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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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0ew]ls]ti Flor idiian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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Volume :.
Number 32
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 7. 1964
Two Sections F:ic 20
Fund Allocations Raised as Major
Issue Between Two Zionist Groups
Claims Confab
Sets $10 Million
Culture Program
GENEVA .11'
ference^BD .l'Ai-li Material Chums
Against' Qerinanv concluded a
two-day session here this week
with the Creation ol a Memorial
inundation lor Jewish Culture
The initial capital ol Siu.ooo.ooo lor
"the new foundation came from
blloevtioM from reparations paid
f by Wkt Eeiniaiiy to Jewish vic-
tims of the Nazi I,.>:,>(,m-l
Grants from the inundation.
which will be incorporated in New
\'Ofk State, will bo "' available
Continued on Pane 12-A
NEW YORK (JTA) A
statement disputing a report that
the Jewish Agency executive had,
;:t its recenl plenary session in
Jerusalem, settled the question of
the allocation Of special fund- for
use bj General Zionists in their
constructive programs in Israel,
as Issued here Ibis week by
Jacques Torczyner, chairman of
the head office oi the World Union
oi General Zionists, which is
h< aded by Dr. Emanuel Neu-
ma n
The statement to which Mr, Tor-
rzyner t">k exception was made
last week by Mr- Hose 1.. Hal-
prill, chairman ol the American
Section of the Jewish Agency and
co-chairman of the World Confed-
eration id General Zionists, follow-
ing her return from Jerusalem,
where she attended the Jewish
Agency executive meeting. Mr.
Turczyner's statement mad
"We find it necessary to cor-
rect a report contained in a re-
cent statement made by Mrs.
Biro Bijart
A Prison?
BRUSSFl.s .ri'Ai
Citing Red Chinese -nine-,
a Belgian < athohc daih pub
lisbed a lenuihv article Ibis
week rep 'ilm:: that a l.iiU'
number ol .lew- allegedly
are "interned'' in Itiro -l?id
Jan, tibe once much -nubliciz-
ed Jewi-h aai nioinoiiN re-
public ill I he Soviet I'nion
"La Libre i',elcii|ue" as-
serted thai 'be soviet Fast
European .le.< live in an
"immense internment and
forced labo.- .-amp Indig-
nantly describim; the "in
human conditions" imposed
by the non Jew i-li local an
thoritic- on this "Biro-llidjan
hell," the Catholic daily also
assailed the late of Jews
throughout the Sov let t llion.
seeking to reiute the Soviet
Goyernnir:i; elamis thai
Jewtl in l!'i--;;i einov equal
rights
"In reality, anti-Semitism
flourl-l"'- throughout the
countrv on all levels of so-
ciety,' the daily writes. "In
these condition^, it is not
BSjrpri-'ii:: that, despite all
precaution^ taken by the ail-
thorit -. ori.oi of some of
the p. i Ucularlv el .qilollt
manilcstations of this anti-
strmti-m Horn time to time
reach the free world "
Rose Halprin relating to the
plenary session of the Jewish
Agency in Jerusalem. Accord-
ing to that report, the Agency
executive 'had settled the ques-
tion of the allocation of special
funds for use by General Zion-
ists in their constructive pro-
grams in Israel.' It is also as-
serted that 'the funds will be
divider* equally between the
World Confederation of General
Zionists, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Halprin and Dr. Israel
Goldstein, and tha World Union
of General Zionists, headed by
Dr. Emanuel Neumann.'
Huth of these statements are in-
accurate. The Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem has already dissociated
itsell from the above mentioned
report l>> terming it 'unauthoriz-
ed.'
"The question was not settled'
and there was no decision regard-
ing allocation. The matter was
referred to a subcommittee of the
Continued on Page 6-A
FOR WOMEN'S STORr PAGE 1-B
4,000 Delegates Expected Will
Attend JWV Convention Here
Supersol Market Director
Confesses to Arson Charge
ll D111C10H TtST
PACl 5-1
TEI WIV -- (JTA) Alan lv. police authorities announced
Feinberg, American-born director today, he said he wouid confest
The Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood
i- completely booked for the ti.nii
annual convention of the Jewish
War Veterans of the l.SA sche-
duled to start Ibis weekend.
"This means that over 4,000 per-
sons are expected to attend the
convention," according to Daniel
Neal Heller, attorney ol Maim
and national commander oi JWV,
"suggesting an infusion of new
and young blood into the organi-
zation."
The convention last met here
in 1962, and before that in 1955
Top among personalties ex-
pected to participate in the ses-
sions scheduled Aug. 9 to 16 are
John S. Gleason Jr., administra-
tor of Veteran Affairs for the
U.S.; Daniel Foley, national
commander of the American
Legion; Sir Barnett Janner,
member of the Parliament of
Great Britain, and immediate
past president of the British
Continued on Page 2-A
NATIONAL COMMANDER MfMfli
new blood
ol Supersol. Ltd.. Israel's Urges)
chain of supermarkets, signed a
confession Monday, according to
police, admitting that he had set
the lire which, two weeks ago.
destroyed the Supersol office and
warehouse here. Most of the
company's archives were destroy-
ed in the conflagration.
Arrested on suspicion of arson
last week, Feinherg had persisted
in denying tne accusation Final
so as to spare his wife and friends
who were ready to defend him.
In his confession, as summar-
ized by the authorities, he stated
that he had set the fire in order
to destroy documents that could
have proved he had made false
bookkeeping entries, causing
discrepancies in the firm's rec-
ords. He allegedly told the po-
lice he had falsified records to
Continued on Page 7-A
SAYS HE'Ll PICKET SENATOR'S QfEICE
Keating Threatened by Arab
For Ties to Jewish Voters
Arabs Warn French Aircraft
Firm Against Sales to Israel
LONDON (JTA) Thirteen
Arab League countries and five
Arab Gull nations have warned
the French aircraft firm of Mar-
cel Dessault it will be blacklisted
in three months it it does not stop
doing business with Israel, it was
reported here from Beirut.
The company makes the Mirage
and My.-terc jet fighters which
Prance has supplied in substantial
quantities to Israel. The Arab
boycott commissioner. Mahani-
mad llahub. also said that the
French Qrm must also cancel an
agreement with Israel for pro
duction oi aircraft spare parts.
In a related development, the
Arab League Headquarters in
Cairo instructed its New York
representatives to urge Arab rep-
resentatives at the United Nations
to ask the UN tor its attitude on
alleged -racial discrimination"
ngainst Arabs living in Israel, ae
cording to a Cairo dispatch.
charging that such discrimina-
tion exists, the League declared
the situation of the Arabs in so-
called occupied Palestine" con-
stituted a "flagrant violation" of
the UN Charter and the Universal
Declaration on Human Rights.
WASHINGTON Mohammed T. Mehdi. secretary.
general of the "Action Committee
on American-Arab Relations," an
liaqui citizen, drew a sharp i
hull when he sought to intervene
in the American election campaign
in an attempt to pressure Sen.
Kenneth I! Keating, New York
Republican, into adopting a pro-
Arab stand, this week.
Dr Mehdi had threatened to
picket the Senator's office and
-expose" him as "a captive in-
strument in the hands of Zionist
pressure groups." He also threat
ened to bring the Senator's -poli-
tical defeat" in the November
elections.
"Derpite your objection to the
extremism of Goldwater and
lofty references to your con-
science, in your continuous at-
tack on the Arabs in favor of
Israel, you :how both extremism,
as well as disrespect for the
feelinqs ef 80 per cent of your
constituency," Dr. Mehdi stated
in a telegram to Sen. Keating.
"If there were two million Arabs
in New York, instead of two
million Zionist Jews, you would
be blasting Israel and praising
the Arabs.
Your present activities on be-
hall ol Israel, which is for the
purpose of receiving the Jewish
vol.. relied your disrespect for
the feelings and position of the
Continued on Page U-A
AJCong. Officials Declared Innocent
NEW YORK (JTA) Twelve
American Jewish Congress of-
ficials who picketed the Jordanian
Pavilion at the World's Fair on
May 25 were found not guilty of
disorderl] conduct charges by
Judge Bernard Dubin in Queens
(aunty Criminal Court this week.
Judge Dubin held that the World's
Fair wa- quasi public property''
and was therefore no! exempted
from the requirements of the
First and Fourteenth Amendments
to the U.S. Constitution, which
guarantee free speech,
Howard M. Squadron, a Con-
gress vice president, said: "In
the early fall, we will meet to
consider what further steps our
or tinii.'tion will takeinclud-
ing the possibility of further
picketingto express our ob-
jections to the malicious and
insulting mural at the Jordanian
Pavilion."
In his ten-page decision. .Indue
Dubin rebuked Pair authorities for
Continued on Page 9-A


