbert L-Tier t wa• I r.nicians. — ~—-^^^>^-\^—^^-^-^^ v ^.,__ / KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION M VI M ei o : iry J Ic SltSltD BCHDHt:* -Man • and virtui \ % % %  -a::c Party ^ r %  v..• rennai a East West :es \ the mos* ttgit pro1 up and :. aderable This -• k -•<. 1 Cedars to Hold Seminar Aug. 21 Cedan f Lebanoc • •• a r I 22. il • L L.< ':*-^SIS • M il'l !! %  ; %  • :.-v • :."::: • • >.IMJ !"-i •I V(• £-!• t lJ Jt cn :•. %  •.' %  .: • X-, i J ::: • :;: i: -: %  ;: C::-• I.M '<, S.r. PLAN SOW FOR ROSH HASHONAH 5 & YOM KIPPUR SEPT 6 TO 17-h i'^=>ii:-;.n OAVfO KOSHER S %  : *onro I %  %  _i :'": % %  CS j erved caasrairr tanwcai urmntom 0at* Ocean at r?th Street MiarBeach CAU UN 6-8831 Synagogue m Hotel mn> prafrt ereeaiieliea 1415 EUCIIO AVENUE MIAMI BEACH THI srwacoct/r BO/IT BT THI comuutnr TO IJtVfCI TMf COMMUHtTf. cordially invites the community 'o ,oin in HIGH HOLIDAY worship conducted by RABBI DAVlD UHRHEL. and CANTOR ABRAHAM Sfif. TICKETS: S12 50 S15 00 S2; :: SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE High H -. %  Membership Dues S25.0O per y, r •I M I CN THE OCEAU AT 17tSa ST., MIAMI BEACH. FU. AIIK Mi-Tilt SOL WEI** ptssarr rot rut HIGH HOLIDAYS Luxurious Accommodations at THE LOMBARDY HOTEL SetClAl PACKAGC D£Al !^. M,, T CANTOe ELI NliSCNSON —a i^. m as^iow i s"*<*i r^., l PACKAGE DEAl m.,h /\ A o rt c /IIm. a i.<^, $ &f -.., u-*^. t^w.i Y~V 6J 3 Collins Ave. !^~r^'~ cw_ 4^ n, mi Bea t h. Fiorida For Rates and Reservations Write or Phone: 9-12 AM and 7 10 P.M. A Gefrer JE 8-7321 FMB1BU KQSHit CaVajBJjj S Weiss UN 6-6226 V^ Jacob C. Cohen z^K Community Synagogue 1532 Washington Avenue Ph. 534-02* Open for HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES ALSO DAILY AND SABBATH SERV CES • % % %  -. DH CA1 N ptAYB nn • ULT.' • %  -E SEA1 NG • rHf F NES1 : ; ; W MG CAN! RABBI ABRAHAM WEINSCHNEIDER Seat Reservations Available Now of fne Ottic SEATS AT $10 $15 $20 MEMBERS F8e the first to Pray in a Mew Syragogue



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July 31. 1964 fJenisti fk>ridtiann Page 7-A r.uel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, awards Jnorary degiee of Doctor of Humane Letters to Levi Eshime Minister of Israel, at the university's 33rd annual >ncement exercises on June 11. The Prime Minister, in lmencement address, issued a call for the strengthenJewish unity. Looking on are Max J. Etra and Max Jchairman and vice chairman of the Board of Trustees nva University, respectively. Presentation was duri Prime Minister's recent official visit to the U.S. for talks resident Johnson. GQP Leader Katzen Reaffirms I960 Republican Plank on Israel Continued from Page 1-A anc" to help maintain stability in Iht Mic'dle East and to "prevent an imbalance of arms" in tht %  fogion, but also reaffirmed! th party's pledge of 1960 conthat area. 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Observers noted that, during the rioting in the Joseph Avenue seclion, the headquarters of CORK and a mosque owned by the Black Muslims, had been left intact. while Jewish-owned stores flankDg these tWO buildings were totally destroyed, and the contents looted. "The .Jewish businessmen were not the prime target because they were Jews, and this outbreak must not be interpreted as antiSemitlsm," Mr. Lewis declared. "Primarily, the city faced a breakdown of law and order, but the .lews were the principal sufferers." Mr. Lewis said there will be a meeting of all major civic organizations in Rochester, including representatives of the Jewish Community Council as well as leaders of the general and Negro communities, to take stock of the situation and to so; "where we go from here." Earlier In the week, the rioting spread to another section of the city where some of the businesses ;ire also owned by Jews. Altoether. 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Page 8-A •tAwfffrffcflMtaOT Friday. Ju]y 3By: EDWARD COHEN Veteran Newsman Eyes Our Peaceful City A_ %  After m ore ^L ^ V than three de%  k I cades a> .1 new > LaV \ I I P a P 0rman '-H'k A. a II Kassewiti has %  ^ % %  ^ % % %  %  B I all his illusions intact The Miami News' cruet editorial writer sees the press Bl the conscience of .1 i-ommunity, nut only to mirror current events bat to provide leadership .n expressing opinion on what is good and bad. Establishing %  sound system of communications is important toda) when mere much misundersta n di n g ot what each other means." Kassewits. is proud of the role played by Miami's communications media in the smooth transition here to an integrated comnity. Responsible Journalism The press, .ind television and radio, used good judgment. 1 feel, in presenting the news ell Is translating the comproblem to the public. We were aware that the responsible rs of the white and N grc nunit) wore in constant with each other and. of rse, we were kept fully inbig w a s I aying minor bacints which could have fuel. No. there was no under.wth the Herald on this. .-• s stn ng sense of respon>ibU nd community p on the part : both spapers This is why troubles in Atlanta are vely minor, and in St. and Ja< ksom ille w here %  •< rs shirked their thej have been great." \.! member of the Quality JACK KASSFWfTZ objective reporting Education Committee which recommended to the School Board methods ol hat-. Ilii school int< in Dade County, KassewiU points with pride to this year's hearings on pupil assignment as a reflect. : good judf neni ti communit} leadership. Personality Emerges "There was not one appeal from a Negro parent, demonstrating, 1 believe, the fairness with which our officials administer a law that many believe was designed to evade it." KassewiU is one of the new breed who has discarded the tradtional anonymity of the Journalist to participate in public affairs, and is a television personality as well. • When 1 started out with a Macon newspaper, and even before World War 1I with the Wash ington Times-Herald, the news paperman was a silent witness The war correspondents became personalities, and this affected practically everyone else. But I don't believe the working press has changed its standards about objective reporting. "Thi> fuel about the unfair press' which Golrlwatcr and Eisenhower have burned is directed mostly against the editorial! of the Eastern newspaperBut that's nothing new— the press has always been the whipping boy for people who think their side i> not being told —— familiar figure "It's not very rational tor G krwater to be upset about the different interpretations of extremhmV in his acceptance -:• ech—it's apparent his own people didn't understand it. either Besides, since so much ol p. llti( al argument is based 01 semantics, the GOP 1going to be critical of all liberal newspapers which are critical ol ex tremists And, of course, the %  ha> e been crying for that 8'.i percent ot the press is Republican so that leaves us in the middle—a good placi a newspaper to be I guess L'nlikely as it may sound to. H up in metropolitan centers, KassewiU' birthplace. Fitzgerald, Ca served the Jewish population of half of South Georgia with a large synagogue. He.was active in B'nai B'ritli and ADL both in Georgia and in Washington, and while he has no formal synagogue affiliation here, he is a familiar figure lo most as a speaker and at services "f congregations of all shades Bond Lacking I have a feeling that the congregationa are taking the adults too much for panted, concentrating on the education of children ?nd ignoring us except when some one says. Let's have a function and raise money." 1 recognize that synagogues are big business today but. that being the case, they should make every effort to create an attrac live atmosphere as business does for its customers ine thing is that liberaliza %  -. %  %  LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND HARDEN MAISOLK \ l THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY N.W 25th ST. at 103rd AVE TU 5-1689 lion of services and pufc needed, more so in C01 synagogues than There's room lor more ing talk through adi groups and the like The veteran new >papi liberal views on tl the Jewish scene K II lief that "Those convi bis had no business Augustine or Mississi have enough t.. do New York. Chicaj land—where the problem ju-t as real—and when IKof real help to thi ioners and their 1 There is a bond lackn the Jew and his syna while the belief in 1. be enough to draw him rabbi who appears tu hj er influence toda] %  HI Bl Emanuol Cordon 1877-1940 Harry Gord:1903. l,i A GOOO NAME IS MO TO BE TREAS.:;: THAN GREAT <-is GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave.. M imi Ph 373-5533 Miami Hebrew Book Store R %  SRAELI A DOME ST I C -"S f Heorew Rel


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*uly 31. 1964 *Jenist nwkfbn Page 9-A k UCJflOUS s< ervices BATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave. ox. RabO Isaac Ever. p.i. jnlay 8:30 a.m. "Tht'>":lii 'otiootasice." }•, Me eia iducted by Rabhir mi i • i'ii "Portion of %  ek." • AT SHALOM CONGREOA. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox, r Israel Kershner. • EMES 2^33 SW 19th Ae. ervative. Riobi Abraham S'.hDAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Contive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, r William W. Lipson. t i in. .-• \irday a.m. 0) EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. OrthoRnobi Solomon Schitf. llis HAIeeLnJ ^^^ ^ty WlHS Top towd From the American Jewish Committee TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 2?nrt Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. I By Special Report CANDLEUGHTING TIME 22 Ab — 6:48 p.m. i %  %  GtrOfn? Rd. Ribhi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. I'rliin i; p.m. Mnti'rilnj s:4" a.m. sriiii.n: "KMiniiiMM ami Jurialum -Two Cnnflii-tini: f-hllinmphiex." Bur .\iitr.yah: I • • n 11 Alan. :-..n i.l Ah. anil Mrs. Mai tin iMoff. T ?„*i P A E E r M,NU E L ,7 1 w hi "0NEW YORK The Rev. Dr. ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving „ „ „. Lahrman. cmtor Hirsh Adisr. Bemhard L. Olson, prominent PYlflay i |,.ni Patuttla) • .. m Protestant author, has just recciv• | ed one of the two 1964 National T TO£ l V& u -J2tfV n && %  edia Bro herh d B — • Awards of the National Council of TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. \ Christians and Jews for his book, Liber.,.Reform. Rabb, Morri. Kip| .. Faj h anf| p rejud ; C e," published by Yale University Press in 1963. The other recipient of the per lYi.lav vi-, i.iii Trmpk-'x new aplrItn.-il l.r..|. r. i:.,l l.i M,„ r \ Kl i uili i ..lulu, i KurvlccH. ISRAEL. 711 aath St. Orthoi TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Raebi Bere: Wain. Dr.. So. Miami Reform. Rabbi Y i pan. Bat irday : a.m. Set*|.dfli'-"~! by tinrunsriRii %  r>. v. bnlrHua leader IL-iiibi I ;<%  -•• i '".'. i ilu( %  inifort." Herbert Ba.imgnrd. Cantor Charles Kodner. Award is Mathew Ahmann, editor of "Race: Challenge to Religion" (Henry Regnery Co.), a collection of addresses from the First InterTEMPLE NER TAMio soth st. and national Conference on Religion TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOO. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform • Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. JACOB 301-311 Washington — e Orthodox Rabbi Tibor Stern. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW r Mauri:* Mamches. 120th St. Recorrstructionist. Rabbi • 6 5 p.n snrurdaj *:" a m M< L rr,s Sk0D Can,or Herman OottTEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. :-t l* ••• Involved" I ,et 12,0 NE > 5,l > A Reform. Rabbi __„_._ __~ ~~~ Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly. wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 951 Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Flamingo Way. Conservative. Ernest Steiner. Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradii and Race, held in Chicago in Detional. Raboi Euaene Laboviti. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. comber. 1963. KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave. Irn Traditonal. Rabbi Max 4ro. Ca-itoFred Bernatein. I.*. • .--• rmon: "Mberl > I %  B\i '. ::II |. in. "Tlir I -i • %  %  |. m ".III-III With M • ration 8:|*i ii m I %  L 111.11 mi, KI while Itahbl KronlHh .away, ItaliM Hr irk FWher s.r.n.n "i|...,. MalmnnIdt-n s.i' i io:4 a.in W'n lam I{• %  > nl • !IH in Inn in i |mr' II.• • all \ rluiini %  ,m,, i 139 NW 3rd Ave. r,,,,vi... i .,!.-. ,„ Kneger, secre— tt TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM 387 YOUNG ISHALL. 9?0 NE 171st St NE H57th St. Conservative Rabbi Orthodox. Raobi Shewn Stauber. Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex r"rlliij In p.m Satunln.i S:3n am ander Cohen. Sermon "IVirtlnn f 111.Week." M O S H E CONGREGATION. W. Owe Hwy. Conservative. bi S mon Aq-,| Cantor Hyman RAPHAEL Drdox. Ra p-i TFILAH M3 Euclid Ave Orx. Rabb Joseph E. Rackovsky The citation from the NCCJ call* Dr. Olson's book "a searching analytical study of religious prejudice among Protestant Americans. The citation says that the book makes "an invaluable contribution to every religious dialogue and a profitable reading experience for both scholars and the public at large who have a sensitive concern for sound group relations." INC. Setktts T-8583 ten* St fi-.'f!' 1-*J"1 in ice tli** :us |TORAH IS4th St. and NE 11th L Conserv it.ve Rabbi Max LipCantoB-n-Zion Kirschen[6 I'.m lay S:4a a.m. Mlnr -n. e 1APHAEL 1WI NW 183rd St. rvative. Ratibi Harold Richter. Jack Le'ner. • ,ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st anservati,.Rabbi David Ros% CantoG-jrge Goldberg. — e — JDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 Brews A\r Reform. Rabbi rd M. Leviton. W ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree rthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. WOOD TiVPLE SINAI. 1201 n st. Conservative. Rabbi Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah aim. £AD JEWiSH CENTER. 8th ^4 rstea.1 Conservative. Can.IS AI05' 8 |. n. • .ITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th %  naervativa Rabbi Shmaryahu iisky. Cantor Louis Cohen J'::i p.n Satunla.i 8:45 (I m \-• and Aarea "f TH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. %  ox. Ran i David Lehrfield. Abraham Seit. —— BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 -ton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi im strass'e'd. ilAIRES CONGREGATION. Hid Rd. Modern Traditional. • SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr. Raoi Pnineas Weber^EST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th ULervative Rabbi Zevi GreenID'C JEWISH CENTER. 645 Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi NahEarlier in the year. Dr. Olson received a Saturday Review of TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami Literature Anisfield-Wolf Prize for Ave Conservative. Rahbi Hcnrv ..K-. :.u .i r • i Werniek. Faith and Prejudice tor his •contribution to the field of mtergroup relations." Dr, Frederick Lewis Jones, president of the NCCJ, said, •'Fewer EURGEYDUT0 PETITION %  PROTEST SOVIET ANTI-5^ITI5 OR. BCRNHAKD OIS0N f The study reveals that there is, definitely, prejudice in church school teachings. Interestingly enough, prejudice against Catholics, harking back to the Reformation, the Inquisition and heresy trials, and today stemming from a fear of the monolithic church structure and the temporal activities of the church, was found to be much more of a preoccupation of the Protestant mind than Jewish prejudice. Negative attitudes toward Jews awards have given our organizaare largely centered around ceriton greater satisfaction.'' "Faith and Prejudice" is based on research which Dr. Olson conducted at the Yale Divinity School. tain critical themes, such as the crucifixion, and Jesus' relations with the Pharisees. Dr. Olson believes that the basic problem in II was suggested by the American tenns (,f ,nc Jews ,s ,0 ******* I'rotestant educators and lay Sunday school teachers to the danger of holding 20th Century Jews responsible for the acts of one particular group ot Jews in the time of Jesus. His findings reveal very little udices of a religious, racial or ethracial or ethnic prejudice. As a nic nature, matter oi fact, many of the church Dr. Olson's hook analyzes the M h ""'.' ( '""" s i re : -! K,, '. "' >, v ^," 1 curricula of four representative Jewish Committee, which has encouraged similar Catholic and Jewish self-studies. Dr. Olson's work took seven years, during which time he examined mure than 120,000 church school lessons. seeking implied or explicit pro.jfostering good intergroup relations The 1. literal and Presbyterian curricula are more free of UnUed Presbyterian PWWtee and more weighted tof.S A... conservative uunl ,,,M vt interfaith and interroup appreciation and underBoston—Petition protesting Soviet anti-Semitism, initiated by B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation members at Boston area colleges, has drawn 7,000 student and faculty signatures. Student officers of campus religious groups at Massachusetts Institute of Technology man a booth collecting signatures. Left to right are Margaret Shork, of Sheridan, Wyo., Technology Catholic Club; Irvin Asher, of Savannah, Ga., Hillel; Richard Lueth, of Everett, Wash., United Christian Fellowship. *Y" Campers To End Season Three end-of-season camper, tainment media, such as the thea # I shows for parents next week will tre. motion pictures and teleADATH VESHURUN. conI bring to a close the summer day! vision. ve 1025 NE 183rd St., Miar camp program of the YM and! On Thursday evening. Aug. 6. Protestant viewpoints: liberal (Unitarian-Universalist), the neoorthodox Church. Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod 1. and Fundamentalist (the I ft-w^ing than the coniervative and publications of the Scripture Press, which provides material for Fundamentalist and Churches). Fundamentalist materials. The NCCJ award includes an Evangelical embossed scroll and gold medallion enclosed in lucite. WKAT-FM FROM — — — — %  — —— %  YWHA of Greater Miami. The two shows will be presented in I hundreds of boys and girls who different parts of the county. The | have been participating in the Jordan Marsh Auditorium, at 7:30 JCT HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES nro 8 ram "** 'he eight-week camp' p.m., will be the locale for a musi-l season have prepared presenta cal revnue entitled This Was the lions at each of the three branch Summer That Was," which will re-1 locations. late the highlights of the entire The World of Fnterfainmenf •' al l' season of Camp Shalom of will be the theme of the campers ,ne Miami Beach "Y." at Camp Ma-Ka Bee of the Miami On the same evening, the boys! Branch for the show to be pre and girls at Camp Noar of the Ni.^a'ch^seeks^posltion^oM scnU>d Wednesday evening, Aug. North County Branch will offer lays in hotel. Conservative. 4 3, at 7:30 p.m., at the Miami "Y "[ their camp show for parents at | [inpea* or :0 c?e fl i!'v?r 'sermon^'" 4 Auditorium. The campers will ofNorth Miami Junior High School: wrm


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Page 10-A > Jen /"$/ fhridiar Fridcrv Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWIHIN Life With Mama and Papa in Their Fur Establishment NOT IP un MAMA MADE MINKS York: Doubled* y By S*'i S*ndbr9 SJ.eS U2 IVE BEEN TRYING to think where to put this book a-1 \h only thing I can think of is dove. U there really *s suei a category as -light suustr reading." and I doc : know why there should be do people read dif-" — mer" — I suppose it was created to hold books like Mama Made Minks MMM is a memoir, unembelkshed it wculd seem, with fictional claptrap like structure ian*. lage. or even humor I better quote some of the jacket, became I'm not gome to get tt-ar ar.y of tnat or. .; delirium m> "Life with Mama and Papa in their thriving custom fur riers estaol;on upper Madison Avenue uaa happy hectic ur.prei.i.:abie affair, bursting with sardonic All R. 'id "r By MAX LERNER Barry's Agony to Begin Now in Earnest •JOT ONLY IS I -.%  • I the other ha: .-• : .%  I bii : 7 -•:bavi ."•-• -•.-_ Ml the pre-..it the Goldwater • i roMem lid be i mistake to see it all as mam puia There is a force in eventi them%  --5. once they have been set in motion, which As We Were Saying: By ROBCTT E. SEGAL Bill Buckley's Law UUILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR., %  eioquer.t and articulate sp for the old youth division of the American Right is critical of .2 people risking their lire Mississippi thisummer to help Negroes there in their fight for itktn and the ballot. Tne boys and girls who have given up a summer'.chance to I or earn some money to further their own careen and instead have chosen to face violence. D death, in the South are too quixotic for Mr. Buckley'] liking Long ago. he says, he learned •hat unle-s a warring party has reasonable hope the fight should not be made. \V ington'l soluiers at Valley Forge and many other \rnerican colonials who took on the British against it oddmight smile at that one Not satisfied with pooh-poohing the heroic efforts of a thousand idealists creating a new chapin the American profile of courage. Buckley na written also that he ii happy with the num*-r of people who do not exercise their technical igbl to vote Effortshould be made to bring o the pollonly those politically mature. Buckley -ayadding: "And here is the dilemma of the %  nti-Mississippians who find themselves bemoaning ..norance of the Negro population in Miasissiplayins, that these ignorant people mu-t made to vote But what would they vote for. f they are not yet trained to vote deliberately?" Beyond the point that Buckley ignorethe fact that Mi-si-sippi's separate schoolhave been far 0 equal and beyond the point that those whom Buckley cavalierly brandat "anti-Mississippianhave gone South to conduct Freedom Schools I-%  question Buckley might do well to a-k him-elf What are those who are trained to vole now deir,.rately voting for in Mississippi?" Buckle; beloved trained ones are voting for Paul Jo.hn-.on who has advised white M.-ippians a t to comply with the public accom• tion of the new Federal Civil Rightl but to appeal to eral court leelare •oral This is the same Tnhnaan who. the i niversit) of Mi--issippi was blocl •;.. enroUment of .lameMeredith, iras bin imt. What • look at some of the M i lawmalpes I %  %  men who set them in motion to ac cept Goldwater had I aga:it rights 1 "Soul :. .-..-. he pub .... ... empty pan uidacy balf-meai nstitui i for thi %  rater is t man caught between the pos. !elt he had to take, and th. .... ..... but upon the natior. Himself i I Brebreathing fanatic or racial big<-t '-.• kn the far • A bigots are bound to r D I -.dard he has raised—his position that the Civil Rights Act :unconstitutional and that only a police state can enforce it This not only how the vociferous Southerner? feel, but a potentially large segment of the "beckla V nhern whites as well. Faced by the prospect of a campaign whose legic is bound to stir up bit terness in every' section Goldwater recoils from it and moodily wonderwhether the stakes are worth the risks Scxanton and Lodge have rightly called Gold•mtec "impulsive" and in the area of foreign poldeci.-io.nthiquality makes him dangerous. Vet striking as this trait of his may be. there is a related one which is more striking: the naive quality which makes him take a position in all integrity, perhapeven reflectively over a period of time, without thinking through its full meaning—an • then ahriakiag irom the prospect it openAa legislator. Goldwater takestands beyond hiunderstandms: aPresident he would set in mo0 more than he could handle. Alter that comes '.evitable agony of conscience It is this quality in him, of going beyond hidepth on issue after issue, which hafrightened „ff the better part of the business leaders. The> are men who have had to make big decision-, ofnes, but they are disciplined to ask what these decisions will bring in their train What counts in statecraft is this searching quality of mind, this feel for the consequences, which Lyndon John-on has notably and which Goldwater no tably lacks In that sense the Republican liberalmoderates are quite right in saying that Goldw„ur ithe weakest possible candidate to run again>t j man with Johnson's qualities If the Goldwater forces should mount a campaign ( overtly or covertly) on the civil rights struggle as the chief i-sue. they would find Lyndon Johnson exactly the wrong man to mount it against Johnson has broken many political rules and upset many cliches, but the most important is the boar) political adage that to drive through a major program you must divide the nation and make bitter enemies. humor and zestful individualism gem of wit. wisdom, and wily det-rn.. genuinely Unforgettable Character Nou own family is fascinating, absolute >ou have a mink-making mother it doean edge But we all have a mostly tacit ... is you plan to jazz up the old mem with craftsmanship — they ought te n native state and not try to become a 1 As a matter of fact — to be serious anasty — Sara Sandberg s Mama souacvital woman and the family incident., ar. > and obviously strong persbook is jumpv and uneven, a mela: ,• of 1 common to an> trad, and Sandberg family history, good and bad any real point That I | thei point have to r up SaMrCrank I. '• Ii is a "man who has w. • stones .> produei • %  | -. nd thai etter thai ok indici OH the Record: By NATHAN ZiPRINi Cynicism Keynoted A LOCAL NEWSPAPER %  ^ c:t> : my domic i Dvariahl) -upported the vjn Party remarked •ha: with -ome editing I lote addre.-s delivered ".OP convention in San FranCB ,-ould be made to suit a DC.Tcratic convention. It is true that orig. DJOl a commodity that comes cheapl.v would hae hoped that a political convention 1964 would somehow reverberate with have a closer kinship with this than the n. century One would also have expected thai m d-eentorj electorate would be treated politician> aa mature segment of our par I the convention wawholly devoid • lecture! effort, or originality and of danr Platitudes reigned >upreme and banality n millions to whom the ap| ted lerved no better tx better ism : • .hemi-tr> of I ins, bu' blatant d I of the Capacity of the voter will surely some day plague them And in saying this. I do close the Democratic Party, for it i. %  that the Democratic convention too will %  ic H 1 by a paucity of ideas and by an nil sal designed for the unthinking and unimagir.. And I'llis a pity America in this habecome a literate country. But on< •• — ( %  not believe it listening to the politician:T>::-: out the palaver aif it were manna from < : The American people are losing inter, -t in tne political parties not because they have in our democratic society but because th< ly offer no choice to the electorate A roof that holds dispartae and mutually exclusin elements is a travesty The line of d< between the two panics is so thin that it undicernible. except perhapto the trained par: •1KB -VBTU if >u i \>n i -4 • oi it Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR No Love Between Rabbis and Social Workers %  i / A L V .< IT IS NO secret that there is not mud much love lost between rabbian> Jewish social workerSome rabbis ar of the opinion that a good many of th< Jewish professionalhave little or n Jewish knowledge. On the other hanr" practitionerin the field of social —ea>e worker-, psychiatric case work mantial counselors child guidance i r> often blame their cliento ted to have told a pares! that if hien itic rym. l| near lewish social %  m the belief that the conflicted '• ial work. been bV ease in New are i than 1.000 rabbis holdir The Ne* York •n of Jewi-h 1'hilanthropie.-. in cooperation with -everal experiments aimed at bnngu % % %  ^"-' I understanding between the rabbian.i th. "fl fessional The Federation's Commission on .%  • %  -'s'f'l R ela tio ns directed by Rabbi Isaac N Trait conductim: seminars with a view toward h"' j ial woikerwho have a paucity of •'' ""* %  background to appreciate Jewish history ,: n 1 Similar seminars have been conducted for ul %  Kring the rabbi a workable knowl< ""' ia v l H rk agencies, their rationale and the i ^l the Jewish eomniunity Thvhabeen '"M nition of thi I l the rabl i U '.M %  >rker d witb human bi i I-'I i Individi a! national conl .r workei :' h bopes. establish tl I M i --."ii. and (<.r u-heritiMm nd mutual respi et In the th1 picture that many r lone that i%  ..... Th-.J ,. ,|,



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1964 fJenist fkridliiaiin Page 11-A GAL NOTICE ,,.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTiSe i,. %  .,'. % % %  < %  > '--N ">\" ,. undUii>iMl dc-iring to n *" '" isJlietM HI • r IIII ctitiolls n. lines R A OIH.I MISH FAHRENHEIT Hl>rri"M<: CLINIC ^ %  r.1 Street North Miaou ^ %  icrxU. '" iegist-i %  with II< "l.-iU -f tile H...' i %  •< i ';..!•• Count), Floi %  %  KI'.NA INC Florida • i.rporotlon A MANNHEIMEB for Applicant kt Plate Center SrMn 7 17-14-11, \-7 ;iRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUOICAL CIHCUIT FOR DAOE COUNTY, IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 774 %  TKli. u I i UBlt -. lintili. VMBHO b ^MMOAL, BY HENRY LEONARD 1 I WINIML th^om m or^mia my Cl'STKIN and hi.-. wlfi ii nun i< ii. iidunis TO DEFEND OR ORDER >UBLICATION SU.T FORECLOSURE I:I*S ii.IX ami N". hiwife, II in. II Ii. cl n Boulevard • mm ik. Nt I'• %  h Nation., i Mai h m rj l !x ln< Mot I ..-k. New Vork 11 i: \i "i i i >iyol*, an fled i I.I i .i i 'omplalnl [oi ,.i" Mm tgagi has I" %  HI %  ..i )ou .. ., ..in An-iv I ii:. t omplalnl on Iffalform j. Aaron M Si irltj Ti UHI Building, I and III* n -im i .. a In* HI 'liofi Court ill, I,, do Ml Fault ill l laki i i, li. nidi 'ill. "And the next question for discussion is 'Can the Toupee De Considered a Yarmaike Substitute'?" Cepl 1064. Doyenj rVorfuCtioftf LEGAL NOTICE NOTir.c iiwncp FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tSIVKN that Ihunderslgnetl oesiring to eugugi w business under the fictitious name ol TBKHV KKY PERM INNKI. al 8911 N.w. Till Street, Miami, Florida, Intend* i" register said name with the I'liii. of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. HE1UIBRT E. OOCLDEN s..i. owner 7 17-84-31, •• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage hi business under the flctltloui name of SAL'S TAVERN :u 310 N.W. 87th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of PadCounty, Florida. RBRAFINO FALI.AVi'l.l.lTti Hole i iwni i STEPHEN KKSSl.KU Attorne) for Applicant 7 17-24-11, > 7 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewisti thridHan solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit IMW5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE n i j I I •en ] • %  >r. .: kiln ..ml KKMINOI.K lull.HITtig to thereol pd In I'lnl i, ..: the I'nlilii if I >:nl. i 'oUlltS FliM da Klin i be published f.n four ..n--. weeki WISH Fl.tiRIDIAN vD • >KI ii KKI' al Miami, Florida, this Llth da) i. p... i L.BATHEKMAN ,f HiCircuit Court t\ P. li d'KI.AN i i I li |>|lt> %  l-l.. IS. KANNKK itv Tl II.-' I'.'iildli %  no. i.i., 5-j i 7 17 IN I 11 S 7 — DTICS BY PUBLICATION .HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .eVNTH JUDICiAL CIRCUIT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA CHANCERY in!r.-B W No. 64C 7775 ^j*; ., U AM u :v it \:>Uf 'ill \ u I.KY. ii irtvs^ tECCAS l-l: DeTe. %  %  :-: %  vea in th< SUIT FOR DIVORCE REBEC 2(M Be. N .. • U afl -f the Cirin or lfore thlth da) | Mtt, if you f:iil to do b) d< r.uilt will be laku for the relief d< maudi ill ..f • *omplalnt. nhall 1 published once ,^r four consecutive weeks RVI8H II .OR1DIAN. hi ORDBRBD nt Miami, d*Vj^B liltb ii.n of .Inly, l.K.l NRATHBRMAN if the Circuit Court foun St-.i 11 UlCBRITK MORFORD I>r|illl\ I'l.lk ZfiriF.lt.MAN HulUllns LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCL TOP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Na. 64C 6960 II VMRI RU HA\ IM.-' >N I'laintll I FiNt.BV .it >XI:H I: .nd. i Ipti Hi .. mi.i'ii NOTICE OF SLIT TI • I'lm II It, M Vlcl'' n ...ii nnn M II Mi % %  his if-. %  to I i r. \.. iiuKlicino. Yon in, h • ., ..;; i that the aliot .ii. i"'i'I act IOB ha stitutcd II-. i list MI'I in thCircuit i '..ir i of thi Indicia! Clti uit "i iIOI Ida In and foi IIAI >!•: Count) '" fon cliM*e i mortffase upon the followinn bed I*' 'H-ri v I... i ". i:l... k :• %  •! revised I'lnl -f :• IMri on of '' \i.' it. %  "ITN • • in I'lui I %  •"•!. % %  %  it I -•• 8:1 being .i replal of .i I" rtlon ol i \ Rl •!. CITY ar.-.-or l.-d in I'lal Book .".7 %  I Pag< •-' % %  ol iiI'ni.ii. !:.. i .1,,i 11 ..I. i %  mi. i i". Ida You ,II i %  IUII d to file swer to plaintlfl %  %  tn| ultil Ith the i "let k of Hi. %  psaid Court, and .. \ %  a ..|.. 11.. Intlffa attorne) MAR PIN FINK, IHIi Floor. |i ol,. I ill i .ii llulldlng, Mian Florida not kit r than AUKU I -' %  IBM, oi .i I i.-. i. I'. i'. ni. -%  •.. Ill III entered against you I I \TKI •: .lul> '.'". I Ml B. Ii I.I: \ i %  III-:I:.M \N Clerk ..f th< Circuit t "ourl (seal) B} : C. I' .'iil'i:i.AN|i lipnut) Clerk \i w: PIN FINK Alton.. ) for I'l. until %  I iih l-'i • I lade Ft derai Uldg Miami 3!, Florida 7 21-31, ^ 7-1 I i-a j ion undisIda / • i ". ail..' in v i'i: 7 I7-21-J1 1 .: bet**] %  r i ,-nafois*! %  (iilturi 1 |RCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICiAL CIRCUIT [FOR DADE COUNTY. >A. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7672 rlAMSlii iii.ll IA N K, %  tin fiiii.t.ir CORICA imi Itii'v. inwife. It r 11 %  lilt DTICE OF SUIT EN i-llll.t.ilCllRICA I CORICA, his married |l>. a Ptreel |t..t. Connecticut ereb) i .•tifled that the knt'd action has been InHUM y,,u in the Circuit Judicial Circuit of nor.or Dad* County to foroMtage upon th,. following ui property: ck 47 First Addition to acoordlng to tli* I'lnt oi.i.-.i in Plat ito..k K.I of the Public Rfcords County, Florida, -vtiutreil to file ynur an%  aintilft. complaint with tlie aforesaid Court, and V th-reof muni plaintiff's UiTIN FINE, 14th Floor, il r."ilii'nn. Miami :::". later than August St, free Pro Confesso will be In-, you. Iiilv 1" l'M',4. LBATHBRMW the Circuit Court P COPBUAND Demity t'lerk P padr ral Bide. in ni. i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63828-A IN RB: Bstnte l .MICH A 111. COHEN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Ci.d imi All P< rsons Mayins Claims or Demands Against Saul i:-.., i. You are hereby notified and required to prevent an] i sit and demands wlii'h von nun have attains! the Mtstt of MICHAEL, COHBN deceased litof I ad.County, Florida, t.. the Count) Judges of Dade County, .iinl file the ssmi In duplicate 11ni as I'll" id. I in Ki %  '.".. 7 ".:: l(, Fltn Ida Statuti -. In their offices in ; i i '..'iiii v •' '(house in Dade Countj Florida, within sl> r months front the ii.n. 'i tin flrsl publication hereof, •the SH %  bai red Hated al Miami, Floi la, tin25th • \.i\ oi June, A 11. i'"'.i FRANi I s %  i iHKN MERVI.E A KAMI II..-' Mi IRTIMKR s i'. IHEN As Kxe< F i -t publli .it I. i. this noi %  on the 10th da> .t July, IM. MORTIMER COHKN \n at) ioiii'-' ntors %  •13 Anode) BulltllnH IO-17-II-SI LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH? ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6618 I'NITKD ST VI F.S SAVINC.S BANK (IF NEWARK, N I .i \. ,t i. rsi s I Ma It \ FINM 1 i' \ in I:.. II %  I idant, NOTICE OF SUIT 'I'i i Ml ... I Ann I ...|.. / Rotll an.i i. iiIttKli'isuex, het husbaiul, Ri -i i. ni %  CNKNi >\\ X. and it remit %  led, tin Ir unknow n -|... ii>.-. If IIVIIIK and it dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, a^-i--;ii. urantf.-s. legatees, llenors, ..• trustees "' other claimants, elalmliiK by, thrtiuah, under i 1 ^ against the above named defendants who may be dei eased You are hereby notified thai the above captloncd action habeen Instituted a %  :.11 %  t > "U in t he Court of tn. Judicial Circuit of 1 ioi Ida I. and for i >ADE fount) t" foreclose a mortxaee upt>n the following bed i.i! propt it i l...t BltK < I Cl'TLBR RIDlJE, .— 11. i I' 'N THREE litiK to the l'la. thei..!. i. corded In I'lal Book :,: at I'apt -: ol tht Public Records ,,. i i.,.i. i'.. mt) Florida, :.'-• thei with Aluminum Venetian Blinds and folding 'I'"You are required to flic yotir answer in plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorne) MARTIN FINK, llth Floor, Dads Federal Building, Miami 12, Florida not later than August 26, 1964, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATB1 >: .lui% 20, 1964. !•: B. L.EATHERMAN ci. k of the "ircull Court (seal) Bj : C. P. CI.I-KI.AN l> l leput) ci' rk MARTIN FINE Atioi ne) for Plaintiff llth I'l Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Florida 7 M-M, S 7-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C= THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7964 IOROE V'AZQI BZ, Plaintiff, \ .I'ACI.A ll.ldll.l/.A v vzgci / Defenilanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: I'M l. A II.I.I:I.I/.\ \ A/...' i 'ulli '• I N" C-'l -ni.I' \ ) 17 Mi. i.in.i i i i.i all. i. i 'ul.a Yi >!' \RE HKHEIA notil a t'timplaint foi l> ore, DREWS .i. ...... .1 late of Dade Couni it.-. I agaiasl you and ) ty, Florida, to the County Judges of required to I'll. Coui and %  the same in swvr ,,, ,1,,. I'omplail II" I' duplicate and ..provided m Section | t |ff„ attorney, I.KSTF.lt !:• • :i:.Horlda Statutes, in their ofn | %  -.j \ \\ It Stret .. in i he Count) Courthouse In Miami, V .ork Dmlt County, I lorida, within -i\ cal,,, ,i,. Answ, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 63813 A IN RK: Kstate of ciiAlll.lls IV. ANDREWS 1 lereused. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Kstate: Y..U at In "-i.> notified and required to present an) clnimn and demands which )ou ma) ha\e against %  | matt oi %  HAiii.Ks \\ A Nmiai months from the lime of the iblli aiion ...... thi -.I-.. ,\ !1 I., l-.i %  -i i Mel k of ili. Kiev i-nth Judl Cli nd foi l in r fore the 2i I inteil at Mil n .. Floi Ida, thin H th ,,, ,,. • Jul). \.D i'i AN'tiKI. ANl.|:i:v. S \ \ %  Miin First pill n % %  : this II the 17.1. .. I II) 1964 SIMi IN, II \VS e aga Inst tin estate of .ui.ii's \ SAI'ERSTKIN Attorne) foi Applicant .1 late ol Bade County, Florida, inoi N i: I2."th Sti to the Count) fudges of Dad. County, North Miami. Florl and file tin • in dui i • .....I as • provided In Section "33.16, Florida Statutes. In Iheli offices in, the lounTHE COUNTY JL 'DGES COURT > Courthouse n. I 'ad. "i.i. v. ;!'.|N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. Ida, within I-I\ calendar months fr the lime of the flrsl publication hete..f. i.r In.-.i nil w ill be I'.iri ed Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7th day of July, A D 1964 slliKl.i:\ SAI'KRSTEIN As Kxecutrix First publication ol thinoil the loth day of Jul} 1941. SIDNEY M 114 'I '/IN Attorney foi Kxecutrix Suit Brlckell vve .Miami. Fl >rida S3I3I 7 10-17-21-31 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63303C IN RE: Estate of ANNA PORTMAN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and All Peraona Having Claimor Demands Against Slid Estate: You are hereby notified ami required t" present any claims and demands which y„u have against the estate of ANNA PORTMAN deceased late of l>iide County. Florida, to the County Judge* "f Dade County, and file ti.,same in duplicate and as provided in Section 718.16, Florida statutes, in their oll'ices in the Co.n.v 'ouri house in Dade County. Florida. Within six calendar months from the thinof the flrsl publication hereof, or ih' same ^'ii be barred. Dated ..t Miami, Florida, this Mh daj ..f July, \ D. 1964 IAI .: TI'l'LER K1..-1: ISRBENIlBRa \ K\,. u 1 i lice on the loth da) ol Jul). %  • i IBRS'Ht N s Mil.i.r.r. Mtorney I t;.. Lincoln R.ia.1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63761 IN' RE: Estate of SAMI'KI. F. Kill I. I leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons rlkvlng claimor Demands Against Said Estate: You a... hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you mas have against the estate of SAMI'KI. FtHIEL deceased late of Dade County, I-lorida. to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the -amIn duplicate ami aprovided In Rectum 783.16, Florida Statues, In their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dadi County, Florida, within six i ii indar months from the time of the ti. >i publication hereof, or thsame will be barred. Dated al Miami. Florida, this lUth da) -I Julj A l>. li"il AINSI.KK It. FERD1E As Executor Flrsl publication of this not I n th,. 17th i\n\ of July. 1964. AINSI.KK R. FBRDIE Attorne; for Executor Suitj.-'. -'.Is \v. LeJeune Rd, Coral Gables, Fla. 7/17-24-81, I 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63606B IN RE: Estate of FLORENCE K llll.l.Kt: 1 leceast >i NOTICE TO CREDITORS FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63582-B la RE Estati KI.SI-: MBDNICK, Dei asi d NOTICE TO CREDITORS T i All Cr. dilo. and All Pi %  :. llavn ing claim, I.I ii,..I,amis Against I State. Y..i. .... hi eli) notified and rt o.iir.d to present ii... claims and demands which you uia> 1... against I the estate of ROSE MBDNICK d< ceased late "i Dnde Countjt. rMor.da. •,.. the Count) Judges of I hole County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Rectlon 78IL16, FlorhlA Statutes, In tht • • In the Conni\ Courthouse in Dade C t\. Florida, within six calendar month, from the tin f the : publication he f. or tba same will IHhaired. Dated at Miami. Florida, this I3th To All editorand All Persons Havday of July A.D. 1984. Ing claim, o. Demands Against Sa.d frriA'IA WKIRS K "','.;;'ar, here!., notified and rep„bllca,ion^f U tlS! notic, quired t s enl ;...> claims and de, )u |i;ih |)j|% i|f ||h ,.„ ; mands which you may have against BYRON I Rl'ARRER the estal Florence B. Hlller deAttorne) for Executors IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY CASE No. 64C 7602 MARIA T HiiNZAMlZ, Plaintiff, vs. I'.l UtKK'I'i 1 t;. .N7.AIJ-1Z I lef-ndant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ROBERTO (lONZAUKZ, San .lose, Costa Hi. a. C.-ntral America YOU, ROBERTO OONZALBZ, San .lose, Costa Rica, are required to file your answer to the complaint for divorce. With the Clerk of the above captloned Court, and .--rye a copy thereof upon Olno P. Negrettl, Attorney at l.aw. 910 Congress Building. Miami :-'. Fla on or before the I2tn day of August, 1964 or elsi complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated Jul) 8, IM4. I: B U5ATHBRM N Clerk of :h 'Mrcull Court (seal) i-> i C. i' r Exi : i.lo Red Rou i. South Miami, Pin 7 %  : %  -••! IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63762-A IN RE: Estal Til.I.IK FRANKED, 1 .eee.i St li NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims : I• %  '..amis Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and reNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L*W v. 'TICK is HEREBY UTVEN 11 I the undersigned, desiring t %  • gage it business under Ihe fictitiieis nnmi I RATERNITV JEWELRY al 1186 South Dixie Hlghwa) Florida i..i l to '.!:.-'.• I name n ith the Clerk nf the CV l ladt 'ounty, Floi id i I.i:.i KCHRRKER DORl IT i I Y sen As i '•'Part %  !• STERN, HI'TNER -\ BAXTER 7 10-17-24-81 hit i WIIII im-A Stern 11 Attorne) s for t ht net .7 • • • : •• quired to pre* ..i any claims and de-I Estate: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE N -i. 63646 B IN RB: Estate of SARAH sil.l'.lliMAN Deceast l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi r• Hiving Claims or lvinandAg ilnst Sail mands which vou mat have against the estate oi TII.1,111 FRANKED, deceased late "f 1 *ade Count v. hMorIda. P. the County Judges of Dade You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you mii> hav i against the -state of SARAH SI 1.1 '! lltMAN County, and filthe sane in duplicate 'deceased late uf Dade County, Floran.l as provided in Section 7:;::. IK. ida. to thi County Judges uf Dade Florida Statute.-, in their offices in ihe Count) Courthouse in HadCounty, Florida, within six calendar months from tht' time of the first publication heri-i, or Ih.sum, will be haired. Ihtted at Miami. Florida, this lith day of .iniv \ i • 1964. DAVID I KANKi'l. MARVIN BERNARD FRANKEL ANITA Ml KIKI. KKS-'h.l. As K\. and Executrix ,.t Estate t Tilli, I i.nikel MYERS, HEIMAN .\ KM LAN I :> Louis He in in %  I A i \ %  I Hi \\ I ..-. .( Miami i County, and .ii, the same in duplicate ami as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In thali offices In the Count) Courthouse In l*atte County. Florida, vv ithiu ?-i.\ calendar months from the tim. of the fi ..ti...i Ihereof, or the wtme vvi., be barred. I Sated at Miami ,Fl"l Id I this 7th .lav ..I lulv. A.I' 1964 Itt'KKN SII.BKRM \N Al FRED RTBIN t' is... itors riral publl notlci on h dav of .lulv SIMON li \t ..v i ili' v : Attorne) I I v i llns H



