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The Jewish Floridian ( August 14, 1964 )

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'Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY Voluiie 37 Number 33 Miami. Florida. Friday. August 14, 1964 Two Sections — Price 1. Prominent Republican Repudiates Racists Under GOP Banner By Special Report JNGTON — One of the na^po'-t prominent liberal ReHs has issued a statement B? that "the greatest the proud history of the r."! Party is that racists such hope under our oanlayor Thcnlore McKeldin. Of Baltimore, former Governor of Maryland, The statement was made July 25 in the wake of endorsements by two Ku Rlirx Klan leaders of the candidacy of Sen. Barry Goldwater. Republican of Arizona, for President On July 23. the Miami Herald reported from Tallahassee that Robert Creel. Grand Dragon of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan. had endorsed Sen. Goldwater. The dispatch by Lawrence Minear, of the New York Herald Tribune News Service, quoted Creel as saying: "Barry Goldwater is going to be elected. I like Barry Goldwater. I believe what he believes in. I think the same way he thinks. So does George Wallace. But he is only one man, and he can only do so much. They need our help." Minear reported that Creel also •aid of Ihc Klan: "We are not simply a bunch of nigger-knockers. We represent the majority of the people of Alabama, who hate Nig^erism. Catholicism, Judaism, and all the 'ism** of the whole world." Creel, according to Minear, SS all opponents of the Civil Rigli Act must unite "whether in tl" Ku Klux Klan. the John Bir Society, or the White Citize Councils." On July 25. Don McKee, of t Associated Press, reported Iro Atlanta. Ga.. that "Georgia's t' Ku Klux Klan official join Continued on Page 10-A pe Paul Asks Jews To Dialogue'en Same Spiritual Ideals Now ideals' iJTA) — Pope Paul • itcd the "Jew ish pe > %  ihiul io the religion which that ol the Old Testa Io join the Catholic in discussing •common lirsl encyclical lie has is he ascended to the 13 months ago, Pope cti n led a similar Invlta Moslems anil to •followers great Aim Asiatic reli But he made a point of ting his appeal for "proand defending common .directed to the Jews, pressing the bishops of the •lie Church, to whom the plica I was directed primarie Pope ftated: "I think y opening our heart to you Bishops), we are opening it OOt or.ly to all the faithful of theCli.'ch of God but. especially, to those whom our voice can reach beyond the limits of the flock of Christ." The Pontiff underscored the need io discuss relations between the Catholic Church and the non1 'hristia i reli ions in the fourth and lasl i hapter of the 15,000 %  orcl document. Here he noted that, aroi nd the I atholic Church, there ia circle vast in extent, yel no) (at away from the Catholics This circle, he stated, "is made up ol the men who above all adore I he One Supremo God Whom W( too adore, Wc refer to the • lnl (lien, worthy of our affectionate i i' ct, of the Jewish people, faithful to the religion which we i all thai ol the Old Testament Then to the adi rers <>i God according to the conception of montheism, the Moslem religion especially, deserving our admiration for ,iil th..t itrue and good Continued on Pane 8A Torpedo Boats or Viets May Be Gift of UAR /VIA fOff McKtLDIN votes not thot important \\ ISHINGTON — iJTA I -The posyibi1itj was being considered here this week that the North Viel \ torpedo boats which attack i the American destroyer in the Gull i Tonkin were supplied bj Kansas City Ant!-Jewish Bombings Attract FBI Eye Argentine Jews Present Gov't. With Evidence of Hate Material PRESIDENT MEETS DELEGATION PAGE 11 A 4FH* JAIN TERM ar Rabbis Tallah assee lawful AHASSEE (JTAi — rabbis were among nine and Negro clergymen who eleased alter serving four t a 60-day jail term which posed after thc-y refused as er of principle to pay $500 %  upon conviction of "unassembly" in connection it-m efforts to desegregate terminal in 1961. Jewish clergymen. Kabbi Dresner of Springfield. N.J.. abbi .Martin Freedman of n. N.J.. were convicted in pal Court here in lSMil were jailed last week alter Is to the United States SuCouii were rejected on al ground^. No reason was or the release of the clergyhieh was ordered by Mumudge John Rudd. BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Documented prooi of anti-Semitic materials spread in this country by Huessein Triki, the Arab League representative in Argentina, was submitted this week to foreign Minister Miguel Angel Zavala Ortis by DAIA, central body Of organized Argentine Jewry. Ihc material was s,.[it to the Foreign Minister by Dr. Isaac Goldonbcrg, president of DAIA. and iieni Gesang, the organization's secretary, who told Zavala Ortiz that "the Arab League i* a foreign organism whose antiJudaism campign in this country is not racial, but political, promoted with anti-democratic, totalitarian objectives." Declaring that "there never existed an Arab-Jewish question in Argentina," the DAIA-leader< stated "we distinguish between the foreign Naxi movements in this country and the Arab sector of the Argentine people." The DAIA leaders asserted further: "We regret that there should xisl the mistaken impression Continued on Paje 9 A WASHINGTON .MA — The Federal Bureau ol Investigation has received information on antiJewish bombings in Kansas City, \lo.. and is believed t.i be participating in an investigation launched by Kansas City police it was %  earned here Kansas City police officials announced that a pattern of antiJew ish terrorism has emerged in Kansas City during the past seven month.Five bombings or attempted bombings have occurred at the homes and businesses of Jewish persons, police said. The bombings were described as a "pattern" involving anti-Semitism. Police are now probing the latest blast which last week destroyed the interior of a restaurant owned by Melvin Rolsky. Mr. Rolsky is Jewish, and his name has figured in the news. The first of the five Incidents in the anti-Jewish patterns oc i nire.l Jan. 2<>. when two uncx ploded dynamite bombs were found outside the homes ol Irving Achtenberg, an attorney, and Dr. Lazare Shapiro, a physician. The names ol both intended victims had appeared in newspaper publicity prior to the attempt. Two days later, an explosive charge was detonated against the wall ol a discount store operated by proprietors of Jewish faith. The explosion resulted in dam age estimated at $40,000. On Apr. 21, the same store was damaged by -till another blast. Police concluded now that the only conceivable thread linking the bombings and attempted bombings of Jews as anti-Semitism. Accuse Paraguay of Barring Return of Nazi Dr. Mengele HAMBURG i JTA i Alfredo Stroesser, head of the Paraguay an Government, was accused here this week by Der Spiegel, mass circulation weekly, of having refused to honor the Bonn Government's demand lor the extradition ol Dr yjengele, the infamous Auschwitz "selection doctor" because Mr. Stroesser' own l'aniiiv is of Bavarian origin. According to the weekly. "Die tator Stroesser" has threatened to cut oil all relations with Bonn if it persisted in demanding Mengele's extradition. Der Spiegel claimed that Mengele "is being supported by a number of Nazis in Paraguay." The court in Frankfurt, now trying 22 former administrative and medical personnel at Auschwitz, has offered a reward of 60,000 deutschemarks for the apprehension of Mengele. The "selection doctor" is under indictment for murder and cruelty committed during his service at Auschwitz. The Universities ol Frankfurt Continued on Page 11-A Egypt it has been definiti hed that E [> pt sold Ri sian military equipment—inch Soi iel torpedo boats—to l: China after Moscow ceased shi ping armto the Peiping re) %  ausi ol ideological difference Information received in Wa>h ir.gtun indicated that F.gypt i < %  <, rt:> obtained newer types naval craft such as the Soviet built motor torpedo boats, includng the missile-firing "Komar %  and has a surplus ol mol >i torpedo boats, previously recei' from the Soviet Union Al I same time it is known here that the Egyptian government, friei I..to both Keel China and North \ iel Nam. ha> sold vario is i ries "i surplus So> iet arms the Far Bast, One of the opinions prevailing Continued on Page 3-A Cyprus Crisis Ends Vacation For Shazar JERUSALEM — (JTA) Pi [dent Zalman Shazar Tuesday decided to cancel a vacation trip he bad planned to start in view ol the ten-inn over the latest developments in Cyprus which the Israel Government is watching with utmost attention. Tin Foreign Ministry here was preparing a response to two .ip peals sent by Cyprus President Makarlos to President Shazar The appeals were ol identical text sent io heads 0 | state of other countries. They urged Israel to Use its influence to put an end to what President Makanos railed "Turkish acts of aggression constituting a crime against humanity and serious damageto international peace A report from Cyprus said that Alvin Rosenfeld, American born correspondent in Israel for the National Broadcasting Company and New York Herald Tribune, was seriously wounded in Cyprus Continued on Page 2-A



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August 14, 1964 fJewisti rkridliiaiKi Page 3-A 1 Viet Nam May Have Been Given Boats by Nasser Beoch Police Athletic League, in coIrt.or. with the Miami Beach Recreation r:~ent, has for the past few years conId a summer teen-age Bowling League. ijs are members of the Beach PAL, with frcseation Department supplying counselTr.s year's sponsor was Miami Beach '0, Knights of Pythias, with the amount 3C donated for bowling fees and trophies. 130 youngsters par*icipated in 1,382 bowling lines, with 27 trophies awarded at a special Court of Honor on July 30. Left to right are Allen Rosen, high average for boys, North Shore; Dave Weisman, past chancellor. Lodge 170; Gayle Sterne, high average for girls, North Shore; Irene Sassoon. high average for girls, Flamingo; Paul Grand, master at arms, Miami Beach Lodge 170; and Roy Anzek, high average for boys, Flamingo. r ab Families Stay in Israel Territory JSALEM — (JTA 1 — Four \r;il> families occupyin i in a section of the of Bail Safafa. on the JorI ..icter. south of Jerusalpteci this week to let Israel normfor them in Israeli pry. gather than live under lian jurisdiction, opportunity to choose beliving in Israel or in Jorlagiven the six Arab houseifter an unusual agreereached by Israel and Jorpeacefully ending a dispute ;'ie United Nations Jor|n-I>raeli .Mixed Armistice lission, border. To prevent further incidents, Israel told the United Nations it would build a fence around its section of the village. Jordan objected to the fence. Finally, the Israelis agreed that they would cede to Jordan a small tract of land, 30 feet by 45 feet, so as to settle the border. discuss the issue now in recess foi summer. The Knesset is the resl of the Continued 'rom Page 1-A here is that President Nasser of Egypt is now "playing off" Peiping against Moscow to extract maximum advantage from both, just as he has successfully played off the East against West. Nasser recognized North Viet Nam, backed the Viet Cong forces as "freedom fighters," and lauded Ho Chi Minh. Although Egypt needs arms for hcontinuing militarj interven• tion in Yemen, it is nevertheless known that Nasser has not only resold surplus Soviet weapons but that he also sells weapons of his iwn manufacture, made with the help of German technicians now working in Egypt on military establishments. Among arms sold by Egypt have been military airj ] craft, torpedo boats, tanks, artillery, automatic weapons, mortars, machineguns, and rifles. Since Cairo desired to keep secret its anus manipulations with countries out of favor with Moscow, like Red China, it is con sldered here possible that neither American nor Soviet intelligence evaluated the extent of the clan destine sales and shipments. Torpedo boats, moving under then bj a refuelling ship and easily move from Suez to the Far East The torpedo boats believed sold by Egypt to Red China or \ rt i Viet Nam would have been among those obtained in the 1950's at bargain rates and on easj payment terms offered by Moscov its anxiety to infiltrate the world. leth David Will Honor Simons Beth David Congregation ia planning to honor Harry ''Pop" Simons on his S.ith birthday and has scheduled a testimonial buf let dinner for the occasion in Spector Hall on Saturda'j evening Sept. 19. Phillip Schitl is chairman, and proceeds will go to the library at Ueth David named in Simons' honor. jnytwr "ra ferav -in BFTH DIN OFFICE IABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 sur ci Ben m< There have been other minor border rectifications between the two governments, in which one side or the other has agreed to cede small sectors so as to eliminate further disputes This time, however, there were six houses involved, all occupied by Arabs. Both sides agreed to let the householder choose between living on one side or the other The four Arabs who chose Israel were being relocated in undisputed Israeli territory The Ileirut Party protested > p.m.. m the DeauvUle's against this agreement, demandmagne Room, according to ing that the foreign Affairs and in charge Of arrangeSecurity Committee of the Knesset hold a special meeting to dispute started several ago, after *n incident the unmarked Beit Safafa St. louis Cub Meeting SI Louis Club will meet Home Ownti Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? 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?aae 4-A t I,', s +Jewist> FfrrkUMFriday, August 14, 1964" -. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 F1ED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LIO MINDLIN Executive Editor ESLMA M. THOMPSON Asst to. Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U BINDER Correspondent Published evarr Frlda* sine* IBJ1 ^v fi* Jerl!.h PloiidtMl at 150 N.E. Sixth *tre• %  ;. Miami 1. Florida. &<-coad-Clars Pustase PM al Miami. Kiuiiua. Tni Jfnh Floridian ha* absorbed tha Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tetegraohic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Nswe Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. ef English-Jewish Newspapeia. and the Florida Frees Assn. The Jewish Moridim don sot raaraittM th* Kashrutk • •f ehe tnrr>tu.ndl*r M It I Used in its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On* Year Si 00 Threa Year* 112.00 Out of Town Upon Reoueet Volume 37 Number 33 Friday. Jfeiguat 14. 1964 6 Ernl 5725 Mayor McKeldin Feels the Dilemma The statement by Baltimore ". a y o r Theodore McKeldin resets the feeling of many Repubrans of good will who have been i nddened by the nomination of 5 ML Barry Goldwater as GOP I cinderd-bearer in the 1964 Presi: entjal cempaian. In this inl rince Mayor McKeldin reacted the Ku Klux Klan esoouscl of E ML Goldwater s candidacy as ne greatest sheme in the croud story of the Republican Party" accuse "racists now find such %  ?pe under our banner." Mayor McKeldin thus joins a :io:e croup of ideologicallyicken national leaders who ddenly find themselves without : pen The question it seems to us. • not so much the KKK and other :err.:st organizations that have : atuitously joined the Goldwater ^ndwagon. The question is why e Senctor refuses to accept their support and why they were r andled so graciously at the GOP c invention in San Francisco. Mayor McKeldin, as an honest and dyed..--the-wool Republican, does not like the company in which he suddenly finds himself. ?•either do other self-respecting members of the party. They are not willing, by their own i ature. to give equivalent stature to the haten ongers now in their midst. Mayor McKeldin feels that "Votes are not c: prime importance to our party; nor are victories; nor existence itself, if such existence derends on hatred ." This is, of course, an :trerr.e position. Even the best Republicans s lould not be expected to go that far: from Gov. F.omney to Gov. Scranton. But it highlights the Republican dilemma •:dcy more than ever. It puts a political party €. alted in the history of this nation in the posit on of consorting with an'.i Semites and other reddlers of hate. The dilemma is a sad one .. deed. Mr. Johnson is to be congratulated for his persistence. The President has, of course, offered similar cooperation to the other nations of the Middle East. Unhappily, their leaders remain firmer in their purpose to plan for war than for peace. It's Hard to Sit Back The Ecumenical Council resumes its delib € ations Sept. 14. Church authorities have told : me and again that the Ecumenical is Strict%  church business; and perhaps it is about t.me that Jewish organizations and leaders took .-.em seriously and sat back in hopeful anticipation rather than in open argument among t-emseives on how best to influence the proceedings there. If nothing else, the first two sessions showe:: the Ecumenical wouldn't be influenced, not •Even by our loudest pleas. Still, it is heartening to note the disclosure by the Ecumenical Council's press director that the two known declarations on Jews and nonChristians and on religious freedom" will definitely be discussed when the Sept. 14 sess.on opens. In the light of such an exciting disclosure, u is pretty hard simply to sit back. Desalination for Peace President Johnson this week announced the first meeting of a joint United States-Israel Committee to plan the u3e of nuclear energy for desalination of the sea. The announcement iirect opposition the spirit Game! Abd?: N'asser has been trying to foment an;o:; • \ :b nations, parularly relating to In | onal water project. A Variety of Resolutions The resolutions emerging out of the 69th annual convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. meeting at the Diplomat Hotel are to be commended. The JWV's demand Wednesday that both Presidential nominees repudiate the support of radical groups of either the right or left is particularly pertinent at this time. Also of current impoitance is the veterans organization s committment to full implementation of the Civil Rights Act and expansion cf President Johnson's anti-p-cverty program. Add to this the JWV's consideration of the Middle East situation among the ninety-sever, resolutions originally scheduled for discussion here, and one gets the feeling that the JWV's 69th annual convention is probably one of the busiest and most fruitful in the recent past. History Repeats Itself The report this week about the torpedo boats involved in the North Viet Nam attack against an American destroyer in the Gulf o; Tonkin reminds us of World War II. Remember the days when American scrap metal was being shot back at us through Japanese guns and bombs? If the report is accurate, then the torpedo boats came to Viet Nam from Nasser's Egypt which in turn got them from the Soviet Union. But Egypt's purchase of massive amounts of armament is being largely facilitated by the huge loans the United States has been extending the UAR over the years loans explained by our State Department as dollar credits for the purchase of food. This may be so. But the money Nasser saves on food seems increasingly to be directed toward Moscow for the acquisition of war materiele. Among the items, apparently, were torpedo boats now in service, courtesy of D; • tator Nasser, in Viet Ncm. History certc: •ns to be repeati. with the U.S. none the wiser as a consequence of past experience. during (he week ..". as i see it bf LEO MINDLIN %  T t$ MOW g than ynt %  since Ust I u^ m ^ The happy memories stUni ger of the cities, the vjjS the hills, the steep mo ^ and the jagged canvonsfafiS precipitously away fm m yj on the road south i rectM excitement of new \ 1 ^ n€ J! L w, www .... at ever> tBrn thf £~— %  m |x-opl Ion.; i„i| w was reemerging beneath the loving hand of honest labor, i rem ber the drcp over Lydda. the drive to Tel Aviv, passing huge dl trucks driven by men wearing beards and skullcaps, the "crawly downtown area like any other elsewhere in the world. Jerusalem and Haifa are still fond images la my mind: the ^ a divided city down to Musrara. where Barclay's Bank stand* -.? marked by shells from the war. unrepaired quite as if Mother Brit* stUl expects someday to return, and on up to Abu Ter. from^tj* you can look out across the Mount of Olives; the other modern, SM ing and metropolitan, with industry burgeoning UP the ports sal. the bay and women dressed super stvbshlv along the eav siJ circling the heights. ""• The sites of our ancient past come back each time a little U fresh to my mind's eye. a bit more confused; hot still the) v K u u the effort at recall: Bet Shearim. Tiberias. Masada, Meg [ids Mt Tabor. Timna. Ein Gedi and >o many others. But ever vivid remains my view of the desert — a blasted of red and purple lock as far as the eye can see. now flat, now risw I to terrifying heights in an unLelicvabie lunar la'-a-eap.-. Imagine! would be the consequence upon the • ,ir;h ..i ... holocaust fifty or a hundr-d years after the fact A GKtATtlt StNSt Of NISTOfff IT is INCONCEIVABLE thai here ll Israel's future v are Baying so. the nation's leaders, and Ihej have Bin urahly rolled back the barren regions to establi h centers cant population far from the crowded cities in t! • more, the nation*!enemies are saying so, .. we|l W %  %  taii need to (festrm Israel now is the need to do it before tl been conquered Hence the accelerated pace of their tinlace of Israel's developing watei system; hence thi to tapping the Jordan from the Sea of Galilee which. ev .... their concern, tend to forge) Ues wholly within tin bordea I spent much time in the desert, not alone t,, ,u-. speakably beautiful colors and the inevitable hum .in atti.. something that is both terrifying and awesome 1 ipe i to etch upon my mind a world that will net long survivi unchanged through the millenia and one which must incut way to the drive toward reconstruction For, in a verj res 1 could detect a greater sense of histon there than in thi art -into I in the museums oral the sites where ancient and revered rabbis lie! entombed I also spent time there to lock upon the ?hallenee I. .-. today and to reassure myself of ultimate success: for example, on flj the promontory high above Avdat. with little :>m sand ar brilliant blue sky stretching into the distance — could this. • to man's loving labor? Yes. I told myself, the task halt a eenturj ago was no less awesome, tnd its fultillment lies in achie\emenu such as Haifa and Tel Aviv and Ashdod. MIHINT0 Of A MOVING M0MIH1 THIS IS NOT the only "life" that must come to an end in tl BBBl of modern Israel. The shepherd and his Biblical staff -"Tound ed by hi> flock, camels and men in their Middle Eastern garb un changed since ancient times are also giving way As well. 1 mas: Confess. I felt a sadness at the dying view of Bedouin m tl .: nukr shift tents on the lonely stretches of sand, ahead) stMMge Iookia. particularly if pitched beneath a giant power line threas)in B • electric fingers over the waste places, (lose up. their IB nol admire in the Bedouin, the Dies ringing their eyes that BpJ oma, their unspeakable poverty, the utter uselflsaness >: tbi into which they are born, and from which they *&-m qiuik j But it is inevitable that men. even as they art the pro those who have wrought change, should be' sgMjvu'Ojtai %  past, however alien. And this, perhaps, was The desert • atfti fascination for me: it* alien quality the seeming taproot of ophy if not our person Nevertheless, such are the pressures senthwartt. h."<: all i".uultimately fall before the need to conquer the desert, a need test JDo> trated. strangely, on the docks at Haifa I stood on an imuupsT' ship to watch a load of Moroccans enter the I'rumise.i Land. B" Ship's manifest is now on my desk before me. a memento c % % %  rv.o^moment. THI DlStRT IS TO/NOtaOrV THE IMMIGRANTS WERE broken down into categories of -> J^ family. Older men and women, with limited or m BO agricultural society, were billetted for the bij; cities 1 thr young were marked for the hinterlands — Kir\at Gal Si rnrthtt south. For theirs are the brawn and the sweat that will make U desert bloom. Theirs are the spirit and the application tl Arad out of the sand and made Beersheba an ever-growing -'' %  civilization in the wU dasucai My love affair with the desert is one. perhaps fashioned in the mind of a man who doe.not have to live there. It i> eaS) to sPe J time in the vast stillnes.v the deep silence, if the objective has im-r.'l) been to shoot thousands of feet of film for future reietvm **• the art of it. And one tends to become exalted m one's %  '> ''' it the objective was also to touch the past better than it on l>< 10** ed bi a mob %  %  *" '"" f^ wv**vs mail • -• M in Jerusalem, where the smell of cheap casoline burne.. oi autos in a traffic snarl brings the present too closely upon to give u the awesome meaning that untrammeled toolauon offers Nevertheless it is a meaningful love, for it Beams in m> %  ive taken precedence ovei the other beauuml things Safad on Shavuot In the sun and in the fog and mist, the bn % %  k ,u o\ or Chulefa on the heighU at Te| t'hai: the Bffld • M ron al midnight on Lab B'Omer eve; the exqu • HI the road from Tiberias, with D< Bet making an exquisite Van Gogh landscape the desert itomorrow d



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• lay. August-14. 196**Jeistitlcridian Page* A jlf UTTERS TO THE EDITOR Wagner Musk Should Still be Banned roud of their Service Certificates are these B'nai B'rith Wornwho have helped the Lions Clubs and the Miami News iftey Town classes for the past two months. Dr. Sanford (left) presents the citations on behalf of the Dade County )ptometric Association for their volunteer oid in children's isual screening programs. Shown are Mrs. Herbert Katz, resident, Shoshana Chapter; Mrs. Paul Hcrrold, president, lorth Dade Council, B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Max Lubel, president, Jorth Dade Chapter; and Officer Bob Lang, of the Safety Eduition Division, Sheriff's Department. lew VA Hospital Going Up Here Sround will l>e broken this tekend for a 1.062-bcd Veterans Immigration hospital in Miami, ivas announced by Roy Brooks, imissioner of the Florida State fpartment of Veteran Affairs, Mike J. Perricone, assistant Ite service officer. Representatives of all South arida veterans organizations, as as federal, state and local gnitaries. are expected to attend 10 a.m. ceremony at the hos|al site. NW 12th Ave. and 16th L. according to Brooks and Pertone, co-chairmen of the Groundhjrr; Dries are all too short. It occurs to me that Mr Mil tin's article and Lerner s \< might (and should I be the core several sermons by our rabl who. lor the most part, are al living in the 19th and previo centuries. If they spoke on the matters instead of the soporii • diet they feed their congregan they would attract many mo a people to their temples and syi gogues. Too long we have heard cleri CTJ "but that is politics—and no of our business." Are justice ai ; the survival of humanity not t business of men of God? Again, thanks to Mr. Mindl for his fine, courageous article. MRS. B. KWART H Miami Beach City Beauty Experts Meet Ten City of Miami projects proposed by the Beautification Committee to give the city a new look were outlined at a luncheon Wednesday in the Columbus Hotel, Santa Maria Room. Pallot says the projects, costii about $400,000, are planned for t next fiscal year. Pallot said the improvomen • are needed "to help Miami reta its image as a tropical paradis lit* iiiaua %  ***** %  *. -•— ----0 — —— — 1 %  Committee Chairman E. Albert a place of beauty and charm. THIS IS NEW$! WHY PAY 4', OR 5%? OUR • NEW CAR LOANS ARE ONLY DEAL DIRECT FOR MONEY YOU NEEDI NEW OR USED CARS I JEFFERSON _. NATIONAL ; BANK .' -•>or MIAMI BEACH • £ .' „ JE 2-6451 *• V 301 -41st ST Arthur tod'iey Road at p.netrea Dti.e BANKING HAS CHANGED "Since Jefferson Arrived" IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A "BEST BUY" IN HOMES YOU'VE FOUND IT: S10O Down As little as *60 Month Serving Miami 1% Years. (AITMAN INSURANCE I REAl ESTATE 1210 N.W. 8th AVE. Ph. 377-96S5 We Handle Insurance of All Kinds FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 1264 W. FIAGIER ST. HI 8-2671 Nights, Sundays & Holidays Dial HI 3 0922 Viceroy's got the Deep-Weave Filter for the taste that's right! Viceroy is scientifically made to taste the way you'd like a filter cigarette to taste. Not too strong... not too light... Viceroy's got the taste that's right SMOKI-; ALL 7 Smoke all seven filter brands and you'll agree! some taste too strong while others taste too light. But Viceroy — with the Deep-Weave Filteri. isles tin way you'd like a Biter cigarette to taste. 1'h.il's li^ht! ..N akitM %  '*• %  %  % %  %  / '-./:/, M J-.--.... ./?/.../J



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Pcxje 6-A *Jeisti ncrklian Friday. August L{ i Red's Deny Anti-Semitism Charges GENEVA — JTA Presentation of documented charges of • nent of Russian Jewry at the current ~e-ion of the 1'nited Nations Economic and ~c!al Council session here last wet-k provoked an angry denial Soi .• • • % %  The charge* Acre made by Bartur, Israel s permai idor at Geneva, who out• be plight ui Soviet J< in detail He called the situation Soviet Union, which he did • r.tion h> name, a "\ erj acute case of an -m He rred to the \irulently antik Judaism Without -r.ment." pubh-hed by the Ukrainian Academj o( Sciences, itbdi • fter a worldwide storm of protest Then he >aid that -;.Tiilar b> ks Students Attend Leaders' Course In Hendersonville teenagerBetfa Tor h %  gn al .1! per. I %  iom .lie. N C at the annual L, Trail.in,' In ktituti f the S nited S\ r %  ii Youth, a 25.•-• %  member youth organization of the nservative synagogue move• • Sidney Buenick, Youth Com i ittee chairman, announced 1 nder the direction of Advisor Mar-had Baltuch the youngsters \.d! attend seminar-, workshops services and participate in oulil and religion > programs, ai as plan activities for their rtaptera for the current year. th Torah was the winner of two chapter awards at the regional conclave held in April, and two ts member-. Steven Weininger, Sheri Handel, serve as of•:of the South Florida Sub•n A ho will attend the inIll • include Aaron Abramowitz, Sti en Weiniager Bennie Bngel. Deanne Schwartz. Toby CaveU, -i Shantzi.-. Richard Kagan. ttie Karp. Roger Leff and tin Weinii ho will be a ( IT v. ere later published and distributed b> the State Publishing House for Political Literature in Moscow. Rejecting assertions that criticism ot the Soviet Union stemmed only from hostility to its ideology. he -aid Communist >ource* had sharply i mimed anti-Serait.c developments in Russia. V. N. Bendryshev, the Soviet representative, took the floor several times during Bartur s presentation. Delegates from several western countries, including the United States, also jned in the discuss'on, expressing their surprise that the conditions cited by Bartur still existed 15 years after proclamation c the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Ben ir\-hev'first intervention came during Bartur's quoting from Communist sources. The So\ let delegate interrupted on a


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lay, August 14. 1964 vJewisii flhrBdficJiin Page 7-A 'V Commander's Banquet Saturday Highlight 69th Convention Here FCR WOMEN'S STORY Stt SEC. B kbi .' ondhaus John S. Glcason Jr. M >re than 4.000 delegates lrom 40 stall's arc attending the 63th annual national convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. meeting this week through Sunday at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood. According to Bernard Abrams. convention chairman, one of the highlights of the convention will be the National Commander's Banquet on Saturday evening. Principal speakers at the banquet honoring National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, of Miami, will be John S. Gleason [solutions Run Gamut from Civil Rights Stemming Flow of U.S. Aid to the UAR rBc OPth annual national conveati<':< "i the Jewish War Veterttt> the ISA., meeting here thw(vk at the Diplomat Hotel, is "providing an opportunity to asMss the effect of the so-called "backlash"' on civil rights and othei Be-' n';.mlicfore the convention include controversial stands on i^-ues highlighted by the curreBt pie election atmosphere. The onniMion has already adopted a ttr>'i 1: denunciation of extremis) groupol both left and right. ^A Question may be raised on E thei the organization should idit-iie any Presidential nominee <%  either party who willingly < ccepts support of such fr+up' as the Ku Klux Klan or John t rch Society. Tin emergence of rioting and viole and changing the charaeter :>i "he civil rights situation ate also under intensive discussion. • %  .IWV 1committed to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and is.expected to favor not only vigorous implementation but expansion of the Federal anti-poverty program to reduce the combustible climate of deprivation. The organization will urge Congressu iK.i approval this session of the in Migration reform bid submittc; !•> %  the Administration to end th' discriminatory national origini,.Mta svstem. The JWV has long been interestetl in Israel-American relations and is expected to voice concern at the present convention on the mowing military strength of the United Arab Republic. Resolutions aimed at stemming the flow of American aid to the Nasser regime will be submitted in view of the continued heavy shipment of Soviet arms to Egypt and the presence there, despite many protests, of exNazi military technicians and other German scientists. Meanwhile, the JWV will seek to strengthen Israel as a prowestern bulwark of democracy The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. is the oldest active war veterans organization in the country. In all. it is expected to vote on 97 resolutions by the time the 69th annual convention closes Sunday. Daniel N. Heller Daniel F. Foley Jr., administrator of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Administration, and Daniel Foley, National Commander of the American Legion. In addition to the regular convention business, delegates will participate in a number of workshops conducted by JWV professional stalf members. Among workshops throughout the week have been Welfare Fund Representation and Fund-Raising. conducted by National Executive Director Monroe R. Sheinbtrg and JWV Consultant Dr. Seymour Weisman; Dr. Morton Sobel, assistant national executive director, on Membership and Program; and Warren Adler. public relations consultant, on Publicity. Communications and Publications. The convention was launched Sunday with an Early Bird Ice Breaker Dance Party held at the Diplomat. Sir Barnett Janner, a Member of Parliament, was presented with a special award at the official opening session of the convention on Wednesday. On Thursday a Joint Service Officers meeting and V.A.V.S. Symposium were to be held under the direction of Charles Drescher. national service supervisor. JWV national service Officers and Dr. Paul Guten. national V A.VS. officer. Guests at the symposium were to be Red mond H. Roche, deputy general counsel. Veterans Administration, and Sam Rose, V.A. chief of Contact Service. Also on Thursday. Dr Abraham c; Duker. director of Libraries and Profesaor of History and Social Institutions at Ycshiva Uni versity in New York, and Albert Schlossberg, national editor of JWY's publication. "The Jewish Veteran," were to hold a discussion on "Crisis in Negro-Jewish Relationships." On Friday depart incut commanders will hold a breakfast meeting, and Rabbi Morris A. Sandhaus. director of Chaplaincy Service. Veterans Administration, will be presented with a special JWV award. On Friday evening, memorial Lombardy Slates Cantor Neisenson Samet Takes i One-Month Leave Seymour Samet. executive diir of the Greater Miami tor, American Jewish Com;ee, ,in Washington for the ith of August as a consultant ;he community Relations Serheaded by former Florida LeRoy Collins. .hil< on vacation in New York. ASanict v as contacted by the sen ]^He am! asked for his assistance Ja uvis.iltative capacity. H^meiuan Jewish Committee ol fiCi.il'• •' sa\ that Samet is cur rently 1,:, ol'iicial leave. Renowned Cantor Eli Neisenson will officiate at the High Holy Day sen-ices at the Lombardy Hotel, according to an announcement by Abe Gefter this week. Getter said that Rabbi Mcshulam Cohen will officiate at the preliminary services and be full-time mashgiach "under the strict supervision of leading rabbis." Meals will be prepared by Gelter and Sol Weiss, of the Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers. Gefter has been operating oceanfront kosher hotels and ottering holiday package programs for the past 20 years. Weiss is well-known for his kosher catering in the Greater Miami area. Their meals will be served in the Lombardy's large dining room at 6305 Collins Ave. Holiday packages include living at the hotel with meals and services or for buffets and religious services only. Rosh Hashona begins on Sept. 6. The package, through Yom Kippur on Sept. 17. includes 12 days and 11 nights.—S.T. A/Luit\cun


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Tzae 8-A +Jmia& Fkridl&r Friday. August U, i^.| By: EDWARD COHEN 'Name Calling'is a Part of the News Game projecting it uarmh. i winner. I can aluays one who >impi> pck< script and reads it: hi T> Gene Strul. an extremist i> soneone who tne> to. deprive otherof the righthe claims o be defending The newdiector of WCKT recently felt the ight-wing "backlasn" a.a:n-i he communication;media. potliehted at the Republican '."(invention. hen a local John Birch Society speaker walked out i| a Miami Jayceemeeting than be photographed by 7 cameraman. "While they spout what they all Americanism, the extremI both the right and the left •eek to deny the constitutional of other>. I think it's %  than coincidence that Scott Neir.ng al-" took a walk on us it a left-wing meeting about 18 a mths ago. after we had done • >eries of reports on C'ommun-t at tmU e i in the area. "I don't i-nvy the newscaster:who enjoy fame because of their public exposure. The opportun ity to be creative, even though not in the public eye. is a great challenge for anyone who hathe urge to be a good newsman, even behind the camera. Television has changed journalism I dont think it necessarily a fair statement, but sur vey-how that the public believes television journalism to be more accurate. A good part Ot that -tern.-. I imagine, from the belief that we have to be fair because of Federal control or supervision Well, there is a point there. We do have a areat deal more pressure based on the equal time doctrine "However, in my 17 years of radio and television newwork. GENE STINK the mew jeoraefisa I have never know n the FCC to reque-t or order us to give "equal time." Ch. 7 does a local film Documentary weekly on schools, juvenile delinquency, the N'AACP. Latin America, the extremists and -o on Mainly, we're Interested in the South Florida scene —not sensationalism but educa t tonal." To cany out his program Strul has developed a staff of newscasters and photographers who are journalist* fir-t Great Responsibility "Voice and looks are important, although no one is certain what really makea winning newca-ter But someone like Wayne Farris. who participates in developing the news, awell as 3 Silt. P tt I an v' i.ouncer. not a newsman photographerj cannot just film; their journalistic ground enables them to Storj before they -h i .t There's a great ret for television newsmen, partico I arty because of the p !k ceptance. and my fa emphasis on news rjthor th.i glamor is our necessary proach ." Ou %  :.„ I use th.1 i_ That out II payoft. strul ,,„„ is in the fact thai to many awardreceived by ^ staff. WCKT tun als -cnted with the COVeti Award, the bight si honor television and radio 41 KOSHER H. MARSEILLES Centrally Air C*nd>tcuof how both right and the eft function in terms of the L'oit>"ates Constitution. "It was simply a report, but lUBfWM that these groups view >pothsht on them as an atack. So the Communi-tcall jFa-cistand the Fascists call iCommunist.Our mail arxl • w calls after the-e programs !d indicate that the namekl | is balanced which, sup < >-e. is where it should be." i 37 year-old Strul. who went "" "Ugh the local school system m Central Grammar to the er-ity of Miami, directs a 21 nan stafl which producethe il new-port-, documentar ies and lor Ch 7 "I've been intere-ted in the news field as long as I can remember. When I m 12. I started publishing a mimeo. graphed monthly called the "Miami American." thanks to a $37.50 business loan from the late Day Apte. In high school. I was a correspondent for the News, in college I did free-lance work, and when I graduated from the university. I went to work in the News Department of WIOD. I wa> itnewdirector until I moved over to WCKT in the -ame capacity. Pope Paul Calls en Jews For Dialogue' on Religion RESERVE NOW FOR Rosh Hashonah JMD Yom Kippur Mo Bigotry "'I'nconsciou.-ly. I think. I cound the news field a particularly good one for the Jew Not only because I believe we have an educational background which drives us to expressing ourselves, but also I have found that here is an area where judgment inot based on race or creed but on ability —an area where there Isn't a problem of bigotry Continental -rs Kosher Caterers ROSH HASHONA TAKE-OUT DINNERS Traditional Dinner To Be Enjoyed In Your Own Home FULL COURSE DINNERS ONLY $2.69 PER PERSON Co" for four Menu and Price list of Tempting Holiday foodi! FREE DELIVERY ON CA 1-9096 or CA 6-1744 LARGER ORDERS 8393 Bird Rood, Miami THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Eitabliihed m 194$ FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES JE 1-3907 MIAMI BEACH ffesfaurant lV\i:il> M l.\ I l> DAILY 4 P.M to 10 P.M. Continued from Pay* 1 A in their worship of God. and also to the followers of the great Afro Asiatic religions. "Obviously, we cannot share their various forms of religion, nor can we remain indifferent to the fact that each of them, in it own way. should regard itself abeing equal of any other and could authorize its followers not to try to di.-cover the perfect and definitive form, free of all error, which Gorl has revealed as that in which He wished to be known. loved and served Indeed, loyalty requests us to declare ly our conviction that then %  nl> one true religion—thai Christianity. It is our h all who seek Clod and adore Him may come to acknowledge ittruth. "But wo do nevertheless recognize and respect the moral and Flagler Has New Chcpel A new air-conditioi • %  Granada Jewu %  ti t ty p. seats Fui n embers >l th 'Ten p v %  Ben • imin Jon i I • %  rs : '-• • York Citj 1 ight Mr and Mrs Matthew Cohen; pair of candelabras, Eze Rul enstein. -tands upon w they re-v tinAdetraan an l I >\ erman families. Drapes, rug. and podiums donat ed by the Bow linn League ol Flagler-Granada Jewi-h Center. spiritual valves of Hie various nen-Chrittian religions, and we desire to jein with them in premotirg end defending common ideals of religious liberty, human brotherhood, good culture. social welfare and civil order. For our part, we rt ready to enter into discussion on these common ideals, and will not fail to take the initiative where our offer of discussion in genuine mutuel respect would be well received." Referring to the need for a dialogue between the Catholic Church and norvChristian reli-. 'ii.s. and asserting that that ia i %  •! %  which the Church must take up v ith renewed fervor today." the Pope quoted from two books •he Old Testament—Jeremiah and Psalm—to the effect that e must beg the Lord for the al and uplifting gift of speech'" and to enable our words to reach to the ends of the earth." The Church,' he auirmed. list be evei read) to carry on lialogue with all men oi good thin and without itown %  • Free: 21" TV In Etch Room Private Seach Pool Si ( 4 Fjt Fr** Diet* PuO-Tim? Maahaiacft Rf 'D'J-I S*r c-. Oceanfront at 17th St. Call JE 8-5711 Miami Beach PLAN NOW FOR ROSH HASHONAH & YOM KIPPUR SEPT. 6 TO 17th Rate* OP-.tit G53Bn DAVID ROSNIR TEHJfcf rOCl CAIaSil fUUT Alt CONDITIONED Dietsry ll Strictly 0?;*-t CONSTANT SAISlNiCil lUrEIVIIIOS MASHvlACH ON Ml'lll On the Ocean it 67th Strut Miami Beach CALL UN 6-8831 Synagogue in Hotel I \\jk**" CaL BATIRRO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. 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: aqe 10-A ejmi§§, nc-rM&r Friday, August 14, 19^ Gorinstein Joins DuPont Office .1 '-<>ph is Gorinsteln has been •it,,! asso il< manager of • ,.. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, .. of Francis L duPont and Co it was announced thiweek duPont, senior partlonwide investment %  X b> Edmond duP< \ ner ot the nation j firm Gorinstein was (i! Keyrolds \x\ classes at Beth David Congregation inpires participants to take themes from their eligious background. Pupib are not taught echnique but methods of incorporating their ewish heritage and culture into their works of art. Zvi Rosenkranz, member ot the Beth David faculty, is class leader. Shewn at one of its sessions are 'left to right) Michelle Rachline, Mr. Rosenkranz. Rachelle RachUne. Heidi Gouz, Zackary Shavin, Ellen Smith, Susan Crosby, Jonathan Shavin. Denise Lipion, Jay Ossip." Helena Rachline, Cathy Shapiro and Shelly Beer. The class is expected to resume its sessions shortly. GOP Leader Deplores Racists in Party Continued from Paqe 1-A lent Democrats today supp • %  Ni Barr> Gold %  • fothe presidency .. t McKee, Calvin F •! 1 Ge rgii 1 < %  1 I I' id I Dg to !)>• emocrat It is n 1 nldwater himself; it people an' ( ce oi voting for Gold* ater necessarily i just that to have a tates rights id con.-titutional government or r going down the road to socialm with Goldwaier. we've got a regain states rights In another development on uiv 25. Sen. Goldwater wil wholeheartedly" enW**ad by he newly-formed Conservative Party, the United Press International reported from Chicago. But the party refused to support •he Republican platform. The IT I dispatch quoted Robert Dilley "f IeHotnes, party lairman aa saving Sen Cold ater took "'a fine position' on osl issues, but that the Conser ative Part) objected "to the wat ring down of the Republican atform." Then, also on July 25. Mayor eKeldin issued his statement. IcKeldin said he went to San ranclsco ready to support Sen. oldwater if he received the nom %  ation but changed himind dur| the convention "I am." Mayor McKeidin said in histatement, "disturbed, as are main others, by Sen Goldwater's espousal <>f extremism in : Lance speech "For three days the word extremism' had been used at tne convention to connote the type of irresponsible and at times unlawful activities associated with such organisations as the John Birch Society, the Kv Klux Klan and the Communist Party. All of u< who were delegates t.i the convention had every reaBOn to believe that the Senator would have qualified his use of the word if he had intended it to I,, used in a different manner. • Nor can I accept suggestions that the entire Issue be, relegated to a debate in semantics, with the exact meaning of the word patriotism' in question too. More than 600.000 Americans in eight major conflicts have written the meaning of this word through their deaths on far-flung battlefields, and I find it totally repugnant to think that anyone would ever dare compare their patriotism with the phony version behind which hide those extremists whose hate-based creed Includes the use of the Big Lie. lynchings and cross burnings." McKeidin said "Never can we forget that what is morally wrong can never be politically right. "Votos *f not of prim* importance to our party; nor are victories; nor existence itself, if such existence depends on hatred, bigotry and intolerance." as associate man01 tieynotds and Co Miami ; .. office before joining Francis I and Co Gorinstein, who attended City College of New York, is active in civic and philanthropic organisations. He is founderpresident of the Hatikvah Lodge of B'nai B'rith. At the recent convention of Grand Lodge No. 5. which encompasses seven southern states, dor bttteifl received a plaque honoring him a.the "outstanding Ben B'rith." Gorinstein and hi> wife, the forDirector Honored in Israel TEL AVIV — [WNS1 — Dr. Sol Stein, executive director of the Histadrut campaign in the U.S.. v as honored here by the Histadrut Cultural and Educational Depart ment at a luncheon where it was announced b> Veho.-hua Levi. His tadrut treasurer, that the Histadrut campaign this year in the IS. will Strive to raise $5.r .ill bank customers last Fri,,y Thi lest, which is open .present i I as well ;>> i penini an account be64, w.ll award a total of $4,625 in cash and bonds to winners. In all, 103 prizes will be given to those submitting the best Slogan for the bank's USC The Bank of Dade County open ed in mid 1956 and recorded total i.HI Dec 31 that year at $5.MM) Today. Kneapler pointed out, "total assets re % % %  Bring the $20 million mark As <>l June 30. 1964 they totaled si9.38i.ooo ." 5725 1964 BETH y& K0DESH 1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE Rabbi Max Shapiro, Spiritual Leader in Miami since 1932, will conduct Modern Traditional High Holiday Services. Cantor Bnjamin Ben-Ari will officiate. RESERVATIONS for Family Pews PHONE FR 1-6334 Membership includ-s tuition ot our Hebrew nnd Sundoy Schools. REGISTER STUDENTS NOW! Inquire ohout High Holidays and Membership "Do Not Separate Yourself from the Conoreoetion!' TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH TOMORROW'S JUDA "OUR SANCTUARY OF SONG' AIR CONDITIONED 7500 S.W. 120th Street (Montgomery Drive) Miami, Florida Affiliated with National Reconstruefionisf fellowships on4 Congregations II a 4. II HOLl DAY§-I7U Beginning with Slichot Service Alert Saturday, August 29th at 11:30 P.M. Special Candlelight Service Written by Rabbi Morris A. Skop Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb and Senior Choir Midnight Collation by Sisterhood ROSH HASHANAH New Year: Sunday, Sept. 6th ot 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. Tuesday, Sept Y0M KIPPUR-Day ol Atonement: KOI NIDRAY, Tuesday, Sept. 15th, 7 p.m. "FAST" DAY, Wed., Sept. 16th, 9:30 a.m. POST YOM KIPPER DANCE at 9 p.m. 7th at 8th at 9 30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. Cantor Herman K Gott"e HaDUl MOrril a"uu .- for Reservations and Membership call Temple Office CE 5-0364 or CE S-0371 Re.-}itration for Religious and Hebrew School and Nurery-Kindergarten Temple Youth Group Meets Sunday* 7 to 9 P.M. •