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Urge Pressuring Reds for Religious Freedom
GENEVA JTA) Al appeal
to *or!d public opinion lor
-a '-mural pre>>ure" on the
t Government to have reli-
gious -: cultural rights restored
Soviet Jewry ed here
._ht by the GT.ferer.ce of
Organizati as, the coordi-
:;. ,: major Jewish
in various countries
A -titement issued by COJO fol-
Dg the conclusion of a two-
nee here, expressed
deep concern" over the lack of
nciamental change in the
Soviet -rand toward the Jews in
the USSR. The statement con-
-ed the process of enforced
milation" of the Jews in the
Soviet Union, and said that this
threatened "to erode'" the
.cst Jt-i~h community
>rld
Participants in the COJO
conference included the World
Jewirh Conjress. 3 nai B rith,
American Jewish Congress, Can-
aeian Jewish Congress, the
Board of Deputies of British
Jews, the executive council of
Australian Jewry, the Jewish
Liber Committee and the Sooth
Africar Jewish Board of Depu-
ties. Official observers irxlud-
ed the Jewish Agency for Israel,
the Union of American Hebrew
Cor.gregati:ns. the Rabbinical
Ceuncil erf America, and Young
Israel.
The deieflaiei expressed appre
for the "growing under-
ling" in the non-Jew i>h com-
:or the plight of Soviet
; The;, appealed to the Sov-
on "humanitarian
4,000 JWV Delegates
Due at Confab Here
:r a of laruilies separated by
the ravages of war and the era
if Nazi persecution.""
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president
jf the World Jcw^h Congress and
TOJO chairman, expressed the
lope that the -liberal and progr*>-
:u .;, ti and force- with
,'nendly tic- to the Soviet Union
a ill bring even more ot their in-
fluence to bear" in >upport of
Soviet Jew s.
He reported he had concluded
negotiations with the Polish Gov-
rnment fur inclusion ct a Jewish
Ban m the memorial planned
>n the site of the Auschwitz death
camp, one of a complex of pavi-
lions memorializing victims of
'' various nationalities murdered in
Auschwitz. He said he had con-
\iyed appreciation"" to the Pol-
i-h r, \ernment for its eiforts to
keep alive the memory of the
martyr- of the Nazi era.
The delegates voted endor-e
ment of the memorial, and urged
Jewish groups to -participate ac
lively" in plans to make the Jew-
i-h pavilion a fitting monument
to Jewi'h martyrdom The
, be built out of a
Ancbwta barrack, will
be in the form ol a museum.
The conference also endorsed
unaiiimou-l> to mark the 20th an-
Diversarj >: the liberation of Nazi
concentration >amp. and n-iom-
mended that -t> constituent mem-
ber- take part in a comnumura
ti\e program in Poland in May.
1965.
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Continued from Page 1-A
Board of Jewish Deputies; and
Rabbi Morris Sandhaus. chief
chapiam erf the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U.S.A.
On Friday night. Aug. 14. there
...il be special memorial service-
for U.S. Col. Mickey Marcus, who
:,u_ht and died :n the I-rael War
of Independence, and lies buried
at VYe=t Point.
Dr. Abraham Duker will set the
too* for resolutions expected to
be presented at the convention
with a discu--ion. -Crisis in Ne
gre-Jewish Relations."- The JWV
,ates are expected to ;
high ir table of n '.utions
the question- of civil n^ht- ano
ism.
Dr Docker is director of lib-
raries and professor of history' at
y. sb I '-.. rsity. Also sche-
duled at the sessions are Brig.
Gen Edmund L Mueller, assist
ant divisional commander 2nd In-
fantr>. PI Benning. Ga.: Mar-
shall Miller. Department of Labor.
Division of Employment Services;
and Ted Berk man. author of
"Cast a Giant Shadow. the bio-
.rjpr.y ,f the late Col Marcus.
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British Trade Council Bows to Arabs
"if you give way to blackmail/a number of firms with Jcwi
you will have to give into more I directors trading with botb t i
blackmail later. There are quite Arab countries and Israel."
U.S.-Israel Pilot Desalting
Project Set at $100 Million
ibbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid,
sngratulates Rabbi Leon Goldberger upon being appointed
the Board of Trustees as new ritual director of the Temple,
labbi Goldberger was. ordained in Europe and will perform
he sexton's duties in the congregation, as well as assist Rabbi
Labovitz in adult education classes. Rabbi Goldberger as-
I turned his duties as of July 15.
tufus Learsi Dead at Age 76
C^NEW YORK (JTA) Fun-
eral services were held here Mon-
day tor Israel Goldberg, prominent
Apierican-Jewish educator, author
and journalist, known under the
. pen name of Rufus Learsi, who
died last weekend, aged 76.
Born in Bialystok, Russia, he
was brought to this country by j
Mr parents when he was a child.'
U|e was educated in the New York
Jyuhlic schools uni\ received his de
fcree from City College. Alter i
.'."teach iim history and foreign Ian-
ages in the city high schools. |
turned to writing. Among his '
;t prominent works were "Ful
ent. the Epic Story of Zion- j
' "Israel: A History of the
ish People," "The History of
Jews in America." and a mini-
of children's books.
He worked with both the Jew-.
ish Education Association and the
Jewish Education Committee,
founded and edited "World Over." i
and was editor, among other pub-
lications, of the Zionist Quarter-
ly and the Jewish Forum. He was
the co-author, with Dr. Samson
Render-ley. of the three-volume
"Outline of Jewish Knowledge."
One of his most important con-
tributions was the authorship of
the prayer to the martyrs of the
Warsaw Ghetto which has entered
the Jewish liturgy. The prayer
is now recited In Jewish homes
each year as part of the Seder on
Passover.
LONDON (JTA) Lord Inch-
cape, chairman of the Govern-:
ment-sponsored Council for Middle
East Trade, made plain this week ]
his belief that the Council had no j
choice but to accede to the Arab
boycott of Israel. He told a press'
conference that the Council
"might as well pack up" if it tried'
to encourage trade with Israel. |
The Council was formed to pro-
mote British trade in the Middle I
East, not excluding Israel. Lord j
Inchcape insisted that the Coun-
cil was "not trying to do Israel
down," but "it would kill the whole ;
thing stone dead" if the Council
included Israel in its program.
The Council is supported by the
Government, the Federation of
British Industries, and individual
linns.
In a related development,
Lord M.mcroft, the British Jew-
ish business leader, said he did
not wish to be renominated for ;
the presidency of the London
Chamber of Commerce. The lat-
est controversy over British re-
action to the Arab boycott de-
veloped earlier this month when
Lord Mancroft confirmed re-
ports that he had withdrawn his
candidacy in response to Arab
boycott pressures on the Cham-
ber.
Lord Mancroft said that a large
number of Chamber members
wanted him to renew his candi-
dacy but "this would merely add
to a controversy which is not of
my choosing and which I very-
much regret."
It was disclosed that a member
of the Chamber wrote to it that
JERUSALEM (JTA) Amer-
ican and Israeli technologists dis-
cussed here this week tentative
plans for a pilot plant in Israel
using nuclear energy to desalt
seawater at an approximate cost
of S10O.0O0.0O0. The meeting was
held in Premier Eshkol's office.
The overall plans call for the
construction of two nuclear plants
for the project. The first, to be
considered a pilot project for the
rest of the world, would be built
in Israel at a site still to be chos-
en. To be ready by 1970, the
plant would have a reactor of 800
thermal megawatt capacity, gen-
erating 200 megawatts of electric
power, capable of distilling be-
tween 100,000.000 and 200.000,000
gallons of water daily. The ex-
perts believe that a plant of that
size would meet Isreal's water and
power needs in 1970. A megawatt
is the equivalent of 1.000,000
watts.
With information obtained
from the first plant, the experts
believe they could build larger
plants. One such larger plant
is seen as a reactor which could
generate 1,00 to 1,500 megawatts
and capable of distilling up -:
800,000,000 gallons of water dail
The division of the estimat :
$100,000,000 costs of the pilot p);
as between the United States at
Israel also has not been deter-
mined.
The experts agreed that t -
costs of fresh water from the pil '
plant would be within the Cl
ability of Israel industry and
urban users. The cost would I
marginal for agriculture branch -
producing high-profit export.-, su< '
as citrus, but otherwise probal ,
prohibitive.
U.8. Ambassador Walworth B; -
hour attended the meeting, as cl ;
the Premier. The envoy said th.
the project would not only he ;
Israel with its water and electi
power needs but would also pi
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Volume 37 Number 32
Friday. August 7. 1964
29 Ab 5724
Jewish War Veterans
Are Convening Here
=h War Vetercns oi the
U 3.A. will hold :ts 6Sth annual
convention ct the Diplomat Hotel
in Hollywood from Aug. 9 through
15 South Florica taxes the oc-
:c;.c?. -o .veiczrre Amerces old-
est ve'erens' cigcr.:zat:on here
::: ..; deliberations.
JWV regards our community
winfe a particular Kind of favor.
at met m cur m:dst back in
? and. before that, in 1955.
Dcr.ie! Neci Heller, of Miarr.i,
natSonal corr.rr. _: ier of JWV, be-
.;eves that the current convention
A-..i attrack upward of 4.000 dele-
gates and members of their fami-
-ies and that tne record-beaking
number suggests an infusion of
new blood into the JWV.
The current racial crisis and
civil rights are expected to be
nigh on the agenda of discussion
during the Jewish War Veterans
deliberations. We can also anti-
cipate other issues of particular
concern to JWV: the Middle East
dilemma, the Soviet war against Jewish cul-
ture in its midst. neo-Nazi and Fascist activi-
ties across the globe, and America's posture
m foreign atfairs, generally among them.
Simultaneously, the National Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the JWV will be meeting to hold its
37th ennual convention, with a varied program
of workshops and leaders also scheduled. In
all. the JWV national gathering here should
make for interesting activity in South Florida
during the week ahead.
The Zionists in Battle
The split between the Zionist factions is a
sad comment on what has been generally oc-
curring within the Zionist movement during the
past decade and a hall
Diaspora Jewry, we suppose, is badly
enough confused in the matter of its relation-
ship to the State of Israel. It would be good
to be able to say that Zionism, at least, re-
moirn the singie force with the capacity to
clarify the confusion and knit whatever schisms
heve occurred since the reemergence of a
Jewish republic in our time.
Sadly, and realistically, the confusion of
diaspora Jewry seems to be reflected in the
confusion of Zionism, itself, which is now frag-
mented to the point where "Emanuel Neu-
mann" Zionists are in open conflict with "Is-
rael Goldstein" and "Rose Halprin" Zionists.
If the slakes were not so highthe fate of
Jews- -it would almost be humorous to sit back
and regard somewhat caustically the state-
ments and counter-statements issued this week
by Jacques Torczyner in behalf of Dr. Neu-
mann and Mrs. Halpin in behalf of herself and
Dr. Goldstein over the allocation of special
funds for use by General Zionists in their con-
structive programs in Israel.
Viewed objectively, one might even sup-
pose* that neither side has the same interests
at heart and that the babel of language is
totally unrelated either to Jews or to Israel.
How sad for both!
that, after all. "it would kill the whole thing
stone dead" if the Council included Israel in
its program.
The decision follows on the heels of the
recent London Chamber of Commerce move to
oust Lord Mancroft as a candidate for president
of the Chamber because of his Lordship's reli-
gious affiliation. Lord Mancroft is experienced
in such things: Some six months ago, the Nor-
wich Co.. Ltd.. asked him to leave its board for
similar reasons.
Both organizations acted out of submission
to the Arab boycott against Israel. Norwich
almost immediately apologized and asked
Lord Mancroft to resume his position. The
Chamber is now doing the same thing. In
both instances, his Lordship has properly and
proudly refused.
We can hardly expect the British Trade
Council to follow the lead of Norwich and the
Chamber, especially in view of Lord Inchcape's
attitude. And now comes a related move, not
in Britain but in France, where thirteen Arab
League countries have warned Marcel Dessault
of blacklisting unless the aircraft company
stops selling its Mirage and Mystere jet fight-
ers to Israel.
France has been Israel's major supplier
of arms against the massive tide of war mat-
eriele piling into Egypt via the Soviet Union.
The Arab purpose is clear. It remains to be
seen how strong the French company will
stand aaainst threats of blackmailwhether,
unlike so many British seem to be doing these
days, it will tell the Arabs to mind their own
business.
Now it's the French
The British Trade Council this week open-
ly confessed that it is giving in to Arab League
pressures in the matter of doing business with
Israel. Lord Inchcape, chairman of the Gov-
ernment-sponsored Council for Middle East
Traoie, explained" the action by remarkina
The Third Dialogue
The American Jewish Congress is plan-
ning its third annual "Dialogue in Israel"
scheduled this weekend for Haifa. We hope
the outcome will be more bearable than last
year's.
In 1963. the dialogue featured a sour lot
of American intellectuals who couldn't care
more about Israel than, in fact, they care about
Judaism. What the purpose of it all was still
remains a mystery.
Perhaps the current dialogue, ignoring
precious American writers and thinkers who
mainly write and think for one another, will
emerge with more vibrant conclusions for in-
terested Jews to oonHer
:<
QNCE UPON a
** Charley John
man from Starke
as governor. I
mighty unkind th.
about him. But th.-
Committee that
name early thi>
a rather dntdah i
name of decency; ...
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posters that used to dot the Florida highways. I arr. read)
hatchet. The Johns Committee has done more than m
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warrant of the National States Rights Party
done so in a manner as to call to the attention cf thinkin, .^,en m1
"the activities of one organization whose name we be. j >'*?
misleading, and whose principles we believe to be con'-,-y ..
precepts of good citizenship.'
In a 15-page report, the committee declared: Toda
of hate have made capital of hiding behind the facade .-"
tism and waving the banner of anti-Communism With I
thus cloaked, they have made converts who umritting
undermine the very causes in which they devoutly beli
is dismissed the National States Right! Party, which >
that Jew-Communists" are batted the civil rights nu.\
report mi-iht as easily describe the Birchites who kidnapp
in San Francisco last month.)
Thus is dismissed from the Florida ballot in No
NSRPs candidates for President and Vice President Jo
of Nashville Tenn and J B. Stoncr. of Atlanta but'
talist anti-Negro and anti-Semitic prototype.-, characten:
Johns Committee report as formerly connected with i
such a- the I'mted White Party. Christian Aau-Jewii
Unite, various Ku KJua Klana ami tin i
S> for example, in the final days of '.'
upon thi i S Housi of Representatives to pass .. resolutii
stating t.'iat "Jews are the children of the devil." ;
quoted in the Atlanta Constitution as categ i d<
"Hitler was t< o moderate
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OTMK fACtTi Of THI STOKY
I/asper will BE remembered aa ;i leading rigun
anti-segregation riots in th. South He -
Miami to .lie in the oblivion of his attempt to ma-
the aegis <>f the late David Hawthorne's Dade County Pi
ers Asaoeiatton, a tiaeue-thin group never really thin i
its purpose Association meetings, for example, always
the >ale ol Common Sense.'' the New Jersey anu-Scmit:
published by Conde McGinley. who ha- also since passed
All of this i- merely part of the story. The Johns
has singled out at least two NSRP supporters as ptayii -
role in the recent St. Augustine race riots: Ston< i. the p.,
be \ ice Presidential nominee, who aims to make ben
crime punishable by death," and C. C. Lynch, a ferns* r
in California turned preacher, now associated with tl
Christian Defense League, which urges white CJjnatiens
Jew- and Negroes from the nation.
These are rather commonly known facts about thi
some of its leaders Less well publicized highhghts
tionally interesting information. For example Edwai
another NSBP leader, and Stoner were indicted by a I
ral Grand Jury on Sept 23. 1!)63 in connection wil
accompanying the desegregation .if three Birmingham
Birmingham, incidentally, is the hometown of The 1
the party's vitriolic monthly, which in its January, 1!W>
lured a picture story on kosher meat slaughter and gel
liataes Such inflammatory anti Semitic pieces as "Jewish I
der." Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and once reprint'
with be-tial illustration- a copy of Julius Stretcher's Der
A STtUAK AKAr Or LtADlKSHIF
THE SEPT. 23 indictment charged the duo with consp.
teen days earlier "to overpower the police, cross poln
and commit depredations.' The day prior to this action
tacked city officials at two open-air rallies, charging] the-
gaging in a '-Jew-Communist plot to mongrelixv the nan
succulent details about National States Rights Party lead
the following:
Item: On April 1. 1963. James K. Warner, a.-sociat
"The Thunderbolt." was convicted of trepassing on li
Alabama property and sentenced by a Tuscaloosa court to -
in jail as a consequence, the week before, of having picke'
Arthur Dean, the United States disarmament negotiator
Item: Robert A. Bowling, activity coordinator for '
arrested in Atlanta, also on April 1. 1963. charged with St)
parking meters.
Item: In March. 1963. in a San Bernardino barroom
brothers. Neuman and Rufus Britton. officials of NSRP in
were convicted of battery and disturbing the peace: wfc
C. Lynch, the ex-lemon picker whose activities in Florid
being placed under surveillance as a result of tile John-
exposme. was found guilt> ot disturbing the pence.
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MU/WG ON THl RIGHT TKACK
ITEM: IN MONTGOMERY. Ala on April 25 I860, tl
States Rights Party candidate for Vice President, A
Crommelin tl'SNR Ret i. voiced vehement protests on i
when police removed 18 pickets from the front mg. Picketing featured anti Semitic and racial slogans
Att. Gen. Robert Kennedy s riant to the Governor of All
Item: NSRPs Bowling, charged in Atlanta with park
picking, once organized and led the National White Amor
until it merged in 1962 with NSRP in the deal, the V
Rights Party acquired Bowlings former Atlanta head;
the same time. Bovsling became the partv's aetnitv coor^
Item: On September 1. 1963. the NSRP featured "Acini
at its annual convention in Montgomery. Crommelin. a
Semite, was joined on the rostrum by. among other-. V\
worth, former radio star and Atlanta radio announcer, d
his station when Butterworths Klan connections became I:
Robert DcPugh, of Norborne. Mo., leader of the :Mi emist
One can. of course, go on and on. Suffice it to sa
Johns Committee, in this instance, has acquitted itself v
old railroad man from Starke seems finallv to be rollr
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v-Mwisti noridttajn
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en. You sec the glow of hope other unfortunates are awaiting
for a wonderful future in "their hTheir turn for emancipation in the
eyes. You see green fields of all beautiful land of Israel. It is up
kinds produced by the people who [to you to save lives, invest in Is-
have been helped through the rael Bonds, give to the Combined
Combined Jewish Appeal, Israel Jewish Appeal, give to the J<
Bonds, Jewish National Fund and National Fund and give to Hista-
Histadrut. drut.
They will never forget what you
have done'for them, and this year
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
Miami Beach
kimi Beach District of the Zionist Organiza-
>n c; America inaugurates a summer mem-
Kship drive. Twenty-two members of the
Itrict'fl Membership Committee meet at the
tore Cub Hotel for a special breakfast. Lead-
oi the committee pictured ('.eft to right) are
lis- 1. Rudnic!:, national vice president of
)A I en Giller, president of Miami Beach
Zionist District; Herman Weintraub. member
of the National Executive Council of the ZOA;
Louis Rabinowitz, financial secretary of the
district, Joseph Mechlow, chairman of the
special membership drive; Sam Rosenkranz,
Jacob Schacter, Israel Schenkman, and David
L. Trask.
Wife Took Lie Detector Test;
Shielded Husband on Big Charges
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
itegration Was Not One-Man Job
TO*" Tht Jewish Floridian:
ish Floridian and Ed-
|d Cohan were most kind in the
lur i me in your July 31 is-
0n< correction, if you will.
ever-
,ucc':.-z.il integration of the
Je Schools was achieved before
Quality Education Committee
he in;c being. The juxtaposition
uld be unfair to those School'
Bi.l members who labored so
dUge: tty to make integration
fk 611 .. -sfully.
JACK KASSEWITZ
Chief Editorial Writer
Miam News
HTO*. the Jewish Floridian:
recently returned form Israel,
I want to tell you what the
ited Jewish Appeal, Israel
Ms I nd Hi.-tadrut are doing
the newcomer*. On the same
on vhich I arrived in Haifa
Harbor ..me many newcomers
from Africa. Europe and
etkei i-. The only question
that I -;.. d on the ship was "What
will l.MCTT.o of us'" "Who will
meet v Will we have houses?"
"What '..ul become of our chil-
dren" Who will take care of
fathers and mothers?"
The buyers of Israel Bonds, the
givers to Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and Histadrut should have
seen their faces when the UJA
people met them with open arms
as if they wen- their lost brothers
and sisters. You could not have
kept back your tears, if you, too.
saw mothers and fathers hugging
their children and crying for joy
because they got such a reception
from the peoplefrom people they
had never seen or known.
Automobiles were ready for
them to take them not to camps
but to their permanent homes.
The sick were taken to the
Kupat Cholim Hospitals. And
this is not all that Israel Bonds,
UJA and Histadrut are doing for
the newcomers. Jebs are pro-
vided for them through Israel
Bonds, schools for children from
the UJA, and all kinds of trade
and agricultural schools that
bonds make possible for all.
Come with me to the homes of
those who arrived in Israel two or
more years ago with the help that
you gave through the Combined
Jewish Appeal, with your buying
of Israel Bonds and the gifts you
gave to Histadrut. There, you
will see happy homes, children
who speak the laguage of the coun-
trv as though they had been born
there, and parents working at
trades for which they are best
suited. You will also see factories
built where they can pursue their
talents And new farms are
blooming, made possible from
your dollars and cents that you
gave to the Jewish National Fund.
You are carried away with a feel-
inu of blessings that help was
made possible for these newcom-
TEL AVIV (JTA> The1
American-born director of the
Supersol, Ltd.. supermarket chain
was ordered held for IS days this
week on charges of forgery, em-
bezzlement and arson.
Magistrate Shlomo Rosenfeld or ,
dered Alan Feinbcrg. a founder
of the chain of seven supermar-
kets, held on the charges. Fein-
herg, 33, was accused of setting
fire to the Supersol office to de-
stroy the evidence. He was ar-
rested earlier in the week follow-
ing a July 19 fire which destroyed
the records of an auditor's inves-
tigation into an alleged discrep
ancy of about $1,300,000 in the
chain's inventory accounts. Sup-
ersol's principal stockholders are
Canadian Jews.
The magistrate issued the re-
i mand order after hearing a
charge by Chief Inspector Ben-
jamin Seigel that the defend-
ant had forged company stock
records and that he had started
the fire to destroy the evidence
after being ousted as managing
director.
Mis. Feinberg. who was given
a lie detector test during inter-
rogation, said her husband had
-pent the entire night of July 19
Jt home.
Feinberg pleaded not guilty to
all charges through his attorney,
Shmuel Tamir. who told the court,
that after the alleged fraud had
been reported to police in June,
the defendant went to Canada to
meet the board of directors and
returned voluntarily to Israel.
The attorney also said that when
Feinberg was asked to do so. he
surrendered his United States
passport. The attorney asserted
that these were not actions hkely
from a man accused of forgeries
and embezzlement
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Friday. August 7. 19^
AJCongress Slates Third Annual
Israel Dialogue This Weekend
By Special Report
IERUSALE11 The third an
al "Dialogue in Israel" spoil-
red by the American Jewish
iBgresi will take place here and
Haifa this weekend with B dis-
" Iguished roster of American
il l.-raeli panelists.
".)r Joachim Prinz. president of
e American Jewish Congress.
U head the American group,
uch will include Prof. Edmund
i ihn. of New York Universit)
I h School, distinguished legal
.ilo>opher: Prot. Gerson Cohen.
10 holds the chair in Jewish his-
r> at Columbia University; Prof
.than Glazer, author and sociolo-
. -t: and Rabbi Emanuel R-uk-
an. of Yeshiva University, a
ader of the "liberal" winy ot
The Israeli "Diologue"" part'.-i-
n'*. announced this week, in-
. ide:
Former Attorney-General Gid-
eon Hausner, who directed the
- rosecirtion of Adolf Eichmjnn;
Aluf Shtomo Goren, chief chap-
aln o* Israel's Armed Forces;
. nd Cershon Shocken, editor of
-ne influential Israeli daily
Ha'aretr."
Israeli* who will partici-
.nclude Prof. Zvi Ankori. of
the history faculty at Hebrew
University, and Ya'acov Katz.
Hebrew University professor of
sociology
Theme of the 1964 Dialogue"'
'ill Ih' "The Issues (bat Unite
Us." according to Dr. Prinz.
The dialogue will seek to ex-
plore "those areas of Jewish life
that link American Jewryas the
largest diaspora communitywith
th- people of Israel.'" Dr. Prinz
said.
A new and significant feature
ol the im dialogue will be the
use of simultaneous translation
equipment so that American and
Israeli participants may speak in
the language most familiar to
them and so that Israelis who do
not know English and Americans
who do not know Hebrew may be
able to lollow the discussion.
Dispute Over Allocations
Rouses Anger of Zionists
CANTOR IEO MUCH
Visual Screening Report
A membership meeting of the
Dade County Optometric Associa-
tion will be held Monday. 8 p.m..
at the Everglades hotel. Presi-
dent Dr. Arthur Helfman will re-
port on the lree visual screening
program now being conducted by
the association for children be-
tween the ages of 4 and 9 as a
communitv service
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Beth Am Youth
Attends Camp
Of Reform Group
Ted Silver, new ly-elecled presi-
dent of the Youth Group of Tern
pie Beth Am. is attending the
Southeast tamp Institute at Cleve-
land, Ga camping session for the
National Federation of Temple
Youth.
Following the session, he will
remain for the regional board
meeting of the Southeast Federa-
tion of Temple Youth in which he
v ill be joined by Marcia Orovitz.
daughter of Mr. and Mr- Maurice
orovitz. now serving as i regional
hoard member.
Ted i the son ol Mr and Mrs
Morris Silver
On Aug !). those attending from
Beth Am wiU be Jack Goldstein,
Ted Silver, Marcia Orovitx Rich-
Abel. Jack Gunther, Patti
Abel, Paul Freeman and Bruce
Tall
Cantor Urlich At
Agudath Israel
Cantor Leo I'lrich has been en-
gaged for the forthcoming High
Holy Days at Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute, according to an
announcement this week by Wil-
liam Cohen, president.
For 12 years. Cantor Urlich has
occupied positions in St Louis and
Greater Miami.
He will be heard at Selichot ser
vices Aug 29 at midnight and on
Ro.-h Ha-h.ina. beginning Sundav
evening, Sept. g through 8 as well
as Yom Kippur, the evening of
Sept 15 and all day Sept 16
Rabbi Isaac E\er. spiritual
leader ol Agudath Israel, will de-
liver all sermons and assist Can-
tor Urlich in the services and re
sponsive readings.
Continued from Page 1-A
Jew ish Agency w hich is expected
to submit its recommendations for
an interim solution for the period
between now and the World Zion-
ist Congress, due to convene at
the end of th:- year The recom-
mendations ol this subcommittee
will be considered in due course
b) the Jewish Agency executive
B4 a whole."
Mrs llalpnn. replying to Mr
Torczyner's statement, -aid -Since
I was present at the meeting oi
the Jewish Agencj executive at
which the decision was made, and
Mr. Torcxyner was no! let me
give the following tact- which
were confirmed by cable from
Jerusalem upon my inquiry, when
I learned of Mr Torczyner's mis
leading denial.
"At a meeting of the full exec-
utive of the Jewish Agency, held
on July 8 the minutes of which
I have before methe executive
decided to divide the Fund
equally between the World
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division. The Halprin-Golosteui
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such sums as it and the subcon
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hardship of "living activitu -
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French Police Hit Secret Neo-Nazis; Arrests are Made
Joe:
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Kornreich (center) wins the essay contest sponsored by
:.: Beach Post 330, of the Jewish War Veterans, on "My
old Heritage Americanism and Judaism." The contest
students in the graduating class of Mesivta Senior High
cl and the Hebrew Academy. Kornreich is shown ra-
ng a painting, "Menorah of Jerusalem," from Andrew
.da (right) and Auxiliary Chairman Minnie Hopen. The
:! also received a check for S250 toward a scholarship
needy child.
Director of Supersol Markets
Confesses to Charge of Arson
Ctntinued I'om Pane 1-A
show that the business was suc-
cess-. I whereas, in fact, "the
situ.r en was not too rosey," con-
ter.c -t that no one had actually
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benefited from the falsification
of the records.
The police report said that Fein-
bcrg stated it had taken him 24
hours to plan the fire. He said.
allegedly, that he had left his
home one night, without his wife's
knowledge, and set fire to the
warehouse where the firm's rec-
ords were stored.
After announcing Feinberg's
confession, the police authorities
added that they had arrested an-
other American. Moshe Yehuda
tleinman, the company's control
hr He has been remanded for
five days, pending further investi-
gation. The police authorities
.-;;i ed of physically aiding Peinberg
in setting the fire, but is accused
ol helping Peinberg with some of
the record falsifications
Peinberg, who is now an Israeli
citizen, is a graduate of Hebrew
Union College, former holder of a
Fulbright Fellowship, and had
been a volunteer aide in some im-
port a nl archeological work in Is
rael
PARIS (JTA) French po-
lice uncovered a secret French
neo-Nazi organization of more than
100 active members throughout
the country. .Nine adults and 13
minors have been arrested and
charged with plotting against "the
security of the state."
Acting on orders from the State
Security Court, police officers
swooped down on cells of the
movement in Paris. Marseilles.
Lyons and other centers. They
seized anti-.lcv< sh and anti-Ne
gTO propaganda material, as well
as Nazi emblems, pictures of Hit-
er and explosives.
Police officials indicated that
they believed that the French or-
ganization was part of the World
Union of National Socialists, and
that it was also in close contact
with Colin Jordan's British Na-
tional Socialist party. Police
sources said that a number of for-
eigners residing in France, parti-
cularly of "Anglo-Saxon origin."
were believed implicated and
would soon be expelled from
France.
French security agents have
been watching the neo-Nazis for
more than six months. They ob-
tained their first definite lead
in a riot provoked earlier this
year by Nazi elements who
stormed a Paris cinema where
Socialist students were holding a
meeting. After the riot, Patrick
Lemaire, identified as head of a
right-wing organization, was ar-
rested. Documents found in his
home led the police to the 13
minors, all residents in Reims.
Among those arrested were Yves
.lanes. 41. believed to be the
"fuehrer" of the French neo-
Nazis. Police found in Janes'
home Nazi uniforms, emblems,
pictures and secret documents.
The confiscated files seemed to
Indicate that the organization's
only "political ideology" was rab-
id racism. anti-Jewish and anti-
Negro. The organization was
planning a number of "intimida-
tion operations" against businesses
owned by Jews and Negroes in
France.
Police said that Janes was a
former French volunteer in the
wartime "Watten SS" of Nazi Ger-
many, and a long-standing mem-
ber of Nazi -secret organizations
which operated in Algeria when
il was a French colony. Another
suspect was Claude Carrier. 31,
an engineer, who visited Britain
on a number of occasions to con-
ter with Colin Jordan, police said.
Enrollment At Temple Sinai
Enrollment in Religious School
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be held one day a week, combin-
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Registration tor pre-school age
children in the nursery and kin-
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der way.
Mrs. Yvette Cole, director of
the preschool, announces that due
to the increased enrollment and
expanded program of the school.
joining the
Mrs. Frances Heilii
teaching staff.
Mrs rleilig has B Bachelor's de
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the four-year-old group in the
vicinity for the past six years.
Rabbi Schiif on TV
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leader of Beth Fl. will conduct the
Jewish Worship Hour on Sunday,
11 a.m., over Ch. 10 WLBW. His
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Friday. August 7. 1964
By: EDWARD COHEN
Businessman Finds New Life in Poetry
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Teaching 12th
graders in ;i re-
|j ious school
adults al
the University <>t
Miami bent on
Discovering Modem Poetry" of
>rs no problem in adjustment to
Ifred Boas, ;i businessman
hose ai ocation is teaching
High school seniors are at
icted uh the same problems
- modern poetsless a concern
>r tite spiritual than lor the
mgiblc Because the} speak in
?day's idiom, teen-agers tend to
i ick, to seem obscure. Like
le modern poets, they are icono-
. lasts and thus difficult for
iosc of another era to under
and without study Yet. as
>meone said so well, This is
m that is hard to under-
and. but easy to love'."
Common Denominator
With the local poet. Aliee Boyd
-lockdale. Boas last spring
mnched tho poetry discussion
rojp under the aegis of the
Diversity's Division ol Confin-
ing Education, and it was such
success that it will be con-
quer! this fall as The World
f Poetry" with most of the same
tudentsa varied group ot
ousewives, teachers, profession.
i and businessmen.
' If there is any common de
ominator in the class, it was
n initial sense ol outrage that
lev could not seem to compre
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social career
hend the moderns; although al
most all were people with de-
gree- They wanted to know
the gimmick; ot course, there is
none but to understand that
poetry of every age has only two
level-, both sensual, of sound
and feeling. Word-worth and
Hrowninu were called 'obscure'
in their day. and what people
of nui generation mu-t do i-
adjust to today's idiom.
"Modern poets use an imag
cry that i- often so personal you
can sometimes onlj guess at the
mi aning An older poet said. 'I
am master ol my late.' but with
nuclear war and total human
extermination lacing us lor the
first time, people have a but
tomlev- feeling that none is
ma-ter ot that fatethat only
minor thing- are within our con-
trol
"It's no wonder, then, that the
modern poet has turned inward,
that so much of our writing is
subjective. Aren't we the mo-t
Rabbi Skop
Will Officiate
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of Tem-
ple Beth Shirah. ha- returned
from his vacation, and will con-
ducl the first services of the new
i a Son this weekend
!,'> gistration for the Temple's
Religious, Hebrew and Nurserj
Kindergarten schools i- being held
Jail) from 9:30 to .5 p.m., and
Sun lays until noon.
analyzed, probed people of any
age' it a shadewland, but the
area of greatest interest for the
man who write- with sensitivity
today."
Group Dynamics
As a teacherhe taught Bng
lisb at Hie University of Pitts-
burgh belore a live-year World
War II tour of duty as com-
mander of a tankerBoas is a
lirm believer in the technique ol
group dynamics for both his
young students at Temple Is-
rael and the adults at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
"Reading poetry out loud to-
gether, learning to listen pat-
iently to the inarticulate and
hesitant has provided a dimen-
sion to comprehension that in
many eases wasn't there before
"I have a feeling that intelli-
gence and education are not
enough; our age has shown that
something else is needed. Good-
will, brotherhood, social concern
and awareness develop out of a
classroom situation where every,
one is of the same value and
everything i- weighed on its o>\n
merit.
Advancing Judaism
"Judaism has been concerned
traditionally with anybody not
getting a fair shake, as it were.
In a group where it l- evident
that each one is entitled to the
same share >>i dignity, we have
advanced one of Judaism'.- most
precious tenets."
Quotations from moderns like
Frost and Audcn, Shapiro and
Roethke How as easily from him
as do the words of Donne and
jonson Ueginnmu m Septem-
ber, in addition to running tho
two Lane's Men's Shop- in South
Miami, his university poetry
class and vice presidency of the
American Jewish Committee, he
has added an adult class at
Temple Israel to his rush school
teaching there because "while
religion hasn't solved many of
our problems, it still remains our
best hope."
Thus, it didn't seem to be a
quotation out of context, as he
was preparing for a Mexico
vacation to work on his book and
his courses, that he gave as a
favored line "Ah. but a man-
reach should exceed hi- grasp,
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*JfW isti ntrididun
Paqe &.
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crv#ces
a.m. Bar NfTUvah: Charles, Ron (
Mi. and Mra, Maurice L. Uhrllc-h.
TEMPLE BETH
TEMPLE MEKOBM. 620 7Btf| !
Conservative. Kaobi Mayer Aora
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avi.
Rabbi Isaac Ever.
MID. s.mml.-iy :30 n.m.
Survival <~r the Jewlxh
in Cohen, president, will
kliliinli.
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I SHALOM CONGREGA.
Mb SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
RBrael Kershner.
SliUvab: I'.onl.
KuImti Ttutner.
f Mi
nd Mm.
RabSi Morton Ma'at's.;0 Can or Jftum Waterway. M.d.rj. TTM
Ernest Steiner. ',0"f cBi,.b? Euqene Labov :
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BMES. 2533 SW 1 BHve. Rabbi Abraham S'.h-
waftav
^HviO 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
k Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
RMrllliam W. L.pson.
(fc.m S\.tillll;,y <> n.m.
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ML, 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
:. Rafctoi Solomon Schiff.
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[TM ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho-
l Berel Wein
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CANDLEUGHTING Tf/ME
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba.irngard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
>4
BCTH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
AvSJ OtWiocl" Rilii- Tibor Stern.
Cantor aJBUii- Mamchea.
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BETH KODFSi HOI SW 12th Ave.
Modern T. i ; Rabbi Max
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Life!" i:M i ..i Tin- l'..rii..n ..f Hi.
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TEMPLE BETH SH:RAH. 7500 SW
120th St. ReconstructioniM. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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Cantor Miw,-e Neu. liuhitl after vacation, ICabbl Mki.p
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RJabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
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Evldaaa." S::: KNfllaTfl ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Srif.
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MIAMI MACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
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MINYO*AIRES CONGREGATION.
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By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Hebrew Academy
The calendar marks the loth
flay of Tishri as Yom Kippor,
the Day <>f Atonement. Tradition
h;is it that this sacred atonement
period is nm one day but rather
a period of 40 days, commencing
with Roan Chodesh Klul. which
begins this Sabbath
The Torah relates to n> that
Moses shattered the first Tablets
upon seeing his people dancing
around the golden calf. He
prayed that God forgive His peo-
ple for their iniquity.
Mis fervent supplications were
answered, and God gave His
people another chance
On Rosh Chodesh Klul, Moses
again ascended ML Sinai and 40
days later, on the 10th day of
Tishri. Yom Kippur. Israel re-
ceived the Second Tablets of the
Law .
It is no wonder then that the
month of Klul has such deep sig-
nificance for the Jew and
arouses within him feelings of
solemnity and majestic awe.
''Even the fish." we are told,
"tremble in their waters during
the month of Klul." "Rise ye
all to the service of our Creator
for it is the month of Klul," the
towncrier of old summoned the
Jews of the "shtetl."
Finty days mas seem a very
long time to say "I'm sorry" to
atone for our wrong doings. But
to the Jew, Yom Kippur is not
merely a day of confession; it is
rather the climax of an inner
realization and a spiritual re-
birth.
It is needless to enumerate
and to mention the Tablets that
we have broken knowingly and
and unknowingly during the past
year. Intermarriage is ram-
pant in our midst, our children
are unlearned in the ways of
our Torah and traditions, our
sons and daughters refuse to
identify themselves as the chil-
dren of Israel. And is it not
obvious how so many of us are
still dancing around the golden
calf and casting aside idealism
and Jewish volues?
But now the month of EIul
summons us with the daily blast
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chane
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor David Conviaer.
l"ri.!n> 8:1S ii.in. Pnipit mi.-t. Rabbi
.Frank b'incher. Sermon: "The Man
Who Shaped the Jewish People." Sat-
ni-i.iy 10:43 ii.in. Cantor William Roy-
al w|i| ill.nit niii-i, al IHll'tlollH ut all
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Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. i man. Cantor Leo Urlith.
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Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip- Ave. Consei vative. Rabbi He- /
, Pr- ,. Wernick.
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|' ';'!'-- '"' "; 'i i Orthodox. Raobi Sherwm Staube
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Poverty Mill. Saturday II a.m. I
Mltzvah: IMani. daushlw uf M
-Mi-. William Koberta.
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second golden caff
of the Shofar proclaiming, "Arise
Ye who sleep All is not lost."
True, we have broken tablets,
but we have the ability to fash-
ion second tablets as did Moses,
our teacher in the cradle of our
history. Today we dO not have
a Moses to pray for us. Bach
.lew, therefore, must feel the na-
tional responsibility for the spiri-
tual rebirth of his people. This
is the time for everyone to hear
the piercing call of the Shotar
and actively to identify and to
show concretely his sincere de-
sire to bring about the accept-
ance of God's Word.
It was the humble, sincere and
devoted prayer of Moses that
averted a national disaster then.
Let us also remove the arrogance
and conceit from our hearts that
we may, on Rosh Chodesh Elul,
begin to pray for a year of Jew-
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their failure to remove the mur-
al. "It is my opinion that the
Worlds Fair authorities mighl
have made some effort, whether
legally bound or not, to have the
Offensive mural removed. They
objected to one defendant exhi-
biting an innocuous placard, yet
a mural is allowed to remain
which many people feel creates
hatred and bigotry against a for-
eign nation and a race and people.
The reasoning seems to be in-
consistent." Judge Dubin also
cited "the background and parti-
cipation in community service" of
the 12 leaders which he said
made it "evident that none ot"
them had an intent to provoke a
breach of the peace."
nl the committee.
The two chairmen have cal
upon the school's Board oi f)ir li-
ters to be prepared lo meet I ..
influx of students from every s
linn of Dade County and Hoi
wood who will pass through '-
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our community, and their r-
sponse to the call of Jewish ed.
cation in our school has bear
most gratifying," Louis Mer-
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Harry Genet, chairman of I -1
Financial Committee, reports tl -
his committee has discussed I
possibility of purchasing a n
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accommodate the ri.-ing numl
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Friday. Ac*ju: 7. 1964
I IVrife as f Please
By am ALPtRT
The Flags May Fly, but Will the Athletes Stand the Gaff?
Haifa
WHEN THE
flags o f
the nations pa
rade around the
b i g Olympic
stadium in Tok-
yo for the 196J |
\v o r I d Olym-
pics, the blue _
and white of Israel will be
then with the rest, in token of
the participation of a team Of
some IS Israeli sportsmen But
when the winners in the re-
spective events are asked to
come forward to receive their
medals, there is little expecta-
tion that anj Israeli will plaec
high enough in any event to
merit an award
Israel is a sports-loving coun-
try, but the conditions which
lead to producing of champions
do not exist here. Facilities
are lacking, and proper coach-
ing scarce. In America, the
four years spent on a college
campus are a period of intense
training, where champions are
nurtured. There is no such
thing in Israel as '"athletic
scholarships."' and even the
most promising of athlete- at
the Technion or Hebrew Uni-
versity quickly discover that
the pressure of their studies
leaves little time for the con
-tint practice which is so nec-
essary.
Furthermore practically every
Israeli youth spends two years
or more in the army. The pro-
gram here turns out good phy-
sical specimens, but the pur-
pose of the training is a much
more serious business than the
grooming of sports field cham-
pions. There is also an ab-
sence in Israel of the kind of
strong competition against
which the skilful sportsman is
honed to produce a champion.
In the selection of Israel's
Olympic team, certain stan-
dards must be met. The record
achieved up to sixth place in
the 1360 Olympics is set as the
level required for any athlete
who want- to go to Tokyo. In
recent months, hundreds have
sought to reach that level, but
few have attained it, even when
an additional two percent lee
way was allowed so that not
everybody would be disquali
fied."
Hope springs eternal, and the
Israel fans still look for mir-
acles at Tokyo. Much is ex-
pected of the team of rifle
marksmen who in their practice
here came close to the world
record. Gershou Shela. breast
stroke swimmer, has at home
given performances of interna-
tional standards. How he will
do at Tokvo remains to be
seen.
In pre-OlympiC competition,
we were frozen out before Tok
vo.
Israeli sports lovers : C sel-
dom discouraged by defeats.
Somehow a failure by .. I Is-
raeli team in an intern.: onal
lompetiton can always be con
verted into a "loss with lion
or" or even a "moral victory-"
But when the bicycle r.T" r, at
Home could not even k |1 ;,P
with the pace of the field, and
the swimmers came in <> far
back that they were aim- for
gotten, even honor could oi be
-,ji\ aged.
When the Olympic torco s lit
in Tokyo. Israel's blu ind
white will fly with tb. other
rlags. But will there any
additional "nach. lor
ra< .;-"
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
Pompous Failures Who Long for Their Green Youth
TO AN EARLY GRAVE. By Wallace Markfitld.
255 pp. New York: Simon and Schuster, 630
Fifth Ave 54.50.
W
derfully funny concoction, a new mark in that
burgeoning field of "Jewish-American" fiction which.
for reasons endlessly explained and barely under-
stood, is rapidly becoming a new category of Amer-
ica i writing. Ii Nabokov's "Lolita" swirled the cur-
rents of humor and sent them -pinning off in a new
and delightful direction, il Joseph Heller's uproar-
ious Catch 22" set even wider limits, then "To An
Early Grave" should also take its place as keynoter
of an advanced sophistication ol comic literature.
The novel gathers up four middle-aged Jewish
intellectuals. New Critics and little-magazine writers
of tenuous talent all. squeezes them together into
a Volkswagen, and off they go to find the Brooklyn
funeral parlor where their former leader, Leslie
Braverman, "a secondary talent of the highest or-
der." lies awaiting services and friends. Part-time
socialists, full-time and self conscious literati. Yid-
disbists by birth and upbringing and speech, they
are not really friends, but they are too pretentious
to be enemies.
By MAX LERNER
Who Killed Law and Order in Harlem?
WHEN THE BATTLE -lib-
side- and the victims
counted the worst cas-
ualty in the Harlem tragedy
v. ill be the frail body <>f pub-
lic order Unlike the his
torj "I Europe and Asia and
Africa, where for centuries
religious and racial groups
have murdered each other.
,he tradition in the big
Northern cities i>| America
has been to stop short ol
killing. The amazing thing
about New York has been that a melange of reli-
gions, nationalities, and races have managed with
exceptions to live side by side without death
their hearts Now that proud record is ended.
who killed public order in Harlem? The police
blame the Negro gangs, the Negro leaders blame
the police and the city officials, the Acting Mayor
blame- the agitators both social worker and soci-
Ologist blame the Harlem environment with its pov-
erty and slums and heartbreak
Which of them is right'.' No one of these In-
dictments tells the v hole story. Together one can
make a pa'tern ol them.
The environment theory by itself is too easy
for there have been worse slums and poverty in
Harlem in past years and they have not made a
battlefield of the Harlem streets Yet there is no
doubt that the pathos of the slum- counted, by
helping to provide the inflammable human material.
Nowhere is poverty meaner than in racial ghettos.
Nowhere is discrimination nastier than when it is
a boot stepping on the laces ol the poor. No moh
manipulator.-, could have stirred the mob to a lury
ol ilame if the inflammable material ol poverty
and despair were not there.
The cruel fact about the civil rights revolution
is that its victories have not ea-ed the bitterness.
Head the history ol the French Revolution, ol the
recent African revolutions, and you will find that
< aeh gain they made fed their intensity.
Then there was the incident. There is always
an incident that acts like a spark to touch oil the
inflammable material. For some months now we
nave known of the sullen anti-white hatreds build-
ing up in Harlem. Then came the shooting of a
boy by an off-duty policeman, and the boy's fun-
eral: they formed incident enough.
Finally there were the professional manipula-
tors. I am not talking ol responsible leaders like
James Farmer, who have had to show their mili-
tancy in order not to lose their following lo the
extremists. I am talking of the mixture as in
\iiieathe mixture of black fascism and black
Leftism, including black Communists A place like
Harlem, a time like oursthese are bound to spawn
movement- of hate and despair which are used
bj cynical men for their own purposes.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Don't We All Back God, Family and Country?
THERE WAS A Rail) for Cod, Fain
ilv and Country" in our town the
other day; and one came away from it
ing that rea-onable conservatives in
the nation would spring awake in time
tint tin- hew madness
A melange ol nativistic piety, deep-
tionism, over reliance on
I Officers, and contempt for
civil rights greeted the rallj partici
i |y and country are in trouble, a rally
llld conclude, Unless the Bible takes the
i oi the I on-i intkhi and ever.v body puts "Back Your
Local Police" -inker- on windshiends
\ thi h blushing disclaimers of John Birch Society
or-hip of the rally were placed upon the record,
the philosophy, literature and personnel identified with
Birchmen manned many of the booth.-: Bircbmen. in-
cluding Former California Congressman John ii. Rous-
-elot. the new public relations director of the John
Birch Society, spoke at the two-day talk marathon, and
the top logician ol the Birch Society. Robert Welch, was
honored at a SI.', a plate dinner in the cour-e of the
conclave
In such a jolly company, you might prettj well know
!iv now what you would receive lleniv Cabot Lodge
Mould be referred to bj ore ipeaker ..- "Hero*} Sabot
< e, the current surge for >i\ii rights would be labeled
a Communist plot, and the political career ol I'.arrv
Ivvater would be hailed, advanced, ami prayed l.ii
Sin Coldwater has denied he ;s a memlier of the
lohn Birch Soeictv and has placed on record the lact
that be has had mere violent arniimeou with Mr u,.i,i,
The non-hero is Morroe Ricff. the good schnook
who never quite made the in-group m the deai dead
Greenwich Village days, it is he who manage the
most honesty, couched a.- it i- m an < Mess sen-
timentality: "Leslie, he begged, intercede > me.
1 am no big intellect. 1 am no bargain. I itch
too much television. I read, but I do not ret I 1
am not lost, exactly, but still I am nowhere. I am
the servant of no great end. I follow the r-">m
mrndation ol the Consumer's Research Bullet" i"
For essentially and this is the sadness inch
lies at the root ol all good humor) they are pom-
pous failures who lon<: for their green youth when
everything was still possible, and who. tired new
and beaten, secretly love the comfortable n .
brow culture it is their intellectual dutj to abhor.
The book is lull of Jewish talk and jokes ar the
special kind of culture in-a-cullure peculiar t" .ws.
satirized with scathing tcndein .--
In fact, mv greatest misgiving and the
largest difficulty is that there Is a surfei of
privacy here, so that whole paits el the nov> will
be hardly comprehensible to non-Jews and thai sven
Jews of too recent generation will miss who nu-
ances Ol reeling and pattern I hope not. It I
really be a pity, a "sboden."
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Dangers to Diaspora
: aleiu
?HE five day sessi if the
' world ( xcctlliv e I the
World Jewish Congre held
lor the first time in Jl Ii ilcm.
sounded a stern wa i -: ol
the dangers lacing the life ol
the Jewish communitif In the
Diaspora. Some ol l ie facts
brought out in the i irse "I -
the deliberation- C I ie, no
doubt, a- a shock to ir ly here
not acquainted with rei -nt de-
velopments on the Jew i icene,
The major address, delivered by the YVJC p estdent,
Dr. Nahum Goldnrann, and the reports ol delegs from
various countriesespecially those dealing with the re
vival of anti-Semitismcould not leave one lii -d with
deep apprehensions.
We heard a comprehensive report on the lation
in Latin America, where anti-Semitism is far. led and
actively supported hy the Arab League The re -esenta-
tive.- of the Argentine Jewish community warned of the
danger of physical attacks, one could not hut ink ol
the word "pogroms." and while in Latin Am- Cl the
danger of anti-Semitism appears sharpest, othe. ".'ports
told about its growth in many other parts of the work!
posing in the words of I)i Cnldmann. "a potenti > threat
t< Jewish existence and equality of rights I Gold-
mann spoke of the existence of "a kind of an- emit>c
International based on contacts between the vai IS neo-
Nazi, Fascist and anti-Semitic movements."
And one could not but wonder, especially in IC lighl
of past tragic experience, about the adequai it the
course of action pursued hitherto ill oriler t imbal
this growing, old-new danger,
Indeed, listening to the deliberation-, one il I not
I'M reach the conclusion that the pattern ol J sh a<
tion requireg a radical change, one that would ".-ore
a more concerted and mure coordinated approai i by the
Jewish organizations if the hal >s ol
the hour are to be met
High on the session's agenda was the pr< Jam ol v
the present position and the tutor, i Bovlel Jewo
which, barred from maintaining it- religious, co omunal
tin
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1964
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llelelldlllll
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti>: Junior I*-: ii Mi i Mnald and
fllenna Mm. m> I'.'i.ai.i. lilt fe,
.71" Lasalne \\ nue
Bnrino, i"'II n i i.i
You are horeuj fled '".it the
above '-.ioii"n'l action has ,.,., n in-
stituted sgalnsl \..i In ihe Circuit
Court "f iii,. I,:.i, .ii ilreuli of Flor-
ida in ami for DADE County to fore-
close a norta*a?Ke upon ihe following
d, -,r.l,. .I real i.i-ei" rl> :
1...I :, Id., i ii nl revised Plal of a
Portion of C:\ftnL CITY. recirded
in Hat Honk .".7 at Pace 63, lieing
a reulal of a ]. CITY as recorded In Hot Book 57
at Paue -'" of Ihe Public Kecords
of 1 lade County, Florida.
You are i. iinr. d to fll.- your an-
swer i" plaintiffs complaint wiih the
ci.rk of the Rtureaald Court, and
uerve a copy thereof ul> plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN KINK, inh Floor,
Dade Federal RulMIng, Miami ::-,
Florida not lat-r than AujtusI 16, IM4,
or a Decree l'r. Oonfesao will be en-
tered .iirHiti-i you.
DATED: July -'. 'll.
K. ll. I.KATHKH.MAN
ci.rk of ihe >"Ircult Court
.s.ali U> : C. iv OOPELAND
l>e|i!it> Clerk
\l xRTIN PINE
aiio! : \ for Plaintiff
nth Floor Had.- Federal llld.
Miami :'.L', n.nl.l.i
7 84-31. > -7-11
To:
and
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7672
THIS Wlia,\Msi'.i i:<;h
-va-
CARMBN PI1 i.l.ll' cuP.lcx .n.l
---------> afJSl'"A. his imp. if
married, et
Depildan'
)TICE OF SUIT
Pllll.l.ll' CtilllCA
COU1CV, his
marrli d
en Street
rt, (Yinne.tleiit
it. h) notified that the
ne.l action has been In-
itial mil in the Circuit
Judicial circuit of Kim-
for Dade County to fore-
hcage upon the following
nl propi rt}
k 47 First Addition to
according to the Plat
irdi d In Plat Hook 60
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63952 A
IN RK: K-late of
JANET H. KEIEXTS
I ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1'i.d.i.i- .r..i All I', is..n- Hax-
iTiK claims or Dei.......is Againai Bald
Estate:
you ai' hereby notified and re-
quli i I lu pi eat 'ii :..' lalma u i rt d. -
ii.amis naloh you ma> havi aga -t
th, estate of JANET H. KEIENTZ
d.-.eas,.,i kite of liad.. County, Flor-
i.'.i, to the Col|nt> .lildyi i uf I'a.l,-
i Viunl y, ami I ill- lh>' -an"- in d
and |>rox id.-i In Seel
I 'l.....la Stal it,--. thi .....- In
Ihe t-ounti Courthouse In Dad. Coun-
ty, Florida, x> :hin \ alendar -
from the time of the flral publlcat on
.:- i he -.-in ill I" I-
haled ii Miami, Florida, this S4lh
ily, a.iv : ;
ilYHON s /.KIKNI/.
\- ,\. llol
l'ir-i publlcat Ion of this nol l< n
., lisi ila> i i
ttiCH >i.l. KLOTNU'K
Attoi n. J foi l'"\. '".ii. i'
Jas Alnsley llulldl .
m .... i. i'.'i Ida Mitt
: 31, T 11-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6618
I NITi:i> STATES SAVINOS RANK
. i)-' NEWARK. N.J.,
a Si w J< i- noratlon,
Plait.
\ H.
FI.V|.i:Y .1' INES, Tin-:.
In llankr iitcy, el al,
1 '.I, el..lit.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Mav--; t Ann Lopel Rodrlguel
.md i, i- Rndrtguee, her husband,
,1, no, I'NKN'iWN.
if remarried, their unknown
spnus. a, I llx us ami if dead, 'h.- un-
known nelra, devisees, aaslgneus,
grantees, legatee*, llenors, creditors,
trustee^ nr other claimants, ctalmlng
by, through, und. r or agnlnst the
abovi named d. f. ndanis who may be
,1.-.-. a-< d.
you are hereby notified that the
above captioned action has been In-
stituted uaainsl you In ihe Circuit
Court of tin Judicial Clrcuil of Flor-
ida in and for DADE County to fore-
close mi rtgage upon the following
.1. b. d i il prop. rt> :
l^.t :'". Block Cl TLER RIDGE,
SECTION THREE, accordlns to the
Plal th. of, i. corded In Plat Book
.'.7 Bl I'a-. s;| .,! the I'uhlie Rl dn
..f i-ad. County, Kloii.ii. together
with Aluminum Venetian Blinds and
folding door.
You are required to file your an-
kxv. r to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk ol the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copj thereof upon plaintiff's
attornej MARTIN FINK, uih Floor,
Had. Federal Building, Miami :i^,
Florida nol later than AUKnst -', lHiil,
or a Decree Pro Confeaso ill he en-
tered against you.
DATED: July 30. I*4.
i: I!. LEATHBRMAN
Cl. rk of the Circuit Court
is.al) By: C P. OOPELAND
I 'eputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
aiioi ii. y for Plaintiff
nth Floor i'a ie Federal Bid*.
Mia mi 32, Fioiida
7 34-31, S 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8261
FRANK M PEKPER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HENR1ETTE I'KKI'IK
I ".fen.lain.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< HENR1ETTE I'KKPr.U
Apartment USE, Tower Apts,
4l'oi cathedral Avi nue
Washington, I >.c.
you, HBNRIBTTE I'ERPER, are
h..i.i.\ notified thai a Complain) for
Divorce has been filed againai yotif
ami you are required to serve n copy
of your Answer ..r Pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney,
Irving Cypen Law offi.-.s. x:'.", Arthur
Godfrey Road, Miami I teach, Florida
and file il......'Izinal Anawer or Plead-
ing .n ih. nffl of the OIi ik of the
Circuit Court on or before the 31st
da) of August, 1904). If you fail to do
so. Judgment >>> default will he taken
Hgalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
This notice -hall be published once
ea.-h week for foui consecutive w..-ks
in THE JEWISH I- l.i >lill 'I AN.
lioNi: AND ORDKRKI) III Miami,
l lorlda, this 21th da) of July, a 1 >.
1964,
E. IV LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Out mi Court, Dade Ctounty, Florida
is.al) l:> : C. P, Cl li'ELAND
IVpui \ Cli rk
IRVING CTl'BN LAW MILKS
S23 Arthur :...if.. > itoad
Miami Bench, Florida
Attornej for Plaintiff
7 ::i. 7-11-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
'Jewish Fkridliairi
solicits your legal notice)*.
We> appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Hietl Fll 3-46*5
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63761
IN RE: Estate of
SAMI KL Kl KIEL
.. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T
am' All
I '. inds
Person-
Againai
i ml I--
.. ml rii -
nga i ti st
Ft Ml EL
i'. .mil y,
above
stlluted
Ida in
. lose a
desert!
Carol
thereof, re
^laVf "f the I'ul.In- Records
f Pane County. Florida.
Tou are > : ., < i
swisr to piaintlfPs complaint with
tha Clerk of tin- aforesaid Court, mid

thereof iiiMin plaintiffs
ARTIN FINB, Hth Floor.
ral PnlldlnK. Miami 3
t later than August 21.
'ro COOfessO will he
^fcln.-'
DATED: 1'ilv in. P>.'.l
i: LEATHBRMAN
Oh-rgTof ihi- Circuit Court
gr P COI'KI.ANH
Hepuiv Clerk
serve
ITorid
entered
| v M*RTTN FINF
. "V Xtornnv for Plaintiff
Bldg.
BBLJhtdc I-'ederal
itida
7/17-24-31.
8/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63735-C
IN RE: Estate of
IRVINU HENRY STERN
1 ..-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
'ilnis or 11. ii.anils Against Said
Estate:
l ou are h.T.hy notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of IRVING HENRY STERN
deceased late < Dads Countv '"'-
Ida, to th. Count] Judges of Dade
County, and file th. -aim- in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7:l3.i,,
Florida Statutes, iii their offices |n
the Countj Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within sin calendar months
Irom the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Mi mu. I' rida. this 22nd
dav of Julv. A.l>. 1961.
BETTY s. STERN
\s Executrix
Flral publication of this notice on
the nist day of July, l>4.
HAROLD J. COHEN
\ 11. rnev for Executrix
27i:i Coral Way, Miami IS, Fla.
Tel. Ill 4-47S1
; ;i. I 7-n-.'i
All
1 It, \ in'-- Claims or
Si III I:-!..!.-:
You ... ; ereby nol Ifled
i to i ... in any i lalms
... i you
I.....'state of SAMI'EL
Of lade
he Count! I idgea i '
i indi and fill the same In
duplicate and ..s provided in Section
7",: It, Pirn Ida Sta i ui s, In ii" Ir ol -
flee* n Ihe 'ountj Courl house In
i ad.- .111,1 Fli rlda, within six ral-
itha from the time of the
firm public tlon hereof, "i th" same
will In bar d
Dated I Miai I, Florida, thli 10th
day of luly, K.D. "'
AINKLEE l: FERD1B
\. Executor
l'ir-i publ al i"ii of this notice on
the 17th dax of Julv. 1964.
MNSI.Fi: R, FERDIE
Mi., neii for Executor
Suit.- 2"2 831." SAY. I..-J. line ltd.
Coral Gables, Fla.
7/17-54-81. S/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8273
WILLIAM S. SPANG,
.plaintiff,
\ s.
.; ILDIE ii. sp\Ni:.
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti.: GOLDIE II. SPANG
2817 Monroe Avi nue
Noi wood. Cincinnati 12, *11.-
Y-.ii are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Blvorce hav been
fil.-.l againai >ou, and you are re-
quired i" serx'e a copj of your Answer
or Pleading lo Bill of C.....plaint ..n
the plaintiff's Attorney, KAY A.
MiN'soN". 340 Ingrahum Hullding.
Miami. Florida 33 ill and fill Ihi orlg.
Inal Answ.r or Pleading In the offk'e
of the chrk of the Circuit Courl on
nr before ihe 31st !.!> Of August, 1964.
if you fail I., do s,,. ludgmeni bj de-
fault will lie iak.n againai you for
Hi. relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This noii.. shall be published once
each w.-k f>r four consecutive weeks
in TI1K JEWISH FL4HHDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, iliis 24th .lay of July, A.D.
1904.
K p.. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
circuii Court, I'a.l. c.iiniv. Florida
is. all By: MARGUERITE MORFORD
Deputy i 'l.-rk
RAY A. MI'Ns. IN
::iu ingraham P.uikline
Miami, Florida :'.1HI
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 31, 7-1 1-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF _-r
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A N r.
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7964
JOROF. VA2UI KZ.
Plaintiff,
VS.
I'All. \ ILDELIZA VAZQUEZ,
I Ii fi ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: PAULA ILDEMZA VAZQI Z
'all. .".1 N... I5S4 .Hire ISA > '
Mat ianao
Havana, Cuba
TOU ARE HEREBY notified t>
a Complaint for Divorce has >>.
I Hied against you and you are hen
requli d t" serv. a copy ol your I
Iswer to Ihe Complain! on Ihe Plal
lii'f's attorney, LESTER ROGER
wii'.s. address .- '..l'I N.W, llth Strei
Miami. Florida, and file tile origil
I of the Anaw. In the office of t
Clerk of th. Kleventh Judicial Clrot
in and for Dade County, Florida,
or before the 26u das ol August, 19
..ill of which ihi "omplalnt x
. akeu as confessed by > ou
I \ti:i this 17th da\ ..f .lull. IS
E. IL LEATHBRMAN
i of i he nciiil i ..nil
-,., i U> : M IROUBRITE MORPO]
i.....i v l 'I. rk
7 U4-31, 7
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
bv X'lrtue nl Chapter 67f of Florlds
Statutes Annotated 11941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ACE-R.B, VAN LINKS, INC.,
a l loi-uia corporation, bj virtue of its
war. lions, lien, has in ii- post i"M
ih, following described property:
Furniture and Household Posses-
sions As the property of Mr. and
Mrs. Iliis,-., 82| s.W. (4th Parkway.
P. nil.io..|< Pines. Hollyw.....I, Kin., and
thai "ii thi '.Is! day of August, 1'14.
during thi I'-KHl hours of sale, mailip
between ll:no forenoon and 8:00 In the
afternoon, al -i"' N.W. 24th Avenue,
Miami. Florida, Ihe undersigned -hall
offer for sale to Ihe hlghesl bidder for
cash in hand the alsivi doerribed
property of Mr. an i Mrs. Hlasco, III
s.xx". gith Parkway, Pkmbrvok Pines,
Hollyxv.....I, Fla.
I Hit,.I ai Miami. Florida, this -'Hth
dav of July. 1964.
Ai'K-lt.li. VAN LINKS, INC.
1/31, 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRSUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64 C 8379
SAM SATINSKY,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
SYI.X IX s VTINSKV,
Defl ndant.
ORkJcrt OF PUBLICATION
Ti SYLVIA SATINSKY
I'M Centei s-.-i. \ni No. 21
Soul ii Hnveii Mli hlgan
y, hi a. h. i. ii"' Ifli rt Mi..' n
complain! for Idvorce has been
anaInsi \ ..ii an l you are i. nerx'i i knswei r I'leitd
Ing i" said ce.. aim o
attorn, ys, RA1 MAN ,x IR'HII i, ""-'
Vinali Hid l 33133
ami fll.- ih. ansxvei or I I. ;nl-
itn; in il...... he I "In uit Clerk
i.n or Pel. i da Sepi
p.ill. II \..n i I ; do so iuilj
i.\ defaull w ill bi taki n ... .nsi you
for the i ii. f d. ins ndi d In said i om-
pla int.
, i INE and ''Ii 'BRED ill Miami.
I this :'- ill '- "i Julj. 1964.
E. II. I.KA rHERMAN,
Clrcuil Co i Cli rk i lade
i '.oil!, \. I-1"' i.la
By C. P. OOPELAND,
i pill i "lerk
RAYMAN .x IM'HIG, AltJ
OS Alnsli y Bids
Miami, Flol.ua.
T-81, 8-1 14 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ihi: Is HEREBY CIX EN tl
the undersigned, desiring to enga-
l in business under the fictitious nan -
of GROVE BAY Vll.l.AUK
i: .\ K PAY VILLAGE Al'AI.
MENTH at number KIRS South Bs
i...... Dr. In di. City of Miami, Fi<
,' nt. n.ls i" r. glster the said nan
With ih. Clerk of the Circuit Co.
..I Dade County, Florida.
p.,I. .1 at Miami. Florida, this 1
da> ol July, 1964.
BURTON F, GOLDBERG
SPONDER \ND BLOOM
BV PHILIP ULIM'M
Attoi m v foi Applicant
p'.ii N.i:. i25th sii.. i
North Miami. Florida 38161
7 17-24-31,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLc "
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63582-B
In RE: Estate of
ROSE MEDNICK,
...........I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All Creditors and All Persona Bj
Ins Claims or Demands Against .'s.
Estate:
V.,ii ai.- hereby notified and r
quired to nresenl any claims and .1
ninnds which you may have agaii
ih. estate of ROSE MBDNICK d
ceased late of Dade County, Florid
I,, the Count] Judges of Dade Optl
iv. ami file the same in dupli.'i.
ami as provided in Section 733.V
I Florida Statutes, In their offices
the Countv Courthouse in Dade CoU'
w, Florida, within six catena
months fvin tin time of the fir-
, aii.n hi .f. or the same xx
I... l.ail-.-d.
11 ted at Miami. Florida, this 1
,,av "1" July, XI'. 1904
.IMK MBDNTOK
STLVIA WEISS
\ ~ Executoi s
]-. iii tlon of tti
Pith da' .1 il} 1964.
BYRON I. SPARBBR
n. v for Executors
| Im- .In Ri ad
iii Ii, I- lorlda
7 17-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl (TICK is HEREBY GIVEN th
,i. i <|gm '. .! string to ens
mi ;. r the i letltlnus I ami
LVTBUNITY JEWELRY al 11
I Me Highway. Coral i ii I
, intend to i-esjister sa -l nan
with the Clerk nf the Clrcuil C"
'l .-.111!.'. Fll
I.F- HKRKER
I lORt'THY SOHKRKER
\ i'.. Pa in. rs
STERN, Hl'TNER BAXTER
p. \\ nil im x Sn in il
Attorn, x h foi I n. a
7 14-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY H1VKN that
the undersigned desiring to ensjagi in
business under the lletltlnus name of
TERRY KKY PERSONNEL at '-".11
N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florida, in-
tends In register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT E, GOI'LDBN
Bi iii-D' r
7 17-'.'l-:'.l. x 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business nnder .'.. fictitious name of
SALS TAVERN ..I 810 N.W. L'7th
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to
rhetister said name wiih the Cl.-i k ..f
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
i-1..rid...
BBRAFINO h-M.l.AYi H.I.1TO
Roll 'w ii. r
STEPHEN KKSS1 ER
Attornej Cot Vppllcant 7 17-24-81.8/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63646 B
IN RE: Estate of
S XKAII Sil.l'.KKMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All On dltn ml All P. is.. -
Ina Claims o Demands Agalnsl Sal
Estat. .
Y"ii ai-.. hereby notified and '
quired to i.' eni any claims and de-
., .is which \i u ma\ hav. gain
thi estate of SARAH FILBERMAJ
,i.. ,i i.i. I i 'a.h- Count) Floe-
Ida, i" th. County Judges of Dad
County, and fill thi same in duplical
and as provldi i in Section 733.14
Florida Statuses, in their offices i
ih.- Count) Courthouse In Badi Cout
ty, Florida, wl v calendar monttl
from the ii.".- of the first publlcatli
hereof, or ih,. ..uiv xill l.e barred.
i ..!. .1 ai Ml i : .Florida, tl 7.
dav of July, v L>. 1964.
HIP.' N SILBERMAN
A I FRED STEIN
i- Bxi cutora
p -. bllo on nf this ni I
thi Ii da? of luly, 1964,
SIM. IN, II XX > ,x 1RUNDWERG
\--. foi Ei
:'."1 '.in- i-y BjI Ins
7,10-::-:


F^ge 12-A
> ttmti fir riHU^nn
Friday. August "
Conference Set Up $10 Million Culture Program
Continued from Page 1-A
to Jewish -cholar- and Je\w-h cul-
institutions throughout the
Id, Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
viaiiiis Conference presid
said Ho declared that the role
<.f the Claims Conference a>
>poke-nu.n for Jews entitled to
individual restitution and indem
i would "Just
gislati in pro-
.:- these areas in West <<'
many, we "ill continue our ef-
forts." be -aid.
He also reported to the ses-
sion on recent negotiations held
with Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
and other West German Gov-
ernment officials by the senior
officers of the Claims Confer-
enceDr. Goldmann, Senior
Vice President Jacob Blaustein,
Treasurer Moses Leavitt. In
those talks, Dr. Goldmann said,
a partial scccess was achieved
in recently approved legislation
voting a fund of 800,COO,000 marks
S2000C00001 for refugees who
had become eligible to file for
claims for movable properties
confiscated by the Nazis in oc-
cupied countries.
! that the on-
[or a t
Keating Rapped
By Arab for Tie
To Jewish Voters
Continued from Page 1-A
majorit) of the
[ N< Y iK." the telegram
ol the Iraqi said
sen K' .:;:- replied Since
an American <.:
. iesl on your qualifi-
.- --.".ik for the citizens
]| .
rurthermore. it
would seem inappropriate lor
an Iraqi to '.ik.' any
> i in .1 Unit
- tes elec! >n As to picki I
i> your committee, I am
liar with its activities an.i
appreciate having report
meniher-hip
: an indication ;.- to
il is appropriately r<
tered und< r the term- of the For
b \ at ni Re iistration Act "
000.000 marks .S100.000.0001 and
that the Conference was
gratified that we were instru-
tal In doubling tl Is sum Me
.(I out, however, that the
more important sought-for legisla-
tionindemnification for i
victims \\ho have received noth-
ing because they could not file d for groups of German reft
i-\ the October 1953 deadlinewas from the East .md bj the fact that
' ,U pending and will not be de-
I ati : in the West German Pai
n ''lit until the coming fall.
"Our hands have been strength-
ened in th's respect by the tat-t
>s have been remov-
an additional 35o.imhi 01 them
now entitled to compensation," he
added, "Refusing similar consid
n to Jewish n fugees >uld
in a dclinitc act 0! discrimina-
He explained that the
ference had rejec
1 [-man offer to set up .,
ind for Jewish victim-
from Iron Curtain countn
1 he 1953 deadline. "Wi
,>ant a limited fund -
them." he -aid "W h.
I are entitled to the -
nification benefit -
\ ho were in a pot
aims befi re I h< rfc adline
'ho*
file
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Miami, Florida. Friday, August 7, 1964
Section E
JWV Auxiliary in National Meet
MRS. BlUNAKD WANDER
national liaison officer
t Beth Am
members recentl] welcom-
i>> Temple Beth Am. 59M
I- k> ndall Dr., arc.
B" and Mrs. Joshua ECliger-
7805 Crespie Blvd.; Mr. and
Gilbert Strauss, (>!:>5 sw
St.; Mr. and Mrs, Samuel
stein, 6815 SW 89th Tit; Mr
Jack Gottlieb. 9835 sw
St.; Dr and Mrs Allen K:ii/.
SW 82nd SI ; Mr and Mrs
lie Kaye, 6899 SW 92nd St.
. and Mrs David Knornber,
SVi irtth Tcr ; Mr. and Mrs
Id Malin. 1261 Dickinson St.;
and Mrs. Shainuck, 37 S. Pros-
Dr.; Mr and Mrs. Abner
ion, 66550 SW 95th Ave.; Mr
Mrs William StOSSer, 9 -4.""111 Tcr Mr and Mrs. Hob
Tepper, 7820 SW 95th St ;
Henrietta Hirsch, 989 Al-
MRS. LOUIS DFUTSCH
Deportment of Florido President
The .')7th annual convention of
the National Ladies" Auxiliary of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A. Will be meeting here Sim-
ultaneously with the national en-
campment of the JWV at the
Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood
Irom Aug. 9 to 16.
Florida Department of the
Women's Auxiliary will be serv-
ing in important capacities dur-
ing the convention led by Mrs.
Louis (Bhoda) Deutsch, president;
Mrs. Bernard (Lenore) Wander.
past president of the Florida De-
partment, and presently serving
as national liaison officer for the
a si'iary convention; and Mrs.
Bi in imin i Daisee B, I Haberman,
a pasl national president and also
ting as national liaison officer
t the convention.
The National Ladies' Auxiliary
Convention highlights include the
following events:
Sunday, Aug. IRegistration
II (lay. There will be a prescn-
'ation to the Veterans Administra-
lion Hospital at Coral Cables of
Furniture and lurnishings tor the
Outpatient Waiting Room. Ac-
cepting the presentation will be
Dr. Joseph Frankel, executive di-
rector. Also on the program will
be Mrs Bertha II. Samuels, past
national president, and national
chairman oi VAVS; Mrs. Sarah
Nemon, also pasl national presi-
dent, and national hospital chair-
man; and Mrs. Reba Brown. Flor-
ida VAVS representative.
I m Lp 4 p.m. there will be
., presentation t.> the Haven
S 'hool hi South Miami. Program
will include Dr. Robert M. Mc-
Key. chiel pediatrician, who will
accept a Junior Tompkins Aspira
tor with table and Remwal Laii^e
Instrument Sterilizer. Also sche-
duled are Mrs Ruth Kornreich,
past department president, and
national chairman of welfare; anrt
Mis. Sylvia Phillips, chairman oi
I he Department oi Florida Child
Welfare
Monday, Aug. 10 At 2 p.m.,
workshops on organizing, Mrs
Bertha Greenbcrg, chairman, a
past national president; mem-
ber-hip. Mrs. Rose Schorr, chair-
national service vice prcsi-
: -a Junior Division, Mrs Iris
; iltch, ehairmai past department
president; and leadership, Mrs.
pi Goldhagen, chairman, past
:! pre- nil nl
Other w rkshops will include
. i munit) r.....ions, Mr-. Jes
vilz, chairman, past depi
Continued or. Page 2-B
MRS. BtHJAWN HABIRMAN
national liaison officer
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
WANT
night to New York [or Dr
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal
week ml then a Sabena jet
Brussels for several days in
capital of Belgium Next.
Merdam a n d Copenhagen
Kl-e they will live for live or
days in the home of a prom
pit Copenhagen dentist .
Kt leg "i the Journey, a sight-
ing tour through the Hans
ri-iian Anderson fairyland
tntrj ending in Fredriekahav-
. Alter a short stopover
Gothenberg, Sweden, five
- in Stockholm, a Folklore
lUr will take them to Oslo.
Bough the fiord country to Rer-
an on the west coast of Nor-
ia> ... A rail trip on the fast
tpress Hydrofoil to Stavanger
< "ii the Miih i ;n > I illowed
f\ a cruise on the MS Astrea
ross the North Sea to Rotter
lani. then overland to Paris .
the energetic and adventurous
Duple won't be back in Miami
until the first o| September.
Huge birthday cake a n d
bandies, buffet -upper with all
the trimmin's, and 30 guests ap-
pearing suddenly to shout "hap-
py birthday" at the surprise
barty for William Friedman's
f5th anniversary last Saturday
Hosts were bis children.
Budge and Mrs. Milton (Sylvia I
Friedman and Rosalind and Rer-
iird Sutta Gala held in the
ittas' Coral Gables home .
Reunion of some of the Pi
imbda I'hi boys recently when
Femberg and wife Elaine
artained at an informal splash
irty and supper at their home
Fraternity brothers and
tuaea poolaide included Stanley
id Martha Cohen. Lou and Ruth
fechsler .
[Three unbeatable reasons for
Eileen and Murray Levine to
navel north to Hendersonville,
N.C. Leaving this week to
visit offspring .lack ll. Jonathan
8 and Felicia 7. at lamp .ludea.
Future bride, Arlene TUrchen,
members of the wedding party
and relatives guests Saturday at
a iuneheon in the Cafe Jardm
Suisse Charming group of
hostesses were Mis Anne Drey
er, Myia | Mrs, Aaron) Fan-.
Anne (Mrs. Morris) Alpert. and
Frances (Mrs. Charles) Oppcn-
heim Gathered round the
festive board, Mrs. Sylvia Tur
chen, mother of the bride: Mrs.
Sue Margoiis, the bridegrooms
mother; Harriet (Mrs Stephen)
Margoiis, who will serve as
matron of honor; and brides
maids, Linda (Mrs Peter S.)
I'erkel. Miss Elaine Cliau-ky.
Eva (Mrs. Dave Levy and Miss
Marlene Karp Wedding bells
will ring for Arlene and Law
rence David Margoiis this Sun-
d >
On a tour Of the northern conn
tries of Europe, Rabbi S. M,
and Rose Machtei took a brief
look behind the Iron Curtain with
a short stop in Leningrad.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Russell Brand.
ot Woodmere, Ll.. bouseguests
last week Oi her sister. Mrs. Jen
nie Gordon, and her mother,
Mrs Ida Hart/. .
Recuperating at home after a
-lav in Cedars ol Lebanon fOT
surgery. Mrs. Cecil Myers feel-
ing better every day Daily
visitors giving her a chance to
thank personally the many who
kept the mailman busy with
cards of good wishes and lined
her room at the hospital with
beautiful floral arrangements.
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rabies Girl Leads
lew Dance Group
Linda Rovin, daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. Sol Rovin. Coral Gables.
,s formed an Israeli Dance
roup which had its first session
Monday night at Temple
Imanu-El.
i over 30 participated in the
nitial class which will continue
meet on Mondays at 8:15 in the
temple. Assistant instructor is
leggi Yanich.
I A teacher of Spanish at Pal-
letto Senior High, the lovely 24-
|var-old Miss Rovin is also an
ctress at Studio M and has taught
ancing at Beth Am. At 16. the
fiiie-cved beauty was chosen by
Fred Berk, of New York City, to
erform throughout North Caro-
jia with an Israeli dance group,
Sid later was winner of a Hillel
cholarship to the University of
lianii
|The early part of this summer,
arkhaircd Linda attended an
.xaeli Dance Workshop at Hcn-
fersonville. N.C.. where the in-
tnsive program covered 40 dance
putincs. choreography and teach-
ig methods.
Miss Rovin plans to work to-
wards a Masters degree in folk
lance at Columbia University in
ew York City.
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Mrs. Robins
At Temple Judea
Write Elephant Sale
Following a short business meet-
ing on Thursday evening, Aug. 13,
Education Committee of Tern- Robyn Tubin Chapter. City of
pie Judea announces the appoint! Hope, will have a white elephant
ment of Mrs. Ellis (Malka) Robins sale at First Federal, 125th St.
as supervisor of the Hebrew School' and th Avc. Donor credit will
1 Department D0 Pvcn '"r items purchased, and
Mrs. Robins holds a national \ refreshments ill be served.
! Hebrew Teacher's license, as well
. a* a license from the Bureau of
i Jewish Education, where she was
I one of 20 teachers honored re-
I cently. She is a member of the
I Hebrew Educators' Alliance and
Brooklyn Couple
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Mrs. Robins is the author of a,
Hebrew book for children pub-i
lished by the Committee for Jew-i
ish Education of New York.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., couple, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Schw immer. are
the winners of Yuban Coffee's
1964 Israel contest.
By having their entry picked
from among tens of thousands of
MISS LINDA ROVINS
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Mrs. George Baum, chairman of | ,hen on ,0 Td Aviv via connect.
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marriage." Host is Hendrik County Schools and. or the Bureau
Berns of Jewish Education.
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Mr. and Mrs. Schwimmer in-
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entry and by so doing won a S500
cash bonus for expenses.
The Yuban Israel contest was
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Council of Jewish Women, will in-
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lion on Russia.
Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple
Jt Olom. will review "The Fan-
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Rae Rosenthal will serve as re-
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tjfcmftfl fhridictr
"&y*EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Mobile Homes- That's Living!
I
Simplif) .1 n <\
lc.id the j hkI
life! A Madison
Avenue slogan?
H .1 r d 1 y An
Ievangi list's en-
' treat: Not at
all N .< r j .i
billboard nor an advertisement
touts the idea But it exists It
is implicit in the tranquil str i -
ol a small community where
everything is sealed down, where
the living is easy
G I west on 95th St., turn north
on U)th Ave and enter Colonial
Acres Mobile Home Park, an
oa-is of relaxed informal li\ ing
in the midst of a busy city. Mark
the stand of oaks shading the
recreation area, the swimming
pool, the community house. See
the mobile homes, compact.
neat, their porches open to the
street.
Remember open front porches
made for people watching or
n iding or for just sitting? Re-
member what life was like in a
.-mall town where the individual
was important, his lace and fate
known to all. where "how are
you?*' was a question and the
reply mattered''
Simple Sameness
Evidently many people re-
member the tempo of life in a
-:::all town and long to recon-
struct it Then there are those
consumed by nostalgia for some-
thing they have never known
These people have chosen to
.stale together in caMial liv
They'v.' abandoned the
fining apartment They've
turned awaj from the large pri-
\..tc home. Their choice is a
mobile home and life in a park.
Knock on any door, and the sim-
ple sameness oi the responw is
reminiscent of another time, an-
other place
Mrs Anne Wohl smiled "1
never lived in a small town, but
1 always wanted to. These past
eieht year- that I've lived in
Miami. I've had a large home
and then 1 trie;! an apartment
The apartment buildings were
too big, too busy 1 longed lor a
-mall community, country-like,
yet conveniently located When
I tir-t .-aw Colonial Park, met
the other Jewish families living
here. I knew I had at last come
home
Outdoor Living
Mrs. Wohl's twentj yeai
son lives with her in her new
band's retirement Where
could I live as e< oi omicallj as
she asked The rent on
my lot is only S.vi a month and
for thai l have country club liv-
\l\ housework, I finish in
an hour's time and then I'm free
to kibbiti Mobile home living
i- not gypsj life. On the con-
trary; this i- a solid yet tree way
to live Perhaps we'll have
enough Jewish families soon to
-tart a Temple 1 wouldn't be
surprised
Mr and Mr- PinCUS had just
returned home from work They
smiled The breeze toyed with
the living room draperies and
tinkled the crystal chandelier m
the dining room Like all mod-
ern mobile homes, theirs was

Mr. and Mrs. Pincus: The perfect compromise.
mobile home. They share an
enthusiasm for outdoor living
and use the pool every day. But
it is perhaps the gracious friend-
ly atmosphere in the park that
makes Mrs Wohl certain she has
made a perfect choice.
Another door, another smiling
welcome. Mrs, Leonard White
is looking forward to her hus-

cozy and furnished in high fash
ion The kitchen boa-ted ..
plethora of cabinet-. .. bronze
wall oven and a large rein,
erator The partition walls were
done in simulated wood tones,
the floor- carpeted and the clos-
et space adequate Throughout
was an efficient utilization of
space-
No Pressures
\ mobile home is tl
compromfsi I Mr Pn
"A house requires I
Mobile Home Park: An oasis ol
the midst ol a busy city.
maintenance and an apartment
rds no privacj or elbow
loom Here we have lour-waj
exposure, a small piece of green
around us and no pressures "
"But best ol all. slid Mrs
is the friendly atmos-
phei i i' "pii seem to loo-en
up when the> live in a mobile
home park We w a\ e to i
Iher w i know our neighbors
That's what I like
i tnmon to mobile home
. th< |e< tion ol
mm hundred
;\ ing in C tlunial Acn -
twenty-five are Jewish The)
being known and Imd the
livil it lun 1
like bowling alleys and pool
rooms, mobile home park- have
I 11 Lability
Practical Idea
Contributing to the fun at Col-
onial Acres are Mr and Mr-
Paul Ka.-ke. the owners Each
week they plan a special event
for everyone's enjoyment now
;< card party, or a dance or
movie or pot luck supper The
bulletin board in the commumt)
house announces the forming of
.( bridge club and an rxen si
v Colonial Icres thi
yone I tx nelj."
relaxed and informal -..
said Paul i \
in shorts
and an ,r;. sl-tibl. .
easy, grai
But don't
the creatii n i
Faske -

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Mr. and Mrs. White: Free to kibbitz.

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*Jewlst f*anf(iiaun
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BIRTHDAY
F and Max Orovitz greeted their guests
JC.okl Room of Westview Country Club.
\i formal dinner party in honor of Max's
Felicia (Mrs. Richard) Deutch, Nancy
lenies' Orovitl and Norma (Mrs. Michael)
listed their parents in receiving. Ruth.
| ovely in a long tourquoise and white
Ln with a chiffon cape, was delighted
1'iiaiiv of their friends had hurried home
postponed their travels so that they could
H( blow out the candles on his huge cake
K musicians provided background music
K-.irktails and hois d'oeuvres In the din-
B i the decor was striking in black and
TDramatic centerpieces at each table for
fv of leathers and white pompoms. Black
, baskets added to the etfect. Among
Were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mr.
E. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mr. and Mrs
II;ink, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Merrill. Mr. and
_onm Kanner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gartner,
fed Mrs. Oscar Dooley, Mr. "and Mrs. Dan
, Mr. and Mrs. David Bass, Mr. and Mrs.
lanson. Mrs. Jack Ablm, Mr. and Mrs.
fcuer. Mr, and Mrs. McGregor Smith. Mr
A. Herbert Mathis and Mr. and Mrs
"File.
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. THREE SHORT YEARS
fcsrietta and Fred Jonas went by boat to
They celebrated on board ship with a
jkgne party in honor of their forty-third
Ej anniversary. They "were met in Hawaii
.__ Ej.; Kawa and his wife, native Hawaiians
hey had known nineteen years ago in
Miami -'-each. They did the sightseeing bit. includ-
ing* |i ii i. .ii I Harbor and eating dinner
E LaRonda, the restaurant that slowly turns
<: -o that in an hour you have a complete
The Islands.
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lastsomeone who thought the Fair was
ul. Jill and Stanley Arkin enjoyed every
of it even if they walked their feet ofl
lew York, they went to Lake Tarleton. It
i to see some faces from homeLois and
lathes and Helene and Adolph Berger,
kins played hand ball, volley ball and
nd golf in order to offset their other
-eating.
DINNER AT THE FINKS
Naomi and Richard Fink had a dinner party.
Naomi did the cooking, at which she's wonder-
ful. However, she was just a little concerned
7bout the dessert, a special raspberry meld, but
it unmoided beautifully; and all was well. Guests
were Rene and Leonard Brosky. Elaine and Ber-
nard Silverstein, Mary and Jim Kaufman and
Shirley and Henry Harrison. The split group
featured the Golfers against the Tennis Play-
ers Grandma Dorothy Krieger Fink came back
the next day from Puerto Rico to help Jonathan
celebrate his third birthday. He was much more
interested in eating the candle holders than try-
ing to blow out the candlo

PEOPLE DO WRITE
Ailinc and Malcom Fromberg. who are hav-
ing a vacation in Mexico, wrote to Arline"s
mother. Gladys (Mrs. Ralph) Kaplan, and gave
her a bit of news that she can brag about. It
took them an hour and a half to land their mar-
lin. but they finally caught a big one. They went
to Cuernavaca and Taxco, where the golfing and
horseback riding is fine. In Mexico City, they
bumped into Helen and Dan Sepler .
A card lrom Ethel Nagler had two lovely-
looking stamps, one pale blue and one bright
blue. Both said Helvetia. She is visiting her
children in Switzerland but had been to Genoa,
Italy, for the weekend .
An attractive picture post card showing bath-
ers in the sea at Tel Aviv and a note from Dotty
and Leon Kaplan
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AT THE COUNTRY STORE
Lunching at the attractive dining place in
Coconut Grove, the Country Store, were Caroline
(Mrs. .1.) Halpern, Coleen (Mrs. R.) Werner. Lor-
raine (Mrs. G.) Cook and Mrs. Cook's sister from
New York. Mrs. .1. Meyer. Myra (Mrs. Aaron)
Fair was there with Evelyn Silverman. Evelyn
and her husband Jack are having a grand time
vacationing at the Executive House in Miami
Beach They have been renewing old acquaint-
ance.- 'I hey used to operate the Silver School
hue 25 years ago. Now they are living in
Manhattan, where he's a principal in the fanciest
elementary school in town. PS. No. 6, and she
teaches :'.."> little geniuses.
FRANCES LEHMAN
MRS. SADIE GORDON
Mrs. Gordon
Joins Home Staff
As Group Worker

IN GREATER MIAMI
ONLY on
Appointment of Mrs. Sadie Gor-
don as group activity worker of
the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami has been an
nounced by Maurice Pearlstein.
executive director of the Home.
[ Mrs Gordon Will be responsible
for the group work program and
coordination of the leisure-time
recreational program for residents
of the Home. She will have super
Vision of 30 volunteers from the
National Council of Jewish Women
who currently lead 12 resident
group activities She will also
give direct service to residents bj
way of cratt classes and other
'creative leisure-time activities.
A skilled groupworker and arts
and crafts specialist. Mrs. Cor
don studied ceramics, painting
B[ and sculpturing at the museum
. of fine arts in Boston and at
Friendship House in Washinuton.
D.C. She taught copper enamel
ing at Smith Hughs School in At-
lanta. Ga., and also operated a
school of weaving and basketry-
making in Pennsylvania and
Washington. D.C.
For the five years prior to her
coming to Miami a year ago. Mrs.
Cordon was recreational super-
visor Of the Atlanta, Ga., Jewish
Home for the Aged, and more re
cently, arts and crafts instructor
for the Atlanta Cerebral Palsy
Tenter.
Visitors Flock To
x New Synagogue
On Miami Beach
Hundreds of people stop each
day to visit the new synagogue on
lath St. and Washington Ave.. the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue, open daily for prospective
members and seat-holder-
Jacob Cohen, founder president,
advi-e.- thit "the new synagogue
will not turn away anyone be-
cause of lack of ability to pay for
a ticket for the High Holidays.
The spirit of a Community Syna-
gogue will be observed to the let-
ter of the law.
"New theatre seats have arriv-
ed, the Ark has been installed,
and we know it will be a treat for
anyone to come and see the artis-
tic decoration of the interior of
the synagogue."
High Holiday services will be led
by Rabbi Abraham Weinschneid
er as cantor and a choir. Ser-
vices will be in Hebrew and re-
' sponsive readings in English
1 First religious services are sche-
duled for Friday and Saturday,
Aug. 28 and 29.
Synagogue is open daily from
9 to 5 for reservations.
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nor ah Ladies1
ird Party Set
Menorah Sisterhood will
; lard party in the Social
Sunday. Aug. 16, at 7:30
!:' lments will be served,
t .:'is mav be purchased at
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i ;.n is Mrs. Goldie Ringer.
Ml"'. Sam Belsky is Sisterhood
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hiEps Slate
itional Confab
ig. 24-28
Phi Bpsilon Sorority will
national convention Auy.
.t> at the Pontainebleau
community leaders who
Phi Bpsilon members
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub.
i it Weintraub. Mrs. Louis
Southeast president ol
Jrs. Marvin 15. Guberman.
sident, l.orber Chapter
- Asthma Research Insti
I Hospital; Mrs. A. Ed-
hen, president, Mum
ni Hadassah,
Lawson, Tauber
Exchange Vows
The Dupont Plaza Hotel was
the setting for the nuptials unit
ing Nancy Jane Tauber and Stei
cm Jerold Lawson on Sunday, Aug.
2. A reception in the Assembly
Room of the hotel followed the
double ring ceremony performed
by Rubbi Morton Malavsky.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Tauber.
5241 SW 3rd St., and Mrs. Rose
Lawson. 9281 Byron Ave., and the
late Jack Lawson.
Honeymooning in the Pncono
Mountains, the new Mr. and Mrs.
Lawson will live at 1875 NE 169th
St.
For the wedding, the bride se-
lected a full-length gown of peau
de >oie with a fitted bodice of
soutache and French torchon lace
with seed pearls. The neckline.
elbow-length sleeves and slightly
dropped waistline were scalloped.
Lace and pearls formed a large
pleat on either side of the bell
-haped skirt and also set off the
pleated detachable train.
The bridal bouquet was an ar-
rangement of white orchids and
stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Diane Lynne
Tauber. the bride's sister, with
I Mrs. Joel Feiss. Carol Koenigsberg
and Joyce Koenigsberg serving a<
! bridesmaids.
Martin Lawson served as his
I i others best man. and grooms-
1 men included Edward Loeb. Stan-
ley Schwartz and Robert Rubin.
Lannon Lawson. also a brother of
the bridegroom, was vocalist.
Now teaching in the Dade Coun-
ty school system, the new Mrs
Lawson is a graduate of Miami
High and the University of ?*ior-
iila She is a member of Alpha
Kpsilon l'hi Sorority.
President of his senior class ;it
.Miami Reach High. Lawson attend-
ed the Universities of Florida and
Miami. His fraternity is Tau Bp-
silon Phi. He is now airport man-
ager of Avis Rent-a-Car System
Beth Israel
Registering Now
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, educa-
tional director of Beth Israel Con-
gregation, has announced opening
Of registration for the congrega-i
tion's Religious School.
"Parents interested in providing
their children with a sound tradi-
tional Jewish background in He-
brew language, prayers, laws and
customs, and Bible are urged to
register them in the school at
their convenience." he said.
I
Arrangements for Bar Mitzvah
preparation are also available
Goodman Hadassah Meeting
Mrs. Max Alficiner, president,
I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah,
conducted the first meeting of th
year on Wednesday evening at
Washington Federal. 123-1 Wash-
ington Ave
Mrs. Gerry Wood, laboratory
assistant at Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital, has been
named "Secretary of the
Month" for August.
Israelite Center
Religious School
Israelite Center Religious School
is scheduled to begin its 1964-65
term on Monday, Aug. 31. Regis-
tration is now in progress for both
Hebrew and Sunday School, and
I children of both members and
j non-members are eligible.
I'nder the aegis of Rabbi
' Shmaryahu T. Swirsky and an ex-
perienced staff of teachers, cur-
riculum is under the direction of
i the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Classrooms arc all air-conditioned.
The office is open daily except
Saturday, on Monday through
Thursday, 9 to 5 p.m.. and Friday
and Sunday, 9 to 12 noon.
Beth Raphael
Now Registering
Fall registrations for nursery
and kindergarten at Congregation
B'nai Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St.,
will be accepted Monday through
Thursday. Aug. 10 to 13. 9 to 12
noon.
Kindergarten representatives will
be present to answer questions
and accept the new registrations.
Extended bus service will be
available for the coming school
year to service additional areas,
and seat belts have been installed.
Staff includes experienced and
qualified teachers under the di-
rection of Mrs. Morris Weiner. In-
formation and brochures can be
obtained at the Synagogue office
or by calling Mrs. Leonard Hecht.
Temple to Fete
Rabbi Wernick
Friday Evening
On Friday evening. 6:45 p m ,
Temple Tifereth Israel will hon-
or Rabbi and Mrs. Henry B. Wer-
nick at a traditional dinner in
the Temple Social Hall.
Rabbi and Mrs. Wernick have
been touring the Holy Land and
Europe for the past seven weeks.
In Israel, Rabbi Wernick purchas-
ed a Torah which will be present-
ed to the Temple during Decem-
ber.
Late services in the chapel will
follow the dinner
So. Shore Citizens Club
South Shore Citizens Club will
hold its annual picnic on Sunday,
10 a.m., at Bakers Haulover Park.
Members of the Arrangements
Committee are Max Goldhagen,
Sam Aines, Sam Abolafia, Yetta
Shafkin. Ceil Blum and Elsie
Tulin. Life president of the group
is Louis Shafkin. Acting presi-
dent is Lena Mintzes
Tour Slated
Of Temple Zion
Sunday Morning
Sunday morning. 11 to 1 p.m..
Congregational leaders of Temple
Zion will be in attendance at the
new premises. 8000 Miller Rrl.. to
welcome new and prospective
members
Officers oi the congregation,
Sisterhood, Men's Club, senior
Bocial group, youth groups, and
principals and teachers of the
schools will be present to give in
formal on on affiliation with all
ol the conj re 1 ion
\ 1 onduc led tour w ill be given
throu [h the n< w building, now
neanng completion, to be read)
for occupancy bj Sept l Re-
in shments will be served.
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sponsors reported this week.
A series of weekly floral design
classes, held after a luau buffet
lunch at South Pacific Polynes-
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include instruct (On on uses of
tropical foliage in flower decora-
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July 22.
The luncheon and floral ar-
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12 noon 'o 3 p.m.. each Wednes-
day, said Joe las-, catering man
a r hi South I acific ST.
Library Group
Plans for Year
Mrs. Mclvin Rosenbaum, chair
man Of the Library Committee at
Temple Beth Am. has been meet
ing with members of the commit-
tee to plan activities for the com-
ing year.
The Temple Library is open on
Monday and Wednesday after-
noons, Friday evenings after ser-
vices, and on Sunday mornln
The library contains all of the
I.'test books, plus a complete set
ol the Jewish Encyclopedia.
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Kitesetfc Israel _
Names Director
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Hebrew Univ. Dental School To Be Dedicated
utoam EMMivm
Fabbi Scftrff on TV