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.; A aVocf Flrrr+^r Fnday ;_:>• v-J British MP's in Protest of Move Against Mancroft r, Hebrew-£ng/ish Calendar The new 1*4-63 Luach issued by Wilno Sau-age Co iJ now available by -end..'.2 a rj card to The Jewish Fiondian The new Lui< ovmplettHe h calendar anr! 2 timeand other valuable ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR cmm let vs repair it or apply %  new one. For free estimate phone: _. ACME TV itooi IM. Jr 685-1952 JTA — S r* -.. -LaedoB Chamber of Coaserc* -stMC. te Lort MxBcrofr Jew--:~: : :.-•-:• %  : %  --.-• %  r-alaar expressed cor tke (Jere-r-pae-TV ter : bdnva %  • -ber as Tieamof U Aral ; b<4>e •-.* Chamber ill re•: pre^*>"hat *i opposed tc be~.£ :.,--.*: ;• ---;. %  ?••.:• %  -' w* aod *ill w* cooBtenanee %  • The p*e>OvS i'Hm*n' es < -*e-f-:e ts t stand m the Cjmbf| [Cum*!. Commerce.'' fry ths Tr, reaffirming frt* Cherrb*' S ivippor* of retolutxws eooc-ted m ItSe by the ii'.x i" :of Brrtish Cham b*'S o* Commerce on the ssue The resolutions deplaned the intervention of political ouesnon m the field of international trade by recourse to boycotts based on racial or religious criteria ta Der ••• %  A naten %  the me*" Iran Invites Jews to Help In Celebration TEHERAN JT* W :.ibeen invited by the Iru %  | irtidpate in the f rtfe rr.;ng celebrat. -• %  o! -ary of 'he | : "he Iranian Empi: CJTUI "he Great, according I uaDOUDCenent made by Jim-hzd Kasnfi, a member of the Iranian Pariaaaent. :ed to Dr Henr;. Rap*.' New York psychiatric and Tal:.c scholar, who • received the Ministry of the Shan Court The Stub's hope that Jew ry would play a role in the cele bratjon was relayed to world Jew r;. through Dr Gold Cyrus the Great, who conquered the Babylonians in the year 539 b elo w the Christian era had immediately re-tored to the Jew > :ne \ *---<-.taken by Babylon from the First Temple, and permitted the Jewto return to Palestine removed 'B ffie—a referer the Council for Middi* y trade which has cantacti J the Arab countries Isrj^i been refused mer-ibe-ship a Council. the res iwiiawrr oe the deveiopsert eontxB-r I i* se^" -rte morr : i Mr* :b* r*sparpoJpre---" .--..• -ere el-e had the forced lio r M W I-any Britain's rde dealinos in t-:* Middle East '• ha-d : ed tSrouoh Bntmon (]O0 pourdrl trade .rab eoBatr -aid it' 5!' %  UWMitel wo\: MM i i{ I UKJ B.F.Goodrich NORTON TIRE Co. MAIN $TO: 5300 N.W. 27th Av.. Optn 24 hovr. and oil do. Sun. NEW STORES IN HIALEAH AND SOUTH DADE A Message Concerning Your Driving Safety and Comfort: B.F. Goodrich calls its best tire the LIFE-SAVER. You will too. We believe you cannot purchase a better tire for driving safety or comfort. Please read the details below. Then let us change-over your ordinary tires to LIFE-SAVER 880"$. NEW LIFE-SAVER 880 *S* 1 ^^ m x %  "T... •^.-. .&f *+ 0* THE STRONGEST. SAFEST TIRE FOR YOUR FAMILY! (May well be the only tire your car ever needs!) This is the worry-free "Big Edge" Tire that seals punctures instantly ... and permanently. Has more than twice the rub ber on its edges as most other premium tires. Better brat i Entire tread is in contact with the highway at all times. Built with SUPER-SYN-same rugged rubber used in l • duty BFG truck tires. Adds thousands of softer-ndmg m f; SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS-on the one tire built for people who never want to worry about tires again. %  K^R OPEN A BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT 5300 N W 27th Ae Oeee 24 Mrs. t All Ooy Seoaey Our 40th Veer YOU HAVE INSTANT CREDIT IN OUR STORES WITH YOUR NATIONAL OH COMPAN> ANO OTHER APPROVED CREDIT CARDS We Do Not f ABM OUT" eur credit • cceunts to f inonco cemeoniea



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^0(/< oman s iMjy ~Jewii§li Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. July 31, 1964 Section B RONIT R1NAT HERE FOR BEAUTY CONTEST Miss Israel Wants to be an MD "Shalom." said this year's Miss Israel. Ronit Rinat, a tall, sloeeyed beauty who is planning to j be a doctor. The 18 year old is a fifth generation gabra and graduated from i high school in Haifa just before j coming to Miami Beach with her parents for the Miss Universe contest. She was honored at a breakfa-t Sunday in the Shelborne Hotel cosponsored by the Zionist Council of South Florida, of which Gerald Schwartz is president, and the Israel government Tourist Office. Poised and charming as she answers questions and signs autographs, the young beauty affects a minimum ol makeup—light pink lipstick and a touch of eye-shadow to highlight her blue-green eyes The beige eyelet-embroidered linen frock with nuge orown buttons called attention to the lovely curves of her body, but did noth ing to exaggerate them, and she wore her light orown nair piled on her small, aristocratic head. Her chaperone, Mrs Olive Hill, pointed out that much of her exquisite wardrobe Ronit made herself; while some was bought in the large stores and some was declined especially for her. A twopiece Bikini in bright blue with appliqued [lowers of the same material topped with a matching jacket and scarf was designed for Mis> Israel by the Grot ex Manufacturing Go. When the week's competition has ended here. Miss Rinat will go to California for Israel Bonds. She'll remain there until October and then return to Israel where she has a year and a half to serve in the army before attending Hadassahllebrcw University Medical School. In her precise English, Ronit aid 'I have no feeling of strangeness in Miami Beach. The lovelj homes with gardens and the imposing hotels remind me verj much of my native land, except that here there are BO many, many mure of them." Another similarity is in social customs. Ronit's 13-year-old brother observed his Bar Mitzvah early th;summer, and the religious observance was followed by a party lor 500 people.—F. L pm' .TtnTtrsTrir" MISS ISRAEL, RONIT RINAT bv kept secret of the year— surprise dinner party plan by Mai Knglander lor the thday of his lovely Sophia Guest of honor lured to the St Plagler Kennel Club on '.2. thought she was attend .i anniversary celebration friends Although she had the afternoon in the swimI. pool, while her best friends N having themselves coiffed [btauty salons, Sophia appearattractive in a green, char and royal silk shantung L'k and her own hair-styling n.i -io guests were seated nl li tables, lavish with floral Eorations, with an Individual thday cake for each table sumptuous meal completed the rangements, and Sophia was so iched she had to admit her sband's thoughtfulness had liped her over the milestone Ithday which she had been seetly dreading Another feasant surprise, a telegram ^m two oldest daughter-. Nicki Donna, working at the New ik Fair third daughter, Patti. at Girl out Camp in Sebring. and two pngest, Tobi and Maria, enterIg houseguest Medda Gudelof Silver Springs, Md. lich in evidence at the festiviSophia's four brothers and lr wives ... All sharing the name of Tendrich—Helen Izzy, Edyth and Sam, Ruth Dr. Max. Elayne and Moie The Englanders are getting Per n I j ft iABEL GROVE icratlc Convention to which So| >hia is a di leg; te. mm si\ week vacation in Europe all too short for Judge and Mrs. Albert iRuthi Duooin Com pensating tor her return. Ruth having all the fun of -hopping the college departments with youngest daughter Robin, who has transferred to the University of Miami An August holiday in Jamaica for the Bernard Suttas. of Coral Gables For her parents. Mr and Mrs William Friedman, also ol the Gables. Miami Beach's ideal vacation land, so they're summering at the Maxine Hotel For the young Suttas. 9 yearold Sandra is having her first taste of camp life at Blue Star in Hendersonville. joining broth er Elliott IS, of Gables Hi A veteran camper, he's serving as pre-counselor.


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Fage 2-B > Jeniit nrrHmr Friday, July 31 m Young l-'..zzzz'r.. Werner, of Surfside end Mi:rr.: 3e~:r. zze ahowD ct a luncheon at the : .~e:.:~r.to plan for a new chapter. See la right ere Mrs. Irvine Spear. •':= 1 Zcl:s. hostess Mrs. Jerry Schooler S:r:. re Mrs. Zv; Weinstem, Mrs. red Stone, coordinator. at %  s, Mrs. Sidney L. Schoen at the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Wing of the Tel Hashomer Hospital in Israel. THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 AMt ft)CAN / DINING PARKING MIAMI FACILITIES BEAC „ FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JEI-3U7 J^esfauranl D1XXEBS SERVED IftAII.Y 4 P M. to 10 P M. 4 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT Mrs. Peter Goldnng and Mrs. Morris Bicky. Mizrachi Women's projects for children :n Israel were discussed, and completion of a charter membership list was announced r. icrmal meeting of the now chapter scheduled soon. Mrs. Schcen Back From Trip to Israel MrSydney I. Scboen, T.i NW 7">th St.. who recently returned from an American Jewish Con gress tour to Israel. Italy, Suit/ crland an.i Prance, -till sorting out her impressions, especial!) "i Israel. Active in main or.:.:: he re. She took the tune t' ninny installations subsidized b) local gr %  s she could A past pi esident ol J< t isfa War Veti r North shore Post 677 Auxili Mrs Schoen used her limited tree time to visit the Tel Hashomei Hospital, where a surgery win. dedicated last April by the national organization Mrs. Schoen was impressed by the Hada-sah Medical Center She ;;. member of the I R. Goodman Group ot Iladassah She also en loved the Margaret Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem, an AJC project. She also visited schooland m ititutions supported by ORT and Technion A particular satisfaction to Mrs. Schoen was plantmu five treein the IJalfour Forest personally, a •Jewish National Fund project.' On the lighter side. Mrs. Schoen will alv, ays remember swimming in the Red Sea, the Mediterranean an.I even bathing in the Dead Sea Also while m Israel. Mrs s< hoen \ isited urb cousinin I 1 in Kibbutz Ramut Hakovesh. True Sisters Observe "Day 1 TrioSisters Daj celebrated annually by membi n of eveo branch ol the organization, will be observed tail year on Aug .s Miami 43. (JOTS, will mark the occasion with a luncheon and card party Wednesday noon at the Se \ille Hotel Mrs MornWeinberg, president of the local group. Invites the community to participate in the national observance Chairman of the day is MrEve Barchan. vice president. Founded in 1H64. I OTS is one of the largest and oldest women's service organizations in the United statewith lodges all over the country Major philanthropy inational cancer service Members ol Miami -13 do volunteer work in the children's tumor clinic of Variety Hospital Reci nt.> they pre -. nted with the help ot the Dan. • ei Fund, -> 10 X ray the I I ital Medical Center Summer Party .. • summei : the Greater M '. • can Mi • Tui \ • will %  i; pal %  ai ea Cha rmen are Mi Frei la erman Mrs Schoenfeld Mrs Joe Holober Harmony loJrse Speaker Local businessman Chuck Stewart will be guest speaker at a I : Lodge, l. : lh, on Moi I p.m., .it th-' sy ii. I! of Betl 'I rah G i '. -n ; %  %  ipresidenl ol the l idgc .-tew art belon ,s t the North Miami Beach i .. (masters Club, of which M< Daum is president Rabbi to be honored Rabbi and Mrs H nick will be guests traditional Friday n.. precedii \ aervicei ereth on tag 31 T jUSt returned from I-P.abbi Werniek purcl • the Temple IOSHII ClTtllll fraa fcori e"oeurei f m cimpltti aarfat TW ,, NW t t% T MIAM | PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict lupervmon ot the Un.ted Kathrus Allocation of ,.c.c. .. tfim .. pc.vin w Krfubi. MJUIJI .....jnan' J. s>atra OPfN HOUSI WEDDINGS 8*1 MITZVAHS IECEPTION1 Continental -rs Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • IANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Noll or Synagogue Mimmi's Only "{homer Shobaas" tesfouronf Quality far I xcellentt 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 I;L U AM it it O SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" T il '0 P.M. DA'L v 2322 NW. 7th STREET, MIAMI PhoneNE 3 9496 KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co-Owner Dov Chapter Party Kosher hamburgers hitters "ill be served ;.ter. Mizrachi \\ becue luncheon and card Sunda) noon at th-home "f v.1 and Mrs. J Kleinmar y%\ j.1 \\e Proceeds .'mini ed f<>r children in I-r... arc I group presid nj Tokajrer Wi TT feel like a bride get a "WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! WITH PUR ABRITE ...the intensified whitener Yes, your wash can be wedding white—not just almost white! New Fab lifts out the yellow ana 1 gray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents never coutd. Try it and seel KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE PALMOLIVE It's mechayehdigfi!' Chef BoyK r-Dee C u-cJ the Italian superl "buoni-s im i". to desc %  flavor of h ; Marinara S ; but decided that "mecfi dipe'* would maV.e >OJ •> •• grier for a Uiic of it. CHEF B0Y-AR-DEE' Marinara Sauce It's an a!! purpose snucr far turning ordinary dishes in' -1 feast of real Italian fla\crfor fish, stews, omelet, shetti, rice and macaroni dishes. Rich puree of tomato, olive oil, onions and herb, slowly simmered for perl taste. Keep plenty on hand. Jflarinar* Welcome Wagon Remembers Special Family Occasions Carrying on our comnuin:t\'S' traditional hospitality. Welcome Wagon Calls* are made when your family celebrates sixteenth birthday. announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994



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July 11, 1964 fJenisti fhridttair) Page 3-B cialit • • by t^tsabel C^f u Continued from Page 1-B Lung mitt : la and Ed PragIn spite of all they had j-d. they were quite unpreparforthe major changes wrought ftiie tremendous building pro ln in Hem Yrk City And Mardi Gras atmosphere on lea Square any night after ftre • Following a look at Fair, the party headed for New England States and ened the contrast of picturesque rtha's Vinej :ird. Cape Cod, tincetown, Rockport and Bos. Or. the return leg of :"ip. Washington, DC, came fo ts share of visits to na|al buildings and shrines, ling the JI p somewhat limp with many memories to he Yx-M out BI enjoyed again, at |r h isure • • he Sam tlins are home ,i we< with friends at Diplom • %  Hallandale [>: ., trans it intie trip with a %  • • land, Bessie and (R. \V A--e are finding 60JT( v. e there in the Irnings ral cold HOM i-r, not bam wing their enrment one b \ er two years in Japan. Bet lou Rosen. J225 SW 39th St fwildered to tind many things \rv now seen: strange to her A Miami High and Florida ;.t' grad, Bettylotl served as a bri-rian for the Air Force Ehools first in northern Japan pd then ju-i Utside Tokyo toured a!i of the country and und herselt tamiliar with expc cities like Hong Kong. Bang Ic. Singapore. Manila and Tai. She particularly misses many Japanese friends she Rde during her stay and wort! at u iT.out a chance to ICtice, she may lose her ency with their language the return jet trip, Bettylotl pr.t a week of her teachers \e in Hawaii, another in Chigo, where she visited with ary longtime friends [lighter of Harry L. Rosen, .••till enough of a loyal imian to declare that nowhere has beer, can compare. father-wise, with Florida's sun clime. [slight hitch in the vacation ans of the Charles Charkowvs when he landed in the hosjtal instead of "on the road" Home now and well enough have visitor?, he and Viola lying all the fun of planning a le summer holiday iDr. and Mrs. Elliott Cohen ick in town after a six-week Bourn that began with a medal convention in Canada and bntuuied with a stopover in lew York Also visited JudB*l sister, the former Rita jeiss, of Miami. < [Ten years of marriage for liona and Marvin Guberman ad birthday time for the houseold princesses, Shelly 9, Tracy and Wendy 3. marked with a lily dinner party at the FaOua Restaurant ... In town r th. happy occasion, Mr. and Irs. Louis Guberman, of Willingti n, Del Mr. and Mrs. Irvpg Roaenstein, of Rutherford, Lovely 22-year-old Sue Kaufman, a Miami secretary, has been named recipient of the annual Multiple Sclerosis Hope Chest Award for her outstanding volunteer service to the Southeast Chapter of the National MS Society. Sue works one evening each week for the chapter, either visiting patients or in the organization's local office. The attractive graduate of Miami Senior High also started a traveling glamor shoppe for homebound patients, giving hair washes, sett,, and manicures. N.J., and Mrs. Mamie Greenberg. Rhona's grandmother, making it four generations celebrating four anniversaries Celia and Eli Crespi observed their decade of married bliss with a dinner party at King Arthur's Court ... Eli also preening himself on the sales record made by his two Renault companies in June—both up there with the country's top 25 dealers. Cocktails in their Sea Coast apartment followed by a gala dinner in the Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc for guests Of Rose and Sidney Weinstock commemorating their jade (35th) wedding anniversary several Saturdays ago Among the 35 wellwishers, daughters Sandy Weinstock and Susan Sherma with husband Mickey The next day. Sidney flew off to Chicago and his duties as veep of Barton's Distilling Co. To make f rove the frequent commuting between the Windy City and the Gold Coast as palatable as possible, the couple maintain two apartments, one there and one here Both new and both recentlyredecorated, they refer to them aa His 'n Hers. Pattie Weston returned from a weekend in St. Petersburg, where she visited with her fiance, Donald Kramer Now in electronics, he's with the Minneapolis Honeywell Corp. there Couple plans to be married in June. 1965 With Patti, her sister Meryl, and their parents. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, 1450 Cleveland Rd.. on a visit to the New York World's Fair During the twoweek holiday, they'll be houseguests of relatives Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Paul, in Rosy In Heights. i Just back from a visit to her home town. Schenectady, N.Y., Marion Gould alighting here only for a moment She and brother Sol traveling north again, to jet from New York on Aug. 5 for a month long jaunt on the Continent Returning to this country, but not to Florida, they'll spend another month in Hot Springs, so it will be October before the Beachites are on home ground again. Former Miamian Dr Joseph Warshaw has just completed his residency at Duke University Hospital and will be associated with the National Institute of Health for the next two years Since the government agencyis based in Baltimore, Md., that's where the Warshaws will live In addition to wife Cynthia, there's Laura Anne 2. and Deborah, born May 21 Dr. Warshaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Warshaw. was born here and received his early education in Miami schools Romantic article on Norway, Finland and the other Scandinavian countries gave a sudden, ready-made answer to Vera and Norman Frisch's question, •where to go this year'' Spur of the moment decision translated into action; and soon they were in New York boarding the liner which will be their floating home for six weeks while they make all those pretty pictures of the north countries come to life themselves. ,...-* < 'fi. $m • %  • I Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Dubowy point to Me Ami on the map of Israel, where they have established a Nachlah in their name. Miami Beach Couple Establish JNF Nachlah in Their Name at Me Ami Mr, and Mrs. Hyman Dubowy. "realizing a dream we had all our lives," have established a Nachlah in Me Ami, Israel, through the Foundation for Jewish National Fund. Dubowy arrived in this country from Tarnapol in Galicia on July 4. 1904. and settled in New Britain, Conn., where he lived until N.Y. Emanu-EI Leaves Union Beckers Will Host Oneg Here Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker, charter members of Temple Tifereth Jacob of Hialeah, now living in Jacksonville, will host the Oneg Shabbat following services on Friday night, and the Kiddush on Saturday in honor of their son's forthcoming marriage. Irwin Becker and Miss Susan Rabin will exchange nuptial vows on Aug. 15. During the services on Saturday morning, Irwin will read from the Scfer Torah recently brought ; here in exchange for a Sefer I Torah presented to Me Ami by the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami. Floridians in Dance Group Florida high school seniors per[ forming with the Blue Star Coun| selor-Trainee Folk Dance group this summer in the Hendersonville, N.C., area are Barry Loss, Jeff Rosnik, Elaine Aronovitz, Mark Tytell and Arnold Reinhard, Miami; Wendy Pinski, Patricia Sheldon and Jeralyn Kern, Miami Beach; Seymour Rosen, Coral Gables; Mary Freeman, North Miami; and Gayle Kaplan, Hollywood. NEW YORK — (JTA' — Temple F.manu-F.l Congregation of NewYork, the largest Reform temple in the United States, has resigned from the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the central body of Reform synagogues. The resignation came as the climax of a long-time disagreement over the procedures of the UAHC in electing its board of trustees and other procedures. The 150-member board is made up of UAHC officers, officers of affiliated organizations, and members of congregations at large who are nominated by a committee appointed by the chairman of the board of the UAHC. Alfred M. Bachrach, president of the temple board, said that the temple officers felt that the UAHC should be operated directly by the congregations' and that a majority of the UAHC board should therefore be direct appointees of, the congregations. The resignation cannot become effective until the next meeting of the UAHC General Assembly m 1965. The temple has agreed to meet with a special UAHC Commute to find a solution to the dispute before that date. moving to Miami Beach recently Active in communal affairs, and a Zionist, Dubowy has given a great deal of his time to the State of Israel. In 1925. Dubowy founded Tifereth Israel Synagogue in New Britain. Many years later, by coincidence. Mrs. Dubowy recommended Rabbi Henry Okoliea, formerly of Miami, as spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel, where he has served with distinction. Mrs. Dubowy is active in Hadassah and Pioneer Women's Organizations. On assuming the vice presidency of the Stephen Wise Group of Hadassah's Miami Beach Chapter, she was honored by her husband with a life membership. In stamping their names on the soil of Israel through the Hyman and Rebecca Dubowy Nachlah in Me Ami. they believe "This is the only way to live, by sharing all blessings with less fortunate brothers and sisters." Food Fair Has Record Sales By Special Report PHILADELPHIA — Food Fair Stores, Inc., this week reported record sales for the 31st consecutive year, surpassing the billion dollar mark for the second successive year. In the annual report to shareholders, Samuel Friedland, chairman, and Louis Stein, president, reported that for the 53 weeks ended May 2, 1964, sales amounted to $1,105,394,153. an increase of 10.2 per cent over the 1.003,344,200 volume of the preceding 52-weekyear. WEATHER HOT? You bet it is! „W.r GOURMIT Matter* delivered te yeur herne dally by MASTER HOST S5 Florida's Newest & Finest "^•^ No Cooking! %  950 No Pot Washing! No Marketing! I J „ t Enjoy a FUNdcrful Summer with your family Ckiiccit lotus, node !" t sioublr IMiUry pictitnf SIMfKlion iMfiMeev Call Now tor Weekly Menu "You'll Be Glad You Did" 1 %  • "" "' I dap '•''!" >•* •'"* MASTER HOST 2*30 N.W. 36th St. Phone 63J-8066 K.tchen AlwvOpen lof Your Intpertlon Supervised bv Merchl O. LW Beachite Gets U.S. Air Training At Sheppard AFB Airman Third Class James L. Michelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Michelson, of 4307 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, has graduated from the technical training course for U.S. Air Force aircraft mechanics at Sheppard AFB. TON Michelson, now trained to maintain and service reciprocating en gine aircrafl and aircraft systems. :i ein : assigned to a Continental Air Command (CONAC) unit at Homestead /WB here CONAC •pa the Air F i erve component! operationally ready. Michelson, a grad Miami Beach High School, atU i nh Floi .and the University of Miami. PALM BEACH MILITARY ACADEMY I TflL 683-3244 1077 Morin* Driv INVITATION Thf public ii cordially Invittd to visit the ecod.wy. The 1964 65 academic year begun September I, • DAY AND BOARDING STUDENTS • GRADES FIRST THROUGH TWELNE e SMALL CLASSES e MII.ITMIY SCIENCE e PHYSICAL EDI CATION • SPORTS e MUSIC I \l i li \ 111 RS riORIDA CERTIFIED • SUPERVISED STUDY For further information, writ* tho Director of Admissions or call the academy offices. •nd Belvedere Road Welt Palm Beach, Fla.