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Friday. August 14. 1964 Jen Iff) F/tridfiann Page ll-A Senate 'Unhappy' With Resolution on Soviets WASHINGTON — (JTA) — An ;iitcinpt to water down the Ribicoff resolution condemning Soviet anti-Semidsm by broadening it to include discrimination against Modems and Christians was made in testimony by a pro-Arab group ', before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and appeared to be well received by the acting rhairman. Sen. Bourke B. Hicken loopcjr, Iowa Republican. As hearings opened Monday on the Ribicolf measure, it was learned from well-informed Senate sources that the State Department has voiced reservations to committee members and Chairman J. W Pulbright on the wisdom of the Ribicoff Resolution. The inunittee adjourned, after hearing testimony, because Of the abIfence of a quorum. ,\o final acI tion was taken. Sen. Hickenlooper, ranking Republican who acted as chairman when Sen. Fulbright had to leave the meeting, voiced reservations about the limited scope of the resolution pertaining only to Jews. He said that Christians and Moslems were also "badly treated" in the USSR. The resolution, he felt, should be broadened to include other victimized groups as well •S the Jews. Sen Kenneth B. Keating, New, [York Republican, who was giving testimony favoring the Ribicoff resolution when Sen. Hickenloop pr made his comments, said he had no objection to including other regions. But he pointed out that [ %  'most recently, persecution in the Soviet Union has turned main-. fy against the Jews" while there raa some relaxation of pressures jn others. Sen. Keating mentioned the ban on matzoh baking and Blher evidence of -concentration" an Jaws. Garland Evans Hopkins, testifying for the "Continuing Commit lee on Moslem-Christian Cooperation, said 'the Ribicoff resolution might be %  'misunderstood in rtain parts of the world" beause it pertained only to the ight of one religious group. He "iiiiil that a Christian sect was re iently deported to Siberia and 111 at millions of Moslems suffered "hardship and persecution"' in SinI'SSR. He said he did not %  now of any group that "suffered much as the Moslems" in the ;SSR. He hinted that millions f Soviet Moslems had "disapared." Hopkins said that a resolution idopted by the Senate in 1953 conkmning persecution by the USSR if 'all minorities, religious and facial, originally started as a THE MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE Modern Trariitionol) 3737 Bird Rd., Miami HI 6-2181 HIGH HOLDAY SERVICES Una>r the leadership of CANTOR JOSEPH KRESSEL formerly with Verona Jewish Community Center, New Jersey Limited Number of Scats Still Available TICKETS ARE $10 EACH move concerned only with the ,m the following wording from the Jews. He said that the Senate MMedl resolution: then saw the wisdom of broad "The Soviet Union is persecutening it and should again do so j ng Jewish citizens by singling He urged the committee to strike ; them out for extreme punishMax Bressler (center), president of the Jewish National Fund of America, present? a new Kennedy Peace Forect Certificate to Israel Prime Minister Lev> Eshknl as Ambassador Jacob Tsur (left), world chairman of the TNF, looks en. Presentation was made in Jerusalem, following a series of consultations with the Prime Minister and Israel President Zalman Shazar concerning the launching of the new Kennedy Pecire Forest. The forest will be inaugurated on Nov. 22, first anniversary of the assassinationof President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The monument in his memory will be dedicated on July 4, 1965 in the presence of leading American and Israeli Government figures. mer.t for alleged economic offenses, by confiscating synagogues, by closing Jewish cemeteries, by arresting rabbis and lay leaders, by curtailing religious observances, by discriminating against Jews in cultural activities and access to higher education, by imposing restrictions that prevent the reuniting of Jews with their families in other lands, and by other acts that oppress Jews in the free exercise of their faith." Observers voiced belief that Hopkins' pro-Arab group especially wanted to eliminate the reference to the reuniting of Jews with their families in other lands because of opposition to further Jewish immigration to Israel The alternative language proposed by Mr. Hopkins, and apparently favored by Sen. Hickenlooper, would state: 'The Soviet Union is persecuting, in varying degrees of intensity, elements ol its Christian. Moslem and Jewish citizens by singling them out for extreme punishment for alleged economic offenses; by confiscating churche-. sviiagogues. and to mosques; by closing cemeten by arresting religious leaders, curtailing religious services, discriminating against them cultural activities and access higher education, and by otl" acts that oppress them in the ft exercise of their faith." He wot also eliminate the word 'Je' from the enacting clause of I resolution. Previous to the Hopkins te mony, Ribicolf. Connecticut Dc ocrat, had urged the Senate' speak out, througu his resoluih against Soviet anti-Semitism. I testified on behalf of 21 Jew: organizations Asking adopt of Senate Resolution 204. the re lotion he introduced in the S< ate last September, Sen. Ribic said the persecution of Jews li intensified. He recalled the fi lire to act early enough agaii Nazi anti-Semitism and felt tl specific action might now st the Soviet drive against Jews %  %  \ i i.i t Wort'? Giv3 Up Mcngele Continued from Page 1-A and Munich, where he had ODta ed doctoral degrees, had cancel his diploma"Mcngele.'' SI Per Spiegel, "should sit in t dock in Kraniurt today, alongsl the other Auschwitz defendant; National!" Famous for over SO years The fabulous Zeiqer Kosher Cuisine i ZEIGER'S Argentine President Meets With Small Democratic Party Group Ritz Plaza • HOTEL • POOL e CABANA CLUB ALL OUTSIDE DELUXE GUEST DOOMS ana PENTHOUSES • NIVMI IEACH • OLYMPIC POOL • TV and MOVIE THEATE* • OUTDOOR PATIO • PLANNED INTERTAINMENT • DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED • 100. AIR CONDITIONED AND HEATED Reildvnt Mothgloch Constant Rabbinical lapervifJea BUENOS AIRES — I JTA) — A delegation representing the Democratic Progressive Party, a small. right-wing Socialist group, met with President Arturo I Ilia here this week and gave him a memorandum concerning anti-Semitic activities in this country. The delegation then held a press conference during which Gotv eminent action against anti-Semitic groups and hatemongenng activities was demanded. The delegation, headed by the general secretary of the party's metropolitan section. Andrew Caamano, said the President turned over the information they gave him to the Minister of the Interior. At the press conference they charged that a campaign is under way in this country "artificially creating anti-Semitism." They said they demanded that the Gov-' crnment immediately take the following actions: "1. Implement the 1963 decree, banning the Tacuara and Guardia Restauradora Nacionalista, two outstanding anti-Semitic groups, as well as other dangerous organizations. "2. Punish members of the armed forces who carry on hate campaign" (This item was linked to Brig. Gen. Gilberto Hidalgo Oliva, a retired Air Force officer, who has been prominently identified in this country with antiSemitic movements.) "3. Immediate expulsion from this country of Hussein Triki, rep resentative of the Arab League in Argentina, and banning the Journal Nacion Arabe, a hate sheet edited by Triki. for its antiSemitic incitements. "•I. Warn all foreign ambassadors in Argentina against interfering in this' country's national affairs. Meanwhile, a statement issued by the Christian-Jewish Confraternity Association declared that "anti-Semitism in our country seems to follow a deliberate purpose—to create a climate of fear and to promote actions whose nature is not quite clear." Efforts are being made here, the statement continued, "to bring Middle East problems here and to confuse Judaism with Zionism or to confuse the Jewish people with the Israeli people." yyyyVVVVvVvVVvWnnArVVVVlArVAAAAAAAAn' AIII<: I.I:II i : AND SOL WEISS PRESENT FOR THE .CGT HIGH HOLIDAYS Luxurious Accommodations at THE LOMBARDY HOTEL 6305 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Florida CANTOR Ell NIESENSON will officiate at Religious Services SPECIAL PACKAGE DEAL Rm... Meals /> I C Religious Service! Under Rabbinical \/ \7 j Supervision. • Free Parking, Chaise A /\ I lounges 4 Mats. V For Rates and Reservations, Write or Phone: 9-12 A.M. and 7 -10 P.M. A. 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Page 12-A Friday, Aagus: W. IS Chev Shalom Building Committee are seated -to right) are Sam Arnold. Lewis Kamen. Rabbi Cett to right, kidore Gillman. Sam Rosenman. Phineas Weberman. Frank Kretchmer and Louis Maitz and Murray Green. Standing vleit Jonas Alperstein. Ohev Shalom Will Build New Temple Sam Arnold, president of Ohev SI ton congregation, ha* anced the purchase of a parcel of land on Bonita Dr.. just south "1st St. Plan.to construct the synagogue on this lot. which overlook* the vide expanse of Indian Creek, are now being formulated. Rabbi Phineas A Weberman. Pamphlet Exposes U.S. Extremists By Special Report NEW YORK — 'They poison th atmosphere Every week more than 6.000 hate-peddling, rightwing radio broadcasts are beamed into homes throughout the nation The foregoing is a quote from trw new pamphlet entitled The Extremists." which is being (Halted by the Jewish Labor imittee. pamphlet points out that rij twins extremists groups have ii come of S25 million a year and goes on to list such contributoras J Howard Pew. of Sun Oil ($1,055,000). and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation ($665,000). Developed by the AFL-CiO Committee on Political Education, the new pamphlet is being made available by the Jewish Labor Committee free of charge as part of its effort to acquaint community leader* and concerned citizens with the facts about extremist activity Single copies are available on request from the Jewish Labor Committee. 25 East 78th St., \. Y. spiritual leader of Ohev Shalom. said that it is his desire "to see an edifice >o constructed that it would express in steel and con cute the unchanging ideals of 1 Orthodox Judaism Ohv Shalom, which it now located at 911 Normandy Dr., Miami Boach, wat organized four years ago. Services were at first held at the Collins Ave. home of Samuel Landau, past president of the congregation, and the late Mrs. Landau. Harold Shapiro, former mayor ot Miami Beach, was the attorney for the congregation in the pur chase. Building Committee, whose chairman is Lewis Kamin. in eludes the following: Sam Arnold -am Ho.-enman. Murray Green l!en Harrison, Louis Maltz. Jonas Alperstein. Frank Kretchmer Louis Cohen and I-idore Gillman r> r r\Ntv i • r BUILDING BEGINS FEDERAL SAVINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Building a liousc ... or a secure financial future ... or both! At Miami Beach Federal you'll find the resources, experience, and cooperative attitude to help you reach your goal faster. MORTGAGE LOANS llomrv Apartment* < oBunercial Building,* land l)e\elopment ( ONVFNTIOXAL MIA VA an) "lirre within 100 miles of Miami Brxh Low I nl cic-( Rites I o Closing Costs 0>iii, Sjoanri 1'>" Heidelberg. Germanv Jewish chaplain has been assignh .., JJ' edU, South Viet Nto m.n,Mer ^^" --, ; ZSUTSJft^ an7 rt \ %  S Fligioaa supplies have been *hip ped there for the use of the-e men. according to Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman of the National Jewish Welfare Board Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy. The chaplain ILt. CoL Men Engel. a veteran of World War II and Korea. The assignment and shipment were madvbefore the newcame of the North Viet Nam attack on U.S. destroyers in the Day of Tonkin Chaplain Engei vvlil be in South East Asia in time to make tinal preparations for High Holy Day observances in Viet Nam. and the materials shipped by JWB include JII of the supplies which he H ill need for. the holiday. Chaplain Engci, WHO -aw duty in the Pacific during World War II. held pulpits in North Carolina ind Mas-achusetts following the end of hostilities He was recalled to active duty at the beginning of the Korean conflict, was later assigned to Camp Kilmer. N.J THE JEWISH HOME \ FOR THE AGED } NICOS FOR ITS \ THRIFT SHOP 411 fevr furniture, Clothing, linens. Dishes, Drapes, ffc. PUASI CAll US rOR PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 PALMER MEMORIALS 3 "Miami's Only Jewish Manvmtaf leJMeri" UADIRS in SERVICE, QUAL "f AND VALUE SCHEDULED UNVE SUNDAY, AUGUST 15 AJf. Wcbe Center? NGS 64 FANNIE FALK, 11:-,. K.ihh: H %  n. ROSE LIUIAN ROSE J : m. Rabbi L % %  I lefcesiae Mtmonai %  k ALBERT ESSES. Hi*. Robfe V..v I Stt WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROV MAIL ORDER FIRMS AN: SE SORRY! Boy Direct from the lorn/facturer in Mian:nd save many doll: .. Ft PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMEN CC. Miom. i On,'. Jewish Menvirenf t lit 3279 S.W. 8th S Nl 4-0921 Phones HI :JJ Em*nvl G..don H*rry Gordon 1877-194A 1903.1944 A i; I \arnc Is More To Be Treat %  Than Greai K GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Awe., Miami Ph. 3735533 IKE GORDOM — JAMES B GORDON LAKtSIDi MEMORIAL P k H K Pi AND I.AKDEN HUSO I'M "THE SOUTHS MOS' BEAUTIF. JEWISH CE'.AETf N.W. 25th ST. at 102 ; AVE. jffj TU 5-168? 11 o| a S! t GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sobbolh 140 SW 57th Ave MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Deoler m snciAuu > CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Denver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 Ffc 4-8783



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lay. August 14. 1964 vJewlslincrki&n Page 13-A =WF ^* liaious 4w^< ey vices J his Weekend Rabbi Morton MaiaWeky. Erneit Stem-r. Cantor DATH I3RAEI_ 7S01 Carlyle Avt. ,. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 48 thodo Rabbi Isaac Ever. ,y 6:4i Mil. BetOTMaJ' 8-.:;0 a.m. IKII N-r' Bn Dv*a?i eon tf Rabbi will cotWUDt servlcea and ii*ihf sermon i'n "JodCilW People .ltint .1 %  irmaiit." WAT SHALOM CONGRECA. ION W5 SW 7tH Ave. Orthodox. I| inter Israel Kerehnar. • IE E'-'ES. 2533 SW 19th A>e. servati.ve. Rabbi Abraham S'.h|l-tt. —— • "M OAV'O. 2*23 SW 3rd Ave. Con vative.-Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. .>tor V iiaiil W. LiDSOn. |a> < %  Mia, Watu-ilav a.m. a TH EL. 800 SW TTth Ave. OrthoRabbi Solomon Schiff. o.iu. Sacurday s:;t" a.m. n>m: "T" Juilafami to b>! .luilu[ >:iu:> i !.i-s *j p.m. follow rd by tli. i. CANDLE LIGHTING TIME 6 Elul — 6:38 pan. KimHm?*." Bar Mlm-uh: Harold, son of Mi ami Ml*. Men** SUlchuk. KNESETH ISRAEL. UTS EuclM Av. Orthodox. Rabbi David LahrfiaM. Cantor Abraham 8*if. • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1944 Washington An. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Str.issfetd. ISRAEL. 711 40th St. R.itB. Berel Wein. Ortho ,MINVONAIRES CO N C R EfiTlON. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. G p.m. Saturday ft a.m. Srr-'OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or. A hene Around Your lli.nn Orthodox. Rabbi Rhmeas Webar. • man. JACOB. 301 -3'1 Washington • Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6*38 SW 8th kntor Maurice .Mamches. —— • TH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. bdern Traditional. Rabbi Max ipiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. lln> K:4a a.in S.-rmoii: "Whn i mi J,. .iJ. IN'.'' ,-6:311 p.in. "The loii ..f V. iv." •'.:' %  p.m. Justice ii .— Mu I. ration — • %  — |TH MOSHE CONGREGATION 830 W. Die Hwy. Conservative. Intor Hyinjn Fem |. in: Saturday 15 .. m MIUA.IV. Mh-lni.-l, HOII ..f \li and III. Klirl Itnhhl Herman %  hi ii id offlflnti ..i all sei M. • — • TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *ve rthodox.. Ralph Kneger, secre* ry. — • TH TFILAH. 93EllOlId Ave Or. odox. Rabbi Joseph E. RacKovsky — %  • TH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th ve. ConservJtiye. Rabbi Max Lipkhitz. CanteeBen.Zion Kirschena II in. i> ".'-'' %  m Salnrda> s IS u m '• :io ;• n>. %  — • VI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. jnservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. %  ntor Jack Lerner. i' B r. i. -ii s.-i mon "Requlniti l:.-il. mi.: i .ii." Suturfla> K::IH u.ii Mitzvnh: Larry, son of Mr and Irving I'-.k.l-i, kGLER %  GHA.NADA 50 NW B1t Conservative. Rabbi David Roseld. Cantor George Goldberg. bl> 8:30 ).ill. Satlirdax B:30 a.m. ::•• i. in • PT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 B. Anortws Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard v. Leviion HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthcuox. RajOi Alexander S. Oross. LYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 nson st. Conservative. Rabbi vid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah llbraun. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. Cantar Pmcus Aloof • ELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen p.m. Siiur.la> vir. a.m. ..a "Jewish Mllltar) TaotlcH in Liithl uf I:, .-• %  in An ha-olottU'al St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwalrl Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah. mlas. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Or., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. I'mlay S:::o p.m. li.il.tii Baumitard returning to pulpit. Following lit!Vlcea ther.' will bea qVMtton and answer period on "Frolilems Kelatine to Judaism." Saturday flSlS a,m. Bar Mitxvuh: Jay. xon of Mr. and Mrs. ltayniond Franloel. • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Friday :15 p.m. a TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday g:tS p.m. Sermon: "Balanoifltt LifeV Ladfter." Batnrdny li:!IO a.m. Bar Mtizvali: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving R. Pruck.-r. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. Friday 8:M p.m. Pulpit vueat, Ralihi Prank Hacher. Sermon: "The Three i lilt-.." Saturday 10:4.". a.m. TEMPLE B"NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washino. ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Aerhrr. Krida.\ 6 p.m. Saturday ft a.m. Sermon: "Kitreimsm. Moderation and Amerioanlsm." —— • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. • Liberal-Reform. -Rabbi Morrie Kipper. • Mrt Friday 1 >:1". p.m. Services will be eontluete.il b] Mey.-r f'.askin. ^ TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. 1 ip/e Sinai Services Uteta for the approaching High lay services at Temple Sinai |prth Dade are now available lie office. Temple officials Wednesday that "those inled in reserving seats do so oon as possible to avoid the minute rush due to the early Is ol the holidays JEWISH ORGANIST AVAILABLE HI 3-1720 WANTED | BAl SCACHARITH FOR HOLY DAYS I VGIER-CRANADA JEWISH CENTER | See Berry Clein HI 3-0432 | Wanted tABBI-HEBREW TEACHER IHAZEN COMBINATION Permanent Position, or CHAZEN FOR HIGH N01Y DAYS Call 67532 or 43716 Isidor Wrintroua President |04 Duval St.. Key West Let Us Hope Big Power; Really Want World Peace Beth Torah Lists Choir Director Mrs. Donnerstag TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. %  755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Nieo Feldman. • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Goi Friday *:tS p.m. Sermon: "Some Refl.Ttl,',ns ItegardinB Reform Jewish Atiitiuf.K T.-war.l flsV u r o e." Haturday 11 a.m. liar MiUvoh: Mnri', son of Mr. anil Mrs. Arnold l'ortnoy. TEMPLE TIFZRETM JACOB. 61 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservoti**. • I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora *vo Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooke. Cantor Ben Dieheon. • TEMPLE ZION. 57M SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wanman. Cantor Leo Urlich. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. Beth Torah Congregation of PVIdaj v::n n.n, Sermon: "Conflict*North Miami Beach announces {"*, l£?$$£ t ^.."S that Miriam Donnerstag has been Sermon: "The I'union -i the Weak." engaged as choir director for both VO(JNG ISMA 7^ 9 9O~NE mat It. the High Holy Days and Services Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. tor the entire year. I "' i 1 ^ • % % % %  %  % % %  • •^••'"•' l ; ;. "' %  v ; %  J I Sermon: "Poll i the w • • u M i Mrs. Donnerstag has directed ''" '''" the High Holy Day Choir for the aB ^ l ^ l ^ l ^ iaaaaaa> ^ (a ^^ l ^^ (ajajaa RABBI JOSEPH RACK0VSKY promise el peace Proceeds Drew Pearson in the Washington Post recently? We read in the Portion of this Week: "Let your heart not be buildina of fait, nor shall ye tremble, nor aanctuary. shall ye be terrified or have fear, for it is He who shall go Co-cha.r.ng the event are Mrs. with you to protect you from Samuel Puttermaa your enemies. So let us hope that the New Year 3725 shall bring blessings, peace and joy to Israel and all deserving nations. Flagler-Granada Now Registering By RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY Beth Tf ilarhCongregation As we approach the threshold of the Year 572."). >sixteen years alter the e^ablishflteiit of lie State nl l-ra*-el. we still hoar jlje sounds ol the tyituiic^ where ammunition. It^ayiuuyjh: and oth(;r implements established by the UN, that they are building a war machine against Israel, which is the only democracy, in the true sense of the word, in the Middle East Day in and day out. we read of the Arabs whti attack innocent tarmers toiling on the earth of the desert to make it productive. Day in and day out. we hear the open threats of Nasser and his war-mongers that their aim is to destroy Israel, also a member ol the IN. Day in and day out. we hear of deaths caused by intruders Of the Arab neighboring countries established by the UN. What does the UN do about it? They investigate. The committee brings in a report: what doe> the report say'' Most of the time it states that the Arabs had no right to attack the Israelis. But the Israelis also fired. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center though in self-defense. How Hebrew School and Pre-School are dare they answer the Arab atscheduled to begin the 1964-65 tacks with fire? They really term on Monday, Aug. 31. Sunday should have given the Arabs a School will start on Sept. 13. chance to complete the job and! Registration for all three groups reach their goal. Then, and then j wU j be ,. lk ,. n throughout August, only. Israel could file complaints (| l lv Monday through Friday, 9 -but not stop the Arabs at the 0 p m Sundays, Aug. 23 and beginning of their work. no 10 until noon Many a time our hearts feel Rabbi David Kosenfeld and his faint when we see such inhuman 8 tj| of teachers will provide a reactions Many a time, we are traditional Jewish background in terrified when we see the calm (he Hebrew language, prayers. ot the democratic nations. Many Bible, ceremonies and customs. a time.* we even tremble when curriculum is under the direction we think of the tense ot justice „f the Bureau of Jewish Educaof the great nations. We even tion. fear to think of where such conCantor George Goldberg will be ditions may lead us to m t ha ,-a, c of the Bar Mitzvah Can you imagine the U.S. helpclass. Mrs. Arthur Golden will ing Nasser to build war machinagain be head teacher ol the preery against Israel, as stated by school and kinder garten program. [Bronze Yahrzeit tablets & Nameplatesl SYNAGOGUE OUTDOOR BULIETIN BOARDS Hotel Lobby Announcement Boards, Etc. ENGRAVED PLASTIC & METAL SIGNS All Manufactured on Premises BASS BULLETIN BOARD & DIRECTORY CO. J107 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. 371-5998 past lour years and will present a varied liturgical repet.HiCantor L)en Zion Kirschenbaum, now beginning his sixth year at Belli Torah, will sing with the choir. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz will conduct ill! Services and preach sermons "The'choir will participate lor th< first time at the Selichot pcnetewfial service at midnight on Saturdsiy. Aug. 29. Beth Torah is located at 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.. No Miami Beach. Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synaqoques. Schools d Private Uss 1685 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Bi-.icii — JE 8-3840 Or Olom Ladies' Summer Gala Two dance bands and entertainment will be featured at the annual summertime gala sponsored by Temple Or Olom Sisterhood scheduled for Saturday night in the Shell Room of the Doral Beach Hotel. will go toward the the Temple's new American-Israeli Religious Store Now T.-!


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r oy. August 14. 1964 t'Jmisfi fkridliann Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE •JOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE EvENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8600 LlARA BIER, Plaintiff, kxiCTH BIER, ] i, -f. -1111:1111. SUIT FOR DIVORCE KENNETH BIER IS •! 'Hi Si net guerns Village I., n >i Island, New York [.u KENXETH BIER. are hen by ,ii mat .i i:ili ul Complaint fur ,ban IM-.II filed aaalnsl you, ...i :n .required to serve :i Cop) i.ur Answer "i Pleading t" the ,,i -...i. %  .l ji r t on Hi.plaintiff's .-,...v p|i -M \ IM i > %  < 'li'i'i >N 7M.i -.. or. i Avenue, Miami. Florida, ., .,,, .PII.:.II.,I Answer or I'l.-ailJin the .• i'i I %  %  of the Clerk of the %  ii Court • >ii "i before the ttii day -eptember, I9C4. If you fail 1" "I" Huiiunuiii by default win be taken Tn-i M.i for the relief demanded Bill of Complaint. inotice Khali be published once „.-ek for foui nseeutlve iveekii Bin: .n:\visii FLORIDIAX. JlKK \XH ORDERED at Miami. %  da, this :ir,( da) of August, A.D. IK II LBATHERMAN, Clerk, m Court, llade County, Florida it) K. II. i..www. i.. iiMty Clei k ]l \i:n M< iRTON \ i: 2nd \\. nue Inn. Fla.—PL ;-;'.iil lie) for l'l.iiiitill 8 T-: I 21 :• THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ||N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 640443-A ll:,' Estate • %  JRCHECi A 81 BIN I | i .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml Creditor* and All Person* Ha> laima or l %  inanda Agalnsl Said : .. hei • b) ii"' Ifled and n ... -.-. ni an) claims and dels in, h von ma) have against PHtitte of REBECCA STEIN d*-,l late "f I 'a'!-County, Florida, i. County Judge* of Bade Counmi.i file the name In duplicate and ovl i lii •-'• etlon !3S 16, Florida lutes, in ili. Ir office* In the I "oun r i,orthouae In Bade County. Florwithin sis calendar month* from It I me of the flrat publication herethe n mi,will be barred. ii..I ii Miami, Florida, thla • Vuguat, A.I>. li'i'.l (si'ini:-: STEIN AHTRACHAR Aa Executrix publication "f thla notice tke Till da* ••' August, IW64. Mil." 'N V l-'I'IKI -M \N JBot'i. v !' %  "• K\. '-ul lill A n ley r.uiliiliiK s 7-14-21-S8 4th ..ii I NOTICE QY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8669 ANN IK MA I'WmiTKN. I'la ntlfl". \ s. UA1"'M. Wi IT EN. T>• %  ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l.ACHAI. WOOTEN i L'7 South -1st st. I'liiladeli'hia, Pa. hi, l.AI'lt M. WOOTBN, are heretlfled that a Bill of Complaint Divorce has been filed against and you are required to serve r>\ of your Answer or Pleading to Bill of ("omplnlnt "n the Plalnf attorneys ESSEN A.ESSEX', s 1308 vinsley Building. Miami, la, and file the original Answer leading in the office "f the Clerk Hh ciivnit i'..ui't "ii or before the th cl.v of S. |.l, 'ilb.-l'. 1"'''4 If yo" fH to d<. ". iu.lL.-m. ni by ,I.-fault will In' ttufcen i^aiiivi M'ii fr th* relief 0eBMn. %  in th. I %  •ill "f Complaint. ?rtii notice shall •>. %  puhHahed once each k for four consecutive weeks ni Ti' H:\VISII I--I >I:II>I \N M-: AX1 I'RBERBB Bl Miami, la, thla till day of August, A.D. i: R I.K\ i i.i'K.M \\\ Cl; rk, nit Court, Bade Conntv, Florida I lt> B. M I.ANU.W. i • put) Clerk KN A ESSEX, KStjS. %  Miami, Fla. I'l.iintiff v 7-1 1-21-2* LEGAL NOTICE 'f s\ $>mm "TideI wave — schmeidal wave ... so we'll learn to live under water!" Coo'. "64. Day*",. 'loduc'ioM LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6960 II VMBI'RO SAVIX'iiS HANK. Plaintiff, FIX LEY JONBB. Ti latee In Bankrupt) at ul. I >.-f, nilaiit. NOTICE OF SUIT TI I Junior l ', % %  : 'i M i Nina Id and (Henna Una McDonald, lib 574(1 Laa line \ i • nue Mil. ill". \lli!l III.I You are liei • • %  %  • fled abov< captlom .1 action nai atttuted against you Couit 'if tinJudicial t hat i>... n n... iniii iii.circuit Circuit of Florida In and f"tDADE Counts to foreclose .. mortgage upon the following described real |.ropert> : T...t .'. Block 2^ of revised Plat "f a I'or t inn "f CAR' >L CITY, i" d< in I'la l Book K t Page 6S, being ., i, plat ..f a i" rtlon of CAIUL CITY arecorded In Plat Book %  >' at Page -" "' the Public Records of Bade County, Florida. You are reaimied t.. file your answer t" I'l.iiiiiiii > complaint with the Clerk "f the atnresald Court, and fcerve a cop) thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN PINK, l uli Klonr, Bade l-'i-.i'-ial Building, Miami IS, Florida ii"t later than Augual 26, 19*4, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against y..n. DATED: Julv 20, 1MI. B. It. LBJATHERMAN <"1, rk of tin Circuit Court (seal) By: C. P. OOl'ELAND i teputy Clerk MARTIN KINK Attorney for I'lainiiff Htli Floor Bade Federal BMg. Miami 32, Florida 7 24-S1, S/7-14 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ILEVEMH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF ^FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/. IN CHANCERY No. 6-4C 8531 I \MIN Unlll.. [I'lainiiff, \s. tritiiDE s win 11.. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE |i BERTRl'DR S Wi Ml I. ill Y.il. Vvenue Lancaster, Pennaj Ivnnla ni (1BBTRIIDB S. W'UHl., are by notified that a nil! of Comit for Blvorce has i--n filed nt >-..u and you are rctiulred t<> e a copy "f your Answer or Pleadthe Itill ,.f Complaint on the ghtlff's attorney, r.-MI. K\viri:si..iiiti:. 42ii Lincoln itoad. Beach, Florida, Rltl and file rlglnal Answer or I'h-adinK in flgSi.ifu.. ,,f >h,Clark of the circuit S Wfl on or before the "th da) of I t-ml'H-. 1M4. If von fail to ..:> may have against [h state ol J \M:T H. KEIENTZ ,\. .1 late of Bade Connty, Woi i.i.i [o the County Judges of Dado County, ..ml file ih< Sam-In duplicate and a* provlrt. d In Bectlon r33 l, Florida Statutes, In their offlct-s In ii,.. Count) Courthi v in Dade County, Florida, within \ alendar month* ir..in ili,time of Ihi first publics I Ion hereof, ,.i il"sunn ill be bai r d. I-.,-.,I it Miami. I'!i.ii.la. this 24th day "i July, A.D. MYRON ZE1ENTZ As Exi utor First publication ..i thla nol %  ihi illsl aa) ..f Jul). '-'" %  i. MICHAEL < > %  -1 MCK Attoi in v f..i Exi :..s Alnsley Buildll 8 Miami. Florida UM 7 :il. 8/ .-I l-.'i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6618 CNITBD ST \ I IS SAVIXliS BANK IF NEW VRK, N J., ., New I. rsi v rpoi ation, Plaintiff, \ a. I-'INI.KV .Ii -N %  :>'. Ti ii-'•• m Bankruptcy, • l al, I i,-i. u.lant. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti > %  MnrXH •. t \im l-opi /. Rodi :' and l.ui;:,-.i ilex, hi I husband, Id -i.i. ii,-. I'XKX" ANN. and Ii i• in.i: ii—I. tin Ir unknow n II ii\ lug and II dt ad, the unknown helis, devisees, assignees, icrantees, legan -, llenora, rredltors, or ..ili. ,claimani -. cluimlnit by, through, under "r agatnat the, above mimed defendants who ma) be deceased. Y..I1 are hereby notified that the abovi captloned action habaen uiatttuted against you In the Circuit Court of the J'idlolal Circuit of Florida In and for BADE County t" fore, i B mortgage upon the following %  la.-. i.i.. .1 real proper!) : I.,, i 23 Block %  Cl TLER RIDOE, SECTPiX THREE, according t" the ri.,i ihen %  : i • cord< d In I'lat H.H.k ..; :n j'age S3 ol HoPublic Records ,,f lia. i, Count), Florida, together with Aluminum Venetian Blinds and folding door. Y"U are reQUlred to file y.mr answer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clark "t the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs me) MARTIN KINK. 14ih Floor, I lade Federal KiilldinK. Miami U, Florida n-'t later than August 16, l'.hM, or a li.-.i-'-e Pro Confesso will be entered against you, DATKD: July 20. 1964. K. B, LEATHHRMAN ci. i k .,i the ClrcuM i 'ourt (seal) By: C. P. COPELAXD Deputy Clerk MARTIN KINK Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor I lade !•". ,1,-ial Kids. Miami 32, Florida 7/24-31. S/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engagi I'lisin.--under ilifictitious name of I BHOTOTlRAPIiERH ,v, HODBL8] BALL Intends to register said name with ihtClerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Klorlda. HARRY KANE rlARY P. EIBELSTE1N, Attorney 7 JI, v 7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 8261 FRAXK M. PERPER, Plaintiff, vs. IIKNItlKTTK PERPER, l iefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IIKNItlKTTK PERPER Apartmenl I16E, Tower Apt*. 1201 i 'nth. dial Avenue Washington, D.C. You, HEXRIETTE PERPER, are hereby notified thai a Complaint for Divorce ha> been filed against you, ami you are required t" serve a cop) ,.f your Answer "r Pleading to the Complaint mi lite Plaintiff's attorney,. Irving Cypen Law Offices, 823 Arthur Qodfre) Road, Miami Beach, Florida and fib the original Answer m Pleading in the office "f noClerk of the Circuit Court on "tbefore il"Jlst da) ..i August, 'nil. If you fall to do <... j idgmenl b) default will be taken against you f"itinrelief d,-manded In tin Complaint. This notice -hall It,pnbllahed "nop each week foi fuui consecutive • K in THE JEWISH FLOHIDIAN In.Nl-: AXB ORDERED at Miami, i loi Ida, this 24th day "f Jul). A.D. 1964. K It LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida laeal) B> c. p ci,ri:i. wi. l'. |iut) 'lerk n:\i\c, i -yi'KN LAW OFFll'ES -:'". Vrthur %  iodfi'e) Road Miami r..." Ii. Florida Am % for PI ilntiff 7.31. s.: ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 9-Jewist fkridrn&n solicits your legal notice*. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit :i-l05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63889-B l\ RE Estate "t I.i ills 'a iltKN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ir..in..is and Ml Persons Ha Ine claims or Demands Against ea Bstat. ,„ Y"ii are hereby notified and r> quired to prt ent an) claims and di mands which >."i ma) have again Hi, estate of i.mis BOREX d< e> late of Wayne County, to the Count Judges -.1 l %  l( kiunt). and file tl same In duplicate and as provided Section 732 l, Florida Htatutes, their offices in the County Courthou in Bade County, Florida, within a calendar months fr ihe limi of tl first pulillration hereof, or il i "ill !>• bai %  .1 Dated al Miami Florida, this 2i .I.I of July, ^ i' i'" ;l MILTON I! MAXNHEIMER As Vnclilai) Administrator Cl \. KOVNE1I \ M VNNHBIMER \i mi II, i for liatate ••! Ixiuls Oon n :i I iiiponi I'lli/.a i "enter 7 SI. S 7I. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAHE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8273 WILLIAM S SI'AN'I. Plaintiff, vs. Hi ILD1E M KP \NC. I ',-t'i-ndani. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I SOLDIE 11 SPANK L'::i7 Monroe \\enue Sorw I, Cincinnati I2#'ihi., You are hereby ji"iifietl that a Bill j of Complaint for Divorce has been riled against )ou, and you are required i" serve a copy of your Answer "iPleading !•• I'.lll of Complaint "ii the plaintiff's Attorney, RAY A. Mi'NSi'N. :;in Ingraham Rulldlmr, Miami, Florida Mill and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office "f the Clerk "f the Circuit Court "n ..r before tin:'.l~t da) "I .\au-ii-t. 1964. If you fail I" RFORD| l>.-|.i.tv Clerk HAY A. Ml'NS'i.N M0 Ingraham Building Miami. Florida SI1S1 Attorney for Plaintiff 7 SI, \ 7-14-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63424 C IN HE Estate ol OSCAR S. ADDER 11.-, east a. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Ha inw claims or Demands Against Estate: Yi.-.i are hereby notified and quired i" pre*'-lit an> claims and niands which you may have ., %  the estate "i ttscar s. Adl, r deceasj kite of Bade County, Hot-Ida. t" ti count.Judges of Dade County, ai file the same In their offices In t Count) Courthouse In Bade count Florida, within s.\ calendar moot I from ii" date "' the rirat publli i ii, i. of, or the 'ine will be barred CAR! IL 8. CAIDIN Executrix OAIDIN .\ ROTHENBERa \i-.m is Kl BIseH) ii. Bldg, Miami, Flm Ida 7 Si, ^ 7 IIIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH£ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRSUlT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 8379 SAM SATIX8KY, Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT llS j nb l fc u ^uN I Y, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63735-C IN RE: Batata of IKY INC. HENRY STERN 1 1,-,-eaHed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditora and All Persons Having claims or Demands .Vgalnst Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate ..f IRVINC HENRY STERN dsiinaned late of Dads County, Florida, t" the County Judges of Dade County, and flip th,sain,in duplicate and as provided In Section 7:13.16. Florida Statutes, ii their offices In the County Courthouse in Badi County, Florida, within six calendar months (ram th.time "f the Ural publleatlon heri "i the same ill l" bai i e.l. Bated al Miami, i I >i Ida, thla 22nd • lay of July, A.D. 1964. BETTY s sn:itN As K\<-lit i i \ First publication ..( this nol the Slat da) of Jul) HAROLD I Cl IHEN Attorney for Exccut • ^7Cl Coal Way, -Miami 45, i-la. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 7964 Il IROE V \/A." i:/.. riailillll, \ >. PAII.A IDDELIZA VAZQUEZ, I ..i, n.laut NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T> I'AII.A ILDBLB! V \ AZtJl'EZ Call. 54 S 1524 .illy ISA y 47 Marlanao Havana %  i VOC ARE 'II KEBY n< tlfled that a Complaint t"ii Blvorce has been filed against yo i and )."i are i" ib) i, a 11 %  i, ,1 to servi -i %  op) .-: .. our ana.r t.. the Complalnl ..n the Plalnitiifs attorney, LESTER RtklERS, whose address 921 N.W. 14th Street, | Miami, i...: i.i.i. and file the original of the Answ-iin the ,:| f the i clerk "i iii. Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and l"i Hade County. Florida, on or before thi 2flth day of August, i94, in ,1. lanlt ,.f uh-h the Complaint "ill be taken as confessed b) you. BATED tlds I7th dav of July, K'flt K. B, I.KATHKHMAN clerk of tini'Ircutt Court is.all By: MAI'.c.lKltlTI-: MURFORD i', puty cierk 7 24-SI, 8 7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 8732 MAVIS K C..INS Plaintiff, l-'l.. \ S. %  CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUUICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 8028 IRENE Mll.l.i'iAN Plaintiff, i -. JAMES MICHAEL Ml LLIOAX i iefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOl', JAMES MICHAEL Ml I.I.IKAN 1037 Teller Avi nue Bronx, N,-w Y',rk are notified to serve %  cony of your answer t" Divorce Complaint filed against you on plaintiffs attorney, ORoltfiE NICHOLAS, 644 N.W. K'lh •\v, Miami, la. ami file original with cierk ..f this Court "ti or before 24, ;'..;i othei -• %  omplalnt will I -. .1 by you. DATED Jul) 20, 1964. B, Ii. LBATHERMAX, d. rk (sealj U) : M VROl ER1TE MoRFORD IYB RC8SELL 0( 'INS I ',t, ti.In ol NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Ti I'M IYI Kl'SSKI.I. IK 'INS II. uldenee i 'nknow n You, FLOYD KI'sSl'l I. CO'XS are her.-l.) notified thai n Bill of Complalnl for Divorce has been Pled agalnsl you, and you are required t" -,-\. .i eop) .a' your inswer ov pleading i" the Bill "f Complaint on Ihe fl .ui. -i ii. > i It. Ma) HI s, III" Congress Building, Miami, Fla., and t.. file the original answer or pleading in the office "f the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the s, ii da) ol September, 1964. If you tail to l" s... judgment b) default will i>, taki n against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of i'omplalnt, Thn,,tit-'shall i" published once each week for foui consecutive i in THE JEWISH Kl.' IRIDIAN, DOXB AND ORDERED al Miami. Fla., this :,th day of August, A.D. 19*4. i: B I.I: VT I I Kit MAN. cierk, Circuit Court. Hade County, hlorida (aenl) It) : B. II. I.A.WY A Y. 1 i.-putv Clerk I. K. Mayers Attorney at Law i no Congress Building Miami. Fla. Pb: 371-1328 B 7-14-21-21 3YLV1 V SATISSKY. Defendant. ORDER OK PUBLICATION r.i SYLVI v SAT1N8KY '-,1 Cuter Str.-t. Apt. No. -4 South Haven, Michigan You are hereby notified that I complalnl for Divorce has been flh auainst you and you are required l aervi a cop) of your Answer ,.r Pleat ina t" -aid • anplalnl on Plaintiff nttoineys, I: \-i MAN £ Dl'IIKi. 91 Yinshy Bldg Miami, Florida SSli • .m.i file the rilnal answer or Pu ." na In Ihe office "f Ihe Clrcull Cl. I on or before the 4th day of Bept 1964. h v.. i fail '.. d" s" Judgmei I nlll be taken against yi • |. inanded in said con IniXE and URDERED al M i j lot .I.I this :'*th dav "f July, B. i: LBATHERMAX, •-; I.I i 'ourt 'h rk I >ade County, Florida Rj c p, COPELAND, l. put y 'lerk RAYMAN & IH*HIO Att) -. \ %  Rhbj Mia ui Floi Ida. 7-31. -7N' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICK is HEREBY OIVEN eks i the undersigned, desiring to enj business under the fictitious name • FRATERNITY JEWELRY at Ui South Dixie Highway, Coral Bable Florida intend I" register said nan with ih. Clerk "f the Circuit Court l Midi i 'ount). Florida. LEO SCHERKER Dt IROTHY SCHERKER As Co-Partnere STERX. HCTNER& BAXTER B) ; W illi.im A. Stern 11 Attorn, j H for Owners T/fc-Sl, 8 %  SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 % 