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Saaday
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Of Program
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:- Year L.:e program
-. Isjjjj ;g Narrator and master
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Cha.rrr Of affair horn
Ferd.e M Michael Schccter In
neati *- Mn
her Calchmar. -.-: bj Me*
Leonora Lehman M.
ti r and I
ng honored guests
Joseph Murphy, of Cora!
Gatlev Lou Whitworth
Cor- r Dave Ker.r
Pre-jdent of I wm will deliver the keynote ad-
at the dedication of the He-
brew University Hada^ah School
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13 President E.iahu Elath
of the Her-
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Temple Judea
Names Educator
tee A Ter
a announces the appoint."
raaa Kreu*z
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School
Kn : a Master de-
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-ed by the Bureau of
n oJ Miami For
past -.\ yean be has ;ainec
experience in school administra-
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Mta George Bajm i> chairman
the Education Committee
ording t Di Morton Ft'
-ho wili repre-ent th"
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Alpha Onega Fraternity at the
n eerem miea. the new
will be "the only Claw A
Ul tchool .r. the entire Middle
East
I Derta. Fratern
nieh has saore than 150 mem
jter Miami, in \W$
Israel Dental >
pita! and field equipn
el. a- qualified teach'-r
-. dental personnel In
Alpha Omega established pnw
al dental school, and a can.
paign was begun tor the buikU
of thf new dental school a5
Lilahliihaaal of the Alpha iJmeJ
Research and Pottfi
ter $:.500.000 was r^
fulfillment of tni-
Founders from the Greater Mi-
ami Alpha Omt; [,r,
Herman Aasnbei, M ^^
er. Meyer E Eggnal Alfred
(ieronemu-. Elliott t, rdoa,
Georfc A Graham. Mori -. Rosec.
and Matthen II 1
British Fascists Jolted
LONDON (WNS A bid by
the National Socialist Party to
hold ar. open-air meeting at Tra-
,r Sq-.iare on Sunday collap>ed
y of Works said
it would ban the planned rally be
In All*
rallj led I ri I
filing of
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ntly fei.
with other neo-Nazi leader-
. 5 rith Youth ORfaniaodioii is 40 years old
bjt rKB Tr.e beys division. Aleph Zad
Uanti :.si ita beginning u Omaha Nebr..
:.z ha* since btos.son.ee into the world's
argest Jewish youth crr-r..za:ior.. wi-.h 1.800
haoters of AZA. B'na: B'ruh Girls and B'nai
: rith Young Adults in the United States and
Canada. Program of socai. religious, com-
nunity service, leadership uaining. cultural.
thlsfic cir.c .r.:eiiaith activities is designed to
leet the needs of teen-agers today. A father
nd son spor.s award banquet highlighted the
iccasion with Willie Pastrano, light heavy-
/eight champion of the world, presenting tro-
phies to football and softball league winners
for 1964 Receiving trophies 'left to right are
I...o! Fledell. past South Florida Council godol
end asaiitant cthletic advisor; Jack Dressner.
Council vice president. Zion AZA; Mike Try-
scn, pcxr presider.:. Zion AZA: Ronnie Lerner.
president Shield of David AZA; Jeff Breslaw,
president. Exodu AZA; Stanley Kaplan, pres-
ider.*. Hillel AZA; Richard Str'ongin, Council
cthletic cr.cirrr.an. Balfour AZA: Jeff Chase,
pas! president. Royal Palm AZA Jeff Gydney.
president Royal Palm AZA. Keynoting the
banquet was Judge Milton Friedman, pest
president. District 5 Grand Lodge.
Dutstanding AZA aiumru are honored at a
ecent rededication ceremony conducted by
ack Fink, past grand aleph godol '1926-27),
<3st president. Florida Region. Anti-Defama-
.on League, and treasurer. Florida Regional
ioant Left to right are Mike Lipton. 322 AZA.
\ow advisor to Zion AZA; Sigmund Zilber.
Baltimore AZA. now advisor to Royal Palm
AZA; Haywcud Fox. founder preaideml. Zodinr
AZA. Elliot Fledell. past South Florida Council
godol: Arthur Aptakin. alumnus and now ad-
visor to Shield of David AZA: George Bern-
stem, alumnus. 322 AZA. past advisor of
Gables AZA. and member of BBYO Board of
Directors; Judge Milton Friedman; Jack Fink
'center;; Larry Pames, alumnus and now ad-
visor to Hillel AZA.
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rize-winning Annual Report was designed by Charles R.
acobson (right) for presentation at the Variety Clubs' Inter-
national Convention in Buffalo. N.Y. The giant collection of
Iress-clippings showing how Variety Children's Hospital
lelps tiny tots from all points in the hemisphere won the
oveted "Heart Award" for the local club. Congratulating
jcobson are (left) George C. Hoover, international executive
rector and Tracy B. Hare (center). Chief Barker of Miami
ent 33.
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^Hitzvalt
Diane Roberts
)n Saturday morning. Aug. 8.
|ne Roberta will be Bas Mitz-
during services conducted by
l>bi Daniel M. Lovvy at Temple
of North Dade.
Iiane is an eighth grade stu
at John F. Kennedy Junior
, where >lu
,s clarinet in
school band
is a mem-
of the Fa-
Teachers of
irica. She
been a stu-
It in the Tern-
Religious
>l for live
>. i> a mem-':
of the Jun- Diane Roberts
| Choir, .mil currentlj a eoun
i" training at Camp Sinai
The celebrant is the daughter ol
-Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts and
granddaughter of Mrs Rose Hel-
ler, who will be here from Hack-
ensack. N.J for the Bas Mil/
van.
Roni Tintner
Kiddush reception will follow
the Bar Mitzvah of Roni Tintner
on Saturday morning at Temple
Adath Yeshuiun. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan will officiate
Roni will be going into the
eighth grade at Norland Junior
Ili-h. and his favorite subject is
science. His hobbies are photo-
graph) and .-tamp collecting.
The celebrant is the >n of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Tintner. 1030 NE
196th Ter and has a brother. Dan
ny h. and a sister. Sharon 5,
BB Presidents
In Conference
A leadership training confer
nee lor B'nai B'rith Lodge pros-
Idents, officers and chairmen in
the Miami area has been set for
Wednesday, h p.m., at the Carillon
Motel, it was announced by Eli
Hurwitz, president of the B'nai
B'rith Council oi south Florida
Lodges
Herbert S. Levy, national pro-
gram director of B'nai B'rith, of
Washington, I), c. will conduct
the training and orientation ses
sion.
The leaders' conference is one
of a series designed to alert
B'nai B'rith leadership to mod-
ern techniques in organization-
al procedures, as well as the
role of the volunteer in the Jew-
ish community.
Hurwitz declared that "we shall
have to depend on lodge leader-
ship for community action, and
this year of training and orienta-
tion is designed to create a corps
of dedicated and well trained of
fleers and chairmen.
"The substantive program of
B'nai B'rith. including civil rights,
human rights, adult Jewish edu-
cation, youth activity, community
1 service, and lines of communica-
tion to Jewry around the world
will be effective only to the ex-
tent that lodge leader-hip is alert
and fulfill its responsibilities."
The series of courses is design-
ed to stimulate and motivate
leaders on all levels of B'nai
B'rith activity.
>od Bank Has New Plan
Hold G Jailer. \ ice chairman
lie John Elliott Blood Bank
of Directors, announces
jmore than HOO families have
|dj joined the blood replace-
plan offered by the Blood
plan guarantees to cover
fctire family's need for trans-
ps for ;, year The premium
pint of blood, renewable
year
blood replacement plan has
in operation for only a few
- and .latter predicts "thai
families will avail them
of this protection. The plan
provides a needed adjunct to ex-
isting organizational accounts.
'I hose who for various reasons are
not members oi an organizational
account may now provide their
own protection,'' Jaffer explained
Blood i- replaced to any hos-
pital in Dade County, and through
arrangement with the Blood Bank
Clearinghouse Association, can
also be replaced anywhere in the
U.S.A.
The member need not be a res
ident of Dade County, although the
blood premium must be given at
the John Elliott Blood Bank. 1800
\\V 10th Ave OT one of its
branches.
Dr. Pushkin
Renamed to Unit
Dr. Emanucl Pushkin. 1353
Coral Way. has been rcappointed
as a member of the Committee on
Vocational Guidance of the Amer-
ican Optometric Association, an-
nounced Dr, Charles E. Seger,
association president. in St.
Louis, Mo.
The Committee on Vocational
Guidance is part of the Education
Department of the association,
which functions to emphasize ex-
cellence of optometric education
at all levels anil to encourage con
tinued improvement of student
programs, a- well as educational
uid research facilities as I
ontribute to better vision
The American Optometric Asso-
ciation, headquartered in St.
Louis, represent- 13,000 practicing
optometrists throughout the Unit-
ed States
Jewish Slaves Compensated
FRANKFORT (VVNS Jews
v\ho served as slave laborers dur
ing the war for the Krupp, Sie-
mens and AEG firms are to re
ceive compensation from those
companies Disclosure of the com-
panies' decision to make compen-
sation followed a court order di-
recting I. g. Farben Industries
to make such payments. Details
oi the payments to be made by
the three firms were not an-
nounced
_
Voters to Hear Speakers
Open meeting oi Voiers, Inc. Is
scheduled lor Tuesday. 8 p.m. at
the DiLldo Hotel.
HERBERT LEVY
'Heart and You'
Will Be Topic
"Your Heart and You" is the
topic of discussion on "Time for
Truth" this Sunday evening over
WEDR-FM,
Mrs. Esther \v. Rogovln mod
crates the show, during which
questions from listeners are in-
vited.
Cuests include Drs. Sanford F
Zahler and David L. Taylor, cardi-
ologists, and Dade County Mayor
Chuck Hall invited to represent
the Heart Association of Greater
Miami.
"Time lor Truth' is on every
Sunday evening from 9:30 p.m.
to midnight.
'on
ta'i^e
For Very Special Occasions..
diplomat
COUNTRY CLUB'S
CALCUTTA ROOM
Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours
exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering
facilities for groups of 100-300. .. available 7 days a week.
There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this
area! Unlimited free parking.
For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood
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Tlie ultimate compliment to your
guestsan imitation to liavcyour fune*
tion catered by Fontainebleau experts... with
the finest cuisine, beverages and seriice worthy
of the world's most beautiful hotel.
BANQUETS WEDDINGS
RECEPTIONS
Also available
Kosher catering and personalized
FutUaincbleau catering at your !.u/r.e
Call Lester Palcy
Banquet Manager
JEffcrson 8-8S1I
ON THE OCCAM AT th STHBET MIAMI fctCACH
0
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MEET PERFECTIONISTS
IN THE CATERING FIELD
They ars unequalled In their profession.
They are the di Li do's catering staff. They
will make a success of any party ...fj
wedding... a Bar Mitzvah*... a business
meeting or a social luncheon. They will
serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food
expertly prepared la the diLido's newly
decorated Cotillion Room.They'll arrange for
whatever space you require. Call
far. Talchner at JEfferson 8-0811 for the
best function you've ever has]
miaui A airtll, F,mn, e,rt
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Court of Junior F'.ecs. iocc. -.eievis.o- snov. soon to go net-
work erected and produced by David Rabmowitt. will be
seer. M Ck 1 WCKT thi* Saturday at noon. Written by Bar-
bcrc: Wedlock, scene above features left to right Alice Ra-
bmow.a. stenographer; Ire Greenberg. attorney; Larry Mans,
cttomey. Edward Moore, judge; and Walter Locke, witness.
Subiect lectured on this weekend's show will be "Interfaith
Marr.cce.''________________________|
Temple Israel Youth to Camp
T-*ent>-t." Temple Israel te*n
.-.--- leave Saturday night for the
.-nnual campin: don of the
s ntheaat Federal I Tempie
h at Cleveland Ca
Bar---- H Beni '' al tVie
Temple Urad Youta Group
lew) I ( tingent on the
i 2e. which "ill bring to-
- I a .men of
t-.-._. rection of
rida. Alabama.
< r;.a and South Carolina
tn : tr.;. i- subsidized in
I bj the Temple Israel* Slater-
hood Men'! Club. Confirmation
and individuals.
Participant- include Scott Bar
nert, Frankhn Burrow.-. James
Emerman. Robert Fame. David
Gorfine lack Harris, Stao Horn-
-tein. Howard Ro>endorf Jr Sam-
Smith. Neil Tanner. David
Willens, Alexis Augustine. Judi
Becker, Franco Ber.i-. Patti
Goldin Irene Hornatein, J"-ce
lync Katrif. Toby Kornblitt. An-
drea Mareule-. Marilyn Rose and
\nita Samet
Harry Grossinger
Dead at Age 76
F*r Other Deaths Paee 11-B
Harry Grossmeer who built the
worW-famous resort betel bearing
h.> name, died July 22. the year
marking the 50th annirersar. of
lu- Catskill hotel. Gros>inger *
The 76-year-old Mr Grossinger
was the supervisor of the 36 btuld-
con-tructed on the 1 200-acre i
e-tate at Grossinger. NY., and
at the time of his death, was
watching construction of an eight-
itory, -room addition to the
hotel, which now ha? 760 rooms
Th G'o$jingrS maintained
winter home on Pine Troe Dr.,
Miami Beach, where Mrt. Gros-
singer is a Dade County lead-
er, as well as one of the nation's
top humanitarians.
Mr Grossinger was sole owner
of Gro^jinger's. whose physical
plant is valued at $15 million
In addition to hi> wife. Jennie.
Mr Gro>singer la -urvned bv a
-on. Paul, who will become ad-
min:-trative head of the lieort;
a daughter. Mrs Elaine Ete--.
wife of Dr E David Etess. of
Liberty. N Y three listen, Mr-
Rose Friedman. Mr- Anna Hof-
f Rceina 1'c-in. of Jersey City,
N J : two brothers. Jack and Max
Grossinger, of Chicago; and lia
grandchildren
Service! were held July 25 in
Monticello. NY.
Friday. A
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Next meeting of the Democratic
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Rabbi Gryn Takes
W. London Pulpit
By Special Report
R*1 ii igo Bryn of New York,
hj- been docted minif.tcr of the
West L'ln'lun Synasogue. oldeai Re
form Jewish congregation in the
world Since 1961. Rabbi Gryn
has been serving a- executive
a*sistant of the Joint Distribution
Committee. American Jewish over-
-eas relief agency. He was pre-
viously executive director of the
World Union for Progressive
Judaism
Rabbi Gryn will leave for Eng-
land this week with his wife. Jac-
queline, and their four children.
The ,WM London Synagogue,
which he will lead, was founded
in 1&40 and has a membership of
2.500 families.
Born in Cxechoslovokia, Rabbi
Gryn if e survivor of three con-
centration camps. He was lib-
erated from Mauthausen in IMS
by the U.S. Army. His first asso-
ciation with JDC was with the
Prague office, whert he receiv-
ed displaced persons and was
later sent to escort groups of
orphaned children to England.
On completion of his undergrad
uate studies in England, he came
to the United States on a scholar
-hip in 1950 to complete his rab-
binical training, and was ordain-
ed by the Hebrew I'nion College'
Jewish In-titute of Religion in
Cincinnati in 1956
Hi- lir-t pulpit wa- the Jewish
Religioua Union, a Liberal con-
n in Bombay. India. Af-
ter sen: g then tot Iwo and a
hail rears, Rabbi Gryn w.i- nam
Led executive director ol the World
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O t> i t u a
>FERSTE!N
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held Aug.
S. -I'Vlee-"" ,-.
MAX. .tire 35, of i" "i Bay Rd.,
dl< d July -"-'. Operator of several
Ir.s.ut hotels in New York, he
ram? here Ir-'in Kl. lachman, N.Y.,
l:;a years &JfO. '" Miami hi- oper-
jateil Klscr's tier, itmnwrnrm i-en-
Iti r ii the end of Flagler si. in
Inn- Sb*, and was former owner of
tin- Parkway Theater. He was a
Jiife member of Blscayne llaaonlc
>dge and a member of Hoih Da-
vid Synagogue, survivors Include
wife Bertha; two sons, Nat li.
Cupper and l>r. I,. K. Kupper; a
|d!iuuhi Brcenvffle, B.C.; five grandchil-
dren anil three great-grandchll-
iir. ti Services were in-id July 24
lln liirdon humeral Home.
1ILLER
[ii VROLD H.. are 32, of Ft. Laud-
rdale. Came here from Cataklll,
I.V., eight yearn ugo and main-
tained an accountant*! office In
the Ooral RIilK" Section. Survived
by his wife, n pun who Is atti n.l-
Im: medical college, and a dangh-
who is a public school teacher.
pa,n ins uf the widow are Mr and
I linn llariman, 420 32nd St.
FALK. Phodori 64, of I loo Venetian
way, til. ii vug, ::. gervlcas In the
Bronx, N.v. Riverside.
FEIRSTEIN. Laura, x7. nf TT.'i NIV
.l.'Il.-i.^'........IAu*- Gordon.
Goldstein. Samuel, 72. ..f :::: sui,
KL, died Aim. 3. Riverside.
ROMACK. Albert, 60, of 1300 Bay i: 'Mill Aug. j Services in Chicago!
Klverstde.
STEINBERG. Mrs. Yctta, (6. of 7850
Harding Ave. Service a in New York
ity. RIveraMe.
BECKERMAN. Abraham, 71. of 4S1
Boy Harbor Dr., died Aug. i Bar-
nV^SJi Nt'W YorK *-""> Riverside.
GOLDBCRG. I.Milan, tit.
177th St., died Aug. 1.
KUOLER, Si.Ii.iu..... 44
176th si., died Aug. i.
GROSS. Mrs. juii s.. 52
Ave, Riverside.
JOSOWiTZ. Ali-s K.nn.
Riverside.
Ily. 86, i.f IJJ
Riverside.
.f*-f f raon a \..
RABIN, Mrs. Mi
01 1(91 XE
Riverside.
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LEGAL NOTICF
. ...... Merid-
ian Ave.
' ames. Cecelia, i of inn Wallace st
oral Gables, .(ted July :u. Gordon.
'Beckerman. Abraham, 74, of I4H
K. Ba> Heritor In-., died Aug. l.
si rvlci iii \. w Yi.ik. Riverside
FRENCHMAN. An-. Agn
Wist Ave., ili-il Aits |
New Jersey. Rlveraldi
koretz. Hi njamln, jo,
.'-.'nil Ave., died Aug. 1
_- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ilTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
1 FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 873Z
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Kl.nYH Rl'SSBLL UOINH
Residem e L'nknown.
mi. FLOYD Itl ssci |. COINS
Ii. r.l.\ notified that a Bill of
nilil.ilnt for Divorce has been filed
m-: you, .mil you ;n. r< i|ulr< d lo
" h Copj "f your nnswei or pli ad -
to the Bill ..f Complaint on the
lintlir. attorney i i: Mayers,
fi Building, Miami, Fla.,
file tin original answer or pi
[he mill nf (he Cl< rk ol
i ill 'ourt ..ii or before the Sth
IS. ,i. nibi r, 1964. II \..u lail i
I-nt hj default will I., taken
ti .?i?u /'"' "" ''ll,f onnde.i
ii.. I till of i.in|,i tint.
i'- in tic< shall I., pnblished once
i- .i f.-.- i,.in- nnaecutIvi <.-ks
Fthi: ji.-uisii n...mi.i in
*NB ANll URDERKD al Miami,
'In- Sth .lav of August, A.1-.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtVTICR is URRKItY tllVKN that
[hi undi i-l-jii. it. desiring t.. engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
SKiTKlTY TRAINING SKKVU-I-; ni
I6S46 W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami
Beach Intends to reglstir '..ill name
with ih. Clerh ..f thi Circuit I'oui t of
Dade County. Florida.
RITA I.. ZARTH,
Sole i iwn. i
IVVII. K\\ ITNKY nf
- ih ." st.-in. K\v1tne> ,v tloudiss
\i|..rn.> for ipplic i tit
120 Lincoln Road
- 71 l-;'l-L'x
mSm~ LTCAL-RcTicT
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8600
BARBAR \ IUER,
Plaintiff,
\s.
KKNNITII BIRR,
Defen4nnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: KRNNRTH BIRR
7-1W 2Ien Strut
Qui ens Village
I.oiil- Island, New Ymi<
Y.iii. KRNNETH BIRR, are hereby
notified that :. mil ,.i complaint for
Divorce lias .....n Bled against von,
anrt you are required to servo b cony
V.f,y'"Lr V"K'V"- or Pleading to the
rtlll i.f i omiiiaiiit on thi- plaintiffs
Attorney, RI OH ART) MORTON 7S->:,
x.K. s-cruHi Avenue, Miami, Florida,
:m.i ni, hi,, original Answer or Plead-
"" '" '......'"< "f the Clerk of the
> ircuit Court mi in- before the ith day
ol Beptember. 1984. If rod fail to do
?o. Judgment by default will be taken
against you f..r the r. II. f demanded
in tin- Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecnttve weeks
in TIIK JEWISH Fl.i iRIDI \X
Im.NK ami ORDERRD al Miami.
Florida, this Srd day ..f August, A.D.
1961,
B. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
I'mnil I.,.in. Had. County, Florida
seal) By: K. H I.AWVAY
I'.'.iiv Clerk
RICHARD MORTON
7m'-. N.R. :'nd Avenue
Miami, Fla.PL 7-::i]|
Attoi n. j f. r plaintiff
8 7-ll-i'l ^'s
Pcige ]]-=
LICAL NOTIcl
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrmg to engage In
business under fictitious names
of: bTERLINQ PLUS
SUPER PAN
MERIT
Hi TEX
NORTHRRN ST.Mt L\liH
it 7::uo N.W. 35th Avenue, Miami,
rioilda Intends to register said names
"li Hie Clerk i.f the Circuit CoUrt Of
lade County, Hot Ida.
BHORTENING CORP. nl> FLORIDA
INC.
By: President George Theobald
AARON If. KANNBR
:' I.'. Security Trust 1-tldg.
.Miami 62, Floi'Ida
Attorney for Shortening Corp.
of Florida, inc.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T t-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTR'C"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 7875
CAR1DAD PEREZ.
Plaintiff,
FLORENClO PEREZ,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: FLORENClO PEREZ
P. <. Rox P
Mountain pale, N York
TOU ARE HBREBT notified tl
:i i'oni|ilaint for Divorce has bu
fili-d against you. and you are h--r
by required to serve a copy of yn
answer to the Complaint on t
Plaintiffs attorney, lester R<>
I.'IIS. whose address is 921 N.W. 14
St. it, .Miami. Florida, and file, t
; original of the Answer in
i B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
D' lit i ourt. I'ade County, Florida
><> Bj I-:. II I.ANWAY
I "eputy i 'l, rk
Mayers
briivy ,n i.r,-
ungress Building
r*">. Fta. Ph: 371-1818
I 7-14-21-58
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICF. is HEREBY HIVRN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
i.ii- in -- under thi fictitious name of
COMMERCIAL CARPET AND FCR-
NITIItK PI ...'. s VV. ^ti. Street
\i ami mi. ndi to reglati r said name
with the cierk of the Circuit
of i>a.i.- County, Florida
INTERIORS BY SrZANNE, INC.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64000 D
IN RE: Estate of
RICHARD H WISENBAKER
i Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims in Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..ii are hi n by notified and re-
quired to present en> claims and de-
mand* which yon may have ntminst
thi .stale ,.f RICHARD II Wlsr\-
BAKRB dei eased htte ..f Had.- Coun-
ty, Florida, t.. the Count] Judges of
Had.- County, :ind file the same In
duplicate and as provided In Section
..::: !:. Florida statuti -. in their of-
fices ni tin- County Courthouse in
imiI.- Count). Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from the time of the
fli-t publication hereof, or the same
ill be bun .1
I'at. d at Miami, I orlda, Ih loth
dn> ..i .lull .ah i
Till IMA?- CHABLE.S WISBNBAKBR
and Rl (BERT W ISBN II VKER,
-i- c- K\. cutors
' n l I- 'ih- it Ion ..i iins notice on
the 7th d I) .1' Vugust, i:n,i
ARONOVITZ, KILVEI1 .v scin:i:
Ail.mi. \ f, p '- K\. ,
60" \ Inslej II il ling
Miami. F| irida
t 7-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63972-A
IN RK I -i
DAVID AIARCI'S
I '.-. :i-, .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All dlto and Ml Persons Ha>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 64046-A
IN RK Rstate of
RRRRC< A SI BIN
I pi......1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inr Claim- or I' manda Against Said
Rstate:
Von are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. nreHent any claims and de-
mnnds which yon mav have neah'sl
the estate .-r REBECCA STEIN d. -
ceased late ..f Dade County, Florida
I., ih. Cnnntv .Iiidgi of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In I'uplicate and
Provldi i -- nn 738 Ik, Florida
Statutes, in their n'flces In the Cnnjn-
Court M Cnirrthouse In Dade Countv, Flor-
ida, within -is calendar m.....h from
the time ..f the first nubPca'tion here-
of, ..i iiie ....- win i. harri i
Dated -,t Miami F* rida, this Ith
day of Auanist A 1>. I9i;t
SOPHIE RTRIN ASTRACHAR
As Executa i\
First piibllrmtion of this notice on
ih. .ih day of August, 1964.
MM TON V FRIEDMAN
\ Itorney for Executrix
1111 Ainsl.y l-.uil.lim;
7-14-21-2*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 638B9-B
I IN REtJSatat) ..1
l.i ifls til IREN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i'o All Creditors and All Persona Ha> -
ine claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
V..ii are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which von mav havi agalnsl
the .-stale of l.id'is QOREN ih>ceased
late of Wayne County, to the Count}
Judges.of Dade County, and file the
same lit duplicate and as provided In
I Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the Count] C.....thouae
in Dade County, Florida, within six
al. n.iar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
lll be ban i d.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 27th
day of July, a 11. lam
MILTON II. MANNHB1MER
As Ancillary A Imlnistratnr C T \
KV NI : B & MA N N11 Rl M RI:
Attorney for Rstate of Ixiuis lion n
:"n I luponl Plasa Center
Miami, i lurid*
7 31, S 7 -! I ir!
: original or the Answer in the effi
8/7-14-21-281** ,n'" ,,',',k of the PHeventh Juitlic
------------Z7- J Circuit In and for Dado County. Fh
Ida. on or before the isth day
Viil-'i-i. IttBt. In default of which t
Complaint will be taken as confet
ed ll\' vou.
DATKIi this l"'h day of July. IS
K. B. LKATIIEBMAN
Clerk of the Clrrult Court
By C. P. COPELAND
7 '17-24-31,
Rstate
Vo .
quired
mnnds
the
uni-
i-i
i in.hi-i- Against Saul
in
to pres
\. in. h
eatate of
-I ;. .-
ih, Count.\
and file tin
i- prot Ided in
Statuti -. In t ii
ly Courtis
\\ Ithin six
ih. time ..f tl..
of. or the sain.- "ill be barn d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
i day of Jut), A.D i'...i
I IB Vli i .|| MARCI'H
ill AKi,- rl n: s.\ m iff
As Kxe.-iiiors
First publication of this notli
I the Jtn day of August, 1961
LEi in A BP8TB1N
Aii.iiiii-> for Rstate
ISO Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, I'la
H 7-14-21-28
I ed and ri-
al an) claims and de-
iou ma) havi ngainsl
HAV1D \l Ml. is de-
i lade 'mint). i
i idges of I lade < 'oun-
- in duplicate and
- tion 7.11 I*, Florida
il In i In the I 'ullll-
in l >ade *ount). Flor-
calendar months from
flrsi publication here-
NOTICE rY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C P669
ANNIE MAE WniTKX.
Plaintiff,
\-s.
I. m i:ai. \vi kh'kn
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO I AI'KAI. WOOTEN
1267 Soiii h L'lst St.
Philadelphia, Pa.
you, LAI'RAL WOOTEN, are here-
by notified -hat a Kill nf Com pis nl
for Dlvon has been fil-1 against
* "ii. and ) mi are required t.. servi
a .-..ox nf your Answer or Pleading t>.
'in Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
BSSBN .v KSSEN
KSQS |2iw Vlnsli Building, Miami:
Florida, and fill the original Answei
or Pleading In the office of thi Clerk
..' the Circuit 'ourt on i r before i hi
tth day of September, l64. If you fall
to di. s-.. ludgineni by default will be
taken ngalnt I you for the relief de-
manded In iti. BUI of Complaint,
This notice shall be published oi.....
each wei ,.. ',-
In ill1: JEWISH ki.i HtlDI \\
IHINK \M> i iBDRRRD al Miami,
il, I hi- Ith day ..t August, A I
' II I
i: B. l.E \T1IRRM.\N, Clerk,
i' t i ri. I ..il- i "ount) Fl
seal) Bv: i: II. I.A \\\ \ \
I l >puty Cli :k
l>SI-:\ .v BSBKN, i:siis
12" K Alnsli v Bldg., Miami. !''.,
Attorne) i. r Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N). 63424 C
IN RE; Rstate ol
"Sf Alt s. ADLER
I l.-ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i'o aii c-e.iit,..- and \il Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Rstate:
Vou are hereb) notified and re I
quired to pn .- i i an) claims and de-
mands which \..ii may have against
the estate of ..- ar 8. Adler deceased
late ..t Dade County, Florida, to the
i panty Judfti s ..f Bade County, and '
nl. ih.- Kami in their offices in the
'"',""."> fourthouse in Hade County
M.ri.la. withm six calendar months
from the date ..f the first publication
( hereof, or the same will be barred
CAROL S c\imx
Rxecutrix
OAIDIN ,v BOTHBNBRRil
Att.-i n.v -
Ml." Biscayne Bldg,
Miami, Florida
7 31, n 7-1 l-:'i
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA
No. 64C 8018
CORA LER SMITH
Plaintiff,
\ s.
JESSR SMITH. ,i|;
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yi if. .IRSKR SMITH. JR.
Rl sidi-n.-e 1 nkin.u li
are not If h ,i m n. a cop>
answer t.. i....... Cnmpbtlnt filed
against you on Pluinl ifl at tin m i
CKORCR NICHOLAS, 612 N.W
Aye Miami. I'la.. and file
with Clerk ,.f this Court ..n in
-isi of August, 1964, otherwise com-
plaint will In confessed In you
DATBD .lulv 24, 1964.
i: B l.i: VTHER.M W. Clerk
is.-ali B) MARiICERITR MOBFORD
- ul i i 'i. k
- I, s 7-1 i-:'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'R"
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63682A
IN RR: Kst.-u. of
BENJAMIN L. LEVINSON
Dec. ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
p., mi Creditors and All Persons li
Ing claims m Demands Against s.
Ksta'i :
Ton an hen b) notified find r
quired to present any claims and i
mands which you may have agati
the state of Bi njamln L l..-\ Ins
deceased late of I'ade County, Fit
Ida, to the County Judges of Da
County, and tile the same In duplica
and is provided in Section 731.
1-1. i ii.i Statutes, in their ofl -
il..- Count) Courthouse in Dade Cou
ly, Florida within six calendar mom
- ih. time of the flrat publican
thereof, or the same will I.,- bar ed
Dated at Miami. Florida, tfa
da) .f July, A.D. 1964.
EVELYN s\ l.KVINSuN
\s Ex< -ntriv
Flrsi nnbllcatlon of this notli
the :'ith -lay ..f July, 1964
, MYERS, IIKI.MAX A. KAI'I.AN
Al torneys for Bx< cutrlx
1130 S.W 1st Street
7 84-J1, 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58795-A
i.v RE: Batata of
\HISAHAM 01N8BURQ,
I >i ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKr
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO .
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i hereby given thai l ha
filed the Final Report and Petltl
for Distribution and Final Dischai
as Administrator. C.T A., of the .
tati of ABRAHAM OINSBL'RO, d
ceased: and thai on the 19th
August, 1964, will apply to th. Horn
able County Judges of Hade Count
Florida, fin approval ..f aald Km.il R -
port and for distribution and fit
dlschargi ..- Administrator, C.T.A,
the .stat.- of the above-natned dei
'ii lit This 1.1th day of July. ll"il.
BARRETT M. ROTHENBERG.
Admlnlatrator C.T.A of the K-
.| ABRAHAM UIN8BBRC3, Decean
::"."i Blsca) in- Building
Miami. Florida
CAID1N A ROTHENBERU
Attorne)
'." Il scaym Building
Miami. Kim Ida
7 24-31, :
IN
Ti
in.-

29th
on
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ADRIENNE FINISHING COMPANY
METAL FINISHING
4630 East 10th Lane Hialeah, Florida
Phone 688-0361
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT-.. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 8531
BENJAMIN Wi.lll.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
i; KRTRI'I >E s Wl ill!..
Defi nl..
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BBRTRI'I >K s. \\'i dil.
ni I'ali Avenue
Lancaster, i nn.-> h a nla
You, tSERTRCDE S. WOHL, are
hereli) notified thai R Bill of Com-
iil i ni for I Hvorce has Is en filed
agalnsl you and you are required lo
Serve a copy ..f your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill ..f Complain! on the
Plaintiff's attorney, PAI'L KW1T-
NEV, KSQl'IRE, 4:'i Uncoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, SSI36 and file
the original Anawer or Pleading In
tin- office of he Clerh of the Circuit
Com t .....ir I., for. th.- th da)
Hepti ml., r, 1964, If you fa il tn do
Judgmenl by default will be ink. ..
agalnsl you for th,- relief demanded
in the r.iii ..f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.-i, for four eonsecutlvt weeks
In i in: JEWISH PijORIDl VN
IM>NB \N|ii IRDERED at Miami.
I n.riiia. this SI -i da) of July, A.D.
1961
I-:. B. l E \ rilCKM VN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
I-, -ill B) J. .1 i \\\ AN \. ill.
11. inii> Clerk
PAI'L KWITNBV, B8QI IRB
136 Uncoln Ho i 1
Miami Beach, KI i. 33119
| Attorne) t'oj 1'la.ntiif i/i-li-tl-tjI
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 64C 8D28
IRBNB Ml'l.l.i-iAN
Pla :
\ s.
JAMBS MICH w.\. Ml 'i.i.iii VN
I lel'eii.lnii:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yin JAMES MICHAEL M I'I.I.H :.\.\
relli .> ii le
Bronx, Ni \> \'
ii. notified in -.-i n- a copi of \ our
|ans. i- to Divorce t iimplalnl fill '
against yon on Pla lot If Cs attorney,
t Vvi Miami. I- a and file ... I
| with Clerk of Courl .....ir before
Vugusi 24, 1964 otherwise complaint
^^ ill In- in nf. -s. d l,y \ ,.u.
DATBD Julj 20 1964.
I-: H LEATHERMAX, Cl< :.
.-.all Uy: MAHiH'BBITE MORFORJ)
I teputy Clerk
84-31, I 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 63888A
RE: Estate ol
MARY BARRON
I '. as.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditors ami All Persons Ha -
claim- ..i Demands Against .-..
I late:
^ i are hei iby notlfli -l and r -
i to p.. ni any claims and .1
n hi.ii ..ii ma) ha\ agam
th. estate of MAItV BARRON .1 -
late of Dade County i
a Count) Judge! oi Dadi i it
ly, and file the same In dupllcati in
as pro* Idi .1 iii Section 733.16, Florii
Stai les. in theii offices In thi Coif) -
. i house in I lade I 'ount) Hi
Ida, Ithin -is i ah i dnr montl -
-i publication hi
......ame will he in i red
1*1 led al Miami. Florida, lliis 2e
da) of ini.. \.: 191 i
IRVINtl R VRRON
As Executor
First publication ..f thbj not -
Hi. 24th da) ..f July, 1964
SIMON, HAYS & QRL'Nl IWERi i
\l t- ni. \ s for lista te
3111 Alnsle) Building
Miami, i-'L.t Ida S3132 7/24-31, 9/1. ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63813 A
IN RE: Bstati ..f
CHARLES VV, ANDREWS
I le.-ea-. d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and -Vli Peraons Hav-
ing claims or I. manda Against said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired t,. prevent an) claims ami de-
mands which >..'.i ma) have agalnsl
the .stai.- of CHARLES W \N-
of DREWS d......used late of Dade Coun-
s.i, ty. Florida, to i'.. Cunty .Indues of
Hade County, and file in- same in
duplicate and .,- provided in Section
.;:.16, 11. i id.i Statutes, in thi ir of-
fices hi the County Courthouse in
Had.- County, Florida, within -i\ il.
endar months in.in tin- time 0f the
rirat publlcatii n hereof, ... the sain.
lit be l.an d.
Bated al Miami. Plorida, this loth
da) oi July, ah
ANtSEI. VNDREWS
Vi Vilmlnlstratrix
Flrsi publication of this not!.....n
the 1 .Hi da) of .1 Illy, |9I I
j Si M. IV I. y- N1,U1;K,;
Attorney! for Estate
Ui .vluaie) i^ui.u.Iia 7. 17-24-31. x/7
_
a.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL'R"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63511
IN RE: Eatate of
IV IBBRT CHARLES HAAS
I i.-.-.-ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.i mi i'i. .in,.is ami aii Paraona Ha
Ing Clainis or I>. inaiiils Again-i Sa
I.slate:
1'ou are hereby notified and r -
quired to present any claims and d- -
mands which you may have a^-ain-
the i-i itl ..I Robert Chnrles Ha.,- d. -
ceased late ..f Hade County. Florid
'" 'in Count) Judges of Hade Count
and fill the same iii duplicate and in
provided in Section 7:13.1. n..rid
statutes, in their offices in th.- .'..in .
i) Courthouse in Ha.ie County, Fig
Ida, within si\ calendar months froi i
the time ..f the first publication her
of, i th< same ill be barred.
, !'-.'.i it Miami. Florida, this 7t
da) .-i Jul). A.I i. 1964.
1.' l'IS h KATZ
Lt 'IIS HAAS
As Admlnistratoi
F si publication of this not -
1 11 -lav "I July, 19(4
Ml ERS, IIKI.MAN A KAI'I.AN
for Vdmlnlatratora
li:.n s.W. 1st sir., i
i Miami, Florida 33130
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+Jmistitk)rMian Pege 3-A British Trade Council Bows to Arabs "if you give way to blackmail/a number of firms with Jcwi %  you will have to give into more I directors trading with botb t i blackmail later. There are quite Arab countries and Israel." U.S.I srael Pilot Desalting Project Set at $100 Million ibbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid, sngratulates Rabbi Leon Goldberger upon being appointed the Board of Trustees as new ritual director of the Temple, labbi Goldberger was. ordained in Europe and will perform he sexton's duties in the congregation, as well as assist Rabbi Labovitz in adult education classes. Rabbi Goldberger asI turned his duties as of July 15. tufus Learsi Dead at Age 76 C^NEW YORK (JTA) — Funeral services were held here Monday tor Israel Goldberg, prominent Apierican-Jewish educator, author and journalist, known under the pen name of Rufus Learsi, who died last weekend, aged 76. Born in Bialystok, Russia, he was brought to this country by j MR parents when he was a child.' U|e was educated in the New York Jy uhlic schools uni\ received his de •fcree from City College. Alter i .'."teach iim history and foreign Ian%  ages in the city high schools. | turned to writing. Among his ;t prominent works were "Ful ent. the Epic Story of Zionj "Israel: A History of the ish People," "The History of Jews in America." and a miniof children's books. He worked with both the Jew-. ish Education Association and the Jewish Education Committee, founded and edited "World Over." i and was editor, among other publications, of the Zionist Quarterly and the Jewish Forum. He was the co-author, with Dr. Samson Render-ley. of the three-volume "Outline of Jewish Knowledge." One of his most important contributions was the authorship of the prayer to the martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto which has entered the Jewish liturgy. The prayer is now recited In Jewish homes each year as part of the Seder on Passover. LONDON —(JTA)— Lord Inchcape, chairman of the Govern-: ment-sponsored Council for Middle East Trade, made plain this week ] his belief that the Council had no j choice but to accede to the Arab boycott of Israel. He told a press' conference that the Council "might as well pack up" if it tried' to encourage trade with Israel. | The Council was formed to promote British trade in the Middle I East, not excluding Israel. Lord j Inchcape insisted that the Council was "not trying to do Israel down," but "it would kill the whole ; thing stone dead" if the Council included Israel in its program. The Council is supported by the Government, the Federation of British Industries, and individual linns. In a related development, Lord M.mcroft, the British Jewish business leader, said he did not wish to be renominated for ; the presidency of the London Chamber of Commerce. The latest controversy over British reaction to the Arab boycott developed earlier this month when Lord Mancroft confirmed reports that he had withdrawn his candidacy in response to Arab boycott pressures on the Chamber. Lord Mancroft said that a large number of Chamber members wanted him to renew his candidacy but "this would merely add to a controversy which is not of my choosing and which I verymuch regret." It was disclosed that a member of the Chamber wrote to it that JERUSALEM — (JTA)— American and Israeli technologists discussed here this week tentative plans for a pilot plant in Israel using nuclear energy to desalt seawater at an approximate cost of S10O.0O0.0O0. The meeting was held in Premier Eshkol's office. The overall plans call for the construction of two nuclear plants for the project. The first, to be considered a pilot project for the rest of the world, would be built in Israel at a site still to be chosen. To be ready by 1970, the plant would have a reactor of 800 thermal megawatt capacity, generating 200 megawatts of electric power, capable of distilling between 100,000.000 and 200.000,000 gallons of water daily. The experts believe that a plant of that size would meet Isreal's water and power needs in 1970. A megawatt is the equivalent of 1.000,000 watts. With information obtained from the first plant, the experts believe they could build larger plants. One such larger plant is seen as a reactor which could generate 1,00 to 1,500 megawatts and capable of distilling up -: 800,000,000 gallons of water dail The division of the estimat : $100,000,000 costs of the pilot p); as between the United States at Israel also has not been determined. The experts agreed that t costs of fresh water from the pil plant would be within the Cl ability of Israel industry and urban users. 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Paje 6-A Jen isi> fkrHicur Friday. August 7. 19^ AJCongress Slates Third Annual Israel Dialogue This Weekend By Special Report IERUSALE11 — The third an al "Dialogue in Israel" spoil• red by the American Jewish iBgresi will take place here and Haifa this weekend with B dis" Iguished roster of American il l.-raeli panelists. ".)r Joachim Prinz. president of • e American Jewish Congress. U head the American group, uch will include Prof. Edmund i ihn. of New York Universit) I H School, distinguished legal .ilo>opher: Prot. Gerson Cohen. 10 holds the chair in Jewish his%  r> at Columbia University; Prof .than Glazer, author and sociolo. -t: and Rabbi Emanuel R-ukan. of Yeshiva University, a ader of the "liberal" winy ot The Israeli "Diologue"" part'.-in'*. announced this week, in. ide: Former Attorney-General Gideon Hausner, who directed the rosecirtion of Adolf Eichmjnn; Aluf Shtomo Goren, chief chapaln o* Israel's Armed Forces; nd Cershon Shocken, editor of -ne influential Israeli daily Ha'aretr." Israeli* who will partici.nclude Prof. Zvi Ankori. of the history faculty at Hebrew University, and Ya'acov Katz. Hebrew University professor of sociology Theme of the 1964 •Dialogue"' '•ill IH' "The Issues (bat Unite Us." according to Dr. Prinz. The dialogue will seek to explore "those areas of Jewish life that link American Jewry—as the largest diaspora community—with thpeople of Israel.'" Dr. Prinz said. A new and significant feature ol the im dialogue will be the use of simultaneous translation equipment so that American and Israeli participants may speak in the language most familiar to them and so that Israelis who do not know English and Americans who do not know Hebrew may be able to lollow the discussion. Dispute Over Allocations Rouses Anger of Zionists CANTOR IEO MUCH Visual Screening Report A membership meeting of the Dade County Optometric Association will be held Monday. 8 p.m.. at the Everglades hotel. President Dr. Arthur Helfman will report on the lree visual screening program now being conducted by the association for children between the ages of 4 and 9 as a communitv service KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER if SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS :" Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRJNS Co-Owner Beth Am Youth Attends Camp Of Reform Group Ted Silver, new ly-elecled president of the Youth Group of Tern pie Beth Am. is attending the Southeast tamp Institute at Cleveland, Ga camping session for the National Federation of Temple Youth. Following the session, he will remain for the regional board meeting of the Southeast Federation of Temple Youth in which he v ill be joined by Marcia Orovitz. daughter of Mr. and MrMaurice orovitz. now serving as i regional hoard member. Ted i the son ol Mr and Mrs Morris Silver On Aug !). those attending from Beth Am wiU be Jack Goldstein, Ted Silver, Marcia Orovitx RichAbel. Jack Gunther, Patti Abel, Paul Freeman and Bruce Tall Cantor Urlich At Agudath Israel Cantor Leo I'lrich has been engaged for the forthcoming High Holy Days at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, according to an announcement this week by William Cohen, president. For 12 years. Cantor Urlich has occupied positions in St Louis and Greater Miami. He will be heard at Selichot ser vices Aug 29 at midnight and on Ro.-h Ha-h.ina. beginning Sundav evening, Sept. G through 8 as well as Yom Kippur, the evening of Sept 15 and all day Sept 16 Rabbi Isaac E\er. spiritual leader ol Agudath Israel, will deliver all sermons and assist Cantor Urlich in the services and re sponsive readings. Continued from Page 1-A Jew ish Agency w hich is expected to submit its recommendations for an interim solution for the period between now and the World Zionist Congress, due to convene at the end of th:year The recommendations ol this subcommittee will be considered in due course b) the Jewish Agency executive B4 a whole." Mrs llalpnn. replying to Mr Torczyner's statement, -aid -Since I was present at the meeting oi the Jewish Agencj executive at which the decision was made, and Mr. Torcxyner was no! let me give the following tactwhich were confirmed by cable from Jerusalem upon my inquiry, when I learned of Mr Torczyner's mis leading denial. "At a meeting of the full executive of the Jewish Agency, held on July 8— the minutes of which I have before me—the executive decided to divide the Fund equally between the World Union of General Zionists (Neumann) and the World Confederation of General Zionists (Goldstein HaIprin !. The latter indicated its readiness to make si ItV! 1> DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. tjmtag ? wifSKi. f & ra ^n Continental nw Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED _, &f *•• *••, MoM or Syn.,.,. f •fMMM I Only "Shtmtr $ %  •.s' Kutmmrmmt Qualify Par Ixcrlltitci 8393 BIRO ROAD, MIAMI Phon. 226-1744 EL IIATI ItICO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAEILA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phon. NE 3M§* 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'ill 1 A.N.