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Page 4-B Jm /$/ fhrktiar Friday. July 3] -xoftt -the r^eatm of <^ociet\f Weissmans Will Live in Gotham Hone?awing in Puerto Rds following %  man S Jr. ii> Bad MrPeter V. '•Y rti tie evening ceremony fey Rabt Shop m • %  5*-I> Hotel, the former Judy : ry peaante sheath topped mith : .'acket. Branches of pearl and %  atie beading spread from the .-en: 10 the empire waistline • here -a* f mil-fathered train ill iirtoai V couple were Eosalatd Matteaaam, maid of horI r-emse Steinberg. Robin -man. bridesmaid? Dr Philip Snar: • man. Roger Rosen Larry Shermac and Ker. j^ater af Dr tad Mn David 51 87th Arc of M groom, a graduate of Men and no* af -.. Beta I rant) Double Ring Rites Unite Miss Bakst, Mariano Arranz A ::< %  "? cereunited the farawi JadJth K Bak-t dan. I Eak>t. 432 Larctta Ave ani Mariano Arranz Jr am of Mr and Mr A.-rar.z V* mk Ave Rabbi Norman N Shapir asaaaed ba Cart .WHHan • Lipon. officiated at the nuptial.held at Beth David Synagogue Given in mama? by her father, the bride wore a gown of silk orzanza o\er • %  •tin designed with ar. A-Uac HrJrl and basque bodice which had a wide scoop neckline and cla o a -length a mi The cathedral train of silk oreanza abea d ed ia satin and appliques of French reerr.troidered ale lacttab and A double-tiered lr. tiara held the til of F:QJus (be earned a I — -.•• %  • Hiss MWS. PCTl* WtlSSMAM g toks\ .. iiC j o( honor Women of the Suburban League sponsored their second on nual Kiddies' Party this week, with all proceeds Variety Children's Hospital. Shown during a pause .-.\ the program are Co-Ch airmen Mrs. Harold Taylo: '.er. ': %  Gerald Wemick, with Chuck Zink. of WTVJ Ch. 4 • Miss Sharor. Wemick. %  Weraer-Kabn SMS. NAffOlD SftNSTflM Miss Rosenberg In Silk Organza Cai rktoea Bible. Carol .•h Harol .y 25. at the \. .ere a reception wed the 9 o'clock ceremony Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiated Attended by MrT Allen Benowitl and Rhonda Baldin;er. the bride wore a gown of inza o\er taffeta appliqued with 1 con lace Bndal roses ephanoticovered the heirloom Bible Da f Mi iad MrV Bberg. 1600 SW nth MrBernstein .a graduate of U* Miami and u teaching Eng l.-h at Hialeah High Sch The bridegroom is the ton of MrFrances Bfrnstem. 231" -'•' %  5th St and the late Lawrence Bernstein A graduate of the I'mversit) ol Miami, he 1aasociated with a local financial institution. Hibrother. Elliot Bernstein. served as best man Ushers in eluded Allan Bennett. Allen Benowitz. George Bernstein. Martin Bistrong. Dark! Buchwald and Gerald Rosenberg Now honeymooning in Jamaica. Bernstein and his bride will live in Miami. i Eyemen Worried About Accidents ... pairing noting tl ., e rds in the I tr> la>t >eai rtaraso and iat> • even industr ..... ,,._ wit| metr safei) !erse> be won v "1.. week hazard -\i-ti rdn X*\** } ie^ K w v6i* ferittf on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of • on Miami B'-ach. Superb! v planned Bad executed wed< \\f>x), bi.meetingi. ranging from 10 to 1000. or country club setting • usness is the keynote of your affair arridt the ptoahm of the Doral Coontry Club. WHHir. 1 onfirmations. banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of I resort-eatate. For romplete d'tailt. please rail Mr. Dai id Koi ac. Director 0/ Food and Bei erage Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 23600 % % % %  aj • M9S. MAXMN0 AKtAHl )K. Bridesmaidincluded Mr.Sam uel Oliver Carson Jr.. Pilar ProJ. Victoria Prol. Emma Sicihano and Debra Waldfogel. Sening his brother as best man was Manuel Arranz. Samuel Oliver Carson Jr.. Gerald Lis*. Joseph Rodriquez. Charles Sergiand Steve Schemer ushered. After a tour of Washington. D C Wilhamsburg. V'a.. and the New York World Fair the couple will live at 2503 SW 9th Ave The bride is a graduate of the PaabJan In-titute of Technology of New York City, where she majored in fashion merchandi-in^ She 1presently an assistant buy<-r for Jordan Marsh of Miami. The groom iattending the I'ni• • Miami, whore he trade and deGarden Club Elects Officers For New Season Officerof Palm-Hibix 1landi Garden Club who will ^erve during 1964-65 are President. Mrs Henry J Nel vice pre-idents. Mrs George Hoch. Mrs Joseph Wagman. Mrs Rose Garth Recording secretary. Mrs. Freida Wolkow sky. corresponding secre tary. Mrs Michael Hoffman: treasurers, Mrs. Samuel Leiner and Mrs Harry Wolk. IV ukimate compliment to your faaatf—on imitation to Aanr your /UA> MOM aHaaai by Fontainebteau experts ... we* the fine* entiine, bever a ge and tervim mtrtfty a/ the WOTUTM most beautiful kotmL BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Alto anilabU Kooher catering and pertonmliaed Wontminebltou catering at your homt Call latter raler Banquet Manager JEffenon 6-8811 h D M S\ D in .5 tl la i u ti o S I 11 11 \ ( i I e MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are unequalled In their profession. They art the dillido's catering staff. They will make • success ef any party ...* wedding... a Bar Mitzvah*... a business meeting or a social luncheon. They will I serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food axptrtfy prepared In the alido's newly decorated Cotjlliea Room. They'll arrange for whatever space yen require. Call r at JEffersea 84811 tor the "TV COlllNS "."-jr



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kdoy. July 31. 1964 J&visti Fk ridden n Page 5-3 s&Qbout J^eoplc an JTf< aces THE BIRDS AND BEES The bullet table had a lovely Iruit basket in the center with birds and bees scattered everywhere. The luncheon shower was given m honor of Virginia Ann Gordon, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Alex Gordon, who is now Mrs. Kenneth Richards. The party was at the home Of Mrs. Alexander Kojjan. Hostesses were Mrs. "Rose Kelemer, Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mrs. Solomon Goldman. Mrs. Etta Bubis, Mrs. Seymour Rubin and Mrs. Kogan. Songs were sung to the bride. as well as to her grandmother, Mrs. Julius Gordon of Revere, Mass., who made that Strode] that was the conversation piece of the afternoon. Guests included Mrs. Betty Sokol. Mrs David (Phyllis) Miller. Mrs. Joseph Pomerance. Mrs. Anthony Lane, Mrs. A. Lester Stepner, Mrs. Morris Lipp. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg. Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mrs. Al Goldman, Mrs. Frank Morse, Mrs. Dorothy Koolish, Mrs. Hava Rywlyn and Mrs. William Segal. | WATER WATER EVERYWHERE Thechef wore a tall white hat and did the barbecuing, the models paraded around the pool in the latest Of bathing suits and the band played music that was just made lor dancing. Altogether a delightful time was had at the splash party around the pool at Westview Country Club on a gay Saturday night. There were several In_; parties, including those hosted by the A. Nadlers, the Sam Donners and the John Serbins. other guests included llene and Sam Luby Jr, Eleanor and Harold Messberg. Helen and Seymour Somerstein. Sue and Leonard Miller, LoUj and Paul Sniekman and Dr. and Mrs. Carl Baumann. Shevin, Daum Exchange Vows At Beth David Marital vows were exchanged by Roberta Joy Daum and Jerome Howard Shevin in a late afternoon wedding on Sunday, July 26. at Beth David Synagogue. Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the newlyweds will live in Coral Gables Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Daum. 1036 So. Alhambra Circle, and Mrs. Pauline Shevin, 1550 SW 30th Ave and the late Aaron Shevin. For the ceremony, the bride wore a gown of imported silk peau de soie with modified bell skirt and bodice hand embroidered with beads. It was designed with long tapered sleeves and a regal train attached to the waist. A crown Among guests were Mrs Hank I of pearls and crystals held the full-length silk illusion veil. Honor attendants were Mrs. Toby Tower. Mrs Myrna Shevin and Linda Schwartz. Serving as bridesmaids were Phyliss Daum. Charlene Ugent. Barbara Meyer son. Karen Daum and Mrs Marilyn Shapo. Laura Shevin. Judy Walerstein and Kathy Altaian were (lower uirls. Robert Shevin served as l" s brother's best man. and ushers in Jamaica they brought their daughters. Robin and Joyce, a doll that actually smoked cigarettes. The cigarettes have all been smoked up. and snee the only place that they can be bought is in Jamacia. back went Irene and Irv to get a new supply. They plan to relax and laze the days away. Wouldn't it be dreadful if they torpot what they went for? TO CURE THE SUMMER DOLDRUMS Sophia (Mrs. Nathan) Gumenick, just back from a trip to their home in Richmond. Va.. decided to get •the girls" together. She had a luncheon for twenty-five in the Gold Room at Westview Country Club. The flowers, great masses of them in shades of yellow, were trom the gardens of the Southgate, where the Gumenicks maintain an apartment here. Champagne olid interesting goodies preceded the luncheon. Alterwards, there were card and mah jongg games. Meyers. Mrs. Arthur F. Adams. Mrs Dan Ruskin. Mrs. Jack earner, Mrs. Joseph Hart. Mrs. Edward Kahn. Mrs Robert Ellis, Mrs. Albert Carpel. Mrs, A. L. Glickman. Mrs. Joseph Kctsky. Mrs. William Brenner. Mrs. Morris LapidtlS, Mrs Ititter Levinson and Mrs. Herbert Gimbel. •> AS GOOD AN EXCUSE AS ANY The last time Irene and [rvini liss Young Weds \ Stanley Glass eila Carol Young, daughter of and Mrs. Elmer Young. HMO 32nd Ct., became the bride of Stanley Glass on Sunday even ing. lily :'ti. with Rabbi Norman VS. Shapiro officiating. A recep1 tiOTi -it Hi'' AlderHotel lollowcd the crrcmoin there. fh<< bridal gown of chantilly was designed with a bouffant and scalloped neckline, dotwith pearls and sequins, and bouquet was made up of fchiiN and lilies-of-the-valley. ^Attending the couple were Mrs. S ilvia Clein, matron of honor. rs. Carol Young, bridesmaid, Dr Elliot Glass, best man. NorBen Young and Richard Young. %  JBhiTv %  Now on the faculty at Crest%  new Elementary, the new Mrs. Qla>is .i graduate ol Miami Senisr llr-h and the University of Hi.urn School of Education. %  Dr. Glass is a veterinarian with the Florida Department of Agri(Oltur.He la graduate of the #ni\eisity of Miami and Auburn University AVMA. and a mem j(r of Miami Jaycees Parents the bridegroom are Mr. and [rs. Benjamin Glass, 3240 SW St St. DID YOU KNOW? Marcella (Mrs. Aaron) Kanner is being waited on hand and loot by her devoted Cora Why? As Marcella says, it was the silliest thing (0 do-slip and pull all the ligaments in her loot. She has been reading like mad. knitting like mad. and if she i>n't able to hop around on il soon, she'll be just plain mad K .MI. n < %  %  i MS. JWOM SMVIN A graduate of Miami Senii r High, the bridegroom attended the University of Florida and raduated. cum laude. from the miiiin i ^ u*..^ in.--. ...... H w.— _, included Joel Kutnick. P.ill Cohen. University of Miami, where hi Arnold Shevin, Larry Daum. Sheldon Bott, Kermit Bott and Ron aid Shapo. Alt man. Ringbearer was Phillip now attends la school. He is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, let fraternity, and Bar and Gavel \> ere -FRANCES LEHMAN^ Birth In Greater Miami Charming Designs Building The architectual firm of lul p Channing Associates has been A graduate of Coral GableSenior High, the new Mrs. Shevin attended Sophie New comb College in New Orleans and graduated. magna cum laude. from the University Ol Miami. She holds mem selected to design the new Pu bership in honoraries, Rho Lamblie Safety Building for the Cii da, Delta Theta Mu and Phi Kapoi North Miami Beach. Other pr pa Phi. and belongs to Sigma jects currently in the plannii Twin boys born July 8 to Yvonne Dc ], a T;ul Sorority. She served as Stage are estimated at $2,300,000. and Steve winig. of Penn VaJpl secretary of Arts and Sciences! In the construction phase are pro. ley, Pa. Alan Mark and Richard Student'Government. jects valued at S4.840.0OO. Jeffrey join brother Gary 4, and I %  %  — ~~~ ,_ lister Linda 6 Grandparents are | Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Lipsky. of i Philadelphia, and Mianuans Miami Mrs. Larry Gilbert. Mr. Gilbert has just returned here, leaving Mrs. Gilbert for a stay beyond the 10 days spent with the grandchildren. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion W.i n. i K.'lin MRS. STANIET GLASS First child, Michael Rood, born 111 Dublin. Ireland, to the former Ginger Rood and Steven Jacobs. Her father, a rabbinical student at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, has been acting rabbi in Dublin for a year, which will end in October Grandpari ents of the newcomer are Col. and Mrs. Nathan B. Rood, of Coral Gable-. Mrs. Rood is leaving in a few days for Dublin, with her husband follow ing soon after. i You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfyyour needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a v/edding or a private party I Weekly Minyon Parties Scheduled Proceeds from the weekly min Hotel, the parties are scheduled yon card parties sponsored b y I f or Thursdavs at 12:30 pin Pres^^ lOn their return from a honey Stephen Wise Group of Hadassah M Man %  — lioon in Jamaica, the newlyweds I will go to Youth Ahyah. To be, 1 1 "-"' ^ fill live in North Miami. 1 held at t he Sh erry Frontenac mng Mintus. %  %  %  %  % %  %  for Informations HAZEL ALLISON Catering Dirrclor, JE 1-6061 Bin St. A Collins Avo. For Very Special Occasions... .. / ^rC !" COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just Imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300... available 7 day* a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood MOLUYWOOD-BY-THB-SBA THE BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD I MIAMI • FLORIDA FACING BISCAYNE BAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES AT TNE BEAUTIFUL NEWIY DECORATED STARLIGHT BALLROOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS ir BANQUETS RECEPTIONS if LUNCHEONS • MEETINGS • FREE PARKING • < A T i: it i x Package Deal, Including Liquor, Coke, HofJ o*oevers, Photographer Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H Stern CALL SHIRIEY, CATERING MANAGER Formerly with Rosedo/e Caterers I II 9-.I792



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Page S-B %  >3eistfk*ktr*r Friday. July H ULUAN WOMAN OF THE WEEK :-;.-• %  ther u her four .: odeavot L is bon :r,e to • A few rr. >he met bet %  %  .-. • sere marr.ed and stationed in Di>ton. O The> like it >o much, lade i nanj friends, that I decided to settle there Lilian used to worl the offict that it *a tne only a ay ; he ever I Ic see her bast and The couple were blessed four children. Tom. now at Florida Sotatfeen. Michael, a fre-hnian at the University of Miami; Jill, at Miami Senior High School: and Abbe, at Nautilus After her .-. a -sand's passing ten years ago. Lilian made the decision to move to Miami Beach. She felt that the climate, particularly, would make a wonderful place in which to bar (amilj "Somehow, when something happens. sodden]] j a tic hat has to be done, and don't think about H ban, in her quiet way Her four children are an excellent example of what love, common sen*e and u do lor a fatherteaa fa mm Lillian spends each Wednesday as a Pink Lady in the Gift 9 p ol Mount Sinai Hospital She has always be< n active in PTA Presently. Lillian is president of the M'jmi Beach Senior High School PTA She kniti Pops concert; and is always available for or other %  Ctirit) %  'ith any member of the family. Picnics used to be the big event of the week, but thai the children a ng up. other bateresU Sondaj a> famih day and no other plans are made The Eisenberas take short trips, usually to .-if course In a one-car family you'd ne that there would be conflicts, but the} al • •• li r: -• (lain .UM m %  -• '•' -• trips are lined to Chicago and Milwaukee, where they have reU Quietly, in her own way. Lillian has made her four en the hub oi her • \.-ter.ee. but she haalso made a life of f. that the children are growing up. %  %  time to 'ither community activities. It's bard to be both mother and father, but Lillian a far. \ using a-he says, a little common •ion. Rayman, Gannes Betrothal Told Helman, Reiter Exchange Vows She. a Reiter -r.d Bernard Steph •B Helman were married Satur day evening. July 25. at the Doral lb The double ring ctremon> was performed by Rabbi I .Idman. of Baltin and Cantor H Richard Brown, of South Bend. Ind A special silver wine cup from el waused during the A reception and formal • r followed. • i the i Mr and MrVictor Reiter, i I I C-ab'eant the groom is tne MB : Mr and Mrs Max Helman. of Baltimore For her wedding, the bride r. of elegant whin ith a matching coat. K -ped neckline the bodice and the front of the_ skirt enhanced with alencon Uce and beaded with pearls and stall The removable coat also featured alencon lace bodice. Queen Ann collar, long lace-tapered sleeves and a flowing chapel train Her matching beaded lace pill box had tiers of French illuion She carried an arrangement of phalanopsis orchids. hUes-ofthevalley and ivj fastened to her Bas Mitzvah Bible. The bride carried the traditional Reiter family wed ding handkerchief Mrs Robert Greenman. of Fort Worth. Tex was matron of hon <>r Bridesmaids were Sandra Reiter. of Wheeling. WVa.; Irene Mainzer. of Baltimore: and Dorothy McDonald, of Coral Gables. Iris Reiter, sister of the bride, junior bridesmaid, and Ellen Brown, of South Bend. Ind. was i er girl James Elliott Reiter. brother of the bride, wabest m^r Ushers • Allen If. Bennett, of Detroit. Mich Gary Rovin. of Coral Gables, ar.rl Paul V'oung. of Glen N Y Sherwin Levine was soloist 1 Miss Sharpe Eyes Sept. 26 For Nuptials Mr and MrIf Dr. an ment of her hharpe t loacpl future i [the lati hai Her I %  I M : berg itj oi Mi mi M -I Sorority The pm-p. attend) la and tx ogs • Phi Fral %  ; • 26 P -*< *-\ MRS. BIRHAKD HUMAN The brkle is a June graduate of the University "f Mar} land, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree. She is a mem ber of Sigma Alpha Omicron and Phi Siama. both honorary microbiology societies She enters the University of Miami this fall to work toward a Master's degree The groom is a graduate of the Baltimore City College High School and the University of Maryland, from which he received Bachelor of Artdegree. He ipresently a senior in the University of Miami Law School. He mber oi Sigma Alpha \l i Car and Gavel, and pre-ident of Ph; Alpha l> ....: fraternit) r a wedding trip I forma. I pie w ill live in i Gab; Somachs Will Live in Jacksonville %  • • .: an%  • %  T L I Mi %  N Y Her • n of Dr ai %  : E %  %  % %  • l • .-in Dr Cannes din N Y was • I f Great CATERING! aj&wdp (ftscific lid POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT ir NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CATERED AFFAIRS 11 :-"Wl t>. ir OUR TROPICAL GARDENS & PRIVATE DINING AREAS PERSONALIZED CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS FROM 20 TO 200 ir PARTIES PLANNED TO FIT YOUR BUDGET CALL JOE CASS MIAMI 945-6457 BROWARD 923-2421 Jm S~* Of Haflywaad Ikipt lMk*~fd la H % % % % % %  < 0> U.S. 1 I Mil* Not*. W faW rtu — A pink hite candlelight n Sunday. Jul} rmer Su< den and More) Jack Somach at the n Rot :••: tel, % %  %  the nuptials Rabbi • : •_ I .•• Parents %  • • %  %  Mr Mrs Daniel L Largo Di : Point. N V 1h • uf Given ide -• let te a tradii al wedd n with ballerinaped -kirt of in.' ed Italian lai i line, long leaves I \< n-t p and fitted bodice. A bouffant French illusion fell from a lace Ipiece, and she carried sweethurt roses on a Bible belonf to her paternal greal grandmothLoi7 maid • and MornGreenl best man Nev Mr! %  • %  ach attended Ohio University, Mexico City College and earned a BA degree in • u .:•:• n at the University <>f 51 ta Tau • %  )( New York and Is i sec utive i ith ••.• U rner Spending their hneymoon in lamaici the couple will live in Jacksonville i •Bet A \ : %  -. Miss Taylor E Feb., 1965 Rite Mi-Deanna Tayl r n Nedelman are : be married on Feb. 14. Announcement of the betrothal i> made b} I elect's pannt-. Mr Jules Taylor, 1120 sw 31The future bridegrooi -<>n of MrLenore v Bronx. NY. and Hira man. 2990 SW nth St. yes n • I ttwl Women's Group Plans Meetinq The fir>t District XI ting of the fiscal Florida Fed< of Pi :• --. nal tt xn< will be held at :h< D (.i'.ib on \ ig 9 MrRuth Doran, trict XI. will presi busim gini ;I %  re %  • MM mi the tei -in. M • I W i • • ent "f the Women's the Dade • %  Citi* nefl, will head %  I ber panel of Council %  -'P on Price of L.'e l • :n 11 to 12 to the pu I t of I f Busim %  II %  %  35C Braiilionc in lira RI 5 *$. WOW SOMACH LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • ttPAIKING Srvir> 9 Dad* Cobnty Ovr J5 Yjrt 1811 $.W. 14th $T. hi 6-9904 C-eBed'cr-^Mf-e 169 Apartmanta sc > MARlvk Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Stre.t JE 8-6104 Miami Beach *. OPIN 7 AM. %  9 PM. Sam* Day Service Nertr An fifra Chorgt. FOe? SALE 4 or 5 MT. IIK0 CEMETER "^ w-ii Italia Choice locnrlcn bargain Phone IE 8-47E0 eemA-1 EMM.OYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY V;ORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401



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Friday. July 31. 1964 Jewish k>rid/an Page 7-B itrvnin \ioi4rs 9 h Wif •><• N.I Titf—Tri-Trlli—Termi PHONE JE -7?'i drops. A powder blue aloncon lace sheath with the swing-away hack was worn by Mrs. Al Yicner. Mrs. Ray Nathan's white silk shirtwaist featured the ever popular navy blue polka dots. |y|RS. Morris Rabinnuilz's silk %  afternoon suit was a color that blended fuchsia with shock ing pink. A floral silk print lin rd her jacket. Mrs. Bernard Cohen's choice for the afternoon tea was a silk sheath in cornflower blue with a blouson bodice. Another guest who chose blue was Mrs. Xorman (idler. Her moygashel sheath followed the classic lines of the sleeveless, scooped neck basic, and was in royal blue. Mrs Mike Nedelman wore a paisley silk print in Ombre blues, and her sister-in-law. Mrs. Sam Nedelman, wore a twopiece white linen sheath with ice blue embroidery. Kiln in Warm < MKS. CrtnRUS HIRSH Beautification Unit Executive Board Named A number of local civic leaders have been appointed to the Executive Board of the City of Miami Beautification Committee, it was announced this week by E. Albert Pallot, chairman. Named were Ed Ansin. Justin Palmer. Hubert Bosworth, Don Butler, Judge Henrj Balaban, Frank Rooney, Jonathan (',. Sey mour, Robert Little, Mrs. Morris en, Marilyn Lane, Ed Kej i -. i:,\ John P. Nagy, Mrs, Marie Enterline, Mrs Henry Michaels, Mrs Virginia Bullard, Mrs. James Dunn, Henry 0 Shaw, Miss Ann Pearson, Maxine Pitts and B. E. lleain. Three vice chairmen who will -< on Aug. 24. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA AAILSEN JE 2-3231 TREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Send Torch to Israel Youth .NEW YORK fWNS) The National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs has sent a Setter Torah to the Israel Goldstein Youth Village south of Jerusalem Pres 'filiation of the gift has been entrusted to a group of 71 students. led by Dr. Shmuel Leiter of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who left la-t week for Israel. MISS VEE I 4 4 Now with BURLANG EMPLOYM! Nl Ph. 757-7674 Ready to reive von ag.nn v. th i i domestic workers, dally or weekly 4 Also comnv.tial help o< all types. < Mie or Female. fc ***~*~ *4



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Pcqe 8-B Mf**i*+ n^rk§i^n Friday. July 3i \%i By EPYTHE SCHiNDliR For Morris lipp, Today it's Interama Freque" tj been obser that people living in clo>e proxi for is of time ok alike A nun -nd r and each has man" • and rtul u ii [eristics (his Trade • L.:: • U engineer -ese mar> years, the -.ailer.aed him earth so .' %  '. rru re solid. II r Mr : r the le ha• • -• -" • Under His Direction %  %  ti %  • • %  v. thout ttv0*BIS LIPP dependable granite front, the large h< •• • • e been built. and I I I have been different" irectior • • %  A %  • in •:-•-• pal -vich includethe i R was trai %  %  .' This and money The •'• :;• 1 ^^^^ nWM -^^^g 1 .-^tessJSr 5 b 1 SC%5f ^i£|l When Itzhak Perlrr.cn, 18-year-old Israeli violinist, won first be Levenl ;rnational Competition in May at -. New V ra-Israel Culturcl Founboa added a new name to :ls roster of prize-winning scholarship student!, itzhak, a protege of the Foundation since he vraa eleven years, old, is cne of the many youthful Israelis irho neve etna ed under the Foundation's scholarship program which annually grants some 253 scholarships in all the arts. Perlman. a handsome, curly-haired youth, was the ynungeet contestant m the Leventritt competition this year end the third 13-year-old in the history of the competition to win the award. His victory put him in the company of such frill I winner*, as Van Clibum, Gary Graffman. John Browning Eugene Istorr.m and Malcolm Frager. The Leventritt award includes a SI.000 grant and guaranteed appearances with some of the nation's most important orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, the Cleveland, Pittsburgh. Detroit, Buffalo. Denver and New Haven Symphonies. Prison Terms for Arms were impend here this week on headquarters in a suburb of this t 11 mhnri of the Australian city. Last week, the head of the Sociali-t Party who were convict party. Arthur Smith, UJyiven ed on charges of the illegal pos a six-month term. ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON HKJHtAMD MUMAY UNION FIANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON economy bringing in convention* ar.d additional toun-tLipp was born in Boston, graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and hold* a BS degree in Civil Engirinf After serving three ITS a* a highway engineer in I Rnois. he came to Miami Beach Here, the flat topography, high fall, unstable *oil and the threat of hurricanes presented a challenge The climate also caused rapid deterioration and -ion of materialExpecting Results people here expected swers to be found They expected remits," said Lipp. I had to find new answers. Conlequently. my life has been one growth along with the growth uf the city." In 1932. Mr Lipp found that he had %  %  • • Dins* General readme hjd no appeal, so he enSoutta Florida Col%  and was admitted Is Bar %  rar, be the ooi ,or military installsed with th> %  tion : • % -and I p the %  ten) I Lipi : thai his poLi u • .... H • • Wow Wlih Interama Mr Lipp lthe > • gineer for Interama The ing ork on the site has been completed, and the planning work :* in progre-In all. Interama will eventually encompass 1.700 acres. Mr. Lipp said. Interama will have a tremendous effect on the economy of the entire state. It will take approximately three years after Fecyal par i* insured lor Interam. tact" The walls of Mr Lip are lined with scrolls him In 1962. he was ,ithe outstanding ci Miami Beach by t League which gave Man of the V a Mr L.[>p haf:•!• and helped reactivate | omy of Japan When Interama will be. wl, it? ation \ to i -t.idy %  oring so ol Civic the leai "ionWebster College, outstanding Catholic liberal crts cc. St. Louis, this week purchased S1C.00G in Sato of Israe'. I to initiate an Israel Eond Scholarship Fund lor its Shown ;s Sister Francetta. president c: the college, pre;a check for the purchase to Morris A. Shen'.er c'r. Israel Bonds for St. Louis. Standing are Stater Jacqvice president of the college, and Mrs. Martin Meltzer. •:. of the Executive Board of the Isrcel Bond Women's Di The 4 percent interest on the bonds will provide S4C ] year for students in financial need. : of %  : IN 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 >n of arms. The aim* cache j was uncovered by the police dur".u" ">;, a nocturnal raid on the partv tirmol twelve and nine month~ SYDNEY WNS) Prison ._ _1 ;J ". u Boston Pops WVCG AM Saturdays 2:00 p.m. %  I



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Friday. July 31. 1964 fJenisti ncridlian Page 9-B Academy Board Picks Committee \, Executive Committee meetir heW last Sunday at the Hebrew Vcademy, Louis Klerwttzer, president, appointed the following members to serve on the Board ol Admissions for the i%4(;;> siln o] year: .Krone Bienenfeld. Irving Firtel. Mai ice Revitz. Jacob Riikin. Sidney Rubinowitz, Louis Rudnik. .1 Jen;. Schechter and Dr. .Matthew '. kerman. Accruing to Reinhard, the Board OJ Admissions will otfer scholar ipa to students seeking a Hebrew Academy program of education but whose parents are unable to ieet the tuition costs. "The iosl to educate a student at the Hebrew Academy." Reinhard said, "is about $900. Presently 70 percent of the school's Student body receives a full or partial -cholarship based on the [scholastic aptitude of each applicant and the tinancial ability oi [each parent." Rabb ; Alexander S. Gross, prin K-ipal, aid that the Hebrew Acad < my ia community school and Idraws i student body from every I section in the Dade County and Browari areas A fleet of seven buses transports students to and from the various vicinities. "To cover the cost, the Academy must .M'ck community resources to help the school provide its maximum program of Academic and He brew i cation UNITED FUND W&vm&n. I *' %  li I) I %  %  i %  %  m J National Airlines Plans Changes United Fund 1964 Fall Campaign Chairman Sidney D. Ansin (left) and William Aramony, executive vice president, reveal the goal needed to provide vital services for thousands of less fortunate Dade Countians during the coming year. United Fund of Dade County Sets Goal For 1964 at 'Minimal' $3,256,000 Figure The United Fund of Dade Courtt> has set its yoal for 1964 tall campaign of $.3,236,000. it was announced by John R. Ring, chairman of the board. The goal is 6.9 $209,015 more than rased in the 1963 campaign under the per cent, or the $8,046,985 United Fund chairmanship s /)oi^ lifzwi/t Donn Beloff Bonr Alan Beloff will be Bar Mit/vat. on Saturday morning. Lug. 1 • t Temple Adath Yeshuriin. wi": Rabbi Jonah Caplan ofliciatin; Enter g eighth grade at Nor mil Jui ior High in the fall, the (lebranl ian outstanding science id ma student He plays basekail anil football for Optimist Athlei ( '•' %  fcroncc. l'iret>'< of the Bar Mitzvah are Jlr ;.n, Mr-. Martin Beloff. 19891 N) L-lil Ct No Miami Beach. Mr In 1 ,iff i> ;i member of the Tempt Board ot Directors, and Mi! %  'ii server as sisterhood conc-i r(ling secretary. They ha\ it' i other children, Jill 9. and ( ,r 7. 14 Noiis Go on Trial Dl'S.S: LDORF -(WNS)— Fourteen N.-i SS men involved in the nltatii gassing of about 700.000 Jews iv the notorious Treblinka death > Tip are lacing early trial kersft v, th hundreds of surviving with* expected to give testimony. The trial is expected to lastAbo-.it six months. The principal •'• ferula-' iKarl Frant?. comsBi er of the guards at Tre2+. .._ ol Gen, E. A Evans. The amount of the goal for the 1964 campaign, which officially opens on United Fund Sunday, Oct. 25, was revealed following a meeting of the United Fund Board of Trustees at the First National Bank of Miami. In announcing the goal figure, King said that "this goal is realistic, but still well below the amount of money our 39 member agencies need in order to provide the vital services needed by the less fortunate in our community. "We are confident," Ring add cil. "that with your whole-hearted support, the goal will be reached and the needs of all our people will be met. Only in this way, can we make our Dade County community a better place in which to work and live." The 39 member agencies of the I nited Fund of Dade County provide health, welfare, characterbuilding and medical research services to the people of Dade County. By reducing the number of separate drives, the United Fund is able to provide more and better agency services to more people at lower cost, with a minimum of inconvenience to contributors. "Last year, at least a quarter of a million people received benefits, either directly or indirectly, from the agencies of the United Fund." said Sidney D. Ansin, chairman of the 1964 campaign and president of the Sunbeam Television Corp. "Some were children—babies. youngsters or teen-agers. Some were adults and senior citizens. But they all had problems—they all needed help. And most important, through the United Fund, they all received help. "The attainment ol the campaign goal is not the only challenge to be met by United Fund in the near future." continued Ansin. "There is also another important figure which must be met. the 15.000 volunteer workers who are needed adequately to cover all areas of Dade County." A building program designed to improve National Airlines' airport terminal facilities in Miami. New York and San Francisco was announced this week by (J Ray Woody, National's executive vice president. The National concourse at Miami International Airport terminal will be completely remodeled to provide air-cooling and five upper level nose-loading gates for jet aircraft. Woody said. The third floor of National s headquarters building in Miami is presently being refurbished and construction will soon begin on a new in-flight kitchen for the airine's Miami caterer. Design of a new S13-million National Airlines terminal unit at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport has been completed and construction contracts will soon be negotiated, according to the airline executive. At San Francisco's international Airport, the airline's concourse is also being remodeled to provide upper-level jet noseloading. Modernization of the main terminal building there will give the airline facilities tor special services and improved passenger handling. Studies are being made to determine National's general i I laciliiv needs at the headquarters ol the Miami-base I airline for the next nve years. Tribute to Late President "Sunset ut Midday—A Tribute to the Late John Fitzgerald Kennedy" is the title of a new book now available at the Rabbi H. F. Epstein Hebrew Academy in St. Louis. Mo. The book, including tributes, sermons, eulogies and memorial addresses, has been compiled bj Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, It. Col. Max H. Daina and Rabbi Ephraim Sturm Proceeds will be divided between the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library and the Academy. 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Page 10-B 9>Jewi§ti ncrktian Friday. July 31. 1964 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Newlv-elected officers of the South Florida Council of President*, of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver. Colo., are honored at a recent luncheon at the Jardin Suisse in the Roney Flaza Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. recording secretary; Mrs. Albert Dubler. treasurer; Mrs. Robert Herbert, public relations; Mrs. Irving Miller, past president; Mrs. Sam Kratish, chairman; Mrs. Sidney Ritterman, president of the Council; and Mrs. Adolph Stemple, corresponding secretary. Cantor Ben-Ari At Beth Kodesh Starting Aug. 15 •tor Benjamin Ben-Ari will cantor of Both Kodesh i. ation for the coming %  starting Aug 15. Son <>t a noted cantor who ap. red in Europe, Cuba ami Is i< I, Cantor Ben-Ari studied tralitional cantorial melodies with hit father and chanted before eongationa since his boyhood. Formerly of Colombia, South \merica. Cantor Ben-Ari arrived •his country with his wife and three children several years ago. Cantor Ben-Ari will chant at all rvices during the High HoliCANTOR BENJAMIN BEN-ARI Dr. Glueck Tells Discovery JERUSALEM -UTAiPapyri from the Fourth Century. B.C.E discovered in Jordan "may prove more important to the study of Jewish history than even the Dead Sea Scrolls." according to Dr. Nelson Glueck. who reported on the find. Dr. Glueck. president of the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion, made the statement in his review Oi the first year's activities of the Biblical Archaeological School in Jerusalem which, he said, was already a world center for archaeological research. The papyri shed light on life in Samaria under Persian rule. CIRCUIT COURT. "JH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 8081 HARRY FRITEIU8 Plaintiff, MADKUNE LOUISE FRITZHJ8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION r M WKI.IM: I. "i isfc n.i rail's lit' Waal mi> street B. iv, r Fall*, dm-Ivanla are notified to aerv* a copy of your in-wer to Divorce Complaint nico again*! s I'luimlff '• %  rn S; OEOROE NICHOLAS, MS N.W I -'" ;;,., Miami, Pta., and file original with Clerk of in %  ••" "" '"' ''•; ( "''•,• v Bll8 ia, |944, otherwlae complaint will I" i onfe**i il by you DATED July 21. 1W* i; i: I.KATHERMAX. I lerk (seal) H V P COPBLAND 'y, ''i:,.::,,8 7-1. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63675-C IN RE Bat itc il M ABRAHAM BUCkSTEIN a k .. ALFRED M BUl KK1 BIN '"NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All ''• rBon ) ma Claim* ui '" manda Agnlnal Saw .. herebj notified and Florida, Itliln \ %  i ".'" ,,,'.,„ •!„. Urn., ot the fir*! publlcat >n hei.Htf ... the wime "ill I" ';•''' i,h Dated at Miami, Florida, till Ida} ol July, v i •• i'" ;l _„ .NORM VN BLICK81 BIN Alilmln -'i i' 1 ,.publh at Ion of thl i II the 24th da> f July, i""i SAMIEL s SMITH KSq Mi,,i ne> for Norman Blicketi In 107 Lincoln Road WEDR-FM 99.1 BN Y0UB BIAL THE ONL Y RADIO 5TA TION IN MIAMI FEATURING DAILY JEWISH PROGRAMS BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST (IN ENGLISH) MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M.-SUNDAY 12:30-2:30 REUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. CLUB NEWS, TRADITIONAL MUSIC, AND GOOD CONVERSATION JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3:15-4:15 P.M. THE ORIGINAL YIDDISH RADIO PROGRAM FOR OVER 30 YEARS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON LISTEN TODAY WEDR-FM 00.1 o.v vofjc in.tr i' T-ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 8218 THE WILLIAMSBCRtiH SAVINGS CASK. I-l., ntlff. ,-t us, JERi iJIK .1 til'TKIN, l •. f, ndam NOTICE OF SUIT T> %  Ji rome i Outkln and Sail} B Outkln, hia w lf< 4100 Marine I "rive Chicago, UUnoli you are IMI b) notified ih il the ptioni rt a< th n ha, been mi, ,l agalnal ) ou in thi i uri o) thi Judicl ,1 Clrcull %  •; Fl Ida In and for I> %  di I 'ountj lo foi • • 1 i mortgage >"!"•" the following de*%  n ai i' % %  ; • ,. I.,.i 20 Bl W '• 'T i' LAKh MANOR SECTION FOI II Ina to the 1 "111 i• %  Plal Bo%  ol I hi I i i;....i .i Dadi Count y. K you iri : eq il ed t flli uu in*w ei to plalntlff'H roinplalnt th l hi Clerk ,.i th afo .-,:!' • %  %  "I .1 ... pin ntlfl > attorm s M IRTIN KINK, 1 HI" Kluor. On Federal Building, M mil M, i nol latei >!-••• A IRUHI :\ 1961 % %  < •• Decrei Pro Confenao ",n '•• entered .it.iin-i you. I • VI'KI i Jtll) -"'•. l'"'l K B, LE tTHEHM AN, i "li % %  I-. Circuit Court, fade County, KWIda i-..ill By: MARUl'ERITE M"l:Ki>t:l' I ,.•;. Il\ I '1. I k MARTIN KINK Attorney for Plaintiff mil floor Da le Ped< ral Bldg Miami 12, Florida T 11. 8 T-H-'-'l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61731 is Hi" Eatate "f MICHAEL KKlVKNSKY "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Peraani rta> Ina Claim* or Demand* Asalnt amta you are hi rebj not hTled and ra, |U i r ..,i to pieaenl any clalmi "•! de mand* wliii H >-u ma> h.ive flni.l ,he estate of MICHAKL KRIV^SKI ,i,, %  ..-,•.I late of Dade • %  .•iint\. rterlda, ,., the Count? Judge* "f DaXta COUB tj .ml file the rami In rtuplk ate and a*' provided in Soction JS3.1, ric-i,l:i si.mil—, in thi In the LOUII(, pourthi u*< In I.i < i • %  CJnunty, Flor„i;, .inn -ix i ih ndar month* fr..n ih,time .,f ill, i"-: publication hi re ,, f ,„ (he name will he hai • o Daled -it Miami, Plorlda, Ihta ttnd ilas ..i July, A I' '• %  .|M1 il K SMITH \A.hmni-tratoi' KMITH ft M WI'I.KK \, • ii.,. f,.i AdmlniHtrator 4"T Lincoln IM Miami Be* h, Fla : M-ai. :-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4872 Tin: NI:W yi >RK BANK i'"i: s \ VINi IS, foi iierl> known ar Thi Se V'ork Savli I •iff, \ VVVM VN H Hl'OSOX ENXIE Hl'l**oN I '. NOTICE OF SUIT T( i W} man s lludaon and Ji i Hudnnn, IIOU II ,n,l II • ried, Iheli dead, tbi in I, %  i KHinteeH, Ii .i • cradli n %  i. (hi nuah undei or as iln l th* abnvi nnniefl •'• ; ndi nil :l > '•' .1. %  v..., ,,. ii ,i % %  • otifli 'l thai the .,i„.x ni l acllon ha* '•• %  • JI hi ,iv ...I ii, the C %  tin Judli .ii Circuit i'i Ma In ind foi I' U>E • % %  int} li ri ,1,,.,. ;, n %  l upon the follon n I i, -, i il | rnpi i" > %  l ..i '... Bin k .' %  I IRS*T \r>l>iT N TO CAROL CITY OARDBN8 ai i urdii %  i,, the Plal thi n >f, record ,i in Plal !" %  ill I I • %  II ol the Publii It d a -I I %  ."le Ci ,"i> Floi you are required lo rili your an -u.r t" plaintiff'* complaint with the Clerk ol 'I" d I • % %  • %  ••"'I a copt (hereof upon ptalntlfTa ,•• rne} MARTIX KiNE, I ''li in,i, i-\ i.'.ii Bulldinjt, Mlam '. Klnrida ii"i later than Auaual St. IMI, or a Dai n • ITo l 'onfeaao ^> ill b • n tered L:,IH-' ) DATED Jul} %  : % %  I i i: |i LKATHERMAN Clerl f the I 'Ireult I ourt Bj P i-"l'l'i.AMi %  ]• rk M \i: riN PINK An > i"iPta Hth K %  DM • Blda Florida ; .• i :. : i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 4330 THE NEW YORK HANK FOR HA VINOS, formerly known a* The N, w York Bavlnaa Bank, Plaintiff, VS. CHARLES 1' B08CHUNO, ,i n\. ,i al, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO; Chartoa R. Vach* and MayVacha, hi* wife, I:, -ni, in •• I'nknown, and if remarried, tin ir unknown ipouaea, it living and if dead the unknown %  pouae*, helm, davlaaea, lacataea, ussixn,, -. irrantaea, Itanora, orvxlltora, trust,. -M ,,r other ,l;iiin;ints clntailng ii\. thronch, under or asalnal iii>above II :< in.-,i dafendainiii who ran] be %  1* ,', ;t Bed. you are hareby notified thai the i.. \ %  captlonad notion habeen itiHii.i:;,in-i '.,n in the ClrcuH Court of ill. Judicial i ii, uu oi Florida in in .1 foi I lode i ',,iinu t,. f,,i • ,l..-, .i mi>rtaaae uimn the followlns ,1,'-< Ibed roal pi,,|,-rt\ : Lot T Block i PAIRL \x MANOR, nccorriinc i" the Plat thereof re. nrded in Plal l!,-,k i I' ,%  7:' I'ublii Ri %  iirda ,,f Dade I 'ount>. I lot Ida, together with Hotpolnt Itanai RH %  • Si i lal No llotpi in Ri ft lel ator KA-10.1 Si I lal Ni I Venetian Blind* and Hntpoli i IVaahlng Mai hlne l.ll-l il Numbi D i • > i i' %  %  i to I i i anawei to pi •. cop} i li, r, %  I ni" .II ,i M: i IN Pl> K. i ith Plooi Ulat i II I i i 11 M< m M MITIN KINK IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63729C IX RK Rtat ol ., ii ., s rtsvKN c si-iiMiTTAti i: i • %  ,i -, ,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \!| Creditor* and All Pi I I.I\ In* i 'lalmx m i 'en ind Again Said Retail \,. II i. hereb} nOI Ifled and • quired t" pn -• nl an) claim* and di nianda which you mo} have agt the eat ite of STEPHEN C SCHMIT TAl'BR. a k a STEVEN C Si'MMlT TAI'Kll I,. .•., %  .. ,1 late of Dade < •• -tm t Florida, i" 'inCounty Judge* Dade County, and ffi* tha aame m duplicate and a* provided in Pectl 73*. 16, Florida Blatuea, In to-ir of fi,.in th* County CoiirthoiiKe In Dade County, Florida, within *i\ cal endar month* from th,' time of th first publication hereof, or the iam will l„ barn -I MICHAEL SillMITTACI-n aa Administrator of the Htt' of Stephen C Bchmlttnuer, :> k •• Steven C Hehnilttnuer LEONARD .1 K.M.ISH Attorney for Admlnlatmtor, ir,:'9 dui'oiit Building, Miami, Florida. UISI l-h..ne l-Tt } %  •' %  7 17-54-31. • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HEREBY OIVRN lhat lha nndaralgnedi dealring to angngi h bualneaa under the flctltloua name* n Apex-Magnavos A pea Magnavoj Rhnwcaae Magnavox Bhovrioaae :ii %  ,;,:.•, Blaoayna Boulava r d. Miami, Kim nli, Intend i" reglatir aald name will the Clark "f the circuit Court of Dade I'.,nun Florida. PR INK KIIMill BCXANNK RJJDICH Bole n nor* 7 I7-24-3L i IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No COM3 RE: Eatate of A LEX AN PER COSTA Decei I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltore and All Per II \ mi: i 'lalm* oi I temand I I Said Kxtati I i in, hi i • li} notlflad and i • nin In in int'l rl, mauda whli li you naa} havi i late ol ALEX VNUEH • • %  ..I IHII % %  < Dade r nt> Judgi C int}, and flli 11 • ami i.. i in H i': II .:., Ktai II n, i ii, id, i'..in I i da, within ill i %  in %  Duti i I • i Iv, \.l' HERMAN Co ,.f I |; HAN I "I IH