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1 the U/< oman s UJorlJ ~Je wisJh Floiridliaxi Miami, Florida, Friday, August 14, 1964 Section B Miss Universe Girls Visit Temple Temple Emanu-El played host to four of the Miss Universe contestants. Miss Israel. Ronit Rinat; i Miss Tunisia. Claudine Younes; Miss Puerto Rico. Yolanda Rodj riques; and Miss New York, Dor-, thea Langhaus, at an inspiration;. I brunch held at the Temple on Sunday morning, Aug. 2. The visit, a dramatic change of pace for the visitors, was sponsored by Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood under the chairmanship of Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, president. A highlight of the morning was a discussion of Jewish customs and traditions in their native lands b\ Miss Israel and Miss Tunisia, with Herbert S. Shapiro serving as interpreter. Following the brunch, the group toured Temple Emanu-El's Library, the Jewish Museum, a branch of the Jewish Theological Seminary's Museum, and concluded their visit in the Temple's Sanctuary. As a momenta of their visit, the guests of l.i.mir were presented with a book of blessings and hymns. Among Temple members who joined in the brunch were Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Alterman. Mrs. Lena Bender. Mrs. Louis Capland. Mrs. Sander Graubard. Marsha Capland. Ronald Isaacson. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs. Jacob Katzman, Mrs. Use Lederberger, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lytton. Jack S Popick. Mrs. Harry Protzel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rechtman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, Mrs. Murray Sshwartznian. Mr and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mr, and Mrs Michael Sossin. Mr. and Mrs. Tarasow and Mr. and Mrs Israel Teitch. Dr. Irving Lerhman is spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. 52 Association In Card Party Refreshments and prizes will be included in the card party spon sored by the 52 Association of Greater Miami on Thursday evening, Aug. 27, at Southgate Tower Apts. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Frances Levine. The Association directs its energies to the Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables to brina entertainment to the patient.-, and financial aid to their families Hft to right are Mrs. Jules Weston, president of Coral Chap, American Medical Center at Denver, Mrs. Irving Rubinir. Mrs. Harry B. Schwartz and Mrs. Murray Harrison diss:ng the 60th anniversary conference of the National Counts! Auxiliaries Aug. 16 in Denver, Colo., which they will .... as Coral Chapter delegates. Cora! Chapter Sending Delegates to Convention CO: ;. Chapter of the American M left Wednesday by jet airline for Denver, and each will go separate ways on vacations for the balance of the month. Mrs Schwartz will go to Los Angeles to visit a niece and two grand-nieces and bring her son. Donald, back to school, and preparation for his Bar Mitzvah in February. Mrs. Harrison is going to the World's Fair In New York, and Mrs. Rubinstein will visit relatives in Texas. Mrs. Joe Schaffer. a national delegate, past president of Coral Chapter, will be driving to the convention with her husband and visit her grandson. Roger Schaffer. who is attending school in Las Vegas. Nev. WANT AilE tNVMTED TO 01 MIMHWS nu -fi-TO-.M IIOOL FASUIO\ SHOWS: get your "agent 007" badge at any Burdine's back-to-school show AMERICAN GIRL FASHION SHOW SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2 P.M. Burdine's Dadeland, upper level see the swingingest "in" looks this side of school, modeled by our Junior High School Board. Listen to the "Yea-Yea' music of the Chessmen! %  > f^Pfc* SEVENTEEN "I IN FASHION" SHOW MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 7:15 P.M. Downtown Miami Burdine's, 4th floor Auditorium Meet Gay Messina, guest editor of Seventeen! Repeat show: 163rd St. Burdine's, August 21,7 p.m. YFS Middle Level. 1 J by ISABEL GROVE Mi.-s Nancy Berman was honied at a bridal shower Tuesday ?rnoon in the Deauville Hotel's tiarlcinagne Room Hostesses the 50 guests were Mrs. A. Ictor Huber. Mrs. Ralph Shere IJd Mr-. Louis Grossman Be bride-to-be and her fiance, ark Sokilik, are both grads of liami U. Her degree is in location, his in business admin ^t ration Hoiiseguesting at the No. |iami Beach home of Rabbi loseand Dora Weiss, her sisr Janet with husband Moses epfer and their three, GerJde. Herbie and Joseph • a first look at the Gold Coast the Brooklyn family {abbie Weiss, who came here )m the Bronx seven years ago, practising his do-re-mi's for the chanting he will offer during the High Holy Days at Young Israel. t The Harold R. Hirschfield family giving up their home on Miami Beach for new abode at 20201 So. Woodland Rd., Shaker Heights, o. Joining the trek to the cool North Carolina mountains are the Howard Katzens, So. Miami, who will be spending the next ten days at Whittier. • A delayed happy ending to Pauline Grunduerg's planned vacation to New York Left Miami Beach for the Promen Continued on Pag* 3-B CINDERELLA "WAND'-erful FASHION SHOW on TV WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 8 A.M. Channel 10, Molly Turner Show See delightfully animated drawings of the season's newest fashions, for round-the-clock wearing! MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FASHION TEA THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 3:30 P.M. Downtown Miami Burdine's, Hibiscus Dinrng Room Ingenue magazines GIRL GAME sponsored by Cocoa Plum Women's Club to benefit Willie Holdren Memorial Scholarship Fund. Donation, $?. Call MO 7-7916 for tickets. YEA-YEA-YEA FASHION JAMBOREE SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2 >.M. Burdinf's Dadeland, Deb's Den have a chance to win a Beatle record and pictures! Modeling of the most-wanted styles for campus, plus the way-out music of the Chessmen! You'll lunnlMnt fhiorta BURD I N B-MBM



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*~Sjrr-. 1.^-js-i '-. .1.-7>TTJC Wot -V rrr^a *.cr:-r._3---r.-.ri-.iz..:.-: .r-. Y_-i Nv-: 3/Lr.c=: Lcjaei asSoac: =naoa adMa Be IM ocSag -.. auaaapaq dmc .:-.-.-. v-_._^-~-,Serv :~ Yewrasai A '-.JWY Ladies' Auxiliary Slates Woman Legislator at Fete Honoring President Vf.M tfa*7 Aav. KKKKIX I • •.-.-; .---•*i' ••F. %  1/ ..- .* pTV ."" %  t.;.-. &f y —nil4' X.*' M-TJJS 7\* -JZ~ ;t:'. %  :* % %  • av/ :r.' "'-?•<> %  rat aV<*i £^u '-^—— *rz,,t, La• -%  •'••.\ %  Nwa here • mmM\tntim\j • txml er>r.*nrtJon %  •>< Ac JWV m I n n QUICK! ...PRONTO! ...SHNELL! Carf P. : %  u lhr (MM for laymr that fc< no" p://- cruvt ir.ix u ve.-/ fatt and easy to fix. CHEF IOY-AH-DEE* Ct— Urn Ct>"pUte in tt.ii v pxLaft -r -* ea-.ier and qd %  prrr.re ;han ever" Just add to the v favter-u>fix tni' for a tender, crunch/ enj • ei'injliaaj. Buh. true Italian pt//a uu.t seasoned wkr .->-'& >^ spice*.Topped wit.n choice Italian. !/ i cbjeeves Have tome toon I Swrs. A.-J v ioCMM MB --: %  :: 1--;: y~z HZST'.-.:.--.'-. -\rr.. • -^*or -safe* :r*aa>st Crukliaii t*et a*d fast*. taaa ti atLcerTV tainBu aB •-=* ".ete;isa>.:i. iCanJ aaata of faarv %  tatta* IMB Aecepbaf pri u a nat — aDr J m tp k .-rarjae. exeraaue director wita tfr* 8eaa Brown Fr>ii VAV5 Carver Named Lions Chairman F *-..:. Deaa? ... .. .,-,-Mn Lorn* .^ M" is*r.,a-.a Daasee :. a p-* .1*?: • %  • I HI her ti M" ) a1 %  icct af JWVA -.-i MrHranet t. L K/aaiU>r *:, aBaM0 •! c^retnoo^s Mr Sor-.a Crane. caairmac and MrBk*da DraUcfc. enoriir^tor Mr? VacKpdhed to dtfciua ~Tbt Expwoenc** o< a Lad;Le-si-i." f r"-.-"i~ -iar to ta taad. a y r i Mta B of L Mane Balafcar. a-.comoar.^-: Doctot-a at the ptaito • • • %  c -—i %  :.-.# ^uauic i >-i,ar—HaT etaded naek cted a. +*ur Mfler. aimtwt director •f tlae VeeTa*-§ .Vl~atrt>oe '. -. li— %  L r fceroc* Cn! Of face Oarte* Onscitn. supenav tecdent of r*\ Veterans Service*. and XatJaaal '. %VS •> • • Bertna H SATT I ID oCAer >crk-faopf Crai? >: -ctor of rocaLataoo. Departa>ent and -*e. Ur %  •.' F*rda YcL.x Pwt IcnaH ie-??iat:re irrector trim aamc adflMattrator of Haastns tor the Orteri;. I S riotutai and i!^a>.. Msale f New! AJAX all purpose cleaner • • • X X • ••; deans everythin§\ from the floors up!* <( in I a m ti n d n I V I' Perfect A Nswer fi. aiaer mKtmiit Sour Cream and berries? Summer meals taste brighter with .-4\ iced Tetley Tea! TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Sl* that weighty fonm itrrt plenty ef nutritious, Havorfv' Aupust Bros. Sreod m*6 from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. • fu*fMn:cKti • MMUUAM an e IA MIS • VIENNA • 166 TWB1 eflttMCN fctlAB ease JOUi • HAVB IOUJ TETLET Make iced tea .Tmomttj wb 1*M l.Tt Tea —*>rifht anj bracmt • the tines! tea .looijbe: la Bulk and I < few a* la• 1117 OUl6iTtO OfF! r '. T{* N 0*iD'SF*l* CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —the first all purpose ceaner good enough to be called Ajax Youtl see a wh*e tornacI fat e'ea-s e.eyth.n< % %  aaJM Eren corr.fs build up come spart 1^ *** out scroptnc *"<> you ax : rinse! New Aai AH Purpose with ammonal l eexes a %  ticiea-1 smell that p'o.es it s iea i thejoM .•; • Amierica's Ughf 8ret Henry E. Mangels Co 3550 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Florida



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m, August 11. .1964 *Jenisf> fk.rktta.ii Page 3-B fc Wed New Hospital Official ty Children's Hospital now coordinator of Volunteer She ll Mrs. Lois Weil. J SW 95th 5*.-. a lormer school tr and resident of the Miami IT 25 years •MBU)) laude honors graduate of the Bm\ersity )f Miami, Mrs. Iwll be a touch-and-go program, >• piny wirh problems, filling foiinteer gaps, and supplying worn*' :j('\ver wherever it's needtle hospital ;.re over 120 Candy Striponage gir'.i who do all sorts of (lores, and many "senior" or adult vi'ijnteer"lade up primarily of v,.inioi! wi-ii arc members of the variety Women's Committee. ; f the functional commit -. Weil will help coordiilde Norses' Aides, Party Play Therapy, Hostess ii-nt Department), Sew, Hospitality (Gift) Shop. ml hospital services. women volunteers are anxious %  he!" r children and want ti work Erectly with the tiny p;r ents." -.id Mrs. Weil. Som. tees Mi nato in Plaaniii (Out-P. ing Urn and gen "Mos Adath Yeshurun Now Registering •We ti meats doing' Ther. women new $T. is neai I to rotate their assigntbey'U enjoy what they're 'Sing-a-Longs' a need for more adult tlunteers now that the nillion b Hiding program comp!---ion and 85 more patient-beds ha.>een added, she pointed out. Tifereth Jacob Rummage Sale Tempi? Tit'ere'u Jacob Sisterhood; ispor-niiu a giganUc rumftSi %  sale Monday through Wednesi'oV. Aus 31 to Sept. 2. fronSe ?o 5 v < % %  % %  To br neld at 903 K. 4th Ave.. Hialeati next d: to the Temple. proceed will %  • %  > channeled to mimteii. nee .-.' the Religious ol building and teachers' salsale of usable articles was initiate* i i>y (!'.• %  %  ;ho nitla c te J K he meetin j ,_ %  u 11— ; tuZ u n ,ii, which offer Sabbath hymns and and high standing in the North Miami Beach community. he; trar> 8 slitcration "Modern centrallv-cooled and Next session will be held on heated 'classrooms' house the Wednesday evening. Mrs. Alvin t noo | • Levenson is Sisterhood president. The Hebrew School accepts children from age 8. nd !Sunday MOXWOM HoUSC School children are eligible to at tend beginning l age 5. lOPS TOT HolldaV The Nursery School and Kinderr 1 fatten are scheduled to begin Sept. Maxwell House Coffee, long a 1. with its own certified teaching favorite in Jewish homes, is the staff, fully-equipped playgrounds perfect beverage to top off your and classrooms and approved preRosh Hashona dinners. The makn-hool for children 3 and 6. era of Maxwell House are old — hands in the art of blending coffee, and the results of many years of perfecting the best possible blend is apparent with your first sipMother will want to keep a fresh pot on the stove so that when the holiday cooking is done and the house is sparkling clean, she can relax with a good cup of coffee. Then late at night, when the last guest is gone, and the children are all tucked in bed, mother and father can keep the holiday glow alive by chatting over their final cup of Maxwell House Coffee. So for New Year, and all year through, make your guests feel truly "at home" by serving them Maxwell House, the coffee that's good-to-the-last-drop. GRADUATE, EXPERIENCED NURSERY KINDERGARTEN 1EACHER Good, responsible personality, SEEKS POSITION. Call 667-9656 t^ocia/ite ... bu our income tax, thus reducing your living expenses even further. WIDOW DESIRES TO MEET ELIGIBLE GENTLEMAN, AGE 60-65. 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A nephew and niece whom they had never seen before, getting acquainted with them and their unfamiliar way of life filled every waking moment with joy and wonderment Last leg of the journey was another week in London with more exhaustive sightseeing and then the SS Coronia to New York and arrival home from a first trip to the continent, which left almost nothing to be desired, except perhaps plans for the second. • • Month-long vacation over for Rabbi Simon and Fanny April now home, but with .1 new address. 3693 SW 24th Ter. Holiday included a visit with their daughter. Esther, and spouse Herbert Blumenthal. plus the offspring. Harvey 16. Sarah 12. and Debbie 8, residents of Savannah, Ga. ... A stop in Atlanta with other relatives and friends, and another in Valdosta, where they were entertained by Rabbi and Mrs Samuel Zakuto. FOR RENT ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME Kosher Household. Sinqle Gentleman or CoupK S.W. Section. 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;^o vi MmmM flhrMbr rr.ec-r x .* %  ONW the-fKecrlnt of <^ociety KoHcos on Ocean Voyage to Israel Miss Turchen Dental Student Exchange Vows ^J"._ < •• -.-.. :%  M **.•.• • • • I 4 > %  %  %  f Nancy Wagner Says Vows With Ronald Weintraub •X* ant* X s.:tiiu: M SaMCi 7 ?*->•-%  %  : Ha Be Mr Hi M.i Jaa E T^ur \.* a*4 M." Md VMat aTiaatrjah. 1J5 V£ la i u.v*• Sacrvi • raaehr •OftHBCa • *< Mii %  % %  .r cam :-:., Eroanu-El C Mrairfj ar tte un—i was pea* Ends Season omp —'%  eat SLisc ef FtOBraaj a -tsaaer hr At aCa^ — %  •> %  % %  %  i m am ri —Jj at Cue Para — i^, ~**L tfie araiyae* left aa te ** *T **" ****** *** (lam a Line* Oa taaar reEaaaaat-E Gaas Bra*rii ^ tarw. tar? w-M %  iair a M-aan prnajraat *AJ *iraeaa a> w j^.; aeaek -** laafcar tax aafovaai y Tkw a*-* Mr Eatfca a tae •**••• reaaatam. :mc :_-*, aaj at ra* taie Han? X Scavaatx Tus year tea w -a* crave* %  .(• %  nag '1 UMMfKI VXJC4US %  %  • : -B Mar I i i an Alpha EparlcI %  • • : X 1, MH WILLIAM UCHJ Balmoral Rites For the Lichts • Tfcc RapaM pea. ;-*-.-. L;r.-.a ""ireengood rr..d of BM -. Denise CrceaMjaad arid Soerr. Jar.* Miller aaj i -.ndesmaids •'.abb; rra'.k Pltehaff f/f(ciat*^ a' th^ 7pm ceremony hich va!olkied v. a reception at the Daughter of Mrs Helene Rapaport 7325 K Treasure L/r the r/Tide attended the Uaivenity of Miaaal and Charron WflBaaM Com' ;al College The bridegroom, son of Mary Uefct, W) VF. ITIal T^r attended \J;ami Dad* Junior Coli! and his bfMa a-fll ; %  E e Rd M;ra.-r.ar I Be-t rr.ir. -as Paul f'eldman. Robert Chaikin and • Ea| ar* M*t. fOUAiB MTfUrrtAUl Reservation' for seat* in the -auetuary fr Higa Hol> Day ser•..ee ''artm? Sept 7 at Beth Kodeh OBjaaBBfaaaBl are berne aceepted -r.rougnout the week /oung Adult Group TNT Young Adult Group of mi Beach *ill hold itAugust affair at the Surf comber Hatat Babalu Lounge on SOHtaj I I fJU^' For Very Special Occasions... S*j/C THE Juiftkmat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine hav.r.g tt* aatfri Diplomat Country Club, yoan exeloarvely for weddingi, partiea or •peeial dinnera! Catermg; faciMtiaa for group* of 100-300. available 7 dayi a weak. There'i no other room quite like the Calcutta Raom in this area! Unlimited free parking. POT nunmttm call 945-9571 in Miami of WA 31 11 in Hollywood MOLLVWOOD-BV-TME-8EA ^rot* inC \ [•K >^ ^ For ETgi"t TiTnctWrt 'Compitu Caiar.nf Factiilxs to' thai Soc a Pr1f >rvd in supe^ti lastMon setting t^at wiM rtlet your food tatt*. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A TMt-ilMi or a ala cilatiall m *•> 3 SOB a m i*' DIETARY LAW9 STRICTLY OBSERVED UNBER TH€ SUPRlO'' Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN / EAUVILLE Charie. M,n r. F..cuHv. Food Director PHOMEt UN 5-j 1 ; ON TH( OCCAM ar •7tfi STMCCT. MIAMI HEACM



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jay. August 14, 1964 vJenlsli Artftoi Page 5-B ... ^AfLout J^coplc ana I" laces ... First Service At Synagogue lONE EXCITING MONTH "It has been the most exciting month we |h;ive ever known," said Mona (Mrs. Philip) .Varshaw. Daugter Staci was engaged on July (12 to Shepard Lesser and is to be married this [Friday. In between, came all of the trousseau %  hopping, wedding arrangements and parties, Earties, parties. The first was a shower given b> Mrs William Lowenthal and Miss Joan Marcus. Many of Staci's Jiigh school friends were [there, including Mrs. Javid Langer, Mrs. Max Ispeigelman and Mrs. [Michael Segal. Friends lot her mother's, Mrs. i Leonard Kggert. Mrs. %  teuton Levinson and Irtrs. Irving Hirsch. were hostesses at a "Happy Brunch" luncheon at pie Alcazar Hotel. JGuests at this linen (ghowor included Mrs. Moe Feingold, who actpd as cupid in introducing the couple, Mrs. NeilEm Weinkle, Mrs. If. J. Kratze. Mrs. Kervin Shaftcn and Mrs. John Feller. Mrs. Joseph Lesser, mother of the groom, came in from West Palm Beach where they have lived for the past thirty-eight years. Next came a kitchen shower at the Columbus Hotel given by Mrs. Robert Lewison. Mrs. [Max Lewison and Miss Ruth Sperling. Staci's .kitchen will be in shades of blue, but the guests [weren't feeling blue at all. Included in the j party-goers were Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. Frank i Barer, Mrs. Joseph Oarvett, Mrs. Paul Sobel MONA and Mrs Theodore Sandier. The bridal luncheon just before the wedding, was to be given by Mrs. Edward Roth, Mrs. Raymond Feincr and Mrs. Sidney Teller. Among guests were to be Mrs. Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mrs. Lou Grossman. Mrs. A. L. Nadler, Mrs. Daniel Sepler and Mrs. Leo Ackcrman. Cynthia and Joseph Warshaw. Staci's brother, came from Baltimore with their two youngsters, Laura and Deborah, in time for Cynthia to be at the luncheon. Sylvia Lcfcourt who is floating on a satin cloud in Europe, wrote Irom Auchgerarden, England, that she can't believe that the wedding is happening while she is away. It's the only event in the Warshaw family that the Letcourts have missed. MEN COOKS ARE BEST Well, it all depends, Larry Sherman does the barbecuing at the Sherman house, but Jane made aS of the schnecken (pecan rolls), banana cake and ice box cake the night they had guests for dinner A fancy cut-out watermelon basket filled with fresh fruit was in the center of the hulfet table. After-dinner games included one that made a terrific bit called "Name the Famous Person." There was a tie for first place. One winning team was David Schonzeit and Marilyn (Mrs. Harry) Smith, and the other winning team was Irene (Mrs. David 1 Schonzeit and Phillip liloom. Swimming in the pool came next, along with the modeling of an almost topless bathing suit. Among the guests were Judy and Tom Gerard, Barbara and Bob Sussman. Gerry Lou and Buster Silverman. Linda and BUI Binder. Marilyn and Howard Avers, Judy and Larry Markman, and Dr. and Mrs. Howard Nevell It will be a reverent moment lor I'll III ipwill when the first relii gious services begin at the com pleted premises of the Jacob C. j Cohen Community Synagogue at 1532 Washington Ave. Special Mincha services to sanctify the new location will be held on Sunday at 6 p.m. The observance will be a prelude to the grand dedication planned lor later Ui the year. Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider. spiritual leader of the new synagogue, stated that "when the Holy Temple in Jerusalem was built. Ihe King and the Elders first assembled in sacred prayers to sanctify the ground and the sacred vessels." Jacob C. Cohen, president and founder, is extending an invitation to the Jewish community to visit the new synagogue for the lirst prayer service. the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at DOK\L —FRANCES LEHMAN %  %  Freidins Will Live in Gables Now on ;i honeymoon in the Caribbean. Mr. and Mrs Howard Alan Freidin "ill live in Coral Gables They were married in the Miradoral Room of the Doral Country Club on Saturday even ing, Aug. 8. The former Marilyn Rose Gidney .-elected a Biaochi original of white >ilk peau de soie styled with a beaded alencon lace empire bodice and long tapered lace sleeves. The controlled peau de soie skirt terminated in a flowing beaded alencon cathedral train, and tiers of French illusion were held by a beaded pillbox. Gowned in long yellow chiffon empire frocks, attendants includ ed Marsha Gidney, maid of honor, Linda Adelman. Marjorie Ep stein, Merle Freidin and Adele Goldklang. %  The bridegroom's brother. Philip Freidin, served as his best man, with Steve Chase, Robert Cole, Mark Demsky, Jeffrey Gidney, ushers, and Georgie Luck, ring bearer. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Gidney, 5251 No. Bay Rd.. the bride is a June graduate of Boston University where she was 1 a speech therapy major. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and Sigma Alpha Eta, ; speech honorary society. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Freidin, 1270 1 9-tth St. A graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in accounting, he will enter the university's School of Law. on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of this resort-estate. For complete details, please call Mr. Dai id Kovac. Director oj Fond and Bet eragt Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 DEADLINE &f Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS WILL BE FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th. If your Congregation or Organization wishes to be represented and has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs. Thompson at FR 3-4605 E. Allen < i ker MKS. HOWARD FRflDIN PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING, SELLING OR STAYING IN ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY can obtain information through the representative of THE JEWISH AGENCY, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Room 205 JTHURSOAY, AUGUST 20th through MONDAY, AUGUST 23rd Telephone for Appointment 532-1707 Spring Rites For Miss Ehrenberg | An early spring wedding is I planned by Sandra Ehrenberg and j Henri Fernanil Wolfe, ton of Mr. j and Mrs. Charles S. Wolfe. 1043 .Hunting Lodge Dr., Miami Springs. Announcement of the engage• nient is made by the parents of the future bride, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ehrenberg, of Long Island, N.Y. The bridegroom-to-be attended j local schools and graduated from the University of Miami. He now lives in New York. BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD i MIAMI • FLORIDA FACING BISCAYNE BAY UNDER NtW MANACtmnr WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR FESTIVITIES AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWtY DECORATED STARLIGHT H AM.lt OOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS RECEPTIONS ir LUNCHEONS MEETINGS • FREE PARKING • CATERING Package Deal, IncluJinq liquor, Cake, Hors d'owevers, Photographer Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern CALL SHIRLEY, CATERING MANAGER Formerly with Roseda/e Caterers FR 9-3792 Busines Specla Have thai s Meeting, anquet, or I Occasion i You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORI CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JF.FFIRS0N HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NF.WT0N BIRTHS IN MIAMI First child, Dianne Arlene. born Aug. 10 to the former Barbara L. Laskin and Lewis F. Cohen, attorney, of 1850 SW 25th Ave. Grandparents for the first time are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laskin, of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Cohen, of Coral Gables. Paternal great-grandfather is Raphael Goldstein, of Atlantic City, N.J. at th for Informatloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 2StH St. S. Collins Av*.



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Pr~ i B *iV rfcrrfar T--~< %  j.-. "= --E = EK • .: %  an radio -.'•.'"--* .n Ne : B %  -.-.sue ID — -be as seventeen -h*n she pla;-It .-" • • %  -' the man hee •* Stephen L*-r left Syracuse Uni^er had to ?et ried i 1 -k. aft*r Ikeir = • n .'-a-' Vieki ii J" st m IB the -1 %  'three I %  %  Beta ater Miai %  bat for %  %  %  : Gr i %  %  %  %  %  ai:.jn Stephanie Lois Welkind Becomes Bride of Ronald Harris Rohan tar r.:+. ------: \.: I %  %  -: .%  broofce Coo-trj Out -%  -and -.... I • %  I ch tchm Mr %  Bad Mr I Max M ROT.. 5W :*h Ct Grta : 'ther. the brwe ore a goported chantiily lace •>.--..r.eo .:h a cathedra! tram banded in peau de ote fcailop neckline and -.he earned hite orand roses. Md.r r nor Bad junior bndes<-% Lorraine Welkind and I>ebwe I the .,••. -•.-• %  .-...uded Sondra Ma: Lisa Apple, flower girl. 0 X&&* TIRED? B; • ; refresl • talized .. Schz/itz Bodes-Swiss Knss Y eral and Whirlpool Baths Massage Complete Gymnasium-Swimming Pool RATE PATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL 4 for %  and 'A'omen FP9 pa") hj The hr.(Sr?rooec breaav L -lomoo F?x and -jor : A the Unimember of :-:ho attend.: 11 of He tetoa Pi LambI Alpha Erst Ui Foe • re Miss Pe set sky Now Mrs. Ruth Barbara Ann dauahter of Mr and Mr Herman Pesetjfcy, i2: NE :::-• St and Bald S Ruth, ma of Mr and Herbert Ruth. !24: maadj Dr ret* marned on u'da;..-• Uig 8. at the DiptoDr ILe r hi I .the ceremony ned *ith a coat and ... • pi %  .... %  I H o! 1 ir la r ii /•SS. BOHALD UTH Sunshine Chapter Card Party -..•..-.. I B nth Women, will ha\c a n and card party on Tueda> n :,t the Washington Federal tonum. 167'h St ;.nd NF 6th Chain MrMorrii n and Mrs Charlotte Fine LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING C0WTBACTIW6 • HP4MM S'v ng Dly o' ** y 4 I A IK i i'l typaa, < I Ma or r>rr ll. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY V/ORKERS PS. FR 9-8401 m Cleoning-Laund y ; Storage 1201 20th Street JE S-61C4 Miami Beach OHN 7 A.M. %  9 fM. Some Day Serv.ce Afever %  &f Chvt*J]



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lay. August 14, 1964 "t-Jcnisii florkMM) Page 7-B tei* Sobels Reside Richmond ichmoad, VB., will be the fuhome of Mr. and Mrs. Peter pry sobi-i who were married iday, Aug. 0, in a double ring Idlelighf ceremony. Rabbi rbi-rt Baumgard performed the nuptials held at Temple Am, A reception at Westfcoke Country Club followed, f'le fi rmer Michele Joyce Leboselected a floor-length gown imported chantilly lace with a jllant skirt. It was styled with p sleeves to wrist point, sealneckline reembroidered with |uins and pearls, and a fitted Ice featuring a bow in the ir four-tier French illusion fell 111 a tiara of crystals, and the |al bouquet was made up of iscade of white orchids. laid of honor was Ronnie Rosirg and Aiicne Sobel. Maxme lor served as bridesmaids, yer girl was Debra Feld. and Louis Feld took charge of guest book. MRS. PfTfR SOBtL Miss Mire!l Weds Mark Finkel At Doral Beach The Doral Reach Hotel was the -(tting for the wedding done in shades of pink and green which united Paula Anna M'rell and Mark Jay Finkel on Saturday evening, Aug. 8. A reception and sealed dinner followed in the Mediterranean East Room. Rabbi Samuel April officiated at the nuptials. For the ceremony, the bride chose a gown of sata peau with a modified skirl highlighted in appliques and seed pearls and a regal train. The bodice was designed with a round neckline am hand work of Swiss appliques am seed pearls and long sleeves tapered to wrist points. The veil of imported siik illusion was draped to a crown of seed pearls and sequins, and she carried an arrangement of white 1 orchids. lilies-of-the-valley and stephanotis on the bridegroom's Bar Mitzvah Bible. i Honor attendants were Mrs. Beth Torah Lists School Facilities Se bridegroom's brother. AlSobel. was best man. Eric Forida in December, and is a A)an Cohcn and Abbv Mirel i tho Bwitz, brother of the bride, and j member of Delta Phi Epsilon, soc-; bride's sister. Dianne Whitman rk Freeman ushered. Steven, ial sorority. and c ai i Saxe 8erved as bridesel, the bridegroom's brother. Now attending Medical College, ma jd s ring bearer. | of Virginia, the bridegroom, forie bride is the daughter of Mr. i merry of West Orange, N.J., is a, Bcst man was Alan Cohen, with Mrs. Sidney Lebowitz. 7835 graduate of Miami Beach High, Leonard Click and Charles 98th Ct.. and granddaughter; and the University of Florida. He Prince, groomsmen. Mrs. Lee Krugman, who atis the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Daughter of Mr and Michael tied the wedding. i Sobel. of Houston, Tex., formerly Mirell. 8125 SW 17th Ter.. the graduate of Coral Gables of Miami Beach. bride is a graduate of Southwest Mrs. Lebowitz will receive Jamaica was the honeymoon Senior High and is now attending Jegree from the University of destination of the newlyweds. Dade County Junior College N'urs ir.g School. shouts of -Shalom" will reverberate through the halls of Beth Torah Religious School for the first time this coming school year on Monday. Aug. 31. when classes in the Hebrew School Department oi the synagogue will resume, George Katzman, chairman of the Board of Education, and Abraham J. Gittelson, education director indicated. Veteran members of the 11 brew School staff include Mrs Jack Diamond. Mrs. Irving Set del, Alexander Andron. Mrs. Morris Levin, Hyman Cohen, Bmanuei Feder, Mrs. David Osman and Mrs Howard ROmer, Serving on Ihe Sunday School staff will be Mrs, Florence Gnu-sin. Mrs. Joan Cohen, Miss Kay Levin. Mrs. Max Steinfink and Warren Zundell. Included in the school program nil! be such special features as 1 regular remedial studies. "Hebrew Thru Fun." an oral aural prepara tory Hebrew School program, both Hebrew and General High School programs and clubs, student congregation services. The pre-Sehool division of the school is headed by Mrs. Sidney Kcshlansky. and offers a complete readiness program. Serving on the Pre-School staff, all licensed and certified by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be MrSol Ellenbcin. Mrs. Florence. Ginesin, Mrs. Dorothy Gruen, Mrs Eugene Marshall and Mrs. Her The evenings feature guided )ert Comm In addition, the synagogue provides an active youth program with its TNT (Talit and Tfilin) Club, USY for juniors and seniors of high school under the direction Martin Arono MRS. MARK F/NKF1 Open House At Beth Am Temple Beth Am. 5950 No. Kendall Dr., is holding open house each weekday evening between 8 and 10 p.m. tours through the new sanctuary, social hall, library, youth lounge and classroms. In addition, Rabbi Herbert Raumgard and memiwn GrOSSITian TO bG Married A ( iA with Gross •""' sluu hers of the Board of Directors are the bridegroom graduated from on hand to answer any quest.on Q| Mai sha| BaU(|th -^ yoim „ Irs Murry Grossman. 8335 SW uate of Palm Beach High School. Miami Beach Senior High and repertaining to the Temple J||dMa „ ro(|ps ujtl) qu 1 i | ,„, Religious School will begin on ycuth leaders. AZA and Other th Dr., announces the engagelie attended the University of ceived a degree in accountancy !" t of her daughter. Dawn Beth. Florida, where he received his ..ewis Kapner, son of Mr. and Bachelor of Arts in economics. Irving Kapner. 258 County He was tapped lor membership Rd., Palm Reach She is in Florida Blue Key, leadership tile daughter Of the Lite Mr. honorary. rr> Grossman, Mr. Kapner received his law detis, Grossman is a native -ice from Stetson University, Miain.a;: She attended the I in where he was president of the venity of Florida, where she was Senior Class. He was a member an affiliate anil officer o| Alpha of Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity Epsilon Phi. executive officer of His law education was furthered th* Women's Student Association at George Washington Timer a member of Florida Blue sity Law School and Harvard Law Speaker's Bureau, School. |e graduated from the School Mr. Kapner ia member of the lucation at the University Of Palm Reach County liar Associa and is presently teaching lion. He is presently Assistant |ie English Department of Ilia ( ountj .solicitor in Palm Reach High School. County, when' he has served in fr fiance is' a native of the this capacity since 1!H!2. Beach where his familj has The couple will be married Aug sini e iri**>. and is a gra i 30. from the University of Miami. His parents are Mr and Mrs. Morns Finkel. 9316 Collins Ave Sunday morning, Sept. i> Classes Serving as spiritual leader of "he from kindergarten through ninth congregation and providing all On their return from a trip to grade will be taught each day. over direction is Rabbi Mas \ Jamaica, the newlj weds will live Confirmation classes will meet on Lipschitz, with Ren Zion Kirscl at 2001 NE 167th St. Saturday mornings. baum as Cantor. 2J 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'til 1 A.M.