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Pabe 2-A *Je*ist Fkridl&r Pride uigusI i c •e %  %  -• \ n h u 11 Urge Pressuring Reds for Religious Freedom GENEVA JTA) —Al appeal to *or!d public opinion lor -a '-mural pre>>ure" on the t Government to have religious -: cultural rights restored • Soviet Jewry ed here • ._ht by the GT.ferer.ce of Organizati as, the coordi:;. ,: major Jewish in various countries A -titement issued by COJO folDg the conclusion of a two• nee here, expressed • deep concern" over the lack of nciamental change in the Soviet -rand toward the Jews in the USSR. The statement con-ed the process of enforced milation" of the Jews in the Soviet Union, and said that this threatened "to erode'" the .cst Jt-i~h community • >rld Participants in the COJO conference included the World Jewirh Conjress. 3 nai B rith, American Jewish Congress, Canaeian Jewish Congress, the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the executive council of Australian Jewry, the Jewish Liber Committee and the Sooth Africar Jewish Board of Deputies. Official observers irxluded the Jewish Agency for Israel, the Union of American Hebrew Cor.gregati:ns. the Rabbinical Ceuncil erf America, and Young Israel. The deieflaiei expressed appre for the "growing underling" in the non-Jew i>h com:or the plight of Soviet ;• The;, appealed to the Sovon "humanitarian 4,000 JWV Delegates Due at Confab Here :r:u .;,•• %  ti and forcewith ,'nendly ticto the Soviet Union A ill bring even more ot their influence to bear" in >upport of Soviet Jew s. He reported he had concluded negotiations with the Polish Govrnment fur inclusion ct a Jewish Ban m the memorial planned >n the site of the Auschwitz death camp, one of a complex of pavilions memorializing victims of '' %  various nationalities murdered in Auschwitz. He said he had con\iyed appreciation"" to the Poli-h r, \ernment for its eiforts to keep alive the memory of the martyrof the Nazi era. The delegates voted endor-e ment of the memorial, and urged Jewish groups to -participate ac lively" in plans to make the Jewi-h pavilion a fitting monument to Jewi'h martyrdom The be built out of a Ancbwta barrack, will be in the form ol a museum. The conference also endorsed unaiiimou-l> to mark the 20th anDiversarj >: the liberation of Nazi concentration >amp. and n-iommended that -t> constituent membertake part in a comnumura ti\e program in Poland in May. 1965. TERMITES call Urlcin fee the take •* yassr home I THE GREATEST GIFT FOR YOU IS A SAFE ISRAEI BOND Nappy Ht.t fear from Israel Mayshie Fri*db-r§ Rabbi Joseph E. RaciovjW %  been Jf 1 3595 945 MICHIGAN AVI.. MIAM. Continued from Page 1-A Board of Jewish Deputies; and Rabbi Morris Sandhaus. chief chapiam erf the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. On Friday night. Aug. 14. there ...il be special memorial servicefor U.S. Col. Mickey Marcus, who :,u_ht and died :n the I-rael War of Independence, and lies buried at VYe=t Point. Dr. Abraham Duker will set the too* for resolutions expected to be presented at the convention with a discu--ion. -Crisis in Ne gre-Jewish Relations."The JWV ,ates are expected to ; high ir table of n '.utions the questionof civil n^htano ism. Dr Docker is director of libraries and professor of history' at y. sb I '-.. %  • %  rsity. Also scheduled at the sessions are Brig. Gen Edmund L Mueller, assist ant divisional commander 2nd Infantr>. PI Benning. 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Page-JUA Je*isti fUridhm Friday. Ac*ju: 7. 1964 I IVrife as f Please By am ALPtRT The Flags May Fly, but Will the Athletes Stand the Gaff? Haifa W HEN THE flags o f the nations pa rade around the b i g Olympic stadium in Tokyo for the 196J | \v o r I d Olympics, the blue and white of Israel will be then with the rest, in token of the participation of a team Of some IS Israeli sportsmen But when the winners in the respective events are asked to come forward to receive their medals, there is little expectation that anj Israeli will plaec high enough in any event to merit an award Israel is a sports-loving country, but the conditions which lead to producing of champions do not exist here. Facilities are lacking, and proper coaching scarce. In America, the four years spent on a college campus are a period of intense training, where champions are nurtured. There is no such thing in Israel as '"athletic scholarships."' and even the most promising of athleteat the Technion or Hebrew University quickly discover that the pressure of their studies leaves little time for the con -tint practice which is so necessary. Furthermore practically every Israeli youth spends two years or more in the army. The program here turns out good physical specimens, but the purpose of the training is a much more serious business than the grooming of sports field champions. There is also an absence in Israel of the kind of strong competition against which the skilful sportsman is honed to produce a champion. In the selection of Israel's Olympic team, certain standards must be met. The record achieved up to sixth place in the 1360 Olympics is set as the level required for any athlete who wantto go to Tokyo. In recent months, hundreds have sought to reach that level, but few have attained it, even when an additional two percent lee way was allowed so that not everybody would be disquali fied." Hope springs eternal, and the Israel fans still look for miracles at Tokyo. Much is expected of the team of rifle marksmen who in their practice here came close to the world record. Gershou Shela. breast stroke swimmer, has at home given performances of international standards. How he will do at Tokvo remains to be seen. In pre-OlympiC competition, we were frozen out before Tok vo. Israeli sports lovers :• C seldom discouraged by defeats. Somehow a failure by .. I Israeli team in an intern.: onal lompetiton can always be con verted into a "loss with lion or" or even a "moral victory-" But when the bicycle r.T" • %  r, at Home could not even k • •| 1 ;, P with the pace of the field, and the swimmers came in •<> far back that they were aimfor gotten, even honor could oi be -,ji\ aged. When the Olympic torco s lit in Tokyo. Israel's blu ind white will fly with tb. other rlags. But will there %  any additional "nach. lor ra< .;-" Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN Pompous Failures Who Long for Their Green Youth TO AN EARLY GRAVE. By Wallace Markfitld. 255 pp. New York: Simon and Schuster, 630 Fifth Ave 54.50. W derfully funny concoction, a new mark in that burgeoning field of "Jewish-American" fiction which. for reasons endlessly explained and barely understood, is rapidly becoming a new category of America i writing. Ii Nabokov's "Lolita" swirled the currents of humor and sent them -pinning off in a new and delightful direction, il Joseph Heller's uproarious Catch 22" set even wider limits, then "To An Early Grave" should also take its place as keynoter of an advanced sophistication ol comic literature. The novel gathers up four middle-aged Jewish intellectuals. New Critics and little-magazine writers of tenuous talent all. squeezes them together into a Volkswagen, and off they go to find the Brooklyn funeral parlor where their former leader, Leslie Braverman, "a secondary talent of the highest order." lies awaiting services and friends. Part-time socialists, full-time and self conscious literati. Yiddisbists by birth and upbringing and speech, they are not really friends, but they are too pretentious to be enemies. By MAX LERNER Who Killed Law and Order in Harlem? W HEN THE BATTLE -libsideand the victims counted the worst casualty in the Harlem tragedy v. ill be the frail body <>f public order Unlike the his torj "I Europe and Asia and Africa, where for centuries religious and racial groups have murdered each other. ,he tradition in the big Northern cities i>| America has been to stop short ol killing. The amazing thing about New York has been that a melange of religions, nationalities, and races have managed with exceptions to live side by side without death their hearts Now that proud record is ended. who killed public order in Harlem? The police blame the Negro gangs, the Negro leaders blame the police and the city officials, the Acting Mayor blamethe agitators both social worker and sociOlogist blame the Harlem environment with its poverty and slums and heartbreak Which of them is right'.' No one of these Indictments tells the v hole story. Together one can make a pa'tern ol them. The environment theory by itself is too easy for there have been worse slums and poverty in Harlem in past years and they have not made a battlefield of the Harlem streets Yet there is no doubt that the pathos of the slumcounted, by helping to provide the inflammable human material. Nowhere is poverty meaner than in racial ghettos. Nowhere is discrimination nastier than when it is a boot stepping on the laces ol the poor. No moh manipulator.-, could have stirred the mob to a lury ol ilame if the inflammable material ol poverty and despair were not there. The cruel fact about the civil rights revolution is that its victories have not ea-ed the bitterness. Head the history ol the French Revolution, ol the recent African revolutions, and you will find that < aeh gain they made fed their intensity. Then there was the incident. There is always an incident that acts like a spark to touch oil the inflammable material. For some months now we nave known of the sullen anti-white hatreds building up in Harlem. Then came the shooting of a boy by an off-duty policeman, and the boy's funeral: they formed incident enough. Finally there were the professional manipulators. I am not talking ol responsible leaders like James Farmer, who have had to show their militancy in order not to lose their following lo the extremists. I am talking of the mixture as in \iiiea— the mixture of black fascism and black Leftism, including black Communists A place like Harlem, a time like ours—these are bound to spawn movementof hate and despair which are used bj cynical men for their own purposes. As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Don't We All Back God, Family and Country? T HERE WAS A Rail) for Cod, Fain ilv and Country" in our town the other day; and one came away from it ing that rea-onable conservatives in the nation would spring awake in time tint tinhew madness A melange ol nativistic piety, deeptionism, over reliance on I Officers, and contempt for civil rights greeted the rallj partici i |y and country are in trouble, a rally llld conclude, Unless the Bible takes the i % %  oi the I on-i int KHI and ever.v body puts "Back Your Local Police" -inkeron windshiends \ thi %  h blushing disclaimers of John Birch Society or-hip of the rally were placed upon the record, the philosophy, literature and personnel identified with Birchmen manned many of the booth.-: Bircbmen. including Former California Congressman John II. Rous-elot. the new public relations director of the John Birch Society, spoke at the two-day talk marathon, and the top logician ol the Birch Society. Robert Welch, was honored at a SI.', a plate dinner in the cour-e of the conclave In such a jolly company, you might prettj well know !iv now what you would receive lleniv Cabot Lodge Mould be referred to bj ore ipeaker .."Hero*} Sabot < e, the current surge for >i\ii rights would be labeled a Communist plot, and the political career ol I'.arrv Ivvater would be hailed, advanced, ami prayed l.ii Sin Coldwater has denied he ;s a memlier of the lohn Birch Soeictv and has placed on record the lact that be has had mere violent arniimeou with Mr u,.i,i, The non-hero is Morroe Ricff. the good schnook who never quite made the in-group m the deai dead Greenwich Village days, it is he who manage the most honesty, couched a.it im an < Mess sentimentality: "Leslie, he begged, intercede ••>• me. 1 am no big intellect. 1 am no bargain. I itch too much television. I read, but I do not ret I 1 am not lost, exactly, but still I am nowhere. I am the servant of no great end. I follow the r-">m mrndation ol the Consumer's Research Bullet" i" For essentially — and this is the sadness •• inch lies at the root ol all good humor) — they are pompous failures who lon<: for their green youth when everything was still possible, and who. tired new and beaten, secretly love the comfortable n brow culture it is their intellectual dutj to abhor. The book is lull of Jewish talk and jokes ar the special kind of culture in-a-cullure peculiar t" .•ws. satirized with scathing tcndein .-In fact, mv greatest misgiving — and the largest difficulty — is that there Is a surfei of privacy here, so that whole paits el the nov> will be hardly comprehensible to non-Jews and thai sven Jews of too recent generation will miss who nuances Ol reeling and pattern I hope not. It I really be a pity, a "sboden." Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Dangers to Diaspora : aleiu % HE FIVE DAY sessi if the world ( xcctlliv e I the World Jewish Congre held lor the first time in Jl Ii ilcm. sounded a stern wa i -: ol the dangers lacing the life ol the Jewish communitif In the Diaspora. Some ol l ie facts brought out in the i irse "I the deliberationC I ie, no doubt, aa shock to ir ly here not acquainted with rei -nt developments on the Jew i icene, The major address, delivered by the YVJC p estdent, Dr. Nahum Goldnrann, and the reports ol delegs •• from various countries—especially those dealing with the re vival of anti-Semitism—could not leave one lii -d with deep apprehensions. We heard a comprehensive report on the • lation in Latin America, where anti-Semitism is far. led and actively supported hy the Arab League The re -esentative.of the Argentine Jewish community warned of the danger of physical attacks, one could not hut ink ol the word "pogroms." and while in Latin AmCl the danger of anti-Semitism appears sharpest, othe. ".'ports told about its growth in many other parts of the work! posing in the words of I)i Cnldmann. "a potenti > threat t< Jewish existence and equality of rights I Goldmann spoke of the existence of "a kind of an emit> c International based on contacts between the vai IS neoNazi, Fascist and anti-Semitic movements." And one could not but wonder, especially in IC lighl of past tragic experience, about the adequai it the course of action pursued hitherto ill oriler t imbal this growing, old-new danger, Indeed, listening to the deliberation-, one il I not I'M reach the conclusion that the pattern ol J sh a< tion requireg a radical change, one that would ".-ore a more concerted and mure coordinated approai i by the %  Jewish organizations if the hal >s ol the hour are to be met High on the session's agenda was the pr< Jam ol v the present position and the tutor, i Bovlel Jewo which, barred from maintaining itreligious, co omunal %  tin %  i I.... ""•nil Kt-i



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iday. August 7. 1964 vJeHistiflerkfictr Pceje 3-B rabies Girl Leads lew Dance Group Linda Rovin, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Sol Rovin. Coral Gables. s formed an Israeli Dance roup which had its first session Monday night at Temple Imanu-El. i over 30 participated in the nitial class which will continue meet on Mondays at 8:15 in the temple. Assistant instructor is leggi Yanich. I A teacher of Spanish at Palletto Senior High, the lovely 24|var-old Miss Rovin is also an ctress at Studio M and has taught ancing at Beth Am. At 16. the fiiie-cved beauty was chosen by Fred Berk, of New York City, to erform throughout North Carojia with an Israeli dance group, Sid later was winner of a Hillel cholarship to the University of lianii |The early part of this summer, arkhaircd Linda attended an .xaeli Dance Workshop at Hcnfersonville. N.C.. where the intnsive program covered 40 dance putincs. choreography and teachig methods. Miss Rovin plans to work towards a Masters degree in folk lance at Columbia University in %  ew York City. *S?. Mrs. Robins At Temple Judea Write Elephant Sale Following a short business meeting on Thursday evening, Aug. 13, Education Committee of TernRobyn Tubin Chapter. City of pie Judea announces the appoint! Hope, will have a white elephant ment of Mrs. Ellis (Malka) Robins sale at First Federal, 125th St. as supervisor of the Hebrew School' and th Avc. Donor credit will 1 Department D0 P vcn '" r items purchased, and Mrs. Robins holds a national \ refreshments ill be served. Hebrew Teacher's license, as well a* a license from the Bureau of i Jewish Education, where she was I one of 20 teachers honored reI cently. She is a member of the I Hebrew Educators' Alliance and Brooklyn Couple Wins Yuban Tour Milady Blintzes Tops for Serving At all Meals People who know good eating 1 know that Milady's Blintzes are delicious served a variety of ways, both as a main course in-' M dessert. Aficionados of blintzes will enjoy the following recipe which is particularly good for festive summer serving: • the National Association of Tern pie Educators. Mrs. Robins is the author of a, Hebrew book for children pub-i lished by the Committee for Jew-i ish Education of New York. A Brooklyn, N.Y., couple, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schw immer. are the winners of Yuban Coffee's 1964 Israel contest. By having their entry picked from among tens of thousands of MISS LINDA ROVINS 'Intermarriage' is Subject „„' letters sent in from all parts of, in addition to the ^"v.sorj : ,,„, UnitC(l statcSi the schwimmers capacity. Mrs. Robins vuU.teach %  ^ W(| round trip fares t0 ,n the Sunday and Hebrew Schoo York. They will Departments. She has^ taught at ^ Romc on Temple-Judea for eight yeais. I ^ Amer|c M Jc aippcr an(1 Mrs. George Baum, chairman of | hen on 0 Td Aviv via connect the Education Committee, lists reRabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritua leader of Beth El. will be guest quirements for faculty members on "Open Mike" radio program, of the Religious Schools as knowlu J. c 4. o edge of subject matter, experience 1490 on the dial, Sunday. 7 to 9 jn ~ tcachin2 J at the asslgned leve p.m. His subject will be "Interand ccl tification by the Dade marriage." Host is Hendrik County Schools and. or the Bureau Berns of Jewish Education. tag jet. Mr. and Mrs. Schwimmer included a Yuban label with their entry and by so doing won a S500 cash bonus for expenses. The Yuban Israel contest was featured in Jewish media, and Cheat* Blintzes with Coffe* Marshmallow Saute l pkg Milady Cheese Blintzes 1 cup sour cream '•j teaspoon vanilla 1-3 cup miniature marshmallow9 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon instant coffee Combine ingredients and beat over a low flame until warm. 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•B lcmi<* ftrri-fi^r Friday. August 7, 1951 Kitesetfc Israel Names Director f.-> --:-;------eance* ix ippOitu5t of Sboia EyeThTii as education in y tie Kaesexh Lsrae. Re %  difference&f or the \ graduate of the r. T* I I. I Hcfcm Day S _3* id ii—i Of tflr LictnMd B-v tt Bro •* trik E:xi's Educarian a %  *-* 1 •..tion la seedr cUdres Ctancaan for the corr ->. CBitOfT • i %  C~T*?7 -_•It — U :a*CB'i aetniSes Le-::.•... leader of in* •:•--. will fcc piace :: K A..• ""* --" and :: ~ Hebrew Univ. Dental School To Be Dedicated utoam EMMivm Fabbi Scftrff on TV %  th I i!l conduct the Saaday IYLBW H.c -%  -' Ferdie Subject Of Program Amdec F-ri.e Florida B M 11 Veterau I •-. mtcd Statd u abject :Year L.:e program -. Isjjjj ;g Narrator and master [ (1 '• Cha.rrr Of affair horn Ferd.e M Michael Schccter In %  neati *Mn her Calchmar. %  -.-•• %  : bj Me* Leonora Lehman M. ti r and I ng honored guests Joseph Murphy, of Cora! Gatlev Lou Whitworth Corr Dave Ker.r Pre-jdent of I chairman the Education Committee ording t Di Morton Ft' -ho wili repre-ent th" Greater Miami Chapter of the Alpha Onega Fraternity at the n eerem miea. the new will be "the only Claw A Ul tchool .r. the entire Middle East I Derta. Fratern nieh has saore than 150 mem jter Miami, in \W$ Israel Dental > pita! and field equipn el. aqualified teach'-r -. dental personnel In Alpha Omega established „ pnw al dental school, and a can. paign was begun tor the buikU of thf new dental school a 5 Lilahliihaaal of the Alpha i Jme§J Research and Pottfi ter $:.500.000 was r^ fulfillment of tniFounders from the Greater Miami Alpha Omt; [, r Herman Aasnbei, M ^^ er. Meyer E Eggnal Alfred (ieronemu-. Elliott t, rdoa, Georfc A Graham. Mori -. Rosec. and Matthen II 1 British Fascists Jolted LONDON (WNS A bid by the National Socialist Party to hold ar. open-air meeting at Tra,r Sq-.iare on Sunday collap>ed y of Works said it would ban the planned rally be In All* • rallj led I ri I filing of • would be Hitler of • ntly fei. with other neo-Nazi leader. 5 rith Youth ORfaniaodioii is 40 years old bjt rKB Tr.e beys division. Aleph Zad %  Uanti :.si ita beginning u Omaha Nebr.. :.z ha* since btos.son.ee into the world's argest Jewish youth crr-r..za:ior.. wi-.h 1.800 haoters of AZA. B'na: B'ruh Girls and B'nai : rith Young Adults in the United States and Canada. Program of socai. religious, comnunity service, leadership uaining. cultural. thlsfic cir.c .r.:eiiaith activities is designed to leet the needs of teen-agers today. A father nd son spor.s award banquet highlighted the iccasion with Willie Pastrano, light heavy/eight champion of the world, presenting trophies to football and softball league winners for 1964 Receiving trophies 'left to right are I...o! Fledell. past South Florida Council godol end asaiitant cthletic advisor; Jack Dressner. Council vice president. Zion AZA; Mike Tryscn, pcxr presider.:. Zion AZA: Ronnie Lerner. president Shield of David AZA; Jeff Breslaw, president. Exodu AZA; Stanley Kaplan, presider.*. Hillel AZA; Richard Str'ongin, Council cthletic cr.cirrr.an. Balfour AZA: Jeff Chase, pas! president. Royal Palm AZA Jeff Gydney. president Royal Palm AZA. Keynoting the banquet was Judge Milton Friedman, pest president. District 5 Grand Lodge. Dutstanding AZA aiumru are honored at a ecent rededication ceremony conducted by ack Fink, past grand aleph godol '1926-27), <3st president. Florida Region. Anti-Defama.on League, and treasurer. Florida Regional ioant Left to right are Mike Lipton. 322 AZA. \ow advisor to Zion AZA; Sigmund Zilber. Baltimore AZA. now advisor to Royal Palm AZA; Haywcud Fox. founder preaid em l. Z o di n r AZA. Elliot Fledell. past South Florida Council godol: Arthur Aptakin. alumnus and now advisor to Shield of David AZA: George Bernstem, alumnus. 322 AZA. past advisor of Gables AZA. and member of BBYO Board of Directors; Judge Milton Friedman; Jack Fink 'center;; Larry Pames, alumnus and now advisor to Hillel AZA. the smartest three words you can say about a function: s D0K\L on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elecance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and exiuted wedding*. heons. busine>i meetings ranging from 10 to 1000 or in a mi ami country club setting Spaciousness t* the key-note of your affa r amidst the plushrwss of the Doral Cou: ( luh. 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...... the (JJi ovnan s UJoM \ Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, August 7, 1964 Section E — JWV Auxiliary in National Meet MRS. BlUNAKD WANDER national liaison officer t Beth Am members recentl] welcomi>> Temple Beth Am. 59M IK> ndall Dr., arc. B" and Mrs. Joshua ECliger7805 Crespie Blvd.; Mr. and Gilbert Strauss, (>!:>5 sw St.; Mr. and Mrs, Samuel stein, 6815 SW 89th TIT; Mr Jack Gottlieb. 9835 sw St.; Dr and Mrs Allen K:ii/. SW 82nd SI ; Mr and Mrs lie Kaye, 6899 SW 92nd St. and Mrs David Knornber, SVi irtth Tcr ; Mr. and Mrs Id Malin. 1261 Dickinson St.; and Mrs. Shainuck, 37 S. ProsDr.; Mr and Mrs. Abner ion, 66550 SW 95th Ave.; Mr Mrs William StOSSer, 9 the Haven S 'hool HI South Miami. Program will include Dr. Robert M. McKey. chiel pediatrician, who will accept a Junior Tompkins Aspira tor with table and Remwal Laii^e Instrument Sterilizer. Also scheduled are Mrs Ruth Kornreich, past department president, and national chairman of welfare; anrt Mis. Sylvia Phillips, chairman oi I he Department oi Florida Child Welfare Monday, Aug. 10— At 2 p.m., workshops on organizing, Mrs Bertha Greenbcrg, chairman, a past national president; member-hip. Mrs. Rose Schorr, chairnational service vice prcsi: %  -A Junior Division, Mrs Iris ; iltch, ehairmai past department president; and leadership, Mrs. pi Goldhagen, chairman, past :! prenil nl Other w rkshops will include i munit) r ions, Mr-. Jes vilz, chairman, past depi Continued or. Page 2-B MRS. BtHJAWN HABIRMAN national liaison officer n J bv ISABEL GRCVE WANT night to New York [or Dr Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal week ml then a Sabena jet Brussels for several days in capital of Belgium Next. Merdam a n d Copenhagen Kl-e they will live for live or days in the home of a prom pit Copenhagen dentist Kt leg "i the Journey, a sighting tour through the Hans ri-iian Anderson fairyland tntrj ending in Fredriekahav. Alter a short stopover Gothenberg, Sweden, five in Stockholm, a Folklore lUr will take them to Oslo. Bough the fiord country to Reran on the west coast of Noria> ... A rail trip on the fast tpress Hydrofoil to Stavanger •< "ii the MIIH i ;n > I illowed f\ a cruise on the MS Astrea %  ross the North Sea to Rotter lani. then overland to Paris the energetic and adventurous %  Duple won't be back in Miami until the first o| September. Huge birthday cake a n d bandies, buffet -upper with all the trimmin's, and 30 guests appearing suddenly to shout "happy birthday" at the surprise barty for William Friedman's f5th anniversary last Saturday Hosts were bis children. Budge and Mrs. Milton (Sylvia I Friedman and Rosalind and Reriird Sutta Gala held in the ittas' Coral Gables home Reunion of some of the Pi imbda I'hi boys recently when %  Femberg and wife Elaine %  artained at an informal splash irty and supper at their home Fraternity brothers and tuaea poolaide included Stanley id Martha Cohen. Lou and Ruth fechsler [Three unbeatable reasons for Eileen and Murray Levine to navel north to Hendersonville, N.C. Leaving this week to visit offspring .lack ll. Jonathan 8 and Felicia 7. at lamp .ludea. Future bride, Arlene TUrchen, members of the wedding party and relatives guests Saturday at a iuneheon in the Cafe Jardm Suisse Charming group of hostesses were Mis Anne Drey er, Myia | Mrs, Aaron) Fan-. Anne (Mrs. Morris) Alpert. and Frances (Mrs. Charles) Oppcnheim Gathered round the festive board, Mrs. Sylvia Tur chen, mother of the bride: Mrs. Sue Margoiis, the bridegrooms mother; Harriet (Mrs Stephen) Margoiis, who will serve as matron of honor; and brides maids, Linda (Mrs Peter S.) I'erkel. Miss Elaine Cliau-ky. Eva (Mrs. Dave Levy and Miss Marlene Karp Wedding bells will ring for Arlene and Law rence David Margoiis this Sund %  > On a tour Of the northern conn tries of Europe, Rabbi S. M, and Rose Machtei took a brief look behind the Iron Curtain with a short stop in Leningrad. Mr. and Mrs Russell Brand. ot Woodmere, Ll.. bouseguests last week Oi her sister. Mrs. Jen nie Gordon, and her mother, Mrs Ida Hart/. Recuperating at home after a -lav in Cedars ol Lebanon fOT surgery. Mrs. Cecil Myers feeling better every day Daily visitors giving her a chance to thank personally the many who kept the mailman busy with cards of good wishes and lined her room at the hospital with beautiful floral arrangements. YIM'll MMMWC1 AT KG lllM\i:*S A\P MAIIE.MOIKELLE'K PASSPORT TO CAMPUS COLLEGE FASHION SHOW AUDITORIUM, DOWNTOWN MIAMI MONDAY AUGUST 10" ATS6 ^N P M AND THE surprise guest! CHESSMEN! WITH YEH-YEH MUSIC! PICK UP YOUR COMPLIMENTAkY TICKETS NOW IN THt COLLEGE SHOP THIRD FLOOR DOWNTOWN MIAMI see demonstration of "scopitone"! "picture" juke box %  ^ Ovy^y