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ily 3'.. 1964 t'Jenisfi Fhrtdttan Page 11-B At ft J Wo**.. A thech' 7/ieofre Offers Prize NEW YORK — (WNS) The Jewish Theater for Children is offering its ninth annual prize of SI.(MM) for the best full-length play for children in English on a Jewish theme, it was announced here by Philip Kasakovc, chairman of the theatre, who said that manuscripts for the 1963 contest must be submitted to the theater not later than May 15. 1965. The address of the theater is 326 W. 58th St.. New York City. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ^pcent qeneral meeting of B'nai B'rith k, Flamingo Chapter, special guests of %  tpter are shown receiving the Ted RobBdemoria! Award. Left to riaht are Leon%  arard Litzinger. student at Hialeah High tool award recipient; his father, Mr. Litz%  Mrs. Otto Haengel, president of Flamingo Chapter; Mrs. Jane Robinson, widow of the late Ted Robinson and founder president of Flamingo Chapter; Jennifer Lynn Dennis, of Hialeah High, also an award recipient, and Mrs. Webb, her mother. The award cited the recipients for having attained the highest averages for service. IO / i / If T r i 9 9 I BERMAN .IOSKI died V Mild W Fellow ington in lav. I \' i H i ikK, .n IIK %  -. Ma Hi \\ M, I I R n I -' I %  V II II I V V %  \ i.. I i • ., • i \l llfni .i \ %  *. !, % %  "I I: i with i I in i' %  %  CHi'RCHlLL. Mr* V IN. 71. of I7"'l \v., -' li i Vi mn n FRIEDMAN. \ IT I la) -hoi. I M SenIces li \tt \ %  %  •' • SHRfKINCER. [| : GOLDMAN. Mn C llllns We ,||-il July 21. II RUBY, i SVi v ilieil In BURG. M • riilhi \ \ %  I: VOLPFRT. Mil* >n II SI 111 \•I KFNT i • si nan \ -' :I llasln rs WII.BURNE. .i id ; % %  ..i sosn c espi Bli .i ui\ FIELDS. Mli li IV. Ba; Harbor Di dii il Jill) 211 Rivet sldi RUBY, i i ar I I, • %  I 110 PW M ill. ,1 hil< 20 Rli KANE. Mi Clara I. --•. or 77 > Rlvd RlVcrd KUNSTLER. I l \ i :::• %  • i %  x, Yoi u Riven SCHERR. Illi I • %  Mill \\ -i \\i I:; v di LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai by \ i i'ii f Chapti i 6T8 nl Floi Ida Statutes Annotated (1941), War*housi ui. ii and Wan housi R i %  ••' wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC a I lorlda corporation, b) virtue nf us warehouse lien, ha* in iipossession il,. follow Inn di KI i Ibed [impel l> : 1 II %  in iiii> .'inl Household I'"%  Hlunii v.ih. ,.i..|vi> ol Mr. and Ml Itl.i-. ••. '.-'I S.W hill. I'al kwa) Pembrook lines, Hollj I. KI" an i thai on HiJlsl il;i> of August, 1964, durinii ih. leunl hour* of sale, malnl) between 11 :00 fore >n i ml 2:00 in the .ifi, i noon, nl -' % %  %  N VV Ith \\ • nue, h IOI ill i, the undi rsigned i hnll %  li. high. cash In hail he aboi e di |HO|)i t\ nl Mr mi I Mi lilli s \\ 64th I'irUway, l'i mbrook i I I.-,-. j at Mi.ui ii"' i la, th dai of Jul). ACE-R li \ AX MXES, IXC FltCHE VII HOB ORI8. •' Aviv H, BATTER ^KUNGM. 'II R llns Av, er*Me. EPSTEI-. % %  : \li. mn i:.a, li. JH) .'I S. i \ < i > in N, 11 Y< i k MARCUS ltd., dn Itii • rstdi SLOME, vanla li 21 ilorilon BERMAN feron BIRNB' •Sth 04. LEVY, V Sjivici ROTH, M: City. Rl ORECfv II' I" ri. IT. m' !"' %  S\V '."'Hi Ct.. ii JACOBS. > MOReMOU^ r HIOlMUn I.'" I..M.-I. NJK-JB1II "••'. of ITT:'.i N\V ll'ih s In Hlonx, NY Rlvi I rt. 19, "f '."i \\V 144th Si IS I: i vr-i.le. MiKenale, 74, of 1040 e.. died In I \ '.':. l:ivi-r>i,l. nrilliain, : %  '.. ..f MHO Byron Ice* In l*helnea, M.,-s i;,,rYetta, S'.. ..i 12(1 M: (!v i-rnlde H, II .:. 78, ul 1230 \i: i, ,1 i. .1 Ith el %  ill, : Id -i %  11 II HT, of -.11 Null, % %  Jlll> II. Riven LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRSUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 8379 SAM SAT'VSU ', I'lalnilff, \ SYLVIA SATIN? i.,r.i ORDER OF PUBLICATION T. SYl^VI \ .VTIX SKY I Cent. H'l -N". -i S,,iith Havi II. Mli I."-:, .. You ;i %  lii • %  • < etl ha I n omplalnl i"> I <\\ % %  %  • nun been I led .. ^.i n.si ymi .mi you nri required !, %  >, i-\ ,• :i eopj ,.i >oui An%  nr I 'leadInR to miiil on IMnlntlff* attoinej'K, RAYMAX .\ HfHIO, '•'.Alnnlej llldu Ml iml K"lorldn SIJ2 ..ml file the ui alnnl answer "i Pleadiim in ih. ,,ii f Ihi Circuit Clerk ...i ,.i before Ih. Ith daj ol Sept., I'.M.I. ir \ ...i fail r.. iln >,, Judcmenl ii> default will lie taken uKulnal you for the relief of July, 1964 i: I! I.KATHERMAX, Circuit <' < Clerk Uaili County, Horldn By C I' I'nl'Kl.AXI'. ii.-i,un Clerk RAYMAX A IH'HKi. Altyn 'i"-.' Alneie> I'.ldB Mn,ii,i. Klorida "•81, s-T-M-'.'l IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO ntM-a IN RE: Eatati nl l.i HIS i.i iREN Uei ... led NOTICE TO CREDITORS To UI Creditor ,'-i VI! 1'eixuis llavii,.. 'lain % %  i %  ii' i iAgolnHl Said i:-i.n, : \,.M ., %  hereto notified and re%  luirol li any i lalnia and lienands hli li i luo i i -.i'ii-' %  • I.. .' IS IIOREX deci late of Wayne Co %  the Cuuntj w nf I i and file the -.mi,In dui provide! >l ItUtl S. Ml I t : %  -. II "UI I ll<>ll>.iii i lade Com id.i, A'ithin KI* I nl. mlar moi I f the ili-i i.11:-: the WIIIIO nlll hi %  I %  d i Mi.i IIH> -I July. \ .MU.T...N i: M \N \III:I MKII \. A li itor C.T.A KI >VN i:i: .v. M v.NNHEl M \i torne) ii.' • %  ..'uiiior. n ..... i >u|ionl i 'i i/.i i '• i .Miami, I lol i.l.i T II, s 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREIIY C.IVEX thai the undenditned, dealrlna i" eni liualni undi i ihi fictitious mi !'lh iTi M ;i: \ I'HERS .v MOD I". I S It A I.I Intends lo rertxter ~:.i'l name With i he Clel k "I the I 'Il el t in id I iadi i "ounty, Klorida. HARRY KAXE i SARY r El i II:I.STI:I.N'. Attoi m 7/31, \ 7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63952 A IX RE: Estate "f JANET II ZEIENTZ :.—il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* I nd All I'ei KOIIHaving I'la inn. ,.r Deinandr Aaninxl Said Eatate You ;n hei i,' notified and re. in ii •• i to i H I any claims and demand! u lib h ) "ii may h.n e the estate of JANET II ZEIENTZ deceased late "f Dade County, Plori,i;,. to ih, Count) ,1.1,1m-.of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 788.18, Florida Statutes, in thalr offices In ih.. County Courthouse in Dade County, Klorida, within six calendar months from the time of the flnrt publl hereof, or the same will be bai n il Dated ii Miami, Florida, this 24th day of July, A "• 1084. MYRON S ZEIENTZ As Executor First publication of this notice on the Slst day ••( July, I94 By: MICHAEL C. PLOTNICK An.,in.> f.n Executor •i.< Ainsle> isulldini: Miami. Florida 3J1S2 7 SI, S 7-14-21 Hptfffed, beautiful and %  •ntlv cared for •urroundi.igs for our %  tod loved onosar* .' II .'. •. %  Nlll MA.I;l''V M0 1-7693 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63424 C IX RE: Estate ,,f IISI-AI: .s AI.I,I:I: I li'l'eajiell. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claim..,: I •innii, I.Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and re quired to present an> claims and demands arhtoh you ma> have against the estate of Uacai .Adler deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the i'i.imi> Judges "! bade County, and file the sami In their offices in the Count) Courthouse li Dade County, lli>i I,I... w %  alendar months from the .i.ii,..f the first publication be barred. I1H1S CA1D1N 1 \. CAIHIN ,v ROTH Altorni 1 M ami, Floi T 31, ;-il-.'l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63735-C IN RE: K-!al. .if IKVIXC HENRY STERN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All i'ersoni. Itavri:Claims or Demands Agaiusl Said Kstate: You ai, hei • bj notified and required to pres nl anj claims and STERN deceas. 1 lati ol I • idi Count). %  lorthi int) Jutlges ul Dadi 1'..iml v. and file 1 he satni In %  iplli iti and is iroi I I. il In Si i tlon T:: I 16, Florida Still • %  in thel offices I i ., Count) l'i i house In I adi >" %  • %  .inr t,|i. w .linn -i \ call n. I.it 11 1 1, ,iu he time ,,| Hi, in -l pub hereof, ol il • same i ll be bin red I luted .ii Ml iml, I lorlda, this \a\ .'i July, A li 1964. HETTY S. STERN As Executrix Flrsl publb ill ui ,,i iiiiin 11 i the II 1st da) "f July i!"><. II iRO[,ll .1 COHEN AII for l'i null' T 31, 8 T-l 1-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 8273 WILLIAM s SPANG, Plaintiff. \.-. .;. .LIMIT II. SPANG, Defendaul SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl 0 IK M SPANG 2:117 Moiiroi \ i enue Norwood, Cincinnati 12. < %  !i %  y,,,i an hei • bj notified that .• Hill ,,t Complalnl for Divorce has been filed agaiusl >ou, and you are required i" servi cop) of your Answer or I'lend I mi ; % %  Hill of Complalnl on tinplulnliff'i Attorney, KAY A. ,\ii'NSi I.N. :ii Ingiall ,ni Bui Miami, Fl rid I and file Ihi inn! Ait-'.v, • ot Pleading In Ihi %  ,,i tin. ,,r liefm • ih. ... "i Vueust, "• If you I iienl b) dell will h, for It III, I'.lll of Coiiqi In I • ||i "... 1, THE JEW '"!.( iRIDI v N IMi.NF ISli i iRDERED il Ml iml, Florida, ihls J4 da) .,r Jul). \ I' i: n i..:\ -HERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court, I'ade '• iuni Florida (sealI It) M 4 RGI'E'TE Ml RFl HID ii Clerk RAV A NUNS' '\ :u.i Ingraham I luildlng Miami. Florid k 38131 Attorne) foi I'lalntiff 7 11, v 7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THELEVENTH JUOICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7375 CARIDAD PEREZ Plaintiff, -\ KI Li 'KKVi'li i PKREZ I lefendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'In FMlRENCIo PKREZ I' ii Box P Mountain I 'ale. Ni Yo yot" ARE HEREBY notified 11 :i Complalnl foi l h oree nan bi i filed agalnsi you, nnd you are In 1,1 i .-.,iiit. ,l In serve .. cop) pi •• answer to Ihe Complaint on ihmrRttornej l RSTER R'iKRS whose n ss is '.'21 N.W II Street Miami. Florida, and file Hi,,Iginal "f the Answer in the ofl i % %  nf ihi Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial ,it |„ and foi I md. Coin tj Florida "ii or I" '"" Ihe 19th da i or AtiKust, 1961 In default of wh • h the i %  .in., 'aim ill I"laki i. as -nl-• ,-,l In von. I \'| |.;i -l,i. flit rtai of .Inn ,1961 IT i: I.EATHBRMAN !']. ,-:. -'.-.---it !' Bj iII'I.|'I:I.ANII T 17-21-51 • I IN THF COUNTY JHOO e* CMIRT IN ANn FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN OROBATE No. 63682A IN RE Estate % %  IIEN.I \ Ml N I. I.EVIXSI IN H,.,-, n %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS i To All • '• %  dlloi and VI Peru tii^ 'lalnis oi l •• in. in,iAgain I Si I :.-...' %  \ .. i n t, hi • bj %  >l .' ; ,1 .1 ti, |,i, -. ,i. v li clt i oil n > hni ih, ,%  -, nl i:. • l.i -i : •• I "lot lila, i" i he emu ...nl i ,,inl llle ill! and ... 1 •. I end f tl heren Hated al Mian P Id dai of .1 \ • I.YN S I.ITVINSON Flrsl his i %  i in f .1 MYERS, 11 KIM \.N u 1st S I IN THE COUNTY JUPGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTN. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58795-A IN RE Est; te nl ABR Ml AM C.INSIURCi. Deci ased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTlON AND FINAL DISCHARGE N.'l'i. "E Is Iin.. I Ri pori and I I fur Distribution and Final idmlnisti'iil ir. C.T.A Ihe i tati Mil; Ml M GINSBCRG, d. i nnd thai on tin t., ih. H i Dade i Flo Ida. fo ippi al of said I i fin distribution ami rgi as Vdniinis rator, C.T V, the esl ihi abovi -mi nied d ,;, nr This I ith .I.n of .1 nil. 1964. BARRETT M Rl 1 HENHEKU. Admlnlsti .H"i T A. ol I lie I ,,| ABRAHAM GINSISl'RiS. I '• • • Ised. :;,.", i:i-. ... ne Building Ml mil, Plot i-l.i CAIDI.N RtM'HENBERG Ml.-1 n, i ;.i i :..,,.i II, Buihlini: Mia..ii. l'i-,i Ida %  24-31, 8 I IN THE COUNTY JUOGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 63838A IN RE: Estate ••! MARY I'.Al'.l'.i I.N NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ml Persons HavIng Claims or Demands Agalnsi > l-Tstnti v %  • n ai • %  h.-r 'i,i nntifii ,i and n quired tn presi ul an) claims and •!• mamls which >ou ma) have agalns the estate "' MAP.Y BARRON deceased late of l>ade Count) Florida, to ih, Count) Judges ,,i Dade County, and file the sami In duplicate and iroi : -I In Seel % %  Florid i Statuti -. in tin fici In tin i'n %  i\ Courthouse in [hide Count), I n six call the i: ne of the I hereof, lie W ill Dated at MiH : i da) of .1 %  %  IRYiNli II VI! \ ICxi Flrsl the -' i.N. 11A Y S e. < \ %  %  %  %  Miami, l-'i %  i CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 8018 CORA LEE SMITH. Plaintiff, vs. JESSE SMITH, JR. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yol .ILSSL SMITH, JR. R, Idence Unknown are notified lo serve ; oopj ,i your answer to Divorce Complalnl filed agalnsi you "n Plaintiffs attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. 12th M, Miami, Fin and file oi with Clark of this .',...,i on oi befon :i-i ,,i August, 1964, ntherwls nl.lainl \\ ill I nfessed b) % OU. IIATED Jul) 24, 191 IT D LIT VTHERMAN. I %  (seal) B) : M VRGCERITE Ml iRfrMRD in ci, rk T ji, ; CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DAOE COUNTY, FLA. 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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volurr- 27 Number 31
A Re veal Nasser's Plan
Jo Destroy Israel And
nnihilate Jews There
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 31, 1964
Two Sections Price 20?
NEV.
British
ingly
prof.
V jRK (JTA) The
vernment is "mcreas
Merned" over Nasser's
I'd campaign for the de-
i f Israel. Terrence Prit-
tttic correspondent for
(,. i rdian," a British news
report! in the August is
ol t Atlantic Monthly.
hi articles entitled 'Bomb
r ir i Nile: Target Israel."
ttie says the four main
Masser's campaign are
.1 of the British from
IMS in Ayden. Cyprus
. : the building of his con-
. rms strength: a crash
to produce ground m-
cketa; and production of
. I genocide of both nu-
rabnuclear types.
* correspondent says that
coentional arms today
ipt ias superiority over Is-
, t.- he points out that "two
wars againtt Israel have con-
vinced Nasser that the Egyp-
tians man for man art no match
for the Israelis. Therefore even
an immense superiority in con-
ventional weapons and in man-
power (the population of Egypt
is ten times that of Israel) would
Continued on Page 6 A
Civil Rights Riots
Attack and Loot
Brooklyn Stores
ROSf-iJ KtNNtOY
embarrassing legislation
Atty. Gen. Kennedy Hits
At U.S. Immigration Laws
WASHINGTON (JTA I At Immigration Subcommittee. Me
torncy General Robert Kennedy ca]ic(j for an entirely new and
denounced U.S. immigration laws. m at.h
the McCarran-W alter Act. as div
criminatory and cruel in testi |{r, Kenedy testified in
mony this week before the House
AT WORLD ZIONIST CONVENTION
HEshkol Believes Soviet Union
May Relax Policy on Jews
I!
TI-: i.ITA Premier
[i 11- said this week he was
Idei that internal changes
ie Soviet Union, coupled with
Id essures, would induce the
let regime to allow self-expres-
ERHARD MEETING?
TFL AVIV kossibility of a conference
Ithis year between Prime
Minister Levi Bshkol and
IWc-t Germany's Chancellor
[Ludwi^' Erhard was reported
Ihere this week. The news-
[paper. Maariv, declared that
[such a meeting was schedul-
ed to take place outside Ger-
jmany during visits Mr. Esh-
i kol o.pects to make "to one
or more" countries this
I year.
According to the report,
Chancellor Erhard plans to
<> road himself at about
the s.me time as Mr. Esh-
kol.
inn as Jew- tu Russian Jewry and
to permit Russian Jews to main-
tain contact with world Jewr\ and
In rejoin families in Israel
He spoke at the convention of
I he World Union ot Zionist Social-
ist Parties. More than 200 dele
gates from 25 countries and more
than 1.000 guests were present
Among the many dignitaries was
President Shazar.
The Premier described the
tasks of the Zionist movement to-
day as the battle against 'Jewish
self-delusion.'- the building up of
Israel, and the strengthening of
the spiritual basis of Jewries in
other countries. Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann. who also spoke on Zionist
activities lauded the improved at
titude of Premier Eshkol's Gov-
ernment toward the Zionist move-
ment.
Anthony Greenwood, a leader
of the British Labor Party, told
the gathering that British Labor
wanted friendship with the Arabs
but not at Israel's expense. The
British Labor Party leader said
Continued on Page 5-A
support
of a bill first sent to Congress
by his brother, the late President
Kennedy, and now backed by Pres-
dent Johnson The bill would*
eliminate the national origins
quota system
Mr. Kennedy said the racist
system of establv-hing quotas
based on ethnic and national
origin was a world-wide source
of embarrassment to the United
States.
The Attornev General termed
the immigration law a present
"a urce of anguish to many of our
own citizens with relatives
abroad." He said the biased pro
visions caused "loss to the econ
omic and creative strength of our
nation as a whole." He described
the present immigration regula
tions as "inconsistent with our
principle and out of step with our
history."
"This nation was built by im
migrants of courage and ability
who came from many lands." he
stated.
The new bill would end the na-
tional origins quota system over
a five-year period Quotas would
be reduced 20 per cent per year,
and redistributed on a fair basis.
Those with the greatest ability to
contribute to the welfare of the
United States would get first pref
erence. However, the new bill
would increase the total eligible
to enter the United States each
year by only 8.000 from 157.000
to 165.000.
NEW YORK (JTA i Nearly
1,000 stores in the Bedford Stuyve-
sant area of Brooklyn, most of
them Jewish-owned, were looted
and damaged by rioting Negroes
! in two nights of violence this
week.
Police officials said the rioting
did not appear to be directed at
: the stores because they were Jew
ish-owned but rather because they
were owned by whites The not
ers also stormed and ransacked
-ome Negro-owned stores. Com-
munity leaders, representing both
.lews and Christians, including
Negroes, met with Borough Presi-
dent Abe Stark to find means of
dampening the explosive atmos
phere.
I Among those at the meeting
' in Mr. Stark's office was Rabbi
I Benjamin Kreitman, represent-
ing the Brooklyn Jewish Com-
munity Council. He acted also
in his capacity as chairman of
the Borough President's Com-
munity Action Committee.
A .ICC spokesman said that anti
Semitic slogans had been voiced
by some ol the rioters. An inter
faith Citizens Committee of repre
^entatives of the Board of Rabbis,
the Catholic Cniversal Council and
the Protestant Council in Brook
lyn. appealed to Mayor Wagner to
take urgent action to prevent
more riots
Five persons were shot by police "
battling the rioters and more thai'.
200 persons arrested in the two
nights ol rioting.
Officials of the JCC joined with
ether civic and religious groups
, in appealing to Negro civil rmht-
leaders to postpone temporarily
any further demonstrations in the
explosive area. The appeals were
made to enable police to deal more
! effectively with looters and hooli
' gans using Negro grievance dem-
onstrations as an opportunity for
widespread looting..
In the neighboring Crown
Continued on Page 2-A
ROCKY SENDS STATE TROOPERS
100 Jewish Merchants Tell
Of Damages in Rochester
IN POLISH VIUACE OF KONIN
I// Go/dwater's Kin Believed Killed
LONDON (JTA) A check
available records in Konin. the
polish ancestral home of Barry
fcoldwatir's family, indicates that
ny relatives of the Senator's
piily probably were slaughtered
the Nazis, it was reported here
pom Warsaw.
The Senator's nomination spur-
Pd interest in those records in
(u> Poi:-h river town, a hamlet 115
miles west of Warsaw. The
grandfather of the nominee was a
Jewish peddler named Michael
Goldwasser, who emigrated to the
United States in 1849 when Konin
was under Russian rule.
Mavor Zdzislaw Szklarkowski,
of Konin. said that it any of the ;
3.000 Jews of the hamlet before
the war were Goldwassers. they
i were dead now. He said the
Nazis had organized a concentra-
tion camp in Konin and that there
were no Goldwassers among the
few survivors.
He added that the Nazis had
destroyed all Jewish records and
that an examination of Konin
archives had not produced any
tiaces of a Goldwasser family,
which the mayor said he under-
stood had been a large one.
ROCHESTER iJTA) About
100 stores and other business en-
terprise.-, the vast majority of
them owned by Jews, were wreck-
d and looted here last weekend
luring two nights ol rioting by
Negroes.
The Rochester community, com-
prising a population of about 25.-
100 Jews and 35.000 Negroes in
his city of 330.000 persons, was
still nervous as Jewish business
men tried to count their losses,
amounting to hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars. City police, an
augmented county sheriff's force,
and state troopers sent here on
orders of Gov. Rocketellcr pa-
tiollcd every section of the city,
trying to prevent turther rioting,
while city authorities imposed a
night-time curfew on the entire
city. One man. a white non-Jew,
was killed
The rioting started Friday
night in a section of the citv
where the main street is Joseph
Ave., an area inhabited now al-
most entirely by Negroes but
where more than 90 per cent of
the rhopkeepers are Jewish. Un-
til the World War II period, the
area was almost entirely Jew-
ish, and the majority of the
Jewish businessmen, some of
whom had had their businesses
there for more than half a cen-
Continued on Page 7-A
I AM CONFIDENT'
GOP's Katzen
Reaffirms 1960
Plank on Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Republican Party convention at
San Francisco adopted a "strong'
plank on the Middle East situa-
tion. Bernard Katzen. director of
the Republican National Commit
lee's Ethnic Division, declared
here this week at a special press
conference which he had summon
ed for a discussion of the GOP's
stand regarding the Middle Baal
region
"1 am confident." he said,
"that the Republican Party will
demonstrate its support of Ul >-<
nations which are our friends
Certainly Israel is in that cate-
gory."
Mr. Katxen pointed out that
' the Republican platform's plank
dealing with the Middle East
not enly pledged United States
"economic and military assist-
Continued on Page 7-A