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Pag 8-B Am f nnrirMyn Friday, August u to 1 1 1 1 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Jeweler is Also Polishing TV Diamond He offered the diamond ring the customer I .uned it my-• %  If." he -,nd From raw elements a -hiny thing i-haped, • 'in.tior. ..rid assigned b> ;h-tute and ded' •> lif' of -hapint: thineler ith his partners, his 'ather brother andbrother inaw he operates the Diamond holei ile jewelrj con• low n Miami I n • luonina prepare for the profession by their experience with the "Court of Junior Pleas And David Rabinnwitz feels a sense of accomplishment in shaping the lives of others Toward the Theatre Rabinowitz, recognizing the possibilities of role-therapy and problem-solving inherent in his format, havolunteered to work with youngsters at the Kendall home. Every Thursday evening, be goes to Kendall and produces a -how, USing a problem BUg gated by the youngsters who also play the parts in the drama He -ees. first hand, the mar velous results from articulating and examining problem11 announced by Edgar M a chemical engineer thirty-three verdicts wen Bronfman, president from Cooper Inion < brought in for the parentbj a Yogman 1currently a vice — __ teen-age jurj president and a member ol the it iMr Rabinowitz's concluHoard of Directors ol Seagrams tl t if youngsters are given one ol the largest distillers in the the chance to discuss their probUnited StateHe will continue lems, they'll usuall) come up to serve in these capacities, in with the right decisions addition to assuming the added re The •Court of Junior Pleas" sponsibilities of his new position iabout to be purchased for netHe joined the company in 1951 work broadcasting it.poten and previously had been associatfor influencing the direction ed lor ii years with Stevenson oi the ineof participants has .Ionian and Harrison. New York been noticed Right here m the management engineers and con Miami area, there are many at Miltanttorneys and government office Yogman has al-o held engineerholderwho were inspired to Ing positions with F. R. Squibb &• All of Him CrejSomeday 1 hope philosophy." -aid M wits. "I want to affi he said "1 want | make a better life Whether his com. tnonrf?. people or idi Rabinowitz is InvoJ imagination, all creating. And that tool for carving the teach 3abinoeopfc/' • 'o them dia. Davidfl heart, tl with secret Seagram Firm Names Official ST. ft* BtTTt* Htt.lTH VISIT THl MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPt BODY CONDITIONING GENERAL DIAGNOSIS t X RAY C0LONIC IKniGATIOHi ULTRA S0H1C THERfi CABINETS c-d MASSAGc 7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PI 7-7234 1 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 2148 NW. 10 AVE. FR 3-7180 roof repaired now; i save on a new roof later ••ictory Wort I / • oerienced AAen FLORIDA FILTERS "for Filters Hi Tloriia fillers" AIR FILTERS & PURIFIERS MANUFACil/ftfRS fOff INDUSTRY COMMERCE RESIDENTIAL SERVING Southeastern USA & Carribeon FOR INfORMATION CALL" FLORIDA FILTERS INC. FR 1-8625 3110 N.E. 2nd AVENUE IN GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc K. ug. id Lie nd cm ith nr >T iic iec ai %  vide a 01 h Si /I it il si ii rl 1 1 FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Til* Rubber Tile COMPLETE CONCERTS EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEEO'-Phone lor free Estimates 2465 NW. 76th STREET OX 6-3202 Boston Symphony Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. — I BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS lll-VOI.I HA II 1 ICY INC. SALES A SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1150 NW. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451 •345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 WVCG-FM 105.1 mc KIM. I IMMI ll %M III | O. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. : v • %  mornn DAY and NIGHT SERVICE" >l<< OltMM K-ltO> 1 1 | PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PL 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLA. I Boston Pops WVCG AM Saturdays 2:00 p.m. *•* %  •• BBS* ..—.—^-... ,^ M ,_ J ... ^ ,_..„ %  %  |



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August 14, 1964 Jewish Fk>ridfiain Page 9-B Norton Tire Co. Opens Branch In North Dade m ibino. >plr/' them (In. >a\id| lean, uith fcret • %  and • i !• has rea ST. Norton Tire Company c*t>S*1M* 40th year of operation this week with announcement of the open-' ing of a new store in North Miami Iicach. President Norton Pallot said the new store is located at 1700 [' NE 163rd St.. and opened its doors for business on July 27. A Grand Opening Sale and ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled. Manager of the 12th store in the chain is Harold "Hoppy" Hurlock, a 10-year employee of the company. He is former manager of the Flagler Street Store. Assistant manager is George Rittenhouse. "'"We're" e4iHpped to life aotoboard. Norton Pallot. |lft*ident; mobiles easily and swiftly with Howard Katzeii. vice president; new Rotary Company hydraulic and S. Ronald Pallot. secretaryhoists," he said. treasurer. K. Bfcian, furrier of New York and Miami Beach, at luncheon ag/Min the DiLido Hotel in honor of Miss Israel, Ronit Rinat, id mtered by Arthur Teichner, caterinq manager at the LidOt Dignitaries present included Councilman Malvin Engndakfand Miss Israel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rechtan. At !':> %  luncheon, Etman is shown presenting Miss Israel ith one o! ..is own creations, a white mink fur stole. The .ruier-up in the Miss Universe Contest here also received a y1o>

  • '-'• %  / of Miami Beach. chechter School In Top Enrollment School programs in both school buildings. The Confirmation Department lor seventh, eighth and ninth grades will continue itspecialized Sunday morning program at (he North Branch Building. All departments of the school are open to members and nonmembers. Further information may be obtained from Morris TarasOW, education director of Temple Emanu-F.l. I "Our 10,000 sq. ft. structure will be the most modern tire and autocare service center in the south," said Pallot. Among the new electronic devices being installed is a John Bean VTSU Balancer which aligns and balances wheels and tires at high speed. Another special feature Of the North Miami Beach store will be a precision measuring machine to "true up" brake drums and brake shoes. An area has been set aside especially for truck-tire service 'Automation has replaced human muscle-power in tire service centers.'' Pallot pointed out. The new -tore will use air -pre-sure-operated tire machines by "Big 4 Industries" These will flip old tires oil and new ones onto the wheel in a few minute.-. Norton Tire Company, one of the nation's largest B. F. Goodrich tire dealers, will carry large inventories of new passenger and truck tires, as well as a big line of industrial and farm machine tires The Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers will be specially featured. These are guaranteed for the life of the car. An emergency service truck completely outfitted with air-compressor, battery-charger, and repair tools, will operate on a 24hour schedule. Norton Tire maintains a warehouse at 5400 MV 27th Ave., and a main office at the same address. Officers of the company are Louis Pallot. chairman of the Registration Open At Beth Jacob Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, in conjunction with Morris Krevat. chairman of the Hebrew School, announce-; that registrations are now being taken for the coming school year at Beth Jacob Congregation. The school is taught by the well-known educator. Rev. Maurice Mamches, who recently received national acclaim for hi* services as a Hebrew teacher for the past 25 years. For the last three years, it has been the policy of Beth Jacob to accept students free if qualified. Full scholarships are given to children regardless of their affiliation. record u-enl for the ling ye tl"' Solomon echter l> > ^ '"I "f Temple anu-El h >'" ti announced by Irving I.ehrman. spiritual Aider. aid Dr. l. thi! >;> > ool, the i "tie ni it.kind he souther:. MHI oi the I'nitStates, is I upon the Con/ative nv> %  "d philosophy. ired to inn'' the needs of the il Jewish community, it prosi an outstanding general iies and Hebraic program for children from nursery through rth grade la SMI meet in the Temple's th TjUMli Building on 77th and Dickens Ave. A complete sery program is also held in Main School Building at 17th and .WliHPgton Ave. a atMttoa to the Day School, nple Emanu F.l provides comte daily Rel ^ r and Sunday rVCKT Birthday Friday Presidents of more than 250 women's organizations in Dade and Broward Counties have been invited to attend ceremonies marking television station WCKTs eighth anniversary Friday noon to 3 p.m. A special press preview of the Mike Douglas Show will highlight the birthday celebration at the station. GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Why be swollowed by th* clock' Livmg doily in a store of shock' Toss your cares inlo H seas. Rla yourself amid th* trees. Big game fishing oil day long. 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    %  Page 10-B lenisi fkrkf&r Friday. Autrjj 1 U. Pac Tl I Out-of-Country Admissions Heavy At the Academy More than 30 tu4ent from out if th* state and Sooth American MBkfa are seeking admi-Mon he Hebrew Academy for the %  -irmg school semester "The deluee of request* from r *5 parts Of the Central arM • h American countries \< amazSam Reinhard and Oear lher. AdmissiOBi Committee "(ha:rmen. said Wednesday "Although we have always accepted individual students from • H area-, thijrcar'l inquiries (Of enrollment have been unprerRabbi Alexander S .r<. --. principal of the scnool. major problem in accept. Icnti .the lack of roper residence facilities for the Rabbi Grow noted. The school's official* also reported that a fleet of nine buses is now available to transport students from all sections of the Oade County area. More than SO per cent of the student body has been using the transportation facilities provided by the Academy. Numerous students from Hollywood and South Miami areas have already registered for the coming school year. Reinhard also pointed out that • lully planned hot lunches arc red dail) to the entire student in the ipacioui Max SilverDining HalJ TO meet the request* of the iy parents desiring a Hebrew • -chool education for their children, two nursery groups, one %  ne.-t in the morning hour-. •' CM e in the afternoon h being planned for the com( bool term Dr. WoHson m Talk The second lecture on Spinoza's God" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr Abraham Wolfson on Thursday. 1030 am at the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education in the Auditorium of the Washington Federal. 1ZM Washington Ave. New PR Firm Revealed Here Formation of a new advertisingrelation! organization, Jar • \ Inc 355 Lincoln i;'i Miami Heath, was announced Principalof the firm are S ion Jarrett president, and E Dsend (Tod) Swalm. vice prese t Jarret for 25 years was idenl of Jarrett Advertising • :icy. In< V .' York Citj. le Sualm recently resigned after ii years aexecutive vice pr< idenl and manager of the Scrawl County Chamber of Comi I c' Jarrett will supervise adtiaing services of the agency and Swalffl will direct public relation-; activities. In newly-refurbished offices in tin penthou-e atop the Cobbs Bui ding at the corner of Lincoln Rd snd Washington Ave. jarrett tciates haitm.n .-\rt Departi i t beaded by Ronald J. Malonformerl) staff art director of Commercial Production De. partmenf of WTVJ-TV, Miami. TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi ttvni i.siaiv in III itu Iti urn lus 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY CONTRACTING I SCKVICt 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 Beth Shirah Will f i %  w Cemr D !" Affiliate With United Synagogue Service Honors Late Teacher Saul Porush Memberof the Hebrew Academy staff and officers joined friends of the late Saul Porush on Monday to marie the ".-hloshim" 30-day mourning period since his ng. Mr Poru-h. uho was a member of the Academy faculty, had tribute paid to him by many of his students, a s well a> Rabbi Joseph Rackorsky, of Beth Tiflah Concregation. who led the ser\ .(A Prior to nil passing, Mr Porush was honored upon his completion of a decade of service to the school "Ht was a mi'ter Tanach teacher," said one of his students at tha "shloshim" service. "He could make Jeremiah come to life. He could paint a picture of ancient Babylon with his colorful and simple language." Accordins to Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, the Academy's assistant principal: "Mr Poru-h's entire life, hiattitude toward his colues and his relationship to histudents all exemplified the noble character of the true Torah personality.*' In order to exand its religious program and enable its youth groups to participate in the many religious, social and cultural acti vities of the I'nited Synagogue Youth. Temple Beth Shirah will receive its charter of affiliation and enrich its Reconstructionist ideology with the additional regional programs of the United Synagogue. The philosophy of Judaism c.-poused by Reconstructionist Templeis clo-er to the Conservative wing of Jewish living." explained Rabbi MornA Skop. On Sunday at I p.m., members of the Temple's Third Advisory Council will host an open house at the Temple. Congregation leader*, headed i-. David Bendell, chairman, will present Rabbi Skop. Cantor HerGottlieb, education principaland faculty memberPlan> for the new educational building to be constructed ad jacenf to the pre-ent sanctuary will be presented. Chairman of the open house. Mrs Marvin R Guberman. Invites all re-identOf Southwest Miami. Coral Gable* and Kendall to attend the social and meet members and personnel of the Temple Reservations are being accepted for High Holy Day services in the air-conditioned Temple, and registration roles for daily Hebrew and Sunday ReligiouSchool opening Sept 13 are open. The Temple Nursery-Kindergarten w ill operate daily. Southwest Jewish Center will !>old its annual membership dance and party on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. The Howard Atan Orchestra and other entertainment will highlight the evening, and refreshments will be served Moil Supervisors In Confab Here The Post Office Department will research new management selection methods to keep pace with rising mail volume while maintaining efficient, low-cost service to the public. Assistant Postmaster General Richard J Murphy announced here Tuesday. Murphy said that the Post Office Department is embarking upon a year's study of supervisory selection criteria among its own .S50.000 employees, pluresearching the methods used in compar%  I le private industry and in other government departments and agencieTha head of the Post Office's Bureau of Personnel told delegates to the National Association of Postal Supervisors, in convention at the Americana Hotel, that "our supervisory first-team is strong today. We must, however, develop a strong 'bench' of middle management to cope with the problems of tomorrow. "Effective line supervision is essential to efficient postal administration and we are going to do all we can to identify and obtain that kind of supervisory material within our rank" Optimists Plan October Music Six Optimist clubs i B r^. County are forgetting ibstn J heat in August and c--.-.centri3 on music in October '"'* The program will o, atBr JM tionally known or_.>r..sU yj Osborn. Jerry Gerar • _nd p3 SOU. and other P!!-:^ B J Ml The Binder Baldwin p3 Company, of Miami .a-suj the Optimists in the ; ram LEGAL NOTlCF~ OH WEDR-FM •>.! O.V VOf m If. THE 0NL Y RADIO STA TI0N IN MIAMI FEATURING DAILY JEWISH PROGRAMS BAGELS FOR BREAKFAST (IN ENGLISH) MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-2:30 REUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. CLUB NEWS, TRADITIONAL MUSIC, AND GOOD CONVERSATION o JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3:15-4:15 P.M. THE ORIGINAL YIDDISH RADIO PROGRAM FOR OVER 30 YEARS THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON LISTEN TODAY WEDR-FM mu ox YOI n MAM. IN THE C'RCL'T COL D Or T| ELEVENTH JUD'C -. IN ANO FOR Dic -s-\ FLORIDA IN CHAHCEM No. s*c e:-: IN RF rKWH'I-MA' 1 n-1 L/WKV1 \ THi .. i, •i Infant I MV • •• %  • %  "•" NOT'P.F pv PURi H \ \l M V IVKV. .UN :. 1'. %  • %  • -II. \ W t ill. %  %  %  t'VTKI' • E %  I.KA1 %  H F. % %  I IN THE rOHN'v IN AND FOR OADC "' S". FLORIDA IN PC--£ No S0SS0.C IS Rl .ir.ANi: i NOTICE OF INTENT'C APPLICATION FOR D '. -_, AND FINAL O!SC'--"0E N*fTH*R • %  • • I -. %  | i i.| tXHTTB STONK • %  .1D| •' • IS4M will .i. Mi iRRIS !! %  : ISH RETHl'N NOTICE LNOL' FICTITIOJS NAME LAW KOTI.'K !> H • '• %  I .. • %  %  i |, ll \.s. INC COH .•K tURR A Klw-M • M vi:\ IN I \s IKNKl! : I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0UR" vl IN AND FOR DADE CO s" M FLORIDA IN PROD-'E '*•' No. 640S1-C IN RE K,-. s S \ I'll \N Kl.M ., k "? %  S \'l' BLvAC iZ I'• '", NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i*r> vi 'i "V Inn Clalma ..r s! K •.,>.*; T u ..r. ii. >a m.in. I*, which you n ?Jj ll.. ^s, ;iI ^ ,,f N \ III \N f N\T 111 A I I. ,...-.I ; 'ounty, Kl--ri-l;.. I.. Hi.. '-•" %  : I..I. Cunty, ..n i ; Hj duplicate and ..i> t %  %  M. s HI tl... ount> A T ...!. RA M. i. ir mom uy ir-l ,. ,!.' ,-, |„... nF| rill i.. i...ir..i ,,; Dated :.t Miami. K. N fir %  da) %  \ A i • WILLIAM .I'llll.llIII \ A-. | .. Kh-t pubil. nl on %  •li.inii das nf \M.. IRVINU vi i:\ i. \ v\ %  Al tol l. s fol .•". Arili if <;...! %  I. Ml.urn Baai ii I da IN THE COUNTY JIDCi S C0U IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61731 IN RR I:-I i. i.f \l I. 11 A I I. Mil i I .. .,.-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Cre.lltor. ami llIK I I '• Y..11 %  • %  ..... '.. Ih. %  1 I.I l. KAMI • i li a M ( • %  NAI Jl et WE u BEI .11 OR. a: a %  sic MB A Y. LA II n as d HO 1 LA I I M j Oil R 1 Bl I Ll < SC I 1 Bi



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    August 14, 1964 vJenisfi fhrkUaun Page 11-B \Dbituari*M LEGAL NOTICE i, -in PittstAPD, Mil" 66, f '-: sw •,i AIM '" Services m v..-Riverside (KEN. Sarah. 15, of 55 N"W \f, .. died Aug 10. Oordon. Mildred. I, of M BW died Ai t, '•'• Gordon. 18, of 1188 S\v 22nd Aug 10 Oordon. DAN. Sidney, "•• of 6*5 Euolld ,,.., ; AIIU. 10. Uoruan. IVITS. Morris. 81, of 600 Lenox AUK. I i ersiil. Mrs. HnSlu. "\ |> v died A i10. ,, %  7,7. of I4M man. Norman, •' %  "-. of gerv Ices i" -id.. MiPrance*, 7:: ot '.'" Rlvi rsidi ;i. ,.i ;T4 I s\v 64th i. Rlvci ride. (BERG. Walter J., 5S, of T75 ^^ %  t .,i.-rwa> I'i Riverside. LEGAL NOTICE Rlv-i IE•\ JM. riamut I |r • AH,,f MO s\V Riverside. Washington (Sni Indian Havel utraa. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN thai the iiini, irstgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name o( RICHIE'S RESTAl'RANT *i LOl'NOK at 18190 N.w. tad Avenue, Miami, I Florida Intends to register said name i wild the Clerk ol the Clcrull Courl of l lade Countv. Kloi Ida, tiENE PRANDI Bole Owner l'AII. KW1TNKY of Hlhurateln, Kwitn.-y A UoUdles Attorn*) for Applicant 12 i Lincoln Road Mall Miami Reach, Florida v u-51 ••*. 974 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE f. i .1. nl< 71. of 702 13th Rochester, NY. RlvMrs. George (Anna), ?:.'. h v. int< I %  -i'l'in of At. N.i.. dl< 't ihere Aug. 2. .,., ,i'i\ i % %  IM >ii Norman 8 -..: w l.tl St. (EJERGEB. Sam, 69. "f 791" No. R U ) Village, >.-I n i .-.-HI.. |EF,G, .\ v -'. f : :; '" su died Aug. s Services In .. N ,i. Riverside FA. E. M in.;.• :•'•. "I S27n SW MfH-' ':. .1 Aim • Oordon. CUtEF %  \ %  • lian Avi New man. Mrs. Beuti cc, 74, .f 1300 .~, i v i, III I 'In, at;,'. RlvN, Barney. 75, of 628 Lenox T an. %  OR, Marry, 72, of sol nth St.. L S Riverside Mn Bell' 7: %  \\-. >. n i, ••-• %  -i,l,.. AN. Miss Martha, I Ave. Services In Ki • iride. Mrs. Clara. 63, of 3730 Colv Servli In Far Hooka. ". Rlvi rsldi ict. Louis, :."• "I MO Weal s. ices in New V,,i k City. 1350 I'.iinin Bronx, ill. ,.f S425 Ne V..rk Mrs. Cetta, 7.'. S-rvic, i:, Morris I... Sett i. • /AITSwv. Aii.-i OordV OSJOOC1 Y. .1,-ni 17th .-..' %  % %  A '..; BPERU'" Ik.i.l. • ,.f 1711 ColHollis, N.Y. r*. ,.r c .':'7-j Barin Cleveland, I s. of :>-•* Ird St 67, of EMS sw ;. Qordon. i.f IC2 s. Bhore IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. *4C g90l RANK OK COMMERCE, u Xew Vork Imaging uoriteratlon, plaintiff, \ s IMtANi'lS M. KING and l.K"NA T. K INfl his wife, defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KRANCIS M. KINO and LEON A T KINO, his wife, it alive, and if an) of them be di ad, the heirs, devls grantees, assignees, |U uors, ci i (Utors. trustees, or irther claimants, b) through, un,I,-II.I ag mist 11" in or any of in.in. ami all parties having or claiming *o have any right, title ,•!• Interest In the property des, ribed in iiiratlon. The propert) soughl i" be foreclosed Is as follows: I.,.i s. in Block 51, • %  ( CUTLER RHK1E BECTRtN 7. according to the I'lat thureof, as recorded In I'l.u i:.,..|, i;^. at Page 5, % %  the l"uhllc Itri ..ids ill I i.i le "ouut) Plorlda. Yi>r ARE REOl'IRED t.. serve a i,|,v ,,f your answer or othei pl e adi n g on Plaintiffs Attorney, MAlA-'OLM H. KKIEOMAN, 21! >-• urlt) True! ItnllilIng, 118 Easl Klagler Street, Miami :;:'. Plorlda, ,ind file the original In the office "i the Clerk "f the above Court, "ii or before the 11th day of September, 1901, in default of which the complaint will be taken as confessed against you for the reHef r.'duested in Plaintiff's complaint and pleadings. DATED thilOlh day <'f August, 1964. i: r. LEATHEBMAN. <. lcrk Clrcuil Court, Dade County, t'i*rlda i -,.,ii By: E. H LAM WAY, Deput) Clerk >. 11-21-28, '.'.-< CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 64C 8081 HAHKY PRITZU S Plaintiff, vs. MADELINE LOUISE PRITZIl'8 Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yt'V. MADELINE LOUISE PR1TZlis. 1227 West nth Street Beaver Foils, lVnns>l\ania are Botlfletl to serve n oopy of your answer to J'ivon-,. I 'ouiplaint tU\ against you on Plaintiffs attorney, UEUBUE NICHOLAS, (12 N.W. 12th Avi-.. Miami. Fin., and file original with Clerk '>f this Court on or before August 24. 1844, otherwise complaint will h.. ,,uf-ss,-ii by you. DATED July 21. 194. K. B. LBATsUElUtAN, Clerk (aeal) B> : C, P. COPELAND Deput) I'lerk 7 24-31, •> 7-14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63675-C IN RE: Bstate of AUK A HAM BUCKSTEIN ak a ALFRED II BL1CKBTE1N 1 %  ,'. a -, ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Maims ,.i Demands Againsl Said Estati : V,,n are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which von may have against Hiestate "f ABBAHAM BUCKSTEIN II k i ALFRED H. BLICKSTEIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, i" the County Judges uf Dads County, and file the sainin duplicate and as provided In Section 718.14), Florida Statutes, in their offices in I the County Courthouse In Dade I'UUIIiv. Florida, within six calendar months 'from the tint<>f the first publication hereof or the same will inbarred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this ljth i day of July, A.D. 1*64. %  /NORMAN BLICKSTEIN As Administrator Pirst publication >>f this noti n 1 the 34th day of July. 1884. IHAMI'BLS. SMITH. ESQ. attorney f>>r Norman Bllcksteln j 407 Lincoln Road /2l .,,. ,. u NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRril'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 8877 F7DELMIRA MARTINEZ, 0 k a -l-111*1 MA MARTINEZ, Plaintiff, vs. HECTOR \. MARTINEZ. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Heetor A, Martin-'' r'o Mrs. l.n/ M Garcia 101:1 Tif'i". Street, Apt. '•-•' Bronx, N.T. You, Hector A. M"'ui-~ "re brs. by notlfli-d that a itill of Complaint for Pivnr— has been (lied against von. and you are required to perve a oppv "f your Answer or Pleading to the' Bill "f fomplalnt on the Plaintiffs attorney, Ray A. Munson, 140 Ingraham Building, Miami. Florida :IS1"1 and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of HiCJrcull I'.IIIII ',n or before the r,th f. i demanded in the Bill of Oomnlalnl This notice shall he published once each week for f"iii consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PI i IRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 10th day of August, A-l'1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (-. ; ,li |tv: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy i'1-rk > I 1-21-2*. 9 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thai the undersigned, desiring to engag) business under the riclltloui names of: KTBRLINO PLUS SUPER PAN MERIT III TEX XORTHJiRN STAR lr Florida, Inc. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IUSREBY IIIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to •'.ler Hifictitious name i Mh ill' ,.f September 1064, If v ott I business under the flctltt name oi ail to do s... Judgment by default will COMMERCIAL CARPET ANU M R,.. tak-n againsl you for the relief N1TURE al M*5 B.H Ml %  %  Miitnii Intends i" reglstei I nan • with the Clel k of thI 'lu't .,[ i i.uiCounty, Florida INTERIORS BY .-I KANN INC a Fla. corporation MORTIMER S. C< >HEN Attorne) for Applicant :,ir, Alnsle) Bldg. 8 I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name of BRCUBITY TRAININO SKK\ I' • Bt :,.::„•. vv Dials Highway, v Miami Urach int. nils to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit i ourt oi Dade County, Florida. RITA L /..Mull. Bole < Iwner l'AII. KWITNEY of Silv-rst-jn. Kn-IUie) *. Ooudlss Attorney for M>"lieant 120 Lincoln Road Dr., c PEABCt Aug. f>. Oovdon, 1.— .11 P.. i!' of Riverside. Mis. Jennie, s,; i IVr. died AUK. 4. f 1111 Rivel 1961 NIC l7th JITOCMA f NE i: side. BOOKg*-** II. .IM of ;:.-, fc::rd St. 8V' in N, v. York City. Nawan.. CANTIf :: tie, 67. of 183 3rd St. Bervlcea%  • %  II.,MI.. l loan. Newman. KAtrF4At. I'h.li|.. 17. ,.r lilt"" SW -IgTTtk-A died Aug. 3. Oordon. A ter, 71. of 1383 Plnelfee : Ann. 2, BJveralde. -. Ilarbai l -••".. ..f 116" -,.n An., died AUK 4. rwiRV IM., aeueR, N. J. Ilagi ,. •.RBBNBERG. .i.-.-.di H trepan* 'A.-' i:i\-r.-ui. lARRISCN vi ,f :.ii7 68, Ml-Ha .•r Dr.. Ke v Blscayne. S.-rsaid OURT vices Chicago t: i v et side. urn • TV. OMA6JK. Vli. rl. '•". ..t 1300 Ba) ltd Ave. 'i Riven VORIN, Uiuls 7'.. i-"" James S.-rvlc<"in I'hiiai!" N-win.ir LEI6HER. Ilyman, 13, of :::!•"• Ocean l)r. gk" %  in -\. York, i o.i.lon :HLOMCVITZ. IKiias II.. •;".. of •i Ooe>' %  'i itiv % %  i LVCHMAN. MiM..;ii-. • %  '"•. uf 310 i uUiae V 1 .-,HI—in Boston. Klweft.o. VPUgrlM. Mr-, loa isiiima, 88, of 1130 SB lli.in.i r.aid-iil>r., di.d July :n>. jCrvio-s in Moiiii-ai Blveralde. >RI4N %  -. *' l::i1 : IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63>41B IN RE: Estate of STASIA QOCLD. formerly known as STASIA ogtZBCHOWSKI I teeeased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE • >F FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE <-V SAID OKCKKKNT. i You arbereb) nolfi-d that a writt-n Instrument purportitus tn h,the i last vviii ami testament of said deue-I d.Mii has been admitted to probate in Void Court. You arbereb) -omnialid,i within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this noli— to appear In said Court and show ca lee, ii an) you can, why thaction ot .-aid Court In admlttlhg win to probate should not siaial ,-oked. FRANK B, DOWLINO Count) Judge B) !/ %  >IS F. PASTORFIEIJJ Clerk i-'iist publication of this notice on the I nh day of August. I6I si i A in:, i. FRIED .v WKll. Ailoin-vs for IhIjdalof STASIA iit't'LD. formerly known as STASIA OBZECHOWSKI 4n7 Lincoln Road .Miami lira.il. I'lolid.. •• 1 l-'Jl -88, 9 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 64C 8218 .THE WILLIAMSBUBOH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff, vs. JEROME J. lil'TKlN. et OX, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT To: Jerome J. (lutkln and Sally it. Gutkin. his wife 4100 Marine Drive Chicago, Illinois Yon are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclo-%  nioriu.itupon the following U-scrihed teal propert)-: I*it 20 Block 36 BCQTT LAKE MA Null BUCTK>N FOUR accordlog to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 60 at Page ii'-' "f the I'uhlie Becordi of Dade County. Flgrida. Y'ou arc required to file your answer to plaintiff s complaint with the Cl-rk of Uie aforesaid Court and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE. 14th Floor. Dade Federal Building, Miami :i2. Florida, not later titan Auu-ust II, H64. or a Decree Pro Gonfessp will be entered against gou. DATEli .lul. 23, IM4. B. B. UfiATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (aeal) By! HARUOBRITE MOKVoRD Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff Mill Floor Dade Federal Bldg, Miami 32. Florida 7/|1 8/7 14 M 6 7-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N PROBATE No. 63972-A IN IC: Estate "f DAVID MABCC8 "*NOTICE TO CREDITORS CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH Ji OICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTT. FLA. No. 64C 8018 CORA LEE SMITH, Plaintiff, V s. JESSE SMITH. JR "NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, JESSE SMITH. JR It, -i.i,-ii. %  Unknowi iiii-,l to .-• MC a < your to Divorce Compla nt flk ngalnsi you on I'uilmlfl orn i>(lEoRtlE Xli I mi-AS, 612 N.W. !-•' \v, Miami. Fla.. and flU original with cu-rk of this Conn oi or hefore ::ist of August, 1964, otherwise complaint "ill be confessed b> )"oU. DATED July 34, 1664. F M LEATHERMAN, (seal) By: MAROUERITL MOKFOBD Deput) Clerk g .^^ are no .111.-" I -r To All Creditors and All Persont}-<\inK claims or Demands Against saw are hereby nntifi*-d ami re.Icing KwtatV-.ii -. oitiretl to present any claims and %  uaniL which you may have against I the estatof DAVID atARCUS de,eas-d late of l.de 0"g^g^ I fcTlatjrllrt5n and Final Oischar^ IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58795-A IX RE: Eatate of ABRAHAM GDISBI RO MOTICC OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given thai i havo Final Report filed th, d: and that "n the Florida Counilllltv. FlolJndges mane s provi.l-.l lii Section 7:::: 16, Statutes. Ill their offices In th tv Courthouse in Dad i,ln. within Six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this tn day of July. K.V. II DR. vi."ri >i: MAR' i > CHARLOTTE SAROFF As Executor* First publication -f this notici on the 7th da) of August, 1964. I.E..X A EPSTEIN Attorney for Estate 12" Lincoln Bd Miami ,V g^ h ;,Jj?i.2g tat19th da) of tl i lonorAugust, 1964, will appl) table County Judges of Dade i ounty, Florida, for approval of said r n %  '•"; p.,rt and for distribution and final discharge as Administrator, i T.A, OT the estate of thlllN.W-1 .!• -I decedent -J-ll>l"dh day of .< BARRETT M. ROTHENBERO, Administrator C.T.A. Of the E*l ite of AliBAllAM OINSBI RO •-•''307, Blsca) nBuild Miami. Florid i CAIDIN A ROTBENBERC Attorney :inr, Itlscayn. Building Miami, Florida ? ... 7-14 7 V"i i. '"it> Newgniin NAtO, I' nk 1. '.Hi Si dl.-.l July i -.MI.i: I.I ii I'-iv WEINS'C CK, I'. %  H. %  '•!. "' 16066 -ii, %  i i'c %  -id' 8ERMAt\. I..s. : -I Ulan .lal•e^ • 'ii"l V K.-i-idGRAUE i vli loa iv "i Nw Y,,lk and "• moth, r of radio comniegti.i i:-u Ora-er. died July M. Msfcrin New York City. Riverside. HELLE c %  %  '• ''' "" Ave^ tiled July 36. Services In New Tom City. Riverside. LAMt>AU. IM Alii-.' 7'.. ..I" I"7,1 'ollina-Avs-rvic-N. Vork City. Bhrarsi,:-. CE4WON. Sam. I'.I IM 71st St.. died J.. .'" l: • HOfFER, Midi... M 47. of l'."Ul NE Slet'Ot .11.1 July -'•. Itiversiile. LAMfJAC. Mrs. Ma". •• %  "f 7-"" '•• %  1llnsAv, died .I'll. -• Services i" ChlSSl'. Itivershl-. MOMENSTERN, Morris. 7'. of 620 oth F-t di-ii Jul. •-".• Riverside. GINSBERG, Nail'.,' si. of If-'l Enclld A • Riv-r. RAPP>, .'. %  Soph:of ".--'-' '"oiling A'.S, i ... ri N'-w Yi rk. Itlver.si. BLAU, Nathan, fii. % %  : \'.<3Ti Marseille Dr.,.dled Julv "u. Riverside. LIVWOW. San, II. Miami I'.each. died -i %  N • v ,„ K en, SCUfP>, ll-rinan I. • %  -. ol 230 18th St., f the Clrcu (seal) B) %  I' Cfl'El*AND i i, ... %  M \i: II.\ FINK Attorne) f"i l'l. l nh Kloor ii.i'iFedi ral I Miami "'7'. Floi I la : M:. v7-n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 4330 THE NEW YORK RANK FOR HA VINOS, formerly known as The N.w York BavlngI Rank, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES P. BOSCHUNO, el IM. el al, Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT I'..: Charles B, Va.he and May Vache, his wife, Residence Unknown, and if remarried, their unknown spouses, II living and if dead the unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, legatees, aaalgaees, grantees, llenors, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming bv, through, under or against the above named defendants who may be deceased, You are hereby notified that the above captloned action ha.been Instituted against you in the circuit court of the Judicial Circuit Of Florida In and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the follow lug described real property: Lot 7 Block 1 KAIIU.AWN MAM HI. according to the I'lat thereof recorded in I'lat Book M at Page 12 l'uhlic Records of Dad. County. Florida, together with Hutpolnt Range. RBS6, Serial No. 9027.964; Hotpoint Refrigerator KA-106 Serial No. 166083: Venetian Blinds and Hotpoint Washing Machine L.I1-1 Serial Number 0496S14. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with ihe Clerk of the aforesaid Court and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor. Dade Federal Building. Miami St, Florida, not later than August tl, IM4, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered againsl you. DATED: July x s.:. 1964, E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hail,County, Florida (seal) B) : MARUCER1TE MORFORD lienuiv Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff nib Kloor Dade Fed. ral Bldg Miami ;;-. Florida 7/11, > 7-14-^1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBME No. 4W000-D IN RE: Esta'e Ol RICHARD II. WISENI'.AKI.i: '"N'O'TVCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims oi Demands Againsl Paw Cst'ltc Tou are hereby notified and resent any claims and devoii may have against the -stale of RICHARD II. WISENBAKER deceased late of Dad. t'oiii.Fioiida. t,. ih. Count) Judges of untv. gnd file the same In ml aprovided In Section their ofquired t,, pi, man,Is which ty, Had dupllcal IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 638S8A IN RE: Estate ol MARY BVRRON '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH credit.., s and All Per sot Having claims or i'. mind.Against Su i I'-i'ii, You are hereby notified and required to present an> olaln and demands which you may h..w:u.ain-t the estate of MARY BARBON deceased lat I '"'" Coin t) ion,!,. t,, the Count) Judges • %  : Dade I ounIIII.I file the same In duplli ate an i Kectloti 7:: 16 Florida duplicate ami as p..,.,.,-., ,,, .-....--.. ; v „,„, ,,„. uisoiire %  -• %  %  ;7",", H; Florid.. Statutes, iii their or„ Br „vldod In Section -'•'' i". Florida Noes in the County Courthouse In s ,.,,,,,,.„_ i„ u,,.,, „rri, In thi Couni.,,lCounty. Florlila. within six cni. ,.,„„., u ,, u> ,. \„ Dade Count) Florandar months from the time of the nisi publican..n hereof, or the same will he barred. „, Dated Bl Miami, Florida, this 60th da. Of July, \ D. HM',4. i v 1 v ,.,. 1 THOMAS en \I:I.I:S \\ I>I.M VKI.I. and ROBERT W1SENBAKER as Co-Executors l-'irst publication of this notice on the 7th d i) of August, >'"' %  ',.,. ARONOVITZ, SILVER .v B4 HER Attorney for 'o-Executors iii. 7 Alnsle) Building Miami. Florida f ..,,.„.„ Ida witiun sis calendar mouths trom the time of the first public ttloi her of. or Ihsainw ill be bai Dated at Miami. Florida 20th da. of July, \ i' IM4 IRVINtl BARRON AE\ CUtO First publication of th : • on the -tih da) of Julv. SIMON. HAYS QRCNDJA Attorn, ss lor Estate 101 Ain-ley Building Miami. Florida S3162 7/24•> %  • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63682A IN RE: Estate ,,t RBNJAM1N I.. I.EVINSON Peoeas-d NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons liaviiu: Claims or Demand* Against Said Estate: .. Tou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which voti may have againsl ih, estate of Benjamin Il.-vmson deceased late "i Dads County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 7:!".!>>. Florida Statutes, in their offices In!' thCount) Courthouse In Dade Counts Florida within six calendar months from the :n I the first publication hereof or the same will be bi I. I ...i, ,1 at Miami. Florida, th 20th da) of July, A D. 1964. r\ I:I,I N >' LEVINS! >N \. Executrix First publ itlon of this notice on ,1,. >4th I July, 1964 MYERS, HEIM \N S KAPLAN Attorne; • I Ivecul i \ v\ i 7/24-31, 8. 7-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63511 IN" RE: Estate of ROBERT CHARLES H I \1 •—,as-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claim, or Demands against Saul Eatate: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims ana demands which you may ha.against the estate of Robert I "harleUnas deceased late of l >ndCounty, Florida, to the Count) Judges ,.f Dad< County, and file illsame in duplicate and as provided In Section 7S6JI4, Florid. Statutes, in thelt offices In the County Courthouse In l>nde County, i*lorwlthln sis calendat month* from the time of the first publli %  hart I of, the sainwill be bs Dated -ii M ami, Florida lb l7tu da) "i julv. A.I • 1964 I.i >CIS > KATZ I.i il IS HA AH As Vim 'i; v. • pphi ition ol • %  on the 24th da) oi Jul) MYERS, IIEIMAN fi KA attorneys for \dmlnl iratora 11 a. s VV Isl .-i Miami, Plot 7. ..... 7-14