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% idcry. August 7. 1984 I • 3 *Jkni$li fkyrklian O t> i t u a >FERSTE!N r i e 9 held Aug. S. -I'Vlee-"" ,-. MAX. .tire 35, of i" "i Bay Rd., dl< d July -"-'. Operator of several Ir.s.ut hotels in New York, he ram? here Ir-'in Kl. lachman, N.Y., l:;a years &JfO. '" Miami hioperjateil Klscr's tier, itmnwrnrm i-enIti r ii the end of Flagler si. in InnSb*, and was former owner of %  tinParkway Theater. He was a Jiife member of Blscayne llaaonlc >dge and a member of Hoih David Synagogue, survivors Include wife Bertha; two sons, Nat li. %  Cupper and l>r. I,. K. Kupper; a |d!iuuhi< a r. Mm. Jean Full, of Brcenvffle, B.C.; five grandchildren anil three great-grandchlliir. ti Services were in-id July 24 lln liirdon humeral Home. 1ILLER [II VROLD H.. are 32, of Ft. Laudrdale. Came here from Cataklll, I.V., eight yearn ugo and maintained an accountant*! office In the Ooral RIilK" Section. Survived by his wife, n pun who Is atti n.lIm: medical college, and a danghwho is a public school teacher. pa,n ins uf the widow are Mr and I linn llariman, 420 32nd St. FALK. Phodori 64, of I loo Venetian way, til. ii vug, ::. gervlcas In the Bronx, N.v. Riverside. FEIRSTEIN. Laura, x7. nf TT.'i NIV •.•l.'Il.-i.^' IAu *-• Gordon. GOLDSTEIN. Samuel, 72. ..f ::::„ sui, KL, died Aim. 3. Riverside. ROMACK. Albert, 60, of 1300 Bay i:• Riverside. GOLDBCRG. I.Milan, tit. 177th St., died Aug. 1. KUOLER, SI.II.IU 44 176th si., died Aug. i. GROSS. Mrs. juii s.. 52 Ave, Riverside. JOSOWiTZ. Ali-s K.nn. Riverside. Ily. 86, i.f IJJ Riverside. .f*-f f raon A \.. RABIN, Mrs. Mi 01 1(91 XE Riverside. %  %  I lid* NIC Rlverald*. u mc. West I!'. ,,r MS LEGAL NOTICF Meridian Ave. AMES. Cecelia, i of inn Wallace st • oral Gables, .(ted July :u. Gordon. 'BECKERMAN. Abraham, 74, of I4H K. Ba> Heritor In-., died Aug. l. si rvlci III \. w Yi.ik. Riverside FRENCHMAN. An-. Agn Wist Ave., ili-il Aits | New Jersey. Rlveraldi KORETZ. Hi njamln, jo, •.'-.'nil Ave., died Aug. 1 _THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ilTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 1 FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 873Z \ \ is i: nt *ixs Plaintiff, \ s. • vi> RUSKELL linixs I'. ii n.l.inNOTICE OF PUBLICATION Kl.nYH Rl'SSBLL UOINH Residem e L'nknown. mi. FLOYD Itl ssci |. COINS Ii. r.l.\ notified that a Bill of nilil.ilnt for Divorce has been filed m-: you, .mil you ;n r< i|ulr< d lo H Copj "f your nnswei or pli ad to the Bill ..f Complaint on the lintlir attorney i i: Mayers, fi Building, Miami, Fla., file tin original answer or pi [he mill • nf (he Cl< rk ol i ill • 'ourt ..ii or before the Sth IS. ,i. nibi r, 1964. II \..u lail i •I-nt hj default will I., taken ti •.?i? u /'"' "" '•' ll,f onnde.i ii.. I till of • •i.in|,i tint. i'in tic< shall I., pnblished once i• • .i f.-.i,.in. nnaecutIvi <.-ks FTHI: JI.-UISII n...mi.i IN *NB ANll URDERKD al Miami, 'InSth .lav of August, A.1-. s. 71. s. vli f :•!" ; > ill if N61 s\v tiveralde. LEGAL NOTICE i no and in. das NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NtVTICR is URRKItY tllVKN that [hi undi i-l-jii. it. desiring t.. engage in business under the fictitious name "f SKiTKlTY TRAINING SKKVU-I-; n i I6S46 W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami Beach Intends to reglstir '..ill name with ih. Clerh ..f thi Circuit I'oui t of Dade County. Florida. RITA I.. ZARTH, Sole i iwn. i IVVII. K\\ ITNKY nf ih ." st.-in. K\v1tne> ,v tloudiss \i|..rn.> for ipplic i TI t 120 Lincoln Road 71 l-;'l-L'x mSm ~ LTCAL-RcTicT— NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8600 BARBAR \ IUER, Plaintiff, \s. KKNNITII BIRR, Defen4nnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: KRNNRTH BIRR ••7-1W 2Ien Strut Qui ens Village I.OIILIsland, New Ymi< Y.iii. KRNNETH BIRR, are hereby notified that :. mil ,.i complaint for Divorce lias n Bled against von, anrt you are required to servo B cony V. f ,„ y '"L r V K V "or Pleading to the rtlll i.f i omiiiaiiit on thiplaintiffs Attorney, RI OH ART) MORTON 7S->:, x.K. s-cruHi Avenue, Miami, Florida, :m.i ni, HI,, original Answer or Plead"•" '" '"<• "f the Clerk of the > ircuit Court mi inbefore the ith day ol Beptember. 1984. If rod fail to do % o. Judgment by default will be taken against you f..r the r. II. f demanded in tinBill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecnttve weeks in TIIK JEWISH Fl.i iRIDI \X IM.NK AMI ORDERRD al Miami. Florida, this Srd day ..f August, A.D. 1961, B. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk I'mnil I.,.in. Had. County, Florida • seal) By: K. H I.AWVAY I'.'.IIV Clerk RICHARD MORTON 7M'-. N.R. :'nd Avenue Miami, Fla.—PL 7-::i]| Attoi n. j f. r plaintiff 8 7-ll-i'l ^'s Pcige ]]-= LICAL NOTIcl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICR IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrmg to engage In business under %  %  • fictitious names of: bTERLINQ PLUS SUPER PAN MERIT Hi TEX NORTHRRN ST.Mt L\liH it 7::uo N.W. 35th Avenue, Miami, rioilda Intends to register said names "li Hie Clerk i.f the Circuit CoUrt Of lade County, Hot Ida. BHORTENING CORP. nl> FLORIDA INC. By: President George Theobald AARON If. KANNBR :' I.'. Security Trust 1-tldg. .Miami 62, Floi'Ida Attorney for Shortening Corp. of Florida, inc. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T tELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTR'C" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7875 CAR1DAD PEREZ. Plaintiff, FLORENClO PEREZ, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: FLORENClO PEREZ P. <. Rox P Mountain pale, N %  %  York TOU ARE HBREBT notified tl :i i'oni|ilaint for Divorce has bu fili-d against you. and you are h--r by required to serve a copy of yn answer to the Complaint on t Plaintiffs attorney, LESTER R<> I.'IIS. whose address is 921 N.W. 14 ST. it, .Miami. Florida, and file, t ; original of the Answer in i B LEATHERMAN, Clerk D' lit i ourt. I'ade County, Florida ><> Bj I-:. II I.ANWAY I "eputy i 'l, rk Mayers briivy ,n i.r,ungress Building r*">. Fta. Ph: 371-1818 I 7-14-21-58 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF. is HEREBY HIVRN that Hi.undersigned, desiring to engage In i.iiin -under thi fictitious name of COMMERCIAL CARPET AND FCRNITIItK PI •...' %  •. s VV. ^ti. Street \i ami mi. ndi to reglati r said name with the cierk of the Circuit of i>a.i.County, Florida INTERIORS BY SrZANNE, INC. :i Fla. %  ol 'i.orntii-11 MORTIMER S COHBN Attorney for Aopllcant '•13 \ii,-l. j Bldg. S 7-iI-21-28 'ALMER IEMORIALS • "Miami's Only liwitm Meaameaf mmil4*tt u LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! Srhedulecl Unveiling SUNDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1964 All. N'cfco Cemetery ADA P0U0CK, 11 o.m. %  b\ Morns Shop [SEE WHAT YOU BUY! lo NOT BUY FROM MAIL [ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRYI iy Direct from the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S *IAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders 3279 S.W. 8th Strent • 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0921 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64000 D IN RE: Estate of RICHARD H WISENBAKER i Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims in Demands Against Said Estate: Y..II are hi n by notified and required to present en> claims and demand* which yon may have ntminst thi .stale ,.f RICHARD II Wlsr\BAKRB dei eased htte ..f Had.County, Florida, t.. the Count] Judges of Had.County, :ind file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section ..::: !•:. Florida statuti -. in their offices ni tinCounty Courthouse in IMII.Count). Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of the fli-t publication hereof, or the same ill be bun .1 I'at. d at Miami, I orlda, Ih loth dn> ..i .lull .AH i Till IMA?CHABLE.S WISBNBAKBR and Rl (BERT W ISBN II VKER, -icK\. cutors '• n l I'ihit Ion ..i iins notice on the 7th d I) .1' Vugust, i:n,i ARONOVITZ, KILVEI1 .v scin:i: Ail. mi. \ f, p • '•K\. 60" \ Inslej II il ling Miami. F| irida t 7-H IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63972-A IN RK I %  -i DAVID AIARCI'S I '.-. :i-, .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All %  • dlto and Ml Persons Ha> IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 64046-A IN RK Rstate of RRRRC< A SI BIN I %  PI 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Havinr Claimor I' manda Against Said Rstate: Von are hereby notified and required t.. nreHent any claims and demnnds which yon mav have neah'sl the estate .-r REBECCA STEIN d. ceased late ..f Dade County, Florida I., ih. Cnnntv .Iiidgi of Dade County, and file the same In I'uplicate and % %  Provldi i -•%  nn 738 IK, Florida Statutes, in their n'flces In the CnnjnCourt M Cnirrthouse In Dade Countv, Florida, within -is calendar m h from the time ..f the first nubPca'tion hereof, ..i iiie ....win i„. harri i Dated -,t Miami F* rida, this Ith day of Auanist A 1>. I9i;t SOPHIE RTRIN ASTRACHAR As Executa i\ First piibllrmtion of this notice on ih. .ih day of August, 1964. MM TON V FRIEDMAN \ Itorney for Executrix 1111 Ainsl.y l-.uil.lim; 7-14-21-2* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 638B9-B I IN REtJSatat) ..1 l.i ifls til IREN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i'o All Creditors and All Persona Ha> ine claims or Demands Against Said Estate: V..ii are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which von mav havi agalnsl the .-stale of l.id'is QOREN ih>ceased late of Wayne County, to the Count} Judges.of Dade County, and file the same lit duplicate and as provided In I Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Count] C thouae in Dade County, Florida, within six • al. n.iar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same lll be ban i d. Dated at Miami Florida, this 27th day of July, A 11. lam MILTON II. MANNHB1MER As Ancillary A Imlnistratnr C T \ KV NI •: B & MA N N11 Rl M RI: Attorney for Rstate of Ixiuis lion n :"n I luponl Plasa Center Miami, i lurid* 7 31, S 7 -! I ir! : original or the Answer in the effi 8/7-14-21-281** ,n '" ,, ,k of the PHeventh Juitlic Z —7J Circuit In and for Dado County. Fh Ida. on or before the isth day VIIL-'I-I. IttBt. In default of which t Complaint will be taken as confet ed ll\' vou. DATKIi this l"'h day of July. IS K. B. LKATIIEBMAN Clerk of the Clrrult Court By C. P. COPELAND 7 '17-24-31, Rstate Vo quired mnnds the unii-i i in. HIiAgainst Saul in to pres \. in. h eatate of • -I ;. .ih, Count. \ and file tin iprot Ided in Statuti -. In t ii ly Courtis \\ Ithin six • ih. time ..f tl.. of. or the sain."ill be barn d. Dated at Miami, Florida, this i day of Jut), A.D i'...i I IB Vli • i • .|| MARCI'H ill AKi,rl n: s.\ m IFF As Kxe.-iiiors First publication of this notli I the Jtn day of August, 1961 LEi IN A BP8TB1N AII.IIIII-> for Rstate ISO Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, I'la H 7-14-21-28 I ed and rial an) claims and deiou ma) havi ngainsl HAV1D \l Ml. is dei lade 'mint). i i idges of I lade < 'ounin duplicate and %  tion 7.11 I*, Florida il In i In the I 'ullllin l >ade • *ount). Florcalendar months from flrsi publication hereNOTICE rY PUBLICATION IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C P669 ANNIE MAE WniTKX. Plaintiff, \-s. I. M I:AI. \VI KH'KN Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO I AI'KAI. WOOTEN 1267 SOIII h L'lst St. Philadelphia, Pa. you, LAI'RAL WOOTEN, are hereby notified -hat a Kill nf Com pis nl for Dlvon %  has been fil-1 against "ii. and ) mi are required t.. servi a .-..ox nf your Answer or Pleading t>. 'in Bill of Complaint on the PlainBSSBN .v KSSEN KSQS |2iw Vlnsli Building, Miami: Florida, and fill the original Answei or Pleading In the office of thi Clerk ..' the Circuit 'ourt on i r before i hi tth day of September, l64. If you fall to di. s-.. ludgineni by default will be taken ngalnt I you for the relief demanded In iti. BUI of Complaint, This notice shall be published oi each wei ,.. ',In ill 1 : JEWISH KI.I HtlDI \\ IHINK \M> i iBDRRRD al Miami, il, I hiIth day ..t August, A I • II I i: B. l.E \T1IRRM.\N, Clerk, i' %  t i ri. I ..ili "ount) Fl seal) Bv: i: II. I.A \\\ \ \ I l >puty Cli :k l>SI-:\ .v BSBKN, i:siis 12" K Alnsli v Bldg., Miami. !''., Attorne) i. r Plaintiff IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE N). 63424 C IN RE; Rstate ol "Sf Alt s. ADLER I l.-ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i'o AII c-e.iit,..and \il Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Rstate: Vou are hereb) notified and re I quired to pn .%  i i an) claims and demands which \..ii may have against the estate of •..ar 8. Adler deceased late ..t Dade County, Florida, to the i panty Judfti s ..f Bade County, and nl. ih.Kami in their offices in the '"',""."> fourthouse in Hade County M.ri.la. withm six calendar months from the date ..f the first publication ( hereof, or the same will be barred CAROL S C\IMX Rxecutrix OAIDIN ,v BOTHBNBRRil Att.-i n.v Ml." Biscayne Bldg, Miami, Florida 7 31, N 7-1 l-:'i CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA No. 64C 8018 CORA LER SMITH Plaintiff, \ s. JESSR SMITH. ,i|; Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yi if. .IRSKR SMITH. JR. Rl sidi-n.-e 1 nkin.u li are not If h ,i m %  n. a cop> answer t.. i Cnmpbtlnt filed against you on Pluinl ifl at tin m i CKORCR NICHOLAS, 612 N.W Aye Miami. I'la.. and file with Clerk ,.f this Court ..n in -isi of August, 1964, otherwise complaint will In confessed In you DATBD .lulv 24, 1964. i: B l.i: VTHER.M W. Clerk is.-ali B) MARiICERITR MOBFORD ul i i 'i. k I, s 7-1 i-:'l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'R" IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63682A IN RR: Kst.-u. of BENJAMIN L. LEVINSON Dec. ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  p., MI Creditors and All Persons li Ing claims m Demands Against s. Ksta'i : Ton an hen b) notified find r quired to present any claims and i mands which you may have agati the state of Bi njamln L l..-\ Ins deceased late of I'ade County, Fit • Ida, to the County Judges of Da County, and tile the same In duplica and is provided in Section 731. 1-1. i ii.i Statutes, in their ofl il..Count) Courthouse in Dade Cou ly, Florida within six calendar mom ih. time of the flrat publican thereof, or the same will I.,bar ed Dated at Miami. Florida, tfa da) .f July, A.D. 1964. EVELYN s\ l.KVINSuN \s Ex< -ntriv Flrsi nnbllcatlon of this notli %  the :'ith -lay ..f July, 1964 MYERS, IIKI.MAX A. KAI'I.AN Al torneys for Bx< cutrlx 1130 S.W 1st Street 7 84-J1, • 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58795-A i.v RE: Batata of \HISAHAM 01N8BURQ, I >i ceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK r APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE i hereby given thai l ha • filed the Final Report and Petltl for Distribution and Final Dischai as Administrator. C.T A., of the tati of ABRAHAM OINSBL'RO, d ceased: and thai on the 19th August, 1964, will apply to th. Horn • able County Judges of Hade Count Florida, fin approval ..f aald Km.il R port and for distribution and fit dlschargi ..Administrator, C.T.A, the .stat.of the above-natned dei 'ii lit This 1.1th day of July. ll"il. BARRETT M. ROTHENBERG. Admlnlatrator C.T.A of the K.| ABRAHAM UIN8BBRC3, Decean ::"."i Blsca) inBuilding Miami. Florida CAID1N A ROTHENBERU Attorne) '." Il scaym Building Miami. Kim Ida 7 24-31, %  : IN Ti in.%  29th on TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ADRIENNE FINISHING COMPANY • METAL FINISHING • 4630 East 10th Lane Hialeah, Florida Phone 688-0361 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-.. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8531 BENJAMIN Wi.lll., Plaintiff, vs. i; KRTRI'I >E s Wl ill!.. Defi nl.. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BBRTRI'I >K s. \\'i dil. ni I'ali Avenue Lancaster, i %  • nn.-> h a nla You, tSERTRCDE S. WOHL, are hereli) notified thai R Bill of Comiil i ni for I Hvorce has Is en filed agalnsl you and you are required lo Serve a copy ..f your Answer or Pleading to the Hill ..f Complain! on the Plaintiff's attorney, PAI'L KW1TNEV, KSQl'IRE, 4:'i Uncoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, SSI36 and file the original Anawer or Pleading In tinoffice of %  he Clerh of the Circuit Com t ir I., for. th.th da) Hepti ml., r, 1964, If you fa il tn do Judgmenl by default will be ink. .. agalnsl you for th,relief demanded in the r.iii ..f Complaint. This notice shall be published once each we.-i, for four eonsecutlvt weeks In i in: JEWISH PijORIDl VN IM>NB \N|II IRDERED at Miami. I n.riiia. this SI -i da) of July, A.D. 1961 I-:. B. l E \ rilCKM VN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida I-, -ill B) J. .1 i \\\ AN \. ill. 11. inii> Clerk PAI'L KWITNBV, B8QI IRB 136 Uncoln Ho i 1 Miami Beach, KI i. 33119 | Attorne) t'oj 1'la.ntiif i/i-li-tl-tjI CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 8D28 IRBNB Ml'l.l.i-iAN Pla : \ s. JAMBS MICH w.\. Ml 'i.i.iii VN I lel'eii.lnii: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yin JAMES MICHAEL M I'I.I.H :.\.\ relli .>• II le Bronx, Ni \> \' II. notified in -.-i na copi of \ our |ans. ito Divorce t iimplalnl fill •' against yon on Pla lot If Cs attorney, t ..'.i ma) have agalnsl the .stai.of CHARLES W \Nof DREWS d. used late of Dade Couns.i, ty. Florida, to i'.. Cunty .Indues of Hade County, and file insame in duplicate and .,provided in Section •.;• %  :.16, 11. i id. i Statutes, in thi ir offices HI the County Courthouse in Had.County, Florida, within -i\ il. endar months in.in tintime 0 f the rirat publlcatii n hereof, ... the sain. lit be l.an d. Bated al Miami. Plorida, this loth da) oi July, AH ANtSEI. VNDREWS Vi Vilmlnlstratrix Flrsi publication of this not! n the 1 .Hi da) of .1 Illy, |9I I j Si M. IV I. y, N1 U1 ; K ,; Attorney! for Estate Ui .vluaie) I^UI.U.IIA 7. 17-24-31. x/7 a. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL'R" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63511 IN RE: Eatate of IV IBBRT CHARLES HAAS I i.-.-.-ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS r.i MI i 'i. .in, .is ami AII Paraona Ha Ing Clainis or I>. inaiiils Again-i Sa I. slate: 1'ou are hereby notified and r quired to present any claims and dmands which you may have a^-ainthe I-I itl ..I Robert Chnrles Ha.,d. ceased late ..f Hade County. Florid '" 'in Count) Judges of Hade Count and fill the same iii duplicate and in provided in Section 7:13.1. n..rid statutes, in their offices in th..'..in i) Courthouse in Ha.ie County, Fig Ida, within si\ calendar months froi i the time ..f the first publication her of, i %  th< same ill be barred. !'-.'•.i it Miami. Florida, this 7t da) .-i Jul). A.I i. 1964. 1.' l'IS h KATZ Lt 'IIS HAAS As Admlnistratoi %  F si publication of this not %  • 1 • 11 -lav "I July, 19(4 Ml ERS, IIKI.MAN A KAI'I.AN for Vdmlnlatratora li:.n s.W. 1st sir., i i Miami, Florida 33130


"JmisinrrXtew
Peg* 3-A
British Trade Council Bows to Arabs
ibbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid,
ngratulates Rabbi Leon Goldberger upon being appointed
r the Board of Trustees as new ritual director of the Temple,
ibbi Goldberger wai ordained in Europe and will perform
e sexton's duties in the congregation, as well as assist Rabbi
Labovitz in adult education classes. Rabbi Goldberger as-
Burned his duties as of July 15.
( jftufus Learsi Dead at Age 76
PJEW YORK (JTA) Fun-
Services were held here Mon-
for Israel Goldberg, prominent
lerican Jewish educator, author
Journalist, known under the'
pen name of Rufus Learsi, who
died last weekend, aged 76.
Born in Bialystok, Russia, he
brought to this country by
parents when he was a child.
was educated in the New York'
lic schools and received his de- i
from City College. Attcr
-Htnching history and foreign lan-
guages in the city high schools, j
he turned to writing. Among his
-Most prominent works were "Fill-
, fiHmini. the Kpie Story of Zion-I
-Jsi." "Israel: A History of the
ijtewi.-h People," "The History ol
the .lows in America." and a num-
ber of children's books.
He worked with both the Jew-
Mb Kdiication Association and the
Jew is h Kdiication Committee,
founded and edited "World Over."i
and was editor, among other pub-
lications, of the Zionist Quarter-
ly and the Jewish Forum. He was
the co-author, with Dr. Samson
Renderley. of the three-volume
"Outline of Jewish Knowledge."
One of his most important con-
tributions was the authorship of
the prayer to the martyrs of the
Warsaw Ghetto which has entered
the Jewish liturgy. The prayer
is now recited In Jewish homes
each year as part of the Seder on
l'assover.
LONDON (JTA) Lord Inch-
I cape, chairman of the Govern-
ment-sponsored Council for Middle
East Trade, made plain this week
his belief that the Council had no
choice but to accede to the Arab
! boycott oi" Israel. He told a press
; conference that the Council
"might as well pack up" if it tried
I to encourage trade with Israel.
The Council was formed to pro-
mote British trade in the Middle
East, not excluding Israel. Lord
'nchcape insisted that the Coun-
cil was "not trying to do Israel
down," but "it would kill the whole
thing stone dead" if the Council
included Israel in its program.
The Council is supported by the
Government, the Federation of
British Industries, and individual
linns.
In .> related development.
Lord Mancroft, the British Jew-
ish business leader, said he did
not wish to be renominated for
the presidency of the London
Chamber of Commerce. The lat-
est controversy over British re-
action to the Arab boycott de-
veloped earlier this month when
Lord Mancroft confirmed re-
ports that he had withdrawn his
candidacy in response to Arab
boycott pressures on the Cham-
ber.
Lord Mancroft said that a large
number of Chamber members
wanted him to renew his candi-
dacy but "this would merely add
I to a controversy which is not of I
my choosing and which I very i
; much regret."
It was disclosed that a member l
'. of the Chamber wrote to it that
'if you give way to blackmail,] a number of firms with Jewi i
you will have to give into more I directors trading with bot> t -
blackmail later. There are quite Arab countries and Israel."
U.S. Israel Pilot Desalting
Project Set at $100 Million
JERUSALEM -(JTA) Amer-
ican and Israeli technologists dis-
cussed here this week tentative
plans lor a pilot plant in Israel
using nuclear energy to desalt
seawater at an approximate cost
of $100,000,000. The meeting was
held in Premier Eshkoi's office.
The overall plans call for the
construction of two nuclear plants
for the project. The first, to be
considered a pilot project for the
rest of the world, would be built
in Israel at a site still to be chos-
en. To be ready by 1970. the
plant would have a reactor of 800
thermal megawatt capacity, gen-
erating 200 megawatts of electric
power, capable of distilling be-
tween 100,000.000 and 200,000,000
gallons of water daily. The ex-
perts believe that a plant of that
size would meet Isreal's water and
power needs in 1970. A megawatt
is the equivalent of 1.000,000 j
watts.
With information obtained
from the first plant, the experts
believe they could build larger
plants. One such larger plant
is seen as a reactor which could
generate 1,00 to 1,500 megawatts
and capable of distilling up ':
800,000,000 gallons of water dail
The division of the estimat '
$100,000,000 costs of the pilot pi; t
as between the United States ai
Israel also has not been det<
mined.
The experts agreed that t -
costs of fresh water from the pii '
plant would be within the e;
ability of Israel industry and
urban users. The cost would I .
marginal for agriculture branch -
producing high-profit exports, sui '
as citrus, but otherwise probat ,
prohibitive.
U.S. Ambassador Walworth B; -
hour attended the meeting, as d :
the Premier. The envoy said th.
the project would not only he ;
Israel with its water and elect?
power needs but would also pi
vide needed knowledge for t -
rest of the world.
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pfst 7, 1964 *Jen fsfl ftcrSdiain Page 11-A Jh. NOTICE KE UNDER HIS NAME LAW %  KKKHV CIVKN that ^desiring I" engage Hi tht fictitious names JoNKR HOSPITAL, [KS FA I IIC KM IISIT, l-;it CLINIC at 20311 Set, North .Miami Intends t<> reglstet ;h Hi.Clerk of the ^Kf l •... i County, Flor%  tsd" ii HNNMNI.MIIK ^^pAi'i-' %  U.I 7 17-21-31. S-7 r&mm L ClffBDIT COURT OF THE ^ %  J UOICAL CIRCUIT %  R DADE COUNTY, A. IN CHANCERY %  64C 7794 H, as Trustee, klntln ind ** 4 __pP8Ti:i^ his Wife, ll married. WMUI" r DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION SU.T FOH FORECLOSURE rRVINO II i %  L Ina in. 'i ii' ii & UniUn II Kings Com Sjark, York •-s"^**-*-* -* • %  %  • %  e>4 CY HENRY LCOMARO F? I r (WEI wre LLL •feT .•are of Km %  I xi... :. i ry Kxchiisga), Ii" a-l Moll Street New York. NV'.rk AN I > hereby notified that a Complaint lor acloeure of Ji ^ %  a. ami "i re,|iiir%  enpy .,t your Answer %  to the L'uilllilHilll on ^H iitlorney, Aaron M %  "' Trust Building, %  rid... ami nl. Hi.orlglT|MPr Pleading in the ofiforss-the 19th day of August, I.D. •* &f .K > %  %  ment by detail you 4er tb2r. li-f d.mamicl m the The aeaerlpti' 'I in-weeded agai A |ffld 16. of SBMINOLE I^WNB HK'lins. iding to thePlat th* -i. %  '"' <<> I"'. L look 13. ail'.. %  oeos tlliiiil.' Cunty. Florida. ,ce shall he imhllslied olive ^^fc fe.ur consecutive weeks in THIS JBWIii \ DUMB AMP • • i:i • i:I;i:I > at M n I >ad> CounK Florida, this llth da) of JuTyj. AvDL K. B. I.': \ in li: \i W i clerk of • IJy.; C. I' < •< H'KI.AN'H AAJtON. M. JX.\.\M:I: 24E saWurtty. Trust Building Mbrmt'SS. Fl.' %  Kltanklin J-62IJ 7 17-34-31. 8 7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Ttit CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7775 JAMBS I.EE IIKAW I.KY, llalnliff, RBBBt'CA J. PI1.1WI.KV, Defenda ii i SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: REBECCA .1. 11KAWLKY 204 Hecond Axciiuo. NIC. lxtnotr, North Carolina, Zip Code --' %  !' %  • Tou are herein notified that a 1 .ill nf Complaint f.'iiMM.r.e lias he. n filed against md ynu are re•iik-ed to serx. ••] %  > .-f >"nr Answer or Pleadin••• th. Hill • %  >' c.mI'tnint op the plnintin's Att<.rne>. KHIUCH" Xl'i K I.KM.W. li'i'l 1H-casne DUlkllllMiami. Kl • % %  i'la. ami file the original \u-w.y .-r Pleading iii the office ..i the rink of the Circuit Onsjrt on "i I" lore tin ll'th day of August. IHUI II >" i "I 1" 'I" so, Judgment l>\ .1. i.mli will be taken againkt yon 'he rein f .1. innmlii the Bill ..f > •oiui.laint. This notie, UCh Week fill I Ul i-ollseelltlXl' Week" in THS JBr\\ISIl VU >IUI>IAN. IX INK AN1 1 • I %  i l-'an-ida, this "h 'lax ..f .inly. noil. E. B. I.KATHKKMAN Clerk of %  '''' (Circuit Cm By: MAIM IMMTK Mt Uti-i H!l> Hlti'iin < ICII g, /.. inM HlK.-awn Miami, Florid I '/ ney for Plaintiff. I 17-34-31, x LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTICK is liKHKHY (1IVEN thai the undi -.' %  n -I. denlrlno to gag. Ii .-in under ihi fictitious name of PHOTnORAPHKRH A HOD K I.S I; M.I. I lit i mis to • -!->• r Bald name with ill. ci.-ik ol the .'in nil Court of Pad, County. Florida. HAI'.RY KAM: tlARY P. l.l I .Kl.STKiN. Attorney II, v 7-14-31 "No, it's not a screen test. My cousin Moe is geiting married." Cop. 1*61, Dern rdmio.. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHNCERY No. 64C 6960 HAMIllIi'l SAVINOS UAXK, Plaintiff, \ s l-'INI.KY JONFJS. Trustee III llunkrnptcv. el ai. llelelldlllll NOTICE OF SUIT Ti>: Junior I*-:• ii Mi i Mnald and fllenna MM. M> I'.'i.ai.i. lilt fe, .71" Lasalne \\• nue Bnrino, i"'II n i i.i You are horeuj fled '".it the above '-.ioii"n'l action has ,.,., n instituted sgalnsl \..i In ihe Circuit Court "f iii,. I,:.i, .ii ilreuli of Florida in ami for DADE County to foreclose a norta*a?Ke upon ihe following d, -,r.l,. .I real i.i-ei" rl> : 1...I :, Id., i ii nl revised Plal of a Portion of C:\ftnL CITY. recirded in Hat Honk .".7 at Pace 63, lieing a reulal of a ].• • plaintiff's attorney MARTIN KINK, inh Floor, Dade Federal RulMIng, Miami :: %  -•, Florida not lat-r than AUJTUSI 16, IM4, or a Decree l'r. Oonfesao will be entered .iirHiti-i you. DATED: July -'. •'••ll. K. ll. I.KATHKH.MAN ci.rk of ihe >"Ircult Court .s.ali U> : C. iv OOPELAND l>e|i!it> Clerk \l xRTIN PINE AIIO! : \ for Plaintiff nth Floor Had.Federal llld. Miami :'.L', n.nl.l.i 7 84-31. > -7-11 To: and IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT • N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY %  No. 64C 7672 THIS Wlia,\Msi'.i I:<;H -vaCARMBN PI 1 i.l.ll' cuP.lcx .n.l >— afJSl'"A. his IMP. if married, et Depildan' )TICE OF SUIT Pllll.l.ll' CtilllCA COU1CV, his marrli d en Street rt, (Yinne.tleiit IT. h) notified that the ne.l action has been Initial mil in the Circuit Judicial circuit of Kimfor Dade County to forehcage upon the following nl propi rt} k 47 First Addition to according to the Plat irdi d In Plat Hook 60 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63952 A IN RK: K-late of JANET H. KEIEXTS I •, ceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 1'i.d.i.i.r..i All I', is..nHaxiTiK claims or Dei is Againai Bald Estate: you ai' hereby notified and requli i I lu pi eat 'ii :..' %  lalma u i rt d. ii.amis naloh you ma> havi aga -t th, estate of JANET H. KEIENTZ d.-.eas,.,i kite of liad.. County, Flori.'.i, to the Col|nt> .lildyi i uf I'a.l,i Viunl y, ami I illlh>' -an"in d and |>rox id.-i In Seel I 'l la Stal it,--. thi In Ihe t-ounti Courthouse In Dad. County, Florida, x> :hin %  \ • alendar from the time of the flral publlcat on .:i he -.-in • ill I" Ihaled ii Miami, Florida, this S4lh ily, A. iv : ; ilYHON s /.KIKNI/. \,\. llol l'ir-i publlcat Ion of this nol l< • %  n • ., lisi ila> i %  i ttiCH >i.l. • KLOTNU'K Attoi n. J foi l'"\. '".ii. i' Jas Alnsley llulldl M .... i. I'.'I Ida Mitt : 31, T 11-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6618 I NITi:i> STATES SAVINOS RANK i)-' NEWARK. N.J., a Si W J< I %  -• • •• noratlon, Plait. \ H. FI.V|.i:Y .1' INES, Tin-:. •• In llankr iitcy, el al, 1 '.I, %  el. .lit. NOTICE OF SUIT Mav--; t Ann Lopel Rodrlguel .md i, iRndrtguee, her husband, ,1, no, I'NKN'iWN. if remarried, their unknown spnus. a, I llx us ami if dead, 'h.unknown nelra, devisees, aaslgneus, grantees, legatee*, llenors, creditors, trustee^ nr other claimants, ctalmlng by, through, und. r or agnlnst the abovi named d. f. ndanis who may be ,1.-.-. a-< d. you are hereby notified that the above captioned action has been Instituted uaainsl you In ihe Circuit Court of tin Judicial Clrcuil of Florida in and for DADE County to foreclose •• mi rtgage upon the following .1. b. d i • il prop. rt> : l^.t :'". Block •• Cl TLER RIDGE, SECTION THREE, accordlns to the Plal th. • of, i. corded In Plat Book .'.7 Bl I'a-. s;| .,! the I'uhlie Rl dn ..f i-ad. County, Kloii.ii. together with Aluminum Venetian Blinds and folding door. You are required to file your anKXV. r to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk ol the aforesaid Court, and serve a copj thereof upon plaintiff's attornej MARTIN FINK, uih Floor, Had. Federal Building, Miami :i^, Florida nol later than AUKnst -', lHiil, or a Decree Pro Confeaso ill he entered against you. DATED: July 30. I*4. i: I!. LEATHBRMAN Cl. rk of the Circuit Court is.al) By: C P. OOPELAND I 'eputy Clerk MARTIN FINE AIIOI ii. y for Plaintiff nth Floor i'a ie Federal Bid*. Mia mi 32, Fioiida 7 34-31, S 7-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8261 FRANK M PEKPER, Plaintiff, vs. HENR1ETTE I'KKI'IK I ".fen.lain. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< HENR1ETTE I'KKPr.U Apartment USE, Tower Apts, 4L'OI cathedral Avi nue Washington, I >.c. you, HBNRIBTTE I'ERPER, are h..i.i.\ notified thai a Complain) for Divorce has been filed againai yotif ami you are required to serve n copy of your Answer ..r Pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney, Irving Cypen Law offi.-.s. x:'.", Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami I teach, Florida and file il 'Izinal Anawer or Pleading .n ih. nffl of the OIi ik of the Circuit Court on or before the 31st da) of August, 1904). If you fail to do so. Judgment >>> default will he taken Hgalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This notice -hall be published once ea.-h week for foui consecutive w..-ks in THE JEWISH Il.i >lill 'I AN. lioNi: AND ORDKRKI) III Miami, l lorlda, this 21th da) of July, A 1 >. 1964, E. IV LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Out MI Court, Dade Ctounty, Florida is.al) l:> : C. P, Cl li'ELAND IVpui \ Cli rk IRVING CTl'BN LAW • MILKS S23 Arthur :...if.. > itoad Miami Bench, Florida Attornej for Plaintiff 7 ::i. 7-11-21 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! • 'Jewish Fkridliairi solicits your legal notice)*. We> appreciate youi patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Hietl Fll 3-46*5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63761 IN RE: Estate of SAMI KL Kl KIEL .. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T am' All I '. %  inds PersonAgainai i ml I-.. ml rii nga i ti st Ft Ml EL i'. .mil y, above stlluted Ida in lose a desert! Carol thereof, re ^laVf "f the I'ul.InRecords f Pane County. Florida. Tou are > %  : ., %  < %  %  i swisr to piaintlfPs complaint with tha Clerk of tinaforesaid Court, mid thereof iiiMin plaintiffs ARTIN FINB, Hth Floor. ral PnlldlnK. Miami 3 t later than August 21. 'ro COOfessO will he ^ %  fcln.-' DATED: 1'ilv in. P>.'.l i: LEATHBRMAN Oh-rgTof ihiCircuit Court gr P COI'KI.ANH Hepuiv Clerk serve ITorid entered | v M*RTTN FINF "V Xtornnv for Plaintiff Bldg. BBLJhtdc I-'ederal itida 7/17-24-31. 8/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63735-C IN RE: Estate of IRVINU HENRY STERN 1 •.•.-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons llav'••ilnis or 11. ii.anils Against Said Estate: l ou are h.T.hy notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of IRVING HENRY STERN deceased late % %  < Dads Countv %  "'••••Ida, to th. Count] Judges of Dade County, and file th. -aimin duplicate and as provided in Section 7:l3.i,, Florida Statutes, iii their offices |n the Countj Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within sin calendar months Irom the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al Mi mu. I' rida. this 22nd dav of Julv. A.l>. 1961. BETTY s. STERN \s Executrix Flral publication of this notice on the nist day of July, l>4. HAROLD J. COHEN \ 11. rnev for Executrix 27i:i Coral Way, Miami IS, Fla. Tel. Ill 4-47S1 ; ;i. I 7-n-.'i All 1 It, \ in'-Claims or Si III I:-!..!.-: You ... ; ereby nol Ifled i to i ... in any i lalms ... i you I 'state of SAMI'EL Of lade he Count! I idgea i i indi •' and fill the same In duplicate and ..s provided in Section 7",:• It, Pirn Ida Sta i ui s, In ii" Ir ol flee* n Ihe • 'ountj Courl house In i •ad.• .111,1 Fli rlda, within six ralitha from the time of the firm public tlon hereof, "i th" same will In bar d Dated I Miai I, Florida, thli 10th day of luly, K.D. "••'• AINKLEE l: FERD1B \. Executor l'ir-i publ al i"ii of this notice on the 17th dax of Julv. 1964. MNSI.Fi: R, FERDIE Mi., neii for Executor Suit.2"2 831." SAY. I..-J. line ltd. Coral Gables, Fla. 7/17-54-81. S/7 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8273 WILLIAM S. SPANG, .plaintiff, \ s. .;• ILDIE ii. SP \ Ni:. I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti.: GOLDIE II. SPANG 2817 Monroe Avi nue Noi wood. Cincinnati 12, *11.Y-.ii are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Blvorce hav been fil.-.l againai >ou, and you are required i" serx'e a copj of your Answer or Pleading lo Bill of C plaint ..n the plaintiff's Attorney, KAY A. MiN'soN". 340 Ingrahum Hullding. Miami. Florida 33 ill and fill Ihi orlg. Inal Answ.r or Pleading In the offk'e of the chrk of the Circuit Courl on nr before ihe 31st %  !.!> Of August, 1964. if you fail I., do s,,. ludgmeni bj default will lie iak.n againai you for Hi. relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This noii.. shall be published once each w.-k f>r four consecutive weeks in TI1K JEWISH FL4HHDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, iliis 24th .lay of July, A.D. 1904. K p.. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk. circuii Court, I'a.l. c.iiniv. Florida is. all By: MARGUERITE MORFORD Deputy i 'l.-rk RAY A. MI'Ns. IN ::iu ingraham P.uikline Miami, Florida :'.1HI Attorney for Plaintiff 7 31, 7-1 1-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -r 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A N r. FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7964 JOROF. VA2UI KZ. Plaintiff, VS. I'All. \ ILDELIZA VAZQUEZ, I Ii fi ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: PAULA ILDEMZA VAZQI Z • 'all. .".1 N... I5S4 .Hire ISA > Mat ianao Havana, Cuba TOU ARE HEREBY notified t> a Complaint for Divorce has >>. I Hied against you and you are hen requli • d t" serv. a copy ol your I Iswer to Ihe Complain! on Ihe Plal lii'f's attorney, LESTER ROGER wii'.s. address .'..L'I N.W, llth Strei Miami. Florida, and file tile origil I of the Anaw. In the office of t Clerk of th. Kleventh Judicial Clrot in and for Dade County, Florida, or before the 26u das ol August, 19 ..ill of which ihi • "omplalnt x %  akeu as confessed by > ou I • \TI:I this 17th da\ ..f .lull. IS E. IL LEATHBRMAN i • of i he nciiil i %  ..nil -,., i U> : M IROUBRITE MORPO] i i v l 'I. rk 7 U4-31, 7 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that bv X'lrtue nl Chapter 67f of Florlds Statutes Annotated 11941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts, wherein ACE-R.B, VAN LINKS, INC., a l loi-uia corporation, bj virtue of its war. lions, lien, has in iipost — i"M ih, following described property: Furniture and Household Possessions— As the property of Mr. and Mrs. Iliis,-., 82| s.W. (4th Parkway. P. nil.io..|< Pines. Hollyw I, Kin., and thai "ii thi '.Is! day of August, 1'14. during thi I'-KHl hours of sale, mailip between ll:no forenoon and 8:00 In the afternoon, al -i"' N.W. 24th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Ihe undersigned -hall offer for sale to Ihe hlghesl bidder for cash in hand the alsivi doerribed property of Mr. an i Mrs. Hlasco, III s.xx". gith Parkway, Pkmbrvok Pines, Hollyxv I, Fla. I HIT,. I ai Miami. Florida, this -'Hth dav of July. 1964. Ai'K-lt.li. VAN LINKS, INC. 1/31, 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRSUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 8379 SAM SATINSKY, Plaintiff, Vs. SYI.X IX s VTINSKV, Defl ndant. ORkJcrt OF PUBLICATION Ti • SYLVIA SATINSKY I'M Centei s-.-i. \ni No. 21 Soul ii Hnveii Mli hlgan y, HI a. % %  • h. %  i. ii"' Ifli rt Mi..' n complain! for Idvorce has been anaInsi \ ..ii an l you are i. ol July, 1964. BURTON F, GOLDBERG SPONDER \ND BLOOM BV PHILIP ULIM'M Attoi m v foi Applicant p'.ii N.i:. i25th sii.. i North Miami. Florida 38161 7 17-24-31, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL c IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 63582-B In RE: Estate of ROSE MEDNICK, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. All Creditors and All Persona Bj Ins Claims or Demands Against .'s. Estate: V.,ii ai.hereby notified and r • quired to nresenl any claims and .1 ninnds which you may have agaii ih. estate of ROSE MBDNICK d ceased late of Dade County, Florid I,, the Count] Judges of Dade Optl iv. ami file the same in dupli.'i. ami as provided in Section 733.V I Florida Statutes, In their offices the Countv Courthouse in Dade CoU' • %  w, Florida, within six catena months fvin tin time of the fir, aii.n hi .f. or the same xx I... l.ail-.-d. 11 ted at Miami. Florida, this 1 ,,av "1" July, XI'. 1904 .IMK MBDNTOK STLVIA WEISS \ ~ Executoi s ]•-. %  iii tlon of tti Pith da' % % %  .1 il} 1964. BYRON I. SPARBBR n. v for Executors | Im.In Ri ad III Ii, Ilorlda 7 17NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl (TICK is HEREBY GIVEN th ,i. i <|gm '. .!• string to ens MI ;. r the i letltlnus I ami • • LVTBUNITY JEWELRY al 11 I • Me Highway. Coral i ii I intend to i-esjister sa -l nan with the Clerk nf the Clrcuil C" 'l .-.111!.'. Fll I.F• •HKRKER I lORt'THY SOHKRKER \ i'.. Pa in. rs STERN, Hl'TNER BAXTER p. \\ nil im x Sn in il Attorn, x H foi I •%  n. a 7 14-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY H1VKN that the undersigned desiring to ensjagi in business under the lletltlnus name of TERRY KKY PERSONNEL at '-".11 N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florida, intends In register said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT E, GOI'LDBN Bi %  iii-D' r 7 17-'.'l-:'.l. x 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business nnder .'.. %  fictitious name of SALS TAVERN ..I 810 N.W. L'7th Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to rhetister said name wiih the Cl.-i k ..f the Circuit Court of Dado County, i-1..rid... BBRAFINO h-M.l.AYi H.I.1TO Roll 'w II. r STEPHEN KKSS1 ER Attornej Cot Vppllcant 7 17-24-81.8/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63646 B IN RE: Estate of S XKAII Sil.l'.KKMAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All On dltn ml All P. is.. Ina Claims o Demands Agalnsl Sal Estat. Y"ii ai-.. hereby notified and %  quired to i.' eni any claims and de., .is which \i u ma\ hav. gain thi estate of SARAH FILBERMAJ ,i.. ,i i.i. I i 'a.hCount) FloeIda, i" th. County Judges of Dad County, and fill thi same in duplical and as provldi i in Section 733.14 Florida Statuses, in their offices i ih.Count) Courthouse In Badi Cout ty, Florida, wl v calendar monttl from the ii.".of the first publlcatli hereof, or ih,. ..uiv xill l.e barred. i •..!. .1 ai Ml i : .Florida, tl 7. dav of July, v L>. 1964. HIP.' N SILBERMAN A I FRED STEIN iBxi cutora p • -. bllo on nf this ni I thi Ii da? of luly, 1964, SIM. IN, II XX > ,x 1RUNDWERG \--. foi Ei :'."1 '.ini-y BJI Ins 7,10-::-:



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0ew]ls]ti Flor idiian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY *= Volume :. % %  Number 32 Miami, Florida, Friday, August 7. 1964 Two Sections — F:ic€ 20 Fund Allocations Raised as Major Issue Between Two Zionist Groups Claims Confab Sets $10 Million Culture Program GENEVA .11' ference^BD .l'Ai-li Material Chums Against' Qerinanv concluded a two-day session here this week with the Creation ol a Memorial inundation lor Jewish Culture The initial capital ol Siu.ooo.ooo lor "the new foundation came from blloevtioM from reparations paid f by Wkt Eeiniaiiy to Jewish victims of the Nazi I,.>:,>(, m-l Grants from the inundation. • which will be incorporated in New \'Ofk State, will bo "' %  %  available Continued on Pane 12-A NEW YORK (JTA) A statement disputing a report that the Jewish Agency executive had, ;:t its recenl plenary session in Jerusalem, settled the question of the allocation Of special fundfor use bj General Zionists in their constructive programs in Israel, %  as Issued here Ibis week by Jacques Torczyner, chairman of the head office oi the World Union oi General Zionists, which is h< aded by Dr. Emanuel Neuma n The statement to which Mr, Torrzyner t">k exception was made last week by MrHose 1.. Halprill, chairman ol the American Section of the Jewish Agency and co-chairman of the World Confederation id General Zionists, following her return from Jerusalem, where she attended the Jewish Agency executive meeting. Mr. Turczyner's statement mad "We find it necessary to correct a report contained in a recent statement made by Mrs. Biro Bijart A Prison? BRUSSFl.s .ri'Ai Citing Red Chinese -nine-, a Belgian < athohc daih pub lisbed a lenuihv article Ibis week rep 'ilm:: that a l.iiU' number ol .lewallegedly are "interned'' in Itiro -l?id Jan, tibe once much -nublicized Jewi-h aai nioinoiiN republic ill I he Soviet I'nion "La Libre i',elcii|ue" asserted thai 'be soviet Fast European .le.< live in an "immense internment and forced labo..-amp Indignantly describim; the "in human conditions" imposed by the non Jew i-li local an thoriticon this "Biro -llidjan hell," the Catholic daily also assailed the late of Jews throughout the Sov let t llion. seeking to reiute the Soviet Goyernnir:i; elamis thai Jew t l in l!'i--;;i einov equal rights "In reality, anti-Semitism flourl-l"'throughout the countrv on all levels of society,' the daily writes. "In these condition^, it is not BSjrpri-'ii:: that, despite all precaution^ taken by the ailthorit -. ori.oi of some of the p. i Ucularlv el .qilollt manilcstations of this antistrmti-m Horn time to time reach the free world Rose Halprin relating to the plenary session of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem. According to that report, the Agency executive 'had settled the question of the allocation of special funds for use by General Zionists in their constructive programs in Israel.' It is also asserted that 'the funds will be divider* equally between the World Confederation of General Zionists, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Halprin and Dr. Israel Goldstein, and tha World Union of General Zionists, headed by Dr. Emanuel Neumann.' Huth of these statements are inaccurate. The Jewish Agency in Jerusalem has already dissociated itsell from the above mentioned report l>> terming it 'unauthorized.' "The question was not settled' and there was no decision regarding allocation. The matter was referred to a subcommittee of the Continued on Page 6-A FOR WOMEN'S STORr PAGE 1-B 4,000 Delegates Expected Will Attend JWV Convention Here Supersol Market Director Confesses to Arson Charge ll£ D111C10H TtST PACl 5-1 TEI WIV -(JTA) —Alan lv. police authorities announced Feinberg, American-born director today, he said he wouid confest The Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood icompletely booked for the ti.nii annual convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the l.SA scheduled to start Ibis weekend. "This means that over 4,000 persons are expected to attend the convention," according to Daniel Neal Heller, attorney ol Maim and national commander oi JWV, "suggesting an infusion of new and young blood into the organization." The convention last met here in 1962, and before that in 1955 Top among personalties expected to participate in the sessions scheduled Aug. 9 to 16 are John S. Gleason Jr., administrator of Veteran Affairs for the U.S.; Daniel Foley, national commander of the American Legion; Sir Barnett Janner, member of the Parliament of Great Britain, and immediate past president of the British Continued on Page 2-A NATIONAL COMMANDER MfMfli new blood ol Supersol. Ltd.. Israel's Urges) chain of supermarkets, signed a confession Monday, according to police, admitting that he had set the lire which, two weeks ago. destroyed the Supersol office and warehouse here. Most of the company's archives were destroyed in the conflagration. Arrested on suspicion of arson last week, Feinherg had persisted in denying tne accusation Final so as to spare his wife and friends who were ready to defend him. In his confession, as summarized by the authorities, he stated that he had set the fire in order to destroy documents that could have proved he had made false bookkeeping entries, causing discrepancies in the firm's records. He allegedly told the police he had falsified records to Continued on Page 7-A SAYS HE'Ll PICKET SENATOR'S QfEICE Keating Threatened by Arab For Ties to Jewish Voters Arabs Warn French Aircraft Firm Against Sales to Israel LONDON — (JTA) Thirteen Arab League countries and five Arab Gull nations have warned the French aircraft firm of Marcel Dessault it will be blacklisted in three months it it does not stop doing business with Israel, it was reported here from Beirut. The company makes the Mirage and My.-terc jet fighters which Prance has supplied in substantial quantities to Israel. The Arab boycott commissioner. Mahanimad llahub. also said that the French Qrm must also cancel an agreement with Israel for pro duction oi aircraft spare parts. In a related development, the Arab League Headquarters in Cairo instructed its New York representatives to urge Arab representatives at the United Nations to ask the UN tor its attitude on alleged -racial discrimination" ngainst Arabs living in Israel, ae cording to a Cairo dispatch. charging that such discrimination exists, the League declared the situation of the Arabs in socalled •occupied Palestine" constituted a "flagrant violation" of the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. WASHINGTON —


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Hay. August 7. 1964 *JeHisti n&rURbm Page 7-B Werner-Kalii MM. STfVfN 1AWS0N nor ah Ladies 1 ird Party Set Menorah Sisterhood will ; lard party in the Social Sunday. Aug. 16, at 7:30 !:•' lments will be served, t .:'is mav be purchased at i ;.n is Mrs. Goldie Ringer. Ml"'. Sam Belsky is Sisterhood i I hiEps Slate itional Confab ig. 24-28 Phi Bpsilon Sorority will national convention Auy. .t> at the Pontainebleau community leaders who Phi Bpsilon members Mrs. Sidney Weintraub. i it Weintraub. Mrs. Louis Southeast president ol Jrs. Marvin 15. Guberman. sident, l.orber Chapter Asthma Research Insti I Hospital; Mrs. A. Edhen, president, Mum ni Hadassah, Lawson, Tauber Exchange Vows The Dupont Plaza Hotel was the setting for the nuptials unit ing Nancy Jane Tauber and Stei CM Jerold Lawson on Sunday, Aug. 2. A reception in the Assembly Room of the hotel followed the double ring ceremony performed by Rubbi Morton Malavsky. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Tauber. 5241 SW 3rd St., and Mrs. Rose Lawson. 9281 Byron Ave., and the late Jack Lawson. Honeymooning in the Pncono Mountains, the new Mr. and Mrs. Lawson will live at 1875 NE 169th St. For the wedding, the bride selected a full-length gown of peau de >oie with a fitted bodice of soutache and French torchon lace with seed pearls. The neckline. elbow-length sleeves and slightly dropped waistline were scalloped. Lace and pearls formed a large pleat on either side of the bell -haped skirt and also set off the pleated detachable train. The bridal bouquet was an arrangement of white orchids and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Diane Lynne Tauber. the bride's sister, with I Mrs. Joel Feiss. Carol Koenigsberg and Joyce Koenigsberg serving a< bridesmaids. Martin Lawson served as his I i others best man. and grooms1 men included Edward Loeb. Stanley Schwartz and Robert Rubin. Lannon Lawson. also a brother of the bridegroom, was vocalist. Now teaching in the Dade County school system, the new Mrs Lawson is a graduate of Miami High and the University of ?*ioriila She is a member of Alpha Kpsilon l'hi Sorority. President of his senior class ;it .Miami Reach High. Lawson attended the Universities of Florida and Miami. His fraternity is Tau Bpsilon Phi. He is now airport manager of Avis Rent-a-Car System Beth Israel Registering Now Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, educational director of Beth Israel Congregation, has announced opening Of registration for the congrega-i tion's Religious School. "Parents interested in providing their children with a sound traditional Jewish background in Hebrew language, prayers, laws and customs, and Bible are urged to register them in the school at their convenience." he said. I Arrangements for Bar Mitzvah preparation are also available Goodman Hadassah Meeting Mrs. Max Alficiner, president, I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah, conducted the first meeting of th year on Wednesday evening at Washington Federal. 123-1 Washington Ave Mrs. Gerry Wood, laboratory assistant at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, has been named "Secretary of the Month" for August. Israelite Center Religious School Israelite Center Religious School is scheduled to begin its 1964-65 term on Monday, Aug. 31. Registration is now in progress for both Hebrew and Sunday School, and I children of both members and j non-members are eligible. I'nder the aegis of Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky and an experienced staff of teachers, curriculum is under the direction of i the Bureau of Jewish Education. Classrooms arc all air-conditioned. The office is open daily except Saturday, on Monday through Thursday, 9 to 5 p.m.. and Friday and Sunday, 9 to 12 noon. Beth Raphael Now Registering Fall registrations for nursery and kindergarten at Congregation B'nai Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St., will be accepted Monday through Thursday. Aug. 10 to 13. 9 to 12 noon. Kindergarten representatives will be present to answer questions and accept the new registrations. Extended bus service will be available for the coming school year to service additional areas, and seat belts have been installed. Staff includes experienced and qualified teachers under the direction of Mrs. Morris Weiner. Information and brochures can be obtained at the Synagogue office or by calling Mrs. Leonard Hecht. Temple to Fete Rabbi Wernick Friday Evening On Friday evening. 6:45 p m Temple Tifereth Israel will honor Rabbi and Mrs. Henry B. Wernick at a traditional dinner in the Temple Social Hall. Rabbi and Mrs. Wernick have been touring the Holy Land and Europe for the past seven weeks. In Israel, Rabbi Wernick purchased a Torah which will be presented to the Temple during December. Late services in the chapel will follow the dinner So. Shore Citizens Club South Shore Citizens Club will hold its annual picnic on Sunday, 10 a.m., at Bakers Haulover Park. Members of the Arrangements Committee are Max Goldhagen, Sam Aines, Sam Abolafia, Yetta Shafkin. Ceil Blum and Elsie Tulin. Life president of the group is Louis Shafkin. Acting president is Lena Mintzes Tour Slated Of Temple Zion Sunday Morning Sunday morning. 11 to 1 p.m.. Congregational leaders of Temple Zion will be in attendance at the new premises. 8000 Miller Rrl.. to welcome new and prospective members Officers oi the congregation, Sisterhood, Men's Club, senior Bocial group, youth groups, and principals and teachers of the schools will be present to give in formal on on affiliation with all ol the conj re 1 ion \ 1 onduc led tour w ill be given throu [h the n< w building, now neanng completion, to be read) for occupancy bj Sept l Rein shments will be served. rniENDLY, GENTLE CAKE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE Coral • Gables I mvalescent I Home • • Especially designed and equipped for the care ol the elderly and chronically ill • Special diets observed • Nursing staff on duty 24 hours a day under super* vision of registered nurses • Recreation, occupational therapy • Beautiful screened-.n-patio NON-SCCMRMM | 6. W. Bth STREET FLOKIOA H *o*mth*l,' %  r.#rDirector k t OlrreM' Moil M...'i-1 1 iewith Hftsna far Free Instruction In Floral Design A South Broward restaurant and florist are combining forces to provide free professional instruction in one of women's most popular hobbies, floral arranging, sponsors reported this week. A series of weekly floral design classes, held after a luau buffet lunch at South Pacific Polynesian Restaurant in Hallandale. will include instruct (On on uses of tropical foliage in flower decorations The first class was held July 22. The luncheon and floral arrangement classes will run from 12 noon 'o 3 p.m.. each Wednesday, said Joe las-, catering man a r HI South I acific — ST. Library Group Plans for Year Mrs. Mclvin Rosenbaum, chair man Of the Library Committee at Temple Beth Am. has been meet ing with members of the committee to plan activities for the coming year. The Temple Library is open on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, Friday evenings after services, and on Sunday mornln The library contains all of the I.'test books, plus a complete set ol the Jewish Encyclopedia. KOSHER MOTEL MARSEILLES Centrally Air Conditioned G tEHSW TlRtO Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool Baths — Massage Complete Gymnasium —Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL For Men and Women FR 9-8861 (ask for "Spa") l &f DEADLINE + Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS WILL BE FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th. 'jr Congregation or Organization wishes to be representlid has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs Thompson at FR 3-4605 8 Daily Per Person Double Occup. 35OF 116 ROOMS TO SEPT. 5 Includes MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN mil breakfast & deluxe ai i Kins l i;;-;.-: I Mi l Extra) In S.inif I!....in Pre*: 21" TV in Each Room Private Beach Pool-Salt & Fat Fiee Diet* Full-lime mashgiach Religious Services RESERVE NOW FOR ROSH HASH0NAH & YOrV KIPPER Oceanfront at 17th St. Call JE 8-5711, Miami Beach



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riday. August 7, 1964 ^Jen-asti rloracfaan Page SB :> rize-winning Annual Report was designed by Charles R. acobson (right) for presentation at the Variety Clubs' International Convention in Buffalo. N.Y. The giant collection of Iress-clippings showing how Variety Children's Hospital lelps tiny tots from all points in the hemisphere won the oveted "Heart Award" for the local club. Congratulating jcobson are (left) George C. Hoover, international executive rector and Tracy B. Hare (center). Chief Barker of Miami ent 33. )ar ^Hitzvalt Diane Roberts )n Saturday morning. Aug. 8. |ne Roberta will be Bas Mitzduring services conducted by l>bi Daniel M. Lovvy at Temple of North Dade. Iiane is an eighth grade stu at John F. Kennedy Junior where >lu ,s clarinet in school band is a memof the FaTeachers of irica. She been a stuIt in the TernReligious >l for live >. i> a mem-' : of the JunDiane Roberts | Choir, .mil currentlj a eoun i" training at Camp Sinai The celebrant is the daughter ol -Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts and granddaughter of Mrs Rose Heller, who will be here from Hackensack. N.J for the Bas Mil/ van. Roni Tintner Kiddush reception will follow the Bar Mitzvah of Roni Tintner on Saturday morning at Temple Adath Yeshuiun. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will officiate Roni will be going into the eighth grade at Norland Junior Ili-h. and his favorite subject is science. His hobbies are photograph) and .-tamp collecting. The celebrant is the • >n of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tintner. 1030 NE 196th Ter and has a brother. Dan ny H. and a sister. Sharon 5, BB Presidents In Conference A leadership training confer %  nee lor B'nai B'rith Lodge prosIdents, officers and chairmen in the Miami area has been set for Wednesday, H p.m., at the Carillon Motel, it was announced by Eli Hurwitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Council oi south Florida Lodges Herbert S. Levy, national program director of B'nai B'rith, of Washington, I), c. will conduct the training and orientation ses sion. The leaders' conference is one of a series designed to alert B'nai B'rith leadership to modern techniques in organizational procedures, as well as the role of the volunteer in the Jewish community. Hurwitz declared that "we shall have to depend on lodge leadership for community action, and this year of training and orientation is designed to create a corps of dedicated and well trained of fleers and chairmen. "The substantive program of B'nai B'rith. including civil rights, human rights, adult Jewish education, youth activity, community 1 service, and lines of communication to Jewry around the world will be effective only to the extent that lodge leader-hip is alert and fulfill its responsibilities." The series of courses is designed to stimulate and motivate leaders on all levels of B'nai B'rith activity. >od Bank Has New Plan Hold G Jailer. \ ice chairman lie John Elliott Blood Bank of Directors, announces jmore than HOO families have |dj joined the blood replaceplan offered by the Blood plan guarantees to cover fctire family's need for transps for ; year The premium pint of blood, renewable year blood replacement plan has in operation for only a few and .latter predicts "thai families will avail them of this protection. The plan provides a needed adjunct to existing organizational accounts. 'I hose who for various reasons are not members oi an organizational account may now provide their own protection,'' Jaffer explained Blood ireplaced to any hospital in Dade County, and through arrangement with the Blood Bank Clearinghouse Association, can also be replaced anywhere in the U.S.A. The member need not be a res ident of Dade County, although the blood premium must be given at the John Elliott Blood Bank. 1800 \\V 10th Ave OT one of its branches. Dr. Pushkin Renamed to Unit Dr. Emanucl Pushkin. 1353 Coral Way. has been rcappointed as a member of the Committee on Vocational Guidance of the American Optometric Association, announced Dr, Charles E. Seger, association president. in St. Louis, Mo. The Committee on Vocational Guidance is part of the Education Department of the association, which functions to emphasize excellence of optometric education at all levels anil to encourage con tinued improvement of student programs, awell as educational uid research facilities as I ontribute to better vision The American Optometric Association, headquartered in St. Louis, represent13,000 practicing optometrists throughout the United States Jewish Slaves Compensated FRANKFORT — (VVNS — Jews v\ho served as slave laborers dur ing the war for the Krupp, Siemens and AEG firms are to re ceive compensation from those companies Disclosure of the companies' decision to make compensation followed a court order directing I. G. Farben Industries to make such payments. Details oi the payments to be made by the three firms were not announced Voters to Hear Speakers Open meeting oi Voiers, Inc. Is scheduled lor Tuesday. 8 p.m. at the DiLldo Hotel. HERBERT LEVY 'Heart and You' Will Be Topic "Your Heart and You" is the topic of discussion on "Time for Truth" this Sunday evening over WEDR-FM, Mrs. Esther \v. Rogovln mod crates the show, during which questions from listeners are invited. Cuests include Drs. Sanford F Zahler and David L. Taylor, cardiologists, and Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall invited to represent the Heart Association of Greater Miami. "Time lor Truth' is on every Sunday evening from 9:30 p.m. to midnight. 'on ta'i^ e For Very Special Occasions.. diplomat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. .. available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. 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Page 10-B Court of Junior F'.ecs. iocc. -.eievis.osnov. soon to go network erected and produced by David Rabmowitt. will be seer. M Ck 1 WCKT thi* Saturday at noon. Written by Barbcrc: Wedlock, scene above features left to right Alice Rabmow.a. stenographer; Ire Greenberg. attorney; Larry Mans, cttomey. Edward Moore, judge; and Walter Locke, witness. Subiect lectured on this weekend's show will be "Interfaith Marr.cce.'' | Temple Israel Youth to Camp T-*ent>-t." Temple Israel te*n .-.--leave Saturday night for the .-nnual campin: -• don of the s ntheaat Federal I Tempie •h at Cleveland Ca Bar---H Beni %  '• al tV ie Temple Urad Youta Group lew) %  I ( tingent on the i 2e. which "ill bring toI A .men of t -.-._. rection of rida. Alabama. < r;.a and South Carolina tn : •-• tr.;. isubsidized in I bj the Temple Israel* Slaterhood Men'! Club. Confirmation and individuals. Participantinclude Scott Bar nert, Frankhn Burrow.-. James Emerman. Robert Fame. David Gorfine lack Harris, Stao Horn-tein. Howard Ro>endorf Jr SamSmith. Neil Tanner. David Willens, Alexis Augustine. Judi Becker, Franco Ber.i-. Patti Goldin Irene Hornatein, J"-ce lync Katrif. Toby Kornblitt. Andrea Mareule-. Marilyn Rose and \nita Samet Harry Grossinger Dead at Age 76 F*r Other Deaths Paee 11-B Harry Grossmeer who built the worW-famous resort betel bearing h.> name, died July 22. the year marking the 50th annirersar. of luCatskill hotel. Gros>inger The 76-year-old Mr Grossinger was the supervisor of the 36 btuldcon-tructed on the 1 200-acre i e-tate at Grossinger. NY., and at the time of his death, was watching construction of an eightitory, -room addition to the hotel, which now ha? 760 rooms Th G'o$jingr S maintained • winter home on Pine Troe Dr., Miami Beach, where Mrt. Grossinger is a Dade County leader, as well as one of the nation's top humanitarians. Mr Grossinger was sole owner of Gro^jinger's. whose physical plant is valued at $15 million In addition to hi> wife. Jennie. Mr Gro>singer la -urvned bv a -on. Paul, who will become admin:-trative head of the lieort; a daughter. Mrs Elaine Ete--. wife of Dr E David Etess. of Liberty. N Y three listen, MrRose Friedman. MrAnna Hoff. %  ;. MCH"L\8. -I. N W Uih \.. aftaaal i ML, saaJ fM. • %  "C% rh of i v _.. ; odM •• %  •• %  •" : ED J ll) K V IJJATHERatAH, • I. c I %  • • IKI.XM' I) .'leik %  IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'S COURT IN ANO FOB DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S347S-C IN RE Bat %  • AKRAIIAM r.IJ'KSTKIN •, I> II l;I.IK-TKIN 1 „. ,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  p.. v | i \'.\ I'-I II Demand] \y. %  hi. h • vi'l'.UIWI I'.IJ' K|l II |!I.I •:• %  %  • uai I %  n.i -pr hi. r %  -••:in M> .r • %  t)w • >. .... •. • %  •. \ • ..'• I • i th-.mi. will HI .'-ih |,iK v |. ll SHUI S I !.1'"K.Ti: S V V : '. lflr r if July. • %  \ • %  %  R .' i. : i IN TM£ COUNTY J. C E IN ANO FOR DCE CC MT %  FLORIDA set, .-•'. v No -" %  \ i.-: ;-•<•• MICHAEL. KR I v--Mi.-d NOTICE TO CREC -?aj T-. Ml <-rv-;ii •iiic rtaJni. or I Rotated Tool sr|j. %  %  i ir4 In ;.r^*ni I :h.-tat^ ..f JIICII \ %  I 1st. i.. iiw I'.HJH' i %  an-! I i \ > ".-urth-.-. id. wrh n -i\ 4 \ %  r-if. -.r Ih^ ; • •• -! ..• .\t. J ,I) \ I. \M! El. A A.I in:, -• >MITII A MAN' U %  •: Uncola ll 1 ; J A.'.l %  r A WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? "BLAST OFF" TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY OoeTo "•• %  -'-SuRdayi : :~ M P.M X 5 %  ') HAVE A GETAWAY VACATION RAMADA INN— Demos to Hear Hendrik Berns Next meeting of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach is -cheduled for Wedneeda* evening in the Seville Hotel. Featured speaker ill be Hen drik J Berns. television commentator an*ndon B. U -t be Electi I Qw i • riod will fo*%  • %  • ol th.J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUD'CiAL C RCUlT Ol FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DDE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No **C S2tt .'. M.l.i LMSBI ItII* HAVIJ BANK \ JER' iMKJ il'TKIS • • i I '• l: •' %  NOTICE OF SUIT Ti • .i. on -i %  n —> %  %  %  %  %  %  %  • • IN THE CIRCUIT CCL ^ ELEVENTH JL'D'C'AL FLORIOA IN AND F COUNTY. IN CHANC£H\ No. s*c *•; THE SEW >"••.. -WIN;• AMI: Hrn* .N NOTICE Of T.WmaJi III!'' B • Hi m %  ^.. .. %  ii %  • • • -. | !^ I • I TAROL • PUlRo l:'la ... %  %  < fh. •i %  %  %  3 ••' '-.-. 3'o-d St* A-:CO'-TIO4' : C'H Poo! o* Cctai S-" n-'ng E'~ --•"* Ftf All Agt C5-*Uadei i*. WiHi P-t-'i — No C-.'go Co-^e —y t i aas tr'4*y L*>o AsyHma Sunday Sawfcla Rate* V. -a C'"%  • — Pe-.o-.a" :" RAMADA INN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA A*J2££5OM, GALA CRUISES iSFj^ ABOA*D THE AIR-CCROITlONCD S/S FLORIDA MIAMI TO 3-DAY Croats 4-DAY Craists NASSAU io III' CUlSl? 5IL %, f 0fS tr 4 45 PM 404' CU'5IS SAIL MONDirS T 4 4J PM law caaist itmt mcujat: %  M meats—mcludinf festiva Captain's Dinaer! %  Full entartainment program—Crysa ector. floor shoos, movies, tames and prizes, calypso band! • %  Captain's Cockta. Partyl %  Continental breakfast! Midnight snacks! %  Duty-fraa sheppng on board! SHIP is raua na*TiM NOTf L IKK at liw Bay Slretf M Imttsi Haitai FREE PARKING in Miami's Ingrahaai (araga yau're an cruise \ o'se'/al c->, • JCJ' T-a.e Age^t. Of STEAMSHIP CO. vi-" i inaa33:01 Member of th* dist.nguitned F'acicr Syttem "70 ft*"o'ince in pasMneor tm*fiip tervico" Rabbi Gryn Takes W. London Pulpit By Special Report R* 1 ii igo Bryn of New York, hjbeen docted minif.tcr of the West L'ln'lun Synasogue. oldeai Re form Jewish congregation in the world Since 1961. Rabbi Gryn has been serving aexecutive a*sistant of the Joint Distribution Committee. American Jewish over-eas relief agency. He was previously executive director of the World Union for Progressive Judaism Rabbi Gryn will leave for England this week with his wife. Jacqueline, and their four children. The ,WM London Synagogue, which he will lead, was founded in 1&40 and has a membership of 2.500 families. Born in Cxechoslovokia, Rabbi Gryn if e survivor of three concentration camps. He was liberated from Mauthausen in IMS by the U.S. Army. His first association with JDC was with the Prague office, whert he received displaced persons and was later sent to escort groups of orphaned children to England. On completion of his undergrad uate studies in England, he came to the United States on a scholar -hip in 1950 to complete his rabbinical training, and was ordained by the Hebrew I'nion College' Jewish In-titute of Religion in Cincinnati in 1956 Hilir-t pulpit wathe Jewish Religioua Union, a Liberal conn in Bombay. India. After sen: g then tot Iwo and a hail rears, Rabbi Gryn w.inam Led executive director ol the World Union for Progressive Judaism, the international organization of Liberal and Reform Jewish con %  i %  \ s v' %  %  %  NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JLD CiAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. 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%  Fridd Rig"* 1 7. 1964 *Jewlst f*anf(iiaun Page 5-B iatam.''' i l ^Xtbout people and f^U aces .. lit BIRTHDAY F and Max Orovitz greeted their guests JC.okl Room of Westview Country Club. \i formal dinner party in honor of Max's Felicia (Mrs. Richard) Deutch, Nancy lenies' Orovitl and Norma (Mrs. Michael) listed their parents in receiving. Ruth. | ovely in a long tourquoise and white Ln with a chiffon cape, was delighted 1'iiaiiv of their friends had hurried home %  postponed their travels so that they could H( blow out the candles on his huge cake K musicians provided background music K-.irktails and hois d'oeuvres In the dinB i the decor was striking in black and TDramatic centerpieces at each table for fv of leathers and white pompoms. Black baskets added to the etfect. Among Were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mr. E. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mr. and Mrs II;ink, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Merrill. Mr. and _onm Kanner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gartner, fed Mrs. Oscar Dooley, Mr. "and Mrs. Dan Mr. and Mrs. David Bass, Mr. and Mrs. lanson. Mrs. Jack Ablm, Mr. and Mrs. fcuer. Mr, and Mrs. McGregor Smith. Mr A. Herbert Mathis and Mr. and Mrs %  "File. < THREE SHORT YEARS fcsrietta and Fred Jonas went by boat to They celebrated on board ship with a jkgne party in honor of their forty-third Ej anniversary. They "were met in Hawaii .__ Ej.; Kawa and his wife, native Hawaiians %  %  hey had known nineteen years ago in Miami -'-each. They did the sightseeing bit. including* |i ii i. .ii I Harbor and eating dinner E LaRonda, the restaurant that slowly turns %  <: -o that in an hour you have a complete The Islands. E FAIR last—someone who thought the Fair was ul. Jill and Stanley Arkin enjoyed every of it even if they walked their feet ofl lew York, they went to Lake Tarleton. It i to see some faces from home—Lois and lathes and Helene and Adolph Berger, kins played hand ball, volley ball and „nd golf in order to offset their other -eating. DINNER AT THE FINKS Naomi and Richard Fink had a dinner party. Naomi did the cooking, at which she's wonderful. However, she was just a little concerned 7bout the dessert, a special raspberry meld, but it unmoided beautifully; and all was well. Guests were Rene and Leonard Brosky. Elaine and Bernard Silverstein, Mary and Jim Kaufman and Shirley and Henry Harrison. The split group featured the Golfers against the Tennis Players Grandma Dorothy Krieger Fink came back the next day from Puerto Rico to help Jonathan celebrate his third birthday. He was much more interested in eating the candle holders than trying to blow out the candlo % %  PEOPLE DO WRITE Ailinc and Malcom Fromberg. who are having a vacation in Mexico, wrote to Arline"s mother. Gladys (Mrs. Ralph) Kaplan, and gave her a bit of news that she can brag about. It took them an hour and a half to land their marlin. but they finally caught a big one. They went to Cuernavaca and Taxco, where the golfing and horseback riding is fine. In Mexico City, they bumped into Helen and Dan Sepler A card lrom Ethel Nagler had two lovelylooking stamps, one pale blue and one bright blue. Both said Helvetia. She is visiting her children in Switzerland but had been to Genoa, Italy, for the weekend An attractive picture post card showing bathers in the sea at Tel Aviv and a note from Dotty and Leon Kaplan • AT THE COUNTRY STORE Lunching at the attractive dining place in Coconut Grove, the Country Store, were Caroline (Mrs. .1.) Halpern, Coleen (Mrs. R.) Werner. Lorraine (Mrs. G.) Cook and Mrs. Cook's sister from New York. Mrs. .1. Meyer. Myra (Mrs. Aaron) Fair was there with Evelyn Silverman. Evelyn and her husband Jack are having a grand time vacationing at the Executive House in Miami Beach They have been renewing old acquaintance.'I hey used to operate the Silver School hue 25 years ago. Now they are living in Manhattan, where he's a principal in the fanciest elementary school in town. PS. No. 6, and she teaches :'.."> little geniuses. —FRANCES LEHMAN MRS. SADIE GORDON Mrs. Gordon Joins Home Staff As Group Worker IN GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON Appointment of Mrs. Sadie Gordon as group activity worker of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami has been an nounced by Maurice Pearlstein. executive director of the Home. [ Mrs Gordon Will be responsible for the group work program and coordination of the leisure-time recreational program for residents of the Home. She will have super Vision of 30 volunteers from the National Council of Jewish Women who currently lead 12 resident group activities She will also give direct service to residents bj way of cratt classes and other 'creative leisure-time activities. A skilled groupworker and arts and crafts specialist. Mrs. Cor don studied ceramics, painting B [ and sculpturing at the museum of fine arts in Boston and at Friendship House in Washinuton. D.C. She taught copper enamel ing at Smith Hughs School in Atlanta. Ga., and also operated a school of weaving and basketrymaking in Pennsylvania and Washington. D.C. For the five years prior to her coming to Miami a year ago. Mrs. Cordon was recreational supervisor Of the Atlanta, Ga., Jewish Home for the Aged, and more re cently, arts and crafts instructor for the Atlanta Cerebral Palsy Tenter. Visitors Flock To x New Synagogue On Miami Beach Hundreds of people stop each day to visit the new synagogue on lath St. and Washington Ave.. the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, open daily for prospective members and seat-holderJacob Cohen, founder president, advi-e.thit "the new synagogue will not turn away anyone because of lack of ability to pay for a ticket for the High Holidays. The spirit of a Community Synagogue will be observed to the letter of the law. "New theatre seats have arrived, the Ark has been installed, and we know it will be a treat for anyone to come and see the artistic decoration of the interior of the synagogue." High Holiday services will be led by Rabbi Abraham Weinschneid er as cantor and a choir. Services will be in Hebrew and re' sponsive readings in English 1 First religious services are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Aug. 28 and 29. Synagogue is open daily from 9 to 5 for reservations. Pot Cheese and Sour Cream? Summer meals taste brighter I with r—^ iced li?i Tetley T*a! Make iced te.i .\iamly with Instant Tetley Tea—bright and bracing as the finest tea should bel Al-o in Bulk and Bugs—a Jewish fa %orite since 1837 DESIGNATED OFFICIAL TEA N.Y. WORLD'S FAIR K on the pacUge means Kosher. Certified Kosher and Patve by Rabbi Jacob Cohen TETLET INSTANT 1 WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc TJi: COMPLETE CONCERTS Boston Symphony uoilno I juicy CIMCL '• dk&cicxUl CORNED BEEF Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. WVCG-FM 105.1 mc "PM PURE BEEF Kastuuth supervision by prominent Orthodox Rabbis: Rabbi Boruch Rabinowitz Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal U. S Ceo'l lnPcld Boston Pops WVCG AM Saturdays 2:00 p.m. .a^ 1/nrLlCD GENERAL O'FICIS: WILNO KOSHER C H,C*OO. 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August 7. 1964 v-Mwisti noridttajn Page 5-A | .. < %  en. You sec the glow of hope other unfortunates are awaiting for a wonderful future in "their h Their turn for emancipation in the eyes. You see green fields of all beautiful land of Israel. It is up kinds produced by the people who [to you to save lives, invest in Ishave been helped through the rael Bonds, give to the Combined Combined Jewish Appeal, Israel Jewish Appeal, give to the J< Bonds, Jewish National Fund and National Fund and give to HistaHistadrut. drut. They will never forget what you have done'for them, and this year MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG Miami Beach kimi Beach District of the Zionist Organiza>n c; America inaugurates a summer memKship drive. Twenty-two members of the Itrict'fl Membership Committee meet at the tore Cub Hotel for a special breakfast. Leadoi the committee pictured ('.eft to right) are lis1. Rudnic!:, national vice president of )A I en Giller, president of Miami Beach Zionist District; Herman Weintraub. member of the National Executive Council of the ZOA; Louis Rabinowitz, financial secretary of the district, Joseph Mechlow, chairman of the special membership drive; Sam Rosenkranz, Jacob Schacter, Israel Schenkman, and David L. Trask. Wife Took Lie Detector Test; Shielded Husband on Big Charges LETTERS TO THE EDITOR itegration Was Not One-Man Job TO*" Tht Jewish Floridian: ish Floridian and Ed|d Cohan were most kind in the lur i me in your July 31 is0n< correction, if you will. ever,ucc€':.-z.il integration of the Je Schools was achieved before Quality Education Committee he in;c being. The juxtaposition uld be unfair to those School' Bi.l members who labored so dUge: tty to make integration fk 611 .. -sfully. JACK KASSEWITZ Chief Editorial Writer Miam News HTO*. the Jewish Floridian: recently returned form Israel, I want to tell you what the ited Jewish Appeal, Israel Ms I nd Hi.-tadrut are doing the newcomer*. On the same on vhich I arrived in Haifa Harbor ..me many newcomers from Africa. Europe and etkei %  i-. The only question that I • %  -;.. d on the ship was "What will l.MCTT.o of us'" "Who will meet v Will we have houses?" "What '..ul become of our children" Who will take care of fathers and mothers?" The buyers of Israel Bonds, the givers to Combined Jewish Appeal and Histadrut should have seen their faces when the UJA people met them with open arms as if they wentheir lost brothers and sisters. You could not have kept back your tears, if you, too. saw mothers and fathers hugging their children and crying for joy because they got such a reception from the people—from people they had never seen or known. Automobiles were ready for them to take them not to camps but to their permanent homes. The sick were taken to the Kupat Cholim Hospitals. And this is not all that Israel Bonds, UJA and Histadrut are doing for the newcomers. Jebs are provided for them through Israel Bonds, schools for children from the UJA, and all kinds of trade and agricultural schools that bonds make possible for all. Come with me to the homes of those who arrived in Israel two or more years ago with the help that you gave through the Combined Jewish Appeal, with your buying of Israel Bonds and the gifts you gave to Histadrut. There, you will see happy homes, children who speak the laguage of the countrv as though they had been born there, and parents working at trades for which they are best suited. You will also see factories built where they can pursue their talents And new farms are blooming, made possible from your dollars and cents that you gave to the Jewish National Fund. You are carried away with a feelinu of blessings that help was made possible for these newcomTEL AVIV (JTA> The 1 American-born director of the Supersol, Ltd.. supermarket chain was ordered held for IS days this week on charges of forgery, embezzlement and arson. Magistrate Shlomo Rosenfeld or dered Alan Feinbcrg. a founder of the chain of seven supermarkets, held on the charges. Feinherg, 33, was accused of setting fire to the Supersol office to destroy the evidence. He was arrested earlier in the week following a July 19 fire which destroyed the records of an auditor's investigation into an alleged discrep ancy of about $1,300,000 in the chain's inventory accounts. Supersol's principal stockholders are Canadian Jews. The magistrate issued the rei mand order after hearing a charge by Chief Inspector Benjamin Seigel that the defendant had forged company stock records and that he had started the fire to destroy the evidence after being ousted as managing director. Mis. Feinberg. who was given a lie detector test during interrogation, said her husband had -pent the entire night of July 19 Jt home. Feinberg pleaded not guilty to all charges through his attorney, Shmuel Tamir. who told the court, that after the alleged fraud had been reported to police in June, the defendant went to Canada to meet the board of directors and returned voluntarily to Israel. The attorney also said that when Feinberg was asked to do so. he surrendered his United States passport. The attorney asserted that these were not actions hkely from a man accused of forgeries and embezzlement \tAts cissk t/urye**? nox£ Atud&nCs afilib/Ji*, •***W t& tke. neuJ, /mode^ny CnsbxtuJ Otcadeynuf. %  e^z 1 XUi be&i&oe "t. S/maM Classes ezncC yma^mtoTn\ iftC-,'.\c(aP''Lt*£ attention,. "Toassu/OL a seevCjiyi. \tjty-'(JulcL. fet rort&t. Tick ?2?6r>tt 7>e£a y^ £1 special, fojuamis being cffeKtttJvt%  tiu Jutdrt, -Huh. 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"JmisinrrXtew Peg* 3-A British Trade Council Bows to Arabs ibbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid, ngratulates Rabbi Leon Goldberger upon being appointed r the Board of Trustees as new ritual director of the Temple, ibbi Goldberger wai ordained in Europe and will perform e sexton's duties in the congregation, as well as assist Rabbi Labovitz in adult education classes. Rabbi Goldberger as%  Burned his duties as of July 15. ( jftufus Learsi Dead at Age 76 PJEW YORK — (JTA) — FunServices were held here Monfor Israel Goldberg, prominent lerican Jewish educator, author Journalist, known under the' pen name of Rufus Learsi, who died last weekend, aged 76. Born in Bialystok, Russia, he brought to this country by parents when he was a child. %  was educated in the New York' lic schools and received his dei from City College. Attcr -Htnching history and foreign languages in the city high schools, j he turned to writing. Among his -Most prominent works were "Fill, •fiHmini. the Kpie Story of Zion-I -Jsi." "Israel: A History of the %  ijtewi.-h People," "The History ol the .lows in America." and a number of children's books. He worked with both the JewMb Kdiication Association and the Jew is h Kdiication Committee, founded and edited "World Over."i and was editor, among other publications, of the Zionist Quarterly and the Jewish Forum. He was the co-author, with Dr. Samson Renderley. of the three-volume "Outline of Jewish Knowledge." One of his most important contributions was the authorship of the prayer to the martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto which has entered the Jewish liturgy. The prayer is now recited In Jewish homes each year as part of the Seder on l'assover. LONDON —(JTA)— Lord InchI cape, chairman of the Government-sponsored Council for Middle East Trade, made plain this week his belief that the Council had no choice but to accede to the Arab boycott oi" Israel. He told a press ; conference that the Council "might as well pack up" if it tried I to encourage trade with Israel. The Council was formed to promote British trade in the Middle East, not excluding Israel. Lord 'nchcape insisted that the Council was "not trying to do Israel down," but "it would kill the whole thing stone dead" if the Council included Israel in its program. The Council is supported by the Government, the Federation of British Industries, and individual linns. In .> related development. Lord Mancroft, the British Jewish business leader, said he did not wish to be renominated for the presidency of the London Chamber of Commerce. The latest controversy over British reaction to the Arab boycott developed earlier this month when Lord Mancroft confirmed reports that he had withdrawn his candidacy in response to Arab boycott pressures on the Chamber. Lord Mancroft said that a large number of Chamber members wanted him to renew his candi• dacy but "this would merely add I to a controversy which is not of I my choosing and which I very i ; much regret." It was disclosed that a member l '. of the Chamber wrote to it that 'if you give way to blackmail,] a number of firms with Jewi i you will have to give into more I directors trading with bot> t blackmail later. There are quite Arab countries and Israel." U.S. Israel Pilot Desalting Project Set at $100 Million JERUSALEM -(JTA)— American and Israeli technologists discussed here this week tentative plans lor a pilot plant in Israel using nuclear energy to desalt seawater at an approximate cost of $100,000,000. The meeting was held in Premier Eshkoi's office. The overall plans call for the construction of two nuclear plants for the project. The first, to be considered a pilot project for the rest of the world, would be built in Israel at a site still to be chosen. To be ready by 1970. the plant would have a reactor of 800 thermal megawatt capacity, generating 200 megawatts of electric power, capable of distilling between 100,000.000 and 200,000,000 gallons of water daily. The experts believe that a plant of that size would meet Isreal's water and power needs in 1970. A megawatt is the equivalent of 1.000,000 j watts. With information obtained from the first plant, the experts believe they could build larger plants. One such larger plant is seen as a reactor which could generate 1,00 to 1,500 megawatts and capable of distilling up ': 800,000,000 gallons of water dail The division of the estimat $100,000,000 costs of the pilot pi; t as between the United States ai Israel also has not been det< mined. The experts agreed that t costs of fresh water from the pii plant would be within the e; ability of Israel industry and urban users. The cost would I marginal for agriculture branch producing high-profit exports, sui as citrus, but otherwise probat prohibitive. U.S. Ambassador Walworth B; hour attended the meeting, as d : the Premier. The envoy said th. the project would not only he ; Israel with its water and elect? power needs but would also pi vide needed knowledge for t rest of the world. ppw "OW ^Kistr sin BETH DIN OFFICE IAIBI DR. TllOt H. STEM 1041 Michigan Avi., Miami Bctefe JE 1-1969 JE 1-e>SC DOLLARS SAVED WITH US Voters to Hear Speakers Open meeting ol Voters. Inc.. is scheduled for Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel. Speakers will be Sherilf Tal Buchanan, who will discuss "Advantage! of Electing a Sheriff," and Allied Manheini. Republican candidate for sheriff. Harry Levy is president of the group. 25 Years Experience Home OWMJ Home. Operated ... provide ready cash for things you want or need ... college for your children, a new car, next year's vacation, retirement or emergencies. 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igust 7, 1964 *JfW isti ntrididun Paqe & %  K 3 IOUS s crv#ces n.m. • ML, 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho:. Rafctoi Solomon Schiff. a —[TM ISRAEL 711 40th St. Ortho%  l Berel Wein rlday ( p.n CANDLEUGHTING Tf/ME 29 Ab — 6:44 p.m. l a • TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba.irngard. Cantor Charles Kodner. — a TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. >4 BCTH JACOB. 301-311 Washington AvSJ OtWiocl" RiliiTibor Stern. Cantor aJBUiiMamchea. a BETH KODFSi HOI SW 12th Ave. Modern T. i ; Rabbi Max ShaplrO. C.i itoi I ml ii.-i.vtr.rl. ]r^n.*> .i.in. S. i ,i,..n -- ti. .. -~. Life!" i:M i• ..i •Tinl'..rii..n ..f Hi. Law." § |. HI. %  "I. %  1 \\ nil..ui TEMPLE BETH SH:RAH. 7500 SW 120th St. ReconstructioniM. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan I Fii.lny 8:19 |>.m. K.-t.n nim; (,. t|„. Cantor Miw,e Neu. liuhitl after vacation, ICabbl Mki.p PTWH.V ,,.,!,. Atturrbii 8:]. u m. >.r.will dulivi-r u wrnion <• % %  "When r. ,."" %  '• '•'<• IUWI '-uil'ro|>heta." Bar pie %. %  • to KMIV,,,,." rtattiKlaj : M Humble Prayer of Moses Averted National Disaster n %  O SHE CONGREGATION f W. D Hwy. Conservative. RLfcnon April. Cantor Hyman rein. — e %  ETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd Ave Orthodox secrethodox. TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave OrRJabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. TH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th I Canserv.itive. Rabbi Max Lip. hit*. Canto. Ben-Zion Kirschenni MuiJ • fJtm. s.ii,ir.i.i> > r. ch* :llu p.n — a ••NAI RARHAI L. 1401 NW 183rd St. Coaaaavative Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lemn Fi Way sen i' %  -•'..< for Houml ni i.lul.Mitiu-cU) S:30 a.m. Bar UllHvah Harvey, tm of Mr. and Mra. Seannoii ^LAOUtR GRANADA 50 NW 51st Rl. CORaervative Rabbi David Rosonfotd. Cantor George Goldberg. — a — ft. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 ;. AliMm Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Qrose. — o HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David •hapiic Cantor Yehudah HoMBraun. — a — HOME8TEAD ILWISH CENTER. 8th St., Moaveete.id. Conservative. Cantor Pineiia Aloof. — o AELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Caaaarvative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlrsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. iday 4:30 |. n s..rn-.in v i". an Srrraon: "'Tl..-. Inith\i.s. i-Evldaaa." S::: tOOTt+WMT CENTER. 6438 SW 8th 1)) ntacv.u ve. Rabbi Zevi Green* 8ERHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 ^ %  ka. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmtaa. • • TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. ConW£ 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Ml By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS Hebrew Academy The calendar marks the loth flay of Tishri as Yom Kippor, the Day <>f Atonement. Tradition h;is it that this sacred atonement period is nm one day but rather a period of 40 days, commencing with Roan Chodesh Klul. which begins this Sabbath The Torah relates to n> that Moses shattered the first Tablets upon seeing his people dancing around the golden calf. He prayed that God forgive His people for their iniquity. Mis fervent supplications were answered, and God gave His people another chance On Rosh Chodesh Klul, Moses again ascended ML Sinai and 40 days later, on the 10th day of Tishri. Yom Kippur. Israel received the Second Tablets of the Law It is no wonder then that the month of Klul has such deep significance for the Jew and arouses within him feelings of solemnity and majestic awe. ''Even the fish." we are told, "tremble in their waters during the month of Klul." "Rise ye all to the service of our Creator for it is the month of Klul," the towncrier of old summoned the Jews of the "shtetl." Finty days mas seem a very long time to say "I'm sorry" to atone for our wrong doings. But to the Jew, Yom Kippur is not merely a day of confession; it is rather the climax of an inner realization and a spiritual rebirth. It is needless to enumerate and to mention the Tablets that we have broken knowingly and and unknowingly during the past year. Intermarriage is rampant in our midst, our children are unlearned in the ways of our Torah and traditions, our sons and daughters refuse to identify themselves as the children of Israel. And is it not obvious how so many of us are still dancing around the golden calf and casting aside idealism and Jewish volues? But now the month of EIul summons us with the daily blast TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chane Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Cantor David Conviaer. l"ri.!n> 8:1S ii.in. Pnipit mi.-t. Rabbi .Frank b'incher. Sermon: "The Man Who Shaped the Jewish People." Satni-i.iy 10:43 ii.in. Cantor William Royal w|i| ill.nit niii-i, al IHll'tlollH ut all BorViceM, TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. a TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. a TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washinoton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmav Cantor Hirsh Adler. r"i-i'ln.x fl p.m. Saturday :• a.in. TC,,O. rr .."T!7.* "TH TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th ; : TEMPLE ISRAEL. I37 NE 19th St., Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wrf < • Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. i man. Cantor Leo Urlith. a • — a TEMPLE JUDEA. J20 Palermo Ave TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6:00 N. Mia Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris KipAve. Consei vative. Rabbi He/ P r ,. Wernick. I Ida) :!-• p ni sit i. r In Ihi i ii %  • • |'NA>A ll A a M VJ anted RABBI-HEBREW TEACHER CHAZEN COMBINATION Permanent Position,or CHAZEN FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS Call 67532 or 43716 Isidor Weintraub, President 604 Duval St., Key West RABBI AUXANDtR GROSS second golden caff of the Shofar proclaiming, "Arise Ye who sleep All is not lost." True, we have broken tablets, but we have the ability to fashion second tablets as did Moses, our teacher in the cradle of our history. Today we dO not have a Moses to pray for us. Bach .lew, therefore, must feel the national responsibility for the spiritual rebirth of his people. This is the time for everyone to hear the piercing call of the Shotar and actively to identify and to show concretely his sincere desire to bring about the acceptance of God's Word. It was the humble, sincere and devoted prayer of Moses that averted a national disaster then. Let us also remove the arrogance and conceit from our hearts that we may, on Rosh Chodesh Elul, begin to pray for a year of Jewish national and religious achievement. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain NewYork,N.Y.(Speclal)-Forth first time science has found a new healing; substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — result* were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements lika "Piles have ceased to ba a problem!" The secret Is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous research Institute. This substance is now available In tupposUory or ointment form snder the name Preparation !/•At all drug counters. AJCong. Officials Seen Not Guilty Continued from Page 1-A their failure to remove the mural. "It is my opinion that the Worlds Fair authorities mighl have made some effort, whether legally bound or not, to have the Offensive mural removed. They objected to one defendant exhibiting an innocuous placard, yet a mural is allowed to remain which many people feel creates hatred and bigotry against a foreign nation and a race and people. The reasoning seems to be inconsistent." Judge Dubin also cited "the background and participation in community service" of the 12 leaders which he said made it "evident that none ot" them had an intent to provoke a breach of the peace." nl the committee. The two chairmen have cal upon the school's Board oi f)ir liters to be prepared lo meet I •.. %  influx of students from every s linn of Dade County and Hoi wood who will pass through 'doors as Hebrew Academy -' i dents this September "The unusual moc'ern fact ities and fine reputation of th; Hebrew Academy's unique program of education has truly intrigued the Jewish parents of our community, and their rsponse to the call of Jewish ed. cation in our school has bear most gratifying," Louis Merwitzer, president, declared. 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F^ge 12-A > ttmti fir riHU^nn Friday. August Conference Set Up $10 Million Culture Program Continued from Page 1-A to Jewish -cholarand Je\w-h culinstitutions throughout the Id, Dr. Nahum Goldmann, viaiiiis Conference presid said Ho declared that the role <.f the Claims Conference a> >poke-nu.n for Jews entitled to individual restitution and indem • i would "Just gislati in pro.:these areas in West <<• %  many, we "ill continue our efforts." be -aid. He also reported to the session on recent negotiations held with Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and other West German Government officials by the senior officers of the Claims Conference—Dr. Goldmann, Senior Vice President Jacob Blaustein, Treasurer Moses Leavitt. In those talks, Dr. Goldmann said, a partial scccess was achieved in recently approved legislation voting a fund of 800,COO,000 marks S2000C00001 for refugees who had become eligible to file for claims for movable properties confiscated by the Nazis in occupied countries. %  • that the on[or a t Keating Rapped By Arab for Tie To Jewish Voters Continued from Page 1-A majorit) of the [ N< Y iK." the telegram ol the Iraqi said sen K' .:•;: %  replied Since • an American <.•: iesl on your qualifi•.• --.".ik for the citizens • • %  ]| •. rurthermore. it would seem inappropriate lor • an Iraqi to '.ik.' any • >• •. i in .1 Unit %  tes elec! >n As to picki I •i> your committee, I am liar with its activities an.i appreciate having %  report • meniher-hip • : an indication ;.to il is appropriately r< tered und< r the termof the For B \ at ni Re iistration Act 000.000 marks .S100.000.000 1 and that the Conference was gratified that we were instrutal In doubling tl Is sum Me • %  .(I out, however, that the more important sought-for legislation—indemnification for i victims \\ho have received nothing because they could not file • d for groups of German reft i-\ the October 1953 deadline—was from the East .md bj the fact that ,U pending and will not be deI ati : in the West German Pai n ''lit until the coming fall. "Our hands have been strengthened in th's respect by the tat-t >s have been removan additional 35O.IMHI 01 them • %  now entitled to compensation," he added, "Refusing similar consid n to Jewish n fugees >uld in a dclinitc act 0! discriminaHe explained that the ference had rejec 1 [-man offer to set up ., ind for Jewish victimfrom Iron Curtain countn 1 he 1953 deadline. "Wi ,>ant a limited fund them." he -aid "W h. I are entitled to the nification benefit \ ho were in a pot aims befi re I h< rfc adline 'ho* file ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR row Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: _^ ACME • ** ICOOI l\4. ilk 685-1952 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET B.F.Goodrich NORTON TIRE Co. MAIN STORIt 3300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 hours and all day Sun. NEW STORES IN HIALEAH AND SOUTH DADE J 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's. LOU.i f. PAL10T NORTON $. PAU07 5. KONALD PAL101 HO.'.'AUD KATZIH OPEN A BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Mrs. 1 All Day Sunrfoy Our 40th Year W. Do Not "FARM OUT" our credit accounts to financo companin YOU HAVE INSTANT CREDIT IN OUR STORES WITH YOUR NATIONAL OH COMPANY AND OTHER APPROVED CRFDIT CARDS! MM Ml %  M NOtTH MIAMI JJtJ -. M .. .. WI KOUIV.OO* *C 1 7 "• ,-—4 t .4 •• V. • 1 i •? II uHHMII • i • %  -, • %  • .i %  > ••• IM 1 1 % % %  %  IOUIM DAOI • 00 D • %  0%  %  Jft • 5 HUMIkllAD MIAMI MACM i • M • • %  BIM I1H tMl Si %