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7.UKE AB. JAPAN The
Yal myth of the wandering
[finds an enigmatic parallel
labled Japanese port city
Igaaaki that may be aptly
the mystery of the van-
Jew.
pant m East met European
at Nagasaki in the tenth
iry when the Kyushu trading
er opened its harbor to Dutch
jants. With the Westerners
ti.e Christian and Jewish
11 Japan was a fickle
ket, and the suspicious gov-
pen' periodically locked the
(>i commerce to the West
Today, the bustling hills
fag; saki are dotted with
tUn churches, monuments.
;i.i e sites Conspicuous hy
in. any tangible trace of
lewish community which re-
and not too recent Naga-
hi iry records.
l.i Air Base's Chaplain
btau Marvin Tokayer, a
ji 9 ho ministers to Armed
r> ews in .-oiithern Japan
Korea, was enthralled with
|sal Oriental mystery ol
vanishing Jew and was de-
fined to solve it. Tokayer's
i \h yielded clues in Tok-
Kobe, Seoul. Hong Kong, and
Ei
i the son ot Mr. and Mrs
I Tokayer. 3621 SW 15th St..
ni.
interview With Russian-
Jacob Gotlieb. who runs an
prf-import business in Kobe.
first light on the Nagasaki
My. Gotlieb remembered
tlu records of a Jewish syn-
pit: in Nagasaki had been
rto the Jewish community oi
thai.
in Seoul. Tokayer met
pore Russian-born Jews who
referr<>: him t- .i Mr. Lurie, a
Tokyo ii/Otion picture distributor.
In V -\o, Lune spoke of his
early ar~ in the Nagasaki
Jewi-l immunity, where he hail
been turn of American parents
remembered a synagogue
Jewish cemetery but was
e on location. Lurie added
the Nagasaki Jews' main
pation wai -elling supplies
visiting ships. He recalled
the Jewish community had
search. Gravestones in the wall-
ed cemetery were engraved in
Hebrew, English, Russian, and
Japanese. Burial dates ranged
from 1880 to 1920, the year the
Jews left for Tokyo and Kobe.
The cemetery is located on a hill-
top that looks down on a granite
pillar marking the epicenter of
the nuclear blast. The hill crest
protected the cemetery from
heat and blast effects. Natural-
ly, the cemetery was in a dilapi-
dated state, as no care was pro-
vided for 50 years
Jewish personnel with the mili-
tary (the only Jews in the area)
were very excited as word of
the find spread. The Jewish
Community Center of Tokyo and
the Israel Embassy in Tokyo
were also interested. Chaplain
Tokayer then arranged a date for
all to meet in Nagasaki to clean
the area and recite the El Moleh
Rachamim. On Sunday, May 3,
Lag Bomer, Tokayer and some 20
Jews from Iwakuni Marine Corps
Air Station on Honshu island.
Itazuke Air Base near Fukuoka,
and Fleet Activities, Sasebo.
journeyed to Nagasaki to clean
the cemetery and offer prayers
for the dead.
With water buckets, weed re-
movers, brushes and soap, all
worked to clean the stones
and remove weeds from the
earth. All seemed amazed that
a Jewish community had lived
here. In attendance was Yoef
Hassin, chancellor of the Israel
Embassy in Tokyo, who inform-
ed the Israel Rabbinate of the
location. Much credit is due, ac-
cording to Capt. Tokayer, to
Rabbi J. Adler. of the Tokyo
Jewish Community Center, for
providing information and en-
couragement and who obtained
the support of the Tokyo Syna-
gogue to repair and maintain
the cemetery.
Nagasaki's vanishing .lews had
been found.
R Day Set At Beth Torah
Capt. Marvin Tokayer points to a Jewish gravesite as Yosef
Hassin, chancellor of the Israel Embassy in Tokyo (second
from right) looks on.
moved to the more profitable
areas of Tokyo and Kobe some 40
years ago.
While vacationing in Hong
Kong, Capt. Tokayer met an-
other past resident of Nagasaki.
Dr. Cohen, who gave general di
rections to the cemetery. Coh-
en hadn't visited Nagasaki since
World War II and thought that
the atomic bomb could have de-
stroyed the synagogue and grave-
yard which were located near
the city's center. He also knew
that the last Jew left Nagasaki
jOSt prior to the A-bomb.
At Nagasaki. Tokayer contact
ed Dr. Leonard Sagan. a Jewish
physician employed by the
Atomic Bomb Casualty Commis-
sion. Dr. Sagan located Naga-
saki's oldest artist who surpris-
ingly had a wood block print of
the synagogue. The building no
longer stands, having been lev-
eled by the frequent bombings.
A visit to the Nagasaki For-
eign Cemetery Division gained
approval for Capt. Tokayer to
clean and mark the cemetery if
found.
Tokayer was now prepared to
start a search of Nagasaki. The
most likely spot was the Inasa
Foreign Cemetery, which proved
to be a blind alley as did the
Sakamoto Foreign Cemetery.
On another visit to the city
government's Foreign Cemetery
Division, an official showed Tok-
ayer an old tourist map. The
map indicated an obscure walled
cemetery, In all probability
this was the Jewish cemetery.
A short taxi ride ended the
Sunday morning will be R Day
at Beth Torah Congregation, when'
registration for the fall term lor
the Nursery. Sunday. Hebrew and
High School Departments begins.
Beth Torah, pioneering congre-
gation of North Miami Beach, was
organized over 25 years ago as
Monticello Park Jewish Center.
From 65 families eight years
ago. it has grown to a congrega-
tion of 700 family members and
offers a complete educational pro-
gram from ages 3 to 8 under the
supervision of Rabbi Max A. Lip-
schitz, and Abraham J. Gittelson,
educational director.
The morning weekday Pre-
school is staffed by professionally-
licensed teachers. Under the di-
rection of Mrs. Sidney Kay. Pre-
school supervisor, the school pro-
vides experience in Jewish living,
as well as special activities in
music, rhythm, dance, arts and
crafts, story telling and science,
among others.
Sunday School Primary Depart-!
partment emphasizes Bible stor-
ies, holiday observances and a
special aural-oral Hebrew program
held one day a week. '"Hebrew
Thru Fun.'' The Hebrew School
Department provides for a five-
year program leading to gradua-
tion and entrance into the Hebrew
High School. Bar and Bas Mitz-
vah training, and a complete pro-
gram of co-and-extra-curricular
activities, including choir, cantor-
ial study. Torah-reading, Keren
Ami Council, athletics. Honor Roll
Society, school patrol, dramatics
and Bible study groups.
A youth program includes the
TNT Sunday morning breakfast
group, the L'SY under the leader
ship of Marshall Baltuch, eight
Young Judaea groups, AZA and
other such groups.
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Volume 37 Number 31
Friday. Iuly 31. 1964
22 Ab 5724
The Rejection
Of Deicide Libets
The National Lutheran Coun-
cil announcement of the recom-
mendations of a Consultation in
Denmark by the Lutheran World
Federation should receive the ap-
plause of more than Jews alone.
It should be welcomed by every
fair-minded person regardless of
his religious affiliation.
The Council reveals that the
Consultation has branded the dei-
cide Jibel against the Jews as
especially reprehensible" and
calls anti-Semitism "spiritual sui-
cide."
More than any other, the dei-
cide libel throughout the ages has
been responsible for the most
vicious manifestations of man's
inhumanity to man. It spurred
the Inquisition; it gave fire and
heat to every pogrom launched
even up to our own time.
The Lutheran rejection of the
hbel should serve as a respon-
sible pointing of the way for the
spirit of the Ecumenical Council
due to resume its deliberations in September.
Increasing numbers of disturbing factors along
the way suggest that Ecumenism, particularly
cs it relates to the question of deicide, may
have lost some of its impetus since the late
Pope John XXIII instructed Cardinal Bea to
press the issue.
The Lutheran action is praiseworthy in
self. As an example for the Ecumenical de-
liberations in September, it is particularly
::.eaningful.
JtA
Eshkol-Erhard Meeting
The possibility of talks between Israel
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and Weet German
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard would, of course,
be welcome if. as speculation seems this
week to indicate, they come about.
Nevertheless, it is undeniable that the rift
created at a high point of irresponsible anti-
Communist hysteria, also highlighted some of
the most openly anti-Semitic discussion in the
history of the nation's legislature.
Mr. Kennedy is correct in suggesting that
the quota system based on ethnic origin is a
worldwide source of embarrassment to the
United States. But the McCarran-Walter Act
has been argued fourteen long years now.
The first Eisenhower Administration, back in
1952, pledged its repeal.
What are we wainting for, even as the
Emma Lazarus sentiment at the foot of the
Statue of Liberty grows wearier and wearier
of the McCarran-Walter embarrassment?
Racial Peace in Miami
The growing number of race riots, parti-
cularly in the north, reminds us that we
between Israel and West Germany seems to should be grateful for the peace prevailing in
the Miami. We do not suggest that equity prevails
here, or that there are no problems with which
to deal.
But our community long ago accepted the
primary responsibility of its local government
to set up the means for interracial discussion
before inequities erupted on the streets.
We are not smug in the belief that it can't
happen here. But the fact remains that the
unrest and strife being experienced in Brook-
lyn and Rochester are the result of the failure
of men to come together before their angers
disguised their humanity.
growing apace.
S866 million reparations agreement has been
brought to o successful conclusion. West Ger-
many's spectacular achievements simply sug-
gest to her leaders that alliances with the Arab
nations are more advantageous on every
count than a single friendship with Israel.
Indeed, as West Germany once again re-
sumes her role of Europe's economic and in-
dustrial giant, her natural inhibitions toward
Israel will become increasingly apparent. For
the very men who lead her there are the men
originally involved in Germany's greatest
shame: the Hitlerian excesses that caused the
slaughter of six million Jews.
It will, of course, be good for Eshkol and
Erhard to meet. But what can be accomplish-
ed is difficult at least at this time to see. That
her resumption of power politics full scale.
Konin Learns a Lesson
The story emanating from London regard-
ing Konin, Poland, the ancestral home of Bar-
West Germany has deliberately" failed to oust T Goldwater's family, is interesting from this
its nuclear scientists from Egypt is proof of Pnt of view:
Search for his relatives resulted from the
Arizona Senator's nomination as Republican
Party nominee to the Presidency. Konin. the
Poles report, was the site of a concentration
camp; while, according to the town's authori-
ties, the Nazis destroyed all Jewish records.
They would have been happy, indeed, to dis-
cover Goldwassers among them.
This is. of course, sad. But what the Poles
fail to recall is the amount of joyous coopera-
tion they contributed to the destruction of Jew-
ish records everywhere in their country, no
McCarran-Walter Again
The McCarran-Walter Immigration Act is
up for grabs again. Attorney General Robert
Kennedy this week testified to its inequities be-
fore a House Immigration Subcommittee. The
Act has been the subject of heated discussion
since its passing over President Truman's veto
back in 1950.
Based on the discriminatory national ori- less than to the concentration camp^'victims*
gins quota system, the McCarran-Walter Act themselves. Konin has thus been taught an
proved its purpose during the Congressional object lesson in how anti-Semtism doesn't al-
debcte attending its passage. The legislation, ways pay off.
:
during (he week
... as i see it
THE WILUAM
nent
affiliation b
ment on Sen. Cold*,
religious
possible absurdity,
the Arizona
by LEO MINDLIN
He,
v ..itnr ,.
testant and ;. ,|, j
that Martin i |hcr
ninety-five theses |,J?
the Reformation n^Td
would have a word or taJ
f rebuttal. Luther, reform
not. was hardly radical ea*.
to depart sufficiently from the dogma into which hi was bont *
from rejecting anti-Semitic notions, he was as creative in vJ!
his cwn as those he inherited. Never mind Luther. I ;,m jj
with the OOP Vice Presidential nominee's assessment ,-itbe>r j
of course, a contradiction in terms. But the New Win. ,,f (|,f_
lican Party seems at least to be consistent in this that all *
terms are contradictory
Nevertheless, what began as a Miller witticism. in ahich hM
pointed to his Catholicism and said that only a bigct wouM [','
vote for such a ticket, is now being seriously offered t ,re f,,
earnest consideration by the OOP-inclined mass comanmuj
media Hence, a reverse kind of anti-Semitism and at Matho)*,
seems to be fhe new tone in campaigning during the moatai s-m
in which Ooldwater s alleged half .Tew ishness and Mill)
ism will be featured.
This technique may gain them some votes. H will ocrtait
cost Ooldwater any at all except those am on;; what j
Texas, characterized during the San Francisco con\c |
lunatic fringe. which regards the Arizona Senator's t"minanei||
terms of that old international Jewish intrigue li
the world
THt INTtLltCTUAl DISHONtSTY Of fT 411
AS A MATTER of fact, Sin Duksctis noinin.it II
** the original clue to what may have been a delirx
exploit Ooldwater s "Jewishnett" from the ver\ begini
peateii reference to the grandson "f an "immigrant |
e adequately, if not quite as 'lratn.itie.ill> ns soi
l am. parenthetically, unimpressed with the itorj l
tended m hi- yo th to become i Shakespearean act
ably lending added weight to hi- oratorical capability b *J
not possess m the least degree The "immigrant ped
otherwise have been even more effective.
But the intellectual dishonest) of it all is. to carr>
metaphor wearily long, spotlighted bj the Dirksen i
what was obviously meant to be understood as "Jewish frUe
without his saying it The Miller assessment of (".,
Protestant and Jew" here dovetails perfectly: while D
alluded to the obvious. Miller stated the inaccurate and
right false, but smiling all along. Hence, neithei can
the point of his politics should the time ever arise w <
prove advisable to deny them, for one spoke In hyp.
other in humor
I Imagine that Bernard K it/en director if the Ri
Uonal Committee's Ethnic Division, would have a sharp 'ordorJ
in this regard Katzen. a longtime GOP explainer of tt \
not reasonably be explained, commented several day
party's platform with regard to the state of fi
THt STATIC VltW IS GLAMOS'IiD
go one can intelligently doubt that the GOP Plati
~ tee took a long and complex plank on Israel and -
to little more than a single sentence In a plank all his
declared: "i am confident that the Republican Partj M
its support of those nations which are our friend- l rtl)
is in that categor) This singularity of length and
detail in fact outdoes the San Francisco platform on 1-
righta put together.
Katzen is good at these things Starting with Dirk
'-rant peddler'' and adding to it Miller's new variety reb*
experience. Katzen should be able to achieve just a!" ul whitr
he wishes For the Ooldwater candidacv. itself, is an
all things to all people.
He will be supported by those who expect him to r eal th
come tax. to rote m accordance with the Civil Rights Act, whtc'.i
admits to be the law of the land; to declare the act uni.institute
a power beyond the scope of the Presidency: to swoop don
switchblades and race riots, duties properly belonging to loca,
forcement agencies; to sweep back the centralization ol the fW
government a gesture in direct opposition to the -pint ":
swooping down anticipated in him.
As a matter of fact, all these suffer internal contradiction- i
this. I have already indicated, Is the peculiar consistency of tv
Wing of the Republican Party. Hence, the prospect of Goldwittr'
President suggests a static state based on precisely these contra
tions rather than the dynamic if rearward-moving one he protr-*
the American voter. The inaction win come irom another soup
as well: from the paradox that increasingly marks th. roleaf"
Presidency.
THt DtCUNl AND Ml Of TW PUtPBM
THIS HIGHEST OFFICE in the land is losing powi
cause the President can wield so much of it Th.'
the power, launched spectacularly during the earlv days '
veil Administration, has continued to the present (l.n I cnM'" \
But even RdOwvdt, himself, m the end fell the P**\
.........'" '"" "' vii n.Misevelt. Inmselt. in the tIKI tell
strength of the legislative, no less than the judicial branches, to ,
turn; while the late President Kennedy is a superb exami li
def
.<--nit-iii rveiineciy is a supei i) exaini'ii -
executive intentions unrealized as a consequence of I I
mined to bar their fulfillment.
In the case of GoUwater, the deterrent would .
sources: the contradictions within himself and a Congress dedie*
to having none of its own powers diminished. For this is what*
Arizona Senator would need to achieve in order to hnnu his eC*
dictory view of the nation into realistic play.
At least for now, all this is serious speculation f-:
or.g.nally humorous view here of Goldwater's alleged halfJcj
rnard Ration n..P,n,. k.. m,.ntht ahead, he
uy numerous view here of Goldwater's alleged halt J
ness. Rely on Bernard Katzen. During the months ahead. H
busily and earnestly explain everything Neither do I !***
pianations of the impossible in the Republican camp alone. '
the Democrats meet in Atlantic Citv. thev will come up w>th a rid*
platform peculiarly their own.
In fact, what I deplore in the Katien restatement of the <*>
Piank on Israel la the serious approach to platforms as a whole >
has ever been able to bear the weight of the termites dragfW^
down helm., il,.., ..-. a_n_ __ .1. ..- u-nubllC*1!
-- -: c* oemr me weight of the termites ma---
- aown bef01* Ihey were fuUy erected Democratic or Rcpu


mtMf.July 31. 1964
*Jew/if HcridUann
Page 5-A
Lutherans Denounce Ancient Deicide
NEW YORK (JTA) The men," and called on practical require that Christians ahstain
National Lutheran Council made measures" to overcome "this from making their witness as a
public here this week the reconi- evil" and to reconcile Christiana
mendations of a Consultation in with Jews.
Denmark by the Lutheran World ^ recomnu.n,lations aNo ca.
Federation "saUtag anti-Sem.t- e(| ,ntj.Semitism spiritua, sui.
.sm and calling, on Lutherans to -fcil am| ..,.cjett|0n ()f Jesus
combat such manifestations. am) ed on ,he fc(|
The recommendat.ons urged tf d bpr churcnes
Lutheran churches to examine their .. ..__.__. ,
... .. ,. to oppose all national and inter
publications for possible anti- ,. -, ,- -, t-l
[. t ... national manifestations of it. Ihe
Semitic relerences and to re- ... ... .,
. |. consultation also called on all
move and oppose lalse generali- ,, ,- ,,
l. i i-u i i Lutheran congregations and ad-
zations about Jews. The federa ..... .
. .. .. herents "to know and to love their
tion he d that charges that Jew?,1
[t IMANUH SCOBUONKO
Synagogue Group
Elects President
In Mexico City
By Special Report
ico city Emanuel G.
"rather than all mankind.*' were
responsible for the death of Christ
were "especially reprehensible.'*
The required examination and
changes mutt also be directed
to pastoral practices and preach-
ing references, the federation
declared, as "our simple duty
under the command common to
Jews and Christians" against
bearing false witness.
The federation called anti-Semit- by individuals or groups.'" The
ism "an estrangement of man Consultation stressed that such
ScdbJkm!-". I'cnn>\h.mui attorney. from his fellow men.*' and a "de-. conversations did not assume "an
walelci'rJ president ol ihe World niaJ of the dignity and equality of equating of religions, nor do they
Council "f Synagogues al its fifth
internalu naI lornention here.
Scobl."-.ki> succeeds Charles Ros-
rngs#ten, of Waterbury. Conn..
who served as president of the
Global ergantration since its in-
ceptior. ;n rir.:.
The .venlien deals with var-
ious aspects of synagogue life in
countii' rnund the world. The
World >' in.-il til Synagogues.
which lounded on the initia
natural outgrowth of the discus-
sions. Similarly, Christians will
listen gladly as Jews explain their
insights of faith."
Philip A. Johnson, Consulta-
tion vice chairman, said that the
event had been an occasion for
"serious searching of heart" by
the Lutherans who faced "hon-
estly and repentantly" the "very
painful aspects of the history of
Christian-Jewish relationships."
He added that there was also
"a searching and reaching out
itie*: to develop mutual UB-lW new and more positive rela-
dtrstanding and to make common tionships" to bring Christians and
cause with the Jewish people in JWS closer together "in the
matters of spiritual and social cause of righteousness "
concern, especially in fostering jnc Consultation noted that
human rights." there were large numbers of
"Responsible conversation-' be Lutherans among tourists and stu- ^ARIS -^Kev. j***
tween Christians and Jews were, dents in Israel, including volun- has been e|ected prcsident of the
cited as desirable, carried on | teers in Israeli collectives. It world Union for Progressive Juda-
through organized ori recommended creation of a Luth- ism. the 22-country organization
eran "tourist chaplaincy" in Is- 1 Reform and Liberal Jew-
rael with a chaplain who would
learn Hebrew
Jewish neighbors as themselves,
to fight against discrimination or
persecution of Jews in their com
Off. JACOB SHANKMAN
Reform Unit Picks
American President
By Special Report
Eshkol Says Reds Soften Anti-Jewish Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
that neither Israel's national
water project nor its desalina-
tion experiments were a threat
to the neighboring Arab coun-
tries. He asserted that real se-
tive "ol '">' United Synagogue Of curi,V fcr both lsrael and ,he Hebrew education and to ercour
ASMTie i. embraces congregations Arab> was in cooperation and de- age persona| contacts of Jews
of tB Conservative movement in velopment. wjth |srae|.
JudaUm ..' h,s .ilfiliales and H(, sai|| tn;l| th(, Britlsh Labor
j^^Hates in 22 countries.
that "perhaps one madman did
not help but the whole Govern-
ment did." He added he did not
plan to attend the next World
Zionist Congress. Then he call-
ed on the delegates to make
maximum efforts to intensify
ers to clarify its attitude toward
Jewish communities in other coun-
tries. He also asked the Govern-
ment to support the creation of a
world Jewish organization to pro-
mote Jewish affairs in other Jew
i.-h communities.
He succeeded Rabbi Dr. Solo-
mon 15 Freehof. of Pittsburgh,
who presided over the final se-
sion of the 13th international con-
ference. Delegates in Paris rep-
resented one and a-half million
Jews and 750 synagogues
Dr. Shankman is rabbi of Tem-
ple Israel, of New Rochelle. ami
before being named president
served the WUPJ since 19>9 m
chairman of the executive board
and American director since 1957
lb has been prominent in national
and local religious and civic af-
fairs and in 1962 received the civic
Dr. Goldman said the tragic sit
uation caused by the Nazi slaugh- achievement award of his city.
ter of European Jewry had brought
about a lack of Jewish leadership
Dr Shankman and Dr. Freeh
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. presi- about a lack ot jewisn leaaersmp Americana to hav-
Party was distressed by the Mid- (k>n, thc WorW Zlonisl 0rgani. and that the leadership which re. '^d';;/;" ,n,,;;;,;i;;ia,lfi;.t. pre.
- oem ui me V.UHU /.iiimim "I'-.iiii.....- ...... -- h-ij ,|1(. iti'ernational ollice rre-
ScoblnnK' a member of Tern- die Basl arm- race and by the Zillion> prop<)Sed at the conference' mained was wasted m a variety of decessors were Claude Montefiore
[ S.-th F.I in Mlentiiun I'a presence ol West German SCien- Israel Government call a split organizations throughout the Rabbi Dr. Lt. Baeck. and the
Tved .i- s,.,-retar\ ol the World lists in Egypt, woiking on aci- > *~ __ ,,,,,,,, .11 ( Vmnn.
wncil le.r lour vears before his vanced weapons for the Nasser world conference of Jew.sh lead- world. Hon. L Montagu, all of Europ.
pie
ervi
Couac
election to the presidency for a regime.
He added that Russia
two-yeat t'-rm.
LBJ Announces
Nuclear Talks
With Israel
helps the Middle East more by
projects like the Aswan Dam in j
Egypt than by supplying arms to
Ihe Arabs.
Former Prime Minister David i
Ben-Gurion w as in his best fight- \
ing mood at the conference as he
lashed out repeatedly against
WASHINGTON (JTA1 Presi- hypocrisy*' in Zionist debates and
dent Johnson announced here that activities. He urged thc delegates
the first meeting of the special, not to pass resolutions which would
. ,__it not be carried out. Repeatedly
Joint I n.ted states-lsrael commit- strcssing tlu. nml amonR ,eaders
tee to plan the use of nuclear en- for scttjng personal examples, he
ergy for desalination of sea water complained only one Labor Zion-
vaa held in Israel on Tuesday. ist leader had settled in Israel.
, He added that everything that had
At ,!' -"' "n,c- Mr Jonn- been achieved in Israel had been
son or red that increased efforts done by those who came to settle
be made in researches by Amen- here.
can.sii.-::'-- iii the field of the
UM Ol n ili .ill He rejected charges that his
nation Government had refused to help
u the Zionist movement, adding
The announcement that the________________________-------
United Mates and Israel would co-
operat. in ^searches in this field Hebrew U. Teac/ier Honored
"was- first made bv President
Johnson last January, in an ad- SAO PAULO, Brazil (JTA' I
dre* in New York before the | Special honors were accorded here
American Committee for the Weiz- to Prof Israel S. Drapkin, head i
ot the Institute for Criminology,
Of the Hebrew I niversity in Jeru-
salem, who had just completed a
series of university lectures as the
guest of the Latin American In-
stitute of Criminology.
mann Institute.
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Mamtt s inner circle e< atsist-
;n.s .-. correspondent reports
ha.e been considering the pos-
i^i.z^. A*orc rrn: the Nrao-rl Z:~ :~ee tor Labor Israel
ich BtfAtaJ his lecdersi.p a: prer\.-.r Isr-ei-Anier.ca
fc-.endship ~d established scic'.crsh::* a: the Necro lebor
leaders ==e Bi H-s.za.-: s Afro-A; ion L-.stitvte ir. TeJ Aviv.
HoJca^g brcnae plaque 3 Theodore W. Kheel. noted labor
ecLzrt" whe w:s .ocstrr.aste: r: the re-re-: award dr.-e: -.
New ':'::: rr.rl 'rseph Schicssrerc preside-; of the National
Ccrnrn.ttee for Labor Israel who made presenter:-.
Federation Adds
Staff Member

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West German.
sibility of a nuclear fc>:-
Hiroshima type, the
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VIENNA H*NS R n Wiese. him |o Italy He
skipped bail in West
nan) then b< M I -.erman Hit cap-
for complicity in the slaying of ed from a tip to the
100 Je:>h children in Bia!>-tok. Ice by Sim Poland. has been >eired b> Aus-
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dozen West German seien-isti
f.ve t -i\ hundred West Ger-
man and other foreign technicians
nbo have been there for the pat
Mr. Prittie maintains that the
senior scientists are paid from
S3.MO to Si MO a month and are
generally given free housing
and a domestic staff. "Few of
them show the slightest desire
to rttvrn home." he says. "The
pay and living conditions of all
the technicians rt far better
?nan they would expect at
home,' he states.
Erhard Meets Jewish ,?:ders
BONN jta F
-.nee Deeming i.
Wiese. uho was commander of
the concentration camp for Jews
lb Bialrstok, was placed under
bail when he produced medica! Dr Ludwie Ertard
testimony that he uas a diabetic delegation of the Cen-
However, the court ordered him of Jews in Germany
to report to the police three t.:: innte meeting,
each week Loquencj .r. da
reporting was detected for
een
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July 31. 1964
fJenisti fk>ridtiann
Page 7-A
r.uel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, awards
Jnorary degiee of Doctor of Humane Letters to Levi Esh-
ime Minister of Israel, at the university's 33rd annual
>ncement exercises on June 11. The Prime Minister, in
lmencement address, issued a call for the strengthen-
Jewish unity. Looking on are Max J. Etra and Max
Jchairman and vice chairman of the Board of Trustees
nva University, respectively. Presentation was dur-
i Prime Minister's recent official visit to the U.S. for talks
resident Johnson.
GQP Leader Katzen Reaffirms
I960 Republican Plank on Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
anc" to help maintain stability
in Iht Mic'dle East and to "pre-
vent an imbalance of arms" in
tht fogion, but also reaffirm-
ed! th party's pledge of 1960 con-
that area.
Iwytfsky Play Slated
Paddjr fha\el-k> phy. -Mill-
ie of* tin- Nil:hi." will be pre-
nted at I no rural Cables Play
:>use as .1 reading aetion produc-
Stn on Tii'irxlay through Sumla>
ghts. l.ee llaiina plays the
ad.
He said the 1360 pled E e
had specifically urged the Arab
slates and Israel to "undertake
negotiations for a mutually ac
ceptable settlement of the causes
ol tension between them."
He noted that the 1960 plank,
now reaffirmed, had also pledged
the COP to help solve the Aral)
refugee problem, seek to end
blockades and boycotts, urged
freedom of navigation in interna-
tional waterways, tailed for "ces-
sation of discrimination against
Americans on the basis of reli-
gious beliefs" and called for '"an
end to the wasteful and dangerous
aims race and to the threat of an
arms imbalance in the area "
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Continued from Page 1-A
tury, continued to do business
at their old sites.
"The Jewish businessmen just
happened to be there, and were
hi i efore the worst sufferers
.. a things suddenly got out of
hard Pridaj night," said Elmer
Lew's executive director oi the
lewish Community Council of
' 'hester, 'I he same sentiment
- expressed by Police Ini pe :tor
Han Sharpe, acting as spokesman
for the city police department.
Observers noted that, during the
rioting in the Joseph Avenue sec-
lion, the headquarters of CORK
and a mosque owned by the Black
Muslims, had been left intact.
while Jewish-owned stores flank-
Dg these tWO buildings were total-
ly destroyed, and the contents
looted.
"The .Jewish businessmen were
not the prime target because they
were Jews, and this outbreak
must not be interpreted as anti-
Semitlsm," Mr. Lewis declared.
"Primarily, the city faced a break-
down of law and order, but the
.lews were the principal suffer-
ers."
Mr. Lewis said there will be
a meeting of all major civic or-
ganizations in Rochester, in-
cluding representatives of the
Jewish Community Council as
well as leaders of the general
and Negro communities, to take
stock of the situation and to so;
"where we go from here."
Earlier In the week, the rioting
spread to another section of the
city where some of the businesses
;ire also owned by Jews. Alto-
ether. Inspector Sharpe said, bc-
tween "."> and 10U -tores had been
totally wrecked and looted. "The
amount ot monetary damage caus-
ed."" he said, "cannot be comput-
ed at this time. But we are sure
it involves large sums."
Author Dies in London
LONDON (JTAl Miss Prim-
rose Horn, a niece of the late.
(amour author, Israel Zangwill.
and a writer in her own right,
died here, aged 52.
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tAwfffrffcflMtaOT
Friday. Ju]y 3-
By: EDWARD COHEN
Veteran Newsman Eyes Our Peaceful City
A_ After m ore
^L ^ V than three de-
k I cades a> .1 new >
LaV \ I I PaP0rman- '-H'k
a. a II Kassewiti has
^^bI all his illusions
intact The Miami News' cruet
editorial writer sees the press Bl
the conscience of .1 i-ommun-
ity, nut only to mirror current
events bat to provide leadership
.n expressing opinion on what is
good and bad. Establishing
sound system of communications
is important toda) when mere
much misunderstanding ot
what each other means."
Kassewits. is proud of the role
played by Miami's communica-
tions media in the smooth tran-
sition here to an integrated com-
nity.
Responsible Journalism
The press, .ind television
and radio, used good judgment.
1 feel, in presenting the news
ell Is translating the com-
problem to the public. We
were aware that the responsible
rs of the white and N grc
nunit) wore in constant
. with each other and. of
rse, we were kept fully in-
big -was
I aying minor baci-
nts which could have
fuel. No. there was no under-
- .wth the Herald on this.
.- s stn ng sense of respon-
>ibU nd community
p on the part : both
spapers This is why
troubles in Atlanta are
vely minor, and in St.
and Ja< ksom ille w here
< rs shirked their
thej have been great."
\- .! member of the Quality
JACK KASSFWfTZ
objective reporting
Education Committee which
recommended to the School
Board methods ol hat-. Ilii school
int< in Dade County,
KassewiU points with pride to
this year's hearings on pupil as-
signment as a reflect. : good
judf neni ti communit} leader-
ship.
Personality Emerges
"There was not one appeal
from a Negro parent, demon-
strating, 1 believe, the fairness
with which our officials admin-
ister a law that many believe
was designed to evade it."
KassewiU is one of the new
breed who has discarded the
tradtional anonymity of the
Journalist to participate in pub-
lic affairs, and is a television
personality as well.
When 1 started out with a
Macon newspaper, and even be-
fore World War 1I with the Wash
ington Times-Herald, the news
paperman was a silent witness
The war correspondents became
personalities, and this affected
practically everyone else. But I
don't believe the working press
has changed its standards about
objective reporting.
"Thi> fuel about the unfair
press' which Golrlwatcr and
Eisenhower have burned is di-
rected mostly against the edi-
torial! of the Eastern newspap-
er- But that's nothing new
the press has always been the
whipping boy for people who
think their side i> not being told
- familiar figure
"It's not very rational tor
G krwater to be upset about the
different interpretations of ex-
tremhmV in his acceptance
-: echit's apparent his own
people didn't understand it.
either Besides, since so much
ol p. llti( al argument is based 01
semantics, the GOP 1- going to
be critical of all liberal news-
papers which are critical ol ex
tremists And, of course, the
ha> e been crying for
that 8'.i percent ot the press
is Republican so that leaves us
in the middlea good placi
a newspaper to be I guess
L'nlikely as it may sound to.
h up in metropoli-
tan centers, KassewiU' birth-
place. Fitzgerald, Ca served
the Jewish population of half of
South Georgia with a large syn-
agogue. He.was active in B'nai
B'ritli and ADL both in Georgia
and in Washington, and while he
has no formal synagogue affilia-
tion here, he is a familiar figure
lo most as a speaker and at ser-
vices "f congregations of all
shades
Bond Lacking
I have a feeling that the con-
gregationa are taking the adults
too much for panted, concen-
trating on the education of chil-
dren ?nd ignoring us except
when some one says. Let's have
a function and raise money." 1
recognize that synagogues are
big business today but. that be-
ing the case, they should make
every effort to create an attrac
live atmosphere as business does
for its customers
' ine thing is that liberaliza
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UCJflOUS
s<
ervices
BATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
ox. RabO Isaac Ever.
. p.i. jnlay 8:30 a.m.
"Th- t'>"- :li- i 'otiootasice."
}, Me eia iducted by Rab-
hir mi i i'ii "Portion of
ek."
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AT SHALOM CONGREOA-
. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox,
r Israel Kershner.
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EMES 2^33 SW 19th Ae.
ervative. Riobi Abraham S'.h-
DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
tive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
r William W. Lipson.
t i in. .- \- irday a.m.
-----0) -----
EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
Rnobi Solomon Schitf.
'
llis HAIeeLnJ ^^^ ^ty WlHS Top towd
From the American Jewish Committee
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TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
2?nrt Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
I
By Special Report
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
22 Ab 6:48 p.m.
i

GtrOfn? Rd. Ribhi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I'rliin i; p.m. Mnti'rilnj s:4" a.m. s- r-
iiii.n: "KMiniiiMM ami Jurialum -Two
Cnnflii-tini: f-hllinmphiex." Bur .\iitr.-
yah: I n 11 Alan. :-..n i.l Ah. anil Mrs.
Mai tin iMoff.
T?*iPAE ErM,NU-E.L ,71 whi"0- NEW YORK The Rev. Dr.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving .
Lahrman. cmtor Hirsh Adisr. Bemhard L. Olson, prominent
PYlflay i |,.ni Patuttla) .. m Protestant author, has just recciv-
- | ed one of the two 1964 National
TTO lV&u-J2tfVn&& "" "edia Bro-herh-d B*
Awards of the National Council of
temple judea. 320 Palermo Ave. \ Christians and Jews for his book,
Liber.,.Reform. Rabb, Morri. Kip- | ..Faj,h anf| prejud;Ce," published
by Yale University Press in 1963.
The other recipient of the
per
lYi.lav vi-, i.iii Trmpk-'x new aplr-
Itn.-il l.r..|. r. i:.,l l.i M,r \ Kl.....i.
uili i ..lulu, i KurvlccH.
ISRAEL. 711 aath St. Ortho- i TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Raebi Bere: Wain. Dr.. So. Miami Reform. Rabbi
Y
i pan. Bat irday : a.m. Set*-
|.- dfli'-"~! by tin- runsriRii
r>. v. bnlrHua leader IL-iiibi I;<-- i
'".'. i il- u( inifort."
Herbert Ba.imgnrd. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Award is Mathew Ahmann, editor
of "Race: Challenge to Religion"
(Henry Regnery Co.), a collection
of addresses from the First Inter-
temple ner TAMio soth st. and national Conference on Religion
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOO. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform
------ ------ Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
JACOB 301-311 Washington e-----
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor Stern. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
r Mauri:* Mamches. 120th St. Recorrstructionist. Rabbi __'
6 5 p.n snrurdaj *:" a m ,M ' :-t l* Involved" I ,et* 12,0 NE >5,l> A- Reform. Rabbi
___._ __~ ~~~ Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- ___.
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 951
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Flamingo Way. Conservative.
Ernest Steiner.
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi- i and Race, held in Chicago in De-
tional. Raboi Euaene Laboviti.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
comber. 1963.
KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Irn Traditonal. Rabbi Max
4ro. Ca-ito- Fred Bernatein.
* I.*. .-- rmon: "Mberl >
I B\i '. ::ii |. in. "Tlir
I -i |. m ".Iii-iii .
With M ration '
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase TEMPLE ZAMORA. 41 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Store
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
I-Vi.la> 8:|*i ii m I l111.11 mi, kI while
Itahbl KronlHh .- away, ItaliM Hr irk
FWher s.r.n.n "i|...,. Malmnn-
Idt-n s.i' i io:4 a.in
W'n lam I{> nl !ih in Inn in i |mr-
' ii.- all \ rluiini ,m,,i
139 NW 3rd Ave. r,,,,vi... i .,!.-. ,
Kneger, secre- tt
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM 387 YOUNG ISHall. 9?0 NE 171st St
NE H57th St. Conservative Rabbi Orthodox. Raobi Shewn Stauber.
Nathan h. Zwitman. Cantor Alex r"rlliij In p.m Satunln.i S:3n am
ander Cohen. Sermon "IVirtlnn f 111.- Week."
M O S H E CONGREGATION.
W. Owe Hwy. Conservative.
bi S mon Aq-,| Cantor Hyman
RAPHAEL
Drdox. Ra p-i
TFILAH M3 Euclid Ave Or-
x. Rabb Joseph E. Rackovsky
The citation from the NCCJ
call* Dr. Olson's book "a search-
ing analytical study of religious
prejudice among Protestant
Americans. The citation says
that the book makes "an inval-
uable contribution to every re-
ligious dialogue and a profitable
reading experience for both
scholars and the public at large
who have a sensitive concern
for sound group relations."
INC.
Setktts
T-8583
ten*
St
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1-*J"1
in
ice
tli**
:us
|TORAH IS4th St. and NE 11th
L Conserv it.ve Rabbi Max Lip-
Canto- B-n-Zion Kirschen-
[6 I'.m lay S:4a a.m. Mln-
r -n.
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1APHAEL 1WI NW 183rd St.
rvative. Ratibi Harold Richter.
Jack Le'ner.
---- ----
,ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
anservati,.- Rabbi David Ros-
% Canto- G-jrge Goldberg.
e
JDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
Brews A\r Reform. Rabbi
rd M. Leviton.
W ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
rthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
WOOD TiVPLE SINAI. 1201
n st. Conservative. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
aim.
AD JEWiSH CENTER. 8th
^4 rstea.1 Conservative. Can-
.IS AI05'
8 |. n.
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.ITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
naervativa Rabbi Shmaryahu
iisky. Cantor Louis Cohen
J'::i p.n Satunla.i 8:45 (I m
\- and Aarea "f
TH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
ox. Ran i David Lehrfield.
Abraham Seit.
----
BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
-ton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
im strass'e'd.
ilAIRES CONGREGATION.
Hid Rd. Modern Traditional.
---- ----
SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Raoi Pnineas Weber-
^EST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
ULervative Rabbi Zevi Green-
ID'C JEWISH CENTER. 645
Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
Earlier in the year. Dr. Olson
received a Saturday Review of
tifereth israel. 6500 n Miami Literature Anisfield-Wolf Prize for
Ave Conservative. Rahbi Hcnrv ..k-. :.u .- i r i ,
Werniek. Faith and Prejudice tor his
contribution to the field of m-
tergroup relations."
Dr, Frederick Lewis Jones, pres-
ident of the NCCJ, said, 'Fewer
'EURGEYDUT0 PETITION