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    'Jewish Flor idian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Voluiie 37 Number 33
    Miami. Florida. Friday. August 14, 1964
    Two Sections Price 1. '
    Prominent Republican Repudiates Racists Under GOP Banner
    By Special Report
    JNGTON One of the na-
    ^po'-t prominent liberal Re-
    Hs has issued a statement
    B? that "the greatest
    the proud history of the
    r."! Party is that racists
    such hope under our oan-
    layor Thcnlore McKeldin.
    Of Baltimore, former Governor of
    Maryland,
    The statement was made July 25
    in the wake of endorsements by
    two Ku Rlirx Klan leaders of the
    candidacy of Sen. Barry Goldwat-
    er. Republican of Arizona, for
    President
    On July 23. the Miami Herald
    reported from Tallahassee that
    Robert Creel. Grand Dragon of the
    Alabama Ku Klux Klan. had en-
    dorsed Sen. Goldwater. The dis-
    patch by Lawrence Minear, of
    the New York Herald Tribune
    News Service, quoted Creel as say-
    ing:
    "Barry Goldwater is going to
    be elected. I like Barry Gold-
    water. I believe what he be-
    lieves in. I think the same way
    he thinks. So does George Wal-
    lace. But he is only one man,
    and he can only do so much.
    They need our help."
    Minear reported that Creel also
    aid of Ihc Klan: "We are not sim-
    ply a bunch of nigger-knockers.
    We represent the majority of the
    people of Alabama, who hate Nig-
    ^erism. Catholicism, Judaism,
    and all the 'ism** of the whole
    world."
    Creel, according to Minear, SS
    all opponents of the Civil Rigli
    Act must unite "whether in tl"
    Ku Klux Klan. the John Bir
    Society, or the White Citize
    Councils."
    On July 25. Don McKee, of t
    Associated Press, reported Iro
    Atlanta. Ga.. that "Georgia's t'
    Ku Klux Klan official join
    Continued on Page 10-A
    pe Paul Asks Jews
    To Dialogue'en Same
    Spiritual Ideals Now
    ideals'
    iJTA) Pope Paul
    itcd the "Jew ish pe >
    ihiul io the religion which
    that ol the Old Testa
    Io join the Catholic
    in discussing common
    lirsl encyclical lie has is
    he ascended to the
    13 months ago, Pope
    cti n led a similar Invlta
    Moslems anil to followers
    great Aim Asiatic reli
    But he made a point of
    ting his appeal for "pro-
    and defending common
    .- directed to the Jews,
    pressing the bishops of the
    lie Church, to whom the
    plica I was directed primar-
    ie Pope ftated: "I think
    y opening our heart to you
    Bishops), we are opening
    it OOt or.ly to all the faithful of
    theCli.'ch of God but. especial-
    ly, to those whom our voice can
    reach beyond the limits of the
    flock of Christ."
    The Pontiff underscored the
    need io discuss relations between
    the Catholic Church and the non-
    1 'hristia i reli ions in the fourth
    and lasl i hapter of the 15,000 orcl
    document. Here he noted that,
    aroi nd the I atholic Church, there
    i- a circle vast in extent, yel no)
    (at away from the Catholics
    This circle, he stated, "is made
    up ol the men who above all adore
    I he One Supremo God Whom W(
    too adore, Wc refer to the lnl
    (lien, worthy of our affectionate
    i i' ct, of the Jewish people,
    faithful to the religion which we
    i all thai ol the Old Testament
    Then to the adi rers <>i God ac-
    cording to the conception of mon-
    theism, the Moslem religion
    especially, deserving our admira-
    tion for ,iil th..t i- true and good
    Continued on Pane 8A
    Torpedo Boats
    or Viets May
    Be Gift of UAR
    /VIA fOff McKtLDIN
    votes not thot important
    \\ ISHINGTON iJTA I -- The
    posyibi1itj was being considered
    here this week that the North Viel
    \ torpedo boats which attack
    i the American destroyer in the
    Gull i Tonkin were supplied bj
    Kansas City Ant!-Jewish
    Bombings Attract FBI Eye
    Argentine Jews Present Gov't.
    With Evidence of Hate Material
    PRESIDENT MEETS DELEGATION
    PAGE 11 A
    -
    4FH* JAIN TERM
    ar Rabbis
    Tallah
    assee
    lawful
    AHASSEE (JTAi
    rabbis were among nine
    and Negro clergymen who
    eleased alter serving four
    t a 60-day jail term which
    posed after thc-y refused as
    er of principle to pay $500
    upon conviction of "un-
    assembly" in connection
    it-m efforts to desegregate
    terminal in 1961.
    Jewish clergymen. Kabbi
    Dresner of Springfield. N.J..
    abbi .Martin Freedman of
    n. N.J.. were convicted in
    pal Court here in lSMil
    were jailed last week alter
    Is to the United States Su-
    Couii were rejected on
    al ground^. No reason was
    or the release of the clergy-
    hieh was ordered by Mum-
    udge John Rudd.
    BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
    Documented prooi of anti-Semitic
    materials spread in this country
    by Huessein Triki, the Arab
    League representative in Argen-
    tina, was submitted this week to
    foreign Minister Miguel Angel
    Zavala Ortis by DAIA, central
    body Of organized Argentine Jew-
    ry.
    Ihc material was s,.[it to the
    Foreign Minister by Dr. Isaac
    Goldonbcrg, president of DAIA.
    and iieni Gesang, the organiza-
    tion's secretary, who told Zavala
    Ortiz that "the Arab League i* a
    foreign organism whose anti-
    Judaism campign in this country
    is not racial, but political, pro-
    moted with anti-democratic, totali-
    tarian objectives."
    Declaring that "there never
    existed an Arab-Jewish question
    in Argentina," the DAIA-lead-
    er< stated "we distinguish be-
    tween the foreign Naxi move-
    ments in this country and the
    Arab sector of the Argentine
    people."
    The DAIA leaders asserted fur-
    ther: "We regret that there should
    . xisl the mistaken impression
    Continued on Paje 9 A
    WASHINGTON .MA The
    Federal Bureau ol Investigation
    has received information on anti-
    Jewish bombings in Kansas City,
    \lo.. and is believed t.i be parti-
    cipating in an investigation launch-
    ed by Kansas City police it was
    earned here
    Kansas City police officials an-
    nounced that a pattern of anti-
    Jew ish terrorism has emerged in
    Kansas City during the past sev-
    en month.- Five bombings or at-
    tempted bombings have occurred
    at the homes and businesses of
    Jewish persons, police said. The
    bombings were described as a
    "pattern" involving anti-Semit-
    ism.
    Police are now probing the lat-
    est blast which last week de-
    stroyed the interior of a res-
    taurant owned by Melvin Rol-
    sky. Mr. Rolsky is Jewish, and
    his name has figured in the
    news.
    The first of the five Incidents
    in the anti-Jewish patterns oc
    i nire.l Jan. 2<>. when two uncx
    ploded dynamite bombs were
    found outside the homes ol Irving
    Achtenberg, an attorney, and Dr.
    Lazare Shapiro, a physician. The
    names ol both intended victims
    had appeared in newspaper pub-
    licity prior to the attempt.
    Two days later, an explosive
    charge was detonated against the
    wall ol a discount store operated
    by proprietors of Jewish faith.
    The explosion resulted in dam
    age estimated at $40,000. On Apr.
    21, the same store was damaged
    by -till another blast. Police con-
    cluded now that the only conceiv-
    able thread linking the bombings
    and attempted bombings of Jews
    as anti-Semitism.
    Accuse Paraguay of Barring
    Return of Nazi Dr. Mengele
    HAMBURG i JTA i Alfredo
    Stroesser, head of the Paraguay
    an Government, was accused here
    this week by Der Spiegel, mass
    circulation weekly, of having re-
    fused to honor the Bonn Govern-
    ment's demand lor the extradition
    ol Dr yjengele, the infamous
    Auschwitz "selection doctor" be-
    cause Mr. Stroesser' own l'aniiiv
    is of Bavarian origin.
    According to the weekly. "Die
    tator Stroesser" has threatened to
    cut oil all relations with Bonn if
    it persisted in demanding Men-
    gele's extradition.
    Der Spiegel claimed that Men-
    gele "is being supported by a
    number of Nazis in Paraguay."
    The court in Frankfurt, now try-
    ing 22 former administrative
    and medical personnel at Ausch-
    witz, has offered a reward of
    60,000 deutschemarks for the ap-
    prehension of Mengele.
    The "selection doctor" is under
    indictment for murder and cruelty
    committed during his service at
    Auschwitz.
    The Universities ol Frankfurt
    Continued on Page 11-A
    Egypt it has been definiti
    hed that E [> pt sold Ri
    sian military equipmentinch
    Soi iel torpedo boatsto l:
    China after Moscow ceased shi
    ping arm- to the Peiping re)
    ausi ol ideological difference
    Information received in Wa>h
    ir.gtun indicated that F.gypt i <
    <, rt:> obtained newer types
    naval craft such as the Soviet
    built motor torpedo boats, includ-
    ng the missile-firing "Komar
    -. and has a surplus ol mol >i
    torpedo boats, previously recei'
    from the Soviet Union Al I
    same time it is known here that
    the Egyptian government, friei
    I..- to both Keel China and North
    \ iel Nam. ha> sold vario is i
    ries "i surplus So> iet arms
    the Far Bast,
    One of the opinions prevailing
    Continued on Page 3-A
    Cyprus Crisis
    Ends Vacation
    For Shazar
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Pi -
    [dent Zalman Shazar Tuesday de-
    cided to cancel a vacation trip
    he bad planned to start in view
    ol the ten-inn over the latest de-
    velopments in Cyprus which the
    Israel Government is watching
    with utmost attention.
    Tin Foreign Ministry here was
    preparing a response to two .ip
    peals sent by Cyprus President
    Makarlos to President Shazar The
    appeals were ol identical text sent
    io heads 0| state of other coun-
    tries. They urged Israel to Use
    its influence to put an end to what
    President Makanos railed "Tur-
    kish acts of aggression constitut-
    ing a crime against humanity
    and serious damage- to interna-
    tional peace
    A report from Cyprus said that
    Alvin Rosenfeld, American born
    correspondent in Israel for the
    National Broadcasting Company
    and New York Herald Tribune,
    was seriously wounded in Cyprus
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    Viet Nam May Have Been
    Given Boats by Nasser
    Beoch Police Athletic League, in co-
    Irt.or. with the Miami Beach Recreation
    r:~ent, has for the past few years con-
    Id a summer teen-age Bowling League.
    ijs are members of the Beach PAL, with
    frcseation Department supplying counsel-
    Tr.s year's sponsor was Miami Beach
    '0, Knights of Pythias, with the amount
    3C donated for bowling fees and trophies.
    130 youngsters par*icipated in 1,382
    bowling lines, with 27 trophies awarded at a
    special Court of Honor on July 30. Left to right
    are Allen Rosen, high average for boys, North
    Shore; Dave Weisman, past chancellor. Lodge
    170; Gayle Sterne, high average for girls,
    North Shore; Irene Sassoon. high average for
    girls, Flamingo; Paul Grand, master at arms,
    Miami Beach Lodge 170; and Roy Anzek, high
    average for boys, Flamingo.
    rab Families Stay in Israel Territory
    JSALEM (JTA1 Four
    \r;il> families occupy-
    in i in a section of the
    of Bail Safafa. on the Jor-
    I ..icter. south of Jerusal-
    pteci this week to let Israel
    norm- for them in Israeli
    pry. gather than live under
    lian jurisdiction,
    opportunity to choose be-
    living in Israel or in Jor-
    la- given the six Arab house-
    ifter an unusual agree-
    reached by Israel and Jor-
    peacefully ending a dispute
    ;'ie United Nations Jor-
    |n-I>raeli .Mixed Armistice
    lission,
    border. To prevent further inci-
    dents, Israel told the United
    Nations it would build a fence
    around its section of the village.
    Jordan objected to the fence.
    Finally, the Israelis agreed that
    they would cede to Jordan a
    small tract of land, 30 feet by
    45 feet, so as to settle the bor-
    der.
    discuss the issue
    now in recess foi
    summer.
    The Knesset is
    the resl of the
    Continued 'rom Page 1-A
    here is that President Nasser of
    Egypt is now "playing off"
    Peiping against Moscow to ex-
    tract maximum advantage from
    both, just as he has successful-
    ly played off the East against
    West. Nasser recognized North
    Viet Nam, backed the Viet Cong
    forces as "freedom fighters,"
    and lauded Ho Chi Minh.
    Although Egypt needs arms for
    h- continuing militarj interven-
    tion in Yemen, it is nevertheless
    known that Nasser has not only
    resold surplus Soviet weapons but
    that he also sells weapons of his
    iwn manufacture, made with the
    help of German technicians now
    working in Egypt on military
    establishments. Among arms sold
    by Egypt have been military air- j
    ] craft, torpedo boats, tanks, artil-
    lery, automatic weapons, mortars,
    machineguns, and rifles.
    Since Cairo desired to keep
    secret its anus manipulations with
    countries out of favor with Mos-
    cow, like Red China, it is con
    sldered here possible that neither
    American nor Soviet intelligence
    evaluated the extent of the clan
    destine sales and shipments. Tor-
    pedo boats, moving under then
    bj a refuelling ship and easily
    move from Suez to the Far East
    The torpedo boats believed sold
    by Egypt to Red China or \ rt i
    Viet Nam would have been among
    those obtained in the 1950's at
    bargain rates and on easj pay-
    ment terms offered by Moscov
    its anxiety to infiltrate the '
    world.
    leth David Will
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    Simons on his S.ith birthday and
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    Volume 37
    Number 33
    Friday. Jfeiguat 14. 1964
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    Mayor McKeldin
    Feels the Dilemma
    The statement by Baltimore
    ". a y o r Theodore McKeldin re-
    sets the feeling of many Repub-
    rans of good will who have been
    i nddened by the nomination of
    5 ML Barry Goldwater as GOP
    I cinderd-bearer in the 1964 Presi-
    : entjal cempaian. In this in-
    l rince Mayor McKeldin reacted
    the Ku Klux Klan esoouscl of
    E ML Goldwater s candidacy as
    ne greatest sheme in the croud
    - story of the Republican Party"
    accuse "racists now find such
    ?pe under our banner."
    Mayor McKeldin thus joins a
    :io:e croup of ideologically-
    icken national leaders who
    - ddenly find themselves without
    : pen
    The question it seems to us.
    not so much the KKK and other
    :err.:st organizations that have
    : atuitously joined the Goldwater
    - ^ndwagon. The question is why
    e Senctor refuses to accept their
    support and why they were
    r andled so graciously at the GOP
    c invention in San Francisco.
    Mayor McKeldin, as an honest and dyed-
    ..--the-wool Republican, does not like the com-
    pany in which he suddenly finds himself.
    ?either do other self-respecting members of the
    party. They are not willing, by their own
    i ature. to give equivalent stature to the hate-
    n ongers now in their midst.
    Mayor McKeldin feels that "Votes are not
    c: prime importance to our party; nor are vic-
    tories; nor existence itself, if such existence de-
    rends on hatred ." This is, of course, an
    :trerr.e position. Even the best Republicans
    s lould not be expected to go that far: from
    Gov. F.omney to Gov. Scranton.
    But it highlights the Republican dilemma
    :dcy more than ever. It puts a political party
    . alted in the history of this nation in the posi-
    t on of consorting with an'.i Semites and other
    reddlers of hate. The dilemma is a sad one
    .. deed.
    Mr. Johnson is to be congratulated for his
    persistence.
    The President has, of course, offered sim-
    ilar cooperation to the other nations of the
    Middle East. Unhappily, their leaders remain
    firmer in their purpose to plan for war than for
    peace.
    It's Hard to Sit Back
    The Ecumenical Council resumes its delib
    ations Sept. 14. Church authorities have told
    : me and again that the Ecumenical is Strict-
    church business; and perhaps it is about
    t.me that Jewish organizations and leaders took
    .-.em seriously and sat back in hopeful antici-
    pation rather than in open argument among
    t-emseives on how best to influence the pro-
    ceedings there.
    If nothing else, the first two sessions show-
    e:: the Ecumenical wouldn't be influenced, not
    Even by our loudest pleas.
    Still, it is heartening to note the disclosure
    by the Ecumenical Council's press director that
    the two known declarations on Jews and non-
    Christians and on religious freedom" will
    definitely be discussed when the Sept. 14 ses-
    s.on opens.
    In the light of such an exciting disclosure,
    u is pretty hard simply to sit back.
    Desalination for Peace
    President Johnson this week announced
    the first meeting of a joint United States-Israel
    Committee to plan the u3e of nuclear energy
    for desalination of the sea.
    The announcement iirect opposition
    the spirit Game! Abd?: N'asser has been
    trying to foment an;o:; \ :b nations, par-
    ularly relating to In | onal water pro-
    ject.
    A Variety of Resolutions
    The resolutions emerging out of the 69th
    annual convention of the Jewish War Veterans
    of the U.S.A.. meeting at the Diplomat Hotel
    are to be commended.
    The JWV's demand Wednesday that both
    Presidential nominees repudiate the support
    of radical groups of either the right or left is
    particularly pertinent at this time. Also of cur-
    rent impoitance is the veterans organization s
    committment to full implementation of the Civil
    Rights Act and expansion cf President John-
    son's anti-p-cverty program.
    Add to this the JWV's consideration of the
    Middle East situation among the ninety-sever,
    resolutions originally scheduled for discussion
    here, and one gets the feeling that the JWV's
    69th annual convention is probably one of the
    busiest and most fruitful in the recent past.
    History Repeats Itself
    The report this week about the torpedo
    boats involved in the North Viet Nam attack
    against an American destroyer in the Gulf o;
    Tonkin reminds us of World War II.
    Remember the days when American scrap
    metal was being shot back at us through Jap-
    anese guns and bombs?
    If the report is accurate, then the torpedo
    boats came to Viet Nam from Nasser's Egypt
    which in turn got them from the Soviet Union.
    But Egypt's purchase of massive amounts of
    armament is being largely facilitated by the
    huge loans the United States has been extend-
    ing the UAR over the years loans explained
    by our State Department as dollar credits for
    the purchase of food.
    This may be so. But the money Nasser
    saves on food seems increasingly to be direc-
    ted toward Moscow for the acquisition of war
    materiele. Among the items, apparently, were
    torpedo boats now in service, courtesy of D;
    tator Nasser, in Viet Ncm. History certc:
    ns to be repeati. with the U.S. none
    the wiser as a consequence of past experience.
    during (he week
    ..". as i see it
    bf LEO MINDLIN
    T t$ MOW g than ynt
    since Ust I u^m ^
    The happy memories stUni
    ger of the cities, the vjjS
    the hills, the steep mo^
    and the jagged canvonsfafiS
    precipitously away fmm yj
    on the road south i rectM
    excitement of new \1^nJ!
    Lw, www .... at ever>. tBrn. thf ~
    m |x-opl<- and historic ^Qf7z
    a land that la> Ion.; ii|w "
    was reemerging beneath the loving hand of honest labor, i rem
    ber the drcp over Lydda. the drive to Tel Aviv, passing huge dl
    trucks driven by men wearing beards and skullcaps, the "crawly
    downtown area like any other elsewhere in the world.
    Jerusalem and Haifa are still fond images la my mind: the ^
    a divided city down to Musrara. where Barclay's Bank stand* -.?
    marked by shells from the war. unrepaired quite as if Mother Brit*
    stUl expects someday to return, and on up to Abu Ter. from^tj*
    you can look out across the Mount of Olives; the other modern, sm
    ing and metropolitan, with industry burgeoning up the ports sal.
    the bay and women dressed super stvbshlv along the eav siJ
    circling the heights. ""
    The sites of our ancient past come back each time a little U
    fresh to my mind's eye. a bit more confused; hot still the) vKu u
    the effort at recall: Bet Shearim. Tiberias. Masada, Meg [ids Mt
    Tabor. Timna. Ein Gedi and >o many others.
    But ever vivid remains my view of the desert a blasted *
    of red and purple lock as far as the eye can see. now flat, now risw I
    to terrifying heights in an unLelicvabie lunar la'-a-eap.-. .
    Imagine! would be the consequence upon the ,ir;h ..i ...
    holocaust fifty or a hundr-d years after the fact
    A GKtATtlt StNSt Of NISTOfff
    IT is inconceivable thai here ll Israel's future v
    are Baying so. the nation's leaders, and Ihej have Bin
    urahly rolled back the barren regions to establi h centers
    cant population far from the crowded cities in t!
    more, the nation*!enemies are saying so, .. we|l W ..taii
    need to (festrm Israel now is the need to do it before tl
    been conquered Hence the accelerated pace of their
    tin- lace of Israel's developing watei system; hence thi
    to tapping the Jordan from the Sea of Galilee which. ev ....
    their concern, tend to forge) Ues wholly within tin .
    bordea
    I spent much time in the desert, not alone t,, ,u-.
    speakably beautiful colors and the inevitable hum .in atti..
    something that is both terrifying and awesome 1 ipe i
    to etch upon my mind a world that will net long survivi
    unchanged through the millenia and one which must incut .
    way to the drive toward reconstruction For, in a verj res
    1 could detect a greater sense of histon there than in thi art-into I
    in the museums oral the sites where ancient and revered rabbis lie!
    entombed
    I also spent time there to lock upon the ?hallenee I. .-.
    today and to reassure myself of ultimate success: for example, on flj
    the promontory high above Avdat. with little :>m sand ar
    brilliant blue sky stretching into the distance could this.
    to man's loving labor? Yes. I told myself, the task halt a eenturj
    ago was no less awesome, tnd its fultillment lies in achie\emenu
    such as Haifa and Tel Aviv and Ashdod.
    MIHINT0 Of A MOVING M0MIH1
    THIS IS NOT the only "life" that must come to an end in tl BBBl
    of modern Israel. The shepherd and his Biblical staff -"Tound
    ed by hi> flock, camels and men in their Middle Eastern garb un
    changed since ancient times are also giving way As well. 1 mas:
    Confess. I felt a sadness at the dying view of Bedouin m tl .: nukr
    shift tents on the lonely stretches of sand, ahead) stMMge Iookia.
    particularly if pitched beneath a giant power line threas)inB
    electric fingers over the waste places, (lose up. their IB nol
    admire in the Bedouin, the Dies ringing their eyes that BpJ
    oma, their unspeakable poverty, the utter uselflsaness >: tbi
    into which they are born, and from which they *&-m qiuik j
    But it is inevitable that men. even as they art the pro
    those who have wrought change, should be' sgMjvu'Ojtai *
    past, however alien. And this, perhaps, was The desert atfti
    fascination for me: it* alien quality the seeming taproot of
    ophy if not our person
    Nevertheless, such are the pressures senthwartt. h."<: all i".u-
    ultimately fall before the need to conquer the desert, a need test JDo>
    trated. strangely, on the docks at Haifa I stood on an imuupsT'
    ship to watch a load of Moroccans enter the I'rumise.i Land. B"
    Ship's manifest is now on my desk before me. a memento c rv.o^-
    moment.
    THI DlStRT IS TO/NOtaOrV
    THE IMMIGRANTS WERE broken down into categories of -> J^
    family. Older men and women, with limited or m
    BO agricultural society, were billetted for the bij; cities '!"1 thr
    young were marked for the hinterlands Kir\at Gal Si rnrthtt
    south. For theirs are the brawn and the sweat that will make U
    desert bloom. Theirs are the spirit and the application tl
    Arad out of the sand and made Beersheba an ever-growing -''
    civilization in the wUdasucai
    My love affair with the desert is one. perhaps fashioned in the
    mind of a man who doe.- not have to live there. It i> eaS) to sPeJ
    time in the vast stillnes.v the deep silence, if the objective has im-r.'l)
    been to shoot thousands of feet of film for future reietvm.....**
    the art of it. And one tends to become exalted m one's '> '''
    it the objective was also to touch the past better than it on l>< 10**
    ed bi a mob


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    M in Jerusalem, where the smell of cheap casoline burne..
    oi autos in a traffic snarl brings the present too closely upon
    to give u the awesome meaning that untrammeled toolauon offers
    Nevertheless it is a meaningful love, for it Beams in m> "
    ive taken precedence ovei the other beauuml things
    Safad on Shavuot In the sun and in the fog and mist, the bn 'k',u.
    o\ or Chulefa on the heighU at Te| t'hai: the Bffld
    M ron al midnight on Lab B'Omer eve; the exqu
    hi the road from Tiberias, with D<
    Bet making an exquisite Van Gogh landscape .
    the desert i- tomorrow
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    *Jeistitlcridian
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    UTTERS TO THE EDITOR
    Wagner Musk Should Still be Banned
    roud of their Service Certificates are these B'nai B'rith Worn-
    who have helped the Lions Clubs and the Miami News
    iftey Town classes for the past two months. Dr. Sanford
    (left) presents the citations on behalf of the Dade County
    )ptometric Association for their volunteer oid in children's
    isual screening programs. Shown are Mrs. Herbert Katz,
    resident, Shoshana Chapter; Mrs. Paul Hcrrold, president,
    lorth Dade Council, B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Max Lubel, president,
    Jorth Dade Chapter; and Officer Bob Lang, of the Safety Edu-
    ition Division, Sheriff's Department.
    lew VA Hospital Going Up Here
    Sround will l>e broken this
    tekend for a 1.062-bcd Veterans
    Immigration hospital in Miami,
    ivas announced by Roy Brooks,
    imissioner of the Florida State
    fpartment of Veteran Affairs,
    Mike J. Perricone, assistant
    Ite service officer.
    Representatives of all South
    arida veterans organizations, as
    as federal, state and local
    gnitaries. are expected to attend
    10 a.m. ceremony at the hos-
    |al site. NW 12th Ave. and 16th
    L. according to Brooks and Per-
    tone, co-chairmen of the Ground-
    hjrr; AtCxpecti'd to be completed by
    December 1. 1966. the 12-story
    ?.6 million medical facility will
    the first veterans hospital
    established here since the found-
    ing of the 450-bed VA hospital in
    Coral Gables in 1947.
    Smith, Korach, Arnold and Asso-
    ciates, of Miami, are the archi-
    tects. The contractor will be J.
    W. Bateson Company, of Dallas,
    Tex.
    EDITOR. The Jewish Meridian:
    The Israel Philharmonic Orches-
    tra Association has decided that
    the ban on Wagnerian music, im-
    posed by the orchestra when
    World War II broke out. will now
    be lifted. The decision was reach-
    ed without opposition.
    The Israel Philharmonic Orches-
    tra Association, as well M many
    other institution*, sometimes in-
    cluding the State of Israel, seems
    iiulined to forget that it is the
    creation of the Jewish people as a
    whole, and anything wbiCO is
    established there is made with
    trie help, contribution and energy
    of world Jewry's efforts.
    Those who are the beneficiar-
    ies of these efforts should re-
    member the purpose of the State
    and the goals for which it came
    into being. It is amazing that
    there are living witnesses of
    these efforts, in this same gen-
    eration, who are ready to grab
    the State from the Jewish peo-
    ple and to shape it into their
    own image.
    This State has to remain a Jew-
    ish State where Jewish pride con-
    , tinues to be held dear and digni-
    , lied.
    Therefore. I am dismayed that
    such a decision could be reached
    : by the Israel Philharmonic Orches-
    tra, which, after all, is also one
    j of the creations of world Jewry
    and that Jewish dignity could be
    so disregarded by them that Wag-
    | ner. Hitler's "liebling" composer,
    ! should now be played by Jews.
    This alone should be enoughnot.
    even taking Richard Wagner's!
    personal sentiments against the
    Jews into considerationto sus-
    tain the Wagnerian ban in the
    State of Israel forever.
    The trend to disregard Jewish
    dignity and pride, and the ten-
    dency to de-Judaize the State of \
    Israel, is provoking great animos-
    ity among Jews all over the world,
    and raises unavoidable questions i
    regarding the future character of
    the State of Israel. To stop these;
    trends is the urgent duty which
    laces responsible leaders in Is-
    rael. j
    MAURICE GOLDRING
    Miami Beach
    -----O-----
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    For those who decry publica-
    tions dealing only with Jewish af-
    lairs and ignoring what is going
    on in the world, I would recom-
    mend that they read Leo Mind-
    lin's editorial in The Jewish
    Floridian, dated July 24.
    This editorial was truly a mas
    terpiecc of straight, logical think
    ing, and one would hope that it
    reaches the desk of Sen. Go
    water, whose thinking is indee
    as Mr. Mindlin says, of the 19 i
    century.
    Also in this same issue, t
    article by Max Lerner pointii .
    out Goldwater's affinity for G(
    many ought to be emblazoned
    the minds of all Jews, whose me >
    Dries are all too short.
    It occurs to me that Mr Mil
    tin's article and Lerner s \<
    might (and should I be the core
    several sermons by our rabl
    who. lor the most part, are al
    living in the 19th and previo
    centuries. If they spoke on the -
    matters instead of the soporii
    diet they feed their congregan
    they would attract many mo a
    people to their temples and syi
    gogues.
    Too long we have heard cleri
    CTJ "but that is politicsand no
    of our business." Are justice ai ;
    the survival of humanity not t
    business of men of God?
    Again, thanks to Mr. Mindl
    for his fine, courageous article.
    MRS. B. KWART H
    Miami Beach
    City Beauty Experts Meet
    Ten City of Miami projects pro-
    posed by the Beautification Com-
    mittee to give the city a new look
    were outlined at a luncheon Wed-
    nesday in the Columbus Hotel,
    Santa Maria Room.
    Pallot says the projects, costii -
    about $400,000, are planned for t
    next fiscal year.
    Pallot said the improvomen
    are needed "to help Miami reta
    its image as a tropical paradis
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    Friday. August L{ i
    Red's Deny Anti-Semitism Charges
    GENEVA JTA Presenta-
    tion of documented charges of
    nent of Russian
    Jewry at the current ~e-ion of
    the 1'nited Nations Economic and
    ~c!al Council session here last
    wet-k provoked an angry denial
    Soi .
    The charge* Acre made by
    Bartur, Israel s permai
    idor at Geneva, who out-
    be plight ui Soviet J<
    in detail He called the situation
    Soviet Union, which he did
    r.tion h> name, a "\ erj
    acute case of an -m He
    rred to the \irulently anti-
    k Judaism Without
    -r.ment." pubh-hed by the
    Ukrainian Academj o( Sciences,
    itbdi fter a
    worldwide storm of protest Then
    he >aid that -;.Tiilar b> ks
    Students Attend
    Leaders' Course
    In Hendersonville
    - teenager- Betfa Tor
    . h gn al .1! per. I
    iom .lie. N C at
    the annual L- Trail.in,' In
    ktituti f the S
    nited S\ r ii Youth, a 25.-
    -member youth organization of
    the nservative synagogue move-
    Sidney Buenick, Youth Com
    i ittee chairman, announced
    1 nder the direction of Advisor
    Mar-had Baltuch the youngsters
    \.d! attend seminar-, workshops
    services and participate in oul-
    il and religion > programs, ai
    as plan activities for their
    rtaptera for the current year.
    th Torah was the winner of two
    chapter awards at the regional
    conclave held in April, and two
    ts member-. Steven Weininger,
    Sheri Handel, serve as of-
    :- of the South Florida Sub-
    n
    a ho will attend the in-
    Ill include Aaron Abramowitz,
    Sti en Weiniager Bennie Bngel.
    Deanne Schwartz. Toby CaveU,
    -i Shantzi.-. Richard Kagan.
    ttie Karp. Roger Leff and
    tin Weinii ho will be a
    ( IT
    v. ere later published and distribut-
    ed b> the State Publishing House
    for Political Literature in Mos-
    cow.
    Rejecting assertions that criti-
    cism ot the Soviet Union stemmed
    only from hostility to its ideology.
    he -aid Communist >ource* had
    sharply i mimed anti-Serai-
    t.c developments in Russia.
    V. N. Bendryshev, the Soviet
    representative, took the floor
    several times during Bartur s
    presentation. Delegates from
    several western countries, in-
    cluding the United States, also
    j- ned in the discuss'on, ex-
    pressing their surprise that the
    conditions cited by Bartur still
    existed 15 years after proclama-
    tion c the Universal Declara-
    tion of Human Rights.
    Ben ir\-hev'- first intervention
    came during Bartur's quoting
    from Communist sources. The
    So\ let delegate interrupted on a
    as required to adhere to the
    lisi ission, the report
    ( the Human Right- Commission
    Bartur then concluded hi- state
    with an urgent appeal to
    to take prompt action to
    .-en.. n insufferable situa-
    tion" h" said contra lieted the
    print iples ; human rights
    The Soviet delegate then took
    the floor to deny the charges and
    t assert that there were now in
    Russia Vi synagogues, that Jews
    were treated like all other soviet
    citizen-, that Jew- who had emi-
    grated from Russia to Israel
    wanted to return and that Israeli
    Jew- visiting the Soviet Union
    wanted to remain He said "Juda-
    l-m Without Embellishment" had
    been withdrawn from circulation
    and that discrimination did not
    exist now in Russia and would
    never exist
    Bartur took the floor to reply
    and said that while anti-Semitism
    (ted in other countries besides
    Russia, nowhere else were such
    anti-Semitic publications as those
    hi had cited issued under au-
    spice- oi Governments, state pub-
    lishing bouses or national acad-
    emies
    He said he did not wish to dis-
    cuss the Soviet delegate's asser-
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    tion of 97 synagogues but he
    wanted to remind 6COSOC that
    a 19S6 United Nations report had
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    judging from Bendryshev's state-
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    deduce that some 3S0 synagogues
    had been shut down since 19S6.
    In his openiny statement, the
    Israeli diplomat said that while
    it uas true that there \\a- no
    physical persecution of Russian
    Jews, he wanted to pose the QUO
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    artificial assimilation enforced [
    by the strong apparatus of a
    powerful state wa.- not almost as
    grave a phenomenon."
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    book- he -aid that if public opin-
    ion in Russia was "guided by
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    ever] reason for urgent alarm."
    "He concluded by stressing the
    acute human problem" of re-
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    sufferable situation for millions
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    'V Commander's Banquet Saturday
    Highlight 69th Convention Here
    FCR WOMEN'S STORY Stt SEC. B
    kbi .' ondhaus John S. Glcason Jr.
    M >re than 4.000 delegates lrom
    40 stall's arc attending the 63th
    annual national convention of the
    Jewish War Veterans of the
    U.S.A. meeting this week through
    Sunday at the Diplomat Hotel in
    Hollywood.
    According to Bernard Abrams.
    convention chairman, one of the
    highlights of the convention will
    be the National Commander's
    Banquet on Saturday evening.
    Principal speakers at the ban-
    quet honoring National Com-
    mander Daniel Neal Heller, of
    Miami, will be John S. Gleason
    [solutions Run Gamut from Civil Rights
    Stemming Flow of U.S. Aid to the UAR
    rBc OPth annual national con-
    veati<':< "i the Jewish War Vet-
    erttt> the ISA., meeting here
    thw(vk at the Diplomat Hotel,
    is "providing an opportunity to
    asMss the effect of the so-called
    "backlash"' on civil rights and
    othei
    Be-' n';.m- licfore the conven-
    tion include controversial stands
    on i^-ues highlighted by the cur-
    reBt pie election atmosphere. The
    onniMion has already adopted
    a ttr>'i 1: denunciation of extremis)
    group- ol both left and right.
    ^A Question may be raised on
    Ethei the organization should
    idit-iie any Presidential nom-
    inee <-' either party who will-
    ingly < ccepts support of such
    fr+up' as the Ku Klux Klan or
    John t rch Society.
    Tin emergence of rioting and
    viole and changing the char-
    aeter :>i "he civil rights situation
    ate also under intensive discus-
    sion. .IWV 1- committed to
    the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and
    is.expected to favor not only vig-
    orous implementation but expan-
    sion of the Federal anti-poverty
    program to reduce the combust-
    ible climate of deprivation.
    The organization will urge Con-
    gressu iK.i approval this session of
    the in Migration reform bid sub-
    mittc; !> the Administration to
    end th' discriminatory national
    origin- i,.Mta svstem.
    The JWV has long been inter-
    estetl in Israel-American relations
    and is expected to voice concern
    at the present convention on the
    mowing military strength of the
    United Arab Republic.
    Resolutions aimed at stemming
    the flow of American aid to the
    Nasser regime will be submit-
    ted in view of the continued
    heavy shipment of Soviet arms
    to Egypt and the presence there,
    despite many protests, of ex-
    Nazi military technicians and
    other German scientists.
    Meanwhile, the JWV will seek
    to strengthen Israel as a pro-
    western bulwark of democracy
    The Jewish War Veterans of the
    U.S.A. is the oldest active war
    veterans organization in the coun-
    try. In all. it is expected to vote
    on 97 resolutions by the time the
    69th annual convention closes Sun-
    day.
    Daniel N. Heller Daniel F. Foley
    Jr., administrator of Veterans
    Affairs, Veterans Administra-
    tion, and Daniel Foley, Nation-
    al Commander of the American
    Legion.
    In addition to the regular con-
    vention business, delegates will
    participate in a number of work-
    shops conducted by JWV profes-
    sional stalf members.
    Among workshops throughout
    the week have been Welfare Fund
    Representation and Fund-Raising.
    conducted by National Executive
    Director Monroe R. Sheinbtrg and
    JWV Consultant Dr. Seymour
    Weisman; Dr. Morton Sobel, as-
    sistant national executive direc-
    tor, on Membership and Pro-
    gram; and Warren Adler. public
    relations consultant, on Publicity.
    Communications and Publications.
    The convention was launched
    Sunday with an Early Bird Ice
    Breaker Dance Party held at the
    Diplomat.
    Sir Barnett Janner, a Mem-
    ber of Parliament, was present-
    ed with a special award at the
    official opening session of the
    convention on Wednesday.
    On Thursday a Joint Service
    Officers meeting and V.A.V.S.
    Symposium were to be held un-
    der the direction of Charles
    Drescher. national service super-
    visor. JWV national service Of-
    ficers and Dr. Paul Guten. na-
    tional V A.VS. officer. Guests at
    the symposium were to be Red
    mond H. Roche, deputy general
    counsel. Veterans Administration,
    and Sam Rose, V.A. chief of Con-
    tact Service.
    Also on Thursday. Dr Abraham
    c; Duker. director of Libraries
    and Profesaor of History and Soc-
    ial Institutions at Ycshiva Uni
    versity in New York, and Albert
    Schlossberg, national editor of
    JWY's publication. "The Jewish
    Veteran," were to hold a discus-
    sion on "Crisis in Negro-Jewish
    Relationships."
    On Friday depart incut com-
    manders will hold a breakfast
    meeting, and Rabbi Morris A.
    Sandhaus. director of Chaplaincy
    Service. Veterans Administration,
    will be presented with a special
    JWV award.
    On Friday evening, memorial
    Lombardy Slates Cantor Neisenson
    Samet Takes i
    One-Month Leave
    Seymour Samet. executive di-
    ir of the Greater Miami
    tor, American Jewish Com-
    ;ee, ,- in Washington for the
    ith of August as a consultant
    ;he community Relations Ser-
    headed by former Florida
    . LeRoy Collins.
    .hil< on vacation in New York.
    ASanict v as contacted by the sen
    ]^He am! asked for his assistance
    Ja uvis.iltative capacity.
    H^meiuan Jewish Committee ol
    fiCi.il- ' sa\ that Samet is cur
    rently 1,:, ol'iicial leave.
    Renowned Cantor Eli Neisenson
    will officiate at the High Holy Day
    sen-ices at the Lombardy Hotel,
    according to an announcement by
    Abe Gefter this week.
    Getter said that Rabbi Mcshulam
    Cohen will officiate at the pre-
    liminary services and be full-time
    mashgiach "under the strict sup-
    ervision of leading rabbis."
    Meals will be prepared by Gelter
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    Friday. August U, i^.|
    By: EDWARD COHEN
    'Name Calling'is a Part of the News Game
    projecting it uarmh. i
    winner. I can aluays
    one who >impi> pck<
    script and reads it: hi
    T> Gene Strul.
    an extremist i>
    soneone who
    tne> to. deprive
    other- of the
    right- he claims
    o be defending The new- di-
    ector of WCKT recently felt the
    ight-wing "backlasn" a.a:n-i
    he communication;- media.
    potliehted at the Republican
    '."(invention. hen a local John
    Birch Society speaker walked out
    i| a Miami Jaycee- meeting
    than be photographed by
    7 cameraman.
    "While they spout what they
    all Americanism, the extrem-
    I both the right and the left
    eek to deny the constitutional
    of other>. I think it's
    than coincidence that Scott
    Neir.ng al-" took a walk on us
    it a left-wing meeting about 18
    a mths ago. after we had done
    >eries of reports on C'ommun-
    -t attmUei in the area.
    "I don't i-nvy the newscaster:-
    who enjoy fame because of their
    public exposure. The opportun
    ity to be creative, even though
    not in the public eye. is a great
    challenge for anyone who ha-
    the urge to be a good newsman,
    even behind the camera.
    Television has changed journ-
    alism I dont think it necessar-
    ily a fair statement, but sur
    vey- -how that the public be-
    lieves television journalism to be
    more accurate. A good part Ot
    that -tern.-. I imagine, from the
    belief that we have to be fair
    because of Federal control or
    supervision Well, there is a
    point there. We do have a areat
    deal more pressure based on the
    equal time doctrine
    "However, in my 17 years of
    radio and television new- work.
    GENE STINK
    the mew jeoraefisa
    I have never know n the FCC to
    reque-t or order us to give "equal
    time." Ch. 7 does a local film
    Documentary weekly on schools,
    juvenile delinquency, the N'AACP.
    Latin America, the extremists
    and -o on Mainly, we're Inter-
    ested in the South Florida scene
    not sensationalism but educa
    t tonal."
    To cany out his program
    Strul has developed a staff of
    newscasters and photographers
    who are journalist* fir-t
    Great Responsibility
    "Voice and looks are important,
    although no one is certain what
    really make- a winning new-
    ca-ter But someone like Wayne
    Farris. who participates in de-
    veloping the news, a- well as
    3 Silt.
    P tt
    I an v'
    i.ouncer. not a newsman
    photographerj cannot just
    film; their journalistic
    ground enables them to
    Storj before they -h i .t
    There's a great ret
    for television newsmen, partico I
    arty because of the p ,!k ,
    ceptance. and my fa
    emphasis on news rjthor th.i
    glamor is our necessary
    proach ."
    Ou
    :. I
    use th.1
    i_
    That
    out
    II
    pay- oft. strul ,,
    is in the fact thai
    to many award- received by ^
    staff. WCKT tun als
    -cnted with the COVeti
    Award, the bight si honor
    television and radio
    41
    KOSHER h.
    MARSEILLES
    Centrally Air C*nd>t public affairs programs
    Name-Calling
    "Now, we believe in the right
    ,: the extreme groups to be
    ^H-ird and we have given them
    hat right, without tabng sides.
    n a series of reports Our pro-
    ;r^m called 'The Patriots' wa-
    K't an attack on the John Birch
    Society or any of the other ex-
    tremist elements, hut a di>cu-
    of how both right and the
    eft function in terms of the L'oit-
    >"ates Constitution.
    "It was simply a report, but
    lUBfWM that these groups view
    >pothsht on them as an at-
    ack. So the Communi-t- call
    j- Fa-cist- and the Fascists call
    i- Communist.- Our mail arxl
    w calls after the-e programs
    !d indicate that the name-
    kl | is balanced which, sup
    < >-e. is where it should be."
    i 37 year-old Strul. who went
    "" "Ugh the local school system
    m Central Grammar to the
    er-ity of Miami, directs a
    21 nan stafl which produce- the
    il new- -port-, documentar
    ies and
    lor Ch 7
    "I've been intere-ted in the
    news field as long as I can re-
    member. When I m 12. I
    started publishing a mimeo.
    graphed monthly called the
    "Miami American." thanks to a
    $37.50 business loan from the
    late Day Apte. In high school. I
    was a correspondent for the
    News, in college I did free-lance
    work, and when I graduated from
    the university. I went to work
    in the News Department of
    WIOD. I wa> it- new- director
    until I moved over to WCKT in
    the -ame capacity.
    Pope Paul Calls en Jews
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    in their worship of God. and also
    to the followers of the great Afro
    Asiatic religions.
    "Obviously, we cannot share
    their various forms of religion,
    nor can we remain indifferent to
    the fact that each of them, in it
    own way. should regard itself a-
    being equal of any other and
    could authorize its followers not
    to try to di.-cover the perfect and
    definitive form, free of all error,
    which Gorl has revealed as that
    in which He wished to be known.
    loved and served Indeed, loy-
    alty requests us to declare
    ly our conviction that then
    nl> one true religionthai
    Christianity. It is our h
    all who seek Clod and adore Him
    may come to acknowledge it-
    truth.
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    spiritual valves of Hie various
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    ideals of religious liberty, hum-
    an brotherhood, good culture.
    social welfare and civil order.
    For our part, we rt ready to
    enter into discussion on these
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    to take the initiative where our
    offer of discussion in genuine
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    Referring to the need for a
    dialogue between the Catholic
    Church and norvChristian reli-
    -. 'ii.s. and asserting that that i- a
    i which the Church must take
    up v ith renewed fervor today."
    the Pope quoted from two books
    he Old TestamentJeremiah
    and Psalmto the effect that
    e must beg the Lord for the
    al and uplifting gift of speech'"
    and to enable our words to reach
    to the ends of the earth."
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    Friday, August 14, 19^
    Gorinstein Joins
    DuPont Office
    .1 '-<>ph is Gorinsteln has been
    it,,! asso il< manager of
    ,.. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
    .. of Francis L duPont and
    Co it was announced thi- week
    duPont, senior part-
    lonwide investment
    X b> Edmond duP<
    \ ner ot the nation
    j firm
    Gorinstein was
    (i! Keyrolds
    \x\ classes at Beth David Congregation in-
    pires participants to take themes from their
    eligious background. Pupib are not taught
    echnique but methods of incorporating their
    ewish heritage and culture into their works
    of art. Zvi Rosenkranz, member ot the Beth
    David faculty, is class leader. Shewn at one
    of its sessions are 'left to right) Michelle Rach-
    line, Mr. Rosenkranz. Rachelle RachUne. Heidi
    Gouz, Zackary Shavin, Ellen Smith, Susan
    Crosby, Jonathan Shavin. Denise Lipion, Jay
    Ossip." Helena Rachline, Cathy Shapiro and
    Shelly Beer. The class is expected to resume
    its sessions shortly.
    GOP Leader Deplores Racists in Party
    Continued from Paqe 1-A
    lent Democrats today
    supp Ni'' Barr> Gold
    fo- the presidency
    .. t McKee, Calvin F
    ! 1 Ge rgii 1 < 1 I I'
    id
    I Dg to !)> .
    emocrat It is n 1
    nldwater himself; it
    , people an' (
    ce oi voting for
    Gold* ater
    necessarily
    i just that
    to have a
    tates rights
    id con.-titutional government or
    r going down the road to social-
    m
    with Goldwaier. we've got a
    regain states rights
    In another development on
    . uiv 25. Sen. Goldwater wil
    wholeheartedly" enW**ad by
    he newly-formed Conservative
    Party, the United Press Inter-
    national reported from Chicago.
    But the party refused to support
    he Republican platform.
    The IT I dispatch quoted Robert
    Dilley "f Ie- Hotnes, party
    lairman aa saving Sen Cold
    ater took "'a fine position' on
    osl issues, but that the Conser
    ative Part) objected "to the wat
    . ring down of the Republican
    atform."
    Then, also on July 25. Mayor
    eKeldin issued his statement.
    IcKeldin said he went to San
    ranclsco ready to support Sen.
    oldwater if he received the nom
    ation but changed hi- mind dur-
    | the convention
    "I am." Mayor McKeidin said
    in hi- statement, "disturbed, as
    are main others, by Sen Gold-
    water's espousal <>f extremism in
    : Lance speech
    "For three days the word ex-
    tremism' had been used at tne
    convention to connote the type
    of irresponsible and at times
    unlawful activities associated
    with such organisations as the
    John Birch Society, the Kv Klux
    Klan and the Communist Party.
    All of u< who were delegates
    t.i the convention had every rea-
    BOn to believe that the Senator
    would have qualified his use of
    the word if he had intended it to
    I,, used in a different manner.
    Nor can I accept suggestions
    that the entire Issue be, relegated
    to a debate in semantics, with
    the exact meaning of the word
    patriotism' in question too.
    More than 600.000 Americans
    in eight major conflicts have writ-
    ten the meaning of this word
    through their deaths on far-flung
    battlefields, and I find it totally
    repugnant to think that anyone
    would ever dare compare their
    patriotism with the phony version
    behind which hide those extrem-
    ists whose hate-based creed In-
    cludes the use of the Big Lie.
    lynchings and cross burnings."
    McKeidin said "Never can we
    forget that what is morally wrong
    can never be politically right.
    "Votos *f not of prim* im-
    portance to our party; nor are
    victories; nor existence itself,
    if such existence depends on
    hatred, bigotry and intoler-
    ance."
    as associate man-
    01 tieynotds and Co Miami
    ;, .. office before joining Francis
    I and Co
    Gorinstein, who attended City
    College of New York, is active
    in civic and philanthropic or-
    ganisations. He is founder-
    president of the Hatikvah Lodge
    of B'nai B'rith.
    At the recent convention of
    Grand Lodge No. 5. which encom-
    passes seven southern states, dor
    bttteifl received a plaque honor-
    ing him a.- the "outstanding Ben
    B'rith."
    Gorinstein and hi> wife, the for-
    Director Honored in Israel
    TEL AVIV [WNS1 Dr. Sol
    Stein, executive director of the
    Histadrut campaign in the U.S..
    v as honored here by the Histadrut
    Cultural and Educational Depart
    ment at a luncheon where it was
    announced b> Veho.-hua Levi. His
    tadrut treasurer, that the Hista-
    drut campaign this year in the
    IS. will Strive to raise $5. ovejr and above the regular cam-
    paign ^"al for a scholarship fund
    for technical education m Israel.
    JOSEPH GORINSTEIN
    iner Elsie Spielberg, of N,w
    York, have two married daugh-
    ters The couple live at 522 M r
    ton Towers. Miami Beach
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    Referring to "the relationship
    between Sen Goldwater's cam-
    paign and liie forces ot Governor
    Wallace, McKeidin said it was
    irrelevant whether the two men
    ever spoke to each othn
    "The fact is." the Baltimore
    mayor went on. that comments
    from the Senator and his close
    aasociataa both before and after
    Governor Wallace withdrew from
    the Presidential race offer the
    firm implication that Sen Cold-
    water is reach to welcome into his
    camp not only Wallace himself
    and his followers, but also all that
    thev stand for."
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    INVITES YOU TO ITS
    HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
    Dade Bank Will Mark Anniversary
    RABBI SIMON APRIL
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    Tickets $5 Per Person
    OFFICE OPEN DAILY 9
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    Plans tor a five-month observ-
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    illiam Kneapler, president
    Initial rtep in the program was
    , :.. n< in ol a -loyan contest
    >r .ill bank customers last Fri-
    ,,y Thi lest, which is open
    .present i I as well ;>>
    i penini an account be-
    64, w.ll award
    a total of $4,625 in cash and bonds
    to winners.
    In all, 103 prizes will be given
    to those submitting the best
    Slogan for the bank's USC
    The Bank of Dade County open
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    i- .hi Dec 31 that year at $5.-
    MM) Today. Kneapler pointed
    out, "total assets re Bring the
    $20' million mark As <>l June 30.
    1964 they totaled si9.38i.ooo ."
    5725
    1964
    BETH y& K0DESH
    1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE
    Rabbi Max Shapiro, Spiritual Leader in Miami since 1932,
    will conduct Modern Traditional High Holiday Services.
    Cantor Bnjamin Ben-Ari will officiate.
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    Beginning with Slichot Service Alert Saturday, August 29th at 11:30 P.M.
    Special Candlelight Service Written by
    Rabbi Morris A. Skop
    Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb and Senior Choir
    Midnight Collation by Sisterhood
    ROSH HASHANAH New Year:
    Sunday, Sept. 6th ot 7:30 p.m.
    Monday, Sept.
    Tuesday, Sept
    Y0M KIPPUR-Day ol Atonement:
    KOI NIDRAY, Tuesday, Sept. 15th, 7 p.m.
    "FAST" DAY, Wed., Sept. 16th, 9:30 a.m.
    POST YOM KIPPER DANCE at 9 p.m.
    7th at
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    Senate 'Unhappy' With Resolution on Soviets
    WASHINGTON (JTA) An
    ;iitcinpt to water down the Ribi-
    coff resolution condemning Soviet
    anti-Semidsm by broadening it to
    include discrimination against
    Modems and Christians was made
    in testimony by a pro-Arab group ',
    before the Senate Foreign Rela-
    tions Committee and appeared to
    be well received by the acting
    rhairman. Sen. Bourke B. Hicken
    loopcjr, Iowa Republican.
    As hearings opened Monday on
    the Ribicolf measure, it was learn-
    ed from well-informed Senate
    sources that the State Department
    has voiced reservations to com-
    mittee members and Chairman J.
    W Pulbright on the wisdom of
    the Ribicoff Resolution. The
    i- nunittee adjourned, after hear-
    ing testimony, because Of the ab-
    Ifence of a quorum. ,\o final ac-
    I tion was taken.
    Sen. Hickenlooper, ranking
    Republican who acted as chair-
    man when Sen. Fulbright had
    to leave the meeting, voiced
    reservations about the limited
    scope of the resolution pertain-
    ing only to Jews. He said that
    Christians and Moslems were
    also "badly treated" in the
    USSR. The resolution, he felt,
    should be broadened to include
    other victimized groups as well
    S the Jews.
    Sen Kenneth B. Keating, New,
    [York Republican, who was giving
    testimony favoring the Ribicoff
    resolution when Sen. Hickenloop
    pr made his comments, said he had
    no objection to including other re-
    gions. But he pointed out that
    ['most recently, persecution in
    the Soviet Union has turned main-.
    fy against the Jews" while there
    raa some relaxation of pressures
    jn others. Sen. Keating mention-
    ed the ban on matzoh baking and
    Blher evidence of -concentration"
    an Jaws.
    Garland Evans Hopkins, testify-
    ing for the "Continuing Commit
    lee on Moslem-Christian Coop-
    eration, said 'the Ribicoff resolu-
    tion might be 'misunderstood in
    rtain parts of the world" be-
    ause it pertained only to the
    ight of one religious group. He
    "iiiiil that a Christian sect was re
    iently deported to Siberia and
    111 at millions of Moslems suffer-
    ed "hardship and persecution"' in
    Sin- I'SSR. He said he did not
    now of any group that "suffered
    - much as the Moslems" in the
    ;SSR. He hinted that millions
    f Soviet Moslems had "disap-
    ared."
    Hopkins said that a resolution
    idopted by the Senate in 1953 con-
    kmning persecution by the USSR
    if 'all minorities, religious and
    facial, originally started as a
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    ening it and should again do so jng Jewish citizens by singling
    He urged the committee to strike ; them out for extreme punish-
    Max Bressler (center), president of the Jewish National Fund
    of America, present? a new Kennedy Peace Forect Certificate
    to Israel Prime Minister Lev> Eshknl as Ambassador Jacob
    Tsur (left), world chairman of the TNF, looks en. Presentation
    was made in Jerusalem, following a series of consultations
    with the Prime Minister and Israel President Zalman Shazar
    concerning the launching of the new Kennedy Pecire Forest.
    The forest will be inaugurated on Nov. 22, first anniversary of
    the assassinationof President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The
    monument in his memory will be dedicated on July 4, 1965
    in the presence of leading American and Israeli Government
    figures.
    mer.t for alleged economic of-
    fenses, by confiscating syna-
    gogues, by closing Jewish ceme-
    teries, by arresting rabbis and
    lay leaders, by curtailing reli-
    gious observances, by discrimi-
    nating against Jews in cultural
    activities and access to higher
    education, by imposing restric-
    tions that prevent the reuniting
    of Jews with their families in
    other lands, and by other acts
    that oppress Jews in the free
    exercise of their faith."
    Observers voiced belief that
    Hopkins' pro-Arab group especial-
    ly wanted to eliminate the refer-
    ence to the reuniting of Jews with
    their families in other lands be-
    cause of opposition to further
    Jewish immigration to Israel
    The alternative language pro-
    posed by Mr. Hopkins, and appar-
    ently favored by Sen. Hickenloop-
    er, would state: 'The Soviet
    Union is persecuting, in varying
    degrees of intensity, elements ol
    its Christian. Moslem and Jewish
    citizens by singling them out for
    extreme punishment for alleged
    economic offenses; by confiscat-
    ing churche-. sviiagogues. and
    to
    mosques; by closing cemeten
    by arresting religious leaders,
    curtailing religious services,
    discriminating against them
    cultural activities and access
    higher education, and by otl"
    acts that oppress them in the ft
    exercise of their faith." He wot
    also eliminate the word 'Je'
    from the enacting clause of I
    resolution.
    Previous to the Hopkins te
    mony, Ribicolf. Connecticut Dc
    ocrat, had urged the Senate'
    speak out, througu his resoluih
    against Soviet anti-Semitism. I
    testified on behalf of 21 Jew:
    organizations Asking adopt
    of Senate Resolution 204. the re
    lotion he introduced in the S<
    ate last September, Sen. Ribic
    said the persecution of Jews li
    intensified. He recalled the fi
    lire to act early enough agaii
    Nazi anti-Semitism and felt tl
    specific action might now st
    the Soviet drive against Jews
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    BUENOS AIRES I JTA) A
    delegation representing the Dem-
    ocratic Progressive Party, a small.
    right-wing Socialist group, met
    with President Arturo I Ilia here
    this week and gave him a mem-
    orandum concerning anti-Semitic
    activities in this country. The
    delegation then held a press con-
    ference during which Gotv
    eminent action against anti-Sem-
    itic groups and hatemongenng ac-
    tivities was demanded.
    The delegation, headed by the
    general secretary of the party's
    metropolitan section. Andrew
    Caamano, said the President turn-
    ed over the information they gave
    him to the Minister of the Inter-
    ior. At the press conference they
    charged that a campaign is under
    way in this country "artificially
    creating anti-Semitism." They
    said they demanded that the Gov-'
    crnment immediately take the
    following actions:
    "1. Implement the 1963 de-
    cree, banning the Tacuara and
    Guardia Restauradora Nacional-
    ista, two outstanding anti-Semitic
    groups, as well as other danger-
    ous organizations.
    "2. Punish members of the
    armed forces who carry on hate
    campaign- (This item was link-
    ed to Brig. Gen. Gilberto Hidalgo
    Oliva, a retired Air Force of-
    ficer, who has been prominently
    identified in this country with anti-
    Semitic movements.)
    "3. Immediate expulsion from
    this country of Hussein Triki, rep
    resentative of the Arab League
    in Argentina, and banning the
    Journal Nacion Arabe, a hate sheet
    edited by Triki. for its anti-
    Semitic incitements.
    "I. Warn all foreign ambassa-
    dors in Argentina against inter-
    fering in this' country's national
    affairs.
    Meanwhile, a statement issued
    by the Christian-Jewish Confrat-
    ernity Association declared that
    "anti-Semitism in our country
    seems to follow a deliberate pur-
    poseto create a climate of
    fear and to promote actions
    whose nature is not quite clear."
    Efforts are being made here,
    the statement continued, "to bring
    Middle East problems here and to
    confuse Judaism with Zionism or to
    confuse the Jewish people with
    the Israeli people."
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    Friday, Aagus:
    W. IS
    Chev Shalom Building Committee are seated -to right) are Sam Arnold. Lewis Kamen. Rabbi
    Cett to right, kidore Gillman. Sam Rosenman. Phineas Weberman. Frank Kretchmer and
    Louis Maitz and Murray Green. Standing vleit Jonas Alperstein.
    Ohev Shalom Will Build New Temple
    Sam Arnold, president of Ohev
    SI ton congregation, ha* an-
    ced the purchase of a parcel
    of land on Bonita Dr.. just south
    "1st St.
    Plan.- to construct the synagogue
    on this lot. which overlook* the
    vide expanse of Indian Creek, are
    now being formulated.
    Rabbi Phineas A Weberman.
    Pamphlet Exposes U.S. Extremists
    By Special Report
    NEW YORK 'They poison
    th atmosphere Every week more
    than 6.000 hate-peddling, right-
    wing radio broadcasts are beamed
    into homes throughout the na-
    tion "
    The foregoing is a quote from
    trw new pamphlet entitled The
    Extremists." which is being (Ha-
    lted by the Jewish Labor
    imittee.
    pamphlet points out that
    rij twins extremists groups have
    ii come of S25 million a year
    and goes on to list such contri-
    butor- as J Howard Pew. of Sun
    Oil ($1,055,000). and the Alfred
    P. Sloan Foundation ($665,000).
    Developed by the AFL-CiO Com-
    mittee on Political Education, the
    new pamphlet is being made
    available by the Jewish Labor
    Committee free of charge as part
    of its effort to acquaint commun-
    ity leader* and concerned citi-
    zens with the facts about extremist
    activity Single copies are avail-
    able on request from the Jewish
    Labor Committee. 25 East 78th
    St., \. Y.
    spiritual leader of Ohev Shalom.
    said that it is his desire "to see
    an edifice >o constructed that it
    would express in steel and con
    cute the unchanging ideals of
    1 Orthodox Judaism "
    Ohv Shalom, which it now
    located at 911 Normandy Dr.,
    Miami Boach, wat organized
    four years ago. Services were
    at first held at the Collins Ave.
    home of Samuel Landau, past
    president of the congregation,
    and the late Mrs. Landau.
    Harold Shapiro, former mayor
    ot Miami Beach, was the attorney
    for the congregation in the pur
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    chairman is Lewis Kamin. in
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    The chaplain I- Lt. CoL Men
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    and Korea. The assignment and
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    liaious 4w^<
    ey vices
    J his Weekend
    Rabbi Morton MaiaWeky.
    Erneit Stem-r.
    Cantor
    DATH I3RAEI_ 7S01 Carlyle Avt. ,. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 48
    thodo Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    ,y 6:4i Mil. BetOTMaJ' 8-.:;0 a.m.
    Ikii N-r' Bn Dv*a?i eon tf Rabbi
    will cotWUDt servlcea and ii*-
    ihf sermon i'n "JodCilW People
    .ltint .1 irmaiit."
    WAT SHALOM CONGRECA.
    ION W5 SW 7tH Ave. Orthodox.
    I|
    inter Israel Kerehnar.
    ----------
    IE E'-'ES. 2533 SW 19th A>e.
    servati.ve. Rabbi Abraham S'.h-
    |l-tt.
    -----
    "M OAV'O. 2*23 SW 3rd Ave. Con
    vative.-Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
    .>tor V iiaiil W. LiDSOn.
    |a> < Mia, Watu-ilav a.m.
    .----a----
    TH EL. 800 SW TTth Ave. Ortho-
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
    o.iu. Sacurday s:;t" a.m.
    n>m: "T" Juilaf- ami to b>! .luilu-
    [ >:iu:> i !.i-s *j p.m. follow rd by
    tli. i.
    CANDLE LIGHTING TIME
    6 Elul 6:38 pan.
    KimHm?*." Bar Mlm-uh: Harold, son
    of Mi ami Ml*. Men** SUlchuk.
    KNESETH ISRAEL. UTS EuclM Av.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David LahrfiaM.
    Cantor Abraham 8*if.
    ---------
    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1944
    Washington An. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Abraham Str.issfetd.
    ISRAEL. 711 40th St.
    R.itB. Berel Wein.
    Ortho
    ,MINVONAIRES CO N C R EfiTlON.
    3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
    G p.m. Saturday ft a.m. Srr-'OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or.
    A hene Around Your lli.nn Orthodox. Rabbi Rhmeas Webar.
    ------------ man.
    JACOB. 301 -3'1 Washington ------------
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6*38 SW 8th