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Izqs 8-A *Jmi$t> FkridHan Friday. August 7. 1964 By: EDWARD COHEN Businessman Finds New Life in Poetry w J v^*WW<'WW Teaching 12th graders in ;i re|j ious school adults al the University <>t Miami bent on Discovering Modem Poetry" of >rs no problem in adjustment to Ifred Boas, ;i businessman hose ai ocation is teaching •High school seniors are at icted uh the same problems modern poets—less a concern >r tite spiritual than lor the mgiblc Because the} speak in % day's idiom, teen-agers tend to i ick, to seem obscure. Like le modern poets, they are icono. lasts and thus difficult for IOSC of another era to under •and without study Yet. as >meone said so well, This is m that is hard to underand. but easy to love'." Common Denominator With the local poet. Aliee Boyd -lockdale. Boas last spring mnched tho poetry discussion rojp under the aegis of the Diversity's Division ol Confining Education, and it was such success that it will be conquer! this fall as The World f Poetry" with most of the same tudents—a varied group ot ousewives, teachers, profession. i and businessmen. If there is any common de ominator in the class, it was n initial sense ol outrage that lev could not seem to compre THIS IS NEWS! NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR MONEY YOU NEED! NEW OR USED CARS! JEFFERSON _. NATIONAL £ £j BANK .' <>r MIAMI MEACH • JE 2-6451 V. Ml 41st ST. Aftltur Godfrey Bojd it Panttret Orivt BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived 1 ALFRED BOAS social career hend the moderns; although al most all were people with degreeThey wanted to know the gimmick; ot course, there is none but to understand that poetry of every age has only two level-, both sensual, of sound and feeling. Word-worth and Hrowninu were called 'obscure' in their day. and what people of nui generation mu-t do iadjust to today's idiom. "Modern poets use an imag cry that ioften so personal you can sometimes onlj guess at the mi aning An older poet said. 'I am master ol my late.' but with nuclear war and total human extermination lacing us lor the first time, people have a but tomlevfeeling that none is ma-ter ot that fate—that only minor thingare within our control "It's no wonder, then, that the modern poet has turned inward, that so much of our writing is subjective. Aren't we the mo-t Rabbi Skop Will Officiate Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of Temple Beth Shirah. hareturned from his vacation, and will conducl the first services of the new i a Son this weekend !,'> gistration for the Temple's Religious, Hebrew and Nurserj Kindergarten schools ibeing held Jail) from 9:30 to .5 p.m., and Sun lays until noon. analyzed, probed people of any age' it a shadewland, but the area of greatest interest for the man who writewith sensitivity today." Group Dynamics As a teacher—he taught Bng lisb at Hie University of Pittsburgh belore a live-year World War II tour of duty as commander of a tanker—Boas is a lirm believer in the technique ol group dynamics for both his young students at Temple Israel and the adults at the University of Miami. "Reading poetry out loud together, learning to listen patiently to the inarticulate and hesitant has provided a dimension to comprehension that in many eases wasn't there before "I have a feeling that intelligence and education are not enough; our age has shown that something else is needed. Goodwill, brotherhood, social concern and awareness develop out of a classroom situation where every, one is of the same value and everything iweighed on its o>\n merit. Advancing Judaism "Judaism has been concerned traditionally with anybody not getting a fair shake, as it were. In a group where it levident that each one is entitled to the same share >>i dignity, we have advanced one of Judaism'.most precious tenets." Quotations from moderns like Frost and Audcn, Shapiro and Roethke How as easily from him as do the words of Donne and jonson Ueginnmu m September, in addition to running tho two Lane's Men's Shopin South Miami, his university poetry class and vice presidency of the American Jewish Committee, he has added an adult class at Temple Israel to his rush school teaching there because "while religion hasn't solved many of our problems, it still remains our best hope." 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Remember what life was like in a .-mall town where the individual was important, his lace and fate known to all. where "how are you?*' was a question and the reply mattered'' Simple Sameness Evidently many people remember the tempo of life in a -:::all town and long to reconstruct it Then there are those consumed by nostalgia for something they have never known These people have chosen to .stale together in caMial liv They'v.' abandoned the fining apartment They've turned awaj from the large pri\..tc home. Their choice is a mobile home and life in a park. Knock on any door, and the simple sameness oi the responw is reminiscent of another time, another place Mrs Anne Wohl smiled "1 never lived in a small town, but 1 always wanted to. These past eieht yearthat I've lived in Miami. I've had a large home and then 1 trie;! an apartment The apartment buildings were too big, too busy 1 longed lor a -mall community, country-like, yet conveniently located When I tir-t .-aw Colonial Park, met the other Jewish families living here. I knew I had at last come home Outdoor Living Mrs. Wohl's twentj yeai son lives with her in her new band's retirement Where could I live as e< oi omicallj as she asked The rent on my lot is only S.vi a month and for thai l have country club liv\l\ housework, I finish in an hour's time and then I'm free to kibbiti Mobile home living inot gypsj life. On the contrary; this ia solid yet tree way to live Perhaps we'll have enough Jewish families soon to -tart a Temple 1 wouldn't be surprised Mr and MrPinCUS had just returned home from work They smiled The breeze toyed with the living room draperies and tinkled the crystal chandelier m the dining room Like all modern mobile homes, theirs was Mr. and Mrs. Pincus: The perfect compromise. mobile home. They share an enthusiasm for outdoor living and use the pool every day. But it is perhaps the gracious friendly atmosphere in the park that makes Mrs Wohl certain she has made a perfect choice. Another door, another smiling welcome. Mrs, Leonard White is looking forward to her huscozy and furnished in high fash ion The kitchen boa-ted .. plethora of cabinet-. .. bronze wall oven and a large rein, erator The partition walls were done in simulated wood tones, the floorcarpeted and the closet space adequate Throughout was an efficient utilization of spaceNo Pressures \ mobile home is tl %  compromfsi I Mr Pn "A house requires I Mobile Home Park: An oasis ol the midst ol a busy city. maintenance and an apartment rds no privacj or elbow loom Here we have lour-waj exposure, a small piece of green around us and no pressures "But best ol all. slid Mrs is the friendly atmosphei i i'• "pii seem to loo-en up when the> live in a mobile home park We w a\ e to i Iher w i know our neighbors That's what I like i tnmon to mobile home • %  th< %  %  |e< tion ol MM hundred ;\ ing in C tlunial Acn twenty-five are Jewish The) being known and Imd the livil it lun 1 like bowling alleys and pool rooms, mobile home parkhave I 11 Lability Practical Idea Contributing to the fun at Colonial Acres are Mr and MrPaul Ka.-ke. the owners Each week they plan a special event for everyone's enjoyment now ;< card party, or a dance or %  movie or %  pot luck supper The bulletin board in the commumt) house announces the forming of .( bridge club and an rxen si v Colonial Icres thi yone I tx nelj." relaxed and informal -.. said Paul i \ in shorts and an ,r;. sl-tibl. easy, grai But don't the creatii n i Faske %  a\ Hal „ %  And the 1 practical for Kashruth 1 ^ for Quail 1 n perfect^ for Koshering all your meat and fowl "**1 SALT 1 ^ os:-> •' > .:.Coass Mr. and Mrs. White: Free to kibbitz. 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Pcge 4-A +Jenisti fhrkfian Fridcy, August JewisH Floridian OFFICE end PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 34605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY l\ BINDER Correspondent r*ul/ihd *vry FiMav %  i-.1;: hy Tf> T>-ri rwidlaB S.K. t • %  ml :. K. t -•nJ-Cj-B* !••-.* Paid at Miami, y %  • %  !-. %  ... Th Jawnh F or^liii ha* ttNrbM t* Jewish Unity and tn Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Aejency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New* Service. National Editorial Asan.. American Assn. *t English-Jewish N*waf>a#rs. and tbe Florida Press Assn. r *.l-i>* KlnndUtn itn nr't ini'iii'-* ; rvKn-hruth • %  f i)i ii-r>h^D(l -* %  kilvi.: ;•-'! m itrahimaa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $12 00 Out of Tewn Ucon Rrq. et Volume 37 Number 32 Friday. August 7. 1964 29 Ab 5724 Jewish War Veterans Are Convening Here =h War Vetercns oi the U 3.A. will hold :ts 6Sth annual convention ct the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood from Aug. 9 through 15 South Florica taxes the oc:c;.c?. o .veiczrre Amerces oldest ve'erens' cigcr.:zat:on here ::: .•.; deliberations. JWV regards our community winfe a particular Kind of favor. at met m cur m:dst back in ? and. before that, in 1955. Dcr.ie! Neci Heller, of Miarr.i, natSonal corr.rr. _: ier of JWV, be.;eves that the current convention A-..i attrack upward of 4.000 delegates and members of their fami-ies and that tne record-beaking number suggests an infusion of new blood into the JWV. The current racial crisis and civil rights are expected to be nigh on the agenda of discussion during the Jewish War Veterans deliberations. We can also anticipate other issues of particular concern to JWV: the Middle East dilemma, the Soviet war against Jewish culture in its midst. neo-Nazi and Fascist activities across the globe, and America's posture m foreign atfairs, generally among them. Simultaneously, the National Ladies' Auxiliary of the JWV will be meeting to hold its 37th ennual convention, with a varied program of workshops and leaders also scheduled. In all. the JWV national gathering here should make for interesting activity in South Florida during the week ahead. The Zionists in Battle The split between the Zionist factions is a sad comment on what has been generally occurring within the Zionist movement during the past decade and a hall Diaspora Jewry, we suppose, is badly enough confused in the matter of its relationship to the State of Israel. It would be good to be able to say that Zionism, at least, remoirn the singie force with the capacity to clarify the confusion and knit whatever schisms heve occurred since the reemergence of a Jewish republic in our time. Sadly, and realistically, the confusion of diaspora Jewry seems to be reflected in the confusion of Zionism, itself, which is now fragmented to the point where "Emanuel Neumann" Zionists are in open conflict with "Israel Goldstein" and "Rose Halprin" Zionists. If the slakes were not so high—the fate of Jews-it would almost be humorous to sit back and regard somewhat caustically the statements and counter-statements issued this week by Jacques Torczyner in behalf of Dr. Neumann and Mrs. Halpin in behalf of herself and Dr. Goldstein over the allocation of special funds for use by General Zionists in their constructive programs in Israel. Viewed objectively, one might even suppose* that neither side has the same interests at heart and that the babel of language is totally unrelated either to Jews or to Israel. How sad for both! that, after all. "it would kill the whole thing stone dead" if the Council included Israel in its program. The decision follows on the heels of the recent London Chamber of Commerce move to oust Lord Mancroft as a candidate for president of the Chamber because of his Lordship's religious affiliation. Lord Mancroft is experienced in such things: Some six months ago, the Norwich Co.. Ltd.. asked him to leave its board for similar reasons. Both organizations acted out of submission to the Arab boycott against Israel. Norwich almost immediately apologized and asked Lord Mancroft to resume his position. The Chamber is now doing the same thing. In both instances, his Lordship has properly and proudly refused. We can hardly expect the British Trade Council to follow the lead of Norwich and the Chamber, especially in view of Lord Inchcape's attitude. And now comes a related move, not in Britain but in France, where thirteen Arab League countries have warned Marcel Dessault of blacklisting unless the aircraft company stops selling its Mirage and Mystere jet fighters to Israel. France has been Israel's major supplier of arms against the massive tide of war materiele piling into Egypt via the Soviet Union. The Arab purpose is clear. It remains to be seen how strong the French company will stand aaainst threats of blackmail—whether, unlike so many British seem to be doing these days, it will tell the Arabs to mind their own business. Now it's the French The British Trade Council this week openly confessed that it is giving in to Arab League pressures in the matter of doing business with Israel. Lord Inchcape, chairman of the Government-sponsored Council for Middle East Traoie, explained" the action by remarkina The Third Dialogue The American Jewish Congress is planning its third annual "Dialogue in Israel" scheduled this weekend for Haifa. We hope the outcome will be more bearable than last year's. In 1963. the dialogue featured a sour lot of American intellectuals who couldn't care more about Israel than, in fact, they care about Judaism. What the purpose of it all was still remains a mystery. Perhaps the current dialogue, ignoring precious American writers and thinkers who mainly write and think for one another, will emerge with more vibrant conclusions for interested Jews to oonHer : < QNCE UPON a • ** Charley John man from Starke as governor. I mighty unkind th. about him. But th.Committee that name early thi> a rather dntdah i name of decency; ... t^m.. r._ m nf thesewars d. "Courtesy of Char posters that used to dot the Florida highways. I arr. read) hatchet. The Johns Committee has done more than M here during the week .. as i see it fcy LEO MINDLIN J Sl 4 "•% %  %  to ahssd -.rs jj strut,] "i tbJ : -ftcrj 'He uJ JotanJ bur* •f deyj It h,j *4: warrant of the National States Rights Party done so in a manner as to call to the attention cf thinkin, .^, en m 1 "the activities of one organization whose name we be. j >'*? misleading, and whose principles we believe to be con'-,-y .. precepts of good citizenship.' In a 15-page report, the committee declared: Toda of hate have made capital of hiding behind the facade .-" tism and waving the banner of anti-Communism With I thus cloaked, they have made converts who umritting undermine the very causes in which they devoutly beli is dismissed the National States Right! Party, which > that Jew-Communists" are batted the civil rights nu.\ report mi-iht as easily describe the Birchites who kidnapp in San Francisco last month.) Thus is dismissed from the Florida ballot in No NSRPs candidates for President and Vice President — Jo of Nashville Tenn and J B. Stoncr. of Atlanta — but' talist anti-Negro and anti-Semitic prototype.-, characten: Johns Committee report as formerly connected with i such athe I'mted White Party. Christian Aau-Jewii Unite, various Ku KJua Klana ami tin i S> • for example, in the final days of '.' upon thi i S Housi of Representatives to pass .. resolutii stating t.'iat "Jews are the children of the devil." ;• quoted in the Atlanta Constitution as categ i d< "Hitler was t< o moderate "iserv, ] bigotnl Mr* Tbul ctsargajl t T.I %  %  % %  }.] Ka.-pp %  %  : OTMK fACtTi Of THI STOKY I/ASPER WILL BE remembered aa ;i leading rigun anti-segregation riots in th. South He Miami to .lie in the oblivion of his attempt to mathe aegis <>f the late David Hawthorne's Dade County Pi ers Asaoeiatton, a tiaeue-thin group never really thin i its purpose Association meetings, for example, always the >ale ol Common Sense.'' the New Jersey anu-Scmit: published by Conde McGinley. who haalso since passed All of this imerely part of the story. The Johns has singled out at least two NSRP supporters as ptayii role in the recent St. Augustine race riots: Ston< i. the p., be \ ice Presidential nominee, who aims to make ben crime punishable by death," and C. C. Lynch, a ferns* r in California turned preacher, now associated with tl Christian Defense Lea gu e, which urges white CJjnatiens Jewand Negroes from the nation. These are rather commonly known facts about thi some of its leaders Less well publicized highhghts tionally interesting information. For example Edwai another NSBP leader, and Stoner were indicted by a I ral Grand Jury on Sept 23. 1!)63 in connection wil accompanying the desegregation .if three Birmingham Birmingham, incidentally, is the hometown of •The 1 the party's vitriolic monthly, which in its January, 1!W> lured a picture story on kosher meat slaughter and gel liataes Such inflammatory anti Semitic pieces as "Jewish I der." Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and once reprint' with be-tial illustrationa copy of Julius Stretcher's Der A STtUAK AKAr Or LtADlKSHIF THE SEPT. 23 indictment charged the duo with consp. teen days earlier "to overpower the police, cross poln and commit depredations.' The day prior to this action tacked city officials at two open-air rallies, charging] thegaging in a '-Jew-Communist plot to mongrelixv the nan succulent details about National States Rights Party lead the following: Item: On April 1. 1963. James K. Warner, a.-sociat "The Thunderbolt." was convicted of trepassing on li Alabama property and sentenced by a Tuscaloosa court to in jail as a consequence, the week before, of having picke' Arthur Dean, the United States disarmament negotiator Item: Robert A. Bowling, activity coordinator for arrested in Atlanta, also on April 1. 1963. charged with St) parking meters. Item: In March. 1963. in a San Bernardino barroom brothers. Neuman and Rufus Britton. officials of NSRP in were convicted of battery and disturbing the peace: wfc C. Lynch, the ex-lemon picker whose activities in Florid being placed under surveillance as a result of tile Johnexposme. was found guilt> ot disturbing the pence. -:• •:• •:• MU/WG ON THl RIGHT TKACK ITEM: IN MONTGOMERY. Ala on April 25 I860, tl States Rights Party candidate for Vice President, A Crommelin tl'SNR Ret i. voiced vehement protests on i when police removed 18 pickets from the front '...-. i Jen i i-ptcka ^| li fl toot uul .1' and %  addh Fields, .n^hara | -orders %  ,-rboit. ] !y pub, ,1 MILrtokM run* •Mi itI include %  sit] month! p mi *-| to ifonus, .. ttea (I. .md iniild• al PartJ .. States rs il • tor : jntiB it* :pcd by .n. a* 1 .•cinewi ..! tl/ That