PROTEST
SOVIET
ANTI-5^ITI5
OR. BCRNHAKD OIS0N f
The study reveals that there
is, definitely, prejudice in
church school teachings. Inter-
estingly enough, prejudice
against Catholics, harking back
to the Reformation, the Inquisi-
tion and heresy trials, and today
stemming from a fear of the mon-
olithic church structure and the
temporal activities of the church,
was found to be much more of a
preoccupation of the Protestant
mind than Jewish prejudice.
Negative attitudes toward Jews
awards have given our organiza- are largely centered around cer-
iton greater satisfaction.''
"Faith and Prejudice" is based
on research which Dr. Olson con-
ducted at the Yale Divinity School.
tain critical themes, such as the
crucifixion, and Jesus' relations
with the Pharisees. Dr. Olson be-
lieves that the basic problem in
II was suggested by the American tenns (,f ,nc, Jews ,s ,0, *******
I'rotestant educators and lay Sun-
day school teachers to the danger
of holding 20th Century Jews re-
sponsible for the acts of one par-
ticular group ot Jews in the time
of Jesus.
His findings reveal very little
udices of a religious, racial or eth- racial or ethnic prejudice. As a
nic nature, matter oi fact, many of the church
Dr. Olson's hook analyzes the M'h""'.'('"""s.i!re:,-!K,,'.,"'>,"v^,"1
curricula of four representative
Jewish Committee, which has en-
couraged similar Catholic and
Jewish self-studies. Dr. Olson's
work took seven years, during
which time he examined mure
than 120,000 church school lessons.
seeking implied or explicit pro.j-
fostering good intergroup rela-
tions The 1.literal and Presbyter-
ian curricula are more free of
UnUed.....Presbyterian PWWtee and more weighted to-
f.S A... conservative uunl ',,,M"vt interfaith and inter-
roup appreciation and under-
BostonPetition protesting Soviet anti-Semitism, initiated by
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation members at Boston area colleges,
has drawn 7,000 student and faculty signatures. Student off-
icers of campus religious groups at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology man a booth collecting signatures. Left to right
are Margaret Shork, of Sheridan, Wyo., Technology Catholic
Club; Irvin Asher, of Savannah, Ga., Hillel; Richard Lueth,
of Everett, Wash., United Christian Fellowship.
*Y" Campers To End Season
Three end-of-season camper, tainment media, such as the thea
___# I shows for parents next week will tre. motion pictures and tele-
adath veshurun. con-i bring to a close the summer day! vision.
ve 1025 NE 183rd St., Miar
camp program of the YM and! On Thursday evening. Aug. 6.
Protestant viewpoints: liberal
(Unitarian-Universalist), the neo-
orthodox
Church.
Lutheran ChurchMissouri Sy-
nod 1. and Fundamentalist (the I ft-w^ing than the coniervative and
publications of the Scripture
Press, which provides material for
Fundamentalist and
Churches).
Fundamentalist materials.
The NCCJ award includes an
Evangelical embossed scroll and gold medal-
lion enclosed in lucite.
WKAT-FM
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hundreds of boys and girls who different parts of the county. The |
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season have prepared presenta cal revnue entitled This Was the
lions at each of the three branch Summer That Was," which will re-1
locations. late the highlights of the entire '
The World of Fnterfainmenf 'all' season of Camp Shalom of
will be the theme of the campers ,ne Miami Beach "Y."
at Camp Ma-Ka Bee of the Miami On the same evening, the boys!
. Branch for the show to be pre and girls at Camp Noar of the
Ni.^a'ch^seeks^posltion^oM scnU>d Wednesday evening, Aug. North County Branch will offer
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWIHIN
Life With Mama and Papa in Their Fur Establishment
NOT
ip un
MAMA MADE MINKS
York: Doubled* y
By S*'i S*ndbr9
SJ.eS
U2
IVE BEEN TRYING to think where to put this book
a-1 \h only thing I can think of is dove. U there
really *s suei a category as -light suustr reading." and
I doc : know why there should be do people read dif-
-" mer" I suppose it was created to
hold books like Mama Made Minks MMM is a memoir,
unembelkshed it wculd seem, with fictional claptrap like
structure ian*. lage. or even humor
I better quote some of the jacket, became I'm not
gome to get tt-ar ar.y of tnat or. .; delirium m>
"Life with Mama and Papa in their thriving custom fur
riers estaol;- on upper Madison Avenue ua- a
happy hectic ur.prei.i.:abie affair, bursting with sardonic

All
R. '
'id "r
By MAX LERNER
Barry's Agony to Begin Now in Earnest
JOT ONLY IS -
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the other ha- :
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I bii :
-
7 -:- bavi ."- -.-_ Ml the
pre-- ..- it the Goldwater
i roMem
lid be i mistake to see it all as mam
puia- There is a force in eventi them-
--5. once they have been set in motion, which
As We Were Saying: By ROBCTT E. SEGAL
Bill Buckley's Law
UUILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.,
* eioquer.t and articulate sp
for the old youth division of
the American Right is critical of
.2 people risking their lire
Mississippi thi- summer to help
Negroes there in their fight for
itktn and the ballot.
Tne boys and girls who have
given up a summer'.- chance to
I or earn some money to further their own
careen and instead have chosen to face violence.
D death, in the South are too quixotic for Mr.
Buckley'] liking Long ago. he says, he learned
hat unle-s a warring party has reasonable hope
the fight should not be made. \V
ington'l soluiers at Valley Forge and many other
\rnerican colonials who took on the British against
it odd- might smile at that one
Not satisfied with pooh-poohing the heroic ef-
forts of a thousand idealists creating a new chap-
in the American profile of courage. Buckley
na written also that he ii happy with the num-
*-r of people who do not exercise their technical
igbl to vote Effort- should be made to bring
o the poll- only those politically mature. Buckley
-ay- adding: "And here is the dilemma of the
nti-Mississippians who find themselves bemoaning
..norance of the Negro population in Miasissip-
layins, that these ignorant people mu-t
made to vote But what would they vote for.
f they are not yet trained to vote deliberately?"
Beyond the point that Buckley ignore- the fact
that Mi-si-sippi's separate school- have been far
0 equal and beyond the point that those whom
Buckley cavalierly brand- at "anti-Mississippian-
have gone South to conduct Freedom Schools I--
question Buckley might do well to a-k him-elf
What are those who are trained to vole now de-
ir,.rately voting for in Mississippi?"
Buckle; beloved trained ones are voting for
Paul Jo.hn-.on who has advised white M.--
ippians a t to comply with the public accom-
tion of the new Federal Civil Rightl
but to appeal to eral court leelare
oral This is the same Tnhnaan who.
' the i niversit) of Mi--issippi was blocl
;.. enroUment of .lame- Meredith, iras bin
imt.
What
look at some of the M
i lawmal- pes
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I


men who set them in motion to ac
cept Goldwater had I
aga:- it rights 1 "Soul
:. .-..-. he pub
.... ...
empty pan
uidacy balf-meai nstitui
i for thi
-
rater is t man caught between the
pos. !elt he had to take, and th.
.... .....
but upon the natior. Himself i I
Brebreathing fanatic or racial big<-t '-. kn
" the far A bigots are bound to r
D I -.dard he has raisedhis position
that the Civil Rights Act :- unconstitutional and
that only a police state can enforce it This -
not only how the vociferous Southerner? feel, but
a potentially large segment of the "beckla
V nhern whites as well. Faced by the prospect of
a campaign whose legic is bound to stir up bit
terness in every' section Goldwater recoils from
it and moodily wonder- whether the stakes are
worth the risks
Scxanton and Lodge have rightly called Gold-
mtec "impulsive" and in the area of foreign pol-
deci.-io.n- thi- quality makes him dangerous.
Vet striking as this trait of his may be. there is
a related one which is more striking: the naive
quality which makes him take a position in all in-
tegrity, perhap- even reflectively over a period
of time, without thinking through its full mean-
ingan then ahriakiag irom the prospect it open-
A- a legislator. Goldwater take- stands beyond hi-
understandms: a- President he would set in mo-
0 more than he could handle. Alter that comes
'.evitable agony of conscience
It is this quality in him, of going beyond hi-
depth on issue after issue, which ha- frightened
ff the better part of the business leaders. The>
are men who have had to make big decision-, of-
nes, but they are disciplined to ask what
these decisions will bring in their train What
counts in statecraft is this searching quality of
mind, this feel for the consequences, which Lyn-
don John-on has notably and which Goldwater no
tably lacks In that sense the Republican liberal-
moderates are quite right in saying that Goldwur
i- the weakest possible candidate to run again>t j
man with Johnson's qualities
If the Goldwater forces should mount a cam-
paign (overtly or covertly) on the civil rights strug-
gle as the chief i-sue. they would find Lyndon
Johnson exactly the wrong man to mount it against
Johnson has broken many political rules and upset
many cliches, but the most important is the boar)
political adage that to drive through a major pro-
gram you must divide the nation and make bitter
enemies.
humor and zestful individualism
gem of wit. wisdom, and wily det-rn..
genuinely Unforgettable Character Nou
own family is fascinating, absolute
>ou have a mink-making mother it doe-
an edge But we all have a mostly tacit ...
is you plan to jazz up the old mem
with craftsmanship they ought te n
native state and not try to become a 1
As a matter of fact to be serious a-
nasty Sara Sandberg s Mama souac-
vital woman and the family incident., ar.
> and obviously strong pers-
book is jumpv and uneven, a mela: of 1
common to an> trad, and
Sandberg family history, good and bad
any real point That I |
thei point
have to r up
Sa- Mr- Crank I.
' Ii is a "man who has w.
stones .> produei
| -. nd thai
etter thai ok indici
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZiPRINi
Cynicism Keynoted
A LOCAL NEWSPAPER
^ c:t> : my domic i
Dvariahl) -upported the
vjn Party remarked
ha: with -ome editing I
lote addre.-s delivered
".OP convention in San FranCB
,-ould be made to suit a Dc.t-
cratic convention.
It is true that orig.
DJOl a commodity that comes cheapl.v
would hae hoped that a political convention -
1964 would somehow reverberate with .
have a closer kinship with this than the n.
century One would also have expected thai
m d-eentorj electorate would be treated
politician> a- a mature segment of our par
I the convention wa- wholly devoid
lecture! effort, or originality and of danr
Platitudes reigned >upreme and banality
n millions to whom the ap|
ted lerved no better tx
better
ism : .hemi-tr> of I
ins, bu' blatant d I of the
Capacity of the voter will surely some day
plague them And in saying this. I do -
close the Democratic Party, for it i- .
that the Democratic convention too will ic H
1 by a paucity of ideas and by an nil sal
designed for the unthinking and unimagir..
And I'll- is a pity America in this
ha- become a literate country. But on< (
not believe it listening to the politician- :t>::-: "
out the palaver a- if it were manna from <:
The American people are losing inter, -t in tne
political parties not because they have
in our democratic society but because th<
ly offer no choice to the electorate A
roof that holds dispartae and mutually exclusin
elements is a travesty The line of d<
between the two panics is so thin that it undi-
cernible. except perhap- to the trained par:
1KB
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if
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Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
No Love Between Rabbis and Social Workers
i
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A
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V
.<
IT IS NO secret that there is not mud
much love lost between rabbi- an>
Jewish social worker- Some rabbis ar
of the opinion that a good many of th<
Jewish professional- have little or n
Jewish knowledge. On the other hanr"
practitioner- in the field of social
ea>e worker-, psychiatric case work
mantial counselors child guidance
i r> often blame
' their client- o
ted to have told a pares! that if hi- en
itic rym-
. l| near
' lewish social

m the belief that the
conflicted ial work.
been bV ease in New are
i than 1.000 rabbis holdir The Ne* York
n of Jewi-h 1'hilanthropie.-. in cooperation with
-everal experiments aimed at bnngu ^"-' I
understanding between the rabbi- an.i th. "fl
fessional The Federation's Commission on .--'s'f'l
Relations, directed by Rabbi Isaac N Trait "
conductim: seminars with a view toward h- "' j
ial woiker- who have a paucity of '' ""*
background to appreciate Jewish history ,:"n 1
Similar seminars have been conducted for ul
Kring the rabbi a workable knowl< ""'iavl
H rk agencies, their rationale and the i ^l
the Jewish eomniunity Thv- ha- been '"m
nition of thi I l the rabl i "U'.M
>rker d witb human bi i i-'i
i Individi
a!
national conl .r
workei :'h
bopes. establish tl I
M
i --."ii. and (<.r u-heriti- Mm
nd mutual respi et In the -
th-1 picture that many r
l- one that i-
..... Th-.J ,. ,|,


1964
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JUDICiAL CIRCUIT
[FOR DADE COUNTY.
>A. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7672
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fiiii.t.ir corica imi
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DTICE OF SUIT
EN i-llll.t.il- CllRICA
I------- CORICA, his
married
|l>. a Ptreel
|t..t. Connecticut
ereb) i .tifled that the
knt'd action has been In-
Hum y,,u in the Circuit
Judicial Circuit of nor-
.or Dad* County to foro-
Mtage upon th,. following
ui property:
ck 47 First Addition to
acoordlng to tli* I'lnt
oi.i.-.i in Plat ito..k k.i
of the Public Rfcords
County, Florida,
-vtiutreil to file ynur an-
aintilft. complaint with
tlie aforesaid Court, and
V th-reof muni plaintiff's
UiTIN FINE, 14th Floor,
il r."ilii'nn. Miami :::".
later than August St,
free Pro Confesso will be
In-, you.
Iiilv 1" l'M',4.
LBATHBRMW
the Circuit Court
P COPBUAND
Demity t'lerk
P
pad- r ral Bide.
in ni.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63828-A
IN RB: Bstnte l
.MICH A 111. COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci.d.....- imi All P< rsons May-
ins Claims or Demands Against Saul
i:-.., i.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to prevent an] i sit and de-
mands wlii'h von nun have attains!
the Mtstt of MICHAEL, COHBN
deceased lit- of I ad.- County, Flor-
ida, t.. the Count) Judges of Dade
County, .iinl file the ssmi In duplicate
11ni as I'll" id. I in Ki '.".. 7".:: l(,
Fltn Ida Statuti -. In their offices in
; i i '..'iiii v '.....'(house in Dade Coun-
tj Florida, within sl> r months
front the ii.n. 'i tin flrsl publication
hereof, the sh bai red
Hated al Miami, Floi la, tin- 25th
\.i\ oi June, a 11. i'"'.i
FRANi I s i iHKN
MERVI.E A KAMI II..-'
Mi IRTIMKR s i'. IHEN
As Kxe<
F i -t publli .it I. i. this noi on
the 10th da> .t July, IM.
Mortimer cohkn
\n at) ioi- ii'-' ntors
13 Anode) BulltllnH IO-17-II-SI
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH?
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6618
I'NITKD ST VI F.S SAVINC.S BANK
(IF NEWARK, N I .
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I Ma It
\ -
FINM 1 i' \ -
in I:.. ii
I.....idant,
NOTICE OF SUIT
'I'i i Ml ... I Ann I ...|.. / Rotll
an.i i. ii- IttKli'isuex, het husbaiul,
Ri -i i. ni CNKNi >\\ X.
and it remit led, tin Ir unknow n
-|...ii>.-. If IIvIiik and it dead, the un-
known heirs, devisees, a^-i--;ii. -
urantf.-s. legatees, llenors, ..
trustees "' other claimants, elalmliiK
by, thrtiuah, under i1^ against the
above named defendants who may be
dei eased
You are hereby notified thai the
above captloncd action ha- been In-
stituted a:.11. t > "U in t he *
Court of tn. Judicial Circuit of 1 ioi -
Ida I. and for i >ADE fount) t" fore-
close a mortxaee upt>n the following
bed i.i! propt it i
l...t BltK < I Cl'TLBR RIDlJE,
. 11. i I' 'N THREE........litiK to the
l'la. thei..!. i. corded In I'lal Book
:,: at I'apt -: ol tht Public Records
,,. i i.,.i. i'.. mt) Florida, :.'- thei
with Aluminum Venetian Blinds and
folding 'I'"-
You are required to flic yotir an-
swer in plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorne) MARTIN FINK, llth Floor,
Dads Federal Building, Miami 12,
Florida not later than August 26, 1964,
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you.
DATB1 >: .lui% 20, 1964.
!: B. L.EATHERMAN
ci. k of the "ircull Court
(seal) Bj : C. P. ci.i-ki.anl>
l leput) ci' rk
MARTIN FINE
Atioi ne) for Plaintiff
llth I'l..... Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
7 M-M, S 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C= THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7964
IOROE V'AZQI BZ,
Plaintiff,
\ .-
I'ACI.A ll.ldll.l/.A v vzgci /
Defenilanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: I'M l.a ii.i.i:i.i/.\ \ a/...'
i 'ulli I N" C-'l -ni.- I' \ ) 17
Mi. i.in.i i
i i.i all.i. i 'ul.a
Yi >!' \RE HKHEIA notil
a t'timplaint foi l> ore,
DREWS .i. ...... .1 late of Dade Coun- iit.-.I agaiasl you and )
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of required to.....
I'll. Coui and the same in swvr ,,, ,1,,. I'omplail..... II" I'
duplicate and ..- provided m Section | t|ff attorney, I.KSTF.lt !: :i:.-
Horlda Statutes, in their of- n|..... -.j \ \\ It Stret
.. in i he Count) Courthouse In Miami, V .ork
Dmlt County, I lorida, within -i\ cal- ,,, ,i,. Answ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 63813 A
IN RK: Kstate of
ciiAlll.lls IV. ANDREWS
1 lereused.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstate:
Y..U at In "-i.> notified and re-
quired to present an) clnimn and de-
mands which )ou ma) ha\e against
| matt oi HAiii.Ks \\ A n-
miai months from the lime of the
iblli aiion ...... thi -.I-..
,\ !1 I., l-.i' -i
i Mel k of ili. Kiev i-nth Judl Cli
nd foi l in
rfore the 2i
I inteil at Mil n .. Floi Ida, thin H th ,,, ,,.
! Jul). \.D i'i
AN'tiKI. ANl.|:i:v. S
\ \ Miin
First pill n : this II
the 17.1. .. I II) 1964
SIMi IN, II \VS Alt'-.:. I fur I
301 Ainslc)
7 i .
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11 \ti:i :i ..th i.i
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MARill'I'.RI

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORiDA IN PROBATE
No. 63718-B
IN RK: llsi..:. oi
.11 1. US \' s VPKRHTE1N
I......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'redtlors and All Pt rson Hav-
ing Claims ti Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..H by notified and re-
quii -ii in i". ni an) claims and de-
NOTICE UNDER
FCTITlOUS NAME LAW
Niii'iiii is 111 :i: i: i % i '. s that
th- until i signed, desiring
in busini s under thi ...
of tlRi IVK HAY \ II .AtJ
t'.ROVK BAY \'ll. I.M.I AFAR
MKN'I'S at ntimhel 2.'i^r, Soul lla
I ii in he i Ml) of M imi Flor-
ida Intends ." .. gistel II Hues
with the Clerk of the Clri
ot I lade i *ount) Florida
Dated al Mi.no. Morlda. this lltlt
l.,v of July. 1964
I'.l KT.'N I nOI.IMUCRll
Si-t iNI lER AND I'd.' i.M
i'.v I'llll.ll' BIXHI.M
liiands v- h'leh ). u ha> e aga Inst tin
estate of .ui.ii's \ SAI'ERSTKIN Attorne) foi Applicant
.1 late ol Bade County, Florida, inoi N i: I2."th Sti
to the Count) fudges of Dad. County, North Miami. Florl
and file tin in dui.....i .....I as
provided In Section "33.16, Florida -----------
Statutes. In Iheli offices in, the loun- THE COUNTY JL'DGES COURT
> Courthouse n. I 'ad. "i.i. v. ;!'.- |N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
Ida, within i-i\ calendar months fr
the lime of the flrsl publication hete-
..f. i.r In- .-.i nil w ill be I'.iri ed
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7th
day of July, a d 1964
slliKl.i:\ SAI'KRSTEIN
As Kxecutrix
First publication ol thi- noil
the loth day of Jul} 1941.
. SIDNEY M 114 'I '/IN
Attorney foi Kxecutrix
Suit Brlckell vve
.Miami. Fl >rida S3I3I
7 10-17-21-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63303C
IN RE: Estate of
ANNA PORTMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Slid
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired t" present any claims and de-
mands which yu have against the
estate of anna PORTMAN deceased
late of l>iide County. Florida, to the
County Judge* "f Dade County, and
file ti.,- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 718.16, Florida stat-
utes, in their oll'ices in the Co.n.v
. 'ouri house in Dade County. Florida.
Within six calendar months from the
thin- of the flrsl publication hereof,
or ih' same ^'ii be barred.
Dated ..t Miami, Florida, this Mh
daj ..f July, \ D. 1964
IAI .: TI'l'LER
K1..-1: ISRBENIlBRa
\ K\,. u1
i lice on
the loth da) ol Jul). .
i IBRS'Ht N s Mil.i.r.r.
Mtorney I
t;.. Lincoln R.ia.1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63761
IN' RE: Estate of
SAMI'KI. F. Kill I.
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
rlkvlng claim- or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You a... hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mas have against
the estate of SAMI'KI. FtHIEL
deceased late of Dade County,
I-lorida. to the Count) Judges of
Dade County, and file the -am- In
duplicate ami a- provided In Rectum
783.16, Florida Statues, In their of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse in
Dadi County, Florida, within six i ii
indar months from the time of the
ti. >i publication hereof, or th- same
will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this lUth
da) -I Julj A l>. li"il
AINSI.KK It. FERD1E
As Executor
Flrsl publication of this not I.....n
th,. 17th i\n\ of July. 1964.
AINSI.KK R. FBRDIE
Attorne; for Executor
Suit- j.-'. -'.I- s \v. LeJeune Rd,
Coral Gables, Fla.
7/17-24-81, I 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63606- B
IN RE: Estate of
FLORENCE K llll.l.Kt:
1 leceast >i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63582-B
la RE Estati
Ki.si-: MBDNICK,
Dei asi d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T i All Cr. dilo. and All Pi :. llav-
n ing claim, i.i ii,..I,amis Against -
I State.
Y..i. .... hi eli) notified and rt -
o.iir.d to present ii... claims and de-
mands which you uia> 1... against
I the estate of ROSE MBDNICK d<
ceased late "i Dnde Countjt. rMor.da.
,.. the Count) Judges of I hole Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Rectlon 78IL16,
FlorhlA Statutes, In tht In
the Conni\ Courthouse in Dade C
t\. Florida, within six calendar
month, from the tin.....f the :
publication he.....f. or tba same will
Ih- haired.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I3th
To All editor- and All Persons Hav- day of July A.D. 1984.
Ing claim, o. Demands Against Sa.d frriA'IA WKIRS
K"','.;;'ar, here!., notified and re- pbllca,ion^fUtlS! notic,
quired t......senl ;...> claims and de- ,)u |i;ih |)j|% i|f ,||h ,.;,
mands which you may have against BYRON i Rl'ARRER
the estal..... Florence B. Hlller de- Attorne) for Executors
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY CASE No. 64C 7602
MARIA T HiiNZAMlZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I'.l UtKK'I'i 1 t;. .N7.AIJ-1Z
I lef-ndant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERTO (lONZAUKZ,
San .lose, Costa Hi. a.
C.-ntral America
YOU, ROBERTO OONZALBZ, San
.lose, Costa Rica, are required to file
your answer to the complaint for di-
vorce. With the Clerk of the above
captloned Court, and .--rye a copy
thereof upon Olno P. Negrettl, At-
torney at l.aw. 910 Congress Building.
Miami :-'. Fla on or before the I2tn
day of August, 1964 or elsi complaint
will be taken as confessed.
Dated Jul) 8, IM4.
i: b U5ATHBRM N
Clerk of :h 'Mrcull Court
(seal) i-> i C. i' .I...I late of t'ade County, HorUla, i-.,, i.jncoln Road
to the Count) Judges ol Dade County, Miami Beach, rlorlda
and file the same In .In..I.cate and as
i.r..\ ided In Si i s i -1 ; l: 16, l lorida
s'tatut-s. in ihelr offices in tht Coun-
ts Courthouse i.. Dad County, Flor-
ida, within six ralendai months from
the time of ti- flrsl publication here-
of. or th- sain.- will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, th .- 2.'.th
da) ol June, A 11 lin.i
Rl UtERT E. tlll.LF.R
As Exet utor
Flrsl publication of this
the 10th .lav of July, 1964
-HI.US II ERSTLINti
Att<- ne) >r Exi
: i.lo Red Rou i. South Miami, Pin
7 :-!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63762-A
IN RE: Estal....."
Til.I.IK FRANKED,
1 .eee.i St li
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ": I '..amis Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L*W
v. 'TICK is HEREBY UTVEN 11 I
the undersigned, desiring t gage it
business under Ihe fictitiieis nnmi
I RATERNITV JEWELRY al 1186
South Dixie Hlghwa)
Florida i..i.....l to '.!:.-'. I name
n ith the Clerk nf the CV
l ladt 'ounty, Floi id i
I.i:.i KCHRRKER
DORl IT i I Y sen ,
As i ''- Part -
STERN, HI'TNER -\ BAXTER
7 10-17-24-81 hit i WIIII im-A Stern 11
Attorne) s for t ht net .-
7 :
quired to pre* ..i any claims and de-I Estate:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N -i. 63646 B
IN RB: Estate of
SARAH sil.l'.lliMAN
Deceast l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi r- Hiv-
ing Claims or lvinand- Ag ilnst Sail
mands which vou mat have against
the estate oi TII.1,111 FRANKED,
deceased late "f 1 *ade Count v. hMor-
Ida. P. the County Judges of Dade
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mii> havi against
the -state of SARAH SI 1.1'! lltMAN
County, and fil- the sane in duplicate 'deceased late uf Dade County, Flor-
an.l as provided in Section 7:;::.IK. ida. to thi County Judges uf Dade
Florida Statute.-, in their offices in
ihe Count) Courthouse in Had- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from tht' time of the first publication
heri-i, or Ih.- sum, will be haired.
Ihtted at Miami. Florida, this lith
day of .iniv \ i 1964.
DAVID I KANKi'l.
MARVIN BERNARD FRANKEL
ANITA Ml KIKI. KKS-'h.l.
As K\. and Executrix
,.t Estate t Tilli, I i.nikel
MYERS, HEIMAN .\ KM LAN
I :> Louis He in in
I A i \
I Hi \\ I ..-. .(
Miami i
County, and .ii, the same in duplicate
ami as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In thali offices In
the Count) Courthouse In l*atte Coun-
ty. Florida, vv ithiu ?-i.\ calendar months
from the tim. of the fi ..ti...i
Ihereof, or the wtme vvi., be barred.
I Sated at Miami ,Fl"l Id I this 7th
.lav ..I lulv. A.I' 1964
Itt'KKN SII.BKRM \N
Al FRED RTBIN
t- is... itors
riral publl notlci on
h dav of .lulv
SIMON li \t .- .v i ili' v : .
Attorne) I I
v i llns
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Jews to Help
In Celebration
TEHERAN JT* W
- :.i- been invited by the
Iru | irtidpate in the
f rtfe rr.;ng celebrat. o!
-ary of 'he
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Kasnfi, a member of the Iranian
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:ed to Dr Henr;. Rap*.'
New York psychiatric and Tal-
:.c scholar, who received
the Ministry of the Shan -
Court The Stub's hope that Jew
ry would play a role in the cele
bratjon was relayed to world Jew
r;. through Dr Gold
Cyrus the Great, who conquered
the Babylonians in the year 539
below the Christian era had im-
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\ *---<-.- taken by Babylon from the
First Temple, and permitted the
Jew- to return to Palestine
removed '- B ffiea referer
the Council for Middi* y
trade which has cantacti J
the Arab countries Isrj^i
been refused mer-ibe-ship a
Council.
the
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~Jewiili Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. July 31, 1964
Section B
RONIT R1NAT HERE FOR BEAUTY CONTEST
Miss Israel Wants to be an MD
"Shalom." said this year's Miss
Israel. Ronit Rinat, a tall, sloe-
eyed beauty who is planning to j
be a doctor.
The 18 year old is a fifth gen-
eration gabra and graduated from i
high school in Haifa just before j
coming to Miami Beach with her
parents for the Miss Universe
contest.
She was honored at a breakfa-t
Sunday in the Shelborne Hotel co-
sponsored by the Zionist Council
of South Florida, of which Gerald
Schwartz is president, and the Is-
rael government Tourist Office.
Poised and charming as she
answers questions and signs auto-
graphs, the young beauty affects a
minimum ol makeuplight pink
lipstick and a touch of eye-shadow
to highlight her blue-green eyes
The beige eyelet-embroidered
linen frock with nuge orown but-
tons called attention to the lovely
curves of her body, but did noth
ing to exaggerate them, and she
wore her light orown nair piled
on her small, aristocratic head.
Her chaperone, Mrs Olive Hill,
pointed out that much of her ex-
quisite wardrobe Ronit made her-
self; while some was bought in the
large stores and some was de-
clined especially for her. A two-
piece Bikini in bright blue with ap-
pliqued [lowers of the same mat-
erial topped with a matching jack-
et and scarf was designed for Mis>
Israel by the Grot ex Manufactur-
ing Go.
When the week's competition
has ended here. Miss Rinat will
go to California for Israel Bonds.
She'll remain there until October
and then return to Israel where
she has a year and a half to serve
in the army before attending
Hadassahllebrcw University Med-
ical School.
In her precise English, Ronit
aid 'I have no feeling of strange-
ness in Miami Beach. The lovelj
homes with gardens and the im-
posing hotels remind me verj
much of my native land, except
that here there are BO many, many
mure of them."
Another similarity is in social
customs. Ronit's 13-year-old
brother observed his Bar Mitzvah
early th;- summer, and the reli-
gious observance was followed by
a party lor 500 people.F. L

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MISS ISRAEL, RONIT RINAT
bv
kept secret of the year
surprise dinner party plan
by Mai Knglander lor the
thday of his lovely Sophia
Guest of honor lured to the
St Plagler Kennel Club on
'.2. thought she was attend
.i anniversary celebration
friends Although she had
the afternoon in the swim-
I. pool, while her best friends
N having themselves coiffed
[btauty salons, Sophia appear-
attractive in a green, char
and royal silk shantung
L'k and her own hair-styling .
n.i -io guests were seated nl
li tables, lavish with floral
Eorations, with an Individual
thday cake for each table .
sumptuous meal completed the
rangements, and Sophia was so
iched she had to admit her
sband's thoughtfulness had
liped her over the milestone
Ithday which she had been se-
etly dreading Another
feasant surprise, a telegram
^m two oldest daughter-. Nicki
Donna, working at the New
ik Fair .
third daughter, Patti. at Girl
out Camp in Sebring. and two
pngest, Tobi and Maria, enter-
Ig houseguest Medda Gudel-
of Silver Springs, Md. .
lich in evidence at the festivi-
Sophia's four brothers and
lr wives ... All sharing the
name of TendrichHelen
Izzy, Edyth and Sam, Ruth
Dr. Max. Elayne and Moie
The Englanders are getting
Per
n I
j ft -
iABEL GROVE
icratlc Convention to which
So| >hia is a di leg; te.
mm
si\ week vacation in Europe
all too short for Judge and Mrs.
Albert iRuthi Duooin Com
pensating tor her return. Ruth
having all the fun of -hopping
the college departments with
youngest daughter Robin, who
has transferred to the University
of Miami .
An August holiday in Jamaica
for the Bernard Suttas. of Coral
Gables For her parents. Mr
and Mrs William Friedman,
also ol the Gables. Miami Beach's
ideal vacation land, so they're
summering at the Maxine Hotel
. For the young Suttas. 9 year-
old Sandra is having her first
taste of camp life at Blue Star
in Hendersonville. joining broth
er Elliott IS, of Gables Hi .
A veteran camper, he's serving
as pre-counselor.
Celebrating their silver wed-
ding anniversary, Miamians Mr
and Mrs. Ben Clein indulging
themselves with a seven day
cruise to San Juan. Puerto Rico,
and the Virgin Isles Days
drifting pleasantly by with swim-
ming, shopping and sightseeing
during the daylight hours, night
clubs and dancing reserved for
the romantic nights.