    kntor Maurice .Mamches.
    -----
    TH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    bdern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    ipiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
    lln> K:4a a.in S.-rmoii: "Whn
    i mi J,. .iJ. in'.'' ,-6:311 p.in. "The
    loii ..f V. iv." '.:'" p.m. Justice
    ii Mu I. ration

    |th MOSHE CONGREGATION
    830 W. Die Hwy. Conservative.
    Intor Hyinjn Fem
    |. in: Saturday 15 .. m
    MiUa.iV. Mh-lni.-l, HOII ..f \li and
    III. Klirl Itnhhl Herman
    hi ii id offlflnti ..i all sei m. -

    TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *ve
    rthodox.. Ralph Kneger, secre*
    ry.

    TH TFILAH. 93- EllOlId Ave Or.
    odox. Rabbi Joseph E. RacKovsky

    TH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
    ve. ConservJtiye. Rabbi Max Lip-
    khitz. Cantee- Ben.Zion Kirschen-
    a ii in.
    i> ".'-'' m Salnrda> s IS u m
    ' :io ; n>. .
    ----
    VI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
    jnservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    ntor Jack Lerner.
    i' B r. i. -ii s.-i mon "Requlniti -
    l:.-il. mi.: i .ii." Suturfla> k::ih u.ii
    Mitzvnh: Larry, son of Mr and
    Irving I'-.k.l-i,
    kGLER GHA.NADA 50 NW B1t
    Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    eld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    bl> 8:30 ).ill. Satlirdax B:30 a.m. '
    :: i. in
    ----------
    PT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
    B. Anortws Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard v. Leviion
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
    dr. Orthcuox. RajOi Alexander S.
    Oross.
    LYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
    nson st. Conservative. Rabbi
    vid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
    llbraun.
    HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
    St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
    tar Pmcus Aloof
    ----------
    ELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
    Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
    p.m. Siiur.la> vir. a.m.
    ..a "Jewish Mllltar) TaotlcH in
    Liithl uf I:, .-in An ha-olottU'al
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
    walrl
    Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
    mlas.
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    ----------
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    Or., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    I'mlay S:::o p.m. li.il.tii Baumitard re-
    turning to pulpit. Following lit!Vlcea
    ther.' will be- a qVMtton and answer
    period on "Frolilems Kelatine to Ju-
    daism." Saturday flSlS a,m. Bar
    Mitxvuh: Jay. xon of Mr. and Mrs.
    ltayniond Franloel.
    --------
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform.
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
    Friday :15 p.m.
    ------a------
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
    120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
    Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb.
    Friday g:tS p.m. Sermon: "Balanoifltt
    LifeV Ladfter." Batnrdny li:!IO a.m.
    Bar Mtizvali: Michael, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving R. Pruck.-r.
    ----------
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
    Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviaer.
    Friday 8:M p.m. Pulpit vueat, Ralihi
    Prank Hacher. Sermon: "The Three
    i lilt-.." Saturday 10:4.". a.m.
    TEMPLE B"NAI ABRAHAM. 387
    NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
    Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
    ander Cohen.
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washino.
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Aerhrr.
    Krida.\ 6 p.m. Saturday ft a.m. Ser-
    mon: "Kitreimsm. Moderation and
    Amerioanlsm."
    ----
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
    Liberal-Reform. -Rabbi Morrie Kip-
    per. Mrt
    Friday 1>:1". p.m. Services will be eon-
    tluete.il b] Mey.-r f'.askin. ^
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
    ----------
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    1
    ip/e Sinai Services
    Uteta for the approaching High
    lay services at Temple Sinai
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    lie office. Temple officials
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    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
    755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor Nieo Feldman.
    ----- -----
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Goi
    Friday *:tS p.m. Sermon: "Some Re-
    fl.Ttl,',ns ItegardinB Reform Jewish
    Atiitiuf.K T.-war.l flsVuroe." Haturday
    11 a.m. liar MiUvoh: Mnri', son of
    Mr. anil Mrs. Arnold l'ortnoy.
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE TIFZRETM JACOB. 61
    E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservoti**.
    ----------
    I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora *vo
    Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooke.
    Cantor Ben Dieheon.
    ----------
    TEMPLE ZION. 57M SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
    man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Werniek.
    Beth Torah Congregation of PVIdaj v::n n.n, Sermon: "Conflict*-
    North Miami Beach announces {"*, l?$$t. ^.."S
    that Miriam Donnerstag has been Sermon: "The I'union -i the Weak."
    engaged as choir director for both VO(JNG ISMA7^ "99o~ne mat It.
    the High Holy Days and Services Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
    tor the entire year. I"'i'1^ ^'"'l;;. "' v;'"
    J I Sermon: "Poll.......i the w u M i
    Mrs. Donnerstag has directed ''" '''"_______________
    the High Holy Day Choir for the aB^l^l^l^iaaaaaa>^(a^^l^^(ajajaa
    RABBI JOSEPH RACK0VSKY
    promise el peace
    Proceeds
    Drew Pearson in the Washington
    Post recently?
    We read in the Portion of this
    Week: "Let your heart not be buildina of
    fait, nor shall ye tremble, nor aanctuary.
    shall ye be terrified or have .
    fear, for it is He who shall go Co-cha.r.ng the event are Mrs.
    with you to protect you from Samuel Puttermaa
    your enemies. So let us hope
    that the New Year 3725 shall
    bring blessings, peace and joy
    to Israel and all deserving na-
    tions.
    Flagler-Granada
    Now Registering
    By RABBI JOSEPH
    RACKOVSKY
    Beth Tf ilarh- Congregation
    As we approach the threshold
    of the Year 572."). >sixteen years
    alter the e^ablishflteiit of lie
    State nl l-ra*-el. we still hoar jlje
    sounds ol the tyituiic^ where
    ammunition. It^ayiuuyjh: and oth(;r
    implements duced very... diligently. Yps.
    tools tor chMtructidn^-td- destroy
    what? To destroy democracy in
    that part o( the world where it
    is so rare an article: the Mid-
    dle East.
    Shamelessly, it is Stated time
    and again b) leaders ot states.
    neu l> established by the UN,
    that they are building a war
    machine against Israel, which is
    the only democracy, in the true
    sense of the word, in the Middle
    East
    Day in and day out. we read
    of the Arabs whti attack innocent
    tarmers toiling on the earth of
    the desert to make it productive.
    Day in and day out. we hear the
    open threats of Nasser and his
    war-mongers that their aim is to
    destroy Israel, also a member
    ol the IN. Day in and day out.
    we hear of deaths caused by in-
    truders Of the Arab neighboring
    countries established by the
    UN.
    What does the UN do about it?
    They investigate. The commit-
    tee brings in a report: what doe>
    the report say'' Most of the
    time it states that the Arabs had
    no right to attack the Israelis.
    But the Israelis also fired. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
    though in self-defense. How Hebrew School and Pre-School are
    dare they answer the Arab at- scheduled to begin the 1964-65
    tacks with fire? They really term on Monday, Aug. 31. Sunday
    should have given the Arabs a School will start on Sept. 13.
    chance to complete the job and! Registration for all three groups
    reach their goal. Then, and then j wUj be ,.lk,.n throughout August,
    only. Israel could file complaints (|.llv Monday through Friday, 9
    -but not stop the Arabs at the ,0 p m Sundays, Aug. 23 and
    beginning of their work. no 10 until noon
    Many a time our hearts feel Rabbi David Kosenfeld and his
    faint when we see such inhuman 8tj| of teachers will provide a
    reactions Many a time, we are traditional Jewish background in
    terrified when we see the calm (he Hebrew language, prayers.
    ot the democratic nations. Many Bible, ceremonies and customs.
    a time.* we even tremble when curriculum is under the direction
    we think of the tense ot justice f the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
    of the great nations. We even tion.
    fear to think of where such con- Cantor George Goldberg will be
    ditions may lead us to m t.ha,-a,c of the Bar Mitzvah
    Can you imagine the U.S. help- class. Mrs. Arthur Golden will
    ing Nasser to build war machin- again be head teacher ol the pre-
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    t'Jmisfi fkridliann
    Page 15-A

    LEGAL NOTICE
    JOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
    EvENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 8600
    LlARA BIER,
    Plaintiff,
    kxiCTH BIER,
    ] i, -f.-1111:1111. ___
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    KENNETH BIER
    IS 'Hi Si net
    guerns Village
    I.,n>i Island, New York
    [.u KENXETH BIER. are hen by
    ,ii mat .i i:ili ul Complaint fur
    ,- ban Im-.ii filed aaalnsl you,
    ...i :n .- required to serve :i Cop)
    i.ur Answer "i Pleading t" the
    ,,i -...i..l jir.t on Hi.- plaintiff's
    .-,...v p|i -M \ IM i >< 'li'i'i >N 7M.i
    -.. or.i Avenue, Miami. Florida,
    ., .,,, .pii.:.ii.,i Answer or I'l.-ail-
    Jin the i'ii of the Clerk of the
    ii Court >ii "i before the ttii day
    -eptember, I9C4. If you fail 1" "I"
    Huiiunuiii by default win be taken
    Tn-i M.i for the relief demanded
    Bill of Complaint.
    i- notice Khali be published once
    .-ek for foui.....nseeutlve iveekii
    Bin: .n:\visii FLORIDIAX.
    JlKK \XH ORDERED at Miami.
    da, this :ir,( da) of August, A.D.
    IK II LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
    m Court, llade County, Florida
    it) k. ii. i..www.
    i.. iiMty Clei k
    ]l \i:n M< iRTON
    \ i: 2nd \\. nue
    Inn. Fla.PL ;-;'.iil
    lie) for l'l.iiiitill
    8 T-: I 21 :
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    ||N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 640443-A
    ll:,' Estate '
    JRCHECi A 81 BIN
    I | i .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Ml Creditor* and All Person* Ha> -
    laima or l inanda Agalnsl Said
    :.. hei b) ii"' Ifled and n
    ... -.-. ni an) claims and de-
    ls in, h von ma) have against
    PHtitte of REBECCA STEIN d*-
    -,l late "f I'a'!-- County, Florida,
    i. County Judge* of Bade Coun-
    mi.i file the name In duplicate and
    ovl.....i lii -' etlon !3S 16, Florida
    lutes, in ili. Ir office* In the I "oun -
    ri,orthouae In Bade County. Flor-
    within sis calendar month* from
    It I me of the flrat publication here-
    the n mi,- will be barred.
    ii..I ii Miami, Florida, thla
    , Vuguat, A.I>. li'i'.l
    (si'ini:-: stein ahtrachar
    Aa Executrix
    publication "f thla notice
    tke Till da* August, IW64.
    Mil." 'N V l-'I'IKI -M \N
    JBot'i. v !'" K\. '-ul
    lill a n ley r.uiliiliiK
    s 7-14-21-S8
    4th
    ..ii
    I NOTICE QY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 8669
    ANN IK MA I'- WmiTKN.
    I'la ntlfl".
    \ s.
    UA1"'- M. Wi IT EN.
    T>- ndant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    l.ACHAI. WOOTEN
    il'7 South -1st st.
    I'liiladeli'hia, Pa.
    hi, l.AI'lt M. WOOTBN, are here-
    tlfled that a Bill of Complaint
    Divorce has been filed against
    and you are required to serve
    r>\ of your Answer or Pleading to
    Bill of ("omplnlnt "n the Plaln-
    f attorneys ESSEN A.- ESSEX',
    s 1308 vinsley Building. Miami,
    la, and file the original Answer
    leading in the office "f the Clerk
    Hh ciivnit i'..ui't "ii or before the
    th cl.v of S. |.l, 'ilb.-l'. 1"'''4 If yo" fH
    to d<. ". iu.lL.-m. ni by ,I.-fault will In'
    ttufcen i^aiiivi M'ii fr th* relief 0e-
    BMn. in th. I ill "f Complaint.
    ?rtii notice shall >. puhHahed once
    each .....k for four consecutive weeks
    ni Ti' h:\visii i--i >i:ii>i \n
    M-: AX1 I'RBERBB Bl Miami,
    la, thla till day of August, A.D.
    i: r i.k\ i i.i'K.M \\\ Cl; rk,
    nit Court, Bade Conntv, Florida
    I lt> B. M I.ANU.W.
    i put) Clerk
    KN A ESSEX, KStjS.
    ! Miami, Fla.
    I'l.iintiff
    v 7-1 1-21-2*
    LEGAL NOTICE
    'f
    s\
    $>mm

    "TideI wave schmeidal wave ... so we'll
    learn to live under water!"
    Coo'. "64. Day*",. 'loduc'ioM
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 6960
    II VMBI'RO SAVIX'iiS HANK.
    Plaintiff,
    FIX LEY JONBB. Ti latee In
    Bankrupt) at ul.
    I >.-f, nilaiit.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    ti i Junior l ',: 'i m i Nina Id and
    (Henna Una McDonald, lib
    574(1 Laa line \ i nue
    Mil. ill". \lli!l III.I
    You are liei fled
    abov< captlom .1 action nai
    atttuted against you
    Couit 'if tin- Judicial
    t hat
    i>... n
    n...
    in-
    iii iii.- circuit
    Circuit of Flor-
    ida In and f"t- DADE Counts to fore-
    close .. mortgage upon the following
    described real |.ropert> :
    T...t .'. Block 2^ of revised Plat "f a
    I'or t inn "f CAR' >L CITY, i" d< -
    in I'la l Book K t Page 6S, being
    ., i, plat ..f a i" rtlon of CAIUL
    CITY a- recorded In Plat Book '>'
    at Page -" "' the Public Records
    of Bade County, Florida.
    You are reaimied t.. file your an-
    swer t" I'l.iiiiiiii > complaint with the
    Clerk "f the atnresald Court, and
    fcerve a cop) thereof upon plaintiffs
    attorney MARTIN PINK, l uli Klonr,
    Bade l-'i-.i'-ial Building, Miami IS,
    Florida ii"t later than Augual 26, 19*4,
    or a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
    tered against y..n.
    DATED: Julv 20, 1MI.
    B. It. LBJATHERMAN
    <"1, rk of tin Circuit Court
    (seal) By: C. P. OOl'ELAND
    i teputy Clerk
    MARTIN KINK
    Attorney for I'lainiiff
    Htli Floor Bade Federal BMg.
    Miami 32, Florida
    7 24-S1, S/7-14
    I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ILEVEMH JUO CIAL CIRCUIT OF
    ^FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNT/. IN CHANCERY
    No. 6-4C 8531
    I \MIN Unlll..
    [I'lainiiff,
    \s.
    tritiiDE s win11..
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    |i BERTRl'DR S Wi Ml I.
    ill Y.il. Vvenue
    Lancaster, Pennaj Ivnnla
    ni (1BBTRIIDB S. W'UHl., are
    by notified that a nil! of Com-
    it for Blvorce has i--n filed
    nt >-..u and you are rctiulred t<>
    e a copy "f your Answer or Plead-
    the Itill ,.f Complaint on the
    ghtlff's attorney, r.-MI. K\vir-
    i:si..iiiti:. 42ii Lincoln itoad.
    Beach, Florida, Rltl and file
    rlglnal Answer or I'h-adinK in
    flgSi.ifu.. ,,f >h,- Clark of the circuit
    SWfl on or before the "th da) of
    It-ml'H-. 1M4. If von fail to Jlidr- 'i- liv -'.-'-.,it :" i... t-,i-..n
    again t you for the relief demanded
    III Hi- i. ..: ..,.,,
    i-Thi- notice shall he published ones
    SH week for four I'onsaoutJwa maeka
    Til !: 11-:\\ isii l-i.. iitn ii \x.
    PXK ANIi ORDERED :,l Miami,
    la, this ;;ist day of July, A 11
    [K l: I.KAIIIEK.MASI, Clerk.
    Clri-int Court, Dade County, Florida
    (seal; By: .1 .1 r w \\.\iill,
    Deput) Clerk
    |L KWITNEY, BSgUIRE
    .In Koad
    M
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63952 A
    IX RE: Estate "f
    ,i \NKT II ZE1ENTZ
    l ..-.-fl-.il
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Ci-i dit'.r. and Ml Persons H.-i- -
    Ing claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    you arc hereby notified ami re-
    quired t" present an) claims and de-
    mand* which >..:> may have against
    [h state ol J \m:t H. KEIENTZ
    ,\....... .1 late of Bade Connty, Woi -
    i.i.i [o the County Judges of Dado
    County, ..ml file ih< Sam-- In duplicate
    and a* provlrt. d In Bectlon r33 l,
    Florida Statutes, In their offlct-s In
    ii,.. Count) Courthi v- in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within \ alendar month*
    ir..in ili,- time of Ihi first publics I Ion
    hereof, ,.i il"- sunn ill be bai r d.
    I-.,-.,I it Miami. I'!i.ii.la. this 24th
    day "i July, A.D. '
    MYRON ZE1ENTZ
    As Exi utor
    First publication ..i thla nol -
    ihi illsl aa) ..f Jul). '-'"'
    i. Michael< > -1 mck
    Attoi in v f..i Exi -
    :..s Alnsley Buildll 8
    Miami. Florida UM
    7 :il. 8/ .-I l-.'i
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 6618
    CNITBD ST \ I IS SAVIXliS BANK
    . IF NEW VRK, N J.,
    ., New I. rsi v rpoi ation,
    Plaintiff,
    \ a.
    I-'INI.KV .Ii -N !:>'. Ti ii-'-
    m Bankruptcy, l al,
    I i,-i. u.lant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    Ti > MnrXH t \im l-opi /. Rodi :- '
    and l.ui- ;:,-.i ilex, hi I husband,
    Id -i.i. ii,-. I'XKX" ANN.
    and Ii i in.i: iiI. tin Ir unknow n
    II ii\ lug and II dt ad, the un-
    known helis, devisees, assignees,
    icrantees, legan -, llenora, rredltors,
    . or ..ili. ,- claimani -. cluimlnit
    by, through, under "r agatnat the,
    above mimed defendants who ma) be
    deceased.
    Y..I1 are hereby notified that the
    abovi captloned action ha- baen ui-
    atttuted against you In the Circuit
    Court of the J'idlolal Circuit of Flor-
    ida In and for BADE County t" fore-
    , i..... b mortgage upon the following
    la.-. i.i.. .1 real proper!) :
    I.,,i 23 Block Cl TLER RIDOE,
    SECTPiX THREE, according t" the
    ri.,i ihen ': i cord< d In I'lat H.H.k
    ..; :n j'age S3 ol Ho- Public Records
    ,,f lia.i, Count), Florida, together
    with Aluminum Venetian Blinds and
    folding door.
    Y"U are reQUlred to file y.mr an-
    swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
    Clark "t the aforesaid Court, and
    serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
    ......me) MARTIN KINK. 14ih Floor,
    I lade Federal KiilldinK. Miami U,
    Florida n-'t later than August 16, l'.hM,
    or a li.-.i-'-e Pro Confesso will be en-
    tered against you,
    DATKD: July 20. 1964.
    K. B, LEATHHRMAN
    ci. i k .,i the ClrcuM i 'ourt
    (seal) By: C. P. COPELAXD
    Deputy Clerk
    MARTIN KINK
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    14th Floor I lade !". ,1,-ial Kids.
    Miami 32, Florida
    7/24-31. S/7-14
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring i" engagi
    I'lisin.--- under ili- fictitious name of I
    BHOTOTlRAPIiERH ,v, HODBL8]
    BALL Intends to register said name
    with iht- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dadi County, Klorlda.
    HARRY KANE
    rlARY P. EIBELSTE1N, Attorney
    7 JI, v 7-14-21
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 64C 8261
    FRAXK M. PERPER,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    IIKNItlKTTK PERPER,
    l iefendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: IIKNItlKTTK PERPER
    Apartmenl I16E, Tower Apt*.
    1201 i 'nth. dial Avenue
    Washington, D.C.
    You, HEXRIETTE PERPER, are
    hereby notified thai a Complaint for
    Divorce ha> been filed against you,
    ami you are required t" serve a cop)
    ,.f your Answer "r Pleading to the
    Complaint mi lite Plaintiff's attorney,.
    Irving Cypen Law Offices, 823 Arthur
    Qodfre) Road, Miami Beach, Florida
    and fib the original Answer m Plead-
    ing in the office "f no- Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on "t- before il"- Jlst
    da) ..i August, 'nil. If you fall to do
    <... j idgmenl b) default will be taken
    against you f"i- tin- relief d,-manded
    In tin Complaint.
    This notice -hall It,- pnbllahed "nop
    each week foi fuui consecutive k
    in THE JEWISH FLOHIDIAN
    In.Nl-: AXB ORDERED at Miami,
    i loi Ida, this 24th day "f Jul). A.D.
    1964.
    K It LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida
    laeal) B> c. p ci,ri:i.wi.
    l'. |iut) 'lerk
    n:\i\c, i -yi'KN LAW OFFll'ES
    -:'". Vrthur iodfi'e) Road
    Miami r..." Ii. Florida
    Am.....% for PI ilntiff
    7.31. s.:
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    9-Jewist fkridrn&n
    solicits your legal notice*.
    W appreciate your
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
    rates .
    Dial Fit :i-l05
    for messenger service
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63889-B
    l\ RE Estate "t
    I.i ills 'a iltKN
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All ir..in..is and Ml Persons Ha
    Ine claims or Demands Against ea
    Bstat. ,
    Y"ii are hereby notified and r>
    quired to prt ent an) claims and di
    mands which >."i ma) have again
    Hi, estate of i.mis BOREX d< e>
    late of Wayne County, to the Count
    Judges -.1 l '' l( kiunt). and file tl
    same In duplicate and as provided -
    Section 732 l, Florida Htatutes,
    their offices in the County Courthou
    in Bade County, Florida, within a
    . calendar months fr..... ihe limi of tl
    first pulillration hereof, or il i
    "ill !> bai .1 ......
    Dated al Miami Florida, this 2i
    .i.i of July, ^ i' i'";l
    MILTON I! MAXNHEIMER
    As Vnclilai) Administrator Cl \.
    KOVNE1I \ M VNNHBIMER
    \i mi ii, i for liatate Ixiuls Oon n
    :i I iiiponi I'lli/.a i "enter
    7 SI. S 7- I.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAHE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 8273
    WILLIAM S SI'AN'I.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    Hi ILD1E M KP \NC.
    I ',-t'i-ndani.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Tl I SOLDIE 11 SPANK
    L'::i7 Monroe \\enue
    Sorw.....I, Cincinnati I2#'ihi.,
    You are hereby ji"iifietl that a Bill j
    of Complaint for Divorce has been
    riled against )ou, and you are re-
    quired i" serve a copy of your Answer
    "i- Pleading I'.lll of Complaint "ii
    the plaintiff's Attorney, RAY A.
    Mi'NSi'N. :;in Ingraham Rulldlmr,
    Miami, Florida Mill and file the orig-
    inal Answer or Pleading In the office
    "f the Clerk "f the Circuit Court "n
    ..r before tin- :'.l~t da) "I .\au-ii-t. 1964.
    If you fail I" lault will I,,, taki n aaalnst you for
    the relief demanded in th.- Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for fout.....naecutlve weeks
    in T1IK. JEWISH PLORID1AX.
    DONE WI' ORDFRKD at Miami.
    Florida, this I'lth day .,f July. A.D.
    1964.
    K. B. l.KATHKP.MAN. Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dade Cbunty, Florida
    I seal) By! MAROUERITE M<>RFORD|
    l>.-|.i.tv Clerk
    HAY A. Ml'NS'i.N
    M0 Ingraham Building
    Miami. Florida SI1S1
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    7 SI, \ 7-14-21
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63424 C
    IN HE Estate ol
    OSCAR S. ADDER
    11.-, east a.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Ha
    inw claims or Demands Against -
    Estate:
    Yi.-.i are hereby notified and
    quired i" pre*'-lit an> claims and "
    niands which you may have ., -
    the estate "i ttscar s. Adl, r deceasj
    kite of Bade County, Hot-Ida. t" ti
    count.- Judges of Dade County, ai
    file the same In their offices In t
    Count) Courthouse In Bade count
    Florida, within s.\ calendar moot I
    from ii" date "' the rirat publli i
    ii, i. of, or the 'ine will be barred
    CAR! IL 8. CAIDIN
    Executrix
    OAIDIN .\ ROTHENBERa
    \i-.- m is
    Kl BIseH) ii. Bldg,
    Miami, Flm Ida
    7 Si, ^ 7 II-
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRSUlT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORDA. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64 C 8379
    SAM SATIX8KY,
    Plaintiff,
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    llS .....* jnblfc u^uN I Y,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63735-C
    IN RE: Batata of
    iky inc. HENRY STERN
    1 1,-,-eaHed.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditora and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands .Vgalnst Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate ..f IRVINC HENRY STERN
    dsiinaned late of Dads County, Flor-
    ida, t" the County Judges of Dade
    County, and flip th,- sain,- in duplicate
    and as provided In Section 7:13.16.
    Florida Statutes, ii their offices In
    the County Courthouse in Badi Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    (ram th.- time "f the Ural publleatlon
    heri "i the same ill l" bai i e.l.
    Bated al Miami, i I >i Ida, thla 22nd
    lay of July, A.D. 1964.
    BETTY s sn:itN
    As K\<-- lit i i \
    First publication ..( this nol
    the Slat da) of Jul)
    HAROLD I Cl IHEN
    Attorney for Exccut
    ^7Cl Coal Way, -Miami 45, i-la.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 7964
    Il IROE V \/A." i:/..
    riailillll,
    \ >.
    PAII.A IDDELIZA VAZQUEZ,
    I ..i, n.laut
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    T> I'AII.A ILDBLB! V \ AZtJl'EZ
    Call. 54 S 1524 .illy ISA y 47
    Marlanao
    Havana. i
    VOC ARE 'II KEBY n< tlfled that
    a Complaint t"ii Blvorce has been
    filed against yo i and )."i are i" i- b)
    i, a 11 i, ,1 to servi -i op) .-: .. our an-
    a.r t.. the Complalnl ..n the Plaln-
    itiifs attorney, LESTER RtklERS,
    whose address 921 N.W. 14th Street, |
    Miami, i...: i.i.i. and file the original
    of the Answ-i- in the -,:|.....f the
    i clerk "i iii. Eleventh Judicial Circuit
    in and l"i Hade County. Florida, on
    or before thi 2flth day of August, i94,
    in ,1. lanlt ,.f uh-h the Complaint "ill
    be taken as confessed b) you.
    BATED tlds I7th dav of July, K'flt
    K. B, I.KATHKHMAN
    clerk of tin- i'Ircutt Court
    is.all By: MAI'.c.lKltlTI-: MURFORD
    i', puty cierk
    7 24-SI, 8 7-14
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 8732
    MAVIS K C..INS
    Plaintiff,
    l-'l..
    \ S.

    CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUUICIAL
    CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
    No. 64C 8028
    IRENE Mll.l.i'iAN
    Plaintiff,
    i -.
    JAMES MICHAEL Ml LLIOAX
    i iefendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    VOl', JAMES MICHAEL Ml I.I.IKAN
    1037 Teller Avi nue
    Bronx, N,-w Y',rk
    are notified to serve cony of your
    answer t" Divorce Complaint filed
    against you on plaintiffs attorney,
    ORoltfiE NICHOLAS, 644 N.W. K'lh
    \v, Miami, la. ami file original
    with cierk ..f this Court "ti or before
    24, ;'..;i othei omplalnt
    will I -. .1 by you.
    DATED Jul) 20, 1964.
    B, Ii. LBATHERMAX, d. rk
    (sealj U) : M VROl ER1TE MoRFORD
    IYB RC8SELL 0( 'INS
    I ',t, ti.In ol
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    Ti I'M IYI Kl'SSKI.I. IK 'INS
    II. uldenee i 'nknow n
    You, FLOYD KI'sSl'l I. CO'XS
    are her.-l.) notified thai n Bill of
    Complalnl for Divorce has been Pled
    agalnsl you, and you are required t"
    -,-\. .i eop) .a' your inswer ov plead-
    ing i" the Bill "f Complaint on Ihe
    fl .ui. -i ii. > i It. Ma) hi s, III"
    Congress Building, Miami, Fla., and
    t.. file the original answer or plead-
    ing in the office "f the Clerk of the
    Circuit court on or before the s,ii da)
    ol September, 1964. If you tail to l"
    s... judgment b) default will i>, taki n
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the Kill of i'omplalnt,
    Th- n,,tit-'- shall i" published once
    each week for foui consecutive i
    in THE JEWISH Kl.' IRIDIAN,
    DOXB AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Fla., this :,th day of August, A.D.
    19*4.
    i: B i.i: vt i i Kit man. cierk,
    Circuit Court. Hade County, hlorida
    (aenl) It) : B. II. I.A.WY A Y.
    1 i.-putv Clerk
    I. K. Mayers
    Attorney at Law
    i no Congress Building
    Miami. Fla. Pb: 371-1328
    B 7-14-21-21
    3YLV1 V SATISSKY.
    Defendant.
    ORDER OK PUBLICATION
    r.i SYLVI v SAT1N8KY
    '-,1 Cuter Str.-t. Apt. No. -4
    South Haven, Michigan
    You are hereby notified that
    I complalnl for Divorce has been flh
    auainst you and you are required l
    aervi a cop) of your Answer ,.r Pleat
    ina t" -aid anplalnl on Plaintiff
    nttoineys, I: \-i MAN Dl'IIKi. 91 .
    Yinshy Bldg Miami, Florida SSli
    .m.i file the rilnal answer or Pu ."
    na In Ihe office "f Ihe Clrcull Cl. I
    on or before the 4th day of Bept
    1964. h v.. i fail '.. d" s" Judgmei
    I nlll be taken against yi
    |. inanded in said con
    IniXE and uRDERED al M i
    j lot .i.i this :'*th dav "f July,
    B. i: LBATHERMAX,
    , -; i.i i 'ourt 'h rk I >ade
    County, Florida
    Rj c p, COPELAND,
    l. put y 'lerk
    RAYMAN & IH*HIO Att) -.
    \ Rhbj
    Mia ui Floi Ida.
    7-31. --7-
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    TICK is HEREBY OIVEN
    eks i the undersigned, desiring to enj
    business under the fictitious name
    FRATERNITY JEWELRY at Ui
    South Dixie Highway, Coral Bable
    Florida intend I" register said nan
    with ih. Clerk "f the Circuit Court -
    l Midi i 'ount). Florida.
    LEO SCHERKER
    Dt IROTHY SCHERKER
    As Co-Partnere
    STERX. HCTNER& BAXTER
    B) ; W illi.im A. Stern 11
    Attorn, j h for Owners
    T/fc-Sl,
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    SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
    MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
    Corporation Seals and Supplies
    CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
    613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034


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    ~Je wisJh Floiridliaxi
    Miami, Florida, Friday, August 14, 1964
    Section B
    Miss Universe Girls Visit Temple
    Temple Emanu-El played host
    to four of the Miss Universe con-
    testants. Miss Israel. Ronit Rinat; i
    Miss Tunisia. Claudine Younes; '
    Miss Puerto Rico. Yolanda Rod- j
    riques; and Miss New York, Dor-,
    thea Langhaus, at an inspiration-
    ;. I brunch held at the Temple on
    Sunday morning, Aug. 2.
    The visit, a dramatic change of
    pace for the visitors, was spon-
    sored by Temple Emanu-El's Sis-
    terhood under the chairmanship of
    Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
    dent.
    A highlight of the morning was
    a discussion of Jewish customs
    and traditions in their native lands
    b\ Miss Israel and Miss Tunisia,
    with Herbert S. Shapiro serving
    as interpreter. Following the
    brunch, the group toured Temple
    Emanu-El's Library, the Jewish
    Museum, a branch of the Jewish
    Theological Seminary's Museum,
    and concluded their visit in the
    Temple's Sanctuary. As a momen-
    ta of their visit, the guests of
    l.i.mir were presented with a book
    of blessings and hymns.
    Among Temple members who
    joined in the brunch were Dr. and
    Mrs. Seymour Alterman. Mrs.
    Lena Bender. Mrs. Louis Cap-
    land. Mrs. Sander Graubard. Mar-
    sha Capland. Ronald Isaacson. Dr.
    and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs.
    Jacob Katzman, Mrs. Use Leder-
    berger, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lyt-
    ton. Jack S Popick. Mrs. Harry
    Protzel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
    Rechtman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
    Rosenblatt, Mrs. Murray Sshwartz-
    nian. Mr and Mrs. Herbert S.
    Shapiro, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mr,
    and Mrs Michael Sossin. Mr. and
    Mrs. Tarasow and Mr. and Mrs
    Israel Teitch.
    Dr. Irving Lerhman is spiritual
    leader of Temple Emanu-El.
    52 Association
    In Card Party
    Refreshments and prizes will be
    included in the card party spon
    sored by the 52 Association of
    Greater Miami on Thursday even-
    ing, Aug. 27, at Southgate Tower
    Apts.
    Chairman of the event is Mrs.
    Frances Levine.
    The Association directs its en-
    ergies to the Veterans Hospital
    in Coral Gables to brina enter-
    tainment to the patient.-, and fi-
    nancial aid to their families
    Hft to right are Mrs. Jules Weston, president of Coral Chap-
    , American Medical Center at Denver, Mrs. Irving Rubin-
    ir. Mrs. Harry B. Schwartz and Mrs. Murray Harrison dis-
    s:ng the 60th anniversary conference of the National Coun-
    ts! Auxiliaries Aug. 16 in Denver, Colo., which they will
    .... as Coral Chapter delegates.
    Cora! Chapter Sending
    Delegates to Convention
    CO:-;. Chapter of the American
    M week t give their delegates a
    propi: -end-off to the dedication
    conve \un in Denver of the new
    researci wing of the hospital
    Tht t'."th anniversary conference
    of th( National Council of Auxil-
    iaries will meet Aug. 13 to 16.
    The September meeting of Coral Chap-
    ter tc leport on the conference.
    Bfch'-ates are Mrs. Jules Wes-
    ton, : -ident ol Coral Chapler.
    MfB. !?Miig Rubinstein. Mrs Har-
    ry 1! -ihuart/ ar.d Mrs. Murry
    Harn .p The> left Wednesday
    by jet airline for Denver, and each
    will go separate ways on vacations
    for the balance of the month.
    Mrs Schwartz will go to Los
    Angeles to visit a niece and two
    grand-nieces and bring her son.
    Donald, back to school, and pre-
    paration for his Bar Mitzvah in
    February.
    Mrs. Harrison is going to the
    World's Fair In New York, and
    Mrs. Rubinstein will visit rela-
    tives in Texas. Mrs. Joe Schaffer.
    a national delegate, past presi-
    dent of Coral Chapter, will be driv-
    ing to the convention with her
    husband and visit her grandson.
    Roger Schaffer. who is attending
    school in Las Vegas. Nev.
    WANT

    AilE tNVMTED TO
    01 MIMHWS
    nu-fi-TO-.M iiool fasuio\ shows:
    get your "agent 007" badge at any Burdine's back-to-school show
    AMERICAN GIRL FASHION SHOW
    SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2 P.M.
    Burdine's Dadeland, upper level
    see the swingingest "in" looks this side of school,
    modeled by our Junior High School Board. Listen
    to the "Yea-Yea' music of the Chessmen!
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    SEVENTEEN "I IN FASHION" SHOW
    MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 7:15 P.M.
    Downtown Miami Burdine's, 4th floor Auditorium
    Meet Gay Messina, guest editor of Seventeen!
    Repeat show:
    163rd St. Burdine's, August 21,7 p.m. YFS Middle Level.
    1
    J
    by ISABEL GROVE
    Mi.-s Nancy Berman was hon-
    ied at a bridal shower Tuesday
    ?rnoon in the Deauville Hotel's
    tiarlcinagne Room Hostesses
    the 50 guests were Mrs. A.
    Ictor Huber. Mrs. Ralph Shere
    IJd Mr-. Louis Grossman .
    Be bride-to-be and her fiance,
    ark Sokilik, are both grads of
    liami U. Her degree is in
    location, his in business admin
    ^t ration .
    Hoiiseguesting at the No.
    |iami Beach home of Rabbi
    lose- and Dora Weiss, her sis-
    r Janet with husband Moses
    epfer and their three, Ger-
    Jde. Herbie and Joseph .
    a first look at the Gold Coast
    the Brooklyn family .
    {abbie Weiss, who came here
    )m the Bronx seven years ago,
    practising his do-re-mi's for the
    chanting he will offer during the
    High Holy Days at Young Is-
    rael.
    * t *
    The Harold R. Hirschfield
    family giving up their home on
    Miami Beach for new abode at
    20201 So. Woodland Rd., Shaker
    Heights, o. .
    Joining the trek to the cool
    North Carolina mountains are
    the Howard Katzens, So. Miami,
    who will be spending the next
    ten days at Whittier.
    *
    A delayed happy ending to
    Pauline Grunduerg's planned
    vacation to New York Left
    Miami Beach for the Promen
    Continued on Pag* 3-B
    CINDERELLA "WAND'-erful FASHION SHOW
    on TV WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 8 A.M.
    Channel 10, Molly Turner Show
    See delightfully animated drawings of the season's
    newest fashions, for round-the-clock wearing!
    MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FASHION TEA
    THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 3:30 P.M.
    Downtown Miami Burdine's, Hibiscus Dinrng Room
    Ingenue magazines GIRL GAME sponsored by Cocoa Plum
    Women's Club to benefit Willie Holdren Memorial
    Scholarship Fund. Donation, $?. Call MO 7-7916 for tickets.
    YEA-YEA-YEA FASHION JAMBOREE
    SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2 >.M.
    Burdinf's Dadeland, Deb's Den
    have a chance to win a Beatle record and pictures!
    Modeling of the most-wanted styles for campus,
    plus the way-out music of the Chessmen! You'll
    lunnlMnt fhiorta
    BURD I N
    B-MBM


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    to dtfciua ~Tbt Expwoenc** o< a
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    *Jenisf> fk.rktta.ii
    Page 3-B
    fc Wed New
    Hospital Official
    ty Children's Hospital now
    coordinator of Volunteer
    She ll Mrs. Lois Weil.
    J SW 95th 5*.-. a lormer school
    tr and resident of the Miami
    IT 25 years
    mBu)) laude honors graduate of
    the Bm\ersity )f Miami, Mrs.
    Iwll be a touch-and-go pro-
    gram, > piny wirh problems, fill-
    ing foiinteer gaps, and supplying
    worn*' :j('\ver wherever it's need-
    tle hospital
    ;.re over 120 Candy Strip-
    onage gir'.i who do all sorts
    of (lores, and many "senior" or
    adult vi'ijnteer- "lade up primar-
    ily of v,.inioi! wi-ii arc members
    of the variety Women's Commit-
    tee.
    ; f the functional commit
    -. Weil will help coordi-
    ilde Norses' Aides, Party
    Play Therapy, Hostess
    ii-nt Department), Sew-
    , Hospitality (Gift) Shop.
    ml hospital services.
    women volunteers are
    anxious he!" r children and
    want ti work Erectly with the
    tiny p;r ents." -.id Mrs. Weil.
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    to rotate their assign-
    tbey'U enjoy what they're
    'Sing-a-Longs'
    a need for more adult
    tlunteers now that the
    nillion b Hiding program
    . comp!---ion and 85 more
    patient-beds ha.- >een added, she
    pointed out.
    Tifereth Jacob
    Rummage Sale
    Tempi? Tit'ere'u Jacob Sister-
    hood; i- spor-niiu a giganUc
    rumftSi sale Monday through
    Wednesi'oV. Aus 31 to Sept. 2.
    fronSe ?o 5 v <'
    To br neld at 903 K. 4th Ave..
    Hialeati next d: to the Temple.
    proceed will '> channeled to
    mimteii. nee .-.' the Religious
    ol building and teachers' sal-
    sale of usable articles was
    initiate* i i>y (!'. ;ho agoaru has r-. ..ined a prime
    fufflftfai i.ng pr ever since.
    V
    Pioneer Women
    to Open Season
    Mrs. Milton Green, president,
    Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
    Women, has called a meeting for
    Tuesday, 1 p.m.. in the Community
    Room of Miami Beach Federal.
    *
    Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president
    of Miami Beach Club I, an-
    nounces the first meeting of the
    season will be held on Thursday,
    Aug. 20, 1 p.m., at Washington
    Federal, 123-1 Washington Ave.
    Mrs. Jenny Seitlin, chairman of
    the Nominating Committee, will
    present a new slate of officers,
    elections will be held, and plans
    for the year's activities formulat-
    ed.
    * *
    Beach Club II is holding the
    first meeting on Monday, 1 p.m.,!
    at Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
    ington Ave. Mrs. Ida Liftman,
    president, plans to outline acti-
    vities for the season.
    Registration for Hebrew and Sun- *
    day School at Temple Adath Ye- Kadimah Chapter is sponsoring
    shurun is scheduled for Sunday, an evening boatride for all Pio-
    9 to 2 p.m. j neer Women and friends on Sun-
    Yehuda Segal, education direc- day. Aug. 30, at 5 p.m.
    tor. suggests that "parents who
    have not yet registered their chil-
    i dren do so on the specified date
    and time to insure that all stu- 0* OI\m
    dents be assigned to their desig- Ml Wl V/IOtTI
    nated classes prior to the open-) Scmi monthly "Sing a Longs"
    ing date of school which is Aug. planned originally for members of
    31 Temple Or Olom Sisterhood have
    The qualified, experienced staff bcen so popu|ar that they arc now
    01 teachers in addition to the open ,0 husbands and cniidren
    ! recognized, approved curriculum over 12
    utilizing the most modern methods _. _
    Of teaching, "have earned for the Chairman of Judaism Id the
    Temple's Hebrew and Sunday C"\m't,ee- ** Emery
    Schools an enviable reputation G"- >nitlacteJK *he. meetin*
    j ,_ u 11 ; tuZ un,ii, which offer Sabbath hymns and
    and high standing in the North
    Miami Beach community. he; trar>8slitcration
    "Modern centrallv-cooled and Next session will be held on
    heated 'classrooms' house the Wednesday evening. Mrs. Alvin
    ,t.noo| Levenson is Sisterhood president.
    The Hebrew School accepts chil- ----------------------
    dren from age 8. nd !Sunday MOXWOM HoUSC
    . School children are eligible to at
    tend beginning l age 5. lOPS TOT HolldaV
    The Nursery School and Kinder- r 1
    fatten are scheduled to begin Sept. Maxwell House Coffee, long a
    1. with its own certified teaching favorite in Jewish homes, is the
    staff, fully-equipped playgrounds perfect beverage to top off your
    and classrooms and approved pre- Rosh Hashona dinners. The mak-
    n-hool for children 3 and 6. era of Maxwell House are old
    hands in the art of blending cof-
    fee, and the results of many years
    of perfecting the best possible
    blend is apparent with your first
    sip-
    Mother will want to keep a fresh
    pot on the stove so that when the
    holiday cooking is done and the
    house is sparkling clean, she can
    relax with a good cup of coffee.
    Then late at night, when the
    last guest is gone, and the chil-
    dren are all tucked in bed, mother
    and father can keep the holiday
    glow alive by chatting over their
    final cup of Maxwell House Cof-
    fee.
    So for New Year, and all year
    through, make your guests feel
    truly "at home" by serving them
    Maxwell House, the coffee that's
    good-to-the-last-drop.
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    ade at Long Beach but ended up
    at Mt. Sinai Hospital instead
    . But that was two weeks ago,
    and now she's permitted to sit
    up and is looking forward to
    complete recovery and the de-
    layed holiday Constant visi-
    tor was son Moses .
    And recuperating from eye
    surgery at Miami Beach's Mt.
    Sinai. Mrs. Frieda Rappaport,
    now resting at home. 5180 NW
    2nd Ter.
    Cheers for Ida and Mike For-
    er who never (well, almost nev-
    er' faltered on the schedule
    planned for the family vacation
    by teen-age Mindy and Joe .
    It took 13 hours per day for five
    days to cover 37 major exhibits
    and quite a few minor ones at
    the World's Fair Fortunate-
    ly for the senior Forers, the
    weather cooperated by remain-
    ing a comfortable 55 to 60 de-
    grees, although they occasional-
    ly thought wistfully of heavier
    clothing left hanging in the
    closets of their Miami home .
    Reward for it all was a week-
    end in Mt. Kosco, with boating
    and swimming ottering milder
    activity, and a chance for Mindy
    and Joe to meet "trillions" of
    cousins for the first time .
    Most prized memory for the deb
    Greenwich Village"the most"
    . For Joe, the live-hour sub-
    way ride for the same 15 cents.
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    Miamians Mollye and Morris
    Garber home from a six-week
    trip to Europe Crossed the
    Atlantic on the SS France, spent
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    rove
    a week in Paris, including an
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    found the gondolas every bit as
    romantic as they had imagin-
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    Although they enjoyed every-
    thing they saw and did. the high-
    light of the trip for the Garbers
    was the three days they spent
    in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, with Dr.
    and Mrs. Alexander Blivajs and
    their 10-year-old son ... A neph-
    ew and niece whom they had
    never seen before, getting ac-
    quainted with them and their un-
    familiar way of life filled every
    waking moment with joy and
    wonderment .
    Last leg of the journey was
    another week in London with
    more exhaustive sightseeing and
    then the SS Coronia to New York
    and arrival home from a first
    trip to the continent, which left
    almost nothing to be desired,
    . except perhaps plans for
    the second.

    Month-long vacation over for
    Rabbi Simon and Fanny April
    now home, but with .1 new ad-
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    daughter. Esther, and spouse
    Herbert Blumenthal. plus the
    offspring. Harvey 16. Sarah 12.
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    jay. August 14, 1964
    vJenlsli Artftoi
    Page 5-B
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    laces ...
    First Service At Synagogue
    lONE EXCITING MONTH
    "It has been the most exciting month we
    |h;ive ever known," said Mona (Mrs. Philip)
    .Varshaw. Daugter Staci was engaged on July
    (12 to Shepard Lesser and is to be married this
    [Friday. In between, came all of the trousseau
    hopping, wedding arrangements and parties,
    Earties, parties. The first was a shower given
    b> Mrs William Lowen-
    thal and Miss Joan
    Marcus. Many of Staci's
    Jiigh school friends were
    [there, including Mrs.
    Javid Langer, Mrs. Max
    Ispeigelman and Mrs.
    [Michael Segal. Friends
    lot her mother's, Mrs.
    i Leonard Kggert. Mrs.
    teuton Levinson and
    Irtrs. Irving Hirsch. were
    hostesses at a "Happy
    Brunch" luncheon at
    pie Alcazar Hotel.
    JGuests at this linen
    (ghowor included Mrs.
    Moe Feingold, who act-
    pd as cupid in introducing the couple, Mrs. Neil-
    Em Weinkle, Mrs. If. J. Kratze. Mrs. Kervin
    Shaftcn and Mrs. John Feller. Mrs. Joseph Les-
    ser, mother of the groom, came in from West
    Palm Beach where they have lived for the past
    thirty-eight years.
    Next came a kitchen shower at the Colum-
    bus Hotel given by Mrs. Robert Lewison. Mrs.
    [Max Lewison and Miss Ruth Sperling. Staci's
    .kitchen will be in shades of blue, but the guests
    [weren't feeling blue at all. Included in the
    j party-goers were Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. Frank
    i Barer, Mrs. Joseph Oarvett, Mrs. Paul Sobel
    MONA
    and Mrs Theodore Sandier. The bridal lunch-
    eon just before the wedding, was to be given by
    Mrs. Edward Roth, Mrs. Raymond Feincr and
    Mrs. Sidney Teller. Among guests were to be
    Mrs. Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mrs. Lou
    Grossman. Mrs. A. L. Nadler, Mrs. Daniel Sep-
    ler and Mrs. Leo Ackcrman. Cynthia and Jos-
    eph Warshaw. Staci's brother, came from Balti-
    more with their two youngsters, Laura and De-
    borah, in time for Cynthia to be at the luncheon.
    Sylvia Lcfcourt who is floating on a satin
    cloud in Europe, wrote Irom Auchgerarden,
    England, that she can't believe that the wed-
    ding is happening while she is away. It's the
    only event in the Warshaw family that the Let-
    courts have missed.
    MEN COOKS ARE BEST
    Well, it all depends, Larry Sherman does
    the barbecuing at the Sherman house, but Jane
    made aS of the schnecken (pecan rolls), banana
    cake and ice box cake the night they had guests
    for dinner A fancy cut-out watermelon basket
    filled with fresh fruit was in the center of the
    hulfet table. After-dinner games included one
    that made a terrific bit called "Name the Fa-
    mous Person." There was a tie for first place.
    One winning team was David Schonzeit and
    Marilyn (Mrs. Harry) Smith, and the other win-
    ning team was Irene (Mrs. David1 Schonzeit and
    Phillip liloom. Swimming in the pool came next,
    along with the modeling of an almost topless
    bathing suit. Among the guests were Judy and
    Tom Gerard, Barbara and Bob Sussman. Gerry
    Lou and Buster Silverman. Linda and BUI Bind-
    er. Marilyn and Howard Avers, Judy and Larry
    Markman, and Dr. and Mrs. Howard Nevell
    It will be a reverent moment lor
    I'll III ipwill when the first reli- i
    gious services begin at the com
    pleted premises of the Jacob C. j
    Cohen Community Synagogue at
    1532 Washington Ave.
    Special Mincha services to sanc-
    tify the new location will be held
    on Sunday at 6 p.m. The observ-
    ance will be a prelude to the grand
    dedication planned lor later Ui
    the year.
    Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider.
    spiritual leader of the new syna-
    gogue, stated that "when the Holy
    Temple in Jerusalem was built.
    Ihe King and the Elders first as-
    sembled in sacred prayers to
    sanctify the ground and the sacred
    vessels."
    Jacob C. Cohen, president and
    founder, is extending an invita-
    tion to the Jewish community to
    visit the new synagogue for the
    lirst prayer service.
    the smartest three words
    you can say about a function:
    It's at DOK\L
    FRANCES LEHMAN



    Freidins Will Live in Gables
    Now on ;i honeymoon in the
    Caribbean. Mr. and Mrs Howard
    Alan Freidin "ill live in Coral
    Gables They were married in
    the Miradoral Room of the Doral
    Country Club on Saturday even
    ing, Aug. 8.
    The former Marilyn Rose Gid-
    ney .-elected a Biaochi original
    of white >ilk peau de soie styled
    with a beaded alencon lace em-
    pire bodice and long tapered lace
    sleeves. The controlled peau de
    soie skirt terminated in a flow-
    ing beaded alencon cathedral
    train, and tiers of French illusion
    were held by a beaded pillbox.
    Gowned in long yellow chiffon
    empire frocks, attendants includ
    ed Marsha Gidney, maid of hon-
    or, Linda Adelman. Marjorie Ep
    stein, Merle Freidin and Adele
    Goldklang.
    The bridegroom's brother. Philip
    Freidin, served as his best man,
    with Steve Chase, Robert Cole,
    Mark Demsky, Jeffrey Gidney,
    ushers, and Georgie Luck, ring
    bearer.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
    ris J. Gidney, 5251 No. Bay Rd..
    the bride is a June graduate of
    Boston University where she was
    1 a speech therapy major. She is
    a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
    Sorority and Sigma Alpha Eta,
    ; speech honorary society.
    The bridegroom is the son of
    , Mr. and Mrs. Alex Freidin, 1270
    1 9-tth St. A graduate of the Uni-
    versity of Miami with a degree
    in accounting, he will enter the
    university's School of Law.
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    Beach. Superbly
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    luncheons, business
    meetings .
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    Spaciousness is the
    keynote of your affair
    amidst the plushness
    of the Doral Country
    Club. Weddings,
    confirmations, ban-
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    by the country club
    atmosphere of this
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    For complete details, please call
    Mr. Dai id Kovac. Director oj Fond and Bet eragt
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    Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the
    ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to
    ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS
    WILL BE FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th.
    If your Congregation or Organization wishes to be represent-
    ed and has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs. Thompson at
    FR 3-4605
    E. Allen < i ker
    MKS. HOWARD FRflDIN
    PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED
    IN WORKING, SELLING OR STAYING IN
    ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY
    can obtain information through the representative
    of THE JEWISH AGENCY,
    1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Room 205
    JTHURSOAY, AUGUST 20th through MONDAY, AUGUST 23rd
    Telephone for Appointment 532-1707
    Spring Rites For
    Miss Ehrenberg
    | An early spring wedding is
    I planned by Sandra Ehrenberg and
    j Henri Fernanil Wolfe, ton of Mr.
    j and Mrs. Charles S. Wolfe. 1043
    .Hunting Lodge Dr., Miami
    Springs.
    Announcement of the engage-
    nient is made by the parents of
    the future bride, Mr. and Mrs.
    Matthew Ehrenberg, of Long Is-
    land, N.Y.
    The bridegroom-to-be attended
    j local schools and graduated from
    the University of Miami. He now
    lives in New York.
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    Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of
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    BIRTHS IN MIAMI
    First child, Dianne Arlene.
    born Aug. 10 to the former Bar-
    bara L. Laskin and Lewis F.
    Cohen, attorney, of 1850 SW 25th
    Ave. Grandparents for the first
    time are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Laskin, of Miami, and Mr. and
    Mrs. Mortimer Cohen, of Coral
    Gables. Paternal great-grand-
    father is Raphael Goldstein, of
    Atlantic City, N.J.
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    tei* Sobels
    Reside
    Richmond
    ichmoad, Vb., will be the fu-
    home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
    pry sobi-i who were married
    iday, Aug. 0, in a double ring
    Idlelighf ceremony. Rabbi
    rbi-rt Baumgard performed the
    nuptials held at Temple
    Am, A reception at West-
    fcoke Country Club followed,
    f'le fi rmer Michele Joyce Lebo-
    selected a floor-length gown
    imported chantilly lace with a
    jllant skirt. It was styled with
    p sleeves to wrist point, seal-
    neckline reembroidered with
    |uins and pearls, and a fitted
    Ice featuring a bow in the
    ir four-tier French illusion fell
    111 a tiara of crystals, and the
    |al bouquet was made up of
    iscade of white orchids.
    laid of honor was Ronnie Ros-
    irg and Aiicne Sobel. Maxme
    lor served as bridesmaids,
    yer girl was Debra Feld. and
    . Louis Feld took charge of
    guest book.
    MRS. PfTfR SOBtL
    Miss Mire!l Weds
    Mark Finkel
    At Doral Beach
    The Doral Reach Hotel was the
    -(tting for the wedding done in
    shades of pink and green which
    united Paula Anna M'rell and
    Mark Jay Finkel on Saturday
    evening, Aug. 8. A reception and
    sealed dinner followed in the
    Mediterranean East Room.
    Rabbi Samuel April officiated at
    the nuptials.
    For the ceremony, the bride
    chose a gown of sata peau with
    a modified skirl highlighted in ap-
    pliques and seed pearls and a
    regal train. The bodice was de-
    signed with a round neckline am
    hand work of Swiss appliques am
    seed pearls and long sleeves tap-
    ered to wrist points.
    The veil of imported siik il-
    lusion was draped to a crown of
    seed pearls and sequins, and she
    carried an arrangement of white
    1 orchids. lilies-of-the-valley and
    stephanotis on the bridegroom's
    Bar Mitzvah Bible.
    i Honor attendants were Mrs.
    Beth Torah Lists
    School Facilities
    Se bridegroom's brother. Al-
    Sobel. was best man. Eric Forida in December, and is a A)an Cohcn and Abbv Mireli tho
    Bwitz, brother of the bride, and j member of Delta Phi Epsilon, soc-; bride's sister. Dianne Whitman
    rk Freeman ushered. Steven, ial sorority. and caii Saxe 8erved as brides-
    el, the bridegroom's brother. Now attending Medical College, majds.
    ring bearer. | of Virginia, the bridegroom, for-
    ie bride is the daughter of Mr. i merry of West Orange, N.J., is a, Bcst man was Alan Cohen, with
    Mrs. Sidney Lebowitz. 7835 graduate of Miami Beach High, Leonard Click and Charles
    98th Ct.. and granddaughter; and the University of Florida. He Prince, groomsmen.
    Mrs. Lee Krugman, who at- is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Daughter of Mr and Michael
    tied the wedding. i Sobel. of Houston, Tex., formerly Mirell. 8125 SW 17th Ter.. the
    graduate of Coral Gables of Miami Beach. bride is a graduate of Southwest
    Mrs. Lebowitz will receive Jamaica was the honeymoon Senior High and is now attending
    Jegree from the University of destination of the newlyweds. Dade County Junior College N'urs
    ----------------------------------------------------ir.g School.
    shouts of -Shalom" will rever-
    berate through the halls of Beth
    Torah Religious School for the
    first time this coming school year
    on Monday. Aug. 31. when classes
    in the Hebrew School Department
    oi the synagogue will resume,
    George Katzman, chairman of the
    Board of Education, and Abraham
    J. Gittelson, education director
    indicated.
    Veteran members of the 11
    brew School staff include Mrs
    Jack Diamond. Mrs. Irving Set
    del, Alexander Andron. Mrs. Mor-
    ris Levin, Hyman Cohen, Bmanuei
    Feder, Mrs. David Osman and
    Mrs Howard ROmer, Serving on
    Ihe Sunday School staff will be
    Mrs, Florence Gnu-sin. Mrs. Joan
    Cohen, Miss Kay Levin. Mrs. Max
    Steinfink and Warren Zundell.
    Included in the school program
    nil! be such special features as
    1 regular remedial studies. "Hebrew
    Thru Fun." an oral aural prepara
    tory Hebrew School program, both
    Hebrew and General High School
    programs and clubs, student con-
    gregation services.
    The pre-Sehool division of the
    school is headed by Mrs. Sidney
    Kcshlansky. and offers a complete
    readiness program. Serving on
    the Pre-School staff, all licensed
    and certified by the Bureau of
    Jewish Education, will be Mr-
    Sol Ellenbcin. Mrs. Florence.
    Ginesin, Mrs. Dorothy Gruen, Mrs
    . Eugene Marshall and Mrs. Her
    The evenings feature guided ,)ert Comm
    In addition, the synagogue pro-
    vides an active youth program
    with its TNT (Talit and Tfilin)
    Club, USY for juniors and seniors
    of high school under the direction
    Martin Arono
    MRS. MARK F/NKF1
    Open House
    At Beth Am
    Temple Beth Am. 5950 No. Ken-
    dall Dr., is holding open house
    each weekday evening between 8
    and 10 p.m.
    tours through the new sanctuary,
    social hall, library, youth lounge
    and classroms. In addition, Rab-
    bi Herbert Raumgard and mem-
    iwn GrOSSITian TO bG Married A ( iA with Gross ""' sluu hers of the Board of Directors are
    the bridegroom graduated from on hand to answer any quest.on q| Mai.sha|, BaU(|th -^ yoim
    Irs Murry Grossman. 8335 SW uate of Palm Beach High School. Miami Beach Senior High and re- pertaining to the Temple J||dMa ro(|ps ujtl)- qu.1,i.|,,
    Religious School will begin on ycuth leaders. AZA and Other
    th Dr., announces the engage-
    lie attended the University of ceived a degree in accountancy
    t of her daughter. Dawn Beth. Florida, where he received his
    ..ewis Kapner, son of Mr. and Bachelor of Arts in economics.
    Irving Kapner. 258 County He was tapped lor membership
    Rd., Palm Reach She is in Florida Blue Key, leadership
    tile daughter Of the Lite Mr. honorary.
    rr> Grossman, Mr. Kapner received his law de-
    tis, Grossman is a native -ice from Stetson University,
    Miain.a;: She attended the I in where he was president of the
    venity of Florida, where she was Senior Class. He was a member
    an affiliate anil officer o| Alpha of Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity
    Epsilon Phi. executive officer of His law education was furthered
    th* Women's Student Association at George Washington Timer
    a member of Florida Blue sity Law School and Harvard Law
    Speaker's Bureau, School.
    |e graduated from the School Mr. Kapner i- a member of the
    lucation at the University Of Palm Reach County liar Associa
    and is presently teaching lion. He is presently Assistant
    |ie English Department of Ilia ( ountj .solicitor in Palm Reach
    High School. County, when' he has served in
    fr fiance is' a native of the this capacity since 1!H!2.
    Beach where his familj has The couple will be married Aug
    sini e iri**>. and is a gra i 30.
    from the University of Miami. His
    parents are Mr and Mrs. Morns
    Finkel. 9316 Collins Ave
    Sunday morning, Sept. i> Classes Serving as spiritual leader of "he
    from kindergarten through ninth congregation and providing all
    On their return from a trip to grade will be taught each day. over direction is Rabbi Mas \
    Jamaica, the newlj weds will live Confirmation classes will meet on Lipschitz, with Ren Zion Kirscl
    at 2001 NE 167th St. Saturday mornings. baum as Cantor.
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    Jeweler is Also Polishing TV Diamond
    He offered the
    diamond ring
    the customer I
    .uned it my-
    -If." he -,nd
    From raw ele-
    ments a -hiny
    thing i- -haped,
    'in.tior. ..rid assigned b>
    ;h<- communitv a value incon-
    ith it- intrinsic quail-
    it diamonds or people
    :..hncation i^ a universal law
    e ii inall recornpensi
    the poor product and for :h' un
    killed producer thereby resign-
    ed to the pursuit erf illu-i\e pleas-
    ure to rapport Ms thin existence.
    EM make a better diamond or
    person, and "such wealth bnnas"
    :hat a man would "scorn to
    Us -tat- with kings
    Volunteer Work
    David Rabinowitz i* a man
    ted w ith hi- >-tute and ded-
    ' > lif' of -hapint: thine-
    ler ith his partners, his
    'ather brother and- brother in-
    aw he operates the Diamond
    holei ile jewelrj con-
    low n Miami
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    luonina
    prepare for the profession by
    their experience with the "Court
    of Junior Pleas And David
    Rabinnwitz feels a sense of ac-
    complishment in shaping the
    lives of others
    Toward the Theatre
    Rabinowitz, recognizing the
    possibilities of role-therapy and
    problem-solving inherent in his
    format, ha- volunteered to work
    with youngsters at the Kendall
    home. Every Thursday evening,
    be goes to Kendall and produces
    a -how, USing a problem BUg
    gated by the youngsters who
    also play the parts in the drama
    He -ees. first hand, the mar
    velous results from articulating
    and examining problem- 11<-
    hopes to help design a better
    person
    When Dave Rabinowitz was
    eleven years old, hi- family left
    Europe. Hi- father arranged for
    nit
    a~ Hebrew-*-;;r*er to t!
    them to Amenta sothithu
    dren would nut nil.. ,. "
    sons. At the age
    Rabinowitz quit high -
    went into the fag
    which wa- jewelrj
    through the years, he
    toward the Iheatn
    drama work one -
    played in summer -
    Ann Harding, and :-...-
    arrived in Miami.
    drama on state WQA
    About eight yi ,,i-
    cided to resume hi-
    cation. and after :
    -< DOOi equixalencv t. .
    in the University ol
    philosophy major
    e (]
    I radsJ
    "j| tit]
    a
    -nan'
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    DAVID RABINOWITZ
    carvin-) good life
    s
    i7 r
    Marc Portnoy
    .it Ten