Concentrated sightseeing on
the motor trip north taken by
the Sheins. Mollie and Maury.
Continued on Pag* '
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Friday, July 31
m
Young l-'..zzzz'r.. Werner, of Surfside end Mi-
:rr.: 3e~:r. zze ahowD ct a luncheon at the
:.~e:.:~r.- to plan for a new chapter.
See la right ere Mrs. Irvine Spear.
':= 1 Zcl:s. hostess Mrs. Jerry Sch-
ooler S:r:. re Mrs. Zv; Weinstem, Mrs.
red Stone, coordinator.

at
s,

Mrs. Sidney L. Schoen at the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
Wing of the Tel Hashomer Hospital in Israel.
THE LERNERS
Catering for All Occasions
Established in 1945
AMtft)CAN /
DINING
PARKING MIAMI
FACILITIES BEAC
Famous
671 WASHINGTON AVE.
JEI-3U7
J^esfauranl
D1XXEBS SERVED IftAII.Y
4 P M. to 10 P M.
4
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
Mrs. Peter Goldnng and Mrs. Morris Bicky.
Mizrachi Women's projects for children :n
Israel were discussed, and completion of a
charter membership list was announced
r. icrmal meeting of the now chapter sched-
uled soon.
Mrs. Schcen
Back From
Trip to Israel
Mr- Sydney I. Scboen, T.i NW
7">th St.. who recently returned
from an American Jewish Con
gress tour to Israel. Italy, Suit/
crland an.i Prance, -till sorting
out her impressions, especial!) "i
Israel.
Active in main or.:.::
he re. She took the tune t'
ninny installations subsidized b)
local gr s she could A past
pi esident ol J< t isfa War Veti r
North shore Post 677 Auxili
Mrs Schoen used her limited tree
time to visit the Tel Hashomei
Hospital, where a surgery win.
dedicated last April by the
national organization
Mrs. Schoen was impressed by
the Hada-sah Medical Center She
;- ;. member of the I R. Goodman
Group ot Iladassah She also en
loved the Margaret Waterman
Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusalem,
an AJC project.
She also visited school- and m
ititutions supported by ORT and
Technion
A particular satisfaction to Mrs.
Schoen was plantmu five tree- in
the IJalfour Forest personally, a
Jewish National Fund project.'
On the lighter side. Mrs. Schoen
will alv, ays remember swimming
in the Red Sea, the Mediterranean
an.I even bathing in the Dead
Sea
Also while m Israel. Mrs s< hoen
\ isited urb cousin- in I1
in Kibbutz Ramut Hakovesh.
True Sisters
Observe "Day1
Trio- Sisters Daj celebrated an-
nually by membi n of eveo
branch ol the organization, will
be observed tail year on Aug .s
Miami 43. (JOTS, will mark the
occasion with a luncheon and card
party Wednesday noon at the Se
\ille Hotel
Mrs Morn- Weinberg, presi-
dent of the local group. Invites
the community to participate in
the national observance Chair-
man of the day is Mr- Eve Bar-
chan. vice president.
Founded in 1H64. I OTS is one
of the largest and oldest women's
service organizations in the Unit-
ed state- with lodges all over the
country
Major philanthropy i- national
cancer service Members ol
Miami -13 do volunteer work in
the children's tumor clinic of Var-
iety Hospital Reci nt.> they pre
-. nted with the help ot the
Dan. ei Fund, ->
10 X ray the I I
ital
Medical Center
Summer Party
.. summei :
the Greater M '.
can Mi
Tui
\ '
will
i- ; pal

ai ea
Cha rmen are Mi Frei la -
erman Mrs Schoenfeld
Mrs Joe Holober
Harmony loJrse Speaker
Local businessman Chuck Stew-
art will be guest speaker at a
I: Lodge,
l. : lh, on Moi I p.m., .it th-'
. sy ii. I! of Betl 'I rah G i
'. -n ; i-
presidenl ol the l idgc .-tew art
belon ,s t the North Miami Beach
i .. (masters Club, of which M<
Daum is president
Rabbi to be honored
Rabbi and Mrs H
nick will be guests
traditional Friday n..
precedii \ aervicei
ereth on tag 31 T
jUSt returned from I--
P.abbi Werniek purcl
the Temple
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Specialty of the House
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Phone- NE 3 9496
KING
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DINNER SUPPER
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500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
ART BRUNS. Co-Owner
Dov Chapter Party
Kosher hamburgers
hitters "ill be served
;.ter. Mizrachi \\
becue luncheon and card
Sunda) noon at th-- home "f v.1
and Mrs. J Kleinmar y%\ j.1
\\e Proceeds .'mini
ed f<>r children in I-r... arc,
I group presid.....
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KOSHER PARVE
PRODUCT OF COLGATE PALMOLIVE
It's mechayehdigfi!'
Chef Boy- Kr-Dee C
u-cJ the Italian superl
"buoni-s im i". to desc
flavor of h; Marinara S ;
but decided that "mecfi
dipe'* would maV.e >oj >
grier for a Uiic of it.
CHEF B0Y-AR-DEE'
Marinara Sauce
It's an a!! purpose snucr far
turning ordinary dishes in' -1
feast of real Italian fla\cr-
for fish, stews, omelet,
shetti, rice and macaroni
dishes. Rich puree of tomato,
olive oil, onions and herb,
slowly simmered for perl
taste. Keep plenty on hand.
Jflarinar*
Welcome
Wagon
Remembers
Special Family
Occasions
Carrying on our comnuin:t\'S'
traditional hospitality.
Welcome Wagon Calls*
are made when your
family celebrates
sixteenth birthday.
announces an
engagement or
the birth of
a new baby,
or moves
to a new
home.
WELCOME WAGON
HI 8-4994


July
11, 1964
fJenisti fhridttair)
Page 3-B
cialit

by t^tsabel C^f
u
Continued from Page 1-B
Lung mitt : la and Ed Prag-
In spite of all they had
j-d. they were quite unprepar-
forthe major changes wrought
ftiie tremendous building pro
ln in Hem Yrk City And
Mardi Gras atmosphere on
lea Square any night after
ftre Following a look at
Fair, the party headed for
New England States and en-
ed the contrast of picturesque
rtha's Vinej :ird. Cape Cod,
tincetown, Rockport and Bos-
. Or. the return leg of
:"ip. Washington, DC, came
fo ts share of visits to na-
|al buildings and shrines,
ling the ji p somewhat limp
with many memories to he
Yx-M out bi enjoyed again, at
|r h isure

he Sam tlins are home
,i we< with friends at
Diplom Hallandale .
[>: ., trans it intie trip with a
. land, Bessie and
(R. \V A--e are finding 60-
Jt( v. e there in the
Irnings ral cold Hom
i-r, not bam wing their en-
rment one b
.
\ er two years in Japan. Bet
lou Rosen. J225 SW 39th St .
fwildered to tind many things
\rv now seen: strange to her
. A Miami High and Florida
;.t' grad, Bettylotl served as a
bri-rian for the Air Force
Ehools first in northern Japan
pd then ju-- i Utside Tokyo .
toured a!i of the country and
und herselt tamiliar with ex-
pc cities like Hong Kong. Bang
Ic. Singapore. Manila and Tai-
. She particularly misses
many Japanese friends she
Rde during her stay and wor-
t! at u iT.out a chance to
ICtice, she may lose her
ency with their language .
the return jet trip, Bettylotl
pr.t a week of her teachers
\e in Hawaii, another in Chi-
go, where she visited with
ary longtime friends .
[lighter of Harry L. Rosen,
.till enough of a loyal
imian to declare that nowhere
has beer, can compare.
father-wise, with Florida's sun
clime.
[slight hitch in the vacation
ans of the Charles Charkow-
vs when he landed in the hos-
jtal instead of "on the road"
. Home now and well enough
have visitor?, he and Viola
lying all the fun of planning a
le summer holiday .
iDr. and Mrs. Elliott Cohen
ick in town after a six-week
Bourn that began with a med-
al convention in Canada and
bntuuied with a stopover in
lew York Also visited Jud-
B*l sister, the former Rita
jeiss, of Miami.
* < *
[Ten years of marriage for
liona and Marvin Guberman
ad birthday time for the house-
old princesses, Shelly 9, Tracy
and Wendy 3. marked with a
lily dinner party at the Fa-
Oua Restaurant ... In town
r th. happy occasion, Mr. and
Irs. Louis Guberman, of Wil-
lingti n, Del Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
pg Roaenstein, of Rutherford,
Lovely 22-year-old Sue Kauf-
man, a Miami secretary, has
been named recipient of the
annual Multiple Sclerosis
Hope Chest Award for her
outstanding volunteer service
to the Southeast Chapter of
the National MS Society. Sue
works one evening each
week for the chapter, either
visiting patients or in the or-
ganization's local office. The
attractive graduate of Miami
Senior High also started a
traveling glamor shoppe for
homebound patients, giving
hair washes, sett,, and mani-
cures.
N.J., and Mrs. Mamie Green-
berg. Rhona's grandmother,
making it four generations cele-
brating four anniversaries .
Celia and Eli Crespi observed
their decade of married bliss
with a dinner party at King Ar-
thur's Court ... Eli also preen-
ing himself on the sales record
made by his two Renault com-
panies in Juneboth up there
with the country's top 25 deal-
ers.
Cocktails in their Sea Coast
apartment followed by a gala
dinner in the Mona Lisa Room
of the Eden Roc for guests Of
Rose and Sidney Weinstock com-
memorating their jade (35th)
wedding anniversary several Sat-
urdays ago Among the 35 well-
wishers, daughters Sandy Wein-
stock and Susan Sherma with
husband Mickey The next
day. Sidney flew off to Chicago
and his duties as veep of Bar-
ton's Distilling Co. To make
f rove
the frequent commuting between
the Windy City and the Gold
Coast as palatable as possible,
the couple maintain two apart-
ments, one there and one here
. Both new and both recently-
redecorated, they refer to them
aa His 'n Hers.
* *
Pattie Weston returned from
a weekend in St. Petersburg,
where she visited with her fiance,
Donald Kramer Now in elec-
tronics, he's with the Minneap-
olis Honeywell Corp. there .
Couple plans to be married
in June. 1965 With Patti,
her sister Meryl, and their par-
ents. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A.
Weston, 1450 Cleveland Rd..
on a visit to the New York
World's Fair During the two-
week holiday, they'll be house-
guests of relatives Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Paul, in Rosy In Heights.
* i
Just back from a visit to her
home town. Schenectady, N.Y.,
Marion Gould alighting here
only for a moment She and
brother Sol traveling north
again, to jet from New York on
Aug. 5 for a month long jaunt on
the Continent Returning to
this country, but not to Florida,
they'll spend another month in
Hot Springs, so it will be Octo-
ber before the Beachites are on
home ground again.
* *
Former Miamian Dr Joseph
Warshaw has just completed his
residency at Duke University
Hospital and will be associated
with the National Institute of
Health for the next two years
. Since the government agency-
is based in Baltimore, Md., that's
where the Warshaws will live .
In addition to wife Cynthia,
there's Laura Anne 2. and De-
borah, born May 21 Dr.
Warshaw, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip R. Warshaw. was born
here and received his early edu-
cation in Miami schools .
Romantic article on Norway,
Finland and the other Scandi-
navian countries gave a sudden,
ready-made answer to Vera and
Norman Frisch's question,
where to go this year'' Spur
of the moment decision translat-
ed into action; and soon they
were in New York boarding the
liner which will be their float-
ing home for six weeks while
they make all those pretty pic-
tures of the north countries
come to life themselves.
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I
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Dubowy point to Me Ami on the map
of Israel, where they have established a Nachlah in their name.
Miami Beach Couple Establish JNF
Nachlah in Their Name at Me Ami
Mr, and Mrs. Hyman Dubowy.
"realizing a dream we had all our
lives," have established a Nach-
lah in Me Ami, Israel, through the
Foundation for Jewish National
Fund.
Dubowy arrived in this country
from Tarnapol in Galicia on July
4. 1904. and settled in New Brit-
ain, Conn., where he lived until
N.Y. Emanu-EI
Leaves Union
Beckers Will
Host Oneg Here
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker,
charter members of Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob of Hialeah, now liv-
ing in Jacksonville, will host the
Oneg Shabbat following services
on Friday night, and the Kiddush
on Saturday in honor of their
son's forthcoming marriage.
Irwin Becker and Miss Susan
Rabin will exchange nuptial vows
on Aug. 15.
During the services on Satur-
day morning, Irwin will read from
the Scfer Torah recently brought
; here in exchange for a Sefer
I Torah presented to Me Ami by
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami.
Floridians in Dance Group
Florida high school seniors per-
[ forming with the Blue Star Coun-
| selor-Trainee Folk Dance group
this summer in the Hendersonville,
! N.C., area are Barry Loss, Jeff
Rosnik, Elaine Aronovitz, Mark
Tytell and Arnold Reinhard, Mi-
ami; Wendy Pinski, Patricia Shel-
don and Jeralyn Kern, Miami
Beach; Seymour Rosen, Coral
Gables; Mary Freeman, North
Miami; and Gayle Kaplan, Holly-
wood.
NEW YORK (JTA' Temple
F.manu-F.l Congregation of New-
York, the largest Reform temple
in the United States, has resigned
from the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, the central
body of Reform synagogues. The
resignation came as the climax
of a long-time disagreement over
the procedures of the UAHC in
electing its board of trustees and
other procedures.
The 150-member board is made
up of UAHC officers, officers of
affiliated organizations, and mem-
bers of congregations at large
who are nominated by a commit-
tee appointed by the chairman of
the board of the UAHC.
Alfred M. Bachrach, president
of the temple board, said that the
temple officers felt that the UAHC
should be operated directly by the
congregations' and that a major-
ity of the UAHC board should
therefore be direct appointees of,
the congregations.
The resignation cannot become
effective until the next meeting
of the UAHC General Assembly
m 1965. The temple has agreed
to meet with a special UAHC Com-
mute to find a solution to the dis-
pute before that date.
moving to Miami Beach recently
Active in communal affairs, and
a Zionist, Dubowy has given a
great deal of his time to the State
of Israel.
In 1925. Dubowy founded Tif-
ereth Israel Synagogue in New
Britain. Many years later, by co-
incidence. Mrs. Dubowy recom-
mended Rabbi Henry Okoliea, for-
merly of Miami, as spiritual
leader of Tifereth Israel, where
he has served with distinction.
Mrs. Dubowy is active in Hadas-
sah and Pioneer Women's Organi-
zations. On assuming the vice
presidency of the Stephen Wise
Group of Hadassah's Miami Beach
Chapter, she was honored by her
husband with a life membership.
In stamping their names on the
soil of Israel through the Hyman
and Rebecca Dubowy Nachlah in
Me Ami. they believe "This is the
only way to live, by sharing all
blessings with less fortunate
brothers and sisters."
Food Fair Has
Record Sales
By Special Report
PHILADELPHIA Food Fair
Stores, Inc., this week reported
record sales for the 31st consecu-
tive year, surpassing the billion
dollar mark for the second suc-
cessive year.
In the annual report to share-
holders, Samuel Friedland, chair-
man, and Louis Stein, president,
reported that for the 53 weeks
ended May 2, 1964, sales amounted
to $1,105,394,153. an increase of
10.2 per cent over the 1.003,344,200
volume of the preceding 52-week-
year.
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Beachite Gets
U.S. Air Training
At Sheppard AFB
Airman Third Class James L.
Michelson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon A. Michelson, of 4307 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, has graduated
from the technical training course
for U.S. Air Force aircraft mech-
anics at Sheppard AFB. Ton
Michelson, now trained to main-
tain and service reciprocating en
gine aircrafl and aircraft systems.
:- i ein : assigned to a Continental
Air Command (CONAC) unit at
Homestead /WB here CONAC
pa the Air F i erve com-
ponent! operationally ready.
Michelson, a grad Miami
Beach High School, atU
i nh Floi .- and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
PALM BEACH MILITARY ACADEMY I
TflL 683-3244 1077 Morin* Driv
INVITATION
Thf public ii cordially In-
vittd to visit the ecod.wy. The
1964 65 academic year begun
September I,
DAY AND BOARDING STUDENTS
GRADES FIRST THROUGH TWELNE
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e MII.ITMIY SCIENCE
e PHYSICAL EDI CATION
SPORTS
e MUSIC
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For further information, writ* tho
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academy offices.
nd
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Jm /$/ fhrktiar
Friday. July 3]
-xoftt -the r^eatm of <^ociet\f
Weissmans Will
Live in Gotham
Hone?awing in Puerto R . ac ->ds following
man S Jr. ii>
Bad Mr- Peter V.
'- Y rti
tie evening ceremony -
fey Rabt Shop m
* 5*-I> Hotel, the former Judy
: ry pea-
ante sheath topped mith :
.'acket. Branches of pearl and
atie beading spread from the
.-en: 10 the empire waistline here
-a* f mil-fathered train ill *
iirtoai
V couple were
Eosalatd Matteaaam, maid of hor-
I r-emse Steinberg. Robin
-man. bridesmaid? Dr Philip
Snar: man. Roger Rosen
Larry Shermac and Ker.
j^ater af Dr tad Mn David
51 87th Arc
of M
groom, a graduate of Men
and no* af
-.. Beta I rant)
Double Ring Rites
Unite Miss Bakst,
Mariano Arranz
A ::< "? cere-
united
the farawi JadJth K Bak-t
dan. I "
Eak>t. 432 Larctta Ave ani
Mariano Arranz Jr am of Mr
and Mr A.-rar.z
V* mk Ave
Rabbi Norman N Shapir as-
aaaed ba Cart .- WHHan Lip-
on. officiated at the nuptial.- held
at Beth David Synagogue
Given in mama? by her father,
the bride wore a gown of silk or-
zanza o\er tin designed with ar.
A-Uac HrJrl and basque bodice
which had a wide scoop neckline
and claoa-length ami The
cathedral train of silk oreanza
a- beaded ia satin and appliques
of French reerr.troidered ale
lac- ttab and
A double-tiered lr.
tiara held the '
til of F:-
QJus (be earned a I

-. Hiss
MWS. PCTl* WtlSSMAM g toks\ .. iiCj o( honor
Women of the Suburban League sponsored their second on
nual Kiddies' Party this week, with all proceeds
Variety Children's Hospital. Shown during a pause .-.\ the
program are Co-Ch airmen Mrs. Harold Taylo: '.er. ':.
Gerald Wemick, with Chuck Zink. of WTVJ Ch. 4 ,
Miss Sharor. Wemick.

Weraer-Kabn
SMS. NAffOlD SftNSTflM
Miss Rosenberg
In Silk Organza
Cai rktoea Bible.
Carol -
.h Harol
.y 25. at the \.
.ere a reception
wed the 9 o'clock ceremony
Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiated
Attended by Mr- T Allen Beno-
witl and Rhonda Baldin;er. the
bride wore a gown of inza
o\er taffeta appliqued with 1
con lace Bndal roses -eph-
anoti- covered the heirloom Bible
Da f Mi iad Mr- V
Bberg. 1600 SW nth
Mr- Bernstein .- a
graduate of U*
Miami and u teaching Eng
l.-h at Hialeah High Sch
The bridegroom is the ton of
Mr- Frances Bfrnstem. 231" -''
5th St and the late Lawrence
Bernstein A graduate of the I'm-
versit) ol Miami, he 1- aasociated
with a local financial institution.
Hi- brother. Elliot Bernstein.
served as best man Ushers in
eluded Allan Bennett. Allen Beno-
witz. George Bernstein. Martin
Bistrong. Dark! Buchwald and
Gerald Rosenberg
Now honeymooning in Jamaica.
Bernstein and his bride will live
in Miami.

i
Eyemen Worried About Accidents
... .
pairing noting tl
. ., ,.....erds in the I
tr> la>t >eai '
rtaraso and iat>
even industr ..... ,,._ wit|,
metr safei) !erse> be won
v "1.. week hazard -\i-t-
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on the
ocean at
miami beach
A new standard of
on Miami
B'-ach. Superb! v
planned Bad
executed wed<
\\f>x), bi.-
meetingi. .
ranging from
10 to 1000.
or
country club
setting
usness is the
keynote of your affair
arridt the ptoahm
of the Doral Coontry
Club. WHHir.
1 onfirmations. ban-
quets are enhanced
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Debra Waldfogel.
Sening his brother as best man
was Manuel Arranz. Samuel Oliv-
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Steve Schemer ushered.
After a tour of Washington.
D C Wilhamsburg. V'a.. and the
New York World Fair the couple
will live at 2503 SW 9th Ave
The bride is a graduate of the
PaabJan In-titute of Technology
of New York City, where she maj-
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She 1- presently an assistant buy-
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The groom i- attending the I'ni-
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THE BIRDS AND BEES
The bullet table had a lovely Iruit basket
in the center with birds and bees scattered
everywhere. The luncheon shower was given
m honor of Virginia Ann Gordon, daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. Alex Gordon, who is now Mrs.
Kenneth Richards. The party was at the home
Of Mrs. Alexander Kojjan. Hostesses were Mrs.
"Rose Kelemer, Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mrs. Solomon
Goldman. Mrs. Etta Bubis, Mrs. Seymour Rubin
and Mrs. Kogan. Songs were sung to the bride.
as well as to her grandmother, Mrs. Julius Gor-
don of Revere, Mass., who made that Strode]
that was the conversation piece of the afternoon.
Guests included Mrs. Betty Sokol. Mrs David
(Phyllis) Miller. Mrs. Joseph Pomerance. Mrs.
Anthony Lane, Mrs. A. Lester Stepner, Mrs.
Morris Lipp. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg. Mrs. Har-
ry B. Smith, Mrs. Al Goldman, Mrs. Frank
Morse, Mrs. Dorothy Koolish, Mrs. Hava Rywlyn
and Mrs. William Segal.
| WATER WATER EVERYWHERE
The- chef wore a tall white hat and did the
barbecuing, the models paraded around the pool
in the latest Of bathing suits and the band play-
ed music that was just made lor dancing. Al-
together a delightful time was had at the splash
party around the pool at Westview Country Club
on a gay Saturday night. There were several
In_; parties, including those hosted by the A.
Nadlers, the Sam Donners and the John Ser-
bins. other guests included llene and Sam
Luby Jr, Eleanor and Harold Messberg. Helen
and Seymour Somerstein. Sue and Leonard
Miller, LoUj and Paul Sniekman and Dr. and
Mrs. Carl Baumann.
Shevin, Daum -
Exchange Vows
At Beth David
Marital vows were exchanged
by Roberta Joy Daum and Jerome
Howard Shevin in a late afternoon
wedding on Sunday, July 26. at
Beth David Synagogue.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the newlyweds will live
in Coral Gables Parents of the
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
H. Daum. 1036 So. Alhambra
Circle, and Mrs. Pauline Shevin,
1550 SW 30th Ave and the late
Aaron Shevin.
For the ceremony, the bride
wore a gown of imported silk peau
de soie with modified bell skirt
and bodice hand embroidered with
beads. It was designed with long
tapered sleeves and a regal train
attached to the waist. A crown
Among guests were Mrs Hank I of pearls and crystals held the
full-length silk illusion veil.
Honor attendants were Mrs.
Toby Tower. Mrs Myrna Shevin
and Linda Schwartz. Serving as
bridesmaids were Phyliss Daum.
Charlene Ugent. Barbara Meyer
son. Karen Daum and Mrs Marilyn
Shapo. Laura Shevin. Judy Wal-
erstein and Kathy Altaian were
(lower uirls.
Robert Shevin served as l"s
brother's best man. and ushers
in Jamaica they brought their daughters. Robin
and Joyce, a doll that actually smoked cigarettes.
The cigarettes have all been smoked up. and
snee the only place that they can be bought is
in Jamacia. back went Irene and Irv to get a
new supply. They plan to relax and laze the
days away. Wouldn't it be dreadful if they tor-
pot what they went for?
TO CURE THE SUMMER DOLDRUMS
Sophia (Mrs. Nathan) Gumenick, just back
from a trip to their home in Richmond. Va..
decided to get the girls" together. She had
a luncheon for twenty-five in the Gold Room at
Westview Country Club. The flowers, great
masses of them in shades of yellow, were trom
the gardens of the Southgate, where the Gum-
enicks maintain an apartment here. Cham-
pagne olid interesting goodies preceded the
luncheon. Alterwards, there were card and mah
jongg games.
Meyers. Mrs. Arthur F. Adams. Mrs Dan
Ruskin. Mrs. Jack earner, Mrs. Joseph Hart.
Mrs. Edward Kahn. Mrs Robert Ellis, Mrs. Al-
bert Carpel. Mrs, A. L. Glickman. Mrs. Joseph
Kctsky. Mrs. William Brenner. Mrs. Morris
LapidtlS, Mrs Ititter Levinson and Mrs. Her-
bert Gimbel.
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AS GOOD AN EXCUSE AS ANY
The last time Irene and [rvini
liss Young Weds
\ Stanley Glass
eila Carol Young, daughter of
and Mrs. Elmer Young. HMO
32nd Ct., became the bride of
Stanley Glass on Sunday even
ing. lily :'ti. with Rabbi Norman
VS. Shapiro officiating. A recep-
1 tiOTi -it Hi'' Alder- Hotel lollowcd
the crrcmoin there.
fh<< bridal gown of chantilly
was designed with a bouffant
and scalloped neckline, dot-
with pearls and sequins, and
bouquet was made up of
fchiiN and lilies-of-the-valley.
^Attending the couple were Mrs.
Silvia Clein, matron of honor.
rs. Carol Young, bridesmaid,
Dr Elliot Glass, best man. Nor-
Ben Young and Richard Young.
JBhiTv
Now on the faculty at Crest-
new Elementary, the new Mrs.
Qla>- is .i graduate ol Miami Sen-
isr llr-h and the University of
Hi.urn School of Education.
Dr. Glass is a veterinarian with
the Florida Department of Agri-
(Oltur.- He l- a graduate of the
' #ni\eisity of Miami and Auburn
University AVMA. and a mem
j(r of Miami Jaycees Parents
the bridegroom are Mr. and
[rs. Benjamin Glass, 3240 SW
St St.
DID YOU KNOW?
Marcella (Mrs. Aaron) Kanner is being
waited on hand and loot by her devoted Cora
Why? As Marcella says, it was the silliest thing
(0 do-slip and pull all the ligaments in her loot.
She has been reading like mad. knitting like
mad. and if she i>n't able to hop around on il
soon, she'll be just plain mad
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MS. JWOM SMVIN
A graduate of Miami Senii r
High, the bridegroom attended
the University of Florida and
raduated. cum laude. from the
miiiin i ^ u*..^ in.--. ...... Hw.- _,.......----------,
included Joel Kutnick. P.ill Cohen. University of Miami, where hi
Arnold Shevin, Larry Daum. Shel-
don Bott, Kermit Bott and Ron
aid Shapo.
Alt man.
Ringbearer was Phillip
now attends la school. He is a
member of Phi Alpha Delta, let
fraternity, and Bar and Gavel
\> ere
-FRANCES LEHMAN^
Birth In
Greater Miami
Charming Designs Building
The architectual firm of lul -
p Channing Associates has been
A graduate of Coral Gable- Sen-
ior High, the new Mrs. Shevin at-
tended Sophie New comb College
in New Orleans and graduated.
magna cum laude. from the Uni-
versity Ol Miami. She holds mem selected to design the new Pu -
bership in honoraries, Rho Lamb- lie Safety Building for the Cii
da, Delta Theta Mu and Phi Kap- oi North Miami Beach. Other pr
pa Phi. and belongs to Sigma jects currently in the plannii
Twin boys born July 8 to Yvonne Dc],a T;ul Sorority. She served as Stage are estimated at $2,300,000.
and Steve winig. of Penn VaJpl secretary of Arts and Sciences! In the construction phase are pro.
ley, Pa. Alan Mark and Richard Student'Government. jects valued at S4.840.0OO.
Jeffrey join brother Gary 4, and I____________-----,----------,----- ----- ~~~ ,_ '
lister Linda 6 Grandparents are |
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Lipsky. of i
Philadelphia, and Mianuans Mi-
ami Mrs. Larry Gilbert. Mr. Gil-
bert has just returned here, leav-
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the 10 days spent with the grand-
children.
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MRS. STANIET GLASS
First child, Michael Rood, born
111 Dublin. Ireland, to the former
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Her father, a rabbinical student
at the Hebrew Union College in
Cincinnati, has been acting rab-
bi in Dublin for a year, which
will end in October Grandpar- i
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Mrs. Nathan B. Rood, of Coral
Gable-. Mrs. Rood is leaving in
a few days for Dublin, with her
husband follow ing soon after.
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H
ULUAN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
:-;.- ther u her
four .:
odeavot L is bon :r,e to
a few rr.
>he met bet
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sere marr.ed and stationed in
Di>ton. O The> like it >o much,
lade i nanj friends, that
I decided to set-
tle there Lilian used to worl
the offict that it *a tne
only a ay ;he ever I Ic see her
bast and
The couple were blessed
four children. Tom. now at Flor-
ida Sotatfeen. Michael, a fre-h-
nian at the University of Miami;
Jill, at Miami Senior High School:
and Abbe, at Nautilus After her
.-. a -sand's passing ten years ago.
Lilian made the decision to move
to Miami Beach. She felt that the
climate, particularly, would make
a wonderful place in which to
bar (amilj "Somehow, when something happens.
sodden]] j a tic hat has to be done, and don't think
about H ban, in her quiet way Her four children
are an excellent example of what love, common sen*e and
u do lor a fatherteaa fa mm
Lillian spends each Wednesday as a Pink Lady in
the Gift 9 p ol Mount Sinai Hospital She has always
be< n active in PTA Presently. Lillian is president of the
M'jmi Beach Senior High School PTA She kniti
Pops concert; and is always available for
. or other Ctirit) 'ith any member of the family.
Picnics used to be the big event of the week, but
thai the children a ng up. other bateresU
Sondaj a> famih day and no other plans
are made The Eisenberas take short trips, usually to
.-if course In a one-car family you'd
ne that there would be conflicts, but the} al
li r: (lain .- Um m -
'' trips are lined to Chicago and Milwaukee, where
they have reU
Quietly, in her own way. Lillian has made her four
en the hub oi her \.-ter.ee. but she ha- also made
a life of f. that the children are growing up.
' time to 'ither community activities. It's
bard to be both mother and father, but Lillian
a far.- \ using a- -he says, a little common -
ion.
Rayman, Gannes Betrothal Told
Helman, Reiter
Exchange Vows
She. a Reiter -r.d Bernard Steph
B Helman were married Satur
day evening. July 25. at the Doral
lb The double ring
ctremon> was performed by Rab-
bi I .Idman. of Baltin
and Cantor H Richard Brown, of
South Bend. Ind
A special silver wine cup from
el wa- used during the
A reception and formal
r followed.
i the i Mr
and Mr- Victor Reiter, i I I
C-ab'e- ant the groom is tne MB
: Mr and Mrs Max Helman. of
Baltimore
For her wedding, the bride
r. of elegant whin
ith a matching coat.
K -ped neckline
the bodice and the front of
the_ skirt enhanced with alencon
Uce and beaded with pearls and
stall The removable coat also
featured alencon lace bodice.
Queen Ann collar, long lace-taper-
ed sleeves and a flowing chapel
train
Her matching beaded lace pill
box had tiers of French illuion
She carried an arrangement of
phalanopsis orchids. hUes-ofthe-
valley and ivj fastened to her Bas
Mitzvah Bible. The bride carried
the traditional Reiter family wed
ding handkerchief
Mrs Robert Greenman. of Fort
Worth. Tex was matron of hon
<>r Bridesmaids were Sandra
Reiter. of Wheeling. WVa.; Irene
Mainzer. of Baltimore: and Dor-
othy McDonald, of Coral Gables.
Iris Reiter, sister of the bride,
junior bridesmaid, and Ellen
Brown, of South Bend. Ind. was
i er girl
James Elliott Reiter. brother of
the bride, wa- best m^r Ushers
Allen If. Bennett, of Detroit.
Mich Gary Rovin. of Coral
Gables, ar.rl Paul V'oung. of Glen
N Y Sherwin Levine was
soloist
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Eyes Sept. 26
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The brkle is a June graduate
of the University "f Mar} land,
where she received her Bachelor
of Science degree. She is a mem
ber of Sigma Alpha Omicron and
Phi Siama. both honorary micro-
biology societies She enters the
University of Miami this fall to
work toward a Master's degree
The groom is a graduate of the
Baltimore City College High
School and the University of
Maryland, from which he received
Bachelor of Art- degree. He
i- presently a senior in the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School. He
mber oi Sigma Alpha \l i
Car and Gavel, and pre-ident of
Ph; Alpha l> ....: fraternit)
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MRS. Philip Scbiff held a tea
last Wednesday afternoon in
her new home on Culler Rd. She
was dressed in a bone-colored.
two-piece silk, with the semi-
Kitted overblouse and sheath
kkirt. A pair of canary-colored
slides gave a rich color accent
to her ensemble.
\n ice blue silk linen sheath
was the choice of Mrs. Michael
tovin. Her neckline was scoop-
rd. and the bodice was a modi-
fied blouson, Mrs. Daniel Dub-
bin's silk print was in jewel-
tone brilliant colors. Blue and
hsecn were the base colors and
(featured circular patterns with
|multicolored geometric inserts.
Mrs. Harold Abbott wore a
stunning three-piece silk knit
i completely embroidered with
[pink silk ribbon lace Cyclomen
[pink moygashel linen with a
white jabot-typo insert was worn
by Mrs. Harold Stone. Her dress
lnllowed the A-line silhouette.
i The classic sheath was selected
by Mrs. Frank Toback. In tur-
I quoise, it featured godet type of
pleated inserts near the hem-
line
|lj|RS. Milton Nadel's blue anc
'" and white striped denim
a.is trimmed with bright red
Jail Iringe on the overblouse.
lr- Jason Berkman was strik-
ng in a three-piece silk knit en-
emble. A porcelain blue linen
heath was worn by Mrs. Albert
per. Her neckline was scoop-
and slashed in a straight
with sell-fabric lacing. Mrs.
lack Kaler'S ivory linen was
in-n with a matching sweater
vhich had a bright green foliage
Ipplique for a touch of color.
Miniature florals on deep gold
vere seen on the shift chosen
y Mrs. Irving Shapiro. Her el
Ibow-length sleeves were double-
tiered in bubble poufs
Lemon-gold was the color
choii e ni Mrs Albert Dubbin.
Her fitted sheath featured lace
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|y|RS. Morris Rabinnuilz's silk
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that blended fuchsia with shock
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Cohen's choice for the afternoon
tea was a silk sheath in corn-
flower blue with a blouson bod-
ice.
Another guest who chose blue
was Mrs. Xorman (idler. Her
moygashel sheath followed the
classic lines of the sleeveless,
scooped neck basic, and was in
royal blue. Mrs Mike Nedelman
wore a paisley silk print in Ombre
blues, and her sister-in-law. Mrs.
Sam Nedelman, wore a two-
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Beautification
Unit Executive
Board Named
A number of local civic leaders
have been appointed to the Execu-
tive Board of the City of Miami
Beautification Committee, it was
announced this week by E. Albert
Pallot, chairman.
Named were Ed Ansin. Justin
Palmer. Hubert Bosworth, Don
Butler, Judge Henrj Balaban,
Frank Rooney, Jonathan (',. Sey
mour, Robert Little, Mrs. Morris
en, Marilyn Lane, Ed Kej i -.
i:,\ John P. Nagy, Mrs, Marie
Enterline, Mrs Henry Michaels,
Mrs Virginia Bullard, Mrs. James
Dunn, Henry 0 Shaw, Miss Ann
Pearson, Maxine Pitts and B. E.
lleain.
Three vice chairmen who will
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Levin, manager of Radio Station
WHAT, and Mrs Frank Nichols.
Mrs. Lizabeth Martell will con-
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Candlelight Vows
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Charles Jerome Hirsh on Sunday
evening. July 26. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz officiated at the double
ring nuptials.
Daughter of Mrs. Bee Rothfeld.
645 W. 51st St., and the late Max I
Rothfeld. the bride is an alumna
of the University of Miami. Her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Foldstein, of Philadelphia. |
were here for the wedding.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gabriel Hirsh, 612 15th St..
attends the University of Florida.
Given in marriage by her uncle,
William W. Feldstein. of Sunbury.
Pa., the new Mrs. Hirsh was at-
tended by Diane Newman, maid
of honor. Barbara Newman and
Marilyn Seidner, bridesmaids
Best man was Clifford Lakin.
with Samuel Brooks and Alan Slot
kin serving as groomsmen.
After their honeymoon, the new
lyweds will live in Gainesville.
British Victims Compensated
LONDON (JTA) British
victims of Nazi persecution who
suffered in concentration campi
were invited by the Foreign Of-
fice to register for compensation
from West German funds West
Germany agreed to pay El.0O0.-
000 sterling Si 2.800.0001 in com
pensation to such victims, it was
announced in Parliament last
lin.nth. It was believed that
claims for such compensation here
' would not exceed 1.000.
Unger, Ross W\\\
Wed Sept. 5
The Eden Hoc Hotel will be the
setting for the wedding nuptials
uniting Ellen Unger and Dr. Ger-
ald Charles Ross on Sept 5.
The bride-elect is the daughter
Of Mr, and Mrs. Harry I nger. A
graduate of the University of
Miami School of Education, she
plan- to teach in the Dade Coun-
ty school system in the fall.
Dr. Ross, a chiropractor, receiv-
' ed his education in New York, and
| has been practising here for four
, years. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ross, of Miami Beach,
and his father is an executive with
Riverside Memorial Chapel-.
Mrs. Harold Feldman, past president of Flamingo Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, turns over the qavel lo Mrs. Otto Haen-
gel, incoming president, at a recent installation luncheon of
the chapter.
British Schools
Report Quota
LONDON (JTA) Although
"nothing aroused more horror and
anger in Britain than Hitler's
treatment of the Jews," there is
still a quota system in education,
and exclusion of Jews from cer-
tain clubs and professions. This
charge was made by the Sunday
Express in a survey entitled. "Are
We Fair to the Jews?"
Calling attention to the fact
that there is rarely any "formal
barrier" against the Jews, foe
article said that most schools are
operating a quota system of ac-
cepting up to ten or fifteen por
cent "non-Christians." On the
social level, golf and tennis clubs
are "chief strongholds of anti-
Semitism," with one of five golf
clubs in England and tour ol live
in Scotland excluding Jews. The
survey showed that commerce and
industry were free of bias but that
there is a measure of prejudice
against Jews in joint stock banks.
The Daily Telegraph published
a letter to the newspaper saying
th.it anti-Semitism is "condoned
and practised" in Britain, despite
official denials. The writer. J. P.
II. Sargent, refers to the Mancroft
case and asks: Are we now so
bereft of national character that
we act at the dictation of the Arab
world with a commercial pistol at
our heads?"
Dr.Wolfson to Talk
Jean Paul Sartre and Existen-
tialism" will be the topic of a dig
course by Dr. Abraham Wolfson
before the Spinoza Forum foi
Adult Education in the Auditor
ium of Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.. on Thursday. LO
a.m.
Mesivta Plans
Building Drive
Starting Sunday
Mesivta Senior High School will
open on Sunday. 2 p.m., initiating
a building fund drive for the new
Mesivta at 1965 Alton Rd.. former
ly the Eden Hotel.
Harry Rosenberg and Sam W
man are co-chairmen of the Build-
ing Committee.
Following extensive alteration-.
the Mesivta will be equipped with
modern classrooms, and the
school's dormitories will board all
students, including out-of-town ui
plicanls seeking admission.
An enlarged sanctuary is plan.
ned for religious services,
Rabbi Morris L. Horovltz is prin-
cipal of the school, formerly li
cated on Normandy Isle, who de
dared that lull scholarships havi
already been granted to graduates
by such noted universities as Hai
vard, NVt and Yeshiva "
Sessions are scheduled to t><
on Aug. 24.
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When Itzhak Perlrr.cn, 18-year-old Israeli violinist, won first
be Levenl ;rnational Competition in May at
-. New V ra-Israel Culturcl Foun-
boa added a new name to :ls roster of prize-winning schol-
arship student!, itzhak, a protege of the Foundation since
he vraa eleven years, old, is cne of the many youthful Israelis
irho neve etna ed under the Foundation's scholarship pro-
gram which annually grants some 253 scholarships in all
the arts. Perlman. a handsome, curly-haired youth, was the
ynungeet contestant m the Leventritt competition this year
end the third 13-year-old in the history of the competition to
win the award. His victory put him in the company of such
frill I winner*, as Van Clibum, Gary Graffman. John Brown-
ing Eugene Istorr.m and Malcolm Frager. The Leventritt award
includes a SI.000 grant and guaranteed appearances with
some of the nation's most important orchestras, including the
New York Philharmonic, the Cleveland, Pittsburgh. Detroit,
Buffalo. Denver and New Haven Symphonies.
Prison Terms for Arms
were impend here this week on headquarters in a suburb of this
t 11 mhnri of the Australian city. Last week, the head of the
Sociali-t Party who were convict party. Arthur Smith, uj- yiven
ed on charges of the illegal pos a six-month term.
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Lipp was born in Boston, grad-
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Institute of Technology and
hold* a BS degree in Civil Engi-
rinf After serving three
ITS a* a highway engineer in
I Rnois. he came to Miami Beach
Here, the flat topography, high
fall, unstable *oil and the
threat of hurricanes presented
a challenge The climate also
caused rapid deterioration and
-ion of material-
Expecting Results
people here expected
swers to be found They ex-
pected remits," said Lipp. I
had to find new answers. Con-
lequently. my life has been one
- growth along with the growth
uf the city."
In 1932. Mr Lipp found that
he had Dins* General
readme hjd no appeal, so he en-
Soutta Florida Col-
. and was admitted
Is Bar
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the ooi
,or military installs-
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Mr Lipp l- the >
gineer for Interama
The ing ork on the site
has been completed, and the
planning work :* in progre-- In
all. Interama will eventually en-
compass 1.700 acres.
Mr. Lipp said. Interama will
have a tremendous effect on the
economy of the entire state. It
will take approximately three
years after Fecyal par
i* insured lor Interam.
tact"
The walls of Mr Lip
are lined with scrolls
him In 1962. he was
,i- the outstanding ci
Miami Beach by t
League which gave
Man of the V a
Mr L.[>p ha- f:!
and helped reactivate |
omy of Japan When
Interama will be. wl,
it?
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to i
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Webster College, outstanding Catholic liberal crts cc. -
St. Louis, this week purchased S1C.00G in Sato of Israe'. I
to initiate an Israel Eond Scholarship Fund lor its
Shown ;s Sister Francetta. president c: the college, pre;-
a check for the purchase to Morris A. Shen'.er c'r.
Israel Bonds for St. Louis. Standing are Stater Jacq-
vice president of the college, and Mrs. Martin Meltzer. :. -
of the Executive Board of the Isrcel Bond Women's Di
The 4 percent interest on the bonds will provide S4C ]
year for students in financial need.
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Friday. July 31. 1964
fJenisti ncridlian
Page 9-B
Academy Board
Picks Committee
\, Executive Committee
meetir heW last Sunday at the
Hebrew Vcademy, Louis Klerwtt-
zer, president, appointed the fol-
lowing members to serve on the
Board ol Admissions for the i%4-
(;;> siln o] year:
.Krone Bienenfeld. Irving Fir-
tel. Mai ice Revitz. Jacob Riikin.
Sidney Rubinowitz, Louis Rudnik.
.1 Jen;. Schechter and Dr. .Mat-
thew '. kerman.
Accruing to Reinhard, the
Board OJ Admissions will otfer
scholar ipa to students seeking a
Hebrew Academy program of edu-
cation but whose parents are un-
able to ieet the tuition costs.
"The iosl to educate a student
at the Hebrew Academy." Rein-
hard said, "is about $900. Pres-
ently 70 percent of the school's
Student body receives a full or
partial -cholarship based on the
[scholastic aptitude of each appli-
cant and the tinancial ability oi
[each parent."
Rabb; Alexander S. Gross, prin
K-ipal, aid that the Hebrew Acad
< my i- a community school and
Idraws i student body from every
I section in the Dade County and
Browari areas A fleet of seven
buses transports students to and
from the various vicinities. "To
cover the cost, the Academy must
.M'ck community resources to help
the school provide its maximum
program of Academic and He
brew i cation
UNITED FUND W&vm&n. I
*' li I) I i m J
National Airlines Plans Changes
United Fund 1964 Fall Campaign Chairman Sidney D. Ansin
(left) and William Aramony, executive vice president, reveal
the goal needed to provide vital services for thousands of less
fortunate Dade Countians during the coming year.
United Fund of Dade County Sets Goal
For 1964 at 'Minimal' $3,256,000 Figure
The United Fund of Dade Court-
t> has set its yoal for 1964 tall
campaign of $.3,236,000. it was an-
nounced by John R. Ring, chair-
man of the board.
The goal is 6.9
$209,015 more than
rased in the 1963
campaign under the
per cent, or
the $8,046,985
United Fund
chairmanship
s/)oi- ^ lifzwi/t
Donn Beloff
Bonr Alan Beloff will be Bar
Mit/vat. on Saturday morning.
Lug. 1 t Temple Adath Yeshur-
iin. wi": Rabbi Jonah Caplan of-
liciatin;
Enter g eighth grade at Nor
mil Jui ior High in the fall, the
(lebranl i- an outstanding science
id ma student He plays base-
kail anil football for Optimist Ath-
lei ('' fcroncc.
l'iret>'< of the Bar Mitzvah are
Jlr ;.n, Mr-. Martin Beloff. 19891
N) L-lil Ct No Miami Beach.
Mr In1,iff i> ;i member of the
Tempt Board ot Directors, and
Mi- 'ii server as sisterhood
conc-i r- (ling secretary. They
ha\ i- t' i other children, Jill 9.
and ( ,r 7.
14 Noiis Go on Trial
Dl'S.S: LDORF -(WNS) Four-
teen N.-i SS men involved in the
nltatii gassing of about 700.000
Jews iv the notorious Treblinka
death > Tip are lacing early trial
kersft v, th hundreds of surviving
with* expected to give testi-
mony. The trial is expected to
lastAbo-.it six months. The prin-
cipal ferula-' i- Karl Frant?.
comsBi er of the guards at Tre-
2+. .._
ol Gen, E. A Evans.
The amount of the goal for the
1964 campaign, which officially
opens on United Fund Sunday,
Oct. 25, was revealed following
a meeting of the United Fund
Board of Trustees at the First
National Bank of Miami.
In announcing the goal figure,
King said that "this goal is real-
istic, but still well below the
amount of money our 39 member
agencies need in order to provide
the vital services needed by the
less fortunate in our commun-
ity.
"We are confident," Ring add
cil. "that with your whole-hearted
support, the goal will be reached
and the needs of all our people
will be met. Only in this way,
can we make our Dade County
community a better place in which
to work and live."
The 39 member agencies of the
I nited Fund of Dade County pro-
vide health, welfare, character-
building and medical research
services to the people of Dade
County. By reducing the number
of separate drives, the United
Fund is able to provide more and
better agency services to more
people at lower cost, with a min-
imum of inconvenience to con-
tributors.
"Last year, at least a quarter
of a million people received
benefits, either directly or indi-
rectly, from the agencies of the
United Fund." said Sidney D.
Ansin, chairman of the 1964
campaign and president of the
Sunbeam Television Corp.
"Some were childrenbabies.
youngsters or teen-agers. Some
were adults and senior citizens.
But they all had problemsthey
all needed help. And most im-
portant, through the United Fund,
they all received help.
"The attainment ol the cam-
paign goal is not the only chal-
lenge to be met by United Fund
in the near future." continued
Ansin.
"There is also another impor-
tant figure which must be met.
the 15.000 volunteer workers who
are needed adequately to cover
all areas of Dade County."
A building program designed to
improve National Airlines' airport
terminal facilities in Miami. New
York and San Francisco was an-
nounced this week by (J Ray
Woody, National's executive vice
president.
The National concourse at Miami
International Airport terminal will
be completely remodeled to pro-
vide air-cooling and five upper
level nose-loading gates for jet
aircraft. Woody said.
The third floor of National s
headquarters building in Miami is
presently being refurbished and
construction will soon begin on a
new in-flight kitchen for the air-
ine's Miami caterer.
Design of a new S13-million
National Airlines terminal unit
at New York's John F. Kennedy
International Airport has been
completed and construction con-
tracts will soon be negotiated,
according to the airline execu-
tive.
At San Francisco's internation-
al Airport, the airline's concourse
is also being remodeled to pro-
vide upper-level jet noseloading.
Modernization of the main ter-
minal building there will give the
airline facilities tor special ser-
vices and improved passenger
handling.
Studies are being made to de-
termine National's general i I
laciliiv needs at the headquarters
ol the Miami-base I airline for the
next nve years.
Tribute to Late President
"Sunset ut MiddayA Tribute
to the Late John Fitzgerald Ken-
nedy" is the title of a new book
now available at the Rabbi H. F.
Epstein Hebrew Academy in St.
Louis. Mo. The book, including
tributes, sermons, eulogies and
memorial addresses, has been com-
piled bj Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner, It. Col. Max H. Daina and
Rabbi Ephraim Sturm Proceeds
will be divided between the John
F. Kennedy Memorial Library and
the Academy.
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, England
(JTA) A Jewish choir per-
formed in an Anglican church
here to help wipe out the church's
debt of E3.000 for renovations
The Zeniel choir, which volunteer-
ed to perform, was served special
kosher food by the villagers. The
church altar was covered to spare
embarrassment to the 100 youths.
"No law is being broken by cov-
ering the altar furnishings," said
a spokesman for the Archbishop
of Canterbury. "We are members
of the Council of Jews and Chris-
tians and the visit should help im-
prove relations between the two
churches."
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9>Jewiti ncrktian
Friday. July 31. 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Newlv-elected officers of the South Florida
Council of President*, of the Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital at Denver.
Colo., are honored at a recent luncheon at the
Jardin Suisse in the Roney Flaza Hotel. Seat-
ed (left to right) are Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Albert Dubler. treas-
urer; Mrs. Robert Herbert, public relations;
Mrs. Irving Miller, past president; Mrs. Sam
Kratish, chairman; Mrs. Sidney Ritterman,
president of the Council; and Mrs. Adolph
Stemple, corresponding secretary.
Cantor Ben-Ari
At Beth Kodesh
Starting Aug. 15
tor Benjamin Ben-Ari will
. cantor of Both Kodesh
i. ation for the coming
starting Aug 15.
Son <>t a noted cantor who ap-
. red in Europe, Cuba ami Is
i< I, Cantor Ben-Ari studied tra-
litional cantorial melodies with
hit father and chanted before eon-
gationa since his boyhood.
Formerly of Colombia, South
\merica. Cantor Ben-Ari arrived
his country with his wife and
three children several years ago.
Cantor Ben-Ari will chant at all
rvices during the High Holi-
CANTOR BENJAMIN BEN-ARI
Dr. Glueck
Tells Discovery
JERUSALEM -UTAi- Papyri
from the Fourth Century. B.C.E
discovered in Jordan "may prove
more important to the study of
Jewish history than even the Dead
Sea Scrolls." according to Dr.
Nelson Glueck. who reported on
the find. Dr. Glueck. president
of the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion, made
the statement in his review Oi
the first year's activities of the
Biblical Archaeological School in
Jerusalem which, he said, was al-
ready a world center for archaeol-
ogical research. The papyri shed
light on life in Samaria under
Persian rule.
CIRCUIT COURT. "JH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 64C 8081
HARRY FRITEIU8
Plaintiff,
MADKUNE LOUISE FRITZHJ8
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CASK.
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,-t us,
JERi iJIK .1 til'TKIN,
l f, ndam
NOTICE OF SUIT
t> Ji rome i Outkln and
Sail} B Outkln, hia w lf<
4100 Marine I "rive .
Chicago, UUnoli
you are Imi b) notified ih il the
. ptioni rt a< th n ha, been
mi, ,l agalnal ) ou in thi i uri
o) thi Judicl ,1 Clrcull ; Fl Ida In
and for I> di I 'ountj lo foi 1.....i
mortgage >"!"" the following de*-
n ai i' ; ,. .
I.,.i 20 Bl..... W 'T i' LAKh
MANOR SECTION FOI II
Ina to the 1 "111 i
Plal Bo- ol I hi I
i i;....i .i Dadi Count y. K
you iri : eq il ed t flli uu in*w ei
to plalntlff'H roinplalnt th l hi Clerk
,.i th afo .-,:!' "I .1
... pin ntlfl > attorm s
M IRTIN KINK, 1 HI" Kluor. On
Federal Building, M mil M, i
nol latei >!- a iruhI :\ 1961 <
Decrei Pro Confenao ",n entered
.it.iin-i you.
I VI'KI i Jtll) -"'. l'"'l
K B, LE tTHEHM AN, i "li I-.
Circuit Court, fade County, KWIda
i-..ill By: MARUl'ERITE M"l:Ki>t:l'
I ,.;. Il\ I '1. I k
MARTIN KINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
mil floor Da le Ped< ral Bldg
Miami 12, Florida
T 11. 8 T-H-'-'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61731
is Hi" Eatate "f
MICHAEL KKlVKNSKY
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraani rta>
Ina Claim* or Demand* Asalnt amta
you are hi rebj not hTled and ra-
,|Uir..,i to pieaenl any clalmi "! de
mand* wliii H >-u ma> h.ive flni.l
,he estate of MICHAKL KRIV^SKI
,i,, ...-,.I late of Dade .iint\. rterlda,
,., the Count? Judge* "f DaXta Coub
tj .ml file the rami In rtuplk ate and
a*' provided in Soction JS3.1, ric-i,l:i
' si.mil, in thi In the louii-
(, pourthi u*< In I.i < i CJnunty, Flor-
i;, .inn -ix i ih ndar month* fr..n
ih,- time .,f ill, i"-: publication hi re
,,f (he name will he hai o
Daled -it Miami, Plorlda, Ihta ttnd
ilas ..i July, A I' '
.- |M1 il K SMITH
\- A.hmni-tratoi'
KMITH ft M WI'I.KK
\, ii.,. f,.i AdmlniHtrator
4"T Lincoln IM Miami Be* h, Fla
: M-ai. :-m
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4872
Tin: ni:w yi >RK BANK i'"i:
s \ VINi IS, foi iierl> known ar
Thi Se V'ork Savli I
iff,
\ -
VVVM VN H Hl'OSOX
ENXIE Hl'l**oN I -
! '. '
NOTICE OF SUIT
T( i W} man s lludaon and Ji i
Hudnnn,
IIOU II
,n,l II ried, Iheli
' dead, tbi in
I, i
KHinteeH, Ii .i cradli
n
i. (hi nuah undei or as iln l th*
abnvi nnniefl ;- ndi nil ".....":l> ''
.1.
v..., ,,. ii ,i otifli 'l thai the
.,i.x, ni l acllon ha* ji hi
,iv ...I ii, the C
tin Judli .ii Circuit i'i
Ma In ind foi I' U>E int} li ri
,1,,.,. ;, n l upon the follon n I
i, -, i il | rnpi i" >
l ..i '... Bin k .' I IRS*T \r>l>iT N
TO CAROL CITY OARDBN8 ai
i urdii i,, the Plal thi n >f, record
. ,i in Plal !" ill I I II ol the
Publii It.....da -I I ."le Ci ,"i>
Floi
you are required lo rili your an
-u.r t" plaintiff'* complaint with the
Clerk ol 'I" d I "'I
a copt (hereof upon ptalntlfTa
, rne} MARTIX KiNE, I ''li '
in,i, i-\ i.'.ii Bulldinjt, Mlam '.
Klnrida ii"i later than Auaual St. IMI,
or a Dai n ITo l 'onfeaao ^> ill b n
tered l:,ih-' )
DATED Jul} :. I i
i: |i LKATHERMAN
Clerl f the I 'Ireult I ourt
Bj P i-"l'l'i.AM-
i ] rk
m \i: riN PINK
An......> i"i- Pta
Hth K Dm Blda
Florida
; i :. : i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 4330
THE NEW YORK HANK FOR
HA VINOS, formerly known a* The
N, w York Bavlnaa Bank,
Plaintiff,
VS.
CHARLES 1' B08CHUNO,
,i n\. ,i al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO; Chartoa R. Vach* and MayVacha,
hi* wife, I:, -ni, in I'nknown, and
if remarried, tin ir unknown ipouaea,
it living and if dead the unknown
pouae*, helm, davlaaea, lacataea,
ussixn,, -. irrantaea, Itanora, orvxlltora,
trust,.-M ,,r other ,l;iiin;ints clntailng
ii\. thronch, under or asalnal iii>-
above ii:< in.-,i dafendainiii who ran] be
1* ,', ;t Bed.
you are hareby notified thai the
i.. \ captlonad notion ha- been itiHii-
.i:;,in-i '.,n in the ClrcuH Court
of ill. Judicial i ii, uu oi Florida in
in .1 foi I lode i ',,iinu t,. f,,i ,l..-, .i
mi>rtaaae uimn the followlns ,1,'--
< Ibed roal pi,,|,-rt\ :
Lot t Block i pairl \x Manor,
nccorriinc i" the Plat thereof re-
. nrded in Plal l!,-,k .....i I' ,-, 7:'
I'ublii Ri iirda ,,f Dade I 'ount>.
I lot Ida, together with Hotpolnt
Itanai RH Si i lal No
llotpi in Ri ft lel ator KA-10.1 Si I -
lal Ni i Venetian Blind* and
Hntpoli i IVaahlng Mai hlne l.ll-l
il Numbi D i
> i i' i to I i i anawei
to pi
.
cop} i li, r, I ni" .ii
,i m: i IN Pl> k. i ith Plooi
Ulat i
II I
i
i
11 m< m
M MITIN KINK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63729C
IX RK Rtat ol
., ii ., s rtsvKN c si-iiMiTTAti i:
i ., ,i -, ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \!| Creditor* and All Pi
I i.i\ In* i 'lalmx m i 'en ind Again
Said Retail
\,. ii i. hereb} nOI Ifled and
quired t" pn nl an) claim* and di
nianda which you mo} have agt
the eat ite of STEPHEN C SCHMIT
TAl'BR. a k a STEVEN C Si'MMlT
TAI'Kll I,. ..,.. ,1 late of Dade < -tm t
Florida, i" 'in- County Judge*
Dade County, and ffi* tha aame m
duplicate and a* provided in Pectl
73*. 16, Florida Blatuea, In to-ir of
fi,.- in th* County CoiirthoiiKe In
Dade County, Florida, within *i\ cal
endar month* from th,' time of th
first publication hereof, or the iam
will l barn -I
MICHAEL SillMITTACI-n
aa Administrator of the Htt'
of Stephen C Bchmlttnuer, :> k
Steven C Hehnilttnuer
LEONARD .1 K.M.ISH
Attorney for Admlnlatmtor,
ir,:'9 dui'oiit Building,
Miami, Florida. UISI l-h..ne l-Tt }'
7 17-54-31.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HEREBY OIVRN lhat
lha nndaralgnedi dealring to angngi h
bualneaa under the flctltloua name* n
Apex-Magnavos A pea Magnavoj
Rhnwcaae Magnavox Bhovrioaae :ii
,;,:., Blaoayna Boulavard. Miami, Kim
nli, Intend i" reglatir aald name will
the Clark "f the circuit Court of Dade
I'.,nun Florida.
PR INK KIIMill
BCXANNK RJJDICH
Bole n nor*
7 I7-24-3L i "
IN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No COM3
RE: Eatate of
A LEX AN PER COSTA
Decei.....I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltore and All Per
II \ mi: i 'lalm* oi I temand I I
Said Kxtati
I i in, hi i li} notlflad and i
..... nin In in int'l rl,
mauda whli li you naa} havi i
late ol ALEX VNUEH
..I IhIi < Dade r
..... nt> Judgi -
C int}, and flli 11 ami
. i.. i in h
i': ii .:., Ktai ii n, i
ii, id, i'..in
I i da, within ill
i in