    IIit z n./i
    \ student -f the
    of 11- h Mil the
    Beth M ishc
    celebrant at-
    Thomas Jefferson Junior
    - turdaj orning, l*nds
    ;iulude the Bar Mitz High
    'if \lr and Mrs \ ,;i,.t dinner will be held at
    j Rabbi Daniel M Michael's home "n Sunda) after
    no m
    eight radi
    nior High, the Harold Sluchak
    ieen a student in the 1 Bai Mitzvah of Harold, son
    Religious School lor the ol Mr and Mrs Morris .sluchak.
    past three yean will be observed during services
    i t- here for the oc Saturdaj morning, Aug IS, con-
    n --s ill be Marc's grandpar- dtnrted by Rabbi S T Swirsky at
    Mr and Mr- Moe Portnoy, Israelite Center
    : N'ev York A graduate of the Centers Re-
    ligions School, the celebrant is
    Michael Ehrlich in the eighth grade at Ponce de
    Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leon Junior High.
    ard Ehrlich will become Rar He will be honored at I re-
    Mitzvah on Saturday, Aug 15, at ception on Sunday afternoon in
    be Congregation Kid- the home of hjs uncle and aunt,
    in hii honor will follow the Mr and Mrs Robert Perez
    a diamond ring that is not only
    beautiful but distinctive I have
    yet to fail in delighting my cus-
    tomer
    But possibly his more self-ful-
    filling satistactions are attained
    through hi- volunteer work with
    delinquent children at Kendall
    and by creating drama for tele-
    vision
    About ten year* ago. Rabino-
    witz conceived an original idea
    for a television program. He
    called his -how the Court of
    Junior Pleas."
    'My purpose was to design a
    vehicle for airing and solving
    problem- between parent and
    children." -aid Rabinowitz "My
    format simulates an actual court
    room scene. The problem is -ub-
    mitted by the youngster, the
    judge is played by a volunteer
    attorney or judge, the prosecut-
    ing and defending attorneys are
    -elected from high school de-
    bating t< BUM, and the jury i-
    picked at random from the itudio
    audience
    Right Decision
    Mr Jack Yogman has been ap Sons and Federal Tell |
    The jury is unrehearsed But pointed assistant to the president Radio Corporation. I: ,
    :t i- interesting to find that al- of Joseph E Seagram & Son-, [nc Telephone and Telesr..: |
    ter forty weeks of telecasting, it wa> announced by Edgar M a chemical engineer
    thirty-three verdicts wen Bronfman, president from Cooper Inion <
    brought in for the parent- bj a Yogman 1- currently a vice _____________________
    teen-age jurj president and a member ol the
    it i- Mr Rabinowitz's conclu- Hoard of Directors ol Seagrams
    tl t if youngsters are given one ol the largest distillers in the
    the chance to discuss their prob- United State- He will continue
    lems, they'll usuall) come up to serve in these capacities, in
    with the right decisions addition to assuming the added re
    The Court of Junior Pleas" sponsibilities of his new position
    i- about to be purchased for net- He joined the company in 1951
    work broadcasting it.- poten and previously had been associat-
    for influencing the direction ed lor ii years with Stevenson
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    All of Him Crej-
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    philosophy." -aid M
    wits. "I want to affi
    he said "1 want |
    make a better life
    Whether his com.
    tnonrf?. people or idi
    Rabinowitz is InvoJ
    imagination, all
    creating. And that
    tool for carving the .
    ' teach
    3abino-
    eopfc/'
    'o them
    * dia.
    . Davidfl
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    August 14, 1964
    *Jewish Fk>ridfiain
    Page 9-B
    Norton Tire Co. Opens Branch In North Dade

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    Norton Tire Company c*t>S*1M*
    40th year of operation this week
    with announcement of the open-'
    ing of a new store in North Miami
    Iicach.
    President Norton Pallot said
    the new store is located at 1700
    [' NE 163rd St.. and opened its doors
    for business on July 27. A Grand
    Opening Sale and ribbon-cutting
    ceremony is scheduled.
    Manager of the 12th store in
    the chain is Harold "Hoppy"
    Hurlock, a 10-year employee of
    the company. He is former
    manager of the Flagler Street
    Store. Assistant manager is
    George Rittenhouse.
    "'"We're" e4iHpped to life aoto- board. Norton Pallot. |lft*ident;
    mobiles easily and swiftly with Howard Katzeii. vice president;
    new Rotary Company hydraulic and S. Ronald Pallot. secretary-
    hoists," he said. treasurer.
    K. Bfcian, furrier of New York and Miami Beach, at luncheon
    ag/Min the DiLido Hotel in honor of Miss Israel, Ronit Rinat,
    id mtered by Arthur Teichner, caterinq manager at the
    LidOt Dignitaries present included Councilman Malvin Eng-
    ndakfand Miss Israel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recht-
    an. At !':> luncheon, Etman is shown presenting Miss Israel
    ith one o! ..is own creations, a white mink fur stole. The
    .ruier-up in the Miss Universe Contest here also received a
    y1o>

  • '-'/ of Miami Beach.
    chechter School In Top Enrollment
    School programs in both school
    buildings.
    The Confirmation Department
    lor seventh, eighth and ninth
    grades will continue it- specializ-
    ed Sunday morning program at
    (he North Branch Building.
    All departments of the school
    are open to members and non-
    members. Further information
    may be obtained from Morris
    TarasOW, education director of
    Temple Emanu-F.l.
    I
    "Our 10,000 sq. ft. structure will
    be the most modern tire and auto-
    care service center in the south,"
    said Pallot.
    Among the new electronic de-
    vices being installed is a John
    Bean VTSU Balancer which aligns
    and balances wheels and tires at
    high speed. Another special fea-
    ture Of the North Miami Beach
    store will be a precision measur-
    ing machine to "true up" brake
    drums and brake shoes. An area
    has been set aside especially for
    truck-tire service
    'Automation has replaced hum-
    an muscle-power in tire service
    centers.'' Pallot pointed out. The
    new -tore will use air-pre-sure-op-
    erated tire machines by "Big 4
    Industries" These will flip old
    tires oil and new ones onto the
    wheel in a few minute.-.
    Norton Tire Company, one of the
    nation's largest B. F. Goodrich
    tire dealers, will carry large in-
    ventories of new passenger and
    truck tires, as well as a big line
    of industrial and farm machine
    tires The Lifetime Guaranteed
    Mufflers will be specially featur-
    ed. These are guaranteed for the
    life of the car.
    An emergency service truck
    completely outfitted with air-com-
    pressor, battery-charger, and re-
    pair tools, will operate on a 24-
    hour schedule.
    Norton Tire maintains a ware-
    house at 5400 MV 27th Ave., and a
    main office at the same address.
    Officers of the company are
    Louis Pallot. chairman of the
    Registration Open
    At Beth Jacob
    Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, in con-
    junction with Morris Krevat. chair-
    man of the Hebrew School, an-
    nounce-; that registrations are now
    being taken for the coming school
    year at Beth Jacob Congregation.
    The school is taught by the
    well-known educator. Rev. Maur-
    ice Mamches, who recently re-
    ceived national acclaim for hi*
    services as a Hebrew teacher for
    the past 25 years.
    For the last three years, it has
    been the policy of Beth Jacob to
    accept students free if qualified.
    Full scholarships are given to
    children regardless of their af-
    filiation.
    . record u-enl for the
    ling ye tl"' Solomon
    echter l> > ^ '"I "f Temple
    anu-El h >- '" ti announced by
    Irving I.ehrman. spiritual
    Aider.
    aid Dr. l. thi- !>;>>
    ool, the i "tie ni it.- kind
    he souther:. mhi oi the I'nit-
    States, is I upon the Con-
    /ative nv> "d philosophy.
    ired to inn'' the needs of the
    il Jewish community, it pro-
    si an outstanding general
    iies and Hebraic program for
    children from nursery through
    rth grade
    la SMI meet in the Temple's
    th TjUMli Building on 77th
    and Dickens Ave. A complete
    sery program is also held in
    Main School Building at 17th
    and .WliHPgton Ave.
    a atMttoa to the Day School,
    nple Emanu F.l provides com-
    te daily Rel ^ r and Sunday
    rVCKT Birthday Friday
    Presidents of more than 250
    women's organizations in Dade
    and Broward Counties have been
    invited to attend ceremonies
    marking television station WCKTs
    eighth anniversary Friday noon
    to 3 p.m. A special press pre-
    view of the Mike Douglas Show
    will highlight the birthday cele-
    bration at the station.
    GET AWAY FROM IT ALL
    Why be swollowed by th* clock'
    Livmg doily in a store of shock'
    Toss your cares inlo H seas.
    Rla yourself amid th* trees.
    Big game fishing oil day long.
    Revel a' night with wine and song'
    A PARADISE? You can be sure.
    Superb dming for '" epicure.
    Accommodations'' The very best
    in native chorm for you to rest.
    Where is this place whereof we boast'
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    Friday. Autrjj
    1 U.
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    Out-of-Country
    Admissions Heavy
    At the Academy
    More than 30 tu4ent from out
    if th* state and Sooth American
    MBkfa are seeking admi-Mon
    he Hebrew Academy for the
    -irmg school semester
    "The deluee of request* from
    r *5 parts Of the Central arM
    h American countries \< amaz-
    Sam Reinhard and Oear
    lher. AdmissiOBi Committee
    "(ha:rmen. said Wednesday
    "Although we have always ac-
    cepted individual students from
    H area-, thi- jrcar'l inquiries
    (Of enrollment have been unpre-
    r- Rabbi Alexander S
    .r<. --. principal of the scnool.
    major problem in accept-
    . Icnti .- the lack of
    roper residence facilities for the
    Rabbi Grow noted.
    The school's official* also re-
    ported that a fleet of nine buses
    is now available to transport
    students from all sections of the
    Oade County area. More than
    SO per cent of the student body
    has been using the transporta-
    tion facilities provided by the
    Academy. Numerous students
    from Hollywood and South
    Miami areas have already reg-
    istered for the coming school
    year.
    Reinhard also pointed out that
    lully planned hot lunches arc
    red dail) to the entire student
    . in the ipacioui Max Silver-
    Dining HalJ
    TO meet the request* of the
    iy parents desiring a Hebrew
    -chool education for their
    children, two nursery groups, one
    ne.-t in the morning hour-.
    ' CM e in the afternoon h
    being planned for the com-
    ( bool term
    Dr. WoHson m Talk
    The second lecture on Spinoza's
    God" will be the topic of a lecture
    by Dr Abraham Wolfson on Thurs-
    day. 1030 am at the Spinoza
    Forum for Adult Education in the
    Auditorium of the Washington
    Federal. 1ZM Washington Ave.
    New PR Firm
    Revealed Here
    Formation of a new advertising-
    relation! organization, Jar
    \ Inc 355 Lincoln
    i;'i Miami Heath, was announced
    Principal- of the firm are S
    ion Jarrett president, and E
    Dsend (Tod) Swalm. vice pres-
    e t Jarret for 25 years was
    idenl of Jarrett Advertising
    :icy. In< V .' York Citj.
    le Sualm recently resigned af-
    ter ii years a- executive vice
    pr< idenl and manager of the Scra-
    wl County Chamber of Com-
    i I c' Jarrett will supervise ad-
    tiaing services of the agency
    and Swalffl will direct public rela-
    tion-; activities.
    In newly-refurbished offices in
    tin penthou-e atop the Cobbs
    Bui ding at the corner of Lincoln
    Rd snd Washington Ave. jarrett
    tciates ha- it- m.n .-\rt Depart-
    i i t beaded by Ronald J. Malon-
    formerl) staff art director of
    Commercial Production De.
    partmenf of WTVJ-TV, Miami.
    TO SERVE YOU
    IS OUR PLEASURE
    Ed. J. Vischi
    ttvni i.siaiv in
    III itu Iti urn lus
    12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE
    Phone PL 4-4661
    Miller Electric Co.
    of Miami, Inc.
    QUALITY CONTRACTING I SCKVICt
    3905 N.W. 37th Ct.
    Ph. NE 3-2686
    Beth Shirah Will fi w Cemr d
    Affiliate With
    United Synagogue
    Service Honors
    Late Teacher
    Saul Porush
    Member- of the Hebrew Acad-
    emy staff and officers joined
    friends of the late Saul Porush on
    Monday to marie the ".-hloshim"
    30-day mourning period since his
    ng.
    Mr Poru-h. uho was a mem-
    ber of the Academy faculty, had
    tribute paid to him by many of
    his students, as well a> Rabbi
    Joseph Rackorsky, of Beth Tiflah
    Concregation. who led the ser-
    \ .(A
    Prior to nil passing, Mr
    Porush was honored upon his
    completion of a decade of service
    to the school
    "Ht was a mi'ter Tanach
    teacher," said one of his stu-
    dents at tha "shloshim" service.
    "He could make Jeremiah come
    to life. He could paint a pic-
    ture of ancient Babylon with his
    colorful and simple language."
    Accordins to Rabbi Morris L.
    Horovitz, the Academy's assistant
    principal: "Mr Poru-h's entire
    life, hi- attitude toward his col-
    ues and his relationship to
    hi- students all exemplified the
    noble character of the true Torah
    personality.*'
    In order to exand its religious
    program and enable its youth
    groups to participate in the many
    religious, social and cultural acti
    vities of the I'nited Synagogue
    Youth. Temple Beth Shirah will
    receive its charter of affiliation
    and enrich its Reconstructionist
    ideology with the additional region-
    al programs of the United Syna-
    gogue.
    The philosophy of Judaism
    c.-poused by Reconstructionist
    Temple- is clo-er to the Conser-
    vative wing of Jewish living." ex-
    plained Rabbi Morn- A Skop.
    On Sunday at I p.m., mem-
    bers of the Temple's Third Ad-
    visory Council will host an open
    house at the Temple.
    Congregation leader*, headed
    i-. David Bendell, chairman, will
    present Rabbi Skop. Cantor Her-
    Gottlieb, education princi-
    pal- and faculty member-
    Plan> for the new educational
    building to be constructed ad
    jacenf to the pre-ent sanctuary
    will be presented.
    Chairman of the open house.
    Mrs Marvin R Guberman. Invites
    all re-ident- Of Southwest Miami.
    Coral Gable* and Kendall to at-
    tend the social and meet mem-
    bers and personnel of the Temple
    Reservations are being accept-
    ed for High Holy Day services in
    the air-conditioned Temple, and
    registration roles for daily He-
    brew and Sunday Religiou- School
    opening Sept 13 are open.
    The Temple Nursery-Kindergar-
    ten w ill operate daily.
    Southwest Jewish Center will
    !>old its annual membership dance
    and party on Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
    The Howard Atan Orchestra and
    other entertainment will highlight
    the evening, and refreshments will
    be served
    Moil Supervisors
    In Confab Here
    The Post Office Department will
    research new management selec-
    tion methods to keep pace with
    rising mail volume while main-
    taining efficient, low-cost service
    to the public. Assistant Postmaster
    General Richard J Murphy an-
    nounced here Tuesday.
    Murphy said that the Post Of-
    fice Department is embarking
    upon a year's study of supervisory
    selection criteria among its own
    .S50.000 employees, plu- research-
    ing the methods used in compar-
    I le private industry and in other
    government departments and
    agencie-
    Tha head of the Post Office's
    Bureau of Personnel told dele-
    gates to the National Association
    of Postal Supervisors, in con-
    vention at the Americana Hotel,
    that "our supervisory first-team
    is strong today. We must, how-
    ever, develop a strong 'bench'
    of middle management to cope
    with the problems of tomorrow.
    "Effective line supervision is
    essential to efficient postal admin-
    istration and we are going to do
    all we can to identify and obtain
    that kind of supervisory material
    within our rank- "
    Optimists Plan
    October Music
    Six Optimist clubs iB r^.
    County are forgetting ibstn J
    heat in August and c--.-.centri3
    on music in October '"'*
    The program will o,atBr, JM
    tionally known or_.>r..sU yj
    Osborn. Jerry Gerar _nd p3
    SOU. and other p!!-:^b J
    Ml The Binder Baldwin p3
    Company, of Miami .- a-suj
    the Optimists in the ;ram
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    August 14, 1964
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    Page 11-B
    \Dbituari*M
    LEGAL NOTICE
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    tAPD, Mil" 66, "f '--:' sw
    ,i aim '" Services m
    v..-- Riverside
    (ken. Sarah. 15, of 55 N"W
    \f,... died Aug 10. Oordon.
    Mildred. I, of M..... BW
    died Ai t, '' Gordon.
    18, of 1188 S\v 22nd
    Aug 10 Oordon.
    dan. Sidney, of 6*5 Euolld
    ,,..,; aiiu. 10. Uoruan.
    Ivits. Morris. 81, of 600 Lenox
    Auk. i
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    |>v. died A i- 10.
    ,, 7,7. of I4M
    - man.
    Norman, '"-. of
    gerv Ices i"
    -id..
    Mi- Prance*, 7:: ot '.'"
    Rlvi rsidi
    , ;i. ,.i ;T4i s\v 64th
    i. Rlvci ride.
    (BERG. Walter J., 5S, of T75
    ^^t .,i.-rwa> I'i Riverside.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Rlv-i
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    jm. riamut I
    |r ah-
    ,,f MO s\V
    Riverside.
    Washington
    (Sni Indian
    Havel utraa.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN thai
    the iiini,irstgned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name o(
    RICHIE'S RESTAl'RANT *i LOl'NOK
    at 18190 N.w. tad Avenue, Miami,
    I Florida Intends to register said name
    i wild the Clerk ol the Clcrull Courl of
    l lade Countv. Kloi Ida,
    tiENE PRANDI
    Bole Owner
    ' l'AII. KW1TNKY of
    Hlhurateln, Kwitn.-y A UoUdles
    Attorn*) for Applicant
    12 i Lincoln Road Mall
    Miami Reach, Florida
    v u-51 *. 974
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    f.
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    Rochester, NY. Rlv-
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    . h v. int< I -i'l'in of At-
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    (EJERGEB. Sam, 69. "f 791"
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    lian Avi New man.
    Mrs. Beuti cc, 74,
    .f 1300
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    T an.
    OR, Marry, 72, of sol nth St..
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    s. ices in New V,,i k City.
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
    No. *4C g90l
    RANK OK COMMERCE, u Xew Vork
    Imaging uoriteratlon,
    plaintiff,
    \ s
    IMtANi'lS M. KING and l.K"NA T.
    K INfl his wife,
    defendants.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: KRANCIS M. KINO and LEON A
    T KINO, his wife, it alive, and
    if an) of them be di ad, the heirs,
    devls....., grantees, assignees,
    |U uors, ci i (Utors. trustees, or
    irther claimants, b) through, un-
    ,i,-i- i.i ag mist 11" in or any of
    in.in. ami all parties having or
    claiming *o have any right, title
    ,! Interest In the property des-
    , ribed in iii<- complaint.
    Residence Starr Itoute, West-
    minister, South Carolina.
    Yi'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    a suit t,, rorvclose mortgage against
    real and personal propert) has been
    Hied against you in the above ''nun
    h) Hi. Plaintiff, HANK Or COM-
    MERt'E, a New York banking cor-
    IH>ratlon. The propert) soughl i" be
    foreclosed Is as follows:
    I.,.i s. in Block 51, ( CUTLER
    RHK1E BECTRtN 7. according to
    the I'lat thureof, as recorded In I'l.u
    i:.,..|, i;^. at Page 5, the l"uhllc
    Itri ..ids ill I i.i le "ouut) Plorlda.
    Yi>r ARE REOl'IRED t.. serve a
    i,|,v ,,f your answer or othei pleading
    on Plaintiffs Attorney, MAlA-'OLM H.
    KKIEOMAN, 21! >- urlt) True! Itnllil-
    Ing, 118 Easl Klagler Street, Miami
    :;:'. Plorlda, ,ind file the original In
    the office "i the Clerk "f the above
    Court, "ii or before the 11th day of
    September, 1901, in default of which
    the complaint will be taken as con-
    fessed against you for the reHef r.'-
    duested in Plaintiff's complaint and
    pleadings.
    DATED thi- lOlh day <'f August,
    1964.
    i: r. LEATHEBMAN. <.-lcrk
    Clrcuil Court, Dade County, t'i*rlda
    i-,.,ii By: E. H LAM WAY,
    Deput) Clerk
    >. 11-21-28, '.'.-<
    CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
    No. 64C 8081
    HAHKY PRITZU S
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    MADELINE LOUISE PRITZIl'8
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Yt'V. MADELINE LOUISE PR1TZ-
    lis. 1227 West nth Street
    Beaver Foils, lVnns>l\ania
    are Botlfletl to serve n oopy of your
    answer to J'ivon-,. I 'ouiplaint tU\
    against you on Plaintiffs attorney,
    UEUBUE NICHOLAS, (12 N.W. 12th
    Avi-.. Miami. Fin., and file original
    with Clerk '>f this Court on or before
    August 24. 1844, otherwise complaint
    will h.. ,,uf-ss,-ii by you.
    DATED July 21. 194.
    K. B. LBATsUElUtAN, Clerk
    (aeal) B> : C, P. COPELAND
    Deput) I'lerk
    7 24-31, > 7-14
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63675-C
    IN RE: Bstate of
    AUK A HAM BUCKSTEIN
    ak a ALFRED II BL1CKBTE1N
    1 ,,'. a -, ,1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Maims ,.i Demands Againsl Said
    Estati :
    V,,n are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present an) claims and de-
    mands which von may have against
    Hi- estate "f ABBAHAM BUCK-
    STEIN ii k i ALFRED H. BLICK-
    STEIN deceased late of Dade County,
    Florida, i" the County Judges uf Dads
    County, and file the sain- in duplicate
    and as provided In Section 718.14),
    Florida Statutes, in their offices in
    I the County Courthouse In Dade i'uuii-
    iv. Florida, within six calendar months
    'from the tint- <>f the first publication
    hereof or the same will in- barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this ljth
    i day of July, A.D. 1*64.
    /NORMAN BLICKSTEIN
    As Administrator
    Pirst publication >>f this noti......n
    1 the 34th day of July. 1884.
    IHAMI'BLS. SMITH. ESQ.
    attorney f>>r Norman Bllcksteln
    j 407 Lincoln Road -/2l.,,. ,.u
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRril'T OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 64C 8877
    F7DELMIRA MARTINEZ, 0 k a
    -l-111*1 MA MARTINEZ,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    HECTOR \. MARTINEZ.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: Heetor A, Martin-''
    r'o Mrs. l.n/ M Garcia
    101:1 Tif'i". Street, Apt. '-'
    Bronx, N.T.
    You, Hector A. M"'ui-~ "re brs.
    by notlfli-d that a itill of Complaint
    for Pivnr has been (lied against
    von. and you are required to perve a
    oppv "f your Answer or Pleading to
    the' Bill "f fomplalnt on the Plain-
    tiffs attorney, Ray A. Munson, 140
    Ingraham Building, Miami. Florida
    :IS1"1 and file the original Answer or
    Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
    Hi- CJrcull i'.iiiii ',n or before the
    r,th
    f.
    i.
    demanded in the Bill of Oomnlalnl
    This notice shall he published once
    each week for f"iii consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH PI i IRIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 10th day of August, A-l'-
    1964.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    (-. ;,li |tv: K. M I.YMAN.
    Deputy i'1-rk
    > I 1-21-2*. 9 I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engag)
    business under the riclltloui names
    of: KTBRLINO PLUS
    SUPER PAN
    MERIT
    III TEX
    XORTHJiRN STAR l at TiW N.W. S5th Avenue. .Miami,
    h lorida Intends i" retrist. i aaiil names
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1
    Dade I'oiiniy. Florida. ,,,,
    sin iltTENIJCU Cl l*. I 'I I" l-' *UDA,
    IMC.
    H\ : President Oeorge Theobald
    AABl N M KANNER
    :n', Security Trual Bldg.
    Miami 32, Florida
    Attorne) i-r Shortening l '!;
    i >r Florida, Inc. .....
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS IUSREBY IIIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to '.-
    ler Hi- fictitious name i
    Mh ill' ,.f September 1064, If v ott I business under the flctltt..... name oi
    ail to do s... Judgment by default will COMMERCIAL CARPET ANU M R-
    ,.. tak-n againsl you for the relief N1TURE al M*5 B.H Ml
    Miitnii Intends i" reglstei I nan
    with the Clel k of th- I 'lu't
    .,[ i i.ui- County, Florida
    INTERIORS BY .-I KANN INC
    a Fla. corporation
    MORTIMER S. C< >HEN
    Attorne) for Applicant
    :,ir, Alnsle) Bldg.
    8 I I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    business under the fictitious name of
    BRCUBITY TRAININO SKK\ I' Bt
    :,.::. vv Dials Highway, v Miami
    Urach int. nils to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit i ourt oi
    Dade County, Florida.
    RITA L /..Mull.
    Bole < Iwner
    l'AII. KWITNEY of
    Silv-rst-jn. Kn-IUie) *. Ooudlss
    Attorney for M>"lieant
    120 Lincoln Road
    Dr., c
    PEABCt
    Aug. f>. Oovdon,
    1..11 P.. i!' of
    Riverside.
    . Mis. Jennie, s,;. i
    . IVr. died Auk. 4.
    f 1111
    Rivel -
    1961 NIC
    l7th
    JITOCMA
    f NE i:
    side.
    BOOKg*-** II..im of ;:.-, fc::rd
    St. 8V' in N, v. York City.
    Nawan..
    CANTIf :: tie, 67. of 183 3rd St. Ber-
    vlcea- ii.,mi..l loan. Newman.
    KAtrF4At. I'h.li|.. 17. ,.r lilt"" SW
    -IgTTtk-A
    . died Aug. 3. Oordon.
    A ter, 71. of 1383 Plnelfee
    : Ann. 2, BJveralde.
    -. Ilarbai l -".. ..f 116"
    . -,.n An., died Auk 4.
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    N. J.
    Ilagi,.
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    trepan* 'a.-' i:i\-r.-ui. .
    lARRISCN vi .....
    ,f :.ii7
    68,
    Ml-Ha .r Dr.. Ke v Blscayne. S.-r- said
    OURT vices Chicago t: i v et side. urn
    TV. OMA6JK. Vli. rl. '". ..t 1300 Ba) ltd
    Ave.
    'i
    Riven
    VORIN, Uiuls 7'.. i-"" James
    S.-rvlc<"- in I'hiiai!" N-win.ir
    LEI6HER. Ilyman, 13, of :::!" Ocean
    l)r. gk" in -\. York, i o.i.lon
    :hlOmcvitz. I- Kiias ii.. ;".. of
    i Ooe>' 'i itiv i
    LVCHMAN. Mi- M..;ii-. '". uf 310
    i uUiae V1- .-,-hi- in Boston.
    Klweft.o.
    VPUgrlM. Mr-, loa isiiima, 88, of 1130
    SB lli.in.i r.aid-ii- l>r., di.d July
    :n>. jCrvio-s in Moiiii-ai Blveralde.
    >RI4N -. *' l::i1 :
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63>41B
    in RE: Estate of
    stasia QOCLD. formerly known
    as stasia ogtZBCHOWSKI
    I teeeased.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE >F FLORIDA:
    TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE <-V SAID OKCKKKNT. i
    You ar- bereb) nolfi-d that a writ-
    t-n Instrument purportitus tn h,- the i
    last vviii ami testament of said deue-I
    d.Mii has been admitted to probate in
    Void Court. You ar- bereb) -omnialid-
    ,i within six calendar months from
    the date of the first publication of
    this noli to appear In said Court
    and show ca lee, ii an) you can, why
    th- action ot .-aid Court In admlttlhg
    win to probate should not siaial
    ,-oked.
    FRANK B, DOWLINO
    Count) Judge
    B) !/ >IS F. PASTORFIEIJJ
    Clerk
    i-'iist publication of this notice on
    the I nh day of August. I6I
    si i a in:, i. FRIED .v WKll.
    Ailoin-vs for Ih- Ijdal- of
    STASIA iit't'LD. formerly known
    as STASIA OBZECHOWSKI
    4n7 Lincoln Road
    .Miami lira.il. I'lolid..
    1 l-'Jl -88, 9 I
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 64C 8218
    .THE WILLIAMSBUBOH SAVINGS
    BANK,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    JEROME J. lil'TKlN. et OX,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    To: Jerome J. (lutkln and
    Sally it. Gutkin. his wife
    4100 Marine Drive
    Chicago, Illinois
    Yon are hereby notified that the
    above captloned action has been insti-
    tuted against you In the Circuit Court
    of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in
    and for Dade County to foreclo--
    nioriu.it- upon the following U-s-
    crihed teal propert)-:
    I*it 20 Block 36 BCQTT LAKE
    MA Null BUCTK>N FOUR accord-
    log to the Plat thereof, recorded In
    Plat Book 60 at Page ii'-' "f the I'uh-
    lie Becordi of Dade County. Flgrida.
    Y'ou arc required to file your answer
    to plaintiff s complaint with the Cl-rk
    of Uie aforesaid Court and serve a
    copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney
    MARTIN FINE. 14th Floor. Dade
    Federal Building, Miami :i2. Florida,
    not later titan Auu-ust II, H64. or a
    Decree Pro Gonfessp will be entered
    against gou.
    DATEli .lul. 23, IM4.
    B. B. UfiATHBRMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
    (aeal) By! HARUOBRITE MOKVoRD
    Deput) Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    Mill Floor Dade Federal Bldg,
    Miami 32. Florida 7/|1, 8/7.14.M
    6 7-14-21-28
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA 'N PROBATE
    No. 63972-A
    IN IC: Estate "f
    DAVID MABCC8
    "*NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH Ji OICIAL
    CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTT. FLA.
    No. 64C 8018
    CORA LEE SMITH,
    Plaintiff,
    V s.
    JESSE SMITH. JR
    "NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    YOU, JESSE SMITH. JR
    It, -i.i,-ii.- Unknowi
    iiii-,l to .- mc a < your
    to Divorce Compla nt flk '
    ngalnsi you on I'uilmlfl "orni>-
    (lEoRtlE Xli I mi-AS, 612 N.W. !-'
    \v, Miami. Fla.. and flU original
    with cu-rk of this Conn oi or hefore
    ::ist of August, 1964, otherwise com-
    plaint "ill be confessed b> )"oU.
    DATED July 34, 1664.
    F M LEATHERMAN, '
    (seal) By: MAROUERITL MOKFOBD
    Deput) Clerk g .^^
    are no
    .111.-" I -r
    To All Creditors and All Person- t}-<\-
    inK claims or Demands Against saw
    are hereby nntifi*-d ami
    re-
    .Ic-
    ing
    Kwtat-
    V-.ii .........-.
    oitiretl to present any claims and
    uaniL which you may have against I
    the estat- of DAVID atARCUS de-
    ,eas-d late of l.de 0"g^g^ I fcTlatjrllrt5n and Final Oischar^
    IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
    .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 58795-A
    IX RE: Eatate of ...... ,
    ABRAHAM GDISBI RO
    MOTICC OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    notice is hereby given thai i havo
    Final Report
    filed th,
    d: and that "n the
    Florida
    Coun-
    illlltv. Flol-
    Jndges
    mane
    s provi.l-.l lii Section 7:::: 16,
    Statutes. Ill their offices In th
    tv Courthouse in Dad
    i,ln. within Six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this tn
    day of July. K.V. ii
    DR. vi."ri >i: MAR' i >
    CHARLOTTE SAROFF
    As Executor*
    First publication -f this notici on
    the 7th da) of August, 1964.
    I.E..X A EPSTEIN
    Attorney for Estate
    12" Lincoln Bd Miami ,Vg^h;,Jj?i.2g
    tat-
    19th da) of
    tl i lonor-
    August, 1964, will appl) t-
    able County Judges of Dade i ounty,
    Florida, for approval of said r n '";
    p.,rt and for distribution and final
    discharge as Administrator, i t.a, ot
    the estate of th- lllN.W-1 .! -I dece-
    dent -J-ll>- l"dh day of .<
    BARRETT M. ROTHENBERO,
    Administrator C.T.A. Of the E*l ite
    of AliBAllAM OINSBI RO -''-
    307, Blsca) n- Build
    Miami. Florid i
    CAIDIN A ROTBENBERC
    Attorney
    :inr, Itlscayn. Building
    Miami, Florida
    ? ... 7-14
    7 JURT
    rv.

    .ur. 1. Riverside.
    IAN. Mrs. Brandel,
    mi St. Riverside.
    HAL, Mr- Ethel B., 4li, of
    Its I93nd T,i Rlversldie.
    Jennie, 77. "i 135 Michigan
    do d .lid. 2v RlverakW,
    iRTZ, Mrs. Sarah. 60, of UNO
    .h s. died Jul) 26. Cordon.
    OELmtRARI. Joseph. f '' ''"'-
    lins A .-!.. N" > V"i i. '"it>
    Newgniin .
    NAtO, I' nk 1- '.Hi Si dl.-.l
    July i -.mi.- i:.....I.I ii I'-iv
    WEINS'C CK, I'. H. '!. "'
    16066 -ii, i i'c -id'
    8ERMAt\. I..s. : -I Ulan
    .lale^ 'ii"l V K.-i-id-
    GRAUE i vli loa iv "i N- w Y,,lk
    and moth, r of radio com-
    niegti.i i:-u Ora-er. died July M.
    Msfcr- in New York City. River-
    side. .....
    HELLE c' ''' ""
    Ave^ tiled July 36. Services In New
    Tom City. Riverside.
    LAMt>AU. Im Alii-.' 7'.. ..I" I"7,1 'ol-
    lina-Av- s-rvic-- N. Vork City.
    Bhrarsi,:-.
    CE4WON. Sam. i'.i IM 71st St..
    died J.. .'" l:
    HOfFER, Midi... M 47. of l'."Ul NE
    Slet'Ot .11- .1 July -'. Itiversiile.
    LAMfJAC. Mrs. Ma". "f 7-"" '1-
    llnsAv, died .I'll. Services i"
    ChlSSl'. Itivershl-.
    MOMENSTERN, Morris. 7'. of 620
    oth F-t di-ii Jul. -". Riverside.
    GINSBERG, Nail'.,' si. of If-'l En-
    clld A Riv-r- .
    RAPP>, .'. Soph:- of ".--'-' '"oi-
    ling A'.- S, i ... ri N'-w Yi rk.
    Itlver.si.
    blau, Nathan, fii. : \'.<3Ti Marseille
    Dr.,.dled Julv "u. Riverside.
    LIVWOW. San,ii. Miami I'.each.
    died -i n v K en,
    SCUfP>, ll-rinan I. -. ol 230 18th
    St., lyn. I.
    BERKE, .....
    lied J
    IAMOND. vi- \ nder, (.3, of 177:, X.
    Tratjfcu: Dr. Uord
    IN IHt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    NO. 64C 4672
    THE SEW YORK RANK FOR
    SAVINGS, formerly known .,-
    The New York Savings Rank.
    Plaintiff.
    if 1500 Bay Rd.,
    wyman s. ni'i'Si in an
    JENNIE HCI'SoX. bis ife.
    Defendants.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO WMnan s Hudson and Jennie
    Hudson, his vv Ife.
    Residence Cnknoa n
    and if remarried, the unknown
    spouses, if living and If dead, th- un-
    known heirs, devisees.....Ig......S.
    grantees, legatees, llenors, creditors,
    trustee* or other claimants, claiming
    b.. through, un.i.r ,,r againsl the
    above named defendants who may be
    deceased,
    Y,,ii are heruby notified that the
    above captloned action ha- been in-
    stituted againsl you in the Circuit
    Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
    ida In and for I'AUE County to fore-
    close a morUcane utm the following
    described real property ..-m
    I,,i III Block 25 i'lKJ'T ADDITION
    TO CAROL CITY 41ARDBNS nc-
    cordhut t the i'lat thereof, recosd-
    ed ill I'lat Rook 6S at Pae 31 of the
    Public Records of Iude County,
    FtortOa.
    You are re-iuired to file your an-
    swer to plaintiff* complaint with the
    Cl.rk of the aforesaid Court, and
    Serve a copy 'hereof upon plaintiff's
    attorney martin fine, nth Floor.
    Dade Federal Building, Miami :il'.
    l-'loiid.i not later than August 26, !'".!.
    or a Decree Pro Coafi----- v. ill be en-
    tered againsl you.
    DATED: Julv '.'". 1964
    B, R. LBATHKRM VN
    Clerk >f the Clrcu
    (seal) B) I' Cfl'El*AND
    i i, ...
    M \i: II.\ FINK
    Attorne) f"i l'l.
    l nh Kloor ii.i'i- Fedi ral I
    Miami "'7'. Floi I la
    : M- :. v- 7-n
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64 C 4330
    THE NEW YORK RANK FOR
    HA VINOS, formerly known as The
    N.w York BavlngI Rank,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    CHARLES P. BOSCHUNO,
    el IM. el al,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    I'..: Charles B, Va.he and May Vache,
    his wife, Residence Unknown, and ,
    if remarried, their unknown spouses,
    ii living and if dead the unknown
    spouses, heirs, devisees, legatees,
    aaalgaees, grantees, llenors, creditors,
    trustees or other claimants claiming
    bv, through, under or against the
    above named defendants who may be
    deceased, ,
    You are hereby notified that the
    above captloned action ha.- been Insti-
    tuted against you in the circuit court
    of the Judicial Circuit Of Florida In
    and for Dade County to foreclose a
    mortgage upon the follow lug des-
    cribed real property:
    Lot 7 Block 1 KAIIU.AWN MAM HI.
    according to the I'lat thereof re-
    corded in I'lat Book M at Page 12
    l'uhlic Records of Dad. County.
    Florida, together with Hutpolnt
    Range. RBS6, Serial No. 9027.964;
    Hotpoint Refrigerator KA-106 Ser-
    ial No. 166083: Venetian Blinds and
    Hotpoint Washing Machine L.I1-1
    Serial Number 0496S14.
    You are required to file your answer
    to plaintiff's complaint with ihe Clerk
    of the aforesaid Court and serve a
    copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney
    MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor. Dade
    Federal Building. Miami St, Florida,
    not later than August tl, IM4, or a
    Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
    againsl you.
    DATED: July xs.:. 1964,
    E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Hail,- County, Florida
    (seal) B) : MARUCER1TE MORFORD
    lienuiv Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    nib Kloor Dade Fed. ral Bldg
    Miami ;;-. Florida
    7/11, > 7-14-^1
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBME
    No. 4W000-D
    IN RE: Esta'e Ol .....
    RICHARD II. WISENI'.AKI.i:
    '"n'o'tVcE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims oi Demands Againsl Paw
    Cst'ltc
    Tou are hereby notified and re-
    sent any claims and de-
    voii may have against
    the -stale of RICHARD II. WISEN-
    BAKER deceased late of Dad. t'oiii.-
    Fioiida. t,. ih. Count) Judges of
    untv. gnd file the same In
    ml a- provided In Section
    their of-
    quired t,, pi,
    man,Is which
    ty,
    Had
    dupllcal
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 638S8A
    IN RE: Estate ol
    MARY BVRRON
    '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To AH credit.., s and All Per sot Hav-
    ing claims or i'. mind.- Against Su i
    I'-i'ii,
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present an> olaln and de-
    mands which you may h..w- :u.ain-t
    the estate of MARY BARBON de-
    ceased lat.....' I''"'" Coin t) ion,!,.
    t,, the Count) Judges : Dade I oun-
    iiii.i file the same In duplli ate an i
    Kectloti 7:: 16 Florida
    duplicate ami as p..,.,.,-., ,,, .-....--.. ; ,v ,, ,,. ui- soiire '"......- -;-
    7",", h; Florid.. Statutes, iii their or- Brvldod In Section -''' i". Florida
    Noes in the County Courthouse In s,.,,,,,,._ i u,,.,, rri, In thi Coun-
    i.,,l- County. Florlila. within six cni- ,.,.,u,,u>,. \ Dade Count) Flor-
    andar months from the time of the
    nisi publican..n hereof, or the same
    will he barred. ,
    Dated Bl Miami, Florida, this 60th
    da. Of July, \ D. HM',4. .i.v.1.v,.,.1,
    THOMAS en \i:i.i:s \\ i>i.m vki.i.
    and ROBERT W1SENBAKER
    as Co-Executors
    l-'irst publication of this notice on
    the 7th d i) of August, >'"'',.,.
    ARONOVITZ, SILVER .v B4 HER
    Attorney for 'o-Executors
    iii.7 Alnsle) Building
    Miami. Florida f ..,,..
    Ida witiun sis calendar mouths trom
    the time of the first public ttloi her -
    of. or Ih- sain- w ill be bai
    Dated at Miami. Florida 20th
    da. of July, \ i' IM4
    IRVINtl BARRON
    A- E\ CUtO
    First publication of th : on
    the -tih da) of Julv.
    SIMON. HAYS QRCNDJA
    Attorn, ss lor Estate
    101 Ain-ley Building
    Miami. Florida S3162 7/24- >
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63682A
    IN RE: Estate ,,t
    RBNJAM1N I.. I.EVINSON
    Peoeas-d ___.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons liav-
    iiu: Claims or Demand* Against Said
    Estate: .. ,
    Tou are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which voti may have againsl
    ih, estate of Benjamin I- l.-vmson
    deceased late "i Dads County. Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges of Dade
    County, ami file the same In duplicate
    and as provided In Section 7:!".!>>.
    Florida Statutes, in their offices In!'
    th- Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
    ts Florida within six calendar months
    from the :n......I the first publication
    hereof or the same will be bi.....I.
    I ...i, ,1 at Miami. Florida, th 20th
    da) of July, a D. 1964.
    r\ i:i,i N >' LEVINS! >N
    \. Executrix
    First publ itlon of this notice on
    ,1,. >4th I July, 1964
    MYERS, HEIM \N S KAPLAN
    Attorne; I Ivecul i \
    - v\ i
    7/24-31, 8. 7-11
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 63511
    IN" RE: Estate of
    ROBERT CHARLES H I \-
    1 ,as-d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claim, or Demands against Saul
    Eatate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present an) claims ana de-
    mands which you may ha.- against
    the estate of Robert I "harle- Unas de-
    ceased late of l >nd- County, Florida,
    to the Count) Judges ,.f Dad< County,
    and file ill- same in duplicate and as
    provided In Section 7S6JI4, Florid.
    Statutes, in thelt offices In the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In l>nde County, i*lor-
    wlthln sis calendat month* from
    the time of the first publli ..... hart -
    I of,
    the sain- will be bs
    Dated -ii m ami, Florida lb l7tu
    da) "i julv. a.i 1964
    I.i >CIS > KATZ
    I.i il IS HA AH
    As Vim 'i;
    v. pphi ition ol on
    the 24th da) oi Jul)
    MYERS, IIEIMAN fi KA
    attorneys for \dmlnl iratora
    11 a. s VV Isl .-i
    Miami, Plot
    7. ..... 7-14



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