Duti i I i .
Iv, \.l'
HERMAN Co
,.f I |;
HAN I "I IH


ily 3'.. 1964
t'Jenisfi Fhrtdttan
Page 11-B
At ft j
Wo**..
A thech'
7/ieofre Offers Prize
NEW YORK (WNS) The
Jewish Theater for Children is of-
fering its ninth annual prize of
SI.(MM) for the best full-length play
for children in English on a Jew-
ish theme, it was announced here
by Philip Kasakovc, chairman of
the theatre, who said that manu-
scripts for the 1963 contest must
be submitted to the theater not
later than May 15. 1965. The ad-
dress of the theater is 326 W. 58th
St.. New York City.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
^pcent qeneral meeting of B'nai B'rith
k, Flamingo Chapter, special guests of
tpter are shown receiving the Ted Rob-
Bdemoria! Award. Left to riaht are Leon-
arard Litzinger. student at Hialeah High
tool award recipient; his father, Mr. Litz-
Mrs. Otto Haengel, president of Fla-
mingo Chapter; Mrs. Jane Robinson, widow of
the late Ted Robinson and founder president
of Flamingo Chapter; Jennifer Lynn Dennis,
of Hialeah High, also an award recipient, and
Mrs. Webb, her mother. The award cited the
recipients for having attained the highest
averages for service.
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SCHERR. Illi I Mill \\ -i \\i
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
by \ ii'ii.....f Chapti i 6T8 nl Floi Ida
Statutes Annotated (1941), War*-
housi ui. ii and Wan housi R i -
wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC
a I lorlda corporation, b) virtue nf us
warehouse lien, ha* in ii- possession
il,. follow Inn di ki i Ibed [impel l> :
1 ii iniiii> .'inl Household I'"- -
Hlunii v.- ih. ,.i..|vi> ol Mr. and
Ml Itl.i-. '.-'I S.W hill. I'al kwa) .
Pembrook lines, Hollj .....I. KI" an i
thai on Hi- Jlsl il;i> of August, 1964,
durinii ih. leunl hour* of sale, malnl)
between 11 :00 fore.....>n i ml 2:00 in the
.ifi, i noon, nl -' '' N VV Ith \\ nue,
h ioi ill i, the undi rsigned i hnll
..... li. high. '
cash In hail he aboi e di
|HO|)i t\ nl Mr mi I Mi lilli
s \\ 64th I'irUway, l'i mbrook
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dai of Jul). '
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s In Hlonx, NY Rlvi I
rt. 19, "f '."i \\V 144th Si .
IS I: i v- r-i.le.
Mi- Kenale, 74, of 1040
e.. died In I \ '.':. l:ivi-r>i,l. .
nrilliain, :'.. ..f MHO Byron
Ice* In l*helnea, M.,-s i;,,r-
Yetta, S'.. ..i 12(1 m:
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRSUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 8379
SAM SAT'VSU ',
I'lalnilff,
\ -
SYLVIA SATIN?
i.,r.i
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
T. SYl^VI \ .- VTIX SKY
I Cent. H'l -N". -i
S,,iith Havi ii. Mli I."-:,..
You ;i lii < etl ha I n
. omplalnl i"> I <\\ nun been I led
.. ^.i n.si ymi .mi you nri required !,
>, i-\ :i eopj ,.i >oui An- nr I 'lead-
InR to miiil on IMnlntlff*
attoinej'K, RAYMAX .\ HfHIO, ''.-
Alnnlej llldu Ml iml K"lorldn SIJ2
..ml file the ui alnnl answer "i Plead-
iim in ih. ,,ii.......f Ihi Circuit Clerk
...i ,.i before Ih. Ith daj ol Sept.,
I'.m.i. ir \...i fail r.. iln >,, Judcmenl
ii> default will lie taken uKulnal you
for the relief lilaint.
IMiXE and iiRDERBB nl Miami,
l lor da thl* 2*th ila> of July, 1964
i: I! I.KATHERMAX,
Circuit <'.....< Clerk Uaili
County, Horldn
By C I' I'nl'Kl.AXI'.
ii.-i,un Clerk
RAYMAX A IH'HKi. Altyn
'i"-.' Alneie> I'.ldB
Mn,ii,i. Klorida
"81, s-T-M-'.'l
IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
no ntM-a
in RE: Eatati nl
l.i HIS i.i iREN
Uei ... led
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To UI Creditor ,'-i VI! 1'eixuis llav-
ii,.. 'lain i ii' i i- AgolnHl Said
i:-i.n, :
\,.m .,. hereto notified and re-
luirol li any i lalnia and lie-
nands hli li i luo i i -.i'ii-'
. I.. .' IS IIOREX deci
late of Wayne Co the Cuuntj
w nf I i and file the
-.mi,- In dui provide!
>l ItUtl S. Ml
I......t : -. II "UI I ll<>ll>.-
iii i lade Com id.i, A'ithin kI*
i nl. mlar moi I.......f the
ili-i i.11:-: the wiiiio
nlll hi !
I d i Mi.i
iIh> -I July. \
.MU.T...N i: m \n \iii:i mkii
\. a li itor C.T.A
KI >VN i:i: .v. M v.NNHEl M
\itorne) ii.' '..'ui- iior. n
..... i >u|ionl i'i i/.i i i
.Miami, I lol i.l.i
T II, s 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREIIY C.IVEX thai
the undenditned, dealrlna i" eni
liualni undi i ihi fictitious mi.....
!'lh iTi m ;i: \ I'HERS .v MOD I". I S
It A I.I. Intends lo rertxter ~:.i'l name
With i he Clel k "I the I 'Il el.....tin id
I iadi i "ounty, Klorida.
HARRY KAXE
i sary r El i ii:i.sti:i.n'. Attoi m
7/31, \ 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63952 A
IX RE: Estate "f
JANET II ZEIENTZ
.....:.il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* I nd All I'ei koii- Hav-
ing I'la inn. ,.r Deinandr Aaninxl Said
Eatate
You ;n hei i,' notified and re-
. in ii i to i.....hi any claims and de-
mand! u lib h ) "ii may h.n e
the estate of JANET II ZEIENTZ
deceased late "f Dade County, Plor-
i,i;,. to ih, Count) ,1.1,1m-.- of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 788.18,
Florida Statutes, in thalr offices In
ih.. County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Klorida, within six calendar months
from the time of the flnrt publl
hereof, or the same will be bai n il
Dated ii Miami, Florida, this 24th
day of July, A 1084.
MYRON S ZEIENTZ
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the Slst day ( July, I94
By: MICHAEL C. PLOTNICK
An.,in.> f.n Executor
i.< Ainsle> isulldini:
Miami. Florida 3J1S2
7 SI, S 7-14-21
Hptfffed, beautiful and
ntlv cared for
urroundi.igs for our
tod loved onosar*
.' ii .'. .
, Nlll MA.I- ;l''V
M0 1-7693
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63424 C
IX RE: Estate ,,f
iisi-ai: .s ai.i,i:i:
I li'l'eajiell.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- .,: I innii,I.- Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re
quired to present an> claims and de-
mands arhtoh you ma> have against
the estate of Uacai .- Adler deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
i'i.imi> Judges "! bade County, and
file the sami In their offices in the
Count) Courthouse li Dade County,
l- li>i i,i... w alendar months
from the .i.ii,- ..f the first publication
be barred.
I1H1S CA1D1N
1 \.
CAIHIN ,v ROTH -
Altorni 1
M ami, Floi
T 31, ;-il-.'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63735-C
IN RE: K-!al. .if
IKVIXC HENRY STERN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All i'ersoni. Itav-
ri:- Claims or Demands Agaiusl Said
Kstate:
You ai, hei bj notified and re-
quired to pres nl anj claims and ni.hi,i- which ".1 ma) havi
tale "i \H\ IN' HENR> STERN
deceas. 1 lati ol I idi Count). lor-
thi int) Jutlges ul Dadi
1'..iml v. and file 1 he satni In iplli iti
and is iroi I I. il In Si i tlon T:: I 16,
Florida Still in thel offices I
i ., Count) l'i i house In I adi >" .in-
r t,|i. w .linn -i\ call n.I.it 11
11,,iu he time ,,| Hi, in -l pub
hereof, ol il same ill be bin red
I luted .ii Ml iml, I lorlda, this
\a\ .'i July, a li 1964.
HETTY S. STERN
As Executrix
Flrsl publb ill ui ,,i iiii- in 11......i
the II 1st da) "f July. i!"><.
II iRO[,ll .1 COHEN
Aii 2761 L'oral \\ ..*. Miami IS, I-la
Tel. Ill 1-4781
T SI, i 7-14-21
!N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU01CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 8261
Fit VNK M I ,i .1:
\ -
HENKIETT'E I'ERI'ER
I,, :. dant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO HKNRIK I'ERI'ER
i IE, '!'" er Apt:-,
Uei ai bedi'iil \i nue
\Yl '
You, MENRIE'I I i: I'ERPI i:
heieb) notified thai .. Complalnl for
l i|von tin been filed .,-.. nl you,
.m.l you are quired i" sei \.....i"
of your Answer ,,: Pleading i" the
i 'omplalnl ..... I 'Is Inl III < I rm .
In Inn i'm".' Ni'w Dfflci -' Vi thin
i Indfri ) Road, Miami Reach, Flo Ida
and fill i.....' iln il Ans ei m Plead-
ng In tin e of the Clerk i
, 'Iri lit or before till
da) : Aii-ii.-' 1964. If you fall lo do
so, judau ill !: di fnull u HI I II
agalnsi you for the ., ided
in the '..ui"! ,i ti
This ii puld shed -nre
. ai li Week fin n-ui i nsei itl\e Hi eKb
in THE JEW l-ll li.i.|:il.| i\
IHi.NI-: AND ORDERED al Miami,
I lorlda, II ;' da) ol Jul). \ I
1964
E. It. I-EATHERMAN, I "li k,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
i-, Mi P.) C, P. COPELAXD
Deput) l,i k
H:\INC CYPUN I.AW iFFICES
S2." a rtnui i iodfre) Road
Miami Reach, Florida
: All. in.> for l'i null'
T 31, 8 T-l 1-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 8273
WILLIAM s SPANG,
Plaintiff.
\.-.
.;. .limit ii. SPANG,
Defendaul
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl 0.....IK M SPANG
2:117 Moiiroi \ i enue
Norwood, Cincinnati 12. < !i -
y,,,i an hei bj notified that Hill
,,t Complalnl for Divorce has been
filed agaiusl >ou, and you are re-
quired i" servi cop) of your Answer
or I'lend I mi ; Hill of Complalnl on
tin- plulnliff'i Attorney, KAY A.
,\ii'NSi i.n. :ii Ingiall ,ni Bui
Miami, Fl rid I and file Ihi
inn! Ait-'.v, ot Pleading In Ihi
,,i tin- .
,,r liefm ih. ... "i Vueust, "
If you I iienl b) de-
ll will h, for
It III, I'.lll of
Coiiqi
In
I ||i "... 1, -
THE JEW '"!.( iRIDI v N
IMi.NF ISli i iRDERED il Ml iml,
Florida, ihls J4 da) .,r Jul). \ I'
i: n i..:\ -HERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court, I'ade iuni Florida
(sealI It) M 4RGI'E'TE Ml RFl HID
ii Clerk
RAV A NUNS' '\
:u.i Ingraham I luildlng
Miami. Florid k 38131
Attorne) foi I'lalntiff
7 11, v 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL DISTRICT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7375
CARIDAD PEREZ
Plaintiff,
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I Li 'KKVi'li i PKREZ
I lefendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'In FMlRENCIo PKREZ
I' ii Box P
Mountain I 'ale. Ni Yo
yot" ARE HEREBY notified 11
:i Complalnl foi l h oree nan bi i
filed agalnsi you, nnd you are In
1,1 i .-.,iiit. ,l In serve .. cop) pi
answer to Ihe Complaint on ih-
mr- Rttornej l RSTER R'i-
KRS whose .....n ss is '.'21 N.W II
Street Miami. Florida, and file Hi-
,,- Iginal "f the Answer in the ofl i
nf ihi Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial
, ,it | and foi I md. Coin tj Flor-
ida "ii or I" '"" Ihe 19th da i or
AtiKust, 1961 In default of wh h the
i .in.,'aim ill I"- laki i. as -nl- --
,-,l In von.
I \'| |.;i -l,i. flit rtai of .Inn ,1961
IT i: I.EATHBRMAN
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Bj i- I- i'i.|'i:i.anii
T 17-21-51 I
IN THF COUNTY JHOOe-* CMIRT
IN ANn FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN OROBATE
No. 63682A
IN RE Estate '
IIEN.I \ Ml N I. I.EVIXSI IN
H,.,-, n
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i To All dlloi and VI Peru
tii^ 'lalnis oi l in.in,i- Again I Si
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\ .. i nt, hi bj >l .';- ,1
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lila, i" i he emu
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and
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f tl
heren
Hated al Mian P Id
dai of .1 \
I.YN S I.ITVINSON
Flrsl his i
i in f .1
MYERS, 11 KIM \.N *
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IN THE COUNTY JUPGF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTN.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58795-A
IN RE Est; te nl
ABR Ml AM C.INSIURCi.
Deci ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTlON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N- .'l'i. "E Is
I- in..I Ri pori and I I
fur Distribution and Final
idmlnisti'iil ir. C.T.A Ihe i
tati Mil; Ml M GINSBCRG, d.
. i nnd thai on tin
t., ih. H
i Dade i
Flo Ida. fo ippi al of said I
i fin distribution ami
rgi as Vdniinis rator, C.T V,
the esl ihi abovi -mi nied d
,;, nr This I ith .I.n of .1 nil. 1964.
BARRETT M Rl 1 HENHEKU.
Admlnlsti .H"i T A. ol I lie I
,,| ABRAHAM GINSISl'RiS. I Ised.
:;,.", i:i-. ... ne Building
Ml mil, Plot i-l.i
CAIDI.N RtM'HENBERG
Ml.-1 n, i
;.i i :..,,.i ii, Buihlini:
Mia..ii. l'i-,i Ida
24-31, 8 I
IN THE COUNTY JUOGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 63838A
IN RE: Estate !
MARY I'.Al'.l'.i i.n
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsi >
l-Tstnti
v n ai h.-r 'i,i nntifii ,i and n -
quired tn presi ul an) claims and -
mamls which >ou ma) have agalns
the estate "' MAP.Y BARRON de-
ceased late of l>ade Count) Florida,
to ih, Count) Judges ,,i Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sami In duplicate and
iroi : -I In Seel Florid i
Statuti -. in tin fici In tin i'n
i\ Courthouse in [hide Count), I
n six call
the i: ne of the I here-
of, lie W ill '.....
Dated at MiH : i -
da) of .1
IRYiNli II VI!
\ ICxi
Flrsl
the -'
i.N. 11A Y S e. <
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Miami, l-'i i
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 64C 8018
CORA LEE SMITH.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JESSE SMITH, JR.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yol .ILSSL SMITH, JR.
R, Idence Unknown
are notified lo serve ; oopj ,i your
answer to Divorce Complalnl filed
agalnsi you "n Plaintiffs attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. 12th
M, Miami, Fin and file oi
with Clark of this .',...,i on oi befon
:i-i ,,i August, 1964, ntherwls.....n-
l.lainl \\ ill I.....nfessed b) % OU.
IIATED Jul) 24, 191
IT D LIT VTHERMAN. I
(seal) B) : M VRGCERITE Ml iRfrMRD
in ci, rk
t ji, ;
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DAOE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 64C 8028
IRENE Mn.l.'i, MN
Plaintiff.
vs.
.IA.MKS MICHAEL MULLIGAN
1 i.-l.-n-l inl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, .IA.MKS MICHAEL MULLIGAN
1037 Tellei m .nue
Bronx, New York
are notified to serve a copy answer to Divorce Complaint filed
agalnsi i- on Plaintiffs attorney,
OK) >RGE NICHOLAS, SI2 N.W L'lli
m Miam i-.., ami file ,.i klnal
w it li Clerk ul I his Court on ,,i i
i i In i complalnl
w::i i,v you,
DATKI .....I
i: .IAN, i
ERITK MORFORD
. 'lei u
14-11, S T-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6
IN KIT IT-'........
ROBERT CHARLES II VAS
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah "redltors and VII Pel sons Hav-
ing Claims "' Demands Agalnsi Su
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired to presenl an) claims and di -
mamls Which you m i> liave .mam-;
the i'-i.ii, "i Robert Charles Una- de-
ceased late of i ..i,i. County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
ami flh the same In duplicate nnd as
provided it. Section 7M.16, Florida
statin.--, in lit. ; ofl iii ihe Coun-
ts i '"ii111.....se In Dade County, Flor-
ida, uIthin -i\ calend .. im nlhs I
the lime the flrsl publication here-
of, or the same ill l- bai red.
I i.n. .1 at Miami. Fl, ml... this
da) ,,t July, A.I) i
l.i il is .-- KAT7
l.i il IS HAAS
As Admit
i i i, ,i not Ice on
Ihe ii li .I.n n .1,1 i
MYERS IIEIM VN A SAIL \N
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